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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 27, 1958
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )


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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- .
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University of Florida
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Material Information

Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 27, 1958
Publication Date:


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


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- .
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

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

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools held in Louisville, t''
Dr. Rufus B. Atwood, president, Kentucky State College, conducted the \ .
mony of AssociationbarberScotia officers for 1959. From left they are Dr. L. S. Cozart ; .Ids
'. College, Concord, North Carolina, secretary-treasurer; Dr. OOO VOTERS IS GOAL ;' : MAN DIES OF'GUNSHOT WOUNDS
well, principal, Jack Yates Senior High School, Houston, Texas, outgoing ; ,
J. A. Colston, president., Knoxville College, Knoxville, Tennessee, ; 3SET
Combs, state supervisor; secondary schools, Department of Education, BY REGISTRATION COMMITTEE i KILLER IS ARRESTED AT HOMEA
ida, first vice president, and Dr. S. M. Nabrit, president, Texas Southern :

second vice president. I RICHMOND, Va.-Unless Southern Negroes vastly ex t'ff A
their voting strengththey, may find their children with- 23-year-old man was ar-
i {public schools, Kelly M. Alexander, chairman of the, rested at his home, 1054 W JAXON M1L1DtlNCAR1'P
MAN USES KNIFE TRIO ARRESTEDIN NEGRO vote registration committee, and John M. Brooks, I! Church Street last Saturday !
Association's registration i director, warn in a joint let-I'for the fatal shooting of
to all Southern units of the National Association for the : Freddie Lumpin, 19, of 1237 :
IN ARGUMENTMWITH [ CONNECTION REJECTED \.mr mAnt,of 'Colored People. ,W. Duval Street last Friday ..
I '' ", to secure 3,000- night. i
J i Negro voters in the South Recognition that the schools j t tin Witnesses of the shootingtold
HIS WIFE ,WITH BREAKINS TRRAM 1960 is a tremendous their own communities'( investigating officers, I John Fra* ., __was a
," their letter asserts, may be shut down by a ref-; David Williams, who had : Ch tm3s d ," victim,
it can be done because it erendum should be an important sheen beaten in a fight wits}! '!i'pr'ppouncqid- i arrival
rs. Mary Lee Brown, 45. f Three suspects were arres- WASHINGTON to be done or else we may factor in stimulating Lumpkin earlier Friday night I art? opal artei .ie111, af-
of 758 W. Union Street was ted last Friday in connection of disc ourseelves without pub- creased registration in-I had returned th a gun, say- Leing struck bj car ia I I.
cut with a knife last Sunday "with two break-ins of busi- practices by the schools,,? ." the letter points out. ing, "No one_!is going. .to hit I the 1500 blockf Pavis StI
during an arguument with ness places. Monsanto '}me and get off with it."
t Frazier who lived at 1037 i
her husband, police reported. Det.Sgts. H. F. Branch and filed this week OF "DEFIANT) ONES' Lumpkin was killed! by I west Fourth Street 'was, hit .
w I Mrs. Brown told police her T. S. Beaudrot listed the suspects -I ident's Committee I gunshot wounds in the right ,
J husband, Avon Devine Brown as Johnny Commodore,'' ernment leg and left chest as,he stood ,;by a car driven by a
45, cut her when Tie startedan 223""E.;Union Street Melvin NAACP in ; URBAN LEAGUE in the doorway of'a beer tavern -i(identified'' as Everrett Eugerpi
argument about his wife Moore=32, 441 W. Beaver year-u1d Fast St. .. ., at 1222 W. ,Duval street. ,'i Snyder-, 26, of 1869./LeUf.erf/
; telling another man) not to Street and Mateo Simpson, 231 high school about 10:45 pjn.. Fri3ay7'..."" 'Street. Snyder Was boo\e4
.I 1 buy "him any whiskey. of 1V.. Beaver;: Street. I graduate. will see a real Broadway type "first night" Det. Sgts F. A. Gruber and ron, a technical charge .r- f ., Commodore and :Moore already Miss "Brenda when the drama-packed,movie spectacle, "THE DIFI-: W. C. Barber reported wit-, slaughter.,,.rw.' ,
She was taken to Duval nave statements ONES," has a special premiere showing on Saturday
Medical Center where she admitting the burglary'of the graduate of. Jan. 3,. at 11:00: pm. as a benefit performance for the been nesses said the two men had ,i I. In another Christmas day
was treated and released. office of'Ralph Lyle, realtor, tegrated 'East St. Urban League. .. he__I I arguing and fighting ..ar accident, a three-car mis-
affair in
school, told STAR'p ,over an which
was a woman
The husband was picked up 431 W. "Duval Street. After to the gala-pre- I' I hap sent one person to hospital
at Union and Madison Streets santo. executive is dollar j'I was involved. another
an attempt to haul away the hire Negros for i one and your cooperation rVith the Strand I Ii : to jail and caus-
and charged with fighting finn safe had failed, the chemical dollar goes to the Ur Theatre, . with a knife, police said. pair took 400 pennies and League. Arv K. Roths- fight, Williams who had got damage to the cars-
Mrs. Brown said she would i ing the'course of president of the theatre I possible to raise these brdly the worst of? it, left the tav- I> The} ..
sign warrant for her hus- left.Simpson terview. needed funds for accident nr>rMirn/l
a and Commodoreare has donated the entire the Urban ern. lie returned later in a -------- ---.w uu
band, police reported. charged with the burglary i The young of the Strand Thea League. It is donating its.car, got out and advanced ,26th Street near Fairfax at
invited by columns i,,2 p.m. when a 1958 Oldsmo-
of Blue Front Confectionery to the Urban League. of publicity and advertising -(I on the door making threatening :bile
were all the East driven
;X37V.. Beaver Street on seniors 1,000 tickets will be sold space for this occa-I statements as LumT>kin I'Johnson by Donald Lee
who had I: the boxoffice will not be Mon.. EVERYBODY WHO IS;stepped to the rammed into the
BOY RECEIVES Dec. 12, taking a radio, cig- of chemistry. The doonvay. Af- I i rear of a 1957
Ad ars, candy, salt, tooth paste, al letter stated I that night at all if ANYBODY WILL BE AT|ter firing:: I's; gun three I Itmes" byVI'on:: T.Lincoln Minton driven
I chewing gum and hair dress- "several :1 advance sale fulfills this THE URBAN LEAGUE PREMIERE -' Williairs. went back to I''Lincoln then The
e, were I The picture will OCCASION AT THE; the ran into the-
ing. The radio was diseov- tions not be car was d iven from the I back
'POISONED CAKE open in the STRAND. GET of a J958 Mercury driv- ';:
ered at a local pawn shop.police high to the general public YOUR TIC-j scene, witnesses told the investigating I W!:
school en
KETS by Mrs. Estelle
reported. han taken Tuesday, Jan. 6th. I NOW!' -- ---1 Ii I officers.:: j wife of the well-known Joyner Arh-, ,
ONES" is Investigation I
1HROHGH MAIL Nevils M said. fIrtmatJr-.-_._..?,wr ctr,,.,6""\, VA.r\t Q.. ."..<.*T.iilC.?*... "led i by detectives was from condiirf--the Homicide 'Dan:fey Street businessman, Red
The letter Joyner.:
and a Negro, chained Division.
'NEW ORLEANS continued.call for an .I with prison hand'MX HAN DIES Police said Johnson: _attempted -
investigation is being made was who escape from the to
by Postal authorities who I ed believe by Mons I '*nto The perilous flight.IOF l COURT ACTION scene of thet run accident from but the
said last that cake an fully handcuffed to each: m WOUNDS
Monday, a DESEGREGATES for the i : :: AGAINST CAFE was apprehended by officer
to : position of will keep I I
filled with lye was mailed she you on the Sidney Gaines, reputed to be- J.
a young boy which slightly of your. seat from start I A gunshot wound in the ATLANTA Another court i the fastest:; runner in the po-
harmed four or five other CITY PARKS lice
I FLORIDA Stomach ended life on Christ-i action has been filed in U.S. departmentMrs.
children. STAR in
I mas day for Johnny Lampley District Court by II. D. Coker .
R. S. Fisher, a postal in-I, NEW ORLEANS, La. HARVARD 38, who lived at 957 Jefferson I of Birmingham, a Negro insurance Orlando Salley, a passenger Richardson in ,the of

specter said a laboratory test The board News of the AN GETS Street. executive against the Lincoln was.. faVpn.. .. *. 1._.___
showed the choclate cake had 1,427-acre Orleans City .Lampley died in the hospital Municipal Airport Restaur- pital for -treatmentof-- .U a uu
stroncr concentrations of lye.I I Park, one of the largest municipal DONATES $ about 1 about ant.Coker injuries.
a.m. an
Ho said it was mailed locally parks in the nation: YEARS FOR dour after the shooting wticih I claims he and mem-
with a fictitious return ad bowed to a mandate of the' HARVARD took place at 411 West State i bers of his party were denied
Supreme Court last :Monday a"cess to
dress. Street a t:be! of their
NEW YORK according to detectixeSgts SALVATION
after about ARMY
eight years of lit- choice at the restaurant Aug-
On Dec. Willie George 13, igation and the park is now ment of a $200.00 HOME F- A. Gruber and ust 4. He seeks a court order ENTERTAINS KIDS
received a cake in the mailHe desegregated."We tion to the NAACP Barber. V'C.1 I to end segregation at the
opened it and he and oth- have reached the end 'Harvard University \ AI L A Alice Mae Lane of 1440 ing place. din- The
er children started eating it. of the rope," Ellis Laborde, was made today' by man who--idmfti d his 14th Street is being held for Named as defenders Salvation Army entertained -
They took a bite each, but general manager of the park Wright, NAACP i I in the Ku Klux homicide investigation.Investigating the City of Atlanta, : were the crippled children

spat it out because it was said. "We don't plant to have retary.The. .was convicted recently officers said.]William.. .. .TT.-4ef.h.... .4 flu Mayor_=_ at'Brewster, Ha----r-ni4n1.. ur,..i.* ...
bitter, Fisher said. segregation anywhere in the Harvard jury for bombing Ne Miss Lane met them at the j port--- terminal"'"" director"" .uIU:: and alCj Christmas party recently.

mother Mrs. park, and that includes ten- the NAACP's in spite of a warn- door and showed them the the restaurant :More than 100 children
The manager.DETECTIVES from
nis courts, amusement. rides organizations with : "blood will flow in wounded man who was
Mattie Lee Collins, contacted and other facilities." complishments ." sprwaled on the floor. She; other counties were presentto
postal authorities who sent admittance told them the CATCH hear the
"The swimming pool is of Wicutt was sent- weapon a singing carols
: the cake to a crime laboratory closed at this time, I won't ents into freshmen to 10 ,years in prison, caliber revolverdischarged i i WOMAN SHOPLIFTER' and listen to selections by
f ,. in Washington for the- be able to say anything about ies on a flow of blood has been during a struggle betwen her the band who furnished mu-
r : test it. The rides are ,open on and stopping Fisher said that if any :of weekends," Laborde said.I from playing ,"to'be brought to trial young woman' told police I;arrested last Sunday and Christmas
I the children had swalowedthe The No. ,1,golf course, previously .ding competion with bombings .' she and the victim had 'charged with petit larceny vation the Sal
i "-f cake it could have killed. allotted to Negroes on ro atheletes. homes and churches [been scuffling as the resultof and shoplifting at the. Jack gram to the little a special; pro-

Instead, they suffered minor Tuesday and Fridays, will the violence 'began. in an argument over 'some and Bess Drug Store, 6002 fined at ,the hospital.ones con-
1 mouth burns. now be open to white and col- -="" .... '; money -$15 to $17which- Main Street. ,.'.
, J ored every day of the week. Atty. George Rog Leznpley had taken from her. Det Sgt. J. W. Greene said
Th inspector said there Laborde said the Supreme MERRY the jurors that if Police, investigators said he was in the drug store $15.Mrs..
: was $2.000 standing reward Court denied a rehearing after returned a guilty Ver- Miss 'Lane's face_ showed when he observed Mrs. Willie Singleton was immediately
; for information leading to the final ruling. FROM "you'll see Negroes marks of-a beating for which Ree Singleton hiding 4 sets ) add the goods
'the conviction and arrest of New Orleans bus and streetcar out like cancer into she was given treatment in of Regent Sheffield steak recovered and turned over to
t: anyone responsible for send- transportation was desegregated I THE FLORIDA community. Blood] the same hospital where knives under her coat and the Docket Sergeant.
\1, ing poison through the mails. last June 1. I STARD will flow in the streets," he Lampley was pronounced attempted to leave the store. R.Sgts.Mathis J. W. Greene and W.

< declared. dead. The knives were valued at, made the investigated and

I II I ... arrest

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Pag Two FLORIDA Week Ending Saturday. December 27. 1951


THE FLORIDA STAR Born Sept.LIBRA 23 ihru Oct. 22 I: "Politics As Usual"By

S A kind of
clearing up process

x News follows the winter sols- ERIC 0. SIMPSON

4. tice day, December 22nd-

Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co. perhaps house-cleaning and I Missouri Negroes were enthusiastic this week over the

"Member of Associated Negro Fress" the packaging of gifts in read: news that former President Harry S. Truman would like to
Eric O. Simpson ... __Ediior iness for what should be return to the White House sceneMr. .
C. Parham Johnson ________ .,___._News.Staff avery
matte his
Aliftmaa Richardson ._. Circulation Depi. exciting and joyous .
--------- known
ings Washington
Christmas celebration. You lion of Paul Butler as Democratic
MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: December 8, as he appeared
seem much on the receivingend Chairman with the
2323 Moocrief Road __.........__ _.-. _. EL 4-8782 EL 4.6783 before the National Press '
4-3773 with valuable gifts from Club. The Missourian was support of Missouri's Nat'l
Downtown Branch Office: 423 Broad SL Phone EL
Y groups and large organiza- asked if he would like to run Committeeman, Mark Holloran -

MaWag Address: tions. Your partners should for Symington's. Senate was evidence of responseto
Jacksonville 1. Florida seat if that Senator is elected
P. O. Box 581. liberal in
be generous and th e y too policies even
President two from
SUBSCRIPTION RATES seem to benefit amply from I.now- that border state.

0. Year. SU 01: Half Year IS.": Three Uoolhs. S1.U the festive ocassion. "' "
;; ;;* : I "No replied In a sharply worded state-
Matted T. Toe Anywhere Ia The United SteiM.i 980667965896
ii JrfVrueile In Adrmnc. Seed CWck or Money Order To ;i"but MrTruman I would ment, the Democrats accepted
MI-JACKSONVILLE 1. FLORIDA r s a "state of the union"
FLORIDA 9"I'AB-P. O. BOX I b e interestedin message -

SCORPIO '! being ap- which recommended

A CHRISTMAS 'ESSAGE \ Jc Born OcJ. 23 thru Nov. 22 pointed: to fill ending Sr libusters bya
rout his term simple V of the total
iJil: iaazsoxssr: ;:1 J Once morn some distur- "
in the Senate. ,,
God comes tq us at Christmas; we do nit go in searchof bance with your partners is I I David :M.
Him! This we know when we believe that Christmas possible in relation! t: your I Grant, lawyer the bottleneck House Rules

really happened. If Christ is Saviour and Lord, then He is pro-fessional activities; but [i and legislative I Committee, and enactment of .

always coming to us, seeking us, reaching out to us. We by Christmas Day the expansive 1 I I Research Director I the enforcement provisions of
have only to turn and open our hearts and there He is. trend is evident and jus"tif' rt I for theSt. Title III cut out of last year's

When someone asks how can we keep Christmas in iaftieMtfior h selfcontrolmay L ouis_ civil rights bill.FIGHT .
such a world 'as this, what do we say? We say that it was : Simpson Board of Aldermen
Christ born in fact it was -4 necessary, especially commented:
into a world like this that was ; ,
. .
but in matters of drinking or social
this very world. It is not the circumstances our lives The Negroes of the coun-
the coming of Christ that makes us joyful.Do excitemE"nt.The conjugalor try would certainly welcome

partnership situation has anything that would BOMBS
we have a sense of expectancy as we celebrate bring
Christmas? Or do we make a brave effort to be gay ,and probably berg much better President Truman back to '
try to bring before our eyes for a time the picture of the since December 20-21; unless official Washington. SenatorSymington's WITH BALLOTS

manger, the Mother and Child, the shepherds and the things have Invn so difficult perfect voting . I
record on labor and civil
angels and wise men? If you have tried, then you know that a break is inevitable
how such a picture always seems unreal- The picture fades, PEACE ON EARTH, GOODWILL TOWARD MEN rights matters renders him
within the
coming weeks. attractive to '
us as presidential -
as figures on a screen in a theater fade, because we are not 'I
involved; those figures re-created in our imagination never 94022921842SAGITTARIUS material'and if his elec-
move towards us and take us into the action. lio also returned Truman it
Your Weekly would be a ten-strike."
To keep Christmas is not to go in search of what is
called "the Christmas spirit"; it is to know that God in \ Mr. Grant said the reten-
hrist is forever moving towards us, calling us to be His Horoscope Guide Born Nov. 23 ihru Dec. 21

people and to do His will. We hear the cries of the suffer- This i somewhat negative 1S1 i zu rz xo3xssi: r5 SS: rs3srr
ing and the homeless and the persecuted and God will not WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR condition, which could mean a fen FIChristm
let us turn them away. He is drawing us to Himself that also
accepting positively a !
His care for all men may show itself in our lives. ,
new responsibility, should be 1! ) ,

-Arthur Lichtenberger By PABLO Th ASTROLOGERARIES come harmonized just before l! J..i t l&&
Christmas Day. The follow )1 L )1
Presiding Bishop .. .. itl
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ing days are particularlygood !
Protestant Episcopal Church
GEMINI and vibrant with hap- \: !
Born March 21 thru April 20 Born May 21 thru June 20(
piness, the of B .... .
or sense accom \ ,.'< '
After Christmas excellent \ i
<< ?i : .
., The Christmas period conditions prevail. Perhapsyou plishing very good work producing \ g At

u JJappy /JolidaifJ/ and foed lA/ulie* ti ii should be particularly pleasant are enjoying your new concrete and success- !! $
and very social this year gifts and something quite im ful results. Your mind is I I M MerrY'* !
because have have
& possibly you portant might happened even more active than ear

..' Ii / Peace/ul and JO'JOltJ afraid it might not be! The in your home life. At any lier in the month, and with
a days after Christmas are fill rate, your personalemotional -I much less intellectual and .. w. cannot help! but
i u life sems buoyant and rich
I i ed with excellent planetary with new possibilities Intel- emotional strain, Mercuryand I ChrtsiiisIM. S I 1 r.m'mb"r fbi many kind

i n 11 W asjecs which should mean an lectual stimulatin is also in Mars being now "direct" Q favors WS',. r.e.!v.d
i I increase of prestige perhaps evidence.' Again, be carefulf Move freely, happily toward from' our patrons .. diet and do .not work
promotion or social-political your i
A WHITE CITIZEN i preferment for you. Work too hard. Heavy food shouldbe your 4 90 9-43-494 m L. BROWN l! our rncny fri.nds..may 1
guarded ,against. or other .H th, bull
JI you ley
dsx ci i x__ crasax_ conditions should improve types of excesses-including I REAL ESTATE I
M and business turn-over shouldbe drinking and all forms of escapes J. C. DOWNING V 1
splendid, particularly in CAPRICORNBorn M 703 Broad Street a
I any line which deals with gla -50-41-49-IS-654 Dec. 22 ihru Jan. 19 Phone EL 4-1827 D.D.S.
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After of of
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i TAURUS I I June 21 thru July 22 ing yonr children (natural at

; Born April 21 thru May 20 The days just after Christ- this time) Christmas shouldbe I : i I

I The days just before Christmas mas should be excellent, socially very happy and your perksonality i L .:
I i.j :e I may be rather hectic at and emotionally; and should shine at its '

: II home Christmas, but should the days be after re. this probably should also include very best and radiate warm- 1'1
very : Christmas
Day itself. th of love- The follow
warding, emotionally and socially I Mars is now moving by direct ing Christmas could days be parti I I ,
I Mqr4Ug&od thing II You may have a very motion and either a new cularly significant. Every- f I
he full, exciting life with I Ii
yottrS litiS people friendship seems very important thnig should beauti- it
I bllppy 5e tSOll.t. I II particularly from home. if Yet you be areaway discret i or an old one is becoming fully for you.open Business up looks I.i TO OUR 1 I'
I. I'
II II more intimate and stirring -excellent and you seem to be III
and moderate in your enthu- possibly to the point of in a happy and constructive .,1.1 I\ 1\\ j I
I DOCTOR E. H. WASHINGTON I II. siastic responses; do not take i matrimony. More festivities mood. Express yourself cre- i FRIENDS AND PATRONS. f
favors or promises for granted D
seem to mark the last days- atively. ---.-.---" f
and do not spend future and also I
AND FAMILY more spending. 13G332831'138AQUARIUS: I
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J very good for business- i
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THE AFRO-AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. I I Born July 23 thru Aug. 22 definitely whatever Venus 135 Broad Street }Wi
As Winter begins, the sit- has started. Christmas coves

i EXTENDS SEASON'S GREETINGS AND SINCERE BEST S, uation looks quite good indeed under very beautiful and i Phone EL 3.5791c I
especially after the 24, broadening planetary in-
I WISHES TO ITS THOUSANDS OF POLICY-pOLDERS I On the 23rd there may be fluences. It could be a very !:::ttacracsectscs.CUSr: $t SIs=ItSiI IStUIaIUtG: : IS:

AND FRIENDS. : much to clear up, professional happy time, especially after
!: matters to dispatch-and Christmas Day itself. You
J yourself to take i n hand! may have moved into a new
I "". ... ,. I Chrsitmas .
the of
: .'. -'..' !, Day following people, a new community -
i ; .. .. '. week should be filled with the home tension is
festivities and excitement.The less noticeable or more like-
I departments of finances ly you have a new home. TO ALL JAXONS: :
and of home are beautifully. Your mind and emotions are
2-30-, 3-29-32-239 functioning at a high pitch. \ .

Enjoy what you have, fully. May the remembrance of the birth of the Christ
II 950884985948PISCES

I VIRGO ,' Chile! bring back the sense of men and nationsto

I n Born Aug. 23 thru Sept. 22 cease hatred.
I B ten laxhrd luD-l EAI HMC|
Born Feb. 19 thru
"', ..,. Mar. 20.Afier
-- I I Basically this is an excel- .
1901 1953 lent Christmas period. You and a couple of uncertain USE OF ATOMIC AGE FOR PURPOSEFUL
perhaps tiring
might take a beautiful
I very Christmas should arrive in ADVANTAGES
emotionally stirring, trip
the midst of
OUR CHRISTMAS MESSAGE IS WREATHED IN GOOD i It could mean a romance, a real social warmth happiness? and
I WISHES AND GARLANDED WITH GRATITUDE FOR real rebirth of personality. more than is usual. You seem MT. ARARAT BAPTIST CHURCH I,

THE PRIVILEGE OF SERVING YOU II These days are also very to be now deeply moved by '-
good for intellectual and imaginative some one you met or a dash-

DB. creative'work You ing relatrVeYour emotions lt... DallM Gr&kaaa PTHE ....
JAMES LEWIS Mr. J. D. Math e Manager i] should b e inspired perhaps arc aroused. Another long i

[CHAIRMAN-PRESIDENT Jadaosrttl. DiokJd I by a quasi-religious' or humanitarian journey is possible, or you re .
feeling kinship ceiye excellent news about i
!I with',all that, I
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: CLUB NOTESMARY Wedding Bells .; QZ:-:;; -: S?mlJn: t= i 3 2 ?

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' CONDUCTS MEETING Applications for Marriage :
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The Mary McLeod Be- Licenses t w:_$f r.w ,+ I II
thune Circle held a meeting T I II
recently in the home of Mrs.I I| -Albert Folson. 1341W. 10th C r x $ +3i k:M:f. k I BY
Madeline Jones, 1337 Davis :
St. 33 and Eleanor Collins .
age .
Stret with Mrs. Ida Hawkins s.,4. K. L. ;
serving as co-hostess. I. 1013 Carrie St., age 31. lJ.

The Rev. J. B. F Williams Charlie Nelson, Jr., 1267 W

pastor Ebenezer Methodist Uh St., age 27 and Rosa L- "Season of Seasons" being here, we are naturally

Church installed officers dur Brooks, 237 Copeland StJ I caught up in the mad hustle and bustley that goes along

ing the meeting. age 21. -, with the Holiday Season. But, we are happy to note that
\ Plans for their anniversaryof beneath the surface the true Christmas
Spirit reigns-
Laurel 1032
the organization were en-| Rudolph Pip- i
J14 The Child Care Class of Northwestern Junior-Senior
acted and the annual Christ- and Beatrice
St. 30 _
\ pin age 1T .
High School gave a pro-Christmas party last week for children -
mas party was discussed- Bland, 1036 Pippin Stage 1
i 1I of the neighborhood and had Little Deter L. Owens as

BELIEVE IT OR NOT CLUB 20. I 1I I honor guest. Mrs. Bonnie L. Bush supervised activities at
GIVES YULETIDE EVENT Anthony D. Oree, 311 W. I i this affair assisted by Mrs. Pierce and Mrs. B. C. Green

The Believe It or Not Sav- 18th St., age 34 and Cornelia *
ing Club sponsored its Christ Cason, 1112 W. 5th St age 28 I I
may party recently in the Geo. Reeves, 151$ W- 22nd. I Ili.. __ ; Mrs. Janice Reynolds of this city is spending the Holidays
home of Mrs. Rebecca Moore St., age 36 and Faye Hart, S!: i in Columbus Ohio'with relatives.

779 Spearing StretAMARANTH 1634 W. 29th St., age 25- i

Chester Boyles, 1302 Wil-
Ruth Parrott of 1189 Durkee Drive hostess
COURT 47 and Ella
cox St., age M.
SLATES MEETING Williams, 1121 Pac.etti St. s i I.e when the Zenith Ladies held their annual Christmas party.

Mrs. Queen ,B' Williams, age 41. The five invited guests included Mrs. Mary Jones. Mrs.

Rayal Matron of Amaranth Willie Buchanan, Mrs. Elizabeth Harris. Mrs. Lillle B.
Court 1. Order WesleyVilliams, 1330 Francis I
of Eastern i : Blackshear and Mrs. Lois Avery RandelL each of whom
Star has announced that the St., age 35 and Annie L. : ; i
Amaranth Court will hold its Simmons, 1330 Francis St., \t' received a lovely gift.

regular meeting, January 22. age 38. : 1 Club members revealed the names of Christmas sisters

Plans for the annual nartv Claude Boscom, 1165 E. 24 Svc ; and exchanged gifts in the traditional manner.
will be discussed. St. 32 and Christine a i
age @ 4. 4 rvy
Franklin :! High scorers for the evening were Mrs. Mary Louise
Epps, 3822 St., age {
A i !!:::!i:(rfiirS rXr::!rsn ll::!r: 29. -5 Breaker, Mrs. Evelyn Jasmin, and Mrs. Catherine Burns,
I while Mrs. Inez Washington qualified for the special gift.
I Greetings And iti I Washington Williams, 1337
Lee St., age 55 and Eula M. w' Members attending the party included Miss Mary Prime,
Best Wishes! Young, 1618 Logan St., ae 43 I'LL, ,, Mrs. Mildred Christopher, Mrs. Willie Mae Smart, Mrs.
il Eugene L. Norton, 2318 Da Elizabeth Jones, Mrs. Hazel Lillienthal, Mrs. Mary Dumas,
\\1 vis St.,age 25 and Severia A K t waLES and Mrs. Claudia Burris-

II Boles, 1731 Hiram St.,age 24* S t .
-fp. ti George Wm Washington,
Mr. Lawrence Moman, Jr. is home for the Holidays. He
: Jr., 1199 W. 24th St., age 31
w 4p9N and Sara E Davis, 1162 W is a student at Meharry Medical College, Nashville, Tenn
I 21st St., age. 28 essee.
i tr.t
k w S t s t
Henry L. Williamson, 1108

I {f Oakley St., age 25 and Constance Mrs. P. J. Jenkins of 1831 Davis Stret was hostess when
Crosby, 1026 Oakley
Mi .
i Stage22. CAMELLIA SOCIAL CLUB Members of the Les Camellia Social Club the Hellenesians held their seasonal meeting.Mrs.
fJli' are seen planning for the annual Christmas party which will be held December 27. Vanorian Schell and Mrs.. Emmalee T George were
l"i) In the top photo are Miss Carolyn Gamble and Miss Deloris Wright. In the bottom
with the latter the prize. ,
i / itI photo seated from left are: Mrs. Mary Lou Pleas. vice-president Mrs. Virginia Free- special guests receiving guest
OES CHAPTERS man secretary, Mrs. Dorothy Thomas. chaplain and Mrs. Mattie Pearl Harding, treas Club prizes were won by Mrs. Leola Dudley, Mrs. Ber-

I I II ANNOUNCE MEET urer. In the same order standing are: Mrs. Flossie Parson, Mrs. Bertha'Armstrong, nice Hamilton, Mrs. Leona Bennett, and Mrs. Carolyn
Mrs. Christine Gilbert and Mrs. Mae Willie Lee. Washington.Other .
:, All matrons and their chap members of the Helleiiesian family attending the .
I I ters OES, wroking under the! ABOUT PEOPLEMcKinley metnig included Miss Margaret Williams, Mrs. Evelyn
205 Broad Street
J : Jurisdiction of Prince Hall Barnes, Mrs. Pearl Miller, Mrs. Kathyrn Robinson, Mrs.
-/-I i Masons AF and AM have I Geraldine Jones, and Miss Bernice Griffin.t .
_JSJSli : : : been asked to meet, December Washington is
m z:SS1 z x : txssI2b1Ytz SI =I 28 at 630: p.m. at the convalescing in his home at Christmas presents wereexchanged and the names of
S St. Paul AME Church to attend 420 Harrison Street. He is 6 s sP sr < I secret sisters revealed at th meeting. .

I i t the Thanksgiving service the leader of District No. 1 '
of the
t order. of the Mt. Carmel Baptist
\ ) !t Church. The upstairs clubroom of The Lincoln Golf and Country

It !I i ::U:lsS: JSt s Club (formerly the Fla-Jax clubroom) was the setting for

i !t S y ., the annual party held by the College Park School faculty,
I 4 !t n .MII Miss E- Nina McCall is con
Mr. R. Lynon, principal.
C. valescing in the home of her
It' !
i III brother and sister-in-law, Sponsoring teachers included Mrs. Dora Anderson. ,
I II III Mr. and :Mrs. Ben McCall, 14 Mrs. Mayola Robinson Mrs. Martha Matthews, Mrs. Lydia

w I 44 West 5th Street, followingan Williams, Mrs. Mildred Davis, Mrs. Delphine Brinson, Miss
accident in Miss
I adttRGo $ !I 1 I, McCall is a member Tampa.of the Lucinda B. Stewart, Mrs. Emma Gillis, Mrs. Alean Tarver,

II! SI Mt. Vernon Baptist Church and Mrs. Josephine Cleveland.
II OES 105 and the Westside S .
I our heartfelt I I Community Club. >bo ::: "

8I I ''assr It R Miss Doris Payne Mrs. Delores Montague, and the
it I a v : latter's little daughter Diedre, are spending the Holidays
I wishes of happinessat |t ::1 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lamb of In Jacksonville as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Boulknighl -

I S 'I 1296 West 28th street left the V :( 1368 West Fourteenth Street. .
Christmastime! jjl jjlBROADNAX B' city recently for Madison to
To All I attend the funeral of Mr The ,Entre Nous Bridge Club met last Saturday ensuing

i I 1 Lamb's mother- in the home ,of Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons 722 Wee Eighth
Of Our Friends I It .
| S s a s Helen .M.
Street. with Mrs. Lydia Hart Sweet and Mrs. ,
Edward Pugh of 152Q W.20th .,
I And Patrons Mrs. Toney was the recipient of the goes
t Toney as guesi.
SERVICE STATION/1 I Street is ill i his home.' ___m __ ___ __ ....__ _'-______.
i He is a mmeber of Lodge 61 prize
State St.
816 W. J 19. rotherhood of Mail and NUPTIAL RITES Mr. and Mrs. Alvin G. White are Club prizes were awarded to Miss Mozelle Bruton and

I Phone EL 4-92S4 J & Davis I IJI Baggage Handlers. seen after reciting their marital vows recently.Mrs. Miss Theora Leggins-
I J. N. BROADNAX. Mgr. |!II White is the ''former Miss Norma Ruth Solomon,

I : ;M 1 1r S. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Solomon, and a memberof Members present included Mrs. Doris G. Bennett, Miss
the faculty of Isaiah Blocker Junior High School. Ruth M- Broome, Mrs. Charlotte Stewart, Mrs. Ruby
MUSAJBiJChUssjsHssrarara Mrs. Mamie W. Clay is re- I Mr. White-is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George White, and Humphrey, Mrs. Helen Hart, Miss Lauretta Jenkins, Mrs.
i a member of the faculty of Oakland Elementary School. and Mrs. Frances Johnson.
'"'"' cuperating in her home at 11 Thompson,
II 56 West 23rd Street, follow .
. S S
i ing several days in the hos DR. S. MASSIEWILL the Summer institute will be

_ rtPPs" II pital. She is a member of the centered around two courses: Mrs. Sylvia Bennett Belton is spending the Christmas

I Mary McLeod Bethune Cir- Basic Concepts in Chemistryand vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bennett. Sr.,

iI cle. DIRECT Basic Concepts in Phy- 1526 West Fifth Street. She was accompanied by other

IJ I sics. Dr. Massie'will direct relatives Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Gealherc of Washington. D-C-

) r -7 ? iI Mrs. Clottee Hicks left the; the program with Dr. JamesR. who stopped overnight while en route to Winter Haven.
I city recenlty for Los Ange-I SUMMER STUDY Lawson, chairman of Fisk the .
les, Calif., where she will physics department, acting as Mrs.. Belton Is a student at American University In
I spend her vacation ,as house NASHVILLE, Tenn-Fifty: Capitol City. --
I guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jennie high school science teachers associate director. f i .
I Booker. She is a member of from across the nation will This Institute will be an-

I I New Mt. Olive Baptist study at Fisk University next. other in a series of Fisk Uni- The Charming Ladies Bridge Club held its annual Christ-
IW Church and other organiza- Summer and get paid for of Mrs. Ernest-
I : versity projects in science mas party last Friday evening in the home ;
tions. Before returning home doing it.
education designed to strengthen ine Poole, at which time a check was presented the :
1 .
: i he.will visit in Chicago, Dr. S. P. Massie chairmanof the nation's scientific I Jacksonville Urban League. :
the chemistry departmentat
W program. Others have included -
I I Mrs. B. C. Emanuel, Mrs Fisk, has announced thata the Sith Chemistry Con- Many guests were present, and Santa paid an early visitto
and Mrs of from the .
? Rosalie H. Jenkins grant $64,300 ference in 1955, Infra-Red club members.
I : II
Neola Bess accompanied Mrs.L National Science Foundationwill
Spectroscopy Institute held
II H. Holmes and son, John support a Summer Insti-' each Summer, special The membership roster is comprised of Mrs. Pearl Cohen, ,
I Hightower to.Tampa to at- tute aimed at producing bet- in science education programs in Mrs. Sophie White, Mrs. Ruth Carter, MrsClevel Cromar'l

I,' tend the Florida Annual Con- ter.high school science teacher 1354 and 1955,and In-Service tie, Mrs. Lillian Stukes, Mrs. Hortense Jones Brewington,

I'I ference which was held at Institutes ni Chemistry held Mrs. Poole, Mrs. Helen Grimes, Mrs. Vermal Glover, Mrs.
.1, Tyler Temple Methodist Teachers accepted for the in 1958 and scheduled for
I Church. They also visited eight-week: institute will re 1959. Josephine Cleveland, Mrs. Dorothy Dunlap, and Mrs. Del

I Sgt, _Richard Emanuel and ceive stipends ,of $75 per phine Brinson.
DR. L B. CHILDS family at MacDill Field; Sgt week, plus $15 per week for Detailed information on S. e e e
I Robinson the Summer Institute be
Hardy in Lincoln each dependent up to four can
GENERAL PRACTICE OF MEDICINE Il Heights; and Mrs. Fannie and maximum of $80 travel obtained by writing Dr. Sam- To the many readers of this column and ..friends of The
y K 953.DAVIS STREET Williams, cousin' of Mrs.,Jenkins expenses. uel p. Masie, Fisk University Florida Star. we wish for you the merriest CHriiim&n: erer
UW4 mas in St. Petersburg. Beginning June 15, 1959 Nashville 8,' Tennessee. and a Bright 114 prosperous Now Year. J


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East Florida Co werence Sets Women's Convention/


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.. .". + ." .. service will be held at
.,.". .. ....'. T light
.. .m.. A ...jarc. the St. Paul Lutheran Church
] : 2730 W. Edg wood Avenue,

December 24 from 11 p.m. to
; .. '. 4 :'., 4 g 112 o'clock."The .
I j Birth of Christ in

.Li. 1 .. Scripture and Song," will be
. the theme of the service. The

'y. n singing of Christmas carols
F.' will be led by the senior choir

i' directed by Julian Houston.:
Pastor James Bouman will
( .
s deliver the sermon entitled
\ "Christ, the Living Word."
\ Invitations have been ex-
9 4 .1.. ./:,' tended to the public to attend
5 t
/ v o. of the service.
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'k I Joint fellowship serviceswill
1 ; be held in the Mt. Ararat

a x'H. 1. s >.. s'/. I Baptist Church, December 28
at 2:30 p.m.vith the Rev.
II. II. Wright in charge.
t. f .
4 ,< n ::: Christmas service will be

+ 4. t, t : held Thursday morning at 5
:;.W: All choirs and ushers
.:':I i; .:. will a.m. serve.

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: .,.: The Pastor and Deacon'sCouncil
: :: .. meeting will be held,
: :; : f at the
$; I December 27 at p.m.
v. ( church.
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: : .' The Sunday School Department -
.; .,' : I will present its Christ-

PRE-CHBISTMAS TEA Ushw Board 1 of Mi. Ararat Baptist Church spon* In the top right photo standing from left are: Mrs. Aldora Blackshear. Gertie I mas program, December 28.
sored a pre-Christmas Tea recently in the home of Mrs. Willie C. Donaldson 5405 Davis. Mrs. Emma L- Stukes Robert Goodman. Mrs. Pearl Timmon. Deacon Timmon I Mrs. Beatrice Smith and Mr.
Avenue "B". Mrs. Daisy Belha, Donald Johnson. Mrs. Mary L. Hayman Mrs. Annie L. Winter and I George Smith Sr. are the di-

f Seen in the top left photo from left are: Mrs. Louella B. Gay. Mrs. Louella A. Mrs Cornie Clark. I rectors. ..
Jones. Mrs. Maggie L. Phillips. Mrs. Catheine Moore Mrs. Fina Mae Archie. Mrs. Seated from left are: Mrs. Edna Evans Mrs. Dorothy Johnson. Mrs. Lessie Wright
Corine William, Mrs- Fannie Waits Mrs. Mattie Everett. :Mrs. Janie F. Cannon Mrs. Mrs. Willie M. Thomas and Mrs.' Rosa L. Johnson.

Eloise Robinson and Mrs. Annie Bell William. In the bottom right photo are: Bishop Donaldsno. Adam Brizall. W.E'. Patterson, 1 NEW BETHEL
In the bottom left photo are: Mesdam3s Willie Mae Goodman Isobell Stewart Mrs. Emily Thomas Mrs. Ruby L. Johnson Mrs. Viola Murral L. W. Lesure, Mrs. CHURCH INSTALLS
Velma Lopez, Ruth Carter and Winnie, Donaldson.. Clarence Warren. Mrs. C. G. Johnson -and S. S. Hartley. j 'OFFICERSNEW


i j' League ef New Bethel

The 96th annual celebra-I Day Spring Baptist Church DELEGATES FOR CONVENTION CHURCH OF GOD i i[ The Sunday School Depart AME Church is making"plans
tion of the Emancipation Proclamation :i I|will hold candlelight carol i IN CHRIST ment of New Bethel 1 AME for the New Year under the
will be celebrated, 'service, December 25 at 5 a. I RENDERS CHRIST j I Church elected officers re- leadership of Leonard Rob-
Jauary 1 at 10:45 a. m. in the II'i m. with the Rev. C. A. Wea- The East Florida Conference Branch Missionary Society,! PROGRAM :i i, cently for 19517:; with the Rev. erts who serevs as president. "b-
Mt; Zion AME Church, New- ver, pastor in charge of the AME Church, in its annual sesion, convening in connectionwith i I The Christ program will,be- F. J. Jones, pastor pte iding.I For the coming year the- ,
nan and Beaver Streets, ac- pulpit services. the East Florida annual conference, elected the following presented in the Church. ofGod Officers Frank i group endeavors to-: Elect
are: J. Don-
cording to the Emancipation I Music will furnished by missionary officials as delegates to the Women's Quad-I in Cmrist, Elder W. F I I aldson, superintendent Paul of more teachers to fit the needs

Committee of Jacksonville.AjJfd' I the combined choirs and rennian Convention which will be held in Detroit. Michi-j Faust, pastor, December 28at ;,Williams, assistant ;superintendent tendance every person, maintain in regular classes at-
The delegates are: Mrs. W.I 7:30, p. m. during the Y:P Ruth McMillan
fftJn Jigs been arranged : choruses. R. Akery,Mrs. A. R. Richardson MRS. AGNES HAYESTO W. W- hour. Mrs. Ollie i cond assistant Leonard, se- such as Adult Class department
for the occasion featuring [I i All members and friends Mrs. R. A. King, and: Brawn, reporter. Roberts, third*assistant. J. the senior class department
asked t bring a SPONSOR EVENTA ; the primary class de-
been a
some of the city's lead have Mrs. T.E., Shehee; Alternates; j ,
ing artists. 'I l'candle I for this special service Jrs, G. B Gardner, Miss --, Teachers are: Eleanor Mcbride partment and encourage more

___ ___ __cv .r_s xr_rzsr sr r_ r Delphine Thomas, Mrs. A.J.I musical program w u hp CHRISTMAS PROGRAMSET i Jennie Brook Randolph members 0 f New Bethel
;Church to
Dayley ahd Mrs. I. D. presented at t beSt. Mark FOR DECEMBER 28" Bracy, A. B. Williams, support the League -
and to increase
Baptist, December 28 featuring FALATKA Mt. Zion Robert Maxwell, James McAhster dona-
son.Administrative Primitive Baptist Church I :tions toward the cause of the
and ,
office members Mrs. Laura Jackson SHeppard Johnson, +
are: Mrs. Frank J. Jones he Sons of Prayer at 8 t). m. Sunday School will presentits George Bruton, Gloria Adams League than in the past that
L-G will be ; annual Christmas program Leonard Roberts ;the department expense may
Mrs. A. D. Harris, Mrs. Also .appearing Annie M. be
? : paid, to welcome visitors
Genwright, Mrs. A. H. Solomon Timmons, the Master December 28th. Sneed, Sandra Newsom, Min of
Thorpe, Miss Polly Brooks Keys, Cavilier Singersand On New Year's Eve. watch eryia Brown, Betty Jean Mo church.any religious faith or

a and Miss Ada Barrier. others. meeting will be held all night Millan, Jessie Coon, Annette All
I Bishop and Mrs. S.Gre eI The Gospel Echoes of Jacksonville Johnson, Gwendolyn Greene Leaguers are urged to
I Mrs Agnes Hayes is spon- do their share in Stmday
I presided over the session, soring the program. will furnish music and Marian School
with :Mrs. John Johnson and and coffee will be served at cr: r :crs
midnight. r r xsssr::: ;:crsn B:1:: r=
eeiyd M:is s Polly Brooks, clerks; '' it
Mrs. A. H. Thorpe and Mrs-
7 Xf an Ya the Willie Mae Hart, tellers. NEW SALEM CHURCH SHILOH BAP. CHURCHSLATES ,- I
Prayer service was held by CHRISTMAS \\
coming year be the branch for the recoveryof SERVICE ;
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MrsW.. E. A. Harris, whois I A Christmas- candlelight oo. \
one of- happinessfi rt. a patient at Brewster Hos- SANFORD The New Sa- service will be held fu-th I (1. .. \ 1
pital following a n injury. lem Primitive Baptist Church Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist l I.( \ .\ Ir. :
She. is the_youth director of will present its Christmastree Church, December 25. The ri .. .. I I
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the East Florida :Conference ,December 25 at 41 Wil young people will take lead ::: J
liam Clark Court. I in the service and: the Rev.I ,-<

? Watch meeting will be held,. A. B. Coleman, pastor will '
MT. OLIVE SUNbAY December 24-, !deliver the special sermon. I II It may not lx po iill. for us to sefryoa

LINCOLN & NEW DEAL SCHOOL PRESENTSThe The pastor was presenteda I I i ."personally daring lit Jollity

CAB COMPANY preaching robe; recently by I 3HURCII SCHOOL .PLANS ii CUSOI1- so hen our wlsli to all for'
the Pastor's Aid Board. The Sunday School
Sunday School department Depart-I lL. most Joyotu ClrUlmt It--f
ment of Mt. Olive
r ,
> Mt. Primitive
of the Olive -
Baptist Church will present
iM Church will
wa:: j;:., := Baptist its annual Christmas present SPECIAL SERVICE their annual playlet and i SPEARS BROTHERS FURNITURE CO.

and tree December 28 HELD BETHEL Christmas Tree Sunday, Dec-
play ember 28, at 7:00 in the base- 325 Broad Streeta" i
at 7 p. m. in the basementof Phone EL 54641'rn
iJOY I ment of the church, corner of I
F the church.
I will Special services were held I :Myrtle Ave. and Fourth St.
The church sing
Tuesday night at Bethel
i Christmas carols and Christ Baptist Church when Rev.

I (t mas playlet will be presented Robert H. Wilson preachedthe
'<)2 Santa Claus will be presentand
I sixth in a series of sermons

BB Bn tended invitations to the general have been public ex "Questions'from Jesus the Asked.theme" ;

'' I I to attend the program. Tuesday night's sermon is r

n M If your Ntshllas he.61rd t AME WIVES titled" "The Gift and the a
Giver, which was a pre-

1- nth aots..n.ppiA.u,u'will", "qu ituou9hoo.ih.Y.at u I II I GIVE YULE PARTY Christmas The fourth message.Sunday in this

t month will mark the first
A New Year's party will SHOP AND SAVEAT
of broad-
anniversary weekly .
I To faithful'old friends to cherished new frIes>d&. be given by the AME Wives casts of a portion of the YOUR NEARESTDAYLIGHT
To ,those whose friendships we hope io earn Alliance, January 1 in the morning worship service as
It is a pleasure to extend I I cafetorium at. Edward College conducted from Bethel.
I BEST WISHES of the Season at 6 p. m. Throughout the year, the -
And'may your New Year be i iIt. I A turkey dinner will be church has received hun- STORE

One-of happiness and prosperity. } served according to Mrs. J. dreds of calls and letters

I II I W. Jones, president of the from shu -ins and incapaci-
ATTY. I alliance. .. tated members :and friends r
and Mrs. Luvinia M. Robinson Highlighting i the event will expressing their appreciation BE SURE TO VISIT OUR NEW STORE AT ?.{.
I be the. wishing well funma- in having the opportu. .
21st & MONCRIEF .
I .Real Estate Brober
-Registered kers and other activities. nity-.share in the services
16th Street EL 6-0558 "I1" Names of "Heart -,, ,. Plearr ol n.ISpace: :;.: -..;.:,' r.- ..,
: 531 W., Sisters"- through the means of their : ;: Lf<: .., :'- ,
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I ''I yn Candlelight service will be
? ,\\ DAYTONA BeachRussell that she had been invited to The leaders of the group conducted in the Zion Hope

A n. .....::....................::..................';.'. .%.................................. u Lindquist, vice president of serve as one of six resource hope to develop a series of I ZIMMERMAN Funeral I Baptist Church by the pastor .
I 14 :.it i the Community Council for leaders for the International opportunities for interchange services were held in the the Rev. E. R. Simpson,
!%it 't7 {\\ \ a International Student Hospitality Student Seminar being heldat of ideas and consequent growth I chapel of C. M. Shaw for j December 25>, beginning at
I n t! .......... ....... notified Miss Mary Miami YMCA Camp, located of international under Mrs. Rosa WW.. Zimmerman -j 5 a.m.
)I n .g........... '"f.'''\\'\' t.i L. Divers, head of the Department at Lake Placid duringthe standing in Florida.I I of 115 Stewart Street! Choir No. 1 and 2 and Usher -
11 of Social Scienceat p e r i o d of December 27 The theme of the seminar Survivors include: daughters Board No. 3 will serve durIF -
Bethupe-Cookman College through January 1, 1959- is "Exploration 0 f Practical MrsIda M. Wynn, Miss Alberta !
OC2.7., .... ....________ Ways of Creating Understanding Zimmerman; sons,Harry c c r r:n sxe
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nwLiJ..AIVAJ.: 7JS7r 1) R1ti7..Jti7A7QLo- 7AJ :7/w ?'lJwrn'ti 1.J 1V1 7iJ 7i 7\i.V w and Good and Charles Zimmerman
I r ilf' I In Relationships, ,
i nd will be discussed around sisters, MesdamesIda Holley Greetings And I

ultural influences which Irene Pouncey and Ola M.: i Best Wishes l I I
have developed barriers as Dunn; brother, Lenzie Way, !
!! n ......" iin 1L we see them.Attendance. stepmother, :Mrs. Rosa Way.

n .l' ...\.\.... ...'. "..............tx. .... Vi : will be limitedto ccszrr: : ra t.a F I

!1&& I I a t t;**. :.j (;ttf/ .1 ii' whom 50 students will be ,American one-third stu-of MERRY CHRISTMAS t : I II

...... .. i1 i dents. Anyone is residence FROM ,a1t4
study at colleges or universities I
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& t States is .
,1& eligible.SCOUTERS ):S 1f.t:: 1S I I
fined wishes iiI
B Our fresh
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!! For ev.ry one or YO".. H s We Repair .
1! May your CJirotm,,U fcappy i BANQUET .
t! I r
011 Stoves and Heaters 0I
from too! PLANNED FOR JAN.
And aD of nest year 2
Economy Drug Store 8a 1\\ U SCOUTERS BANQUET ta We Repair and Clean I

Prescription Specialists0.. O. OLDS The Cherokee Annual Electric Irons and Toasters
Your: Good Will GARBAGE DISPOSAL i Scouters Banquet will be held -alsoVenetian I .
Our Greatest Assets d January 2, in the cafetoriumof Blinds 1 CHERRY'S '1
l 2! 900 KINGS ROAD n $! 2031 Enwood Terrace i Matthew. Gilbert High Cleaned and Repaired a 'J
& PHONE EL 4.4707 j Phone FL 9.7522_ $ School at 7:30 P.M.vith Iubert WESTSIDEREPAIR 2 Cocktail Bar & Lounge !

srsxcr> rssr ; t sr tw ress ........ E. Langley, president of 1943 Kings Rd. i
North SHOP
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a Boy Scouts of America as 1471 W. 5th St. EL 6.5877 1139 West .Jn
n DU CI n ow4III and guest speaker. t_t-GL c 4 cRL LR :=..
J i q Den Mothers of the Cher- titer 3:5E ss]csnEaj ia rss!2SB3n s a ss sz srss ssfic sfw
OS ero uts ew okee Division will serve as
l hostesses for the banquetand
II W are making all efforts to
assist in making the Scouters.
It 4L WINN-DIXIE STORES afair an enjoyable one*.
f .
\ ri Scout leaders and officals
tft ft ), I ( / 5I. throughout the North Flor-
ida Council, Regional and Na-
':" Q Ut; d I t1 tional Boy Scout Headquarters -
I. : The Field Scout Execu- + ir+
tive Annual s
Report and Recognition -
{ For all these the most
year appropriate
/ of Scout and Cub
'. greeting of all. when we /ay "Nul)' 5 o Leaders and boys are plan-
n Christmas ning to be of the din- BEST WISHES FOR
it !* expressed wllli genuine, W a part
of ner meeting.All A HAPPY & PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
appreciation its true meaning.
r persons planning on at-
d tending the banquet are ask- Carter's Funeral Home |
1 DAVID CONCRETE PRODUCTS ed to purchase their tickets
in advance as no tickets will O. C. JERNIGAN, SR. SAMMIE L. DAVIS. SR.I|
I be sold at the door on the Owner Manager fj
1 940 Bond Avenue I It may not be possible for us to see night of the affair. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bossard g

i (IOU personally during lie holiday The Cherokee Division, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Reeves
Phone EL 6.2519 W e* der the leadership of L. :M. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Peele $
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rss>zu tie most CLmtmas
joyous erer. .Argrett, chairman; James If. Mr. Ardrlck H. MOD oro. l gEL !
1 S Steeley, vice-chairman; J. F. S
Dr. and Mrs. James R. Henderson Patterson, vice-chairman\ 4-0545 Ambulance Service EL 4-0546
u'V \L. !& and daughter, Stephanie *1 "* *- A. Mackey, district commis- 925 929 West Beaver
nB sioner; L. R. Aarons, field n .1
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a commissioner; and M.\ L. i srsxu s t ssn rsns :: r rsstzxx r r I$::{rss ss.I : rsss
1\\ :.I. l: Rudd field scout executive.

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Kindergarten Department of IS ALUMNI GUESTThe i ,I .

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CUMMINGS NURSERY SCHOOL Jacksonville Chapterof -
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the Bethune-Cookman Al- "
BB Will Hold Their umni Association had as their I;( I
guest during the monthly J4. 'I

Christmas Program, Monday Night, Dec. 22, meeting, Mrs. Frances Black-

i !nB & 7:30 P.M. at the School 1359 W. 19th St. ates ett, one of the of two first living class gradu-of Be- I May Hi+* gaiety of the MMM Tighten your burls with hoar I Iw

thune-Cookman College was .of plus,. fat wil endure .1''
throughout At
PATRONS and FRIENDS ARE INVITED in the city recently. toeing it

B Is. % Mrs. Blackett spoke to the I W

J Mrs. Cummings Supervisor group briefly on the "Philos- ?8 i CAVALIER CLEANERS & LAUNDRY 8W
: ophy and Life of. Dr. Mary\ W I
s McLeod\ Bethune." Nathaniel W 612 West Ashley Street 8
Davis, president of the Chap- U FL 4.1629 2m W
n'U ter, stated Mrs.\ Blackett, who
s x cr r s :{rsnr xia
x ssv v;ss. srss s iswc t x s s s ts x>s xr now resides in Amityville, iI
B J Long Island, New York, will
BIA return to Florida
i in shortly. II
J The next meeting will be I
I 1905 Walnut Street I 1 held the second Sunday in

2 F 1W January at the A. L. Lewis
DUVAL LAUNDRYa Branch YWCA, '582 W. 3th
8 i .a. it Street. I I Ii
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W a HOLD MASS MEET A wish.d1at. mJ T aftW ili1
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The JIOi
Army DeCoursey Missionary it
/ w Pii1 Society of Bethel ?1 1 1 and Char to pi '.fl
Baptist Institutional
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SEIZERS STORES Mass\ meeting December 28 at | FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN 'i
1'E i :3:30 p.m. at the church.
n 4 l 5U !A VIz Mrs.\ > McCIeary. of ML 16 Laura StreetSEASONS'S .
U ,fi sste' 5W Calvary Baptist Church will ; I
r 4 rn M be the speaker and Mrs.\ Gus-
r:: s:=: "
u sie Paige \uill be soloist.
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ST. AUGUSTINE' The' WASmNGTONThe Internal CELEBRATED 7t Southeastern Athletic Con-

"Con Game" worked success Revenue Service is reviewing ference met in the 45th ann

fully on an aged victim who!l the tax-free statusof I ual session December 6, 1958at
was fleeced out of $711 by' the NAACP and its legal the South Carolina Area

a 'white woman "who put a defense fund, both deeply involved Washington, DC-, Decem- Trade School, and declared

spell on her," police reported. in the battle over ber 12. ',19 5 8 Americans Claflin University the offi-
Mrs. Florence Turner, the school integration. everywhere will join in the t cial champions, picked the
victim not only lost all of The I.R. S. 'won't say what thirty-fourth annual celebra- Coach of the Year and selected

the money she had in the its charges are, homever, of- tion of Negro History Week. the All-Conference teams.
bank but an additional $51 ,ficials say the two groups February 815- The theme of Coach Page Sanders of

in relief funds, police said have made some changes to the observance will be "NE, Claflin was chosen coach of

Here is the way the confidence bring them more in the line GRO HISTORY A. FOUNDA- : the year after winning the

game was worked, i, with I. R. S. standards. TION FOR A PROUD 1. I II conference championships in
police officer Blil Hahn said: Officials have announced AMERICA" I I basketball, track and football
The white woman, describedas hat they plan to remove the The AH-SEAC first team: '

dark skinned and about t a x exemption of the Con- A special feature 0 f the Eddie Bratton, end-Claflin;

50, approached Mrs. Turner stitution and Free Enterprise 1959 Negro History Week will 1 Elijah McGraw, en d.savan-

last Saturday and told her Foundation, Inc., after find- be the second celebration of TAPPED DURING FAMU HONOR- SOCIETY PROGRAM- Kappa Iota Chapterof nah State; Roosevelt Bryant,

sha had a spell on her. Water ing it "is neither organizednor PROUD .AMERICAN DAY, the Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Society Increased its fold as eight neophyteswere tackle-Claflin; James Robinson -

was ,sprinkled on the victim operated exclusively for which is slated to occur on inducted:,during the annual tapping eerdses held at Florida A&M University last Albany State; Leroy
e to help remove the spell and purposes that would permit the birth dates of 'Abraham week. Neophytes tapped were Marvin Davies Miami ((1)); Edith Bowers Panama Brown, guard Savannah

the woman told her to draw the continuance of such exemption -, Lincoln and Fredrick Doug- City; Theodore Hunter Jacksonville: Mae F Triplet, Tallahassee; Alexe Freeman. State; Robert Bowen, guard.

her money out of the bankto ." The foundation has lass, February twelfth and Miami; Alfred Pinkston Ocala: and Theodore Rose Orlando. Dr. H. D' Goode. (not Albany State; Elijah Hatcher

get"rid of the spell. denied publishing propaganda February fourteenth. respec- shown) :Pensacola dentist and president of the Florida A&M University National center-Florida Normal;Frank

'The white woman left, and has said it will fight tively. ., -* Alumni Association was made an honorary member. President George W Gore Jr. is Lowery quarterback-Florida

taking clothing and two the .I. R. S- move. Week is founder of the ,organization. (Photo by Horace Jones Jr.) Normal; David :Milligan,half
chairs which she claimed T.he Revenue Service has Negro History Associationfor I back-Florida Normal; Ulysses -

were being given to the taken more actions against sponsored the Study by the of Negro Life I MRS. VIVIAN BROOKS SALVATION ARMYENTERTAINS i Stanley, halfback-Savan
church: She returned last tax-exempt groups in the offices REESE BECOMES nah State; George Sergeant, ;
lar previous period, though and History, with general RECEIVES GOLD CUP KIDS fullback-Claflin.
Monday to learn,Mrs. Turner N.W
a't-1538 9th Street, ;
past than in simi- The All-SEAC second team
had withdrawn $200 which year any
the claimed wasn't ,enough. they disclose no total figures Washington, D- C. The educational As- DOm COACH Willie Troy, end-Albany
sociation is a non-profit State
; Louis Anderson, end-
She returned last ,Tuesdayand founded TALLAHASSEE Mrs. The Salvation Army enter-
organization -
the victim had with- EMANUEL DISTRICTS tained the children Claflin; Richard Williams,
G.Wood- : crippled
Dr. Carter selec-
by Vivian S Brooks was, tackle-Paine Wilson
; Lloyd ,
drawn,additional money from SLATE MEETINGS the diseminat'on LOS ANGELES, Calif ; with
son and dedicated to ted the '"Outstanding Woman at Brewster Hospital a tackle-Albany State Willie
the bank and added her $51 ;
baseball ,
information greatest
of the Tallahassee I Christmas
old of the Year' by party recently. Dukes guard-Savannah State k
amounted age pension check, which District 'No. 1 of Emanuel bout Negro Publishers,with players of all time has come Branch/ of the National i More than 100 children from Jeremiah Clark, guardFlor -

The white to a woman total of $711. Baptist Church will hold its offices also in the nation's to field the end.of his career when as he a Association of College Wo- other counties were presentto ida Normal; James Davis,
pre- media for performer
meeting, December 21 in the capitol, serves as a cen t e r.savannah State A-
tended to ;
sew the money ina of the and distributingbooks igned a contract last Thursday -I I men.Mrs. ; hear the singing of carols
library church at 3 printing vaughn Jenkins halfback-
pillow and told her victimt pamphlets and other tar become a coach fro LeRoy Collins, pre- and listen to selections by ,
p. m. Florida Normal =
sleep on it that night and I material about the race in the Dodgers. and that man sented Mrs. Brooks a gold the band who furnished music -', ; Moses King,
the spell would vanish. The A meeting will be held in halfback, Savannah State;
the United States and foreign was Harold (Pee Wee) Reese for their entertainment. .
the home of Mrs. Bertha Frank Ferrell, quarterback- -
next morning when Mrs. Tur- who served for a long timeas cup.Dr.
Jones 462 countries. Marian D. Irsih head Christmas the Salvation Albany State Walker
ner cut open the pillow she Goodwin Street % captain of the team. Every ; Leroy ,
found nothing but a folded Sunday for District No- 3 at The Association issues a During the playing days ofPee of the political science department presents a special program fullback-Florida Normalw =

newspaper and rags. 4 p. m. District No- 17 will monthly magazine called The Wee, he was consideredone of Florida State to the little ones con. r ranx si BB: :>s rss!:::sg
met in the home of Mr. and Negro History Bulletin, edit- of the best shortstops in University, was the principal tiDed at the hospital.GREETINGS J a

Mrs. Clarence Countryman. ed by Mr. Brooks and the the game, and from the time speaker at the meeting held
\' SAY YOU SAW IT District No. 15 will meet Journal of Negro Jackie Robinson in the Charles Winter Wood : ia
broke into
scholarly $l JSIJsnSJi: : : $ =;lJSJsnS: : Iro1YOu
in the basement of the church Theater on the at JM
IN THEFLORIDA History, edited by Dr. Brewer. major league baseball, he campus i
tv 'December 21 at 3 p. m. A! The Journi i is s quarterly proved 'himself to be one of Florida A&M University. I 'AND 1 t'

t ...' STARS meeting will be held in the publicatior. Tackies strongest supporters.He Mrs. Bernyce Clause, I

home of Mrs., Mattie Tuton, Editorial continued his friendship president of the branch___ ___ presided i I BEST WISHES[ W -t1 I
of the -- ---- n 1
308 Spruce Street for Dis Members with Roy Campanella Juniro I W ,
at the meeting. Other if R
....WORM.oA1 R""Ff trict No. 8 at 3 p. m- and Dis Board of the Negro History Gilliam.-oe Black Don New- offciers of the group are Mrs.I it t!, ,
trict No., 2 and 16 will Bulletin, besides Mr. Brooks, uW ,
SUFFERERS combe, Charlie Neal, John i Mary Brooks, vice president; W I
Jessie H. Roy,
home of Mr. and Mrs. are: Roseboro, Sandy Amoros and'young.IoJut
Mrs. Lillie S. Davis, secretaryand WI
IT TOO MIVX WT BUTTLE HUM, lWC &vrr.MTTD. S- Dozier, 385 Osceola Street- Washington, D, C-; Mrs. G- :Robinson.
PIIIGT0114.Ot OTKU COM Mrs. Selonia Blatch
pro- I
oa SCALP ..arI'AT .e. .D aILA11 vn I.ATF9U C, Turner, Washington, D.C. Reese replaced1 Leo Duro- Iv I
>TKAMUTORY KtUKT or TKK SCAUNO M M. James, Yeadon, Penn- gram .atYOtZR.
AND ITCKMO. ASK Ton OOCTO*. DUVOCOT.BAOT1CIAH cher as the Dodger's short- :
OR BAUCX ABOOT POUVLAN... sylvania; Dr. Norman Walton 16 and i 'i
CHRISTMAS PARTY stop years, ago grewto Li
Montgomery, Alabama; become.the -manista of derful record of Pee Wee
!;: PLANNED BY UNITED Dr Marguerite: Cartwright, \\1 Go our heartfelt'
the Dodger.team. He playedin Reese, Vice President E- J. f 1 W1 a
lJr u. w New York and Mrs. N- L. \
11111 r1 R..I0W Ae re we..... eight All-Star games and (Buzzie) said after announcing W,
Milton, Washington, DC. seven World Series- the shift from the active g wishes of! happiness : I
I The In addition to Dr. Brewer, "We're proud of the won- list.Lcck -

:United Church Women will Editor, members of the editorial W W H et Christmasumel! AI\

give their Christmas party, Board of the Journalof I It i i1 -
Real Estate Decmeber 29 in the home of Negro History are: Dr. Smart From Head To Toe \\1 I 8 -

: Mrs. Elzora Gill, president at Mercer Cook ashington, D.C f With Ribbon The Management

$ LOANS $ 8 p. m. Dr Arthur P- Davis Washington 1- Iii I ED'S FOOD MKT.I | And Employees |

D. C-; Dr. John Hope I \\I
$2,000 -, ",- The InterdenominationalChoirs Phone EL 5-2714 g
$1.000 -
Franklin, Brooklyn, New Something old, or something new that you are wearing can
$4,000 up.to P ,OOO Union will rehetrse, York; Harold T. Pinkett, tae' on eye-catching smartness with a touch of nice, fresh Bur- I 1825 Davis Street | | LENAPE BAR I
December 28 at 4 in the .HnjjU.a ribbon. Whether: to adorn your hair, or add a gay note
Payable $1.00 per mo. per hundred p. m. Washington, DC,; Dr. Benjamin -
of color to a shoe nothing In the world gives you so much V g 644 West Ashley Street
on unpaid,balance at 6%. Greater Bethel AME Church ; Quarles, Baltimore,Md, wearing: pleasure as does ribbon. You'll like these practical Inexpensive Js: J: !

Let us help you to complete Pastoral Day' will be heldat Dr. J. Reuben Sheeler, Houston ideas! ixsrxsixanszsr. _..............""""' __} \_
the :Bethel CME Church 15I ,:::m::u 3CSJH 1C l JCaJ1
house refinance 58 ,, Texas Dr. Charles W.
your or ; ; NECK BOW.A lot of brightness I Mi
yean in the same place. January 11 and 25. Mrs.Mary Thomas, Washington, D. C. for little! A short length ,
can Green is thepastor.Pastoral and Dr. Lorenzo D. Turner, plaid ribbon with harmonizing
solid color taffeta ribbon I1*" I
Day will be heldat Chicago, Illinois. wide can add smartness to>
J. P. YOUNG Chappelle CME Church, r blouse, waist or. sweater. Cut i
The Association operateson ,, '!ength.l6--6% *nd 5*. Sandwich -
Mr. Kznmons or Mr. WalafeMala January 4 and 18. Rev. Mary: a nationwide basis with r + solid color between two> ((VtiJfr< and Keoree Green is pastor. branches and members in all layers of plaid. Gather at cen .

212 Usftonlo. Temple Btdf.PtMoeELUeit The Poverty Fun Club sections of the United"'States '. .' ter ribbon.; cover Notes gathers ends.with plain

held its, meeting recently in and abroad. A list of branch ljf iJiJti1f1.
EL: IaN the Mt Olive Primitive Bap- presidents includes: Mrs. Do FLATTERING HAIR ORNAMENT. ''
Mate it by combining :
Berlin New -771.
tist Chruch.. rothy Conley, '
two colors; a suggestion: pink .. -
Jersey Mrs. Frances Miller,, and red BurOfO ribbon. Form s...1".< ; I to all of you
San Francisco, California; E. Joops Harold Mason. Alameda, Cali ::tie with thread:at cen- I t .

forma; Mrs. C. H. Puryear, loop ter. 'One:bow. )v&Cake'anI"makes"one bow a>foor In ... -). I i. I

Long Branch California; Rev each color,,tae them .both at '. 1 ; 1 1 II

Now'i The .Time To Order Fith Quality New WS.Jersey. Smith; Fred, East Hart Orange Will, center to.-comb to ,velvet or-stitch''covered theminvisibly :: 0// : IIt

- 1 Clean Burning iams, Detroit, 'Mishigan; Mrs- bicycle clip and wear In 'hajr. aLOft GLAMOR. Ruffle or
For your stove or fireplace I New Cute!
C I A, G. Washington, Jackson pleat a 21length of candy
oa by the BAG cr by the TON stripe or plaid ribbon. !- wide,
Heights, Long Island, New ,for each glove. Stitch to cuff
ALL SEASONS ICE & FUEL CO. York; Miss G. P. McBrown, edge of glove. I

"Our 17th Year" St. Albans, Long Island,New I GRILL I
5883 Norwood Are PO 44511LILLY'S York; Mrs. E. H. Ingraham,

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; S 808 West Ashley Street
MrsG.. A. Robinson, New 1 .
s't L # ., York, New York; Miss F V. ;g3agDg3Erasgo 3 gXCTegoa 3res2Boass J:1JS

Turner, East St. Louis, "Illinois :; srsc X9nearca& iss B:> ci crsat>sxls q c tba:
; Cornelius Johnson, Battle -
Creek, Michigan; Mrs.

Hortense Beveridge, Brooklyn -
] New York; Mrs. Eunice

1907 Kings Bead at Spires H. Allen, Newberry, South SHOE ROSETTES. Sew'fc&nd
Carolina; Dr. Joseph IL Taylor running stitches along one edge ,
Durham, Nprth Carolina. of !%- wide plaid ribbon; I' e II
dray up gathers to form a cir-
Where Expel"leDcedPharmaclab Mrs. Rosetts Gaston, Brook cle. Secure thread end; tightlyto
Prepare 1M lyn, New York and Dr. Norm hold then sew rttion ends I

= Your Prescription Ac a n Walton, Montgomery, together on !arrocg _side. A '.
button'add.J right
Alabama. "
a cording to your doctor's +2 T E"FAS11IONOW.'Adds finishing touch. To, attach ro- __ gxc A wish thtf mighty cordial
Instructions, Usingonly The Association has available a fresh, gay touch to any dress! .sette to tlioe: usa slioe clips ;
Warm and
of moire aund in variety or shoe stores Friendly too
the best quality Requires 1H 'yards or
kit of
a material ofr use satin ribbon Z&-wtde.Cart ribOT' sew on to shoe with strong Hoping this teuoo will.bring .
:, drugs. 1 by school teachers and other bon in three pieces. ,IS";'.18".;- needle- and heavy thread. Joj"sa.!
: ..t citizens interested and 2 in spon- Lay piece ,
.for ends Fold ends"Ito center :: "
Dr. 1 soring local and state ;
a XL made Ftansacbte Dr. W. 9. Gntee celebra to.
on other two pieces form 1
._;- .:" -:. tion of-Negro History Week loops. tack*ends-with'stitchTor
; I I"coMPLTE'LtHECFa These are.for.. sale, at reason- two: to hold. Lay short loops on Ma' /GGm
A : longer ones: pinch together atcenter. Jrp
able prices:: Persons interested Wind :with thread, to I .
';. CoametinHuibw: l Goock -:- Candies -> SundriesPBESCKIFnONS should contact the ASN hold.,:Then Us 18- 'piece in ; ,-
single knot'-to cover center :
S. S ,OALUD POR AND DSJTBHsB- ,j LH*office Washington, D., ':notch. ends,:-If'jiatrower' "ribboa. .: ." I ,, .:_:'61,? WEST ASHLEY STREETCSIJ5SC ,
I c. is .used.;rxakeloops'shorter. '" rs
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Ending Saturday December 27. 1958' THE FLORIDA, STAR Page Seven "

Hyde Park Is Scene Of Ladies Of Links Tournament



Merry ., Moore Bids for Biggest TL': By Ted Carroll 0


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During the Holiday Season, a wonderful spirit of happiness .. J6 Y tib t C. Parham Johnson,
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and good cheer prevails throughout our land. To the GOLDENGLOVES All plans have-been completed for the first Open Golf
children its a time for excitement; and Santa's visit' on tournament to be held by thct Ladies of the Links Golfers
Christmas Eve is eagerly awaited. To the rest of us the _
and scenic
Guild scheduled for Dec 28 at the Beautuiful
Christmas season is a buy time of last minute shopping and The Wilder Athletic Club Hyde Park Municipal Golf Course.
preparing for the biggest feast of the year and the longest 3oxing team has opened practice This is the first attempt at

lasting to get in shape for the such a yenture and the the winners at
Yes Christmas is truly a our privilege to honor 'Him Jacksonville Golden Gloves rs / women who make up the organization 'the presented Lincoln to Club immediately -
time of happiness and good- who taught the greatest lesson Tournament, Coach Julius are sparing no Country
cheer. But how many of us ever known. We give I Guinyard has announced.The pains> in arranging for a very;I, ends after at the Park.tournament -
stop to think agout the real thnaks to Him who blessedus Golden Gloves 'Cham- successful tournament, The committeeof
meaning ,of Christmas? How with the privilege of living pionships will begin in Feb- members are encouraged by I The tournament
H. James Greene director
many of us think of it as just in a country whose people ruary. Winners in the eight the outlook and the response ,
Al C Allcan Harrington
the time of celebration and I can enjoy the freedom of open divisions will represent r they are getting in their initial Joyner John ''Ozzie-
jubilation? Most of us, per- the press, and a freedom oispeech. Jacksonville in the Eastern 1 effort. Gripper Williams
B. Williams
haps, take Christmas for Golden Gloves Championships \
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granted and give little or This is the time when,men I at Madison Square Gar Amateurs and professionals Tillie Williams, Viney Ford,
no thought to its real mean- express in words, "PEACEON den in New York City., kwt r 4iKNf ltN will qualify at the New Lincoln Gertrude Styles, and Orpah
ing. Is there a better time EARTH, GOOD WILL Wilder finished second in Golf Course Saturday Jackson are extending a
than Christmas of 1958 to' TO MEN. Christmas of 1958 the novice division of 'the 1! Dec. 27- The tuornament, is hearty welcome to all participants -
take time out and give thanks appears to be the time when Florida; AAU Championshipsheld 1 open to all players and trophies both from in and out
whose birth is to be will be presented to of the city.
to Him nothing sems farther away? recently at the- Murdock .es' t
commemorated on this day. than peace. Christmas of 1958: ,Arena... has been announced winners of the first, second, .
As we bid each other a cheer- finds sin fighting against by Coach' Guinyard" that se I and third flights in the j t f Enroll Now in the
ful greetnig on this day, why Christianity, hatred against ver l' veterans are expectedto Championship, Amateur Men 4
not stop and give thanks for love, freedom against slavery, return for the tournament. and women groups. : South's Finest CoUea

the many blessings he has ignorance against knowledge, John''Woods, amateur 'boxer Among the golf celebrities ,
bestowed on usOn greed against hunger, strife will participate in' the- many : FLORIDA BARBER
to appear here will be I
this glorious day it is aainst peace, but Jesus sale" Golden ''Gloves He won the' \\l' Willie Black, pro at Rogers : COLLEGE BRANCH

.. "I am the Prince'of Peace. 137-pound championships in Park ,Tampa; Mrs. Josephine :
How can those without Jesus 1954-55 and was also the win 630 Davis St. at Beaver
Hughes Pete
Chicago I Io
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HOLLY MIMS SIGNS have peace? ner of the most outstanding 4 ,f! .rM ba Brown, Roosevelt Nichols and : Phone: EL 5-9874
MERRY. MERRY CHRIST. boxer award. i 3r Richard Collins
FOR JANUARY BOUT of Mississippi. !
MAS TO EVERYONE: Willie Myrick, winner of .
Many others will be pre- .
the AAU Novice 156-pound sent to participate.
SUGAR RAY MAKES title will enter the
Members of the Jacksonville
CHICAGO Holly Mims,I I SINGING 'DEBUT ON class in the tournament. Amateur Golfers Guild-, Secure Drivers' License
the fourth ranking middle- Trophies were presented to
weight contender of Washington STEVE ALLEN SHOW Johnny Thomas, William My who Tournaments have sponsored will be several SAFE S HOOLIVINC

and Bobby Boyd of Chicago rick, James Earl, Kenneth presentto
; Edward J.
DREAM COME TRUE Winning the participate along with the
A -
have signed for a boutto Sugar Ray Robinson the Wilson and Thomas Hill. 600 Weal Bearer Street
Neil of the Year" was a dream come sponsoring organization. Professionals
Plaque "Fighter
be staged in Chicago Stadium middleweight champion of There were 29 civilian parti- Archie Moore 5.7712Res
Champion of Jacksonville Office
Wednesday night, Jan;I the world made his debut recently -cipants in the recently held true to Light Heavyweight the 11th ,
Durelle In
after he had knocked out Yvon surrounding cities and the ELgin 4-0639
uary 7.The on the Steve Allen AAU Tournament and 16 of
I round of his seventh defense of his crown. Archie was state at large. PERPENA. Dlr
:Show as a singer and dancer the 29 were of the Wilder the match and three GEORGE
match was announcedby knocked down four times during Prizes and trophies will be
the International Boxing II and mnay of those whoheard: Athletic Club. times in the first round and then came back to floor
Club The match replaces a I were so impressed with his Durelle for the count- The Champ said the Neil award
previously announced light I performance they comparedhim PECK WOLVES NAMED was a "fine birthday presentHis birthday was Dec. I
with Eddie Fisher, Tony CONFERENCE CHAMPS has,been for 22
heavyweight bout between 13. Moore shown in the picture a pro
Roque Maravlila Boise, Idaho,I Damone and many qthers years. He won the 175-pound division crown six years
and Sonny Ray of Chicago. Benett, Julius LaRosa, Vic FERNANDINA BEACHIn ago from Joey Maxim. He has scored knockouts in his NOW OPEN!
Marsvilla recently lost a"tuneup" t who have hit the top money a recent meeting of the last five defenses. He hasn't been beaten by a light I
bracket in music Northeast Florida Conference In the Edward J."Neil .
match with Eddie heavyweight in seven years- wnining
Sugar Ray is destined to Interscholastic Athletic As-
Cotton. Memorial Trophy, he won the most prized trophyin
become one of the top favor- sociation Peck High Schoolof boxing.ALTHEA. _
Mims is No 7 in current j ites in the singing world if Fernandina Beach was declared -- -.
National Boxing Association he contines to stick to it and conference football
ratings. Bobby Boyd has no I give it the same type of push champion. The Wolves finished GIBSON they are approved by the IIII

rating, but has been a very that he has given his boxingover with a Dickinson Systemratin'g" USLTA annual meeting at

erratic, but ever dangerous a period of years, critics of 23.7. Douglas Anderson White Sulphur Springs, W; PALMS.

F ) contender. said after the program. of South Jacksonvillewas .RANKED NO. 1 Va., Jan. 17-
Steve Allen gave Sugar second with an averageof
Ray every chance to be a 22.5 followed by Fessen- The tall, h a r d stroking
hit- The music player from Harlem,. who
Tew background den Academy of Ocala withan AMONG WOMEN
furnished by Allen for Sugar average of 212. plays a man's game of tennis OF JACKSONVILLEFORMERLY
Ray was superb, and the ar- Coaches of member teams won the Wimbledon and
LuckyNumbers I United States women's .championships
rangements were magnificent. selected the AllConferenceteam
He held the top spotof and the most valuable NEW YORK Tennis for the second time ( THE 2-SPOT)

the program, the last' 12 player. Top player award Champion Althea ''Gibsonthe in 1958.
enough that Steve Allen was went to Lockman Scott of I double winner' is again rank- Miss Gibson by
was upset
minutes, which was proof Anderson. Schools ed No. 1 among American
Douglas Christine Truman of
all Women players for 1958. I DANCING NIGHTLY t.
going out to give the represented at the meeting land in the Wightman Cup
Lucky Days, Lucky Color champ every opportunity tomake were'as follows: The women's rankings recently -matches and she dropped a
BY ASTROLOGY good. Peck High, Fernan"dinaBeach released by the U. S. match to Mrs.Beverly Baker
la Tour WeeklyHOROSCOPE ; R. J. E. High, Starke; Lawn Tennis Association, Fleitz in Puerto Rico in her
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