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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
November 30, 1957
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
November 30, 1957
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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issn - 0740-798X
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UF00028362:00351

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Preceded by:
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made in the case of:a rape attack t j1
__ S1V LOUIS, ilO., The Bishop's Council of ,the A* on a, Negro maid by. three whit S
M. E. Church. meeting here Friday, November 39 was ex- men in a downtown_ hotel three"I LIFE SENTENCE ?%Y liQ. 1
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pected to vote to call a special general _conference to cO l- weeks tl
( eider urgent matters relating to the_church, one of which ago
1 is the staus of Bishop D. Ward Nichols. od I i A survey this week indicated I;OF BOY 16 I
A spokesman, for the bishopsI that Negro cielzens are dissatisfied r
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? Indicated. a resolution will be pas. .3 over the failure of police to
sed authorizing the annual conference make any arrests in the brutal IMPROVEMENT STUDY GROUP The groi pp of educators shown In the picture met recently
f to vote "yes or no" on 4 f attack case. Many .have expressed It was reported this week.intO that in the home of Principal Chester Cowart of Douglass Anderson Junior High School for the purpose
the NAACP Will l Ok, the
i held i of making a study of curriculum improvement. In Ihr : from left In ,the front Mrs.-C. I
such pic'
r a special 'session jto p$ '- Kqn.t ,the rfeelingthat; '!i.the>'iack of s.c.\\case of- IS-year.old'.Negro :c row are: ;
In May" 1958, hi Philadelph&T'orCincinnati. 74 tion in this case is typical of >a boy .Miller, Miss A. Gray and Mss A. Ross. Back: row T 'L t 'r :h;fcorj: left to right are: Dr. J. I. E.
I who was sentenced to life imprisonment Scott. Eulene J.. Jones and Chester Cowart. .
police departments slowness toj I for robbing a white woman I .
Purposes of the extra session I act in cases where Negroes are :' of $25.

are: 1. Determine the status of the victims of whites. The youth pleaded guilty to I .
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Bishop D. Ward Nichols. 2. .Determine FOLLOWING STANTON WINS
the functions and I 4 Critics, point out however, that charges of breaking into the home I
powerof
had the attack been made of a prominent white Marianna
on a

the Council General(Suprere Conference's Court)Judicial .f> white have woman, the department matron It was and charged robbing that her. the boy DEATH OF WIFE FROM WOUNDS I FROM l GILBERTTO

3. Readjust the budget. A two- would ,"Called'out the blood.. I
choked the woman while makinghis
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third vote (secret ballot) of the hounds" to help capture the rap
demand for money.
annual conferences will be necessary ists.Police The FLORIDA ,STAR has made A Jacksonville man is being held for homicide in- BAG TITLE
to approve the council' ofbishops' authorities, on the other I
call for an extra session. i hand claim that their inabilityto an appeal to Judge E. C. Welch vestigationfound following the death of his wife whose body

The Judicial Council f who imposed the penalty to was in the f the .
reversed backyard
I pin down any suspects was due show liency by reducing the sentence couple's home. A The New Stanton High School
the verdict of a Florida area I to lack of information stemmingfrom but he refused saying that Arnold Williams 41, of 2054 I Blue Devils completed a 7 game
church court in the case of Bishop BISHOP D. .WARD JTCCIIOLS
the reluctance of 'witnesses because of the circumstances of Burr Street, i winning season and wrapped up

Nichols to full and.--status.ordered him restored i ... ... : status questionedthe I to cooperate with the police. cruelty in the case he thought it. death of his w TROOPS QUIT ,. the mythical city championship .
The Bishop's Council thereupon I I BELLMENVOXT TALK best to let the sentence stick and after he told by defeating the Fighting Panthers --

transferred: him to the West Indies budget system are paid to Capt. H. T. ,Fowler and Lt. R. leave the matter to the parole cers the woman of Matthew. Gilbert in
last summer. B. Whittington of the Homicide. board. and fell on a LITTLEROCK I the Gator Bowl Thanksgivingnight

Some Bishops contend that the date.The general church work has Division in a conference with I William Saunders, Florida field. told a dfferent by a 7-6 score. .
Judicial Council in received more money than ever secretary of the NAACP said the, early Monday I The first
passing upon the writer, .said that interviews I score for the Blue
the.'Bishop Nichols case rendered before in its history, they added. with bellmen at the Seminole Hotel organization Is looking into the Mrs. Thelma LITTLE ROCK, ARK.-ApproxImately Devils came after. Alfred Austin .
a majority (nine members) anda The new financial system is where the attack occured, I case to determine whether the 1081 Line Street 225 paratroopers the I scooted around end to hit pay
the work of the AME Brotherhood i youth was advised of his rightsat while she last ofmore7 than j I
minority report. (three mem worthwhile information. was 1000 sent herein dirt. The conversion
yielded no was good
bers). .. -fa six of the church's bishops. the trial and to see if he was with her September to disturbances
who- prevent
They said that bellmen denied his civil rights In and Stanton led 7-0. Late In the
An extra session of the Genera Several church officials have any get him off to at Integrated Central
were 'obviously In a position to High fourth quarter the Panthers rebounded

Conference Is "needed" to I said that the new financial system a noise In the School were flown back to1 I II -
determine which will be in which only the General describe possible suspects were I I and scored their lone tal-
report went to the their home .base at Fort Campbell -1ly.. conversion
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nan-coth The
accepted., a I. Conference can levy assessmentsand vital. way.STATE was no good.
Armond WillI
Under AME Church law only I fix a budget, with funds that Both officers complained, that I Ky. I The game soon ended with the
the General Conference In regular are handled only by a general lack of cooperation from the pub- BRIEFS his wife Annie I The first of a half dozen trans- Blue Devils winning "7-8. The win

or extra session can reverse! board, working. fnz lic in supplying information to :Mrs. Bush said ports filled with soldiers took off I!was the 7th.for the Westsiders

the Judicial Council. jp It was estimated that an extra police had hampered investigators ,. led to them for from nearby Little Rock Air'I'and gave them an undefeated

Spokemen say that some bishops session would cost more than fromsolving several murders and MIAMI HOTELS REPORTED that Armond i Force Base In midmorning. !,.season.

believe that the General 5175.000. 6 other cases n the Negro com GOUGING. CLASSIC FANS went In and : A riot broke' out near Central I.: Costly penalties marred the
The delegates would be the turned to the :
Conference needs to act in the munity.. High on Sept. 23 after nine Negro game for both teams and on sev-
same 1,300 elected to the; A number of Jaxons and football Bush said it I
Nichols case now, rather than persons The, officers pointed Out thatit t students were admitted under a Feral occasion the penalties were
fans from other cities
1956 General Conference in mia- were liams had called I
wait until the regular meeting is the responsibility of the to at. federal court order. used to good advantage by both
reported scrapping plans I
In I960. mi. I was able to make
citizens to assist the police work. tend the Orange Blossom Classic Troops of the Wist Airborne I teams. The ,hard fought battle _
The General Conference set up ing to bring offenders to justice. :because of a shortage of accomo. back porch I Division were sent here the, next .did not appear to be high school

the Judicial Council to be com. New Plumbing Bill dations. LEAGUE'i.I.day to protect the students. TThe I football, but was played on a college .
posed of five clergymen and four OFFICER IS ..
level.JAXON.
Seen As CharacterFor Reports have reached Jacksonville 10,800 man Arkansas National
laymen (no bishops). Duval Sales Group BY ANGRY I
that Miami hotels are ,
The extra session of the Gen. Discrimination I putting Guard was federalized at the I .
exal Conference will be asked to Continues SeriesIn the squeeze on visitors byupping same 'time.JAXON, GETS CUT IN
Police Officer _
the rates' and demandingthat i '
change the plan so that bishopsand Salesmanship ,FAMILY BRAWL -
The new plumbing bill passed guest pay for three days of 1356 Stell
clergy will be tried only by Commis- Ocie Miller H of 1426 W. 23rd
recently by the County whether they stayed overnight o* the chest by a !i
IS VICTIMOF
their peers (no laymen) ? sion has deprived Duval Countyof I The Duval County Salesmenand not. Unconfirmed reports say that tempted to stop i[Street told police that he and his

The budget system assesses its two only licensed Negro Retail Merchants' Association Coach Jake \JaIther has reservedthe at at ,Myrtle DOUBLE TEAMA I first cousin Roosevelt Hill, 24. ,
each AME member $4 a year. plumbers. i held the first In a series of entire room accomodations of Road Saturdal, I 1490 W. 23rd Street got into: an .

There Is sentiment that this In many states the examination! clinics on salesmenship last Sun. the Sir John Hotel for his en. "hie patrolman argument and suddenly Hill pull _-
should be changed so that the boards which conduct the tests i day at the Lincoln. Golf and I tourage.>> 38 year old man was alttack- ed a knife and- started cutting
assessment levied upon poorer have been outlawed an the I Country Club. The consultantwas pter was 1 ed by two menas he sat In a car!{,hjm. '
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areas (Mississippi, for example) discriraina- 'Walter Dean, Regional ,manager at a man In. the In the 700 block of West Ashley I The fight occurred Sundayat w
might be less than that of Industrial tpry.! for Century Metalcraf Prod HOODLUMS 3IAR EAST.WEST tifying himself Street Friday, November. .
I the .23rd Street address It wasre4eaIed
cities such-as New York or struments that can be used to ucts. er ;CLASSIC the woman i I t I
Witnesses told- police that a Investigation'
Phiidelphia.Bishops I keep Negroes and others from obainjng It was announced that Ernest bit him in the I I. during: the police

'are Paid $15OOO'N licenses. x t j I D. Jackson, local attorney, will be Teen-age volence and hoodlom- He was taken I argument started between 1 that both parties were In

2,500:? for travel. 'No bishop rnIl It bas been 'pointed out thatJacksonvUleJa : the consultant on Dec.- 8t and ,ism_ was much in evidence at the cal Center for I Emmet N. G., Nichols, 38 of 732 l toxicated. Miller xrfas takenil. ::to .

accept any other remuneration. Uie only large city i Wiley Sharpe, general managerof I Gator Bowl Thursday when the woman- was I Davis Street and Roosevelt Jordan i I Duval County Medical : Cejjter ,
Accounts of church departmentare In: Florida' where there is not a I William Buick is the'schtduIed Stanton High School Blue Devils men William 25 and a-man-known only: as I where Tie-was treated by Dr. J. !

audited. Funds In annual single bonafideemaster speaker for December 22. I met .Matthew W, Gilbert's Fighting Jenkins, :Morris. Nichols was invited out R, Kennedy. *" ,

conferences must be handled only cIan or plumber of, colon ectrl.1 The salesmenship clinic is tin Panthers In the annual East- of the car, by.the. two men. Dur.., .,'.f11erwas' advised to obtain a .

by ,finance committees. are many whoappiy to take the der 'the. direction of, the Education West Classic. Contribute ing the argument. Jordan .hit warrant- tn assure futher action. .
Officials by I' ,.Committee composed of'Mrs. ...A-series of fights ,. bottle brick Nicholas In the head two
said that bishops, general tests, but, complaints say ; ; with Investigating officers were Patro-!
officers, departments, salaries hook or crook.,. they' are. always Ethel Spears, ,Joe. '., *McCray" and and" sand-throwing., during ; aad T ,To : bricks and Morris.kicked:him according -' nien%Charles Scriven a and 1- C''re.91ce

and,' expenses allotted under failed. 3 Freddie Brown.' ..' '_ after, thegame. _just.. -.,.about. marred URBAN tovwitnesses! ni>ir"lJ BnrtoiC: ." I

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Published by The Florida .Star Publishing Co. NEW POLICY FOR BIAS UNIT :.

DJSCI2J HATION 41I1sti2 \ \ / "BADLY NEEDED" WILKINS SAYS .;
'.: MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: : '
.' : : The fourth annual report of the President's Committee on

'%SS Moncrlef Road ....a......:... EL 4-6782 EL' 4-6783 { ,' ::, Government Contracts, Indicates "the adoption of a regular review

.,Downtown Branch Office: 425 Broad Street-Phone EL 4-3773 : ,7 1Z ; policy" Roy Wilkins, NAACP .executive secretary said- last week..

-;, ',-.,. :1'-:...-, ?his has been badly needed.*' he added. "

",:. : Mailing 'Address: .. .. While expressing the Associa. i

,: '. P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida' :. I tion's appreciation of this Innova- filed well over two years ago

--Eric, O.4 Simpson '.......*..;...........................Editor '. '; s ; .lion. Mr. Wilkins noted that the without any subsequent progress \
::=.. :-0 issued 19 revealstoo report from the committee, Mr. 1

.C.ij.. Parham.' .. Johnson..., ....,........................!I..News Staff 0qo \ .-: : report little about on the Nov enforcementof Wilkins asserted I

Altamae Richardson ..,;..................'.'..Circulation Dept ., -i \I
\ ". t_- -Ii." .. the non-discrimination clause i
:r in U. S. contracts.The .
:* government
:-. ,.'/ Member of Associated Negro Press J 4'i committee, he asserted was VETS CORNER.i

SUBSCRIPTION RATES 941 r i established to secure compliancewith

One Year $:S.OO; Half/Year, $s.00: ; Three Months, $L80 I j these contract clauses, i Here are authoritative answers:

J Mailed To You, Anywhere In The United States. I'; : dustrial groups,'' Mr. Wilkins from the Veterans Administration

said, "the results could have asalutary questions of interest to for.
Subscriptions Payable in Advance. Send Uxecks! or Money Orders To:
r effect..' mer servicemen and their families
FLORIDA STAR-P. O. BOX C61-JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA :
I According to

__ r )r \ ---- i the reportthe QUESTION: My World War H

F committee last GI term Insurance policy lapsed

MAKE YOUR D'OLLARS j;: I- year received 293 two months ago. rd like to reInstate .

complaints d f and, at the same time,

|which 187 have convert to a permanent p l a n.

WORK FOR PROGRESS r : been closed with What premiums will I .have- to

} the remaining pay? .J I

,.. 1C6 Ustlll.under. ANSWER: you will have to :
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There are Just about three mOre weekends before Christmas study and in pay one monthly premium at,the ,

and<< during that time colored Jaxons, like white Jaxons, will be J. vestigation." term rate plus the first premium :j

making various purchases of gifts, and other items that go into cr lOll.the contracts at the rate required by your new

the celebration of the birth of the King of Kings reviewedare permanent policy. Also, you must ,

There was a time not very long ago when the question "Where r 1 : --- key ones sign a statement that you are in .

,to Shop" was a problem for most Negroes who were faced with /' '- r I SIMPSON within large in. as good health as you were when

poor treatment and spoken to discourteously in stores. We recall Further he"pointed out, Mgo- the term policy lapsed. .

vividly cases of collectors. brow beating and in some cases assaulting You Can't Build World Leadership On A Weak Foundation rous action on the part of the QUESTION: If a school dropsa

Negro customers. committee .is .essentlal .to .end veteran enrolled under the Korean .

I racial discrimination in employ. GI Bill because of too
We are happy to say that as a result of widespread publicity many

which The FLORIDA STAR gave to such conditions'and our con. ment because the federal government absences, would he be allowed to

.. stant urging to our readers not to patronize stores that take our Your Weekly plays a vital role In deter. make his one-and-only change of

money and treat. us shabbily the situation has Improved greatly.The b mining the course of civil rights course and study something else?

in America.* ANSWER: Only if he can establish +
establishment of modern shopping centers in Arlington,
Five Points Southgate Plaza and Beach Boulevard has taken a Horoscope ide Currently before the committeeare : that his unsatisfactory at

great deal of the white trade from the downtown stores with the cases filed by the National i tendance record was due to reasons .

result that these businesses will have to depend largely upon Negro WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR Association for the Advancement beyond his control. If he

patronage to survive. Many: business firms are aware of this but LOVE of Colored People against many cannot establish this fact, he will

are reluctant to admit thai they want Negro trade by advertising BUSINESS TRAVEL. multi-plant corporations operatingin be denied further training, under

their products In the Negro press or by cooperating with Negro By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER 'basic sectors of the American the law. '

enterprise.: _. economy. Among these are complaints QUESTION: I understand that

It Is t I, against several major air.. World War II veterans must apply
not enough for the wb1te'merchant to pat the Negro .
craft manufacturers including for GI loans before July 25
customer the back LIBRA ,
on and ten him, "sure we want Negro business AQUARIUS GEMINI

dont I always treat you right?"' Up service is not enough. Born Jan.'20th Thru Feb. 18th Born, May 21st thru June 21st Born Sept. 24th Thru Oct. 23rd Boeing Aircraft Company Wichita ..I 1958. Does this mean I actually

There are .a number of firms who want Negro trade but will not You have so many other favorable Examine possibilities to invest ,Your selection of friends should Kans.; the Hayes Aircraft. must have obtained my GI loan

.make It 'known by advertising It In the Negro .press because Company Birmingham; Rohr Aircraft money before this date!
simply indications operating for .in domestic or real estate enter be a highly discriminating one to
they .feel the Negro press has been too outspoken in its campaignfor ; you: that you can afford to bide prises. Born May 21st-31st: Try I weed out those who would use Company, Riverside Calif.; ANSWER: Not necessarily. In. '
Lockheed Aircraft Corporation the must have
stead lender
equal opportunities and better treatment' of colored citizens In your time and perfect your long. to visualize the possible consequences deceit or flattery to benefit at .
and Cessna Aircraft
local stores. Marietta Ga.; agreed to make you the loan, ,
'range plans through additional before you provoke domestic your expense. Keep a strict accounting Company Wichita, Kans. and must have requested VA's
Negroes In Jacksonville will spend more than $1,000,000 between research travel and conversation.The marital or public show. of outgo and income,
The Association has also documented approval, before. the deadline
now and Dee. 24 but the money they spend win only buy the possibilities of forming new downs. Find stability in alliances. and make certain that your key

.: IterjM they actually purchase. But if they spend their money wisely friendly ties that can develop into Born June lst-lOth: Be on the associates do likewise as there en industry-wide patternof date.QUESTION

they could make their dollars serve a double purpose ...!.. By a closer alliance are still : alert for opportunities to capitalize are possibilities of thoughtless 'employment discrimination: : My daughter Is
workers in the oil eligible for schooling under the
against Negro
-. spending their dollars in stores that advertise In the Negro press present. Born Jan. 30thFeb. 8th: on outstanding talent. spending and bad bookkeeping.
I refining and chemical industry War Orphans Education
they will be indirectly demanding respect from salesmen and Your friends and loved ones come Legacies, investments, and joint Your" past deeds will speak for program.
in series of complaints flIed Would she be to attend
a permitted
saleswomen who are inclined to greet them? "What can I do for closer to ,your heart strings. You ventures are accented.. Born Jurie11th21st hemselves in the form of a bonusor
the Esso Standard Oil school In France?
you girls today?'* or "What can I do for you boys today, ?".. .. are also conscious of your security : Obtain sound advice other advantages. Promote against ,
Company Baton Rouge Louisiana, ANSWER: No. War Orphans
i The Negro Jaxon or Floridian who makes it a point to patronize prospects. Born Feb. 9th. before embarking on any adven family unity. The distinction be- .
Union Carbon and Carbide Company schooling in educational institutions .
whenever possible, only those firms that Use the Negro press to 18th: Only the outcomes that tures that present risks of an' tween a false and true friend is
Texas City Texas Cit. outside the United Statesis
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advertise their goods or services is contributing to the advancement develop naturally are favorableto uncertain nature.. Your relations ,a fine one so be particularly per-
of his race for in so doing he is serving notice that he. wants interests. need smooth handling. Can Oil Corporation, Lake prohibited by law.
your ceptive.
Charles Louisiana Lion Oil Company GI term Insurance .
; QUESTION: My
better streets, better living"conditions, better police protection, s6055582S62.. 2--50-11-19 -254. 7SO- -29-31-731.
equal employment opportunities and the other advancements the El Dorado Arkansas; and is nearing the end of

Negro press campaigns for from week to week. PISCES the three groups of trade unions its term. Will I have to take a

SUPPORT, YOUR NEGRO PRESS* TIIAT STANDS UP FOR Born Feb. 19th thru March 20th CANCERBorn SCORPIOBorn holding the collective! bargaining physical examination to renew it
agreements with these companies.In for another five term? -
NEGRO RIGHTS. June 22nd thru July 22nd jear:
22nd
Those who are employed shouldbe Oct. 24h Thru Nov.
PATRONIZE FLORIDA STAR ADVERTISERS wide-awakte and ready to The ,loyalty of the one most BORN Oct. 24thNov. 2nd The addition the Association has ANSWER: No physical examination

closely allied. to your interests is to filed cases against the South. is required. In fact," as .
entertain are likely
hopes
step into a more remunerativepdsiton you
.. the one brilliant spot that gives western Bell Telephone Companyand long as your premiums are current .
.. You inner be realized inmost ways with .
,. have great :
A CHALLENGE TO AMERICANS S resources which may be utilizedto you great encouragement. Born the exception' of the financial de- other large corporations. I at the end of' the term
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win allies and promote your June 22nd-July 1st: Self-Control partment. Act with deliberation. ","'t note that the current re- period you needn't take any q

will\ be your: most pressing need I I is port of the committee makes no I steps to renew your policy.: VA
4 ideals. Follow a healthful way of BORN Nov: 3rd-12th: There
when you are confronted by temp. comment about these importantcases i will renew it for you automatic
TO FIGHT MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY life. Your feelings should not be no reason to hide your talents .
tation. Take everything in moder although some of them were ally.
; allowed to come between you when they could bfe utilized to
ation., July 2nd-12th: Avoid diffi
and your ambition. See that loved profitable advantage. Don't let
culties connected with labor
,
ones are sheltered from adverse your heart play tricks. Be prepared 0
Thousands of muscular dystrophy victims, most of them children, service questions and neighborhood I
Plans that well- to review and revise long
influences.
are your
ore waiting to be delivered from a future which holds only years Let allies
prejudices. your term that mainly; II LETTERS To The EDITOR I
.. of disability and an untimely death. Their plight is a ringing challenge conceived ,and strongly backed handle all .difficult people or projects are "
.
may now be turned- financial concerned with marital questions,
to the
:American people to wipe out the crippling fatal disease situations. BORN July 13th-22nd:
the profit. Investigate opportunities extensive ravel or moves .
by joining MDAA crusade to
/ support all-out research Into a Your head rather than your heart '

' cause and a cure. abroad should guide your relations with 8-90-22-89-21-829. This is the seventh in a series of letters written to the f
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WHAT IS MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY loved ones and 'children. FLORIDA STAR by White Citizen; expressing his views and

-It Is a mysterious disease which attacks the muscles, eventually 5--70-88-69-86-683., ; possible solution to' the segregation problem in Jacksonville.THE .
SAGITTARIUS
F weakening and disabling the victim to the point where a minor ARIES .,. FLORIDA STARP.

ailment, .'like a cold, may be fatal. Born Starch 21st Thru April 19th L Born Nov. 23rd Thru Dec. 21st
BORN November 23rd-Decem- O. Box 561 qualifications of a judge was the
'WHO GETS IT? Clear up old debts and refrain ', LEO I
R from new Born 23rd thru 23rdA ber 2nd:. Your social, whirl is Jacksonville, Florida ability to show some measureof
Is accumulating any. ones. July Aug.
MD of race
color
no respecter age, or creed. It 'afflicts mercy In sentencing law.
and takes
on
Now si the time 'to start apply. steady in our vocational broadening scope
more than 200,000 Americans. Of these two-thirds pace
children and
are Dear Mr. Simpson: breakers. Evidently Judge \Velchdoesn't
forthe
Sagit-
it is a sad truth that most of them will not live beyond their 'teens ing the lessons you have learned world will bring slower but'surer, special significance
know the of the
tartans who are unwed. But the When the Pilgrims landed at meaning .
J .unless a cure is found. in the past, especially in connection monetary returns. The love and
cost, add lip. BORN Dec. 3rd-llth: Plymouth In 1620 and Institutedour word. -
with fisical matters. Discipline
cherished
loyalty'of ones help you
IS IT CONTAGIOUS? first Thanksgiving Day .they In first semester 'at
emotions. Do not wear domesticor Consider' the possible consequences my collegemy
your to overcome a personal,
"
; No. But it may develop at any age. Nothing -now know .to before embarking on e- were thanking God for their safe English teacher had us
your heart on your sleeve or housing crisis. Do not force
science win stop the ,muscle-wasting course of the disease. free land. After
inherent motional adventures. Confidential voyage to a memorize "The Quality of Mercy"
,
take the risks in
VOLUNTEER speculation events. The power of the mindIs
rash behavior. Gather business arrangements are profi I many years of continuous struggle from "The Merchant of Venice."
or the greatest' of all and it
Give a few hours time calling on your neighbors and friends experienCe: BORN April 10th-19 should be yourmainstay this table. Dec. 12th-21sU What is I they gained their indepen- Here's what Shakespear 'had to*

during the March for :Muscular Dystrophy. Help those unable to th: You serve your interests best month. :Find greater outlets for likely!, to happen in the future is I dence which gave birth to our say about Mercy: "

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walk for themselves. Contact local Chapter write to the democratic form of government.
or
your of much concern to
by giving plenty x>f latitude to ideas ,and creative talents. Let greater you I The quality' of mercy is not
national MDAA office. than the .outlook. Correct Our forefathers based that government
present strained
;
your spouse or other close allies. your long-range plans find their .
attitudes that belittle .'. on freedom and justice.
GIVEFunds Your economic links are vital. .. proper medium as attempts to 'you It droppeth as the gentle
are desperately needed to support research and-provide 9-80-66-78- 2-968. push them through .now could 4-10-11-13.,17-431., They had known little justice in rain from heaven

patient care. Give what you can to your local March for Muscular the old country so they establisheda .
cause chaos. Upon the place beneath; it
Dystrophy, or send your contribution to the national+ office government to protect freedom
1-10--G6--38-65-1M.. CAPRICORN.Born
TAURUSBom is twice blessed-
and justice. The justice in which
JOINHelp April'20th Thru May 20thA Dec. 22nd Thru Jan. 19th It blesseth him that
: friends and stricken with MD they believed was based on
neighbors by joining
: your
friend of long standing would You can attrace some very desirable -and him that
loc"MDAA Chapter. Your help is sorely needed in this worthy mercy and human understanding.I gives,
make and not desirable
a desirable life companionfor VIRGO some so takes.Shakespear .
wonder what our forefathers
humanitarian. effort tYOURNEWSWER anyone who is unattached. Born Aug. 24th thru Sept. 23rd friends. This implies that you
.' I would -say if they were living goes on tosay that
BORN April 20th-30th: The opportunity You can be persuasive when will have t obe unusually perceptive .
today to see how in many instances mercy is an attribute to God
; L to take a pleasure tripis rather than and "choosy" so as to
you use honeyed
: suchas
<: Circuit Court Judges Himself and ends his masterpieceto
not one to pass up especially caustic words. Plan flexibly in make the fine distinction. Do not sent.
E. C. Welch pronounce humanity by saying, "Mercy
If you<< are single .Broaden your keeping with daffy circumstances.Born allow doubts about your employ. ence on teen-agers without an seasons justice." .

horizons and experience. BORN Sept 3rd-13th: This is not ment status or weltbeing to cry of

May Ist-lOth: Keep your ear closeto the time to create dissension at stallize.. The restrictions you now ounce mercy. If only our judges would try
Of all the exhibitions of injustice to season their justice with
the ground so as to be among home or to allow your emotions feel will not always be there. mercy

the first to capitalize! on moneymaking to get the beat of your usual good BORN Jan. Ist-lOth: This shouldbe and inhuman acts of racial this country would be a much
discrimination I have heard of in better place in which to live
month for social-
opportunities. But, do judgment. Chance favprs the a happy you

not grow reckless. Past noble faithful Born Sept. 14th-23rd: great fun to make joint plans for my life time the Mariana judge's Here Is the sad part The

deeds* wise investments and frugal There is great ,comfort to be derived ly and spiritually. It should be decision of "life in prison" fora miscarriage of justice on the part

1 ways seem about to bring from your beloved people future trips or projects. Your 16-year old Negro boy who committed of that 16-year-old: is on the

rewards mind from a $25 theft, takes the conscience of those people who
: their In unusual ways. hobbies and .creative activities. may sway one extremeto .

Success builds up security. Show your appreciation ,another., cake.I put Judge Welch in office. :
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NEW STANTON MUSIC GROUPSI-I AME Ministers' Wives Hold Tea .:' .. ,-, ...

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PLAN CHRISTMAS RHAPSODY _- i -ia.: -;-:': '

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A "Christmas Rhapsody" sponsored by the Music Departmentof

the New Stanton High School will be presented in the School

auditorium, December 11, at 8:00 pm. I ,
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under ,the sponsorship of the entire cho Is readying:her group to singAirs. ; HOLD MEETING NOV. 21 '"
Espy, director of the Musi. Mlles & MRS. JAMES A. JOYNER HOST & HOSTESS
school
family and will feature -
the ever popular "Ave Maria"; : < The home of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Joyner on Moncrief Roadwas
performances of the Glee Club "\Vhft Christmas and "Sweet the scene of the regular meeting of the Club Royal Ambassador

under the direction of Mrs. AlphaH. team which is under the direction Inc on Thursday ,November 21. The meeting was; presided over ,

'Moore-' The Stanto-Musi-Cho of Mrs. Alma ,C. Daniels. I by Oscar L Hillman, president and was well attended by the

under the direction of Mrs. An. LU Jesus. Boy" 13I members. ;

nette' A. Esyy; and the Concert New Stanton's famed concert l! : .

Band under the direction' of Professor band \MU be featured throughout f President Hillman had several important committees make

Kerna D. McParlln. the entire performance of the : y reports which 'irere of interest to the group in session. Among the -

Members of the Glee Club will Christmas Presentation and }..fr.i i reports made were the following: Edward U.' Barnes, made a

present three playlets In words AIcFarlin, chairman of the music, :, detailed report to, cover the tenative plans of several outstanding

and music, and from the words department will announce the. .4 local clubs consolidate in a big effort to help the Urban Leaguein

and music of "Unto Bethlehem," numbers to be played by the.. tHeir current drive to arise, funds to carry on its program for ,

the story of the blind Mirim and band later. \tt 195758. The group went on record to support whatever plans are
1 her visit to the blessed Mother t worked out to aid this organization. .

and Christ Child: "The Empty I a >tv F .. .

Gesture," which emphasizes the ABOUT PEOPLE yX1Q' v Blood Bank Discussion' The president appointed the followingcommittee .

warmth of Christmas cards and Tj I to work out tenative plans to set up a blood bank'
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-yuletide greetings; and "The Mir: ':'f''i% ... : account to be used by the members of the organization and .'

I acle of Christmas'' the secret : members of their immediate families: Elwood 1... .. Banks, chairman

visit of the Christ Child to the Mrs. 1amleValker Jones of ; Eulene Jonesr. Edward U. Bathes, W. Russell Robinson. Cassius wl

' shoemaker. Each of these, play. 1012 Pearl St. left ,the city recently Jones and James A. ,Morton The Committee will presenthe

lets according to Mrs. Moore will for Toledo, Ohio, to be at mechanics of the proposals at the next meeting.

t be' interspersed with sacred, secu. the 'bedside of her son, Clarence 4 d y Routine Matters Routine matters were discussed during the

lar and popular music .by the Walker who is ill in the ,St. Vincent remainder of the meeting which was cIim8.'Ced1th a lengthy social

Glee Club. Hospital. She is a memberof hour. W. Russell Robinson paid a glowing tribute to Mr. and Mrs. .

,The Stanto-Music-Cho will be I Simpson Methodist Church. Joyner for having been such an ideal host and hostess. '

seen in an unusual role of furnish.. y $. )4 : Members in Attendance The following members were in

ing the words and music for' the Mrs. Katie Alston Slocumb of attendance at the meeting: James Allen, Elwood L. J. Banks. -

members of the creative dance New Rochelle, N. Y., is visiting Edward U. Barnes, Henry Belliny, William Broadway, H. James _

in the city as house guest of Mrs. { ,aY .. Greene, Oscar I. Hillman Johnnie L. Jackson, Charles F. James,

Rosa Philyaw. She is accompaniedby Cassius V.". Jones, Eulene J Jones. Al C. Joyner, James A. Joyner.

: HOME LOANS )" her niece, Miss Ardena Boyd. Andrew W Martin, James A. Morton, Longineu Pa.rS"on, Emmett N.
Reed, W. Russell Robinson. Waymon P. Surcey.SCIIELLS .
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SIDINGS'' ferson St., left the city yesterday :.,is SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY
for New York City to spend the l .a Mrs. Vanorian Schell wife of Dr. W. W. Schell, celebrated her

ROOFINGS Thanksgiving holiday While : ( 4 9 birthday with a party almost two weeks ago, but this departmentstill

there he will attend the Fun 4 deems it news for the fact that folks are still talking about
For New Homes
makers Social Club banquet.STO the affair. It was a surprise soirre which the eminent medic cookedup

PHONE EL. 3-7106 :, for his better half: and it turned out to be a fabulous event

with all the trimmings Including delectable refreshments and a

? : II r} three piece combo which provided music until Monday daybreak
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LUCKY 16 CLUB SEWING CIRCLE ENTERTAINEDMrs.

RITZSTARTS Clara Tarva was host to the Lucky Sixteen Sewing Circle

RELIEVE j last week when the circle's business meeting was held in her home.

..., Plans were completed for the Christmas activities. The
TIIA.7SGI'IN6ELvis
TEA FOR, THE PREXY Mrs. Myra D. "king president of the AME: Ministers' Wives Alliance Christmas party .will be held in the Wilder Recreation Center ,
where the circle will entertain friends. -
.. is seen in the. top photo being served the first cup ,of tea by Mrs Gussie Cunningham when the .
WITH JUST A TOUCH F The final meeting! of the year will be in the home of Mrs.
PRESLEY ladles: group sponsored. Its tea event last Sunday in-the, Tyler Street home of Miss! Polly Brooks. Minnie King. .

Some of the guests .and members of the Alliance who participated in the affair are seen at the i .

4 at his greatest! bottom., In the front row, from left are: Miss Barbara J. Ellis, James Callahan- Mrs Emma. Wil- MISS ETIIEL HILL IS HOST TO KRINON CLUB

kerson and Mrs 'Hazel Mainor. In the back row arc: Mrs. Aurelia Brt"akcr'Irs., Cora L. Lewis, Mrs. Miss Ethel P. Hill filled,the role of a gracious hostess to the

Lucille_Johnson, Mrs. Thelma McKisson, Mrs. Jessie Joyner and Mrs. Ivory A.. hbtl1: Krinon Club of Alpha Gamma Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa National '

Sorority when the organization held its recent meeting in her home.
YOU -- -- -
WHENEVER Mrs. Eloise Brooks basileus of Alpha Gamma Chapter gave

.NEED GUEST ARTISTIN BANQUET PLANNEDBY remarks. Among those prensent were Miss Ruth Singletary Mrs. ,

r Singing Fighting!! r;;;;; HAIR STYLE .Wedding_Bells MACEO TEMPLEThe Dollie Adrianna Murray Wesson., Mrs. Julia Robinson, Mrs. Ida Jones and Mrs.

Dancing! ,' l-?' 'y 1 SHOW IN JAX The club will meet Dec. 3 in the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Hill r
j.- Elks Pride cf
/ Application for marriage Daughter in St. Auguistine. .
.Romancing! ? l1\ licenses Macee Temple No. 186 will sponsor
are:
mammoth at the ----
a banquet -- ------- -
Elishe S. Hardy, Jr., 1119 I -
I REPAIR SERVICERadio I Elks Home 712 W. Duval Street
Grothe St.. age 29 and Frankie .
& Small ApplianceCall r. :Monday night Dec. 9 at 9 p.m. Look Pretty At Breakfast, Advises Model
Ruth Hamilton, 937 SV. 21st St., -
The Service Number i age 24.Eddie. A variety of attractions will be

lN M EL 6-0504- Salters, 616 W. Church offered including a program with
-- =o- many of the well known artists'1
St., age 23 and Ethel Samuel, 616
$3.50 Service Charge appearing. The Daughters are
JailnOllS'e Church St. 27.
W. age'
Financing Arranged working as a unit to make the ,
Samuel Leonard Cook, U. S.
I For Large Jobs affair one of the highlights of
: Rock z zb
tat Pnducta -0- N.A.S. Marine Bks., age 22 and Elk events.
Roberstine Lamkin, 1324 MyrtleAve. 4 a
-AND- TV SERVICE ., age 19. Daughter Ruler Hattie I. James Y

ENGINEERS Frank Luster 1802 Ave. and the entire official staff will
,"AFFAIR IN HAVANA" Myrtle ,
1856 Ave be present along with Exalted
Evergreen age 25 and Florence Brunson,. 4x
St. Ruler \V. R. Davis and his cabinet -
20.
1 1066 W. 8th age '
.. Saul Climpson, 395 Spruce St., and members. '
t:,.. age 35 and Grace Boyd, 217 "The banquet is not a closed tI zvy
ATTENTIONtIiOSTESSES !
Spruce St., age 35. affair, the public will be welcome

1 FRATERNITIES Casswillington Shootes, 1436 N.".to attend.SALMON .
SORORITIES, ,

CLUBS, AND ORGANIZATIONS

MRS. LILLIAN ROBINSON
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FOR SENDING IN.NOTICESOR Mrs Lillian D. Robinson, of !! < .

: Chattanooga, Tenn., International r > .-t. ,,//'"' ')
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ly famous hair stylist will be the I ': >
REQUESTING FREE PHOTO SERVICE I r.
guest artist on the Beauty Trade <

NAME OF CLUB ::: Show, which will be held -Monday T .,:= fq \-
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: and Tuesday, December 2-3 ir.

NAME OF PRESIDENT ____________;..__-__--__ under the !sponsorship of Chat. \
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Beauty Supply,
DATE: OF. AFFAIR _________, -____1_-: ___;:.__-__J "
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-Date ; Time'PLACE
who recently '
Mrs. Robinson was
OF, AFFAIR _____________1_________-- *
cited by Lamot of France as
Name of'Individual or' Clubhouse
one of the world's greatest hairstyle r

ADDRESS OF AFFAIR ._-______1_______________ artists, studied at the Illinois
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School of Technology and '
NATURE OF AFFAIR _____________L_________:_ Meharry Medical College Phar. "67R 91 J"re .4--, __ q

Party, Banquet, Tea meceutical Department )

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PRINCIPALSName of Honoree, Hostess, M.C., Etc Her background in cosmetology -
Includes training at the Orchid
Sylvia Jones shows how she likes to at breakfast, In
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,-:State.Miss or Mrs.------ Beauty School New York City; I morning,coat with applique work done on the Singer Slant-0.Matic I
RichmondVa. MACARONI BAKE
Apex Beauty College, sewing machine.
: _____-________.:.-___-- .;. and Mine C. Walker College ,-I .
PARTICIPANTSNames i 2, eggs, 1/2 cup water, It's a wise wife "who looks Here two large peaches with
Members Guests
: of or Chicago, HI. She has travel 3/4 cup Pet Evaporated Milk pretty at the breakfast table, says leaves were sketched on tissue .

,.,' :':) ..: :::::=::::::: : ::: : ::::::: ed country extensively conducting throughout beauty clinics the, I 3/4 teaspoon dry mustard Sylvia, who Jones shows lovely a breakfast fashion model coat. paper in? fabric and-traced in this onto case contrast-, peach.

1 Tablespoon grated onion that will win smile from
demonstrations and trade shows.A a even colored cotton with green cotton
REMARKS" __ _______:-____ _- ----------- I 3/4.teaspoon salt the sleepiest husband. for leaves contrasting prettily -
( :' Other Information ., representative! of the Chat.. 3 cups drained cooked elbow macaroni I This coat,made from a McCall with the pale yellow robe. Cut
'. mon Beauty Supply firm announ. 1 American cheese Pattern. is so simple to make out fabric; leaving a full inch all
1/2 cups grated
II i that you can make up several at around for seam allowance. Cut
----.:._-----:-------- ------------ ed to witness what he said will 1 cup'drained. canned broken
-- salmon
I once. Bright applioues! on the big organdy backing to same size.
ADDITIONAL : be one of the greate.it shows feared into pieces (7-od'cah) patch pockets add gay decora Baste design in place. Set Slant
FOR that all beauticians are invittuiing tive note. O-Matic sewing machine or Automatic
INFORMATION CALL -L-i: --:.. --------- demonstrators from the 1/4 cup catsup Here are tips from the experts Zigzagger for a narrow .
Name : Phone Number at local Singer Sewing Center satin'stitch, and work slowly
: : leading cosmetic houses la the Beat eggs well In a 2-quart bowl. Add and mix the water your
who tell you. how to make around outline of peaches and
milk, mustard, onion, salt. macaroni, cheese and salmon. Put
PHOTO SERVICE L country. gay appliques, using the new leaves. Trim away excess fabric
REQUESTED AT :. __ -- ,into a well-grea4ed bakingdish about 6 x 10-in. Bake near 'Scant- -Matic sewing machine, dose to line of catching. To add
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with rose-toned thread and makea
slant-needle
light brown; Cut into pieces and top with the catsup. Makes 4 straight .or, sewing
'hoes.. series of aatin-ctitch tiDes
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> .Date 'I FLOBEDASTAB is stitched to gaunt :hi toward the center. w, ; _

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Saturday. .<'! 50, 1957 ;



I'' : NAACP. Charts C"urche'Fo'r''F: ; : *> :I Program' 11





'-GUM PAIGE .$_x .Y..5 'SL. REV. FRANK'JONES, t r

4t4 ;. ALLS:, MINISTERSAll CHURCH SUPPORT IS ASKED "


WP L OESPVEANNIVERSARY t ''Y ri ministers of the South i ,
'
i S 7> i IN CIVIL RIGHTS BATTLE '

.olcsonville District of the AME ,

r Af! 1 :.urch have been called"by Pre.I :

H g __ .ding Elder Frank Jones to meet NEW YORK The-NAACP has formulated a new four-point
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f i Lee 'Theological Seminary program designed to mobilize the support of organized' religious
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I groups in the current civil rights struggle, it was anounced heretoday
'"* Gusale Paige well-known gospel tiding; Edward Waters College I
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**r. by the ReEdward J. Odom, Jr., NAACP church secretary.
will celebrate her 21st
singer .loaday at li) for the
a.m. pur. Mr. ,Odom said the program has "
anniversary Monday night .Dc. 2 *
jje> of reporting conference bud. been designated ,"Churcnes for 2. Special religtous'education
.at" ,the.: :ML Calvary Baptht
Freedom.*' projects intended to establish lines
minimum -
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Church, the place of her Jnltlappeirar.co salary and of communication between Negro I
-surance. He indicated that the effort to
II as a gospel singer. and white church groups to serveas
Muh interest is being sh bi 'tM undertaken because of the moral
I -, the! anniversary through the { :ends. I. D. Hinson D. W. Wei. lature of the ing and the improvement of community -
I c-i.th: and letters that ha'e NAACP drive to
many jome.: F. W. Jones, T. E." Shehee eliminate segregation and bigotryn attitudes on racial ques, i
come in suggesting! the name of! tions.
\ H. Y. Fryer W. M. Campbell.H. American life. I
the accompanist for Mrs. Paige's :
initial recital. Many_ of the cards' L. Colley, R. J. Arnold E. F. Mr. Odom described the pro- 3. Planned "Churches for Freedom" I

I and letters have given, the name Epps, L.- T. Torreace, G. W. ;ram_ "Churches for Freedom" as religious services on local II
Smith J. W state and regional levels to bring
of many of the well known mu sf. Welcome W. M. follows: _
city' I' Merritt A. L. Esau and Z. L. 1. Coordinated social action moral and spiritual dimensionsinto
I : I fyrus. the question of full citizen
Serving as mistress of cere- 1- programs among church groups ship rights.He .
monies will be Mrs. Eliza Rich :or the purpose of securing dedi. said the effort will be

Perry a well known civic, religious > SAY YOU SAW IT IN aet participation in the current implemented through NAACP

and fraternal worker,, Mrs. L ,.9.. 4 ; : THE FLORIDA STAR IAACP registration and voting state and local church commit
y -i :
Perry is an interesting speaker campaign. tees.

well fitted for the, task as mis- I

,,f tress ol ceremonies. i .

Many personalities will be -

.. present tQ witness the program ,q Feed baby '

h and to pay homage to one who u your
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has contributed so much to the musical field 4p the city. (pi --

The winner in the name contest?
,;1, for the first accompanist has CARNATION--

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The Junior Choir and Choir No.
..c. healthy milk !
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j 3 of the Tabernacle Baptist .,>su .
Church' are presenting Choirs on

.' Parade, Sunday, December 15: ,
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1957 at 3 pjn. in the Church ; .. : r x -- '
auditorium. Deacon Melvin Grace ar'
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will serve Master of Ceremo.
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Miss Annette Smith is president

of Junior Choir, Mrs AnnieM.
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Townsend is President of

Choir No. 3 and the Rev. W. E.
Young is pastor of the church. \' ;

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I HOLD ANNUAL OBSERVANCE The Cit3'."1le Beauticians:: held their anniversary observance .
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HOLY TEMP. WOMEN t recently with a large: number In attendance. The top photo shows the crowning! of the

Beauticians Queen. From left are: Mrs. Sophie X. Starks, Mrs. Lottie Mitchell, Mrs Annie 31.

PLAN ANNUAL DAY t Jones. who was crowned queen and Mrs. Mary Z. Thompkins. ........ ........... ..... .
I Shown in the bottom picture from .left are Mrs Gwendolyn Sullh"anIrs., Myra Camper, 'S .

::1 Annual women's day will be Sirs. Bessie M. Harris, Mrs. Mamie "'aldon'In.. Lyda Blair, Mrs Burcherene Siappy and Mrs.

i I observed Dec. 15 at the True Holy Ethel: L. Smith. Back row: Mrs. Kenia Konner, Mr?. Irene Harrison Mrs. E. I. Brookins, Mrs.:

I Temple of the Living God Inc., Ethel -Lee Jones, Mrs. Annie Mae Jones, Mrs Da".sy L. Jamerson, rMs. Calle Johnson, Mrs : ::
with Lamar Smith and Mrs. Rosa Lee Toulds. z '
1854 W. 45th St. beginning

/ the Sunday School at 10:30 a.m. U44: ,74S

(J i Morning warship will begin at 'i I jOYNERS ARE HOSTS JERUSALEM PLANS

11{i 10:30 am. with Prayer Bands 5, I II .Ynr ..w r( H .. L r
TO AMBASSADORS IN
SUNDAY SERVICESSunday
Real Estate I
I 12 and 9 in charge. fI %
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Speakers are: the Rev. Mrs. NOVEMBER MEETING
!I M. Harper, the Rev. Mrs. JesseS $--LOANS-$ j services will begin at

Scott, and Mrs. A. James. Other The residence of Mr. and Mrs. Jerusalem Baptist Church with

S local artists will also appear. $1,000 $2,000 $3,000 A. Joyner was the scene of the I I the Sunday School which beginsat : V ,
$4.000 up to $25,000 9:30: a.m. 4
Payable $1.00 per mo. per.nun- I I recent meeting of Club Ambassador The morning and evening messages -

dred on unpaid balance at 6%. I Inc., with President Oscar I. will be delivered by the

t IF YOU Let us help you to completeyour I Hillman presiding. Rev. Jake Raye, the assistant
i WANT DEBT Choir 2 and Usher Board M- 4q E
OUT OF house or refinance 38' Reports were made by several pastor.
THE ANSWER IS AS NEARS in the I 2 will serve at each' servlce. Q.ip .
years same place. 1 committees and Edward V. Barnes :
I District 4 will meet in the !
AS YOUR Call
PHONE REGARDLESS
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made a report covering the tentative ;
home of Boles Davis 2047 Curry
HOW : ,
OF MUCH YOU I .
I plans of several local clubs f''
Lane
OWE OR WHAT YOUR J. P. YOUNG
PAST CREDIT RECORD IS. I I to consolidate in an effort to keep r ,.
LET US SHOW YOU HOW. I Mr. Simmons or Mr. Walsh the Urban League in its current s rt,

FAST IT CAN BE DONE ON Main and Monroe drive "to raise funds to carry'on'OFFICIALS TO MEET I.r.! 4 'm3 ; : 4 // yG /5/i
!Masonic Temple Bldg. its for 195758. 5, /c
PAYMENTS
YOU CAN j progress
Phone EL 5-8014 w DEC..5 IN HE HOME
j AFFORD. The presfdentr apponited the'
EL 6-S391 OF MRS. L. BAINES
Budget Counsellors following committee to set up a

i Of Jacksonville blood bank account to be used by .

I 230 WEST FORSYTH $7 members of the organisation and The superintendent, departmental .
\ EL 3-6145 their families: Elwood L. J.
I superintendents and teachersof
I If you are unable to come in, PATRONIZEFLORIDA Banks, chairman; Eulene Jones, Grant Memorial AME, Church

'MallI Edward U. Barnes, "W. Russell will be guests of Mrs. Lucille "Healthy Baby"Darcel Nunley of Detroit

I Name....., .... ........... STAR Robinson, Cassius W. Jones, and Baines'in her. home at 1351 Steele

Address ...... ...... ..... James A. Morton. The committeeis Street, "Dec. :5 YOU CAN TRUST CARNATION. It's the rooms throughout the world than oft
Phone No. ............. .... to make a report in the next o. brands combined! formulas .
.ADVERTISERSIL Sunday School officials were safest most nourishing and digestible other Prepared

I meeting. I scheduled to meet at the church form of milk for your baby's formula. that claim to be complete are expensive .
--- Present during the meetingwere Friday at 7:30 p.m. for the pur.pose More mothers feed Carnation to their compared to Carnation. Be Jr.Ire"to "

1 : James Allen, E. J. Banks, of working on the teacher's babies than any other brand. And more ask your doctor about Carnation. It's '.
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formula the milk doctor knows. {
I Carnation is used in hospital every ..
William
| Broadway H. James r
: j Greene O. Hillman, Johnnie L. -, '"'"
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; : I Jones, E. Jones, AI C. Joynef An- JOHNSON CLUB J : ;

L drew \V. Martin, James .A, Morton OBSERVES SEASONThe ,i BEST BRAND FOR YOUR I I

., Longineau Parson, Emmett i iI

N. Reed, W. 'R. Robinson and W. Johnson Club held its S I COFFEE TOO 1 I -S

Our vary liberal Each account Ifinsured P. Surcey.ST. monthly social fete at the residence I II I

iearnings are com CURRENT RATE HP to of Little Miss Coretta I II

pounded S m I $10.000 by the Washington, 2034 College Circle. I Creamy-smooth Carnation

.. Annually en Savings 111.2,0 01. Fe--- c" Savings PAUL CHORUS South November 16. In keeping I makes coffee taste just

In this Association 3 and Loan Insurance SETS ANNIVERSARYThe with the month of harvesting, the I j grand! Richer and more
which is
} ', Corporation Theme was, "What ThanksgivingMeans
chartered and ss- flavorful the
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act ef Congress.IpELITV A medley of seasonal hymnswas you like it!
U. S. Government Male Chorus of St.. Paul
I AME Church! will observe its 7th ,rendered Musical selections
were given by Gloria Johnson I
anniversary Dec 2 at 8 pan. in

the auditorium of the church. Diana Harley, ,Clara Whipple "from Content CovnfWorld's '< :i
EliCItAi Choir 2 of ..Shiloh Baptist Janice 'Henderson, Randall Scrj- ; EVAPORATED 4 t
ven, the. recipient and her visitor. '
Church will, furnish music for the MILK ,
Savings and Loan Assorialiou occasion v.,. Refreshments were served by A !! ." r
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,AS JOB POLICY IS PROTESTEDBy FOR JANUARYf ,

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The cafetorlum of the )Matthew W. Gilbert High;School will be L

Staff Correspondent there will be compromIse ort the scene of the annual Bcouters banquet of the East and West

LOS ANGELES United action this issue; that every ,firm handing Divisions which will be held January; 30, 1958.R. aA 3 t,

among: Negroes In the city' Budweiser will be asked to E. Phinney president of the >, Q

who have cut off their purchasesof join in the protest, and that we North Florida Council, will be,North Florida Connell, AssistingDr. 1 : AN. I

Budweiser Beer In protest of :are prepared to continue as"long guest speaker. Mr. Phinney is a Downing will 'be the East

the company's discriminatory his- is necessary holder ,of the Silver.Beaver Award ,
Division finance committee under
ing policy has dealt a csippling NEGRO PRESS PLAYS ROLL and has enjoyed a long tenure in

blow to the "Bud" brewers re- Table tents and placards tell Scouting in an executive capacity the leadership of Major Bryant

sulting' in the loss of about;$50, the story to 'their customers in The executive's annual report and the West Division committee f.

000 worth of sales. will be of the dinner meet-
monthly writing as these militant proprieors a part under the leadership of Eugene

Rev. Maurice A. Dawkins Presi- tell them the story face to ing.as. 'well as recognition for Sawyer. .t a a

dent of the Los Angeles NAACP face An open letter to the pub Cub leaders .and Scout leaders James H. Steeley, chairman of

salt that the Labor and Industry lic is being placed in full page who *lead the program in' the the West Division, will serve as
East and West Divisions and the --- '-' -- -"---"
Committee of the organization ads in the Los Angeles Negro general ,program chairman and
themselves ANNUAL TEA HELD The Band Parents of Darnell-Cookman Elementaryhooi held their annual .
-has formed a Beverage boys .
Industry toastmaster. Charles E. Simmons
press. Dr. Jean C. Downing will serveas Calender Tea Sunday November 24 and'some of those In attendance are shown here. From left
Improvement Committee, which Rev. Dawkins who is tempo Jr. East Division chairman, wjll) Miss Grace A. J. Bolden I
is general chairman for sale of are: Young, IL Mrs. Imogene Clark, Mrs Francis Rhulae, Mrs Bernice
the
spearheading' protest movement rary chairman of the group, banquet tickets. Dr.' Downing has serve as chairman of the Courtof White, Mrs- Bettye Belton and Sirs. Julia Feltoa.tLt"B .
Representing accounts of stressed the fact that the Negro full High Award. The banquet will

more than 2,000 cases of Bud- rights for equal job opportunities been assured the cooperationof be"hosted by, the den mothers of grid mentor, Jimmie Thompsonc lass in 1952 the Panthers com.
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weiser Beer per month, these ire guaranteed in America by the the entire divisions; in seeing both divisions who served on pre- PRESENTSTROPHY I an Eastsider .from birth who I piled a total of 41 victories 5

businessmen have taken Anhaueser Constitution. "It is 'that a real job is..doneln makingthe vious occasions. I
United States finished Franklin Street now Senior
defeats and 1 tie in total
Busch products off their vital and in Annual Scouters banquet 1
'as
shelves, have stopped selling, it Just mare fundamental that many the ways rightof among the best, ever held in the AT' i!I Matthew W. Giltfert. in 1937. He High School Competition. His best

over their bars and have refused Negroes to ride busses in the I Funds CollectedFor I returned: to Gilbert in 1947 after I team in 1954 won 10 games and

-to place- to place any more orders city of Montgomery free from perience.. Miss Boddie, our Librarian NAACP TreasuryAt finishing Florida' A & M University lost none, earning him the vote

with salesmen until the company jIm crow and the right of Ne- ably assisted by Mrs. Le. CLASSIC THURS.The I as Head Coach and head of I of the North Big Nine Conference

hires -Negrots as trurk driversand gro children to go to school in Blanc arranged appropriate posters Alphas' Dance I ment. In 1953 he received his as "Coach of the Year".

employees in the plant. Little Rock free from the evilsof and displays in the school East Side Community.Club i: the Physical Education Depart. His highly offensive Panthers
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Rev. Dawkins stated that more segregation." jyt lobby as well pa in the library. NEW YORK; Nov. 21 The which is interested in the Civic I' Master of Education Degree from, scored 1716 points to the opponents

than 350,000: Negroes in Los An- Street The children were made more New York City Chapter of Alpha educational and economic improvements 1 I Temple University. Philadelphia. 490. His Panthers won the
the
geles are being urged to stop Quoting tram October 24 Wall 1957 he aware of the importance of read- Phi Alpha fraternity collected for the East Side of!i II I North Big Nine Conference Title
Journal of ,
drinking Bhdweiser Beer until ing good books through the pre nearly $350 in NAACP donations to the While Ath
stated that the NAACP is stepp. Jacksonville presented ,I spear heading the since it was formed in 1953, 19.54.
the NAACP has been satisfied and nationally sentation of various activities from guest at the chapter's annual "Most Valuable Player" of the 'letic Activities of Gilbert Jimmie!' 1955 and in 1956 they held the
that' there is no racial disrrimi- ing up its efforts locally such. as book reviews of several formal dance on November I I
to get qualified Negroesinto Matthew W. Gilbert Fighting Thompson built a grid power that Co-title with New Stanton. His
nation in' the Anheuesr Busch hiring "We*are children's classics dramatizationsfrom 15, it was announced at NAACP Panthers football seam, a twenty ; was second to none in the State. Panthers have won the City
better paying jobs. I
policy, and that Negroes confident.that class room equalityhas favorite authors, book headquarters here today. eight inch trophy during the half-i Over his ten year period, 1947 to Championship in 1953, 1954, 1955 .

ARE ON THE JOB deliveringthe been established in principleat games, and special story hours. Alpha Gamma Lambda chapter time *at the East-West Classic, 1957 his football teams compiled and' Co-Champs with New StantonIn

products as well as working to Many new book friends and a officials presented the sum to I Thanksgiving Night in the Gator: a football record of 63 wins, 15 1956 His 1955 Panther eleven
least and we are aiming
on the production ,line and in tht renewal of numerous old hcquain- Robert L. Carter, the Associa- Bowl. I defeats and 3 ties. With Gilbert defeated New Stanton in the

offices of the company. put added and employers pressure to on open government mare taces in books were enjoyed during tion's general counsel. The ex.I The trophy was named after i growing into a high school in worse score suffered yet by New

The consumption of beer by so called 'white jobs' for Negroesin this celebration. amount was $336.45.. Sth6C the Fighting Panthers former, 1950 with their first graduating : Stanton (46 to 7)) in the classic.
the *Negro population in Los Angeles -
is 'rbe stores and factories. Industry
reported to 18 percentof /
integration must come along with .
the total consumption al-
school integration., The Los Angeles -
though Negroes number only
drive for job opportu-
equal
'eight and one-half percent of 'the

totaL nity will ot stop with the beer in- ., ... .. .

Fruitless population.efforts by the Urban dustry. We intend to be completely -, ;;:;fi- /' ::':- -..-' .r.:

i free by '63. We intend to use '
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League to secure cooperation -. } .
'non-violent techniques, such as / : .; : ',
from the' beer industry over a ." '-, .-
number of years of conferencesand economic protest action where- ;: ,.'M. ;,. --1.. > i.;). ,
ever and whenever we are forcedto r ,
negotiations led the organi ,r '. ic -
backward looking industrialists : :
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zation of the protest movementby ,
and management" Daw- ::: I ;" t ..
the NAACP. Leading propri- .
kins concluded. r .. '.
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handling the products were 1t :
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to arrange conferences with f -: sy"'.
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management on equal Job opportunities the regular P.T.A. meeting F : '

for"Negroes. The decision night Parent Night membersof was ob- i. : ., .
to served, at which time r
declare "D <
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the school's String Ensemble { ..-:::- '.-- .. --j
was made and the protest action !;: :
and the Creative Dance Group
triggered when the West .
presented a delightful program.The .
Coast, representative of the Company -
award far the class havingthe
failed to confer with the
largest number of parentswas
group. ?i8] :
Sara' Lovette's
won by Mrs.
Rev. Dawkins said that Bud.
Fourth class. Mr. James
weiser is grade
not the only company
Smith the President presentedthe
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guilty of unfair hiring practices-
class a beautiful desk clock. ; .
"The
entire beer industry'needs tJ
Mrs. Lovette expressed her appreciation F
to put its house in order bit we 'j. '
to the parents of her class
are starting with Budweiser." He
for helping them win the prize. t'w
was Joined by Edward Atkinson
(speaking for the businessmen) The Library Host and Hostess <<'Vlila\' ; '{ ..... .....,_ .,i .
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prominent citizen and owner of: Club culminated the activities of ....r.,.1 .J :,"r ." -p. : ., g\., '
the Town American Education Week by ,
r Tavern restaurant and -
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visiting Fort Marion, The Oldest ,1.j" ,'
bar. and William Pollard, NAACP VODKAI
Labor and ,Industry Chairman School House and other historic ...t. '!11 -: ..1'S. .. ( : .
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a forthright statement that : ; -'.: .
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Mother Goose the First } ;;:.
Rhymes,
CANDLELIGHT RITES ::; ': .. .. .. ., > -
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formed on the campus for your of the Dads Club is working very .. You've asked for -it-you've waited patientlyfor another vodka but one that reflects-the specialized

women, conducted its Annualcandlelight faithful as usual with the organi
service for the new zation. The Club's first venture it! And now here it is-Gordon's Vodka-: skill and care of a world-famous distiller. a

pledged' members. The ceremonywas for the ,school year was the .presentation another vodka but one that
performed during the regular of a very fine programin bringing to you who enjoy vodka famous Not just surpassesthe

chapel service, i.(onday. Nov the school's Auditorium. Fos Gordon's quality that best-of-all! quality previously unsurpassed in vodka. \z.EJ/: 4
25. This service officially made this occasion Rev. Theodore Shee-

known, the excepted members in hee, pastor of. Union Community found only in bottles labelled Gordon's.
Gordon.'s: Vodka is liquid poetry incomparably ..,1 .,Loo/ ;
the pledge club. Churcn was the principal speaker. .

The following members were in. After tne program the Prehident You've recognized and appreciated famous smooth. astonishingly dry with an DISTILLED
.stalled: Bettye A. Davis, Doris discussed with the group the

Tucker, Marlene Matthews Ethel names of several worthwhile projects Gordon's quality in Gordon Gin-making it amiable mixability that makes each drink taste

Trimmings, Lagrette Bray, Pauline for the schooL. They also 'ODt' .4
J. Carley. Sheila Collins, discussed the possibility of organi- AJneri a's undisputed year-af tef-year. favorite. nothing less than perfect. .

Dorothy. Frazier,' Angle L. Gard. zing .a Federation of Dad's Club. .
Now Gordon's has brought its supreme distill- w,%I nnM vm Mnun mm utmniiui
ner, Sylvia Ginwright Arletha Last Tuesday the school featured If vodka is your drink-Gordon's is your brand. u* Mint w irt U t t111*.t1I.MSIIIIIII.U"INI.e

Hill, Hattie Hill, Patricia Hughes, its Third Annual Teacher- ing standards to the, creation of a vodka we NI.,.I Kl/n M Ul IIIN1,1./. ;

Gwendolyn Lang Carol Latimer, Parent Day. The parents of the r Try it today. See what 188 years of distilling GV Gv Gv

ore Rogers Kathryn J. Sar Smart Pope Livingston were the ; believe to be fully worthy of the name Gordon's.Such .
'. can do for vodka.ou already know
of the school and experience
geant, Irma Smith Earlene Toby, guests some

Dora Wilcox, and Doretha Wilcox had the opportunity and privilegeof a vodka is Gordon's Vodka. Not just what it's done for gin. .
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Miss .M. O. Tucker Is sponsor being charge if

of the club outgrowth of this experience t '. >..; ..; ;
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,GOSPEL RECITAL SET standing well a of create the an school's ideal problemsa relation : : : -; ::: :* ,. '> J ..

AT PEACE TEMPLEThe hip between*the teachers, parentSand :: .

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December'' 1st, at Peace Temple t .;: : .. :, .-; ;
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to Join in the song feast. IN EVERY..',. -, '.? <. :J TT!'GORDON'S DISTILLED LONDON DRY GIN 94,4 PROOF :1095 NEUTRAL SPIRITS DIST11UD FROM GRAIN-t GORDON'S DRY GIN W,.L1D,LI NDEN;t:J. .:. ,
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'':,:y J 'ifU AMIGO SINGERS CHRISTMAS MUSIC SCHEDULED : '

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B.ETHEL BAPTISTThe MONDAY-rtUDAY SCHEDULE ,
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NE\V YORK Nov. 22-A
X00 premiere performance
-,6:02 SUn On ,
1m- 695 News & Weather I t and two Christmas programs will be features of the I
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: iU Grace) Broadcasting Network-United Negro College
nationally famous Amigo 7.W7.03 News' Weather Fund weekly] radio choral series in December. The programs -

Male! Singers were- bid nit with 1.3 H.Oe" Murninc Hudson) Capers (Bob which showcase the choirs of the member colleges I.; j

x the audience that turned out to s.o%..3-- aUJ 3.00.Mvrning Ne,%. & capers Weather Bob of the Fund, originate from \V ABC; New York ,
Hudson Sundays 10:35-11:00 A. M.
Bethal Baptist Church, to neat: ) It
:tuo:01 News & Weather
The choir of Tougaloo Southern
the eight part program renderedby 4Jl": Jumpm show (Johnny. J
Shaw) Christian College, Miss. I
Tougaloo, ,
College, Greensboro N. C. will
the group last Sunday night. e-dW.IIUJ News it Weather ,
;r.. The eleven.' man choir sang 10:03-11.89 Gospel Train No. 1_ (Deacon. will present its first concert in. close the month's concert series ,
Grace) the series December 1. The .
traditional: classical and spiritual 11:00-11:03 News & Weather : Touga-I with a broadcast on December 29.

numbers. .Jacksonville's Richard I 1I:0J.Il:00. Gospel Grace)Train No. 1 (Deacoo loo Choir is directed by Sara B.Turner. December 31 marks the close of

,.. Anders', doing the solo part;' 12:ov-12-05. t-w.Al NCHC. oYea Daniels) On December 8 ,the choral I
opened the prcgram'with "God t2.0 -iz:is dub Manvoone Daniels) I Fund appeal. All friends who
t2ii-..M >ouutlme Tunrtlmeonne group of Benedict College Columbia have
The not contributed
Ever Glorious", by Wilson. yet are
(\' Daniels) S. C.111 I!,
be heard under)
1:00IuJ New & urged to send their
spirituals that followed were: Weather gifts to the
I.OJ- iwo Go>pei train No. 2 uieacni the rection of Emmett I,
.'ClimbingUp The Mountain* ,Grace Fund, 22 East 54th Street New I

/, ,, 17 .:..... "Ride The Chariot! ," "Passing 2.00203 News A. Weather Christmas music will \vroten.1 I York 22, N.Y. The money raised
%:U- 3.-00 Gospel train: No. t (DeaconGrace December
15. A
MYSTERIOUS TWENTY-FOUR Member! of the Mysterious Twenty.Four Social and Savings By" "Getting Up Morning," Die ) a by the College Fund is used to
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I dub who met last week in the home of Mr. and :Mrs Alex Frazier of 1663 West 7th Street; are With The' Staff," and "Softlyand 3W303 I 03- 4:ott JiimpiD.tews tt Shun Heather(Johnny Christmas: Concert' by the combined ''help 31 private colleges and unl.

shown here. Standing from left to right are: Sirs. L. Lumpkin and Robert Whitehead, Seated from Tenderly.*' .Shaw) chorus of ,Atlanta University versities meet annual operating

left to right are: Mrs. A. Frazier, Sirs. P. Mullens, Mrs. R. Malvin, and l1rs.V.., Collins. The classics"were "Passing By" 004.03 1.034.0O Nvws JumpiiT& Show Ueatner("Johnny Morehouse and Spelman College expenses.
Shaw) will be aired on that date. .
by Purcell, solos "Teach Me To i'OO- 6:03ews' Weather
Do Thy Will;'' by L H. Caffey Jr.. $03-.5.43 Jumpin' Show (Johnny This traditional Carol Concert and Patronize Star Advertisers
NATIONAL "OO7BALL STAYS ATBETHUNECOOKMAN Shaw) Condellight Ceremony is held each
TEACHER EXflS I .
and Lord Randall. Special arrangements SATURDAY SCHEDULE .
the included 6.006.02 Men On year on the Atlanta campussh'1"ed
by group 6:0l6:05 News & Weather

TO BE HELD AT FLIt A 8r M 1 # Waring's "ThisIs/ My" Country Good," 6:057.00 7:00703 News Heaven's& Weather Road 110 voice by Atlanta-Morehouse-Spel-three institutions. The

UNIV. Sit Down' Servant, "My 7:038.00 Morning Hudson) Capers (Bob man Chorus is directed by WillisL. Learn Art
T-8 : folk
trustees of Bethune Took. Old Man, aijnauntain song 8008:03 News & Weather James.
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and Wilson's "The Orchestra. Morning Capers (Bob
have
man College : voted to allow
Hudson) The 40-voice Concert of
Choir both Fine and Commercial
TALLAHASSEE-Florida A and M University has continuation The personnel of the choir is 3.009.03 News & Weather
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I as a testing center lor the 1958 Nation- 'octball which President RichardV Daniels) La., will also broadcast a Christ
wide administration of the National Teacher Examinations Frederick Bellinger Jasper,tenor; 10:00-10-03 News & Weather Art Taught Anywhere"VETERAN
10,03-11:00; Gospel Train No. 1 (Yvonne mas program on the ABC series,
Moore called
next Dr. a "definite asset. Willie Turner, White Springs,
February, A. A. Abraham, director, test. Shaw) December 22. This under APPROVEDLow
service: bureau, Florida A and M University, annour -e : The:B. C.- executive committee second tenor; Hanson W. Wright, 110312.00 11:00-11:03 News Gospel&Train Weather No 1 (Yvonne the direction of James group Yestadt, Cost Tuition

today. / i :-:-.red on'Oct. 14 that football Lake City, baritone; G. H. Bur Daniels)
will
I 12.00-12.05 Local News (Yvonne present traditional, sacred
College sen'ora! preparing toteach I WOMAN IS FLEECED u.uT ::::,:3 to' be dropped unlessc gess, Lake City,baritone; Richard Daniels) and secular music for the holiday American School of Art
Anders Jacksonville, first tenor; 12:05-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels)
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chep,1ying ;I BY OLD FLIM FLAM Horace Wright, Jacksonville, (Yvonne Daniels) r
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are eligible to take the Jacksonville as iii-<- :" t.- '::'- ,} curtail' our schedule, if necesjy i great satisfaction to. me, 4:035:00 Saturday Session (Job:ny
Dr. Moore. Shaw)
police in the case of.:Mat i :T and operate within the 5:005:03 News & Weather 9
tests The examinations are
pre- The Bethune-Cookman Wildcats 5:035:45 Saturday Session (Johnny
pared and administered annuallyby mond, V. of 1831 Decotte Street budget," Dr. Moore said today closed out their 1957 schedule in Shaw)
SUNDAY
Educational Testing Service, who was given the age old "We 'will do so It means that Memorial Stadium here on 8:00S:02 Sign on SCHEDULE
and 6:02- 645 News & Weather
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Princeton, New Jersey.' pocketbook story v we'll have to watch our scheduleand Thanksgiving Day; November 28, 6:057:00 Heaven's Road (Deacon.
Adams Streets Monday Nov. 18. Grace) .ems
The designation of Florida A avoid at 2:30 against! strong Allen UniversitY -
Miss Hammond was standingon long trips that cost 7:007:03 News & Weather
of Columbia, South 7:037:30 Heaven's Road (Deacon
i;and M as a testing center for the corner when a man whose too much. For example; we'll ._ Grace)

,these examinations will give age she estimated to be about drop Grambung College of Louis Carolina.It was Homecoming- B. C. 7:308:00 Latimore(Live Gospel Gospel Singing Singer)

prospective teachers in this area 50 and weight about 225 poundscame 3:008:30 Healing Waters (Oral Lipa
ana. and marks completion of Bunky Roberts)
tan opportunity to compare their up to her and said in 'a Eunice Riley) -
Dr,., lloore said BethuneCookman Matthews' 11th season as head
the examinationswith :30joo Jar Revival Center ('rev
performance on most convincing manner, that he
coach.' ttt0-10.00 Bishop S. C. Johnson
approximately 10,000 candi- had found a pocketbook with $410in will! continue to schedule lO.Oft-1030 Heaven Fire Gospel Singer.
F1cridi I During special halftime ceremonies (Live Gospel Singing)
dates throughout the country who it. He also showed her an A & M, rated year in
the former middleweight 1030-10:45 Temple of God (Rev. W. IV
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will be participating in' the envelope containing some money. and yezr out.as the nation'sstar game Herbert) c
and welterweight box 10:45-11:00 Heaven" Road (Deacon _
nationwide administration on Feb The victim said the .man told do at Negro eleven. Robinson Grill..

15, 1958, Dr. Abraham said. At her he had a check for $117 and "I have made a 10 year surveyof ing .championSugar received :the Mary Ray McLeod 1130-11:03 11:03-12:00 Newt Heaven's& Weather Road (Deacon

*the one-day. testing sessiona if she would give him what male graduates from our physlcl Bethune Memorial Award for "his Grace)
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take the Common his education course and 60 men
candidate
may money she had he would split contribution in the 12:031:00 Heaven's Road (Yvonne
outstanding v
.Examinations which include testsin money with her. Taking the man have received degrees. All 60 of Daniels) t E Y
field of. sports"I 1:001.03 News A Weather
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Culture English Expression, with her in a taxi to get her Daniels) s
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addition each candidate may take Federal Bank where she withdrew 2:003:00 Jafco Live Gospel Review w
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With the regular football season in the background I 1 1i FRANK LANE, the new general manager of the

t all eyes art!, looking toward the Orange Bowl in Miami i Cleveland Indians said recently that he is ready to pay

I where the foremost attraction in the field of sports will I CHICAGO OIlie Matson, the the New York Yankees one million Collars for outfielder

be played Dec. 14 between the SIAC champions and a Chicago Cardinals' fleet-footed-I Mickey Mantle. He believes the Indians will be greatly

worthy oponent who will be able to play the" brand of 210-pound pile driving half back, strengthened if he is successful in securing Mantle but
teinrt
is described by opposing
football the Orange Blossom Classic fans are accustomed as a football coach's dream he has much doubt about securing Mantle because he

witnessing.. slayer, has been an avid ardent says he doesn't believe the Yankees will turn him loose.

From year to year the ,Rattlers (MW); Prairie View,, twice (SW); fan since he was sevaru At one time he offered one million to the Giants for

continue to pile up victory after Hampton three times (CIAA); As a child in his native Trinity Mays but all Horace Stoneham did was laugh at him.

victory and to annex champion Wiley twice"SW); WilberforceMW Texas Ollie' Genoa Matson gotso He was with the Cardinals when he tried to get Mays.
( ); Tuskegee (SIAC); Texas ,he would roam the sidelines,
ship after championship and then GENE FULLMER the former
) College (SW); Lincoln (CIAA); at Trinity High School football:
s move into'the "Magic City' to Middleweight champion moved a, who are well-known ,basketball
Virginia Union (CIAA); north games. HAt seven, recalls his
show the throng of admiring fans :.. stars of The play
collegiate days.
Carolina State (CIAA) Maryland aa mother "he knew the game very UVle clever to another shot at
why they can afford to keep I ers are: Elsie Lewis 6-2 (Central
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State College, Grambling Collegeand z, I uwt well. None of us ever dreamedwe he title after winning a very
rolling along in victories. Tennessee State, A & L + had a clue to what he'd be I' State Ohio); Rome Harris. 6.7

Since the organization the Since the beginning of the as a man." ;!ose decision over Neal Rivers (Ohio State); Lester Burks, 616

Orange Blossom Classic Florida In Mad'son: Square Garden. The (Grambling College); Boyd Buie.
Classic, the Florida A & M Rattlers ,. In 1946, Mrs.\ Matson. a nurseryschool '
has seen some of the best teamsin have won 11-tied 1 and lost : teacher moved her familyto West Jordan, Utah battler held'' 6.2 (Tennessee State); Jim Tuck

the nation in ,action. The rise 12. They won in 1933. 1934 1937 fa ; San Francisco seeking "better the middleweight championship .er, 618 (Duquesne University);

of the Classic in popularity ,Is 1938, 1939, 1941, 1942, 1947 1951, conditions" all around for' her months until he was dethroned Marland "Showboat" Buckner
fcr four
almost unbelievable. It has all the 1952 and 1954. They tied Wilber 14-year-old son and his twin 5.2 (North Carolina College);

earmarks of fiction but a back. force in 1940 in a scoreless battle sister Ocie. Ollie enrolled in the by Sugar Ray Robinson. Leon Milliard 5-10 (jumped from

ground of facts. The Classic was 0-0. George Washington High Schoolat It was a split decision but Fulmeris high school to professional withno

born in 1933.Florida The_ Rattlers played the 1956 the beginning of the 1946 fall well on his way to another collegiate experience). With
f the of "Goose Tatumhe
exception
has seen such teams in Classic with such stalwarts as semester and hesitantly went out

action as Howard University (CI. Willie Galimore Al 'Frazier.' Carl for track. Four weeks later he shot.BOB THURMAN, who hit 16 ball is player the most in the traveled World.basket.Frank

AA State three times Vernon won the 220-yard hurdles. He sub.
I ); Virginia Crowell- Bobby. Lang ,home runs and batted .247 for Washington 6-5 (from amateur
(CIAA); Kentucky State twice I Wilder Jesse Heard James u' f a sequently played basketball aid the Cincinnati Redlegs last sea. ranks); The, "Goose" himself 6-2
1iJE baseball before out for
Campbell Dennis Jefferson and going
son has been signed to a 1958 (owner-manager of the Stars).
the entire, championship team. football. Ollie scored his first I
Thurman at one time
contract.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL ,Is
"7suz345 The 1957 Classic will be played high school touchdown in 1947 but ,
best hitterin
was called the pinch drawing to an end. Some mighty
with such stars as Carl Crowell bnACRL.. had become nationally famous
----.:.. 90 547 baseball. The hitting of Thur. fine games have been played this
James Williams Charles Young ALL-AMERICAN TO WITNESS CLASSIC All-American earlier that year by placing of
man was the means pulling year throughout the state and
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Watch This Gown Alvin Chavis AI Vereen Riley Adolphus FrazIer of Jacksonville and one of the greatest halfbacks second to world quarter mile many games out of the fire for Jacksonville fans have seen some
Morris, Frank Merchant, Willie to enroll back in ,the states champion Herb McKenley with a
ever at Florida A & M University Is the Redlegs and made them pen. of the best in the country with

2 4 Taylor Lee Royster. Leroy after staying for a ,short while ,with a Canadian. League professional 47.1 effort in the Pacific CoastAAIT naat contenders during the early ,the home town teams and teams'

Hardee; Willie Wyche and the football team. Frazier Is shown In the picture .In one of s 440-yard run part of the 1957 season. He is coming in from other dtles. The

..,,2 4 entire 1957 conference champions.Head the poses 'that ,carried him to stardom as a Battler. In 1956 While in. high school Matson now playing winter baseball in home town schools have had much'to

Coach Alonzo "Jake" FrazIer scored 16 touchdowns, 28 points after touchdowns fora kept a level head although formed"Matsonettes" George Puerto Rico. offer but just watch and !see

9 7 Gaither, 'Pete Griffin, Hanzel total score of 118. Frailer carried 65 times for a net gain of WashingtonHigh girls KID GAVILAN, the belting what will happen next year. The

t Tookes, Acosta Kitties :Macon 574 yards an average of 8.8 per carry. He caught 11 passes fora fan club for him.I buster from Cuba refuses to give:. number of high schools in the ..
I Williams and Edward Oglesbywho of 405 He punted 9 times for 285 of'S1.1 After graduating the school hada
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23 56 909 gain yards. an average up trying to regain the, ;welter. city will increase from two to
make up the coaching staffof per kick. His, punt returns, were 18 for a total of 74 yards.He "Matson Day", retired his weight He still believes that more.

185 29 909 the Rattlers* win have their returned 8 ,kickoffs for 261 yard total, an .average ,of 32.6. jersey, and,gilded his track shoes. his chances are just as good as THE FOOTBALL CURTAIN U

charges keyed up to the last FrazIer will be at the Orange Bowl the night of Dec.. ,14 ,to Colleges from a11'over the any ,other. fighter in the business. gradually going down on the 1957

i Sometime Sometime he's be' down op notch in order to improve on last witness the Orange Blossom Classic where he performed as a star. country When he tried graduated to get from Matson.San Gavilan lost the title three years season and basketball Is waiting .

r Be add** subtracts '"" year's outcome.A ago to Johnny Saxton. at the entrance. Junior High
his
he saw jersey
Francisco
He wvrks it aD around record crowd of JAKE GAITHER and his Flori. Schools Senior Schools and
High
41.808
better than six-feet-two per man; again retired ,to the school trophycase.
For December 7, 1957 watched the 1956 Classic and the AGGIES OPEN concentrating on a fast break, the Once the professional seasonis da A and M Rattlers ha.e.again colleges win soon start ringing

Classic Committee is looking will be faster wrapped up the SIAC, champion the basket from all corners of
14 26 84 Aggies considerably over, Ollie returns to San
forward to crowd for ship. He has come through another the court.
f a larger than at anytime in the history of Francisco, U. to continue work
the 1957 COURT SEASON undefeated season. The Rat. THE NEXT ATTRACTION
BIG
f game. basketball at the college and the towards a master degree in education
team's depth has been consider. tiers are to the SIAC what the i on the sports agenda is
-I
ably improved with the addition New York Yankees are to the I the Orange Blossom Classic which'

WITH HAMPTONGREENSBORO eluding: Walter Holtzclaw. 6'5", American League. The pennantis will be played in Miami Saturday

of four-promising freshmen, in- conceeded to the Yankees long December 14 at the Orange
: BOXING CHAMPTO
I ft ftfrf forward.. Charlotte;' 'Bennie Robinson before the baseball season gets BowL Who will the, opponent be? r

N. C. A reportedly Burlington 6'11' guard Bur. underway and,the same thing occurs Well, your guess Is as good as
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"improved1 A&T College lington; Herbert Gray Washington PROFIT BY in the SIAC with the Rat. mine. Suppose we wait and see.

Aggie quintet opens its '1957.58 D. C., 6'5" center and Gerald tiers. Long before the football Smooth Sailing unto we meet

__ 'Cannaa STRAIGHTENS campaign on the home court Junior 510"" playmaker guard I season starts the fans and Rat. again.

\ against Hampton Institute on from Chicago. OTHERBOXERS tier supporters are wonderinghow

Saturday .evening, December 5. The mainsprings behind the badly will the Rattlers beat

ugar Ray Robinson Cal Irvin, head basketball Aggie attack guards Joe Howell the different teams in the con. COLD SUFFERERS

coach, in analyzing the team's 6', junior of Philadelphia and Al ference.
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2 ; -TV* *r> I W>Mfit's prospects for the current campaign Attles 6', sophomore from New. FLOYD PATTERSON, the Get STANBACK tablet or powders.
i a Knockout CHICAGO Floyd Patterson champion for relief of COLD DISCOMFORTS..
almost b il t. world heavyweight boxing
was j u a n ark, N. J. They team ,with for- the youthful heavyweight boxing The S TAN B A C prescription type
Among the facts revealed were: wards Vinson Miller 6'5" junior, stands a very good chance formula it a combination of pain relieving .
champion who loves to ride horses
H his team will be taller averaging Philadelphia and 'joe Gotten, 6'4' cf fighting Pete; Rademacher ingredients that work together
almost as much. as he loves the for FASTER RELIEF of HEADACHE.
sophomore Garysburg,N.C.,along prize-fight that he intends again according to an announce NEURALGIA and ACHING MUSCLESdue
McCLAlfcEN IS TOPSIN with Charlie_ Harrison 6'6" junior, game the says ment made recently by Cus D' to co Ida. STANBACK alto RE.
troubles
avoiding
money DUCES FEVER. SNAP BACK with
PASS CATCHING New York City to comprise the Amate, Patterson's manager ;
that have plagued other boxing STANBACK. -- ) ;
D'Amate la still battling against -r-
P i first-stringers. champs. "I don't inted to windup '
IN
PRO FOOTBALL
the International Boxing Club.
sNER. Following the opening against broke. I have always admired
McCLAIREN IS TOPS TAG THE NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL .
S Hampton the AggreS 'face three- Joe Louis but_ his career shows MIDNITE SATURDAY

. **4&s pifceess CHICAGO.Long Jack Me- other rough opponents in the how a fighter' can surround himself LEAGUE is loaded with NOVEMBER 30th
Negro stars who were standoutsin
c Charles Moore Gymnasium before ,with lot of
"** Chiron the Panama City Flori. a people, spend
v K5I5T ON POiNIRt PROCtSS
collegiate football with th
(Areepw I da star who carved his name in the holidays. They include: Fayetteville money too freely and end up in STRANDAND
FAVOSni UUBER SHOP. exception of Tom Wilson the bril-
fc* the hearts of football lovers State Teachers College the hole.
liant star of the .Los SUN. SAT. DEC. 1.7
Angeles
item and Cdsmstlc ?
tfrog counter while playing with the Wildcatsof December 11; Elizabeth City It was a statement to the press
REGULAR _
Rams who PRICES
never played
Bethune-Cookman College is State Teachers College December by Joe Louis: while Patterson was college

now the National Football Lea. ,17. Other home games include Stl: in training' for his fight with I football. Football history is be. !fL.*w -

gue's receiver Augustine College January 4; Archie Moore, that encouragedthe I ing made by such stars as OI E
top pass as a mem. iif
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: State I Matson of the Chicago Cardinals
JOHNNY SHAW her of .the Pittsburgh Steelers. I Virginia College January 7; young boxer and fired his
111iankenstEE
I I John Henry Johnson of the
Winston-Salem Teachers College desire to win the championship. j1
The Steelers
end I
pass snatching i Detroit Lions Willie
Galimore of
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20 20 JohnsonC. Patterson writes "Joe visited R
January
has upped his total catches to' January ; ; : my i:I
Smith University January 22 training camp just before the II I the Chicago Bears Woodleyi
AND"Jumpin' 31 for 397 yards. Strange as it will haunt yau
.i I i Lewis Dave Mann, and
McClalron and Shaw University, February Moore fight and went back to the "Night
seem, is to
may yet
press and said that r didn't havea Train" Lane of the Chicago Car. farever!
score a touchdown 12. r'ut
punch. Now no fighter likes I[ dinals, Milt, Davis and Lenny

With Johnny"COMING that said about him.-. His state : Moore of the Baltimore Colts, ratty w

You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get ment just made me want to win Jack McClairen of the Pittsburg ( [:
Eros NA ffR ..
all the harder.1' Steelers Tank Younger of the ;

l YOUR WAY Reviewing his brief,career Patterson Los Angeles Rams J. D. Smithof ttti

LOW PRICES writes that his most cru- the San Francisco Forty.

; cial bout, was the one he lost to Niners and Jim Brown of the PLUS SHOCKER

., 9:00 10:00 A.-M.. Joe Maxim back in 1951 when Cleveland Browns. NOTHING COULD
he was 19. "Now'I'm glad I lost FLOYD PATTERSON, the
On Your STOP IT. .
.. f that one. It made me realize whatit heavyweight champion is beginning .
3 : WARNDI BBCROOSEVELT; t' g"
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a felt like to lose and I didn't to stir up the anger of the fK- V;

DRUG STORE NEEDS like that feeling at all. My first fight fans by his, long delay Infighting

; .fi' .;, SBBBBBMSBSBSSSSSSSMSSSSSS. SiSSSMSHSSBBBBBBBBBBBBii9JSBBBMMSHSBMSMa>SHniMM SMMi HiBBBBBB and only loss made me changemy Some people say they I 1

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WE WILL: MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISED sharpness. I also stpped jump. while others say it is not for SUN..TUES.

_ ; ,1:' ing up and around so much too/' I the champ to dock anyone who DEC. 1-3
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LOCAL
t Patterson's interest in boxing challenges him, because that is the "THE
really began as a teenager when one thing that made Joe Louis PERSUADER"JAMES

he tugged his older brothers' famous as a cnamplon. Joe CRAIG WESTERN

WOBSJACKSONVILLE'S WOOD'S DIXIE PHARMACY: fighting togs to fight arenas His fought them as they came the Plus"SPOOK NEW BOWERY BOYS

brothers 'were both top-notch so-called good ones and those who CHASERS"SKYVIEW

1302 KINGS ROAD at .MYRTLE AVENUE fighters. Frank was Golden Glove weren't rated so high, but no SUN-TOES.

I light.heavyweight champion in one ever accused Louis of duck. DEC. 1.3
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ONLY ALL NEGRO .. 1949 and Billy was a promising Ing behind the excuse Mile isn't BURT LANCASTER
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We Deliver We Also FlU AH Doctors' ,Prescriptions "
_ welterweight contender.: good enough. It was the policy "GUNFIGHT AT :
PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION How long will he continur to of ,Joe Louis to take them as
PAY YOUR LIGHT WATER AIVDTEI.E- O.K. CORRAL'also ?
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Richmond Heel was rushed to say that if he can slip by for TALLAHASSEE-Leander Cal- HUSBAND THREATEN i HUSBAND ASSAULTS ....".. .
the hospital last week.,At last report two more months, he will have I houn is serving as staff photographer WIFE '
WITH PISTOL
{ WIFE ON STREET
{ CHIPS Off THE HOCK Brenda is doing ,fine. Joe arrived. ., John Pullins and i of the "Rattler Yearbook :. : ,
HIgdon is still on the mend. He the-madam took in the sights at publication of Florida A: '. i
I C ra1 -By JAY JAY; hopes to get out before Christ the Tropicana Lounge.. ..*..... and M. University. Calhoun is a *
ftJ r-oucswife reported to "police 800- West Monroe Street told police
mas. The number of visitors that
junior from Miami: .
The bars are meeting rugged 7k
can see him are limited. While thather 33-year old husband, she was attacked by her.hus
competition from the late showsof
AVe> would like to sec a campaign the boss is in the sick bay Norma late. One young lady says that : Charlie Lee. Johnson came home band Saturday, November 23 *

to put the Christ .back i In ,, carrie, Buster and the rest she goes to bed so that she can Rooms r'For Saturday. November 23 and start. while she was standing on the *
Chamber of of the staff are carrying on the entFURNISIHcD of Monroe Davis Sts.
If the late corner and
Christmas. get up and see the show. ed threatening her with a pistol.As .i '
and business places works. ?o For Manor She said as she stood there her *
Commerce Many topflight movies are being Single far as she know there was i .
have their way .much longer,, Buster Ford's on the East Sideis shown.; Married'Couple. EL -1109 or no reason for his actions. .. husband Abaham Porter came up 1 *
there will be no need for Thanks featuring exotic dishes as wellas Frank Jenkins is busy enter. EL 50847. : While he was threatening her.,i and slapped her and hit her on *
decorations. We may ar the standard fare over the the head with a bottle. Both par.
the wife said he
giving his brother Nookie' who shot the pistol
well just put up Christmas tinsel+ Thanksgiving Week-end. You taining I one time in the house Mrs.. John. ties were arrested.. .ci *
and holly and :etc. just after Labor should go out there and prder the is visiting from Boston. Nookie I I WILL KEEP INFANTS'FOR son told police her husband left I Patrolmen William H. Harris -

Day. This year in particular, Cornish game hen dinner complete is a former .Stanton' grid great. I driving a 1950 murcery. The and Robert Jenkins investigated.
we think they have overdone it with wild rice. For special He is now a barber. Speaking of I WORKING MOTHER Johnson's live at 1203 W. Monroe I

The lights are on in the streets parties just call him. barbers, Louise Reynolds, lady II Street.. lad SAY YOU SAW IT :
before Thanksgiving. In fact the, ABUOT TOWN: Johnny stew. barber from Daytona is in town. Will Call and Deliver I Patrolmen F. Mack and Ed. IN TILEFLORIDA 1WfJdatjCUa
lights and bangles hanging downtown art and Ralph Maultsby are both Another lady barber Lilly Scon. 1551 W. 2nd Street ward Hicksno investigated.. STAR
haven't given us any typeof mechanized. The two squires of iers of Faust Barber Shop was Phone EL 6-7276 I
feeling let alone the Yuletide the Tropicana are driving two one of the featured models in the

plrit. ...... .. ..glgcpcome ancient vintage Chewies. Johnny Vogue Fashion Show .

Along with Thanksgiving comes The SEAFOOD CenterCORNER

the annual Stanton-GUbert game. 'I .

This teams year were for on the TV.first Station time, both WP] 9 PC.: SOFA BED GROUP REG. $119,,95 MYRTLE AVENUE AND ADAMS to A tip these of the outstanding Pepsi Cup

GA showed the two teams practicing. young Americans, who

Eventually we may get a kJ I JUMBO SHRIMP -- . lb. 98c make our country and
colored our community better
with local a
local program ,. .., 4SPECIAL.. MEDIUM SHRIMP Ib. 69c place in which to live.
the video screens.A . . -
talent on *

delegation from Beta Alpha 'r 4J7995)) LARGE ROE MULLET :. .". Ib. 29c .
Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta x ** *

left the city this week-end to attend '- WHITING ..: . Ib. 25c "tit.

the regional meeting of the SAVE $40.00 SPANISH MACKEREL .:. Ib. 29c -
Sorority. While in Fort Lauderdale iC cc

the visiting sorors will be -Only $1.50 per week- CLAW CRAB MEAT : : lb. $1.00 -+cie
Sis-
the guest of Dr. and Mrs.home is SELECT OYSTERS . pint $1.15
showplace
whose
trunk
the talk of the state. Jacksonville MEMBER FNB STANDARD OYSTERS . pint 98c :ik

'Arey sorors Chrispen making.Kate Graves the trip, Fannie are. t 3 '.FV K : CHARGE '.PLAN. SPECKLED TROUT . ]Ib. 49c t.

Blue and L. G. Coleman. RED BASS . . . lb. ,39c -- ......-.. .Jit,
We understand that Sadie Brax. -:- SOFA BED -:- CHAIR ELIZABETlr1VASIIINGTON "
"EXTRA SPECIAL- FREE PARKING SPACE SIDE AND REAR -JC
of girls are planning 2 LAMPS 2 END TABLES"
ton and a group -:- -:-
JC
,to present a fashion show -:- COCKTAIL TABLE -:- 2 PILLOWS 12 PIECE Matthew; U'. Gilbert .V

League.for Dec.: 13 to _aid the Urban. Eagle Furniture Co. SET OF DISHES THE SEAFOOD CENTERMyrtle Pepsi High Cola School Dealers and iC JT T .

Frederick' L. Sherard his madam, STAB and 230 Broad Street Phone EL 47887 $1.00 Avenue and Adams Phone El 4-1468 Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. 1:
chief,
production are proud to salute Elizabeth ? .
teh kids left the city for the Washington: of the .Tarheel State to. spend Thanks 12th grade class. She is J(
giving holidays with Sberar V f an honor student and Ig'

family in Raliegh. .. '!.. president of the New :
and Pearl Mackey are Homemakers of America.


.. Cottage into counting:Albert their Grove.the new}lays home They until in hope they Klnnon's to move be FREE WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY DINETTE: : *.JLr,.******** ** -tc* .


settled and in place come Christmas
Willie Foster Is, looking.,at -:- 7-PIECE BEVERAGE, ENSEMBLE ,. *

home' sites. He and Ms madam -:- 4PIECETOWEL.. GROUP *
planning tobuild soon .' .';' .
I
Susie
are 2-PIECE KITCHEN GROUP *
-:-
.
back home to live. '
and come '' '
>
.
,;' Something in business ventures : .
new :: : if :. ; < *
has hit town. Two, young ;. .
.. ,. '
.
r fellows have a fix-it shop. They "lJ. ; *

repair most anything and do all '. -.., } .. .* r fk
sorts of odd jobs from cleaing i" .:' "'': ;':" .. ;,-
stoves to windows. Jack's Repair 'j ; -
TYRONE BANKS
Shop is now located on Kings .
James Weldon Johnson
i
Grunthal. \
I\oad near ; Junior High School
Many Jaxons are planning to ': { :
This young man dis
make .the trip to Daytona this '
Cookman's : ... pla's..outstanding .per' .
Bethune .
weekend for "
;;] S J .
.. formance on the Varsity
homecoming. After the game a ;; '*"; O C
basketball team. He |II a
gala ball will be held in the S S.. member of the Dramatic

Moore Football Gymnasium.will make Its.last flingin ; }:: r I\ :: ;4' .5 :i i.i ., :+iC c club popular and well one liked of the young most

.
:
Fr
.
a few weeks. Menabuottownare _: : : + 3. men on the westslde.
reserving their suites in the f' Jc ,
various hotels in Miami now. The tc
opponent for FAMTJ in the Classic : JI.. 1fI..JI..
: '
announced but sentiment : < I
has not been <<
favors the Blue and White ::.:. glad Tigers of Tennessee A. & I. ; L !
.
University. We hope the Tigers > .

come so that they can bring the ...". : : : .:;.'1,

FCL band MAJORETTES.and those ummm We BEAUTI-will bet _#.. .' \ :::: -' tctc

.:. ,
between FAMU and 'J; I.
that a clash tc
.
v
Tennessee will bring in 60.000 :
paying customers. Last year's :. ---t-. + -S Kk
\ i %
41-39 game makes this one a ..- ''''::. c : \ '.. .,
.
natural. olmdey : '
VIVIAN HUNTJlatthew
We think FAMU still has to : ; : ?'
play North Carolina a game .: '.".. .,<:., __: ." "b'' It' W. Gilbert
High School
which was cancelled because of : i :C Tribute U paid to this t"
of December. : ; "f
the According flu on the to the 7th Robins, Francis ;;< < : young lady of the 12th.

Williams does not have long ,.'",..' .-. .' >. .' honor grade class. She is an iC
student, a memberof
.
left in the realm of free and single : : ) '. the Normads Club and iC
that ;. : '"
men. The birds report ; also
serves assistant
: as
he and Veatrice Washington are t-'. ". .secretary of her Sunday iC
planning things for the latter 'F: $/.i School. iC
part of the Christmas holidays ; .. .iC

membership Club El Dorado cards which has Issued are good new J : ONLY $5. DOWN :: : 5 .b .* .

until November of 1958. The new _, $ 9 *
policy of the club is that a membership ,
is good for the Immediate EASY TERMS' Congratulations from Pepsi

family of the members such as ;:. d., 'iL. \* Awarad Cola to winners these !three Merit

wife regulations children.which The apply same to whiskey local :. : NO CARRYING CHARGES: ; ;:t j: .* Listen salutation to Pepsi Merit Award Cola

cocktail lounges and the same -S TEEN TI3 on-WRHO Pepsi, 1400(
closing hours will apply for the 7 on dial
your Saturdays
sale of the hard stuff. For the '. '_' ,.; *7 10..- to 11:45 A.JL

time being the club will not open ON THE CORNER AT ON THE CORNER *
oh Sundays. 1 BROAD ADAMS *

Elvis Preshley will be in chargeof
.
the Ritz during the Thanksgiving *
week-end. The hip shaking x
singer's last picture "Jallhouse E
Rock" started Thursday at the *
f
Davis Street playhouse. I *
Jarons may not know It but
some of the local byos who have

been away in service have done I

many different things. Take Sin. .F p 1
clair Weeks for example. Weeks 1 tti

has won many beautiful body" Pepsi ColaDealers

or male beauty contests. The Vo- ofJacksonville

calional School student os thePossessor \ .... 4eeeo s
of biceps etc., that will .
'
,. .rnake.Chajles Atlas look up.- ----- -';:.; .

Brenda Johnson daughter of --- .. .- .. .. -- .. ''''
Thelma Howard Johnson -of the' / .W/I!!' "'Ii >i.i' '"<. ." -... .., "..... '.' -" -' ''''' ,fi.< : s .. .
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