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Title:
Florida star
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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:
December 7, 1957
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Frequency:
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Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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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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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:
December 7, 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

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00352

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One victim, Lllarene Prince, 18, Police carried Kirkland to NEW YORK Singer Billy TALLAHASSEE -. Dr. A. O.
carried to Daniels lost: .his cabaret license:,
1469 Kings Road was Duval, Medical Center for treat Campbell 68-year-old Tallahassee
; Thursday as the aftermath of a
Duval Medical Center after takingtoe and left him in the custodyof
ment physician, was Indicted on a newabortion
Harlem bottle club shooting'near.-:
many pills of undetermined his sister He was treated,and charge, last Tuesday by
to end her ly two years ago. He also was
drugs in an attempt
i released by Dr. Hardmon {the Leon County grand jury.
I life Wednesday, Dec 4. Patrolmen C. Scriven and C. fined and given a suspended jail i A true ,bill,returned against the
the to police sentence. 1
In relating story '
Barton investigated., i doctor alleged he performed an
"Daniels will work In
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woman's sister said the
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victim young told her brother Willie L. a New York cabaret," Deputy abortion :on a :20-year-old local CITED Rudolph L. Daniels, baslleus of' Thata Phi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi! Fraternity Is
I Police Commissioner James Me.. Negro woman ,Nov. 26. His arrest shown making awards to members of the local 'chapter for twenty fici years or more of service to"the'
; / .Grace ''Jr., 11, to get remark,her some that ALL ISQmET Elroy' said in announcing the sus.I came 11 days after' he' was freed Fraternity Receiving the _awards: Eulene J. Jones, Dr., Leroy P. Ervin, Joseph James and El-: C

water she was'following, going to kill herself. pension of the license. All enter.:on bond on a charge of consipring wood L. J. Banks. The monthly meeting of the Omegas was held at the home -of Mr, and tire.t "

.. When he returned with the water talners need such- a license to Ito h'commit en 'abortion' on ,a.;.local.n Walter WhiteBAPTIST r Ua.S: ; :.< : : i-o..... :,::

,' t IEAnotielWh2StliCVa tztYIng, 1NIn'rLE rr HmE"ROOK 'P rf m i ...!;r- ', ,!" i ,LhfgtiI'lIk.student.i<'c<_ '.. -- .._.,-tirrsy : '
'tp ,do and he ,made *h 'attempt : : v Daniels was assessed 'a $200 .Campbell warms coSvJcted in Feb.! PROTEST U. S. Am. tt ,- ''", J? <

% to,slop her, but failed. fine and given a. four-months' :ruary;; 1956, 'for manslaughter in I ..
She was taken to Duval Medical I ; ROCK- (UPNine, :suspended j jail ,sentence only a :the death of a young Jacksonville

F Center in a private car where she Negro students went to classes I short time earlier. ,mother following an illegal nperal TAKING SIDE IN CONTROVERSYWASHINGTON
was, treated by Dr.. Kennedy. at Central High School ,Monday r The 42.year-old singer 'of "Ole 1 l Uon. During the same session of
i Patrolmen G. Bradley and E. i for the first time with out the i Black Magic" pleaded'guilty to I I circuit court he was convicted of
f Barton investigated I protection of federal, troops. Therewere J JI I,illegal possession-- a gun. He I I performing abortions on. two other: The National Baptist Convention has lodgeda
i } protest against United States' Attorney Oliver Gasch for what theorganization
white
no Incidents. paid the fine as an alternative to women.
I describes as taking sides in a factional fight.
-' DESPONDENT l1A.ATI'DIPTS The last .225 members of the ;30 days in jail.WSILON He' drew three four-year prison The protest signed by 45, Bap. .
101st Airborne .Infantry Division sentences, to run concurrently
SUICIDE list ministers, was our convention, the resolutionstates
left Little Rock last, week when t CHAPTER and was freed on $15,000 appeal directedf
sister of him and
Mrs. Clara Barnes 1 against lis action' .hi authorizing "We invited
the school closed for the Thanksgiving OF ALPHA. GROUP bond. ( '
Willie Kirkland. 56, of 1544 W. I i 10 other Baptist ministers to elected, him to serve. '
ISth, Street told police that her holiday, I I!'PLAN OBSERVANCE He was arrested by the Lean bring quo warranto proceedings i The resolution also declares' xikv
They turned, over the job of;I County sheriffs office Nov. f
'brother became 'very despondent I again in ,the United States, District that every allegation made in the
over his physical condition and keeping the peace at Central Highto I'i Ii Upsilon Lambda Chapter of Alpha 15 and charged with conspiring to Court here. r complaint filed in the District

'attempted to commit :suicide by 900 federalized Arkansas National Phi Alpha will hold, its annual commit an abortion and practicing The..suit would require the Rev.t Court here is false and record"
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cutting his throat on the back Guardsmen. I Founders Day celebration I medicine without a license.He Joseph H. Jackson of Chicago, I of the Convention will so prove.
F porch when nobody was looking. The students arrived In private!Sunday 'at '4:30: p.m., in Edward: was released the same nighton ,president of the Convention anlj,t "We also know that five or*

automobiles. The cars pulled to i l Waters College Chapel 4,500 bond.Campbell 'pastor of. Olivet Baptist Church.the 10 brethren' who filed sui:
C' I the curb: In front of the school I James E. Huger, will, be the pleaded not guilty in I in Chicago, to show by what(against the president of the 'Convention !K!
and they got out and walked In.' for the occasion. He is circuit court
speaker: yeSterday' to prac. right he exercises the office of j j have been a number of.
side the building virtually un.I'presently administrative assistantto Ucmg without a license. His trial president of the Convention., .years, and still are, candidates 1;
noticed. Presitent_ R. V. Moore of was scheduled for Dec..13. He will for the president of the National i
At a meeting of a special com.. MAKES A HIT Talented
i i Troops which have patrolled the ; Bethune-Cookman College. be arraigned In; Leon' County Baptist Convention Inc., the : -
mittee of the Board of Directors Betsch who has been
1 CA .W. :school .grounds on the lawn the Music for the occasion will be court Dec. Ii"on the conspiracy j Jot resolution states, adding: i Marvyn
1 past several days moved out to furnished by the Edward Waters charge. the Convention in Chicago. I studying Europe appeart'd.as
Tuesday, Wednesday, a resolution -I| "It Just happened that they I the featured soprano in a recital .
the sidewalk around the building College Chorus and the band of
Circuit Judge Ben C. Willis set have' not been and not I
are now
was ,threatening In and
adopted a Germany recently
Half a dozen FBI agents cruised James Weldon Johnson and Isaiah ,,
i bond at $2,000 today on the new the choice of the National j
Baptist i
the area In automobiles and i I Blocker Junior High Schools abortion count. march of 10.000 Baptists to, was acclaimed by the critics.' s
Washington to "camp on the door. Convention. j The talented young artist in
four or five city patrol cars were 1 The AlphaVives. Auxiliary I
,in the vicinity but there was no 'will sen'e'as hostesses far the steps" of the United States Court' In a. lengthy letter to Mr. now_ appearing professionallyand
disorder. I I occasIon. LATE FLASHDr. Building here to demonstrate their'Gasch the 45 ministers said they has been signed to sing .
t T A, O. Campbell's 1956 circuit loyalty to" Dr. Jackson if that'is were "horrified and pained be i Bach's Christina Oratorio In ;,

court convictions for man. what the Federal Government. I yond measure" to learn that-'his Stutgartt, Germany, Dec 1315. fIn
REV. C. A. WEAVER IS SPEAKER slaughter and two counts of abortion wants. 't I office had authoriztd a suit, in addition, Muss Betsch i. do- ""

were upheld today by the The resolution declares that the name of the United States, ing a series of lecture and sing.
4 ti North Florida District Court of Dr. Jackson reelected I I ing under the
was president against Dr. Jackson appearances sponsorship
FOR CIVIL LIBERTIES PROGRAMA Appeals. of the Convention at the 1 I The :letter: branded as false the, of the U.S. Government .. "

annual meeting in Louisville, Ky.. ,allegation 'that Dr. Jackson had She is flying home for a ..
in September by. .,a vote of 5,000to 1 I distributed official Convention' brief Christmas holiday
Civil Liberties Day 'Program at Dayspring Baptist Church 16. I{I I badges prior to the meeting of: --

Sunday December 8th will feature Rev.- ,a 'A, Weaver as .the MAN GUILTY M" ."He did not In..any manner:|the Convention and also the allegation .

principal speaker, with many of the leading ministers! of' the city seek to become president againstthe that he had unlawfully ,AMES RULE OUT .
appearing on the program in important roles. win, the wish and the law ot'':taken over the office of president.,
The audience will hear the ap- MORALS CASEA I t
; tor, Dayspring Baptist Church;
: peal of Jimmie Lee Thomas a :
accused Rev. Robt. H. Wilson, Pastor, KLANSMAN GETS 20-YEAR RAP EXTRA SESSION .
Jaxon and
young of rape Bethel Baptist Inst. Church; Rev. 28-year.old Jacksonville man I
_F _sentenced to die' hi the electric H. H. Robinson Pastor Mt. Sinai faces a possible maximmn sentence "
chair for' a 'crime he has continuously Baptist Church;; and Rev. W. B. of 20-years imprisonmentafter FOR CASTRATING NEGRO MAN ST. LOUIS, Mo. It was
denied committing. Other Miller Laura Street Presbyterian being found guilty'this weekof I learned Friday morning that
information that pertains to the Church. a morals offense'by a Criminal I the Bishop's Council voted !
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struggle of Negroes for civil liber It Is the first of a series of :Court jury which'recommended BIRMINGHAM Ala. A third klansman a 45yearoldtormer against calling a special session
ties In Duval County will also'be public information meetings to beheld 'mercy. industrial worker was convicted of mayhem and ,sentencedto I of the General Conference.

_,. .RU_"",,V'IIT y aired. In ,Duval County, sponsoredby 'I The ,defendant, Willie Lee Rob. a maximum of 20 years for mutilating a Negro handyman.Jesse I Earlier reports had said that
there sentiment for
Pretty Sadie. Braxton will Among those who will appearon the Loyal Sons Daughters ,ens accused of W. Mabrjr was convictedand was strong
was : an assault,on men Labor Day night. calling an extra session to take '
lend her charms and talents to the program are: Mrs. W. D. Of Duval County, to ,,awaken: the I a 16-year-old girl in'-en old, cemetery sentenced Wednesday by a Three,others remain to be tried. such matters as the BishopD.
the "Fashion Extravaganza" Lucas, who' will preside; Rev. W. people of the many oPPortunitiesthey on Oct. 29, 1956. He win be Circuit Court jury which delib Judge: Alta L. King called the up. Ward Nichols ease which
.when she as the featured E. Young of Tabernacle Baptist are. denied as citizens and sentenced Dec 16 heardof
appears on by Judge erated about 58 minutes. His at crime the worst he had ever Involved his suspension and hissubsequent
attraction in the show. Church; Elder W. R., Nesbitt of Tax payers, and the many injustices William T. Harvey. torney filed notice of appeal and In 35 years as a lawyer. reinstatement .by

The affair is being sponsored The Church of God. Rev. I. D. they are forced. to accept. Roberts failed to show up after bond was set at $20.000* Two of the six accused testified the Judicial Council which
for the benefit of the Hinson; Pastor.Grant Memorial Musical Selections will be furnished the lunch recess when court re Two others previously were con? that the incident was carried out ruled his trial unfair.

Urban Leatae's t nMal fund A-M.E. Church; Rev,. A. E. drum, by_the_ Dayspring Choir, convened at 2:15 pan. TuesdaY. victed and given the maximum as a protest to Negro; school integration i The case will be taken up
drive ,and win ,be held Friday ady; Pastor, St. Paul Baptist; Edward- Waters College,- .Choral After waiting until 2:30 pan. the sentence in the castration of efforts hi Birmingham. at the regular 'General Con.
aigbt. >December Uth Rev. A. J. Hughes? Rev.. A.*B. Group'and'the_ *Westminister,Choir .
In the trial resumed in his absence and Judge .Aaron, 34-year-old Negro Mabry admitted going along ference which meets in California

auditorium. .of New Stanton Coleman, Pastof' Shiloh, Baptist of Laura r Street Presbyterian. ...- finally at 3:30 pan. Roberts came handyman who was kidnaped, with the others_but denied taking in 1958.
Senior
-High. School.. Church;_Rev. c. A. Weaver. Pas- 9mrcf.,:, back... to, the courtroom., _...... ,: ,-.r .. ,_beaten: and mutilated by'Klans- part in the mutilation. .
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-J ;t NEWS. By ERIC O. SIMPSON .. J-

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HOPE RIGHTS COMMISSION WILL ACHIEVE PURPOSED -
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Published by The Florida Star Publishing Pres1de'Dt _
The I new Civil Rights Commission appointed by )

.- Eisenhower is one which- appears to be able to do a good job.
lAIN OFFICE & PLANT: S We sincerely hope that the members will succeed in achieving
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Moncrief Road ............... EL 4-6782 EL' (..6783'ZSS ___ ;1 '' the purposes of the commission as set forth in the civil rights law.

R' 11.1.Downtown Branch Office: 423 Broad Street-Phone EL 4U3773 : The commission's m e m b e r s
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.".'.",., '. _"";... ',' ,,we appointed I Dr. John A. Hannah vice chair

:.." ti ,by the President I man, president of Michigan State
Mailing Address:
'" > on Nov. 7. Gen. University and a former Assist-
P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida 1 end Eisenhower ant Secretary of Defense ?

Eric O. SImpson "..............,......................:..Editor [still must selecta John S. Battle former governor
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.Altamae Richardson .......................Circulation Dept. 'director for the The Rev*. Dr. Theodore M. lies-
...'. commission. All burgh, president of Notre Dame
commission BP.pointments University. "
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Member of.Associated Negro Press : are
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5 Robert G. Storey, \\1
"y _. SUBSCRIPTION RATES -' [subject to Senateconfirmation Southern .Methodist .University ;!

.One Year, $:LOO; Half Year, $3.00; Three Months, $L80 .r +l'l. Y [r but Law School and a former president ;1 +t

Mailed To You, Anywhere In, The United Staten [,the civil rights of the American Bar Asso- 1;
body I may beginimmediately. elation.
.Subscriptions Payable in Advance. Send tbecks or Money Orders To: SlM1 sUiv .
'" kFWB1DA O r .r ryr J. Ernest Wilkins, Assistant
STAR-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA The Senate Judiciary Commit i
Secretary of Labor.In
f ti i rl tee of which Sen.. James O.
k addition to investigating the
:::: Eastland (D.Miss.) is chairman
TEENAGE i' f! will be the first Senate unit to denial of voting rights, the Civil
VIOLENCE AT BALL PARK Rights Act says that the commission -
ri receive the names of the commission shall: .
members. Sen. Eastlandis
S of all 1. "Collect information concern
_y SHOWS URGENT NEED FOR STEPS civil an rights extreme measures.opponent ing legal developments constitut

ing a denial of equal protectionof
The commission members are as
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,follows:
TO "
CORRECT'DELINQUENTS tion.
Stanley F. Reed, chairman, a
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retired associate justice of the ..
dies of the federal government
U. S. Supreme Court
The recent display of hoodlumism by a group of with respect to equal protection

youths following the East-West Classic football of the laws.
game at :, r The commission must submita
the Gator Park in incident that stirs and VETS CORNERHere
an our concern
final report by Sept. 9, 1959.
should I But They Still Stand, Asp A Sore Spot On Democracy
certainly arouse the interest of our citizens.Inn .

addition to damaging people's cars these restless youngstersmade

physical attacks upon passersby and Inflicted injury upon are authoritative answers s

white and eolored citizens for no reason whatever, other than from the Veterans Administrationto
Just plain wicked recklessness. Your Weekly questions of interest to former

servicemen and their families: 1 1b
This teenage hoodlumism Is not confined to Jacksonville alone,
Q. May veteran take socalledavocational
nor is it confined to the Negro youths alone. It is a national Horoscope Guide or recreational

menace which requires the concern of all races. ,
courses under the Korean GI
Despite the fact that teen-age violence and vandalism among WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR Bill? 6 l

Negro youth as well as white youth is a psychological affect
BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL A. Yes, but only if he submits
created by our national evolution, it behoves Negro parents and -
justifications to VA that the '4
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Negro leaders to take steps to correct this waywardness among our ASTROLOGER
By PABLO, The course will be of bona fide use _
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and _
in his business or occupation. ,
The reason for the need for urgency In, correcting the behavior v- if VA gives' him prior apvroval.-

among Negro youth is the age-old fact that the Negro is alwayson ARIES join hands in warning you a- or working: far others you have However, courses in bartending, : .

trial and his misdeeds are always heavier than those of the Born March 21st Thru April 19th .I I rainst the deleterious effects of splendid reasons to get into a dancing or personality development .

whites'. Moreover, In these days of tension between the races it is The (7th) indicates that all important overwork and overindulgence. You happy frame of mind. Business are prohibited.

necessary, that colored people take care to conduct themselves in a decisions and plans shouldbe can safely relegate some of your should be good, money should be Q. I am a widow of a World ylAsa twyl

gentlemanly manner wherever they go. complete if you want everything 'tasks and responsibilities to persons coming in, and correspondence or War veteran, and I have decided .

Incidents such as the attacks on white citizens could have to go on schedule. Avoid i who are close to you and personal relationships lift your ,to continue receiving death

easily touched off a race riot But thank heavens Jacksonvillehas taking a dim view of romance or !absolutely trustworthy. ago and spirits. The (7th-8th) recommend compensation payments rather With nations throughout the

a good portion of respectable white citizens who understandthe other matters close to your heart !6-70-88-69- -859. that you 'have a compre than payments under the Suri.'or word world of flaunting God as power set down. .in. the the

problem and are slow to stirring racial strife when the Sun conjoins Saturn hensive budget to cover the purchase \ Benefits Act. If I do switchto Bible centuries ago, is still the

E.OJ5. ((8th). Adjust to circumstances. LEO of presents and social com Survivor Benefits payments, greatest power on earth.

2-10-22-12-21-221. I Born July 23rd Thru August 23rd mittments so as to forestall subsequent could I at some later time change This year again: millions of
Americans of all faiths will join
I The ,((3rd) shows that you embarrassment. again to death compensation pay. from
I in daily Bible reading
PRESIDENT'S UNITY PLEA'HAILED TAURUSBorn I should not lose any time to workout 7--30-28-97-732. ments? Thanksgiving to Christmas. The

v. April 20th Thru Slay 20th i a comprehensive plan and to A. No. Once you have electedto American Bible Society invites

The ((3rd) suggests that it is 'carry it out without further adi. receive payments under the you to join along with people from
all the rest of the world in
SAGITTARIUSBora
BY NAACP LEADERPresident not too early to think of ways I The (7th) is another symbol of Nov. 23rd Thru Dec. 21st Survivor Benefits Act, the law reading over the verses listed below,
and means to surprise and reward social doings and stimulating and prohibits your switching back to which were selected by numerous
those who share your intimate heart-warming parties and re You have the advantage of being death compensation payments.Q. denominations..in the interest of

life. For their wits, and unions. The ((8th) counsels you able to recognize what is going May a SpanishAmericanveteran Worldwide understanding, and
Eisenhower's appeal to Americans to put aside "any not to become immoderate in on behind the scenes and putting to work in the direction of
subtle methods to find out just with a nonservice-con- good,all the world over.
.divisive influence among us of whatever kind,' won the prompt what this may"mean to your future power
what those close to their heartsare your enjoyment of the good netted disability receive VA outpatient DECEMBER
support ,of the National Association far the Advancement of Colored pining for. The (7th) recommends things in life.320II1943549. way of life. The Full Moon treatment. 1 Advent
and Sun Saturn
.People. # .' that you work out a sensi. conjunct recom A. He may. However veteransof Sunday..... Romans 13:7.14 .,
mend the use of exceptional tact, 2............... James 1:1.27
Following the President's first address on science and security ble budget to meet this month'srequirements all other wars may ,receive
,-. and wisdom when approachingthe 3............... Genesis 1:1-31 's.
on Nov. 7, Roy Wilkins NAACP executive secretary, sent a tele- rather than actingon VIRGO VA out-patient treatment only for
question of budgets and eco 4................ Psalms 8:1.9 !I
gram to the White House affirming the Association's support impulse. The (8th) confirms Born August 24th Thru Sept 23rd nomics service-connected ailments.Q. 5............. Psalms 139:1-24
with with
"because national security requires the full utilization of thecountry.'s that the smart and shrewd buy' You are not one to jump head your mate. ."I am a disabled Korea veteran 6.1wfatthew 20:17-29 11'
4-90--66- -63-493. 7............ Ephesians 4:1-'2'
total potential"Moreover ers get the best values for the. long into things without first taking on-the-job training 8 Universal ?

Mr. Wilkins told the President, "Negro Americans, least money. Clear up debts and planning everything down to the under the Vocatolnal Rehabilitation Bible Sunday Exodus 20:1-17 (

11 as in the past, pledge their cooperation in the national security obligations. I last[ detail. The (4th-5th) advises CAPRICORNBora Act. As my Job training pay 9.Matthew: 22:15-40
.......... Romans 8:14-39
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-$ -20- 54 -635.
holiday will VA reduce I
1 program, asking only the unrestricted opportunity to secure the getting your correspon- Dec. 22nd Thru Jan. 19th goes up, my
11....... I Corinthians 13:1.13 '
1 education and training necessary to enable them to contribute fully dence ,and shopping quickly attended __The (4th-5th) can verify that monthly. subsistence allowance?.. 12............... I John 4:1.21
to the defense of their country." GEMINIBorn to in order to get aheadof your hopes in this connection are A. Yes. Your subsistence may 13............. Matthew 6:1-23

May 21st Thru June 21st the rush. You 'should have well-founded and that be reduced by an amount considered 14............ Matthew 5:27-48
You have reason to be proudof everything set: and 'arranged so your equitable and just.Veterans 15 Sunday..... Matthew 6:1.18 I
chances of eventually accomplishing 16............ Matthew 6:19-34 .r
your intellectual ,accomplishments as to be sure that there can be these objectives are promis S 17............. Matthew 7:1-29 ..i J

I and so do your associates, no hitch by the time the (7th) ing. The (7th and the 8th) com- 18................ John 3:1.17 I J
and Select ( living in this area 19................. Titus 2:1.15 '
according to the ((3rd) Still, you (8th). : practical gifts "lo
LETTERS To The EDITOR ii iiThis may have 10_make some concessions for youngsters and other loved I bine warn against overworkand who wish further information 20............... Isaiah 11:1-9 i
. j exposures to wintry weather about their various benefits 21..v Isaiah 63:1-12: "
to the more conservativeideas ones. when fatigued or when your resistance should write or visit the VA 22 Sunday......... John 1:1.18 )1.
I of, persons who share your 5 50-22 48-21-528. is lowered. Your mate 23.............. Hebrews 1:1.14 i t
fortunes for the' sake of mutualprosperity Office at, 30 Main Street, Jack- 24..........>. Matthew 1:18-25 j'A
is the ninth.,in a series of letters written to the and other associates can lighten' sonville, Fla.) 25 Christmas. Matthew 2:1.12 J1
and security. The ((the .
FLORIDA STAR by a White Citizen, expressing his views and LIBRABora your burdens. / Pit
j r possible solution to the segregation: problem In Jacksonville.. 5th) discloses that material considerations Sept. 24th Thru Oct. 23rd 1-40-77-38-75-147. DO'S AND DON'TSzq4 =t t
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and achievements are I I
THE FLORIDA STAR The will open the way for unusual II
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of extreme importance if
you I
P, O. Box 561 year stop their education after and exhilarating social It
: want to have all the comfortsand
'Jacksonville. Florida high, school? events before as well as after AQUARIUSBorn t .
->"t- The next question is how to advantages that only moneycan the holidays.The Jan. 20th Thro Feb. 18th { \

buy. (8th) also admonish you to You no doubt have some very 1
Dear J.r. Simpson ,encourage our youths to go on 7-50-44-48-43-734.: I )
_ Recently I read in the paper to college. I say our various draw up a sensible and all inclusive I ambitious ideas about your future

that some 60,000 high schoolgraduates civic groups, newspapers, radio I plan so' as not ,to omit important I way of life, but you must not forget -

will not go to college stations, TV stations and otherorgan1za.Uons CANCER t people and to remain that money, or the lack of '

After"they receive their diplomas.I should put on, a Born June 22nd Thru July 22nd within your budget. I it, will be the final denominator v

don't_know how many of this tremendous drive to raise money This is quite a good week to 8 60 S3 58 31-861. about. your prospects of achIeving -

60.000, will be Negro boys .and for more scholarships to be show. the stuff you are made of I your purposes. Your chances

i gi 1 but, I would imagine the given every year. in -:the fields of' productivity, SCORPIOBorn improve when you amass the necessary

percentage, is _. over whelming The Jacksonville Journal some moneymaking, creativeness and Oct.' 24th Thru Nov. 22nd i capital, with the aid of

compared to the White students. years back started such a drive romance. The (7th) and the ((8th]) Whether you are an employer I the one who shares your aspirations

and out the first athletic! according to the 5th.
(t This can be blamed on the gave '
GET YOUR 1957 9-' -88-69- -978. .
moSt part to financial reasons scholarship' to the- University of HOROSCOPE READING FOR I i-ri

(but .in many cases it's just the Florida. Use this coupon. Learn more about yourself. Send 10 cento (one I I II I

(lack, of ambition and desire for I don't know whether or not dime In coin) for each horoscope ordered by maIL Include self ....

[better; 'education on ths part of your three big Negro colleges. addressed, stamped envelope. Write plainly. This offer does not.apply PISCESBora
Feb. 19th Thru March 20th
student. I Fisk University in_ Tennesee, or to residents of the dominion of Canada.
|the There seems to be better
no opportunity frA'
f.f.fr...Simpson, I think it is the Hampton Institute in Virginia, or r p7nWroRtM: ; MM. wm -- i, MM w,' than that offered by
Tuskeegee in Alabama, give out :
; of adult citizen in STAR ASTROLOGER.
uty every ; the (3rd) to shine in the light of
_ scholarships, or not, but 'if theydon't
this community to impress upon it is high time they did. I P. O. BOX 561 S.-, .' I II unusual achievements and to reap

; Jour'Drouth both white and Negro, FLA. ;: .-' the rewards to which you are
5 5 If the Florida Star will starta
_ .' of on to I J.ACKSONVlLLEl. : : "
..the advantages going drive to give an athletic : I entitled.Hold your ground but
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after from Name .. ,. .. .
college graduating ;'M1 I --.,...'-sett don't try for more as the (7th.
'high. school. ,In this day and age scholarship, or: any type scholarship I ;> ?'" .-- ;'... .. <..... ; 8th) suggest that this'is'the best
for Florida A&M or Bethune- I
Ad4reu't': _
of ballistic missiles and sputniks +-; course to follow. This probably is
Cookman will be the first to .
we have to have more and more .: 1 : ...:..:......t'...,
college trained specialists in the contribute. I .' CKy _,r I probably Is the best week for the 1"DON'T

various: fields _of an atomic age Let's get some of those 60,000 .. '<: ; ,. ,_ ;, -:.state purchase and mailing of gifts ",

in order to keep up with the Pest students'to .go on: to college next I Dai*.of Btrtfa;; ... : ; ,'f I and cards,. especially where they "

."oftheword'How are-'we goingS year. Date .. Mom are destined for distant points ANNOY OTHERS BY YOUR LOUD

S i"do:'.it, if 60,000 students every A WHITU:! CITIZEN: !-. '-, ,- ......: .-. _. .J 6-SO-55-79--53-682. TALKING IN PUBLIC. PLACES.

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:/: xl'1l:: .. t : IN FASHION SHOW HERE DEC. 13
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L3 Extravaganza"" to be presented In the auditorium of New Stanton

l II' I High School, Friday night, December 13, with an array of glamorous -

.., '-- '. .. 1 j damsels and personable young men. )
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# } by the Sadie Sewing Circle is
; ; o. .M GOSSIE PAIGE a
scheduled to at 8:30
begin p.m.
Thanksgiving: Day and the ensueing r 7 and features Mrs. Sadie Braxton,
on the local scene with the usual humble spirit 'that befits such oc'Tcasion A
... Jacksonville matron who .
i enhanced by oral expressions "of gratitn for many things. TO SERVE AT 1 popular
\ A recently completed a course in
f- However, the weeken.dVaS not lacking in social events, as sevoral 4 modeling at a local modeling
organizations got Into the act to provide relaxation and lend
; !' I school.
atmosphere of cultural nature. ELKS PROGRAM
I a
t oL1 In addition to Mrs. Braxton,
.' ,.. The Jacksonville Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psl Frater. the "Fashion Extravaganza will
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nity.:held Its installation banquet last Friday evening at Club 1Dorado. b ring 1 before the footlights a
1.Irs. Gussie Page a religious
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S w umber of the Gateway City'spopular
civic and fraternal leader of the

Mrs. Amy. Currie, a member of Gamma Rho Omega Chapter city and one of the leading young men and women

of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority performed the Installation rites. figures in.the Mt. Calvary Baptist who will display the latest Ivy
:\ I Officers installed wereLongineu Parsons!, Polemarch; Klllfe Bonner i ___ -- Church will serve as mistress of League styles for the smart set.

I > Vice Polemarch; James Williams, Keeper of Records; William John. -__ ...L.-..............,. -_ ceremonies at the banquet and Some 'of the Jaxons who will ;

ion, Exchecquer; William Sweet, Historian; George Starkes, Strate- BRIDGE SESSION.-Members and guests ,of the L'Amie Bridge Club are seen In a bridge program that is being sponsoredby lend their talents to the show
include Miss Pierce Miss
I Otis; Dr. R. E. Smith, Dean of Pledgees; and Julius Guinyard, Re- session held last ,Saturday night, November 30. Betty King,
porter..- Mrs. E. L; Feacher, and Mrs. Aretha Johnson. At the second, table are Mrs. Lucille Babies, Mrs. 186 IBPOE of W. Monday nightat ,
Rosa
Mrs Oliver, Mrs.
f Doris Bennett and. Mrs.,'Lois Avery Randall. Mrs. Lucille P. Jones who entertained the Elks Home 712 W. Duval Dorothy
Casaius W. Jones, was toastmaster for the occasion and Chester Louise Guinyard, Mrs Exson, Mrs. Elizabeth Nelson, ;
k In her West 1st Street' home is Mesdames Louise Street.
seen standing.
and Its
4 Cqwart awarded special citations to J.R.. E. LEE, JR., vice the Club guests Mrs. Ernestine Murphy, Joseph
Randall and Doris Bennett_ here, of the club. The Daughter Elks are planninga
Lois guests
I 1 l .:.-president_: .of Florida A. & M. University, Tallahassee; Dr. R. E.j Guinyard Avery grand affair and they are work. Hopkins, Prince Matt, Jr., Seth

SMITH,'"'retired local pharmacist:' DR. WILLIAM L. REDMOND, ing towards a glorious evening in Darby and Willie Wilson.

'I'II 'j j :..:J local dentist and 'DR. S. S. CAMPBELL, local physician BETROTHAL MOTHERS CLUB HAS I I Miss. Virginia Jackson- an atmosphere of talented speakers I Serving as narrator for the
I :V; ROSCOE WEBB of the Miami Alumni show which is being presented to
: I Chapter was special ANNOUNCEDThe PARtY FOR,GROUPSThe To Wed Edward Wilson and singers and a delicious
aid the Urban League's financial
the
at'
: guest. banquet repast.
i- : .fund, drive will be Mrs. Estella
t' Some of the hostesses for the
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Jackson B. Lovingood.
mothers' Club of Susie E. announce the betrothal of their event are: Mrs. Mildred Daniels.

'! ., Theta Phi Chapter of Omega Psi Fraternity held its election Tolbert School presented a tlrll- daughter, Virginia, to Edward Mrs. Janie Cannon Mrs. Eliza

.''l meeting last Saturday evening in the home. of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. day party recently for fr!?r'-, Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hall, Miss Wilhelmlna Anderson GLEE CLUB SLATES

I WHITE, 1458 West Fifteenth Street. \ parents and faculty members. Zebedee Wilson Mrs. Ethel Griffin, Miss Hazel: CHRISTMAS CONCERTThe

l Tables were decorated, representing The widding will be an eventof Lloyd Mrs. Ethel Lee Simpson,I
i Glee Club of the 45th
The slate of officers consist of RUDOLPH DANIELS, Baselius;
each month of the J&r. December14th Mrs. Gertrude Moore, Mrs. Emma .
y evening
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William Scott, Jr.. Vice Basileus; Dr. Buford W, Kidd, Keeper of Saturday Street Junior High School, will
A program war presented by tli3 at 6 o'clock in the home of Siplin, Miss Catherine Crad-
Records and Seals; Dr. Leroy C. Ervln, Keeper of Finance; ElwoodL. be presented in a Christmas con..
program committee from z the bride-elect's parent, 2020 dock, Mrs. Edith Hicks Mrs
,I J.. Banks, Chapter Editor; Willie Robinson, Chaplain; Percy LParsons rtM. Mozella Prudence and Mrs. Janese cert December 16, at 8 PJH.
Woodside Avenue.No
/.-, Keeper of Peace and Parllmentarian; and Ernest Wyatt, theme, "Happy Birthday M ether" Daniels.Daughters". The Choral Parents Club, or-
Invitations will be sent but ganized to for the
/ help provide
d an of Pledgees. -
J '. relatives and friends of the Floretha Andersonand
needs of the pupils enrolled in
JAMES JONES, a pledgee, was present at the meeting' ABout5PEOPLE couple' are invited. Margaret Costello will serveas choral music, plans this presentation

.-:s;'DR. BUFORD W. KIDD was elected delegate to the Omega A. deans of hostesses.INDUSTRIAL as its major financial effort.

,I t '' Convlave" s to be held to St. Louis, Mo. December.. MUSIC DRAMATIC Various arrangement of ChrIst-

*>: i. Other members'present were Eulene Jones, Joe II. James, RECITAL SLATED r CLUB mas melodies, sacred secular and

I ':-l.Robert W. Gray, James Lloyd, Clifford Grimes, Jimmy Thompson Mrs. Beulah W. 'McClellan. pop. -. .PLANS PARTY DEC. 21 popular numbers will be renderedby

:xj and;Marion Guyton.r uyar Jacksonville Mtron of 1594 The' Junior Missionary Societyof .the Glee Club, under the di.

,'' -. W. 15th Street, is vacationing in Mt. Sinai Baptist Church pre. The Young People's. Department rections of Richard T. Hadley.No .
I -. ..- .. of the B. S. A. IndustrialClub admission will be
.' S '- ., Atlanta Georga. v. sents- the Clark Sisters in a music charged.

f :. :'."v The home of Mr. and Mrs.t Junius Jones, 1540 W. Fifteenth u She is the guest of Mr. and and dramatic recital Sunday will present a Pre-Christ.
:, night, Dec. 8 at 7 o'clock in the mas Party December 21, at 7P.M.
Mrs. Cornelius
f :- '\.Street;, was the setting for a regular meeting of the ..L'AMIE King, socially 930 "
at West Beaver Street.
church auditorium. The sisters I COLD SUFFERERS
.. prominent Atlanta .
BRIDGE CLUB, held last Saturday evening. couple
Mrs. McClellan is Star are Misses Claudette, Clara and: Music wfll be provided by
-%*.?.;&, Mesdames Alice McIntosh Lois Avery Randall Doris"" G, Bennett Reverend and Mrs G. W. editor of The Jacksonville Edition Journal Gwendolyn Clark and are all Frank Williams and his Rock. Get r STAN.li;.r BACK of COLD, tabUU DISCOMFORTS.orpowdara.tor .

I. r and Louise Guinyard, the latter: being the high scorer for: the even. Washington of this city and and a member of Iota Phi members of the church, singingin ettes. All Junior and Senior High I The S TAN B ACt K'pr..crlption typo
the Gainesville announce the en. School Students in. formula I ii a combination; of pain relieving
t lng among guests. Lambda choir 3. Organist for the recital are cordially
and the Gallant
; gagement of their daughter, sorority .ingr di.nt* that work togtthar
is Mrs. Catherine. Smith. vited.
'- The club roster is composed of MESDAMES LUCILE BAINES, Vetrice Charlotte Ladies club for FASTER RELIEF of HEADACHE.
S to Francis The society is inviting its many; The party will be sponsored by NEURALGIA and ACHING MUSCLES
MILDRED M. GREEN ANNIE MAE McINTOSH LUCILLE P. Williams, son of Mrs. Rosa due to cold STANBACK ado REDUCES
friends and co-workers to be Mrs. Minnie Ree Black and Miss
? JONES, MISS ARETHA JOHNSON, and MRS. EMMA L. FEA- Williams of. this city The Mrs. B. E. McKeever who is I FEVER. SNAP BACK with
f CHER alternate member who won the booby prize. wedding will be an event of president of Usher Board No. 1,II i present. Martha E. Wright. STANBACK.J i ii ir
"% x St. Paul AME Church it
left the
:. Mrs. Baines and Miss Johnson won first and second prizes, respectively December 28 at. 5:30 o'clock In ;
f the city Wednesday morning for Ocala .
I? and in the order mentioned. Central C.M.E. Church. to attend the. funeral of her I '

-"'4, KThe menu consisted baked turkey served with a delicious, uncle. Mrs.. McKeever may be *

I S' S old-fashioned dressing; green beans with potatoes; hot rolls, served contacted at: 427 West Ocklawha >ONr IIVSIN THE 7 :

d with butter fruit salad, served on lettuce; hot coffee. and potato JUNIOR.CHOIR PLANS Avenue, ::SHADOW OF GRAY HAIR

_ pie., CHOIRS ON PARADEThe .
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i .., f.t Junior Choir and Choir RING WRM-._ F L' 9.5: L H OtVJbk rr:;

1 .. The male guest; got into the bridge act last Tuesday !evening No. 3 of Tabernacle Baptist SUFFERERS .. J 1 }iieir5kr ;

,when Mrs;.Bernice Henderson was hostess to a meeting of the Co- Church will feature IF Too HA.YI aRt BITTLE HAm. Do\NDItutr, : "" .J
''' "Choirs on TETTER.ECZEMA,RINGWORM.OTHEl.IIaK : .?::
# aaml Bridge'Club, The meeting was held at Daniel's College Inn. Parade" December '15 at 3 PJH. 01.SCALP OKfATJONS. POSULAN WILL U. J: >'.: .., or. .. .i':,..
I ... roan Tl.AHSaol.Y aside: or THT SCALING ; ; i;": i
i The ,at the :Mr. and : :
.l :following persons 'Were present meeting: In' the auditorium of the church AND ITCI@/G. AJt TOn DOCTOR BIlTOGBt:

I !Mrs. Jonathan McCone;' :Air. and l1rB.VUUam Bentley; Mrs. and Melvin Grace will serve as mas EIAOTIOAM OR BARBER ABOUT PJERSOLAK... loveIier..wjtarieuse

ti !Mrs. Isaac Simmons; Mr. and Mrs Frank Courtney; Mr. and Mrs. ter of ceremonies. Various choirs : : J

_ Ira Randolph (she Is the former Mrs. Juanita ',Jackson BelL) Mr. and musical groups have been. in. HprsuliiL&\. 1 \SSU ::: j, : ;

f land. Airs. Julius Guinyard; and;: Mr. James Henderson, husband oft vited. .uU u ,tAr re, sic.twle _.ScAlp.. ..OP............ .: 5 .
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Jf.tf 'tl f. m'J't
I Mrs. Randolph was high scorer for the evening. and received --' :::;. ; 'n>' __ Lf .: t
.. .... the first place award; Mrs. McCone won second prize; Mrs. Bent. -- -- <

.; the hostess. "" i'r". DELCER'SAUCTION !,. j I

I" ley..th1rd.. ; sad. -Fbtrs.. Guinyard, 'foiirUw 1 / .* 5:. ,. i '"
<< "' 5 *'The previous meeting was held: in.. the palatial home of land, .
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;1 :., Mrs1Jonathan'McCone on Begonia Road. Mrs. Dorothy Dunlap.. and I<:
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*Gl: guests 1 ,", '.''- IL.ryT
Mrs." Doris Bennett were at _the ,meeting._ _

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"'l_, MISS VETRICE CHABLOTTEE WASHINGTON FRANCIS.. *
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: :.. T. WILLIAMS have selected December 28 as the date. for their SALE OF T' ;

''wedding which' will be solemnized in Central CME ,Church.. 1.

Miss Washington is a local schoolmarm and-. the bridegroomelect r .

is in the U.S. Postal Service..' >
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MRS. FLORIDA DWIGHT a pioneer citizen of Jacksonville, ': "{4:..
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was hostess; to a meeting of the SEMINLOE CULTURE CLUB .' j; :) < w "'
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55 5. last' "..Monday evening' held in her home at 1050 W. Eighth Street. r .A> ; .' ;

Mira 'P..' G. AARONS, another beloved citizen, is president of ;,: "

the; club Yvn. ; : : C-a : UNCLAIMED LEFT. IN STORAGEHere's
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fur at
your'opportunity tp own a a 5/ .

,,-DRf AND 'MRS.:'H. JAMES GREENE spent a week-end 4n.Mi fraction of its original worth. Persion Lamb :: j ; ,(

ami recently;/here .Dr. Greene participated-in a school evaluation J., <' ,' ;
". ', Muskrat Squirrel Seal Carracul l, Fox,
confab. /:. ',

.".,- ':Moulton, etc. Hundreds of fine"- quality furs Step..out into the bright world of youth with just one applicationof i 0

.'.- '..-. -all sizes. .. Godefroj's famous Larieuse,Hair col. 'n g. Gray, faded hair IL T .i #

The Kevinettes, :a group comprising one of the-city's: leading ", r, is gone and in its place=long- .,tiDg color with the deep, Bl Cg f

bridge clubs, met recently in the 'home'C f MRS.LUCILE CLARK, -:- Furs -:- Jackets ". '. -:- Coats silky glow that takes years off your looks even makes yew :

-2021;Durkee Drive, with :MRS. HELEN B. ROBINSON as hostess. -=- Capes Ai- Stoles -:-"ScarfsSALE fed time glance in mirror. 4
younger every you a wy.
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Ruth Childs Ruth Bonner Louise %
Mesdames
Guinyard, Daisy
; Modern Larieuse is easy to apply. Don't wait another day-give ;
:5L, Baker, and Barbara Harper were special guests
,. your hair the vibrant glowing look of youth. .as lovely as this
.,'* .Kevlnettes present included Mesdames Dorothy Oliver, Doris G. A 'M. v professional model. with Larieuse!

: Bennett, Sarah Lovett, Celeste 'Nicks Pearl Mackey and Essie D.McCray. .5 ,
.f> ,.. 'e 1 s
*' ThursdayDec. ,
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... y .. JUST FOLLOW THESE 3 EASY STEPS
: ':' = STARTS ,.
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i club include MESDAMES GERALDINEffnLLIARD. "
Mother members of the,
12th .
GEORGE THELMA GREENE, and the -
". EMMA LEE T. ,
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>'., hostess 42-
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The menu which proved to be a .gourmet delight, consisted ',- ....... .
; of'gealed' t crab 'salad, made of the stone shelled. crab, native of .. 262 RIVERSIDE AVENUE-i-!; :: ':.. -. ?, .I.{ i 18 gorgeous shades.

.:If..: Key :y.eatl, served' seafood? .O ;% dessert*'consisted ,of .aerviBgB, of ,delicious 2.Apply Godefro/t lor- '3. After color has cfevef.ly. reds, rich browns or deep

pound cake". ,'a;...:: ... "fi MOVING.& .A* If.drie,. aIz Cod- {..... with handy applicoOJMd.ahalwpoohoiragofni glowing blacksOPEFROY'MANBFACTURING
-: ., .' .,. ;: b.elcher' frog's,Lomas.CII de.d.d. tor Indvded in pa og.. Mt In your fovorB.fyU.. ..:;
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tit W1tUe': ub """o' ::; OUTer }. COMPANY, ,3510 OLIVESTREET: ST. rouis 3 t3'MISSOURII.Shonpoobairffcaroogb .
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I'i f Mt.- PleaantPlans Annual, Observance Sunday., .1




,I 1 MASONIC FAMILYHOLDS 3A?TIST UNION i "

i ANNUAL PLANS MEETING r-i. PLEASA T ThiEN PREP ARE



.OBSERVANCE. The Ministers and Deacons Mutual FOR A BUSY DAY'S PROGRAM

r I t. Rabla Temple No. 8, Most Worshipful Union, Auxiliary to the S
Emanuel Progressive Baptist: As"sociatiwi .
.I Union Grand Lodge ofF will hold! its last quarterly The yen of Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church of which

Florida, hend its annual family session,.Wednesday Night Reverend C. J. Crosby is pastor, will observe its Annuallfen's
c night in the Elks Home. John R.
December 25th, 'through Sunday Day Program, Sunday December 18th. .
:Milner Potentate presided'and A
it the Philadelphia Missionary series of events have been -
Attrus Fleming was master. of ELKS TO CONDUCTMEMORIAL
Baptist. Church located on Mon planned throughout the day begin.

Ceremonies. crief Road, onz block west of ning with the Sunday School at SERVICE
Rubies Court No. 25, Daughters 45th street. 9:30 .A, M.,- with Alexander Reid S\

of Isis was guest auxiliary The services will be highlightedby 1J5F4jsW Robert Dennis and Claude BrownIn SUNDAY AT 3 P.M.
wives husbands and friends
The
,
charge. The for the observance
bible discussions, literary programs guest
'
members of the ,organizationswere and sermons. by various will be the boys of the The Elks Memorial service will

honored guest. ministers. Boys Parental Home of which be held Sunday at 3 p.m. at the
The'th e of the meeting was Elks auditorium 712 W. Duval
Programs will be mailed out P. S. Calhoun is superintendent
:: stressed by the various speakers and V. Varner, 'supervisor. Street with Exalted Ruler W. R.
off the
as are
as soon they press
from thepotentate's ,table who
Davis presiding.
The Morning Worship will be-
were: Attrus Fleming, E. W. Perkins ;in at 11:00 o'clock with Na- The Rev. R. A. King .presiding

,A. Blackwell and C. A. Tillls. Greetings were expressed by i thaniel Jackson. Vincet Taylor elder of the North Jacksonville
A '. the Mrs. Marie McCall,
following:
:.ad David Washington charge. District of the AME Church will
Mrs. Annie L. g: a
Others beard were James Gen- Fleming deputy,
preach the annual sermon. A
The Reverend James L King will
R. ''D. OES, Queen B. Williams, Maude h.
wright C. Davis Reaves I preside this special program suited to the occasion
R. Taylor Sam Davis, E. B. DavIs Milner, Mable Potee, Janie Cannon' .: >: << during worship service has been arranged.
Doctor L. F. Morse of the
David :Washington, George Annie B. Thomas, Jamie c 1 1j f' Edward The Memorial service fs one of
Theological Department
Mender A. Blackwell Leo t a
Butler Leroy Reaves of New 1 If Waters will the the services held by the Elks
Davis, Alberta J. Williams and t College be guest
York and others.
each. is
4 year a must and every
a other. speaker and P. Williams guest
t man who is in good standing with
soloist. Other participants on the
the lodge is expected to be present .
i wcrshlp program are: George Bell
IF YOU fi fine which be
or e
: a will
WHENEVER YOU Major Bryant, E. A. Crosby, V.
WANT OUT OF DEBT !Taylor, Reverends S. Washington strictly enforced by the exalted
NEED ruler.
THE ANSWER IS AS NEARAS and A. V. Pollock.
Daughter Ruler Hattie I. James
YOUR PHONE REGARD- The Youth Hour will be ob-

LESS OF HOW MUCH YOU 1 serve at 3 P. M.. with Alvin and the membership of Pride ..of .
). Maceo Temple No. 186ill. be in '
fJ Jackson Joe Nathan Reid and
OWE, OR WHAT YOUR ( .- ,
attendance. The public is always
Jackson in
PAST CREDIT RECORD IS. Henry charge.Pro- welcome at the Memorial service.
LET US SHOW YOU HOW fessor John T. Moore Jr., will
Casket service will be furnishedby
FAST IT CAN BE DONE'ON REPAIR SERVICERadio !serve as guest speaker. The mu. the Dallas Graham Funeral

PAYMENTS YOU CAN & Small Appllance j sic for-this .occasion will be provided Home.

AFFORD. Call The Service Number by .the Male Chorus of the

Budget Counsellors EL 6-0504 i I church. Others appearing during FELLOWSHIP HOUR

Of Jacksonville -0- I' this observance are: Paul Owens,

r 230 WEST FORSYTH F7 $3.50 Service Charge Day Spring Baptist Male Chorus, PLANNED BY GROUPA

EL 3.6145 Financing Arranged : :. Henry Jackson W. Johnson

1 If you are unable to come In, For Large Jobs: I'James Genwright, B. M. Frazier Get-Acquainted Tea will be

Mail- 0- I C. Murrell, W. Taylor Henry sonsored by Unit "A" of Bethel
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Name ..r.. ................. TV SERVICE !: +\:-"' ". Adams, Revverends W. C. Raysor, Baptist Church, Sunday at 4 pjn.
TEA GUESTS A group of Jaxons who participated In the tea event held in the West 9th J. Allen and C.P.. Johnson who in the church basement.
Address .5. ................. 'j ENGINEERS
Phone : Street home of airs. Eloise.Lewey under the aaipices: of the Communion Board, of Ebenezer will preside as master of cere The purpose of the event is for
No. .............. .. 1856 Ave. '
Evergreen
Methodist Church are shown here.: monies. S the members of the unit to become

In the photo at top the front row from left, are: Slrs. Frances Salley, Mrs. Mamie B. ,Slmpklns, Evening service will begin at better acquainted with each

Miss Frances Huger and Mrs. Ada M. Lee. In the back row' are: Mrs. Mable) Bartley, Sirs. Hettie W. 730; P. M., with Professor M. H. other. A program of leteraryand

: Brown, Mrs. Margie Hull and Mrs Eloise Lewey. "*" Barnett, presiding. Professor C. musical selections will be rendered

.- REMODELING & REPAIRING In ,the photo at bottom from left, are: Sirs. I/lla: Wlliams, Mrs Annie Hogan" Sirs. Annie O.Bustamaato W. Cowart will deliver the even. and refreshments will be

Mrs. SI. G. Morris and Mrs Rena L. Thornton. ing address. Edward Brown will served from the -five tables to '

be the guest soloist.BROTHER represent the districts of the unit.
AT SENSIBLE PRICES
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BISHOP COOPERTO ST. THOMAS PLANS District and leaders are: District .
ROOFINGCARPORTS GUEST ARTIST 1, Deacon L. M. Argrett

L.' BE HONORED CHURCH ACTIVITIESThe leader: also unit leader; Three,
SIDING PORCH ENCLOSURE JOE MAY
F Deacon J. B. Thomas. leader; Six,

t JALOUSIES INSULATION Districts 1- and 2 of the Apostolic Sunday School Departmentof WILL APPEAR TO SING HERE Deacon W. S. Barnwell leader;

Church of God in Christ under St. Thomas Baptist Church Nine, Deacon James Anders

the leadership of Mrs. R. will observe its, anniversary Dec. leader and 18th, Major Bryant
UP TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY Trotter: and Mrs. R. Atwater will 11 at 8 P.M.. in the auditoriumof IN MUSICALMrs. Brother Consolers Joe May will and appear the Spiritual in a leader. -

honor their pastor Bishop M. C. the church. A program fea.
vocal concert December 15th, at
Cooper, Sunday, December 8th at turing many ,talents of the city
9 p.m., in the Elks Auditorium,
ANDERSON CONSTRUCTION CO. 4:30: P. :M. at the church, locatedat will be presented. Lillian T. Robinson will 712 W. Duval Street. Real Estate

1205 W. 22nd StreetA The following districts will appear as guest artist for the May is a nationally known
unique program has been arranged -meet at 4 pjn. Sunday: I with Christmas Musical
:
EV 4-4105 Rhapsody" figure, and will be featured in $ LOANS $ k
0113 SUDBURY AVE. with the following per. Mrs. Annie Hunt, 1106 Dora St.; Dec. llth at 8 P. M. in the audi some of his latest recordings.'ASTHMA .

'. AX, FLA. sons participating: Mistress of District 2 will meet with Mr. and torium of Stanton Senior High $1,000 $2,000 IMO

ceremony. Elder D. Larkins pas.. Mrs. S. Smith on Copeland St; School
j "" A, E. ANDEBSON.COMPLETE $ ,ooo up to $25,000 .
," tor. Greater M 0 un-Ararat'' 3 will meet. in the home of Mrs. Mrs. Robinson English teacher Payable $1.00 per mo. per hundred
churuch selection Elder R. Givens Daisy Rushing S216 Rosselle St.;
; ; and instructor of a pedal organ
i on unpaid balance at 6%.
and his group from the District 4 will meet ,with Mrs. class at New Stanton' Senior Let to
us help completeyour
church of God and Saints of Marie Wiggins. 1602 Dennis St.; High School, la well known you '
house refinance $8
Christ; Sister Paralee Holmes District 5 will meet' with Mrs. throughout the state of Florida If you choke, cough, fight for or

.. and her group of the Glorious Eleanor Jackson 715 Venus Mars for her talents and abilities In breath, gasp, wheeze lose Bleep years in the same, place.

37-Pc Kitchen Outfit Bethelehem Temple; Elder Grace Ct.; District 6 will meet with the field of Music. She has been i because of bronchial asthma no -Can- .

I Mrs. Estell Whitelock at Atlantic matter what you have tried before
and group of the Mt. Zion Holy acclaimed as one of the most
church and Mrs. E. Holt, soloist. Beach; 7 will meet with Mrs. Annie outstanding organist in the Soutk GET EFFECTIVE FAST J. P. YOUNGMr.

Members and friends are invited Mae Tatum on Golfalr boule. by critics. BELIEF OR YOUR MONEY Simmons or Mr. Walsh

to attend this affair. vard; 9 will ,meet. with :Mr. and In addition, to her role as pub BACK with NEW amazing clinically Main and Monroe

.f :Mrs. H. J. Adams'.582' Marygold lic school 'teacher. Mrs. Robinsonis tested wonderful PARASSIA sit Masonic Temple Bid*.

Rd.; Dbtrl t-iO; will meet with the organist at Bethel Baptist tablets (follow the label avoid excessive Phone EL 64(014(

GRANT MEMORIALTO Mrs. Doris Hector 1721 Campus Institutional Church. use). Get PABASMA TODAY EL 6-SS81

.: GLEE St., and 11 will 'meet. with Mrs. The Christmas Rhapsody is an ONLY $I at your drugist.

CLUB IN ,RECITALThe Roberta Jordan 6172 Spirea St. original Stantonian production of

Christmas in words music and

lm dance featuring the combined KEROSENE For Prompt
Glee Club of. James Weldon -
TRUE HOLY TEMPLETO talents of the three units of the
Johnson Junior High School music departm t.MATRON Delivery Call ,
., under the direction of Mrs. L. B. OBSERVE

Blackshear.. will be presented in VICTORY FUELSERVICE

t ) a recital Sunday at 7:30 p.m., in WOMEN'S "r SOCIETY

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Grant Memorial AJ&K. Church. ,
OBSERVANCEThe
SETS
p The program is being sponsoredby Women's Day will be observed 1r

t' .. ,. ffl" .. Mrs Arzada Floyd for the Sunday, D & 15, throughout the 0 I E. 3-1500
.. Matron of
is.r': benefit of the church. day at the True Holy Temple of Society Day .., -
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Church will observe
.." \', the Living God, Inc., located at Spring Baptist

''Vi .. YOU GET RETIRED TEACHERS 1854 West 45th Street its third anniversary Sun
at 3:30 in the home of
: day
p.nu
: Sunday School will begin at
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1 Heat Resistant Plastic Table
HONORED IN WELDONA Mrs. Ruth Ashley 936 Ionia StAn
9:30 aon., with a' guest superin- .
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: 4 Matching PJastic Chairs tendant and teachers in charge.Morning invitation by the Chairman 1"V.

-"-t '-'.: 1 Metal Utility Cabinet ',' .' Pre-Thanksgiving dinner Worship 10:30 o'clock Mrs. Lucy Hightower, has been JLA4U1i.si
all clubs boards and
extended to
honoring the reUed'teachers of with Prayer Bands Nos. 5, 9 and ,
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: 1 Cabinet Base ,' churches.
auxiliaries of other
:' '. the city was celebrated recently 12 in charge. H

:.. ,4 Piece Cannister Set in the music room of James Wel. Speakers will be the ReverendMrs.

J don Johnson Junior High School. M. Harper, the Reverend CHURCH PLANS
: 1 Cake Carrierd Cover '
Retired teachers 'present were: Mrs. Jessie Scott and Mrs. A. MUSICAL FETE

1 Bread Box Mrs. M. 1.,. Cave, Mrs. Florence James. '

> :" 24 Piece Set Dinnerware Holmes, Mrs. Ruth Graham, Mrs Our rearnings rit+e.et Each account U
Choir 1 of Day Spring Baptist
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(- c" Florida Dwight and others.. Several art corn CURRENT RATE it s.r e d up te r
Church will present a pre-holiday
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were former teachers of the CLUB TO PRESENT pounded .; by the

: EXTRA SPECIAL faculty, of James Weldon includ musical fiesta Dec. 11 beginning Annually on Sc"- 11/ 0/1/ re"Sayl"1
ONLY -:- -:-. PASTOR IN CONCERTThe at 8:15 p-nx, in the auditorium /2 0
legs in this Assoc 3
ONLY ing the principal Dr. H. James and Loan lease
SATURDAY AND MONDAY
Musical selectionsof
of the church. ctatioa which Is
Greeae. Core.ratio .
'S S ;, .. SlulU-Color 10, RibUMBRELLA. "- A. S j. Hughes Club of the the season will be presented. chartered 'and sinrii ,; once ..
uth.riud bw
I Seringas host and hostesses
$1'50 St. John Baptist: Church is pre. District 5 is scheduled to meet d by tht "f ptVtDENt .
were Dr. H. James Greene principal U S. act Conareti.IDEIJTY
Go"o"e
PLASTIC CASE INCLUDED senting its pastor In a concertin Friday at 8 pjn. in the home of
; Mrs S. Eloise Brooks counselor .:
the church auditorium, corner Mrs. Ruth Long 948: W. Ashley
PER Cash & and Mrs. Caledonia Simpson -
Oakley and Bridler streets Monday Street. ; \
Catr7$148' ,
Mrs. L.. B. Blackwhear. :Miss '-
WEEK_ '' night Dec.: 9th. 'at ,8 o'clock. The pulpit Aid Board will meet
Walt e McRae. and Mrs E.. J. .
The program. which will consist Sunday at 4.p.m. ,in the home of FtMEltAIJiUijiMrrrt
Hill.
of various arrangeraeats of classic Mrs: Zella Robinson. 309, Jefferson

S : L; Eagle Furniture Co. t: Contribute (jenerouslyTo semi-classic will: be'rendered'and" Gospel_by'selections The. The St.Matron-' 'Council will ob. El.


The 5 Reverend., Mr....Hughes,.,,waq..wfl :--erve: its__third .anniversary SUn. 1'bunc !

:":,', 230 BROAD ST.. Ph..EL :47887 be accompanied by ,his wife Mrs lay at 3:30-p.m. in the home of .'

URBAN LEAGUE Clarice Hughes. '. '4 -. Sirs Ruth 'Ashley, 936 Ionia SL
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CIVIL RIGHTS WORK DELAYED I DUVAL COUNTYFEDERAL DAYTONAN ELECTED functions including the deliverUg
I GIRL SCOUTS ELECT DADS PRESIDENT of the Annual Easter Sunrise

I message to more than seven

BY RESIGNATION OF CHAIRMAN NEW. PRESIDENT CLUB ORGANIZEDThe thousand people in the famous
r' OF MIXED MJNISTERIAL GROUP Bandshell on the boardwalk of

k. Duval County Federationof the beach. Rev. Fair has been at
W WASHINGTON Plans of the Civil Commission
new Rights Dads Club was organized recently Bethune-Cookman College for 11
to start work next week were halted indefinitely by the surprise in ,the library of S. P. DAYTONA BEACH The Reverend Rogers P. Pair, chaplainof

resignation of former Supreme Court Justice Stanley F. Reed who wr Livingston School In attendancewere the Department of Philosophy and Religion; at Bethune-Cookman t years. .
withdrew Tuesday as a member and chairman of the new Civil dads from the various College was elected as first Negro President, of the Ministerial

flights Commission. He said to remain would be incompatible with schools of Duval County. Association of the Halifax Area Daytona Beach. Florida at their >.-"'........ -
Ills obligations to the judiciary. The following officers were regular meeting of December 2, 1957. a a R'e

I Reed's resignation was acceptReed i! was a member of the elected: m John G. Davis president Beginning its third year as an
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f ed promptly by President EisenSupreme Court when it handed't ; Solomon Jones, vice f
'! presi-
i integrated organization comprising :two years the Association has 1 1I
t bower. ;i down 'it unanimous ruling in: dent; Paul Owens, secretary; A, i
1954 against segregation in the) more than seventy.fivechurches grown to embrace a community
\ O. Mitchell,Assistant secretary; I
I
I nation's public .schools., 1' U E. Bryant chaplain BennieF. in Greater Daytona program that costs more than

1 Sevtete I In a handwritten letter to the Sloan, protective chairman. Beach, this outstanding group of five thousand dollars annually.One .I i it
/ President Reed said he was withdrawing .; T. E. Belcher,Johnnie L. Holder clergymen of_all races and creeds courageous step taken by
(I Ia from the commission af. k; 0 public relations chairmen. has been praised for its work nationally -1 t this group was to make all servIces =

I ter giving the whole matter a Charles- Members through the Associated for special days union services
I Mrs. U. Culmer, present were: Albert
second thought. He added that he Press and many religious periodicals on a strictly interracial and
,Libertyville, IlL, has been Chelf John Clark, Earl Buck-
L 7/14deeLL: had permitted his desire to be of elected national preident of mon, Samuel Brockington and J. and repersents one of only'I Interdenominational basis.
service "to blind me to the Girl Scouts of the U.s.A. at. The purpose of the two completely integrated associations In the election of Rev. Fair, the
I usually love color photography, weightier harmful effects" on the 34th National Girl Scout Convention -, W. in the South. This historic Association praised the work he
because everyone pays so much attention Impartiality of the federal judiciary held at.'Convention step toward complete brotherhoodwas had done as corresponding secre-
to me.But on today's job,I I Former ion is to see that the boys and
Philadelphia.
in
Hall
kitchen. system. shouldered by such outstand tary for the past two years and
played second fiddle to a Girl girls have the
to develop
Instead of fussing over my makeup Reed, a Democrat went on to president of Chicago opportunity ing chiurchmen as Rev. Robert by vote of the group instructedthe
t Scouts :Mrs. Culmer was elected into fine women and
and costume changes.Hank was say that for him to accept "such : men Smith of the Florida Conferenceof secretary to cast a unanimousvote
for the for a 3-year term by Con according to President John G.
bUsy outlining changes
I RCA Whirlpool kitchen. I an investigatory or advisory office -i vention delegates representing Davis. the Southeastern Jurisdiction in making him president. His
Pointing to a stack of cabinet I in the Executive Depart I 3 million Girl Scouts. in United who became the first president; responsibilities will be great, and r .
doors and nailing me,he said,"Try.I ment" as membership on the new States. An invitation has been extendedto and Rabbi J. Marshall Taxay of the scope of his work will entail
r pour hand at putting a couple! of I i commssion would be "incompatible all dads in the country to be the outstanding Teple Beth-El of the representation of the Associa-I REV. ROGERS P. FAIR

those We'll in be place.using t] with my obligations as a present in the next meeting. Daytona Beach.m During the past tion at many civic and religious heads Interracial group I

J pink for the first !"judge."

shot I Although Reed has retired from .
I lifted a gold-j ,
I active service on the Supreme
edged pink door, < .
held it gingerly'\i Court he still is available for .
and protested, :I duty on other federal benches and "
f 1 j "I'm no carpenter -' recently served in such a capa- .

Then a man from Whirlpool!" Cor- I',I' city. .
poration came to my rescue and Only Vic gives'you. ,
explained how the cabinet doors j I DAYSPRING SLATES : roy
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are any put special on and tools.removed They just without snap ]1!! MUSICAL PROGRAMChoir :

+ into place and stay there. When \:
you want to change your kitchen ,1 of Day Spring Baptist :...,t ,
color scheme,you don't have to buy \ I
and install new cabinets. You just Church will present a preholiday \
get a new set of doors in the color musical fiesta Dec. 11 beginningat "'I- < .
o; your choice and do-it- ourself! : 8:15 p.m. in the auditorium of ,r.", '
Well, we photographed all day the church.A i ,
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all J 00 F I Li ER TRAPS
and even then hadn't exhausted J 20,0
the mix-'n-match color possibili- program of hymns, spirituals f '
ties. Besides pink, there are cabi- !i anthems jubilees and seasonal .

net oak fronts and fruitwood.in white, yellow, limed I music an will annoucement be rendered of the accordingto director t ; ,

Its amazing how easily I con-;.
rlnced Hank that our outdated Mrs. Ruby P. Benthone. ,
kitchen sorely needs new cabinets.j Featured soloists are:' Mrs. Es-
.. ;Furthermore, he says I'm so ex-! tell Ogden 'Mrs. M. Pelham Mrs.
at changing doors myself, I !
;pert;Reserve an extra set of'cabinet;:, ,Roberts 'Mrs. Bertha Lowe, Mrs
:fronts to keep in practice. Just :M. K. Wilson Mrs. V. Wilson,
I 'think I It's as good as having two Mrs. Bertha Kelly Lee Collier FOR TNAT SMOOTHER TASTE

omnletely HELD different kitchens I : I and J. F. Patterson.




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"' FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Saturday, December 7, 1957




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BELLE GLADE NEWS- Mrs. S. A. O'Neal, Vice President, AT iHE STRAND SUNDAY
: 'i" Putnam County News Mrs Willie B., Haynes, Recording I WORS COLLEGE STARS i

; The Kissemmee Valley Ever. Secretary, Mrs. Lillie M. Births

:-', glades Missionary Baptist Association Corresponding Secretary, Mrs.
.:.f'f oJr ,Annie Everrett, Treasure* Mrs. PROGRAM SCHEDULE WATCHEDBY
:..: BY E. J. VREEN and Women's Convention I Viola Drayton. ABE
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; a... 608 Madison Street. Palalka. Florida closed its. C3rd Annual Session at J Senior Women Officers elected -
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r. .' Phone East 5-3025 Clewiston Florida, November 27,l were: District President, Mrs.I MONDAY-ttUOAY SCHEDULE PRO SCOUTS

f ,". -- --- --- Rosa Kitchen Secre .
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through December 1, 1957. This Recording C.00CQ2 SID On ,
A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK session was held at the Friend- tary, Mrs. Pauline Stokes, Corresponding I 6.026-05 News & Weather .
I :057:00 Heaven's Road Deacon --
1 Patience Everything Comes If A Man Will ship Baptist Church Reverend Secretary, Mrs. Janie Grace) ( .

I .. Only] Wait Tancred O. Williams, Pastor. Williams, Bible Tea Chairman, 1 1.:1I--0-: 7:03." Newt Morning*. Caper Weather(Bob COLLEGIATE STARS TAG. .

Muss Gwendolyn Green and .Miss The convention theme, "The Mrs. Ella Jenkins, Treasure, Mrs. Hudson) Many of te professional league .

"... Jacquelyn Washington returned to Rev. L. D. Green, pastor of Continued Mission of the Church".', Maggie Taylor, and: Art Chair .tw:a- '1:11:00 News Morning ill Capers Weather(Bob teams are spending quite a time _c JiMM

I, I Atlanta, Sunday where they are Calvary Baptist Church was 'called was selected.Th man, Mrs. Pecola Hunter. i.uo903 Newt Hudson*) Weather keeping a close observation on

students at Spellman College. department leaders re- Youth Department Officers .'-03.11:00 J urn pin' Show (Job my tan playertan
to
to Georgia last Tuesday elected were: Directress, Mrs. Shaw)
elected were: Moderator,' R. C. ia-M-lo-03 News & Weather
the bedside of his brother and Eusie Becton, President, Mrs. 10-03.11 Gospel Train No. I (Deacon stars who perform for all
Dean, Mrs. 'Rosa O'Neal Mrs. Grace
Ji The many friends of "]Irs. E. J. nephew who was burned on Evelyn Wright Recording Secretary 11:00-11:03 News )& Weather Negro colleges since Willie Gall- V {
Eusie Becton and Mrs. Vera L. .r
Vreen will be happy to know I Thanksgiving Day by a lire wire Whitefield. Mrs. Wylene Green and 11:03-12:40 Gospel Grace)Train No. 1 Deacon more has been running plays and

that she is convalescing after being Treasurer, Mrs. Lauretta King. 12:00-12:03 Local News Yvonne
they came into c ntactv I t h Many visitors who were present Daniels) snagging passes the way in his
Officers elected to the '
Shepard
ID for several
days. 12:05-12:13 Job
Mart (Yvonne Daniels
while hunting In the woods. during the convention and brought Boys League were: Directress, i 12:151.00 Noontime Tunetlme rookie year with the Chicago
greetings from their various districts <( i I Mrs. Vera Whitefield, Secretary, 1:001:03 News & Weather
I were:_.Mrs. W. L. Warren, 1:032_ : 0 Gospel Train, No. 2 (Deacoc
The Church School of Calvary I The football team and coaches Larry Roberts, President, Clarence Grace) Some of the star players

; Baptist Church sponsored a fel-I Mrs. Amelia Houston, Mrs. Daily Barnes, Treasurer, Reverend I 2:00- 2:-03 News & Weather watched are John Sample, Maryland Nei

have been invited to attend Sun. M. Murrell and Mrs. Anna Felder.I 2C33. Gospel Train No. Z (Deacon
F. B. Smith.
) lowshlp breakfast In the base Grace)
School at' the Others Mrs. Lizzie ] State's top scorer, punterand
f : ment of the Church last Sunday day Mt. Calvary were: Miller e e e e 3403.03 News & Weather 6

I t morning. airs. O. Schell delivered Church on Sunday, December 8th. and Mrs. Temple Pouncey. The Florida Association of 303400 ampin Shaw) Show (Johnny place kicker. Sample is 5' 11*

the address. 'Inspiring messages were delivered Temples Daughters of Elks held 4:035:00 4:004:03 Jumpln'News & Show Weather(Johnny and tips the scales at 195. Lemuel 1iH:;" .'I'IIr.1 -....,

during ,the session by the its mid-winter Shaw) Coleman who plays guard for
i ,Installation services will be Reverends planning meeting 3:005:03 News Weather Victor Mature and Anita Ek.
W. A. Anderson, Al Saturday, November, 30th, at 5:035:45 Jam pin' Show (Johnny Grambling College is 22yearsold
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SATURDAY SCHEDULE
Brooks spent Thanksgiving DayIn Baptist Church, San Mateo, Flori ley and E. W)ight. / This .session, presided over by 600C:02 Sign On : 6 ft. 225-pound is a powerful thrMIer, "PICK-UP ALLEY,"
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_Jacksonville as the house guest !da.. Devotion services will be conducted Music was furnished by the Mrs. Thomasenia Floyd was attended 6:05740 Heaven's Road blocker and hard tackier; Willie showing at the Strand through
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of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wilson. by Deacon Paul Ellison, Convention Choir, New Hope by twenty-four temple 7:038.00 Morning Capers (Bob Saturday, Dec 8-14. It's a story
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The Choir., Greater Friendship Baptist of the state. Plans were made Hudson) attention from the "-
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Richard 8:00- 8:03 News & Weather pros. The big fullback is 5' 11" of theicious dope racket. Co
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learn that they have been ill for i will convene in April at Pensacola 9:009:03 News & Weather f
several days cm the program are: Rev. Robert iI I Officers elected to the Parent Florida.A 9:03-1040 limpid' Show-(Johnny a real pro prospect. LAND EXPOSE', "dealing with

J Peterson, Choir No.2, Greater Body were: Moderator, ReverendC. workshop under the directionof 10-00-10 News Daniels.) Weather Several others stand a very the gangsterism. dleov ered In
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i pleasant visitor I n Jacksonville Rev. J.V.. Walker will serveas ing Secretary, Reverend O. D. ment will be one of the highlights 11:03-12:00 Gospel Daniels Train) No.1'YODO.* :year Florida A and M is well represented showing Saturday midnight, pa.

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'MARYLAND' STATE WILL PLAY ;":';'. + ':: ED. WATBSOPENS


SPORTING IT UP

FLA./ A & M RATTLERS IN MIAMIBy SEASON I att .

By a PAIUIAM JOHNSON

I C. PARHAM JOHNSON .
\WITH WALKER

h i The Orange Blossom Classic selection? committee .r : II I i I HANK AARON, the National League's Most\ Valu-

reached into the bag of leading teams 'throughout the nation abl l Player for 1957 is looking forward to "sizable increase .

and pulled out the Maryland State "Hawks" for bT Walker College started its j I in Salary next season. The hard-hitting outfielderof
second year in varsity basket-I the champion Milwaukee Braves finished the season
their 1957 Orange Blossom Classic opponents slated for + ball is scheduled to meet the I with a batting average of .322 and more than 40 home

the Orange Bowl, :Miami, December '14. 4ki: Edward Waters College Tigers 'runs with one of his home runs winning the National

r Head Coach "Skip McCain of basketball team Saturday nightat League Pennant for the Braves. Hank continued to belt .

the Maryland State Hawks had a nine game slate with only one New Stanton High School. i the ball at a terrific pace- when his team went---- into----- the
Edward Waters defeated Walker World Series.
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one of the mast successful sea loss and that was to southern
2 last season in ,the first game : DR. SAMUEL SHENKMAN is !
sons this year that the Hawks University who- defeated University 4 between the two teams, but this I one of the greatest weepers in I it down .

have experienced in many sea. who defeated them 59-20. time.Walker is expected to turn Brooklyn over moving of the PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALLwill

sons. The team led on by such The Rattlers will face the the tables with George Williamsand Dodgers. He collected $20.000 look en the record for a long

outstanding performers as Rog. Maryland State Hawks in 1957 Arthur Thompson setting the from the Dodgers for services. long time made by rookie Willie
The Doctor received $5,000 for GaUimore of the Chicago' Bears
"Rajah" Brown, James Coley with such performers as" All. pace.Much
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will} be expected from his work on Roy Campanella'shand against the Los Angeles Rams:
Alpha Mouton. Vernon Vaughnand American Crowell, James Williams "t Henry Lee Dowdell of Opelika, and $15,000 for services to when he scored 24 points on

the mighty John Sample who Lee Royster, Charles A : y .Fwy$ r f S.Ary Ala., Morris Jones of Jackson. the Dodgers president Walter October 20. Galimore has been

kept the Hawks in the running Young, Olious "Barker, A\\ Vereen, ,:: 4 ( $'Th5 121N ville and Frederick Newton of O'Malley. quite a star in professional football .

for the C I A A championship i Lcroy Hardee, Al Chavis, Thomas Kissimmi Fla, Other members of HERMAN (Rory) CALHOUN, since leaving the campus of
the team are Romon Thompson, the leather slinging symphony Florida A & M.
the
throughout season. I Marshall, David Latimer, Riley
The Maryland State Hawks. Morris Henry Harris Vernon Mose Gipson, Sr., Fred Bates, loving middleweight is ready for DON CLARK of Ohio State
David White, Charles Bradley, Ray Robinson, Carmen Basilio University
were the opponents of the Ratt. Wilder, Frank Merchant Jerry appears to be a cinch
Charles Smith and Alfred Rudolph and any of the rest of the middle to be named on the 1957 All.
lers in the twenty-second Classic Cardoza, Bobby Brown, Willie
weights who feel able his mana- America
which was played in 1954 and because Taylor, Sammy Moss, Samuel squad because of his
;t aj In order to Inter. ger said recently. Al Bachman, continued performance. Clark
of the successful season Cleare and a hose of newcomers. ,arouse more
In 1957 they were chosen for the Led on by the great.John Sample ? est :Mrs. Vertell Simmons orga. Calhoun's manager also said his I was injured In the first quarterof

twenty-fifth Classic. The game SWan Jones, Ray "Rusty" fS nized a pep squad recently and scrapper can crush all the middle the Perdue game, but he held .
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the girls have been practicing weights in one night. His double on to sixth place in rushing. In
played in 1954 between the same I Hayes, the big two-hundred and
daily with the yells. kayo over Bobby Boyd boostedhis seven games he carried the ball
two teams is said to be the twenty-five pound fullback, Do-
I stock in the division. 118 times
first all-Negro game to be teji- ment, and Vernon Vaughn the The girls intramural basket for 655 yards, scoring-

vised. That game was a history Hawks defeated the Shaw Uni- ball league will also open Saturday -I SANDY SADDLED, the former nine touchdowns which put him

making event for both schools.In versity Bears 14-0 to clinch the night with the Beauty Culture featherweight champion is still in the lead in the Big Ten Con-

1954 the Rattlers defeatedthe CIAA championship. When the department against the business waiting for cab company to settle ference. The 170 pound halfback
Maryland State Hawks 67-19 champions of the CIAA meet the administration class. The the case with him. Saddler was is a great competitor and has

,_ forced to retire because -of Injuries all the qualities needed to make
with such perforers as Willie Mc- champions of the SHAG on the < 6' game will be played as a preliminary
Clung now with the Pittsburg 14, it wijl put tb of the strongest FORMER STAR END' -Bobby Lang the former Stanton game before the Walker. lie hasn't heard a thing him an All-American Candidate.

Steelers North Herndon. Carl Jef. sepia teams in the nation to. High School Star was a standout star for the Florida A and M Edward Waters game. from the company. TAN PLAYERS like Tom WI!.

f; ferson Joe Lee, Arnold Sullivan geth. Rattlers. lie is shown in the picture In one of ,his familiar posesas The schedule for the Walker THE BLUE DEVILS of New son and "Tank' Younger of the

Edmund Wyche. Al Frazier, El- Cpach "Skip"* McCain of the he held down the end position as the Rattlers marched on team includes- Edward Waters Stanton High School was one of Los Angeles Rams, Ollle Matson

vin Dean, Willie Galimore now Hawks and Coach Jake Gaitherof from one championship to another Bobby was one of the best Dec. 18; St. Augustine Nets, here, the most powerful high school Dave Mann and "Night TraIn"'

with the Chicago Bears, Bobby the Rattlers are two master liked players ever to play on the Rattler squad because of his Jan. 11; St. Augustine Nets teams in the State in 1957. The Lane of the Chicago Cardinals,

Lang, Sal Gaither, Gallivan Gladden strategist who will use every. quiet and unassuming personality. He is among the former there Jan. 17; Washington Jr. team went through a seven game Jack McClairen, Bill McCIung and

and a host of other players thing they have to win the all Rattlers who has been invited to attend the banquet in Miami College, here Jan. 18; Green season undefeated. Not only didthej Bill Lee of Pittsburgh Steelers,

I who carried the Rattlers through important Classic. December 13. lie is now employed in the Duval County School Cave Navy, here, Jan. 22; Florida win victory after victory but Bobby Watson, Perry Jeter, J. 0-
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System. ; they held their opponents downto Caroline and Florida's own Willie
Normal, there, Jan. 20th;
a minimum In Galimore of the Chicago Bears,
score. winning
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Claflin College here Jan. 24;
: Patronize Star AdvertisersAT FORMER JAX PITCHER their seventh victory they also Lenny Moore of the Baltimore
Places Florida Normal, here, Jan 25.
Going ] STRIKES OUT 19 MEN annaxed the city championship Colts, Em Tunnell of the New
Walker lose its first game to York Giants
BARGAIN PRICES Last' year the two teams battledto Johnllenry Johnsonand
SAN JUAN Juan Pizarro Green Cove Navy 85-63, but it a tie and co-owners to the ti.' Clarence Peaks of the Phlla.delphla .
WAll PAPER will be the initial game for Ed.
s' the Milwaukee Braves lefthanded tie. Eagles and Jim Brownof
s5ty ward.Waters
pitching sensation set a Puerto College. the Cleveland Browns have
ERNIE BANKS, the Chicago
ALSO Rican League record recently made professional football scouts
Cubs and
hard-hitting sharp
Y with 19 strikeouts ,while pitchinga stop 'and take a closer view of
fielding shortstop is going to ask
PAINTMETROPOLITAN three hit shutout far Caguas DODGERS TO GO UP tan collegiate stars.
for a.boost in salary for the 1958
against Ponce. ON THE GATE PRICELOS season on the strength of his i THE NEW YORK ATHLETIC

Pizarro a National League 1957 performance Banks is the i COMMISSION has urged Tommy

., PAPER STORE rookie last season and one time big gun of the cubs both afield (Hurricane) Jackson and his man.
11 W. Church Elgin 34)628) strikeout king of the South Atlantic ANGELES-Since the Dod and at bat. He cracked 43 home. ager, Lippe Breidbart to give

:.. > League Awhile with Jacksonville gers settled in Los Angeles, much runs last season, pust one shy of close consideration to retiring be.

broke the one game talk has been going about the his 1956 record and one shy of cause of the treffic beating he

/ strikeout mark of 18 set by Satchel slight Increase in the Dodger tying Hank Aaron, the National has taken in latest fights. He

YCUr Paige in 1939 while workingout prices, but the cost of transporting League leader. Banks said he was given a sound lashing at the

of a tight spot in the ninth the team is blamed for the doesn't think he will have any hands of heavyweight champion

I LuckyNumbers inning. increase. trouble getting the increase. Floyd Patterson in June and

The price increase has ,not most recently Eddie Machen gave
BIG JIM BROWN the All
caused as much squawking as ,him such a sound beating that
GETTING UP NIGHTS' American from Syracuse University -
the fact that Walter O'Mally. the he appeared helpless and hope
Jf worried by"Bladder Weakness"(Getting and a first' year man in the
will eventuallyown less. Chairman Julius Holfand
Up NlghU'(too frequent, burning or ItcnIng Dodger president National Football with I
Lucky Days Lucky Colors urination) or Strong. Cloudy Urine] the bal park and the parking League said if Jackson is not retired in
I due to common Kidney and Bladder Irritations the Cleveland Browns is top in
BY ASTROLOGYGiven .try CYSTEX for quick,gratifying concessions too. The parking a "reasonable"' time the New
comforting help.A billion CYSTEX tablets the league in rushing. Broun i I
Each Week used in past 25 years prove safety andI business brings in as much as York cmmission "will reevaluatehis
passed Tom Wilson of the Los
I success. Ask druggist for CY8TUX under "
rd+isu.t In Your Weekly satisfaction or money-back guarantee. $600,000.00 yearly. Angeles Rams who had. held the physical abilities." '
q x' :: HOROSCOPE'GUIDE ( COLLECT
lead for eight weeks. Big ,Jim FOOTBALL TEAMSwill
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i R Send $2.00 Four Your Horoscope has been called the ,second Marion have a host of star high
Guide with lucky num. .Thrill/-Paeked football from Whistle to Whistle. I Motley. Jim Brown is the school football players to draw

:..z, .: zJ bers, lucky days, lucky colors. 11 25th ANNUAL {I,I workhorse of the Cleveland from next season because of
For The Week Of Dec 16. (The Browns
brders for Dec. 16 week must ORANGEBlOSSOM graduation .from ,.high .school.
,: FRANK ROBINSON, the 22.
be received by Dec. '12.) Many of the players will be readyto
year-old slugger of the Cincinnati
% \N Enclose a stamped envelope.0 : Redlegs is back home after his step right Into college togs.

-0- medical discharge from the Ma. The game between the New

rines. The 1956 "rookie of the Stanton Blue Devils and the Mat.
In and Mail to CLASSIC
: !year" and 1957 outstanding soph thew 1V. Gilbert Fighting Pan.
tHIS RAKOT FlASK 1 tf CURVED TO FIT TOUR POCKET. PINT SHE i HAU Plrct'Too.. n 'w
COSTS MO) EXTRA. AND CODES WITH GOLDEN JICCU CAP. ZODIAC a ? 4 omore was declared unfit on account then played In the Gatol Bowl
of an ailment' in his right Thanksgiving .night .rev ealed

I P. O..'Box 732Jaeksonwlle ;%. ; .. arm. Robin was a ,valuable man some mighty bright prospects for

Sllmjrim and Handsome! Ifs the 1; _Fla. E ." with the Redlegs last season. next fall. Just as It was In Jack
When Big George Crow ,was out sonville so has it been through.

Name ....'.....'. .......... .. p' of the game with injuries. Rob. out the statf. .

; ADDRESS .................. hti 4 FLA. A UNDEFEATED& M UNIVERSITYvs. inson filled in at first base and 'Smooth sailing until we meet
Old Tavern did a "very fine Job of holding again

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Page Bight mE FLOMBA STAB Week Ending Saturday, December 7, W5TJ
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Love told police he came out PEACEMAKER IS STABBED the ordinance is unconstitutional.

_ POLICE REPORTS ,of the El Chico Bar and someone 1' TRYING TO STOP FIGHT WILDER CLUB JOINS NAACP OFFICER But the fine he levied is only

I' half the minimum of $50 set
!at Madison and Ashley Streets Edgar Watts, 23, of 1575 Ever. AAU BOXING GROUPThe by *

I hit him in the face and knocked t green Avenue was stabbed while FINED $25 IN the ordinance. *
JAXON USES AXE I t I McLees held that a' state law
him out and took his and attempting to perform the role ,
IN FUSS WITH WIFEA I money I II Wilder Athletic Club under limited to $25 the fine for via *
47-year-old woman was chop rode away In a.1949 or 1950 of peacemaker daring a fight at lation of an ordinance of the type
I the direction of Julius Guinyard P
ped about the face with an axe Chevrolet.with brown fenders. 1 Red Dan's Smoke Shop; locatedIn RECORDSCASE Involved. ,
daring'an argument with her com- I I has registered an entry for the Two days ago. Municipal Judge
Police said the man had been the 700 block ofV.. Ashley I *
mon-law husband last Saturday, I forthcoming AAU boxing championships Harry. Robinson of Little Rock
drinking and could not give any I Street Wednesday, November 4.. : *
November 30. I to raise to eight l the NORTH LITTLE ROCK Ark.-! rejected a contention that a fine I

Mrs. OWe Cohen of 512 Lee description of' the person. who' I He was taken to Duval 31edJ.1 number of teas already enteredin The vide president of the North ; of more than $25 could not be I *

Street told police that her husband hit him. -* cal Center 'where he was Little Roik chapter of the National imposed. i
the state tournament slated *
Collins Cohen, 65, grabbed: Patrolman T. L. Maye invest- and released. Watts said Assn. for the Advancement; Robinson fined Ruby Bates. 1
an axe during the argument and t I not know who cut him. .for "Dec., 9.13. at the main and of Colored People was fined $25 president of the state branch of *
gated the case. I
attacked her. She sustained lacerations Beaver Streets Arena. Thursday for withholding information -; the NAACP $100 for failing to 1 *

about the face, mouth, fore. The Wilder .Club paced by the on the chapter's membership -, file a report on the Organization'sLittle ,

head and right arm below the ESTRANGED HUSBANDATTACKS .4 Patrolmen. B. Gladden and seasoned John Wood, former and financial records. l Rock chapter as required
elbow. H. J. Johnson Investigated I The charge was violating a recently ,by a similar ordinance.Fair : '
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She was treated at Duval Medical HIS WIFE altercation involving Erlene Smith 1I ) Gloves : lightweight adopted city ordinance .was the first official of Afaf

Center by Dr IBbbert. Investigating Helen Ford, 30, 1533 W. 16th i'I 25, 1106 Foster Lane and Willie II j jTinnhall title holder, the Wilder.' which 'requIres disclosure. records the North.Little Rock chapter ordered

liii the case were Patrolmen I Street who Is separated from her 43, of 1000 block Van : Club will enter a team. that has of certain organizations on to court. Three others have *

Freddie Mack and Edward HickSOB. !husband told police she was attacked I I((iBuren Street Saturday, November''received the best of training under > official demand. j since been summoned. Their cases

and cut about the head SO. the of Coach Some other organizations have are to be heard later. .
watchful eye '
and knocked down by her estranged I The young woman told police complied with the ordinance. The tC@euc
Guinyard and will bear watchingin
husband after be broke she was at the corner of Florida NAACP against which the law

BOBBERY VICTIM Into her home. 1 Avenue and Phelps Street when the tournament. apparently was primarily directed,

IS HIT ON HEAD She was taken to Duval Medical -I.she was cut on the left shoulder Other teams entering are Jack has not. HELP WANTED I II A tip of the Pepsi Cupto

Willie Love, 26 of 1513 Francis Center where she was treated -'and back of the neck byt'lllle sonville Navy, _Southside Youth Municipal Judge Milton McLees these outstanding

Street reported he was hit on and released by Dr W. t Tinnhall. Center, Green CaVe Navy, Lacka- rejected a 'defense contention that young make our Americans country who and

the head and robbed of $19 last Hibbert. A.I She said she caB not go anywhere wanna AC, West Palm Beach Air FEMALE : our community a better

Tuesday night December 3 as he I Patrolmen C. Scriven and without Tinnhall trying; to i Force Base, Fort Benning and BUY CHRISTMAS SEALS I I place in which to live.
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Ashley Investigated. 1 : HaP FIGHT TB NEW YORK I

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$16,500 York and guarantee a good : School *
Terms arranged job. Write at once to Mr. I Pepsi Cola Dealers and '

1 Corner Bagley Road "i Brown, P. O. Box 323 Lakeland I Pepsi l Cola Bottling Co. *

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no doubt one of the new acquisitions There are many handsome Awarad winners!
you're dreaming about Ism styles available in a wide price :W Listen to Pepsi Merit Award
new car.You may be planningto range that meets with any salutation on* Pepsi Cola
'' purchase it yourselves. Ormfrhaps budget. >V TEEN.TDIEWRHO 1400on
: : it may be upcoming isform 2.At the time of purchase, your dial Saturdays
of ** look for trim of atabueaa tteel. *
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present from parents The metal will not raiL tarnish
1:1, ; sow aa In either ease, it makes good or corrode so that sleek design *
': ease. In addition to the eonvmlcnce lines, grilles and wheel coven *
: _" o sTiu aDd pride of owning a trill be able to retain their
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fa a sound capital Ines eut. harmful to the interior of a car .
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fUeard1 and fine furniture and rags,to fri a *
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you can be ..in id that on hand
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