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Title:
Florida star
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
November 29, 1958
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
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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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CORNERSTONE- LAYING St. Stephen AME Church held its Cornerstone COLlINS :' VICE PRESIDENCY BID TO NAACP FOR 'RIGHTS' FIGHT -

Laying ceremonies last Sunday afternoon.
I, Shown participating in the ceremonies on the front row from left are: Grand By Staff Correspondent More than $10,000 raised by members of District 65.
Architect Davis, Rev. J. S* Johnson, pastor. James E. Genwright and Oscar Taylor. Nineteen Jaxons are awaiting preliminary hearing on I, for civil rights causes was presented Wednesday, Nov. 5 -

Back row from. left are: William. Harvey, L. Hart and J., L. Stewart.'DON'T gambling charges following their arrest last Friday, in the:. to Thurgood Marshall, director-counsel of the lega.1\ Defense
----- -- -- second big round-up that observers believe is part of a : and Education Fund of the NAACP, at the union's headquarters -

... .. ....
v..v. ...... bolita in I in New York.
drive to out Florida.
_stamp gambling
0f ,
BE AFRAID TO JOIN NAACP : ,y,w- Last Friday's raids, direc- -- ----------i The money was part of a I!' ------

s :' : I ted for the most part at designed to hit hard at cuba, i total fund of $40,000 contributed -I was divided as follows: $2,500to .
r'' ; Negro establishments brought bolita and other gambling by the 30,000 members I I the NAACP's Legal Defense '

JAXONS TOLD AT FREEDOM RALLYAn ; \5,he arrest of the following operations, already curtailed'of the Union celebrating their and Education Fund

I i persons: from raids made earlier this 25th anniversary. Other contributions NAACP Freedom Ii
$500 to the
appreciative audience attended the "Rally For Free- Tony John. George Isaac, year. went to charities,
dom" last Sunday at St. Paul AME Church to hear Mrs. : i i Jimmy E. Hassan Albert However, the manner in,, and $10,000 to aid Israel. ; Fund, $1,400 to NAACP for

Marguerite Belafonte, who is national co-chairman of the t. White, Jurand Bradley. Freddie which Sheriff Dale Carson's Mr. Marshall told the unionists -I 500 new members, $1,000 to

"Fight for Freedom Fund" campaign and annual member- f L. Williams. Thelma An- deputies are swooping downon "It is not only the I the United Negro College
ship drive of the NAACP. I derson, Juanita Perkins, Ar- licensed establishments:money you give us to carry': Fund and $1,500 to the Na-
.. .
The program was spon-t I IY chie Kennedy Nathan Brown not necessarily under suspi-, on the fight for real democracy ,, tional Urban League. The
sored by the Jacksonville, as we can go and there is ,: i Ernest Jackson Connie Ran- cion to trap bolita operatorswho in America which we sum of $200 was also contri-

Branch of the NAACP and only one direction for us to dall, Rosa Mae Jones, Mattie might visit the placesis appreciate, but even more, buted to the Youth March
the coming to Jacksonville of: travel now, and that is up. Brown, John Phillips, Eld-' coming for serious criti- the example of living demo-' for Integration. ,

MrsBelafonte was to help ( We are going to get there, ridge Poe Willie Griffin cism. cracy which you set everyday I I

arouse interest in the city. I j yes, but how much sooner I Emerson Jackson and Idella But the big question that:, in your own great or-,POOL ROOM OWNER

Mrs. Belfonte said she accepted can we get there if we all Jackson. many are asking ,is: ,What is'ganization.: We wish_ ,that 1 HELD IN SHOOTING'----
the co-chairmanship I work together.. Each": t l.,ihe: /uspect* was/ they:r motive behind the;i everyone'could know District
.
because shp felt that it was J -,There--w re'"5OOONegro released under $1000. pending 1,I[ state wide crack-down on;<,65 as we do as one of the I s R.N
a wonderful opportunity to'1', and white students in the t trial before Judge Marion gambling and whiskey sell-' very few places in our country I,; FORT PIERCE A poolroom
help her people everywhere."I .: Gooding on Friday, Nov. 28. where people practice the i shooting took the life
could never consider myself -I march on Washington for I In a coordinated series of' ing.The high principle of brother-: cf one man last Saturday
most offer-
a first class citizen, neither -:1 freedom in the schools, of frequently hood." : betweenthe
raids, officers struck simultaneously during an argument
'i the ed opinion is that Gov. Leroy
failed to see Mrs. Belafonte.
Marguriie
could my children be course they at 17 :. Of the $10,000 contributedfor operator and one of his
''President! Another march on suspected establishments Collins who is believed to be ,
first class citizens until "
my in Jacksonvilleand making a bid for the nomina- Civil Rights, $500 goes to customers.
:
will be held May : ,
brothers and sisters all Washington I said
in Patrolman Jim Bitcher
I the beaches. each of two Negro churches
for
tion vice president in 1960
parts of the world are free," :5, in celebration of the Su- : ''in Jimmy Moore: 43, of
Court decision," Mrs. WOMAN IS CUT About 50 officers participated lias ordered Florida "cleaned Montgomery, Ala., $1,000 operator
the speaker said. !jnreme i ii in the raids, which were up" because: .to the Clinton, Tenn. School the pool room is being held
"We have been as far down i Belafonte said. I I I Hoard i for investigation.I .
under to
the direction of Lt. help rebuild the
:I 1.
------- -- there He is angling to get the
; The speaker said was AS SHE TRIES 'Jim Hamlin and Deputy A- National : Clinton High School, and I was quoted by Brit-
DEATH SENTENCE I Jijo need to be afraid to become -I ,L. Rowland of the sherriff's:/: held Democratic Florida. Convention -; $1,000 to the Temple of the : cher as saying Dan Mills 25,
I a member of the or- I department. ,,I in I Reform Jewish congregationin I i was ;shot; because he (Mills)
j I
UPHELD BY FLA., I'ganization because the only % : 2. Bringing the Democratic '!had created
TO STOP FIGHT I Preliminary investigations Atlanta, Ga., all institu- a disturbance
SUPREME COURTTALLAHASSEE I fights by the NAACP are : !i of the gambling operations'., Convention to Florida would : Hans whose buildings were i Wand threatened him.
done through the courts of I' place Collins in a good position bombed
I j were made by the sheriff'sdepartment. :, by members of organized -
I the land. "If the God-fearing to get the nomination for
-A death Ij Mrs. Rebecca Sims, 35, of j Joining in the J hate groups.
people of Montgomery, Alabama vice president. M iMAN ARRESTED
sentence last Friday I raid were sheriffs David
was upheld i deputies, ; Livingston, president -
told
; if children in Little i 1041 W. 4th Street police I I I
by the Florida Supreme Jacksonville policemen, coun-, of District 65, Retail
Court in the case of a Union I Rock can risk their lives and I I' she was cut on the left arm I ty road patrolmen, and representatives : j Wholesale and Dept. Store,'
j well being for causes that as she attempted to stop a of the i/DECLARATION I AND SHOT BY
County man in the killingof !;are just and right, what can!I' : .state beverage | Union, emphasized the giftto
I I
,
a woman. 1 figh between her husband I department. : the Clinton High School. I
The court ruled John Fra-.I we in our do now march if for we join freedom.:forces ': and another man last Sunday. At the beaches, county and ISSUED BY 311 '| Our union is giving the CHnI HIS CAPTORS

zier.was not denied his con-I "The has been fighting Mrs. Sims told police that II state men were joined by I, ton School Board $1,000 in
Negro officers from Jacksonville the
stitutional rights in Union hope that others will join:
'f for freedom and justice I Richard McCoy had been ac- Beach and Atlantic Beach in this ,
County Circuit Court demonstration of :faith ,
ceedings. pro-I from Crispus Attucks to :Mar- cusing her husband of going and Constable Frank Brun- GA. MINISTERSI in the justice of school integration OCALA An Ocala man ,

Frazier convicted of tin Luther King, from Har with his wife, and she I by helping to rebuild,I was arrested last Saturday "
was son.Agents
riett Tubman to Marian Anderson -i brought: McCoy around to her were prepared with this school."' I and held in the fatal stabbing
first degree murder in the
and may it be God'swill : house to try to straighten it search
1
death of Mrs. warrants and affida- Cleveland I lof another in a beer joint
a neighbor, : Robinson
be the secreC -
that May 1963 vits for each hit. STATESBORO A : fight wounded
place All declaration was by a
Lacie Pearman. He admitted out.She C I tary-treasurer of District 65
killing Mrs. Pearman and realization of our dreams of,I said the two men got papers were signed by Juvenile of 311 ministers 'of At- who heads the union's civil, state trooper during the: ar
throwing her body in the;Free Americans and free peo- into a heated argument Court Judge Marion lanta was issued "in an at- rest.

Santa Fe River. He was convicted -|pie." I which developed into a I Gooding.Prior tempt to get the people of "Benjamin Franklin."4t, ssM

in August, 1957. Mrs. Belafonte expressed J fight, and she was trying to to the raids, Sheriff Georgia to accept integration "We are proud that the stabbing occurred in self
: disappointment! at the crowd,, top the fight when she was Dale. Carson said they were according to Sen. Richard bers contributed our mem defense in the slaying of
I j not because she was speak- cut on the arm, but she could t I Russell. ly to the NAACP so generous-I I Willie Willis Jr. H,: s id
CITIZENS URGED ing, but because of what the I not tell who cut her. She I It has been said by the Urban League both of which!' Willis slashed at him With

,movement stands for. I was treated at Duval Medical HOUSE IS STRIPPED !'I senior Georgia senator that are in the forefront of the I j jI !a knife, slitting his shfrt.,
,
There were 93 new memberships Center. BY THIEVES AFTER ]I! "Georgians will be unworthy'of civil rights struggle. We '! Franklin said he *oo> the
TO PUSH FIGHTS added and $154 in I Patrolmen William H. Har- 1'' our heritage if we sur- I especially proud of are I knife away from Willis and

public collection. President ris and Sidney Gaines in-TENNANTS MOVE OUT: render at any time before. work on the NAACP legal your,in: the tussle Willis wrs :stab-
!1G- B. Wsshii gton of the lo-1!vestigated.I Thieves entered a rental t the shooting starts." defense. bed. Franklin then ran to a
IN I J THECOURTS t fcal branch announced the I I house at 1765 Johnson St,''1 I The :Manifesto issued recently -I The i nearby house. Three ociice-
balance
I meeting nights and a continuation -I POLICE ARREST MAN I between 4:30: P.M.: Saturday i, said "enforced segregation -{j of the $10,000.men and a state trooper
l
of the membershipdrive. IN SHOOTING SPREEA I and 1:30 p.m. Sunday and i in the public schools: found him hiding under a

MIAMI The citizens of: )carried away everything including -'i is now without support, and THIEVES BREAK IN staircase.
the ''I : Patrolman H. J. Cash said
Dade County have been I. kitchen sink police -contrary to national law"j j'I
urged to stop their inte-{WOMAN IS STABBEDIN 45-year-old man was' reported. I'and I suggested, token integra-' BUSTER FORD'S i Trooper C. E. Saunders was
up
gration fight in the courts arrested' last Saturday and Charles Burkhalter, owned''tionThe clergymen said j standing behind Franklin,
and voting booths. r HEAD BY MAN charged with firing fire arms of the Johnson Street house ;: "the choice which confronts : Buster Ford's Restaurant!I pistol in hand as he was putting -

"You've to do in the city'when' he took a reported a tennant moved out''us:I now is either the end of 1: was broken into last Sunday, the handcuffs the-
urged to step got their more inte-i A f.l-ycar-cld: woman reported -I a shot at Odell Glcaton, 32,, Saturday ard the house ap-''enforced I segregation in pub morning and only the cigarette -I'suspect.
suing," Roy Wilkins.up execu-, an attack made on her of 1085 W. 31st Street. peared to be in tact. ,In making lic schools or no public I machine was robbed,!hand back in an apparent attempt -
tive secretary of the National I by her boy-friend, who stab- Gleaton told investigating a check of, the premises schools whatsoever.In 'police reported. i I I I to get the trooer's
Association for the Advancement bed her in the head with a officers that he was attempting Sunday afternoon he dis-I the senior Georgia sena Someone entered through gun, Cash reported.The .
of Colored People, told knife as she attempted: to to chastise his children covered $343 worth of fix- tor's speech it was stated I a fan in the Year of the I gun went off and the
1,600 at a meeting. leave his home a't 251 Elm when his neighbor HerbertT. tures removed and about $400: that if the ministers want to I building and broke into the bullet struck Franklin in the-

"And persons you've got to registerand Street. Young, of 1079 W. 31st St., damage to the house. : preserve the public schools cigarette machine. Nothingwas I left leg. During the questioning -
vote. There isn't anything Miss Johnnie Mae Bolden, had an argument with him. Missing were two outside I they should appeal to the Na- I' Franklin denied' he attempted -
with race rela- of 121 Chelsea Street said she Alter a few heated words doors, light fixtures, the tional Association for the missing but a quantity to resist arrest or
tions in wrong Florida that 200,000 was at ,the home of Shelly Young went to his house and floor furnace, bath tub, wash Advancement of Colored Pea of cigarettes. The thief or that he went for the trooper'sgun.

more registered voters would Lee Murphy, 30, and he told got his rifle came back to basin, commode, medicine ple to stop its lawsuits thieves left through the front He claimed he had
not cure." her to leave. She said as she his house and fired one shot cabinet, hot wafer heater, the against segregation.State door, investigating officers obeyed orders to raise his
Wilkins said Negroes have got up to leave he stabbed at him through his living kitchen sink and the .a1umi. segregation 'laws call hands before he was shot.
room. num window screens, Patrol- for closing the school whena said.Patrolmen The sheriff's department
themselves to blame for not her in the left side of the A. R. Wollitzand
defending their cause at the had.She sajd she would sign Patrolmen L. C. Williamsand man K. A. Plummer reported. court orders a Negro ad- continued the investigation.
mited to a white school. A. W. Hamwey investigated.
polls. ," a warrant 0 A. R. James investigated.
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, 7 THE FLORIDA STAR. "Politics As Usual"By

Y I

NEWS r ERIC 0. SIMPSON

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Published by The Florida Star: Publishing Co. The article appearing in the current issue of The South
I Atlantic Quarterly under the title "Another :Middle-Class
"Member ot Associated Negro Press"Eric a Revolution in the Making", from which we quoted several

O. Simpson.Editor !' paragraphs last week continues follows
: .. !. as :
C. Puham Johnson ...-...News Staff I .Negro political leadership
(
Attamae Richardson -Circulation Depi. lr *s HO longer monopolized by:- sent limitations. Many of
the undertaker and the minister -'
:
: them formulate its realitiesas
MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: It has a broader base.

2333 Moncrief: Road ____ EL 4-S782 EL 4.6783 -ii g Negro leaders are coming,<, detached observations. t

Downtown Branch Office: 423 Broad Si. Phone EL 4.3773Mailing } from their teachers, lawyers.]I i "Let us examine the work
doctors contractors insur-
,
ance agents real-estate brokers -'[I of a fairly typical and sucicesaful -

Address: v and owners of restaur-! practical Negro politician -
P. O. Box 561. Jacksonville 1, Florida I
ants, taverns, stores, garages, in Jacksonville, a deep

filling stations, and beauty|South City with a large pop-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES ; These
parlors. make the cam-ulation I transplanted from
One/THr. $540; Half Tear $3.08; Three Months; $1.80 paign contributions; these
Georgia. This Is
politician
Mailed To Yeu Aaywhere In The United Stales. must be consulted as to the'
Negro candidates for elective middle aged. He has. had
Subscription. Parable in AdTance. Send Check or Money Order To: tl s a s' '
and appointive offices and some experience working in
FLORIDA STAR-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE 1. FLORIDA J the white candidates "I
1f / 3 : to be the North, but he is Southern

supported. born and has spent most of

DISCRIMINATION CLAUSE J leader The Negro can no-I his life in the -South. He is

"S L St. longer delivera j I 'a church worker and a mem-

: fJv bloc of Negro -I her of a number of lodges.i .

.IN U.S. GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS : h 4t receive voters and i Up until about 1945 he was

per-I a Republican and attended

NOT ENFORCED SAYS ILL t : 1. : -': sonal that paymentfor deliv-'I one or two national Republican -

: ery. This old conventions as a dele-

practice allowed -i t gate. (In crossing over to the

Regretfully we note the lack of vigorprus enforcementand 1J D the white, Democratic party in 1945 he

broad application of the promise contained in the Presi- I politician, to,did not burn all his bridges
:
dential Executive Order establishing the President's Com 'W ,. y 1 square his ob-,behind him; his wife or
mittee on Government Contracts. An examination of the 'igation and
status of Negro workers in industrial plants operating with HATE. DEVIDING US, WHEN UNITY IS MOST NEEDED Simpson give the Negro,I brother continues to be a

federal contracts reveals flagrant and widespread violation community nothing. The Negro -: working Republican and to

of the anti-descrimination clause contained in all U. S- leader is now answerable I I attend Republican national

Government contracts. Your to the Negro middle-class conventions as a delegate.) I

The American economy is predominantly interstate and, Weekly community and he must deliver He is primarily interested in

therefore, the federal government has a basic responsibility public advantages to the
the work of his
political
for eliminating discriminatory employment practices espe- Horoscope Guide Negro community if he is to I precinct -

cially in those institutions, public and private, operating retain his leadership. which is large, contain-

with federal funds. However, the middle-class ing from 2,000 to 3,000 voters,
WHICH ARt YOUR LUCKY
DAYS
At the present time there is pending with the Presi- FOR revolution is far from being for the precinct limits were

dent's Committee on Government Contracts over 20 com BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL completed. Negro professionaland I I fixed at a time few Negroes
plaints filed by the National Association. the Advance- business men to take aI 1
voted and is I
ment of Colored People. These complaints document a : By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES leading part in politics and!i,! overwhelmingly
pattern of discriminatory practices by some of America'slargest to make campaign contribu- : Negro containing no more

multi-plant corporations operating with governmentfunds. your hopes diminished as aI|'around yourself, your cash tions. They are not likely toj I, than 25 -or 50 white voters-

These include major producers in the nation's air- Born March 21 thru April 20 result of shattered domesticand I I and possessions and loved get appointed to public offices "This leader organizes avoter's

craft manufacturing, oil and chemical refining, communi- The spirit of rebellion, dissatisfactions worldly ties. ones, let providence do the or to get the contracts I
cations electrical and textile industries. for business build- i I league for his precinct
manufacturing and advanced no 640553853643.LEO rest. With the yuletide season public j
Some of these cases have been pending with the President's tions that are far too complexfor approaching you will be keptso I ings, insurance, or supplies. '!I and gets himself elected the

Committee for more than three years without any sIgnifi-- the ordinary mind may busy that will have Moreover, the Negroes do not I I! president. He may enlist as
cant action to eliminate the discriminatory practices suf- have all the in : you yet have the large number of 800
justification Born July 23 thru August 23 no time to get into trouble. I many as or 1,000 mem-
fered by Negro workers. the world, but they will not It is a peculiarity of human The responsibilities that you professional, business, occu-!| bers who pay regular dues I
Based upon the Association's experience with the many I be popular It is the hardest nature to be dissatisfied even I have shouldered for pational, and labor organiza-j I
i so long '
cases filed on behalf of its members, we are forced to conclude task of all to sell"progress as t when the horn of plenty should soon begin to Lions that the whites have, so and attend monthly or semi-

that the President's Committee on Government Con those who have possessionsare spills out its bounty. Anotheris in a richer pay of life returns that they have fewer groups I monthly meetings held in a I

tracts has not performed its primary responsibility of afraid to lose them: while I its tendency to blame luck 4-50-11-49-13 way-459. through which to work and church. There are fish friesor
enforcing the anti-discrimination provision In federal government those who have appeal politically. I
not are suspicious or anything else for the difficulties other entertainments

contracts. t of even/thing and I that, nine times out SAGITTARIUSBorn the"This still results in giving which as many as 1.500 at-
ministers and church
everyone. You had better re- of ten, are purely the products Nov. 23 ihru Dec. 21 organizations tend. Public familiarization
main neutral and keoo your I of human failings, excesses You can't afford to take a proportionately
\ views and beliefs under larger influence than these programs are put on regularly -
your emotional chances.
instabilityor at
I Unlucky play
NEGRO VOTERS URGED
: hat on the 23rd thru 23th be- recklessness. See what can I i could also be unlucky in love play in the white communi-- at which city and county

I' cause you would only stir upa be done in the way of remedial I this wek so take no risks in ties. A remarkable fact is the I I officials appear to describe

PREPARE NOW FOR 1960 tempest. steps should you recognize either direction particularly extent political to leaders which urban Negro I the duties of their offices.
in the Southare i
4-30-22-28-21-432. !any of these categoriesas I, on the 23rd, 24th and 26th. conscious of this middle- The leader has an office in
pertaining to on the Your desires clash withthC'se
you
I I may
class revolution and his home and he 'is available
TAURUS 23rd thrue 26th when events : of someone who its pre-
NEW ORLEANS-Now is the time to "begin preparingfor Born April 20 ihru May 20 promise to be rather explosive -!' be quite important to seemsto tc the voters at all times and

1960," Clarence Mitchell, director of the NAACP Washington As it becomes almost impossible and unpredictable. and: this could lead to results you from for all sorts of advice and
bureau, declared in an address at a crusade for to sift the true from I 8 70 55 68 getting out of bounds.
that
-54-875. are not in the best in 7-90-77-89-75-798. favors. Most important he
voters here. The NAACP the
meeting spokesman analyzed the false it wiser to
I appears terests of either
results of the election and warned that "you cannot wait remain quietly in the back I. VIRGO party. Thisis keeps in contact with "the
a day when those
until mid" 1959 or the spring of 1960 to get citizens registeredto ground and refuse to be!, Born Aug. 24 ihru Sept. 23 in affection and old you friends hold I PISCES Influence," his chief contact
-
vote. drawn into taking sides making -I Try to recognize the extent I cculd get together with Bern Feb. 19th thru March 20 with key white politicians.His .
In his address delivered Nov. 9 :Mr. :Mitchell called I you
on commitments, becoming j i of your blessings early this :and share your prayers as Rather than genig driven I link with the Influence ';
for drive to voters I
a continuing get registered. Iake plans I
bewitched or risking cash or i week as this could be the 'well by the material
( as your blessings. The consideration may be with the city mayor's
now to elect delegates to the Democratic national I
conven- I
reserves on the 26th. It i is best 'i
safeguard against theo last days of the month that to have
seem
tion and to the Republican national convention," he urged- -' II' I would I gripped i office or the county sheriff'soffice
more important than ever t final crisis that seems to be be ideal for the preparations the world as a whole, declare.
"When the civil rights platforms are being written make I' I' or both it is sometimessome
secure the hold on your job in the making 23rd thru 26th. !'I that can make the yuletide your independence, if not ;
sure that there are some qualified, able and courageous and on the economic ties that If i white lawyer bankeror
i your feelings have mastered i season noteworthy. verbally at least in the deepest or
pro-civil rights delegates from Louisiana who will '
help are an 'essential part of your and boss behind the
have -33-12-31-213. standing
to write those platforms." I you, you I I II I recesses of vour soul This
overall security objective: abandoned the should help 'mayor or the sheriff. The
to
customary you master
He further indicated that the failure i
of Senate Majority Readjustments that are necessitated -I prudence that is part of your I CAPRICORN the explosive and unpredic-leader clears his league's en-
Leader Lyndon Johnson to include civil I
in his
rights legislative by the events of birthright, you can expect I Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19 table situations that could dorsements of white candi-
proposals was cause for "shock" to voters. the times should not be delayed the reactions to be swift and You are having your share arise on the 23rd-24th. Safety I dates through the Influence.

as you never can tell implacable to your personaland I of troubles, unquestionably, both for yourself and your!This i is important because it
what will come up next. financial detriment. but I is through this link with the
The i as many as not may be precious Dpssesiors, should be II
.NOT CHARITY BUT A CHANCEThere 1-50-66--48- -168. one ray of hope is the bond I i of your own making. You the guiding principle cn white politicians that the

:, between you and your chosen I I could be too rigid in your these days The tendency to I Negro leader the Negro precinct

I partner, provided it is strong I!attitudes and demands and lose faith in others as wellas and the Negro community
GEMINI enough to withstand any attempts unwilling to accept your natural yourself should not be admitted make their claim to the
are many splendid charitable organizations in Born May 21 thru June 21 to sunder it. limitations or admit on the 26th for fear Negro community benefits in

this country and their work is 'of the utmost value. Butthere It would be the better partof __1-30-22-29-21-131. your errors. This makes it that it would adversely affect: I eturn for delivering the Negro -
are numbers of handicapped people whose need is prudence to shun the limelight difficult to maintain your future. vote.

-for employment' within the limits of their physical or and stay put in one LIBRA ldtions both at. home good and re-.I 5-80-44-78-43-583. I .

mental capabilities, rather than outright aid. Goodwill spot when your own prompt Born Sept. 24 ihru Oct. 23 abroad and further facilitates i
Industries, which operates in more than 100 American and ings as well as prevailing Imbue yourself .and those the tasks of antagonists in
many foreign cities, is geared to meet that need. conditions urge you to do so who ,putting the
surround with wrong light
the on
the you
Its slogan is "Not Charity, But A Chance." Its plan is on 26th. No one belong spirit that is supposed to your words and actions. You SUPPORT THE DRIVE
to this
as effetive as it is simple to create jobs and provide ing should inspired sign reign this week, right from could negate all these possibilities .
training for handicapped people out of the repairing of tempt fate in any the beginning. by being high-
very This very
form and
the exercise of FOR BETTER TREATMENT\
restraint -
contributed clothing and household articles. These materialsare could prevent the critical developments -,minded and superior as after
remains
the
collected from homes and brought to its workshops. best in I that seem to in- There they are made usable and old, and the handicapped I: surance against the volcanic elude home, the they do not compel.
family and :
eruptions that have been OF NEGROES LOCAL FIRMS
recieve the proceeds. sonal and 'public may relations I those closest to you from 3-20-11-18-13-238.

Goodwill Industries in sum, helps people to help I reaching a stage where they
themselves. It is a non-profit organization, operating under only seething ,up to now. Per- would lead to results that are I would like :o see a new policy of bolter treatment
of the Federal may come under fire and it as AQUARIUS to Negro customers adopted by local firms.
special provisions wage-hour law. It is is unexpected as they should
bringing new life and hope to multitudes of unfortunates. low not them in your to interest become to al be unwanted. A very ef:ec- Born The Jan.difficulties 20 thru Feb. 19 I resent being called by my first name by salesman
ruptured five would that one and saleswomen.I .
way be to liefprovide
altogether. for those P encounters in life often have believe that Negro patrons should be provided
who
9- 0-88-53-88-988 not quite fortunate in obtain are more value than most- people ample rest room facilities In local establishments and

'ing the many blessings which appreciate as they are the an end put to Jim-crow signs on drinking fountains
CANCER ch2ract: uiIders
hive'come to that eventually nd rest room
Born June 22 ihru July 22 8-73-17 18-28-369.you. lead to success. Take the. To accomplish these changes I am willing to cease

z. VA You are well known for critical situations that may patronizing firms that are' unwilling to noel these
your generosity when there arise on the 23rd thru 26th in requests I

is a good cause to be served. SCORPIO your stride and decide to
If you apply the same phi)oBorn Oct. 24 thru Nor. 22 utilize them as building NAME /

sopby in your business, mari The conditions that have stones for, self-betterment

j and other vital relationships been building up all month and the forging of your career AbDRESSI

you could avert the to break down your resistance and fortunes. Social and
understand that will be held confidential
my name
Llowup that could occur from may make a concerted financial questions seem to unless indicated otherwise below.
.the 23rd thru 26th. Should assault on your emotional be the ones that will require ,

) 01. you fail to take the necessary stability 23rd thru 26th. Just the closest attention and, ( ) You may dlsrlone my name if necessary.

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feel very humble during this particular sea
is our hope that all of our readers took time out
blessings on Thanksgiving Day.

.
ae Gravitae Bridge Club met recently in the
r home of Mrs. Mary Jones. 1766 West Sixteenth
Mrs. L. B. Childs as honor guest.

... .. won by Mrs. Hazel Lilliemthal' ,. Mrs. Elizabeth:
\ M. Mrs. Marie Argrett. jj jf*'''' _
5 'w rs 'g 4 S :. di4h present included Mrs. Sara S. Slewart. *
vi Cunningham Mrs. Bonnie L. Bush. Mrs. Rattle
Mrs. L. King Mrs. Julia Brooks. Mrs. Willie
: and Mrs. Agnes Reeves.
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-i.l the menu was in keeping with the Thanks

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intimate friends last Monday evening November

i iI ; IJ : : 1 by following Rev. W.their F. Foster marriage in the ceremony Mt. Zion which AME

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+: .:;:\i( ::';" :::;r ::: : ::: is the former Mrs. Virginia Collette Nettles
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/ : : '.J City New and Philadelphia Pa. She is
Jersey ,
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F : of Mrs. Maggie A. Collette and the late Rev.
: : : Collette of Atlantic City.

H' Gray is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Gray.
city.
to congratulate the newlyweds were Dr. and
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L -.. / ... .. : ...'. .'..' .: .: E. Scott; Mr.: Leroy B. Jackson; Mr. Oscar
: : ; Miss Alethia B. Frazier; Miss Bernice E. Griffin;

edI4t \ xt '?:.:':(::: '.: ty''' : T. Jackson; Atty. and Mrs. Earl M. Johnson;
F o.: ..!-:::, L. Betsch; Miss Johnetta Betsch; Mrs. Ethel

: \ ; Mrs. Mary Mackey;1Ir. and Mrs.. H. Burney
.: : ; Mrs. W. Russell Robinson; Mr.: and Mrs. Fred
: 4's : .+ : ; and Mrs. Algia D. Barnett; Mr. and Mrs. Percy
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., ; Mrand Mrs.: Benjamin Powell; Mr. and Mrs-
i i ; and, Mr. and Mrs. Summer G. Wiles.
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I II i meeting of Beta Alpha Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi ..
'. : I I was held at the Zeta House on West Beaver

: I I Jones, Basileus, presided over the business _

: A ... .. ." .......:............:,:...A.... II the meeting.
............ :........ '.'.:':..,...'. .......... .. ...' charming hostesses for the meeting included
...'.........'.. ...,...'.:.::'......:..'....:.:....."......'':. :""!'.' ....'..::.:'. .. .. 1. I : Allen, Mrs. Marie Argret, Mrs. Naomi Bailey,
.::.:(no..:t..,:.:::: r:>:'.::,.:;::':':..:::' .. .: i Coles, Miss Arey Chrispin, and Mrs. Gloria
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__ to many citizens is the engagement of Miss ''
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4* \ 1 to Mr. Frank Morgan of Galveston Texas.

& .u"R is the daughter of Mrs. Ida Stanford Holley, I
: Morgan is the son of Mr. and :Mrs. Alex Morgan I
: A December wedding is planned. ;
I Griffin entertained the Hellenesian Bridge
j' Saturday evening in her home on West Fifteenth
had her Mrs. Evelyn Jasmin. Mrs.
as guests
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a. Randall and Mrs. Vanorian Schell the latter e.
SCHOOL QUEENS Shown are queens In the top row from left are: "Miss In the same order the lovely guest prize.
Miss Carrie Hamilton. "Miss Gil Duval Vocational". Miss I were won by Mrs. Evelyn Barnes and Mrs.
following Stanton
I for the 1958-1959 school term "Miss Edward Waters who also qualified for the special gift.
coronation activities held in the various bert". Miss Daisy Lee Woodberry and "Miss Howard/ and "Miss Douglas t 1 attending the meeting were: Miss Marga-

schools. Northwestern". Miss Mary Butler. Evelyn Cofer Mrs.. Claudia Jenkins, :Mrs. Leona Bennett, .
-_ .- ---- ------- ------ --- -- -- ------- -- --- ----- ( Robinson, Mrs- Carolyn Washington, Mrs.:

LAYMEN TO MEET AMARYLLIS CIRCLE MATRONS SOCIETY CUIB I NOTES I Jones, and Mrs. Bernice Hamilton.
MEETING PLANS FOR BANQUETA *
AT MT. ZION AME ANNOUNCES I rica Mendez was superb in her second annual

LAKE CITY-The laymenof CORONATION BALL HELD last Monday evening at James Weldon Johnson

the Northeast Conferencewill 1\1 aNTIC ELLa-The A-, banquet and princess The Invincible Ladies Club I i'0k School. ,
hold a meeting Novem- Garden Circle meet, contest will be sponsored by held its annual coronation .4ro lyric soprano, was supported on the program
Mt. Zion AME maryllis the Matrons Society of the Weldon Concert Band,directed by Mr. Ernest
ber 30 in the ing was held in the home of; Associa-i ball recently in the Masonic
Union
Church, Madison, with the Mrs. Josephine SandersKeaton -, Progressive : Hall on the St. AugustineRoad.
December 4 in the audi-
tion,
.
president, W. K. Kicklighter with Mrs. ,, *
presiding.For recently co-hostess.Janiej'I!. torium of the Royal Taber- Various clubs of the city 4Mr held their most recent meeting in the
Thompson, as
nacle Church at 8
I Baptist were invited and music was : the president. Mrs. Mildred Hampton, 803 West
Mrs. Willie M. Davis, president -: furnished Adams : .
More Beautiful p.m.A by George
I presided over the business -: panel discussion will be;' and his band.MINNETTES. I lengthy business session., members enjoyed a
Hair sesion. presented by Mrs. :Mattie Gil- repast.

Use THELMA'S Products I lams on various subjects.A I .
Sold in Seller's. Jax Meat The circle will preent its program will be ren-I,
anniversary program, Decemiber dered and Mrs. Eliea Rich' SOCIAL CLUB ,
Daylight & All Drug Store Memorial CONDUCTS MEETING ;. .w ; TROOP 293 ,
I 8 at 3 p. m. at Perry will be the speaker for I ABOUT PEOPLE
Baptist Church. the occasion. 1 1 The Minuettes Social and OFFICERS
--- Members of Les Coquettes i i Saving Club held a meeting I .

Charity Club will be present.All (I recently in the home of Troop 293 of I
ministers and their;i Clarence Zinnoman, 2066 The Rev. J. M. Royster
DO YOU TIRE EASILY '; AME Church held a
\Vbodside Avenue.
II r vc find, is I congregations of the Union recently to install I ill in his home at 818 6th
w.r..vt f If 1
1 evf Bible for the -
1. d.fltlfnty 1 y.w dNf.! 4. .d tutor IH I Civ y.Mrt.lf Progressive Asociation have verses meet- Street East Bradenton.
.v.y l.H with O'JlIN Lv. T... ,
I
IK impotent Vitamins i big began with M.
been asked to attend the !
Ifs STfc3 TohUlt/ caloim f nwtt promnM4 pro-
*T d.r SN I} *W ViI. JM MM, .tfiw t btacltfdinf Mack: Riley installed are: Ed- .
and president
IHIV MM. iiomiM fo w fk ...cu, ire f/kt-/ .- e gram, which will be closed j ; 1i
IISt*Floy.. .Off.d OMIN TeU.lt.si y.fr dg. .,., II by the first vice moderatorand i Haywood Johnson, reporter. :: ;; Jones, president;
IN nsvhf, y.w rf .y t.y OWN Itt S 0.1n. pr w 7he. 7\ I! vice presi- Miss Irma L. Jackson of
l.ck .. \ :
fir.d..q us. y. n.tI the 7. ca. held Mrs. Leather Timmons
.. .. y ",N,, N w. r." >>.*.. ..d rywIM Smith, secretary, 1916 College Circle, North, is
of Lake I ;
fw d.w, r nn YiIJ-Ia.pr f" Wwk I City. I Sheis
lEitbe II' treasurer ill in Brewster Hospital.
ff N 1nILr _itll. 4 Pl r.clew OM/N M. f WAl DADS CLUB TO FEATURE Mrs. Ida Bryant ;
VM ervpjl.f-I.)) S3. tS I instructor at MatthewW.
MRS. DAVENPORT Graham, chaplain, an
01;" Slu i DECEMBER I 'I Harris, re Gilbert High School anda
Mrs. Ethel will
Davenport I of her
flit member of New Mt. Pleasant -
BRIDE be presented in a recital' Frank ,
CME Church.
DIXIE PHARMACYKings December 7, at 7:30 p.m. by: and Mrs. are: Caril Lee
the Dads Club of Susie E.: Galveston Tribune, Patri- r
Road and Myrtle Tolbert Elementary School. j ding wil Monica Mitchell,
Mrs. Davenport will sing Dec. 20.Florida. Matthews, Patri- Mrs., Rosa Jero, a memberof
I It Joan the Pallbearers SocietyNo.
the latest recordings of gospel Butler,
You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get t and spiritual songs and' Davis, Pamela 18, Mrs. Ella Rushe Tel-
render several of her own I Simms, and fair is ill in Duval Medical .

compositions.She I "SPEAK Center.
[3
is a member of the ..
PRICESOn "
LOW PTA and Mothers Club of,... -t ... ,..,. "

I Susie E. Tolbert School and : CHIROPRACTIC
Your ti.r New St. James AME".Church.


DRUG STORE NEEDS BLUE TRIANGLE ". ,..: CLINIC STREET-

CLUB ORGANIZEDThe .
Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store Blue Triangle Club of '-.' :-. .. ARTHRITIS'

S. P. Livingston School was
WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISEDIN K organized recently with Mrs Arthritis is the most common condition affecting -

YOUR LOCAL PAPERSWe are r. Hortense Brewington serving and disabling persons af 40 and over today.
h4- '33: advisor to the club. .: -- Arthritis may affect any moveable Join! In the

Deliver We Also Fffl AH Doctor Prescription "''''''I''D' .. '''>.f.'>''S'-J Officers of the club are: DB. OWEN body but i1 usually begins In the hand. feet DS GSEESONlmeea .
Loretta Greene president '
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FELTON-SUMLAR Mr. Maxine Sullivan, vicepresident -; shoulders. or back. Shs area around Joints may become lender, reeL swo118D.r

and Mrs. Benjamin Felton Jacquelyn Wells, secretary with the paID wor88 ID the morning and gradually seeming to lean you after you
Dixie Pharmacy &nnOunce the engagementof ; Laverne Williams, as- f moTe around. You may feel tired and nallees when the paID !II worse. ID !he early
their daughter. BeanUDoreilxa sistant secretary;; Catherine stages. the pain often seams: to leave completely for a few weeb only to come back/
1502 KINGS ROAD at MTSTLE ATENUBPBOMB8 later. i
Brown financial worse
; secretary -
EL a.GII1.. to Arthur Lee Inbwcl find aDd the basic
Gail Price, treasurer, and A Doctor of Chiropractic S. to correct C&UM.xsmlar/
Sumlar. aoa' of Mr. .and Sandra White. chaplain.: eon 'tft'W'L' Time may allow your conillhlcn to.beco.m.. : wor- A Chiropractic
PAY YOUR UGHT;WATER AND TELEPHONE Mrs. 'Jessie Sumlar. Committees will be tioa I* urged for you to find If relief can be yours. fj

BILLS AT OUR STORE The wedding wil b. la pointed during the first meet-ap- ... RIND and Main Street.. EL 0-0186 JacksoaTillev" Florid J

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Ministers And Deacon Union Holds District Meet mI


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EASTERN AUXILIARY TO CLOSE 1 i I CHURCH NOTES TO MT.OBSERVE SINAI CHURCH ANNUAL I I ..' y'U ST. AUGUSTINE i i PROGRAM tJY SINGERS PLANNED UNION



DISTRICT CONVENTION SUNDAY I I ANNIVERSARY_ HELD 1 MEN'S DAY SUNDAYMt. CHOIR APPEARSIN The Singers Union will

a at First
present program
I FOR PASTOR'S BOARD Sinai Baptist Church
Rev. A. D. Harris of Mt. Men's I Baptist Church, December 7
The Eastern District of the Ministers and Deacon Union i Zion AME Church, South-I will observe Annual Za: RECITALThe I I at 8p.m.
Day, November 30 with Clifford Ij
and the Women sub district convention auxiliaries to the side was speaker when thePastor's. I The program is being presented -
U "ion Progressive Baptist Association will terminate, Aid Board of Mt. Norton as chairman. j I for the benefit of the
.. Bethlehem Church 6th and Madison -. I The Male Chorus, under
November 30 in Baptist 1 fund drive.
observed
Church of building
Tabor Choir
Baptist St. Augustine i j
the direction of James Smith j
Streets the Rev. S. Gaston is moderator and'the Rev-
its anniversary. Raleigh, N- C. will be presented -I The Singing Trumpets will
will furnish the music.
T. E. Nelson. is the. host. castor. +j
The- Sunday School and Participants on the pro- The Rev. H. H. Robinson, in a recital, Dec. 2T, be in charge of the opening
,I gram were: Mrs. M., K. Williams will deliver the 11 under the direction of Prof.j i jof the program. The affair
pastor
BTU Departments were in I Orion Johnson and Mrs. Mat- Mrs. Emma J. Knight, a.msermon.. A musical will J. C. Moore, with Prof. Tho-!I is being sponsored by Harold

charge of which the pre held opening tie Latimerpresiding.. Mrs. Annie B. Grant, Mrs. S. be presented during the mas Thornley as organist in1 I''E. Peterson.

program was on At 10:30: a.m., November F- Johnson, Miss Delores evening service featuring the New Stanton School audito-|
November 26 with the Rev 29 the Red Circle and Matrons I Johnson, Mrs. Edith Wilcox, soloists of the church. lium. |

will preside at the serv-: Mrs. M. M. Smith and Rev.
They are: Mrs. Nora Anderson MRS. VINEY FORD
MUSICAL PLANNEDAT l The recital is'
being -
ice. A Bible drill will be conducted H. Overstreet gave remarks spon-

FIRST CORINTHA by Mrs. Cora following the program. Mrs. Alice, :Mrs.Burrough Edith ,Jones Mrs., __......____,_......... *1l! sored Church.by St. Phillips Episcopal PRESIDES AT MEET
,
Brown. B'I I Bessie Grant, Mrs. Dorothy NAACP MEMBERSHIP The committees Tic-
Services Sunday will are: I The Ladies of the Links
musical will be Acosta, Mrs. Elnora Cox
program CHAIRMAN
Miss Sylvia kets A- St. George Richardson -
with Sunday School at 9:30: CENTRAL SERVEAS Golfers Guild held a meeting
BAPTIST
in First Corinth Small E. H. H. and I
presented Benjamin
Tyson is serving as general B. Nairn W.
George Golf
the
followed Lincoln
a-m- by morning CONVENTION HOST i recently in the
Church November 30 J. Smith.
I
Baptist I Harry
chairman of the NAACP
Russell Robinson, Mrs. Beu-
after the evening service fea-I,I I worship at 11 a.m. The Rev Central Baptist Church was The soloist and off I :and Country Club, with Mrs.
sponsor kick membershipdrive
big
lah Alonza Davis
luring Mrs. Laura Jackson]I R. J. Crawford will deliver I host when the Ministers,I who raises the highest beginning November I! Hughes E. L. J. Banks;i Viney Ford, vice president
the sermon and the Rev. T.1 publicity, presiding over the forum
and the Versiteer Gospel!1 Deacons and Laymen's Union amount of will be December 15. !
25
I money through Mrs. Sams Eric O.
Lucye ,
F
I' Nelson will serve as alter- and theVomen's Sub-Dis II with members on the panel.
Singers. given a prize. The goal is set for 2500 Simpson Porcher Taylor; finance the
1 Plans enacted for
nate. 1 1 trict Convention auxiliariesto I were
The program is being give The observance will begin members. Please take
new G- B. Nairn, N- C.
of the first
de-
The Rev. S. Gaston will presentation an-
in the interest of the Senior : the Union St. James Baptist with the Sunday School department out membership today
your Paul, W W. Johnson, Ivey, the
ual tournament by
liver the evening message at I Association convened this open
Mission under the direction .
anniversary.On and help us to help Carter; preparation of dinner: The tournament is
December 2 the Rev.D. 2:45 Murrell: p.m.will and serve the as Rev.alter-L- week. of the Rev. B. F. Addison in you fight for freedom. I for visitors, Women's Auxiliary -: slated group. for December 28-29.
Rhodes and
charge.
congregationof Mrs. B. chairman
Hughes, -
the nate. Appearing on program dur- I
New Testament I
|
Bap-
the convention Rev. ; decoration of audito-:
tist Mrs. Annie B. Reed is the ing were
Church will render serv- I rium, Mrs. Gertrude Hall and MT. OLIVE CLUB
A. B. Coleman Rev. A. Anderson THANKSGIVING TEA CHOIR 3 PRESENTS
ices in the behalf of the president of the women's de I
Rev. W. E. members of the Altar Guild;: HOLDS FALL MEET
Senior Mission. The anniver- partment. Young, TO BE SPONSOREDBY THANKSGIVING TEAA
Rev. S. L. Miss souvenir program, Mrs. Ma-
Badger Mary
sary celebration will termi- USHER BOARD rie Stewart, chairman Mrs.I
nate, December 8. Cull, Mrs. Minnie M. Lowe, pre-Thanksgiving Tea was I K. D. McFarlin, Mrs. ;Sarah I The first fall meeting of the
ANNUAL MEET .. Deacon Leroy Littles, Miss I R. B. Sutton Club of the Mt.
by Choir 3 of sec- Nairn Mrs. Ruth I
Patricia A. Squalls, Rev. D. Usher Board No. 3 of Shi- presented {I Leapheart,
ond Church Sundayinin :Miss Blanch I Olive AME Church was held
TO CLOSE SUNDAYThe loh Church will Baptist Johnstone and
Baptist
B. Barnes Rev. S.
WHITE Washington spon-
SWAN the basement of the, others- recently in the home of Miss
DRY CLEANERS Rev. G. H. Hamilton and sor a Post-Thanksgiving Tea, ; Lillian Moore.
i
church with Mrs. Eddie Lee,
& LAUNDRYSave 68th session of the Rev. W. L. Jones. November 30 from 4 to 6 p.m. The October meeting was

South Florida Annual Conference -| Rev. R. Leander Jones, in the home of Miss Jose- Williams serving as mistressof held in the home of Mrs.

" ;- on Cash & Carry] African Methodist served as host pastor. phine Brown, president, 1544 ceremonies. GOSPEL CHORUS Mafonia Wade with Mrs. Ida
Members of the choir servingon
West 8th Street.A .
ExperiencedHand Episcopal Zion Church will commUtes for the tea PLANS CONCERTThe Thomas of Lakeland as guest.
terminate in the Varick AME I program has been arranged The meeting for November
were: Mrs. Daisy Jamerson,
for the affair. The I
Zion Church, November 30. LAYMEN UNION CLOSES was held recently in the
Finishing ? Mrs. Emma Smith, Aaron C. Congregational Gospel
contest between Solister
king
:. ,< 'Z Rev. Herbert Bell Shaw MEETING Johnson and Albert Jones i.Jackson, Mrs.Izola Flemming Chorus will be presented in I home of Mrs. Nina Moody,
( Y
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session.
HATSI.c. preside over Iou Mrs. Ia November : J536 Evergreen Avenue.
-- will terminate the Mrs. Loretta B n t, concert, 30 .at
Presiding elders are The The Ministers Deacons during oc Plans for the Christmas
CLEANED Juanita Reynolds, Archibald the Shaw ,Memorial Baptist I .
casion.
& BLOCKEE *' Rev. W. H. Limbric, Jackson- and Laymen Union will con- Prey, Mrs. Alean WTarverv Church at 7:30 p. m. : party were enacted-
ville District; the Rev. R. L. vene in the Mt. Olive Primitive ---- ----
Mrs. T ask e r J Jenkins :Mrs. Melvin Grace will be the
Lee, Tampa District, and the Baptist Church, November MACEDONIA UNIT Mirian Lon 0 n, Mrs. Alma Narrator for the occasion.i BISHOP E. WHITE
For Better Rev. A. F. M. Ardelle HAS ANNIVERSARYChoir
Cleaning Shawis
26-30
] The Rev H. Robinson 'The
: Haris, Mrs. Hattie Chambersand event will be composed SETS ANNIVERSARY
is" the host No. 1 of the Greater I
missionary
supervisor.The pastor. of
Dial- Mrs. Sadie, Mrs. Gladys| Hymns, spirituals, gospel
Rev. R. L. Lee of will be Macedonia Baptist Church
Programs presented serves as organist and direc-I and Christmas Carols. !
ELgin 6-0593 Hoods Temple, Tampa was in\ at each session with va- will celebrate its anniversary tor of the choir and Alexan- The anniversary of Bishop

1933 KINGS ROAD charge of the service, November rious ministers in charge of ?Tbvember 30 in the auditorium -I der Heard, Jr. serves as counselor [ I Edward White pastor of, the
1 1
) 25. the pulpit services. I of the church at 3 p.m. ELDER W. F. FAUST ,Pentacostal Church of the
I i First" Born 2, 1631 West 23rd
Participating on the programwere I ENDS ANNIVERSARY
Street will be observed
I : Rev. J. L. Hall, Lee I Ii
II Bryant, MrsLoraine John-i i throughout the day, November -
: The anniversary of Elder 30Talent.
f I
Mrs. Rosa Lee Smith '
iI son
MissBetty 'v. F. Faust, pastor of the t night will be conducted -
Mrs. Agnes Jackson,
1 1I i Church of God in Christ, 24 November 29, partici-
1I Jackson, Harry Sim- Street and Moncrief Rd. will I to MrsP..
I : pants appear are:
mons, Mrs. Mary K. Heard.
? $ | 1 terminate, November 30 at Steadman, 1lfrs.V.. Simpson,
MrsMary Mamie Story and
| i 13 p.m.At : Sammie Henderson, the Wil- .
I Gospel and Miss Delores
I 7:30 p.m. the Rev. W. 'hams Singers and others.At .
Evans.
1 I I Demps will deliver the closing this time"Miss C.G. C."
2" TOP BARt 1 1I I j ; message and a program : will be crowned. The public

I will be rendered. Mrs. p. I have ben invited to attend

Al MRS. L. LAWSON I Bright will be the sponsor. : the concert.


t i V/ELDED LEG t T4-tl ORGANIZES, CHOIR I


A Junior Choir was organized -!
SOCKETS i I I by Mrs. Leola Lawson t

of Mt. Zion AME Church,

: November 23 at 5 p. m.
A2t
1 Persons the &
attending or-; *
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I Iganizing of the choir were: )

l Clarence L. Brown, Carolyn,
Burdine, Corrie Johnson I

Hattie Campber, Barbara I I

H Warren, Inez Warren,GloriaJ. I

LaSang,Annettee Cunningham

: Ii Evelyn Lyons, Beverly
.Rt Smith, Meridith Youmans, :

.. : Ethel Trimmings, Gloria

Trimmings Veronica Glass,
: Coozie Mae Lester, Anna

: Ashe, Lawrence Williams, Jr.

: Earl Simmons, Gilbert Glass, ae
Harold Miller, Michael Stew

art, George Martin, Nathaniel

Small, Gerald Lang, Evelyn

I Brown, Johnnie Sapp,

Charles Sapp, Larry Covington -
and Verdi Brown.


WOMEN'S SOCIETY 1 & N-Th


: : fA SFN j jZ. RENDERS PROGRAMThe 4Childien


Women's Missionary

Z. : : : .: : LEGS Society of Mt. Moriah AME
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gram, November 30 throughout -
the day.

The is under the
society '
Sizes
I'' of Mrs. Alberta
leadership
BIG WIDE 6' 8'/i io 14 -

SOME AS LOW AS 95 Reed, Mrs. Gertrude Morse. Growing Girls 4 io 9
$19 STEEL LADDER Mrs- Odesa Lane,Mrs. Annie Colors: Red Calf Black .
$1.00 Delivers Felder Mrs. Maderine
Down Hay- Kid & Black Patent
For Christmas AND SLIDE nes and Mrs. Geneva B. Palmer .
Lay-away ,
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., Some of the city's leading

-:- We Do Our Own Financing -:- artists will appear. The observance FTSEY'SJACKSONVILLE'S '
will be known as
I OPEN MONDAYS AND FRIDAYS 'TIL 9 P.M. Missionary Day. .

The proceeds will be usedto EXCLUSIVE DEALER

I send three representativesand FOR BUSTER BROWN SHOES
the district president of
Furniture Company the society to the annual conference FOUR. STORES CONVENIENTLY LOCATED TO SERVE YOU

DAVIS which will be conducted
in S t. Paul AME 221 Kogaa Street OPEN FILL NIGHT TIL IPsxea

135 Broad SI -:. Phone EL 3-5791 Church, St. Augustine, beginning Sboppteff Ctate OPEN FIlL ft: SAT. NIGHTS TTL S

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| MISS URBAN LEAGUE'

I 'CONTEST LAUNCHEDI
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II I i I Mrs. Ethel Spears and Mrs.

Mary Jones announced that

x.. 'I i approximately fifty young
ladies would enter the first

? trfY a,. .H annual "Miss Urban League"

e / a 9 q f contest.
f SA r I
5 I "Miss Urban League" will

5 GF reign over the parade and

v 4 4 Yfit' Y r4j !{the half time show at the

/ football game which is slated
I for December 5 at the Myrtle
A
r.E Avenue Ball Park.
t
I \ : I The winner will be crown-

? Y: A .::....... ed by a national known cele-

r ; y A iR25 aciw r' JF ,Shown in the photo above. In the same order are members of the visiting choir i brity.
who BelTed the Mrs. Ella Felton, Mrs Geneva Mark, Mrs.
on anniversary program: I A free trip to the Orange
1 : J Ethel Crawford and Mrs. Doris Washington. I Blossom Classic in Miami
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will be given the winner.
4 % : Ek7n I MISS L. GLYMP NEGROES ATTEMPTTO I

,1. Wedding Bells I SPEAKS FOR CLUB USE GOLF COURSE,
p : PLAZA SEWING CLUB

Applications for Marriage ,I-CHARLESTON, S. C Two CONDUCTS MEETINGThe
Miss Lucille Glymp, in-
Licenses |policemen were on hand
structor at Douglas Anderson when 14
Negroes attemptedto
Plaza Saving Circle
High School, was the speaker
at Charleston'smunicipal
play golf
% Ruel Dixon, 1931 W. 24th recently. for the Les Filles, in t tI meeting was held recently in
course an ap-j
rA + '1 1Y St,. age 26 and Barbara Solo- ,Des Charmes at Edward Wa-I I parent follow up to a promised -l the home of Mrs. Effie Grayer -
w x.a mon, 1225 W. 24th St., age 25. ters Collgee. Miss Glymp is test of a city segre- 1521 West 34th Street with
Essau Loftin 61 Oak St., the founder of the club. I gation law.Twelve Mrs. Marie L.Collier servingas
47 and Frankie M. Hunter i I I Co-hostess.
age -! Club officers are: Theresa I Negroes wrote golf
-- 1252 W. 21st St., age 29. West, president; Marva Mc-I course officials three weeks This was the last meeting
OBSERVES ANNIVERSARY The members of the Chrysanthemum Social and Lawrence J. Harrington, I
Coy, vice president; Carol ago saying they had no place for the years, according to
Saving Club observed Us anniversary recently in the Brooks Prayer House. 912 N. Street Arlington,Fla., Latimer, secretary; Lagretta I to play golf closer than Wash Mrs. Nellie Mitchell, presi-
the club shown in the left /seated from left : 29 and Coleman
members of photo are
The are top age Nancy dent.
|Bray, dean of pledges and ington N. C. and advised
G. Mrs. Ethel Mrs. Mattle Brown. 2140 Thomas Ave. 30. I
Grant. recording
Mrs. Viola S. Pough. Miley president age '
Mis M. O. Tucker, they would to
at
secretary Mrs. Arkansas Patterson financial secretary, and Mrs. !. Taylor. James R. Taylor, Broxton,; Other club members sponsor.are the Charleston appear play. I
Standing from left are: Mrs. Mary Hartsfield. Mrs. Mamie Sabb, Mrs. Jannie Ga., Rt.1,age 19 and Dorothy i I course. One of the men approachedpro
Thomas, Mrs. Mamie C Smith, Mrs. Corine Harley Mrs. Melissa Brown, and John Anderson, Rt. 2, Douglas,Ga. Johnny Adams in the
Kinney business manager. age 17.Chas.. club house and requested asore
Seen are guests of the club In the bottom, left photo and seated from left are: II ADVERTISE. card while the others
Wilkinson Rt. 2 .
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Mrs. Lila Fowler, Mrs. M. K. Williams Mrs. Altamese Jackson. Mrs. Ludle Wright. remained outside in four cars
Box 309 Island
Wilmington ,
Mrs. Eloulse Butler, Mrs. Gertrude Williams and Malilo Ford. 'I '" near the entrance to the
Savannah, Ga., age 30 and
FLORIDA
Standing from left are: Squire Moore Wilmer James Mrs. Eva Cross Mrs. Mary Ruth Fackler, 5573 Rio STAR course, located about four
Simmons Mrs. Daisy Thomas Wiley Williams and Willie Lee Dawson. Grande Ave, age 28. I miles from the city.

Wiley H. Darden, 702 E,I
DR. C. WILLIAMS the home of Mrs. A. B. Hou- the drive wil be held, December 5th St., age 21 and Dorothy/I
PRESIDES AT MEETA ston, 1075 W. Monroe Street 28 at 11 a.m. in the main A. Lindsey, 604 Court Gage CHOO CHOOO .
recently with Dr. C. S. Wil- auditorium of St. Paul AME 19. Ii CAR-LOAD

meeting of the Ida Mae liams presiding.The Church, the Rev. R. J. Blaine, Johnny Brown,1405 E. 23rd, SPECIAL
Bingham Guild was held in official launching of pastor. St., age 21 and Mary Brown,I

1876 Eduard W. 3rd Engel St.,, 4106 age 18-Shirley!i Every Color In The Rainbow "Stop Look1'

Ave., age 28 and Rosa R.
WAREHOUSE SALE SAVE $ Valentine. 4165 Lakeside Dr.,
age 26.James. SPEARS BROS. THANKSGIVING SALE

E. Robins, Rt. 8,
Box 387 age 52 and Ethel
Wv
I AItJ4ffTfj Sanders 56. Rt. 8, Box 387, age t""

EXTRA SPECIAL7 -
Montcalm Nepoleon, 1123 $9888
Chrome Dinette I
'Albert PIECE DINETTE SET
St., age 66 and Elizabeth _
I Yates, 1123 Albert St, x. Including Full Service!
i age 51, "" "' For 4 in Beautiful Din-
i Wm. Cole, 800 Euclid Ave., U
and Silverware.
nerware
Lexington, Ky,. age 23 and
Jennie L. Carter,446 W. 20th
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41r : Stage 18. +r. 4 Complete and ready for

,. turkey with all its good
&4A& 'M 1Lkw1ttt -- I j Robt- L. Silas, 7231 Luke Thanksgiving goodies.
St., age 20 and Edith M.John
-.lIl., : son, Rt. 7, Box 80, age 22.

_.- --- _. ... i i Thos. A. Reddin, 74 6th St. BONUSOFFER
--== ==-=. S., Jax. Beach, Fla., age 22

and Mary L. Hall, 74 6th St.
: I S- Jax. Beach, Fla., age 26. 4 ,
J 3s ad"
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\;# C @ gan St., age 19 and MaudieL. .. .. ..
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Rollins 1452 W. Union St,
age 14. I

t the Richard T. Hadley, 5408 .
Minosa Court 27 and ;
I age
l1yHt1N : : : : : : : : = S : : : = JI
w Wynton H. Adams;*639 Cen I \
ter St., Daytona Beach, Fla.,
22.NHA. I '
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\9c HOLDSJEETING 1 II q:( :' IN ALL COLORS

,, S1tiE I4r % tI .; :., JY\
't Officers for the New Stan-

..,..... i ton Senior High Chapter of a -<-;-,:. :-,-= -= -= -= :: :: :: :: :. :: = ::: "
/ SS New Homemakers of America .f
!:. SM KE y were elected recently.
E
They are: Edith Home
i, 01LER AND TRADE president; Rudine Dailey,, .$ 5S88 ,
w1NOO1N
r, SN vice president; Sandra Odom, 5 PC. DINETTE SET .- All Colors : . complete
$1799L secretary; Gloria Darby, financial $
vto secretary; Lot tie 0.. 6888'
J/ Brooks treasurer; Lucille 5 PC. DINETTE SET All Colors. . complete

Brooks, chaplain; Maralene $

Helen Johnson Britt,, sergeant-at-arms parliamentarian;; 5 PC. DINETTE SET All Colors. ::.i;. 7888 complete

'4T DeJores Coppock, business '. S T OO 88--

I .. reporter manager;; Dora Barbara Bryant Bonner, song, 7 PC DINETTE SET All Colors. : : .. _. OO complete

S A leader Geraldine B ant :{ $1A088
INCLUDES V E"I00. ; as- .
2-100 LB. TANKS GAS
Free TURKEYWhen sistant A song leader f 0 7 PC. DINETTE SET All Colors. . 'IvO complete
county meeting,.fl th all I
NO POWN-PAYMENT WITH TRADE-IN officers of the state was held, $11088

B3S3S83S8SS332388S333SOLD you pre.ent ihlc Ad. November 20. The activity, 9 PC DINETTE SET All Colors . A1 complete
CALL COOK BY has
US BY 11 7 a planning council which
CUSTOMERS: Send will help in the direction and
BUY DUVAL PAY AT DUVAL us a new customer and you planning of activities
AT to be CARLOAD
get a Free Turkey tool conducted during the school TOOT-TOOT I
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term by the New Home- JUMP ABOARD SALE I
Duval Appliance makers of .America.

OTHER LOCATIONS: THE GOAL SET AT
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McDsff 11.. 40,000 XEGBO VOTERS SPEARS BROTHERS.

Storesf06'S I I adms Bird.
SAY YOU SAW IT
9816 N. Stack Bird
IN TUBrLOHDASTAB! 325 BROAD ST. '"
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CITY AGENCY GREETS, predominantly Negrothereby -

RATTLERS SELECT PANTHERSFOR EXAMINATIONS NEGRO NEIGHBORSNEW 1 among creating the whites.panic selling


ORANGE BLOSSOM CLASSICTALLAHASSEE TO BE GIVENATFLAIA&M ,I !j I! At least 40 homes in the

YORK-Negroes are: section have on, display signs

I being helped by a city agencyin which say their homes are
I
For the fifth time the Florida A&M
their effort to maintain not for sale. These families
Rattlers will meet the Prairie View State Panthers of A I
< k Y racial balance in a New York! and others have welcomed
Prairie View. Texas in Miami December 13th in the 26th their
City neighborhood. new Negro neighbors.
I I
Prairie View will be making I

its third classic appear' TALLAHASSEE-The Na- I I Residents report that in

ance. The Panthers defeatedthe ,' 13 FILE SUIT ti o n a 1 Teachers Examina the past few years, after one According to a member of
Rattlers 33.27 in 1953 at tions will be administered at / house
t ; I on a block was sold toa the Maritime Board, more
Miami and 6-0 in 1955 in the Florida A and M University .
I as Negro, high pressure sales- than $4 billion will be spentto
game played in JacksonvilleThe FOR $100,000OVER February 7, 1959 by A. A. men swarmed over the area, .
defending national Ne- Abraham, director of the using so-called blockbustingm modernize the US. Merchant

gro champion Rattlers have University's test service tJi o d s, contending theneighborhood Fleet in the next 15

won six straight games so ARRESTSBirmingham bureau.At would become years a billion more than

far and 15 consecutive games the one day testing .- earlier estimates indicated.

over a two year period. session a candidate may take i

Prairie View's 1958 record I Ala.-Thir- the common examinations, rl LEARN TO DRIVE I
has marred with a' I Secure Drivers' License
been only teen of the 14 Negro persons which include tests in professional
tie and that was with the information SAFEWAY DRIVING Real Estate
and meted fines in general
jailed con-
PINNING AN ORCHID on his 'wife is the Rt. Rev. Arthur
Jackson State College of nection with riding lpcal tran- culture, English, expressionand SCHOOL
of the Prot-
Lichtenberger: newly-elected Presiding Bishop
Mississippi. They also have sit buses on an open seat basis non verbal reasoning.A t:. _: Episcopal Church in the U. S. A. 600 West Beaver Street $ LOANS $
won six games.SMmTROTS. have filed a $100,000 damage bulletin of information

suit against the three mem- describing registration procedure Office ELgin 5-7742 $1,090 $%.000 $3,000

bers of the City Commissionand and containing sample Rest ELgin 4-0639 $1,000 up to $25.000

the Birmingham Transit test questions may be obtained DEATHS AND FUNERALS GEORGE PERPENA. DIrTOOTHACHE Payable $1.00 per mo. per hun-

Company. from National Teacher dred on unpaid balance at 8%.

TO THE WILDER Plaintiffs listed in the com- Examinations, Educational Let us help you to complete

plaint filed Nov. 12 in the Testing Service, 20 PETERSON-Funeral services TAYLOR Funeral servicesfor I I your house or refinance $8

U. S. District Court here were Nassau Street, Princeton,I were held for Mrs.;, William Taylor were heldin I years in the same place.

BOXINGTEAM Lillie Bowman, James ,C. New Jersey. Mary Francis Peterson of Pa-' Kings Ferry. Mr. Taylor. i Cafl -
Suttles, Joe Hendricks, Jim Applications accompaniedby latka JerusalemBaptist 'I
in the New was a veteran of World WarI Safe relief in 20 seconds. So effec- I
Hendricks Roberta Brinson, proper examination fees, Church. and had lived in Jackson I! J. P. YOUNG
Rev. J. S. Phifer, Johnny S. will be accepted by the ETS She is survived by her ville for the past 30 years. tlvt and mild it's recommended by
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Coach Julius Guinyard of Collins, Annie Burkley DorisJ. office during November and I -. Mr. Simmons or Mr. Walsh
daughters, Mrs. Laura M- Survivors include his wife, Paren $ Magazine for teething
the Wilder Athletic Club Burrell, Alfred Thomas, December and early January.All Smith Mrs. Mattie R. Hooks I Mrs. Helen Taylor; daugh- pains.Also excellent for denture irri I Male ad Monroe

Boxing team has announcedthe Rev. F. L. Shuttlesworth, applications must be received -, Mrs. Ella M. Holt; sons,John j ters; Mrs. Annie Louise Cole- 212 Masonic Temple Bldg.

return of Leon Smith, Willie Butten and Rev. C. F. by January 9, 1959. L. Lewis, Monroe Monford, I man, Mrs. Rutha M. Ickner, tations. A must for every medicine I Phone EL 5-5014
former Golden and Jackson. II EL: & lLILLY'S
-fc Glover : cabinet ORA-JEL
I Albert Monford and other Mrs. Juanita Dickerson, sons; :1
:
member of the boxing team \ Listed as defendants in ad-' BETHUNE COLLEGE relatives. William Otis Taylor and
who is now in training for dition to the corporation were *
the Florida AAU Championships -I J. W. :Morgan, Eugene Con-. PLACES INTERNEES I ANDERSON-Mrs. Anna Eli- Percy Blanche Johnson Goode,and sisters Miss; Mrs-Beu

' to be held at the :Mur- nor, J. Waggoner, individually -
Anderson STORE
za of Fernandina iah brothers Irvin DRUG
,
,dock Arena, Dec. 1-3. and as members of the DAYTONA BEACH -1Irs.i i Taylor, ;
Florida and Jacksonville died Taylor Francis and Jake
Smith his Board of Commissioners for Florence L. Small chairman'lof I ,
began boxing I
Road
recently following an extended Taylor, other relatives. 1907 Kings at Spires
-carer with the Wilder Club! the City of Birmingham. the division of educationhas I
'in 1954. During that class suit the announced that thirtyone illness. She was a memberof .
season Styled a com- St. Pius Catholic Church. ----- '
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he lost a close 'decision in plaint seeks a preliminary in- students were sent from I Survivors include her sis Where Experienced '
JENKINS-Funeral services
the finals of the Jacksonville junction, a declaratory judg- Bethune-Cookman College for i i ter, Mrs. Maggie Williams U.i Pharmacists Prepare.

Golden Gloves. ment, a restraining order the first semester of the 1958- i, grandchildren, Mr. and '' for Henry Jenkins were held Your Prescription According -

Leon made the trip to New against the enforcement of 59 school term to do their) John H. Ragsdale, llrs.'I''I' last Saturday in Shaw's Memorial a. a"+ to your doctor's Y+Wb
York 1487 of General City internship in various' schools Baptist Church.
as an alternate and Section Ann Ragsdale and other rela 4instructions Using
won one bout and lost one Code. of Florida. I I tives. Survivors include wife,Mrs Y only the best quality

in the Eastern Championship. I The document avers that all The internship program is Funeral I Lizzie Jenkins, daughters, ; drugs. v t

Soon after the Eastern he)of the plaintiffs except the being coordinated by Free-I in charge of arrangements J. E. Whittington. are II Mrs. Mattie Payne, Mrs. w .

entered the U. S. Marines.)1 Rev. Shuttlesworth were ar- man Hinson, who announced! Jessie Hightower, Mrs- Es-.

While there he continued rested "on or about Oct. 21, that the second contingent of I *% i II I Ii tella Williams, Mrs. Doretha Dr. C. E. Black Phannacista Dr. W. 7. Graham

boxing in various service I 1958" and "requested to make students will leave the campus -, I Davis, adopted son, Ralph -:- -:. .:.

tournaments.Jn bond, tried and convicted pursuant in January. Interning in I ATKINSON-Funeral services -Barnett, brother Rufus Jen-

1954 Smith won the I I to ordinance 1487- Duval County, are Richard I for William E. Atkinson -,!' kins. other, relatives. I A COMPLETE LINE OF:

-X7iWacific: lightweight championship -. F." It added the Rev. Shut- L. Brown, Beulah Surrency, was held last wek in the Cosmetics :- Rubber Goods .:. Candles -:. Sundries
in Hawaii. He "was arrested Moncrief Elementary, Joseph I Simpson :Methodist Church.
was tlesworth on
I. I PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
Survivors J JI Jg
include
ifeb champion in 1955 and 56. Oct. 22, 1958." Durden and Martha Henry,I Mrs. ROBINSON Mrs. Bertha H.
He returned to the States'r Susie E. Tolbert Elementary. i iGAMBLING Bessie Franklin, mother,Mrs Robinson was funeralizedlast
It charges that the bus com Annie Pinset Mrs. :Margaret:
1956 and to I rI week in Bethel Baptist I
in was assigned I
with said underwood Mrs. Mattie Tho- '
in compliance ,
Camp Lejune, N. C., wherehe I pany Ordinance ((1487-F) has I, RAID : mas and Mrs. Celia Hadley:Church. Mrs. Robinson had\
was runner-up in the All I retired as a teacher in the I t l I Ir
caused signs to be placed on i sisters; Melvin, Arthur, Paul II school where
In public system
Marine championships. to1 Atkinson brothers other I II
its buses directing Negroes ;
1956 Smith won the All- I I I she had served as an instruc-
from the rear relatives.
themselves CATCHES 115 1 II
seat
I 1 tor in the Forest Park Elementary
Inter-Service Championships, ,
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of the bus forward and whites :' I'I
at North Carolina. from the : ; school. ... .11) '
to scat themselves \VEST PALM BEACH CORBETT-Funeral servicesfor I Ij
front of the bus backward"and Raiding officers cracked downon William D- Corbett were j She is survived by cousins, ; l

VIRGINIA TO HAVE "has operated said buseson a well known place knownas held in Carter's funeral home i Mrs. Gertrude Jennings, Mrs.: Our very liberal

SEGREGATED SCHOOL I the basis of racial segregation "The Ditch" last Wednesday His survivors are :Mrs. Hen-I Laney Baldwin, Mrs. Jerus-: earnings are compounded ----, Each account is

'VIRGINIA-Governor J.I in violation of the rights where gamblers from all rietta Dicks, mother; Misses hia Gray, Mrs. Leila Brown, : 'Semi- t"t'a' .'t insured up to

Lindsay Almond, Jr. told his I guaranteed to plaintiffs and over the state gather to use Sssie, Louise, Cleo and Iona I Theodore Jennings and :Mrs. I II Annually on SayIngs ..itJ $10.000 b J' the

news conference, Virginiawill i other Negro citizens under their skil in games of chance, Dicks, sisters; Booker T.Wallace Catherine Is z a r d, brother i in ibis Association .//rJ) Federal Sayings

continue to fight to pre-\the constitution and" laws of police reported. Marion, Roland, and I and sister-in-law, Rev. and i I which is Pit mJlf: Loan Insur

serve segregated public the United States. During the raid 115 persons Roy Dicks, brothers, other Mrs. A. Charles Robinson,: chartered and su'e.' .,---.... 1'iJand? Corporation

schools but the state must I II j The complaint avers that were arrested; but_County Solicitor relatives. l other relatives. I Ii ptrrised by the by an
Charles; Nugent said i U. S. Government act of Congress
stand of
on a policy equal i Birmingham Transit Company -i -
( the biggest catch was Eugene I
treatment for all regardlessof
!j "acting in concert with Lang, operator of "The
race. Fried Chicken and Biscuits
t in this
Almond said, "many outside I' the other defendants Ditch." Lang testified before Batter-Dipped j jv'
and
have conspired continue -
cause, i
1955: grand jury that indicted
of would feel
Virginia
the
to conspire to deny"
'I' former Solicitor T. Harold I
that schools, yPa
closing Negro 13 plaintiffs and "other Negroes -
Williams for conspiracy to
would be a vicious and retaliatory similarly i i l situated
permit gambling. Williams
blow against the! fed-
the
guaranteed" by
rights ,
served in and
a year prison
Negro race and I would not; eral constitution. It adds that
disbarred.
want to be charged with hare. the defendant bus company"has was ?' : .

boring such a spirit. stopped its buses and Lang was released on a $5-

State Sen. E. E. AVilley oJ f called police officers of the 750 bond on charges of gam-

Richmond recommended tha''c City of Birmingham, and for bling and violating liquor

tax: relief be granted to thOSE< the purpose of arresting laws. Twenty-seven other persons -

who contributed funds to private -I j plaintiffs in violation of I were freed on $100 and i x C 55 ,

educational foundation their constitutional rights..V."V..V."A..v. I the others were released on A.4-- / -

in a_spech_ _recently. I their own to appear in criminal A- R
tr MP
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court next :Monday.
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RINGWORM.DAMORUFFSUFFERERS said gambling at 5 I
Enroll Now in the : Nugent _
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South's Finest CollegeFLORIDA : : on since 1943 and attracted __
IT TOO' HAVE DRY KITTLE HMX.TCTTEK. Do\"CDaurr. ., ..
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--- : 1 leaders from :Miami
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.ECZEMA.UNGWOKM.OR OTHER SON. a : gambling
OR SCALP IRRITATIONS.; PERSULAN WILL AT.rORO I Fort Lauderdale, Polk and Orange ..4,
THE SCALING
TRANSITORY RELIEF: OF BARBERi
AND ITCHING.: ASK'TOUR DOCTOR. DROOCOi i 1 Counties.
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BRANCH
COLLEGE
: The different forms of gambling Today the day.anay| ..vorfull.H.r-Dlpp.d FrUd"Chicken and Blscufti. : ,
if'-" 630 Davis St. at Beaver : 1 I carried on at The pitch Spread the hot,tender biscuits with batter and hon.y. 91k

3eatr : roulette cards, dice and F
..,.atILSIAyS .S.s. ............. --......... Phone: EL 5-9874 were in cash Brides as well u long-time homemakers can smile with pride when they serve tasty
i bolita. About $2,600 Batter-Dipped Fried Chicken and Light Flaky Biscuits. With this sure-fire menu team,
itArVtArVtAArVWUWWtArWVIArVISINGER was taken from one gambler, success is guaranteed.
$958 from one and $784 from To make the batter for the chicken,combine self-rising flour,a beaten egg.chicken: broth
and poultry seasoning and pepper. Precook the chicken pieces,cool and then dip in the
SEWING MACHINE RENTED AND SOLD another, police reported. Batter.Deep Cat frying gives the chicken a crusty,golden-brown coating outside and makes
it fork-tender inside.
ON "RENT-TO-OWN PLAN"HAMWEY'S Fifteen officers made the self l n( flour is also wonderful for biscuits. Salt and baking powder are even!,
raid, including investigator distributed time.u the flour at the mill to save you time and give you light flaky,tender biscuits ;

Greer of the state at- every
George
For good summer eating,serve:Batter-Dipped Fried Chicken and Biscuits with buttered
20 BROAD STREET EL
4-7743 torney's office; State Bever- eorn-on-the-cob and a sliced tomato and cucumber salad. For deuert.enjoy fresh berry
Call For Free Home Demonstration age Department agents from pie and iced tea. '
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BATTEt-DimD FKIED CHICKEN -
West Palm Beach, Fort Lau-
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derdale and Miami, and repre- S'/a fa -. frying chick.) art up teaspoon paultry '1
1 cup wotar %teaspoon,.,p.r
sentatives from'the solicitor'soffice. t.. Vt,......last rti 1 sag baotasi
v Deputies from the of- 1 1 cup aiftad anrkhad....-....... *t %ta*4 cup chlckan broth,c..... *
fice of Sheriff John Kirk were flour '*Sfej- rat t.r..,.p nrtag .

TIme To Order High Quality not present, Nugent said. Piece chicken water and salt m 4-quart saocecac.!. Cover, bring to,boil and simmer 30 KEN KNIGHT
NowThe minutes Dram,itaervmg broth.Cool ehkkea.. To make batter,sift togrther flour,poultry .
Cl.aa BurnIDg ''CoaI seascniog aDd pepper.Ccmbine egg and broth.Add enough liquid to Tar mixture to makea
thin batter.Stir until smooth.Dip chicken pieces in batter and drain welL Lower chicken
For You Listen To
stove or fireplace Invites To ,
I your Employer payments for pieces a few at a time,into deep hot fat(350F.)and regulate beat so chicken fries at 300*?. -
by, the BAG or by the TON to 325F.Cock until tender! and nicely browned about 8 to 10 minutes. Drain on absorbent
fringe t>enefits.in 1957 averaged psper.Keep Lot m heavy heated pan and serve with biscuits Makes 4 servings. "KNIGHT TRAIN"Starting
ALL SEASONS ICE do FUEL CO.
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I: East-West Classic To _Bring' Together Two Top Teams I




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E ;:f. .. 'I Thursday night (Thanksgiving) is the time, the Gator
-"" < Bowl is the place and The Stanton Blue Devils and the

By C. Parham Johnson A__ ,,. ., kf1 I Matthew W. Gilbert Fighting Panthers are the teams that
1"' will be battling it out for: supremacy of the gridiron.The .
ROY CAMPANELLA* the famous Dodger catcher made '. Eastside and the Westside
another step toward his recovery when he attended a ,:. rivals wil collide in one the best that the oppositionhas
night club recently visiting'Copacabana in New York on an of the most talked about to offer.
invitation of Nat King Cole. When Campy and his wife games to be played anywhereand
walked into the club he received a rousing ovation. The r at anytime in D u val The large following of
,. 36-year-old catcher is called the most talked of invalid bi 4 Nr,, r County. Everyone has been both schools are asking that
America.. waiting and everything has the entire student body of
CAPTAIN WILLIE (Jelly)j --- been pointing to the East- both schools portray the same

Taylor, 222-pound senior center attempt to regain the batting, West Classic with anticipa- kind of sportsmanlike spirit
of the Florida A&M Rat- championship, the runs bat- that the players exhibit.

tlers has been contacted by ted jn and home runs titles. tion.The Blue De- Meet the crowd at the Ga-

every professional .football "My goal is to win anythingI vils have New moved Stanton within call- tor Bowl and enjoy a well .
team: Taylor has been a great\ can get my hands on next 4 played game.GAIJTI .
star-on offense for the Rat-,year, and I stand a good I ing distance of their second
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tiers and has made a great J I chance of winning the triple successive city championship
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contribution to the winning I championship if only I can by with an overwhelming slaughter
.Atw
Rattlers. Should 1; this 1 of the Duval Vocational! TO PLAYIN
streak of the get off to a good start
F.ngineers to the tune of 58-0.
contract he Hank said. He i :
: he accept a pro spring recalled '
will be following in the foot- that after winning the J I They have proved to their'supporters
of Willie Galimore, Willie I National Leagues Most Valuable I that they have MIAMI GAME
steps DISCUSSING PROGRESS bow Do in the picture are Orange Blossom Classic what it takes to come roar
and Willie Lee
j McClung Player award in 1957, ticket officials getting together on the business of ticket sales for the 26th annual back after few setbacksand
ing a
other Rattlers of the yester he had speaking engage- festival to be held in orange Bowl in Miami. December 13. In the discussion are ties.
.years.JOHN. [ments from New _York to Nathaniel PowelL left of the Miami Chapter of the Florida A&M University
DANTZLER, the!Denver. "I was a pretty tired Alumni Association: H. R Partridge A & M business manager: Henry Weiner ath- With such performers as Okla.-Miami
ace of the Duval Vocational by by the time I showed up letic business. University of Miami. Alfred Austin, Herbert Black.{I and all of Florida wil have
Engineers: got away to some I I for spring training," Aaron there, Carl Jefferson, Willie;j an opportunity to see the
long gains in the game with i said. I Trapp, Cornelius Newman, Prentice Gautt, the
the for WASHINGTON SIGNS mighty
the New Stanton Blue Devils l! PRAIRIE VIEW STATE, running league supre1macy. i I
REESE STATUS Elliott Chatman and a host
While lot of
ballyhoo I football
that a first tan player ever
but he couldn't cross I Florida A&M's opponent ap- i is raised in certain -I Ii WITH L. A DODGERSFOR of Blue Devils,the game will
being sections
goal line The Blue Devils, pears to be headed toward a the (I SCOUT DUTIES be a battle of brain and to wear an Oklahoma Sooner
said to the Engineers, "Thu I Souhtwest Conference cham- over integration : WITH DODGERS brawn. uniform in action when the
question, the football players: ,
halt not pass. pionship With the Rattlers Sooners appear in the Orange.
MAURICE STOKES the,winning the SIAC championship finish- their college careers LOS ANGELES-Kenny The Panthers wil be ready j 3cwl Game.
leading scorer and rebound, and the Panthers clinch- and join in with some pro-IIS NOTKNO\VN\ Washington, one of the with a counter attack with i >
artist of the Cincinnati Royal, ing the title in the Southwest esional team where they rub I cst athletes ever great-I'Oliver Joyce,Willie Hayward ( Gautt, the 190-pound, 5-10<
team of the National Basket-I Conference it will bring to- shoulder to shoulder with by UCLA has ben si Bobby Newsom, Cicero Bell,I fullback of the Sooners is the
o ball Asodation is recovering Orange Blossom Classic on colored players. Every college I the Los Angeles Dodgers as Kirkland :McKenzie, John team's leading ground gainer,
very slowly for a sickness'Aether two champions in the player cannot play with! LOS ANGELES-At pre- a part time scout. I I Amos, Donald Dixon James i and all snorts writers in and
akin to sleeping sickness doc|' December 13. Fans will have the Washington Redskins, sent there is nothing definiteon I Kenny is classed as one of( Clark, Charles Kohn, Roy I around Oklahoma say Gautt
tors at Christ hospital announced : an opportunity to see some I but even then they must play: the status of Captain Pee( the greatest fotball players i Mitchell and a host of Fighting -I j can go, go, go, Sports writers
Stokes was strickenon ;'I Teal football between these against the tan boys if they Wee Reese of the Los Angeles I to be developed in this country -I Panthers who have ben have said on several occas-

a plane enroute to Cincinnati I two champs. I I play at alLJACKSONVILLE Dodgers, E. J,(Buzzy) Bavasi I at any school starred';! on the firing line to bring an I;: ions that those churning legscf
from .the playoffs in ;I MAJOR COLLEGE FOOTBALL FOOTBALL -j general manager of the Dod-.with the Los Angeles Rams undefeated season to the I Gautt's often carry him
Detroitt. Stokes still cannot TEAMS throughout I FANS have had an gers revealed recently. j in the National Football Lea school on the Eastside! I several yards after he is
peak and must communicateby the nation somewhat In+opportunity to see some of tackled.In .
I are I the best I Bavasi said there would be, gue. Both teams are keyed up
nodding his head when a the background now without played games this immediate Washington, now 41,
no announcement i and ready to and barring
go
I I I that I II ( the that clinchedthe
season could have been I PlaY-I
doctor or nurse says the right tan players From the way |en tile status of Reese. There I ed excellent baseball injuries to key players, the game
seen anywhere. The teams of I Bowl bid for the Sooners
thing. It Is still doubtful the tan players are performing UCLA and wound his
have been
I I Edward Waters I reports that the 39 t up i game will be toss-up.The undefeated the Ram" of
New tan "Battering
whether Stokes will their clean College,
everwalk sportsman ,Stanton I year-old Dodger shortstop college career as a teammate,: Fighting Panthers 68
again but hopes are ship and their general de- High, Matthew W. would become a coach. I on the gridiron and diamond j I I and the highly spirited Blue the Sooners picked up
J' Gilbert High, 45th Street,I I yards in 13 carries to run hisseason's
still high Pepper Wilson the portment have made them I, The general manager said with the major league pioneer Devils who proved in their
Royals said.I definite of the entire Douglas Anderson, Vocational I Jackie 1939. total to 485 yards in
general manager parts he would stop in Louisvilleto Robinson, in last games that they are far
About $13,000 has been raisedto athletic setup. Over at Okla- Engineers have been tops. see Pee Wee after the base' from being out. 82 snaps. Despite the fact
help hospital expenses. 'I homa U.. one of the most ball meeting in Washington McTEER PREPARESFOR The Blue Devils and the that he is Sooners leading
HANK AARON, the slugging -+!:i talked about players on the . early in December. AAU BOXINGCHAMPIONSHIPS Fighting Panthers are expected rusher, Gautt admits he
would much rather bloc -
outfielder of the Milwaukee team is the big line busting
I Reese said last Tuesday in to go with full force and
I FIGHT : and tackle, but Coach Bud
BOMBS
Braves his Prentice Gautt the fullback
says Louisville
announcement full steam ahead. The
any big
greatest ambition at : of the Oklahoma Sooners.PROFESSIONAL __ :1 Wilkinson says Gautt wasn'tmuch
present II WITII BALLOTS would have to come from Talliferro McTeer, a second i i questions the Stanton supporters defense until he
io to become a triple-crown FOOTBALL on
I Bavasi. He said he had talked year man with the Wilder' are asking can the
. made the Oklahoma
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winner. varsity.
He that when TEAMS lined with
are
says 'I with the general manager I I Athletic Club Boxing team Blue Devils stop Haywood I
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the 1959 season opens he is'i tanned skin stars who have and felt he probably would will be a participant in the and Joyce? What mode of The high school coaches of

going to open with it in an kept their teams_well. _up-in become a coach. I Florida AAU Boxing Championships -I attack can they use to penetrate -I the powerful fullback lifce&t
The status of Pee Wee Dec. 1-3 at Mur- that Panther line? his running so well they
37-12-48 Reese will be released, Ba-i dock Arena. I The Gilbert supporters are didn't bother to teach him

NOW oPiJ T 561 90 725 vasi said.A I. Last year he participatedin :: deeply concerned about Herbert -I blocking and tackling "I like
I the Florida AAU and the Blackshere Alfred Austin
ijl i i i to cary the ball but for pure
Harvard University study j Jacksonville Golden Gloves and Alfred Denson. The enjoyment, I would much rather -
shows that sales by food [i tournament. He won two! coaches of both schools are block. It's a great feel-
chains increased by 8 per l bouts in the AAU champion-j ironing out all kinks and ing to take a man out of a
J I Clown cent last year. Three per cent ships before losing mapping strategy to combat play," Gautt said.GO .
of this is attributed to higher I,' semi-finals. I
I II prices; 2 per cent increased McTeer is a senior at New
I It, 3 population; and the remain-| Stanton High School and a I
I PALMOF der to' increased use of pro-j member of the band. He will
ClASSI I
67-89-05 cessed and frozen foods and II j fight in the 132 pound junior FIRST

I 323 100 29 to increased sales of nonfood. I division.


Sometime he's op "TURKEY DAY" .with America's
Sometimes he's down SCHEDULE .. GOLDEN .
JACKSONVILLE Be adds subtract JIGGER y "
Be work It all wound SIAC Finest Bourbon_
II Morris Brown vs. Clark College at Atlanta
: (FORMERLY THE 2-SPOT) Coming Attractions South Carolina Sialo vs Benedict College at Orangeburg
il il'I 17-45-01-849 Tuskege Institute vs. Alabama State at Montgomery Ina handy
Xavier University vs. Dillard University at New Orleans
Fort Valley State vs. Albany State at Fort Valley pocket flask.

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Hampton Institute vs. Virginia Union at Hampton
ON STAGE ATTRACTION Virginia State vs. Morgan Stale at Petersburg Va.
I LuckyNumbers North Carolina College vs. A&T College at Durham, N.C.
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Guide with lueky'mm.bers SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 29 103 PROOFBOTTLEMNBOND

Kansas : lucky days lucky colors1. SIAC
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HOLLYWOOD. BAND il'..I' Texas Southern vs Florida A&M at Tallahassee

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Texas
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All Sunday Night $1.25 (
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;1 WUay TJ. Miss Vocational College at ,Marshall Texas Q '
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I ., ADDRESS .................. Chicago Bears at Pittsburgh :

I I Qty State .................. Los Angeles at Chicago Cardinals
TO m PALMS DINING ROOM Philadelphia at New York ri __ _
Birthday................... San Francisco at Baltimore "- 'pies....r nw.S : Lt. a tIat"
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MANAGER WANTEDFor quest us to smear the reputa- I
I CHIPS OFF THE BLOCKS BY JAY JAY I tions of other persons.
Sundries Store. Married.
-I Isadore Singleton can lay
.Settled 'm a De State experi When Thanksgiving comes, known as the '"Madman's King' are filling her spots. churches. We are still meeting -j claim to being the only *

ence education, age and ref. you can be sure that ,Christ- Ball" on Wednesday night.I, Big news about town last -churches and assemb-,"Yankee" who is an expert in *
erence.- Write P.O Box 732 mas is just around the corner.' A whole slew of social doingsare week-end were the "raids" in ling reports and the other:f I the art of preparing the Nassau -

Jax* 1. The best proof is.the annual scheduled to follow this'Colored Town supposedly for group has started: a building.I delicay "conch." We partook a

arrival of St. Nick. The jolly)ihmdig.I I I numbers et cetera. Folk are Who's to blame? I of the marine morsels the E.k P

fellow with the whiskers, so I The annual spurt of wea- murmuring about the uniformed There's a new sign of progress -*other( night. Must admit they
We Repair commercialized and yet so dings started with the some- I men from the sheriff!: in the town. A group of i|are rather nice. They had a *
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loved by the youngsters. He what of a surprise wedding office and the plain clothes-f young fellows have turned;i soothing effect on Algie Barnett -
Oil Stoves and Heaters
arrived via helicopter last oTVirginia Nettles and Atty. men who searched the custo-ion organibation which in-I and put him to sleep. 3

We Repair and Clean week. No matter how old one Robert Gray; Norma Ruth'mers of an Ashley Street bar. tends to bring much wanted I We are singing a song"of ,..

Electric Irons and ToastersVenetian is he still gets a thrill from Solomon .and Alvin White;I! Re law enforcement. The top notch entertainment to,"Register and vote" again. -' Jt,..?

-aIao-- the sight of the man in the and Forest Murphy and Lu-I colored sergeants 'are'on duty Jacksonville. Miracle Produc-i The books are o en. Go and = \

Blinds red suit. Streets bedecked cile Littlejohn are scheduled yes, but a white administrative tions will present John "Diz; take your friends.
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Cleaned and Repaired with strings of colored lights I.to take their vows during the sergeant and a white zy" -Gillesppi in a concert I J

WESTSIDE i i& another sign of the comingof Thanksgiving season. Pearlie lieutenant are still retained and dance at the Armory on

the Yuletide season. Ruth Fountain, "Rose Marie"of in the Negro precinct. The Jan. 28. Watch the Star for I STRANDMIDNIGHT :
REPAIR SHOP The formal dance season Station WRHC is out of lieutenant ways recently: more details. /Mat

1471 W. 5th St. EL 6-53Z7; got off with a bang with the town enjoying a honeymoon.Jessie transferred to the Negro unit.I It's a problem for us to try TONIGHTI! I
Postal Alliance Ball better Ferguson and AbeT A white officer is still in and figure out how the minds

-I charge ef each tour of duty. of some of our readers work. SUN. thru SAT.BARO.

APARTMENT FOR RENT i I We almost have more 'chiefs' They are a peculiar lot. Let
HELP WANTED 'I j than 'Indians- There are only something happen about townthat'll at/eucd

MAIDS -:- COOKS -:- HOUSEWORKERS 5-ROOM APT. FOR RENT-I>f seven officers and twentytwo -I' cause tongues to wag. Q HER '
NEW YORK 1778 Spires Ave. $5540 per Immediately chain
patrolmen. J a reactionis
A of the Pepsi Cut
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We hare many excellent positions open for good female month. EL 39942. We read with interest ofl set up. Group "A" harborsa BOIDESt BEST! / { to these oatrtacdCaf

domestic. workers Steady )Jobs with nice private families the ground breaking cere- fear that their name will be cwue1s r Americans, wfc
who 'will treal you right and provide a nice room, meals monies of a white 'Teen- in the paper. Group "B". is BO TR y young ft&4.
ROOM FOR
RENT make our country
and all privileges Salary to $50 weekly to start. Town. We also saw where wondering why and trying to HE our community a betty

Transportation to New York advanced If you are looking ROOM FOR RENT Couple the move was spearheaded by say we are being paid to keep DISCO in which to liv
for a good sleep in Job contact Florida Domestic Supply desired. Phone EL 41717. the Mayor's "Youth Advisory group "A's" names out. Then *

P. O. Box 323 Lakeland Fla. or Phone MUtual 5-5504- Council. We must give even when group "B" pulls a coup *** i
V --"' -- -."' "_-.:'.- --4'.7.-._."" ; AY..r..rNFOR Men and Women the devil his just merits. "A" acts the same way. Sometimes s ... .
HELP WANTED think that foks
Hizzoner set a similar J we ene
Earn $8.00 to $20.00 per day. Council up want us to write about them.
Part time full time taking among Negroes at is
SALE or the Nothing so annoyingand .
same tinie. One of our .VBETTY
orders for an exclusive I stupid as to overhear t
first moves (yes we belong) & Lana Turner's Latest
line of Christmas Cards. folk say that they are afraidto
CHANCE or we should their first
OF A
LIFETIME say "ANOTHER TIME
be in the presence of Jay
9:00
Apply on Monday at a.m.
Modern 12-Unit Motel wtih 5 Acres moves was to draft almost Jay or the Editor because they ANOTHER PLACE"

FLORIDA STAR every minister, in town and will "put it in the paper."
On U. S. No. 1
Highway 2323 Moncrief Cor. 13th St.
dart meetipg.at various I Mark our words dear readers, ROOSEVELTSUNTUES.NOV.
ONLY $46,000 if ;" in the STAR, it's a

ma' .. of public record and 30DEC. .. .. ., _. .. .. .
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$11,000 down Balance Mortgage HIGHEST PRICES FOR YOUR
know what
we we are doing
1ST RUN RIOTII1 DAVIS
Shown when we print it. Even then ]t-
by Appointment Only MORRIS ANSBACHERpays New Stanton Senior
we go out of our way many "SOME OF THE FINEST SIGHT SAGS School *
High
Call times to avoid hurting innocent
FROM WHAT MANY PEOPlE CCNSDER!
Betty is a member of the
for lots than else in town
more anyone wheiTthe guilty
E. O. Simpson EL 4-6782 persons THE FUNNIEST PICTURES EVER FUMED!" 10th grade home room. :::
TELEPHONE: ELGIN 5-5592 or EVERGREEN 9-5437 ,ones cannot be exposed unless
I! where she serves as vice"f"
innocent parties are drawn in.Ve'JI :t .
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hrown mud or printed any- : I I:0 .. :} ciety. New Homemakers of jL
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