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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 12, 1959
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00540

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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Material Information

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 12, 1959
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00540

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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against former Federal Com! : !" :wall: : ; .- Won't C :l-at';:;, ; .. u. t/1e/
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Commissioner obbtI. a,Do Ts'.street grocery 'FHABNEW s< ;. S "We h3pe.t i sbotrfce bj tcit
Richard=A.: Mad and rejected store of more than $1 OOQ lastWeCtncsd'oy ,:. 1>' J; ..; -r sing "My ouiry ;'Tis' Th-("' I I said he had no comment 6at.t th APro;: 708 Lafayette Street w.as ut.J{ faulty: -Pi i :.heeler.: There "-'wa :

the .complaint! 6f a Negro night.Fivehun! : YORK -The federal whfcn ffi 1t'3rd 'will be',appllcd:c I t rtertKv-itr"-.i: : S or? 'the- back and, left leg '!ast*i $1)JpOQQ( damage to; the seVenrppm : -

F group" ;that GadsdenAla..,.fdred'dollars; ofHr }loot was in government was:i this weekchared' to ,everyIn : ithe.Eis ... .r ,: .:. Chairman Olin II. Sponn of.Greenviik .'t Wednesday during on argu-j hpus ,"he*said; ;, '-
!slum ."clearance project ? prompted 'silver, doiafs) Vr-l. in the* : ; 11ttf '" } 5Aiijit.: C nm: ss.;p snial ment with Miss Ethel Mae'I'I .Rpbinson-wasrthe
moWth1y f .
.: racial. discrimination.. ,, Lou3s l Rzk?[ ,' 47Ver! of theBannerfo Newsletter ( ,.() < -fien asked. for con-joebt, that an p Sherman, 25; of. 726 Lafayette of operator, '.
t NAAGR Housing Rev::Hall .saia1.t.o. from ..( a grocery store and service
\ ; d store, 1412 Davis would fut. n *:ivjai:: Cio 1-jll.I i Street. I
In. the case involving the. st., told city police the: pair jwjthipllowing .MJbitei( realtors to'I all ot ThejOregrc. btxanfimitfttf Ojfomissionhlm will hold a meetfc -L- station at' 3602 J East S Osborne,
Civil Right Commission, the entered. the store about 7:50: discriminate against Negroes.: -the'.$t&will partiopalje irt' the 5I Occrniber 15.Chief 1 Miss; Sherman rep 'rtedly Ave, -
S court agreed to a' justice -def One of .them" ordered 'S The NAACP. 'asserted that I praytr prol t, aflcd bf: CORE rind '::r P. P. Oaies h..1.dent ri jcut Miss' . p.rrt. ...
Bequest for.tispeed-- the Federal Housing' Administration -i the Geentiliet .Ministerial! ,.. Alilancef/ Mb/'t ;J'! '.
partment. Nhich1I ated f :1'r; ,
the He % "J
4pme'. meat and asked saiw. h':'vcver, thaw : -m..bry. gu-' > ( S
': in.its review of .1 lower' court condonesJdiscrimina- Leader at Will boCif'
pilgr&nage
up ? sp.y'.t mentf Mis's Sherjnan's
cashier if she tHrougti ere many legal t\l
cfsuch i
was
the. isto sale' .. of aspects 'a '. gt6 .Fre d
S ,:> rulings barring c9m < tion jh -.goyeriTment; be the CrttMoveaienV6{ its'ldnd meeting that tfould r children. Miss Davis said she :
checking tbJ receipts"! .. have to be in-
up. S .
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alleged J : :
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slop frpm investigating pwnep, prpper'jy: t.1. in Soxua '.f"- promised.'to
S Before"1 'she. s could"answer J i terpreted. .' I keep the children S
,S .violations of c Negro voting according' to Pqtrolrnam Walter t theriews1etter.cite4' the A l it ;i segre Raver-rd t Il.JI: ; aj.'il. "wiier. 1 ;; a last Wednesday, but instead or P'r4:: "'

c rights in toyisiana-" under its Solomon and C L. Bra 1eYr 1 1954 p 0 1.1'c.! Announced, by gated \Vci 4dr i the airMigrant : pra'e Yous". S I she went fishing and left 'thechildren .
procedures. '. ---:___ ._, .: \, !* with her dayghter I''4r ,
: II both; of the young bandits FHA in sup ryt of "equalityof 7S -- '. < MurderPENSACOl *
!
k TO HEAR ARGUMENTS pulled pistols and one went to opportunity receive bene- I Workers'; : I I ',)yhicK-cpparently' was :objec1rionable '.. ., .. '
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'. :- .' thfor the ,cqsh} "register. The other fits of the mortgage insurance ( ,, ',." 'Neg Chad. j 'ta Miss Sherman 1' '. ,- .' y. .
cojrt'stJar '
S .The: : bandit herp'ed employes into .system, 'irrespective of I -- I. .The victim treated ., I
lfi d was
NEW ,
It aJr'eadfhadCJgreeq" Y9R .- state- Msiotron at
.orol arguments.. .ih$ office and made,the/n line S rcce,..':olor,. creed: or national -f -with the exception; i j Duvaf Medical, Center j .- .A perjury
S to. reView two othercases the wall vwhile he '. I ment prepared.. pr)/ presentation -'of Federal Social.Seclfrit /' at- : and
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origin,, t'v the
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charge
: '' : 1 suspect Was i : i
against'
S ; involving challenges cleaned ; out the safe. They 'p.* ->' '-f.:Ji:, c-* I before la $ n e.subcom- I though they need thes .'betiefils -:'' : rrjw te on- Negro
against the ,commission In also tpok .38 caliber pistol( Apparently this,.was a.home mittee herj; ,tf1( :we k1.NAACP I more than others. : -. : t crtoraes'pf attpttoEnukdrJ1nvtiCtin t1 h'o'n d..V nr a'n s djsmTssed'
Georgia and Alabama. i p Ritk they offigeprcc i ourcernentwhrdh| \ i ibeiriaAfJa"nTOntlwV5d is! Labor Sect tary Hen>err.rHill F ...F o f j? t c-fr.s..said'' Thurs o y.'Rayh nd Ndsh' 29,
I as
: belonging to t the 't both
NAACPeSthalso part had been drink- hod
s been
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;;,, I The controversy -waJke4M.
'- ports 7/or tr I'o. ood hasi in-FHA regional'office' ficrbss- e'rnr1'erithas\ : neglected the asserted that "form)labor. fog quite a bit, ? Uss.Davis. i he swore he dfd f not kill a
olibcr f
J darned' .32
Th& jir
; :: : I i t rs totdliy excfu led from /ederalminimujm said she. \vou'IdsforY I Pcnsacola .
been sinclXWorldWar Avarj-ant, bOsinessrpan..County .
the
simmering nation. migratory farm labafeproblem
1 S : S black ."autojTjqtlc{ *pistols. The, i iI It ; : > '
.. j I anaVmaxJ officers sdidf J I 1
'.' age
B at all levels. y : *
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S Frank and Worthy argued silve' .dollars aVia .ttbout $400 In another''portion of the I.1 \ :fs I.: mum hours ,f pgislaifon. The' -S ":"Patrolmen! Jl: D.: tiR.bnd CoUrt-'jof: Record IJudge'e.

\ they also being discriminated '" were .in.a Vnetal ,cash. .box Tn newsletter, JocK E. Wood, Jr.;' 1 Mr Hill wal>"stfieSuled to' I II [annual average wage. .pf all} J. S. Gladden f :.investigated. E.-MasonVSfed there :
were.because 'the de- the safe,and;on undetermined\ NAACP special' pssistant for I testify before .the-:Subcommittee I'farm"Avorkers', i in the.\j. S.:,in'- was irtsufficfentj; evfiflnce: to
against .
pgrtm nt relaxed its ban some amount. wbnth" :cash' regis housing, report E.d that the 'migratory labor of,the 1! 1958 was 892." ".:I.. hold Nash for ,trip! on the.
years Ggo .and gave passports:; 'ter: WTradeUnionists: the, NAACP is. currently attempting 1. Senate Committee'fpn. ;; Labor I Mr. Hill then i. J f. perjury charge. .
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foCus. national and Public Welfare ofv Monday quoted avre- \
to attention
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for China to selected Friend The
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a group ;'' port of the U. SOffice1 of IBoy defendant was acquitted
Dec. 7.
on a proposed executive ,
S of correspondents. All but oneS 1 .' Education on migrator children of a murder charge in July
of the newsmen were denied i orde '. .' ''The'} United States Farm I which said "the migrant* -.Beats WomanA In the shooting of Maurice- .

.. entry visas by the Chinese This would "declare equal I Placement ervi erogs off I children enter school later Finman on the Pepsacola wo> .

Communists. r Salut ':.NAACP opportunity; in: housing to be responsibility for the. workina'I than other children. S 29-year-old woman was terfront the night of Jan. 31..
The .deportment argued \ our constitutional objective' and living conditions of migrant 1 the victim of a dual beating Finman, a white man, owned
that the law requires the President 5. Mr. Wood also said the President laborers' ,said Mr.' Hill "They attend fewer days' that administered by her rug and shade businesses here '
i NEW YORK National and the
,to'protect Americans -. would be asked "to direct "uses labor 'contractors and report continued "make : boy friend last Sunday night! and in JacksonvHfer.-Nash
\ S "unjustly deprived of their local leaders of the labor the least progress, drop out of a
: all federal .agencies to shape This Farm Placement Serve when she came home from 'o: former.employe, S
.. liberty." abroad.'* Therefore, it -movement joinecl in a 'Trade, their policies, and practices to- crew, leaders in, :its recruiting school sooner and constitute dance,,police; reported. i Mason
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U& Solute to the I4AACP"sponsored the noted'inhisdecjsj&n
said, the government has theright' i largest single' source of
i wprd achievement. of this activities- -despite the /record ,
to keep citizens -away [, by the 'Bronx .)!'. .. I of t. K es e, .noorIo; .s-".mtddlernen' -(ilfjte at s. Miss Nathalce Watkjns, 29, that slate law requires, for a
goa 5- ,
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th :cohv;
.from countries where "'silchproblems' branch of / Association .4' ------- --'- 5-- 5 -"" -- he.asserted.. cf 2142 J Baldwin Street told i perjfury; ctlonV the testi-
"Ev '
v here. today/' S The' proposed 'executive orderwas II I ry year at're 600,000; !I police her boy friend, Johnnie,I nrjpny of. two witnesses or of
might arise. : Herbert ) submitted by The Civil The me> placemnte service t I migrant children are;'. being1I J. Williams, 32 of 2128 Yufee,, one witness and strong .supporting -
<
HilL IAACR labor
: I denied:the privileges of public Street : evidence. --
( Rights Commission' .in! 1959 i ice, "generally appears mainly was waiting. In ihe
retmy.l.p1cihjed'. ..that'theJ and fhe'.Cpmmission on ,, ce I interested th jrieeting;laporde-v: school educationthe U. S... house in ihe dark and as she The S S
p.r. p g ram'was designed "ftf Office ,of judge said there
f : Education wascorroborating
and Housing{ in 1958. mends, of growers, jno matter eport entered the'house-he I
,
: jumped
symbolize the active involvernen.ti ,... ... concluded evidence which
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;what tHe cf JFcct mobe,on-Jhe ,: : *-# on her. After,
.v beating her at if
Viri the1 Vprk of the 'L' : couple with the'testimony '
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t n.-- i workershe 1 charged. /He then! called Jiome. he dragged her to ,the I of "-
NAACP of trade union leaders for'"iUppor| -Dne> witness who $a$ Nosh
:who are; committed to civil 'k: ATTENTIONADIES t ,,"'0" L :The, NAACPofficial'assertecT : of"j_ *,'": .' :5Sr5_<: :-. ":*.car-end Jler.put her in it and carried hod lied, would'have justified '

I rtghts." Scheduled} to .sharethe :, 4Sid.; -&ee1e1C1ubRporis': .tha|'-'othrbrdnches.; .of j! S/108S which' proposes'to' *: t I Club.cna:out* beat nearthe her Country a perjury 'convi fion. However. Sc
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pfatfprm with Mr. Hill'w ; : the Federal ,Gbvnmente) t again; He he noted that during the hear '
: I ameruj the Fair Labor Stand j also stabbed Miss
.. Watkins'Sister
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Theodore E. Brown : responsible for f. i I : ing Tuesday not ,
re as1sisiont the bXe: g n ard Act lo provide. who : one witness::
'director, AFL-ClOCivil ':' ; ':Se4_ c r M if'.; contract lobor
Rights .Pe ortm nt: Michael': *... ":, I I4 results use of4ersbfands thpus- S.J77? which would require ; man. '

Mann, regional! AFL-CIO "dU;: Your' Social} e.i.: of Mexrcan. nctionalsj t federal licensing of crew leaders f. The victim, wfio was badly The court then-dfrected.that
t rector; H e\n r y ,F. .Chattier, and .other foreign f laborers, 1 i and farm labor I beaten .about the face arid the
prisoner be
president, Local 32 E. .Building -, ,d Y, (:.To.. : while domestictfarrrv. : tors; contrac- ,lead was.: taken to Duyal freed.,. .= '
". i Service Employees Interno-, ,- FOR'ThR" > are unemployed." J, And, 5.2141 'which i Would- J M cUcol'nerby t' private? /car. State Atty. .&f.Wicke, whpse ':, .
"..-. pnd .as.citizeris of th49th tional Uni ,nbnd Ed wX1rd T ; ,.,. Mr HiM repoTted c She; : said "' v
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; S f' ,;;jI : ;- S. .. amend the 'F'ait:ta6dr Stdrid.ords .U oms is- already prosecution themurder:'
S S state, you .will file fona' Gray,, Ihtembticnql repres nta- :..2''H8.aW. J ;fCer"'l,. !gratbry oiTO* Jcl-I" .worfers// Act to bar use of i n ioit- ,, .,. 1 ; trldf( Was sharply criticized by
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By Robert Sargent Shriver, Jr. V <. Acrttan. Wonderfully: porous, ;
they "breathe with the wearer

President, Catholic Interracial 1 Cooftcfl of Chicago J J7w pilling. and sad are wrinkling.resistant to Available stales

Racism cannot be cured solely by attacking some of.the in a wide range of styles sad
results it produces like discrimination in Housing{ or in f colors they're as .practical as
education.True, -we need effective 'programs to reduce such they are stunning; and csaf ort-
1-I--- able for aay, time of the year.
discrimination.l Action in these areas is necessary, appropriate short
and justified. But,we,must also treat the disease of racism The c&ttic puflever. the
and long sleeved, Ia perhaps
Itself. And this means we must.understand the disease. ; most popular, with the ranch
Such understanding requires prayer, study and dedicated effort loved cardigan style following _-
For racism ia an immensely' complicated phenomenon. close behind. Although the solid color flat jersey is easily the

It f is an,affliction of the,spirit, yes, of the soul of mall, rath- .'>. ':.' ,. =! biggest as are "fancies"seller two-toned such u treatments pin cord beagaline.are gaming prints wide and acceptance jacquard: ,
than disease of his conscious intellectual life.'That's ; Knits 4
f a ,- one ) saUeros. Pictured top left is Tashloa an-over jacquard
Mason why racists are irrational: end Illogical In their at-, ; ;;:... r.uerus. sfetrt-dasticaUy styled wit tailored cuff. Top right
i-ptstojbstifytlwtrpreiudic( e.r $ t.; .. j a coat of arms motif on its long steered pullover
v and makes It available la eight solid colors. Below, Botany
Ike\ roots of racism lie deep in' maa'a 'natare, woasdedad i t etshe decorates its front running sport shirt with foreign coins, oa
\ bruteed by original sin. The suet sources of racism i to 'ij11I : ,-- ttee. taD grey, ivory red olive or sold backgrounds. So what!
awote that eminent( ,teacher and philosopher, Yves Simon, lie Ac-t (""..CrPrlllll) El lnus IIC ver UK ceeastea there is a sfelst to suit, every maa._ -_
jeep in man's:greed for a cheap labor suppfy. Deep! in man'sJBsecurity \ ''!.. -
about hla'own means of livelihood, deep in man's r- -- --
desire''for aristocratic distinction, his desire to feel that he ,
b a member of a distinguished people, an elite better than : You*' 'WtoklyHoroscope
ether human beings; deep in his anxiety to be somebody :-
belong to a group which does not include everyone, to be : ._ i IeIpiIg 1M,..w'S 1Ieiy...

free of Ms fear of sinking" Into the great, struggling un- Quid
ACfere&ti&ted of humanity. Even warped religious feel : : Threeh the ClTIIUC III11ft'
bga can produce racJ a Jews for example have suffered .... tr. It1l.lUlll1IUH1III1EIi
persecution from misguided Christians who tortured the Jews : By PAILO;: TICr ASTROLOGER

Mr their part ia kflJing Christ These Christians convenient : AQ1 tea
ly forgot, or tried to avoid, the fact that Christ,died because WHICH' ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS. FOR
ef the sins of.all men Christian sins as well as Jewish -: tltxeA
eiosthe white man's sins as wen 'as the Negro, No one IUSINESS .- LOVE TRAVEL _...,- N s98AAto '
wants to face the fact that his or her 'personal sins
Christ It's much easier to blame the Jews,or some JdIIedl ABEBSBora fltnua yovself firm plug too.I I mot: top people, bat it may be
Roman soldier. N i I I March 21 Tfcra April 11 hard when yon coaider'the pace I better if you, 'did when you know

History is full of pitiful examples of misguided 'efforts The weight of responsibility; Is a to be too, stow. Tms would again you have tt caatag O3th). Bargains
'to create selected groups among the peoples of the world: heavy one to bear, and it.wffl exact prove to be a major taifeke for I may be found OB: the 19m, if you
the 'phony> racial elite set up by Adolph Hitler;. the diecred- Its toll on the 18th: A methodical which you will have to pay, one way i coasBlt be<< ads and obtain suggestions -
.ited doctrine of Earl Marx establishing an'elite of'the working approach to the requirements te> or soother (Odth). Look: arosad be i from people who have gone \ -. i
I class the Brahmin'elite of Hinduism the stores, if you have 'not yet accumulated i through the before.
; with its caste system posed: by coming holidays will ropes You win
; the bourgeois elite of wealth; or even the Grecian elite ease matters somewhat O9tt20m: ). the presents you want to give,! have to be somewhat tricky'lf you n 'IE PmFl1.GSF
.composed of intellectual men supposedly of great wisdom. Attend to your grooming and obtain so'as'to obtain a good selection that i have fiorprises to store, .as this Is lH:1OHD OEStICICEatiIS MtTwtH
All of these efforts to separate men failed. All similar persona services as yom ear sot carries jariestprice. tap. (19th and the time when members of the Y "ar )iag uliclducHtwR
efforts will fail because they are based on materialistic de= have much time later (21at). 21st). <> tamp are sorefer tempted to do !:) 1M,1H HIM

,sires for money, or security, or power, or success in this 4-SW6-1S-7S-KS................ .. .. 8-40-22-145444B I some scooping aroand (21st). Curb i
world. None of them recognizes that the only true superiority .. yoUr impute*. r

the.only genuine elite in,this world, or in the next, is the \ 5-90 819581 .: I
elite of those men and women who have given. their. lives'to TAURUS VIRGO
justice and to charity. These. virtues unite.men. Racism separates Born April 20 thru May 20 Born Amg. 24 ihrn Sept 20 i r

them. Gains. and errors ID,,your; calculations Pressure, sarcasm. and critidsn CAPMOOBN

again strain your economy win create antagonisms and op* Bore Dec.' 22 ,tom 1... 19 ,
on the 18th. You can quickly bring position whereat tactfulneas and You again may be subjected to # YwE .
things into balance: you are.open kind words will. enlist wanted support m1seadthg rumors or counsels on TH 5ClDIrt CN 11io HIvRY t
: to suggestions' from' those who a C.4I OlC BI OP / }
YOUTHFUL'.LAWLESSNESS, are You can induce those closest the 18th. Your ,intuition is a: much .
intereSted in welfare .. ANP LAIH SL MflCTN OF cl
(19th) .
: *" your to you to cooperate by displaying more reliablesupplemented' guide, and when tt is TOURS
Put good judgement< befiire desire patience,; affection and a spirit of'oonhdence by your customary
.
An FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin is mounting day by day, year by on the'21st... ((19th-20th' : ). good Judgment, tt should make you

dated October, 1959, signed by year.. : -99-12-58-469 3-40-90-14-37-249( almost impervious to mistakes omu:I sapsoc H us.ae APPEAU 1ti !
J.Edgar Hoover. .says: "One of the ction fit, .this youth men- ISth). Friends can be most helpful 1. ,y1M1ER1crn 1)E JarAm1NbOFQ \ EAaY LaEND
ace must> not be delayed. Past public GEMINI 'LIBRA when you are upa tree regarding iiYAtJD HElP U.OlDIJUSEDQ.OIHI t. BY
most ....
shocking developments In SNOEa.atac
,
present American society is our the ignorance of the problem, misguided Born May 21 Jut June 19 Born, SePt '24 thru Oct.. 23. important details and the selection _' 0.>kA11NG rsa tiYfARA6lJ\ t3 : -TAKE n.&EA\&
volcanic of law sentiment for the 'tender If you can avert the domestic Accept .friendly! advice and consolation of fine gifts. 9- A 1\-E NfARE5'CCAMU: : ,.
upheaval
lessness. youthful age' of these lawbreakers and, the storms that threaten on the 17th ; 'if you feel you have need of 7KWM72&.715Bora ,wrwour' &Gf&>KK: RACE,
Long indifferent the
to
problem of juvenile crime, the pub- fallacy ,of economizing in the'quantity 18th, )'OQ'w11l make it easier to get it (18th). There is a way around Cc40R cg REUGfON -HI/If
lic now stands appalled at the aid quality ot our juvenile the stage set for an enjoyable festive such, problems, and you can find it AUAR4u..;
s of rampaging ten-afe aim spectacle courts,must be abolished. It Is imperative season. This may save you wbea,you set your: mind and ingenuity Jan. '20 lira Feb., 18 .. sar1" V *".:P6" 1'rliD' !
inals. This that the American public some tiring, moments ,on the. 19th. to,;tackle: them ((19ft-20th A Watch yoar step in this connection ,
tragic of
public apathy is now consequence at a crisis,,and stand shoulder to shoulder with.tie when crowds.' (in.the stores are bound. qtdet. 'determination .to gain your so as not to foment friction -
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calls fir an all-out counterattack undermanned;and overburdened lawenforcement to be at their Peak: purpose- will be more effective than with. the one whop has 'to share toe
,: 211 96-86 wishful minking'ttlsO., responsibility r
against vicious young thugs."Blazing authorities: i ia combat I or consequences of
ing tits, youth crime attack.. 1-50-77-147451: your extravaeaaces (18th). The 19th
headlines ef torture, sadIsm "R is my firm conviction that the. .CANCER is an ideas day for joint, shopping y
murder ?and'gang warfare toll all-out campaign against these flag- Boa. June H'tUu July 22 SCORPIO and other ventures as you are then
the depredations of teen-age enaces. ;rant young',criminals: who commit: One can always find.an excuse tara Born Oct.. 24 Ikru MOT. 22 more disposed to listen'to the voiceof w x
The black! figures of crime statistics serious crinjes must include publishing change of mind, lack of enthusiasm It is I commendable to donate to reason and experience. You could
: present an even more dolcfal their names and crimes for pub- or i inattention Co businessSidr genuine causes, but you:should also be subjected to high-pressure sales
account In 1368! arrests cL juveniles lic information, the ready availability attitudes would not be ia your in- be on' your' guard against goeps+ talks on the 21st, but believe nothing
under the age of 18 increased of past records! for the information terest on the 18th. Yo can btain that haren't the .stamp of legiti- that your instincts do not approve of.
8 per cent while arrests of adults of appropriate law enforcement the approral and solid backing of macy (la h). Yom .should I find the W05&17-57-935 4;
rose 1.8 per cent fly, not officers and fingerprinting of these those closest to yon v ken yet demonstrate time to attend to last-minute mail ?
only] the frequency of youth' crimes young lawbreakers for future identification your' own wflKngnecs and iboppIrg (19th-30th( ). Ia rrfeny PISCES
but the savagery of these offenses I .". (19th). Have yoor bag of magic I instances, tt, is the delicacy rather Bora Feb. 19 thru March 20
tricks ready to cope with delays, them the 'site or the price of fee Be firm, even if this is not easy ---i-il .
breakdowns and otfcw> aoaoykg occurrences gift that counts. far you, 'when you are justified or
(21st30339317G3 ). 3-7M&-W-73-T5: fighting to uphold what is yours by r
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< a.'Jong,. long way.." HcCovey :Is ThirdUnanimous '
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: 'Freedom' Banquet, : Mr. ,Wilkins'theri a&k&d how '-' l: f '-

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NEW YORK Qec. ; 'NAAcp'members and I tl : the Hotel Grand I world to 0 b s e rVe :Human'R ""
friends) pocked Commodore Ballroom
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to honor Marian Anderson, ghts Day ,December 10 and ,
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Magazine Publisher Gardner Cowl s' at the ASsociation : i --
third annual $100-per<9uple Freedom Fund, dinner., :Anniversary .December 15"card J % ,
'. ..iiAt., _+ti .A tm1fn,>fAff" +& ''..*.;.+.e t4 tn J* M *" IMI I inM- mm*, jJ "'stan j idle before: .the. BOSTON'T.; We 'Y cOovey, the k "-
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; ,''opprecrotioh 'of the significant dedicated :arrogance, the. racism, and 1$9'"Rookb of'.the Year** ihe.man ......
contributions she has!honored! ,"for publisher"his notable and was the degrading,, ,bestiality of a who moved Into thq'Gram: lineup and
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'. ; achievements Mississippi" lynching mob?" pushed last "Rookie :
made to the leveling of racial as interpreter and year's of the :
and national l barriers ..and defender', of American Democracy Mr. Wilkins declared that Year/".Orlando Cepeda..off first base
"through; her accomplishments '. .. ." the campaign for civil rights won the coveted *honor [In- 'a' walkaway.1 Att
'as ambassador of goodwill to would extend into the 1960 j t.t
Referring to the goals of t
election.
the whole world." McGovey was the choice of e ch' t
of the NAACP, Mr. Cowles k>
The world-famed contraltor said: "But if the.. Democratic member of the 24-man: selection conv '.
responded saying "if is with "Now there is' absolutely party,. with, majorities in both ,mitt,eel for the'BasebaIl Writers Association i 4 {
deep humility that we accept nothing in the Constitution of Houses, bows to the Dixiecratsin of American; honor. r gvhu s Y
, the honor bestowed this eve- choking 'g'civic rights bill, An f
our Jand-nor in religious and [ ; automobile salesman in the off
H ning. There are, of course,. in i moral codes which Americans or in keeping it .h armless, and season, the hard 'hitting! first base- fI I
t one s heart, many things she i support-which can possibly meaningless 'the civil rights man joined the Giants'July 30 from : -

: would like to say but prob-' be cited by sensible men as forces will-have( a guide to action the: Phoenix :,,farm/club: and,sparkedthe -
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ably not 'the'right to opposing these aims"' In the 1960 electron/'lie: team's drive toward the
pennantIBs
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like to have them known. "The Negro-American, slugging made the team 'from KING FREDDIE is what they call him now and he }' cferiffried1ty'the\ crown he wear .. rz i
better, the American who Presentation of the scroll f Frisco a .threat fro n then on. 1'
"This great race of ours, x> following the Washington, D. Cf Urbanites baby popularity contest, a benefit for the Urban -
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Y' .of which l I am so deeply proud happens to have a dark skin, honor to 'Miss, Anderson vas -year-dd/McCovey.' hit .356 League. Supported by his mother, Frederick Bryo hJJkor naorv I y 'old oa of Mr.
'" and happy to belong is one Mr. Cowles continued,, "today made by Arthur;: B...Spin am, in 52 eames. He had J58 runs batted and Mrs Frederick Jackson, examines the biggest of"three" trophies- 'donated f ( *by- The #

Pt that Is on the march which stands in an unprecedented NAACP, pf pfesfdeottDr RObert ''in, 13'--:home'doubles" 'o *. andvetrfplea. Moss H.. Kendrix Organization, a D. C, public relfltic lfirrndnShovrnCIfrom: {efttateAldh! 1.13
,fL will certainly) take it to its position of dignity, influence, C; Weaver, vice chdifrrTan of .! Kendrix, thirteen year old son of PR, firm head, who resented tmhles' Mcs. WilJJ m
and respect. He has achieved the NAACP ;Board of Directors ,-i:" '. Brown Candice Brown l. t> tit WthaePDS' nd
goal Miss Anderson conJ M ,,fremUobfle: Afcu third: place, winner, Freddi ; : f
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tinued. a status,,,,a standard, of living, made presentation'fo'Mr4' : ,- place winner and Mrs. Ralph ,Winder.
; Aaron 'W. .
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"Inworld about the fare, arid an expectation of Dr. Channlng. H. Tobias, ._ __ ..__ ____ I
one has, seen people future gains that many be- chairman the Board '
from all, over .in, it, and the: lieved to be impossible only Dr. Buell Gallagher, president **
,one thing' wont 20 of the SO i@ ,@riT NZ rr0urOId
they :seem to or 30yeprs.pgo, Msafd. College of the City
more than 'anything else Js:,fa **'' Reporting \dn tithe .current of sWSBw Yo'rk and NAACP Fri ;

belong. And we are no,,different status jbtdvU rights, .NAACP Board member, Served as master :-
from them. We :will"be Executive; ,Secretary Roy Wilkins of ceremonies. i S ea1Q a
1 long because God, :is .on our' declared,: t- "the body "The; Spirit {:of Liberty/

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Mr. Cowles was hailed:as)J.ugly, G proof that the, work of chorus,. was.:'presented.' It' Incorporated
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For your teve or-lireptace: Branch.: Ossie Davis star of we.
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ALL SEASeXI ICE ac c., PIIEL,eo;. the Sun," was narrator ..- .,,- ,.-.- -S. t, sshbauE 9tbnsD tbooO v:dduH. alt .04
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"Our 17tH, Year', a3R3vuaa QUA fiQ ZHOITgi aaagti
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SHAD : .:. Lb. 39c championships Joe two' yeani ,,In ,a i Jaanl so s -

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,LARGE FLOUMMR Lk 396Lb. year. /apdtcJ OKi\ .;a Qs
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THE SEAFOOD, CENTERxr College vision Tournament at 9bcar: /clioblwon :ad ilt IINI (Illlhli' :
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compounded) bY his present dilemma -' :; V. rrt6t8 !fiM. ':.1' fit) .t' .j !'1j/; r

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EVJRY .will -confront' local .citizens at the .better, watch,.. oat ,. e0le." ia.r Pa., WONDERIUL rea YGltQIW D'Y '.. I

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< : <<' ," i Portraits :-. Wftddings: .- Baaqvel Principal dories IX; Brooks, 'and getting .req est$ sand phony answersas Pact. Owrtoar BMMot. DOES WOT. tNTCKFISl. WITH..., JStgftUMfKT. WAVING. rtSr.d.l.I :
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.\ : ', ) :; Passport & identification 9.... ,a special faculty committee sponsored -' to 'who/the robber neck 'is. You Wales acute wttk a keek oa Ub.1.CUr vn rfiua+ Ltiod lies.hrtI tat......, M..xara II.CArrtONr upt INwwi w Omit ?"
; .. head irifl featp yea team aoMe'A.w.. me. r .... $2-- b ....... rc.e: ... .. ... .... :
f ': .' 'f' < > Photostats ,& Commercial Work 'a" bond issue rally centered 'would be? 'surprised just: as :'RAJt to motet a room Hke a lady, ; ....,..wrr ........r......... Y... ttsl. ..e If :

:i '. .Photos: For Xewspttper Gala around a.';personal contact with parents 'was over a recent" episode! NextMkk see-joririBC the tezt.wfil"p t .::, ., ;:', '.
c 'd. i'+, WliHe You Wall ; and ,adults wW were freeholders 1 we. will have a' real columnfor M tike bead. rf yen i ,

l Coloring '&, Pictsre Framteg but''who had not registered to : you ecanse.aU'' .' the college! ;_ be a fed eeel kite '. DIXIE ,PHARMACY -: ::' ',; ': "" .,'

.", :) 'I Let Us Take A Photo. Of Yo* vote# on the, special school bond Issue lovers will be'returning'home' and year faee fceaeirerk dswJ'' by a. slew, ,.". S: King; Road an ci MyrtleYou :$? ;. .v i. .' :"" f
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r.! ..... ,. ; According'to ,Principal Brooks there is bound.' to' be:a 'wholesale VSO aerated -P-IO U- i .. .

: '; '- In Natural Color and'iMrsv S, "J>: Butler faculty mem !of breaking off.and:getting "road" .w to tetM ptgtfe-trfeeflMu t i \ .. :0.,._. .
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j. AVERY ... ber,in' charge5 of'this effort and addition 'with Each:.o! er. because, of very bIeekbeei > ro4 eo fat '. .
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several ,hundred eligible I obvious reasons -'...... : -.'t tffe ; A 4 ?tff pBPdy WZVWBvef .
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AVERY'S .PHOTO, STUDIO ,,., :, adults. had been OOnt ct (I"8.nd"reg. :.: :; ;: : treetaest< tausttiW -. .0:'.!!o' '
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istered to vote. direct-results of : of t ige & "
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W&ite MJ.L.w. '. Don Have (
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611 We&t I.Ashley '. .',' .' this, activity. I' tri a esf t ttlitti .. to to to etLOW :,' :
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Phone EL 4-7665 For Appointments '
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:Many parents: admitted, to theNew
PRICES
Stanton contact :committees '4 ,' -
SlurkDeliveries. \, --..: ,,
that they probably would not have _. <" L .. ,
taken .time out',from ,1!-Jdr '& Mrs. ',ferry ip03'JStreet .
: ':" ; their jobs.andother : .Ler.cy i i :
WHEN YOU ABE ILL activities if they.had not been, .. girt: ."..'. .- f Oh Your o.F .

You Seek The. Beet, Doctor prompted tot! do so by tills effort. Mr.;&; Mrs: :Rudolph'IbMrioo. '103 '

When your. Doclor-:Preecribec- '. rf&w'biir big:eifor ,mUst,be;centered Fearce'Street-girl: { -/ 'DRUGSTOREvNEEDS) ;',-, :' "

Get Experienced PfcauiiiofiliTo around 'getting Ihese .registered'citizens ,Mr.: ,fc: Mrj,. Joseph Cal' wcII 3620 ', .. .. ) o' \ .' .:.
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Fill Y.orPre.cripNo.s. to go, and v
,According To: 'Your DoeierY'r 22. We stasents will do':' cur parts t : i''it. ;;: :Mr.4. Mrsi JamesCrawford, ,121 .:(r Trade With Your, Neighborhood ,Drag Star.x. : :

: ; to 'Mr:-Maclb> : -flr .. t. ,;1t0; W. 29th, Sleet, boy. T, \.<: /, .. t.rw
.. Orders. Wo,.Tfte O l: : 'f1" ycu', .34k-?, :;r : i ;0. WEWltL' MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISEDc .: ,
S '" '%< .. 4L.Be.t': Cfca&y nr.t J1la" \ 'we' &counting, **Our >\. if-1l.it;" i ...1- Mr. 'i Mrs FAward.Jdtemn..Jr.r' ; ': !':.
.t> ? ff. ; on many 2S.W, 45th' street, ,boyV: .'r .* ,. .IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS .
Dr. C. E. DlakProyrietoe *' parents;and.friends of all .schools into Mr. & Mrs. ..CercyF&te,1, Gen* "

r 1' .; the cotffity help us}o,jencourage .Del, 'Callahan\, gIrL;'.-. '. Court Mt.'''.F& J.ITS.boy. \VallaceLucas',. ,.. 618; ... We DeMver7-.'" --' ?"-".-vi*?k''We.. .....AIM. s.?.. ."FB. 'AH.'....Doctor, ITeIeI'Iptt.J."it't' -. :"- ad... '.. .
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participation.tbfEsimporertt: "Bus Mr. & Mrs.. RocesveB, Simpson,
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:3 I BEG PHARMACISTS TO SERVE; TOY -. < Y': 1"YOU'DIDoV'r : Mr. & Mix John Pickens :251 >E. '
fLELY mess atfthe PoIIS"i Rt. 9, BoKi4e4F/girLv' : -
.: *, v union Street :
.girtK, VtCMr. Dixie Phdrm
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Mr. & :
DRUG .. .ASK, US:EU; .'. jir MrsHaywood.' !:: Thompson: ; & Mrs:: James,..Roberts. 26
STORE < 't-" '\ 1. .2337; : ; 1stStreet: girt Oscela Street, girl, : -,*, .

.". J < Sandra*Janes has fleets' getting Verdi r- Street :boy.: Mr. &: ;!BUs Charles( <:Sinunons, 199S KINGS' BOAB> at MTBTLB AVENUE .-\'. ". --.,'

1907 Kings Read ,ELgfe 3-8278 help Jrom:'dozens.of,students.in her Mr. & Mrs.: .William-: EFord:, 2125 1 "',Mr. & Mrs, Dewey Smith,,-.1431 ,PHONEfl> >BL t> LMSJ6 f" ,<;
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A COMPLETE .LINE''OFi.. V dally*, routine-of 'fevSfig out what's .McQuade Street, 'b Y., Prince Street, boy. x .'

Cosmetics Rubbe Goods Candles ,- Saadrfe happening in and around the school Mr.: & Mrs. .EHrfm} Handy 3'Zl6Dayis Mr. &: Mrs. Lucious .. Thompson PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER; AND TELEPHONE -..

PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED, : FOR ,AND DELIVERED campus. ,*, .Seems as though a lot of Street, 'boy4A r: n 504 Abelia, Road, boy. > '.". 'i ;BILLS AT OUR STORESUBDIVISION ".. .
:Mr. Mrs. Albert Waiter :
good things are taking place and 8c :, 1502. Mr. &, Mrs. Columbus James .RtT

-, should be known;: When Pee Wee Prince Street, gas (twins). ': 9,- Box 418. giri. .' -: ,_: ; l

you know who broke off their steady Mr. & Mrs.' JertRne. ,WiflianSs.>>, Mr. &: :Mrs. Orel Rocker, 194S W. 'r.' s i ,. :,:"" ;:':"

act Eugene laughed. But he ,stopped 2557 'W. '.en!, Street, boy., 4th Street, girt .-. !;: .::;,.,.' ':,_, .. :' ,: '; ,. ,. .;"; .i ia .

laughing when his:best.friend moved Mr & Mrs. Robert Anthony, 1159 Mr.WIllie.. Baker 1240- ." ,

OPENINGS FOR NEWSPAPER RERORTERSPRINTERS him .out, ,of the heart of his best Logan Street girL Odessa Street, girl. .- ;..' ., / .. .. .
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... Mr & Mrs. Howard Henry 1882 : ; r ;
girl Kat He Is not finding thingsso 1. Mr. & Mrs. John Odom: 402. S. .: .

PRESSMEN ADMEN funny now. JIhree boys are Anderson. Street/boy? ,* i nth Street, girl

still trying to'win Wilma's heart anda Mr. & Mrs,. AUen._Scott'115 Lewis. Mr. & Mrs.Robert Scott,.ISSff( .W. S ...
There openings for Street, giL I .FYETTVI Ii
are fourth one showing goo goo eyes 23rd. Street, girt :
1 EXPERIENCED editors. Jlln, &. Mrs. Wilson Thomas '
738
Newspaper reporters at'her'we' wonder what her secret .. Mr. & Mrs. Harold Deng in,. 1651
copyreadersadeetf.i.s salesmen, drcalaiten: 'is..Several young ladies from Court JT,. boy WIndle Street boy. S

men and women printers compositors.operators. 1a.. other schools in the aunty who Mr. &.; Mrs. Johnny Taylor, 2965 Mr. & Mrs: A. C Fulton, .2332 S (
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type test attempted to Willow Street, girL ,
.. came to taktE a Southern Avenue, boy. West 29th Street and Spires
Mr Jc Mrs. Tboanas'JZ1Ihxval ; .
tevr boyfrksds the side
take : on >
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BEGINNERS WANTED TOO '- We' will irate but a* such luck, .Barbaar M. Is Street, boy. Mr. $ Mrs. Eddie Hams 2102 New Homes for Colored People Built
Myrtle Avenue boy.
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Mr. &: ,MrS.. Freddie :V2
'good of t biding her secret .
doing a job
young reporters. and. "people for all d.psrept. 1404 Grothe Street, girl. Mr. & .... Sheppord JeHeKon,
U yft'M.ye. a. reel derife"tefJ --f.a s.ai. admirer from ever body. Is Mark Street, girt': 1151 Lincoln Court boy. >. Under Expressway Relocation re riot
there secret romance going oh J betweea -
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of the feaieraKj Mr. .& Mrs. David Made' 562Verbina
aepspaper ft Mrs.. Suffiian \ !
IF. darcace
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Edith Q. eat Walter M. ? I II ,
U28 W.. 43rd Start;.;girL Road bay. : r ,
WE NEED Men and :waen t7s.' .j'ee l aiiir !I .There: must be. a big reason .h- Kr &':'Mrs.Melvkt Mr. &: Iftx, Leroy woods, 136 W: ;
this secret It ,there is between : ,'Forest. ,1 lJIi (I .
anything .
.. aged. la all field .fer/a chafe a.w JJi .e a.i t feSoarfe coupks wi'Stl'eet, boy; 29th Street: boy.. ,
ten The ,
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a'MrS-.Le Mr. &: Mrs. William McCtottd,
"F are trying; .to prove who is the best Jfc Glpson, ; iw.w., J-.r
.. .... 19th, breet 1619 Middleburg Ave.,, Green Core; of. t \
: or' on ,the campus1 GL. Lug and D. ,girl -' .;.
ACT NOW,- ... rL ee.a.da' wIIfiL'1FSTAtE ; :: 'ftfrgimJCT 'ITafTiifun ,C. : nd K. v Mr. & ,Mrs. :John:Palme, 1618 \'., Spring:, #18., girL ,
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..,. ., 3-",,,, o. : 3It.; ca--: .... Mr.. & Mrs. Rndloph ,Smife i, 2394Woodteai .
WRITE: Bleacher; Jpyct '.. and G. Knrar: t 1UUT.; .Street, boy.. Bedroom. Dream Homes Inside City Limits

', ... 'Or-' :Carotyn T. and W. :Thomas; Betty I i Mr.. 21st.&Street,Mrs,. bad s,4. Kefley- 0' ,. 512JW. I Mr. '& MR-. Joseph Ray, 15:' W. L'r :,. J., :,. !;f"i t ::>i:1g Center and CHurcKesSATUBDAY st/ <.
FHESf girl.
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D. cnA J. Darts .Natb BIel J.. <. t' "
i Jfc. &: Mrs. Arthur Tilknan. 2M3Loulaana 22nd Street girLMr. 6 t'11! Mo.t:1 f. ..cl Y nnce: =. -:, -:
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P. O. Box, JaoheanTttle L Fla. ;wbo has been dint "Mr. Wonder- ... t s
,fc Mrs. Johnnie Tysec, 934 ..,
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\ ''that'S. Jones.- 1s BOW referred to as;, & Mrs. Otis Steves"" ; .1m E. Albert .Street, boy. Jaaes. '. ", j ,' :.. 1 :;: <. $0 r t "j'r-. :: .
Mr. & Mrs. Matthew 90
r 321 Street: girL\ < Y.i 3i : T'i.. ;.!yL .
; Venus;; Ct. Apt. A, boY. ; ..) : .
M. Ms., >
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Street, boy. := ".- Mr. &: Mrs. EJnfo.BeD, 611 Odessa .... ...' _,... :, 't'l.-. "".'" ...... ..- ."" .... '
BUSINESS tMUECTORY Mn &: Mrs., ameS .Stubte, 'HI l Street;, boy. :: r : I' : :
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Third ". Mr...&: Mrs. Leroy .MdTkdiea,, 4143Lockhart r : .... ,0' ,. -:;:1 ss1oo :
Street, boy: : ;r.* ;> i.' f S :* ->,; .. > !fr '
MK BuckFlower : Drive, boy, \ -
& Bus: ; 54 N. : : ,
The Firms Listed! Below Are RecooMiended ,As Reputable EstftbiishiieSpecialising ;; -Street Court, ;boyi-; : : -., Mr. &: Mrs. Eugene Mobley, 1014 r 1 ..j" }: .t,....":.1:. ,,\' 'Jo 1 Jw.t.fymg !:.,

\ Services and Product Mr.. &: Mrs.. ,Milton Flyna, 1213Steete Bakes Avenue,, boy. : '. '. : .':n},', 3:.

Mr. & Frs, _Willie Thornton, .1616 -' .. .
AUTO SERVICE Street,'g' Payne Street, boy. \ .'i '-,. '... ;: '::i:.', : :: ., + .;. : .;: ," "'!Ul-., .
Washington' Health: :Service Mr. & Mrs. "pdefl Gadnev' RJ. .2, .' { .>'.:, :;;OPEN. AND. 'SUNDAY'CALL'' :: '

:.. Abundant ua" Box 36, boy.. ) :.:. J :>:.{.-. :
.MHa RleSg.krdwlhqJ'L ..
PAINTING COMPANY Try Swedfak aI ,,' ) 14 .
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Complete iBod? Repair & Pam' Work,, ; C le81c'r : .-. : : ';' :
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D' c.- W.-\ gt... M hm.f' .. : :: i.,1 i ; :
-:-.:Oyer Baked Paint Job -:= AUTOS ofserlay &io a .yr I : !; :'
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Price Slart at 54JX) For 23 TeanN. t'i &r J .r ::, .-..- .

1532 East Adams Street EL .5-IM5, ., Mprlis Are&ae I EL4-S47I ;,. I : ; : '
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FOODS WILLIE SMITH "DRUGS 1680''F.rtS, .' I,( "' ) } !k r t'IlfffPJ.AL" "'.; :: .' :-r _< ?lt _" '

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GUS INA'S SUPERMARKET FB' teliver? any 'j*rt: ol,,_t he.. COMBIJSTiO.V. y 21 ,SL> < : [
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In .Groceries --: REI.IliLE I' .
Want The Finest EIISI/I. ..
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tol West AsHley StreetMISCELLANEOUS 4-13&0 THE DRIVE fl' .
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And Meats Come See Us ... ESlJ1.TD'JIOCK; :L : .
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'JUUA GEORGE 5 &:: 10-CF.IiT; -:''./, -- = .. ,, FOR BETTER TREATMENT :

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-. AAA BONDING AGENCY ,. :, Ce rteo...'Trefttm tDark J .I I1918rLp OF :
NECROES1Y LOCAL
FIRMS 1
.- CitY County aid. Fed sat hL; y :. Opx.ism'!o',7. p..:&.',;: : : ... :,

Bldg. II'LIlty3Y Street .1EL ,i-Ul < .. "'",
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Law Exchange : I
J would like to sa. a new pollcr of better ti'et! .

,, ACE RADIO & TV SERVICE .e'' (' j\ meat to Kegro customers tdopted by local flz &, ,

I MAGGIE CONFECTIONERSAll : I t seni b !cg called by'mr fl t name. by R8IIIUm
'. 39 Years In Eleeteoatai and saleswomen. .
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,4 Work Guaranteed343forest ,, BEER -,CIGARSCIGJIRETTES: : 1 \ I believe
; v ; '; A\\-- I that Negro palnaai Sould be' proridodmpl ,i
Street:. STIMIQUANA : 4M'. ._4. 1..1'ICE''C [ i/CIOSMBTICS" "" ; .p-- : .rst room fadllHee la local eatabI bm+mt'' and .

Roan TRADING' _,M.. L., Harrk v EL. 3-M1 : l: .!wcerPLACASQ { .'. / an and. rest.:!put, zooms to jlm-cro.w' i.19' ca drinldng c loualals; -. -

.: < CE7'A)1E.12'A7INGAtLA1R -
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POST JiIE'ti1TJl
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accomplish theM
jcaangW 1 am willing .
v '. Complete Garden lap... QUICfc SERVICE t F ifIk'? o Pig firm that. to:C* M .
i ? ; .. MATTRESS' CO.: are awilM&g io meet .tMH: .d_r ;
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Fertilizer Fruit "PrxxhicisNew ) ; IJ: : A UW fc H D V Hi B.- !.t
sad Used Furniture, boMgkt eM4 saHMfr ees Beoormitog OurAtei ....! -.- r'F'' :.. -=--- "" .; '':' ':; :..

"'!hasa Bead SP.1 'Ok-; --t ._ ; ., :=;--:= :-KAME. ; t .': .> .- ,' 'a Jl'. f, .
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-Week E rs. tirdaYJ.becei'stl9et'' 12.'i1968;;- .-U... &;; I r; ; THE FLORIDA ST 't..2s ;

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Dear Reader* tW i' irrfter; Is ,still II J *HS jvjtir: n Vic;a cr losing, -ad'the o ', .
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fffogi. \what w'.. h the frenzied festiv- I Xew:Year -trill hare ;..an unhappy .., { "
ages of the :;":-* ->evai+h AnacaJ f "fart''Jt.'* wf 'Q i nrO ., ,,Q out gas *ill ".

'Oaoje Blossqoi Casrde held In' lam \ c>rmeabi., '- .. ': '. : '-
} last r tcr:3: ars! v&ldi: : !i was FI' iii "1' "
1t &aklng ,. !' paartIons
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our good for::zpe to: Attend. fo the ,,:
gaiety p( the season,egj nog, : .
Wlulo: there, v.c' :.':!pp d for' 4 l'I j'cofckt'U parties .1 orniais;.(tc.,let, us x v "
while with Mrs. LSlias EUjerKjsjol. nat fet( the true meaning of ? 1 a ,
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1713" X W. KfSj Court a 'very i CISrJIstmas,and' The ]Wee: 'Ono' who + : :

wonderful pars n. CD this occasion> I was the 'reason for It all; :re'menuV

we were aeoanp4od'fcv ?;.rs. 3lyr' I w+n S .too that' there W...- more

tlce King whoVas serving as 'ch. ,n- blessings to'be"derived from :'givingQjm : ;

erone Isr "Miss flew StationSenior truth recehn: :. ,.
School" of 'iaa-TO(), 3Uss -. Gloria I t
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tovett, and' L"1Othe gtaaton: sfe&ft*. .A ar> e31
We "slept fc cocple of
meeting
It was nlso our. pleasure to tsar
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61. Les' Trieze Anises Bidge dub
with Sir. *sl r.ils.Ilsm: W.
held recu tly.- Hcweve do
know
.Green and heir children, Joyce and we
that the most -tecent meeting was.
William, Jr.. :
ndd Li the hc .y; c: Miss! GwendolynScfaelL
We won't tI'1.to ten you about .'. .. .- '

Miami 'this time, however, for U }au '
Ouwtaid-.g players cub
have ever been there yea,know" tIWIt among
members induded Mrs. :
Vanorlan
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Is "Us greatest" 'and.lfLlve' ;
Bot ;yet visited It, plan to do so real Scheii; |Hrs. Cbplyn'. Miller, .and- ;

soon. Mrs.' Doris A. -Joces.. CLUB MEET Memb\ rs of the Classie Lassie Bridge, Club who were ,

Back *j home, there is no rest Inright We will br ni.tD. :you ,more/:of the meeting held, in the home of Mrs. Alveta S,,Allen; re,seen here. In the

with, the Vcletldc Sa1soo'pen fast, activities oi., .the' ,' Thirteen' Friends left are ,Mesdames Hazel Pink, Helen Toney, Sarah Wright and Alveta
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mB&Bg are ind the stores faseaitb next week. .' .'i; .*. dck row, in the ,same' order '"are Mesdames Carolyn*White Washington, Allen.'A

of' gifts and toys:aad mate; i -! >. ." -es fc Juahita*Williams) .and! Dorothy Oliver; 1 ,1 a 'S**' i i '

tateine, .Jo spile of. fee hustle and '.-Thi e Hellenesfans' met lasrSatmvfey r. '?' T !'f

ladle, a': spirit .< fooel cheer, presents evening inn lie )tJ\ely'brie;"of and .Mrs. DeVemon Nicks 'was the R

heartwarming picture.' Ea'hear Dui, and,Mir.1',/. enkJns, 409'West scene of the most recent meetingof Friends of Mr.\ '''f; itF'a James H., Agrett: lib, Classie .

wa promise' to, do oar Christmaa the Kevinettes Birdge Quo., 8. ;
Mrs. Florence Tomer. and :MrtuFmmmiec are wishing .for him a. most : !
shopping early, bat each: seaM Geors* were nest' pl7'erf Ms. Nan Fletcher, Mrs: Lucille speedy return to good heattk.Mr. .I ;

fled*. w "feoofiag" lit with.iast tk>r, tie. ;obca&loa:, with_ Mrs. Oarfe, Mrs. Ruth Banner' and Mrs., Argrett Is Priacpl*I.(bfwesten N.r Hold ee ; .!:!

tsif> shoppers. .and loving every Turner .qmt&fjfaf. ,for. file -guest Frances Johnson were special r-8ealor-BJp: "ScfaoeL

mteato.of k.laddeetaBy. prize; a guests;. with .Mrs. cork 'winning, the The Classie :,
I Club Meeting In :
are you sore' that Membtrtf present included: ,.Mrs. .guest. prize.
This is all for note, friends..Until Mrs. ,Alveta S.
yon have ememberod! everyone, Carolyn Washington Mrs. 'Pearl ,Mrs. Pearl Mackey'Mrs. Barbara Christmas
KEEP
SHOPPING
and I me>a. EVERYONE, Aunt Sae, I: Mr:: *Evdyn' "Barnes; Mrs. Kathryn :Harpe, Mrs. 'Saah Lovette, and .' ,t. Friday Evening, 4

Sister 'Kate, Ooasln "Butflittle Robinson, 'Miss Bernice Griffin., TS.* AIs. Thelma Greene were winners The business

rowndown., street, the postman, th Bernice Hamilton, rs. Leona" Bennett oi club prizes. presided over by !

Joey'next door, dear old Mrs. Brown Mrs. Ve man McCtone, Mrs. Mrs. Nicks"treated. her guests vto Mrs. Margaret

down the ,streetthe ,postman, the Leola Dudley, and Mrs. Geraldine a most eye ppealoig f ( and'" deUclou$ Wedding Bells ous committees
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paper boy, theyard .man:)' If yea Jones. ... meaL and, plans for

haven't, there are' 'tUIl.a cccpla cT Clan prizes were wort.by. Mrs. APPLICATIONS.. ', FORMARRIAGE Season were

weeks rem leisg' ..>.ta."/:tate advantage Washington, ''Mrs.McCone, Mrs.Dudley Even though we have, not yet LICENSES the next home meeting of ,

of them. r3&,.. : 'S,;; VA ." and; Mrs. Geraldine Jones gotten1 all the details, sack 'as name' ,COLORED !

wod to the;.>gW: Shopping after which the group was served a weight(; etc., we Just must be the son.Guests .

sometimes, paves 'to?;be 'a difficult delicious repast. first to 'announce the birth of lovel of : r ..
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Mrs. Minnie Lee
and often This fine is panning a to Dr: and
tiling Job, working up a group daughter Mrs.. Charles ;
General 645
I ;Butler, N.: LinoofiiCt: I Margaret
mammoth appetite, W &xal: yuar' Oiristaas party during the ap-. Wilson. ; ,
47 and Dora L Lowe, 645 Nt. ,,Lincoln) Powell, and Mrs.
calories as you go through the,busy preaching. 1 season/, Bath Bonnie and the baby are Ct., 47. 'Mrs. Margaret t. .
Christmas social se--.s;n. It can '
4 getting along fine In' Brewster Hos Rochester; the
M,1790KjQ
Rd. guest
Mr.'iI" prize.
mean the difference between hold- .
die Twelfth Street home of pital. I 41 and Alyce J. Caesef,. .13 8 E. winning prizes :

v't!'., : Washington St. Lake .City, Fla. 42. Sarah Wright: ,
1/ ', Eddie Alford 'SL- Oliver and Mrs.
.. 80i E. Union ; .
21 and Louise CUmmings; 18 ,E.49th A local phot

I .MOMMY. MADE IT,. St., 24. the hostess took

SHE'S ONE'I OF THE: SEW-YOUR-OWN SET" Andrew E., Ratliff.JUO West Pas- the, group. I :

cheoula St, 19, and Betty, Jordan, Members p.r
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., Evdpst o1a_ The' chiid's ices a, has a: Yellow'plaid woor, the bodice I 2676. Wisteria Sf 17., "_. Mrs Margaret .
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three-gored gathered akittaads is,of white broadcloth and the Leroy nflton,, Jr.. 1453... .West' Wright, Car 0 I

A rebec's good taste la :' <
clotH. Is rejected ia what &e float front neck & bea ecu with.pearl* buttons. When 1220 Steele Court, 22. liams, Dorothy:

.feet chHifcMi, :;went:, Foiat oat .sad has,puff sleeves gatk ed, the dress is made in ;.cotton, Jos. Gl6ver, 1218 Odessa St, '21 Toney, Alveta S.

a .'ell.geseeied. roaaa aids at Ae shoulders fate b..... &e weskic.may be of pique Ot nod, Barbara.., L. Major? ,. 7U 'W., 4tn ,1r
;.*.. ... 'wagec thac IMC: Lace end rick 'rack',toMmSmf.caa liaen. st- --). : e

soa or danghnc is as'Mipeec.w fewa the .froar.' and oije. Jamea-Edwards., ics W. 22nd St., : .. >:. .J.i> ',;"' ,
tie tieeves.'A tie belt' ,- .. "
climes -
and'Jessie .
third. 22 Bacon, 4180 Kermit "
vThe ,version of this .
cite waMtuae ;
.. 4 : f .pattern has buttoaed' band Rd., 19.Willie. ',(J) /'

Bee erojr lie sneer wee oa die bodice, with contrasting Burns, .1112 Dora St, 20 <( t. '

!'Iateeeed. ...sekZ aedfer'faeei Aaoflg Calcic choices for collar and cuffs. A, tie and Mary Oobb, 4131,Coonie.St, 19Lonzte > fC:' .. .
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a as ili4Mock J ia the his dress Me printed cottons, belt Is attached at die front Johnson, Jr., 7233, Mak :i .

bigscoot of ektUne'a wear pcflk,cottce bcMidclbth, calico St, 37 and Juantta .Simmons, 7233 ..... ..

lag,aepaf*!, Hie. 07' j&f aedr- oc chaMis. 'Contrasting or Fashion-Sewing' Weekly Mark St, 25. .', .: lJ) ) "

eta. cnwl..o.p..ftI ,matdaflg" tarn may "be used. Tip: The measurement across Bobby J, Davis 1365 W..- 22nd st., :
of their due and theirdress. ,
: / 23 and Clementine Bynes, 1517 W.
a -child's breast '- not the : 5 r.dd
dB8Krs Too often child's 45th St., 19. .
is used dor.esaine .
the difference is sls Ia age, to .
The bigger girl's dress also size AIexander'Jordan Jr. 4931 .Rhode _
'addittoc t tfeere is the laerita- pattern : because ; Y J
has a full, ,three-gore children the same age vary Island Dr., North; ,24.%and Annette .
Isle of : -. .
growth ft child, making gathered skirt and in ..... -. ... .:
set-in
k a ao9t 1af>os9ible lot him greatly height and girth. Watson, 1458 Wendle., 21. ,: / '
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or'her fD year, a gaaaeac more sleeves. A delightful' addition Robt. L. Yeartle, 14i7W.,,5th, St, "- : -
.is the saug wesJ t. The dress rj& -- tr ":
than oae season.r 20 and Dorothy Brown; 1417 W. c -
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btmoas the 'back and -
at has '
5th St.,17. ;
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elastic ia the Iace-trimmed of
sleeves. ,As shown here, the Leroy TVffliams, 1150 Franklin St, ill.
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The aaswer, of course,' 1 s"ID skirt is made of xed-greea- 24 and Evelyn S. Brackett. ,_;620 E. '
be found ia home sewing. 1st St., 17. 0 ; 4

This is as easily done as x James Simmons 1027 Daniels St\ S '

said. The woman jrao 'insists 19 and Mandy Neal. 1923 -.W:;5th :7 Important : _
,
bat I can't I've ,
) sewn Y ago St., 18.James. ,;', .
Christmas
,. sparkle Q) .
never, made a thing in 'my'life" .! "
Is in for wonderful Robinson, -2296 J'. Lewis St:? .:.. -_ shiny! newPo" '..c < to
a (
23 and Rutha M. Blake;2S9S( LewisSt : f: Ferret shoes! '4OrtaGda -' ... .. .
adventure' once she makes up J l. Y a K vYYr 19. .' ', -- ., ," -. ,'i .. Get them now: ',;' / .
bet salad that she is going to "
Willie Golphin, 1929 ;W. 2nd-,;St:.,:. t artier O '4 '
do hero, sewing. The. ,pressures .. :::" {
'.of i 29'and Annie Jackson;100.1.Imerson cod, festivifles.Pofl If- 98.50
e.coaonuc'DecesSlty St., 29; ; ." :- -: t .. '. \ Parrots tire : .. ''
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can no doubt make her more / ; "' "1 : .'
ri the most exdllng ,, S'r '
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detem iaed. .
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.J > \ 'j gift! of ell becpjie{ tfleV :' .
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"* Half &e 'tm Is selectingthe ,; ,_ ri : ,tff:: ,: Expertly crafted t "or
aad fi&nd This : .. ... i ; .
patttfaf : 6jyyLs + r >. i Item \epther*, ,", > ,.: .
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unfamiliar freedom of choice : 1 V_'-. 'jind' in. clothes ;is "amti1at6gexperience i -r" ': f. Ov .
/T/n.} .. .. : for proper fit;. ::.,"
!! acd heighteas:the '
::uaN TC E'.CREAr4, Clu7dretto'a0ases; _"' ,'"
enthusiasm of the mos<.reluctant '" 'lore them! ,
sewer. Here ske'hw the t- c.e r ; %-C5 >"J- ';". Q) '
Moke idecHonjtoday -
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chance ceabiae her daaftbt- 'r
t 'fit.a bd J.r -fromo ,_ ''"
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best color: ,, the jaost flattering .' .
taft.t $i' :..;. i I-
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s yle.a d theadaptable' post .., : 08 sizes end fdths. .' I'J) .:
fabric.She'.can forget f .. ._ _.... -J. ;; .'i- -. .;. ,
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about trudging .. .
through '
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stores, findint"the' style ,butl Kozy 4ibavh ..f .; ""+ .'
cot the size, ,or the color but f'f. "
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cot the price Best of.all,sluecan % ,. .; :....

feel:heart-warming pi: 1IOU _
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when .k tr _,dftoghter twirls: ::" .. "
t fiat mi.....;.'CUO'ltJ Here ttein4 ".wM' ties > .<. :
: abo. :. Hy moraayvocakaa U aid'ss' Asfeatvred! on TV ,',
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'sad, n+rATofleMlr: .....+r. hire alt ota js{ 4t-iwtIl'ita'aeiei,, I LEARN' TO DRIVE; : : ': :;

: ltwe.jf -. ... sat dMLJe..utd tt:' ,... .... ':s..cu.t. ,Driftn} ', Lku.at' SHOES. JFOIt, CHILDRENVaxson's :" ,.::
The Jhde isia4a pi cared.InaneSea '
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A late tM ..:'9stt. le.,'La- Mt..M..'" rs4 '
t'r s. ... :1adYsitbt .ik ...+ ... .at t 1. lace trim."Tfce thin'stem mttkl. SAFEWAY>RffKG ': :: : : ;1 :

ei.MiaN In' t P.laeawt.b ..... ...' : eIaIW'.W 'slard .' .SCHOOL"' _' :. '

W; [? ". ''.'." .... teal t..'.tLle. .. ..... .'..' ; 800 wit Beam:. lt 1It} ; : :llOoteryMt .<:' .i<' .

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: Alphas To'Hold Founders: DayBelford ."" CHURCH NOTES ')fatc

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Observance Here ..
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Lawson, past Stonta-Muss-Cho= undertheai-I. REV W. B.:MILLES6n '-ST. PAUL, NURSES h. 1 .. : .s" :- *

.derit. of Alphd. Phi i Alpha preSt-I rectiorvof Mrs.: Oliva Williams t ,:Monday/.December 14, at'8:00 -, The Nurses First Aid group ofSt.Paul .:.. 0t : *
will be the.
ternity Smith. PAL The Laura Street Presbyterian AME Church announces that \ \ -.
the Annual .
Founders Day Church win"be :the, scene of a testimonial a blood bank has been opened fo
Celebration\ i of Upsilon The speaker will be intro- '
the members of the church and
service for'its pastor. Rev.
Lambda Chapter at Ebenezer duced by James H. Greene, >4 W., B. Miller for his three. years theyare requested(. to go to the blood! t .Speaking of Public Safety: -kk
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Methodist Church, :on Sun- principal" of James Weldon of faithful', serviceRev.?.* Miner will bank and donate blood In the 'name SAFE STREET LIGHTING

-A day.. M.. December. 13 .at l 11:00 Johnson ,Jr. High School. :W. be laving the.aty: shortly to accept of St Paul AME Church SAVES, LIVES, MONEY :"icfc

Holmes ,of the local ." a new post in New' Yok City. -
,. president '\>,.' : S. win be- at
Mr. Lawson is one of the ;'; < Mrs.: Wright on duty CLEVELAND, O.,-The public .
country's most distinguished: chapter will give the occb.sion. S Among, the civic,- eligioui and the church each ,Sunday for the should realize that it spends
Civil-Rights lawyers. He has -. .. community representation will be month of December., much more in a year on night S
\ made several trips abroad for made .py I Vrr C.. :S. Williams the Mayor's traffic accidents than, it would :
I d
The monthly meeting the,) FirstAid pay for the adequate street light'ing :.I.,1e;
the State ,Department of the some .j i Yough Advisory Council of which will be held Dec. 10 atp.m. that could have preventedthe
group :
United States and presently in: the. I R ev. Milieuis, a memberr? ;; Alton car crashes. '
mantains offices in Washington sentation : Adams of the Jacksonville BranchW. 8 Interviewed here, Edmond C.,

D. C.James James E. Trim- I, M. CC A.; fcev. J.:8-;: Johnsonof Powers, .educational_ director of I

E. Huger, administrative Matthew of the I. 'the A.. M. EJ Ministerial' Alliance; the lighting Street Bureau and Highway backed up Safety this V(/ ../JJJ'J J..J.I.g J L!
assistant to the presi- Schoof. t school Rev "fc H Wilson of, the Baptist BUEWSTER'uuROUP claim by citing UV v
dent of. Bethune Cookman home on Brotherhood;; Rev A.. J. Hughes of: Brewster Methodist Hospital was .,. sv.'Ttiy an annual toll
Florida hiUion'as A of the. Pepsi Cap
of tip
$1
represented at the Hospital
College and Southern Vice- Day been as- St. John Baptist, Charchi the Inter- the :JIm for to these oaf
Association which convened at the
President of Alpha Phi Alpha, Detach- denominational Ministerial Allianceof traffic accidents
Bryant, ; '' Am8dcaal, as
will present:'Twenty-Five YearAwards" Hos- which .Rev. Miller is President Hotel Meye ecently by Jack H. that adequate young
Greene, Whittington, administrator, Robert street make oar coaa&y Mi
to members of the Pvt. Trim '
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George Laua Steet Church will be represented Nordham assistant; Stephen Darn, lighting could our commanlty a betteroiaco
local chapter whohave served, liam ,H. special as- omthe program throughits supervisor of collections; Miss Lew "'.' have prevented."On la.,whleb to iw .
Afphadom and humanity for eight week top offinancial
that period of time. press Rev. J. B. 'js 'a gradu Geneva Fellowship' United Presby ellyn Horton personnel secretary; toll," Powers said, "at *'* d
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terian Women's Organizatioq Mrs. Tbmmie Curry clerk of collections least 10,000 persons lose their
Selections will be rendered I and ton High( ,'Trustee Board, Session, Service Club department; Mrs. Margaret J. lives while another 400,000 are -IeIe
by the Matthew W. Gilbert Meth Edward seriously injured in Bight accidests ;
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servioo'r \
Floral Qrde and
Glee Club under the directionof I as hCst1.)' (U. S. Army. Sunday, School )Bass, volunteer ; I. that street ligttinr, by -
Miss R. Gress and the ) Usher Boadrs RodeQ Roberts, vice president of permitting safe *is2>iHty, would iCiC
I servanee
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board of directors and Ch rles D. have prevented.' \
/ I Music will be. 'fua sbed: by the Beoo&s, Ember of board. "Wo have reports 3'icshos' small? i
Westminister and0J0ils, of he said "where
large doss ) ,
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W lyfJo.tmae To pha.its; Fraternity.Founder's the. church. ,'and,'M!::., K. Harper' Brewster Hospital Auxiliary members lower thorough overall cost fijp&es asalysfe after has shown B ht-,| :-Ie

: ? : .-in-the. aud wlthm.: Rudyne'Davis serving asorgaiiisO7re attending'.were: Mrs. SaUye .B &C than hose irfcea tr* ts were.,!

ft'1 ,'Col- tBbU5ervice771 Wm f OW' tb1s Vfr1 t. president;; Ms; ,.EloIse, Lew- .p orlr., lighted,or MtMi itod ata& *
Chiropractic c :.in You.IVtItIeItN".1_ :;public>" Invited to attend ey:Ms. Winoea. C. .Alexaa&s and '" "* f *
-S It VA< .49 4&A AAmfc 9V! ** uhwhole
; Mrs yiolaMnse.Partidp j fciJBhl a y VOT WVBl y M9 *
V Lawson, ,osf- '1 ,. ail has AA .IBSfi -bdfSA!

A.TII.ITIIASTIIMA ; Washington. ., h $ t1t1.: ...I. ys ting organizatioes' on the ,'aDd ssahl bsW" BcWIDc.J Powers f *,

BEAST TBOUBLE speaker. Mr. BBEWSTBB; program were: Blue Cross of Florida W.el M *
H1RCi
FAIRS '. LIVES TBOUBLE 1 president The.. Brewster Men's. dub. win Inc.; Association, .' of florida 1h'8. .s'Mff" to tint irSP CASSANDRA >>-
B. NEALBlocker
HEADACHES 'NEEVCOMlHTIWf. meet: Sua&vTat...t: +jajn.. la .fee. Sodety fPersesael -Hospka "Pharmacists; ,1M ttBlNMtaa 1hs -11I, UiaI
'fIf,JIioMra'a. Jr. Hfcfe Scbeol
dining: room.,ct Brewster.Me&odist Directors DirlsioBa 1 and
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BODY PAINS : nndergraduate H t* W mvHed SMtes4ddTnarv Tribute is paid to Cassandar ot
-AMD 'OTHER COMMON AIL-! .. Delta Lambda Hospital In'one of the most. 3mpa'tart' Florida Asgoctetfryy Nurse Anesthetist at HT t" t fo* r public the-8th grade class She if a member
meetings of the year. fnoUi .JutiB ft JLaEa
MERTS. DORT PUT OFF are sponsor !:Charles D. Brooks, principal of ewtfjfclag elM la Bfevt&a of the Chorus Dean's Healper
AMY LONGER. LET US PUT :_observance, New Stanton H&rScDOol will bring Lectures wee made ,at luncheon BubSe'wffl: bt rem'modem1treet Club, and attends St. Thomas Bap-

YOU ON THE ROAD TO GOOD; ,.of the found the inspirational message, for the nd, banquet meetings by Dr. FrankS. eoariaces Hfct4n efiHala when tact the medormtowptod. public' fist tur h She enjoys singing, sewIng

HEALTH. ) This: fra;. morning. Mr.: Brocks: is fully cap- Groner, president-elect of American ..L"' and drawing. Many friends will
VWt 0. ..cIem.CIWc of Greek letter able 'of. hinging the type of message Hospital Asy afi", Leo M. : miss Cassandra during the Xmas

and was Wachtel, president elect of florida I holidays
to,the group" f will ,:bring encouragement I I
its constitution Atongrwith Serving as Medical Association. 1 .. ..v.tc ........
I an races, color : Stanton and then continuing I -- -
principal of : 'AU hospitals in Jacksonville
,
members. in, the, same. capacity .aNew I
area were represented.
GOLDEN RULE Fraternity: has Stanton, he .is:weU.known for :kEJ-4

his'work in civic anr ,religious cir
undergraduate .". ictc -
,- the District cles.He FEMALE. CHORUS SLATED ____
HEALTH CLINIC traveled extensively re-
BWI and ;;' has The Zion Hope Female Chorus GOLD SIFFEREIS
J : presenting Duval,County on several -tc
will be presented in a ,musical recital Get STAN BACK, UbltU .r pewdtn.
'
M 518 Broad Street Between : hold its 45th occasions at educational and I health Dec. 13, at the st. Joseph for <-.li.f of COLD DISCOMFORTS.Th ,
conferences: t bus gaining{ .a vast Church STAN8ACK prescription, typ *
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Baptist at
\ p.m. .
Dec. 2&30 in store house :of information gained formula U a combination of pain r*"t

,.,..&'_.....-. ?"- '":l.-- --_.. .?-*..-_-.-_....-_-*...... from 'contact, discussion(and panelsin Mrs Emily Hayes is sponsoring for Having FASTER II'tOAdienta' RELIEF that of work HEADACHE.tofltthar *

.. other sections of:the(Country.) ,.the group and she .is' extending an NEURALGIA and ACHING *
President J.' Earl.':Morse is urging invitation to music lovers jof the duo t. colds. STANBACK MU'CLi *
... city
______... ..._ DUCES FEVER. SNAP
ail memoerS'lO.be. present w hear to attend. 8TANBACK. *
-- the message and be 'eadY.to make I. EMERSON BRYAN

\ S full reports .oa the:fruit cake sales.I Isaiah Blocker Jr. High &ool

i __ It is necessary to make, reports to Emerson is in the, 8th grade class.

find whether or not 11"Will be ex- He is a member of the Band,, t -

pedient to make another..order for Kozy Korner dent Council, and Honor Society. He
the Christmas ruch : spends-most of his time in die.Science,

Laboratory and Band, HaL'The Instructional

The president will,also have some staff is proud of Emerson.

u .very to'the interesting; club information give Eight :Sieet and Davis .


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TEEN-CLUB CL08BB I 1 DoeltAgain

The Teen-age Soda' dub recently ,
w closed its, membership: drive lor

new members. Members-were voted 1 I Box : _

into the club at'' the,meeting held in 'FR'E'E

the home'of the president, Beverly Xmas I : r.WARA
?r 3a p Boston 1496 W. 9th st. Cards : ;

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The new members are Juliette With. Purchase of a $1.00 Box Xmas Cards
Hampton, Lillian Kng, Raymond .. Or Any xmas Decorations '
SSz r Rose Theodosi.Jones, Carlton Sur- I ..
: Icicles Snow .> Lite Sets -
'bf'v : rency; Johnny GfleSf Clifford Sandra Jones, ;'' e Angel l Hair.. e. Gift. Wrapping e Ornaments.
: Ruben Reed and Holmes. .:. { t
r _Old members' Marsha Rosier I JEArT
r are PEd1$30N
2,000 -
::! + t Beverly.',bo tonittaudette J )'nor, Over Pieces a Northwestern Jr. Senior 1Ijgi *****
d" fifig a r kE Joan .Barnes, St. ,Frances Darby, -Oft Beautiful! CO Pepsi Cola Dealers and

Rodger Glover, John Houston Lowe Bottling Company are proud t0 '
Waters, Marvin Harris; ; Jackie Waters -' 1 W 1 h ".N salute Barbara of the 10.1 glade

.. < :"Y.C s ,: Godfrey Jenkins, James Haz- CostumeJewelry class. She Is a member of the.-Honor

zard Betty' Albritton, Panchetta t may, Marching and Concert
Young and Johnny Bestcn lid, Dramatic dub, and attends
: Lam Street Presbyterian
: Chorch
Miss Estelle ,Williams, instructorat schoolmates
; enjoy seeing her
Isaiah Blocker 's school is club dance.,
:- TO HER STUDENTS at Morgan State College, Mrs. \Vinder-Gilbes sponsor. ,

points out that Carnation.,is the safest form of milk for'baby's bottle. '" t : The..Most Complete roc 1

Meeting' was .held, Sund y in the

College child-d evo Arnon t .teacher; tells wit; doctors 4. 1.. i I home fcth\Miss, Sandra'",:Jones, 1167 Selection in,the CityGifts UsfenToPepsI ,
W. Street -
r LJUNIORMtSSIONABIES; ; :
.' / Music-Quest Friday(

Eecommend. Carnation for baby f feeding Nites
io:30 to l
I:00
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By Coty
r ssi0nally$ Mrs, Wind er-Gllh s is % cause Carnation is double-rich, it is Due to the extensive rehearsals .lOhdfle Request

k )own as Dr. T Vivian Wind/She<< j, ideal for coffee'and cooking too; ".Dr.. .of the youth1 and choir departments EL

t aches nutrition :and child .develop1yinder"'says; no' .o: her dorm of"toilk- month of, Second of,.Baptist December Church .for the Evening In Paris Chanel' Lentheric'v 1Toys 1- iff 604613r
Junior
ent at Morgan State College in Balti- '\ lH 'do'fpr, the 'smooth; lump-f ree Woinen> Missionary ,*,Society,me win ,

: ,' ore, Md. :'Carnation .is the most, *'cream sauce'below ;. Carnation,in the not bold any: .business meetings '

.. d gestible form of mill .for infantf%" ..xand. -white cantis the world's: .'leading throughout .the.month.: According' to Candy -- Cameras k

wast; Dr. Winder states. "Aiid: be-; r :\ brand jo r evaprated mijfcl the president,.Mrs. ABxafcr d. wm .- '," I Bee 'Bee Guns Film"Men's -'
". .'4iXECIPE -' < : ,::..(,1.. ; iams, the next. meeting:wffl :be held : ,: .l. .1. : ,'" .
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PRAYER BAND .TIXSSMembers "
..... .. I ,1''s ., .i" :" l *'{pi*fesstout.'. "."', 2 cups) l I r of'Ihe Wfeo-So-Ever-Will i :z ANSON. :' A+Cone. YQzy Orders Sold .'
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The local Ugh school basketball games vffl open soon: on aQ fronts fJ FLORIDA STAB

with the return of several lettermen 'from last' yea' teaas together "J 2323 Moncxief RdL Cor. 13ik

with many :new hopefuls ready to start' activity. +.%'r n''tr .V 5f k. r' w NOLEN JONES,)Arizona State halfback is the top scorer Or Phone EL 4-6782

? Basketball like football bas produced .- .- +55zr ia the nation among'collegiate footballers. The fleet half
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some fine talent in the different back scored 10 touchdowns, 23 extra points and a field goal PREPARE FOR

I : high schools. Some of them to boost his scoring to 92 for the 1959 season. The statisticswere Clril Service Exams

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hay&me to college PLAYERS
The tan,
skinned Jones is just another football player who men. Age 18 to 55.
which is another way of knowing went out! to do a,job. Send name addrec and

the type of coaching they had while ON MAJOR LEAGUEALLSTAR rNRATTLEE' DON.PERKINS: another: tan do phone number Io P. O.
in high school. it or quit of New ,Mexico State is
Tigers
early season 8-8 tie with
With the basketball season.getting the collegiate leader in kick-off re- Morris Box 561 Jaclaoavllls ,
College made tba differ
Boderway a plenty will be heard TEAMA turns. The big senior scooted 90- ence. The Albany Rams lost 'to

from Douglas.Anderson, Duvet Vocational yards against Wyoming and,boosted Savannah 13-8 bat defeated Paine

New Stanton, Northwestern A major league All-Star selection t his yardage 'to 404) in 11 returns '27-0, f.&i, 522'and Morrto College Watch this C 1.1\"D
( and Matthew W. Gilbert to the high Perkins also moved among the 'top tea L
recently mmed'by the Sportlng -
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school ranks and weal James
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Weldon Zaalah BSocker, News, after the players bad been POISON Two reasons why the FloridaA two conversions lor 56 points. TIE 1359 FOOTBALL SEASON .

Northwestern Johnson Junior, : and the otherJ'uBIor' picked )by 23S baseball writers and M Battlers polled the trick that brought victory to PRENTICE GAUTT, the first! Negro laxxjvered"some mighty fine football '
Florida in the Orange Blossom Classic JB&t the Prairie to talent throughout: the I. 4' 5
'play varsity football at Oklahoma state. Jacks n-
'H1 gh School teams wffl also across the nation and out of the 11playew .
View: Panthers. The two Battlers sees here. are) Tommy 1 Vine has
University was tabbed a always. turned out,its dare 6
b0. out there for the 9'4f1"s
fo&tlfoc juniorTbe daeI. div.ve _
Chaadkr of JacksoHviBe and Jake : "
Bradley of.Lake City. cinch to make fee AB-Aaerkan of football talent. Every school in
IIf IF Negroes Both players are tackles. The mek of Jake-Gattfeer termed team of: 1369. He, failed to do &0. the city can name some of its play 4 55

B*,tea alree& beeR pdell oft fM..Wi '&e town I wereplayers the tide against the' ae of BiI y\Nfcks; lSe Kattiera :were not because! be dH not play the ers who' will make good on any colfegiate _

a with Jttw ftI ,Waters eyed 'Walt oon pxe e itiasterfl ox:the 'g ttro XTOXB B0 pe HfltttTgi i HB their wual type; our game feat he Is noted team. Sana of tto players I 321.. 11 1

wi IIer QJIe ea UucCtan! fa fee frera fee *VQ aaaraad W 29-7 defeat,of the Paatfeera. TSw,QaKfceraea. : mnipiini'am, for; bat because of 'the: mediocre OB fee ,ill coSegiate teas* were .469f. ,
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of WaBM aeat Ida daaqtuafa Mays,CSaa rreadsco .faHaak rr aDd Iowa Stabs people Be ..... 'lifn" .

fee ire fir keyed op tilt fee Aaroa CMneAiiftnO fa rfebt Cincinnatti CIutNotesThe i it Til4aedthe'jt AGGfflgta ..... something crMfcte other that people besxsebes far doing lis WfttIs II ail. nrc
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come players were
off ceaaoa,fa a variety ot w are.oa 1Ie'n. ietr raafe.II. eat c. ae 1 .
ty the cefcge tea, el tie htfisehool 196S-1969 Moet TvteUe BBJOT waipJcfed -- .' faai to take to. lie. H w u a left ott It te-ash cert Ia ead nor.
tmscm! !! ,coot... era Tuy fruuipkiyteg Wed 0:8It.aer: bexa &.: J altera 'pme between fIB
teams wB hare to is keepTbe ior Bbcxtatop nd OriandoCepefe Ag4es aadxoetl ''
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IIP.8M! aettvtt.Y aad the lales+eat. SaIl Mnandeae tat baas.Tte !lie pteyera aJIId not be c&aea. Tsai

oy 'fexafebla Sad .3amJcnes B1 working M a ,Ere lane wrttet t o Sftasa TVgaple.k gabg Mri look .... .*". kkfced by Esfeee. Csa- ssme Mv Is tree,'. en It'cornel See ,.L.t tJae CLOWTIt
hea the wbeteftfag hea .
tfcteefcai the 9aa FrazdIaD t GMIIIt"big tv atit' ...... lataaeshr is 1EaFI firms ad > ....... itlae toaefeetfog= tile AB-AmertoBa .... I
look good la the, oBfefeb baa* rlibt ti 1 pl6oher. r..w oatthe Pttcbei Jay Book is rfagytag tor ridL .. Ate ... ... the CUa, tfttefa Who, av &a the players ta ac eoAlK3
}fee of tile,game. Fatness, used his lea Degree fa tier"' lts ...
six + players chose far tbeteem Dog Early
do..WwIl Negro .... ; ad umucTtinnHMn .. QIII. ,
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ale :Jofifl mya he bmy JUNIOR tnfb I
d-Stu / "wag fnff.TAtj, star Hr every tip played caring tfcs yearTWbosaw ,
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feet back m shape" a4bk. borne of the Lee A&feteB Dodgers is BOW' afi tSse pteyers ID moat
:= as was be football sear ,'Tire rsbes! mba ._ aaleNerve' of feeir 'u seoocd. <.M 'expected' fa !iII BroomaB, ,PennsytvanSa. employed as'a sales representative more man tbe Tltoes-Union. staff .

:. -. Watefa, the Bcheddea aad at- rtoc (Chicago: White.Sox;) second February., Vade Mason: -b resting at Oeklar4 for Hiram waiter Iac., according I No one. else baa tried to pick anaome&ng

.tea ckbe ameL base; 'Ed Matthews (Milwaukee White) Pitcher Mar. Fodo: fa a.eedblg CalUomtft and Johanj,Powers to at to an annoancemeBt by Ross Carhit, that fat done? For Only $3:OO
Idler (
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,.' tirr1 base; Junior College to Dearborn Kid>>- home: fa Bfayr, ghaoa, Abrhaan. :president in Detroit: Gilliam win SMOO1H SAILING: : TEL WE --. ,
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,pitchers.;* Jim Maloney Is attending Call- winter in Cincinnati, watching foot.
fcrala Berkeley; College.. Inflelder ban, and ""basketball gamm Robby ERNIE BANKS, the bard' hitting
Ernie Banks> the -great ..+aoeistep Bobby Henridj attends Long Beach reamty: *uitcJk rwvut'A',complete phycheckuD. shortstop>> of the Chicago Cubs became Of the Special Issue '

o.. FLORIDA STAR for'the Chicago,Cubs estabSsbed ,an 'California, State 'GoBegc' aid was &leal ,the eighth Negro player to IS NAMED
all-time record far shortstop*' in married to, Miss Virginia Brodbeck win the National League's Most

IN EVERY '1959. He made the fewest errors of at ,Compton, California,, on Ncweo: Pitchers Mike 0JeDar em Orlando Valuable Player Award when he von Showing The Clown '
any regular 1i1uIIi fektory. He her 21stPitcher Pena are playing winter; baseball two years in arryssJon. He becamethe ALL-BIG EIGHT
the Cubs with the, Ahnendares Cub fa the eighth player since Jackie
COLORED HOME played in all 155 of games Jbn' Brosna Is orid% Robinson

and bad only 12 errors fa .baoffing as a free lance writer fee.the Meyer- Cuban League; pitchers, Ran Sanchez von in,19G. Robinson_ perhaps MEMBER IN 1959KANSAS Starting. :Dec :i5 _
and Ted catcher Dutch set the in 1949
.';,. 788 dhanc:: L hoff Company la t Qiicago.: 1aool3Lawrence \W1e8Dd example and
.: S s Dourer, first hayman' RogeXo At was followed by. Roy Campanella. ... .
is to corapfete abe
I i house is building helping' to Springfield. ,varez and shortstop Chico Cardenas the t great Dodger ,catcher: in three cnr -Prentice Gust, Send $3.00 'to:

are'wMi, Ceas tn the same separate occasions in 1961,1953, and [Mahoma'g: ,hard,roomingand'blocking -
Ohio. Joe Nuxhan, is a Hamilton
WALKERVoational league; soattpaw Jim d'TooIe.'is. 1955. Willie Maya won the award in back, has been named to the i i

:j.} Ohio Indianapolis sale faen''Uniiied., 'Indiana_ Investment Fuwfa. with,'Valencia t In the same league; 1954, Don Kewcombe fa 1358 and 1969 All-Big light football team. Special. Isae :
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",I 1 out frequently third baseman CBff Cook Is with the Henry Aaron in 195?. Ganit was selected to the team
also working
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: and attending :Marlboro Cub ,in the Panamanian ALBANY STATS, .COLLEGEpactlcaHy for' the aecond: consecutive year aP
:1. & Commercial in the gym. League; and.Dave Stenhouse, roohderlhthand backed late ie. 1969 though his rushing fell off. P. O. Box 561
sporting events.
pitcher, is with Estrellas Southeastern Allele Ooofertnoe Named to,
Duane Richards Is the second team areLem
hurler
Rookie>
: working as a turret )lath operatorat Oriesto ia :the*. Dominican, RepubH- title wfaea Oaffia,.def eacBag cham West, Missouri; Tom Watkins, Cuu
t tJ CoHegeCOURSES Motor Mower Richmond, In- can League. ploDs B ked Saruaah State College Iowa State; Curtis Mcdinton, Kan- Jacksonville 1. Fla,

Duane'sjob is to make pieces, se-16.. Albany defeated all too- sas. Watkins was the.l 'ading ground
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Decoraiisg
) $xecutt Secretarial' Interior Tailoring cater'Ed Bailey is an Insuranceand u" _,__'m__, ..

BttIfn ass AdmlnlsirailonAccounting CPA making' Real Estate Salesman i* Knox- PROSPECTS DIM

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vine,
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Stenographic i '.' 'TedBooking 'Tonnm4'baseman POLICE CWEF
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PBXTelepkoiw JleeBlMoBIIt PAYTONI.FLOURNOY {,
and loading tA. .
MacWaeII working to the bottling '
Law Ihwr911 ot' the Canada Dry "
'11Ie. For Addltto-A1 Information departments: in', Syracuse. New At.ALBANY' STATEEven Palmyra,New Jersey, .;s'4'i '

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'.r4: Dr. J. WaBcer Brown r marksman, practices -
Alta in Hamilton Ol o. Frank Thomas year as Albany State basketball
:, ckaoBTllle 9, Fla. is Sales Man g r' for the Canyon coach,. has 'dim prospects. for the f regularly' on the .
1892 Myrlle Are.V&CCo&ege. Pittsburgh. Rams'' '.. police shooting range,
,: Stone Company; in 26 :game schedule which
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'Wa1ker : (Wholesale Lumber Dealers) and Is opened with Florid4.Norzxal. at Al-
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helping with,the Thomas'latest arrival bany, Dec. 3.Lettermen .
.. FlonrnoystudiedatNewYork
November 4. Eddie. Robinson SS
t Peter, born His
Outfielder Joe Gaines is. at Ft. senb.frtm'Athens; 'Robert Carroll, ; University.
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of duty. Gus Bell is 6-1 senior Panama Oty, 'ITa.; Oiar. y.

working with the Cincinnati Reds lie Fambro, 6-2 junior Jackson;, Lou

Ticket Office and again is undergofng Roberts,'5-9 janior, Bla& Tear;; sad k 4 f

a strea physical conditioning ,Jim Anderson, 64 'soph, Douglas, y
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4 program, similar to last off-season. ,average fittle,, better than six feet rx. ;
Outfielder Jerry Itfncfa i Is' ,with Robfeson and,Fam r 'are both: A. ;

j.ynch ,and'*, ;Cotton Enerp 9e inPittaburgh football. players and will' develops ,

,. !'' real estate and to ; than the others who havebe

jjurance busfaiess: e ilractidfig:since,Nov..L -4 'M14

rI Baddy Gilbeit" outfielder, k with Several' fresisnen.have joined'ret; :

the Pinnacle.Stone i center, a }{oox. ,etaas Nat :Riley; Cal Eeation, andDnory

viDe 'Tennessee: 'CoBStractkn Company Butts,in_seeking positions on .
: ,Infielder 'Eddie: Kasko has R erto'' last'' year's SEAC ;1 u

been gothngFaa"wiu1; begin working the t l man'Squad

I shortly in RiebflaDBd. Virginia. tourney, 'State,will.faee'Jeor to> hSIAC'i
'Bob Psrtey is-,..workfeg on fas ts, Florida; AM,Fort Valley

3 home'.to Bhet P rk,- }Pennsylvaniaand ,, Be nfrCbokmaa, aad Morris <,. .

'bwfe*, ''Cteate:peen, rookie Brown, .to pre-Csrigtmas. 'tae1t5. t

a4-1. sojApaw ',jifchwr' from Readi g. The schedulerDec. The Man Who,Thinks Far Himself Knows .
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I AA Ohio, Is )hwUfac watching foot- :: 3, Fte.. Normal; 7,.at: Fla '
'saw been workingio + ; S Tla. A&M,:11, at Ft Valley ,
-_ baH&*-"He tes AAM: ONLY VICEROY HAS A THINKING MAN'S *-. .

a larm'iB:Tuaessce. ;. 14; BetoHie-Cbokmaa' 19, Morris FILTER. .A SMOKING: 'MANS TASTE!
Catcher 'Doli Pavltti ch :married BFOWH.- v :

I _& .,IBWheim 'en:'October. 24: at i.Tjt1erwl:1', & at .Ed. Chief Floomoy says:"A poKceDaan 'I checked all the filters and t
aad win start ::t re; 9;: t.:$thPi;'',117FL Vat the with the best J
:west Affis, WiseeB a ,. must know hia job,be able picked one fay p,
run.uidd k $ "V'x wort.*. :there Ar fee FrarfdiBOotfiekiar tt.' ;-at-a t". Q"' .;::J8;; at Miss. to act quickly,. .,aad thiak far Steriae,for the finest taste,. 4paqg hs_ a ,.

;, 1 ::1i.r t.:' i -,i? TaJ:. -h i"m ee l'f.: When you tbak. for .VlC i OY.. ihinkiag man'a {2t.
x rw&.iafcnmi- k out 1I I t ;;.: !x .w' at, (::1af.. yottreetf; you ea.'t:be ....... fMhtar, a moking man's taste.'*

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