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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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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 13, 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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8 NO46 And NEWS DEC EMBER, 13. 19!J -,:JACKSONVILLE 9. FLORIDA 1S{ '.'

NEGROES: FILE CLEMENCY PLEA DENIED MAN nos'd



SUIT TO END'SEGREGATIONbeenI WHO SHOT AMBULANCE DRIVER PleaT Save Jax Man 0 M 0VO ,


TALLAHASSEE Leon Crawford Wheeler, who is
serving a 4% year sentence for aggrevated assault in 1957

i- in the shooting of Joey.Baldwin, an ambulance driver, was
denied clemency _by the State Pardon Board last Tuesday.

.filed- in- the -U.:-S. District| Wheeler commutation asked for of a sentence pardonor I,-nor my offcie would---handle--- From Chair Is DeniCLUBWOMEN '

Court by a Tampa attorney,I after serving almost six any case on a political basis. ..,
Francisco Rodriguez to-break months of the sentence. Attorney His (Wheeler's) convictionwas

down racial segregation in Leo Pierce, Wheeler's for a cold-blooded_ premeditaTed :
HiJlsborough County schools.';lawyer showed the pardon crime." .
It was the first such suit, board affidavits fromsix : I-p
filed in Hillsborough County, jurors who convicted Wheeler I BRING CHRISTMAS MAN SENTENCEDFOR WILLIE Hi!
although the NAACP threa- in which they recommended
tened last September to take,I clemency because County DOMESTIC. FIGHT '

:1.-to .the courts if the school Solicitor Lacy Mahon had TO BOY HGHTINGfOR LIFE BOMBING 'COMMUTATION

board did not take some stepsto dropped charges against :

integrate the classrooms-: James E- Aides in the same. BRINGS GUTTING I .;3.. ,

*. .Rodriguez is an attorney case- I -\I.: :' ,*t!: : ''''''''' ,I':':'';_'''&:_''."< w:_<.w.y.,........ ...., "'.; .= :,; ::;;;_. HOME OF NEGRO, PLEA DENIED :;
for the Florida NAACP, but :
he said the NAACP had Atty. General Richard Er- .. "-
nothing to do with the suit vin said he believed the prosecutor David McBride, 45, of 1042 -
lie said it was filed by local' has some discretion Everson Street told police he BIRMINGHAM, Ala. A TALLAHASSEE'- A commutation
Negro families who are seek in cases of this type. "After was cut on the top of his 25-year-old man who admit-, request filed by
ing to enter their children I he put Aides on the stand left hand and on the left w -T ted membership in the Ku I,i i Willie Home Jr., a young
T'
in white schools.LITHE he could not prosecute him, side of his neck by a man I II Klux Klan was found guilty!. Negro who had been sentenced -
I:and if he had tried him, it who interfered in a fight last I 4p Dec; 5th of bombing a Negro H to the electric chair
would have seemed inconsistent Sunday afternoon. II home and.sentenced to 10.i for the alleged rape of a 48-
," Ervin said. years in prison- vear-oia white woman has
ROCK Raymond Marsh, chairman David During a fight between I The circuit court jury,', been turned down by the
of the parole commission, McBride and his wife, which deliberated more than: State Pardon Board. .
(said, "We feel Wheeler actu- Charles King jumped into it I "iTt f -'- I five hours before reaching its i Clemency for Home was

HEARING SETJANUARY :''ally did the shooting"Aides i'ndpulled a knife from his :r D verdict,recommended proba:asked by Jacksonville attorney
pocket and started : a
was alleged to have cutting tion, and a probation hearingwas Relefrod McGriff. He admitted -
him I .. .
McBride said The fight Y for Jan. 9 when Herbert
been Y : there
i driving a car in 1957 took was no question
place in the McBride
FOR : with Wheeler_ as a.p passenger home. Eugene Wilcutt will also be of Home's guilt, but pleadedfor

I' from which Joe Baldwin was I <.'.*. .' .yF sentenced. : mercy for the 23 year-old
shot- Mahon told the pardon The injured man was takento Xt'-<. \Vilcutt, Sanford Neal and Jacksonville man. He said

LITTLE ROCK board there was no evidenceon Duval :Medical'Center and ,;',:-0,:,.,'.,. Ellis Lee were charged with,,,Horne had never had a
hearing on an appeals, Ark. court- A which to base a charge: ',treated by Dr. P. Milazzo-I,I >S-$:" ..'' bombing the home of William j[:chance to learn to live in

mandated against Aides and that Aides King and McBride were arrested Blackwell in a frequently i i decent society. According to
tion in nationally directing advertised integra- had stated he tried to keep for fighting and disorderly -> dynamited section of Birmingham - Wheeler from at Baldwin conduct. where Negroes are': !' in by
Central High School I firing jra'-ed; ; a swamp area
has been. .... .. gradually moving in
among, illiterate parents. ,
set. 'for' Jan. 6 bv Federal;, 'Patrolman M. L- Massey r- whites- ..-." -
The senatorial race be- t I State William 'Hal ': --'
Judge John E. Miller. Investigated. Atty. *
Solomon
Sgt. Their
The order 'tween Lace Mahon and arrest after the Jan.II III of Jacksonville
owes
setting the hear Weston approved the report. 17 blast was the first in the opposed '
I Wayne Ripley was injected the commutation
ing explained it was ..-__
necessary
series of
into i the bombings in the
before the
in the interest of the! plea case SANTA CAME EARLY Santa Claus paid an Fountain Heights ,I .
i! pardon board by Atty. Pierce neighbor- !i t
parties concerned in all persons -|Mahon commented, "Neither MAN CUT IN FACE early visit to little Dexter Owens who is suffering from hood which began a decade'!I II
acting I
concert or par- cancer and is feared will not live io see Christmas. ago. I n1AN IS
ticipating with the Little, WATCHING FIGHTA All three 'I HELD
is shown with Mr. and Mrs. men were chargedon ,41
Rock School Board., and in'' his parents. Larry Owensof counts of '.
the interest of the public. DEATH PENALTY 1542'West 3rd Street (See Story Below.) Blackwell bombing the I
32-yearold man was cut house and an ad AS
Judge Miller ,received the I FOR ATTACK I in the face last Sunday when I joining one and with at: SUSPECT

mandate from the U.S. Eight I ON WOMAN I II he walked up to a fight going !tempting to bomb a Negro!
Circuit Court of Appeals in I' on between a man and a ):Sl Zl ;::sZ1 :=1 :;:$I ;:: I home across the street.JOYCE .
St. Louis. It directed him to 1 woman at Davis and Caroline : FOR MURDER ,
see that integration of Cen-!I MOBILE ALA. The Circuit -,Streets. A Pre-Christmas Story ., : .
tral High School was carried court jury fixed a 24'

out as ordered by th,. Supreme -j'i year old P r i c h a rd.Negro' Alphonso Mitchell, of 913H I IS NAMED ,GAINESVILLE A 53-ycar-
penalty at death in the <;Oakley St., told he Eric 0. I I'
Court and .confirmed tan t electric police By Simpson old man is being held for
order of the chair.The death sentence was cut as he went to I
court Vov. 10 j up questioning in the death off
.prohibiting the will be reviewed automatical the fight and as the man Santa Claus paid an early visit to 2-year-old Dexter ALLCONFER.FOOTBALL !I
Little Rock5cbool Owens As matter of fact old Santa slid down : 52-vear-old man U1hnc:
a man -- -- "
Iv the :made, a swing the
Board from leasing, by Alabama Supreme at woman I i body' was found in i .
C urt. with the knife, he the chimney into little Dexter's home last Sunday to deliver 1 an alley
property to I missed her
any organization J Willie J land hit him with to him a baseball bat, a cowboy gun and holster, a tractor l last Monday by officers-
or for Seals and another the knife. BACKNews
person John
carrying on! Mitchell I and a dozen toys he yearned for. Thomas was arrestedas
segregated Schools. It also Negro were charged with I informed police t
enjoined a suspect after the bodyof
the school dragging a 24 year old Chickasaw : Santa made his appearance at the Owens home early
I
board from' that James
{ he Morgan found
would
take was
out a r this not because Dexter is so much different from
engaging. 'in other acts1' woman from a public[ year has been received I Asst- State
any warrant for the Atty. J. C Adkins
suspect. Po- other kids. For: themost part; he is just like other little
designed to telephone booth in Prichard ; that Oliver
impede, thwart J I lice carried Mitchell Joyce of Matthew Jr., said resdients in the area
i to Duval '
or frustrate execution of about midnight June 15,beat'Medical boys, he loves Santa'Clausfhe loves his Mommy and Daddy, W. Gilbert has been selected I I of the
integration Center for shooting overheard
a \
her and both treatment. he loves to play with toy. pistols, and enjoys looking at the ...
.of the Little Rock they raped her, on All-Conference football -'loud. argument near the .
Schools.An The woman said she had Patrolmen T- L. Mays and Mickey Mouse on the televisIon He says his prayers every team of 1958. and voice of spot .
attorney closely asso I entered the booth to telephone : W. Solomon investigated. Sgt. night and prays that God will bless his Mom and Dad. Yes.he's The selection was a signifi recognized thp Thomas of was
as one those
just like ,other and all this
boys girls
ciated with the .school beard for an automobile Solomon Weston approved I over 'country, cant move and one well taking
in the
acceptable
part
wrecker !except that doctors that God might take Dexter argument.
which the to
resigned except for f. after her car skilled report. say up to sports fans who Three others are being held
one man Nov. 14 into a ditch as she Heaven before Christmas unless they can do somathing to i can I
said he, was re- his life.Dexter really appreciate the :33 material witnesses.
anticipated turning home. save choice I
Judge Jlilleri I because of the great Thomas denied the shoot-
eventually would order the Trial for the other man, MEN PLEAD GUILTYON is 'suffering from something called Cencer, a all .around play of a great ing. He said he was
high schools Arthur Lot 21 dreaded disease that takes. thousands of lives each athlete. asleep
opened and in- of Mobile year. Joyce has been a con- ?t the time of the incident
tegrated. was scheduled to start this SHINE CHARGES He has had one operation, but the cancer is still eating tributing factor to the well Adkins said. Paraffin and,
vjeek. through his tiny body and might snuff out his life before being of athletics in Duval other tests are being

I GAINESVILLE Two men Christmas, unless another operation, scheduled for next County.!! .. ,police continue the investiga run as:
MURDER TRIAL i charged with activities in- week proves successful. "tIS selection to the AJ1- tion. .

APPEAL ISOPPOSED 'volving moonshine whiskey Last Sunday afternoon members of the Cosami Club Conference' team was well-
1 pleaded: guilty in U. S. and'The Friday Nite Bridge Club together gave Dexter the earned tribute to his ability!I
OPEN MONDAY FORCONDEMNED trict Court last Monday biggest Christmas party a little boy could dream of and character as a player SPEEDER FINEDDOLLARAMILE

I MAN the possession- and con Dis-t and he got oodles of toys, candies and fruit. I and as a sportsman, as an individual -

,ment of moonshine. Dexter doesn't know his fate He doesn't know that : and as a team man. J'

PALATKA The murder A Jacksonville man convicted Don Courtney was arrested God might, take him up to heaven before Christmas.I The contribution made by IN CITY COURT

trial of Edwin Coachman, 29, in Circuit Court, on when moonshine was found is a brave little fellow and everybody admires his ,the young athlete went far-

Palatka movie projectionist. March 5,, 1957 on a charge in i his car last Dec. 29, 'and bravery. ther than Matthew W. Gilbert Robert L Bofford 21, was
who is charged with the first :I f of rape of a white woman Urase Clifton when liquorwas Some 'eople wonder why God would want to takea School], farther than I arrested last Wednesday by

degree murder of his estranged I January 7, 1957 in the Dames discovered in his home ,little .boy who has never done anybody any wrong on Jacksonville val farther than Du Sgt. Solomon Weston for
wife' opened last Monday\ Point'area' met some opposition last Dec. 30. this earth and leave. a lot of people' like Gov. Orville. .than County and even farther I driving his car_70 miles an
in circuit court.Coachman I in his appeal to the par. Faubus.Herman Talmadge'and John Kasper. .the state of Florida.His:I hour and was fined a dollar

is accused of :I don- board for commutation But they)'don't understand. God takes.unto his bosum finer contribution represents' the a mile which. amounted to

shooting down his wife on ,cf his death sentence to life JAX RESmENt.DIES'' .T !lelike.Dexter and those kids and nuns who! died qualities and, ofv:manhood,, ,$70.Justice .,; -
Y
the sidewalk in front of _her i.imprisonment in.the Chicago;school: ,iiret but: leaves' Otherwukedsauls Courage :: -" ..sportmanship. ? of the Peace Cfeorg*._. !....: ..
tepathers atom last Jime.f. $& *Atilt; W"1 !iani.A.'Hal: :LCCKHAHT'r.;..,.Fir Me+r. i>ehind jfca*.ply* .theifcwlcke; deeds. ,.. .:CVe..f7"lwreie.: ajcfx5ppesidingin: :: Municial rll':.-
; itf; & ) sejedicod l .' '
::, dozen Saore mi'teeJo'to.tie C o .- ::,r -' "" *.
witnesses Jqresmafi': : a : '' '. .. osea tBetcr '_
remained personal -
TKere'Jsgbne: tfankfrif ::bUB
/.. & "ap .thing! w canD:: e : for : ,_vSVfceripode J i':: "t f.
: Abe heaoQ ( It
from;after ee.etore : 1Qg was .
***& ;.St BaB gGtsfto":h : '' :
aj.won1" igns -
sea
= anr : nnPW
41ICo
: -the fist day'gseateifc'of Board to "'O :th1 oii ;:smWheld and 'her have. : < eien ce tli .s.speeding 70e ';'" -:-
: v&nlf teuwoiry ,aboutsegregated schools-and team; :
: .:; 1 .
: : court. Ce.Horne f lie"certainly an
$ >: :a;? bimade. by'Willis :J ; ,.I ; tttiadaT. ;__fit."faaesal p1aygi'o nds.'pupU assignment Iaws4and'.restrictive 'covenants not Eave been would hour and ran two stop
Elsie selected
Siaith had
: a:9-year-old had previously ;ape chapel I- ; because:all the angels'in.heaven will'be one, color. he not measured sJgnS'passed other vehicles .
Cresent -
City mother pealed to the Florida: H.' up to high at three intersections and
charged
Su- JBnriYftd by? h!. doesn't
i Go4 look at the standards
with color of anyone's face, and of ability and cha-
killing her da ; Court on his ..'Mrs.; ignored one red light. '
Y baby preme conviction : > HaiiU! Lockfctri neither does ''Santa. And racter. .
that's Santa Oliver
will go dn trial Immediately ,. but the action of the sip... _Willie aad 'CharlesLockhttt'othir why came. early to Joyce's selec Judge Harris .slapped"_a

following.. the Coachman. case, .. lower court was upheld. ;: .t t ., M little lW Dexter Owens at.1542 West,,3rd Street. :_ commendable.tion was:justifiable And very speedsters.dollar-a-mile. fines'on .other.fcLIBRARY .


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I THE FLORIDA STAR ", ". \,.. .-. ''-: '';'''.,. "Politics As Usual"By

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NEWS :r: .Yt ERIC 0. SIMPSON
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Published by The Florida Star: Publishing Co. .. -.:;". /;" .' The other day I ran into a veteran newspaperman who

"Member of Associated Negro Press" had worked in the Jacksonville area for many years, and

Eric D. Simpson ...___.._.___ ._--_Editor '.:: after talking shop about newspapering in Jacksonville he
C. Parham Johnson ________.._._.News Staff r ',' ,1w1i expressed the feeling that he wondered whether the sacrifices -

AHjunae Richardson ___... ___...Circulation Dept. I and terrible "bating" that militant Negro editors haveto
endure is worth the while-
MAIN OFFICE 8t PLANT: U
Now that he has mentionedit
2323 Memcrief Road ..__ .....__ ............ EL 4-8782 EL 4-6783 .,. ,
,1 not treat them other
he's got me wondering as any
Branch Office 423 Broad St. Phone EL 4-3773
Downtown : too- I realize, of course, that i I citizen we would get better
: someone has got to continuethe I results.I .
Address
Mailing : {
y for rights but I I Each hear variety
P. O. Box 561. Jacksonville 1. Florida fight equal day we a -
sa"
-S z> I keep remembering my I r of complaints that this or
SUBSCRIPTION RATES : friend's words that it could! that establishment insults

One Year. $540; Half Year, $3.00: Three Months. $1.80 JMM."Ii 1 be' so much easier if the Ne-M I Negroes or that a certain. '
Mailed To You Anywhere In The Uniied'Slates. 1 gro community for whom wej' firm refuses to hire Negroes
Subscription Parable in Adrance.: Send Check or Money Order To: are fighting would cooperate)I I or is its Negro help. In most

FLORIDA. STAR P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE 1. FLORIDA with us and help us in the: cases these complaints come
from Negro citizens who
fight. |I suggest
I II I that the Negro press
NEGROES
ROBBING
EXPRESSWAY "write something about thi
,
ra, ,
rcr. -iki.i -.' ka situation." .

OF HOMES AND PLAY PARKS .a. I The Negro press and the
FLORIDA STAR in
particular :
j!; v H I -is always ready to at-

Clearing the way for the Expressway has brought much ,ik. ;..'.. ,tack any situation that denies
Inconvenience and in many cases misery to Florida citizens $:,;.",,.,.: Negroes their rights or affects

V j f,"Rx... M yyh I our well-being. But se
: It appears; however, that colored citizens, especially in t j.'tt 04 very often the attack by the
Jacksonville, have been hardest hit. As it is in just about __ ; :''l' Negro press is defeated by:

everything else, the colored citizens are given the least consideration s r groups of Negroes who sup-
.
and often the most. In clearing the '
are pressured .j/I'- 1fri port the very institutions under -

way for the expressway the planners thought nothing of 'u a 4'Y' a attack because they lacka
ordering a church cleared out of the area as was the case SJq,4'10ym W I strong streak of race pride

of Mt. Ararat Baptist: Church. not a second thought was I that impel us to cooperate
who lived 'in 17 18 and 1900 blocksof I
given to the families for Prp 'ess.
Moncrief Road for more than a decade. RECOGNITION OF HUMAN RIGHTS, COULD BE THE SAFETY VALVE! a. 'qk t Political Sanitation NeededIn

What is worse is that ni most cases Negro families have discussing" political activity -

and are still being seriously victimized. In the first place I which discourages business

they are being paid ridiculously low prices for their homes -- ,I J. E. Corette, president
-compared to the current market value of property. The. Your 'WeeklyHoroscope .. [I of the Montana Power Company -
ian
money they are being paid is seldom enough _to cover the. : used proposals in his
purchase of a new home because the ,building contractorsand Eric O Simpson I. state as an example. He cited
the real estate dealers have upped their prices and are GuideWHICH action
political
i i! programs by
bleeding homeless colored citizens" who have been aptly. labeled My friend and I agree i!1'various groups that would restrain -

"Expressway Refugees. ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR unanimously on the fact that and restrict the -
growth
We also that the is about to rob Ne- I I
note Expressway the progress of Negroes is,;i of business by injecting
BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL
children of of their recreational facilities whichat -
gro some hampered in Jacksonville by i| government more and more
best, are inadequate. Negroes themselves. We just I into competition with its own

Making way for the highway has necessitated takinga By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES won't cooperate we want I citizens and taxpayers, and
portion of Wilder Tjdth no provision having been madeto
the other fellow to shoulderthe cause many businesses to be
give Negro children the equivalent of playground space LEO SAGITTARIUS burden we are jealous failures-
taken from them. Of course there has been some double Born March 21 thru April 20 Born July 23 thru August 22: Born Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21 of each other's progress This is a condition that is

talk abuot taking in the area in back of the RecreatioR Cen- Thus the trends mentionedfor The abovedescribed situa-|I I A new world of philosophical My friend summed it up faced not only in Montana,
ter, but many Negro citizens feel that that is not enough.We last week seem to be tion reaches a climax from' religious; social ideas'should "We just won't do right.. i but in the nation as a wholeas
would like to knw.what will be done with the money- carried over, and given more the 7th to 12th-indeed,' open to you, and it In case of our political wel-i insidious political action

if any is paid-for the Wilder Park area taken J by Express- energy, by the new Lunation these could be r e d.letter I Iclays. could be a splendid experience. fare,' if Negro citizens will: campaigns are pushed to

.way. cycle. On the 12th, however, After that a Saturnian Take it all in, quietly unite and vote solidly for force national and state government -
It seems that every foot taken by the Expressway from Venus meets Saturn, and trend begins to assert itself; I and objectively. Avoid feeling certain candidates they will,I down the road of no
Wilder Park should be replaced and every dollar realized this begins a heavier Saturn it could have great value and I depressed if some person be able to secure the facilities -return, to socialism.It .

from the transfer of the park area should be used to pro I. ian period which ends as win be welcomed, yet might also I al emotional matter is held the community needs 'I can happen here, right

vide recreationla facilities. for Negro children. ter officially starts early on mean a slowing down.whet, in obeyance for a while. And by the same token if the I under our own noses, beforewe

E.O-S. the 22nd. The weather may I her caused by fatigue, or by ,Learn how to wait, and to Negro buying public will: smell the stench, if we
create delays or difficultiesif the restraining influence of I grow from restrictions. withhold their patronage I fail to read the signs that

you are traveling; snow or :an: older person, or by lack 6-90-88-89-87-698 from certian stores that do I insure political sanitation.LILLY'S .

.. rain may be heavy in some of money. .
;
L Christmas Budget-Stretching Ideas places. Legal obstacles maybe 2-10-55-12-53-215 CAPRICORNBorn .

encountered in business Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19 DRUG STORE
On New Year's Day, millions Americans will resolve to start
saving, so that the next Christmas season won't be such a strainon deals. VIRGO It should be a happy and
the budget. But it's a foregone conclusion that at this time next 960775875967TAURUS Born August 23. thru Sept. 22 exhilarating climax,whetherit 1907 Kings Road at Spires

year stretch most available families funds.will still have the same worries' about how to Your ruling Planet, Mercury refers to psychological or

Luckily, even in these days of high prices, there are ways to is responding stronglyto to business developments. A .
make one dollar do the work of two. One suggestion is to do your Born April 21 thru May 20 them and it is a splendid I relatively old partnershipmay Where Experienced
Christmas shopping months ahead of time so as to take full advantage The proximity of Christ- time for you to concentrate, bring real rewards of Pharmacists Prepare
of special sales. Those who wait until the holiday season find Your Prescription According s
meditate : ,
mas may have much to do to to seek-and no spirif or material abundance. %'
goods at peak prices.If t I '
you are strong willed with this. You might receive ,doubt you would receiveinner After the 11th, a Saturnian 'a $ io your doctor'sinstructions s
enough, you can probably gain some bonus or even a paren- guidance. It may not trend asserts itself; but it S Using "
the cost of an extra present inheritance. However, after come from whence you expect ought to indicate merely the only the bast quality

laying through away interest Christmas payments money by the 11th 'a more heavy it, so do not shut the .consolidation of whatever has drugs.Dr. 9

in a regular savings account and depressing Sat urn ian dors of your inner life and been gradually (perhaps not >r
J
rather than in Christmas Clubs trend dominates the situationfor mind to unfamiliar and even so gradually either!) unfold 0. E. Black Pharmacist Dr. W. J. Graham
.. that normally pay no dividends. Xr about ten days. You may revolutioning thoughts. On ing. Be clear-headed and un-
Another -:- -:- -:-
budget stretching Y
Idea is to use the amazing- variety : be very busy with tiring preparations .the 12th, seek quietude. An glamored2 -
of premiums that now are : for the holidays; inner excitement may have -60-33-58-31-265 A COMPLETE: LINE OF: I

offered on a range of products. 4"e yet you may also prepare to subsided, and now it needsto Cosmetics :. Rubber Goods _:_ Candles _:_ Sundries I
Object of premiums naturally is :' take a happy journey. be formulated,to be understood AQUARIUSBorn
to persuade to buy a certain i a
you 740333931743GEMINI; PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOB AND DELIVERED
brand, but you profit sincethe obiectivelv Jan. 20 ihru Feb. 18
manufacturer in 4-80 65 78 65 486
buys quantity -- If you are a woman of I I .
needs to make no profit on
forceful and mind and
,
the premium item and often will Born deep
May 21 thru June 20
even take a, small loss just to LIBRA conviction, a man is probably 'NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo

get you to try ,his product.For well-known. people You may who meet could inspiring change Born Sept. 23 thru Oct. 22 occupying fully your atten- the creditors: of UnIted Educational Broadcasting
example a tion. If
are a man
you perhaps *
soap manufacturer that packs Other.current buys include a* your ideas on many things, The situation just described Association of America Inc*
wife is the
free towel and face cloth premiums 20-inch stuffed dog with a $9.90 particularly) on love and comes to a climax around your one You and each of you. are hereby requested to
', with various sizes of two price tag for just S135 and marriage whose ima/rration/ is being
L. a Much seems to be the 10th and 1th. You should file your proof of claim as a creditor of United Educational
different detergents is offering label from the proper dog food. going stirred in romantic
a manner
I on until the 12th both enjoy your activity and Broadcasting Asodailon of America Inc.. with
timely items as an extra incenA flour manufacturer is offering ; then, a reactionary As Saturn of several
is
tive. For just two economy size a pair of initialed,hand trend asserts itself. get from it a strong intellectual one the undersigned Secretary of the Corporation at his
Silver Dust blue detergent boxtowels for just 75#. Fer spare- Perhaps depresion sets in stimulation. It is an excellent -Planets in your Eleventh place of business as the Hollywood Barber Shop 604
tops you'll get a set of 12 assorted minded youngsters, another or House, what is aroused in
Jacksonville
time for writers sales Davis Street. 4 Florida on or before December
fatigue, or a sense of ,
Christmas cards. In the company is featuring a gas pow emotional either cas* seems to be not .
gift department,for $1.00 and a ered flying satellite for $9 t:5 frustration. Your mar- men, and all people in the jut : but 20 1958.
a superficial
boxtop from Breeze detergent and labels. Incidentally, a go rather
the same manufacturer is offer rule of thumb to measure t \ heavy mood. He ,she from railroads to ncwspapeas a deep and lasting attachment -
ing a four-piece set of utility real value of a premium is > or seemsto radio. and TV. After the 11th perhaps only a Secretary
knives with burn-proof: imitation figure twice the actual ro. symbolize, too well, the very kindly, so try to avoidt've.n
horn handles. outlay required for the iteirj word and meaning of duty. a reactionary trend sets in, the
of
It may be that it all happens perhaps due to bad weatheror appearance scandal -
SUPPORT THE DRIVE J
because you are tired or your simply to sheer fatigue. 740663965746PISCES .
partner has a cold. It may Traffic is getting even more
last a few days,but it should congested at this time, and
be over by the 21st. rain and snow are probable. FOR BETTER TREATMENTOF t
3-20-11 15 13 328
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Born Feb.!
IS t1 ru March 20

M The new to your developments job or your relative -I NEGROES BY LOCAL FIRMS\

Born June 21 thru July 22 SCORPIOBorn creative research in some

Our_ yery liberal The trends just describedare Oct. 23 Ihru ,Nor. 22 field should reach a climax I 'would like to see a new policy of better treat-

earnings are compounded Each account Is even stronger now, at December 10th 'pay bring I just before the New Moon. ment to Negro customers adopted by local firms
; 4S.zai. .fnmrr: Insured up to least until the 12th. You may the above trends and situa- You may feel especially inspired I resent being called: by my first name by salesman

Annually on Say J1. ;,' $10.009 by the I then find yourself loaded ticns to a clear-cut focus. Intellectual I and able to formulate and saleswomen
with I believe thai should be
work Negro provided
patrons
or responsibilities skill and
tag la ibis Aw $ Federal Strings in taking full I clearly convincingly
elation 0: in very close proximity to of what have ample rest room facilities in local establishments and
which U muu lad Lc.n Zaire !I advantage what Is happen i you discovered intellectually -
your bossY o u might} also an end put to Jim-crow signs on drinking fountains
chartered and supervised L --.;.. .. taoev ing seazis very important. or rough manual -
.LL. have to nurse a cold or take Consolidate as I work. The Saturnian influence and red rooms.To.a .
by the"t anthnrked by I ,soon as possI- -
care of sick I comp1Jh iheee c&tage: I cm willing to com
and
v. .. Crec -t a cI Of C"'._ capricious 'ble any gain you make, es which is now increasing .
.children-possibly your own [pecially after the.. llth. Be I in strength should con- patro rig firms Jiat .. tsrwflllng io ,meet- these

Yet it might be a most inspir conservative and avoid being solidate the m 0 exciting requests.

ing or stimulating week par taken in glamorous prow I and spontaneous experiences NAME .
I ticularly just before and after mises schemes.Be realistic famethat. have just come un-

'the New Moon of December10th. down to earth-and keen der a strong fmpt! &- Do not ADDRESS

.. During these days financial very lucid if you are drink let yourself be deviated by J
investments, or the re- ing with people who mightwant the lure of glamour, or of -I dareland that my same will be fetid. coofltmlesi -
ceipts of gifts. may be surprisingly to influence, or deceive fame.' Keep,-curmind >steady dial la&caied oikenrice H.:!ow. 'W

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Harris of Thomas
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CLUB MEETS Court, Southside, and daugh-

.ters Roberta and Jacquelyn, LOUISE G. GUINYARD
left the city recently for Lug
"Sugar and spice and all things nice that's what little
The SG- Baker Club ofj I off, SC-, to attend the-fune- .
ral of Mrs. Harris' father,1 girls are made of : Ask Mr. and Mrs. Cleophus Howtell
Mt. Olive AME Church met Hollis Harris. PZWr"p of 1182 W 21st Street and they will be sure to agree with

in the home of Mr. and Mrs. the author of the above statement. especially concerninghe

Paul Owens, 2124 Fairfax # I f) Q fl QVUirf c? darling little girl that arrived at Brewster Hospital on
December- I % Saturday. December 6. 1958. They named her Susan Evelyn
Street for
> Milton Hood of 836 West '
Ruth Howell. *
Cnurch Stret, is ill in Brew-/'I'| a .K ..
: Congratulations to this happy couple. '
ster Hospital to undergo surgery : !4 V c bx ttri *
CIRCLE He is member of
PANSY SEWING a DaySpring
The Classy Lassies held their regular meeting last Fri-
Church.!I
CONDUCTS MEETINGThe Baptist day evening in the Twenty-first Street home of Mrs. Dorothy
Friends have been asked to II
visit him. I I Oliver, with all members present.
Prizes were won by Mrs Helen Toney. Mrs. Margaret

Pansy Blossom Sewing 1 e.. Siarkes and Mrs. Carolyn Washington. '

Circle held its last meeting I Other members present included Mrs Hazel Pink. Mrs.

Alveta Allen, Mrs. Juanita Williams, Mrs. Florence John
recently in the home of Mrs-

Odessa McGriff, 1323 Odessa! MrsRebecca L. Debose,j.I son, and Mrs. Sarah* Wright-* *
recent retired school teacher
.Street.. is spending her vacation with The Entre Nous Bridge Club held its most recent meet-
daughter Mrs. ing at the Lincoln Golf and Country Club last Friday Even-
Mrs. Geneva Beamon| Mary Clark in
served as co-hostess. repast -E sse x Junction, Vt. On returning SIGMA CHAPTER OF CHI ETA PHI SORORITY FORMED Members of the ing with Mrs. Ruth D- Myers as hostess-
home she will ceremonies High scorers for the evening were Mrs. Ruby Humi -
visit newly formed Sigma Chapter of Chi Eta Phi Sorority held its initiation
was servedCHRISTMAS and Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons with MrsTheora
her grandson, Andre Joseph I recently at the Club Eldorado by the National organizer Soror Zoella Y- Baker i i phrey Leg-

Debose, in ashingtonW, D. C. I .Philadelphia Pa. are seen here. ;i gins qualifying for consolation-
Seated from left to right are: Whilhelmenia Butler. Gladys J- Bryant. Lucille The group completed plans for its Christmas party to
PARTY I I Matilda W- I be held January 2. *
BelL Harrla. Theresa Frailer Willie Mae Reed Georgia Garnett.

PLANNED BY CIRCLEThe ALUMNAE MEETS I Brown. Beatrice Mason Evelyn Hillman. Aurella Dalgeau Wueenie Davis. Alberta I. 'i #

AT COUNTRY CLUB BeveL Willie Mae Weems. Thedosia Childs Virginia Davis. Viney W. Ford. Beatrice I I Mr. Leonard Jones of Delray Beach Florida was in the

meeting of the Fairfield I Cumbo. Pauline Vereen. and Alice T Grant, 1 city recently as the guest of W. Edward Henderson II. son
Standing In the same order are: Bernice Lucas. Helen P. Bargeron Eugenia D. I of Mr. and Mrs. W. Edward Henderson: 1641 Tyler Street.
Garden, Circle was held The December meeting for Bazzell Laura Adams. Gloria H. Johnson Lula Allen Mclean Avery. Blanche Pitt- 1 Both young men are students at Bethune-Cookman Col-

recently in the home of :Mrs. the Brewster Hospital Alumnae man. Susie D. Thompson Pearlene Coop 3r-' Lillie Ruth Blue. Mazie Alexander. l lIege, Daytona Beach Fla. '

Rosa Howard, 1015 East Fifth Association was held at Mary Elizabeth Brooks. Willie G- Morton/ Barbara Shuman Lillie Culliff Ruth C. I .* *

Street. the Lincoln Gold and Coun- NeaL Pearly M. Brltton Ullle Y. Merritt and Jacquelyn B. Felder. i .Mr. and Mrs. Theodore L. Redding are back in the city

try Club recently.A Following the impressive ceremonies the members of Sigma Chapter Chi Eta Phi : after a brief vacation in Nassau B.WJ.. where they had
Final for the Christmas
plans committee was appointed *I Sorority entertained.their husbands and friends with an apppetizing repast prepared reservations at the famous Carlton House Hotel.

party w.ere discussedand for the 1959 project for I by the noted Connoseurs at the Eldorado. Enroute, they stopped in Miami to visit with Mr. Otis
completed.The -
Brewster Hospital, and plans i James manager. of Afro-American District office in that

previous meeting was for the new year were dis M. COLE WILL i iI :I tity.

held in the home of' Mrs. cussed. Wedding Bells I IE. E. L. JACKSON YMCA PRESENTS The Reddings speak of wonderful moments spent in

Ethel Hall with MrsDpbbs M Present a t the meetingwere I I, I the two cities.

presiding. : Mrs. Ernestine Woods, :I Louise C- Geter of .
Applications for marriage Mrs. 1 YULETIDE EVENT Mrs. Irma Villarin .
Mrs- Mazie Alexander, Mrs- 1 of 2018 Davis Street entertained the
Sick members of the club Licenses Petersburg, Va., announces
.
Lillie Cutliff, Mrs. Marion I Les Flours last Saturday evening. Miss Daisy Gilliard, who
ere Mrs. Mamie Fields, Mrs. i the engagement of her daugh i has been with the the absence of
Mildred j i group regularly during
Morse Miss ;
Rosa Howard and Mrs. Gris- Lynon, l I ter, Ethel Marie Cole, to Seaman ,
: J
Wilson 1886 Kings
Mrs. Eugenia Bazzell, Mrs- Myers. On December 15 the "Hang Mrs. Dannette T. Howell was also present for this meeting.
wold. Willie C. Morton Mrs. Myr- Road, age 24 and Laura Gainer I Ernest Linwood Jacksonson i mg of the Greens" will be Prizes were won by Mrs. Dorothy Dunlap, Mrs. Fay

Mrs. M- Dobbs won the tis B. Harris, Mrs. Nellie 1335 Wolfe Court, age 19- of Mr.: and Mrs- William observed beginning at 6 p.m'j H. Helm. and Mrs. Betty Belton.

prize given by the hostess Harris, Mrs. Vera W- Cruse Wm. Lumpkin, 1235 W.I H. Jackson of Petersburg,Va to 8:30 p. min the I The remainder of the Les Flours membership roster is

and refreshments were served and Mrs. Evelyn Hillman.. Duval St., age 24 and Ellen I The marriage ceremonies Lewis Branch. ,, comprised of Mrs. Juanita Wyatt, Mrs. Cornelia Cason, Mrs-
I Steele, 1628 W- 3rd. St., age(will be performed during the I The affair is an annual Mrs. Doris Scott, Miss Estelle Williams, Miss Myrtle Tur-

17- I Christmas holidays by the Christmas event of YWCA's I:I ner, Miss Gwendolyn Johnson, Mrs. Ruby Dwight, and Mrs.I .

2527 Stuart, Rev. Frank J. Jones pastor around the nation. I I Barbara Walker. .
Herman Moore, I
of New Bethel AME Church, .* .
LOOK St., age 20 and 'Maxine Goff. :in the home of Mr. and Mrs- Mrs. Blanche Baker. member -
Miss Zelma Johnson hostess when the
Friday
6204 Lobelia St., age 19. of the House Committee i; was Night
\Vesley Jones, 2107 McMillan assembled at the Lincoln Golf and Club laat
Eugene Carswell, 654 W I of the YWCA is serving as group Country
Just In Time For Christmas 18th St., age 32 and Lizzie Street.A : chairman for the event- I week-end. She had as her guests her sisters. Miss Aretha

UNITED RECONDITIONED Prioleau, 5752 Iris Blvd., age I Members of the YTeenjand :j Johnson and Mrs. Nell Cason of E. St. Louis, Mo.
32. l Young Adult program Club prizes were awarded to Mrs. Lois Avery Randall

=H -= = L. LEWIS GROUP l groups: Courtesy Committee,I and Mrs. Vermal McCone, while Mrs. 'Cason qualified for

SINGER Henry Gordon 539 JessieSt. INSTALLS OFFICERS 1[I Branch ommittee AdmiRi-.I the guest prize. The special award went to Mrs. Evelyn

g ., age 27 and Ethel Thompson ['stratum and the House Committee -1, Galvin.
St.. 19- :: will Other members present included MrsMarie McClain
Electric Sewing Machine p09 Oakley age serve during the ,
Officers of the A. L.
Lewis
: Lawrence Webb, 1906 Hancock ::event. They are Mrs. Blanche: Mrs. Mattie Montgomery, Mrs. Sylvester Bossard, Mrs. Al-
i
$1495EZ i St., New Orleans, La.,I Chapter 78, Order of Eastern Baker, chairman; Mrs. Tho-I veta Allen, Mrs. Grace Sykes and Mrs- Bonnie Bush.
i Star were elected in the -
21 and Mary L. Robinson previous McGee Joan Barnes
age mas *
Ii- 1550 Jefferson St., age 16 meting. Mrs I. H MrsVic
,
I Burney,
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TERMS
1: They are: Alvin Hampton, The Lincoln Golf and Country Club was the setting for
Also New PortableDEMONSTRATOR Roy Mapp, 514 Carl St.i! patron; Dot Matron, Clara, tor Sampson, Mrs. Henry: a meeting of the Las Senoras Bridge Club last Monday
40 and Elnora Williams, Matthews Mrs Wilson
I 529 age Carl St., 33. I Kendall; Associate Matron, Baker i evening, with Mrs. Lillie B. Blackshear special guest.
age :i Rosa Lee Byrd, Mildred High scorers on this occasion were Mrs. Helen Toney
Foster J; 447 McIntosh
John H- -
$2950Free Ave. Orange, Park,|I Payne treasurer;. Mildred O- GARDEN CIRCLE ; and Mrs..Clara Johnson, while Mrs. Jessie Patterson qualified -
: : for .consolation.i .
Tucker
secretary Jeanette SLATES MEETINGThe
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Fla. 44 and Gladys D.I .
Home Demonstrations Barnes, age 1531 E- 25th St., Scott, conductress; MetaLott1 I i Mrs. Mildred Christopher, Mrs. Freddie Batts, Mrs. Tieo-
; age
I association conductress. Better Garden Circle Other members present included Mrs. Daisy Baker,
_j Open Every,Night Til Christmas 40 Nadyne Massey, warder i, dosia Childs, and Mrs. Ruth ChildsMrs .
Oscar Stewart. 2050 AlleyRd ;held a meeting recently in!* .
a
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UNITED SEWING MACHINE STORE ., Atlantic Beach, Fla., age j Leota G. Davis, sentinel;: the home of Mrs. Larma: .
Points, Alma Harley,Mildred Lucile Clark entertained the Les L'Allegro Bridge
23 and Carretta C. Bacon," Smith, 763 West Church
144 Broad St. Phone EL 3-4594 Pearson, Vivian Robinson'Stret with Mrs Carson I Club last Saturday evening in her Durkee Drive home. We
1841 Arletha Road Jax- Penny -
e .20. age I Rutha' Mae Taylor and Opal.I and Mrs. Otrie Lee Kirkland i hope to have the details of this meeting in our next edition.

-- Potee. I I! serving as !i i Usually when we go to press we are indebted to some
The November cohostesses.I I j thoughtful citizens for assistance. This week we would like

.1 held in the home meeting was and I to express our gratitude to Mrs. Emma Lee Ayers Moran. ..
The Man Who Thinks For Himself Knows. i of Mr. I,,I .a
.. SOCIAL CLUB PLANS : :Mrs. A. Callahan, 1438 West I II I

-,', T'., ..,.> CHRISTMAS PARTYThe ,12th Street, with Mrs. Thel-II.!f *
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; ." '<*;' ;'. )- |I ma Jones and Mrs. Carrie M.'I DO YOU TIRE EASILY?

'\ ""; ONLY i Bellinger serving co-hos-I II y... ..
as. /flag N
DESIGN ENGINEER Les Camellia Social' .. / ,., .
r /.8d..q I.rw.44i .1 k. d s.. I. 1IIeI GhoeN ..
.\ LEROYF.YLORANT. VICEROY HAS Saving Club Iheld its meet-:I tesses-Mrs. Bessie- H- Love J .OMIN MM Iw Imp 70.r**** Vilamhu, fw aM,1. ,,y ._., ,LA....,W0.. ...OMIM...... .T.,.,1.F.w.,_
B M E.. Howard ing recently in the home of I chap-t LN ../ A... ... ,,..,.. /. wuE fnl- VIIe.IM. ..... I.aw w6.
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A THINKING MAN'S lain conducted the devotional -Iqr. G.OMIN T.NN .. ,. -- ddI.fr. I -
shown d ,
UIU\'erslty. Miss Deloris Evergreen I I I ., f / ......
Wright ,
on pK. ,
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herewithhisMicroManipulatorone nsv N ,.,
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service and Mrs. Lenora Davis rwuOMfl H. ...
FILTER.: .. Avenue. S I a 1. m 1..n ,..? ,...... ,.. ..
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of many delicate president presided over In., .I 1 w ...... r.. ..... ..4 .....
c.;,.. instruments for he medical has a : A SMOKING MAN'STASTE Members of the club di H II I the business session of' the ,.N L.I h b.IM.bhl.Ld.. I w _...'IV-Vital O.I w*..MU6i,* f.r.,W*....t. '
+ \, designed and industrial cussed plans for their Christ meeting. At y_+..,]--$ .$}.$).$S 9 ,
a I (ho. 1;
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use. Mr. Florant is mas Party which will be held i r i State ;-)

+i ., Chief of Design the Process Engineer December 27. MEETING SLATED a Ifit
&Instrumentacorn- s The next meeting will beheld I I iI
,, pany. His cigarette Design Engineer Leroy F.. Florant ] in the bo m e of Mrs. FOR GARDEN CIRCLEThe DIXIE PHARMACYKings
.
VICEROY is a man who thinks for
i 'S. 5 Juanita Alexander
1453 I II
SS I Road and Myrtle
\ himself.lie knows the difference
... Street.
w Spearing
December of I
meting
I I
.1 between fact and fancy.
Group pictures will be ta-
the College Park Garden Cir]
He trusts his own judgment. ken.
'" cle was held recently in the:
:' Men like Mr.Florant usually home of Mrs. Ella McKeever I Y6u Don't Have to Go to Town to GetLOVPRICES
4 ; smoke VICEROY.They know for a
1765 West 16th Stret.
+ fact that only VICEROY has COURTESY GROUPTO I
The previous meeting was
a thinking man's I
filter GIVE SHOWERA held in the home of Mrs.
I .. .a emoting man's taste. I ;
Fannie Mack. Mrs. George I

4 Kitchen Shower will be Morrisette: and the staff On Your

: e; J r given by the ,Courtesy Committee were thanked for the 1958-59 I

of the YWCA, December > Federated Garden Circle's, DRUG STORE NEEDS
15. Mrs- 'Martha Baker is year book. I
.
committee chairman for the Refreshments were served
event. by the hostess following the Trade With Your Neighborhood Drag Store

\ 3 Other members of the com.nultee meeting. WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES. ADVERTISED- '

are: MrsRosa :Meeks,
:Mrs ,Bessie Redmond Mrs. SEMINOLE GARDEN IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS .

a Essie Barnes, :Mrs. Esther .
Jackson and Mrs- Etta Will- CIRCLE HOLDS MEET We,Dettrer We Also FIB AH Doctors' Preacrfptiaas

iams. -

VIcERoY' ,; The following articles are Mrs. D. Palmer was hos- S

rJilt.fJip } : needed, dish towels, table I I tess to the Seminole Garden Dixie Pharmacy .

," cloths, cooking Circle meeting which _
""" CIGARETTES -c spoons serving i was
;" YeIao IINQ.SIZE spoons, can openers and held in her home recently.The 1302 KINGS GOAD at MTBTLE AVENUE:

pans. I members answered the PHONES EL UW7.id
i S a[ v Persons desiring to contri- roll call by naming their fa-

s ". Familiar pack or ..Iah-prootbox.: bute have been asked to contact 1 vorite, Christmas CaroL PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE -

4MTh E .'.$8".....,. .,....CIIIh ?frs. M. Baker and Mrs MrsP.. Kelly and :Mrs. L. BILLS AT OUR STORE
,4_ S N. Stake, .shower chair Hutchinson gave remarks on
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ZION HOPE CHURCH ANNOUNCES J t. i'.v .wa.aetv7 ,MS .:\:'.,.. '.'. ST. rwiINSTALL (

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7th anniversary of the Female Chorus of Zion'
Willie Rivers waS' installed -
Rev.
Hope Baptist Church will be observed, December 15.at l
of New St.
8 p m. in the auditorium of the church. ': lJ Mark Baptist as. pastor Church Mon- o
Some of the participantsto ,
arethe: Rev. S- tI day night by Rev. HH-
P. appear Donald, the Rev. Eddie SAINT PHILIPS HI : Wright of Evergreen Baptist

Taylor, John Lowrey, Mrs. I I:<.; : Church, assisted by Rev. S-
E. Matthews Mrs. L. Badger of Emanuel Baptist -
Myrtle
Shepherd, Male and Female I:TO ADMINISTERCOMMUNION \ \ and Rev. B L.Church.Wynn of
Abyssinia Baptist
Choruses of Mt. Olive Primi
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tive Baptist Church, Female Activities for the week included -

Chorus of St. Thomas Baptist I services conducted
Church, Male Chorus of Abyssinia Tuesday by Rev. Grant Lee
Baptist Zion Hope and t -. i I 1 and congregation of Mt. Lilla
Antioch Baptist Church. The men ,and boys of St ,>111"'ii +f Baptist Church, Wednesday
Choir No2 of Antioch Philips l"Churchhave ti.; .: night featured Rev. H. Edward -

Baptist, Gospel Chorus of been extended an invi-' -.....-,n".mn..m..w.'2.\-c\ :.:.: ._.. ..__...,. '_.w..w.-.,..,."""" .. ,."'-.."..,.,......,,.._.."'.............-............";'-w; :=..._;.w;,':__.: /_:."'..W'WI-........ .....,....'_...,........v.W.,_,_ .,._..... ....,- i and congregation of St.
West Union Baptist, Mt. Vernon tation to participate in the [Joseph Baptist Church. On
Baptist, Evergreen Male Annual Advent Corporate CELEBRATED 8TH ANNIVERSARY Membersof Male Chorus. From left on the front row are: Johnnie i Thursday night, a musical
Chorus. Communion which will be the various choruses of the city who participated In Morrison, William Street. Harold Ferguson. Ernest Gibson I program was rendered, Friday

Choirs No.1, 2, 3, and 4 held, December} 14 at 7:30 a.m.' the 8th anniversary of the Male Chorus of St.: Paul Alexander Stewart, Toney Miller and David Red ;; night Rev. J S. Sanders
of Zion Hope Baptist and The Advent Corporate: AME Church are seen in the photos above- dick. In the back row in the same order are: Naham : had charge of services.
Choir No.4 of First Corinth Communion is a' 'tt ditional In the top left photo are members Choir 2 of McClellan. Clarence Felder. Ellis Mone. Paul Bennett. Services Sunday began

Baptist Church. service of they,'Episcopal Shiloh Baptist Church. In the front royr..from left are: Matthew Davis and, Calvin Morse.In with Sundav School at 945;
Usher Board No.2'and 4 Church which is .h ld oncea Mrs. Venita Carter Mrs- F. A. Maybin. Mrs. A- O. the bottom center photo are members of the with Charlie Rivers as

will serve during the cele- .year in order to .give the I Roberts. 'Mrs. Magalene Perry Mrs: ,LoUISo Brooks.. Mrs. Nightingale Saving Club who were special guests for, I i am superintendent presiding following -
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bration. ) Of:" the anniversary. From left are: Mrs; Powers
of the church
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males : ; opportunity with morning worship
Services Sunday will 'begin 'tOrededicatthem-! From left in the back row are: Raymond Arnold. Georgia Mungen. Mrs. Madre Jones. Mrs. Henrietta t I|at 11 am.Rev.. W. Rivers
with Sunday School 9:30 the of Mrs. M. W. Lewis. Miss M. Echols Mrs. Willie M. Arnold Broome Mrs. Maggie Mason Mrs. Dora Holley and G. I I the i
at : selves to grew, cause j delivered the message for
am. with Willie Williams Christian fellowship' and the Miss! Rebecca Pinkney Miss Dorothy Pinkney L. Williams. I,
superintendent in charge. Kingdom,,.bin ding. at! God's I, BrUton Mitchell and Charles Gervin. In the right top photo are members of Choir 2 of morning.
Morning Worship will begin Altar. .,\ '. i In the bottom left photo are.members of Mt. Ararat Union Community AME Church. From left are: Mrs. I Rev. Clarence Frank of'

at 11 a.mwith devotional Father T,-'yincep :,Harris,I Male Chorus From left seated are: Johnny Gilbert.Leon Marie Taylor. Mrs. Juanita Greene. Mrs. Thelma Rich- : Redeem Baptist Church conducted -
service led by the deacons. rector of the ,churc1'':'viill administer I Dix Willie Courtney and Willie Plckett Standing. ardson and Mrs. Ollle M. Bryant.In !1 the evening worship
The Rev. E. R. Simpson, pas the,.'Hory./.:''Commu--!I in the same order are: Slater Thorpe Herbert Breaker the bottom right photo are members of Choir 1 I which began at 3 p.m. rI
tor will deliver the sermon. Lafayette ,Brown and T. L. Brown.r" of Shiloh Baptist Church. Seated from left are: Mrs. I
Choirs No. 3 and 4 and Usher mon- I In the center top photo is Choir 3 of Mt. Olive Josephine Browning. Mrs. Erma Baety. Mrs. L. E. Mc- I
Board No. 2 will Following the Communion I Primitive Baptist Church. From left are: David Harvey, Cray and Mrs. Rosa Owens. Standing in the same orderare
serve Services will be a1
'there Mrs. Lucille Leon and Walter Mrs. Mildred Mrs. HOLD
throughout the day. served in!I Jones. : Ulysses Baety. McCoy Mary I i ELKS TO
breakfast
,f Evening' worship will begin Stand-up the undercraftof the church J In the center photo are members of St. Paul AME Chambliss and Mrs. Ora Brooks.

at 6:30: pmwith the deaconsin ; ______ .
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charge of the devotion. charge of the event are": Ker-' MT. CALVARY ST. MATTHEW UNITS MEMORIALDAYSUNDAY

4 ...." nea McFarlin, Elwood L. J.' I CHURCH NOTES I
Banks, W. Russell Robinson.Alonzo .' BAPTIST ACTIVITIES SET BUSINESS MEET

JERUSALEM CHURCH Davis, Alton .dams t I -. I AT 3

and members of the -Men's I! Activities at Mt. Calvary EASTERN DISTRICT
ANNOUNCES SERVICE ANNIVERSARY HELD I
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Club- District No1 of St. Matt-
Church this week included
Baptist USHERS OFFICERS ELECTED
JR. AND SR.
I FOR No8 and
Maceo
-- I I Lodge
: Prayer services Tues-! I hew Baptist Church will .
No.I
Services Pride of Maceo Temple
at Jerusalem Bap- I with Rev. W- M. Hill: HASTINGS',- The junior'and Officers for the Eastern De-;
tist Church Southside I day I hold its business meeting 186 of Elks will observe the
December IDA BINGHAM GUILD senior ushers of Geth-: District Ministers Deacons, I
in of devotions : service Sunday
14, will begin with and deacons charge ; ; cember 15 at 7:30 p. m in the annual Memorial -
TO RAISE FUNDS ,FOR i semane Baptist Church, observed Laymen and Women's Sub- at 3 at the Elks
Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. ; official board meeting -i 1 '10th home of John M Thompson, p.m.
their anniversary Convention were elected re- auditorium. 712 W. Duval St.
with W, Toombs II
in MEMORIAL
STONE held Wednesday
charge. .was :3900 Wilson Street. District
recentlysy?_ ,_ I cently. They are: Rev. DB- : Every Elk within the con-
Morning worship will begin night at 8 pm.., Matron Club .. No 6 will meet in the homeof
Appeanng ori the 'program i Barnes. president; Rev. W- E. : fines of Duval County is expected -
: at 11 aim The Rev. Jake r A citywide appeal for I:met in' the home 'of Mrs. : were:Armstrong Gospel Singers Young, vice-president; M E Mrs. Ethel Gieger, 25th to be present at this

Hay, pastor will deliver the i funds to place a memorial I Robert Lockett on Fifth St. i Daniel Nixon, Rev. JDpniels -, Patterson, secretary, James and Myrtle Avenue at.. 7:30p. service which is the most
sermon and the Rev. H. L. : headstone at the grave of the I' All secretaries were asked,' Charles E. Harris,II I'Smith, treasurer and chair- m.' I i solemn event of the Elks

Herod will deliver the closing i late Miss Ida Mae Bingham to make their yearly reports I Elder Thomas Cave, Church I man of the finance committee. Installation service for the activities.The .

sermon.: Choir No. 2 and the'i has been planned, by the Ida during the monthly confer-:! of God in Christ, R- Ramsey,:, I r.ewlv elected officers will sermon will be delivered -
Usher Board No. 2,will serve,Mae Bingham Guild. : : E. Dixon Pal Arnold I' the RevJ L-
ence held on Thursday night. m a I be held, December 14 after by -
will
begin
throughout the day. The appeal On Friday night choirs 1 and Terry Nimmons Miss E. Cue service with the Rev. B- H. Hall, assistant pastor of the
in St. Paul'
The 28
Aid Board and December
Pulpit :: members I Ii 2 will meet for a joint re- I i and Rev. M B. Britton. DISTRICT SPONSORED I Ifrirtlev and congregation of Second Baptist Church and
the Home Mission Society AME Church. The I
hearsal. MALE FASHION SHOW an Elk of long standing
Church in
Friendly Baptist ,
will meet jointly, December i of the guild will worship at
( I ABYSSINIA BAPTIST An all male fashion show: i Exalted Ruler WR- Davis
15 in the auditorium of the the church to solicit members: Holy communion rites were i i charge of the services I
i ; and Hattie I.
CHURCH TO PRESENT I was sponsored by District 10 Daughter Ruler
church. The Trustee Board and set into motion the appeal observed Sunday afternoon I I District No.6 will James all out of
I 1 PROGRAMI of Abyssinia Baptist Church sponsor are inviting
will meet in the Educational for funds, according to with the pastor and officersin : I
I' I last Tuesday night featuringthe an after service program, December town Elks who are visitingin

Building.---- ---.----- -Dr.-C- S. Williams, president. charge of service. --- i Rev. S L. Badger pas- latest styles in evening,! 21 The Rev \V. Bur the city and will not be ,
t tor of Emanuel Baptist I sport and fall clothing. I II ?ess, assistant pastor of First able to worship with their ;

: Church and congregation: Participants in the show' Corinth Baptist Church will home lodge to come out and
will conduct an after service I I: be the guest speaker for the join in with the Jacksonville
OPEN AN ACCOUNT NO CARRYING CHARGES j were: Solomon Anthony, occasion. groups.
program, December 14 in the Tommie Paige, Willie Quick,!I
9; interest of District No. 6of J{': Crooms, Ferman Adams,
/ Just Dig This Value! : Abyssinia Baptist Church. Uoh! ?:"ie Thomas, James Ham- WE CARRY
i ilton Hudson JordonW-
I i i THE LARGEST SELECTIONOF
DISTRICT SPONSORS ilton, Hudson Jordon, Wil-I
PLATFORM ROCKERS PRE-CHRISTMAS TEA I liam Jones, Melvin Bryant,
A. Jones and others. i
A pre-Christmas: Silver I L

1 Tea was 'sp nsored last, Sunday -.I I Colored Dolls .
I| by District of Mt. Zion i '
UNIT
MT. SINAI
t JACKSONVILLE
Baptist Church. I IN

t.t",9j I,1 Appearing on program I SPONSORS RECITAL

I,| wereRev.: 1.,.. Oliver, Rev.t I $a -98 to $22.50

Tucker,Mrs. Kelly Jack'I Miss Meltonia Cobb will I .
son, Mrs. Mozell Jones, Mrs ,b, presented in a recital by
A SMALL DEPOSIT ::0';
Ramel Rice, Miss Judy York, Distrcit No1 of Mt. Sinai I
ONLY $1 DOWN -_ I Gospel Light Singers, Jean-,I Baptist Church, December 14
nettee Cofer, Lynettd Poulin, at the evening worship in WILL HOLD YOUR DOLL _
E. D. Dorsey, Mrs-. Evelyn. the auditorium of the church.I
Delivers Hillman, Mrs. EM Powell,, Miss Cobb will be supported -I UNTIL CHRISTMAS EVE -

MrsLillian' Dukes, Mrs. Althea -, by Edward Waters College
Them Badger, Mrs. Will Ella. Chorus. She is a student at BROADWAYP
Harris and Rev. V. S- Davis. Edward Waters College anda ;
Both. i.
member of the chorus.

r... ''I I tRI MRS. THEO OREE SPEAKS: A "Million Dollar Wedd- -
FOR ANNIVERSARYMrs. ing," featuring the studentsof
4A the Mt. Sinai Kindergarten 119 BROAD ST. Phone EL 4-6018

; will also be presented.
Theo Oree was the! .
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Olive
Primitive Baptist
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Church observed its anniversary
M "j in the c urch audito-

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Designed I for comfort FIRST ANNIVERSARY
.1+ with innerspring 'con OBSERVED BY PASTOR

.. struction! Upholstered Rev. Orion Johnson will
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a I Do' plasticpTjDtected observe his first anniversary -i I
: decorator. tweeds for. as of I '
Everson
<<, pastor
; beauty and long wear. Street Baptist Church locat-i SHOP AND SAVE

t ..... Really 'a terrific ed
; on Cleveland Street between -
SEE THEM 'NOWI value! 4th and 5th Streets be I

'I. ginning this week. GHySTSTORE
Some, of the participating DAYL
.. ADAMS ministers and churches are:

AT l iUUJ5. 1'5ZTHE Rev. J. W. Marshall of Mt. .

BROAD Moriah 'Baptist Church. Rev. t''t' EVERY DAY LOW PRICES -
J L. Davis of Mt Canaan
Baptist Church Rev. W. S. BE SURE TO VISIT OUR NEW STORE AT .

SOUTH'S OUTSTANDING FURNITURE''' STORE Peoples of Magnolia Baptist 21at" MONCRIEF '
Church and Rev. Lee RioQueen Plenty of Parking Space-

of Royal. Tabernacle. ,'P' 1. .
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BCC WIN CONTEST COEDS ANNUAL POETRY DEACONESS TO GIVE''TEA BOARD SUNDAY/ I.)jr i j : FOR DISTINGUISHED, SERVICE TO HUMANITY. I DIGGS Aif ENDS -I MAN TO STAND !j


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I A spiritual tea will be spon
AFRICAN MEET MURDER TRIAL
DAYTONA BEACH.. FLA. j sored by the Deaconess Board /
Dr. Louise A. Nelson Gar- of Greater Macedonia Bap-I'

rett. Head of the Department tist Church, December 14, Michigan Negro Congress-
ef English of BethuneCookman from 4 to 6 in the homeof \i
I p.m. 'man Charles C. Diggs, Jr. is
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College has announcedthat Mrs. Ruth ,Walthour. 1431 ,3 ? :4. attending the All AfricanPeoples' j PENSACOLA -= An ac-
five members her ad- 4 : _
i IE. 30th Street. _
Conference as an ob- cured murderer of Holmes
vanced composition class had I Mrs. Viola SL.. :I a
I Reynold server for the United States
their poems accepted in the will be the speaker for the I'I __ Government. I County, farmer and his infant

highly competitive annual occasion and other artists of 1'1 ___ I daughter, who fled the scene,
contest of college poetry, the city will appear. I 1 i: :i.J. The historic meeting, at- was later apprehended in
I
sponsored by Dr. Dennis I 1 : i"". } tended by delegates from Morocco N. Y-, and brought
r BUffalo
Hartman, Secretary of the MAN JUMPS ON WIFE I ,. Tunisia, Liberia, Sudan I Ito
National Poetry Associationof 1 ffii Euthiopia and the United I hack Florida and lodged
Arr?rica. AND TRIES TO RUN :, '"" [ : Arab Republic runs from Dec. \ in the Escambia County jail.

The students poems will be HER FROM THE HOME; : 5-12 in Accra, Ghana. ;, Frank Peterson, 27, who
published in the famous anthology ., :.., >'' released from
for students .. :- ;a :, =ao' The purpose of the confer- was a prison
campus '.-: .
I >' i:-,, shortly before the mur-
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Ghana'sPrime camp
; t :<> ence, according to
America Sings. Mrs. Arlene Price 25 of ;
,
The students and their 1593 W. 34th Street told police ; :; :/,: .gif !J: (,, Minister, Kwame ders occurred last June was

prize poems are: Louise Cal- her husband, Green M. : Nkrumah, is "to prepare some j, questioned by an investigator

houn, "Why," William. C Price, 26, jumped on her and ,,,.,':' } l', .: sort of blueprint which will from the State Sheriffs Bureau -
Bro c k i n g ton, "Incident";I attempted to put her out ,of ': / ":'( ; serve as a guide for the strug- i and Holmes County
Vera McCoy, "Vers ,Libre"; the house last Sunday.She { 1 I I gle for independence in th: Dependent
Sheriff Cletus Andrews
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territories of Africa.1
George Rahming, "Musing";; said after hitting her ,
and Howard Carter,"To Madam on the porch, she ran in the) ,GOLD :MEDAL WINNEBS-Bedple&te of the MM Gold Medal awards tM National Inatltate oI l Aimed at formulating plans No explanation was given
Bethune." house to get her baby, and Social Sdenee. nnoni NIBS uttidext Frank Paee.Jr.oOowiac pre tIoII"New York ctrFI .* : for an African NonViolent, why Peterson was held in
The proceeds from the sale he went I ; +oa Wt the?are:James B.KlUUa Jr.special asrisUal to 1M PrecUoU fN sdeaee aadlUdu'otTi aoI. [I Revolution, the week long convention -'
around the
of ,America house, MarUa Asd nea: fonMr Pre ld mt Herbert Hoorerj Paejfiuid SecnW7 .f tfctSIMSS!i (i i will dsicuss colonalismand Pensacola instead ofBbnifay
Sings will be and threw bricks through the tert& AM.,...Tli fauttete wkkfc mke* the awarda f."dlstlasulsbedserde.to tt& 4
used to stimulate oVeative *_ tile M Hoomvjyvm imperialism, racialism where the crimes were com
living room and dining room this oecuIoD f.1M tint u. .. wooed preieaUttoi! to MM tom
writing in American collegesand windows. The damage was s fTkptc I'' U.medalfalfl&MAN ,and discriminatory laws and mitted. It was suggested that
universities throughout estimated at $6. !practices, tribalism and religious -I it was because ,of arousing
s
the separatism and the
country. Patrolmen William H. Har- HIT ON HEAD BY SEMINOLE COUNTY comparative position of"African incidents among the citizens
ris and Sidney Gaines inves CIVIL RIGHTSAGENTS chieftaincy under control N A A C P attorney WilliamS
BY STEPDAUGHTERA WILL
: BOND ISSUE
I Enroll Now in tigated- Sgt. E. Hickson
the
I approved I rule and free democratic gov- s. who represented P iter

South's. Finest College the report. I BENEFIT,SCHOOLS VISITMONTGOMERY I Ii ernment. ron in:, the New York extradition -
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46-year-old man was i.SANFORDAn I This w71i be the second trip : hearings, had claimed

FLORIDA BARBER For More Beautiful knocked on the head ,with a i DiggS, who':was a member of Peterson would be in dangerand
Hair announce- i the offfcal United States delegation -
COLLEGE BRANCH I would not receive "fairtrial"
a
brick by his step-daughter I
Use THELMA'S'' Products ment has been released from attending the young
630 Davis St. at Beaver last Monday as he jumped R. First Independence if returned to Florida.
,Sold In Setzer'*, Jax Meat the ofice of School Supt African Republic's -
I Peterson admitted murdering
his wife to beat her, police Celebrationin -
oa
Phone EL T. Milwee of Seminole
: 5-9874 ,. I' Daylight & All Drug Store reported.Mrs. County that three Negro MONTGOMERY, Ala. :March of 1957.ACCUSED the farmer and his 2-

Merca Holland, 3S, schools will benefit from the Agents of the Civil Rgihts year-old daughter for the-
first time last Wednesday. In Y
,.. 1425 Van Buren Street told 3 million-dollar school bond Commision, reportedly have WOMAN IS
-- .-. ...- police her husband, Harry ;rue which is scheduled for subpoenas to serve on wit- a brief interview with Okla-

.. '. ..., .-., .. .-. ,.. '-. ..- .. ..,' '.. .. Holland Sr. came home in a validation in circuit court neses for next Monday's I HIT' BY HUSBANDMrs. Joosa 'County Skeriff Ray -

-- drunken state and jumped on Dec. 5.The hearing on Negro Voting in I Wilson the 27-year-old accused -
Now's The Time To Order HIgh Quality her. When he did, her daughter Montgomery. Gussie Mae Carter, 31, slayer admitted theslayings
Clean Burning hit him on the head witha school projects in the cf 80S Blanche Street told -

Coal I For your stove or fireplace brick. priority group include new The' hearing is to investi- investigating officers that her .. .-.,.--_, -

by the BAG or by the TON r Police said they took Holland classrooms and renovations at gate complaints that Negroes husband Carter, 39, came Custodial officers stoppedat

ALL SEASONS ICE Be FUEL CO. to Duval Medical Cen- Rooenwald elementary at Al- have been denied the rightto home last Wednesday and Crestview with Peterson,

"Our 17th Year" ter and from there to police tamonte Springs. vote in Macon and perhaps :started an argument about en; ,route to Bonifay, and.Wil-
5883 Nowood 11.a PO 4-4511 headquarters- His case will other Alabama counties. I some man: and jumped on her: on said he talked "with the- {

be tried in city court it was The bonds are expected to I,in the house. suspect a few minutes." Sheriff ,

reported. be marketed' by January: and It will be the first major I The husband made' her get Wilson said, "I asked him
construction funds availableby proceeding for the new fed in the car and hit her again.
Patrolmen J. D. Austin and I[ if be were guilty, and he-said
J. Eminisor early March. eral agency since its creationby She jumped out the car and "
investigated-
> .., W. _____ yes, he was. He said Peter-
Congress last broke her wrist, Mrs Carter
-- year. son indicated he would throw
said. She was carried to Du-
Burton Stevenson of Wash- val Medical Center in ,a himself at the mercy of the

ington, refused to say whe police carWOMAN court.

We Would Like ToVish All Of You ther other witnesses might be I
called from counties besides

A Merry Christmas And A Happy New earINIiEt'EIDENT Macon the county, where registration members board of'I I IS INJURED Real EstateLOANS
j
ot Tuskegee earlier refused 1 fIN FALL ON TRUNKI
to let commission agents see!I $ $ H
LIFE their records. i
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I Mattie Bell Robinson $1.000 $%.000 $3.009
1 I 147 1563 W. 29th Street told
Complaints have been $4,000 op to $% ,04
made by Negroes, in Mont- police she was arguing with, Payable $1.00 per mo. per hundred
gomery as well as Macon Cleveland Taylor about using on unpaid balance at 6%.
& Accident Insurance Company County. her car without her consent,
: Let us help you to complete
when she struck her head on
your house or refinance 38
Macon County Probate, the corner of the trunk after
Judge William Varner was! being pushed by Taylor. years in the same place.

., ,tICCIQF .. subpoenaed by The Civil i Call -
Commission Mrs. Robinson was takento
Rights to
-....., 1 '. ...., zW :, hearing in Washington appearat and I I Duval Medical Center by .J. P. YOUNG
'j. all Taylor in her car. She was
: produce voting files in his Mr 81mm ana er Mr. Walsh
0 .', office covering the past three treated and released by Dr. Male and Monroe
c in reference P. Milazzo. She said she
years to
q .. .,'. ,., :i'f. voting. Negro would not prosecUte. 212 Masonic Phone EL Temple UOUSSDI BMg.

,. : '. .. ''. ,.. ...'".r-w\i': \ ..r ", The Judge said he plannedno Patrolmen Robert Georgeand EL
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'#> wi ,.. ,.... individual resistance, butwould Clarence. investigated.
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1111E r. : discuss the matter'with Atty.
: Gen. John Patterson-
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ORDINARY AND WEEKLY' pnEDmIJPLtNY'1. f Leola School Patterson.were installed by Mrs. g

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The officers are: Hamilton .

: '. '.... ,. '.: .. Cheatham, president; Mrs. E i.
LIFE "C \ 'f Johnnie'' Mae Byrd 1st vice ;
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i ritt, 2nd vice president; Mrs-

; J.< ACCIDENT t' I Cleo Boston, recording secre-
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't' :. ; : I. corresponding secretary; Mrs-
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: Rebecca Black
assistant
ENDOWMENT <' secretary
.A ; Mrs. fences "Edwards
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'j RETIREMENT INCOME :: Mrs.Mrs. Lillian Lillian Farley Dennis, assistant treasur-;

f erBen Durham, business :
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l FAMILY GROUP I manager;?: S. J.-Muldrew assistant --

""I I' ,' ..._ I IIf Ii ; James Moultrie parliamentarian
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i AND HOSPITALIZATION INSURANCEKU Raysor, public relations chairman '* *, _
] ,Mrs.
Lillian Bell, assistant
; :Mrs. Maggie Miles, KENKNICHT--
.. J chaplain; and Mrs. Clara Durham I

t oI' faculty coordniator. Invites You To Listen ToLJL .

: Mr. W. K. Harper, president !- A -
1 HOME OFFICEJACKSONVILLE. ,:-r-; I
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of the Florida State "KNICHTTRAIN" ,
J -- _'lI' Congress of '
Parents
I( and f '" .
.(: i .j. ... FLORIDA }-q I Teachers ings and 'urged'the Coundl gave greet- ..::,.;;; Starting At 7:00 P. M. Nightly -
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to
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.; : ti seed representative_: to tha im WRHC
conference 1400
I to be field in .

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I Champions Meet Champions In- -Orange_ Bowl. Saturday. I




BURRELL IS CHOSEN FOOTBALL ROLLS ., ,;;. SOUTHWEST CHAMPIONS MEET
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1959 CAMPAIGN FOOTBALL, Ill-Bill Bur- AMIDST STRIFE t ',f'>, '" ': b, .. ; SIAC CHAMPIONS IN CLASSICSBY

While the country rants
rell, the big line bursting and raves over Integration, C. Parham Johnson
guard of the University of. football like "Ole Man River, 4A t
{L', Illinois, became the second Jus Keeps On Rolling Along"as MIAMI-When the whistle blows Saturday night in the
Negro in the history of the if everything is calm and Orange Bowl to start the 1958 Orange Blossom Classic be-
school to be elected captain peaceful. tween the Southwest Conference champion Prairie View
of the Illinois football team State Panthers and the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic
J. Caroline, now with the The Univezmty of Miami : ( r Conference champion Florida A & M Rattlers, it will be
Chicago Bears team cap- Hurricanes continue to play third time the two football teams have met in Classic com-
tained the squad in 1954. wherever they went to, anybody petition.
Burrell was named to the they want to with no ;;4' Both teams are well fortified -

Big Ten Conference first !apologies to offer. They are ,;...!;' ,1.. in strength,both defense 5,000 persons who saw Florida
team last year as sophomoreand not bound by any conference and offense. Prairie View I A& M Rattlers play
frequently led Illinois'team rules that would outlaw,play ii: r/ vent through the season un
of Washington
in'tackles. ing teams with Negro ath- f "., t. .H'. defeatedBoth teams played, Howard University
The big 199-pound guard letes. It is for that reason 'o '' -'' : the Southern Jaguar Cats: D. Following the

probably played his finest that[ they are able to bring /j: ; t } with the Rattlers losing 35-6!i inaugural game in Jackson-
collegiate game against OhioS to the fans of Miami the best iir ,;., ":: :(.. : ,"d the Panthers winning ville, the site shifted to Orlando

tat e's Powerful ground- teams in the nation. ;A%:;..:, "' 1" ?;;. :<,,'. /. .(" .'., "<" .!'o.J ... .. 20-14! from the Cats. I 1 and then to Tampa and in

gaining Buckeyes in 1957. A Just a few weeks ago ,the / : Coach Billy Nicks, the r :aster 1947 it moved to Tampa
full-back in high school, he I strategist of the' Panthers
!
Hurricanes
the University
played
since-
where it has been ever
made the change to guard of Wisconsin in J defeated the Gaither Strategy -

without any trouble. He is Miami, they lost. Last Saturday to the tune of 33-27 under The game has developed in.
vicious and took out two men the great generalship of the and it
they played Oregon :Uni- to maturity today
to enable
MitchelLnow
Bobby versity, they won. When tie mighty Charlie Brackins the ranks with the foremost attractions
with the Cleveland last time the in
teams met
in the nation. Each
all
games were finished, the
Browns, to go for a 60-yard ... .. the Orange Blossom Classic. the attendance has
.I Negroes remained --- --- year
touchdown against Michigan and white players Negroes remained I I The Panthers have played: grown and it is expected that
State last*season. white. What crowds turned -,'I QUEEN FOR A DAY The reigning queen at the Orange Blossom Classic 'activities the best teams in the nation 50,000 persons will view the

out to the game. scheduled for the Orange Bowl in Miami Saturday will be Miss La Ray Eeasley. and in every instances they 1958 Orange Blossom Classic-
"Miss FAMU", shown in center with her two attendant Miss Annette Madison of have been able to take of
RINGWORMDANBRUFFSUFFERERS,t The Oregon Ducks, defeated Jacksonville and Miss Beitye Edwards of Tall.h.SPORTING'.-.....* themselves. The Billy Nicks One of the most colorful
last Saturday by the Hurricanes -I men came from behind to defeat -events to take place in collegiate
had such tan performs Coach Arnett Mumford's I circles is the classic-

tT TOT KATE MY SKITTLE:HAW. OANCROIT.TCTTCm. as Willie West, starting' Southern Cats and gained Not only is the game one of
SCALP.KCZEMA.UNGVO&M.OK JaanA t' NS."ZK5ULAN OTKT1 WILL(AT KMOB *', halfback; Aldon Kimbrough, =:: IT UP:;:: .ZBy = wide recognition. the best to be played among
roaD THAMJTOUT ft U I7 or THE 3CAUNOAMD the Ducks fine end; Len The Rattlers have won college teams but the picturesque
/ tTCMNG.0*ASK KAMOt TOOK ABOUT DOCTOR" aROOGtsZZAOTlC1At SVI.AH.e.tfiuJ ... Burnett, end; Dave Grayson; their sixth straight SIAC decorations of many hues

I Herman McKinney and Robert C. Parham Johnson titl<<:. Coach Jake Gaither has the most charming and attractive -
?' Heard, a graduate of ben recognized as one of the I majorettes, the nimble -
,
Dorsey High' School the ---- and active drill teams
.......... .. .. M Scalp son smartest coaches in collegiate t
-- 1.S.Ir. L wY'
of Mr. ,, ; ,
and
Mrs. Haywood THE BALTIMORE COLTS professional football team ;American team are Oscar competition. He has won and the nationally famous
Heard of 2150 State Road, losers of only one game this season has the largest numberof Robertson of University of: world wide recognition. Whata Florida A & M "Marching
()P -Locka. All the way from tan players of any team in the league. They hare Milt I'Cincinnati, Bob Boozer of I game it is going to be Band" that always has something
Miami to Oregon and playing Davis. one of the most outstanding defensive backs in the I Kansas State,first team members I when Billy Nicks meets Jake to offer.
Tour football. league; Lenny Lyles first Negro to play for the University I Gaither.
second team membersare
Miami won the game,from of Louisville;Lenny Moore one of the greatest runnersin ;John Green of The Panthers will throw Press, radio and television
Michigan
Oregon and lost the Jim Parker former All-American tackleat I experts from all over the nation
to Wisconsin game; Big such men as David Webster
LuckyNumbers State and Tom Hawkins, co- ,
will be to
present give
which Ohio State Sherman Plunkett and John Sample former
proves that it: ; captain of Notre Dame. Calvin Scott, McAlvin Coll
matters not who plays on a .stars at Maryland State University; John (Big Thunder) ier, Archie Seals, James I the gala event full coverage-
team the game can be won Lewis from Michigan State and Gene (Bfg Daddy) Lips- White, Gentris Hornsby and
or lost. The crowds continue combe who Just loves playing the Los Angeles Rams. THE SUGAR BOWL AND. Arthur Sewell at the Rattlersand
GATOR BOWL will!
to attend the -- games
Miami games SOLLY DRAKE, who once 11 i very definitely be minus of I the Rattlers will retaliate LEARN TO DRIVE
and
Miami continue to play :! with Hew with
joy. a s always Alvin
Chavis, Secure Drivers' License
LLdtiy Days, Lo'ky'0101"1"* the played for tre Los Angele tan players. The University
integrated teams and Charles
BY ASTROLOGY is hurt therefrom. nobody Angels before a major lea:I ready, willing .and. unassuming of Florida will meet the Re-I Willie Wyche Young, ,Horace Willie Taylor SAFEWAY DRIVING
Before entering Stanton Small
bels of
In Your team moved in will Mississippi and Louisiana SCHOOL
WeaklyHOROSCOPE gue playin
Lee of
I he was the ace of the James State will meet Clemson.ON Royster and a host
GUIDE Los Angeles again when Weldon Johnson cage squad. TO :MIAMI is the Rattlers who have carried 600 West Beaver Street
cry
Send J2.00 for your Horoscope 85 15 -63) he joins the Dodgers next Blackshere is the type of along the Florida front. Two the banner to victory for the Office ELgIn 5.7742

Guide with lucky numbers 23950111W season. Drake burned up the player to get swelledheadedat of the nation's top teams Rattlers throughout the year. Res. ELgin 4-0639
lucky dy. lucky color International League las t the applause of";,.the crowd. will battle it out for national The Classic was born in
Dir
Enclose a stamped envelope. rch.This Clown Should Herbert keep a spirit honors. Jacksonville in 1933 and in its GEORGE PERPENA.
with TVIontreal. He '
season like that he will go tar as an infancy it drew less than
tied for the most runs (104)]), athlete. .
SMOOTH SAILING --- -
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made the most hits (183)) !=--
THE 1958 FOOTBALL SEA WE MEET AGAIN. b
-' 3 rr: '7 and the most triples ((16)). He .
SON has taken a bow and
Fin In and Maa Cos "
2 >* 7 also stole 20 bases. The tan passed off the stage of action II'

ZODIAC hued Drake is expected to bea I making room for the basket- WO'PALMS
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P O. Box 732Jacksonville 411 01 618 great help to the fallen ball sea s o n. Many of the. "
94 S6 47tlme Dodgers. collegiate stars are all set fora
1. Fla successful yea r. Already! FIGHT BOMBS i
JESSE OWENS, one timeU. the All-American team has
Name ...................... i m he's" up been chosen Look : I
by
M..nf'tlmea he'- down Olympic champion seta Maga- WITH BALLOTS II I
ADDRESS .................. UfO add. anbtradtaHf field and track record of: zine and three outstandingtan I

city State .................. works It all around 26 feet. eight and one-half: players are on it. .
THE FOUR TAN PLAY-
Birthday .................... 18 -.209 -27 36 inches for the broad jumpon ERS chosen on Look's All- j
month & day May 25, 1935 The record

-I has never been broken. It is J

the longest standing record.

Thril-Packed Football from Whistle to Wills". JIMMY BROWN, the star GO FIRST CLASS OF JACKSONVILLE

26th ANNUAL \ of the Cleveland Browns professional :

football' team was FORMERLY( THE 2-SPOT)
c c.EEJLCJ :
an All-American at Syra- ...with America'sfinest

: 51: \. cuse University in Football JJGGERr xe.

\ and lacrosse. He also played Bourbon- p DANCING
CL.B.SSJC: : : ( I NIGHTLY
basketball well enough to b
-E ,.., r COUEClATE FOR THE NATIONAl CHAMPIONSHIP NEGRO have his name on the draft i in a handy i : Iii I, :

h. Ut of tb< Syracuse National '

1 Z: J'y .. of theNaUcnal Basketball Association pocket flask. Y j'II'II ON STAGE ATTRACTION (

4h'ate' He was track star Thru DECEMBER 14th !

in college also- Jim only played % d. ; ,,t,1: 9 III

( / baseba'l in his senior year : :
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1957 NATIONAL. CHAMPIONS at Manhassett High School 7 1' THE FIVE ROYALES II''

9 FLORIDA A &M UNIVERSITYPRAIRIE in Long Ispand, but that too m
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*" Creators of
Baby Don't Do It"
,. vs was good enough to be in- ( YEARS I'
vited for a tryout by the Milwaukee : .
VIEW \ Braves and New \ OLD KRIS'K'OLUMBOand

(STATE COllEGE of TEXAS) York Yankees. The Georgia I r I 'Ii
tom Brown is ahead ache to \ I
RESUYE0 SEATS $2 00.5300 he other pro football teams- : ; II I I:! hU GENTLEMEN OF SWING
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the on nation the say Los Angeles the tan players Dod- pQoocz : !ii I i j STARTING' .MONDAY: D CEMBER-15 X11

gers team are well pleased t' & loo p& t II I I ::
with California. Shortstop B3TILW 1CN3,4a I I\ JACKIE WILSON Ii!

Charlie i leal,second baseman I
Junior Gilliam, catcher John QuunsMNis i J jJ! "LONELY TEARDROPS" I I'I'II' I'I'I ''
and rookie infielder '
Roseboro I
CHOICE SEATS NOW! Earl Robinson are residents ?L4U NWTZa II' Arnett Cobb and His'OrchedraI I!!
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in Miami: of t state-. Young N I ,
North Travel Bureau Mary Xiizabeth Hotel J Monday thru
Robins is a native Califor- Thursday = 75 /
1104 N.W. 3rd Ave v 642 N-W. 2nd Ave. nian. Neal 'moved his home .. tll Friday Saturday and Sunday CCW'j: M/'j

Community Drug Store Grand Drugs from Texas, GilHarn from I .
6750 N.W. 15th Ave 3640 Grand Ave, New Jersey and Roseboro UI ,SPECIAL j 1
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of write to: ; from Ohio and 'NeW York EARLY SUNDAY
H. R. Partridge,. Bus. Mgr.. a wherehe divided his living r
FIoridajA&M University ADULT MATINEE ,

Tallahassee, Florida ,.quarters.HERBERT'.BLAE..--=i _-__\ __ .. ., I BBsgg_STARTS 7:30! P.M-'gLl AM.

.Highlight! ol Tfe SMMB many ouf 'rrteliSAIMTE of the,New Stanton Blue Devils '
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rD .jiORANGEBOlL: has been a :standout s AWl111lliift I VISFT THE PALMS DINING ROOM !
the
throughout season. Black .. ..ti.,.r.r oar i 1IIIIt'
8:00 here is the type of athlete s I Y.rasAe

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. \:. .. CHIPS OFF THE BLOCKS BY JAY JAY 1 I ,

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/ .-. ':drag to the boys on, host of "first nighters" in the Christmas week features Ar- comprehensive high ackoolsfn .. WHY BUT READY ) ADE *

'": Blocks this is the "quit- Big City4heyprQy:_ d to the thur Prysock followed by i the .South. It will offer CLOTHING THAT DOES NOT *

> ; season". This phrase, inanagement of? .the Palms!I|"The Midpighters and Cal vocational and academic if FIT CORRECTLY?
r:.-uld be self explanatory., that --we "wilf--support{ good Green, for the New Year's. training.The proposed site is nfc Let King Fit You in *

.il of the boys are putting entertainment WJj q Lthe caliber t week"sno'w.. near the present 33rd and & "King Tailored" Clothing *
their main legs downIf youdon't : ofthe-bill'warrants good On the entertainment front Pearce Street Elementary TANK.Ls That Will Make Yon Feel 1

know why.' Its to aroid attendance* _jvewiijjshow- -=cinema division. The Big school. Much ;of the groundwork "Fit As a King r

giving out ,with the presents. The oIiQ ay J ill s'tarts out I Country: Is packing them in in trying to get school -Zi* All Work Guaranteed *

Another group is saying, this week: Jwj h;* bang. One: at the Strand. Next week officials to pick the site was EXPERT ALTERATIONS *

"If you ain got it on, you,cf the bestjwiaging J groups I 1\f"The Imitation General" with done by the precinct,.workers 0 o COMPLETE"FORMAL
ain't got one." They mean, on the road Krazy ,Kris Ko- Red Buttons is worth seeing of_ 2C and,'2E-' Us % pity that, RENTAL SERVICEs \
overcoats. We were reading Jumbo and hfe"' ..group; featuring I I lat I the Ritx.TJie Roosevelt is voters is other areas can't *
with pleasure of the cold up Stan:*ThV'Man on Organ j I coming thru with the good take the ;interest' in schools nr uu'"' fL
the way until we happened and Floyd. Smith .on guitar. first run movie. "A Face In in theirnhat: :ihe,folk 1 GIN 4-7943 .

to venture out-of-doors- ,Floyd j is..one of. the_greats in The Crowd"" and a new Audie in.the'Second Ward'do. : "
has happened here. Memoriesof the jazz f eld. "He' js one of Murphy Western. :You have Yon faww char y' faDe camplain 10 BROAD $L

last Winter's heavy hand the members'of the famous to watch the boards atcthe r ; that .teafchcrs don't : 1WMtt-

are still with us.; You'll see Andy Kirk's. ..; "Seven Clouds Roosevelt because'they snaak teach. If the parents would I I
everything from blankets to of Joy" when:Mary.Lou Williams .In some' nice flicks. work in the P/T.A. groups I
burlap wraps on the streets was playing'piano with There's not too much talk and Pad C'ubs and the like
this season as the brotherstry Kirk. Co-featured are the around town about the Clas-'and handle the money raising HIGHEST PRICES FOR YOUR LOTS

to keep warm. Five Hoyales- Next week, sic. Seems as tho the big, ma......bs teachers would

The. nite-lifting crowd-gave Jackie Wilson the newest game is too near' Christmas. have time to teach. MORRIS ANSBACHER
Sam Cook and company a juke box craze along with Remember dear readers that The few souls who try to -Ii
royal welcome last week. The our pal' Arnett Cobb will the date is set to tie in with do a job are rebuffed when pays, more for lots than anyone else In town A tip of tbe fepat 011

Palms had the SRO sign out open up. The Cobb Mobb is the beginning of the heavy they seek material to teach TELEPHONE: ELGIN 5-5592 or EVERGREEN 9-5437 to theeeif a.tsta.
every night. Sunday night the same type of, swinging Winter tourist season in Mi with. Parents should ask yooBf AntrtauM, ..
the audience resembled a crew as Kris Kolumbo I ami. Your attendance has be- their kids' teachers questions make oar eomtrj aai
ear commnnlty a iattei
come secondary. The mighty about "teaching materials and
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dollar "" "_ "' _- '- '. _A '--_ pte<* in wkkk te 'wMARGARET
is the thing now and supplies"--and the like. They A- -N" ': '''' ?.t' .N

". ROOSEVELT Sun. and Mon. .Only! the "touristers" as our friend I"1 f should look into shops and HELP WANTED * |
Snufffy Smith calls them labs and see how they are MAIDS -:- COOKS -:- HOUSEWORKERSNEW r

spends that green stuff. 'I I equipped. We ain't placing YORK -
Warners' 1st Run We have excellent for female
petitions good
Ken Knight is making preparations the blame, just stating facts many open
"FACE IN THE CROWD" to leave for his an.imal .,j and hope we are telling you domestic workers Steady jobs with nice private famines x
Plus Audio Murphy In' trek to the 'Magic City'Ken ., why the little brown "John- who will treat you right and provide a nice room. meals
"RIDE A CROOKED'.TRAIL"Also is covering the game for nies can't read. and all privileges Salary to $50 weekly to start. _,
WRHC. The "Round Gotta Transportation to New York advanced If you are looking
: No. 7 'ZORRO'S FIGHTING LEGIONS'COMING One" is go now, but meet me
for a good sleep In Job contact Florida Domestic '
planning to do the town up. at the- New Courthouse and Supply t
1ST RUN Tues. Wed. ; Thurs. Of interest to many Is the place your name on the book P. 0. Box 323 Lakeland Fla. or Phone MUtual 55S04AJWWWWIAAAI. i
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Dec. ,16.17.18 announcement if,it --"'- A"V..7.t"J.r- _
there.
roO concerning the !, !npt .
NOT RECOMMENDED FOR: CHILDBED I purchase of sites for four new 1 I
Negro schools i. .
One
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MADAM POCOHONTAS -----3
\ ; new schools is supposed lo ;DEATHSMATTHEWS NIXON 't-
\ : : dot: kaaebI' -., be one of the most modernREFRIGERATOR Indian Healer,Reader and .Advisor New Stanton Senior High *

., I'' cwt, 6ecnua, Funeral services If bewildered disappointed or in sorrow I can and Pepsi Cola Dealers and*
\ ';1 ', .\ 91AA\. "Sa M"' were held Friday for will help you. There is no mystery so deep I cannot Pepsi Cola Bottling Com-*

.,1 >..,. I 'I.'::H David Frederick Matthewsof fathom no heart so sad I can't change to happiness.As pany are proud to salute
;.i I wt) "' c 1406 Fairfax Street. a reader I have no equal my advice never fails Margaret Nixon. of the

7W :. ;.,. J. -T -. .'lllR1] FOR SALE David is survived by his I willI give you true advice on all affairs of life love LOth grade class. She is a i
': 1[ Very Good Condition parents Mr- and Mrs. Dub- business marriage or divorce. If you are unlucky or member of the MarchingBlue
'[ Gina! lin sister Sue Ann Matthews I having bad luck. I can and will help you. I have helped Devils Band Seere-*

'fx," : v:4414OUiOIffiItIDt: : "' \ Call PO 4-0127 ; brothers John and: thousands and will help you no matter what your tary of the Student Coun-*

1 <' .. <' : .: : ... I Sherman Matthews; grandfather troubles are. Read Chapter 1. Isaiah. 13th verse: "The tits President of the Crew ....
\' W': .: "'::\;,.' /. ..' ,:"<""'. John Morris; aunts Lord is the greatest healer and the Lord give me tive Dance group and anI:

,. : : ti '; .,,:/>..' Mrs. Ruby More Miss Car- power to help those who cannot help themselves." honor student. iIf''
:: ',,' >\:': t : r::+< ; We Repair rie Matthews and Mrs. Mar- Don't confuse my work with that of ordinary ****** kyt** rRICHARD *

; ': .{;t :t .. ', garet Spell; uncle, Rudolph readers. My work is different. You will find me farsuperior fI
f! .vJ.f .' :,.'--;:<:':".'/r':: ':. ..". .:.* ,!.tr, .(.r Oil Stoves and Heaters Spell. other relatives and to all other readers. My advice never fails.
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/ ..'" ... :: $:.:. :: ..".'1 vcv"l ii.-;:::-X:::::::".',"__ We Repair and Clean friends. I If One visit will convince you. Can be seen daily Including -
v. ; : .1 Sunday. Welcome Reading within reach of all.
V'y v. Electric Irons and Toasters f
j,; ... M,': i :'t Plus -alsoVenetian CURTIS Funeral servicesare i Look for Indian head sign. I am a Christian Reader
...... >'. : .. Bela Lugosi Blinds being arranged by Dallas -/ Just arrived from India the land of Miracles. I will
'TLAN 9" Cleaned and Repaired Graham Funeral DIrec-' show you how to overcome obstacles and hidden fears.I '%,
tor for Joseph Curtis of Box I I will also remove bad luck and evil influence of all t.
WESTSIDE 127. Baldwin, Florida, who! kinds no matter what your troubles are. I can and will b

REPAIR died In Brewster Hospital help you whether you are blind, sick worried or crip-
SHOP
MIDNITE SHOW TONIGHT! December 8. Mr. Curtis wasa pled. I will help you. K
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Baptist Church Located at 8603 Lem Turner Road -
and employed Take Bus 16 (Beverly Hill) t LEE
STR-AND Also Sun. Wed. Onlyl1st by the Fruit Growers
Jafc ShowingL' Express Company.He For appointment and information phone PO 5-9244 .'J' WILSON, JB<
I with this ad half New Stanton
is survived by his Readings price Senior High
RITZ Tues- wife Mrs- Lillie B. Curtis -II Richard is a member of
n sons. William Lee ;I 1- + the 9th grade class. He i Is
Joseph
: a member of the HI-Y Na
t Back By Popular Demand Jr., Leon and Eugene Cur-I .
tional Honor and
1 << See Dorothy Dandridge tis; daughters Misses Daisy '" Society
1r Mae and Florine Curtis; The SEAFOOD Center Chaplain of'-his homeroom
father and mother-In-lawv class, a member of the Arts
: Mr. and Mrs. if Club and' Uends the West
3' Will
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FULL other relatives and CORNER MYRTLE AVENUE! AND SHAD ROE 4., Friendship. Baptist Church
friends. ,
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WHITING Mayport Banks Production ..____ Lb. 25c .
MARTIN r a ra maw reg
FUN Funeral servicesare SPOTS Genuine Ocean View _.- __.u.Oh.____ Lb. 25c l
being
arranged by Car-
..rAR HIT I! ter's Funeral Home for Mrs. BONELESS DEPT. ffi k v k

Anna Martin of 828 DeWItt Select OYSTERS .._______ Pint $1.15 m 11 1 .f
excursion Street who died recently In Standard OYSTERS _- Pint 98c fc r

: 1 her home. Mrs. Martin wasa CLAW MEAT _____ Lb89c k
11110 t 1 Church. She Is survived byJ J' LARGE SHRIMP (for frying) Lb. 89c (
back aIIe ys. Evils ACOR.pr4ttN a daughter. Mrs Estella FLORIDA LOBSTER Lb. 49c i.
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S Vof of Douse;' sons. Bonnie and MULLET ROE Lb. 89c .
th A::
; Dope! Sanford Martin, seven

.5 grandchildren,, other rela- ROE MULLET . . Lb. 29c

;s 4Ar r tives. 5 J.... LARGE RED BASS .t, : L & Lb. 35c 1&GWENDOLYN GEIGER ;

( M i r GAZER.-. Funeral New Stanton .Senior High
services LIVE BIG JIM CRABS $1.00 DOZEN
S : :for West .Grier of 400 Gum I la Back of Seafood Center I Tribute It paid to Gwenlolyn --
:5 R StreeV, reen Cove Springs I ( of the 10th
were- held last Friday.. His BARGAIN BASEMENT daces: She is a gradetct-tct
,death occurred' .ha' Girls Service -L8
1 following an SPECKLED TROUT. Chicken of the Sa _,Lb. 49c I
accident In his home. Marching Blue Devils V
Lb. Cge
GENUINE RED SNAPPER
Mr. Band. Student
Grier Council andvs
A y his Is survived by Spanish MACKEREL ___________.._... -_ Lb. 2ge assistant
wife Mrs. ofj
Janle Grierj Secretary
FLOUNDER IJ) a5c
OFEI brother-law,' Alfred C. National Honor
Fresh Water CATFISH Lb. C9c ti'k
Galloway; sister ,In law
,ruts uinsnr Mrs.. Margaret Harris; nieces, FREE PABKDTG SIDE AHD BEAB k-( *
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and,other cromartfe.1 Myrtle Ave. end Adams Phone EL 4.1/053. .ftgggjgag Award tvinsen.
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JAMES COMING DEAN Than.--Fri.TECHNICOLOR Sai REVIVAL' all your trouble. --- Arthritis la 1M =-t common coodJiloa:: affect- .: ::. "
Dec. 18 19 o 20 Itt
,Do:you wan! your laved 44 lag aad / !
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.., .... in ck'money.home : : / ,DB. OWEN todT M !t miifly **&*** la! UM haad, fsst. DE.GBEBSOKred.

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AS yea+ '. 11 p.Ia..... Ia.IM .. eaty: d'vr+dwIIT .. :-...g to.Ukr 2R af/iclea/
down, BO pep? Come today vita /ans aomd.Toa ast ....,IINII sat s. efew. .... i pftkik worw., Za
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