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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 22, 1958
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00388

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Preceded by:
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. ;:.t % imLMr:' ,. '' 'h. I 300,000( REGISTERED VOTERS I Gives Trophies .

- Pepsi--Cola

4I.x : is THE GOAL SET BY NAACP ; 1 II

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TALLAHASSEE The state.."NAACP' meeting here to 1\
chart Its course for; the next three years voted to push for ',
-.pY1 complete racial desegregation In voting schools housing i i "
- { government and industry in Florida by 1963. I
2L The executive board said it. ----...-:. .--- ---- I

will place frist emphasis on' the elected officials feel this |
voting and set a goal for 300,i i cannot be done peacefully," ':
000 registered voters bv963. Lowry said."However. .'
That year was picked ac-'i i{" forced to obtain -
cording to state President1Leon ,
; C our rights through other
of Tampa because I'
Lpwry legitimate measures, they
it is the 100th anniver-j must be taken. ; j I; ..
t sary of the freeing I I "We recommend. that Ne-|
- :, slaves. I gro citizens of this state use;I .,
__Y _____ 1 Lowry said the or anizai -. every legal mears:! available!I : 2j d ps
to make the U. S.- Constitution 4p w Frj
Paula Joyce Davis, four year old daughter of :Mr. and i tion will encourage parents t
and its of
Mrs. Alonzo Davis and Warren Genwright, four year old::to bring suits as soon as possible guarantees I,
work.
son of Mr. and :Mrs. J. Genwright, dressed in costumesof to force! integration of liberty 1
the Christmas Seal children set a good example for all schools in large population ; t3 + t _
Duval County residents. Here they are putting 1958 Christmas -i centers like Daytona Beach, x 4fi.
Seals on a letter Christmas Seals on holiday cards, Pensacola, Jacksonville and MEN SENTENCED J
letters and packages help in. the tight against tuberculosisfor St. Petersburg.:
they fiance the work of your Tuberculosis Associationof -already '
Suits'
are pending
FOR ROBBERY 1
-Duval County. in Tampa, Miami and West .1
Paula and Warren are official Seal Sale children for the Palm Beach.
1958 campaign. Paula's daddy, Alonzo Davis, is a memberof I pifl1 W'4 s
the TB committee. Warren's father, Mr. Genwright, is II I Lowry picked out the large Three men charged with
chairman of the Christmas Seal Sale.ONES" municipalities with their robbery which netted them
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I metropolitan complexion as only $1 were sentenced last
areas where schools can be i i Tuesday to terms ranging ,
"DEFIANT PREMIERTO integrated with the least pub from three to five years. I '
lie resistance- Criminal Court Judge A. 1'
"We regret very much that Lloyd Layton handed threeyear -. ....

BENEFIT URBAN LEAGUEA l terms to William Win-f' ,.' .,.. --...,.,,:v.:. _". ,..
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field Jr.,20, of 640 W. Church f fi
READY FOR TOURNEY A portion of the members of tjbe Ladies of the Links
Street, and William Parker
A gala Southern premiere of one of the big 1959 A&MASKSEORBUDGET i Bell, 27, of 627 W. eaver St. Golf Club which is sponsoring Us "Initial" Links Open Tournament ei Hyde Park
will be held the Strand Golf Course posing as "Ready For Golf" From left
motion pictures at Theatre on Adolphus Harvey, 30, of\ Municipal are seen are: Mrs-
Saturday night, January 3rd, as part of the current driveto 734 W. Beaver St., drew a Susie Thompson. Mrs. Agatha Williams. Mrs.. Orpah Jackson, Mrs. Lilllo Williams.
raise funds for the Jacksonville Urban League, accord- HIKEPAY five-year term for the Miss Gertrude Styles and MrsMaxine Mears.
ing to announcement this week by Dr. W. W. Schell, chair _n._ offense- same The Pepsi-Cola Trophies for the championship and main events will be the feaiures -
man, and Junius Bowman, executive secretary. The men were convictedlast I' of the event with $CO In cash being offered In the profession class. The tournament -
will bo held Dec. 23-29 at the Lincoln Gold and
starling
The film is "DEFIANT on Country Club
RAISE FOR LEE Thursday; : a iurat
ONES," starring Sidney Poi]I urged to purchase their ad- NONE FOR GORETALLAHASSEE ter Asst. County Solicitor where the qualifying rounds and ihe wind-up presentation._ of prizes will be held.
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tcr and Tony Curtis, one ol.vance tickets now. The film Clarence M. Wood proJu.cedtestimony -- -- ---
the most widely discussed,,:will not be shown on a regular The to show that they F KOREAN VETERAN
dramas currently in release I engagement until January Board of Control Thursday used a .25 caliber Lug r auto WIFE OF RF.H.R ROBINSON.I PIES AFTER SUDDEN I I
will be "3 tremendous 6thCONVICT. filed a request for substantial
The premiere a -f matic to take the money 'from I! I
benefit for the Urban ] budget increases for the ATTACK I
Wilburn Allen of 714 Court
League, which survives I University of F J o r i d a.and,I E, Blodgett Homes.. Th. rob- BEATENED' AND ROBBED BY 8!{IN
only through funds donated IS NABBED Florida A & If University, bery took place about 7 a. m-
by the public. Advance ticket I ATTEMPTING ESCAPE? ,including pay raise for most July 27 rear sn abandonedhouse : I
are $1 and the entire dolL I: personnel. at the corner of Logan Mrs.: Ethel A- Robison, wife of Rev. H. H. Robinson,
.r goes to the Urban Lea- I Tte $27,781,000' two-year: request and Johnson strerts- prominent minister of this city reported to police that she
g+]e. The Strand Theatre is j I CRESTVIEW Bloodhounds -I for the university in Clarence L. Presba, convicted -- was severely beaten and robbed by a relative in her homeat
donating its entire facilitiesto : were used last Monday Gainesville includes a Ort. 15 by a jury on a 1110 West 8t* Street last Tuesday.Mrs ._ '.
pay
for this : to track down an escaped -I Robinson told ---- --
the Urban
investigating
League I t raise to $20,000 for PresidentWayne I charge of grand larceny for "
drive. convict after he ran away $1OCO worth r.* l I ,
Reitz who now makes: stealing "m- officers that the rob-. 4i
I from a crew working at a I ber from his last 1 MAN IS UNABLE r
$17,500. I employer ber threatened her with
"DEFIANT ONES is the clay pit'near Eglin Air Force I March 1, drew }f a _
story of a white man and a I Base Auxiliary 4. The FSU: budget asks the!I! at hard a labor oneyearsentence in j;I knife, forced her to write a
Negro who escaped:; while I James Wooten, 20v ,sane increase for President I county jail. check for $33'J and then took TO HELP POLICE
chained together from a prison !I found only four miles from Kobeit Strorier. Dr. John i $15 in cash and left.
camp.: Tickets are available -:the pit just a few hours after: Alien of USF would go from ,
NOW from the Urban running away. He was returned $JfiOOO to $17,500{) but no MAN IS ARRESTEDAND The minister's wife identified I JFBER STAfflNG! J
League office located in' to the Defunial: rake is recommended for HELD ON TV/O the robber as her bro-; '
Room 1, 10a E. Union St.,!Spring state road camp wherehe Presidct' George Gore Jr. at ROBBERY CHARGES ther, .Frank Van Brown, 29,
Only 1,000 will be sold, andif I is serving a threeyearterm A & M who is paid! $13,000. of 4032 Atlantic Blvd. who isentitled '
Willie A. Brown
42 was
advance sales fulfill this, for burgalary from i
there will be no boxoffice',Dade County. The University of Florida Judson Davis, 925 Hosan to a share in an unsettled picked:! up by police! last:..Monday
sales the night of the pre I budget, increased $6,235,000 Street was arrested last Wednesday inheritance left to her'I and. earned to Duval'
mier. v I over current spending, provides -I by Lt. E. B. Runyanand I R.by her mother. MrsRobin- Medical Center for treatment -,I Willie Lyons of 616 Lafayette
WALLET IS TAKENBY that more than 5 mill- Sgt- J. C. Flynn and but was unable to give Street, died Monday
named administratrix
All movie-lovers as well as l.iENVlIO OFFER Ion dollars of the new money charged with armed robberyon son was -:any information about where::December 15 in Duval Medical -
Urban League supporters are 1 would go for pfilaries. ,two counts.Lt. of the estate, valued at' he lived, where the offense: Center following an at-
several thousand dollars- I
TO TAKE MAN HOME
Runyan and Sgt. Flynn .occurred nor the name of I tack in a downtown department
The A & M budget, total. were the same investigatorswho She said Brown, came to I the person who stabbed him., store:
MAN IS ARRESTEDIN Jimmy Lee Davis, 23, of ing $7,731.962, recommendspay heard his own.'complaint the home while her husband, He was treated by Dr. R. Lyons was a Korean veteran
752 Church Street, Apt. A, raises.from $9,000 to $10, A Meyer and admitted to I
of being the victim of a robbery Rev. Robinson was out andramsacked j and a member of Hose
STABBING CASE tcld police he was robbed) by 500 for the vice president,J.R '.November 26. On that: the home, even to'hospital. Brown told police Jy Chapel CME Church.
two men last Monday. when E. Lee and the dean, E. date, Davis was treated at pulling the telephone from'I he was stabbed by his girl- Surviving relatives arehis*
DELAND. Robert Howardwas they offered, to take him Manning Efferson. Duval Medical Center for a, the! walL He fled when, she friend's sister and he didn't parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thad--
arrested last Sunday and home from a Bar at Beaver A & M is asking for 58 gunshot wound in the leg: secured a gun from a nearby know her name. He< said, deus Logan, sisters, Misses
held in jail on a charge of assault and Davis Streets. new academic positions and and he said he had been shot. Hrawer.jRev.. they are supposed to live at;i I Mildred and Joan Logal ,bro
with intent to kill af- He said he was in the Bar 22 additional while being'robbed.. : ,the same ad ess.The closest.,they, Eugene Logan 'other!
4 ter' allegedly stabbing Jack, when the men made the offer personnel. noninstructional After he.was arrested near : Robinson found :he came to describing wherehe I latives and friends-: re
Dixon during a brawl at the' to take him home and the scene of a Saturday hold Brown at his home and turn lived was somewherenear Funeral services will
% Black Cat night spot in the when they got outside they The earlier FSU budget up, Davis was placed in a ed ,him over to police He the Expressway.Patrolmen held Saturday, December 20 be,
Dixon was reported in fair took his wallet from his pod amounted to $19,370,935, up police line-up and three recent -signed a warrant for Brown C Barton and II at i2 m. in the Hosley Chapel .
&
condition! today at a local ket. They.left going south on $4,284,347; mostly for salaries robbery victims Identi who is being held in theCounty George investigated. They CME Church, under the-
hospital. Both men.live .in Davis Street Police said Da and the USF spending!! re- fied him, Lt. Runyan reported Jail pending a. pre I were assisted by a Detective direction of Carter's Funeral
Deland- vis was highly intoxicated. quests amount to $2,791,689.' liminary. cruiser. Home. .


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.. By ERIC 0. SIMPSON
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-:'\ 7i Dr. Martin Luther Jr. his endorsement to
: Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co. : !#. : King, gave
"Member of Associated Negro Press" ; -. ,.'f--t. Pf'" the Pilgrimage of Prayer for Public Schools. In a letter
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Eric O. Simpson '._...._.__..:.._...- .......... ..- ..u-. .'_____ u Editor ; ......, ;"" +;-.,'- sent from his office in Montgomery, Alabama to nearly

C. Parham Johnson ___.___.___.._._..._:i_._. ....* ._ .__..News Staff IH"l.jn.t".'ll':\'1t. ("t.!.''.. a S ..;".J.:.,\q.'. t: 1000 Virginia clergymen he urged their fullest cooperation

Afcamae Richardson u_.'_..__..._.. __'u__.._. Circulation Depl. i f1. ;'tl; i'Y...::' cr J ..!#" ,_ ':J" '._ with the Pilgrimage. ___ _u____
--- --- --- -- ") ;'. -;"1I.1"f The Pilgrimage, scheduled
MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: with them, Dr. King
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:;; ,} ence
'2323 Moncrief Road ..._....... .....__.__ ._ EL 4-S782 EL 4.6783 ..l..... Jt'i'": ) },t- for Emancipation Day, January .gave his heartiest and most
Downtown Branch Office: 423 Broad St. Phone EL 4-3773 Ffk1 );i.;,. '.I.. 1, in Richmond is a partcf prayerful support to this non-
1- .. '
.. ....t":;: ."... v.r.: .. the growing state-wide op- violent demonstration. He
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Address .
Mailing : '" \to"H ". .. position to "massive resist- aid that were it not for a
Florida
P. O. Box 561. Jacksonville 1. "

.- SUBSCRIPTION RATES ....0'Y..,.. ""'\:.'t';1:. '''o'...',...)......w1...It... ance". With the end of the Alabama long-standing) he would engagement join themin in

One Year. J5.CO: Half 'Year, $3.00: Three Months. $1.80 ..' .-.':..\.:... i'. first semester drawing near, Richmond. He also stated
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Mailed To You. Anywhere In The United States. r r A.....:r"n J' thousands of children are' that Virginians could be as-
Subscription Payable in Adrance. Send Check' or Money Order To .. .. ,..tf't..tt sured that they have the
'
r- 4r; still locked out of their
moral and
FLCHIDA STAR-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE 1. FLORIDAALABAMA'S Jf/J' J't\<'i i support solidarityof
-.. ..I .J _7i (". --I' schools- the entire Southland.In .
i-.t !
.'!iiV;; .\.. New Orleans, La., Mrs-
DEFIANCE OF 'CIVIL :\ v,, t..::1f.i':.." The new semester bringsthe Katie Whickam, Presidentof
'I' n
,,' +,... ,; i threat ,of closure to addi'r' the Beauty; Culturists Lea-
",. gue of America, representingover
tional schools.
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RIGHTS JUSTIFIES NEW LAWS .., ...:1.;>>.1'"i t,..,if"IJ1' 4 This Pilgrimage issued 50,000 beauticians has
\ of a statement to the
Prayer
.
r ..., .; t beauticians and of
________ r1 it : ..t't' iF ]is a religious barbers
f l ( .'w movement by: Virginia. She pledges sup-
ef Alabama officials to submit voting : "' i
refusal
,
The 1T..; JO. ("'J ;''t church and lay port of her organization and
'f ::
records to the Civil Rights Commission is sufficient testi- .. each member to
/ 1'f ( urges cooperate
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.. Aj..I pleaders across
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mony to the nation "to justify enactment of further civil > p' The by publicizing the
rights laws'by the Congress at the session opening on Jan. 7- ). ,J ;f .1".J Virginia-j Pilgrimage> and by attend
1.' 'leaders have
In heir actions can be understood- They have a n.l: J f.f y4.:. t .
a .4.
way ance 1.
T' on January
r I. rJ! stated that it
e smelly scandal under cover and they know that its full ...:t .k4-. h..1. ." 01 I .: I
'r. / is their Christian
revelation would convince the rest of the nation that the ; L' .l -I Rev- Walker, Coordinator
*p1 'I" .J. ... .. .1 r;:: t-
to
states rights doctrine is, instead, a states' wrongs policy. \ .... -r. :.' : .r.re...,:::.:_;:" ., ,(I ford duty the of the Pilgrimage, indicates
We knew it all the time. Negro citizens knew it. Studentsof .. M .i.:. ,. "j. people -'tint: additional contributions
.,. of Virginia:
:;
politics know it. But now Alabama officials themselves for the mobilization of this
have told the world. "ONLY WITH COMPLETE FREEDOM & EQUALITY, 15: tHERE PEACE" Simpson: this opportunity Pilgrimage are needed. He

Ever since the U.S. Supreme Court anti-segregation --'- ---- for the expression of asked that checks be made

ruling of May 17, 1954, the segregationists have based their their deep concern over the :i payable to Pilgrimage for
defiance of that ruling on the grounds that the Court is i* school crisis. ';Public Schools and may be
-- public
not a lawmaking body and that its opinion, therefore, is YOUrWeefkll1 ; :sent to 312 S- Dunlop Street,
not law. Dr. M. L- King, Jr. in his :( Petersburg, Virginia.

This is, of course, nonsense, but the 1957 Civil Rights ,_ :letter to the ministers of
l
Act, under which the. Civil Rights Commission functions, I Horoscc e Guide' Virginia stated in part: "Thisis I I. S .
was enacted by the Congress, it is going to treat Negro -
a time for action in Virginia -
citizens as it pleases. WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR FIGHT BOMBS
The actions of Alabamas attorney general and Gover- No person of color can

nor-elect John Patterson, of Circuit Judge George Wallace BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL afford the luxury of standing WITH

and of the registrars are "so at variance with United States :E-: I idly by with public educationin : BALLOTS

has practice that in the human rights field, at least, Alabama By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER such great jeopardy. Today : . .
already seceded from the Union. I I ,
ARIES' eager to do the necessary,in ( your own unconscious naturein is a day for great men,

1-: Born March 21 thru Apri120You cludnig spending for Christ, the pursuit of your heart's great ideas, great movements, .

4. :" may do very good inas gifts.Your tendency will,, desire.However. ,the conjunc a day of new self-esteem and
I 'work with a large organization be to spend too much for the i lion of Sun and Saturn .on dignity for Negro Americans; 1 >-

Letters toEditor. U.S.MAIL I and find the results home folks. Your children the 20th might lower your a: day for all Virginians of!
: quite profitable. But this may may also be a somewhat heavy I vitality. I
I responsibility, burden.: 8 60 55 58 53 865I good will to speak to our
work
mean a great deal of or IS YOUR
the and money may flow out as 3-30-22-2821-232 millions of disenfranchised :

J fast as it comes in, 'possibly'I I I brothers all over the world-

: because of some advances or VIRGO |I CAPRICORN I Christian democracy is at i NAME

debts which you are' repay- Born Aug. 23 thru Sept. 22 Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19 stake Let us then, pro-

December 15, 1958 ing. On the 20th, Mars begin The financial situation!i' You may have to face in claim Emancipation Day on IN THE
Editor Florida StarP. to move forward again and a I should be good; you may receive -J'I i "our own inner self the psychological I
bonuses dividends January 1, as a day of Prayer
O. Box 561Jacksonville financial turn for the better I or :!: repercussions o f
Florida is possible, perhaps in the I of some sort .from large concerns -;I I what is .. and Sacrifice for the sufferings I BOOK?
nick of time I banks or the Govern- !"rly 0 f haPpenin-partiCU-1 Of all oppressed people.

Dear Mr. Simpson: 2-90-99{ .89-98-298 I ment. But it looks very muchas attitude of your parent, and I The Rev. Wyatt Tee Wal-I
if the would quick
I enjoy reading your paper very much, and I enjoy TAURUS I ty for comfort.money At any rate,!! outside perhaps: of of your family.public-those However, ker, Minister, Gillfield Bap-II

following the progress your people are making in our Born April 21 thru May 20 i you seem somewhat depressed I(I this seems to be onl"- a temporary tist Church, Petersburg, and I

communityThe It could be a very cold now, or you realize the' feeling; a touch of un State Director of CORE, the ,

artcile carrying your by-line on the front page week with plenty of snow or full extent of responsibilities:,[ ceertaintv 0 r ref!r e t- You Congress of Racial Equality,i
of last week's issue of the STAR entitled "A PRE-CHRIST- rain: and you should neither you have assumed. i gem deeply decided to trans- met with Dr. King in Atlantaon iI
i !MAS 45TORY" touched I have little I I 6-40-44-38-42-642 j I I
me very deeply. a boy oyer-eert yourself nor allow form your own life and per- Wednesday. With them
about Dexter's age and I know how Mr. and Mrs. Owens' home repairs or Christmaspreparations haps to a degree uproot it.
I I were Dr. W- L Hamilton and
.must feel.I to wear you out LIBRA You probably are convinced !
think you sumed it up very acurately in your article Try to keep your marriage I Born Sept. 23 thru Oct. 22 ,., of the rightness of your ideal!l Mr. Robert D. Robertson, II I I
when you said "God takes unto his bosum good people partner from over-spending-1 I Now you can love. even;.and though there may bej i I both of Norfolk. In confer-
like Dexter." My only prayer is that if God takes Dexterhe After the 20th a definitely) those whose presence disturbs -|I some rather difficult' awkward -I _

will look down upon his parents and bless them and new trend is likely. Do not;, your neviroment, per- moments wth a few
keep them and give them peace, and give them the strengthto be too active or bossy I haps because they have parties -!I(' friends the process unfolds120111813123 -I LILLY'S DRUG STORE
overcome this tragedy.If 3-30-44--28-43-233 late at night or because
:heir ways of living shock 1907 Kings Road at Spires
the Florida Star will start a fund for Dexter to give I Feel at within I
his parents to help with the of the operation I GEMINI you. peace
expense ,
will gladly contribute. Born May 21 ihru June 10, yourself, and if you shouldbe i AQUARIUS rT'J

f This may mean love and,I forced to stay at home,! Born Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18 N 4 Pharmacists Where Experienced ti t ..j ,
A White Citizen partnershp, or many an see it as an opportunity to, Prepare
op- This could even result in a
-- portunty to enjoy j society,,find deper roots of securityand permanent relationship of Your Prescription According '
in the beliefs to your doctor'sInstructions ,
music
art-and all places of strength t'rt.
I great value and depth of '
hold. It be time _i Using
entertanment, from the theater -I I you can a i r
meaning. It is not marriage '
only the best dV .
for quality -/fI. ,
e1f-renewal--and)
to cocktail
parties and you .
; then it
may refer to becomin -
of course Christina. is near. may enjoy greatly your child I II (| n a partner in a large enter drugs '' ,,, '.'/+.1'...
However, please, do not overindulge I ren, especially with this new!! prise, perhaps related to q
On the 10th and 20th too? at: ourself and for a new: politics or big h'l ones'. A Dr. O. E. IlUck Phannadste Dr. W. J. Oraoun+

you night enjoy yourself a..realization of their I e-pur-I I Journey by air or spa is possible -:- -:- -:-
bit and
indiscreetly and suffer i;pose individuality. I which' would bri.g-uuch
the 5 10 77 12 75
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consequences. These A COMPLETE LINE OF
to you. It may be a trio re :
should not last long, but long SCORPIO !11 feted to Chri;trr.)s, a reunion Cosmetics Rubber Goods -:. Candle .:- SurodrU
enough to mean waste of. with old friends. Avoid a
money, energy, and perhapsat I Born Oct. 23 thru Nor. 22!!Reeling I 0 f depression, FBSSCEIPTJON8, CALLED FOB AND DSLJVEBED

least bruised There may be at first some]|haps in seeing old places per-I

9-40-55-39 CCL-endshiPs.1 old problems to settle with..because of fatigue, or the ill

I your partner or partners,but j'I nes3 of one of your parents.9406679f539t .
CANCER I all should end well after the

Born June 21 thru July 22 16th. Neptune is being well

Within a couple of days aspected, now by Venus, later -
afterward, Venus is quite by the Sun Social or cul- PISCES
well aspected this week and tural groups may make im-
TO ALL JAXONS
Boa FFb !9
Mars sHru March 20 :
turning direct, may stir portant contributions to your .
up everything-your inner happiness. You seem to lave' You r.lit.1t tike a journey,

H attitudes also. Your health your mind divided: ottwen or find new phi1of"'p cal or
should be better and your a desire to splurge or show religious vistas or2clng up- May the remembrance of the birth of the Christ

home a much more interest- cff, and a realization that You
Our tat liberal ing place-perhaps becauseof this is atime for economy. I may also participate in Child bring back the sense of men and nationsto
endags are compounded r- Each account IsInsured the 4 70 68 the activities of an idealisticgroup
S"'m-v alit Christmas spirit (or de -B&478SAGITTARIUS
SazalAnruaCy up to rations!) transforming it. or community, probably cease hatred.
oa SaY- JL?' I '110.000 by tbe Be careful in terms of the
while The nev experiences
driving.
Born HOT. 23 thru Doc. 21
lap In lids Asso g @) Federal Snms
efal'oawhich: la r,r'.... lad Loan Icwr the weather may be cold and There might be some problems and new understanding USE OF ATOMIC AGE FOR PURPOSEFUL

charter mod m. _-. ..e ance Carpact+tlosi streets before hard to navigate to meet ccnccrning you: lave: very rt- ADVANTAGES! ::
just
' partittd: by the au1horbcI by sn 12G221921..l2LEO Christmas work or finances. You may cently gained. And of course

U. 8. GoTeram act el Coo grssa feel somewhat disturbed by all this might be merely re-
the reactions to what has
been happening, but after ferring to the approaching MT. ARARAT BAPTIST CHURCH

Born July 23 thru Aug. 22 the 16th a very good professional Christmas and its activitiesand -II I

You may be forced by circumstances situation-or help the spending involved! I .

or by some olderperson's from one. of your parents or Watch your bank account HOT Dallas GraHnn Pastor
influence, to review or from the Government
and try to evaluate better should:"provide you with new Yet yea may find yourselfthe

what has been :happening to possibilities and new incen recipient of sizeable bon

you .of late. Also, work may tines; You mayvnow get the PCS or gifts- (' .
; r\ r" j
,. hav piled up. But you seem, support of your'group (or of 7 ;-753 ... -

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Licenses I 'r

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Licenses : : LOUISE G. GUINVARD
John W. Bishop, 3524 Fitz- t- :,. 1
gerald St., age 19 and etty J.t' r'1" 2

Dawson, Rt3, Vianna, Ga.,' .
age 19.Gale. I ,.c,.,
M. Collins, 831 W. 16, > :: gave up the local scenery over the"past

. St., age 21 and Gladys Hub-, a csx :'j ": further south we will attempt to bring

bard, 1918 College Circle,age ]" happexmigs in that area.
23. I r : ; .c.
Chas. E. Nicholson, 1464 W, c :3 4.r'.X .1" Brinson, a true FAMUan, has a personal
State S1:. age 29 and Lee E y C.4 2. .1 I events, which I feel that readers of this
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Fann, 1150 Lincoln Ct. age 29 y rx i A ....SYI O I :

David Trammell: 1282 W. now. According to the front page of the
Adams St, age 22 and Hazel '.
Brown, 1292 W Adams St.,' Miami Herald, Texas scored 26 points
age'.24.Frank. : "".'",,: 8. However, just as we know that the An-

Morgan, 1322 W-23 -p I Classic is definitely one of the great

St., age 39 and Emma Holley ,) .,.. we also know that the 136-piece .
1210 W. 10th St., age 32. of the greatest in the counrty-scoring
James Fitch, 1246 W. 4th
seconds.
St., age 48 and Minnie B. i
Goodman, 815 Houston St., MISS URBAN LEAGUE Miss Annette Brown William T. Harper and H. James Greene, coordinaI I I situation for a FAMUan to admit defeat,
age 38.Wm. '' second from left who was crowned "Miss Urban League tors of the schools efforts for the League's campaign are ,the underdogs, and knowing abso
: Cooper, 1417 W. 21st. of 1958 is seen with her attendant and runner-up. Miss shown with Sam Cooke. (extreme right.) nationally I football I know enough that those
St., age 26 and Fiorina Hard Agnes Banks. Mrs- Mary Jones and Mrs. Ethel Spears known entertainer presented the football to the team !
man, 809 Oakley St., age 21. were supervisors for the contest. captains. I''I ( mean Texans for each man on the team
Sylvester E. Burns, 1139 -- point in Texas) ran over us like a rolling

Palmetto St., age 18 and De-;, ISAAC NUNNS FAMILY Nevertheless, our spirits remain undaunted
lores M. Johnson, 811 CourtD i'I TEENAGE CLUB HOLDS MEETING ABOUT PEOPLE I that even a champion has to meet with
Homes 19.
Blodgett j
age
Mrand MrsIsaac Nunn or another to make the victories sweeter.
Roshall Vereen, 1330 WareSt.
., age 26 and Lillian L. 2003 are! at Venus home Street to their, followingtheir friends FOR ELECTION OF OFFICERS Mrs. Mary Francis Phelps'of I' president of the Miami Chapter of the

Sims, 1330 Ware St., age 31. recently. 1350 West 25th Street is was host at a cocktail party given for ,
wedding
Henry Worthey,1359 Franklin ill in the Duval l\fedicall
after the
MrsNunn is -the former game. There's no doubt about
age 22 andDorothy' The Le La Lets Teenage Hunter, Miss Rosalyn Howard Center She is a member of I FAMU time in Miami. and
Altamae Richardson,Co Orange
Miss green
1. Montfort, 1335 E 3rd St., Central
Miss Graceal Rhinelan- the CME Church
Club elected officers recently ,
age 20. |!ordinator of the Circulation in a meeting. der, Mis Yvonne Hicks, and and the Independent Benevolent colors among guests as well as among
Florida : II
of the
: Department various night clubs.
: Star. i Officers elected for the Miss Shirley Benefield Other Society 6.
BREWSTER HOSPITAL girls group are: Miss Gloria committees will be elected I at its peak, reminding us of Ebony's Fa-
NATIONAL HAMPTON Reliford, president; Miss Lin-'j rt the next meeting.A Charlie Jackson is ill in:, relaxed look, the chemise, and slouch hats
AUXILIARY SLATES | I
call meeting will be held I the Veterans Hospital, Lake:
: da'1ialpress vice president
i ;
1 ASSN. SLATES MEET December 21. City. He is the of heads of fashionable ladies, who wore
ITS FIRST MEETINGThe i Miss Barbara Williams secretory :, : secretary i
the deacon as those featured in the .and
i, t ; Miss Theophan Belton,I, board and chairman -: parade ,
first meeting of the The' Jacksonville Chapterof assistant; Miss Brenda John, : of the trustee board inl I and fur-trimmed garments were "THE
Brewster Hospital Auxiliary, the National Hampton financial secretary, Miss Myr- R. B. SUTTON CLUB St. John Baptist Church,I II *

January 25 at8 p. mat Ebe- Alumni Association will hold' na Wilson, chaplain; Miss HOLDS ,LAST MEETI I 1 Orange Park.* : guest of Mr. and Mrs. Williams hollo (she
nezer Methodist Church.The. its next meeting, January 18 Barbara Manigault, business
meting will afford community -;1 The December meeting was l manager1Hss; Maril: y n! I II I Mrs. Ada Dawson is ill in; 'Shannon) of Richmond Heights. We
'held in the home of Mrs-{Clinch Miss I Brewster Hospital. She is a with ;
people an opportunity to j parliamentarian; Club of many interesting persons includ
I I I The R B. Sutton
member of St. John
know more about the work Forestine Don a Ids 0 n. The Geraldine Moment, publicity, I i i Baptist! former Rattler star who came down
,
of the local branch of the Na- club approved a questionaireto I chairman.. j ji j!Mt-its December Olive AME meeting Church recently held-i[I Church of, the Orange deaconess Park, chairman board-, College; Dr. and Mrs. Swain from St. Pet
be sent to all local gradu I
tional Hospital Auxiliary Or- i Officers for the boys group :; of Mrs. Ma- Mrs. Roscoe Webb of Orlando
in the home and president of the Pastor's ; Attorney
ates. Mrs. Rebecca L. Martin
ganization.Mrs. ore: Thomas, Reliford, president (
i Ihomi I Wade 649 Vanburen Aid I'I'I NAACP
,
Board ; Attorney of Miami
Sallye B- Mathis, pre-i, was appointed chairman of, ; Alphonso Glover, vice Street. | Dr. T E. Arrington ;
the committee to distribute ; Cooper; Journalist "Chuck"
t !
sident of the auxiliary report president John Houston sec-
' od the action of the member-,' process and summarize questionnaires -. retary; Julian; White, assist-I|: Mrs. Nina Moody servedas 1 Mrs. Alberta Hudson of' ; James K Satterwhite; Herb Gaines; Mr.
Court H left the city recently White; Mrs- Myrtis P. Dr. Robert
i j King;
ship at the December meet ant; Ernest Wilson business; hostess for the"previous I
I i for Lake City to visit her ; James (Dizzy De.an): Mrs. Mary S.
ing pledging their support in Mrs. Donaldson reportedon manager; Milton White, par-,;, meeting. Devotions were conducted t
I husband Christine
Hudson Mrs.
the Building Expansion program ; the homecoming activities. 'liamentarian. I II I by the president,.Mrs. f, ill in, Henry the whois Graham ; Joseph Cleveland
of the hospital througha The club has planned a joint Members of the committeesare Gertrude Hawkins. Mrs' Annie Veterans Hos- ; Mrs. .Dorothy Dunlap: Mrs-
substantial contribution to activity with the Tuskegee I : Miss Helen Robinson,I Haywood was the visitor: pital. She will spend the ; lovely LaKay (Miss FAMU) Beasley and

be made to the fund in the Institute Chapter here duringthe :Miss Catherine Pittman, Miss and gave brief remarks and holidays there.* I I'Z Dandy: Howard Gregg: Algis Barnett;
early part of 1959. holidays Patricia Brown, Miss Juliette words of appreciation was |I II to mention including our column
MrsGladys of 689 to them all the
Mosley see at classic next ,
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I city recently for Miami Before -I
I : returning home she will:
THANKS "DEL"
,: visit friends in Ft. Lauderdale -! .
i I New Smyrna Beach and *

== Daytona Beach. !,
S : to the foregoing account, we are happy to
I and MrsDeVernon Nicks were in Miami

CLUB NOTES Mr. Nicks' brother, 'Coach William "Billy"
View, and that they were royally enter-
I Miami Beach.

You'll Want One i UNITED EUREKA CLUB I *
Ot IS
c 1' RA lD P I HOLDS LAST MEET :; front, the Les Regalettes met in the beau
The United Eu
IG I Progressive >. LillianDennis on West Twenty-first"
L reka Club held its meeting,
9 fAfAI : recently in the home of Mr. ''
I and Mrs. Howard L. Gaffney charming in her "jingle bell" hostess out
SItE I 1344 \Vest 5th Street. I mostest" on the ball, playing early

by presenting each with a lovely gift- ".
DOUGLAS MOTHERS I
CLUB HAS PROGRAMA I honored to have Mrs. Arlene Fells as 'J
I
Program was sponsored Curtis Taylor as caterer.

HANDSOME I recently -by the. Douglas! -.
2 Mothers Club in the interest''
-TONED 'I
s of the elementary pupils. j i Christmas Season is also approaching ':
I \ CHAIRS>. The contest between the for two our local ladies. : :
teachers of the elementary I
f L. Bolles daughter of Mrs Essie D- Mc- :
x E THICK COMFORTABLE BO grades and the mothers terminated '
k 2 SEATS UPHOLSTERED IN AM i to Mr. Eugene Norton, December' 27.
in Second Baptist Church.

i DECORATIVE 2-TONED A well arranged program : immediately '
I TABLE TOPCHOICE I following the ceremnoY,
has been planned for the, the home of the brld -elect.s uncle Mr-
.t 'y OF COLOR! Christmas Tea of The Royal on Moncrief Road.
Terrace Charity Club on Sunday .I!
5. -;: $ t December 21, at 6:30: .
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in the home '
p.m. of Mrs. AM i
Joyce Reed, daughter of Mr. and :Mrs-
I
1 Frazier, 3223 Gilmore St. I,
: | Sr., and John David Stanton will be ,
I 1. : ,:J ,McGill The president is reminding, Mrs. Esther each I; in Second Baptist Church to be per ;

: morning, December 28, immediately after.'
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member
5 TABLE IS -.;..- to bring his Christ- ; service.
mas Sister and Brother's
'I. '5 gift. '
I o<,r 60" lONG = 'J. Choir 1 of Mt. Olive Primitive i; MIl be 'held at 5:00: pm. Sunday after--;
)
Baptist Church will ren- 582 West Eighth Street. ,,'
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:v der Christmas craols for the I i ; -
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:jTx 36" WIDE I tea.
I .. % i I I
.. (formerly the Cosami Bridge Club) met
,' AVONETTES LADIES CLUB in the home of the president, Mrs. Eliza
.,' 't"1;i'. '!. GIVES HOLIDAY PARTY West Eighth Street.
\ The Avonettes Ladies Club I I .
: sponsored Christmas Party M. Roberts, a recent addition to the club,

PLAT.- recently in the home of Mrs. prize winners- .
I I ALL CHROME TRIPLE \ Emma Watkins, 1362 West *

S I 1 .EXTRA WIDE APRON! ON TAIL 3v 25th Street.
4 MrsZue Higgins and the Bridge Club met recently at the'1 1
. .* DELUXE,. WELT TRIM ON SEATS & BAThe representatives entertained Country Club with Mrs. J.:. A. Belle ",
the group. for the evening. ,

Good & Bad WarehouseCORNER COFFEE SIP SLATED given,for'Miss Emma Holley, who will
I FOR SOCIETY NO. 125 with Frank Morgan, December 20-(

,A Coffee Sip will be held for the evening were Mrs. Fannie Bellamy.!
GEORGIA & BEAVER Saturday, December 20th in Bryant- ;' 'i' .:

Just, West of Mathews Bridge McKeever the home,of 1217 Mrs.Tyler Lizzie Streetat B bers present were 'Miss J. D- Wright, Miss .

.:- Easy lo: Park ,-:- Easy to Shop' .:-.Easy to Buy I ie 4 p.m. fro the benefit of .Mis Luvenja Quarterman,'Mra: ::Tlielma j
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the Lilly White Society No. Frankie Summers. Guest present.was.
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I: EAST FLORIDA CONFERENCE GIVES RESOLUTION/ I




r NEW BETHEL USHER CLUB TO SPONSOR
11TH EPISCOPAL DISTRICT I'
BOARD HOLDS MEET |I'CHRISTMAS' TEA SUN.

SLATES GENERAL CONFERENCE C fir, Usher Board No. 2 of New II I'I '

_ ___ Bethel AME Church will I DISTRICT 21 WILL
i; meet in the home of Mrs- HAVE ANNIVERSARY
A resolution to establish and set up a connectional
Francis Parker 1767 Broad
of public relations in the AME Church has beerf
department J YT Street, December 21- George Walker will be the
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the East Florida Conference AME Church. way
endorsed by I 4. speaker when District 21 of

The will be set The previous meeting was Second Church celebrates
department Y Baptist
UNION BAPTIST r- t Zr7 I held in the home of Mrs.
up at the general conference .. # Christine Newsome with the,i its anniversary Sunday -
which will be held in May HAS ANNIVERSARY
in the homeof
president Arthur Mitchell at 4 pm
_
1060! in Los Angeles, California. -
4 I
; presiding. A program was :Mrs. Pauline Bradley, 1016
The 39th anniversary of .presented by Willie M. Jones. West Duval Street.
The conference named and Union Baptist Church was Appearing on the program
endorsed Dr. C S. Williams, celebrated this week beginning I were Arthur Mitchell, Mrs.C Others to appear are Mrs.
director of public relationsof Monday night with Rev. Y, wI Newson, and Mrs. Janie Alice Griffin and E. Boat-

the 11th Episcopal District, W A- Mack and congreation (Robinson. A repast was wright. Curtis Smith serve
to become the first person cof Greater New Jerusalem y j I served at the close of the as deacon of the district nad
elected connectional director Baptist Church in charge meeting. RevJ- C- Sams is pastor.
of public relations for theAME --
Church in general. Other ministers and con- I
gregations participating in W a s t I
Tributes were paid to Dr. the anniversary were: Rev.H

Williams by Dr. B. J Nolan, H. Wright of First Baptist ,. .' ..: M I YES! YOU CAN BUYI_
editor of the Southwestern Beach .
Church Jacksonville "
Christian Recorder, Nashville. Rev. W. Mitchell of Little t ; x z; .v"J:: .(jA' .> ), ,;,. : ij. 1 CHRISTMAS GIFTS I Ii

Tenn., in his address. Rock Baptist Church. Rev. L ,i '{..,:;:_;.. #::_.:>,..>,.). ,::, ..> : ;"1...... .- r
McQueen of Royal Tabernacle ON I'ii
According to Dr. Williams Church Rev. T. GOSPEL CHORUS PRESENTS TEA-The Gospel Chorus of Ml. Olive Primitive t, : !
Baptist ,
plans are being perfected to E. Olds of Second Bethel Baptist Church presented a Musical Tea last Sunday. Members of the group seen W j l Eazy-To-Pay Terms tt"W
begin an active campaign.The Baptist Church arid Rev. J.I from left are: Mrs. Daisy Seas. Mrs. Lucinda: Harvey. Mrs. Arline Vance Rev. J. M' I !

eighth and final con L. Davis'of Mt. Canaan Baptist Dixon pastor.. Mrs- Amy Smith -Charlie.. ,,-- Leon-..and Mrs.-Lucille eonL 'IW
-
ference of the East Florida Church. DEDICATION*SERVICES .
I I !
Conference was closed by I I HELD'AT ST. JAMES I CHURCH NOTES
BISHOP GREENE i NO MONEY DOWN !
Bishop S L. Greene, presid- EASTERN STAR DAY I
ing elder of the llth Episco- I !
District, recently in the SET AT DAY SPRING QUINCYDedication services -, DEACONESS BOARD THE TIME TO BUY IS NOW -
gal will be conducted by TO
Paul AME Church, the LIST! TRANSFERS,I Rev. F. H.;'Ashe, pastor of St I OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY I f "Everybody Wants A Watch" B
Rev. C. E. Toston National Eastern Star 1
pastor. Day
Announcements of trans- will be observed, December ..-I James AME Church, Sundayn I -" '-' ... Ii I-
Church: The deaconesses .
: the Palace AME city-wide .
fers and 21 in the t ("i..J ,.... .- .
appointments
.
were Day Spring Baptist \ ..,
.at 3 p mp with Choir 1 and I boards 1 and 2 of Tabernacle I t::: ::'''' v I
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made by Bishop S- L. Greene. Church by hte Order of East. ST. AUGUSTINE- BishopS Usher Board 2 serving. j Baptist Church will observe << :; :,i

ern Star of Duval and ad- L. Greene, presiding elderof i i r' Services Sunday will begin I their anniversary Sunday at I u '\ f r. I 14
jacent counties, working un- "
the 11th Episcopal District -, with Sunday School at 9:30a. 3 p. m. in the church auditorium -I I '
ANNIVERSARY SET der the protection of the /l
I with Thomas Williamsin I
announced the transfers m-
I .
Union
Most
Worshipful
AT J Activities for the week in-j|if ,.,
FIRST BAPTIST I charge followed with theI .
Grand Lodge, F. and A. M. and appointments at the close eluded: Rehearsal for Choir s D I
of Florida. '< w of the 8th I mroning worship beginning I u .w
and
j:a j final confer- 4 Male
1 and on Tuesday night, '
at 11 with Choir 1>
The I a m _
Rev. F.7th D.anniversary Davis, pastor of the of A program has been ar ence of the East Florida Con-'I Usher oard 1 serving. I Chorus rehearsal at 6 p. m- I W! 4 > 0 1

First Baptis tChurch will ter ranged. for the occasion. The ference last Sunday in St. Stewardess Board 1 will Teachers meeting at 7:15: p- i L

minate, December 15. Rev. C. A. Weaver, pastor I Paul AM.E.:! Church. meet Sunday at 4 p.m.in the I. m. On Tuesday evening, the B
.. Little Choir held its rehearsal ,
at Day Spring will deliver home of Mrs. Adline Sneed. I Bulova. & Elgins $29.75 and
I Transfers : Rev. ID at 5 m.GRANT i up II
The following ministers the sermon for the affair. are The Christmas program will, p. iI
participated in the obser- The Johnson Sisters will Hinson, former pastor of the I be held December 28 at I Hamilton $39.75 Grune $29.75 and up Ii

vance, the Rev. A. Jackson, the and' Grant Memorial C h u r c h'l i 6:30: pm- MEMORIAL i Longines $71.50 and up Wittnauer $29.75 up li
on CHOIRS CONDUCT
I
program
Rev. H. Hall, Rev. E. H. Howell appear .
the Installation ceremonieswill Jacksonville, to St. Mark JOINT MEETA I
Rev. W. S. Peoples,Rev be conducted by the District -AME Church, Orlando; Rev. joint meeting will be it ti,5r DIAMOND .

J.H.Coleman.Patterson, and Rev., L. Deputy Mrs.. Annie L. .G. M. Champion, White I! MRS. R.COHEN held by Choir No. 2 and 3 of I I
.Fleming. Springs; Rev. L- Holmes to PLANSPROGRAM Grant Memorial AME church j'I 1i ?'WEDDING SETS ;
Fellowship services will be Okeechobee Rev. R. H. Mob- December 21 at 5 min I,
p- i
observed, December. 14'', The program will begin at ley to St. Paul in Leesburg, I the home of Mr. and Mrs.! SPARKLING STONES !
throughout the day. Holy 2:30:. p.m. Rev. W- M. Robinson, presiding A program will be rendered George Adams, 2105 Payne' i IN ULTRA-MODERN .
communion will be admin- elder, South Ocala District -i I by Mrs. Rosetta Cohen, Street. SETTINGSS:
istered also. (j ; Rev. R. L Murrell,i i December 21 at 3 p. mat the II it 50 !;

On December 15, the Rev. When an athlete can take .Macedonia, Fernandina Bch.; Mt. Zion Church of God in $62
J. N. Williams, moderator of the applause of the crowd. Rev. J. T. McMillan, former.'Unity No. 2. ST. JAMES CHURCH Ohy I:
the ministers and Deacon the congratulations from his t presiding elder of Daytona I I Some of the participants HOLDS CONFERENCE I J;

Union of the Gateway Baptist teammates, the praise from II Beach District, to Grant Memorial -i i to appear are Mrs. Camilla
Association will be m his coaches, the esteem of op I AME Church, Jacksonville -'Saunders, Victory Gospel ____The St. James AME Church
charge of the closing services. posing players and still keep i I Singers, Mrs. Julia Robnison will hold Us first quarterly t tw
the Willing Workers Spiritual conference. December 21 at
Each minister was accom-, his head, he has what it
panied by their choirs and takes to make him a real representative -1 I Appointments are: West Singers, Robert Williams, 11 a- m T gi
ushers of all mankind, Jacksonville District; Rev. A.I Church of God Chorus,Frank __T h e first church conference !
I P. Postelle, presiding elder;] Butler, Mrs. Alice Boston, will be held January 5 fr
Rev. C. Hooks, Green Cove I. the Red Rose Gospel Singersand at 8 p- m.. with the Rev. E. W N r !

.r and St. John, Tallahassee; others. L. O'Neal, pastor in charge...
/ / Rev.[ S. A- Andrews, Allen MrsJulia Neal will be the MINISTERS ALLIANCE iW -. w
Chapel Rev. W- :M. Campbell, mistress of- ceremonies for CALLS SPECIAL MEETING

i Bethel, Callahan; Rev. R. J. the event with Mother N. The AME Ministers Alliance t'I
Blaine, St. Paul; Rev. S- E. Hodges as-sponsor.: will hold a special 11

Felder, Baldwin; Rev. AR- The general public have meeting, December 21 at li SILVER PLATE SPECIAL "HARVELLA" PEARLS

Richardson, Mt. Moriah Rev. been invited to atend the program a.m. in the st. Stephen AME 28 Pieces by a Famous The lorliest Pearls Made
A. M_ Scott, St._Matthew; Church, Fifth Street at Davis I{ By Man. Double Strand00 .
Kev. N. McCray, Lewis Me- Street. C9S" Maker. Complete $ 00

tstrapexciting 0 New morial Bethel.; and Rev. F. J. Jones, MINISTERS WIVES I u with. GUI Chest OnlyI 6

HOLD' YULETIDE
South Jacksonville District: : REV. R. E. LAMBANNOUNCES
Rev. W. R. Akery;, presiding MEETING: MEETING li xsia zssicrsararacssssrsxc

> elder; Rev. D. W. Welcome, ; | YOURS FREE -- l
New St- James Rev. L. T. The Baptist Ministers
; 7 Piece Milk White Chin Set
Rev. R. Lamb 5
Torrence, Roberts Mt. Pisgah Wives Alliance will hold their presiding
new style Rev. T. E. Shehee, Union; an n u a I 'Chrlstmas meeting, elder of the North Jackson- II Valued at $735 = One 72-oz Pitcher
e Community; Rev. W. FFos-December 22 at 5 p.m.in the ville District, AME Church, I B
jj; and Six 9-oz Tumblers With Any Purchase ]
I
has called council
with traditionallyfine ter, Mt. Zion; Rev. F- W. home of the Rev. and Mrs.W a meetingto
Jones Fountain Chapel; Rev. L. Jones, 1763 West 9th St- be held, December 22 in II of $14.50 or Over! |
A. A Christmas has Grant Memorial AME
fit D. Harris, Mt. Zion program x s-mc snx sszais i s > BaKUcna
i
Southside. been arranged for .the meet.. Church, Clay and Orange I
ing with Mrs. N- J. Green Streets. >>
$7.50 to $&50 North Jacksonville District: i serving as mistress of ceremonies The Rev. E. !, Oneal will
Rev. R. E- Lamb, presiding i for the occasion. Devotion -deliver the sermon with a I Star Jewelers
elder; Rev. R. A. King, Payne will be led by Mrs- choir of the church serving.The .
Chapel; Rev. J. S. Johnson, Edna Gordon and Mrs. W. C ,general public have I
: St. Stephen Rev. E. L. Oneal, Whitten will conduct the Bible -been invited to attend the g 328 MAIN STREET -:- EL 3-9183 I

St. James; Rev J. W. Young, lessonThe president, meeting. gsp rags:: :: rsrii ) 3::ss > JSIJSJ
Mother Midway.St. Mrs H. Robinson will deliver ,.

Augustine District: Rev. the Christmas message-
A. J. Dayley, presiding elder Greeting from visitors, Mrs.B. .
; Williams Mrs. L Lewis
all ,
pastors returned to their
sta tions. reporter.

Rev. John L. Wallace was GOSPEL SINGERS
transferred from the Central] PRESENT
Red Leather' Conference, and appointed PROGRAMThe
Black Patent presiding elder of the Day-
IjnedupUTSEY'S' tona Beach District
Calf .... Celestian Gospel Sing SHOP AND SAVEAT
ers will present a program, ..
December 21 at the African YOUR NEARESTDAYLIGHTI
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; ST. THOMAS CHURCH Universal Church, First and .r

CALLS REV. COLEMANRev. Milnor Streets.

L. J. Coleman has. The program is being sponsored STORE :
JACKSONVILLE'S EXCLUSIVE DEALER been called to pastor the St| by Mrs. Emma Fra-
Thomas Baptist Church in'zier. i
BROWN SHOES
FOR IitTS'PEASTORES Southside. Rev. Coleman delivered -I EVERY DAY LOW PRICES -
FOUR CONVENIENTLY LOCATED TO SERVE YOU the morning message TALLAHASSEE Tiny

last Sunday, followed by Rev I Lee Royster of Williamsburg BE SURE TO VISIT OUR NEW STORE AT _: ;
ail Hogan Sir* i OPEN TEL NIGHT TTL 9Paeea A. B. Coleman, pastor of Shiloh -Virginia is the smallest quarterback .. 2Ut & MONCRIEF )1-} ':
Shopping C.nt.'' OPEN FRL SAT. SIGHTS TIL SM73 Baptist Church delivering in the history of the : ,
the communion Florida A & M 1:.. .. PlsatTd Parking Spac* ., :..>..
,. $d. Johns ATWM 1S/a.san Mnca: BonSr rd sermon at 3 University y'."" ,", ... _
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i Week Ending Satusday, December 13 1958 'THE FLORIDA. STAR -
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SPECIAL' PROGRAM ing the city's bus seating law SEN. CHARLIE JOHNSI YOUTH GROUP GIVES that minimum speed limitsbe

: DEATHS HONORS 'PASTOR MINISTER URGES!and sentenced 90 days in'I I I GROUP IS MARKINGI RECOMMENDATIONSTALLAHASSEE set.

jail and a $100 fine. He has' TALLAHASSEE Sen. I That a strengthened program
I
filed an 'appeal. Twelve other Charley E Johns admitted Governor of guidance counseling
.-,. Rev- J. S. Johnson, pastor. WLETOKEEBUP.BUS person: also were con-Ip I(Wednesday the legislature in Collins complimentedFlorida's I be set up for the schools; that
:MRS. ADA DAWSON-Rt. 1 of St. Stephen AME Church victed and received suspended vestigation committee is'' every effort be made to separate -
Box 768 Orange Park died'',was honored with a special sentences. marking time until the Florida Youth Advisory on I junior and senior high
t recently in Brewster hospital I'program recently in the BOYCOTT Court rules the "soundness of their report -schools; that more foreign
I Supreme
member of The Rev. J- L Ware was submitted to him and
She was a church auditorium. The Rev.
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be and that
languages taught
Si- John Baptist Church the|:I L. W- Howard assistant pastor -I I ,,'one of the first to announce*!whether membership it lists can and subpoena financial -:the State Cabinet recently.Recommendations I II 'efforts be made to reward the
I
;. Rev. Eddie Burroughs presided. BIRMINGHAM, Ala.-The plans for attack-the law, but I records of organizations I I from the more competent teachers and
f Pas-I I Appearing on program Rev- F. L. Shuttlesworth, defied 'I he said he did notpreach on! it Council were: "We as young weed out the incompetentones
is probing.
tor.Funreal services will be were: Rev. S. E- Felder, Rev.I.I police warnings last Sunday segregation. Hesaid"We'renot j The court has pending before -I I people feel that whether in- -
' 21 2 1' Elizabeth to j just interested in the tegration segregation occurs -
x held. December at pjn J_ B. Epperson, Mrs. -I, and urged his people I I it a challenge by Miami or
( In the St. John Baptist'' Meuse, Miss Carmen At i continue to boycott buses. The big thing we're,NAACP leaders to the I it is our duty to uphold
Church. Orange Park I'kins, Rev. Leonard Morse)'gated Birmingham segre-I interested in is that-we do the committee to demand rightof I I the basis principles of duty.
: Survivors' include her hus- James Genwright, W D-! The minister told his congregation -i not have to clear our sermons and financial We trust that God will guide
l 3: and Will Dawson; daughter Sweet, ',W. B. Stewart, Mrs.| : "You sin when with the officials" 1 membership re1 our nation and the most important
cords of the
Mrs. Neloniine Pitiman,, Cora Williams, MrsNettie you yield to the bus ,com- The ministers said their an tion. Negro organiza- thing is that we do We Repair
,i
sons. David Leosley, Gar- Durham, Reverends J. pany's sin of segregation. I ti-segregation sermons were I our best to keep our nation Oil
C.I Stores and
Healers
I lesta; brothers Charlie Jackson Sams, Robert Wilson, C. call upon you to use passive planned to protest the N av." New Attack Made united."
'I 3 and Bennie Jackson and Weaver, H. H. Robinson, and :resistance to defeat this evil. 25 arrest of another Negro Although the court in an be We Repair and Clean
I other relatives Arthur C. Madry. I I He was one of 20 ministers pastor, the Rev. Calvin W-,!'earlier lawsuit had ruled the denied That the right to vote because I' Electric Irons and ToastersVenetian
18-year-olds
WHS- ANNIE B. CORBIN .Remarks were given by who said they would use Woods, on charges of urginga 'i committee had the authority of their immaturity and the -aI.o-
'I 2836 Saturn Street died on Rev. Johnson after which refreshments their Sunday sermons to denounce boycott violation of state! to demand such information, likelihood Blinds
o f psychological
December 12.Survivors bus law. the attack Cleaned and RepairedWESTS
were. served. Birmingham's new on the com- created if the
problems being
II are: brothers segregation law. There were mittee's authority was made
should be
voting dropped IDE
Robert and George Brown, evidences however,that mostof I after the U. S. Supreme below the age 21-
present
and Calvin Coley; sister ROSE BUD CIRCLE them used some variationof TALLAHASSEE Did yo tI i Court had ruled Alabama au-I REPAIR SHOP
Mrs. Minnie English, and, the topic. (know that Althea Gibson i!I.;thorities could not properly| That a program of reexamination 5ih SL EL 6-5877
other .relatives- [PRESENTS PROGRAM The dynamic minister was ,a graduate of Florida A & MI[ demand similiar data from' of automobile L 1471 W.
Funeral services will be I recently convicted of violat-I University? (the NAACP. 'drivers be inaugurated and
The Rose Bud Garden Cir- ; ..
announced later.
I cle held its meeting recently\,ff s ss s
s s t i in the home of Mr. and Mrs. .

ADAMS Funeral servicesare David Morris, 1440 West 21st 12 HOUR SALE Sa'turdaY-FROM 9A.M. to 9P.M.
I
being arranged by HU1- Street, with Mrs. A- L. Carti i -.
I wright, Mrs. L. Dena Mc-
man-Pratt Funeral Home for
Clellan and Mrs. Ella Watts
j .
Arthur Adams of 741
Kings Road who died December serving as co-hostesses- S.
A presented ;
program was
14 following a lengthy
with Mrs. Dena McClellan j
illness.
musician. Mrs. B. :
serving as i
:Mr. Adams is survived by M
P Pugh, president presidedover
his wife, Mrs. Mamie Adams the meeting. : .
sisters, Mrs. Ida Mae Brown,
The previous meeting was j
Mrs. Thomas brothers
Gladys ; -. held in the home of Mrs. : II
Ed Jackson, Fred Jackson Annie Bell Lee. '
other relatives-

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REGULAR MEETING HELD
HOLMES Funeral ser- FOR BREWSTER MOTHERSMrs
vices were held in Whitting- I
ton's Funeral Home for Mrs.
W. R. Davis Mrs. O.
Maude Alvarez Holmes of Now Our 12 HOUR SALE! Bargains Galore on Odd PIeces. Damaged Merchandise 'MfL
M. Hills, Mrs. E. Burden and You can play Santa to yourself by Saving During
1339 McConihe Street who Mrs. Higgins served as co- 1-of-a-kind Items. Floor Samples. Repossessed and Trade-in Furniture. ALL TO GO REGARDLESS OF PRICE! Terrific Saving for It.

several died following months.an illness of regular meeting. 12 BIG HOURSI! Sorry! No Phone or Mail Orders! ALL SALES FINAL!

She is survived by her son, Present were: Mrs. J. Jackson -

Thaddeus Alvarez, Sr., aunt,I, Mr- and Mrs. W. R. Davis YOU' DON'T NEED CAS
Mrs. Ruth Barrett; daughter Mrs. L. Wells, Mrs. A-
in-law, Mrs. Elizabeth Alvarez Watson. Mrs V. Robinson,

grandchildren, Mrs. Mrs. B. Higgins, Mrs- E- R. '
Alice Barnes, Thaddeus and, Freeman, A. Young, Mrs. F- :___ __.___.l I
Miss Margie P- Alvarez,, Sykes, Mr. and Mrs. E- Jackson r 2-Piece LIVING ROOM BUYS8Po 2-Piece .
Suites +
other relatives. Mrs. A. D. Wells, Mrs. E. Sofa Bed Suites' : Living Room
,
i i Lawton Mrs. C. ,Carter. Mrs. } Blackstone I
Formerly $5995
DEMPS Funeral serVicesfor G. Hunt. and Mrs D.: An- $1295$4ss I It
Formerly Plastic Covered Lore Seat Formerly $119.95 $795 Mft
Miss Thomasina Dempsof drews. ;t! $1995 5 I!
1424 West 27th Street were 511395- Formerly $89-95 9!

held Friday in the funeral REGULAR MEETING i 3-Cushion Sofa _. !i 'M
chapel. SCHEDULED FOR CLUB ;I.

Miss Demps is survived by Reports from the Fall Festi 4 Formerly $179.95 '3495
two aunts, Mrs. Rosalie B- val will be made by Mrs. E. Zt. Rose Frieze 2PcSofabed Suite

Morgan and Mrs. Eliza Booker M. Richardson,' president of ft Mah' Duncan Phyfe Formerly $995 Wmught-Ima 8 2-Pc. Sectional I 'M
; uncle Rev. D. W. Demps the Band Parents Club of Dining Room Suite Upholstered Occasional Chair 3"
New Stanton School and Mrs.
cousin, Mrs. Viola Reynoldsand .
other relatives Howard Johnson, chairmanof ft Formerly $119.95 2Pc. 9S
I $9
C t the program committee Formerly $6 99' 5 Wrought-Iron Sofabed. SuiteFormerly -- $44. ;Formerly 99.95- I
when the regular $279.95
I WILLIS Funeral servicesare meetingof ass f Mft
being arranged for Otis the club will be held on ..."',. :-' $4945Swivel
Willis of 1125 Lee Street. December 17 in the Band '. -- Rocker Chair -- I
Mr. Willis is survived by Room at 8 p.m. 51. "i' Formerly $199-95 Foam Rubber 2-Pc- $12888' Mff

his sister, Mrs. Susie A. Car- 2Pc. Sectional Sofa. T-cush lek new.
ter, brothers, Reverue and Betwen 1948 and 1957, the Mattress & Box Springs
Buddy Willis; nieces, Mrs. Department o f Agriculturefinds Odd Sofa Beds c ,
Rutha M. Higgins, Mrs. Ma expenditures for food DINETTE SPECIALSFormerly

mie Green Mrs. Mamie Lou per person rose 18 per cent. p Values to FullSObTwiD.$2995ft
Randell, Mrs- Lillie M. Hall, By way of comparison, per $69.95-_ $395 $89.95 7-Pc. Chrome M
and Mrs. E u I a M. Austin; capita disposable income in- Extension Dinette Set S4995 Values to $7995OlllBiHBBlSSSHillSMHiHBBHi
nephews Joseph Higgins, creased more than twice as up
Willie J. Higgins, Herman much -* 38 per cent in the ... Formerly $7945 5-Piece Chrome Ext. $' BBBEBVH HMWM Mi 'M
Hall and other relatives. same period. Dinette. Set. 1 Arm and 3 Side Chain )995 at
Prior Salel [
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IN LOVING MEMORY: OF MY WIFE S'PECIAL'S. APPLIANCE BUYS I
BEbROOM
MRS. MARIETTA BROWN 2-Pc. Bedroom

"' :' One year has passed since you ,left us, dear $9995'Sahara Blond Double Formerly $249.95 Crosby
And took with you its bliss ? Formerly Blond 'S44' S5 $39 Dresser Base Electric FamUySizo Irt 9995
Its, warmeth and laughter,. hope and cheer Plastic Top Double Dresser base Bookcase Bed Range
Have all become a ,mist. and Bookcase Bed Formerly $99.95_

We miss you, oh so much, dear Formerly $79.95 Modern Double Formerly $159-95 Easy 119"' ,
Washer,
Your loving care your gentle touch ft Dresser Base With Plastic Top $2'995 Wringer good-

Your smile voice sigh and tears Philco .
your your Formerly $99.95 $ 95 Formerly $119.95
Have all been missed much. .8995Maple
so
Bunk Bed tend Springs 59 MODERN 4-DRAWER Refrigerator

May the Angels watch over you, dear Formerly $199-95 Charcoal: 4-PIece Blond Chest Formerly $239-95 '
12995Westiaghneas
Until we meet once more S12995 Automatic Mft
Bedroom.
To join in the throng of happy cheer Twin 5 Laundromat. De LuxeEXTRA _
On that eternal shore. 2 Twin r
SPECIAL! S 00 Mit
Values to $ ..9 '
Marshall L. Brown, Sr. Husband Baby Baihlnette
Marshall L. Brown, Jr. Son Twin or Full j Mft

.A host of cousins: and friends Formerly $ Formerly $199-95 3995

Tan or- Blonde Includes: Double dresser $9995 Firestone Refrigerator -

Tell mirror chest. bookcase bed Sealy Hollywood Set Formerly $239.95 Mahogany $>7A95 F

\ D. Formerly $129.95 Modern 3-Po Suite $ Formerly 21" Console: Telerlsion 'M

,double dresser minor bookcase bed- 5995 $ 95ans.ss- I. Values to $39.95 Odd Lot of $095
CHRISTMAS PROGRAM 'Z Headboard ID '
Table Lamps Floor samples 'MfI
f Formerly $129.95) Mah. Twin Size $399S Mattress Box ;

Kindergarten Department of Poster Bed Imp mattress, springs Spring and Legs Reg. $49-95 $H95
; complete Odd. Large Mah. Buffet 11 "
i CUMMINGS NURSERY SCHOOL $39-95: $ .. .
ft Formerly $49. 5 Folding Ping Pong $
a JJ Drop Side Crib and Mattress 995 Hundreds of Other at Teriific Table complete with 4 pad 19sOil Utf.
} Will Hold Their : Bargain Prices -, Shop Early dies, net and balls _
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Christmas Program; Monday Night, Dee. 22, r

7:30 P.M. at the School 1359 W. 19th St Hollywood l Heelers a

51.Headboard.. ODD _
Values fo $169.95
PATRONS and FRIENDS ARE INVITED Your 5c
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UNIVERSITY (CHEROKEE DIVISION i DUVAL SECRETARIES
GEORGIA REFUSES
1[I TO GIVE BANQUET RIGHTS SAFE CONDUCT. MEETINGSThe

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TO ADMIT THREE NEGROES The Annual Scouters Ban-j
I I FOR SLAYER Duval County Secretaries -
quet of the Cherokee Division -
I held its meeting recently -
y North Florida Council
ATLANTA It was admitted by an official of Georgia i I i Boy Scouts of America, will "x ; Y COLLINS SAYSTALLAHASSEE : School at with Susie:Mrs.Helen E. Tolbert
that most of the
University strict entrance requirements Ih held January 22 in the lp '
I i hostess.
Evans
!!
in the system were imposed after a Negro attempted to j cafetorium of Matthew W- enroll in the _University: of Georgia. I Gilbert High School at 7:30p. p+ I A round table discussion
L. R. Siebert, executive The Na-||was led by Mrs. Rachel :Mal-
m. i
secretary of the State Boardof I Negroes were refused admission -!t The banquet is an annual I r | ional Association for the Advancement -I i lory followed by MrsA..

Regents, testimony came because they did not affair given in recognition of of Colored Peoplewas Riley and Mrs. Argrett--
during the first day of trial comply with entry requirements -I(I Cub and Scout Leaders who: informed bv Gov. Leroy The group also held a

in the case of three Negroes I 1 I I lead the Scouting Program I s ? t r cCITED Collins last Thursday that meeting at Isaiah Blocker
seeking t ogain admission to I I The plaintiffs are: Barbara here I the state will fully protectthe Junior High School and Mrs.

the Georgia State College of I Hunt, Iris Welch and Myra j I The Cherokee Division, t. rights of Frank Peterson Lillian Taylor, bookkeeper-
Business Administration in Dinsmore. charged with doublemurderbut
: -K "''''' treasurer of Matthew Gilbert
Atlanta. I It has been said that under North Florida Council is under ------- --- that he will not be "pam_ School Was the speaker.
FOR 55 YEARS SERVICE IN EDUCATION- Mrs
i Georgia Law, public schools the leadership of L. ,M pered: or favored because of
Siebert asked if cited for her 55 of service in the
was recent E. P. Jones (r) was years his "
:,or state colleges that admit Argrett, chairman; JH- Steely race. YOUTH IS SLAIN
regulations about admissionwere field of education during a program held in connection
not drawn up after aj i i I:both Negro and white pupil vice chairman, J- F. Patt-, with National Education Week at Florida A & M Univer-1 The Governor said Peterson -: BY STRAY BULLET
would have all
Negro, Horace Ward, tried to I(withdrawn. state funds 'erson, vice chairman; G. A.fackey. sity last week. Making the presentation is Mrs. Beaulah who had admitted the
into the district commissioner education Florida A'brutal murder of a white
get University of I Young, a senior elementary major at
Georgia law school in 1950, ; ; L. R- Aarons field com- '& :M. The program was sponsored by the student NEA! Holmes County farmer and QUINCY-A 15-year old
and he finally admitted this TALLAHASSEE Plansare missioner, and M- L Rudd,. and the school of education at A & M. (A & M Staff photo I his 2-year-old daughter will boy was killed last Sundayby

was true. The Negroes con-,:for being made to prepare field scout executive. by Horace Jones J rJ) be permitted to see and talk, a stray bullet that was intended
a mammoth celebration tI I
tended in the non-jury trial I with counsel and friends assisting for another man,
recently that 'I i of the founding of Florida I with his defense. i Chief Deputy Sheriff, Robert
they bar-
were :tI CHRISTMAS CONCERT I i
red from the institution solely .I|A&M University in 1887- The MAN IS SENTENCEDFOR' |:STANTON GLEE "Whom he sees and where :Martin said. *
occasion I
of the I
because of their race. I' 75th Anni- ATTEMPT RAPE I PLANNED BY CHOIR and when will depend upon I James Robinson was killed
of the I
institution .
will
The versary his} own desires and the normal -'I at the Rock and Roll Inn
defending Board of be
Regents argued that the I I commemorated by the :JGLlffi PRESENTSTHE HASTINGS-The Bethune rules and procedures near Quincy .w hen Lewis
publishing of the I
a history
WEST PALM BEACH ,
conferences of this
-
------ i ; Cookman College Inter-col.i governing Beckwich of Bristol took a
production of a play, and the Alvin Drake, 23, was sentenced I ''sort and not what
: Iegiate Choir will be presented upon any; shot at another man with
Enroll Now in the participation in a series of to 15 years In the state,i i MESSIAHI i in a special Christmas 1 special interest organization : whom he had an altercation

South's Finest College outstanding events. penitentiary fifteen hours concert at the W. E. Harris 1 leader may desire," Collins: previously Martin said.
after he attempted to rape a'' at 3 m.t said.I i
Sunday
i I High on p. t I Martin said Beckwich wentto
FLORIDA BARBER I For More Beautiful white woman MacMillan Criminal Court i I The Messiah will be presented sponsored by the Quarter- Collins made the assertionin the dance to get revenge
Judge Hugh ,pass back club of the school. I who involvedin
on a man was
COLLEGE Hair ed the sentence after Alvin' by the Glee Club of i reply to a telegram from
BRANCH ,
Use THELMA'S Products confesed to the crime, commended -''. New Stanton Senior High, The choir consists of singers -I NAACP field secretary Robert a fight with his brother

630( Davis SI. at Beaver Sold in Seller's, Sax Meat Delray Beach offi-:. School in the school auditorium representing approximately ( Saunders of Tampa ask-, the night before The bullet
December 24 beginning every major departmentof ing the governor's permission '!went astray and hit young
Phone: EL 5.9874 Daylight & Drug StoresNow'a I cers the for case.their quick solutionof I I', at 4 p.m- : the college and nine statesof i, to interview: Peterson before I Robinson killing him instantly.
with the' music
the union .
--I' The white woman took her, On December 8, "Barbara; the I he is brought to trial in Bini-,
:department contributing fay for the double-murder. j Beckwich was arrested
colored maid home into the Yvonnie Thomas Day", was: i i i
number of members
neighborhood where Drake'observed by the school fami'ly -,) majority ;i Saunders said "In a case of I, near Bristol and is being
in honor of a student by D.Demps servesas i this nature, something other.held without bond on a murder
I lived. D r a k e told officers conductor of the choirwith I
t when the woman left her car{I the same name, who graduated I' Dorothy Hooks and i'than a court-assigned lawyer I charge.
for a moment, he concealed from the school in 1956 I ushould be done to guarantee.,
Daniel Rodriquez serving asaccompanists. '
The Time To Order High Quality himself on the floor behind'and recently lost all hopes: the defendant a completely
y Clean BurningCoa"1 ? the driver's seat. When she for ever seeing again. "unbiased trial. SAY YOU SAW rr

,- For your stove or fireplace t returned, he stuck his finger{ The student council collected I Peterson, an ex-convict IN THEFLORIDA

by the BAG .or by the TON into her back and ordered J special donations.,from I who was arrested in New
NORMAL
ALL SEASONS ICE & FUEL, CO. her to drive to an isolated members of the school and ,FLA. York following the crime, is,.1 I I STAR

"Our 17th Year" & r e a. The woman's bitter turned them over to an ear- being held in jail at Pensa-
5883 Norwood Avc. PO 4.4511 fight attracted attention of a I marked fund which will be cola. He has confessed the I
C passing motorist and when used to purchase several RECEIVES GIFfI double-murder and attacks on"
the' Drake fled. of Braille KEEP HAIR FROM
car stopped I pieces equipment I( the farmer'swife and two-
His fingerprints in the woman's that is meant to help the GOING BACK
I
car led to his arrest a, fromer Stantonian to rehabil- ST. AUGUSTINE Accord- other'children and indicateshe KO, MORE HAH....GOIMIACp. ,ao"I.a&AIN...
.
short time later at his home- itate. .Dig to Dr. R.V.. Puryear, will throw himself upon PEII5PIllATJC.. ...* *CFCU.CHT NCTtCkCATf rCOSULA! FVtSUICOII.CTtftVOKDUrVL.ATE NAAOO
-- president of Florida Normal the mercy of the court. TOuaHAHtCUTTiJU..TuaAJLI'y AIO5J AID 6rO..LLISPLIIAVObw NOT CUCAST;
-, .
_------- PTISOLAN.Atil: cfLicrr rnu ton.CON.ANS
..-_- and Industrial Memorial i ii PAIL 9L CNL ..AM YOUR.BEAUTICIAN
,. ,
er Of' =:'T' ,..
i College, who was informed Li HLE i.LS4." I'
by President H. MacDon-: -\ f'lCn.; m
r- EXCLUSIVE J : ald that the college has been SEVEN PRISONERS ,- 79PRK3S3KO -
: OIL
: I _..
: the the beneficiary board of of Trustees a gift from of, ATTACK 2 GUARDS MA I.-.nIiUu.I MC"IMOJnReal _

I -......---------- Household Finance Founda-''!'I' --
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,&..----- I QUITMAN. GA-Luther
tion.Florida ,
Normal is one of Branneh a county prison Estate '

1he 379 institutions in 36:, guard was injured when seven

I FIRST-TIME OFFER I states in Finance which Corporation the Household -\i Negro prisoners attacked : $ LOANS $

him and another
I county
operates- The gift is for un !' i 1,000 $2.000 $3,000

restricted use. I I. guard. He was admitted tc $4.000 up to $25,000
The Household Finance the local hospital and treated
i Payable $1.00 per mo. per hundred
Foundation the latest:, for head injuries on unpaid balance at 6%.
among a number of founda-
i I The prisoners escapee Let us help you to complete
tions which in recent
years when they were working or 1 your house or refinance 38
have the
recognized contri-1\
in the same place.
butions of Florida Normal to Quitman-Monticello: : highwa years

the community as well as the t six miles south of here. According -cau-

MAHALA society. Others h a v e been I to the first report;S

IQt the Ford' Foundation, the: the prisoners used their worltools J. P. YOUNG

1111/E ..k Danforth Foundation and the to the Mr. Simmons or Air. Walsh
I I overpower guard
k nfC. JACKSONSINGS United
t States Stell Founda- Male! and Monroe
tion. According to the police the-
tit Masonic
Temple Bldg.
tL prisoners had two shotgun! Phone EL 6-8014

Eli/Nothi MAHAavlj! and two pistols .in their pos I EL 6.33,1v
"OhLordIsItir"Walk
{ t I DR. J. L. WILSONTO session. 11

. Heaven"? I
: Over God's SUPERVISE TEST
I

t ST. AUGUSTINE The

.National Teacher Examination -
N r W fn: for prospective teachers

in this area will be given on]I

I 'ig4 DUKEELLINGTON' February 7, 1959 according to t 1a

Dr. J. L. Wilson, Dean Regis-
trar of Florida Normal and

Industrial Memorial College,I

I : : r# F who will supervise the administration .

of the tests. 4
PLAYS Application Blanks and a

"Such Sweet Thunder11 bulletin of information de- N y.

\y 3 rt I Sonnet to Hank Cinq" dures scribing and;registration containing sampletest proce- ,

questions may be obtained -

+ t $ ,from Dr. Wilson, or I ?
directly from the National

Teacher Examinations, Educational -

t Testing Service, 20

Regular I Nassau Street, Princeton,' .

You get 4 complete selections $1.29 valueours New Jersey. s t -

Y forTh 501. L- -
on one great 7-inch
EL TROPICANOSTO __
extended ONLY .
45-rpm .
HOLD MEETINGST
__
play album! -
and-3 Carnation Evaporated Milk Labels
AUGUSTINE The I
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rI El Tropicanos held their busi- *

____________ + | CARNATION P.O.Box 5410-N COMPANY,Chicago 77,fools I ness meeting recently! in the i ii
________ I home of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph I i ; IENKMGHT
o Please send me.7Inch 45-rpm albums)featuring I Hadley, College Park,
Mahalia Jackson and Duke described. For with the vice president
Dfington as : I pre- '
=:.
Invites You To Listen To
c each album ordered I enclose 50 and 3 labels Iron. siding. .
I II
: I II Carnation Evaporated Milk. An annual Post-Christmas '
II 'KN1GHhTRMN"
I
Invitational event was plan-
jiVAAORAT I tWls:' II ned during the meeting for,

L-J& I ADDRESS enfrill rw.IJJ -I.I I. December 26. Plans for aNew Starting At 7:00 P. M. Nightly _
MI World's Leading Brand .
I I Year's Eve Party were

.: 5 oFEvaporafcd Aldkl"accfl I crrt. 20NT STATE.. .1 discussed. 1400WRRC 1400
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.. -- ...wY DeaIMw 71.1ts1. ... A call
I IOAar IaM4.......,.-IcW tiy VMi_.I .c I meeting was held at .
the Cassius Hills Home
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I "Links" Open Golf Tournament. Set. For December I


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By C. Parham Johnson C. Parham Johnson
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The Ladies of the Links Golf Club organized in 1947 by

DICK BASS of the College of the Pacific has been called struction gang, steel mill j Mrs Alberta Holland, a veteran golfer who has gained
the greatest runner in collegiate football for 1958. The chipper, pullman car shop distinction over the years for her ability will sponsor its
great tan star gained no less than 226 yard against San worker,oil sander for a manufacturing I 1 first golf tournament at Lincoln and Hyde Park Golf

Jose State. That particular performance was the biggest company, bellhopand .. I. Courses December 28-29. _. ,
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one game record by any major college runner in the last shoeshine parlor operator .. ;i"1 ,,' '" 9.' ',,. The club is inviting men
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t. -I_-1-::..>>. _'. J Y \:;; ;. _I. I
u two Association.years accroding The NCAA to the Service National Bureau Collegiate announced Athletic that Gaither went to work as ie,;..,.;",\"..--w....: ,,_ ,,a--;.:: .n)_.,:-.;. a MMhM, ._i..-t- ''.":,'..- ..,- .__,.. I professionals and women to amateurs compete and and ,EISHA! HfilIDYTAKES

Bass accomplished a feat that was last performed in 1937 head coach at Florida A & THEY GAVE THEIR BEST The entire Florida golfers from many sectionsof
by Byron (Whizzer) White of Colorado.. .M in 1945. Under Gaitherthe fiver A&M Rattlers fought a losing battle in the 26th Orange the country are expected I l COURSE
-- I ---- Rattlers------ -- have won Classic in Bowl last of the
JIM BROWN. the tan bat .' Blossom Miamis Orange Saturday to participate. Many
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crowned champion" from the Negro champion- night but two of the Rattlers gave their best for a nationally known golfers ,
tering ram of the Cleveland of the \. Southern Intercolle- The Mitchell, left and t whose names associated
merciless slaughter losing cause. two are Wesley are '{rmERV1RITING)
Browns has again established Spider, the referee had to k 'Jonfernece titles. He Curtis Miranda, shown in their fighting pose. Mitchell with the game of golf from
J himself as the" peer of professional -I come to his resCue and save : .. '.- a member of the'I a sophomore end from Jacksonville fought to the last. I one section of the nation to
football players. him from the crushing blwos I,/u.e., (.jmmittee of the American The 63. 185-pound Rattler could not strike vicious the other.
The 22Cpcnndfullback has'. of Webb After finishing off Football Coaches As- enough, to stave off the rushing Panthers. Miranda
set another leagueecord to Giardello the Spider wenton sociation for two years. As a I another sophomore was converted from an end to a When play gets underway Elisha Handy,special agent
surpass the reecord set in to England and made coach Gaither is recognized} tackle. The 206-pounder from Jacksonville gave his Sunday Dec. 23 at 8 p. m. it. for Mutual Benefit Health
,I 1949 bv Steve Van Buren of, quick work of Terry Downes, as one of the leading coaches best also ,but his best was not good enough to head will be a memorable day in and Accident Company' and
r the Philadelphia Eagles. the B r it i s h middleweight I in the nation. I off those howling Panthers. The Panthers were just I Jacksonville: due to the fact Untied Benefit Life Insurance -
Brown has been a star perfor':champion. .Spider Webb is a I I II SMOOTH SAILING 'TIL too tough for the venomous:: Rattlers. t that it will be the beginning''' Company has iust re- .
4 mer,with the Browns since nara punching fighter,whose I WE MEET AGAIN -- --- ------ of a great athletic project: turned from Omaha, Nebraska -
he left the Campus of Syracuse -I aim it is to win the middleweight I that will become nationwiden where he was enrolled in
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f University. I/ crown now worn by KITCH1GS GETS ii BANR CLUB ; its scope. It will be the an advanced Life, Underwriting -

RICHARD (Dick) BASS of Sugar Ray Robinson. CAMPYWIJ, ACCEPTS;; t tCIVFS [I first time in history that a Course. There were 32
the of thee Pacific, t protect of this type has been agents attending this school
College I' EDDIE MACHEN, the man TOP HONORS AS I II I pulled off in the city. chosen
was good enough to be called -, most prominently mentionedat EVENT [: and Mr. Handv was
t 11'ITH ; member.
the
the top runner in collegi-: one time as the No. 1 con l j Vvl lU1.4 : I I I From year to year the ss outstanding
ate football, good enough to' Under for Floyd Patterson's I I I Ladies of the Links have( This school is attended
win the scoring title the l i, heavyweight crown has been I,COACH OF YEARI I The Band Parents of James]'(l played a big part in the various -,,only by insurance agents who
rushing and total yardagel., rematched with European I,YOUTH 'WORK I ;Weldon Johnson Junior High)I tournaments given in, are leading producers and
gained titles, but not good heavyweight champion Inge-' School met recently in the I the city by the male golfers, !who i I have demonstrated a
enough to be picked as an!,mar Johansson. The fight is, .I hbrarv! of the school with i I I but it is the first venture of high degree of knowledge of
All-American. Bass accumulated -! scheduled for Feb. 4 in Chi-;, NEW YORK-Roy Campa- II.I. mild-mannered, unassuming -Mrs. Sadie Gibson, presiding I j their own. Every member of insurance. Mr. Handy quali-
] 1,361 yards on 205 rushing I cago Stadium. The Swedish, uella, the former iron-man and modest Earl Kit-;, president. the club is all work up with', fled for this honor by being
plays. an all time high I I. champion knocked out Ma-'1 catcher for the Brooklyn I i i things who this year coached I'anticipation in making preparations -| one of the leading salesman
of 6.63 yards per carry. The,. chen in the first round ini I I Dodgers turned down an of-!,i the Matthew W. Gilbert The band was presented in i for the tournament|, for the companies in the
21-year-old junior collected:Gothenburg, Sweden last;, fer recently made by Presi-,i "Fighting Panthers" to an, several selections by Ernest The tournament will be South
79 yards on 13 passes for a Sept. 4. Johansson is looking,'dent' Walter O'Malley of the', undefeated and championship R. Wyatt, band director. Mrs-I divided into seven Flights i'
total offense of 1,440 yards.'I'forward to a match with;,: Los Angeles Dodgers to move' year is unshaken in his J. G. Wyatt, general chairman -,with prizes given in each He is now studying the C.
He scored 116 points on 18 i champion Floyd Patterson. !|(him to Los Angeles and in' general attitude as he redives and dean of girls at New:flight. There will be Flights I L. U- (Chartered Life Under
touchdowns and eight extra }the meantime accepted a; congratulations from, Stanton gave remarks. (, for both men and women.i! writer) Course which will
points in 10 games. What is DID YOU KNOW the with Youth Organization : lead to his being awarded a
position a friends: well wishers, oPPosing -, The band and Student I II The most outstanding fea-:
required to become an All- Florida A& M Rattlers have'' in New York. I, coaches and players as, Council gave a green and I ture of the tournament is;, diploma from this Society.
American? produced three "Willies who, Campy, who is gradually II he was named "Coach of the I white Christmas party recently that all members of the club!This is comparable to a Ph.

SPIDER WEBB, the third are football now? playing The professional, improving and gaining in.. Year" in high school circles. in the gymnasium. j are well versed in the finer,,Din education, or a degree
Chicago Bears confidence said he to in medicine or law
ranked hopes points of the game and they
middleweight boxer have Willie Galimore, and give the Knights of Pythians', Jacksonville itself is happy, Chaperons for the party'' will be in to hold I II 'I
has i a position C.
proved to the fistic I to Theron
Willie Lee, and the Cleveland March on Youth as over the fine record and accomPlishments were: Mrs Lillian Alston A.I'I their in the i: According
program own strongest
world that he I
is a terrific I Browns have Willie much I made by head Adams, J. John'I MacLeod, general agent, nu-
belter. In his last two fights time as possible, and Marshall knid of competition. \| holders have
I :McClung. Galimore is a half Coach Kitchings and his Jackson merous policy
added that he wants to help James Alford, 1tilrs.i .
he has been I '
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cher. He a vicious pun: back, Lee is a tackle and" all children, regardless of great array of talented assistants -I Georgia Henry, Mrs. Emily I When out of town competitors -!: commended the companiesfor in
practically blasted': McClung is a tackle. I color. He has been asked to who brought to the Diamond, Mrs. Inez Duncan,' invade the city for, their liberal stand
Joey Giardello
history. Giardello out had of boxing been,I DID YOU KNOW that give special attention to and I city a championship team, Mrs. Claryce Streets, Mrs. M- i j I the tournament they will be;,1 making it possible them.for Mrs.He
made of of the L. (greeted by a well Handy to represent
up some organized
dubbed the uncrowned mid-, Jake Gaither head football.' Puerto Rican children in Thompson, Mrs. Maryj' i,' other Negroes
Harlem. tinest young talented athletesto Scott, Mrs Luella group who will play big added there are no
I dleweight champion of the coach at Florida A&M University I Lee, Mrs. I 1
.I I I Roy has gained 15-pounds make up any high school: L Parrish. I I hand in helping to put golfing employed as agents by
world, but to save the "un- Tenn. was born in Dayton, since his near fatal automo- team. )o"'___'" .,... ....'i on top in Jacksonville,'! any other major companies
and the son of a Me-i{l MrsMary :Miller [ this .
thodist minister? Gaither bile accident ten months ago The Mrs.i j beginning Dec. 28; 1958- in area, >
thing that added to TheIma
Jackson
r Mrs. Dot
I played end for six years at I:from which he has been pa- the glory of the achievementwas |: Bacons, Hastine Williams I+!
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Knoxville College After I. Roy said his weight, the fact that Kitchings Mrs. Martha Gadsden.
Your graduating from Knoxvillein is now 182. His old playing accomplished the job I
just

I next 1927 10 years Gaither in spent a variety the i:(weight pound mark.was around He says the he 200-be- the two reins years of after the head taking coach-over!I II I F III NOW-OPEN I 'IriEIs

LuckyNumbers coaching jobs. While attend-I lieves he will walk again, ing duties from another I H.TALLAHASSEELeonard O. !i !
Spearman
ing college Coach Jake was but he will not be shocked coach who established an was electedto 'II .
'if he doesn't.FINE membership in the American
very active in many kinds of, enviable record as coach of .

[ I work during his spare time, the Panthers under whom he! effective Psychological January 1 Association, 1959. Mr. !I, II, I'i'
!jobs like
coaching, coal min- served as assistant coach. Spearman is
member
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lug garbare truck man, con- When Jimmy Thompson
Florida
Lucky Days. Liicky Uolon stepped into another position,I!I II I A&M University ''I

BY ASTROLOGYIn Kitchings stepped in to fill;,I II' j I IH
Your Wc.tslyHOItoSCot'r his shoes as coach. j I
GUIDE I .
85 30 64 In producing a champion-j I I II !III
Scmd J2.00 for your r"oOro- ship team, Kitchings was just LEARN TO DRIVE
scope Gut e. with lucknum.- 139 88 349 about as happy as a, I I Secure Drivers' License
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bets, lucky days, lucky color T' ster with his first toy, but I SAFEWAY DRIVING i il! OF ACKSjNVILLE 11II 11IIII"

Enclose a stamped envelope. Watch This Clown rC it the was spirit very with calm which and he took!I SCHOOL H!
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j 600 West Beaver Street iI
There was no excitement, no '! (FORMERLY THE 2-SPOT)
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{t ZODIAC FID In and Mall to 9H* 7 a pened hatIt to couldnt a better havehap fellow -I I GEORGE PERPENA.- Dh- : I'I DANCi tG NIGHTLYJVIII J II


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J. STRAND Ladd AND ROOSEVELTAlan (above) and Congratulates Mr. Elisha Handy "LONELY TEARDROPS"f f I

Olvila do Havilland head N for his having won the highest honorat Arnett Cobb and his Orchestra
the cast of the big technicolor : ,t III Iii; Iii
f You Don't Have to Go to Town to GetLOW the company's Advanced Course in I E _- _
action drama. PROUD =- ='

REBEL which tops the Life Insurance recently held. at their STARTING MONDAY, DECEMBER 22nd III IIIi I.I
ELISHA I.
; holiday bat! opening on .
PC1Oa : Christr&;.a Diy at Strand. BAliDY Home Office in Omaha. Nebraska. 1 I' .

Your The days through flirt will Dee play 311.for and 7 III;i ARTHUR PRYSOCK!{ 1

with it you'll see the next Mr. Handy is highly qualified to take. care of your I i111

DRUG Si'OnE mDS co-featura drama TOUCHOF insurance,needs. Plus JJ
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Trade With Your Neighborhood Drag Store ton Hasten Janet Leigh .
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WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISED
WE rel&rse FOOTBALL HIGHLIGHTS exclusive He filth and Accident Company. Ij! J.IO'ulay thru TEnr,+day 75 cenis ;.r hi''

IN YOUa LOCAL PAPERS. ,.. of 1958. "' Frllxf'SahudaT and Sunday 90 cents il 1'1'1'1''F
At the Roosevelt Theatre II; .
We DeUror -. We Abo FQJUI Doctor** Prescriptions, as iho holiday: cpedaL Dec. United of Omaha One of America's largest ,Life '
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j CHIPS OFF THE BLOCKS ** JAY JAY For Frank Hampton, a politician ef old .

A heap of ice, snow and cold; *

(WIth an assist from Clement Moore) Don't push, don't shove, stand back and look, He leaps As he with tells joy customers and his"Have very fuel heart oil begins and will to sing bring." ;
While I check cats out by little red book.
my
you he tells his customers, "Have fuel oil and will
Twos the night before Christmas when all thru the house Now all .of these gifts may not meet your fancies As all hear him, *
To Ralph Maultby who talks so that can a
Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse; But I'm sure they'll match your personalities; A public address system. P

The boys on the "Blocks" had hid in their pads, They may come from folk you don't even know, He's pocket-sized married strong and come in out of the rain,

Waiting til morning to see what they had. But you should have them years ago. We gotten must his voice so his children he can train. *
Freddie Brown was snug in his bed To J. D. Brooks, known as "Mr. Goodwill", save hear *
Now don't mad if don't name
With visions of Buick buyers running thru his head; A new product that will sell and fatten his till; Well meet get at the Palms you and continue your this game.I 1

Hamp Sullivan and Bill Shellman had settled down It has no definite shape or size, 3'M want to dig Jackie Wilson and the sounds of Arnett
With dreams of "Chevvies" in every garage in town. For the shabby wrapping I must apologize. table *
We hurry, a to get.
When in the 600 Block there heck of clatter For Ken the round gotta
arose a a Knight, one uptown, He jumped in the 'chine and slammed the door, *
Folk begin running to see what was the matter. A pogo stick that goes up and down The twin smoked and the Kitty began to roar. 4
Thru door of his Nash flew like flash With brakes and pipes *
rear shop Jerry a special parking gear like jazz
his
The sound of motor was to our ears pure
He thought someone had "made it" with his cash. So that he may take it with him in the placesof heard the final
We were getting kicks until we
The glow of neons from the "Big M's" sign fell on scene "Good Cheer". razz-a-ma-tazz
Which showed cat red and For John Pickens known "B-B- :
a in Ivy League a great as A1
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
big "chine". The answer to his fervent plea,
He chickened and cha-chaed and did the hop, A great big shiny new vintage Model A .
He waited until he had our attention and came out Which will transport him daily to Great White-way" FURNISHED ROOM *

with this bop. To Texas Bob, the 21st Street rib king-pin FOR RENT II
I'm S. Nick and I just hit town, A new tin-tub to" keep his money in. MERRY XMAS i l@tUr

I'm loaded with goodies you cats told me to pass And for Tip-Light his pal up the street, .1 HOLIDAY MOVIES -
around. 'L.tIIiIL A new set of cops riding his beat. 1430 West 2nd S Ire at

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PIVOT-TENNA ." .. i and it's ANNETTE JACKSON
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