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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 22, 1956
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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."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 22, 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
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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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Tavern-Keeper Shoots I Louis Armstrong I Igiares Warning Ruled Insane For Giving

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TroublesomeCustomer 1 White Girlfriend Ring

i Of Good-Will JS-year-old Jacksonville man .
who refused to accept warning

Irvin' Coleman, 43, of 388 Goodwin Street, told:police that he I from the woman, whom he claims

went in a bar at 385 Elm Street: and while he was drinking he was i London -Gravel-voiced Louis to be his girlfriend when she told PALATKA James Dixon, a .26-year-old, Negro paper mill

ordered to leave by Mrs. Annie Belle Pratt, 52 of 383 Elm Street, "Satchmo"' Armstrong undisputed him not to come to her home end- worker,-was declared insane last week after: it,was reported that he

y r 1 r the keeper of the tavern. But before he could get out the door, however ting of the trumpet, has blown ed up in the Duval Medical Center had offered:. an engagement ring to a white,,girl: with whom he had

Mrs. Pratt allegedly shot him. 113 way into the international political for treatment for gunshot been friendly for many months. '

The story of the incident as it arena and has become a wounds. James Dixon who is married

was related to police by Mrs. diplomatic figure in the cold war. James Moseley, whose addressis and the father of three children,
Pratt was that Coleman :came to News Capsules The 56-year-old trumpeter;who given as 807 Caroline stated to Clara White Mission was found incompetent last

her place and stayed about an flew to London to play a:benefit police that he called his girlfriend Christmas Activities Thursday by board of examiners

hour drinking: ,beerthat, 'someone FULL PARDON performance for, the :Hungarian :Minnie Gordon.married ... ..- ... and_committed to,the State Hospital _
had bought him. He ordered-a GRANTED'LIFERTALLAHASSEE reli e!*1 nf ls1lbetniailed-,asAmerica's woman, and:she-told .biro' not;to ..-. ..... .'. '. bT County Judge:S:"Green oh'
come to her home. Failing to take Mrs.: Eartha M. M. Whlte president '--
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refused Ambas- He employed"the
".trx pack of cfgaretts and to -The State 1 new good-will was formerly
for them. further Pardon sador. the warning,'-he' went anyway. of the Merry Hearts Club, : 'Hudson and
pay The report Board last week granted 4 Pulp Paper Corp..
stated that he pulled out a $10 bill full pardon to Curtis C. Gordon, .After his stirring, performance! This was an occurance of Monday. announces that contributions from :where the girl to whom he gave
and { with the 100- piece Royal Philhar- December 10. the 'public is enabling the Clara .the also
showed it to the lady and Tampan sentenced to life impris- ring worked.
cursed at-her. When he did that, onment in 1914 for the murder of monic Symphony, Sir Laurance Arriving at the home of the White Mission- to spread the usual I A board composed of Dr. C. M.

she got her gun from under the Steve Palakas. : Oliver observed, "if there is any lady friend Moseley is alleged to Christmas cheer to the aged and Knight Mrs. A. J. Ammen and

counter and came back around Another mvan. Walter Bates,I ill-feeling against the United have gone to the rear door and unfortsunate members of the com- I I Dr. J. A. Long, examined Dixon

the counter and shot at Coleman confessed the slaying in 1953 andis States, Louis Armstrong has found the screen door locked. He munity. and found him incompetent suffering -
pulled on the door and it 'cameopen The schedule of Christmas activities -I '
three o;, four: times from a dis- now servinlg a life term for the blown it awaytArmstrong from hallucinations.
,, Minnie ran out the front is as follows:
tance of about five feet away according crime. has played to mil-
door toward 1237 W. 19th Street December 24 .
to where she showed offi- State Atty. James McEwen of lions overseas in recent years. A
: where he caught her. Reports Baskets will be distributed to .
cers they were standing.One Tampa said Gordon was paroled few months ago Princess Margaret -
state that :Minnie was calling in the agzed and sick. Sentence! Imposed
-led the at London's
of the bullets, shattered a before Bates confessed, but be- applause
distress for somebody to stop him. Carolling will be .done at local
approached -
M. During the distress call, Robert hospitals, pails and sick homes, OB Two ParoleesIn
Jazz of the Cole Por-
the end of left ring finger, and him to tell him the good
ti Ray allegedly ran out of 1237 W. directed by Miss Ida Mae Bing-
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?.i s one or more struck victim in left news and fled. He was picked up ter tunes from "High Society,
19th St in his underclothes and ham. The:St. Paul Church.Choir
leg above knee. Mrs. Pratt stated and pailed this year :AS a parole the M-G-M musical in which he Harder Charge
and other .interested will
chased Moseley south on Wilcox groups
that one other person was in the violator but will be released im appears with Bing Crosby, Grace
Street to 2819. Moseley turned participate the singing.. _____ fMARIANNA
place at the time, a woman whose mediately. Kelly and Frank Sinatra. .
last name is Ke1t r. She lives on '. In Africa his trumpet-playing around with hands in air and Rayis December 25 Two men who
reported to have fired two 6:00 a, m.-The annual Christmas convicts
enthusiastic were paroled were givena
thrilled 100,000 listeners -
SpruceS,,number unknown, but SENTENCED TO LIFEr
shots, one striking Moseley in Program will be presented at sentence of life imprisonment
at a concert in the largest
she would try to find her. a SNEADS.SLAYING -
park in Accra on the Gold Coast"Satchmo" upper left leg and in left middle the Duval County Prison. recently in the death of a white
Coleman was carried to Duval ,
Two State Prison
can be in his finger.He 10:00 a. m.-A big Christmas man who ,was beaten and placed
Medical Center by a Hillman- seen
parolees were sentenced to life latest movie which was carried to Duval Medi- "Party will be held at the Mission unconscious on the railroad
"High Society"
Pratt ambulance for treatmentThe
imprisonment last week after con- cal Center by Officers T L. May Building. Mr. Elmore, Superin- tracks. '
the Ritz
incident runs at Theatre starting
occurred Dec.
fessing to the slaying of an elderly. and C. Barton.The wounded man tendent of the Church of Good Marcine Sistrunk and Frank
14. Sgts F. A. Gruberand..JL"B.; Sneads resident:: r;" Sunday,
was treated andreleased.Investigating Shepherd Sunday School, will deliver Smith, of nearby Sands, pleaded
Whittington investigated. John Frank Smith and Marcine the case were the message. guilty to second degree murder

Sistrunk.pleaded'guilty to second Patrolmen T. L. May and C. Bar- 2:00 p. m.-Dinner will be served -; charges. Sentence was given by

Watch degree murder in the death of Woman Stabs NanDnringArgiment ton with Sgts. W. C. Barber and at the Old Folks Home, Mercy i Circuit Judge E. E. Welch. .

1. For a New Series Baxter JHinson. All principals F. Gruber. Hospital Mrs. Florida. Dwight I Smith and Sistrunk were

"lei's Build 1 the case were residents of Sneads. and Mrs Marie Mangram Singleton charged with first degree murderof '
were handed will direct the children's pro- I Baxter Hinson, of Sands last.
For Progress" dQw, by Judge C* E.Welch. 4.
Prisoner Caught gram. Aug.

f &t'argument between a man \

Florida Man Gets Life and woman at 2110 Woodside resulted -
in the man being taken to At-Pearl And Bay Receilly Separated Veterans Urged

Duval Medical Center for treatment .
a r.SY1 of stab wounds in the throat For Insurance Dec. 31
On Conviction: Of Willie Smith 40, of 4052 Atlan- To Apply By
RapeBARTOW caused by a knife in the hands of
the woman. tic Blvd. was picked up at Pearl!

ys Clifford Cunar, 30, of 2110 and Bay Streets last week by Patrolman Yetesans separated fronx active service since September 4, 1956,
a, R. B. Wollitz and
Charles Haynes McDowell 29-year-old Lakeland Woodside was taken to Duval charged will NOT have '120 days in which to apply for 5-year term nonconvertible -
with : : drunkenessand
s Jr ( j4 man, was sentenced Tuesday to life imprisonment fOrth ,.alleged Medical Center for stab woundsin he vagrancy'and was also charged with insurance; they will have ONLY until December 31, 1956.
of white ', Bernard J. Gannon Officer-In-
rape a woman. the throat inflicted by Miss
escaping from the City Prison.
--- McDowell was spared death in Annie Massey Williams. 38, of the Charge, of the Veterans Adminis- !'service since last September 4
-- I I Smith was sentenced to 10 daysat
Joining in the spirit'of Yuletide: the electric chair by an all-male $ same address. the city prison where he became tration at' Jacksonville, Florida who wish to apply for-the insurance -
are members: of the FLORIDA I 12-member jury which found him Royal Terrace, According to information given ill. He was sent to Duval! said the new application deadline on or before December '31

STAR staff shown above who are guilty of rape but recommended to investigating officers by Miss Medical Center in Hillman-Pratt was set by the recently enacted were advised by Mr. Gannon to
) a
,.taking this means of saying a that Circuit Judge D, O. Rogers Schedules" Xmas{ DinnerThe Williams, shet vas in thevatchen, ambulance for treatment Two Servicemen's and Veterans' :.Survivor make sure their applications are .

exercise in The preparing dinner when Clifford Benefits Act (Public Law accompanied by the
;Merry Christmas and, a Happy mercy sentencing. days later he died, according to proper pre-
,Hew, Year to all.of, our ,readers trial was finished in less than two Royal'Terrace Good Neighbors' came in and told her he'was going statements made by police officers; '88J..4th Congress). > mium.
full off. She told him to/wait;: and eat Before this law .:was enacted
wad friends. days. Club will hold its Christmas and guards at the City Pjrisot ? *He further advised eligible veterans -
Many of them are not known to 1 ,_A grand jury indicted MCDow- dinner ,in the home' of Mn and and she would go with him. She Farm. Statements are also enTdi Mr< ',Gannon said eligible veterans to make certain their appli-

oat n4en" because they work be--i ell in ,October, accusing .him ,of Mrs. James,Spicer. 1811, ,West.29th said he cursed her' and when she in Homicide office and the, State t had 12$ days from separationin cations are received by .VA by

hIM the scenes.Therefore, for the attacking, the woman, mother of Street, went into the bedroom Clifford Attorney's office. which to, apply for: the post December 31 or postmarked on.or

purpose of identification they are. six children, ...in a secluded spot The organizationhas as its aims followed her. The reports state that deatn'was service five-year term- nonconvertIble before that date. .
bottom just north of Lakeland on Sept.24. Cliffordallegedly kicked her policy, "
from top to : i
due to natural The investigation
causes. I
the assuming of.civic c responsibility An application received or poSt- '
1. Mrs.Louise Guinvard McDowell denied the charge, contending and when he did she struck him Th.f{' new taw"ends issuance ofthis1nsurancetef '
> in helping the unfortunate and was conducted hY.Sgts'J.M. ; ., I marked on or after January 1,
sub- with knife and to the homeof ective January
Managing Editor'2,141u the woman willingly a ran '
to :assist youngsters; in ,the com- Parker and O. A. JohnsonINFANT establishes 1957 will not be eligible for consideration -
il. 1957 and thereby
AltHue'lUchuc1soD. mitted. Mrs. Clara Massey her mother
: munity, \in wholesome.. recreation 6 : .December 31,1956 the-deadline under the law, Mr.-, .;
Circulation Defense Attorney Edward C. and told her to go and see about '. P I "as -
hobbies. The officers follows Gannon said.
3. c. P. Johnson Flood Bartow, who was appointedto are as Clifford. Mrs. Massey then called FOUND for application, even though less }'

.Hews Reporter his task by,the court after.McDowell 1 : police. Cunar was taken to Duval IN SHOPPING BAG/ : ..v ; l thin '120".days: ,have lapsed since No, medical examination is' required > -?

4. Albert Crawkrd.Phatogra .+ declared he had no moneyto Mr, Hemby, president; Cal Medical Center by a Carter's. ambulance -< ,.J/; separation,Mr. Gannon said:' for this insurance.

: *< er* hire a lawyer; was released Freeman vice president; Mrs. for treatmentThe MIAMI-An eight-pound, fbour Veterans eligible for this insurance Further information and assistance ,

5. Joshua W.:.WffiteBfcHii'mUli ; from the case and said he had,no Freeman financial.secretary;Mrs. investigation was conducted ounce baby'boy,,found fa:thews areithose who were ordered hi filling out'the application

.THIlm plans to file an appeaL'He said he Morris,' recording secretary; Mr. by Patrolmen C.F.Devane and station by a-man waitingMo a into active service for 31 days,or form are available from any VA

l'. Eric O. Sbapcea. would have appealed had McDowell Morris business manager; and, C. E. Ramsey and Sets:W. C.. Bar- bue, is reported "doing fine" at more since June 27. 1950. Contact Representative, Mr. Gan-
Editor and Publisher received a death penalty. Miss Hassle Spicer reporter. ber and F. A."Gruber. Jackson Memorial Hospital; Eligible veterans separated from non said. -

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Pale Tw.' ,:.../: THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday December 22 1956

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: your primary goal as there are

'.--g.-. NEWS signs that the year will place sur-! -IllessifuijiofChrihiias!

prising conquests in'your lap.

.blitlae4 ky The .FforUa Star P.blisbial Ce. 260771371891. _

__ P. 0. Box 561. JackimtYiHt 1, Florid. SAGITTARIUS
,4'" 423 Broad Street, Jecksotriifo' ,, Florida PboM Elfin 4-377 :
Born Nov. 23 thru Dee 21 The Blessing of Christmas belongs to everyone, regardless of

Eric O. Simpto* Utter r' Your pleasures and presents ace, creed or religion for ii signifies all that is good and generous:
'Louis Golajrwd F- ,' J -. ..,.._.,,..,, Ms.ali.l Edger ',-: are likely to be shared by close the spirit of humanity: good will and peace to ALL MEN.
C. Parha lMaso.T.k.,, ;. ___Newt Staff friends as well as by those .who This Christmas1 Blessings should
Alto_ Rkhardsoa_ _. < Cirealallets ;' _
I :@qt. are near and dear to you. You be-especially noted and received incorporate in our hearts thePrayer

'. Member Associated. Neo! Press' : should-be able to accept it as part with great, humbleness of spirit of Saint Francis of Assisi:

} of obligation that is imposed by the fortunate, for there are
.....! 0.. Yeer.;; '$S.9D; Half*Yeor $1M;.Tfenw Meatfcs, Si-.N *', gt for the privilege'of,being in this peop today experiencing Unrestof Lord, make me a channel of Thy
Mailed. T. Ye ..,...,. l..t''h"* lifted States. ***h ;, world. Do not restrain your feel- souTand mind,-and for no rea- peace
Snfcscri0rioas Payable' !.:Adre&ce.. Seal C&ecfcs ., Meaey Orders Te i.? :r-f" ings or initiative, so as not to pre- son at all except the fact that they That where there is hatred I may
vent a heart-warming fulfillmentin possess certain physical characteristics bring love;
'" connection with romance, children that show at a glance that That where there is wrong, I may
[ or creative achievements. they are of a certain lineage; in- bring the spirit of forgiveness;
1 80 99 64 606. nocent children harressed That where there is discord
: are being I'may
Priceless Gift
-; and tormented in their attemptto bring harmony;

CAPRICORNBorn gain an education. For the sim- That where there is error I may
a ple reason that they belong to a bring truth;
Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19
,;-: By.Everett C.,Lertli' _-- certain race, an entire nation of That where there is doubt I may
; Good fortune in form *
one or
people has been forced, through bring'faith
.And when they:were come into therouse"they saw>the another will add to your prestige persecution
religious and political That where there is despair I may
y'oungcl1ild: with Mary his mother, and fell down,,and worshipped and worldly standing, perhapseven
to' give up their homeland; and bring hope;
him:and when they had opened their treasures they at the very start of the week.A .
certain dis-
minority'groups'are That where there are shadows I
presented unto him gilts;, gold, ana.frankincense, and myrrh." secret wish of ambition comes criminated 'against and treated may bring Thy light;
(Matthew 2:11.) to the fore when you accept the
with contempt at every available That where there is sadness I
Gifts from the treasure houses of.kings were laid at the friendship of people. As Jong as opportunity.
.bring joy.
feet of the infant Jesusby men whose hearts rejoiced in the '- .. .-:: it is based on high principles and may
: L: But the Blessing of Christmas Lord grant that I may seek ratherto
privilege of bowing down in reverence before him.'The de the noblest of motives your ambition -
belongs to these people too. God'sgift comfort, than to be com-
vout few took their places alongside the angels of God in is assured.The coming year is of Jesus to a sin-stricken forted;
proclaiming Lord and Saviour. likely to offer
some problems
world, is extended to everyone- To understand than to be under-
i'rankincenseMyrrh.: Fabulous gifts., Priceless g from which will stem unusual opportunities -
the rich the poor: the strong the stood;
gifts-presented by men whose understanding of holy,things td achieve your placein
weak: the blind: the lame: the To love, than to be loved;
brought them across vast desert wastes to deem it an honor 'i. Peace On Earth Goodwill Towards All Men the public eye along with greater sainte the sinner; the while the For, it is by giving that one
financial freedom.
bow in
to His holy presence. The sacrifice, hardship. and self lack: the Jew the Gentile: in receives;
denial experienced in the journey help us 'to appreciatethefaith 7-40-55-13-87-687.
fact to ALL MEN EVERYWHERE It is by self-forgetting that one
of these few who came to worship the Lord of glory. : finds;

But why was Jesus here? Did He come from Heaven's AQUAlUUS'Born Let us this Christmas acceptGod's It is by forgiving that one is

splendour earth's squalor.nere1y'to receive the gifts of the Your Weekly Feb. 19 thru March 20 'gift, arid help others to accept forgiven;
adoring few? Nayl ,He had more noble service than that ,
4 The exciting time when yourown it. Let us spread the spiritof It is by dying that one awakens'
His was also'a journey of giving. Horoscope GuideWHICH year round principle of good will and peace. Let .usg to eternal life.
In,the gospel of John, chapter four, we"read, "If thou "Good will toward men" is shared Amen.
kneweSt the gilt of God.:1h u wouldest have'asked of Him. JOOIW
by most everyone else has at last
.Jesus is the gift of God,to a sin-stricken: world. "For God ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR arrived. It looks as if next of kin, R r V W1C1(1C'C'C1( llCIR.1NiI(1(.
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Men brought Him gold earned at the price of toil and I tokens of affection to lovers and This period will be punctuatedby this time. : :2DELUXE

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sin-barrier by dying on the cross in full punishment for your your mind definitely as y aJ Ra
make your life a memorable one Members of the family, ne'gh-
sins. In Him you can receive the gift of eternal life, for "the for others'as well as for yourselfand bors and children are likely to what your real goals and are.material Acceptthe I William R. ToneyOPTOMETRIST g :
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of God is eternal life Jesus Lord.
gift through Christ our
those closent to you. Get a make your home a place of activity be showeredon
blessings that FLORIDA
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.hitl y..D.c ...., 22, 1956. THlLOUD STAR .
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MRS, .ADA VERDELL NORTON. HONORED :\ ",......" .:J. ,.,
Mn.Ada Verdell Norton was feted with a party on her birthday. a 'f:' fl' "
held In the borne other daughter and son-in-law. Mr. & Mrs. ElwoodL. ,'
J. Banks. g- .. -
Attending the celebration were: Miss Eunice Coker. Miss Estelle ,& : <
Williams, Miss R. M. Thompson. Mrs. Alexander Skinner Mrs. -.--- ,,,
Laura Small. Mrs. A. L Gipson. Miss Essie'Mae Pryor Earmon Dor-
sey. Mrs. Myrtle Jones, Mrs. Carolyn Kendrick, Mrs. Phoebe fields.
AII Mrs. Eui Mae Thomas and Mrs. C. McDade..
Miss Polly Brooks. Mrs. G. Jones. Miss Ethel'Thompson. MissL. ,:, n x

Telfair and Mrs. Sylvia Mungent sent gifts. x .
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The Rose Bud Garden Circle held 'its regular meeting last $
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Wednesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Morris, 1410 West A j

21st Street. ii j '
Mesdames Ella Watts, Minnie Williams and Annie L. Cartwrightwere
hostesses for the affair Y $
A Mrs. Florida Cave instructor at Matthew Gilbert High School "
and chairman of the school Flower Show Committee will lecture
on "Christmas Customs." ., ""'7 -"" .. -- r -
The organization will hold a post-Christmas party January 3, WINNERS DETERMINED The Knights of Friends Social and Baring Club McClean. Mrs. Mary Marshall and Mrs. Man Blackman. .
1957 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willie L. Williams, 1558 West 21st are seen in the above photos at the close of a fund-raising contest staged by the The photo on the right shows, reading from left to right: Mrs. Fred Marshall,
Street organization. Mrs. Queen-Roberts. Mrs. Mildred McMUlian. Mrs. Bessie Parish and Mrs. Ludous I
Th. photo on the right shows, reading from left to right: Mrs. Florence CrawKennedy.
TESTIMONIAL TEA ford. Mrs. Lucile Sermons. Mrs. Mary Kirby. Mrs. Annie Mae WaddelL Mrs. Florence FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS.Jacksonville's .

.Mrs. Clara Coffmon will deliver the address at Central CHE'STestimonial

Tea scheduled to be 'held in the home of Mrs. Myrtle membership cards to all persons I YK KKKKKKKK+[+LKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKrKKKK (KKKKKW[
Bradley 1109 Davis Street. January. 1957 at 3:30 p. m. Elite Fla-Jax Club and discuss plans for the forth-
coming State Convention of the RR AR
TWO SIGNIFICANT SOCIAL EVENTS Sponsors Initial Subscription DanceFor Florida State Business League and 1 1i

Jaxons are anxiously awaiting the Season's two significant social the local organization's obligation A MERRY CHRISTMAS
events-the Fla Jax's annual dance which will be held December 26, to its members and comrraaity.l7 1
in the Duva County Armory and The Les "Frieze Amies Debutante'sBalland the first time in its 26-year history the elite Fla-Jax Club, .-- .
will Inc, is sponsoring a subscription dance.. Proceeds from the dance Itkltlwfoltli7tklo iaAl,ss dalAeaTt7sR i
: Cotillion which be held December 28 In the Two-Spot 'ks
will benefit, the Jacksonville Urban League. R R 1
Ballroom invitational.
: Both affairs arc '
S. The Fla-Jax Club was organized in October. 1930 as a social i .' .
MRS. SIMPSON RECUPERATING club geared, to the promotion of wholesome social activities among n OFF B&ATSpecJafixj'ftg
persons who have an appreciation for the finer things of life. I in -
Mrs. Mary W. Simpson. wife of the Florida Star's editor is re-
eupraiing in her,home after undergoing an operation Iii"BrewsterHospital. The club's calendar calls for I SHOE SHINE DYEING HATS CLEANED A BLOCKED
three social events per year: an III Jerry Nash, Prep.
installation for offi- Business e OR 4 517 BROAD STREET
_ banquet new League 0A .
". ... etsssuuueesn>azuasorI
cers, a summer outing that is
The Y-Teen Committee of the A. L. Lewis Branch YWCA helda limited almost exclusively to club Slates Contest!
members, and a formal dance dur- :aJlJtJtJt JiJa.IIIIJt.JtJtJtJta.: Jta..JtJtJil: Jlt1dlJt
Christmas luncheon last Tuesday in the lounge and dining room.

Mrs. O. H. Bradham, city librarian and member' of the Y-Teen ing the Christmas season. R y ; A .,.. ,'. ,. ., .1.' 2
in the club is limit The executive staff along with '"
Committee gave a demonstration on "Christmas Interiors for the Membership : : : l
Home." ed to business and professional President J. E. Hutchins of the I I MERRY CHRISTMAS :, i
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The -Teen Committee is headed by Mrs. Thomas McGee and is I men who have contributed directly Business League R TO ALLY '.'
composed of the following members: Mrs. Harry Collins Mrs. F. D. and indirectly to civic, religiousand have completed plans for the an- dR Y OUR FRIENDS ". ; .
nual O
Richardson, Mrs. James Lewis, Mrs. Jean C. Downing, Mrs. I. H. social facets of the commu- Christmas School Decoration
Contest. :
Burney, Mrs. O. H. Bradham, Mrs. Charles Brooks, Mrs. James Belle, nity in which they live. Officers 1y ar
Mrs. Cyril.Anderson and Mrs. Ralph Lett and members are as follows: The first three schools selectedfor > Thanks for
C.. Theodore L Redding, president; having the best Yuletide deco- i

Mrs. Louise .Crumady is reportedly doing nicely in her home Charles Simmons, J r., vice presi-, rations on display at noticeable 4 yR I w Your Support III.
after a brief confinement in Brewster Hospital. dent; A. St George Richardson i locations will be given cash prizesin
secretary; I. H/ Burney financial I the order named. FOR THE BEST

MRS. W. E. A. HARRIS AT HOME secretary; Joseph H. Higdon, The verication for selecting the I IN JEWELRY
Mrs. Will Ella Akery Harris is at home again after a short stayin treasurer; E. L. Harris, business winning school as well as the
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Brewster Hospital due to illness. manager, and L. I, Alexander evaluation committee memberswill Rings
be announced later YR w
.- Robert Peppers and J. E. Whit- accordingto Gifts
MISS SPEARS RETURNS tington, trustees. the League's office of public =

"Miss-Barbara Spears, daughter of Mrs. Ethel Spears, 1950 College James H. Argrett, 'Fred Brooks, telations and information service.A a For Men 6V Women EUNICE LOCKETLOCKET'S
Circle & has returned to Jacksonville. after residing for several Palatka; J. D. Brooks, John meeting of the league was' '
scheduled to be held last Wednesday !
years in Newark New Jersey. Broadnax Dr. L. B. Childs, Edward JEWELRY
Mr. and Mrs. IR
.5. at Bubber Ford's Restaurantat ,
.c. Deas, Dr. J. C. Downing, V
MARY McLEOD BETHUNE CIRCLE MEETS H. Engram, Tallahassee; Dr. committee 1 p. m. chairmen The official staff and Hunter H. Satterwhite IEKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK i 720 Davis Street Phone EL 5-1888
Mrs.Magdelins Peters presided over the meeting of the Mary James R.Henderson, Dr. William were askedto .
meet with the president to formulate E a1KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK: 1O-t5.. "
McLeod Beth ne Circle held last Thursday; in the Mary McLeod Higgins, Palatka; Dr. J. A. Long,
Bethune Community Center, 531 W. Beaver Street plans for the League's fall f
Palatka; Henry Maxwell, Palatka; .
Mrs. Ada M. Lee, president emeritus of the organization, gave Dr. William L Redmond, Chester projects.Mrs.
"The Legend of the Christmas Rose" and :Miss Patrica Mendez sanga Satterwhite, Dr. Warren Schell, Gladys C. Vaught, secretary .

solo. Christmas carols were led by Mrs. Jamie Mendez. Willie Smith, Dr. Nelson Spauld- ,- was asked to distribute I ,, : ,
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ing. Doc Taylor, Palatka; Dr. E. "
FAMU COLLEGIANS TO PLAY HERE H. Washington C. L. "Williams, : i : "i r
The annual Holiday Homecoming Dance will be held January Richard A. Wilson, and Henry Pre-Christmas Tea Set look : .:'.

tan the Duval County Armory and'will feature the Florida A. & M. Wright, Palatka. For AfternoonA
dance band. Sunday
University CoUegians..an outstanding
The organization makes contri-
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ill civic projects each year and thisyear's pre-Christmas Tea will be
2 deviation from the norm !held at 1585 Kings Road, Sunday, ;

f Ai marks the first time the group December 23, beginning at 4:00p. : mirror f -
IIIIII has charged, solicited contributions nt, in the home of the presi-
or sought financial aid from dent, Mrs. Ethel Bracy.
2III III anyone other than its members. i Mrs. Alberta Gary Morris is in
charge of the for the today.
program .
The Jacksonville Urban League, event. .
which in a sudden and unprece-

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- .TMINVJAf OF JOYto i A be Duval held County Wednesday Armory.evening in the yC WIII see iL: ,

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_Page Four THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday December 22, 1956

. Local Churches Emphasize True Meaning Of Christmas I

Services Slated At Cbirckes I Damell-Cooknian Band Parents Tea New Mt. Olive Elects FRATERNAL NOTES

Officers For 1957
Green Bay Lodge 190. F&AM
For Chrislmas Day Worshipers
Green Bay Lodge 90 announces
New Mt. Olive Baptist Church
officers elected to serve the or-
elected officers for 1957 recently,
ganization during 1957. The new
ST. PHILIPS EPISCOPAL CHURCH and announces results of the elec-
officers follows
are as :
Christmas will be heralded in at St. Philips Episcopal Church tion as follows:
Ben T. McCall, WM; Homer
with Christmas Eve midnight service beginning at 11:30 p. m. Holy _, -_ Oneal Roberts, chairman of deacon Johnson, SW; Gus Hodges, JW;
Communion will be administered during the service and Christmas V. Ulysses Callahan, SD Lee Haw-
board; Jerry Lang, chairmanof ;
_ Carols will be sung. kins, JD Johnny Jackson, treas-
2't trustee board; Jessie Davis, ;
Father Harris is requesting all members to be present and join ,
'; : president of choir; Mrs. Annie urer; J. S. Coppock .secretary;
this Christmas Eve at 11:30 m. singing "0 Come let us ". .. c. : i
p. Butler, marshall Law-
:., :? McCoy, president of- deaconess George ;
adore Him. Christ the Lord. f ,. :; : board; Mrs.Mattie Johnson, presi- rence Jones, SS; Harry Lovette
DAY SPRING BAPTIST t > JS and Cheeseburg, sick
dent of Choir No.2; Mrs. Ophelia ;
CHURCH pate in the service. I Corbin, of Usher Board committee.
Baptist Church will T president .
Day Spring BAPTIST : :
EMANUEL 1 No. 1; and Mrs. Zennie Johnson
hold its traditional sunrise service .
CHURCHThe Lady M. L. JoyceTo
i 1 president of Usher Board No. 2.
December 25, beginning at 5 a.m. ; $
Rev. Mr. S. L. Badger, pas- Make Official Visit
A _special part of the service tor Emanuel Baptist Church, -1' Fletcher Story, superintendentof Heroines of Jericho St. Johns
will be the "Christian Christmas announces sunrise services to be Sunday School; James Sim- Lodge No. 144, Paul Lawrence

Parade,"*where participants will held at the church Christmas l... : :2 mons, treasurer; James Webb, Dunbar, No. 175 will meet Thurs-
carry lighted candles and will morning, beginning at 6 o'clock. ::1-< > : d' financial secretary; Mrs. Ophelia day, Dec. 20, at the Castle Hall

portray the Manger scene. Music Choirs I, 2 and 3 will furnish ;Sm : w e. Corbin, clerk; James Felton, treas- corner Broad and Union Streets.
will be furnished by senior choirsof music ,and usher boards 1 and 2 : ?'- -. ";i t urer of trustee board; Mrs. Hattie The most grand ancient matron,

the church and Usher Board will serve. : ..... u__. _. ..__ Johnson, president of Pulpit Aid Lady M. L. Joyce of Daytona
No. 2 will serve. The pastor Rev.C Board Mrs.M. L. Story, presidentof
The pastor will deliver the sera PRINCIPAL FIGURES Key persons connected with the Band Parents Calendar Tea held in Beach, will make her official
will deliver the Pastor's Aid Board James Simmons
;A Weaver, ; the courts at this time.
sermon. mon.ST.. the Damell-Cookman School auditorium recently are seen in the above photo. Reading from left to leader of District No.1; The most ancient matron Dora

Watch Night services will beheld MATTHEW CHURCH BAPTIST right are: J. H. Belderu band director; Mrs. JImmie E. Davis president of the Band Parents Club; Mrs. James Webb, leader of DistrictNo. Linnon will preside over the

December 31, and during the Christmas 'services at St Mat- I Rhunette Freeman: Mrs. Frances Rouhlac; and Maurice Barnett Sr. Principal of Darnell-Cookman 2; Brice Grant, leader of District meeting and announces that all
service baptismal certificates will No. 3 Isaac Odom, leader of
i ;
thew Baptist are scheduled for SchooL (More pictures on Page 5.) members are to wear uniforms.Q
be' given to members baptized i 5:30 o'clock Christmas morning.All District No. 4; Mrs. M. L. Story, Refreshments will be served.
during the year. I sexton; and Mrs. Edna Hall, president -
choirs and usher boards of the .
._c% EVERGREEN CHURCH BAPTIST I' church will be on duty. Juniors III Final Special Services Choir Presents of the BYPU. A. q

Christmas service will be held A Al
in?Evergreen Baptist Church on' CHURCH Heeling For Year Al Christmas Fete Meeting ContinuesAt A.. VA

Christmas morning. Choirs 1 and i Candlelight services will beginat Beihel Baptist R <, ) J
2Jwill; furnish music and will' 5:30 'a. m. Christmas morningat Orange GroveThe ; IIi
supervise the 'song service. Antioch Baptist Church. The Rev. R. L. Jones, pastor of Broadcasts CancelledThe A Christmas Musicale was ren- v1CA 'J
"SWEETFIELD BAPTIST The pastor, the Rev. Mr. J. J. Central Baptist Church, will deliver dered by the Westminister Choirof first anniversary observance i I
CHURCH Jones announced that Choirs and a special message to the Jun- Rev. Mr. Robert H. Wilsonof the Laura Street Presbyterian of Orange Grove Baptist VK
Usher Boards 1 and 2 will serve ior Church at the 11 a. m. service Bethel Baptist Church, an- .
Candlelight service will be held Church last Thursday in the audi- Church and its pastor, the Rev. J. It
Church during the special service. Sunday in the final service to be nounces services for Sunday, Dec. torium. S. You're Tried the Rest !
attSweetfield Baptist on Sanders began Wednesday
Com On Bock to the Best
23, as follows: ;
MT. ZION. MT. conducted by the juniors for the
Christmas morning, beginning at] JERUSALEM. The program included selectionsby night Dec. 12, and will continue
5 o'clock. I PLEASANT AND BETHEL year. The regular morning worship choirs and individual artists of through Sunday. i The Old Reliable !
The regular Christmas program' BAPTIST CHURCHES Christmas songs and carols will service begins at 11 a. m. with the the city. The featured numberswere
win be presented in the church Early mass will be held in Mt be sung at 4:30: p. m.. under the pastor delivering the sermon. presented by the choir. The observance got under way i BILL'SBARBQUE' !
direction of Mrs. G. W. Tucker with the Rev. H. H. Robinson end
auditorium the following day, December Zion Baptist Church, Southside, Baptismal services begin at 7:30p. The program consisted of such Iti
26, beginning at 8:00: p. m., Christmas morning, through the and A. M. Brinkley. Officers will m.and will be followed by a numbers as: "Now Let Every Ton congregation of ML Sinai Baptist
ABYSSINIA BAPTIST combined efforts of .Jerusalem, be elected in the final meeting of! Christmas Candlelight Musical. gue Adore Thee," "0 Holy Night," Church in charge of the service.He i !!

:. CHURCH Mt. Zion. Mt. Pleasant and Bethel the Districts Union Sunday after The pastor announced his regret "I Know That My Redeemer was followed by the Rev. J. W. Rx i 805 Jefferson Street I
Jones, and the .
Thursday night
Christmas 'service will be held Baptist Churches.The noon. over the necessary cancellation of Liveth," and many other Christmas i R. BAR
Church Rev. Mr. Charles Crosby, Sunday School will begin at Carols. Rev. J. W. Marshall, Friday. -4UE
at Abyssinia Baptist early scheduled Christmas broadcastsover CHOICE OF COLD BEVERAGES
Christmas morning, beginning''at pastor of Mt. Pleasant, will deliver 9:30 a. m. with Mrs. E. M. John-' a local radio network caused Invitations were sent out to The meeting will close Sunday, i I

6 .o'clock. All choirs and usher the_sermon. son in charge. The evening service by technical difficulties. Bethel Baptist, New Bethel AME' Dec. 23, with the Rev. G. W. Mil Bill Graham, OwnerIrKKKKKKXKlKKKKKKKKKKKKK
boards of the church will partici.'It SHILOH METROPOLITAN will begin at 7.The pastor will' and other churches who responded ler in charge. II(
CHURCHThe deliver the evening message. :
BAPTIST wholeheartedly. The soloists
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Rev. Mr. A. B. Coleman Early morning servicewill Services And OfficersFor were Mrs. R. H. Wilson, W. K.
: pastor of Shiloh Metropolitan begin at 6 o'clock, at which time Harper and Miss Lorita Darby.

1- i Baptist Church announces that all choirs and ushers will serve. New Bethel AMEThe Samuel O.:Pearson, served as narrator RITZ THEATRE

1c. the church will hold its traditional for the programCandlelight

Candlelight Service Christmas St. John Baptist pastor and congregation of Everyone at the Ritz Wishes
W morning, beginning at 5:30 a. m. New Bethel AME Church will
lit II The pastor will deliver a special ServicesThe worship at the Church of God In ServicesAt Everyone a Very Merry Xmas !
trY Christmas and all choirsof Worship
w. message Christ Sunday evening, December Macedonia
SEASONS I: the church will participate in i 23. BaptistChoir COME SEE OUR MERRY XMAS PROGRAMLOUIS

I furnishing music for the occasion. regular Sunday morning,I Immediately following the
No. 2 of Macedonia "SATCHMO" ARMSTRONGIN
services are scheduled to begin at morning worship service, Steward tist -
!If'I Learn Commercial Art 9:30 o'clock in St. John Baptist. Board No. 1 will hold a meeting Church has scheduled a can-
from dlelight program Sunday eve-
with the vice chairman, J. T.
Church December 23, with the
Start AaytfaM ning, Dec. 23, at 6:30 o'clock.
Health and e i APPKOYIO Sunday School assembly. Bailey. WITH -
G. I.
Pilgrim All members are to bring can- FRANK SINATRA & HER HIGHNESS
Officers for the Trustee Board
The deacons of Jthe church will
I Life Insurance Co. i'' AMERICAN conduct consecration service, for 1957 were elected recently dles. .- GRACE PRINCESS OF MONACO "

.. SCHOOL OF ART which begins at 10:45: a. m. with the following results: -Also-
526 Broad Street e Moved T. New Ucott- The Rev. Mr. Hughes will deliver Mrs. AL L. Cooper, vice chair- YourEditorial READ WILD BILL ELLIOTT

A. V. HARPER. ManaigerI 106 EAST 24 BAY Flew STREET the sermon and Choir and man; Dexter Brown, secretary; "VENGENANCE OF THE WEST"COMPARE
)e M: Usher Board No. 2 will participatein and Ellie Brown chaplain. Page
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be host to the Ministers and Dea-
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I y, was the election of officers Persons selected to lead devo- M'g -
11 FRIENDS y: for the current school year and tions during the session are S. A. 1v
:: the singing of Christmas carols. Thomas and others to be chosenat ; I r
,, with MrsM.. E. Johnson at the the beginning of the meeting.
\ ANDPATR.ONS !t, piano. Gifts were presented to Officers will be elected during the- ;; 1- a i
: Mrs. Thomas for faithful service business session. 1I
:: rendered to the group and.to Mrs. Devotions will be led by Mrs.
L George-Cracket as a token of her Mattie Adams and Mrs. Retha I
: faithful service to the P-TA andy Brown at 7:30 p. m. Dec. 27. The ; AR I
Y. : in having her 50th wedding anni- Bible Exposition will be conducted 16 Laura Street
.HAVERTY FURNITURE CO. : versary celebration. by Mrs. R. L. Wilson. Usher
< I The elected officers are: Mrs.] Board 2 and Choir 2 of West K ICIIC. __,C'CIC1C'CC- It.tICItIl(1ClICt(1ClCIIC.ItIC'I'ICIIC1CIC1C
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retary; Mrs. Mung treasurer; Scott preaching the sermon his ;
lw Mrs. Richardson, !
_ chaplain and --
V alternate will be the Rev. Joseph- j AC
Mrs. L. B. advisor.
us King. The choir and ushers of I

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The Sunday services will begin I'I'i

: I Iy the with District Sunday School Superintendent at 9:30: with in wW i for

charge.The Rev. W M.Smith will I I
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10 W charge at 3 p. m. when the Junior
manu.et Jap \ootn yUI, y w choirs will present a program of i i \ 3717 Talleyrand Avenue
w Christmas music A panel discussion I

612 WEST ASHLEY MONARCH "The will Meaning be held of Christmas.from the "topic The \ I Phone .EL 5-6567

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Pcgt .Six THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday, December 22, 1956


Dr;-Charles H. Parent and one-half excellent years:service ago.to has the rendered hospital MEDICAL CLINIC SET FAMU Publication Cookman Band Parents .R > ... .V

Ends Resident Period and in the community. Hiscoworkers AT .FLORIDA A&MU Names Editorial Staff Fete Brewster ChildrenThe R 2 :. Y:!

,at Brewster expressedthe
At Brewster HospitalBrewster deep appreciation for his FEBRUARY 12 14TALLAHASSEE A : '\ yc1s
TALLAHASSEE The December Band Parents of Darnell- 2 v \
and devotion to
ready response YCt
: issue of The Famuan student Cookman led the Christmas wI

Hospital's medical. medical service. Dr. Jack !publication of Florida A and M March to Brewster last week.Two : .. \ i :

staff and.employees paid tributeto Dr. L. B. Childs, Dr. O. W. Mc- White, assistant professor of. surrgery University, which consists of 12 horses (rocking horses) in the 'I. 1 I t> !YA
Intosh, Dr. W. W. Schell Dr. L E. L .\ J' tI
and director of the
Dr. Charles H.Parent Resident pages, is t>believed to be the largest march were led up to the child- i \. !V
Physician at Brewster Hospitallast Williams Dr. N. W. Spaulding teaching project at the Howard edition published by the student ren's floor and left for the enjoyment -j A A i !K
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Thursday on the completion and the hospital administrator. University college of medicine editors during recent years. of convalescent tots able I 2 '- =

of his resident period. Jack Whittington, joined the Washington, D. CL, will serve as a Members of the staff are-Gonzales to leave 'their beds. These gifts 'A I .

+The young physician who came members of the nursing staff and consultant at the 28th annual Johnson ,'.., editor-in-chief; will be a source of much happi- I= ?k4 It may not La possible for us to see I

to Jacksonville from Canada two other employees in extending meeting and the 31st annual clinic Davidson Hep urn'associate editor -i ness until they are able to return 2 700 all personally I daring the holiday I
4 wishes to Dr. Parent.Dr. .
good of the Florida A and M Univer-
> > W Parent took the oath of citizenship Clinical Association Feb- ; Anita Lockett' ;"general secretary -i home. 2 season so here our wish to all for I
!fOur sity Betty J. Udell, editor;: Mrs. Jimmie Davis Presidentof
; copy 2 !
in the United. States last .
1214. tie most joyous Christmas tret
Warm I ruary Arnette Green, managing editor; the Band Parents at Darnell- ;
Friday at 9:00( a. m. Dr. White who earned the AA -"''.---y
John Alexander circulation Cookman and the members of the
bachelor's degree at A and M, is i SPEARS BROTHERS FURNITURE .CO.i' BX
GreetingsBARNES i iif >> oA manager; Eldrpd Waters and organization who came with her
A also associate and direc-
_ if surgeon Helen Wilson, news editors; Doro- assisted by Mr. Bolden, Band Director 2 R 325 Broad Street
A It tor of cancer service at Freedman's !
,.. !f thy Bendross feature editor; Mor- worked with the band 2 Phone EL 5-4641
Hospital in Washington. He
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received the M. D. degree at How-
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i ard.The Francena Bruton, Lorenzo Collins price of the rocking horses xxxauxxxxxxxraxax> xxxmuaoxsxxzxrlxxxxxax X
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held residences and fellowships at
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Thompson, reporters;Betty Evans, to the delight of the young !fI
Marine Hospital, Boston, and Memorial ( !f
1' !fi Lois Jones and Lois Poole, typists patients by placing a record player !f
Center for Cancer and
and Janet Preston chief copy in the Pediatric !f
i LOUIS RIZK I Ii Allied Disease in New York. He Departmentfor !tI f
R y reader. their enjoyment.The "
lit!f i FOOD MARKET has authored! 11 papers on various The paper gave a comprehensive =
lit subjects including "Abdominaland of the 24th annual' spirit of sharing expressedby R xA
!!f f I 1402 Davis Street II Facial Trauma" "Cancer of coverage Blossom Classic. the young people of Darnell- :

i and : the Tongue," and "Cancer of the Orange Cookman gives much inspirationto X }tI It

1 Ail the Staff Breast." the hospital staff. The Admin- '.
E i Dr. White is a fellow in the Of EventsAt istration stated that the parentsand utttnt i
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lit American College of Sqrgeons, faculty of DarnellCookmanare r
JAMES GENWRIGHT y diplomate of the American Boardof Jerusalem to be congratulated for this 5
i y BaptistThe X For all these years them ost appropriate J
Manager effort /
FLORIST x Surgery member- the New grand to encourage boys X ;

tI York Academy of Science American and girls to put into action their ..a.-- ,greeting: of all. When we say*M'rr/ J
105 E. 8th Street I | LOUIS : Rev. Mr.Sol Cooper pastorof
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concern for the sick and the afflicted
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Phone EL 3-3401 OwnerSHERWINWILLIAMS : Jerusalem Baptist Church an-
i president of the Medical Chirurgical many who are born at ''X* :- tI
r.1 nounces services for; Sunday Dec. of ill true meaning.David .
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Sunday School a. m.
., w Covenant Meeting at 11 a. m. X Concrete Products i
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I. J I CLEVELAND-Johnny Saxton, will serve throughout the day. X X !f

p t,, who lost his welterweight crownto X X Phone EL 6-2519 =
Carmen Basilio in Syracuse N. X v
2' e -' KA Y. last Sept. 12, will have an Fourth Sunday ProgramAt Services for Sunday at First X !f.
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portunity to regain it on Jan. 18, .
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tI I when Basilio defends his* cham- "
tI Sunday School begins at 9:30a. :

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December 23, beginning at 5:30p. Evening worship service begins A VK!
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I i: A FRIEND j i iIII church. W. B. FLEMING DR. L. B. CHILDS If!

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December 22 1956 THE FLORIDA STAR Page Sere/.

1Laundry Workers'Union- #eState Of Florida I.*

Ciiiraci Between Laindry Union, Simpson Methodist I II I I Miami's L. L. Brooks Makes Presentation I ** d

Ep1syersExeculed Las! Monday Youths PerformThe I "'. **

young people of Simpson *
CHICAGO Illinois A five-year labor contract became effec- i i -
Methodist Church will present a *
tive December 17 between the Laundry & Cleaners Board of Trade
Christmas Candlelight Service in
140-member group of plant owners of Greater Miami and Local 222 ( *
the church Sunday December 23,
AFL-CIO Laundry Workers' International, 4,000-member union Flor
ida's larecst. entitled, "Christ The Hope of the *
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World. The programs begins at
Announcement of the contractwas
7 in the church, located "
p. m. on
made jointly by E. L. Aber- ed as the main reason for reaching corner t;'. '
the of Kings Road and : -
crombie Laundry Workers' Inter satisfactory terms during the long Cleveland Street \. 3 tihl" -.. /Wea&ZtotUc
national Union Vice President; period of negotiations precedingthe _
Henry Cove president of the em- signing of the contract. The Youth Choir swill partici- ;
ployers group and Vogue Laundry The contract calls for progres- pate and lead in the singing of r

& Cleaners Miami "Beach; and sively increasing worker benefits Christmas Carols. Joseph A. Rubenstein Laundry & ranging from $2.40 to more than ;
The Rev. Mr. S. S.
Board executive $12.00 week the five Robinson 3.
Cleaners of Trade per during y y y o
Jr., pastor will deliver the medi-
director and labor relations year period. Improved working r
counselor. conditions overtime pay privileges -: tation. *
A Up of Ute Pepsi Cap to
"This agreement raises the provision for arbitrationand I Mrs. Ruby Wilson and Mrs. xn s. a the M outstanding young
standards of the $80 million industry grievance procedure as well: Beulah Califf, youth directors ** Americans who make oar

here and immensely bene- as four paid holidays and 1 to 2 i will supervise the service and a country Better place And In our which community to U..."
fits the public" Cove said. He weeks vacation and four hours reporting -i Mrs. Wilhelmina McIntosh will *

pointed out the area will feel the pay are included in the direct"Vnusic for the occasion.ees .
impact of greater spending since agreement-Rubenstein said it was! N \afC * *

workers will receive a total of the first industry-wide pact em-
more than $5 million in additionalpay bracing the area's linen suppliers receive an acrosstheboardhike *

during the next five years. industrial and commercial laundries of five cents an hour with y *

Experience of Rubenstein who retail and wholesale dry minimum some worker's cases J *

has negotiated such industry cleaners and all employees in- being raised 25 cents hourly to RATTLERS COACH HONORED A. S. -Jake" Gaither, right. Coach of Honda A&M Raiilers. .

agreements for about 15 years cluding engineers drivers and establish new standard basic pay registers an expression of sincere appreciation as he accepts the Bended Collection Agency award for *

and that of Abercrombie is credit- production workers. All employ- scales. outstanding achievement in the field of sports at the Orange Blossom Classic half-time show. The *

sward was presented by L. L. Brooks left owner af the Miami firm.

Officers Elected Golfers GuildThe M. McCoy Edward Munroe Sam- *
P By uel Munroe Joseph Pauline Sr., *

Feed rAmerica's baby'.CARNATION James Redding William Earl Reid 1 _

annual election of officersof .Melvin C. Copeland S. C. Dorsey Leon Richardson Staff Sergeant *

the Jacksonville Amateur Golfers Cornell Dunlap Charles H. Green Jettie Rivers U.S.M.C.; David ..', I *
Guild was held recently in 'James H. Hammonds, Julius Hen- Sargeant William Shellman Otis :. <<' 4

.\ the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. derson Sr., Oscar I. Hillman Speights Eddie Lee Smith Mel- ZETA GIBSON *
:. Jenkins on Davis Street James Halmes, P. J. Jenkins Al vin-Ward, Herbert Wihgate Felix James Weldon Johnson *

.. 'lop \ The following were elected for C: Joyner.. George McClellan T. White, and Willie C. MitchelL Junior High School
the 1957 term: Elwood (Homie) Pepsi-Cola week dealers are *
happy this to salutecharming
?iAli 7tlaltfoAA]( ?i7a)7slakAA k7aaAAA ie>t1 1](7A7o71AAllola( ](7t) ,
Banks, a Charter member and one M oVR Zeta Gibson *
member of the 6-11 home
of the founders of the group was i !I room. Her extracurricular
.. '-- ., reelected president for the ninth -- i. .. w activities in include the Student membership *

straight year; Joseph Pauline Sr. r : IR band.Council and marching .*

was reelected vice president for 'jnsR
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"healthy baby" milk !
t the tenth year; Willie C. White ; W
financial secretary; Samuel Mun- 1 I ** *
4 roe recording secretary; P.J. li 4 w .
Jenkins assistant recording secretary R 3 =
: ; Oscar I. Hillman treasurer; "" yy *

A 3 0 Melvin Copelin business man- *
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ager; Felix White chaplain.The I TO OUR !y xy .
$1 N 5 'W RiLt roster for 1957 ''lists the W *
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names of Elwood L. J. Banks, *
James Burns, Willie C. Coles FRIENDS AND !
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GREENWOOD LAKE N. Y.- Ji R ISADORE SINGlETON Owner y= Matthew High W.School Gilbert
Middleweight champion Sugar R O. J. WALKER,General Manager Y
Catherine is
fray Robinson has returned to No. 1 = O. J. Walker Manager y student at Matthew W.
No. 2 Elijah Wells, Manager and Larry Edwards VR Gilbert and an important
training in preparation for his member of the school Glee
No. 3 Jimmy Forsyth, Manager and Toby Williams J
title fight against Gene Fullmer Club. She is active in social -
M No.- 4 Jasper Curtis, Manager and Edith Showers !vK and civic projects]
January 2.Observers. W"I both at school and at
YK CrL ICKrCrCrLaLrC'L! IIIcIIIICII(1(1I1(1(1(1(1(1CI(1IBeauliful home. She is also a member -1
Robinsongo *
watching of the Junior choir 01
two rounds against Gene Johnof her church.
a 4Ys i New Yolk and another two
d with Abdul Ali agreed that he Gardens * *

; : had regained much of his old time Magnolia *

: # / form. WinnerOf National Real Estate Award
j 4it t f: Robinson has not shown any *

signs of his recent illness that For Finest Negro Housing *
:" caused the postponment of the
Ixk first scheduled bout. Apparentlyhe CXJ -
r will be in good shape for the *
Fullmer bout on the 2nd of Jan-
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DsbQnhH&wklnsUtt9RockAfk.lawlnnern? th* Carnation Hometown Healthy B'aby Contest I !!I Per Month Marilyn A special Madry.tribute honor goes student to- M*
GREETINGS I and member of the ;
9-6 homeroom. She is vice .*
MY DOCtOR RKOMMENOH) IT/, say 8 bottle. The most nourishing and fiR $49.00 and up a president member of of her the class band the I t.
Student Council and the
out ,of 10 mothers who feed their digestible.Those first few months on LENAPE BAR and !\ VA & FHA Financing Library Club. I,*

babies a Carnation formula. Your formula are so important..be sure !

own doctor knows Carnation,too.It's you start your baby out right, on R i. PACKAGE STORE | Two & Three Bedrooms Concrete * *

the safest. form of mik for baby's America's "healthy baby" milk! 'j _-----

; ;-_.. .' -- .- -- I 644 W. Ashley StreetY Block & Brick Tile Bathroom Congratulations from Pepsi

2"o sk Cola to these three! M.rito
-- +--d --' .- ". .-- ;;... CIC C..CCIICIC1CI Award winners;

i : S BEST BRAND FOR, illllplUtlAAr1M7l1UslalllalUilApUrlrR I VR Own Your Own Dream House Payments 'i I selataMaas Listen to Pepsi on. Merit Pepsi Award Cola

Actually Less Than You Pay in Rent TEEN-TIME. V/RHC, 1400
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1. Sanitary Sewage System
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( "" !W It 2. County Approved Paved Roads *

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i atatFt1w3 Carnation EVAPORATE: rR w 4. School and City Buses E /

N gives yon smooth results every wi 5. Carports with Concrete Driveways

time..ia every recips that J wtasw i Merry !> 6. Ample Kitchen Cabinets and *
caDI! for JI1IIk.
L s _'_ wi Closet Space. .

CUAMT.aJCHCamatiOD i Christmas i
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; to perfection.Carnation w
-.' is the rich milk tlxat whips, IWOUJII J COME OUT NOW TO

too!Get several cans today! s,,,,.M I IL IC i MOM'S KITCHEN I
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'. .' ."t .'... '.' THfLORDA STAK Saturday December 22,.1956


-:", News Of Interest From All Sections Of Beautiful Florida

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"WOMAN OF THE YEAR FAMU Press WorkshopSet .
Piilnam News I Season's Greetings =

County ..; _____. ____..__.... __... *......... .. U__ m..m U",__dU-''_ '' __ _.u_u._. _.___ Feb. Ir
For 28 Mar. 2 I To My R SECRET

? x I Patients and Friends R of a great drink
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Florida A and M\ University inter-
IH.Na&oA. SfrMt. PtlinVt. Florida., HR NO UQUOI tAStliiJi
scholastic workshop, whichis
press .115
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scheduled for February 28- Ii IiE ".- 2 ZIJe.D2l8k9ltidjt5Mut
March will extend a w ji
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Peace on earth and good trill towai-1: men." three-day period according to :
; y Charles J. Smith, IIIH workshop w II

Last week we invited Mrs. Winifred Williams, secretary of Cen- .' ,:. tp founder-director. Previous work- w P'R

tral Academy Elementary School to be our movie guest. Her hUSband shops have been limited to two I

teaches tailoring In the high schoOL Our mutual friends in days. IfW :

Jacksonville are Mrs. Gladys,Lott and. 'husband.. Mrs. Williams was N k The additional day will allow I DR. H. A. SPEARING
very grateful for the invitation. time for both and
__ more theory I -8.s.. ,D.C., N.D.PHYSICIAN.- 2
This week the invitation is extended "
4 'cr4A practice in journalism practices
Alonzo Walker -
Roberta Walker Mr. I R
to a very fine lady who Smith said. The decision for the
: and, Wit _
Mrs. Helen Woods 823 Davis Street *
lives a short distance from me. fine additional day was made in lightof = R
Bernice L. Woods. .A very d.
She looks forward to seeing the 1 a recommendation by work- I Phone EL 4-1753 *
trip was reported by the group.
Florida Star on her,front porch shop participants, advisers and KKKK't' KKKKK'Jl1AxaH .

every Saturday morning... She Is _:4 consultants who attended the
Henderson ac-
Miss Josephine sy AAIh. ]
music supervisor to a large num- held in 3AAJlITtA91Io,7tY
companied by her niece Miss Myr- sixth annual workshop

ber of young people Her husbandis tis Henderson arrived in Palatka March of this year.Atlantic i, i
a retired Government employee.For Greetings And
last Saturday from New Yorfc '
a long time she drove a Ford. R ww
City. Myrtis is the daughter of
Best'ishes! VR
but she drives a Buick. Her Beach .
now Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Henderson.Miss VR .
husband still drives the Ford most I
J. Henderson spent a few w
of the time. I am sure she knows Friendship Baptist Church t
days at her residence i in Orlandoand I 2 ,, Iw t t
ibis is meant for hi,. I would like Palatka last ; Choir and Usher Board No. 1 of R I----- I
returned to a u R .- IW .111 I Ir
for her to take'her husband. along Thursday to spend the Christmas r I Friendship Baptist Church will go R : A:?- I

to the movies. with her nephew and his wife, S_ : / to Mt. Pisgah AME Church Sun- \ r

and Mrs. Joe Green, and her I day, December 23, to attend the R't VV if .r.w -- w.---

The many friends of Mrs. Occie brothers. Fellowship Hour service. R t ww 3

Here will learn with regret that The regular Christmas program .. 11 w

she is ill at her home 622 Madison Mrs. Corene Ellis and Mrs. Flo- .I tIIii will be presented at the church RR ww I i
Street. sie Belton made business trip to Sundaysevening, beginning at 8 t r i PR S
a RECEIVES CITATION MM. Temple W. Ford, president of yR .

Jacksonville Monday.Mrs. the American Legion Auxiliary Tallahassee Florida was selected o'clock. a 'a VR
Several people of the &./ ; 1 J JJI
"Woman Of The Yearby the Auxiliary and Post 205. and is seen VT -
Advenist Church attended the Hannah Brewton returnedlast 2 I
held in Bethel
Christian and civic at
recalling the plaque a ceremony Lone Star R
Federaticd at Ocala last from West'Palm Beach 11
Youth week
Baptist Church. Mis. George -W. Gore made-the presentation and a 2
Sunday.Those who attended were after a pleasant visit with V .
very reception was held afterwards. sponsored by the Auxiliary and Post i t Baal l aw. .as *
Elder and Mrs. E. S. Sumpion. her relatives. "

Mrs. Bernice Johnson Mrs. Mattie 205. SET FOR SUNDAY SUNSHINE STORE

Walker. Mrs. Irene Johnson. Miss' Mrs.'Beatrice Haynes of Akron. Worship services at 'Mt. Zion i .. i

Ohio. left last Sunday for Jacksonville FAMU Students Get FAMU Dean Attends Methodist Church, Lone Star, will R Y
I be preceded by early morningmass 2 1790 Davis at 8th =
after a very pleasantvisit
80 and 100 Proof. Made
LEARN TO DRIVE in Palatka with her broth. Soft Drink VarietyTALLAHASSEE Convention In Texas Sunday, December 23. 2 =, from Grain by LRelsky&Cle,

The Qekketfr ?lee betel and siiler-in-law. Rev. and, Mrs.: Sunday School begins at 9:30a. 0 YKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK W Cockeysville, Md., U.S.A.

Wey Te Lean Albert Gaines. She was the houseguest H. R. Part TALLAHASSEE-Dr.,IL Man- m. with IL T. White in charge.

of Mrs. L Williams. Mrs.' ridge director of food services,. ning Efferson dean of administration The pastor, the Rev. Mr. Daniel ..

AJAXDRIV.ING Hayne* visited her aunt in Daytona Florida A and M University wentto at Florida A and M is attend- Singleton will deliver the pre- -

SCHOOL Beach last week. and also Washington D. C. recently to ing the 23rd annual convention of Christmas sermon at 11 o'clock.

CALL EL 4-0639 visited Paradise'Park.Sunday be try to find a new method of mak-. the association of Colleges and Choir No. 1 will furnish music I 1i i MERRY.CHRISTMAS.

fore leaving for Jacksonville. She ing punch. Universities which is in session in vIl -
zaalASau3ax3 3a:3o3 >>m3o14a
G.Grge; P.ereaa is visiting her cousin, Mr. and Dallas. '
Mr. Partridge found a new way tt
1134 W> 5th StreetV1ll" Mrs. Joseph Hutchinson of. .2432 to make punch and now the students The theme of the meeting is I Merry Christmas I

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Warm I Greetings resulting from the SupremeCourt's ItR I'
This is how it all happened.The i _

It'GrH.tingS R Best Wishes! !I = Fam-U dietitian wasn'tsatisfied .' decisions on desegregation. !!tR fR .. YEAR

To You! I R ..WS IrR with the method of mix- tfR tfR :

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I the university commons. So he I Let Us Help You Celebrate

1 : $ I went to Washington D. Cn to'at- SCHEDULE _

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Restaurant Exposition held at the MONDAY-FRIDAY(OCTOBER SCHEDULE) gR i RENO BAR
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11:00-11:03 News ft Weather
BroadnaxService One can give carbonated 11:93-12:00: Gospel Train No. 1 XX
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Station 1 non-carbonated or still drinks.The K:1S-12:30 Public Daniels Service) Show i tHANPION'Sm '
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Jackie fetawi Will Here Machea ScheduledTo Jackson's next fight is Julio :
Appear SPORTING IT UP Mederos, a heavyweight, Machenhas

already beaten twice in his, a w

h' Syaj ,ExhibilioH With Claris Box Maxim string of 19 straight victories. w

BY PARHAM JOHNSON Maxim, a former light heavy- w '
WILT (The Stilt> CHAMBERLAIN into trouble with the Pennsylvania weight champion, is the only man
The annual Brooklyn Dodgar-MUwauks Braces spring exhibition the 7-foot sophomore of the Boxing Commission and SAN FRANCISCO An an- to defeat heavyweight.champion MEN'S SHOP I
that much commotion in iha baseball
game causes so city among University of Kansas, who has was suspended for a long period.In nouncement has been released by Floyd Patterson. He won a dis-
fans and Jackie Robinson admireis will not see Robinson's familiar averaged 45.5 points in his first his fight with Whitehurst, how- Sid 'Flahert)", manager of un- puted -ight-round decision over S .. 527 Broad Street !
face with the ,but he will be in Jacksonrille as a memo
Dodgers seen ,
two college games, has helped ever he showed his old-time form. defeated heavyweight Eddie Ma- i y
him in Brooklyn in June, 1954. Corner
ber of the New York Giants who will be playing the Cleveland Ashley
Kansas move out front in the first He weighed 179 pounds and chen, that his fighter will meet 5
Ind1anJ. Associated Press poll of the 1956- ,Whitehurst weighed 191 pounds. Joey Maxim January 25 in an Maxim currently is unranked. 1( 1"ftft'"lC'C'R.ft .

At one time during the 1956 I 57 season. Kansas polled ,896 HAL LEAR who was recently open air bout in Miami. "..""CII(<-' baseball season, the outlook for cago White Sox with Larry Doby,I points. Wilt (The Stilt) has been given the gate by the Philadelphia In announcing the next fight A
baseball in Jacksonville, looked Minnie Minoso and other famous tabbed the 'greatest prospect in Warriors is tearing the baskets for his fifth ranking heavyweightthe e Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year i iw

very dark because of the expres- stars will play the St. Louis Cardi- Basketball in the game today and apart over in the Eastern Basketball manager said negotiationshave W _. -\
sions by President Sam Wolfson, nals, who recently acquired Sad is headed toward becoming the League. He is averaging .a. not even reached the talking W A
of the Jacksonville Braves, who Sam Jones, formerly with the greatest of all-time healthy 35 points per game. stage for a bout with Tommy V a'V
voiced disgust at the poor.attendance Chicago Cubs. HANK AARON of.the Milwaukee W
JIM BROWN, great Syracuse (Hurricane) Jackson. b''L .. -p
at the games but the hopes The Chicago White Sox will be Braves could become one of University all-around athlete \trill W a'

have been raised since it has been managed by Al Lopez the recent the all-time great'hitters of the miss a month'' of basketball play >ataasts >A>ts aR y W ? r, A
announced: that Jacksonville manager of the Cleveland Indians major leagues. At 22, Aaron is the because of the Cotton Bowl game. ; \ Ka'
would definitely field a team in and quite a favorite in Jackson-
second youngest player to win the Brown was selected on every All- W
1957.Baseball ville because he once was a catcher National League batting crown. American team released to date. Seasons Greetings !* j E ZS i
fans will have an op- fo; the Jacksonville Tars with Pete Reiser, the old "Brooklyn SPORTSCASTERS ARE WON- R '
portunity to see major league Ben Cantwell as his battery mate. Dodger fence buster" was the DERING what"kind of backfield I ti's ,s ,'.at AC '

baseball on April 1 when the Mil- This combination is said to be one youngest, winning it at the age will the Chicago Cardinals have R
waukee Braves meet the Jackson- of the best to ever perform in of 21 back in 1941. with Rick Vasares. Ollie Matson x w I
ville Braves here. It must be re- Jacksonville.The MAJOR LEAGUE PLAYERSare and Willie (Gallopin Gal') Gali-
membered that the Milwaukee New York Yankees will making requests to meet with more playing together. A bright R i kK
Braves will have the National play Jacksonville Braves hereon club owners. Twenty players met future has been predicted for the 1 AIV
League's batting champion, Henry April 9. Every baseball fan in and discussed the problems facing Florida A & M football star in !
Aaron; Bill Bruton, one of the the country know who the Yankees major league players. They want professional football
fastest men in baseball; John are. On April 12, the Cleve- io iiscuss pensions salaries and EDDIE MACHEN, one of the .r ,
(Tex.) Covington, Felix :Mantillaand land Indians will play the New bonus problems. The players top-notch heavyweight prospectswon !II RV 2
Humberto Robinson, all ex- York Giants with Jackie Robinson. heard Atty. J. Norman Lewis report his 18th victory in succession W C
Jacksonville Braves players. on a new pension plan for recently when he won a' unani- V IiI

The Milwaukee Braves will also Jacksonville Braves business major leaguers. He said it will mous decision over Johnny Sum-
play the Atlanta Crackers at the manager Spec Richardson said give a 20-year veteran $550 to merlin has been offered a match >; yA VY I 5 i
Jacksonville Ball Park. April 3, this is the best spring schedulethe $575 per month at' 65, with lengthof with Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson.. yl
the annual'game between the Milwaukee city-of Jacksonville ever witnessed service. It will also include disability Machen is working up to fight l Y TO ALL iI i
Braves and the Brooklyn insurance and hospitaliza- with the new heavyweight champ, BUSBER'S _

Dodgers,minus the old star Jackie tion. Bob Feller, Robin Roberts, Floyd Patterson.. 2 OF OUR MANY FRIENDS! '--. -
Robinson will be played.The Chi- Eddie Yost and Ted Kluszewskiwill ERNIE BANKS the great fielding and Patrons A
meet in New York with club hard hitting shortstop of the COFFEE SHOP w.
Brown Sets Pace representatives Joe Cronin and Chicago Cubs is in great demand. V = THANKS FOR YOUR PATRONAGE 2

);JOI six John Galbreath to work on the Many of the clubs are seeking V V Make "The Last One for The Road" Coffee sc

pension plan. him. It is announced that Cincin- & M*. GUN & HENRY
As PerformerNEW 611
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I cea'4cH4reetin THE MAJOR AND MINOR nati, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh i iI
LEAGUES voted at the meetingin have made substantial offers for I SILVER STAR DRIVE-IN LIQUORS

RK-The top performance Chicago to meet together and him but Bob Scheffing. the new 5668 AVENUE "B" PHONE PO 49192MAI
have the meetings alternately in of the Cubs said, "thatis Phone 4.9701cKe7erne 1
I of football duringthe manager '! "
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,regular collegiate season was a minor and major league city. one boy, we are going to hang ADVERTISERS _____ :
i i credited to Jimmy Brown of THE GEORGE WASHINGTON on to. No one has any higher re- .. ,;
CARVER YMCA of Miami netted for him than do" PATRONIZE "FLORIDA STAR'If
because of gard we +
Syracuse University + +e e neu e+exeacr+ere ne .,
his 43 the sum of $2,127 as the result of n
points against Colgate.
I the halftime collection at the recent 'i' '
The ,heavy support given to
I Brown, the All-American senior Orange Blossom Classic. }. .',t' ; .Yl.r ":; tt: ;: J
IJ from Syracuse did not overshadow Moses L. Perry, executive secretary 7'. ..:' ,,.,' < '.!' .{'--.... ',.., ,- .. '{\\' :" ''':' :-, ..... ,. .... ,
Iw said the money would be
too much the performanceof
used toward the construction cost
Abe Woodson for his great day
for 'a new YMCA building. The
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gate receipts were said to be the '
In the Syracuse: regular season best in the history of the Classic, II1 iEJ' ',- '
i finale ,. Brown a 212pounderfrom grossing $86, 508. i t :_ : n E
!IIII Manhasset, N. Y., rang up RHORY 'CALHOUN, who was
.w! six .touchdowns and seven conversions scheduled to meet Joey Giardellothis

DETER & BAKER as Syracuse defeated month' in Cleveland had to QAo ,
; |! Colgate 61'Woodson:?: withdraw from the fight becauseof "

Funeral Home | '185-pound halfback injuries he received while ;' +.. ".j., > .:,:. .. r'1,
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of the University/of Illinois, was in New York. Promoter ". ; ''7 : .....
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767 West Beaver SLr.C,1i(1Ct, -$ the ,big gun in the 20upsrt' Larry Atkins said he was inform ,4 t Ca.bY '-- I IYv
over favored Michigan State. ed that Calhoun was in St. Claire '
( Hispital in New York with a blood / J. : ...

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Holiday Greetings! & M was named the most valu- ?

able player of the Georgia.Invitational .
88127-92 i Accept our jest wishes tot a g basketball tourney held recently : C. 'aY"6t ,:? :f ,'

64-35-109 delightful ana happy holiday = in Atlanta. The Rattlers '
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season. tS. : came out of the tourney as cham- r: '
6 4'.t5 =: pions of the third annual tourney. dte -" .
S. Forchin scored 44 points in A &
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$'i 51-1 =29 WW SHOPS and fireside com- :' +1
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; ':63-36 41. ,, I', = mentators are very busy discus 'i
: sing the trade that sent Jackie '
i tJJ ) E, Robinson to the Giants. Some say f America' >
S..t1.s b' \\ I most preferred whiskey taste. ,
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the Giants will be well on their '
S.asetissa M's,down *' I J. t In America9 luxurious decanter '
: ( 4" : ::: most gift
He edit t Mfcrract : way 'towards another pennant II I
H..erksM.eN lsaead \ Alvin{ H. Gross, 0. D. i while others say the trade did not "-- \ / .. .

help the Giants too much. Some II'' b. > What a wonderful gift-Calvert Reserve in the :
FOR DECEMBER 29th I OPTOMETRIST \ say Jackie is 'just about shot, ./V '
4 Jewel Decanter! This Calvert of the '
wa while others say there are many year, give one 1
12-81-37 \a 820-B Davis Street I E EI more days of good baseball left in :' / I \ w '.A,. world's two top-selling whiskies., See four dealer

I( <;(< ftC"C8! those old joints of Jackie Robinson. .; 1< 9.t: now. The Jewel Decanter is in limited supply. -
It is just a question of how J.
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"'10HNNY CONCHO". to the Giants with Jackie. ., r .." < ,"
sill : Freak SiII.t Western SAD SAM JONES, the right 1:> I! .'"

SUN. THRU'SAT. PluS:-uSAF ARr'DEe. handed pitcher of no-hit fame t l I :: : ::'
2329 Victor Mature Tkriller with the Chicago Cubs has been "

'- COMING 'MIDNlTr, 'DECEMBER 2ft" sent to the St. Louis Cardinals, for: m i jyio ',. :.,
USMAnD and "PEtIC-A-BOO" Tom Poholsky. According to the 't
Tetr'round bottle or h..l
old Cardinal tradition, Jones will Dec nkr at wee fncu.Botb AV
loa SEYELT SlYYlEWS not finish the season as a Cardinal
GEORGE ZAHARIA; who attended a
M... Dec., 23.24 SII" .. Tiles. =- Dee. 23..2S the. fight between Archie l r -

""THI Gregory YLULIHGBEAU Peck UVANISHIHG STREET AMERICAN"MAMA"rad Moore and' Floyd Patterson, believes .
lit Ran "IIRDS A BEES"Tees. Patterson will.make a great .v.1

n.n. Dec. 25.27 Wei. Than. Dec. 26.27 champion. "I watched him throw J JNo ;,
2 lit.ht.Ru., Hitat' -IT CAME FROM SEA"Geo. that left that stopped Archie .r
-. Maiyonu.y. v ;is "CREATURE WITH- Moore,,and he looked very good." )
Mickey R....,- leading heavyweight contender is
Frl, Set. Doc. 21.29 T.+osMon._ Dee. 2S..31ht back on his way up the hilL In a finer in American taste
nxAN" Jai McRae "DR. X" recent fight Johnson won a 10- .
Rot Layers -SUUHMAK.i.H: Wilt Answer Your round decision,over Bert White-
.. Johnson's first:fight since he ran :' '
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fsge'Te.: 4. _" TNI FLORIDA SCAR ___ $.terday December 22. 19S4Chips

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fl; Off The.BIOCKsBY ...'!":"-" IItIWIIIItI FOR SALE

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Big '.' v v COMBINATION Cook. Maid. Live
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Phone EV 94746
At a recent meeting held irrTalahassee -
Dear 'Santa" Y
Seems like: the day hare flown by.but here.we are back *J.the University_at High,the Florida School, A the and Big M 9 l IY Maid. 6 days. 9 to 5 p. m. $20.00 .. 'Ia ... "_i'la 'Ia x
stand still business and about to Hardly and car fare. Mrs. Wood. Ret.required.
same doing cop a plea
North Conference selected its.All- i i is
Menu,like it but U is time for you to harness up the jet engines and 'Conference football teams for the EX 85061. -"kYoTx ?.
buss the globe once again. Natch we hare loadr of, things to ask s 1ba
956 season: tsrmlSI( Maid. 5 days. 1 to 6 p. m. 50
for.and favors we-would like'io see granted,W;"friends, but before QtY
FIRST TEAM cents hour, car fare. Mrs. Ro-
we go into that let me bring 700 up to date on the. happenkgs"tacit"paw' Jt 1 .
/ Ends; : Wesley Moore, Daytona, zier. EL 4-2369. R rR
sine :the last "holidaze"
: 6-3, 187 IDS, Jr:; Eugene Glover, R YJRi
When 'you' were here ,before, Clinton, Tennessee was just a Stanton, 6-:, 205 Ibs, Jr. Maid. 5 days. 9:30 to 5 p. m. (
whistle stop. Since then, the town has made a name.for! itseiL- We Tackles: Tommie Chandler Gil- R YY Reasonable salary. Mrs. Puck- I

must admit it made the name in a rather ignamious way but never! en, 6-3, 207 Ibs, Sr.; Eugene Peag- R ', VSetzer's ett, RA 49519. rJv

theless, the name Clinton, rang. loud and clear around the globe. ler Pensacola 6-3, 256 Ibs, Jr. R R ?
Other<< names like John Kasper, Sumter Lowery, Citizens Councils, Guards: Leon Scott Ocala, 510. R Maid. 5 days week. 6:30: to 5 pjn. 2 .1 Wi

Nasser, Suez Canal Montgomery, Tallahassee-and Mansfield Texas 170 -Ibs, 'Jr.;, James Warren, A Stores i Chief Lenoias, EL 5-2349. i 1'bilU' !
begin to appear in" oUr everyday conversation. We don't know Gainesville 5-11, 172 lbs., Fr. Yp Maid. 1 day. $5.00 and car fare. vIi _

whether we went backwards or'forwards: during 1956, but we are Center: Curtis Miranda, Gilbert, .- Mrs. Williams, EV 72196. V X T
sure history was made. 6-2, 210 lbs., Sr. ? K G CYKKKKKKKKi CKgi CtqtlC? ; ; Cs(CKKKK tIIC1C1ItIC1CII(1t(1tt: ( 1 .1
Richard a> ________________ ___ __________________w FOUNTAIN GIRL Evenings Go our heartfelt.wishes .
Before'we become depressed, let me tell you the things: want Quarterback: Theodore ka>as nsuss---a-- << ; Ii \
you to put in your pack for my friends. For the Negroes of Jacksonville son,-'Gilbert, 5-11,185 Ibs, Sr. And Y !Ifi 3:30 to 7 p. m. SOt per hr. 1100 K 1
bring a general awakening and a full realization of their economic Left Halfback: Alphonso Bellamy Greetings YV West Adams. Mr. Baccash. of happiness JI

and political potential. Bring anything that will cement them ,.Palatka, 5-10,190 Ibs, Sr. Best Wishes! Y I 'J.at

together so that they can form a unified force ,that will be able to Right Halfback: Willie Bussey, R O YA JtJaJilJaJlII nlel "" l Christaastune. !
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work for the improvement of our community. Gilbert, 5-10, 190 Ibs. Sr. YY M It &
Fullback William Wilson, lin- S Meny W i W..F. (Charlie)
To our friends across the tracks, let"them see us as humans with : YV 2 Greetings And y i
the same wants, needs an ddesires as they have. Let them under coln (Talla.), 5-10,175 Ibs. Sr. VV v Wilson
stand fully the democracy they,profess to practice. For both groups SECOND TEAM / VY | Best- Wishes! = i _
and Ends: Josh Smith, Panama City, Y w 4615 Polaris
bring tolerance humility, understanding.For
-' I 5-11, 178 Ibs, Jr. Elijah Webster, M VJi YV xx WIf -__
; I xX Phone EV 8-5133
'the boys on the Blocks b ? nice weather, 3S5 bright a { YKrKK __
A' ensacola, 6-2, 190 Ibs, Sr. VR ti _
year so that they can stay on the scene and never have to go in .1 VW
J. Palatka, 5-10, X
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For all of the girls in town pick) up a sackful of eligible bachelors, YY X V 1 iatT a 7Ui71ltaa ]4717olI7tTilOIII I fIX
170 Ibs, Sr. P.:Livingston, FAMU, R I. Dis
,from somewhere and just drop them cilia Jacksonville. Leapyearis i YV VV VR
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nigh gone and all the game. caught. so the girls say "hurry with I >-l, 210 Ibs, Jr. s Yk R !Ifi i Lt YY IfV! iI I VY
the matrimonial'material". Guards: I. Littles Stanton, 5-7, R iX '.
168 lbs, Sr.; H. Gainey, Pensacola, SP'. Y i Duval i iIf iX
.' For some of our special friends' we want a few special gift 5-11, 180 lbs., Sr. VY WV I
For all of the members of the local salesmen and:business organizations Center L Purcells, 1 K .
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bring a bumper year and open the eyes of the Negro buying 5-8, 175 Ibs, Sr.Quarterback y iI !W ir" 1 I

public.Bring : Den Colston, s & RIM CO. | I Laundry I IIC IfV V ., ;w
Joe Higdon another 32 years of business at the same old Ocala, 5-9, 145 Ibs, Soph. V If! .
stand. While you are In the."600" drop a little measure of success Left. Halfback: Benny Stokes, XX 1620 Dennis Street | !If Y W W 2
and Bill Smith, the in the Roosevelt, Phone EL 4-8421 y !Ifi .. ( w
continued good fortune on boys Stanton, 6-3, 192 Ibs, Sr. 5
Y 1905 Walnut Street
"Miss Daisey", Mac and the Artistic Staff, "Crack"'Davis, Peas, Right Halfback: Gene Johnson, KK'CKYKKK(eCxKKK'rKKKKKKKrCrCKrlrAT u Iv I WILLIAMS = .
Harry Puzi and all of our folk in business "uptown". :: Daytona 5-10, 165 lbs., Sr. 1ft W LiR
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Bring Charles Jones, H. C. Donald, Freddie Brown, Dill Shell- Fullback: Ernest Sistrunk, Gilbert VJf I i siA tv

man, Hamp Sullivan and William Minton scads of people looking f rand 5-9 180 lbs., Sr. ] ltl A )ikAls JiI)ssV I \
buying new cars. ., HONORABLE MENTION MerryChristmas Y wi !V 1ft 3261 Kings Avenues FRIEND !
For Ken Knight and the WRHC staff, bring the TV station they Ends: S. Williams, Palatka; L. i i ChristmasGreetings Phcne EX 8-0573) I 1ft 1ft yY

are striving for .'. Take time to'drop across the river and visit the Bradley Lincoln (Talla.) $ VV x v WV
boys at WOBS. We are sorry tor hear that Yvonnee Daniels of the Tackles: A. Davis, Lincoln VV ; x XKKKKKKKKKKKKYK+CKKKKKKKK y. v
WOBS staff is ill. Give her cheer and drop off a bushel of good (Talla); W. Fields, Daytona; R. VK YV a. ItXC'C'CCI(1tlC'C'C'lIfttClllItItClC

health. Cooks, Pensacola. F= W w YV .... ..
Guards: J.Edwards, Palatka;M. Jt ttt7i1AlU7t3ax 'Ia _'la_
Give Johnny Stewart and: Frank Hampton new "worlds" to VY V M V
conquer, they own this one.,, ,- Continue to give plight Durham Sheffield, Panama. Brown City.C.nterfE. Pensacola.. .. VV V W !VV = Greetings and \ !

courage so that he will continue smile despite his recent misfortune. ;G. !If .. J V S Best Wishes Merry .
Quarterbacks: E. Wilson, Palat- i S SIC !If VIf
Instead of begging we found a few fellows thanking and saying Ita; J. Rudolph, Pensacola. !W V YI YIR AA I
they were satisfied. Elcee Lucas 'R. V. Daniels and "21st Street" Left Halfbacks: H. Dupont,Pen- YR W W C !V IfV R r Christmas I
William: White are glad they'finally picked a winning horse. They sacola; E. Montgomery, FAMU. VIC !If YY o + yR

would like a few more successful days at the track,you understand. Right Halfbacks: R. Cheese VK !YV V .. i

Isadore Singleton and his staff invite you to stop by any of their Pensacola; R. Johnson, Palatka; F. Yc f vv vW j Y R t' -

places: and have a bite before you leave. They are happy over their Coefield Lincoln (Talla.). R ." YY W VV 0 y !

success in 1956. By the way Santa, tell Father'Time and Old 1956JhatJlaymond Fullbacks: W. Luke. Ocala; C. i Florida Sewing E Ei v R ye Rx .

-------.. Taylor invites,them,,to see the old year out and wel- Hicks, Pensacola; A. Austin, Stan- YY WI A W Y
come young Mr. 1957 in' at the Silver Star. They'll show them a i "Machine & Supply I American Dixie 1ft-IC AA -

time, never to be forgotten. ton.Players selected for the teams .. vIC YR Bonding Co. = YY I ( .I

Every little boy wants boxing gloves, but this time a big boy received silver football awards. 505 W. Forsyth Street 1ft V
needs them....For Seth Darby bring a sets of gloves and the book Matthew Gilbert and New Stan- VY !V !V .R. a O A Y

"Ten Easy Lessons In Boxing", or better still bring him a pair of ton Senior High Schools of Jack- .. v VxKKK 722 Liberty Street VY .
bifocals Bring "Senator" Ralph Maultsby new soap box and sonville finished in a tie for the Phone EL 3-9977 !!If V I

for John "B. B." Pickens a rowboat for rainy weather .'Sring conference championship. : Phone EL 3-3060 I COLLINS CREDIT i BELLAMY. DISPLAYS
Otis Speights a scooter to run.him up and down Broad Street. Matthew H. Estaras, conference K hll'tjKtt'fKKKKKKKKKeC: [ Y .. W

Bring Jerry Nash a new strong box for his money John president also announced that .axA7r7 A>a7aAaAloAl la1a7 tlaLVR KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKrs701Ia7rltlrAlaiT 1 CLOTHIERS I 1043 Walnut Street I' .
of Lincoln
Arnold Sullivan, coach
Washington and the other Brooklyn'fans are switching to the Giants elected V A7aIaA1s Jt"JtJilJtIl, 2 121 West Bay. Street 2 Phone EL 4-8864 y
High, Tallahassee, was
along with Jackie Robinson this year, so bring a pennant to "Coogan'sBlutr. V W R VR 5 Phone EL 5-2092 I YKK
"Coach of the Year.
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Hold up a minute-We hear echoes from Gene Lucas. He also RM vi .

wants a pennant for Milwaukee so that he and the family can go and Kelp Wanted i- VA' fox b : !W FOR DINING. DANCING & ENTERTAINMENTDURING
see son-in-law Hank-Aaron,play in the World Series. ,
There are several new business. ventures such as the El Dorado MAID Understand: children. K i ; VV
and the New Monterey, so.'bring'the operators of these places a Travel All Expenses. $25. Mrs. Y WIC _: S The Silver Star and The Surf..Room
measure of success. ". Monie Norarro. Ph.,, EL 66209. !YV !If VflIIit f etYri/g :

Before we close out Betty Wilson, Helen Saunders, Estelle Williams IC JACKSONVrLLE'S ONLY FLOOR SHOW.
WOMAN-Settled.5 days. 3 pan. R V { Yy A )
and Eunice Coker say you,know what they want so just send W Yi Dazzling teylmmlmt 0:00 p.m. Nightly
v to 6 p. m.Reasonable salary and .. YR ,
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transportation. Mrs. Fritxmetts 7 YR RAYMOND TAYLOR ALL STAR TROUPE
For myself and the boss we ain't choosy. We thank you fox last Phone PO 49867. IC !IfIf = Special OnofTow Gacsts o. the Holiday Show
year's blessings but we would.like just-one little tt.1n9-Stnd us an RrtIHH r."OI''. Manager
an "angel" or a way;to get a nice Jittle Duplex press and well bo = ; t rfd A YY

happy. For people all overthe glove, blow away the dark cloudsof teems Fer Rent R W Wv M !! 1I -"Jt" II IIIIJil1I> _

impending world ;conflict indict "there :be:"Peace on Earth and VR VV! i Greetimgs and Best Wishes
Good Will Among All Men., Room and kitchen. Hot and cold : V S Draper's Egg & I v i

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