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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 26, 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:
UF00028362:00542

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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 26, 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:
UF00028362:00542

Related Items

Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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The death of Ralph B. ', : ,
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morning-came as a shock, ..toJackons. j jt


'prominent Stewart.,'.Jacksonville a member family of .'a,. .X "HARGES'IIOUGHT"AGAINST BISHOf t GOLF_ COURSE BERSERK, MAN


died in Brewster at 4:5 5 a.m. M1 TER"'FLlMSY'IY, SUPPORTERSA '

Wednesday after being in a, MUDDLE T A.IE.SNEW WOUNDS 3 IN

coma for two days following
an,operation Monday morning.A t } ; delegation 'of:AME ministers composed of Rev. Frank TWIST '

native Jaxon Ralph J. JonescfNey, Bethel; Rev, R J. Blaine, of St Paul: ; apd SMOKE'SHOP
Rev
Stewart attended local "1 'lT.: MCMI1Ian' brought! to the o !ice of the' FLORIDA:

schools and earned, his, STAR :laSt''FridaY.a! ,copy .of a resolution "1 till. ? The mayor! Burns-Corn- Red I Dan's Smoke
Bachelor's est cooperation to the entire: rledg1Dg mission Dallas) Thomas Uiop on
-degree Tuskee- program golf
at -* as, Ashley Street ,next. door
: ': ; to
gee where employed for promotedby''Bishop'SL'; 'who was recently hailed -' course muddle took anotherturn the Strand
several years and became' he e Ii' ,into U.s.. strict court. on cHarges of maladminrsuan last Tuesday night-when scene of Theatre was the
:
assistant of George Washihgt of.,chukh'funds.: the, city Council voted to last a ,pistol shooting

ton Carver the famed Negro The: resolutioiireads',as.follows kill prospsed ordinances Saturday morning when a
Jacksonville fnI'n
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.. which -authorizedf sale.of thetma who
scientist. '
I 'R'E S0LlfT1lON, : iflH" COOKMAN municipal golf evidently went ,berserk. and
coursesto
The 40-year old Jaxon was; I -.. private investors shot up the place wounding
employed as a school teacherat :
three
WHEREAS vicious customers.
Isaiah Blocker School attempt SLATED TO GET'$6Ooo The Council f S action cleared
andup.to ; ;was."inade through the the way for the City Com- Dewitt 4ledish, '2 503
a served in
year the
ago Re-T
Barnett
A.ZCRussfjto St.
embarrass mission was
charged
public relations departmentof the AME ,Church 1 by,. trumping ; GIfT for sale dto of open the negotiations courses or with intent to commit muder
the.
Afro-American Insuraace -' : up.: flimsy charges against call: .for a new round of sealed .and held at'dty jail.702B .-
father Company where his. Bishop',SiL: ; Greene and, eater D DAYTONA-. Richard B. bids, :after it had! refusedon Benny lee Terry, 27, of
Moore
Ralph. Stewart, held, tog the same' ,:through*the U.S. "announced a gUt'of .legal grounds to a Venus-Mars Ct., was
a position in accept
i ......an-" :official-,' -- District Court: '-of Florida 1600,000 to Bethune-Cook-. s sealed bid for the purchase of .shot once in the 'chest. and Is

several t presitungplor rov e. --i"", .". *! garrison. :Rhodes; an author--. ;t,-1-- I t. ,' J1 .L,R' ,
years ago;., Ida.'." Ainual"CoF, .,. i /rence'; td by William T .Stockton shot In the left rra and isde
who had home in
Survivors include : 7 : a : JDaytona
'his wife '. Jr,: attorney for, the Hyde
and. and of
-' : John Sledge, 36
and
trustee of
Beach
I Gwendolyn Stewart, children, '.WHEREAS,, it: >as obvious was a park[ : Country Club; a. non-. the,righfrleg.Witnesses.
the coll ge'IOr.many'
\ Sharon .12; Adrienne 10; ., years. profit organization. wish 367
"that
.'the, ;, charges were Since Rh des" 'death In told Patrolmen
Ralph, 7; mother, Mrs Dennis; Marie Hose for the.Holidays" frosa\FisktJniYersity{ in Nashville not, ;valid- but represented a 1 L929. the money has/ .been in members.Oi motion"of CommissionerDallas E.J.. Jefferson and Henry

Stewart brother ; Tennessee. IS' Miss,,ZIta'C. Gibbon" daughter of Bishop $. retaliatioa.,;on.:vflief: part of dis-1 stockJ and securities under! that Redish became involved
in
uncle Porcher L Thomas
charge .
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Taylor; Gibson.,and the late Sgt. George::,L Gibsoa. ,. .gruntledforceso:'already- sus- direction of a. trust. ,'the 'income in an. argument with Terry in
sisterinlawMrs.. Hattie if the of
', Zilta was' elected!' -.Miss'{'Sophomoref for'the 59.60term ) -. :.jpeaded, from the; church, who>' .from the investments courses, accetpance the .store at 7.11 W. Ashley
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Stewart brother-in-law : the
bid refused because
,
-and is; shown: f center r', here,' with her.'attendants would "go any: distance_ to disgrace went to ,his sister; Margaret, was 5t. and 'sudednly pulled a .
Daniels-
Billy Daniels Virgil 'Miss' Cositava Guile of asd-Mis our1' :church for*selfish council at that time had not and fired three
and Edwin Daniels and, Buna ham-Akt Chert, until her..death ..last July actedoa pistol wildly
the ordinances
of York. .% 'V .: > m tiv sand. .
Jones, New. 1 The"'trust was dissolved at .t mes.I'
Bernard Daniels and several authorizing the sales
f to
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elf "-"WHEREAS Bishop a hearing Wendesday In West The incident happened.
neices and nepb ws-. 0. .' .Greene has*'an. unparallel p''rivcte- investors after 3 .
,. / Palm Beach and the. principalwas {1'hebids killed Tuesday shortly a.m.PLATTERS
-
i : I record of' .administering ,the released to the college. night would 'have sold the'
laws.ofthe:Church judiciously. Atlantic National Bank of
Hyde Park course to D.C.,
NI'NNS .CRACKDOWN 'and bfotherly;"ani3_ West Palm Beach was' one of
WHEREAS; '*be? Hon. j the trustees..' Dawkins. Jr. for' S 3 66,001 FREED!

Simpson Judge of. the and the Brentwood. course to
Bryan ; About 450,000 from the '
...Court.: that '. Robert ,C. fcchej for $260,,
U.S. ruled Attorney estate .ill go to other charities '"' CINCINNATIFour male
000. Reltors hired
E.D.Jackson, who"'represented Including Harvard, by the celebrated
SCARE'r OPERATORS- :; I commissioners the members of the
; : Bishop.Din;: Ward Nichols University. Thomas T Cobb;: appraised Platters singing group were
Hyde Auk 1606
course at ,
In the litigations :across thequadrenaium for Bethune-Cookman : :
-.- attorney 000 and Brentwood at acquitted .on morals chargeslast
against the yesterday' saidbe expected Thursday by Municipal

13 NAIlED IN ROUND-UP IN ? SftOUNOMOKEH 'church: ,:. j Representing' theplaintiff die college will receive the $496,000.- Judge,Giblert Bettman, wholectured
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of "In-
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CRACKDOWN' GAMBLING" FOR :,scjT"cEHTil grounds;(upon whir.to botain .' '''Not less than $ SO 0;000 il. MERRY_ CHRISTMAS dulgence in lust." ,
a "temporary-iapiacxio.against the the
will be added to the college's making acquittal,
-' Ground, Breaking ceremonies Bishop .S.L. :Greene .on any endowment fund. .The executive from aqOOpFRIEND jurist told the singers, ''You

t Jacksonville's rtiers .'eraters 'has not'! .reduced _, "were ,held" on ,Edge course, 'and; 'disqualified committee will foimulate a.. have broken that law which
; ..' '_1.". because the beakers wood same-from: the:court;' distinguishes man from die
10 for of such
games: which_ i<<:ides, eawt- ; Aveaue :yit a.m. THEREFORE plan expenditure .. *
J dtiiI have .reduced: tfce odds Monday for the ,service 'BE IT RESOLVED n as are to .the animal-the moral law:" _
bers derived from,the-. Y' so pew that:the.< members necessary put,
f. stocks and bonds .and the, ridiculoasly thaf the- nuebers-r 'center .fot: the North F lorida the East<*F1 !!Jaannal, Con-, physical plant of the college -. ;
butter and eggs .market re- 'player-and particularly! the** c .f, B y"sC of ference :and.?. all rcoaferences lOr. proper' condition,. 'Cobtasaid. H6 S5AR "

i reports, rakes in. for its Cuba,,"player-is virtually the- :Ame. _. of Florida: ; do''pledge our t
; .r f Most of 'the Is in Malice Brinson I
operators about a half. a sucker, in the whole dal.. Cilc e DFstrict was 'represented -. loyal ; the Bishop money Delphine :
f million,dollars' a ireekThe The. big' story .bet tiM' theMMtherr / :'. K tlu..ceremonies S.L..Greeac'supfsjrtyto d nistRtIon. high grade stocks., The"'college
-, in :M.L. Aid Field Scout > broad of trustees made 'During this beautiful season when we celebrate the birth
I weekly gross ufct has gaae, Jaclrsoei.Y41e.hueantis : by ; : '-- We. depfore.:she.attempt .
r been' slashed gretly: ,fern,Ac! :, ; b .a:toid. '&ec.ti e;; '. LArgr* tt, of" aay- demagogue ;whose: eks t e plans for the. taeey-at. of the Christ. Child, we .cannot'hel.P' but Be) humble. 'to God

+ ,days when 'tie_ ;opeflKJov'. /:To be'Coiw.ued.' di strietcbiretaa'C. Parhara'JoliAMQ > to, destroy ':or Jbeliaie: theprestige its lasuaeeung, .he.*addtd. for the opportunity to take part in the.celebration. This we
bcought.lactose to. *au&Ioa' .-" '- 'NEXTWEEKt.wiATAiirYoim ,. ablic; relations. of r MJur Jckaich. or The' : Rhodes family came can do.by following Star ; _
dollars .a wet But.- tits :; aK- _:. dkectoc'aBerrard'MAckey; Episcopal;, leadership:: .to Daytona Beach ia' the early The. Star has many meanings. Actually, It Is any celestial -
': 1 BDs and body .ib as a. point of light, fet it can also mean a
'lrat'J't.' movie : foe. j.Ae. R CHANCES OF VINNWG' of; Tar ;76, :iSt. Stephens, ", "BE IT: :FURTHER RESOLVED owned a house on
--" :AWE Church. S. Beach .Street. HarrisonRhodes person who plays the leading role ins given activity, as thestar
thas'dti'
f .,:tI!; ;\7.\" .[q./'J-t"... ,: ; .\*: "" 1" .r_ 't.-. t.h; r the._ :delegateselected was an 'author1' andpkywrigk. football: player; it is, also the cask of our newspaper
'toJo ; leftfceosiingGeneral
:.!'i i ., Neither the ,word "FJotioV' B centuries
'; ,: Coal ereace;',iioWreby' : be nor preceded by << one day,
? .: : std .,together: la.''fallestcooperaciwaof : ;' his slider.. ever lMIrieL ..1,0.while' shepherds were tending their sheep, three wise
'
_- u- : ... -.: i "ihc eatwc' r'- men saw a.light. shinaiBg brightly inn.tie heavens. ..shinning ,
; prorgaua'of ,so'brigM that they were i.glad.to,follow It.
.
: the dmrck as prossxedby j _Aame Laarie 8:1885. %
"jl/ >
; ;The wise men followed the star that led.Iem to the Baby
? Bishop S.L,.C$**ewe, and of 812. Court E. suffered a' .
Jesus.: with his mother ,and. ,lain 'earthly fatbcr. There ilia y
ththeY''belia'Mr. tet'to deg w oti 't4+.J.ri.d. when, .'foxed hire lying In a master. As oW as tEe sccry;s, it never
ted,: the. .ef BishopS.LV .he'.Was bit :Ac W.a def
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aad Hiit
loses ks is thissasaa
beauty eBckjaacswat, 4aiflg _
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I Grees ,to :Florid lor.. *f *.fight widi t I:
of, the that areHecr.ll of the
year we ; aw:zre.
itiatber."Qu.J ... j +n: __ last Suaday e she toW 1'e.. ,Natlvai l ; \. w:

Sire 'WIMT: carried. fo"'Or'al, fa a.world.af ...oU'widwhets suite, W,Wtred, btmAes. ..wed

Me4licar Center' f or tlatttwt: JfH'I, : childte.hi v< *li a ftitt*';sue jwr s 'lave

.Police. said they :id trittd : .. r fl, wKere.IoWdl eves hive.destroyed each.:: other,

bciia.Hc: -_.":' awl, .IviCOMMMM. ,fctfei.oy 'e ch' other; we -sac

'3 wes.e :was Psrsi .ea. Galt: .( :. ctfnmOf 'ja.tefal'to The S f l..t.. Btflflf, lorI 'i c".U.
adiuroa. ; "jibe, "f Mff ,to wjtaeas,..o rh at. .a.ru...>. '
die" t= -$ laiat',5.t,2310.E "
'Wr Mor c.a .be}__,. at. V*"*, >* church. ,Est wetly, :at.
j. 'pfatf.'> 'We CM let M1iak'so'&m art .slits wJU JMC,icMd

iifitl __' ?; CL-"ca.-...-1073 lad by. k. let r try wigaU'wr bait M! sM cbrto .'
Fly: AM- was..MK: ilsod ''kid'dkai to:OSM rfiiid fgoA. ThetH ht haS ...tar sUfteswaoAweiy .

,. Ed" A-. r a : ?fir .'.. cS.Ih-- .it (ices of c&ldeM'.ia"'Ae sfluUc< W the aged,

.', '' ...... v'tke ..... iii At fixtfalsui of WCMMM, "ii the .tr.flji ,of ...,ie die
-JiBE. dig
\ ** BRIDGE CLUB HONORS (\lUD : :!. to 1440.45t ....of fekda; aodUhe. Imwi of ,ps.. ''1.1e'i.:' light Untie

The Tos Diamoete fjftft*' Club hoooced,-Miss. 3enia Qurtemn, bride-elect:afDrce: m... ecent-, k 'Tiia iis E keo pofice.rlpOtis ""l.tf'sII Go 's iteawe ', ike- < ti t Y silt The: j patty or paaits bwitc ; .iiie.eee,.is.Lft. to" U'cImch'al., ,
her -
,
22pd In the,boats )rs Holley Matift 1 % Fxi'iay'evening, DecesdberIt,:A.besatirthro .b. ." Ski ire > '
f. ;. : d hisbrand out Croat.window! wkk aa_tin list :_ to b4 at.I"SilwJS: sad _dude .of. "Old,
l Christmas
motif._.Wed gbo t thr:hou, -'c. Tb as the center : }cnown -- ,Little;Town .Bethlehem" where : "A ifla
lay **
,piece lor.*!* wsae. r t tots s fceateatts TIre.door>ra.- The bonoree,:receive' m+a? beadfu1lisefJr s;i.r t.s. Those ambdiagkc affair.: :-i. :: : weir nAeatarlit a thieves to make dcparturs the Manager",. all .tou r id'--erbelae.rd: "."HarkThe M'

Miss Ituretta Jenkins,i Mrs. IteM Bemukt, Mrs,_ Poccber T.,., .Wan. fcaacesMiss .' a.. '" ,_ value f Ud r Herald Angels Sing".as.thejr :iiri gCome AIL Ye:Fait-
Juanita'Weight, u,- ****-** BcliiUBT. Mrs". E aa r:>;.:.. '. ,. .'.... .' 0 rom.. .., > fu1!\ we knoir that there Ts ''Toy< to The World! ..:J5iur'of

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STAR: .$ ',, /' :-." ".: I ,, .... LEO '
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22nd IiIics
THE FLORIDA r fBi'' ; y ;.Juljr' 22nd thru'-Aug. P. As Usual"By ,.
.The has been
climb
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;' steep and arduous, but .this ERIC; O. SIMPSON

MlWS" should, not be cause for regret -
: when success,' finally j
; Racial, Religious Discrimination., Outlawed in 16 States: l
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P..a 'b7 The Florida Sir ,PubHihlng Co."Mrnntor crownsyour efforts. There -
Trend'Seen: In Enactment As
Rising Legislation
Associated Press" ,.J' will be of h
el. Negro plenty excitement
'Most Effective Means to_Halt Discrimination
.. ... -. i connected with betrothals
**e O. :' -' ,

C. Fvfeaa Johnton. ,'" ... ':. ,- ......' ( ., .. 1" '., wedding ceremoniesor; the 'For the first' time in, United States History, the majority of
i ee.idueissa Asc sla/isa'D.)!. ; fi' .' arrival of youngsters home Americans- live*' lit statis' with wnforceaBle laws barring

*. ,J ,. for the holidays Expensesand racial and religious discrimination. American Jewish.
PLANT :
MAIN
OFFICE fc ; !
"fi'rq' / n
-' tensions will run high "
!Mt liooeio:[,:Road : L.4.mJ.EL'.4, .. -67t81. .;: ..irht Congress' reported recently :
? t; times but obtain .
; : at can ,
De.e...:. Bnwok, .Office:,X61 Broad. St..::-. Pkose. EL' <<.3m- .,; ,: some" measures'you of control, la a 26-page report prepared by its Commission, on Law
', ; and Social Action, the Congress said sixteen, states have i
MaIHas Address:' -- -. ...':',i ,ir! it you keep ,your own emo- establish specialized agencies empowered to administer I
tions well in hand. The
F, O. Box 561. Jedooatil 1.. FloridaSUBSCRIPTION ..,, : Yuletide i
} season brings
many .
CAPRICORNDec. and enforce laws,
-, RATES -- :' .' c:'.. surprises. You are not. Inclined .' 22nd thru' Jan. 19th
;; to do things in a ...Be faith nad prohibiting discrimination -
Payable in Advance. : true to your
Subscription t
Send Check Order To small way "to please"your ideals .as they are the pillars
or Money : ;
dear ones and make an which future, based on race,
STAR-P.O. BOX 561JACKSONVILLE upon your rests.
FLORIDA ;
'
; ; impression. Enthusiasm; The wishes which have religion,and
1, FLORIDA +'. you
t' .. J optimism and the joy 'of :valiantly striven to realize, -I national:o igin.t
living can make you some- '
.
are now under favorable
.;. 'c' "' :;- '. :- what careless with m ney.... auspices. Friendship very and j,Two other J

; 2-30-99-16-79-239 romance can become closely states have created -

"-'- ,, :-,, ; ." : at'E linked, making it advisablefor F anti.- dis-'
: ; :: ;}: : eligible Capri comians crumnattcnagencies.
VIRGO to mingle freely in good. .

'-, : \ < Aug.. 23rd thru Sep. 22cJ society. You can be glad If N ..
:
y hna ladstgf9r ...Romano- can come into you manage to hold your without enforcement powers.

<< the lives of Virgoans, young own, for there ayes many The sixteen states with,
and. old, this month. In excellent prospects in the enforceable anti-bias laws '

I cases where this leads
.. nd tf fis shall,1J.t:cpsiga ltJ'tItIt matrimony there ,seems to people as well as circum- country's total population

t 1 -40 r. .' cshaUfindtgcbactax cd ""be. concrete evidence that stances will line up-ort your according tothe Census
ii unions will be inspiring, side. Love and pleasant Bureau's 1958
( '. .:. in S\DaddIing ctottes, l!lg In agg companionable and enduring.You otial events highlight the estimate. Residents population of these

: ga:2t: dsudtknl!!thac rows\\lith the angel, may be inclined to pro Yuletide season. Enjoy states comprised 23.59 per
crastinate, find for friends
cause and loved
your ones of the total -
& multitude of the teaDenlj host (503 'GOODWILL TOWARD MEN cent Negro population '
I praising P EARTH : criticism, or put off makingup and select thoughtful of the U.S., 59.25 per

Haiti s Ring: '(5terg! to (5cd in the Wriest adl your mind. You are in for presents Quiet celebrations I cent of "oth r nonwhites"and

\\l t J) J] S :\. on earth, pGCt,goad toi totoardmenwjjt [; > pleasant of bonus,surprises'gifts or .in unexpecte'd the way- with dear will those be who more are fulfilling.near: and.. 1 total 82.29? nated per cent of the -.
est Jewish -
;
population
\\///t'| Xhifi Christmas, Ictus again raise wromccB Your promotion. Your feelings I
... W.ekIyEHoroscOpe f 8-40-77-14-69-847 the study note \
|
\?;< u in prater and song as DK celebrate the birth oftotions crystalize to your advantage States that have enactedantidiscrimination
if give in them.,
,. you to statdtes
: tkcaceorpcece.7LecnsinelloKSpicltnat': i : Guide EEBy --1 you can have tremendous with provisions for enforcement ,

lbthOtlkStQdfeUfqIl10diil'ror \ influence for good with. AQUARIUS .
,. : ----- Jan: 22nd thru Feb. 18th are Alaska, California,
countless bltsstngs aid for the rich her-- == PABLO, The ASTROLOGER, EE about children.the You future are concerned and the ...The activity in your Colorado, Connecticut, !

of Ere pray far the directionof the financial social circles may be very Massachusetts, Michigan, !
plt.JP:
ftege a us
free
p }
Minnesota, ;New Jersey
::= (WHICH ARE YOUR, LUCKY DAYS'Ol J=:T trends. interesting andexciting before -
strtn0h to keep us true to our faith. Het,usstrtoe Conservating practices ..- during and after the New Mexicd, New York,
are safeguards.
atoans to lint bg the inspiring teachings IUSINESS. LOVETRAVEL -=: 4-90-88-19-32-498 your holidays. You should curtailit Ohio Rhode, Oregonj Island Pennsylvania, Washingtonand a.

of
usbeseechftfm: to give solace and hope to those associations- with opulent physically and financially. Jaws crimination prohibiting dis- \
ARIES Jin employment;
people or groups. Althoughperson and sacrifices '

less fortunate,toisdom and courage to our leaders March 21st Thur April 19th l and public'relations. LIBRA ..... Responsibilities which were imposedon eight of these states also ;

spiritual and political that to better "...Success, for'which many favored in Sept: 23rd thru Oct. 23rd authorize the state anti-
!may are being many you in the past will beginto
Allans have striven long and I ...You' should find con bias agency jto prevent* dis-
meet the problems that: confront all mankind. hard excellent ways, you can also expect bear fruit to' your delightand
has on- competition: and frustrations. 'siderable happiness duringthe Your crimination '1 in places of
chance :of becoming an merry Yuletide season advantage. hopesare public accommodation suchS
Bewaref. secret_ ad- when
,excellent chance of becom-, v because of the presitge multiplied 'you hotels J restaurants,
you
.. .
.. ventures.. _. have someone to share.themwith .
established fact. "
ing* 'an times theatres 2 nd recreationareas.
.. >.... I 1-40-77-15-56-147. enjoy. Prosperous you. It is easier 'togo
: Those who aresuffering: would, be the rewards of Five of'the states
t .:; ... \;.:- .- ;",' : .from the' wear and tear of the J good financial, management along fight with them.the You times than now tc have fair education laws;

strenuous climb find an investments and may have;' fair
.. .may ; sound with and eight housJng
holiday
proceed
; 'n .opportunity to. recuperate by GEMINI family unity. The Librans Ex statutes.
ii going on 'a cruise or visiting May '21st thru June 21st who are employed will find teenage projects... _
,,!4% ..,. ""-: 'Lk !...; i i T i _, -J. ;.r Noting that the, first two
.... .. mo est one, and that tnnnuin. zucui> ana 'be recognized at" Its" ventures arestill' too state an i-discrimination
: true
:a 'Y'i' ... .. 'if: you are draw up spectacular plans,Z 'hazardous. ,Results'will
be
.
rJl e-,.. (( i. fully safeguarded from the but leave the worth. You should: shine agencies wFre'established
R hard ,
d4- f// N rigors 'of unfriendly climatesand promotion or wherever parties are- held, to come by, if you have in 1945 by New York and
{
1<< execution to your mate ,6r permitted the competition I
Wn
) ? : foods. It. be safer and your qualities as hostor to New Jersey, the American
;
") ; \} may to partner. This will be much gain the hand..
/ : ;/.1 put off changes and travel hostess will be without upper Jewish Congress report
o; more conductive
satis- 3120441797324PISCES
"
,: / until Avoid pointed out that the i
administrative
compare. the .
i : next year. You can factory results 'and continuing highways
Ugtl.fmJ expect rivalry when you are as this also .is theseason' procedures adopted t
harmony; Active intervention *
after business. or a high I when mishaps are at by these two agencies have ;
} on Feb. 19th thru March 20th
/ your part may .
their I been followed 1
111""" For all these years the most appropriate positioQ. Enthusiasm accompanies be resented, and this could peak. Entertain at -.You can thank your by virtually tall

greeting of all. When we say "Merry creative and be made known to you in no home., Friendships may takean stars, and those who have other state agencies
''Christjxas" g romantic interludes: The emotional twist, if Generally, It was explained -
it is uncertain you stood 'j
,, express cdvith genuine V terms. Economic loyally by you for the
'0 ,
l&& : '_: CPPJtCf Uon of.its true meaningLANSING ** future of your desires is the weli-be1ag and< security will are not restrained. You can for the many blessings thathave the law specifiescertain .

; .. :', one you should now plan fat. ,be enhanced ihru the accumulation contribute to the spirit of ) your address this 'rpohibiteti acts ,as _
It will take'hard good will in:your community. "unfair" "unlawful"
work or
in valuable ,
; of as- month. But the I
higher
..
I' '-. .<;i. .. ..:. tt<< ceed.addition' to. laith.. -to suc- sets or property as.well as. 3-50-33-14-38-353.... climb, the more you can you become practices. A person claiming H
-- thru store frugal .j he is aggrieved by a violation .1
.- 710661838716TAURUS: ; spending : ; ti :: the target of rival I I
G. CHILD, M.D. : U : way. Go out of your way to '' : groups, brickbats, and even I of the law may cpra- !
I Thoracic and General Surgery keep the family haoov. Take SCORPIO active efforts to dislodgeyou. plain to'the state agency,

949 DAVIS STREETMStjr ,. up negotiations, ,* public Oct. 24th thru ,Nov. 22nd Consolidate each gain which' then conducts an in-
l ti :' : work and play. in moderation ...Yourx frame -of mind is before 'taking the next stepas 've' ti8anon- the complaint

"" "IO:! ::<\>' !:<:<=:t.",:,,,,,",,, r::;:"" "" I! ,' in' order to sustain vitalityand (due 'to undergo.a change this will provide the protection I appears to be justified, the
April, 20th thru Mar. 20th. efficiency., Do 'not expect the better. You will not be you should not dispense I state agency attempts to

;..It, is thru an inspiring too.much, In ,the way of mistaken, as long ,as you with. Old friends are- settle the matter by ,con-

: alliance that you may enter service. Your "mind works .continue "to keep expensesto the best friends ,as far as ciliation. 'If that fails, a
Into, new social circles a sensible level formal hearing Is held and
; fast, perhaps too fast for and addto you and your 'partner .are
study groups or foreign others Afollow. You must your cash and_ j Joint resources concerned. The future is the agency issues a decision
lands. Do not be afraid of be contecit-to' wait regularly. A either dismissing the com-
until you sur- yours to mold: to your liking ,
II change, even if- you feel cad, demonstrate.4 your point... price in the form of a substantial I and specifications. You plaint or directing the guilty

reluctant, move out of your 5-70-44-13-42-574 bonus important' Usually enjoy playing Santa party to comply with a detailed -
!
present rut, as a whole new promotion, could figure Claus and should order. The state
world of ideas, creativity among the valuable Christmas in':tfiis not fail agency's order can then be

JI and pleasure is awaitingyou. presents which bear for respect, this season. reviewed by a state court,

I .. A sounder- philosophy, your address.' Social events Hopes activated...next' year are re-. which may either dismiss

I cultural development and CANCER will be personally bene- 6-30-55-16-38-635 the. case or require com_
'_material progress are prizes June 22nd,'thru July 22nd ficial., It may involve'considerable pliance. -

offered to the Taureans ...Progress: and a happy expense to hold

411 : I who believe in their destiny future ..outlook is in pros- your own In business. Your
good Things J and who for the, Cancerians of
he are willing to pin pect who powers perception are ex- .
Y01 rS fhte blt their faith on its signposts. have'plugged.iligently. for a ceptionally keen. This will

pysects.Oll: J Those who arc material- definite goal. Old as-well as enable you to pass Judgmentwith

C minded will, also aid their contemplated associations uncanny accuracy. and

:fortunes thru. ,matrimony or" are under magnificent aus- foresight...

;DOCTOR E. H. WASHINGTON .I ". :::: .:.;::;;:zt::. pices and they should be 6-80-55-12-27-680 1 1r

... :.- I t.t.. -;: I j, made the basis upon which
AND ,.FAMILY" I selfdevelopment'nad. r
.. *' happiness are built. Engagement -
: I
: or, ,wedding in SAGITTARIUSNov
rr parties,
_. 'B : j which some of ,23rd thru Dec. 21st I
will be'The
you
....The surge: of ambition,
star attraction
jI would which will enable
.
you to
.coincide 'with the customary
I Yuletide :festivities. Some overcome annoying financial, ji
restrictions,, should not be
: 'problem?:are tobe expected, ,
allowed, to spend itself before
.particularly ith. connectionwith

4 _relatives, financesdelays you have accomplishedyour
pu posec Your personal
f and
: ], :service matters. affairs in
the
are"yety'much
Jt is, time'to;'discard
negative limelight, although.there are
and
: thoughts to look
.M '< I, occasions when It would
realistically; at marriage,
serve Interests better'to
*
security :and, ,the; .futur your
remain In, the .
background.This
Create" :
..new sources- of joy
is particularly true In
Changes: :'. Ba/ore-
TO OUR : ay create
seen coanectlorx. with social and.
complicatiols..It.could
fiaaacial'activities
? AMO PATRONSl 'place a'' afar perspective oa- opea to so the as J notyourself aportumties -
your future:"way'of/likM.8G01II782861. of individuals"orfroopc

:. who after .. .... .
are sosetbiag. -. .
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... :, .,: = ; ,, '" .J .
Be :
: sore tactft.I'taad ..;.. ,
. '. ,. ",':,. '. ', I dr irq h M.i.ili t IMfr.w.Ef.r l.1--.i- Indirect when yea ate. up-: ';' ; :. : .
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ii ,.'.,. : f,'it : I. against aaksowa tact.rs ,ofoppoaeiKsTh ., 'r'Y. _
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1. ?, -i,: ; .s4 ." sflc ,, .HfrcliaatloA ta i To Lktea :7. : i. ,;. t.,
.- bd1Yld : become eotoal I-, A.Iet .
..... FUftki'TtIRE COtiMArYl raa4 '>:i-: S
ywr, b1I'Ff.ftIIUDAIDa'= reckless Is not witlserit'its rnHTiwSfayrtiar ; .p ,
: hazards. E... '
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MARRIAGE LICENSES

IAPTIST HOSPITAL By'Louise Guinyard -
James C. Albertie, 808! W.'

Adams,St.. 23'and'TheoSmitI: rinz :; A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO EVERYONEl Now' that the ,

The professional Student 808 W. Adams St., 18. vPiiF carols have been SUBS, gifts unwrapped, and toys tried out,
urses and several ,members, Vta. Clark, ,1021 E. 1st St., we can settle down to the more-serious :.spects'of the day.
j>f the.Nursing Staff of Brews:: 20,and Gloria Conner, 951 E. We greet this dAy.ith a feeling of deep humility and endless

ers, Methodist Hospital at- Ashley St., 1?. ,' gratitude, 'which we- .feel. is shared by all of our
ended the installation of -.Alvin L* Smith, 1445 W. -9th readers, for. without The Little Child t/hat would we look
e Jacksonville 'District '24 and Elease pollard, Ru 2, forward to on this day? ,

Jursing Association and aristmas Box 109," Winter Garden, Fla." ,. My gratitude extends to you too dear readers, for your
party in the aulitorlum -21. kind ndulgence as we hare attempted to bring you news of
of Baptist Hospital Benny Lewis, 1130 JessieSt. our bridge clubs, fashion shows, formals, etc. We can only
;c. 17.Brewster. ., 22 and Sharah L.. Wanton',: promise a more interesting and complete column in the
Hospital .Pro- 4200 Victor St., 25. : future.. t

fessional ,Students, ,sang "On Frank Gilbert,. 1702 Mc As affair
Quaid St., and Mary F. a pre-Christmas we must include -
Holy Nightwith Miss the wonderful party held Friday
Deloris Duncan, of the junior evening by Mr. and Mrx. H.A. WoOdard in

I class doing,-,,the sole. part. Frank Gilbert L-TTTJt .E_ their Durkee Drive home as one of the
|Miss ,Sandra, Faye Lay 'andMiss 1702 TtfcQuaid'St. '
of the
of ., 27 and Mary F. : l. mos ,interesting season.Guests of
Ann
Betty : Williams
v The Wcodards included members of the
Jackson, 936 2nd Ave. South
,
the freshman class the
,
doing
Jax Beach, Fla. 17. ,fftcelry *f Northwestern junioe-Senior,
i solo parts "in the rendition of Arthur L., Williams, 728 r High wool (of which Mrs. Woodard wasa
"Nazareth. Both groups Jessie St.;, 29 and Bernedia ENTERTAINED: Members of Kevinettes. Bridge Club composed of socialites of the tenser member) and their friends, which
,comb ied- and sang "Tie 'Robinson. 5857 Soutel Dr. 17. Gateway City who were entertained. recently-in the'home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. Mackey of added lop to a.delightful evening, climaxed
Birthday of the King" and 2355 Kinwpod Ave. are seen here.:From,left'are: Mrs.- Doris G. Bennett, Mrs.' Barbara Harper, fey a delicious, dinner. served buffet
Pate 2315 Thames
Larry ,
"Silent Night. The singerswere Mrs. Louise Guinyard (guest), Mrs. Helen :Robinson, Mrs. Geraldine Hiiliard, Mrs. H.A. Woodard style.:
Street33' and Bennie
under the direction Miss J. Nicks, Mrs. Dorothy Oliver, Mrs. Emma Lee George, Mrs. Thelma Greene. Mrs.Cele.une'I I
White, 2314 Thames St. 20. Present for ,
&e c-CitIon Mr. and
Mrs. Nathaniel
Avis Wallace, deaconess of were A.
.McCray, Mrs. Pauline Davis, Mrs. Sarah Lovette, and the ,hostess, Mrs. Pearl
Brewster Methodist Hospital.Mrs. .Wilson L. Holsey, 1246 main course of the menu served was barbequed chicken and ribs (a request of the members Blacksbe f| Mr _*ad UK.- Jimmy A. Johnson; Mrs. Bernice
Margaret Bass, 'direc- Oakley St., 23 and, Essie M. I when Henderson; Airs, Every L. Hughes; Mr. and Mrs... Kernaa
Mrs. Mackey entertains) The first prize was won by Mrs. Pauline Davis; second, Mrs.
'tress of Volunteer Service at; Williams,- 1353 Milnor St., 19. I Doris Bannett; third, Mrs. Emma ,Lee' eorge; and guest prize, Mrs. Louise Guinyard. Mrs.I AfcFarlin; Mr. Otha 'Woodenj Mrs. Lola Schell;' Mrs. Lydia
Brewster served .the :Roosevelt Paige, 3436 W. Dwight Flethcher; Mrs. Charlotte D. Stewart Mr.
as ac Helen Robinson will be hostess for'the>next'm etinJt. Mrs. Dorothy Oliver is president.Mr. ; Joseph
companist.St. .Moncrief- Road, 28 and Boatick; Mr. A.H. Tyler; Mrs Willie M. Davis; Miss Mary
Vincents Professional Doretha Mitchell, 335 Oak & Mrs. Jessie Ferguson- Northwestern bids farewellto Latimer; Mr. Robert Knight; Miss Anna 1#". Minatee; Mrs.
Student Group of singers is ;St., '26. 235,4 Edgewood AvenueBoy.Mr. all her senior football Johnnie Roberts; Mr*, Leak L. Powell; Mrs.. Josephine

under the direction of Mr.: Sammy Byirt, 1147 Logant'St. -* Mrs. Moses Caffy' 40V layers. They really exhibite Cleveland! firs. Evangeline Johnson; Mr. and Mrs. LuciousP.

Boatwright. Refreshmentswere ., 21 and 'Lois Hurley,.; 1585 4464, University Street Girl.. M- trUe Yellow Jackets in the Green; Mr. Capers Bradham; Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey;

served after carols were W. 15th St. 17, Mr. & Mist George Whetstone Eastern-Western All-Star Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bland; Mrs. Nell Cason; Dr. Wiggins;,
sung by combined groups'- 802 Court H-Boy. i i 'k"aa > Classic. The team's quarterback Mrs. Iris L. Knox; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wheaton 'of New
District No. 2 of the Florida Mr.: & Mrs. Leroy Thomas, and captain, Bennie York City .'(both natives of Jacksonville) and Mr. James
Nurses Association held its BIRTHS lox 422, Baldwin, Fla--Girl. < Thomas, 7 received a full Pinckney also of New York City.

annual_ Christmas party Dec. 'Mr., & Mrs Walter Shafter" ., scholarship to Florida A & M Mr. and Mrs. Woodard were assisted by the Social Committee -

7 in 'the auditorium of Baptist: Births at Brewster'Hospital, 916 W.. 20th St.-Boy., fi: .University. : of Northwestern, which is comprised of Mrs. Bernice
Memorial Hospital. c-: The marching Yellow Jackets Henderson, Mrs. Lola Schell, Mrs. Evelyn Hughes Mrs.

Officers for 1960 were in- Mr. & Mrs. Robert Lester, Band displayed.when the Christmas th Bernice Greene and Mr. Capers Bradham. '
spirit they presented <
stalled. Mrs. Eunice Cotton-
1551 W.,9th St.-Boy. hall time show for the Urba .' .
was installed president.. Mf., & Mrs. John Haynon, MEW CLUB PLAN League Game. The band formed ..
Mr. Leon F. Bland was host to a recent meeting of the
Mrs. Anita living, Super- P.0. Box 335, Green Cove Christmas '
with the
: : a tree,
visor of Nurses at Brewster Springs-Boy. PROGRAM SUNDAYAT Jacksonville Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity
junior majorettes as. the .held. in'his Avenue 'B" home.
Methodist Hospital was elect-. Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Tookes,
MISS JOHNETTA BETSCH, ornaments and decorations on The
f order of business centered around the calendar of
ed to the Board of Directorsof 2020 W. 11th.StreetBoy.Mr. daughter of MRS. MARY LEWIS the The band also.
tree. played
NEW BETHEL for the
events coming year, with emphasis on a joint installation -
the organization for, the & Mrs. Nathanial Clark, : BETSCH and the late JOHNT. "Peter Gunn, "Tea For Two"
second straight year. ': 1246 East 26th Street-Girl. BETSCH, 'will be guest and, "Jingle Bell 'Rhapsody" banquet and stag party scheduled, for January 15
at the El Dorado Club. (Incidentally, we were a bit
Mr. & Mrs.. Bennie Weston,' The Businessd Proessional soloist. for the '"MESSIAH" The Chorus presented prema-
727 B Venus. &. Mars Court- 'men's Club, of New ture in reporting the installation banquet a couple of weeks
Of the 22 States possess- t o be presented' by the New Christmas selections from,
seaboard 4,840 G'uL Bethel AME Church, Third "The Messiah ago. Next time we will read notices a little more closely.)
a _,totaling Stanton High School Glee Tuesday. The
If remember the Black and White Ball held
the
that with the Mr. & Mrs. Jessie Williams, and Tyler Streets will you by
miles, largestis present Club, under( the direction of participants were Vernon
fraternity last will remember of the
Florida with a coast- 3504 Aster Street-Boy. a program Sunday at 3.p.m. Smith Alice: year, you one most enjoyable *
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Mrs.
Alpha H. Moore, Dec. Mary Blount,
and affairs held in this in
elegant time.
line of 1,197'miles.. Mr. & Mrs., Leroy-Stephens, ; in the main auditorium of 27, in the school ditorium.Ev Tyrone Williams. Addie Blount, area a long
So it interest
might you to know that members of the Jack
640'CourtGirl.. the church
;
iy' year since 1957 the Johnetta Shepherd, and Argenia
Mr. & Mrs. Milton McQueen, Speaker for ,the occasion Glee Club has featured this Rochelle Hagan. sonville AlumniChapter have plans for an even bigger

A1YOtJ 1561 .East 22nd St.Boy.Mr. will be Leonard, J. Roberts beautifulChristJ 1as musical For the benefit of all the l affair this year to be held,during the month of February.

& Mrs. Samuel Cook- Jr., organizer and president ofthe and each 'year a graduate of girls. The basketball team; It.

.-r .1324 Myrtle Avenue-Girl. club; The speaker will the school or'some outstandingartist opened its season- on the W
0 Mr. & Mrs. Robert, Johnson,* use as 'a subject: "The is selected as guest seventeenth. Let me inform you' i

Route 10-, Box. 99,, ,Jaxr'LV. ,Fla.-" Victory Will Be Yours" The. soloist. of some of the "untaken" I o \ U!
< a -'ftI._ i IS <<
+ f Rkyers .
Barry Watson
: Lee ,
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Girl.Mr.. & Mrs. Wilbert Neal, with organ music played >by J I MMWMBVHOMMMMMMM M bo 's.l ft
A.N. Green of St. Paul AME Bernell Sumpter and Claude
2837 Lippia Road-Boy. CAMPUS CRIER .\ ,
Hill. So better
getoff
you -
Louis Church -
Mr. & Mrs. Hysmith, *
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j that kick and ring on these -' J S
Street-Girl. Scheduled St. up
5827'Boeboy to appear are: J
!, Mr. & Mrs. Johnny Hall, Paul Choir 3; Mt. Zion AMBo By:Marjorie,Meeks basketeers. ,* i

bttirGo 2440 San Diego RoadBoy.Mr. Choir 2; Abyssinia Baptist! *** just imagine: Lillian Bryant f It may not L.! ponibl for tts to.* i

lk',Mrs. Melvin Dennard; Yomh.Trio. ; Bethel Baptist Well. stretchyour eyes, gets to ,class on time; Bettie, elating the holiday
rjptt all'personally ; I Iuon
doesn't
2821 W.. Edgewood Ave.-Boy.. Institutional Young Adult readers and witness the inauguration Threadcraft gossip;
ourheat, Mr. & Mrs;: James Colquitt, Choir Second Baptist Choir Northwestern's. [Gail Christopher has lost her lr ee -'to tert, our ,wish to all for II

Rf 1, Box 393 H,.Jax, Fla.- 2; Shiloh Baptist Choir 2; ILs success column. Campus Criers [admiration for Malcolm Graham; > die most Joyous Christmas lilt:. I
Boy. Ruth McMillan and Miss designed to,inform you of the Barry Watson is aggressive; I

es ofkCpgiYlBl. Mr. &. Mrs.; Herbert Culver Meltonia Cobb.MERRY : activities ,at the, home of the Linda Tarver has resolved to R. Headenoa I
w be quiet during school hours, Dr. andMrsJamwi
737W. Church Su-Girl. Yellow Jackets.Northwesterri's.
Cowart Gloria and daughter Stephanie UE1I'
Betty ; McQueen,
till c : Mr.Mrs.. Eugene- .Cole, 2$! senior have
dClemetin'e I gbtoYierwear 1I's:.__ :sJSJgraZ : :
selected their superlatives for .....
1616 W. 27thStBoy. .u-P> -
flats socks Love's
and
Mr. &' Mrs. Willie Smothers, the, year. Georgia Martin and ; Joe
admirers calmed down c ---*
have c
CHRISTMAS ; Rcs-lou s> zsxssc
JpYOUS 2431 Edgewood AvenueBoy.Mr ; Edward Hickson exceeded all '
d11 has a
And Rapp rune.. & Mrs. Martha Jones,,. rc : others taking: the honor of T.A.J. stopped telling '
joke, and Rodney Hurst no
In Rt., 1, Box, 12, FemandinaBch 'Most Studious". Marjorie ,filibusters. Minnie Lee r. J.I
Meeks and 'Watson longer ?
were
Fla.-Boy. Barry
The .Coming Year Mr. & Mrs. Paul Williams, voted, "most likely to, 'suc.Hand has' cut off the furnace )iI

DR. A. T. FRAZIER Rt.. 4,' Box 443 A, Jax, Fla.-: CHRISTMAS ceed"; Bettie Threadcrart and for. Richard Hill. !

FROM Leo Chase, "Best dressed"; .' >
Girl.Mr. !
Rd.
1913 Kiags ., & Mrs. James Murray.,' Mary. Butler-"cutest": ; Johnny vas
1689 Moncrief'Village-Boy: THE FLORIDA STAR Martin "handsome"; Lillian I J

Smith and Keafse "mostdignified" /lTNn.
Leroy;
!we 1JW.II'L1I I* Aite* IkeOntan MnSe Saee sJ SlJlSM'Im..us I )
-/- -" ; Mavis lames and -SK1H TONE CREAM t l&&.

J t&friw Filed Clrtelesadap i lodney"; Hurst{canette, most Wells ambitious and- --...,., !

: l CI i. Shelton Turner,; "most courte- M+i. May tIoo 9.r.fy.f"" aeon Gghfte" _(r..m. ...... I

:,- i I ous"; Joyce: McKay and LeeCosta lit fa nit. 01 pltau;. that rIZ endure t4w'
: & ; ... ,weeeg Ylfrl It
..... S S_... I Blakeley, "friendly"; E.----- : !
Annie Pearl Smith' "neatest"; :
/ Ella Ceff*' Ho_MBkA Gate..* I- $t .JI Argenia, Hagan and Ray Gibbs, o CAVALIER CLEANERS & LAUNDRY I
i "most humorous" Alice
; Marl KozyerDavis
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I ( J! Blount and Roy Ma>:"j; "most 612 Wes Ashley Street .
;;pI > 'Talentef" Linda Tans and -FL 4-1629
:ROQStVELT GWLLwith ;,
8th
.,, ." II Looks, Jordan,. ""dependable". ; & I .
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... Me. I Mary King and Augustus --- -- -' -- -- -- '- ----- -

Singleton;, "most bashful""; r'API- .uffM"MMJriiL -:-
Lillian Bryant and JimmySwn

DAA ..:. :OAZZLING! I K Wright, "and schoolflirt"Bernell Sumpter; Gloria, I THE AFRO.AMERiCAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. j

To AMI I "best:; ,school spirit"; Mary "
r.. Alice Blount 'and Bennie, EXTENDS SEASON'S GREETINGS AND SINCERE ,BEST |
f C yr'F ) "most _
Thomas
'Of-. Ow. Friea bKOZYKORNER popular" WISHES TO ITS THOUSAND OF POUCY-HOUESS
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We,. 'mUSt' salute ,all of the l1

; I 1 III *- I fighting,':Yellow_ Jackets making AXD FHIENDC. :
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the 'al1:1i teams, namely Joe "
: Perry,.=Jimmic: first team,
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Bennie/ "Thomas, .Malcolm -k ,,,
'! Graham; .vad: Beraelt.. Suflapter -

..ik&Dvisx :" second_ team.Hjtblc: mentions : '
r went, :to joha0y Martin.
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CLUB. ORGANIZED DAY SPRING' PLAN WHO'S --WHO LISTS EARLY CHRIST!


BY LUTHERAN.MEN i! FOR, WATCH NIGHT 22, FAMU SEa! SERVICE SET A


AT SAMT PAULThe SERVICE DEC.31Annual TALLAHASSEE- listed ML im BAPTI

in the 1959-60 edition of
St. Paul Lutheran .. ; : watch night service Who's Who' Among Studentsin I Sunrise service will

I Mews Club was organised will be held in Day Spring American Universities and held Friday at 5 a.m. in
(recently in the overflow room Baptist Dec. 31 beginning at Colleges are 22 seniors- from Zion Baptist Church Sou
of the church, 2730 W. Wage- 9 p.m. with the deacons in Florida A & M University, side.
l wood- Are. charge of devotions. At 10: who will graduate in June. The_ Christmas messa/
A nominating committee These will be delivered by
'err'zC 30 p.m. inspirational song students who were
composed of John Thompson,: services will rendered. by recommended by the Univer pastor Choirs 1,2 and
I Stile) Montgomery and George all singing groups of the sity's Committee on Who's' will furnish the music a*
Starkes submitted nominees church. The ushers will Who Among Students in Usher Board 1 and 2 wil
who were immediately voted American Universities serve.
serve.
upon and accepted. fv District 18 and 21 will Colleges will be honored at Joint Sunday School wi
Officers of the group are : the he held at 9:30 a.m.
annual Who's Who banquet
A rtw xC meet Sunday at 4 p.m. at the
j-Stiley Montgomery president; wz in Jerusalem Baptist Church
% "Cl: urch. The election of February. -
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Arnold Grant, vice president; officers will be held. District They are: Raymond Aranha Morning worship begins

Simon Moseley, secretary; :r 3 will meet at 4 pjn. at the Miami; Walter Barnes, Or. II o'clock. BTU at 5:30 a.ml

John Thompason, treasurer .a home of .Mr. and Mrs... Van lando; Charles Bing, Tampa, and evening worship at
Jesse Ferguson, public re- O'clock with the deacons i
Roberts, 1485 W. 10th St. Merits Cowart, Miami; Katie |
lations.A constitution. committee Districts 7 and 13 will meetat Davis,,Miami; John Gilliard, charge of devotions. Choi
with Tampa; Emmaline Hayes, St. and Usher Board 1 wil
was also formed.. Members of 3:30 p.m. Mrs. Fogle
McGhee. Augustine; Benny R. Harris, serve.
the committee E.
are Jesse Blakely, Ga Robert 1Jn: :n:. rSSSSiSSSaj'slWti&rZ
chairman Leonard District 19 will meet ; Kemp, .,
Ferguson, ; .
Fort Lauderdale ,
Walker, vice chairman; Sunday at 3:30 p.m. at the ; Richard I' \." '
Mashburn River junction I
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church. Election of officers ;
'
Ezekiel and Arnold
Bryant will be held. .' Oliver Muldrow, Jacksonville J), r.1 .
Grant. '
The club will hold its regular The World Friendship Group of Girls of Simpson, and Ebenzer Methodist Churchs will be ; Clifford McDuffy. .
meetings on the third presentation on Tuesday Dec. 29,. at the 20th Annual Meeting of the Florida Conference 'In connection'with the Miami; Evelyn Nelson, Jack .I
Monday of each month at 8 p.m. Women's Society of Christian Service, and' Wesleyan Service Guild which will be held at early Christmas service, the sonville1; Agnes Phillips', \ .
has asked all members Quincy Herman Pratt
Registration for charter mem- Simpson Methodist Church Dec. 28- 30 1959 of which Rev. QA. Burns is pastor. The pastor ; 4-1 f >
S .to bring flashlight which Titusville Ira Robinson
a' ,
bers will be open' until Jan. participants on the presentation are seen here. In the backrow, from left are: Ittha'Jean ; : 4b :
will be a of the service. Webster Agnes Rolle, Miami ;
18, 1960 when the next meet- Kirby, Mrs. Iconic M. Maxwell, district director of youth, Miss Carrie Walker, conference Usher Board part 2 will serve. Julia Sturrup; Tampa ,Althea; r : I
ing will be held. youth Pres. Mrs. E.M. Hurley, Conference Director of Youth, Cheryl Ford, Rosa Walker Music will' be furnished Tucker, Eau Gallie ; Fred f
The project of the club is Mrs. E. Dowell, conference-Sect of Youth, Saundra Maxwell. the front row, in the same. Women's Choir.SWEETFIELD. White, Chicago; and; Elijah Merry"

underway to equip the pastor's order,are: Doris Gromes, District P/es.. lyriette Maxwell District Sect.. Dorothy Mae lang, Wooden, Fort Lauderdale.,
office with a cabinet, desk and Chairman of the world Friendship. group of Simpson Church, Jackie Stripling.
ft swivel chair at a cost of approximately "

1200.' 21, at 8:30 a.m. Persons who- Duval County Board of In the U. S. the largest wind- I Chtsfri4
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The club is dedicated to the Public Instruction and
REGISTRATION SET successfully pass the : requirements approved PLANS,mill ever designed was a
slogan "To make God'sChurch at that time must by the Florida State I 'd epr ession type* erected

and surroundings a return at me'same time Board of Nursing.Requirements in Vermont in 1941It
more beautiful and pleasant FOR PROSPECTIVE 14 for the course SUNRISE SERVICE built I
Thursday Jan. 1960. No was to produce 2I
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place to worship." further personal Contact will are: Persons must be"betWeen 1 ,2'9 kilowatts but a mech- I MOM'S KITCHEN I

PRACTICAL NURSESThe be made. Out of town appli- the ages of 19-45 and CHRISTMAS DAY anical failure occu fed on test ,I
The. worlds worst inflation .. cants are asked to pleace shall have completed 10th and:the project was abandone 8 1285 King Rod

occurred in Duval County Vocational take note.. Classes will, begin grade or above. Applicant "" r !-!Ia- resrtacrcttmllf.- .- ---
in 1936, School, 521 W., must show evidence of good
Hungary June AshleySt. Feb. 15, 1960. Early morning Christmas For Car Owners
when the 1931 gold Pen- announces registration Practical Nursing is a 12- physical and mental health will te held at in Sweetfield Protection

go .was valued at for the next class in Practi- month course sponsored by and pass satisfactorily the' Baptist Church Friday at 5: Auto'. Liability Insurance
1.3 nonillion Pengos. cal Nursing Wednesday Jan. entrance mental ability test. 30 a.m. with Deacon Sam .

., 3SJl. ..a laboratory fee of $, per Williams and A.D. Grant in Easy Monthly Payments
l' month during the Pre Clinical Charge of devotions.The ,

f period is required. Students Christmas message Royal Art Agency J

must provide their' ownroom, will be delivered by the 515 Davis. :St. 'Phone.EL 4.1894Open
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board, transportation, books pastor, the Rev. D.B. -
I and uniforms.-- Accepted Barnes. He will speak from 11 AM to 7. PM Moa, Wed,- .Thur., Fri.! Sat.
applicants are required to the theme: Good News.
..\. I pay 17.50 for the purchasingof Everybody Good News.", Sundays f PM to 7 PM -clued! Tuesdays

.I.. t.. the basic textbooks.. _Choirs. 1 uMimums. and 2 will serves, ,
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records to the school until program will be held Dec. :
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prospective students are 27 at 8p.m. /

BEST WISHES FORA' notified. Those who areinterested .. l W' Enroll Now 1* The
should present at ,11. SculVs Ha*** 'QelkffeFlorida -4
HAP: & PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR the appointed time. '- .* *.$. r. Barber College : -

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.MARRIAGE LICENSES
APTIST HOSPITAL By Louise..Guinyard
James .C.. Aibertie; '808 1?.'
Adams.St..23'aacJ,Theo Smith, A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO EVERYONE Now that the

II The professional Student. 888W, Adams St., ,,18' carols have'been sujpg, gifts-unwrapped, and toys tried out,
uses and. several members Wax. Clark U1C2I E; 1st St., we can.settle down to the more serious aspects of ths day.
[>f the Nursing Staff of Brews; 20:and .Gloria Conner, 951 E.Ashley We greet this dajr with a feeling deep.humility and-end

[ers Methodist Hospital attended St.: ,,I.?. lest gratitude, which we ;feel is shared by all of our,
the installation of ..Alvio'L. S nith, 1445 V. 9th readers, for without The Little Child what, would we look
he Jacksonville :.District: 24 and Elease Pollard, Rt.:2, : forward to on"this day?
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ursing Association and 'a Box 109 Winter: Garden: Fla.., My gratitude extends to you too dear readers, for your
kind"indulgence we have attempted to bring yon news of
istmas in the au- aTI
iitorlum of party Baptist Hospital 21.Benny Lewis, 1130 JessieSt. our bridge clubs, fashion shows, formats, etc. We can only
ee. 17.Brewster. .,'::22,and Sharah L.. Wanton i -- promise a more interesting and complete column in the

Hospital. Professional -' 4200'Victor St., 25. future.
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Students, sang "On Frank Gilbert,. 1702' Me As a pre-Christmas affair, we must include
Holy Night/ with Miss Quaid_ St., and Mary ,F, the wonderful party held Friday +

Debris Duncan, of the junior T, I evening by Mr. and Mrr. H.A. Woodard in

I class doing the sole part. their Durkee Drive home as one of the
Miss Sandra Faye Lay and Frank Gilbert, 1702 ,MeQuaid'St. most interesting of the season.Guests of
Miss Betty :Ann Williams of ., 27 and Mary F.Jackson The Woodard. included members of the
the freshman class doing the 936. 2nd Ave. South; faculty of Northwestern Junioe! -Senior
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solo parts in the rendition of fax Beach, Fla. 17. ; I High School (of which Mrs. Woodard was
"Nazareth." Both' groups Arthur L., Williams, 728 ENTERTAINED Members of the Kevinettes Bridge Club composed of socialites of the I a former men:>;t) and their friends, which
combinedand' sang "The Jessie[ St; 29 and Bemedia: Gateway City. who were entertained recently the home of Mr. and Mrs.Albert M. Mackey of added up to a delightful evening, climaxed -
Birthday of the King" and Robinson, 5857 Soutel, Dr 17. 2355 Kinwpod Ave are seen here. From left'are: Mrs.:Doris G. Bennett, Mrs.' Barbara Harper, f by a delicious dinner served buffet

"Silent Night.". The singers Larry Pate, 2315 Thames Mrs. ,Louise Guinyard (guest), Mrs. Helen Robinson:>> ; Mrs. Geraldine Hilliard,_Mrs.Cele.tlne'Nicks" Mrs..H.A.:Woodard':, style. ..
were under the direction Miss Street33' and Bennie J. Mrs. Dorothy .Oliver, Mrs. Emma .Lee.George, Mrs. Thelma Greene, Mrs. EssigD..
Present for the occasion Mr. and Mra. Nathan A.
White 2314 Thames St. 20. ; were ?
Avis Wallace, deaconess of .McCray, Mrs. Pauline Davis, Mrs.. Sarah Lovette, and the .hostess, Mrs. Pearl Mackey. The' Mrs.
and
1246 Blackshear Mr. Mrs. Jimmy A. Johnson : Device
Wilson L. Holsey, ; ,
Brewster Methodist Hospital. ,main course, of the menu served was barbequed chicken and ribs'a request of the members
and Essie Henderson Mrs Evelyn L. Hughes Mr. and Mrs !
Bass directress Oakley St., 23 M. 'when entertains The' first Mrs. Pauline second Mrs. ; ; emaa
Mrs. Margaret Mrs.; Mackey ) :'prize was won by Davis; ,
McFarlin Mr. Otha Wooden Mrs. Lola Schelly UK
Williams, 1353 Milnor,St., 19. ; ; Lydia
of Volunteer Service Doris Barnett; third, Mrs. Emma Lee eorge; and 'guest prize Mrs. Louise Guinyard. Mrs.
'' Flethcher Mrs. Charlotte D. Stewart ,
Roosevelt Paige, 3436 Wfc Dwight ; : ; a Joseph
Brewster served as the ac- j Helen Robinson will be hostess for'the'ne.xt'meetinJt. Mrs. Dorothy Oliver is president..
tfoncrief Road, 28 andDoretha '. Bostick: Mr. A.H. Tyler: Mrs. Willie M. Davis: A,ass Mary
-
companjst.St. & Northwestern bids farewellto Latimer; Mr. Robert Knight; Miss Anna& Minatee Mrs.
Vincent's Professional Mitchell, 335 Oak Mr. Mrs. Jessie Ferguson, ;
2354 all her senior football Johnnie Roberts Mrs. Leola L. Powell Mrs, Josephine
Student Group of singers is St., 26. Edgewood AvenueBoy.Mr. ; ;
under the direction of Mr. Sammy Byirt, 1147 Logan TS Mrs.. Moses Caffy, >layers. They really exhibite Cleveland; Mrs. Evangeline Johnson; Mr. and Mrs. LuciousP.
Boatwright. Refreshments St., 21'and Lois Hurley, 1585W. 4464 University Str eJ-Girl. rue Yellow Jackets in the Green; Mr. Capers Bradham; Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey;

were served after carols were 15th St. 17.jIErrs. Mr. & Mrs George Whetstone iastern-Vestern All-Star Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bland; Mrs. Nell Cason; Dr. Wiggins;
; 802 Court"-HBoy.Mr. Classic. The team's quarte Mrs. Iris L. Knox; Mr.. and Mrs. Kenneth Wheaton of New
combined
sung District by No. 2 of groups.the Florida & Mrs. Leroy Thomas, >ackand captain, Bennie York City '(both natives of Jacksonville) and Mr. James
Association held its Box 422, Baldwin, Flar.-Girl. Thomas, 7 received a fut Pinckney also of New York City.
Nurses ., Mr. & Mrs. Walter Shafter. cholorship to Florida A & MJniversity. Mr. and Mrs. Woodard were assisted by the Social Com-
annual Christmas Dec.
party 1916 W. '20th St.BoyMEN'S / : ; mittee Northwestern, which is comprised of Mrs. Bernice
7 in 'the auditorium of jj '
Baptist I Births at Brewster Hospital The Yellow 'Jackets
I marching Henderson, Mrs. Lola Schell, Mrs. Evelyn Hughes, Mrs.
Memorial Hospital. Band. displayed. Christmas .Bernice Greens and Mr. Capers Bradham. .
Officers for 1960 were in Mr. & Mrs. Robert Lester, spirit when they presented th<
stalled. Mrs. Eunice Cotton 1551 W.,9th St.-Boy. half time show for the Urban .. .
was installed as president. U(.. & Mrs. John Haynon : CLUE PLAN League Game. The band formeda Mr. Leon- F. Bland was host to a recent meeting of the
Mrs. Anita Irving, Super 'P.O. Box 335, Green Cove I Christmas 'tree, with the Jacksonville Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternityheld
visor of Nurses at Brewster SpringsBoy.Mr. PaOGRAMUNDA Y junior majorettes as the in'his Avenue "B" home. .
Methodist Hospital was elected -, & Mrs. Leonard Tookes, MISS JOHNETTA BETSCH, ornaments and decorations on The order of business centered around the calendar of
to the Board of Directors. 2020 W.. 11th Street-Boy. AT NEW BETHEL daughter,of' Arse.MARY LEWIS the tree. The band also.played events for the coming year, with emphasis on a joint installation *
of the organization for the Mr. & Mrs. Nathanial Clark, BETSCH and the late JOHN "Peter Gunn, "Tea For Two," banquet and stag partyscheduled for January 15
second straight 1246 East 26th Street-Girl. T. BE"tSCH., will be and "Jingle Bell 'Rhapsody"
year. : 'guest at the El Dorado Club.(Incidentally, we were a bit premature
= Mr. & Mrs. Bennie Weston, The Business and Professional "soloist lor'the '"MESSIAH"to 'The Chorus presented in reporting the installation f3auet a couple of weeks
727 B Venus &. Mars Court- men's Club of New be the New Christmas selections from,
presented by
Of the 22 States p issessa ago. Next time we will read no ce.Httle, more closely.)
seaboard _totaling 4,840 GirL Bethel AME Church, Third Stanton ,High School- Glee "The Messiah' Tuesday. The If you remember the Black and Kane Ball held by the
miles, chatwith the largest Mr. &Mrs. Jessie Williams, and :Tyler Streets will present Club, under -the direction of participants were Vernon fraternity last year, you will remember one of the most en-

is Florid with a coast- 3504, ,Aster Street-Boy. a program Sunday at 3 Mrs. Alpha 'H..' Moore,. Dec. Smith, Mary Alice Blount, joyable and elegant affairs held in this area in a long time.
line of 1,197 miles. Mr. & Mrs._Leroy,Stephens, p.m. in .the main auditorium of' 27, in the .school..auditorium. Tyrone Williams. Addie Blount, So, it might interest you to know that members of the Jack-
640 Court EGirl.Mr. the church. Every'year. since, 1957 the J ohnetta Shepherd, and Argenia sonville Alumni Chapter have plans for an even bigger

& Mrs. Milton McQueen, Speaker for the.occasion. Glee; Club has featured this Rochelle Hagan. affair this year.to be held.during the month of February.
1561 fast 22nd St.-Boy. will be Leonard J. RobertsJr. beautiful Christmas musical For the benefit of all the I p ISk !. 3aZSS| j S 8Z2 ,
4Go Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Cook. ., organizer president of and each year a graduate of girls. The basketball team r -ntl
iJb 1.324 Myrtle Avenue-Girl. the club. The speaker will the school or some outstanding opened its, season_ on the wW
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Johnson,' use as a subject: "The artist is selected as guest seventeenth. Let me inform you wI
Rppte 10, Box 9q,.Jaxt Fla.-. Victory Will Be Yours. The soloist.CAMPUSi. of some of the "untaken"
......... wit
GirL y' ipesroo players: Barry Watson, Lee
Wilbert Neal with 'orgaQ'm sic played by I
Mr. Be.. Mrs. : Jernell and Claude
Road-Boy. A.N. Green of St. Paul AME CRIERBy : Sumpter i \ '
2837
Lippia
; Hill. So, you better get,off \
Mr. & Mrs Louis Hysmith, Church-. i
that kick'and ring on these ,
up ;
5827 Boeboy Street-Girl. Scheduled to appear,are: St. basketeers. ,: "EJIt i
Mr. & Mrs. Johnny Hall, PauL Choir ,3; ,Mt._ Zion AME : :' Marjorie Meeks '
i
2440 San Diego RoadBoy.Mr. .Choir 2; Abyssinia Baptist! Just imagine: Lillian Bryant may not!>. possible for tu to-",'

K Mrs. Melvin Dennard, Youth Trio; Bethel Baptist Well stretch --your eyes, gets Threadcraft to class doesn't on time;gossip Bettie ? Lyon all'pen oiullf during Int.4 holiday I IuoA
Institutional Young Adult readers and witness the inauguration ;
2821 W. Edgewood Ave.-Bojr. wish all for
Gail has lost her HertV our to
Christopher e to
I Choir Second Baptist Choir -of Northwestem'ssuccess i
Colquitt, ;
ourhectI Mr. & Mrs. James ? admiration for Malcolm Graham
I Ri 1, Box 393 H, Jax, Fb.I .- 2; Shiloh. Baptist Choir 2; Mrs column. Campus Crieris Watson is aggressive;; I- i the most toron Christmas evefc, I
Barry
I I Ruth McMillan and Miss designed to inform you of the
Boy. resolved
Linda Tarver has to
wjaltes olneeael. l Mr. &,Wrs. Herbert Culver: Meltonia Cobb.MERRY activities at the. home... of the be quiet during_ school hours, Dr. aad-Mrs- James R. H idenoa' I Iand

h 737 W. Church Stc-Girl. Yellow TicketsNotthWestem's. Betty Cowart; Gloria McQueen, daughter, Stephanie mslsslss
I. Mr.. & Mrs. Eugene Cole,<< Z JI1': :'senior have for and Clemetihe Hightower wear x _!.UI! 5IIt l c BiISiIt: _.
1616 W. 27th.St.-Boy. : selected their superlatives
_. flats arid socks; Joe LOTe'sladmirers '
I Mr. & Mrs. Willie Smothers, the year' Gebrgia Martin and have calmed down; .Bil.Js"JQtIl! : !SLsi 5PS _-- ii'"ifS:
JPYOUS CHRISTMAS* t 2431 Edgewood Avenue-Boy.; .Jiti Edward 'HickSon exceeded all T.A.J. has stopped telling'okes

And Happiness, ,3! 'Mr & Mrs. Martha Jones. others taking the honor of ,and Rodney, Hurst no !
Rt. 1 Box 12, FemandinaBch "Most Studious". Marjorie WG& X
In fll Meeks and Barry Watson were longer filibusters. Minnie Lee ,l.!.
Fla.-Boy. has off the furnace
I Year Hand cut,
The Coming
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Williams, voted "most likely to, r4B
DR. A. T. FRAZIER I Rt.. 4, Box'443 A, Jax, Fla'.- CHRISTMAS ceed"; .Bettie"'Threadcraft-suc-'I for. Richard Hill. r.
I Girl. FROM Leo Chase, ,"Best dressed";; !
t 1913 Kings Rd I Mr., & Mrs. James Murray Mary Butler cutest";' Johnny' \i !.
.. l689Moncrief a-Boy. 'THE' FLORIDA STAR Martin "handsome"; Lillian I "
it
Smith and Leroy.Kearse"most ...-nnTOD. I )
FB uI Loe Air tfc e Mtrte Sae30 xs. dignified"; .Mavis Tames and 4iKIN TONE CREAM I j( V J". 11.

; Rodney Hurst! "most ambitious !! ,
,., ...,.
Fried '
tWrv- and
: Wells
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__ i Shelton ;Turner.Jeanette"most courte- May fa gi'fy of tii" Mrcm 6Mta your ktxli wHi bourf I,
c.IlIrr t ,. Mn ....
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ous" Joyce McKay and Lee SC ,- )t
; F.of pt. sur. that wU cn&rt .OUJW thi
coming riatl
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Costa Blakeley, "friendly"; :' .. .
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..... ...... Annie Pearl -Smith "neatest"; B.------ I
Ewe Bet Calseiii1Lt11.jjIit Gibbs CLEANERS & 'LAUNDRY
Argenia;Hagan,and Ray CAVALIER I'
; Ce ee .. "most huttorous"; Mary Alice Kozy Korner..

F.. Tr. Bolt Blount and Roy Mars, "most 612 West... Ashley Street I

ROOSEVELT GRILL Talentef"Looks, Jordag"dependable"; Linda Tarver and; 8th & Davis I j. -FL 4-1629 IJE


Ate')""Yi I_. I Mary King and Augustus
(Singleton, "most bashful"; J! J[ JII' o l -:-- i
j Lillian Bryant' and JimmySwain

from DRAB .to DAZZLING! '" .. [Wright,. "'and!school,Bernell flirt".Sumpter; Gloria, THE AFRO-AMERiCAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. I

"best.school. : spirit", ; Mary
-' To All I Alice. .Blount. ;: and Bennie EXTENDS SEASON'S GHEETIKQS MID SINCERE BEST 'j

L1x.cat Of' OH', Friends I Thomas, "most popular". WISHES TO ITS TOTJSA3Di OP POLJCY. LDERS I
I We. must salute all of the

Yellow Jackets_making AMDPHIEHDfr .
[fighting : :
AndP&KOZY I tLeLaU-Cit -teams; namely, Joe --

KO RI [Perry:, 'Jiwaie, :;Tims first team,I JI
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iBeaaie, Thomas, Malcolm
I Graham :;and .Bernell Sompter r199l
1 second' team..;Honorable men- -.

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: CINCINATTI' HIGH .POINT CHAMP AWARD F A M U RATTLERS TO 'RECEIVEW.A.

:SPORTING IT UP. : 'CLUE NOTES. aTIAR'S: FASTEST HYDRO ,

;; SCOn MEMORIAL TROPHYATLANTA
..BY'PARH JOHNSON ':
CATCHINGWith ", GA.- The PerCent Club
100 Wrong has
IF THERE 'IS,SUCH_ A THING'.s ,Christianity in sports it "c'
_
> 1 -' named the "Rattlers" of Florida A & M University Tallahassee -
shows" and is the/one Ed Bailey, Dutch .
itself
I very plainly unquestionably. recipients: of The W.A. Scott H. Memorial
11 ,
Dotterer Frank House and Don "" ; "" ; '
.
thing that brings the races of men together In peace harmonyand ..': ,. Trophy,.which goes: each year to,the National intercollegi-
t 'avletich :Cincinnati Reds
the where don'tfind ,
brotherly ,love- Sports is one place you }: : are football champions.
wolves hidden .in sheep's clothes. Last year .when.'the.' assess one of the strongest ,. ; According bottlers at Brenham Texas
: to A.L
;
Thompson
Minneapolis Lakers professional'basketball team ....eDtt -..'; atching...staff9.. in the majoj '- w.'t>:;/. *; president of the 100 and.Miami, Fla., has put in-
Charleston, W. Virginia to play, the hotel where the team 'b eagues, i: "" 1"fd- :-.. : : and to competition players-of-
Percenters
housing expert -
stopped refused,to accept Elg Baylor, their star player, the.v The 6-2, 206 pound lefthand 1: ; <: .' .:\...:'.."r/:: the North Florida institution the-game: awards to be.givento

1 entire team moved out. As you know. Baylor was a ( egro. winging Bailey has been called ..1' ,; ,was selected on outstanding players from
--- by many baseball observers : the basis of its 1959 undefeated the Orange Blossom Classic
IF THERE IS SUCH A majors. He bad a 21-15 won-' rthe best defensive catcher > ... .." : ...;:; season of nine wins featuring Florida A&M
.
THING as "Peace on earth, lost record struck out 209 } './. .
.
'
b ,n' theleague; '" I and no losses. TennesseeA University and Prairie View
-
Goodwill Toward Men it is '
batters in 217 innings During his four
seasons as & I' State University, A&M College at Miami
{ found in sports. When the appeared tin, 50 .games, Reds* regular catcher, "the i Nashville, with nine wins December 5.
Alt Pro offensive team was pitched four shutouts, had a. rideof _Strawberry Plains; and one' loss, was rated The player awards are
picked by the NEA ,Service, nine-inning ,one-hitter and 'a Tennessee" has hit a total 'pf d.,.. ',' second team In the nation, named for J.R.E. Lee;
there four' skinned '
t were tan seven-inning no-hitter and 71 home runs while Prairie View A&M founder. of the 27-year-old
the ;
performers on team; )
Unbiased and unprejudiced pitched 16 complete"games... Ed, who batted .264 in 121games College, Texas 8-KO, was classic who is vice president
Roosevelt Brown of the New BASEBALL PLAYERS forthe Reds in 1959 i .. cited in third place.In of Florida A&M
often take on 'out of season et an all-t Die record for home 1 its 9-game season, University: "The Coca-Cola
York Giants;: jlm Parker of jobs, and that is.. true of runs-by' a Red catcher in 1956 I Florida tallied 403 points Company Atlanta Ga., is
the Baltimore Colts ....
;. Lenny Ernie Banks! the Chicago with 28. He .followed with ::20 against a total of 64 pointsfor sponsor of the Scott champ-
Moore of the Baltimore Colts
Cubs brilliant shortstop. ound-trippers in 1957. Ed was MILWAUKEE.- Driver of designed by Italy's Professor its Three of ionship trophy of the 100
and Jim Browa of the Cleve- the fastest motor boat of 1959 Renatd Brozz), now in his lively90's. opponents.
Banks is automobilesand '
land Browns were picked. selling off to a slow ,start in 1959 but Bill Stead .(right) receives Prof. Erozzi was the favorite its victims Benedict College Per Cent group, while the
THE NUMBER 2 DE- so is Charlie Neal of'the batted .293 after the All-Star lartinl-Rossi Trophy from sculoter of Gabriel Columbia, S.C., Wiley Atlanta Life Insurance Com-
: FENSIVE TEAM in the All- Los :Angeles Dodgers., game'and .352 during the montl taly's Count Theo Rossi president D'Annunzio, aero of World College, Marshall, Texas, pany, Atlanta, Ga., is also a
Pro ranks also four Junior Gilliam is a sales f September.The of the company at recent War I, and considered the and Morris Brown College sponsor of the annual event.
placed representative.for Hiram 28-year-old Bailey,' American 'Power Boat Association greatest .Italian poet after Atlanta Ga., played in that : The Moss H. Kendrix.Organization -
tan stars, they were Gene convention held here. The Dante. have
Walker Experts appraised -
Incorporated. Elston D.C.
'scovered Paul Washington ,
"Big Daddy" Lipscocjb of by Florence trophy, which Stead won'' by the trophy as the. greatest order at the beginning of the
Howard of the
New
York
the Baltimore Colts; Abe was named, to, the .National piloting the boat "Maverick, work of art in its field. season, were scoreless.In handles public relations
Woodson of".the San Yankees is working for a League 'All-Star Game team in symbolizes man's conquest over The only foreigner ever to order Florida was beat- promotions for the jam
Francisco 49crs Dick beer company. in New York. 1956 and 1957. the waters. It is a bejeweled win America's Gold Cup Regatta ing these schools 74-0 64-0, I bor e.
"Night Train" ,Lane; of the Chico Juan Pizarro}"emandez.Milwaukee Phillies; Dotterer, a six foot, 20$ go eagles I d-a n d pulling silver a sculpture Medusaout of Count Rossi also presented and 60. Continuing the i The' W.A. Scott, H Memorial -
Chicago Cardinals and Milt ; pound righthander spent the of the .waves. The eagles' trophies to pilots of the craft, season, the "Rattlers" I Trophy was put into
Davis of the Baltirsere Tony Curry, Williamsport, entire 1959. ampaign with eyes are genuine rubies; the "Hawaii Kai III" and "Miss defeated in order, Bethune-i competition in, '1953 through
Colts. The Washington Red: *, and Roberto Clemente, Cincinnati after playing in four Medusa's eyes are actual Bardahl" for the years 'CS57;' Cookman Daytona Beach I Th'e '100 Per Cent Wrong
skins is the only team In, rite Pittsburg are playing winter ames in 1957 and eleven in emeralds., The work of art was, and 1958, respectively. Florida 68-6 South Carolina i Club.The first trophy was

National Football League ball. Larry Doby, San,Diego, 958 with the Rhinelanders. State, Orangeburg 5412, 1 retired last year by Prairie
"Dutch" of the Red I North Carolina A &: T, i View A&M College which
I .which failed to place a wan is trying to work his way son WALKER CAGERSSET CHUCK DRESSENPROMISES .
on defense or offense. N back to the majors leagues. Bout, "Dutch" Dotterer has Greensboro, 28-16 Allen/": had three' legs on the award.
I IN THESE TOUGH PLAY Willie McCovey, the sensational Iways been.tabbed as a major JAN. 1 'TOOPEN MORE Columbia ,S.C. 52-8; Southern Florida. A&M and Tenn-
FOR PAY games it isn't a first baseman of the. league receiver, with a real Baton Rouge, La.,21- essee. A & F each had two
i matter of who likes 'whom, or San Francisco Giants Is alsoan hotgun throwing arm. 'PRACTICEWalker ZIP IN BRAVES 14; and Texas Southern- ,J legs on the trophy while
Dotterer batted .267 for the Houston 368. Southern Gambling
little petty differences that. out of season car sales University -
would bring about objections man. 1959 ,season in 52_games and Vocational and MILWAUKEE- Mil- The 100 Per Cent Selec- College, Grambling, La.,
or "I don't play with or SUGAR RAY ROBINSON,. definitely established himselfs Commercial College basketball -. waukee Braves will be a tions Committee is headedby and North Carolina State
against a certain team be* the Massachusetts and New a major leaguer. The Dutchman squad will resume prac- different team when the 1960 Ralph Robinson former College at Durham each had
cause." In baseball tennis, York Middleweight bosing especially found Los tice Jan.. 1 for the second season gets underway according director of athletics, Clark one leg on the trophy. t

football, basketball boxing champion appeared lean and Angeles (.382 average) and half of its cage, schedule. to the new manager College and an Atlanta Ga., I 'EI tlt tssat at9'You
and track meets the field is hard at a nightsago Pittsburgh (.467) pitching 'to The team lost two games Charlie Dressen, who Scout executive, according to I
wide open and more and more when\he defeated Bob his liking. He is playing winter recently to Claflior Collegeand promised that his club "will Mr. Thompson. Other members Itk
in other sports the races of Young in a tuneup fight in all with the Cienfuegas team Florida Normal. Coach have more zip and..start,off of the committee are I IY
men are being brought closer preparation for the ...defense in the Cuban' Winter League. Julius[ 'Guinyard said his winning games earlier in the Marion E. Jackson sports
and closer together thus of his two 'state title against His younger brother Tom a team has been playing on season." editor Atlanta Daily World II
eliminating Bitterness, Paul Pender. Robinson threw third baseman, is on the Re even terms with opponents He said, "The boys in Joel Smith, sports authorityand I
strife hatred confusion and enough leather to knock the roster after having a fin throughout the monthof the dugout are, going, to talk: a member of the World's
New season at Nashville. December' little baseball sports department, and
disturbances.SAD England light heavyweight but in the 'final a more this
SAM JONES the 34- champ off his five House,,a 3Dyearold"lefchandbatter. quarter, the team has been summer and see if we can't William Nix, statistician anda
year-old right handed pitcherof times in the second round of a :was obtained on Novem- osing'games. steal a few more signs once member of the staff at 9,1.-
the San Francisco Giants 10 round bout Sugar, Ray bet 21, 1959 from Kansas City .Walker,'hLSCorM..a..totaL 'i +- .WbJJe.. orehouscCnlleae... _____. ,
*" n-exchanger:'for To Acker.-. i saidf head Mr.. Jackson who is co'ordinator'
hasbeen confirm -s the who is now 38-years-old'woni of 310 points to'opponents manager he a talk
the Frank 6-2, 190 has seenmajor for 62 withies the of The 100 Per
National League's most fight on a technical 350 an average of Coving ton,
effective pitcher in 1959. knockout.A league service with points pet; game to 70 for t' hard-hitting iefder--: and Cent Wrong Club-a projectof
League figures revealed that MERRY CHRISTMAS Detroit and..Kansas City. opponents. The coach said I he will have him exercising the Atlanta Daily "W'oddL Go our heartfelt
the tall tan workhorse>,ot the AND A HAPPY AND PRO-' A native of Bessemer he' expects to win the remaining before reporting to spring adds that the 100 Percenters.on I
Giants compiled a league- Alabama House was considered half of,the schedule training camp. the occasion of their 25th
leading 2.82 earned run" SPEROUS NEW YEAR TO one of the best handlers of with all 10. members of the Covington, never reachedhis anniversary, will select wishes oi happiness

average tobeatout teammate EACH OF YOU. MAY YOUR pitchers in the American squad seeing action. peak in 1958. At the eleven .persons deemed to I
Stu Miller and Bob Buhl of League and a dangerous long The two teams are equal. beginning to the season he have contributed most to -at Christmastime!
the .Milwaukee Braves It HEALTH BE .ABUNDANT'AND ; bali hitter. He hit 15 home runs The Red Team is composedof couldn't quite get going and sports during the J last quarterof

was the best year Jones ,has YOUR POCKETS in 1955 with Detroit.' Willie Reese Jerome later on "he.injured his knee a century.'These announcements I
had since he entered the BE HEAVY WITH CASH. Frank. was one of the bigge Etfchardson, Fred Davis, and was forced to sit out the are expected to be BROADNAX
.... bonus players receiving a Lockland Scott and Ernest closing weeks of the seasotu, made at an early date at
.M _,. 175,000 from Detroit which time the club will list
reported
SH Powell., "That big fellow can mean SERVICE, STATION
NEGROES NAMED for signing in 1949 when he wa ; Members 'of the"Blue, squad .a lot to this ball club if he its other honorees.for 1959. |I'
,I sought after by 'all the major In the the 100
are:- Johnnie. Richardson, hits the way he did two meantime 816 W. Stale St.
J TO PARTICIPATE league clubs., Bobby Dunbar Tommy seasons ago," Dressen Percenters announced that Phone EL 4-9264
.. He averaged ..250'as a hitterin Maultsby,' Willie ,Murray and said. "I told him I \V'antto one of its All-Sports Jam I
,1I IN SHRINE BOWLSAN the 'American League.. In 98 Dewitt Maddox. The leading see him back in the groove boree sponsors, The Coca-' J. N. BROADNAX 'Mgr.
.
games with_ Kansas City in scorers are: Willie Reese, :.and Wes assured, me that he I Cola Company with its I
FRANCISCOWhen 1959 he hit 235. 55 with of is in good shape ":! .. '"el A r r ct +tl c r= rlti' 1III
t points: .an average -- -- ------- ----- --
JI the annual Shrine Bowl game Pavletich, signed as a bonui 11 points per- game; Jerome I
::1 i is played in San Francisco player 'oa August 14, 1956 fort Richardson 43 .points JQi__ JISJIfiiM!! .4LI
e 19>.7 season, was marriedon I
between of
!I Jan. 2 the East average eight points per 1'- I
I .!and West six Negroes will October 24.. 159 to Dolores game; Ernest': Powell, 39 ..

be;ion the roster of theo Wilhelm. points,. .L, Scott, 38 points; J \ I
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I the West. was. with,the :Reds In 1957. un- Johnnie: :Richardson, 19 -:'\ I
r j The eastern roster will til: inducted into the Army onMay points.. \. J
{r I include Ron Burton, All-; 13, 1957. The next game' is Jan. 1I '--
r 1 1t American halfback of Northwestern After his discharge on 13 against Ed..ardiaters i .
s I I ft not I L. possible for to
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JJ ? Bob Jetty leading February 14; 1959, Dda joinedthe College, at James Weldon '
:'J rusher in the Big Ten, from Cincinnati Club for spring Johnson School. Jam 16, at IOU all personally! oaring tht holidal .'

1J/1j j Iowa; Dick Brooks. Perdue. trainingand apparred in on Hampton Jitaior College II.. esoa so Lm oar wilL to all for I
J I end, and Blanche Martin; National( League 'game before Jan.. 30, Green :Cove Navy ttt most Christmas
..JII t Michigan State fullback. being optioned Topeka 'of at Walker; 'Feb., :::10, Florida iAt joyous evenDr. !
Dick Bass, College the the' Three I League. Normal .at Walker; ,Feb. 16 I 1 '-
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\1 Pacific; and Prentice. Gautt Despite being plagued wish Claflin College, here;. Feb. and lKr -, Jtmec IL Henderson ,
t the big plunging fullback injuries the':likeable Pavletich 20 Hampton; Junior College I Chrtm.js and daughter, Siephaaie gxre
Oklahoma will here. Four,.more games will 1I :
II University batted...277 in 69 games foranager : y* jea3aasacDR.UB.CH1LDS_ e"IC
IreaEconomy boon the West team., Johnne Vander Meer be cftcithe.schedule., .
Drug StePrescription. with 12'home>runs'and I ... M M "'-JIIiWj
50 runs- The largest doors 'in the W CAMOt '1' fcttnra .1 '
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lrz Good Will Vander' 'Meer believes the : 1.1 id
Our Groalert youngster has ,a -,fine future the U.S.-, Navy; Tdifigible favors ..'*. r.alv.d' jf,
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900 WITH, :BALIATO and believes Don could deve hanger, Lakehurst; N.J.AMPLEX 1 from ar: p.fre *, ..d, I I

JLJ lop into" a "very good 'powei ': ;I' vrpuiiyfrtudt.ILL ......,
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FRANCIKA ADAMS
to cease hatred. Matthew W. Gllb.rt
Francino Is in the 11thgrade
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USE.OF 'TOMIC'A.G.OE FOR PURPOSEFUL. ; Women ber of the Council N.H.A., ,and Young to.

:: ADVANTAGES ,I tends St. Joseph Church.
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It,Is{a pleasure io extend many organizations and..
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.coming:year beNr' / ';. With New Year. to all my classmates.
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