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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:
November 12, 1960
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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00584

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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:
November 12, 1960
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:
UF00028362:00584

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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DURING REGULAK: BUSINESS SESSION recently,of fleers George Washington
Carver Elementary School P.T.A. paused briefly to take a group
picture. Shown from left are: Mrs. Ruth Harris,secretaz'Y;Mrs. Than
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Prime, treasurer; R. V. Danielspresident of Duval County PTA's and As Asst. Press ChiefReturns
guest: speaker; Mrs M. Floyd, reporter; ,Mrs. Eva Guyton, principal of .
G. W. Carver ,School ; Uoyd Pearson Jr., PTA president; Mrs. Dorothy
,Ward, vice-president-; }{rs. Beatrice Gil Hard"recording secretary, and
Mrs,. M., .Patterson, parliamentarian.Afw -
I Show Negro Vote Teenage Driver Held

'- ., *"*Orleans"*. _,, __ 'NAACP. YouthCouncil < ..D'b' .jpwro1rPHILADFIFHIA bt. \IZtf'pT.o.Ke'P Death
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IntegratesNEW 'Meets" '
,, HYANNIS r POTMass.';" President elect John 'F._ Trag fy 'struck' with ruthless. :suddeness here
Here The recent ,Kennedy, Thusdaymoved, swiftly to' accept shortly after Wednesday noon w/ien'a/ local woman
,ORLEANS In a Sunday report that Bish President: Eis&nh over's'invitation for an car] attempting to cross tHe :street, in the vicinity
dramatic ',the New meeting to y of her hone struck and killed
move f op.'RR.Wright Jrsenict: arrange orderly transfer of government was instantly
Orleans school board Alton Yatesrecentlyelected prelate o f the AME :power and, announced several important ap by a hit-run car whose driver was apprehendedby
voted 4-0 integrate state vice- Church had been strict pointments which included one Negro to his alert police some 20-minutcs after the accident -
five Negro first-grade president of t he Teen was denied this. press-- staff.. I L_ police reported. .
girls into this city's Florida NAACP Youth week, by the family Kennedy a historic according to reports, Victim- of the accident I
95,000pupil school Councils will be principal The bishop visited an announcement, made. is being received with according to ,I Jaxon Gets 75
system, it was re- speaker when annual conference in known the; appointment jubilation by Negroes police reports, was
ported.Following. the Jacksonville Branch.. LouisvilleKyguest of of Andrew P. Hatcher, Firs.Mamie Butler,440, Years For
Federal NAACP Youth Council his episcopal colleagueThe Negro newsman of the 2 t-- ; co.tiS'i<"i of 1477 Kings Koad.

Court Judge J.Skelly holds its regular Rt.Rev.E.L.Hielmian San Francisco Examineras ,' ,.. Held in County Jailis Manslaughterpleading
.: :, .
Wright'a temporary weekly meeting Sunday .He' suffered a painful, associate press 'A..<,' 7 t Harvey Edward Hilton -
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restraining order starting at 3 p.m. in but not serious fall, secretary the White : ,!7-year old resident '; r guilty to
which prevents inter= St.Stephen AME> Church the family reported.lIe House, marking the Yn. of 1545 \1.FirstStreet. second degree man-
ference from state Fifth and Davis Sts. is 82. first time Negro has si aughter,Jessie James
legislative c om- Rodney Hurstpresident Bishop Wright arrived been named to such an : w City Patrolmen C.E. Williams.38, of 1248
mittees which had announce d.An invitation home, Tuesday night, important pres idential *' 4 Hunt and C.S. Hobbs ;W. Fourth Streetre
taken over controlof has been extended to, three d.& y s earlier staff post JLcinediatelyafter said that Krs.Dutler ceived a '5- years
the city school the general public < anrelection. was apparently,cross prison sentence- for
system, four of the than plannedto fill a The newly elected ing the street in tHe fatal shooting of
.five member school preaching: engagement president also' announced front of her hone another man during; a
BurnedIn -
board-one member was Cross 3unday i Saint Mat- at a news conference near Whitner :Street June 26 incident.
absent-voted unanimously thews AME Church 5th the naming of when she was struck During the hearing
to ace do to Yard Of and Summer Sts., Clark i1. )Clifford by the car at approximately before Criminal Court
Judge Wright's order HE FELL shortly after Washington 1 awyer and 12:40 pn. I Judge /iJJia:1T.Harvey
by permitting the Ga Principal 5 a.m..Sunday, down a former special counsel around the country. Investigators further Wednesday,Uii'iams is
five firstgraders long stairway i n the to ex-President It is generally con- disclosed that the aid to have k killed
to attend apreviousyal14 EASTN<4r,GA.-A crudely home of the entertaining Harry Truman, as his ceded that the Negro victim's body was Roscoe Smal?wood,28,
! te segregated constructed four-foot pastor,the Rev.Mr. representative to coordinate vote in at least six hurled 170-fect as a p f 1961 Ii.]2th Street
school. I cross was burned here Reid, a son of the Rt. the Eisen- key states was one of result of the impact. According to Asst.
Another temporary this week in front of Rev.Frank. Madison Rei howerKennedy trans- the biggest factorsin Fast Police Work County Solicitor R.
restraining orderwas Negro principal St.Elmo Bishop Wright was immediately fer. Kennedy's election. Police Lt. George Hudson Ciff' the incident -
issued by Judge Morgan's home. taken to a He made it known that ranch, following an 1Jich 1 took placeon
Wright which further I Morgan, member of asocially hospital.H e sufferedno FBI Chief J. Edgar .Island alert by Patrolmen the 800 block of
strengthened the integration prominent broken members, or Hoover and A'.'enDu ?es Jekyll Hobbs and Hunt, des- Rushing Street a t
move is family and head of fractures His hostby director of Central cribing a car with a 4:30 a.m.. occurredwhen
that all Louisiana Peabody High School, :lis request, arrangedfor Intelligence have assented Resort Sold broken head]' it,said Williams approached -
district attorneys, found the cross after an early trip hornet to his request JJ,YLL IS.L.A.l.tD"GAl_ that he gaw Hilton a car in
mayors,sheiiffs,pofice returning home from the He preached to a that they stay; on in though-no plans, for the driving along }yrtc which his former girlfriend
chiefs and state officials -' I funeral of his' father. large congregation those key positions. future has been revealed Avenue near Deaver was riding with
are prohibit He said that the cross the West Philadelphia. He picked Theodore as yet Respite hope Street. Smallwoodhisvife and
ed from arresting or burning vas probably churchEmbezzlement Sorre ono, f ,Idncon,- that the state will Following the car other persons.
preventing, criminal : the work of "youngpranksters" .!tAA *"*. ,Neb, one or his_top take over its operationthe until it stopped at Snallwood is said to

proceedings againstU.S. l ... campaign.managers,for plush half-million' Hilton's houseBranch have struggled with
l-farSha1s and {the enviable ro'e of dollar beach resort for took the youth into Williams when the defendant -
state officials from Charge To as special counsel to Negroes here at Jcjcyll custody. The right threatened to
performing their the president. Island was foreclosed windshield and hood To.ll the ex-girl friend
duties. "" Three Atlanta TeachersNEWNAN Kennedy' 'appointment here ],ast week. of the car were also then shot Smallwood'swife

It is reported that of a Negroa quiet, Opened in August of damaged, Hunt and in the leg.
U.S.Atty i HepbumMany GA.-Three ,Atlanta school teachers were .soft spoken newsman) last year, the swank Hobbs reported. Witnesses testified
instituted the action, indicted here this week ty a federa, grand .jury to his Press."staff resort which had been Hi1 that the two men con-
to protect marshals' charging embezzlement' of $25,000 from a federal constructed loanof ton\l1o: is employedas tinued Struggling and
on a
serving state officials credit union in which all three are members. Sparks said.Mrs. .lker $299,000 a service station then two shots were
to the
Negro'teachers' is a retired attendant, is facing
with the The teacher fircd.Car's occupants
restraining years : Negro firm which builtit.
a $24,972.60
order. It were charged: kith.taking ,: and an instructor at charges of manslaughter heard the shots but
shortage in' funds Mortagec -'was the
has also been learned money from the Atlanta acc\lDalatcJ. was Morris Drown Coll ege. Georgia Teachers Retirement unlawfully leaving the did not see who fired
thai Teachers No. 2 Federal She had been treasurerof scene of an accident, the pistol.
law
a new state Rnd.
Indicted are lrs.l'rctha. They were failure
Credit Union over a D.ia1kera group'since X940,he forced to foreclose to maintain Testimony further: revealed -
makes it a crime to. periocl; years.A.1]ega- .it 1 ante 'residenttruas-northeast said.. the note since no money on control of his vehicleand that Williams
serve a warrant' tions by the brand jury The other two indicted had been failure to. have a died as the result of
lirer of' the credit paid on the
relative to the integration -' revealed. that over a union, Assistant Dis- persons were identifiedCont. loan since its formal driver icense.. receiving tWo bullets

order. period of some three trir.t Atty. J. Robert on PAGE 6 opening. !f... which pierced his
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Saturday, November 12, 1960 -' THE FLQRIDA STAB PAGE TWO


I THI FLORIDA STAR-


mwffa "Politics As Usual"By I


". Eric O. SimpsonThe
."
.->:Pabtkh d br Tb Florida Ste PnMfrliinq Co. -
number o f Negro-
:,. **MfTpbfT. of Associated Negro .Prea" ,. .-#lo 3F''rt Americans employed, in number o JT Negroes I n
trie O. *ap m ; -, :Y..r'c. j' : Grades 5 through 15 inI960
Pttbast JokHlUt ..._.I_.' 11(es .... luppe -grade whitecoller
WOOUB C1re lat1otti : positions by Fede with the number so

a ral. agencies i n five .employed 'in 195& Fifty-
MAt OFFICE k FLAXTs three agencies in WashingtonD.C.along -
.large cities ofthe
'EDUCATION"Stf na-
00 Meooici Road EL 44782 -. LA CK with
.tion has neartydoubled:
THE HAJORlTijCIVIL their field establishments -

ICaDIa8 Ad&MSt ,- N RIGHTS FOR All< in the past fouryears, in Chicago, S T.
P. O. Box SSL Jftdmarffl 1, Florid O 1 .. 'the President commit-
AMERICANS \ Louis Los and
it \ tee on Government E Employment Angeles,
Mobile were studied fbr
policy reported -
SUBSdOPTION BATES a comparison of these
; to the President
iTiar'ar.eOr. : ;: H JI'YMT, IUD Thr Momma-il.M J ti' r today. statistics.
..tfallod To"You. Asywhrn IA Th* UaUd SUIM.tjiiiiiiitfllnn 1 + Archibald The Committee report
Papt&te In Act.,.... Seed Ctock or Monty'Order Tos_ : -; J.CareyJr, indicated that for the
FLORIDA. STAR-0. BOX WI-JACSSOH7ILLE: 1. FLORIDA, Chairman, stated "the five cities combined
Committee i s highly ,
gratified t o observe Negroes in these upper

the substantial: increasein grades rose from 4,979in

Election Of Kennedy the number of Negroes 1960.1956 t o 9,295 in

moving tpto sub- Negroes gained

Is Source Of HopeAt rrri professional and pro- 1,852 jobs in Grade 5

fessional levels. Although over the four-year period -
f 1 4 Negroescontinueto 850 in Grade 6,

represent small 568 in Grade 7, 508 in
the end of any contest there remains those a Grade
9, 234 in Grade
proportion ofthe
who were on 'the winning side and those who were tF total 11 in
number 98 Grade 12, 41
of
jobs in these
on the losing side, symbolized by the happy' Jc levels in Grade 13,3 in Grade
the
winners, on one hand and the disappointed losers t t r i k trend ,demonstrates present 14, and 4 in Grade 15.
a
on the other. In the little used Gra
:manifest
The election to the presidency of Senator JohnF. rise i n the
job status des 8 and 10, th es e
of
Kennedy leaves a similar situation. Those Negro employees -
in the Federal gains were 93 and 65,
who supported the young Democrat and his partyare government.rr respectively.

naturally elated wi'th.the. outcome. .while 1 Rising proportions of
those who supported the Republican opposition, -" The figures are drawn : Negroes in these better

have seen their hopes fade.H. ,ever, those on ONLY STHCX'J GOVMiXML: : '.T ACTION ',',II.I l l.; I KILL 1 "Till.1 NEED-y." ".,'':,:r from a recently c9mpleted paid and more responsible -

the defeated side have many things in which to -, study comparing the Federal jobs were

take consolation *' found i n each of the
For the election of Catholic to ,
one thing a cities surveyed. I n

the presidency for the first time in the historyof Washington the propor-

America' is an extremely healthy sign. It : Your DailyHoroscope tion of Negroes to the

shows' ,that the Americans have kicked out one' .,.: total number Federal

phase of bigotryreligious 'bigotry. It shows : GuideWHICH =. ". workers in these gradesrose

that, the. American. people have come to, grips, ," \ from 4.1 percentto
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DAYS FOR
with one of' the most controversial issues and .c.- '. 6.4 percent; i n

have manifested, the true spirit of democracy. BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL Chicago, from 3.7 per-

It is an indication that Americans are becomingmore : _-' ,- By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER cent to 7.5 percentSt.

and'more "democratic and therefore givesus Louis,2.2 t
'. \. {. percent o
hope that the abandonment of prejudice may 4.3 percent; Los Ange-
,
be extended to Negroes. '., -.- "- ':'>,J les 1.4 percent to 2.7
On the premise that "all's well that ends Aries percent; although in

well"!," Kennedy's election has brought the Negro Leo SagittariusBorn Mobile only from two-

J into focus ; for according to the experts the Born March. 21s thru April 19th Born July 23rd thru Aug. 22nd tenths of one percentto

Negro vote 'played ,a major role in ,the young Sat. ''12th-.-Uncertainty. You have reasonto \ "Sat. 12th-Deco tlon. The results you Nov. 23rd thru 'Dec. 21 tf six-tenths of one

Senator's election. The fact. that Kennedy received doubt the advisability of making any think you have obtained ,may be fictitious. Sat. 12th-Dilemma. Those who share 'percent.The .
such ,heavy support from Negroes as *a changes in the way money is handled. Look ,Examine propositions closely before you living quarters or ,are otherwise allied your to
group and from many individual Negroes gives after your personal needs bind'yourself to anything. you, may'be the causes of great inner
SUN. 13th-Occupation. You are not one ,SUN. 13th-Alertness. You again have to concern. report alsoindi-
us hope that the White House will accord the to stand still. You can find enough to do be wary this morning, if you are still under SUN. 13th-Upwardness. Your ambition cated that the greater
recognition that is due the race and membersof going over your wardrobe and attending to pressure. You should enjoy doing thingsto could be a secret la most everyone and percentage of the increases -
'the race.Fina11ythe. repairs around the house. beautify your environment. it may be wise to keep it so for the time
Mon. 14th-Promptitude. It should make Mon. 14th-Mediocrity. You can't expect being. Build up self-assurance. : occurred i n
with which the contesting I it easier on you to get your work done as much from sales goods, service people or Mon. 14thCover. Do not tip your hand the grades above five
parties have buried their 'political, hatchets, early as possible. Problems later. and interruptionsare boastful characters. You might as well do today as it may expose you to unreasonable representing an advance
apt to multiply the work yourself.Tue. demands or The
expense. to
spend
urge
as shown by President, Eisenhower's offering to Tue. 15th-Exactitude. Those who are in 15th-Burden.Another day when your more heavily is growing. toward Grades 6,9,10,
set-up machinery for the transition from his control are likely to be demanding or hardto responsibilities seem to increase while your Tue. 15th-Conservativeness. Respond to and to some extentll.The .
administration to Kennedy'sshould be a lesson please. Dp of not try reach.to attain objectivesthat spirits drop. Do not succumb to pessimisticviews your more frugal instincts when you fedan President's Com-
out
are your altogether. extravagant spell
to Negro politicians in Jacksonville who are 3-50-22-14-49-352 not stint on necessities.coming on. But do mittee on Government

prone ,tor carry their disagreements from one 7-60-88-13-84-768 Employment Policy was

term to another. 3-20-11-15-59-321 created b y President

In 'the same manner that the Democrats andRe'pubJ.icans : Eisenhower in January

coining together to work for the ,Taurus VmjD Capricorn 1955 t o assist the

good of the nation, Negroes should be coming I Federal execut i v e

,together to work for the good of the race and Born Aug. 23rd thru Sept. 22nd Born Dec 22nd thru Jan. 19th agencies i n eliminating -

the nation. torn April 20th thru May 20th SaC 12th-Skepticism. Be particularly distrustful Sat 12th-Project. Look toward the future discriminationin
Sat 12tb- Distortion.Those who are linkedto of gossip or news items of dubious and plan boldly to make it conform to Federal
you tend to misunderstand or misconstrue origins. Your own logic will point out the picture you have drawn up in your employmenton
remarks or actions. Guard your secrets where they are fallacious. mind. Just don't be wishful. the basis of race,
Just A Reminder well when pecessary. SUN. 13th-LearnIng. An excellent day to SUN. 13th-Search. You can probe and colorreligion or national -
,To SUN. 13th=Amusement. An excellent day improve your mind through reading and analyze to your heart's content for thatis origin.Tte
for recreational, creative and cultural pas- study.. -Animated discussions also stimulateyou how you stimulate thought. Intensive committee -
School Board : times. Those who,return your love shouldbe to think and act seundly.Moa. reading is a path to knowledge.Mon. conducts e m-
OfficialsNow most .inspiring tonight 14th-Inertia. No matter how strongly 14th-Objective. There are some ployirent surveyssitsas
Mon..14th-Discontent. Your mind may be you feel impelled to' carry out certain obstacles you may have overlooked, and
filled with other'thoughts than the ones required ideas, it seems better to hold back. This .which may limit your personal arena of an appeal body o n
,that the School Bond Election has been won, by your responsibilities. Don't heed could save you money, too. action. There'are'ways to remove them. individual complaintsof
something 'like ,five to one, it is appropriatethat those who agitate Tue. 15th-Lift. Do not give a depressed Tue. 15th-Challenge. You may not feel discriminationand
our school board officials be reminded of Tue. 15th-Rejection.Continue to ward off mood too much rope or it will tie you se- too sure about your ability to reach your has initiated a broad
the influences that could darken your 'out curely. Liberality has its merits when you' objective. Time should give you the'anwers
.coramittments.. they have to fulfill in so look.. It is seldom wise to work up steam can serve a worthy cause. you require. program o f trainingfor
far as the Negro ,community' is 'concerned. over what,'can't' be helped. 6-70-77-18-73-67J 5-80-66-19-32-586 Federal supervisors -

We ,cannot forget that all too often our school '210331737213Gemini to implement the

,officials have .a strange' habit of putting offS Libra the non-discrimination

:th ,'needs ,of ,Negro education and b'usy themselves .' thru.Oct.} 23rd Aquarius policy. additionithas
Born sepL.23rd
with,:,other .projects that suddenly become more Born May 2Ut"thru June 21st held Area Confer-
vital, than ,the, problems that have confronted Sat. J2th-Suspension. 'Hold back when Bern Jen. 20th thru:Ftb. 18th lences in 35 major:
Sat. 12th-Uncertainty. Do not iackte"J bS there
are uncertainties about prices, qualityor Sat. 12th-Postponement. There is no
the" Negro comnunity. that,baffle Necessities functional ; cities of the nation
you. purchased today value. Reflection should pre urgency''' about: 'committing yourself to a
:It is, well that our school officials be reminded should be checked for accuracy and quality.A cede everything you do. goal until you know more about it. Keep with 4,000 'topFederaldministrators

that several,. new schools in the Negro good; TV night. SUN. 13th.;Contentment. This is one of your basic resources ,intact. to accelerate -
SUN.: 13th-Attraction. 'There :should be the days when you enjoy privacy above ell SUN. 13th-Solidity. Security
,area .were to be placed on the priority 1 is tand dependsmore the
.
no reason for boredom'around the house'if else. There 'is a thrill in being able to go, on what you own than on the opinions program.
that we are expecting them, to expedited you are' _inclined to make improvements.Get through mementos or old letters. of others, no matter how "highly placed. Other members of the
,as such. the family to:collaborate. Mon. 14th.;-Dislike. There may be a de p. Keep ,your assets growing. President's Committee
Mon. 14th-Amenity.: Make it -a point to seated reluctance1 to take af: Mon. 14th-Reserve. There
Jiave workaday are matters
blue inaddition
We noticed ,that the prints for Negro to Dr.Car-
in close
stress relationships.
courtesy
your fairs. This is not always conducive to productivity that should not be discussed, even with your t
schools are .seldom seen too long in advance so .The assets.you have accumulated should be or'desired;res lts. ',' best friend. Some of your long-range plans! ey of Chicag o,include

that: we,, can see exactly what facilities are left to. grow ,some more., ,Tue. 15th-Morosity. The tendency to seethe (are a source of concern. Vice Chairman Branch
being planned. _Then when the school is, completed Tue. 15th Resistance. Loved ones may dark side of any,situation pretty much'in -Toe. 15th-Rejection. Do not permit 'the flickey .of Pittsburgh
have some ideas about spending which evidence. This eouId"difficu1ties pessimistic views of people to make you ;
so, veiy ,often, it is found that many necessary should not be allowed to persist.Curb your ', with top people change your own. Take the necessary Hilton H.Biow o f New

facilities- ,are absent, leaving' it then to thecitizens own extravagant inclinations. "11".cl1L::., 2=;30,= 47J 5- 8j .... .... measures to insure your well-being. Yorkt h e Honorable
to rake' several 32Cancer 8-50-99-12-95-859 Charles C. Finucane
up money 'to buy items 1-30-22- ', i"n ,
,for the school -" .. .. Assistant
'f oJI rd, _r--" .', Scarpslith -- Pfcces Secretary of
Our school board members should ; !
be reminded
.
iuoo 1i ..t' _. ...:.:,,' ".', ..
:
:that., they should. ,be, more thorough in their Bern June 22nd thru' July 22nd .JnotI Oct:24hsIIru,;: .....". ;; "',-, gent fcfc. 19th thrti W 2 th DefenseCharles H.Ken-

examination' of new buildings. before accepting Sat '12th Wlshfulness. Romance, strange sa. Misconception.Too much .Sat 12lh-Doubt:There, may be good reasonto dallGeneral Counselorthe
them from the ,contractprs. Too frequently; contractors propositions, and high-sounding offers may ific (ion on your part could puzzle mysti- suspect the truth of rumors or uncon- Office, o f Civil
are '"penni ted to palm' off poorly built be ,traps today. Give your heart only. to .. friends and others, close,to you.' your firmed. news reports. This is a good time and Defense MobiliZation
-
buildings :with a number defects and omissions those who really deserve it. ''SUN.' 13th- eenent# "You may count'oat'siSitors'to to iptn your favorite people. -
Mrs.Alice
SUN. 13th-Wariness. Do .not let your : be entert iIilDg--and informa- SUN.. 13th-Pursuit Keep on enjoying ; K.Leo
Iat the cost of the taxpayers guard down as the same, influences are'still -trvcT-Your aspirations are, being'stimulated stimulating compan", intelligent discussions pold, Assistant to the
It is well, ,too,that citizens and civic groups around. You would extract pleasure from by fthc way trends' are shaping up.. or interesting community events. Select the Secretary of labor
be remin de "' that they should be vigilant by 'visitors an4* loving ones. ..... Mon44tb: Perspective. Do not magnify less strenuous pleasures. Arthur ; W.
Moa. 14&-Stamp. This is',the ,kirid'ois.a problems and worries beyond their true MOB. 14th---B CUr.It may not be easy to McCoy o f Wash-
watching closely how our school buildings ,Monday when no one feels like getting "diu eiWom. This is one of the days whenmistakes please anybody or obtain the cooperation ingtonD.C., Mrs. Jane
built so that we get what we are paying for. started.,You may be rebuffed if you;tmtcT. can be much too costly. :you require. Take adequate measures to F.Warnockvq(
.Eagle'
obtain favors or services.: Toe. 15tb-GIooBk It may be hard to shake protect your;basic resources. But
Toe. 15th-Consideration. Just I avJben, off the feeling ,that nothing is worth-wbile.- Toe. ISfe,--.,--.' Modest *bopes" are te-S.D.t and Attorney
strictly:aJone'when they are in bad-moods.: : You know by past experience, .that theseJ/ much more likely to be realized thin William T.Colecan.Jr/
Losing your temper would, only provoke moods. will disappear. I,,j those that have.the: stamp of wishful think. : of ,
Philadelphia
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past week-end was another "big one" for I ..-
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FAMUans. Ve have heard that "Homecoming"social 4 ..
activities in Tallahassee were many and varied.) ;. s ..
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Jacksonville and Les' Treize Amies are still .'I .
counting the weeks until the Debutante Ball.
December 23 has a special meaning for the girls
who will be formally presented to society in
Duval Armory on this particular evening.Of the

twenty-one future debs, pictures of eight of
them have already graced our column,Penelope

C. Tolbert, Marvin A. Tolbert, Sandra Wilson, (
Myrna Wilson, Iva E. Baker, Jacqueline ,Baker, ..,

Marilyn Wesley, and Margelene Jennings; others qrs. ... ,T i ..iceF
who will be seen in future editions are Joyce A.

GrahamThelmetia ArgrettMiriam Burney, Yvonne h L '
CameronSallye M. SolcraonLeila K.HicksonZetaE. 1

Gibson, Annette Harper, Serena Joyner, Mary .

Washington, Barbara Bonner,Margaret Baker, and '... .,,, ..,
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Agatha Roberts. ;\"'!, !.
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This week we take a brief glance at_Thelmetia .. ., It, '
Argrett and Miriam Burney whose photos will .: }' -ij1g

appear in this column later. .
Thelmetia Yvette Argrett is the daughter of "< ., y

Mr. and Mrs.! James H. Argrett, Sr., 1166 West .. .
9th Street, and has to her credit an excellent .
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scholastic rating throughout elementary and .-

high school. :Li ,
A graduate of New Stanton Higt School,The1netia :
was active in the National Honor SocietyStateand
District Vice President of New Homemakersof

America, president of a local chapter of
N.H.A., elected "Miss N.H.A."twice, The Y-Teen
Club as a charter member of Olivia Baldwin Club

and the organ class. She is now a junior at
Howard University's College of Liberal Arts,
where she is majoring in chemistry.Extracurricular -

activities at Howard include member- .. f in
ship in the Chemistry ClubCampus PalandDelta,
Sigma Theta Sorority.
Miriam Burney is also agraduate of New Stanton
High School and was an "Early Entrant" at Fisk .
University where she is now a junior. She is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I.. H. BurneyIII",
of this city, and formerly of Tampa and Atlanta.
Although Miriam is an honor student at Fisk
(majoring in mathematics),she finds time to be
active in Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, and last
March served as the National Itelta Undergraduate
Delegate to the White House Conference o n
Children and Youth. She is 'president of Fisk's Fastidious f'ashionschann: and bevy of svelte til 7 o'clock.
Alpha Beta Chapter of Delta, and was recently '. ,;" models will carry 'their audience :into the world Mrs. Jackson, who will model the latest in
elected Second National Vice President of Delta hairdos will have as participating models, ,',
of the latest women's "
*:*!. wearing apparel Sunday ..
Sigma Theta Sorority. Last month she attendedthe afternoon when Mrs Ruby: Lee Jackson and mem- Mesdames Thelma Lumpldn, Jean Parnell., Martha **::* ;:
American Council on Human Rights Workshop bers of the Gay Ladies Social Club present Williams, Beatrice SmithYvonne Crawford,Alice
Washington, D. C. and served as a member of their annual Pink Cocktail Sip and Fall Fashion Legree, Ethel GeorgeLittle Kay Frances egree

an interrogating panel at the workshop. With Revue at Wilder Recreation ,Center. The event and Brenda Smith.An '
such a display of leadership' ability, it is invitation has been extended to the public.
4
swing underway promptly at p.m. lasting unWedding -
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small wonder that Miriam is also president of

the Inter-Fraternal Council at Fisk. Bells Mary McLeod Bethune Los Muchachas Plan Holiday Fete I
*
Members of the Los Mrs.Huth. Whitepresi-
Fashion makes. the news in most cities of sizeand Memorial Plans Set Muchachas Amigos met dentMrs. Farresti
.- Applications for Marriage
Jacksonville is no I Licenses recently in the home Donals,Mrs.Eblphenia

exception. Hence, we $ Wilson L. Henry, 1851 W. 31st., Washington D. C.On June 1., 1960a bill was of Mrs.Annie C.Mainoron BrinaonMrs. h n n ie
take special note of j H Jax. Fla., 19.and Loretta Gresham signed into authorizing the National Coun- Begonia Road where CowartMrs.Alma Glass,
the Fall Fashion Review I j tr 1409 Franklin St:, 18. cil of Negro Women: to erect on public lands in they completed plan s Mrs.Hazel HowardMrs.
that will be presented Caldon Adams; 1123 PalmettoSt. the District of Columbia,the first memorial to for ''their Thanksgiving Gwendolyn LangleyMra
., 25 and Betty M. Lawes, 1411
Sunday, Nov. 13, from 1; Lee St., 19. an American Negro Mary Mc eon Bethune,founder Party. Elizabeth Milledge*
4 to 7 p.m., at Wilder 1 Willie F. Maxey, 5218 Ave. C, of ,the National Council of Negro Women and Members presentwere: Annie C.Mainor.. '
Recreation Center. The j 18 and Susei M. Colleton, 5626 Founder-President Emeritus of Bethune-Cookman
Ladies Social Club Astor St, 24. at Florida.
Gay I College Daytona Beach,
is sponsoring the affair 0. L Willie J..Budgett, 403 Copeland NCNV will erect the Franklin
of Mrs. Those
St.,' 21 and Mildred L. Kim- ship
which will feature memorial in Lincoln
rough, 413 Copeland St, 16.
Roosevelt and '
such local models as Spencer W. Meeks 3934 Mon- Park on-"East Capitol Delano who hM
Mrs. Ethel GeorgeMrs. :rief Rd., 23 and Carole E. Arm- Street in Washington, other distinguishedwomen :.
Bernice SmithMrs.JeanParnell I trong, 1995 W. 6th St., 21. the the Cotillions
Herbert H. Dixon, Rt. 1, Box near EmancipationGroup
Mrs. Lee are designed to sym- live in
Ruby 8, Vernon Hill Va.. 30 and Jewel (President Lin-
Jackson, Mrs. Yvonne Linder, 4909 Ave. B,, 21. coln and the slave.) bolize the highest N
Crawford, Mrs. Martha BRENDA SMITH AND ,Ernest Govan 2064 W. 15th St., Just as the Emancipation qualities of womanhood -
8 and Valerie E. Scott, 1439 W.2nd sYIe.-
and
Williams.. Mrs. Thelma KAY FRANCES L2GRESLumpkLn Group ,was 'built service a-
St, 17.Benford '
Mrs. Alice Legree, and .the Little Goldsmith, 3804 Lea- with fundscontributedby chievement for which _
Misses Kay Frances Legree and Brenda Smith. ion Circle, 28 and Dorothy Alli- emancipated cit the National Council 1
on, 3804 Lennon Circle 24. ienssowi1 the Mary of Negro Women was _
Wm. R. Doby, Jr., 1764 Mc- in 1935 by w!
Mrs. Doria A. Jones and Mrs.Annia Frazier were founded
uaid' U 53 and Clara M. Ab- McLeod Bethune Memo
guest players when Les Elites Bridge Club met ney, 1836 Bisbee, 42. rial and Educational Mrs. Bethune.
Friday evening at 1192 West 8th, Streetthe home be built' with,
of Mr and Mrs. L. Carlyle Davis. Eddie B. Thomas' 2122 Venus Center Ladies
Court 27 and-Christine Nelson, Charming
funda contributed anu
Mrs. Frazier was recipient of the guest prize 2122 Vnus Court, 22.
while Mrs. Lois Avery, ,Mrs. Vernal McCone, and raised by women Mrs. Bridge Club Feted
Mrs. Johnnie M. Roberts were winners of club Bethune- lead and organized -
prizes. in her lifetime Members of the Charm-
*.* *. ATTENTION LADIES ing Ladies Bridge Club
The Hellenesians, a progressive rubber bridge Bridge & 'Social Club Toward this end, the met recently in tree .e'A

club, met Saturday evening in the Begonia Road Reporters National Council of home of Mrs.Delphenia
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan McCone.Mrs. Lois Send or Mail Negro Womeninauguratei M. Bivens. The home _
Avery and Mrs Eva Rosier were among guests, Your Social News 'in this Silver Anniversary was colorfully decorated -
with the latter qualifying for the prize in Mondays T6 Yeara series of in a Halloween c-1
FLORIDA STAR International Debu- motif.
!
this category. Club prizes were awarded to'Mrs* 2323 Moncriei Rd. Cor. 13th
Cotillions.Underthe Several. rounds f
o
Nan Fletcher, Mrs. Kathyrn Robinson,Mrs. Leola Or Phone EL 4-6782 tante
Dudley, and Mrs. Pearl Miller. Honorary Chair nannr bridge. were; ,played

*. ..... attractive prizes being -
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity will 'hold its State won by Mesdames

Conference at Edward Waters College on Satur-. r ,- .: DayStukes, Cromarthe demand GORDON'SIf

day, November 26.* Dr. Leonard Morse of the, and Cohen.
Edward Waters Faculty is ,one of the foundersof Club members a r etHrs.Hortense
the fraternity. Brewing- you have a taste for
tonMiss BrinsonMrs.' .the finer things,always ask for .-
t c'a'M Hortense Brown, Mrs. Gordon's authentic London Dry Gin. /
Josephine Cleveland, So smooth and dry... tk -. "
Mrs.Pearl CohenMr a.Clenel of such delicate flavor... .
can enjoy it STRAIGHT!
CromartieMrs. you lor JOfI' _
Rid the FLORIDA STAR c u l a7JIn
t t a eooatt Margaret DayMrs.Dor 1
TWICE-A-WEEK. : othy Dm opMra. Vermeil no Gin like
", GloverMrs.Earnestine .
.' Wednesdays and Saturdays Poole, M r s.* .teX BIH.wnt wraia mmGORDONS Wi.: sotsaot.CWOI'IIIf CII ea LTD t9Dq LLi
.:. _. .-:-'.... ':.f: 2 was f.e It FOWBSRS 2S. 24 POWDIRS 499 Lillian Stukes.



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St. ,Stephens9 Riiuunniiiiinianiaiiiiii

Baby Contest rx'
CHURCH NEWS

.* November 20One r ry j

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t* of the five
charming babies participating Mrs. Olivia C. McMillan wife of Dr. J. T. McMillan -
in the Baby who is pastor of Grant Memorial Church,
;It Contest at St.Stephen JT will be principal speaker during 11 a.m. v o r-

AXE Church which closes ship, when the women of Union Cosaunity: A K E
with an auspicioua m, Church observe their annual Women Dayprogna.MBHBHHBHHBMB .

program Sunday after- ; \ 4 d ; : i : '

noonNov.20 :is Michael } f ,1
1k
;
Eric Bennett.
The contest is being First Corinth Baptist Church, Duval and Madison

a sponsored by Mrs.L.G. Streets, observes the church's and pastor's
Genwright in'benefit anniversaries Sunday through Nov.21. Deacons

of St.Stephen's building Eddie Stirks is general chairman Co-chairman

fund. : .; F is Deacon Willie Frank Smith. Rev. W. L. Jones
I ;
Participating babies ? is pastor.

and parents follow:
Leon Eric ewisson i + BBMHBMBBBBBKThe (

of Mrs. Naomi Lewis; ::;
regular order of service will be held Sunday
Marsha D.
Montgomery;
A tip of th Papal Cop
to.th*$. eutttmding young daughter of Mr. and at Apostolic Church on Benedice Rd. Bishop
Aaitrlconi, who make our Both will be delivered
* country and our cownunlty. Mrs.W.D. Montgomery ; M* Cooper, pastor. sermons
a better plies In which to Andrew Norris Richie by the pastor. The ninth annual convo-
PREPARING FOR
* Jlv. CONFERENCE-Stewardess Board 1 of Mt. Zion AME Churc,
cation which held recently was successful -
was
son of Rev. and Mrs. E. Beaver and Newnan streets, are shown preparing for the Annual Conference very
* it has been announced.
Lloyd Richie; Morris which will be held in the Church Nov. "27 through Dec. 4. Mem- ,
*** Mark Horne son of Mrs.
bers shown from left are: Mrs. .Mary Smith, Mrs. Violet Kinnon, Mrs.
Michael ************(
y 7 Mamie Home and E. T. Tutson, Mrs. G. B. Gardner, Mrs. Suzie Torrence, Mrs. Flo rids

Eric. Dwight and Mrs. C. G. Ward. Rev. W. F. Foster, pastor, is shown at
Mrs. Genwright and the pulpit. Services through out the day will highlightannual
Men fS services at Greater St. Mat-
the pastor Rev. J.S. Day
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BY AVERY
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Johnsonrequests thew Baptist Church, it was announced by Rev.S. .

friends support their Second Baptist Observing Gaston, pastor.
favorite baby. D&athtAnd
.L1lw'ruNLA ************
110th
It's Anniversary
Fun.raI.BOWMANMr.
JENKINS AbyssiniaAnnounces Mrs. Thelzca Hair Jones, mathematica departmenthead
New Stanton
Second Baptist Church, holding nightly a e r- James T. at New Stanton High School will be main
Meltonia is a member i vices through-Monday night in observance of its of 720 W. Ashley St. speaker during morning worship Sunday at St.
of the nth grade Activities 110th anniversary and the second for its pastor HAWKINS-Mr. Willie, Paul AME Church annual Women's Day c e 1 e-
class, Xnios Junior Rev. J. C. Sams, will hear Rev. E. S, Evans of of 830 Dewitt Street. bration, Mrs. Estelle Williams, general chairman -
Sorority and president Macon, Ga. deliver the annual sermon at lla.m. WRIGHT-Mrs. Odie of announced. Mrs. Elise Wilsonwife of Rev.
of the Junior Church at Services for Sunday Sunday and a later message scheduled to start 5513 Brait Avenue. Robert Wilson, pastor of Bethel Baptist Church
First New Zion.HobbbsJ will commence with at 3: p.m. MILLEN--Mr. Williamof will be soloist.
are sewing and read- Sunday School at 9:30 1124 W.20th St.
tist Choir.
ing. with Deacon W.R. Mc- Among those who will McGEE--Mrs.Olivia of ************
Other participants on
**** : Neal and teachers in be featured on the in cludA 1318 W.Fifth Street.
******* MissAllyce the program
charge. program are James SmithMrs.GactVaught a PEMBERrOn--Mrs.Katie Choir 1 of Macedonia Baptist Church will sponsor -
.4 Morning worship will Faye Roundtreeand Mrs. Lucille Amelia,of 1728 Blue its Annual Tea Sunday from 4-6 p.m. in the
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begin at 11 a.n. with Amos Ealey along Scott, Mrs. Cornelius Street. home of Mrs. Sarah Strickland. The general pub-

the pastor, the Rev.B. with the Second Ba p- SaInS, Mrs. Alb e r ta HOLLEY-Mrs.Janie F. lic is cordially invited.

: L.Wynn officers BrittMrs.Annie Huff, 214 Railroad Avenue.
in charge. Choir #4 'S District 13 A.F.Young and Rev. BUTLER-Mrs.Mamie of -********! ****
r ErGIVDOLYN will serve. Deaconess 1 0Meats J.C.Sams who will deliver :1477 Kings Road. -
board 1 will meet: at Sun'dayDistrict : the closing re- TILIMAN-Mrs. Geraldine Annual Women Gay celebration i. scheduled
c 3:30 p.m.inthe churchauditorium.District marks. of 740 W. Church Sunday at the Church of Our Lord Jesus, Apostolic -
: THOMAS 1 15 Bethel Rev.Cyrus A. Weaver Street. Faith with speakers to head each program
t New Stanton will meet in the home Baptist Church meets and Rev.Robert H.Wil- DURHAM -Mr. Cliffordof during the. day. Mrs. M. L. Mooregeneral chairman

of Mrs. Rosa Huffman Sunday at 4 p.m in son will have charg e 1928 Venus St. will preside over the 3 p.m. program. The
Tribute is paid to 3212 Barnett Street. the home of its president of the DEMERY--Fred Douglasof church is located at 43rd and Dodge Road.
Gwendolyn of the 12th Deaconess board 2 will program.
,Mrs.Isabell Harris: 1031 Albert St. -
grade.She is a member meet at 4 p.m.The BTU 1328 McConike Street, *****HHMBMK)

of the Yearbook Staff, will sponsor registertea Deacon Ervin Carley, Head
.Student Council and at 4 p.m. in the announced. Baptist Societies Mt. Sinai Baptist Church's Senior Choir 4 will

secretary of the Youth c church basement. All members are urged'to observe its 11th anniversary Monday starting at
department at Second B.T.U. will ccnnenee be present in orderto Donation Day For FNI 7:40 p.m. in the main auditorium of the church.

1 Baptist Church. Hobby i at 5:30 p.m. with the make complete and Wellknown local talent will appear on the pro-

(.'is sewing presidentDeacon Hud- partial reports o n The Progressive Baptist State Senior and gram and an invitation is extended to the public.
son Jordonpresiding.Evening sales 'projects. Junior Women, Y.W.A. Conventions will be co-

worship 6:45 sponsors of Donation Day for Florida Normal. *)**********(*
p.m. with the pastor 14th. ---
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and officers in charge. New Product The groups, under the asked specific to items contribute to assured a- District '10 of First Baptist Church will celebrate

leadership of Mrs.H.B. goals o f the its 18th anniversary Sunday with Rev. G.
4 New Born SEA BRINE Miller and Mrs..AgnesL. program. W. Phillips delivering the annual sermon at 11

Dean are working Items will be delivered a.m. His congregation will accompany the pastor
ActivitiesAnnounced- Relieves Ills extensive projects in from the Day under leadership of Deacon H. Belcher.

various areas of the Spring Baptist 'Church.
state in connectionwith *********)(***
Recommended by Dr. The parent body head- f
SANDRA DUNCAN George W.Crane, noted the financial and ed by the Rev. J. C. I
New Stanton First Born Temple, physicianand news- general gifts drive Sams and other churches Choir 1 of New St. James AME Church will sponsor -
.First. Born Church of paper columnist, a for the school. and pastors will par- a Musical Tea Sunday from 4-6 p.m. in the
Pepsi Cola Dealersare the Living God, 825 medicinal product known District presidentsare ticipate in the general church auditorium.:
proud to salute Monroe St.announces as Sea Brine is being serving as chair program.
Sandra of the l2th Sundays services. prepared right here men and other officials Mrs. Miller and Mrs. M..X..JI.X .

grade.She a member Sunday School beginsat in nearby Lakeland and workers are head- Dean will be among '
of the Student Can- 10 a.m. with the. ,Florida. ing committees. the presiders for the District 9 of St. Matthew Baptist Church p r e-
cil. ,Journalism'club, .( superintendent and instructors Sea Brine, a dietary Each church has been affair. sents an Autumn Tea Sunday Nov.27 from 4-6p.m.

and president of her in charge. supplement, is a con in the church parsonage, 1311 W., 27th Street.
homeroom. Hobby iscollecting Missionary Day ser- centrated product of
records. MHHBHHBMHBB8Deacon ( ) ) ) )-
vices 11
start at a.m. Atlantic Ocean water,
*** *' : '* fr 7t and all missionaries Many of these chemicals:
and Mrs. S.V. Cohen 825 Monroe St.are
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: are ,invited to par- are totally missing
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; q sponsoring a Friendly Tea Sunday from 4-6 p.'C1.IXX.IfIf.IUUIf. .
ticipate on the pro- from farm lands thus EL4146Smf
; Mvrtlc Avc nd Adam* Phone
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Missionary
gran making such foods as )

Listen : Jes'se'Scottpresi&U. I vegetables fruits SMALL FLOUNDER .&. 25e
to PepsiUustcQuest '. Presiding Edler A. sadly lacking in vital RED BASS for Baking .' Lb..?9c
'It t1do'r'_ Hill is pastor. chemicals SPANISH MACKERELLI -.... 39c\! Mrs. Willie Mae Thomas will host District 2 3
: necessaryfor of Mt. Ararat Church in the annual Fall
Baptist
OCEANVIEW SPOTS .U>
Kibt 10:30:to'1hOO" proper body func- ''
BOAT WHITNINC 32' Tea Sunday, Nov. 20 starting at 4 p.m.
Per: 'Phone R'9u1sts' .j Mt, Ararat's Dist. tions and aids to SHIEPNOSE ., .
EL 6-04 61-2 -, fight off diseases, SNAPPER FILLETS ...Lb. 59c **)******)*****
23 Meets according to Dr.Crane. MANGO SNAPPER .... .:. .. ..._... .Lb. 49c .
Sunday .... ,.. "'tIrIWa'"
Since its availability
District 23 SPECKLED TRO .Lblv49cCkickM : WHEN YOU ARE ILL
of Mt. to the publicover M* fer CM b tt \
Ararat Baptist Church store counters, SuccuUnt TURTLE MEAT 49c You Seek The Best Doctor
will sponsor anltrtuan Sea Brine has become Fully' Drtswd CATFISH .. 49e m When Your Doctor Prescribes

Tea Sunday, Nov. 20 instrumental in relieving N.PMT M..**..kw
from 4-6 p.m. in the such paralyzing Large Virginia FLOUNDER 39e According To Your Doctor's
home Gtaatot Who! RED SNAPPER 2 to 4 Ibs. ..... 59e
of Mrs. Willie diseases as arth- Orders We Use Only
Mae Thcaas, 2318 West ritis,rheumatismhighand : Watch for-Our Circle 'SpecialsUNIVAC The Best Quality Drugs AiBfc
45th Street. Iwblood pressure, SAYS KtJN& THIS SPECIAL AGAIN G. !. metProprietor

The public isinvited. we ents periodic dis- ,.

tresses and manyother NEW CROP ET LARGE :9 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOULILLY'S
GOSPEL SINGS 1 body disorders. MULLET ROE' *
BLUES S1NGKS! As Dr. Crane states, DM STORE

JtIfII 011I.. ; Wmted For bcordlagi Sea Brine,the dietarysupplementtabs ROE MULLET :.
.isle, diced' 'O.t lafor-atio .. Making rc .da once ALSO new cxe? 1907 Kings Road ELsln 3-827B
with MtbawU "....KoM. daily gives ycorglandsrgsbord.: 89 A COMPLETE LINE OF: .
CHOICE Writ. for IZCOKDS fetefe. a chenica .s T .Z9e Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Snndrf*
loa 5C21A.." 'Newark. NJ. (adv) PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED, FOR AND DEUVT2BZD
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TT ;dYw AlvinDark; May Return .

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By C. JOHNSON
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I Darkone of the Key Giant infielders of

I a 'short time ago and now new manager,replacing
-4 FOOTBALL IN THE JACKSONVILLE AREA has been Ton Shet.:18J1for: f6lis expected to be the one

superb throughout the season. Coaches of the iran, other than Durocher who may bring out the

various schools have given to the fans the great potential of star Willie Mays.

brand of football that gives them the urge to y.v '.. Dark, who along with. ..; _, ,
I attend the games. With the 'Florida: Classical:. Y. 4' aA Eddie Stanky, was one

ready written in history. books,. everyone is now of the Gothanites who'

looking forward to the East-West Classic which : ; greeted Willie when,

draws huge crowds each year. .y R ,A "fjv ''' yy \ the 18-year old whiz
SEVERAL FOOTBALL STARS have been dubbed A 11- ___aF 1'1 J"Y Yy kid joined the club in

American prospects long before the end of the 1 :; 51, always rerained

season draws near. One of the main prospects close to the Birmingham -

picked is Bob Ferguson of Ohio State.Close behind Bombers and was a

him, is Ernie Davis of Syrac Be/ore; the source of inspirationwith

season comes to a close there wajLl be several mays' u p to the

tan stars added to the list. Over at c( h i o N time Dark was tradedto .

State, it seems that where ever Ferguson gees, t# y ; '1% the Braves. Y ,

State goes.FLORIDA When Durocher left 1 t ft&ice' :

A. AND M. UNIVERSITY one of th e most the club t o becone: a

schools in the countryathleticallyhaving '
recognized Axr < radio-tee vee announcer "
produced some of the most fouta n d ing I z' u, I Wd 5 x :a ,P il Rigney, alsoa ,*+ f !

stars of the professional world appear to have 1 former Giant, took :

I more in the making. It seems that Clarence ever as manager and 1 1 I ,; Et' ,r3 0

__ Childs is very much in the limelight and is r r carried an aura direG i' ,

4i4 being watched. Don't be at all surprised to tly opposite that o f !I!

see him join the ranks of "wild Bill" McClung, Durocher.

Willie Galimore, Bill Lee and Adolphus Frazier. Fellow WTO have played -

SCORES FOUR TD'S-Larrupin' Lanny Moore Los Angeles line during the 31-17 Oolt win. with Mays tell you
A of the Baltimore Colts is shown hitting the Moore scored all his teams four touchdowns. the thrives on will definitely bring
forth those elerents
It's harldy likely that Coach Jake Gaither's praise, and if cne
rampangimg Rattlers will work up anything more Injury Cancels should tell "h i IT how showing not only a ballplayer's

than a sweat and another basketball score this good he really lay ball playerbut

week when they go after their 17th straight win 'Stilt-Big I O'NBA 6o in and day out,Willie a fan's player ard
let* fZikbt' leader is than
against Allen University this week at Tallahassee. Hoop Duel Ii responses i n playing a ore of .
department
one play.CLAIMS
The situation will remain, the same as the
CINCINNATI, Ohio-The long. ,
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the past six games played this season. awaited pro duel between Ameri BY BUCK ROGERS

I FAMU 90. .. .. .Allen 0. ca's top beige basketball heroes
failed to materialize' here last Ji ,r?. dM
WHHBHHHHHHHBHHBHBf week as Wilt Tlie Stilt" Cham- I heard a wild goose the other near Welaka and Lake Okee-
beriain, led his Philadelphia Warrior night a lonely, haunting cry chobee, which lies northwest
.teammates, to a 131-113 win which sent a little tingle up of Miami.
Edward Waters Tigers will be ,seeking another win oVtr the Cincinnati Royals whose my spine. And, although the Large bass are a little more ; -
this Oscar Robertson hobbled by a sky was clear and the air common in the, central lakes,
coming Saturday night at Ave. Ball-
Jfyrtle bruised ankle, scored only 14 balmy. I knew that Winterwas but for fast action from good-
park when they face Morris College of Sumter, points. just around the corner sized fish I would suggest Okee-
S.C. in their annual. Homecoming fiesta.Score 27 The game, played at the famed Leaves drifting to the groundand I chobee Excellent accommoda
Cincinnati Gardens where Robertson : flocks of migrating birds I tions, guides, and facilities are
for the Tigers. anda_ goose egg for the visitors. University of Cincin overhead can affect fishermen I available at both places.
I nati's three-time American, many ways. Some are resignedto I Florida still has its share of
i One.jrorthe Bqoks:*', Olympic heavyweight Champ I set basketball;:record after,record the seasonal interruption and tarpon fishing, ,but the sport is s
_ ,was the first meeting of the pack away their tackle with either expensive here or it's
Cassius Clay ,who recently joined the fight for. two'cage giants, called by many little or' no emotion. Others downright dull. A better ;bet is
cash boys in his 'native State of Kentucky, won the two, top _Negro basketeers take this Situation harder. and. Lake Nicaragua in the countryof
still others "Just won't give up.I the same name.
.in the world. Although
his first encounter by decively whipping a fall in the latter
reckon I
pro Chamberlain, the 7'2"'pro sophomore I : farther away, wrist-tiring action -
cop..oh no, not what you think! .Cassius who rewrote the NB4 rem category. When''drift the southward big flightsof is available here for almost ir" t1 I
geese the same price as a Flor-
ordbook last
season, scored 33
f opponent was Tunney Hunsakertlie fighting Chief through the scudding clouds, ida vacation. And, in between
points and had 25 rebounds
to .
of Police from Fayetteville, W. Va. Over seven the Warriors. my thoughts automatically go tarpon strikes you'll tangle -
pace with them I see blue waters, with 1,000-pound sawfish and ,
thousand win the referee's and both I .
saw Clay white beaches, and tall palm giant sharks which shouldn't .
judges nods.Although I' exist in this freshwater lake. :' irr' : :. ; .'<
I More about other tropical ; .
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hot spots a later cqlumn :. '. '
and don't let the .< .' ... ',' ..
b geese give you: :" "' "' .N ,,- ::
players who dominate the famed Harlem goose bumps in the meantime. .. ..*,.,:" >.. < a ,: '"L. ::; .? :t"'"

Globetrotters, teams are mostly former collegians Y ALL ABOUT GAS. FOUL-Gesturing with his clenched fist, Arch, !

r wily Abe Saperstien, owner of the game's most Despite the non-commital..ob- Moore, at a pr.ss conference in Rome, said the National Box.
famous team states that the only high schoolerson r 4 servations attendants of most, there service is a station difference -- Ing Association took "his world ligMh avyweight championship

the team's roster are Me ad owl ark Lemon, in outboard fuels. This because of "politics.
1 basketball's ] and Summons Y fact has definitely been proven.
c own prince Murphy Y
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and one outboard firm, Mercury -
the "Dandy Dribbler". has taken a firm standon

the subject.If NOW'S THE TIME TO ORDER

_ Grid Scores trees. When such an illusion you'll you add demand many white hours gasoline to the Pocahontas-Briquets
becomes little tame I can C 0 A L
.a,
Games This Week CLEVELAND JONES easily conjuretp a lunker bassor life of your motor. If you settle Anthracite--Coke
for the automotive gasolines
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nn CITT.WIDI otuvurI&LL
AI& ALM... S-fougaoo ..... 8 PORTLAND, OREGON a big tarpon poised in a which are now heavily treated
_ Ala. State....32avannah .... 0 I Elkubeth City at Maryland st. Jones is one of the marvelsof breath-taking leap. And, for the l' with leads and detergents, SEASONS ICE & FUEL GO.
AUen ......2G--Benedld ..... 0 ,FayefevIUe' State Winston-' collegiate football, in that next several days I I try to thinkof you're just looking for trouble. SIn NORWOOD AYE. PHONE PO 4.45H
DWard .....3G--Cwk .........14Fay'tvdlle Salem he defies the size advantageof ways in which can pack : This situation applies to any
and follow all of those
..22-ElIz. City ....12 Alabama State at Fisk teammates, and opposing my bags birds. I outboard both new and old,
E1a. AII...f9-Y. C. A&.T ....lAFt. Allen st Florida A4M. players by constantly com lucky but it is more critical today
of are affected thusly -
us
.. "alley... 7-)1. Brown .... 8 .Hampton at TiuLegee manding the Oregon spotlight. ,Many so for'those of you who are ) because of the increased amount
...2t-Howard .:....20 Boiler of additives which
Hampton College at Jarvis Christian Though he stands a mere 5 able to take Winter vacation, our gasoline
Lane ......14-Fbk ......... 0 feet, 3Vz inches and weighs I'm including some suggestionson I contain. Such fuels are almost
Lincoln ....2G--Ky. Stat .... 8 J. C..Smith at st. Augustine 142 pounds Jones runs, southern hot spots. And if poison to outboard motors.
Udnptone G--Albany....... 0 Knoxville at Lane passes, catches passes, kicks- you can't sneak away from the Mercury has had the courageto
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Me!. St. ....13-D laware ..... 8 Livingstone at St. Paul's off and boots conversions in job or home this Winter per- specifically recommend white
lIKes '.....IS-Tuskegee .... 8 Shaw at Lincoln (Pm.)- addition to occupying a keWATCHTHIS haps youll be interested anyway gas, and I have a hunch that
Morehouse .26-Knox\11Je .... 0 Morehead State at Eastern Kentucky the other manufacturers
Morgan ....26-\. UnIon ....28 State CLOWN The political situation in follow suit In the meantime
S. C. State..16-111ss. "oe. ... 7 Moms BorwnTat Albany State Cuba rules this spot out now. you'll be doing yourself a big
St. Paul ...U-Uncoln ...... 0 Virginia State at North Carolina i And. this is a real shame. 'Castro favor by literally demanding o n
utbemTenn.. All' ... 8 ALT 22-13-61 controls the best bass fish- ., white unleaded gasoline for : '
Wnst'nS'Im -St... Au& ...... 0 Paul Buinn at ATcorn AJtM: 3-416-9 ing In the world. your outboard. .:.,..,"
Lincoln )(",. 2O-Ky. State .... 8 South,Carolina State at Morris. Florida is' undoubtedly the // you hive any questions concerning I. e : : '
next best bet for largemouth, i- fishing techniques equip.-' '' :
PnirleY..37-Tex. CoUtp.. 6Langton 'JIron. /J,
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...27-S'\nstern .....14Grambling Alley at Southern University 2 and in the state. I would suggest ment, or where-to-go, write Buck L' : IIi ::. : holiday seas n..,!;." .:::
.51-Tex. Southern 0 Uncoln (Maat" Tennessee : 3 the central }lakes region Ro n. in care of this paper.u -.' ,, with the" .', "" <:* ?: '
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FA,. "'atus 19-8. C. A.tT".... 0 ALITexas f >;!.
Ark..A31&S SS-PhU Smtth"... I Southern at JacksonfiethuneCookmmn 4' 1 ; ': ***** vj' .' ; : "
Jack.con ....37-Whey ........%O at _Xavier .. 47-23-96 XXXHSADVERTISE. ,. i, :?; ."Is.;; ginthat's .". ; ( .r
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Embezzlement a Royal Crown Good naws forosthmcifks Fcr Breakfast Dinner After the Movie Snacks

Bortlirtg Company i F Fried Chicken Bacon Sausage

THANK YOU as Mrs. Willie' Houscr, 123S.. S.a-Morn' Bird.._ l_quickly for-t kroaefiUl dUeovwy dMAluLCOiicklM.KMVtaC Mlhma BOW.Mff.u.. n tt. = Oyiters FISH Eggs Hot Cakes
Vest of Northeast At-. MiiM....te H
ft latent drao or Aral. i& = Shrimp ,Ham Coffee
n 9.411U a..s.jrM Milkr.aeh
took money from these o ......&a*dw.cw 01'oom-
Thank you from the ]oans. ,. yow.oud tfrwsick fans without lor tt.'pfwcripttao.-JMk Fried Potatoes Steak

bottom of my heart for 3. The indictment tar a I SPEOAllZING IN TASTY FOODSMADELINE'S

your re-electing me to further stated that.

Congress. -I pledge you the three teachers SHOPAirconditioned
secured loans for .;
continue to-do my per- "
sons who did not belong Pearl' House Elgin 4-9962
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very best to Justify o the credit Seafood 1929 KINGS ROAD
confidence. :BEe raa' sl1 SHORT DRDCRS SOFT DRINKS
your union and took por- ... ICE. CREAM PLATE LUNCHES- BREAKFAST; ._ -_ ........
tions of said loans. -- SERVED AT ANY TIME

Gratefully' The 'three teachers MO'SE AND MATTIE MAE.SMITH Qrt.*To.. ATTENTION "-

were specificallycharged *"

with conspiring nd"S A1TS StJHDAX HESDEWTS OF

to viol ate federalaws Stra- 7 BIG DAYS MAGNOLIA GARDENS FLORADALE EffiAULT MANOR.OETELAND .

CHARLES E. BENNETT ] relative t o lIQI06ETNER ANTHONY ..1 HEIGHTS AND ADJACENT AREAS
AI.fREI) HITCHCOCK'S
credit unio ,embezz lEI 111 INS
Mtmbtr of Congress ing, and making false OBI SCIHII EXaJOOIIII I ( [! You Do Not Hart To Go To Town To Buy Your Drug Store

I .entries in'credit _MI S Needs Yau HOT A Complete Drug StoreIn Your
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union books. Own Neighborhood I
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Yorke Poe, a Southwest AEISofia I151d..IIt... ::::::: :: .
Atlanta resident and AlfIDHlIDm JOSFH SllfANO M a .tlrDdt AI'WIlJIIIUA.1' ( :::" JMET
[IGH 2735 WEST EDGEWOOD AVENUE
instructor at Atlanta's Plus "ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET CAPTAIN KID"
33RD AND SPIRES; STREETS English Avenue School.Atty.Sparks ROOSEVELT SUNDAY '- ,(J.oeated.H.xt To Holmes and West Funeral Horn)

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said that THRU TUESDAY Nyn OwudMd 0,.,.,.., "
HOUSES Under ConstructionE Poe and Mrs. West were 3 BIG FEATURES 5-1582

members of the credit AND P 0
;: SMALL, DOSa1osrren ,PA :: union's e ducationalcommittee. "DATE 0-. Dakota "HIGHSCHOCV 5-9267


On Duty According. to the indictment 1st BAIT"'Run' Hit I. Incident I CAESAR"- -: OFFERING,YOU

TIL 6 P. M. -
12 NOON there were p I ,J. TRUCOLOR 4k_ First RunSkyview' FREE PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE
three methods in which
SATURDAYS And ,SUNDAYS the $25.000 shortage SUD.--Tues. Prescriptions And Other Star Items
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was btu lt up: 1. one .
OUR SLOGAN: "We FlU Any Doctors
MORRIS CONSTR. CO. method was use o f Pr.scifptkmuiit

ficticous names in loan "TIME MACHINE" And "OKLAHOMA( TERRIROTP'Classified

4791 ORTEGA B1VD. x PO 8-4291 applications. Approval

was based upon Mrs.,

Walker's okaythe indictment PREMIER

said. 2. Persuading LOST
WORRY CLINIC
;"of credit union A female Brown;medium

members to allow their size DOG on" 'Hecksher MEAT MARKETS
Sea W ate
Drink / names 't'o be used in Drive.If foundTplease

securing loans.Indict- notify MR. CLYDS at I'out //ome0erf J/eflf MarkviWherciHiSve JlQTJlSide*of Ihetifal

Crane Recommends ment said the defendants Marietta, EV -99717or

TONY GORDON a t'

1111 By GEORGE W.,CRANE, Ph.D., M.D. EL 5-9291 REWBUV llfiEElmm ;
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CASE E,= '91: Lois &L, aged 37. is a _physician's' ROOM FOR. RENT v TURNER SOAD lOOIOF BEAVER SI. VIADUCT (I* Farmr's Market..)
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Wife. _
"Dr.'Crjxne she began. "we are very much Inter: The cafeteria of New Couple or Single.Woman ,
ested in your recent: article'about sea brine. ?
5Tou said that Mrs. Crane's father seems tq be Stanton High School;, Hot & Cold Water
definitely rejuvenated and his arthritic hip has clearedup 1139: W. *3th Street, Use of Kitchen l

remarkably. was% broken into andentered Near,' Bus. tine' -.r, ... \\\\
"Well, my father Is almost helpless last Wednes- EV 7-2988
With arthritis. So where can we obtain day police reported. : Wholi'. Ifprsu
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this sea brine?" .. t' ,
ANYBODY LIVING along the seacoasts HELP WANTED d
can scoop up ocean water by the :
bucketfull.Just \.. .' ,.', SHELL HOME SALESMAN-
boil it 10 minutes for sterilizing; Former'Insurance M*Ji-: Route

then you can add a little to your milk I Salesmen -,any 'energetic man
tomato who wants to maker money.
juice or oatmeal as seasoning
Or drink it diluteg with a glass of tap it.t Why, not step up ..to= a, reaL _
Join.
money-making position

water.The sea brine wd use has been.boiled DR.CRANE Sales Force of South's' fastest .
down till it is 10 times ocean strength. growing business. Train for ciRcus WIENERSZ.3LIS.: $100

But you dpnt need to do that. Instead, just,use 10 Fos terra IluLrll managerial position while sell-
teaspoons of the whole sea water per.day. '-. -...-.,.-.'" ing. We need salesmen and < ,
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v -9.-_ lead men in this'area.- Con-
W-p,--' FRESH .
The oceans contain 44 chemicals that are soluble in .-, ..-... tact: Arthur O. Silvers '2155 -
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water the in -. W. Beaver St. Jacksonville
plus gases the air that dissolve in any -
Y I-MI. .--- 'F1 rida. ELgin 3-8289. South- Ground'BErrF Limit ,
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fluid.But
many of those 44 chemicals are reduced seriously ern States Homes Finest Shell 3
6Lb. yes 00
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Homes anywhere -
or totally missing from our farm'land, so our c $1
meat and potatoes, vegetables, and 'fruits are often '
Florida Sa Brio L oroterie.,lac
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sadly lacking in vital chemicals ....----
By taking a little sea water per day, we,can thus -"----. .HELP w tj'-'' :.: Ft

offer our bodily glands a "chemical smorgasbord." NEW YORK_ ._ SAUSAGE : 3LIS.
9'1aurative1Yr therefore, the pancreas and liver and ..\.-- '." -' ....;.-\ MAIDS COOKS- *, .MEAT $100
spleen and bone marrow and thyroid and adrenals and HOUSEWORSF.RSExcellent
other organs can march around this chemical smorgasbord TAKE SEA BRINE positions available at' -
helping themselves to whatever they require to once for good and steady female
'produce their manufactured'secretions that our domestic workers who want permanent -,
guard FOR BETTER HEALTHSea sleep-in jobs with the-
health. best private, families good "
$100iL
;t-
treatment all'meals nice lDIllt J LimU LIS.BACO .
OUR BLOOD is essentially'water,.EO'lt can utilize Brine supplies the body room and TV '. .'all privileges. 3
all the water soluble ,
with Lb'
Salary to$50.00 weekly and a -
ONLY those chemicals that will.dissolve in,water. up N
: chemicals on earth. Many of higher ..transportation to New
But all w tdlo1uble'c1iem1cali ton this planet these chemicals have been York advanced. If you are look-
earth are already. dissolved,in ocean water! p:'Cvcn to be essential to good ing for a good sleep-in job, write
Many medical troubles are called "deficiency ailments health. Often the body is lack immediately to:
Ing in these' chemicals, and DOMESTICP.
," such as cancer, diabetes hair and baldness
gray even, a small amount of Sea -
probably multiple sclerosis, myasthenia gravisParkinson'z Brine taken regularly may restore O. Box- VaUosta.' Ga.
All Letters Will Be Answered
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disease,leukemia etc better health'. and vitalityto White Bacon 5 Lb. $1
Sometimes only a trace'of a chemical is all that is you. : .
Sea Brine is 10o pure concentrated ; Whole stile
needed to spell the difference between health vs. sickness (10 times Atlantic TftfeNear
or even death. sea water. Only one teaspoonper
Thus a.tiny amount of iodine added to table salt day In fruit vegetable wAnd Cat
in 1924, has almost entirely banished goiter. Juice or to fcod restore is vital all that chemicals isneeded Where You Ifo / BABY BEEF You Wrap Lb. 39cFRESH

Fluorine in drinking water cub ciownden_ decay cfteu lacking In the average Save
about 65%.. daily diet. Thousands, of "' .
A trace of cobalt saved the sheep in Australia a few letters praising Sea Brine have For Best Cut
Foods
Ago when they Were the.females been written. }.hny'doctors : C
;years sickly and became recommend -Sea. Brine for, PIGSWe Wrap 37

sterile. their patients., yisrr.DRYHDE.' ., Save
God Almighty apparently created. our intricate Ycu must be satisfied with
bodyI1th.many little ma ufa.Qtur1nr"plants. glands), Sea'Brine; or your money win : :

but no factory can turn out its proper finished product inc"refunded the unused simply portion.by.return-Sea ASH MAfiKET *"" ,
STEAKS
if it tacks WHOLESALE *
essential ilajl
raw mater Brine users are found In every ,
.:,:
I I Grandpa Miller will be tt in November. He was state in the nation and oven ASH SHRIMPOYSTERS ,

dying 15 months ago after befog bedfast disoriented seas. Retauront5tylp-ld..t for,homo
and unable to Buy Sea Brine'at your neigh- n'
feed
himself for
months.
borhood ,drugeist or health fr.'i'
Now he hobbles, around, comet to the table and .food'store fcr only $1.69 for a Fresh Daily"live New York BonelessSHIP
can cross his arthritic right leg over his,left to take off 64-day-day supply; bottle Or Oysters STEAK Sfr 7 $595
5 :
his shoe and sock! cider directly Lakeland frc.u'our lab- 701 West ;1 i
oratories in for just AShley
He hadn't been able to do that for 15 ;years! YetI J2.00 per bottle postal in Boneless
the only:change inhis, input has been,a'little ocean eluded.FLkSEABRI'. Corner Jefferson. : $550
water(one'spoon oj concentrated) and he doesn't yet DELMONIGO STEAK 5 W \

know he is getting it, so his improvement is not due to MATT,DEI,1IOSwvk b.-
suggestion or psychosomatic medicine. Boaetat Strip \ $

Have your friends along,the sea ship you inlandersa ,4,95TIONE
littleocean waterL It can give your glands a chemi LADATORIEs'WANTED -SlfIIIM f K. C. STEAK 5 f; ,
_A _
smorgasbord! ..

(Correspondence. .In connection with Dr..Craae IMMEDIATELY( autiu TO,JQftJt STEAKS 5 i;o '415

column should"be.a reIIed to Dr. George W. Crane COLORED SALEMEN o '
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The Hopkins Syndicate, Ine, Sya&feafe SERYrCESXP -Nod.lir.ie.s or1 phono calls at these low pricts"fiF
BalMtej,
fit, Indiana. Enclose leaf, addresaed, tamped MEN OR WOMEN, I RT AHDCANTS YW NHT .KMV MEATS KMW r YMM MEATMM"Saturday

envelop and 20 cent when orderisf a booklet Noa- P. O. Bii 1733 .

proflU I Lakeland l'Ldda TMpST.ATPUAVC

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