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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 14, 1957
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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Bv Staff Correspondent' .,1 NEGRO VOTERS : ST. LOUIS, }Mo. The Bishops i Council of the AME

: r M Two Jacksonville women are 1 being held for homicide investiga.d t t Church which last week voted against calling special j' /
Uon In connection with the allege killing: of their mates! over the ATLANTA The \Georgia Election t session of :the General Conference also ruled that the 1

.last* week-end. chest. Laws Study Committee General Conference' was the only competent body to .
Maude Dell Solomon, 25, of 1168 I decide the" status; of Bishop D. Ward Nichols. His salary' \ "t'.r
The body was taken to the which has been working on a planto : .
[ West Beavet Street was arrested and 'have: been ordered stopped as of Dec. 5..
County Morgue where it was pro tut down the Negro voting
-'following! the pistol .death of By Special Correspondent ----r---- Y'
; nounced dead by Dr. Andy Hbbert. : ,. ..
,Wfllte'Ray' Pierson 31 of 2115 t strength Thursday, ,/submitted to f The effect of* the momentous
I It was viewed by Dr. Carl .
Lewis Street. Gov. Martin Griffin its proposalsto decision is' that' the suspension of I DATE, IS SET
Duval Medical Examiner
Wells County -
The young woman ,described and Judge Dorcas Drake. revise. voting law t;Bishop Nichols ,which was 'ordered I Ii

x the victim as her "boyfriend" and f I f Mrs. Davis was taken to Duval Among 'the proposals Is one i by the Trfal{ Committee ''following
I aid they ,had' lived together at t !the..trialt inJacksonville has. been I FOR TRIALOF. ..
Medical Center for treatment and : \ vY A
which calls tor-8; test vof-persons+ ,1 "
the Lewis Street address until [upheld. .. -, -'.-.... ., ._,
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held for f. --'flJf
investigation. seeking to register to vote. t -
about a month ago when she. [ Tht .against Bishop Ni.: Q'ENc iTim Vivacious curvacious and
i i Patrolmen A. R. James O.f Members I ruling pretty, scholarly
of the committee'
moved, to her persent address .| chols made recent I I LEON DOCTOR of Jacksonville of Decem
r fre Bowman and Sgts. W. C. Barber.j I headed liy Secretary of State Ben | was despite: a Charlotte Carter Jet Magazine cover girl
. because Pierson beat her I and F. A. Gruber of the HamicideDivision ;'W. Fortson Jr. conferred private..:[I majority opinion of the Church's ber 19, will reign over festivities of the 25th anniversary of the
; quently. I Judicial Council which met in Orange Blossom Classic which will be held in Miami December 14.
Giving an. account of the shooting \ investigated. !jly with Griffin after meeting in 11 Cleveland. 0,,'reversing the earlier TALLAHASSEE. A. O. The lovely Jacksonville coed. is "Miss FaimV of Florida A & 1Unh'endty \[
I !the morning to make several l
Maude Solomon told police .. conviction of 'Nichols. In addition I Campbell will be tried in circuit for the current school year. A biology major, Queen Carter .
that Pierson came to her house COURT REFUSES If changes in' a proposed legislativeact 'r to the majority report. how.',court here Jan. 8 on charges of is active in school affairs and is a member of the Beta Alpha

I last Saturday night Dee: 7, and. an ,illiterate including would a list have of questions to ., t ever, of tht Judicial Council hold...conspiring to commit an abortion Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta :Sorority, During her Miami visit he

when she came back to her bedroom I order to passin ing for Nichols, there was issued l on a local white high school' student will reign over ,the classic parade which will be witnessed by aa
after leaving her kitchen register. ;a minority report/holding against! estimated 100,000 parade viewers, countless other thousands of teleVision -
vpour-TO TELL UNION A portion'' of the committee'lengthy s I performing an illegal
Pierson was In her bedroom !I study includes a. proposed. I the controversial ,clergyman.t t,operation 11 days after he was' fans, and by the more than 50,000 persons who are expected
ing water on her floor. She got In handing down last week's' to the football between the Rattlers and Maryland State
constitutional amendment which I released on bond in the first case see game
,. a mop and wiped up the water!ADMIT I II would block from ruling Bishop R. R. Wright, Jr.,I, The 68-year-old Negro doctorpleaded Hawks (Kappaport ,Studio photo)
,and asked him to leave. NEGROES persons registering 'president of the Bishops Council !
not before Circuit
!V ;Pierson started to leave after I i because of "moral turpi- said? "That the Bishops Council ;i Judge Ben C. Willis Monday tc AGED GETS TRAPPED
__ i he had taken some meat out of I has no jurisdiction, 'over the Judicial .'
WASHINGTON, The Supreme the Nov. 15 charge of conspiringto
.. turned to| I II The restrictions' include adultery i
i the ice box and then '
Council which must make its
t commit abortion and to s
in her face. She said she Court last Friday let.st nd unchanged abandonment fornication,
: spit I f report to the General Conference;,grand jury indictment returnee:
failure -to register for military' IN BURNING HOUSE AND DIES
took her pistol from her dress a decision that the Brotherhood which alone :
can pass upon it.
i last week charging he performedan iAn v.
service and :
manufacture transport
pocket and fired one time in the i 'of Locomotive Firemen ,.
'The Judicial Council having II ] abortion Nov. 26 on a loca:1:L
floor tox try to scare, him, but I and Enginemen may not be com." possession or sale of moon
made no decision in the case of i i Negro woman. death .in
o shine. Eastside resident was burned to one
,. instead of leaving he reachedfor pelled to admit Negro firemen to I 1
a bottle on the ice box and '!membership. I The new proposals would not 'Bishop Nichols in his appeal ofj i He pleaded not guilty last wee k of 'the fires that caused property damage estimated at.

r when he did she fired a second I The decision was given by U. apply to persons already: regis. the case of (Rev.) M. M. Lindsey 1 to a 1$ov. 15 count of practicing $25,000 in a three hour period last Thursday.
e tered. I medicine without a license. Tria I]l The victim was ,Mrs. Julia -------.-
time and Pierson fell. .S. District Judge Paul Jones in against him, two reports a majority .' .I
I had been set for Dec. 13 bu1 i 79 of 1139 Bridier
Several members of the com 't Robinson ,
';; The body was taken to thy e II Cleveland UtI was appealed directly '
and ,I mittee criticized the press for"distorting" and a minority report having Judge Willis reset the date. Street died of burns suffered NEGRO GROUP
Duval County Morgue pro- to the Supreme Court by I '
aY I emanated from the Judicial Coun- Campbell was arrested originally ..
,, .' the committee'swork. when a fire apparently
F nopnced dead by Dr. J. R. Ken. I Lee Olphant and other Negro firemen I
i 'nedy.. Dr. Carl Wells, Duval, employed on various Southern They said news stories and I ell leaves the matter of the appeal on the conspiracy charge 5 broke out in the front room of WANTS
I. editorials / through a county court warrant her home from 'stove EQUALT
County Examiner viewed thebody. i railroads. stated the committeewas by Bishop Nichols in status .1 a trapped
attempted to block The case was certified to circuit t>her In the house which quickly
: .
Judge George Harris viewed i I The Negroes sought an order ante: '
registration and voting in Geor- quo court. i became a burning inferno. BUS SEATING !
yt, the body at the scene of the i by Judge Jones compelling their ;
,,? shooting. admission to the brotherhood 'on gia.Atty. "That is to say that the position I Last Thursday, the First Dis.1 J The fire destroyed that fiveI .

,- Patrolmen W. C. Martin and C.. the grounds that continued ex Gen. Eugene Cook said: of Bishop Nichols is now the trict Court of Appeals uphelc I room dwelling and one adjoining I ST. PETERSBURG The city

"' E. Peoples and Sgts. J. S. Durham .. elusion denied them rights under "I owe it to this committee and same as when he made his appealand Campbell's 1956 convictions anc 1'at! 1135 Bridier occupied by Dora council will hold a special meeting -

\ ,r. t- W. C. Barber and F. A.. the railway labor act. The union's!my conscience and as attorney that the only authority to finally sentences for manslaughter anc I1'Mae Jennings. Losses were estimated -,( to consider the request ofI
general to say there is nothingin two counts of abortion. He re-;; at $5,500 for each of the
: :: Gruber of the Homicide Division I constitution forbids admission of settle the case is a General I a St. Petersburg Negro group
.< ; 'investigated Negroes to membership. these laws, and that it is not ceived three sentences of f our dwellings. ,that segregation be ended on city

$'.-...": ..> .' Judge Jones said it was obvi the purpose of this committee, to I Conference whether in 1960 or one years each, to run concurrently. The blaze spread to 1131 and buses.-

:* ous that Congress did not intendto formulate recommendations that t called before hand/' Bishop His attorneys have until Dec. 2 0( 1143 Bridier causing a total dam-j A Negro delegation asked this
ill-iI: ,. _'<' :. JAX WOMAN ADMITS require admission of Negroesto would bar Negroes from voting..' Wright concluded. to file a'motion for rehearing be. ,age to those two houses of $555. ,week that* the city adopt a policyof

is""- k..::'K::. i';': BUTCHER KNIFE -SlAYING brotherhood membership and fore the appellate court. I Mrs. Robinson was lame and first come, first served in seating .
: ..-- Meanwhile, Campbell is free on suffered from rheumatism her '
','; The second case of mate-murder "there can be no real assurance I I bus passengers and that Negroes
rYv + + involves the butcher knife slaying 'that membership would prevent WfflTEMANWHO'RAPEDGfflL''GWEN a 15,000 appeal bond in that case son, Gerome Robinson, said He be allowed to take!city civil

I discrimination." He said the remedy and 6,500 bail on the three cur. said he was in the kitchen pre. serv examinations. for bus driv
of a,local womans husband whose rent charges. paring breakfast, smelled smoke<
for the Negroes was not to
A body was found on the floor with I be found in the courts, but involuntary SUSPENDED SENTENCE and ran toward the front of the| The council did not take any

;r'.Lt'. a claw hammer lying nearby. I I action by the union orb house when his mother was but action. It said it would meet lateron

1 ? Mrs Lannie Davis. 42, of 916 congressional action. STATE BRIEFS was driven back by 'the flames. the request but did not set any

,. <::" 1/2 Broad Street Lane was arrested ,I "To compel by Judicial mandate JACKSON MISS. The five-Tear suspended b prison .sen- ; definite date for the special. meet-

z. '. in the death of her husband I membership in voluntary organizations teace, given a white man found gusty of.raping.a, teenage Negro CHILDREN DIE FAMU COMMENDEDThe I ng

'" .; whom she admitted stabbing where Congress has know. baby ,sitter demonstrates What tee degree of law that Is board commended Florida, "The real issue 1s recognition
: : with a. butcher knife. ngiy| and expressly permitted the applied, when' ',Negro man Is armed,and convicted ,of'raping ,.of human rights" Fannye Ayer

i'. In relating the story to police bargaining agent to prescribe its a wblfo womaa does not, apply when a white mss Is'accased FORT PIERCE An. overheated A. and M University for beingon I Ponder told the council. "We want

; ....she said she came home about own .kualifications for member. 'and convicted of the. same crime,.agalnrt. a..Negro ,woman," kerosene heater 'was the first group of 18 Negro,' to live and work with our fellowmen

; ,;," 3 aja., last Monday, Dec 9 and ship would be usurping the legislative -, Hedgar W. Eers, ,NAACP field .secretary, for tha_ State of institution to be admitted into i in human dignity.'
..;. found her husband Jack Davis, 47a function" Judge Jones Mississippi, charges. : blamed for the fiery 'deaths today full membership in the Southern il R She. said recently a. Negro woman -

: ... sitting on"'thtside of the bed The of 'two Negro children. was 'pushed to the floor and
'. added. convicted man, Bernard Gaatier, was, found gnftty ,OD1'OT. Assn. of Colleges and ,Secondary:
with a hammer between his legs. The ,Supreme ,Court refused toact 98 by a Jackson County 'Oreult jury .which1 deMented Fire Chief R. M Register said Schools Dr. J. Broward Culpvper,::1,|hurt seriously when she tried top
tik "-" She said he told her he was on ,the Oliphant appeal thus less tbaa two ..... A. 24-year-old attorney of Faseagoola, fire broke out in the frame home executive director, 4>f the ,r ,,take 'a seat" beside a white man

,:- -through b with her and wanted her letting ,.Jones' decision stand untagged G riler .was placed ,on probation .of .fire' yean la adfittea to said the move law "one of (be most t;.on a.city bus;More such incidents
.. .L to leave. In the meantime he hk fire-year snspended saxteace.. Be dM sot take the stand of, Harry Gordon while, the significant :things 'la' the-::way oi; might touch oft violence, she' said

'd, '_'" Jecehead with the hammer tellingIMC I its action, thus leaving open the The atea was fomniittnd! oa Apr '!'I and was hashed up this morning1. A. X. better police protection, employment

ha was going to kill ,her. I possibility that it may take the for ,leader' 'titan a moat Mr. Even, made an<-fesrestigaiioaaad Alice, Gordon 2 1/2 years old, C of more Negro policemen

=' Mrs Davia said after she was. case later If it is pressed to a learned)) that the 17-yw-old bJgfe school state* had been and Diane Gordon 4'months, died Contribute Generously and Improvement of Campbell

hit with the hammer she went decision in the U. a Circuit attacked by Gaatter after she had left, ifs has*' wbm'sae as the house was ,destroyed. Two "'>., <. *. ,tj B ,; Park for Negroes. Speakers said

: t. tie dtning room and got her Court. In cmM"-"U aad then ap. hd:beast baby iiUHhy. He drere her Hrto a wooded area where other Gordon. children, Larry 5, VTo The ... Negroes 'wou1d-be' willing to contribute -

r' __ .yst bcr bite and retumed to the pealed agate 'to fee "highest. tritobunal. .. be..;....... ,I "" .. w L -. k--- .-- .. and James, 4, -escaped through to a park improvement
/Mvrocca ant sUbbed Jack fat t a back door. URBAN I AGUE program.

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Published by The Florida Star PabHsJdBg c.. VETERANS ADMINISTRATION .', 5 :: #\
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It'I"r;;... .. V burg, Pennsylvania, and Redford, Massachusetts b>e1ieve1'", ;;:.:

"'. ; Malllng Address: that chemical test tubes are most important hrtihetfdlsi? -t1.t

::.' #',/&,.*,- P. O.' Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida eovery, diagnosis, and treatment of mental illness. / :I:

Eric" O. Simpson ...... ..................... .........:....Editor > ,. ... :,>"
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v. ,'O*'P3z.ham Johnson. ..... ....... .. ................NewsStaffP -- This week they released find be so plentiful in the years to'>:,::;
n': of research studies that show
:: ;',..F:Altamae Richardson .........................Circulation' D.pt. : ings come. Outlook number two :
,! that mental illness is definitely
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veterans interested in technical :j;;:
'i;. .. related to the chemistry of the
'.;."'11 I';. .q*" jobs face a bright future becauseof ... :i
Member of Associated Negro Press body. The Pittsburgh researcher. those same computors and all A": .
Doctor Amadeo S. Marrazzi has '
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the other scientific machinery ;
with evidence that
come through
... v ,One Year that's transforming our way of 4..
$5.00; Half Tear, $3.00; Three !Months $1.80. there are a couple of chemicals
Qy Y life. The more complicated the )
\machinery, the more persons will ;::
.' Subscriptions Payable in Advance. Send Checks or Money Orders To: do with your mental condition. If be needed to build it and keep it
there is too much of of these i
.. chemicals, the messages that nor
I Here are the rules for getting
mally travel along nerve circuitsto
ry r the brain get blocked off. I, into a VA: hospital. Top priority ;:

.WEAPONS IN THE WAR OF IDEAS do In not other reach words the, brain.the messages But if I I goes to veterans for service-connected.who need hospitalization ... .'

conditions. Second to
there is too much of the other priority goes
veterans who have a service-con
chimical, then the very opposite
BY GERTRUDE REESE HICKS nected disability but who need
happens: all those messages speed
:: .'Past* President, California State Association of Colored Women n along the nerve circuits to the hospitalization for something else.

: Affiliated with the National Assoc 01_,Colored Women i brain at the same time, like haVe with Third NO priority service-connected, goes to veterans condl.tions

The events of this winter-scientific and social all ing a thousand thoughts pass '
political r I at all. They can be admitted
EY through the mind all at once. In -
point to one conclusion: mankind must find the way to live together a normal person both channelsare I only if the cannot afford private

ir be destroyed. in balance. i care, and if a bed is available for.
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their use.
Space travel, round-the-earth rockets and satellites even inter. ;; At the VA hospital in Bedford,
This Vicious n-Rn.ed
On U.S. World] Leadership, Must I
planetary trips, are the realities of science in the period now here. Massachusetts Doctor Anlela S. BUY CHRISTMAS SEALS \

But nation Is Pig out its substance on missiles and other in. Zygmuntowie: (Zig-mun-tow-itz), HELP AGHT T8 !

itruments of destruction at such a rate. that the very future of the -- and Doctor Charles C. Colburn, 195'

auman race is in doub. Your WeeklyHoroscope have made a special study of

schizophrenf-'s mental patients
As Dr. Frank Buchman, initiator of Moral Re-Armament, says:
wits What
"split personalities" RfSi
Man must either solve his problems or be destroyed by them." GuideWHICH they found was an abnormal cycleof

Man, the maker of electronic marvels, now is in desperate need of hormone production in their
an electronic intervention to save himself and his creations. ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR bodies. In a normal person this 19 1

hormone builds fast wheneverhe
up ,
Such an intervention is taking place on a_ global! scale through I BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL undergoes a stress or strain.

-- -:-WeOIogical thrust of Moral Re-Annament. and films --
Plays are By PABLO, The ,ASTROLOGER When the strain passes, then the

being used to reach people of every race, class and creed as partof hormone production drops off

.a worldwide renaissance. also. But in schizophrenics the

doctors found this hormone is Club Reporters
VIRGO of wishful thinking and misplaced
all-African film "Freedom" is currently being shown on a
Born March 21st thru April 19th Born Aug. 24th thru Sept. 23rd confidence on the 11th. The consequences produced helterskelter without SocialitesSend

commercial basis in England, Norway, Finland, Denmark Holland Communications, mail deliveriesand It may be difficult for .you to of following blindly in .any regard for stresses and or Bring Your News

Switzerland, Nigeria and the.new African country Ghana. ..Arrange transportation are all likelyto figure out just what ails or the footsteps of illusions can only !I strains. Next step in the doctors' In To The ,

menta have been made for similar distribution in India and Japan. feel the pressure delays and bothers your mate or other indispensable .result in frustrations at best, now 'research is to find out just what

breakdowns could become chronic. ally They, themselvesmay and later. 'I abnormal functions of the body FLORIDASTARNote
"Freedom" has been shown at film festivals this year in Rome,
It would be farsighted to anticipate not exactly know and you I s50224921MLOAPRICORN create this unusual production of
Berlin, and won First Award at Lille. France. hormones. The more know : The earlier the better.
these things and to leave should try to help them rather you

Conceived written and produced by Africans, superbly photo- nothing to chance when you feel than blame them for their errorsor about body chemistry the better Notices brought In Monday and -

that interests could suffer. equipped you are, to fight mental Tuesday will get better position ,
graphed ia color in Nigeria. "Freedom' hits with tremendous impact your confusion. The 11th discloses Born Dec. 22nd thru Jan 19th and better headlines. t g.:
The cooperation of .those who are that you will have. to probe illness the VA doctors pointed
because it ia based on fact. It is the true story of a continent very While there are indications that
linked to would be ,
intimately within
you deep yourself to find explanations business income should hold up out.VA
beginning to stir and awaken to the durm beat of a superior invaluable In keeping up-to-date. and the, qualities that .to expectations you will have to vocational counselors have ': "

Ideology drum beat whose tempo increases rapidly as life..after 19O -87-98-180. will help you to sustain hope. and be more watchful than ever to just received a new Job Outlook 2-OFFICES-2 -

;life is committed to live and give that ideology to the world. confidence in the future. detect the inflationary trends that Report, to be used in counseling
Main Office & Plant
7-40- 66-58 .63_,768. raise overheads and the cost of veterans: A peek over their shoulders .
Last Spring there were several special showings of "Freedom" TAURUS 2323
living. It would be too risky to discloses these highlights: MONCRIEF RD

JB Los Angeles with audiences of standing-room only After the Born April 20th thru May 20th ,. :expand, lend, borrow or increase One-veterans" interested in clerical Near 13th Street

World Premiere in the Egyptian Theater of Hollywood, Jack Moffitt This may be a rather confusingweek LIBRA inventories at this time according jobs find cloudy days ahead .*

wrote in the Los Angeles. Herald Express: ''Freedom'' left me with misunderstandings and Born Sept. 24th thru Oct. 23rd to.the. 11th. Also keep a line The reason: giant electronic computers .

unaccountable problems arising to There are some rather powerful on social ,expenditures and on the to do the work of clerks.So Downtown Office
feeling that the 'Dark Continent' is no longer dark but is sheddinga baffle As far as competitors I ...
you. your
influences operating on, your emotions state of your investment portfolioto routine clerical. Jobs'will NOT 423 Broad'Street ::1'
light upon the world that may, if we act on it, save, all that we are concerned watch and this could. cause you .togo make sure that you are as
value in civilization. them like a, hawk to forestall any
blindly trickery that would thwart
Another your or to commit funds in 9- 0-77- -75-967.
triumph at
present playing in Southern ultimate ends. This means letting

titles of the United States. "The Next Phase"* is a stage play the year come to ''its inevitable a faster way that could dissipate them LETTERS To The EDITOR i
than you can, acquire" them. AQUARIUSBora
written by six Members of Parliament from Ghana and, after sh w. close without making any change' The 11th warns you against these Jan. 20th thru F.b. 18th

sags in Washington Atlanta and Tuskegee Institute in Alabama, it in your long-term plans and financial possibilities and you should not There are 'signs that you may 1-

ran for seven weeks o Broadway this summer. This ,a richly cus. status. permit even the best of friendsto become quite baffled by your inability This is the tenth In a series of letters written to the
| -SO-77- -75-687.,
turned play dazzlig with originality and highlighted, with a cast induce you to take these risks. to pin down your true FLORIDA STAB by a White Citizen, expressing his views and s

fit 54 people from 14 African countries, and a bold and intriguing Also avoid trying to "keep up purpose in life. Instead of takinga possible solution to the segregation problem In Jacksonville.

dda ma. GEMINI with the Joneses" way of life. personal view of the question, THE FLORIDA STARP. _

5-80--11-87- 12-547. get the who is destined to
Born person
I lay 21st thru June 21st .
was made especially happy to learn of the fine to O. Box 581 of
response their
and what little
share the future with to he'lpyou property 1
this play In Louisville when If you ask too many people for you Jacksonville, Florida
Kentucky Mayor Broaddus and other
:1 money they saved. Today I
advice in connection with long to arrive at a formula that
KOtables attended. .After the play' white and Negro South Africans will be mutually profitable. The know of two white men in that
Joined together on the stage to evidence range projects, and formulas for SCORPIO Dear Mr. Simpson:
give of the power of absolute 11th that be community who are very rich
suggests you may
healthful living, will find '
purity, absolute unselfishness and absolute love, the four pillarsn you Born Oct. 24th thru"Nov. 22nd much too vague about the finan My grandfather was one of the and they owe it all to what theyswindled
yourself so confused conflicting
which Moral Re-Armament rests. Accept the llmIting'fachrs in vial and to resortto I have out of the Negroes and
views as not ,to know whether learn angles tempted greatest men ever Known.
your life and to live with
A South African wishful thinking about how to I You won't find his name in the poor whites who worked for
sportsman. Mr. George Deneel, received much :you are going or coming. And, if them as you will 'thus find but
applause when he stated 41 get and amass it. history books he was just a them yet they are highly
: apologize to every colored person present :you are to work out anything greater peace of mind'and hap
I in
respected the
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the and under such will
of conditions
arrogance superiority the way I have lived in you piness. The 16th, urges you to i
the past. :find that it will all have been a take a new look at itineraryfor principles he believed in and lived My grandfather was tall, .slender .
waste of time and not to by he was "great" in my book. and very strong. He stood
I myself am a living example of'the power of Moral Re-Anna- the holidays as there may be for right and
:mention vital energy. Born Feb. 19th thru March 20th He carried a rural mall route justice and he
vents truth. At Mackinac Island this past summer I participated 4M3S(83138:5.CANCER : some snags in it. In any event, The surest way to get things for nearly thirty years and when would not tolerate any crooked
win have to to make
>fa the. World Assembly of Naions, which scores of nations attended.I you be'ready when done is to do them yourself, when he retired from the Post Officehe dealings. He was a peacelovingman

looked at my life, past and ,present, in the light of the four I quick adjustments unex feasible, and to avoid relegating worked on his small farm but he never ran 'away

Absolutes and, to the best of my ability, have applied them to my petted 210111316212.SAGITTARIUS situations develop.. jobs to others whose judgment is until his death in 1949. He hada from a fight. I saw him takea

own life. I can heartily recommend them to everyone everywhere. Born June 22nd thru July 22nd open to doubt. The 16th makes full, happy life rearing four gun away from a very big

If someone has captured your social children. On his meager earnings man who was threatening to
ti Moral Re-Armament showed me my past mistakes illumined it. desirable to have your .
heart, or your own sentimentsare .and .ar as a mail man he sent threeof kill a Negro boy who had been
the future. Few people in Los Angeles have been more : appointments .holiday
occupied riding roughshod over those children through college caught stealing the man's chic
with religious, political, civic and club life than I. I have loved this Born Nov. %23rd thru Dec 21stThere rangements all set before that '
reason, you are inviting emotional however while the fourth (my kens. When the facts were
fife, yet have felt the need to search and search for fundamental 'are some excellent pros- date. Except some'changes,
complications. You must Mother) married brought out the man had been
due to circumstances or delays young.
met unshakable truth. With ects for gain and possibilities; of
gladness I have been willing to sacrifice be particularly strong and self- which be''beyond He lived on the outskirts of, cheating the Negro in paying i
and losses at the may any.
In order to help an ideology based on the idea that every ,disciplined to resist all lures, no one's controL town on a three acre place and him less than he said he would

won, every race, Is. 'part of a world family. It remains for a matter how attractive on the same that you time.are You not must under make' the spell sure; 8-303( .-28.-.53 832. he grew most of the things we or roofing a house So the

superior Ideology to help us find ways to be a family In life tacit 'surface and In what ever tempting ate. Behind his place were Negro was taking the chickens
It is up to each of as to reach a decision oa our part In re. form they are presented. GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1957 hundreds of small houses owned as "back wages.'

1shg a shattered and shaken world Nothing less than a New 2-50--22 .47-21-252. Use this coupon. Learn more about ')__ !K .Seed 10 ceat a (one by Negros, and my grandfatherwas On his mall route were many .

Woes Is the objective And Moral BfrArraasieat is the Instrtm ee t. dime IB coin) .for each horoscope ordered' by .... ode ..selfaddressed always a good friend 'and Negroes and he served them with

Ibptihee ibis Is our fun reepona& ty. steeped envelope. Write filttnly. TWs. .er does. Ut app neighbor to the Negroes. He the same prompt delivery as he .
i LEO always said TCven though a
to TtiirfiTmfi of .the dos ...Ion cJPAWX 0r --"-. did the white citizen. He believed

Bora July 23rd thro Aug. 25rd I ...................-- -- '- --- "..., man's skin may be a different in fair play. One day back til
In to catch color his soul is the same color
your hurry .up on the horse
i II buggy: days he
ai your obligations and work assignments ), FORIDA STAR ASTROLOGEX' < as your or mine.'! unhitched his horse from his mall .,;

| P. (). BOX 561 II | time he
you risk the chance of ; During "hog killing" buggy and rode horseback across
errors and confusion which could hired Negroes and whites to
1. FLA. '" i' i a creek to deliver an allotment
have rather expensive consequen I ..,. :, .1 help him kill and dress the hogs. I check ,>. '..
a Negro family. The
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ces. If you are the one who gives Nacre He paid them the, same wages.. bridge had been washed out. He 1

i 'the 'instructions, make sore that I ; : ... .r'; '" .1 His door was always open to knew if the family didn't get -4',;,:

your intentions are fully, understood A4IR. .- the needy in the community, that .
would _
they have, to : .
especially: on the llth. > ,. .... white or black and he died ..
: ..> 1 .';; ; ; r- ;,I!!" I : : go .hungry another day. He didn't "

'Should the shoe be on ,the other I .''." ; ..."...." ..1;, -.'" .z. ,- ...., 'I penniless, except for the house care what color their -skin

:foot, you.atfll hare to verify so ... 4.'W.'<, ', ',:..CKyt. ., ,,- .1'4..... .:'.... -....--.-,.. -" ..... and property he left my grand he said was,

..,':.,'...,.>:-' ;that' 'misunderstandings. are completely I Date Qf' rttl.;. .:,. ,' ; ; .:.1' _:',. .F. ',t ';..::),l:,,', '. .: '11 J JI mother. Some of his white neighbors the same "Hungry cry black babies white.make"'

avoided.' I. .F J. _'. "."' ....,....,...,.. ..,'."; .t.....: -I.,.. .-,,-', --.ir. .Ftr'... It p-,4--. 1 hated the Negroes and or

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' Some of the Jaxons who participated in the recent meeting of the West Jacksonville Garden Mrs. Annie Williams and Mrs. E. L. Harris In the final scene, In ,the front; row are Airs. Sophie

: Circle are seen in the photo-scenes above. In thefirst scene, from left to right are: Mrs. J. Cherry, Starkes, Mrs. Hazel Argrett, Mrs. Leila Mosely, and Mrs. Lena Clark. In thee back row are: firs J. './i,o I

.,. Mrs. E. Boston and Mrs. J. MIller In the center picture are: !Mrs. Marion Kudd, !Mrs. Sidney Brown IV. Bolden Mrs Flossie Jones and Airs. L. Jones. -..- .' r.-J:


{i : Real Estate Women's Headgear I WeddingBellsApplicants MEET SUNDAYThe

I $ LOANS $ Major Bryant who works at for Marriage LIcenses Naval Air Station Lodge
American Federation of
Thomas Florist this city, and a -s s : s s a a a are as follows: 579,
$1,000 $2,000 $,ooo. sn Sa member of Bethel Baptist Institutional -= ::- -- ; = ; = -= Franklin White, 1764 Kings Government Employees, will hold
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$&000 up to $25,000 Church, was called 'out of Road age 56 and Amelia Lud- Its regular meeting, Sunday

Payable $1.00 per mo. per hun- Sw the city last Sunday morning to I good, 176' Kings Road age 46. ,December 15, at 3 p.m., in the

dred on unpaid balance at 6%. x attend the funeral of his mother, Solomon Sanders, Jr., 1308 I Dayspring Baptist Church annex.

J Let us help you to complete ; # Mrs. Lula Bryant. Major may be Cleveland St., age 18 and Minnie All members and officers have

/ your hove or refinance 38 ix ys
years in' the same place. < ,. .. Detroit. Mich. Founders Day was 'observed last Sunday by Upsilon Lambda age 16.Carl. Importance is to be transacted.
Call ; t e ,.. .. Cave 1494 W. 25th St., President JosepkM.
t w Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha, climaxed by a public program pre. James Smith ;

k The following persons who at- rented during the afternoon in the Edward Waters College Auditor- age 36 and Mildred Armster, 2843 DeBose, reporter.

A J.P.YOUNGMr tended the funeral of the late lum. The group vas honored by the presence of Alphas' Southern Moncrief Rd., age 33.

Simmons or Mr., Walsh 4$ 4 s Mrs. Alice Mitchell were: Mr. and Vice President, James A. linger, who' subsequently delivered the I Roy Chas. Walker 844 E. First MRS. H. H. ROBINSONIS

Main and Monroe a' tot Mrs. George Smith, Lee Moore, principal address. Mr. Huger halls from Daytona Beach, Florida St., age 26 and Lucille Sibley, HOSTESS TOMINISTERS'
3309 Platteau St., age 19.
Mrs. Ophelia Holmes Mrs. Eliza.beth
212 Masonic Temple .Bid;. Y., where he serves as Administrative Assistant to the President ofBethuneCoolanan
( Eddie. Harrell Tifton.
t B. Wilson, Mrs. Mattie Dorsey WIVESMrs.
Phone EL & 014 College.
Power, of Brunswick, Ga., Mrs. Ga., age 20 and Ellouise Honey-

EL 8.3391'WHENEVER Clara Lemon of Meridan, Ga., and Other local fraternities and sororities appeared in the spotlight cutte, 2358 York St. age 20. H. H. Robinson will serveas

+ .,t Mrs. Watson of Darien, Ga. briefly when members responded to roll ,call through a medley'of Walter Herbert Nicholson, 7114 hostess to the members of the

M y "' Greek Hymns played by Alpha Kappa Alphas Norma Ruth Solomon. Ester St., age 18 and Beulah Baptist Ministers Wives Alliance

YOU George Lee Smith is ill in his Delia Sigma Theta was the most well 'represented or the visitIng White Burks, 5424 Mimosa Court Monday December 16th, at 5'p.

NEEDi t i home at 614 Jefferson Street organizations, with the following charming and chicly attired'age 17.Wm m., in the auditorium of Mt. Sinai

a sorors on the scene: Mesdames Sybil Butler, ,Lillian G. Small, MozellDurney Lindsey, 829 \V. Duval St., Baptist Church, located at the

and Frankye Dennis, and Miss Louvenla E. Solomon. I age 25 and Beatrice McNair, 630 corner of Sixth and Lee Streets.

(ff1 displays Model .a Hildegarde futuristic approachto.milady's Bucket MRS. THOMAS McGEE Alpha Kappa Alphas "Loyal Hearts"' included Mesdames Mary Court Robt.E.,Lee age Thomas 19. 1035 Hay. She will be assisted by the following -

i larper: Vera Davis, Luther \V. James, Charlotte Stewart, Pearl L. I persons: Mesdames W. L.
0 bonnet dreamed up REPRESENTS YWCAAT wood Lane age 19 and Marie
I Uller and Louise Guinyard. Jones. Mary Hamilton. EdnaGor.
the Frescolita
by a designer of Jones. 640 W. Monroe St., age 19.

REPAIR SERVICE Manufacturing Corp.Berkeley, CONFERENCEMrs. Mrs. E'elynVeIls, looking very smart, indeed, stood proudly Richard Robinson, Jr., 1148 W. don, B. W. Williams and Carrie
California manufacturers oi
: Radio & Small Appliance while notes of Zeta Phi Betas Hymn resounded throughout the audi- 10th St., age 34 and Mary Peoples.
fixtures.Appropriately will
lighting of the meeting
Number Thomas McGee, Branch .orium.I; Frances Davis, 1150 Acorn St., Highlights
Call The Service named "Shades of Tomorrow
chairman of the A. L. Lewis YW be given by the president, Mrs.
EL 605040 ) the off-beat creation is still lathe Phi Delta Kappa's Beatrice B. Vaught was present; Omega ParsErnest age 21Will Robinson.
but CA, Is attending the Leadership Monroe H. H.
fanciful the company 915 W.
t stage, Fleming,
] Wyatt; and two "noble" members of Kappa Alpha Pslr
Insists it could someday Training Conference in Washing. 65 and Marie 915
$3.50 Service Charge ]Dr. B. E. Smith,and L J. King. St., age
:" find_.-a 'niche In the modern ton, D G, December 512. Miss W. Monroe St., age 51. LES MERES BRIDGE
Financing '
ArrangedFor .
feminine wardrobe. The lamp, Dorothy Heights a member of the Dr. -Leonard- F.. Morse; one of the founders of Phi Beta Sigma -Edward- Geo.- -Black, 1018 -w. istSt. CLUB MEETS HEREMr.
Large Jobs of Is available now.
-0- course, National staff personeil is in J Fraternity, was on hand to holp up the banner for Sigma. ., age 40 and Mary Lou Salters

charge. Officers of Upsilon Lambda who were installed at a Prel4'ounders' :818 W. 1st St.. age 35. .
and Mrs. JUchard Roby's.lovely
SAY YOU SAW IT IN Other activities listed far the ,
J ,Day celebration held Saturday in Club El Dorado areas home was the setting for

ENGINEERS THE FLORIDA STAR YWCA during 'the week are as I follows: William T.. Harper, president; O. E. Simmons, Jr., vice the Les Meres Bridge Club meeting .

IBM Evergreen Ave. ( ; follows:, Convention Study-In I president; Ralph' B. Stewart, Jr., recording secretary; Wendell P. LUCKY 16 CLUB I last Saturday evening..

I preparation for the 1958 National 1 Holmes,' Jr.,. corresponding secretary; Nathaniel Davis, financial Les Meres, one of the City's

Convention of the YWCA, was secretary; Dr. J. E. .Bush, treasurer; E. W. Bryant, associate editor leading bridge clubs was enter.

For Prompt conducted Tuesday, December 10 1 to Sphinx; Keraaa' D. McFarlin, chaplain; I, H. Barney, n, parliamentarian HOLDS PARTY tained by the hostess Mrs. Cora
at 6:30: p. m., with Mrs. B. C. : ; and, James Genwrlght,, Sgt-atanns. W. B. Stewart toby..

,Delivery fall Green in charge. I president of Edward Waters College, officiated. Mrs. Shellle Robert home was 'Members present were: Mrs. B.
Hanging of the Greens was held the scene recently of a Thajiks-
Members of the Alpha Wives' .of which Mrs. Vera Davis is B. Vaught, Mrs. Vivian Wesley,
VICTORY FUEL.SERVICE December, 12th at 5 by the memo
.. I Thursday giving party given Eater
president 'were hostesses for the event : Mrs. Frenchie Knight, :Mrs.
p: m. Mrs Lillian Goosby chair hem of the Lucky 'Sixteen 'Sewingand Adlalde.
Mrs. Jenkins.
O. Ramsey,
artlclpiied C s e e o
man. All in Circle.A .
groups p Saving
a Jt r x .t. Whtch'refIUb Mrs. Lucille Harper, Mrs.: Con
this event after The:Les' Meres Bridge Club: met Saturday evening in the homeof motif of seasonal flows I Roby, :Mrs. Etta Lee Brooks, Mr*

EL 3-1500 mends were served.CHARITY ,Mrs Richard Roby, 1704 Seminary Street.. Although only scant were used throughout the living: Sylvia Bartley, Mrs.: 'Fannie Sim.

details of the meeting: were available, it is .evident that plans are and dining rooms. The dining:; mons, and Mrs. Evelyn Wells.

J- bekig ,made"for an'elaborate Christmas Party. table was centered with fruits ol f A delicious seasonal menu was

F 'CLUB SETS '. the season. served. .
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A program in keeping with tneThanksgiving
I MEETING SUNDAY Mrs. Annie Fleming w s hostess to a recent: meeting: of the presentedby
spirit was
; REMODELING & REPAIRING Mnrrtiaifl ,,Neil 'Garden' "''Qrc e," held in her home at '1339 We* the president Appearing: were "

The Royal Terrace Charity Club Twenty-StrtiTstreet.+ Mesdames':Bessie S. Gordon, Bernice C. Gr er. Mrs. Polly Whitfleld, Mrs. Mildred PLAN MEETINGLes

; -:- AT SENSIBLE PRICES '-:- will meet Sunday at,4 pan. in the ,and Althea'Griswbld were cothostesaea.The Pearson, Rebecca and Bremon

home of President Esther McGill S o e Roberts, Mrs. Fannie Mae OOID.IOU Celebretes Boro-Frat will

l ROOFING ,CARPORTS. 1459 W. 23rd Street. Mrs. Laura White, Mrs. Willie :-hold its meeting Sunday at 3 pjn.

SDING PORCH ENCLOSURE Together with the business to Classy Lassies, an intimate bridge group, met last Frida> Griffin and C. Parham John in the auditorium of the Clara
in 'the hoe of Mrs. Adrian 1..' Oliver 112* West Twenty
be transacted evening .. refreshments : Mission located
JALOUSIES INSULATIONUP 'a very unique pro. son. After the program White Building,
v gram has been,, prepared. The tost Street.With .. were served by the hostess. at 613 Wet Ashley Street.

l/i members are asked to bring a one guest present, the following: members of the club set Guest present were: Mrs. Nellie Plana will be made for the final

TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY friend. Visitors are welcome. out to prove their skin in the game: Mesdames Juanlta 'Williams McCoy. Mrs. Mary'Lou Ward, Mr. project of the year. The president

Alveta Allen, Sarah Wright, Margaret Starker, Carolyn Washington and Mrs. C. S. Campbell, Mrs. Is requesting that all member

Battle Stewart and Hazel Pink. O. Smith James Johnson, Mrs. be present.

'i' NCONSTRUcnONCO.: Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Washington, and Mrs. Allen were awarded Venetta Williams, Mrs. Ella Mae

; rr < club, prizes. Whitfield, Mrs. Laura White. MEETING'HELD

:r 4. Y EV X4105 e Williams Buggs, Charles Jones, BY 'SIGMA FRAT.The .
Robert Mildred Pearson
Jones ,
I AX FLA. :Members of the Entre Nous Bridge Club, which met last Saturday C. P. Johnson, Miss Chatrene
',:." A. E. ANDERSON ;., :. evening in the home of Mrs. Ruby Humphrey 1416 West Ninth Agnes and Mrs. Martha Tolver. home of Mrs. Vivian Cha-
r '4 ? : Street dined on delicious turkey ala.d. served ,with the usual
a The final meeting of the circle vis, 1923 Durkee Drive was the
kx :.: k trimmings and a variety of beverages.
k: Ja was held at the home of Mrs. setting for a regular meeting of
Mrs Marie McKeever and Mrs. Louise Wash were special Minnie King. 1802 W. 20th St. the Nu Beta Sigma Chapter of

", : r ___ guests the latter winning the guest prize. Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.

: Club prizes which consisted of beautiful book ends of various YOUNG ADULTSTO Host for the meeting was
riVI-VI 1r .. IjSi
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.. Blackshear and Mrs. Ruth Durham Myers.Mesdames by Mrs. Sarah Louise Sams. Mrs.
and vian Chavis: and Mrs. Helen B.
wfijiin (lamilia p. Thompson, Elizabeth Simmons, Frances Pre-Yule Tea will be pre
ft .
; >4i: J Johnson Charlottee Stewart Helen Hart, Moielle Bruton and Misses sented Sunday at 4 p. m. in the Robinson.The
isritIDOur : liiifi Jenkins the meeting was presided over
Ruth Broome, Theora Leggins and Lauretta comprise Parsonage of Bethel Baptist Institutional .

i balance of the club roster. Church, located at 1058 i by Releford McGriff. The major

.." liberal I ,Each accoMt Itn ; ', S e. S t Hogan Street. I. issue on the agenda was the discussion
{? of business relative to the
.anting art compounded CURRENT RATE < s a r. a" ap t* This social event is being sponsored .
$10,000 by the [ r : .... :": : Mrs; Sylvester Bossard is recuperating at home after,undergoing National Conclave which will con.
: Sern1 I> 'iit by the Young Adult Choirof
1 h .y:5t&:: :t1t i: .$ ; surgery at. Brewster Hospital recently. / vene Dec. 27-31 at Dallas, Tevas.A .
:Annually oa Sfl. y 2 0/1/0 ffVta! Savins*. : the aforementioned church.A .
check for $75 was
.' Ings in ibis Association 3 S and Lean .r..... NEWLY.WEDS Mr. and I i a .s program of cultured entertainment .
which if to be given to the acksoD-
Corporation ... jpon
net Mrs. Franklin: White who were >1- has been arranged.The .
< ., .red and 1C. Lincoln fiDe Chapter of the Urban Lea
pcrvUcd! by.be OF DIVIDEND authorized by sir united in matrimony on Sunday The Business and Professional Women's Club met at The choir is extending an invitation -
"- .act ol Co9rtu. Golf and Club Monday evening and elected officers for thecoming gue. (
Country .. all adult choirs
U. S. Government November 21, are lees catting: to young
their beautUuI'edalB.C cake year.Miss :, throughout the city. Members present were AlbertT.
\ McKeever, Dr. J. Irving Scott,
1r following the ceremony per. ,Fannie) Blue lathe new president the business women's the Reverend Leonard F. Morse
.fort by the Reverend W. C. BOARD TO ; t
other officers follows Mrs. Stewart USHER
orr"ttfo'1'with as : Marjorie Dr. George F Waters, Howard L.Guyton .
Neat The bride is the former. vice, president; ,Mrs. Mercedes Kfllam, secretary;; Mrs. Oral Fortee, SPONSOR TEA : Joseph* H. White Nath
ttaviivt;* ami Loan Assot i; bride Lndgood was Miss Susie corresponding secretary; Mrs. Irma Lynch financial secretary; Mrs. Usher Board 2 of Mt. Calvary aniel Washington, Deveron Nicks,
: business Mrs. Eva,Satterwhite treasurer
Marvene ,. manager ;
*. >. .] .- !. MsrabaH ABaa Chavls servedas Baptist Church win present an James Graves, James Madison
: ; 'and Mrs;, Ozzie.B., Williams, ,publicity chairman.. ; afternoon, Smith William Cannon, AndrewJ.
tea Sunday
> i .iuriStrrrl t'hi. rtr H. >-* bed i..... I' ? & autumn
The couple plan to reside. In I Mrs. Lois Hill young adult director 'of. the Branch. YWCA i.I is December 15th in the basement Robinson and Henry W. Jen.Us -

tab city, I advisor to the group.. of the church. Jr. .
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111 _Conference; Branch Will Convene_ .__ :, Mf. Olive; 'I'ItJJlt

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,. ?T ?- .:: hostess
r? L. Terry was !

recently to the Junior Guild of

Du"!a !):o'.e. Mrs Terry was

assisted by Mrs. Earl O. Math'-s.:

.... who presented booklets to the

4.i I \r I group for study containing! _the,
1. ; BeatIudemade in the Sermon

/ "...,.>'; ;. on the Mount.
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F 9p ri '... \ Terry preceded the meeting. Salt
.:. e \ \ slhr "'" clay was prepared and presentedto ;
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:y '::':< : + group to use their imagi-,
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;tTH! 4 9rk.ti ;. / : .y :f" : .' Jesus" with the motto Building

,., >.+ ,.; ,<:.... ,.,. ." ..':..' Better Citizens through Strengthand

t .-" ':';..': t.:.": ,.. ,'. .. h',.,. ".,'" '".......;..,,....flJtl Courage," was used during, .
; :E! w "Jr( :' : the devotional period. The Sunday
School lesson was also read and
The ladles shown here are members of Zeta Amicae Auxlli '.r). of Zeta Phi 'Beta Sorority, who met recently in the home of Sirs. Annie Bell Lee. Plans were made for their annual Christmas discussed .

I\} party and election of officers. In the ,photo at left, from left to right are: Soror. Alveta S. Allen, Mrs Priscilla G. Smith, Mrs Leila L. Powell and Airs. VenUe M. Cruse. In the photo at right,'from I Prizes will be awarded to the
left, are: Sirs. Ora M. Queen, Mrs. Eola Goines, 3lrs. Annie Bell Le Sirs. 3L A. Campbell, Sirs. Lula E. Courtney, 11I'S.Vilner Dorr Mrs Billie Wilkerson Mrs Bertie Simmons, Sirs. Marguerite group .who have completed their

Daniels, 1lrs.Vardell Mathews and Mrs. Bertha Ford. assignments.The .
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president, Mrs. Ruth Ma.
JERUSALEM SLATE i SAS T OR'S AID CLUB son stressed the happiness and
iI SUNDAY ACTIVITIES i iO BE HONOREDThe peace it brings to help others at
---- Christmas time. _

WILL/ OBSERVE FLORIDA fflNFFRFOT 1 ;. .ii W M 0" the Sunday Jerusalem services Baptist will begin Church at 1' { MEET, Willing Workers Spiritual'Singers I -- --- ---

with Sunday School at 9:30 a. m., .
Reverend B. Williams will serve as host pastor to one cf the Herman Singletary in charge. ,, will give a recital in: the ; COlD SUFFERERS ,

COMMUNION biggest events in the AME ,Church when the East Florida Conference Horning and evening messages :FOR SUNDAY First Sort Temple Church lo-i i

Branch opens this week at Mt. Olive AME: Church, located will: be delivered by the assistant I, cited: at .825 W. Monroe St., Sunday \ Get STAN BACt<. tablet or po_ .".

at 841 Franklin Street. pastor: Rev Jake Raye.: Choir! 1 ,' December 15, at 3 p. m. i The for relief STANBACK of COLD prtieripoon DISCOMFORTS.type

CALLAHAN Holy Communion !It. Olive AMC Church, locatedat mortal Trio will provide the J and Usher Board 1 will serve The proceeds from this affair formula it a combination of pain r..
will be observed Sunday at 3 841 Franklin Street, will be music. j throughout the day.: District 2 and : WILLISTON The Home Mis- lievmg Ingredients that work together
contributed to the Pastor'sAid \ for FASTER RELIEF of HEADACHE
p. m. at Mt. Pleasant Baptist the scene cf the East Florida ,,, The president Has" requestedthat 3 will meet at 5 p. m. in the sion Society of New Hope Baptist : will be NEURALGIA and ACHING MUSCLES

Church, .the Rev. C. W. Whitten, Conference which will convene t all ladies of the branch attending' :educational building. Church will meet Sunday at Club of the church ; du to cold. STANOACK ago i REDUCES ,j
pastor. The Pastor will deliver Monday: night December 16th, j FEVER. SNAP BACK with
December 17 at 10 o'clock. this session wear white. I Mrs Rosejjta Cohen sponsor;
4 in the home of Mrs. STANOACK.
the sermon and administer com Some of the missionary members ;j' lhe Pulpit Aid Board and Home p. m. L. I' Elder A. Hill pastor.: I j II .

munion. who will appear on the various |NIXON INVITES 'Mission Society will meet jointly ,A, Williams. The topic for discussion I I
Other services will begin with programs during the day are I; I at the home of Mrs. Zeatrice will be: "Parents must j .
r Sunday School at 930 a. m. Miss Mrs. G. B. Gardner, chairman of I j Singletary 2515 San Diego Road. ,learn how to handle: their children :Mrs. Ellen Williams is ill in.i I LARGEST
Grace M. Crane in charge. Morning the Home and Family Life in the FOR CONFERENCE I ." Brewster Hospital in Jacksonville. :; i

worship begins at 11 with devotion 11th Episcopal: District. Mrs ( Dean Henrine Ward Banks CONFERENCE HELD i C. G. :Mozell of Daytona Beach ,j Selection of
Pallbearers Lodge 11 will meet
led by the deacons consecration Gardner will review the book entitled Dean Women at Bethune-Cook- I I was here recently visiting his father : Colored Dolls
by the pastor, with the "Kingdom Esyoud Caste." ,man College was invited by the I AT MT. ZION AME j Sunday at 12 noon with the Rev.R. Archer: Mozell and other I
pastor delivering the sermon.' Others who will appear are Mrs. ;,Vice-president, of the United MADISON The first quarterly Sams presiding. relatives. 1AKINC i in Jacksonville

Evening worship begins at 7:30 Geneva Thompson; and Mrs. Ruth ,States Richard, Nixon, to attend I: conference in the new con-i(! ---I 1i II I
m. with the auxiliaries of the .. I I L lt::'
p Williams. j v. conference of the President'sCommittee fqrence year was held recently in''Ii :
church in charge of the services. The panelists selected to discuss on Government Contracts I i \it. Zion AME Church by Pre- :; FLOORS BEAUTIFUL i I We Hold Lay-A\vays$

the topic "Christ, the church and The conference be held i siding Elder S. E. Moses. II | Until 9 PJU. fi
Race," will be Mrs. T. O. Butler. ,on January 15, 1958 at 10:00: a "I The election of officers was I Christmas Eve !
DEDICATION RITES Mrs. Ella Jones Mrs. M. D."King j Ji., at the Willard Hotel. Wash :held and the following persons I IS OUR BUSINESS t=Ir= >>::r

HELD AT REDEEM Mrs. Amy King and Mrs. D. P. ,iagton D. C. i were elected: ,Mrs. S. F. McKinney ._- -- --- "-

BAPTIST CHURCH King. j The purpose of the conference secretary; Spencer McGhee, t tI I BEAUTIFUL FLOORS FOR HOLIDAYS .'

Mrs. Frank Jones, conference will be to discuss the policies and marshall and reporter. Reportswere AND ALWAYS'Floors

branch>president of the East Florida program of the President's Committee I made by all boards. The BroadwayDEPARTMENT

Dedicatory services were held conference is asking that all and ways in which interested :total amount of money collectedwas Sanding and Refinishing of Hardwood
on Monday evening December 9th local presidents of the missionary persons and organizations $114.91.
in the new edifice of Redeem Floors. YES We Clean Tile Too! I
societies make their might assist the committee in I ,
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Baptist Church. An Inspiring sermon Bishop and Mrs. S. L. Greene advacating its program of eliminating KEEP ,HAIR .FRM HOMES AND OFFICES
was delivered by the Reverend I will address the conference branch discrimination in em. 'GOING'BACK 6NORMAN'S

Cyrus A, Weaver. :at '8 p. m. at which time the ployment or Government_ < contracts lID MO --HAI&GOING SACS"pac.UNlI".aAIIt... STORE ,
A unique program was arrand-'I choir of M : Olive and Grant MeMRS. ,because of race, religion, FClSPb UPCIUMT'.TIOM..NOTHINOArrBCT: raSOLAM paaaagOil.$A WOMOCUtM.WATXK *ADI. FLOOR SURFACINGAND ,
ed with the following persons appearing I color or national origin .110..ftKMAM..yova HAIR HATOTUU4.T GUTTCBS lOfT ANDMOXU AND NOT FOK GKEASY.rnsauuf LOU. '119 BROAD ST. -
: Reverends J. C. Rogers, WAT**urcu. irr MUSSING OIL CONTAINS
B. F. Brown, Deacon C. Lam. BAKER GLEE CLUB K5CBTU I' ,It It.u 'tu
bright Mrs. Jesse Word, Reve- SLATES --n.sllRn. 2571 Wisteria Street Phone PO ...188 WE USE F.N.B.: '.
:Glee Club of the 45th r. OIL FREE ESTIMATES :
MAO UMMMMh WC....*Af... "... Nlrr .. ""'"
Street Junior School will .
High .T --;- ,
FIRST BAPTIST "be presented in a Christmas con ': --..,. ,
cert December 16. at 8 P.M. Ideal home giftsWorld's t
SUNDAY AT 7 Now AtCunningham's '. i
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The Choral Parents Club; organized ::1-.i. ,..
SLATES SUNDAY to for'' .It.' -- '. _. ....,. : -p.- ....., .'......- ;\
, help provide taw -&' &.. :..:. ....- '
needs of the pupils enrolled ir. Finest Made _. -- s
: Mrs. Ernestine Baker, ra ember choral music, plans this presents .. : _: : ."HO .

FOR EDUCATIONThe of .First New Zion ,Baptist t' Uon as its major financial effort ; :

Church, and one 'of the leading. Various arrangement.of Christ Jm

First ,Baptist..- : urch. sA altos of Choir 2, will be> pre:: mas. melodies, _sacred, secular .ampopular Portable 'TV't 'I
which the Reverend Mr. -J. C. sented'in'? a"'musical: recital Sunday -' numbers will be renders:

Sams Is pastor will' observe its at 7:30. .'p., m. .in the church by the .Glee Club, under the .directions

1 Educational Day, Sunday, Decem. auditorium. of Richard T. Hadley. .jt ;.
ber'I'sth throughout the day.. District .1 will sponsor dinnersin No admission will be charged '
Services for Sunday will com. the church basement Sunday at
mence"with, Sunday School 'at 9:20 1-p.m. _____
6mi LIP Westinghouse ___
a.fm. with G. W.' Scott in charge. "

The lesson will be reviewed by If worried br "Bladder Wetkneu" (Otl .* ,.,,r.
SIMPSON MEMBERSTO tin* Up Nights or Bed Wetting, too trr 'n.-\.C! t' #: ; Y:%.r
the Rev.' J. C. Sams. euent.8troDl8meu1DICloudJ burnlnf or Itcbtof Urine urtnUon due) or to < .'. i ..f' ;',..... :;1: .'. ..Y '
The consecration service will common Kidney and Bladder IrrlUtlona -
begin 10:50: with the try uxvrEJl for quick belp. 30 Tears UMproTt I '" :, PRECISION. BUILT _. vhr
'at a. m., ry :
safety for young and old. Ask druggist I I .:f.'_',
deacons in charge. The Rev., Mr. : members of Simpson Methodist for. OXtfiJUl.under money-back(uaraat .
e .Bee how fact yon.Improve < "' ,> .
Sams will deliver ..the sermon Church 'will present the I I I <
Music will "be provided for by :"Books of 'the Bible! ," Sunda\
Senior Choir 2 and Usher Board night in the church aud't,rium. REV. H. LANE 1 _
2 will serve through the day. ,Each book will be. portrayed by -.. -t la: .
At 5:45 p. m., BYPU will be a member. The man sent by God to lead 93995 .

held with Deacon W. F. TillmanIn A program will be presented by people to the truth .pith. If : ,,, .

'charge. :the students of the S'mpson Diy: you are a true believer in '", .
Evening services will begin at School with Gregory Leroy Jonec God Alm;!:hty 'all thing arepors'ble -

7 p. m. with the pastor deliver- I featuring the 66 books of thr b',t without this! you ;. 'fo .
ing the evening ,Bible. -! :t'!..': .
message. are lest. If ycrj need help in '
District 21 will meet Dec. 15 in Miss Wilhelmena Anderson will your prcblcmi .in life I can ..: f ':r.- ONLY $5.00 DELIVERS 1 ;.; free ; ,, ,, Y
the home of Mr.. and Mrs. ? ..<
D. serve as narrator Ths program give ycu the straight message

Cobb 4131 Connie St. i is being sponsored by"the.'finance that the all spiritual being give -Model 14T17014*overall. ,

I committee. me for you. I do not proclaim


APPEAR SUNDAY'AT BAPTIST MINISTERSTO you to ths light not to the

MEET MONDAY dark lie that walkcth. the

LITTLE ROCKThe dart: s' il' rtuanbla.' I am onlyto Just 27 Ibs. yet it; packs the power and picture-
work tht wQrk of him that
The Baptist Ministers Brotherhood t
of 21" consoles. More quality
I perfect performance ,
/ML Ararat Quintet wiT of Duval and adjacent coun.i cent c.. risccivQ my go;psl :
render musical program: Sun :ties will meet'on Monday Dc_m. ; and Listiueilcns. If yon; d-sre: I more durability, more dependability[! because its.

day evening following the reg-il.ii: :1 ber 16, at 11 a. m. in the Bathsl: a 'peM.0:11 question: cr want PRECISIONEERED with these features: -t
service at Little Rock Baptist I Baptist Church. i me to co--.11 the spirit! abut: 1

Church. Devotional services will be con your: 'fuiuju>t 5-ve: nxa your _:_ Exclusive Silver Safegard Chassis I)

The group is called one of the ducted by the Rev. H. H. \Vrlght.The .'' name: no b"rii! n cded. Donate: _:. 90-Degree Aluminized Picture Tube -

foremost gospel groups in the city Sunday School lesson: will $5.0D and' receive: a, gospd:! _:_ Exclusive "Push-Pull" Circuit for more contrast \'.

and .It'>: !is well known for the be previewed 'by the Rv, R. L. question answered. Future _:_ Fnll "Big-Set" Tube complement, nothin$ left. -out,

harmony U possesses in its rendi.tions. Jones, pastor of Central: Baptist cveats..A : .3.' ed prayer / x _:_ All Aluminnm C h:net in decorator color :;: .'v,:

Church and the.order 'day, with face a rc. > combinations. :

Little, Roclt Church' Is locatedon will be given by ,the Rey,A, B. Use Amy can Express Money ..3'i: "',i.
Van, Buren Street_ A large :Coleman. ", Order 0:17"101" Bank: Draft. 1813
crowd' Is :expected to be presentto Rev. A. W.''PoUork is 'the reporter 13th -Avc 2r: Oalaznd'Caltf. I .0. OPEN EVERY EVENING TIL 9 P. M: UNTIL CHRISTMAS :>*?*-,4J>-- *
**'4';. ;: : ..-: ,' .' -.- .. Of. -
hear ,.this; group. !;.,;:. ; : ; ::. ; .. ;r ,' .,. -

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,Ending,Saturday, December 14 .,1957. .' THE ,FLORIDA STAR
Fag :Five

BAPTIST GROUP: take were over rmovetwfromLthe the Convention.,,! They ,' .CLUB ADVISERS 1 T1L others. who p.pp.caredTto f'. have been
; : Session WlilL % LOC1\\[ BRIEFS! '
and"* thereTwasnhomore* & **&' 4: disorder-*> P HOLD y- PARTY, : : f drinking Imdfunable, ; to give any

.- ..TThe Washington. :'leadef stalled; v ? JlLe1ris ,.... '.. information. They arrested Sam
SAY CONFAB I that %did not know The'A.. Branch YWCA
many JAXON WOUNDEDIN Hodges and Martha Hill, both of
a that once the Convention'official'y cei West Eighth Street will be the I
1S02 W. 44th Street and placed
opened those who tried to impede scene for the dinner party of the SPINE 4

WAS IN ORDER I the progress of the sessions I YWCA club Advisers, next Tuesday i EddieVllliams, 27. of 1802 W. them in County jail on drunk "

were not against Dr. Jackson; but i evening at 8 p. m. The women -! 15th Street was arrested Sunday charges.
!were and still are against the I I of this group have completed i iI t'>y Deputy Constable Jesse Leigh
Convention. I plans for entertaining their guest I :ry A j for the shooting of Thomas Slater .
WASHINGTON, ,D. C. Last I! j: at that t'me. 1 1r ; 40. of 1802 W. 44th Street. BRADENTON Grant Johnson -
t "We who appreciate forward !
. week a group of Baptist ministers t I: Miss llildred Jlfaultsby .was ap Slater was shot shortly before a Negro candidate, last his
A formed a "D. X. Committee S pf f leadership, and Dr. Jackson hasj i i pointed to serve as chairman of r I loon at the home of 'Williams
first try for City. Councilman
porting the Convention" with Rev t: given the most outstanding in the 'i arrangements for this affair. i Saturday: Dec. 7. He is now in
}Convention's history support the ; } ]Duval when he ran against C. B. Tipton
C..H. Hamilton, pastor of Greater -; '!I The: following advisers are Mrs. Medical Center with a
New Hope Baptist Church asj:administration of Dr. Jackson. We,Margaret" English. Miss Mildred 1 t )bullet wound in his spine and his white Councilman.

I chairman.The supported his ruling as presiding Maultsby Miss Vivienne Jordan, cc rendition[ has been listed as criti. In four of the predominantly
officer when the question was cal *
Committee it is claimed Mrs. .Louise Sheffield Mrs. Bernice white wards. Tipton 'received 958 -
j I
,1 was voluntarily organized by a., asked about tenure. "We believehis White, Mrs. Julia Wallace,!, Road Patrolmen W. C. Brown votes to 177 for Grant Johnson.The .
-in that
to be correct
number of ministers after alleged ruling and G. L. Jacobs went to the
Mrs. Frankie
j H. Handy, Miss Lu. fifth ward had no Negro
charges of unlawfully holding office our constitution has no effective cretia Harvey. Miss Gwendolyn I :scene of the shooting and reported i voters.
tenure amendment. This view
were brought against the Johnson, Mrs. Ernestine F. Poole .C2 : s3r 7 : fOFYDi9S.1--' :1.G_._ ._'__ '._, .__ finding the wounded man and two:
shared than five thousand
National. Baptist Convention's| by more Miss Lauretta ; \
Jenkins Mrs. Mary
L at Louis OUTSTANDING DAUGIITBRS Mrs. Annie Stafford left
messengers present
president Dr. J. H. Jackson of; Roberts
Mrs. E. M.
ville." Mrs. and Mrs. Hattie' L James daughters of the Pride of Macao Elks :
Chicago. j Evelyn BEST BUY IN TOWN !
Wells. Mrs. Clevel Cro-
who were honored as. the Most Outstanding Daughters for their
Rev. Hamilton "We feela Commenting on the election of matie Mrs. Leanora I
said. Lee Mrs.
years of active service in the organization are seen here. The '
a duty to our constituency and 1 I S;;Dr. Jackson Rev.. Hamilton said Juanlta Wynn Mrs Orpah Jack honor even which was held at the Elks Auditorium last Monday
; the public to correct the mislead- son Mrs Jessie Tossi I Gas
i' Mrs. Florence night proved; colorful and; memorable affair. Ranges '
ing information about the, sittingof <: on day
1'Session which was wholly lawfuL Wilson, Mrs. Eleanor Elmore,
our 76th Annual Session ,in],
Louisville, Ky. We met in one of 1 i I: Being elected by acclamation I I Mrs. Camilla Perkins, Miss. Floria JUSTICE DEPT: WON'T RECOMMEND !

our most significant sessions in Is decidedly nothing new to Baptists Nair. and Mrs. Mildred Chester. '
the history of the Convention." from where X stood, per. t I u;o rr'I
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He continued, "Our Convention I i! sonally, it seemed, that almost,fI .. NEW CIVIL RIGHTS LEGISLATIONWASHINGTON i
took a stand for unifying all every messenger at the Convention (Liberty; W. L. Turley. ML Gi-

American Baptist bodies, the Educational i I' voted for Dr. Jackson." '|ead; H. N. Travis. Salem; and Atty. Gen. Rogers announced last Mondayat \ r

Board contributed more{'i iOther leading ministers'com-.|[ 2. C. Hayes, Mt. Sinai. his first news conference that the Justice Department does not "

than ever before, and for the first I prising the Committee included: :I I I I plan to> recommend additional civil rights legislation at the nextsession t

,, time we had two southern Gov. 'Revs. H. B. Turner, .Carron II of Congress. I ?
I "I Y ?
ernors to address our messengersand Church; U. C. Creecy Lilly Me- RIHGWORM-DANMUFF+ Rogers expressed the view that I

promised to move forward mortal; G. E. Stevenson, Provi-i I Congress and the country might we will bring the indicated action.

and support the U. S. Constitution -''dence; R. U Tucker, 1st Baptist, |II I I SUFFERERS well "let some little. time elapse"to ." t ::8 ,

In the case of- civil rights." !Southwest* ; R. P. Gainey, Corinthian -j,I IF YOU HAVE DaY BRITTLE HAIR..nANMOJIT. observe the workings of the Concerning school integration I
When asked about the disorder ; W. C. Cole, St. Phillips; J. I i Oft TETTER.SCALP ECZ BUUfATONS.EVA.TUNG WORM PERSULAM,OR OTHER WILL SKIN AT. Civil Rights Act adopted after difficulties at i Little Rock. Ark.,I

at the Sessions the Rev. Mr.j'A Moore, Jr., 19th Street; Jesse'1 i AND FORD ITCHING.TRANSITORY ASK'TOUR RELIEF OF THE: SCALING I I considerable debate at.the last ,j Rogers said "'Veought- to give I t

Hamilton said, '"We had five days A. Brown Second Baptist South- BEAUTICIAN OR BARBER ABOUT DOCTOR.PERSULAM.DRUGGIST.. session. the: Little Rock matter a chance
I of constructive and orderly: ses.'west J. H. Marshall, Springfield; T tS That law represented 'a somewhat :to rest a while.

I fiions save for about 30 minutes R. McIntyre Meridian Hill; C. M. ffU watered-down version of the "
i I i 'The'Little Rock people appear
p on Thursday when Mills Caanan R. V. Coger, Mat- r Hair administration's with
a disgruntled ; g U*Scalp np -- proposal, to be handling the matter pretty
remnant attempted physically to thews Memorial; \V. A. Carter, M0 UMtATOMfc ac.M.l**",M w I.w..rs the result that same congressmenhave I;well recently. My contribution ,J h +Yv al/4 ,- Vr + +
announced intentions of
should be not to say anything :
i I Ii i
seeking additional legislation next
which would aggravate
year. i f matters.1
The 44-year-old attorney generalwho

I was moved up from the dep- Is Presented Award I a4t

fl f !.utys job to succeed Herbert By Alpha Beta Chapter
\ &&tf& ? "" < '\
mimm\\r\\ *mrwmmimmm* i* m "" *M Brownell, voiced the belief that V I

the civil.rights question was fully TALLAHASSEE Dr. Emmett I

debated last summer and that it W. Bashful professor of political: !!

c would be "just as well not to have science and chairman of the department : -

another debate of. that kind at of political science. at .
# this session." Florida A. and M. University, was S-y -j

Rogers: noted that the Civil presented the Social Action .

Rights Commission created by the Award by Alpha Eta Chapter of 1 full size Florence Range Installed
1957 law is charged with examining ,Phi Beta Sigma fraternity at its
the possibility of further leg'i i annual program recently. The with large tank of gas and Bath Room

islation. He made it clear he in award was' presented "in recognition Heater FREE! -
tends to mark time on the com I of meritorious service in

mission's findings. The newly :the field of'social action and civil

roI named commission has not yet I rights." Only $ 149 95 S

started work. Dr. Bashful, the citation. noted,
Noting that the, new law is i jis a native of New Roads La.
mainly designed to.*protect voting He received the B. S. degree from t
rights, Rogers, said "'It. Is our I j Southern University in Baton

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Week EmHnr Satwday, DeeetsbeVi...*.,._198T_

I News Of Interest From All Sections Of Beautiful Florida 'I

HILLMAN ...- ', ...
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Oscar I. Hillman, president of STANTON- ,

the Florida Negro Funeral Direc.1 I ,.. I The YOUth-r Simpson Metho- CONCERT

tors and Embalmers Association!', The advisory colincil of New dist Church will present in song I

Inc., owner-manager of Hillman- Stanton Senior High School held and tableau the Nativity and The nationally known Bethane-+
Pratt Funeral Home, 525 West its regular'monthly meeting last other scenes during a candlelight Cookman Choir along with the

Beaver street, sat with the Florida musical Sunday December 22, at College Symphonic Band under

State Board of Funeral DIrectors Friday morning. 7 p. m., in the church auditorium. the direction of L. Allen Pyke

and Embalmers in the I(I Ways and Means of Improvingthe Serving as narrators for this will be presented in a Christmas

George Washington Hotel here recently ,, Effectiveness of the Testing occasion will be Miss Rose Jacobs Concert, Monday, December 18, at

to consider applications of Program, was one of the main and Miss Doris Grooms. Music for 8:00 p.m. in the College Audito-
the .I'I the occasion will be provided by
examinations for funeral directors topics discused at this meeting 3 rium.
and embalmers. I I the combined choirs. j I Bud
I I I It was whole heartedly agreed' College Symphonic
Hillman has been an assistant _____ Miss Rosa Walker will appear|will render "A Christmas Fan
by all members of the council __
examiner almost ever since he iear' as Mary and Lucius :Morgan as tasy." The Band and Choir will

received his license in 1939. ItI that the school should proceed'! Joseph. Shepherds are Frank Cooper -[feature as their joint selection
is believed that because of his |with the intensification of this Jr., Vaughn Cooper and '-The Hallelujah Chorus" from

,ability and demeanor. in aiding vital aspect of the learning pro-' 4 Lewis Carter, Jr. The three wise I Handel's "Messiah" which win

the state board in this manner, .cess at New Stanton. men will be portrayed by John V also be directed by U Allen Pyke.

a sizable sum was allocated for {Thomas Jr., Tyrone Williams and ,
I r wy; I I Soloist for the Choir are: Laura
the association he now heads to I I'I Principal Charles D. Brooks I Tommie Walker I Bell, soprano, a Junior from

dispense as scholarships to en. presided over 'the meeting and Other participants are Miss Bainbridge, Georgia; Nancy Herring .

coUrage young men and young co-ordinated the various problemsand Carrie Walker who wU portray I contralto, a Sophomorefrom

women to enter the profession. concerns being discussed by "Love." Angels are Miss Barbara St. Petersburg, Florida;

For three years Hillman was the council He mentioned the Walker, Miss Gloria Glover, Miss I Dorothy Hooks, contralto, a Junior

president of the Fifth Regional of Gwendolyn Jordan Miss Hrene from Clearwater and Marcellus -
fact that each department OBSERVE EVENT ,
Some of the central cele.1
figures: who participated In
District of the Florida Negro ,the school was given an additional I bratlon of the Upsilon Lambsa Chapter of Alpha Pill Founders Day Jones, :Miss Letha Jean Kirby Wynn, baritone, a Senior
Funeral Fraternity held at Edward Waters
Directors and Embalmers'j sum of money at the beginning are shown here. From left are: Dr. W. B. Stewart, Edward Waters College Miss Christie Morgan and Miss' .from Marianna. Mattie Clinton, a
College President
Association Inc., during which! James H. Walker.GROUND from Ft. Pierce Is the
Georgia Sophomore
of the school year in huger who was the Founders' Day speaker Dr. ,R. W. Puryear, President of Florida. Normal
a number of new firms ,
were directed
accompanist. The Chair is
order to purchase additional in. and W. T. Harper president of the chapter.
added to the group and the spirit BREAKINGSET .by Thomas D. Demps.
itructional materials for their re-
of harmony and cooperation was spective departments. Mr. Brooks airrcinjM AT STRANDRobert ROYAL PALM CLUB MATRONS COUNCIL FOR SUNDAY The concert is being presented
very high. has recently been I

reestablished in the office as ,lUso' stated that such funds were I TO MEET SUNDAY CALLED SATURDAY I The Pickett-Moncrief. Health.under Departmentand the auspices There of will the be Music no

President of the Fifth District 'made available as a result of the .. Center, will observe its Ground.
1 I charges all are invited to
which will have Mrs. Preston i forthcoming Christmas Rhapsody, The Royal Palm Christmas Club Royal Queen L. Cain and breaking ceremonies Sunday at attend.
Puggsley, president of the State which is an attempt on the part I I ,
will hold
Y its regular monthly Deputy A. M. Frazier are callingall 3 pon the new site, one block t

Funeral Directors and Embalmers jf the school to serengthen those meeting Sunday at 3:30 p.m. in matrons, Joshuas, secretaries: from the corner of Moncrief Rd.,
Association Auxiliary as guest at areas which are weak in Instructional ., the home of Miss Carrie Frazierat and U. S. Highway 1.
its January meeting.CRUSADERS t 1162 and members in good and in po sThis: 111
aides and supplies. W. Fourth Street. project was begun in 1941 .

Members. of the V advisory are V: I I The importance of the meeting session of the Past Matrons degree when the Pickett-Moncrief Health

VIE as follows: Charles D. Brooks., is of interest to all members and to be present Saturday at Council was organized. A permit

FOR HONORSThe principal; Elwood Banks, assistant .' 'u I i a one hundred per cent attendance 5 p.m. at the Masonic Temple, I'far the building has been secured

principal; Mrs. Juanita G. S. \1 4? i is expected. 410 Broad Street. and a group of volunteer craftsmen ll l I

field marshals of the Wayatt dean of girls; Mrs. E. B. t The Past Matrons Council of will begin construction on

Masonic Crusaders Council, at Lcvingood, librarian; Miss Lau. 4 the Heroines of Jericho will meetat December 18.

Daytona Beach, Palatka, and venia E. Solomon, counselor; K>. WOBSPROGRAM the same hour. Final reportswill
Jacksonville are in a contest for ,James P. Small, head coach. '" V k4 be made which is a part of '

the holiday honors. I Mrs. Mildred J. Hampton, chiir- : h.ty the business agenda. Matron M. r s r I :
Contestants are Fred Collins of :man .of the art department; Mrs. ,ay4 Scruggins is scribe. Y

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ORANGE BOWL IN MIAMI will be the scene of
t I HARVEY BROOKINS, the 5 foot 8 inch 175 pound
clash between the State Hawks -
the 1957
Maryland ,
i 4 halfback of the Columbia University Lions is called "The
of the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Asso- TAMPA-One of the deadliest I
4 in the business I Iron. Man" because he was able to go the route in the
punchers boxing
tiation and the Florida A. and M Rattlers. Champions of ;;
today is Cleveland Williams, Tam games played by his team. Through the Lions first seven
Southern Athletic Conference in the ,. ..
the Intercollegiate pa's gift to the ring who has ;I 5' 4. games Brookins was "in there: for the whole 60 minutes.He .

ORANGE BLOSSOM\ CLASSIC.The stopped six consecutive rivals this :.:Y ..>, ': went 53 minutes against Princeton and Yale; 56
game between the FloridaA 1 year.Williams minutes 58 minutes Brown and
against Lehigh against ,
and M University Rattlers and title-holders Florida A and II who stands 6 feet 2 ;

the Maryland State College ('University the Rattlers-will be inches and weighs 205 pounds .59_minutes,i ,against Harvard. .

Hawks will only be an anticlimax seeking their first win in three has kayoed 33 of his opponents r5'e FRANK LANE, the new general -,

to the observance of the Classics. They were defeated 28- in scoring 37 victories. The bolting manager of the Cleveland In.i for January 16, at the Cow Palace .

silver jubilee of this spectacle 21 by Grambllng College in 1955 slugger has lost only two dians of the American League is in San Francisco. Calhoun is

which will be held in Miami's ind edged out 41.39 by Tennessee fights but evened the count with going to use every bit of the the third ranking middleweight

spacious Orange Bowl Saturdayat A. and H University in 1956. one of those who beat, him in a baseball psychology he has to at.'fighter

8 p. m. I Gaither, who has never had an :return match.. Sylvester Jones tempt to lure Al Rosen back in. JIM NETRO. manager of Car-

The celebration moves into high undefeated and untied season in iron from Williams in the first h r to an Indian uniform. Rose was'en Basilio has scheduled a con.

gear when top sports personalities i lis 12 years as head mentor at meeting and Bob Satterfield are ti # / at one time one of the key figures I ference with Jim Norris. presidentof

from every nook and corner Florida A and M, is hoping that the only two fighters to beat 55 in the Cleveland lineup. Should the International Boxing Clubon

of the United States pay tribute his will be his year.TUNNEL ., him.Close p'I Lane be able to entice Rosen to I a winter fight that would

& to J. R. E Lee, Jr., founder and j i followers of the fight returq to baseball, the Cleveland bring together again Basilio the

developer of the Orange Blossom g a m e have predicted a very .. Indians will have one of the best champion and Sugar Ray Robin.

Classic in a testimonial
at the Miami Beach Auditorium i seems to be pushing his way to r i CLARENCE PEAKS, the for. middlewcights. Notre said he understands

Friday night December 13. I.I the tap in the heavyweight divi mer Michigan State star has con. that Miami, Chicagoand

Bands will be playing, people\" PRO FOOTBALL sion. From the way Williams has : .r .' tinued to shine brilliantly for the Los Angeles are interestedm
been belting his opponents it Philadelphia Eagles. Peaks has
will be marching, and when the appears securing the match Sugar
certain that Tampa can : been one of the big reasons the I Ray has made no plans concernIng -
ends than
shouting more 100,000
persons will have enjoyed a pic- FOR BUSINESSNEW point toward its son as a heavyweight lb4Y ; : .h ::11J1 :1\// Eagles have been able to give the a return match and said he
contender : : other members of the
turesque affair which was 25 ? ,., : league a doesn't know whether he will or

years in the making.The I r Y' I M, tough way to go Peaks has lost not. Should the bout be scheduledit
'! none of the zip that carried him would either be sometimes in
Florida A and M University .
YORK-Emlen Tunnell, 'a' 1: !" 4Y
gridiron fame with
Michigan February or March.
"Marching 100" and the the first tan star to play with I I .
: ,
game roundout the tri-feature the New York Giants TWO TAN, STARS ., .
professional wdML Ht
a. ,. BIG
weekend. Dr. Pat Foster, has football team and one of the I, Browns is one of the most Maryland State Hawks will be In
prepared another interesting performance t float spectacular players to .t
perform I ST. LOUIS The Louis THE HAWKS Alonzo Vereen talked of football in
which begins with the in professional football hung'I St. READY .FOR players the there against the powerful Florida

four-mile- long, float loaded, colorful 3p his togs and put his cleatsin Cardinals have acquired two more the big 200 pound fullback from Ocala is all set to game because today and well may It be A and Rattlers when they meet
I he not only broke the
parade to be held Saturday the corner at the end of the Negro players. thereby bringing go at full speed against the Maryland State Hawksin the Hawks In the 25th Orange
I eague record for most yards Blossom Classic In the Orange
afternoon through the heart of football season to put them on the total number in the Red Bird the ORANGE BLOSSOM\ CLASSIC. 'Al is shown in gained In a single game; 287 In Bowl In Miami. Dement has Joined .

the city. I no more will Join a refrigeration:or organisation 39. This figure the picture just as he will appear in one of his 31 attempts, but he moved Into such stellar performers as little
4 There will be hundreds of glam firm.
and' beautiful women becomes significant in the_ organization poses wile he is on the move for the Florida A and i commanding in yardage gain. Jimmy Dunn of the University of
orous queens The 6 foot one inch 200 pound
In their own right to take backfield star Joined the Giants I which: until the new owner M Rattlers. Vereen has carried the brunt of the burden ed. Brown's coach at Syracuse I Florida and Little Eddie LeBarono
t University said the big has I
man the
part and witness the activities of n_948 and has been a sensa- ship in 1953, was completely void at fullback this season for Jake Gaither's Ratt- not professional Washington
yet reached
peak as a Redskins to prove to the world.
this event. The queen of all don from the Jump. He leads the !lot Negro players. lers. Vereen averaged 5.3 fcer carry in 1956. His member of the champion Cleveland that the old Idea that football
schools that have participated input Giants in interceptions ,and punt I
The. acquisition came in the far brilliant The Hawks Browns.
invitedto 1957 record has been more \ was just a game of Brawn was
Classics have been -eturns. His record for consecutive '
chare these festivities. games will stand for a longtime first trade of Bing Devine as will see quite a bit of the gentleman from Ocala THE REV. HENRY ARM wrong. They let the world know
STRONG who. was known as that a little brain could be mixed
I and it in the ORANGE BOWLIN
To highlight the two-day affair general manager when the two teams meet "Hammerin
Hank" of the rings with brawn. Out of 38 at.
Rattler Head Coach Jake Gaither I Tunnell, one of the first tan' Cincinnati Redleg outfielders DECEMBER 14.
MIAMI: the
-- .- _' fighter in history to tempts. Dement has hit th tar.
u all, set to me4t the Marylandhate players to enter the major root- ------ -- -- -
Curtis Flood and Joe Taylor. I hold three world titles at" the get for 19 completions with four.
College Hawks on the gridiron ball loop entered In story book
Flood, ,only 20 years old and 'SIGNS YANKEES TO DRAW same time. He held the feather. going for touchdowns.
Saturday night The Hawks style. He merely walked Into the
weight and welterweight chamlionshlps. LARRY the hard hitting .
with two experience,
Giants front office and asked for Just years
1967 champions oL the- -Central CONTRACTFOR ON AREA VACATEDBY .
.la was obtained according to De- triple champion outfielder of the Chicago
Athletic Association job
Intercollegiate ; aid down the gloves for the BI. White Sox has and
vine "for his potential- 1958 SEASON MOVING TEAMSNEW gone
have a seven 'game recordof He was born in Ohio but attended I
Iowa where he starred on It is, a different story 'with "' le. He is now a mister mof the of course it was predicted that it
601. Their only blemish is --
& T-T deadlock with Morgan StateiCoBege. the gridiron playing offensive Taylor, however. The 6-1, 185 LOS ANGELES-Roy C mpa. YORK-With the Dodgers gospel.RANDY would happen just.as soon as Al
With the Giants he pound right hand swinger was catcher of the TURPIN, the British Lopez was secured as managerof
backfield. ella, the iron-man and the Giants .moving outf ight
secured to the bench. heavyweight champion won the Sox. AI was manager ,at
played defensive backfield. Tune strengthen Dodgers has, signedhis
The undefeated Southern Intercollegiate Los Angeles ) NeW York area the Yankees
an eight round,
revealed at Colorado technical knockout Cleveland when Doby was shipped
Athletic Conference nell is unmarried but he did' purchase I I It was : 1958 contract which calls rill have the 8,000,000 folks all
I a home for his mother from Springs, Colo., where the for a cut In salary due to his themselves and they are going recently over Germany's Uwe I away and now it happened
I to I
I In
I' scheduled
a 10-round
deal was consumated between again under the manager but it
his football earnings. disaPPointro'season ill out to swell the attendance at
.1 i I match
of Turpln can be remember.
Tour I Coach Jim Lee Howell of the Redlegs took ,advantage this Campy, was the third Dodgerto heir I I was an established fact that man
I I Paul and Birdie Teb- : games. I, d as the man who once defeated ager Lopez and Doby did not hit
Manager team to I I
Giants openly expressed his regrets sign since the moved The first move made by the -
_ LuclwNumbers' on losing one. of the best betts, that the Cardinals at- the coast. The terms of the. con. Yankees was to promote Jerry most Sugar Ray Robinson and was'aI.. off together,so WelL
slaughtered Ina
football players pro ball Tun.I tempted to secure Taylor last tract was not announced but it Coleman from a player status to match. return EDDIE BRANNICK, secretaryof
I to from Seattle. At that time, I the New York-San Ftandsco
nell said he would like year was Indicated by vice presidentE. executive status with his due
main in football in some Frank Lane, then Redbird GM J. Buzzle" Bavasl that It en to be announced. Cole- WILT (The Stilt) Chamberlains i Giants has been connected with
capa.1 I yet to his
( city but the offer from was willing to go as high as would be around 30000.: man's salary was boosted to $20, .. _up__ i tricks again._. In. 1 the 'Giants for more than 50
frigeration firm was too $50,000 for the .305 -hitter. The A question was asked about J f'000 % game against t Oklahoma state: :years. Brannick was asked what

Lucky Days, Lucky Colors five to turn down. .,IUCl'a-1 I Redlegs took advantage of theis the catcher's ailing hand, Campy j I Double-duty a year. Elston Howard is which was won by the Universityf he thought about Hank Aaron
BY ASTROLOGYGiven I ) Kansas, Wilt hit the basketor winning the most valuable player
with the West
Football said Tunnell working agreement
experts himself
answered question the tan with the '
only player
: ,
Each Week'In has' been acredlt to his racial I Ilentage. Coast league and brought upi saying it was fine. ''I don't think I Yankees at present. Howard is 30 points for the winners. The award. He said: "Aaron has great
i ong, lean and lanky basketbaUer ability and hustle he did as muchto
Taylor themselves.,
Your WeeklyHOROSCOPE i i i It will give me any trouble unless :an outfielder catcher and first
>f the
University of Kansas was win the pennant and the World
GUIDE it Is hit by a foul tfp.w The :baseman. He has been a very
I chosen on the basketball All- Series as for the Braves as the
_ Send $2.00 Four Your Horo 1958 season will be Roy's eleventh, :valuable man to the Yankees. !American team last year. Milwaukee

scope Guide with lucky numbers 7firJ//.Packed Football from Whlsf/e, fe .Wh'st'- with the DodgersCampanella I I ARCHIE MOORE, world's light THE NEW pitching'stafl.ORLEANS. PELICANS i
lucky days lucky colors. \ 25th ANNUAL flew to.to the and. % returned .I heavyweight champion will take of the Southern Association .
For The Week of Dec. 23 (The from New York sign WILLIE MAYS on Louis Ignade, Brazilian champion
ORMIGEClASSIC to New York. He bail he I will again enter a team in
orders for Dec 23 week must in the light
will lease a house In the California heavyweight the league according:- to an announcement
be received by Dec. 19.) division In a 10-round match in ,
Enclose a stamped envelope. r BLOSSOM ly with city him.In order 'to have his,,famU NOT FOR SALE"STONEY" December. Moore is guaranteed Directors.made A boyott by the bY.Negro Boardof

-0Fill $5,000 for the-bout but his title I supporters last season came near
will not be at stake. Moore de.,to driving the Pelicans out of

In and Mail to: .. SAYSNEW 'eated Roger Rbcher recently In organized baseball. They are going .

ATTENTIONChurch Portland, Oregon In a non-title to try it agan.
ZODIAC YORK President Hor- bout. The champ weighed 192 and FOLLOW TIlE CROWD TO

a Stoneham of the San FranCisco Blather 184. '
I P.'O. Box 7S2Jacksonville ace weighed MIAMI to attend the 25th gameof

1 Fla. ReportersClub Giants was very emphatic RORY CALHOUN the hard. the ORange Blossom Classic.
: Reporters :recently when he made it clearly punching middleweight who re-!The crowd will be there. Will

Name ........._.............. I understood that one million dol- cently defeated Bobby Boyd in .you:
UNDEFEATED .. Socialites ars will not be enough money to I two rounds has signed to meet I I SMOOTHE SAILING UNTIL

ADDRESS .................. FLA. A & M UNIVERSITY .s I buy his prize outfielder Willie Spider Webb in a 10-round match 'WE :MEET AGAIN.
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Birthday .................... UNDEFEATEDMARYLAND Willie Mays has been called
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'. -- ''JOQMS; For Ret t' til ... SUPPORT ( HtR1 O 110 G .4 watching Championship see tea whal.Bill m3R0We Nunn are I
FOJR 'A\LEl: ligSTe
| l s I 'fi', jTlie, ..UrDan'. Ric Roberts' and, the rest of FA. *
<:'" V -01 ; Modern Furnished Room. 127 Car. 0., S- .
.* -* "' elation
; FOX JACKET I The By JAY JAY MU's "Northern" public !
Us1'f.l Attend
l Phone EL
$45.00Excellent oline Street. ..... i t iI staff will do whew time comes to *

.. Conditon 4PATRONIZE "Fashion Extravaganza"Friday THE :HAWK paid his first visit of the season t*> ,select the mythical AllAmericanand *

Phone EV 9-4746 l FLORIDA STARADVERTISERS ; Dec 13 8:30 PJH. Jacksonville{ ,.a few days ago. By the "Hawk" we are refering I National Champs.feel that the 14th *
;" NEW STANTON AUDITORIUM to Old Man Winter. Frost was much in evidence Most
close to Saint *
is too
in all parts of t' e city. Many autos of doubtful vintage of December the
failed to start of those mornings. We ,Nicktime. :Many are passing *
and ancestry? som f
,hope that. this Is: the last before Christmas. For my part game up. Then there is the question t *

I darns ure: don't want a 'Whiife Christmas" or even a.gray of hotel accomodations.There
i ain't none. J. D.' Brooks is one *
g-PcEI Sofa Bed oneis
Group -- I II
I There one thing about this of the few folk who had foresight. --::
i.I enough to reserve his suite early.Word
i town whenever it is cold or raining squad to restore order. Over $10- :
comes to us that Marie *
all of the members of the 000 In property was destroyed.)I r
REG. $119.95SPECIAL i;fair sex crawl up in a corner and But, the local affair was given :,Adams, the former Pepsi-Cola '
can find them at home. It more space in the dailies. One ,girl is doing nicely in Miami. She
I is creating a stir among the ;
may: be fun to walk in the rain was played up and the other wolves and in some circles.A. /We da -
1 or play in the snow_but the folkin played down. .
I P. Perkins and Jimmy
Mother i
JacksonvUe will never know I Thought we were in heaven the i
Johnson (Brooklyn Jimmy) joinedthe
$7995 : about it. At the first sign of a : Iight.Ve visited the Elk's j list of new car buyers. Both
the girls start telling Rest to attend the Beautician's I
[cold spell
bought the new Chevy sports car
I In fact all of the I.BalL The women outnumbered the i II
fellows no.
I 'looking hardtop. euc
cateredto men six to one and all were good
SAVE.$40.00 I spots looked as tho they j jookers. '
I Ethel and Barbara Spears
WEEK. stags only.Rumors I
ONLY $1.50 PER are persisting around i were among those present. At A tip of the Pepsi Cupto
authorities may con- I their table they had a Mrs.? ROOSEVELTMIDNIGHT these outstanding
j MEMBER, FNB sider town stripping that the StantonGilbertseries Thomas from Chattanooga who is'' young make our Americans country who and

". # CHARGE PLAN because of the recent out- a. widely reknown hair stylist. TONIGHTand our community a better
Ethel and Barbara are homies so place in which to live.
break of hoodlumism followingthe SUN..TUES-Dec. 1517'ADULTS
We don'tthink they had lots to talk about. John *
East-West Classic.
EXTRA there is any truth to that. Pickens. Alfred Harrell H. C. 24Y; v4I * *
SOFA BED CHAIR LAMPS Donald and George Washingtonwere
12 PIECE Why should so much furore be
among the local wolves on iC
raised item when such
over one
2 END TABLES COCKTAIL. TABLE SET 0 F .DISHES outfits as "The Turtleneck" gang hand to Help entertain the out-of- iCiC
town beauticians.
$1.00 have been terrorizing white
2 PILLOWS J. T. Reed. Schlitz Beer driver
Cash And Carry schools and communities for -tciC
and salesman invited all.of his
I Ii Ir
several years. The mild ,happenings -
riends to attend the housef
out East were child's play f-tc
the Neal Tyler Company's new .:
compated to the Miami fracas.Following .
Eagle Furniture Co. a game between two building. The open house is scheduled "i;
for 19th. He will
Miami teams, nearly three thousand
be on hand to greet you. The new ,1
47887 teen-agers and adults rioted.It ,
230 Broad Street Phone: Elgin took fire hoses and a riotI building is located out in the I i ....
Beaver and Cassat Avenue Industrial -i .<.' .
: section. "' n" J.
a i sasaaa iai sft ANN'FLOYD
Williams Buick Company has LETIIERA

i announced the hiring of J. D. New Stanton Senior K
!\ Brooks as a new car salesman. *
I- s High School
I -J' ... B Brooks is well known to most
<< Vodka ''e ..: Pepsi Cola Dealers and Pepsi *
Jaxons. He is a pioneer in the
: Cola Bottling Co. are proud -tc
,' field of direct selling among
: tt to salute Lethera Ann Floydof *
in Jacksonville. Another
: :\, ; Negroes
'" J the 10th grade class! She
...._'_.:.-., 4.oz'i:1 I salesman making a n enviable is a member of the Student *
II record is Joe of Presto. 40c *
McCray --
'j. ,' Council and an honor stu.
_, .,' ...... f .:"r" n Pride. Folk are talking to his' KIDS-15c dent. *
1 ., of'. ; : new method of cooking in droves.
.j.". I, .,i1 k. : :: '.,i.' >- i. Mrs. I. E. Williams is as busyas 1r**********

0 p.i. r'.; a bee being Mrs. Clubwomanthis T
t.., r "_ '-.<. ,. ..:....."4..,._. _,. l! week. She is directly in 1 p.m. Dee. 21st {( t

*t r.d 1 YhrtI ,,1 '."' -l.: DJ' charge of arrangements for the GIGANTIC ON STAGE iCfiC
J ;-' r' ; 1A "Salute to Negro Women" 'wh1 b ROCK'N ROLL SHOW! -

.. .,i. .;i" ., is in town. Several outstanding ie't
,: !' ,:( ,- female personalities in the field STRAND SUN..WED. ie ;t
whoa h -trl:: >; of Negro journalism along with DEC. 1S-18
'- "Httle Jake" Gaither are among 2 BIG TECHNICOLOR lOTS! iC {
r.;: ;: I t- I those in the entourage. A cocktail Robert Mitchom In iC.... I
: party in honor of the visitors was iC j" .. :. :
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; : I held at the : ,. I
,. Ted Redding homeon iC ; .
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I Thursday night Friday night iC :. ,.
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: ," 1 I Mary Betsch entertained, complete 4 GIRLS IN TO N"TINRSSAT. ", ,;A'jiC
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with live music and all the
I;' t trimmings. By the way Mrs DEa 19-21 BETTYE JEAN ASQUE
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New Stanton Senior
I ; t Betsch tells up that Marvyene TYRONE POWER"ABANDON iC
: I Io I will arrive from Europe on the SHIP" High School
The selection of Maryland Staten also"TEENAGE- :'t Bettye Is a member of the
I 7' 12th grade class. She Is a
the Classic left a sour taste
tjy* ,w. '" )!I DOLL"MIDNIGHT iC
"" member of the Annual Staff,
wv in the mouths
I of many We think
iC Journalism Club, Stanto
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J. :'" .Of." I hat. Jake's excuse for avoiding
: I RAMBLEON MusI-Cho and Is affiliated
I': :;t-- .! IiI II I Tennessee State sounded awful STAGE SAT. DEC. 21st with the St. Pius Catholic
!.. L veak. The boys on the Blocks say j T'
k ? that the head Rattler wants no "TAN TORRID Church.

J ; 0 a I I'W ,t The part Tennessee of Gentry's team Giants lost, this only year.four I AND 30 ENTERTAINERS TERRIFIC" ..J1I....

I i men from last year's National }(

& Well, at present there are well over 100 4 ..ice I S : tcIe

I", brands of vodka. And if vodka drinkers ... :' RITZ THEATRENOV r

act somewhat puzzled when exposed to v :.t. 3 r_

I. this imposing. array-it's to be under _. 1 l l60RDOq = PLAYING : eL tc

\\2 stood. However, out of all of these vod J JJl \ "LURE OF THE SWAMP" ,

kas,only one vodka qualifies as the vodka. i .. : / __ j SUNDAY.TUESDAY DEO. 15-17 ,6 d'/ ." .. ', .E.
I j "ROCABILLY BABY"AND ;:t :.... "
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: .- And that's Gordon's Vodka-proud :i i. 1 3 CECILIA EDNA, DAWKINS iC
product of the supreme distilling stand i "YOUNG AND DANGEROUS"STARTS New Stanton Senior -tc
High -+c
.. i ards behind famous Gordon's quality. Each = I flhI WEDNESDAY DEO. 18 Tribute la paid to Cecilia of iC

"NO DOWN PAYMENT' the llth grade class. She Is
precious drop is imbued with the specialized
AND a member of the Blathemat- f
skill and care that it could get only .
Ics Club, Organ Class, Student
from Gordon's-the distiller famed 'for Council and the Honor
o I over 188 years as the producer of the -tc

11 world's finest gin. OD I * *

SEAFOOD Center *

Gordon's Vodka is. liquid poetry. incOmparably 3/ -
Congratulations from Pepd
smooth...astonishingly. dry i CORNER MYRTLE AVENUE AND ADAMS Cola to these three Merit

:.- '.::. ...with an amiable mixability that makes** Awarad winners!

:.,: .- each drink nothing less than perfect. So, ..,. BULL WHITING _________________-___ Lb. 25c :It Listen salutation to Pepsi on Merit Pepsi Award Cola

drink-GOrdon's is ; : : SHEEPHEAD _________________________ Lb. 29c w TEEN-TUIE WRHO, 1400
if vodka is
your ,
your r-s FANCY ROE MULLET _____________ Lb. 29c on your dial Saturdays
ttNWt COtDCW VOXAITttBSTMKX. ? 10:45 to 11:45 AJL
added that
brand. Enjoy pleasure BUCK SHAD, first: of season---_______ Lb. 29c *

,.." Gordon's Vodka can give..Enjoy. he added BLACK SEA BASS ___-_____--:-______ Lb. 32c

;...",> S: satisfaction of knowing.'tkat you vodka : .' LARGE FLOUNDER ____________.:._- Lb. 35c *

.. is the vodka. .. :t :0-; SPECKLED TROUT _________________ Lb. '49c *

I FRESH WATER CATFISH _____...1_______ Lb. 49c *

: ;:' .: SMALL BUTTERFISH ________________ Lb. 25c .*

SNAPPER STEAK __________-__-_-___ Lb. 59c

<.!t'? FLORIDA LOBSTER _____-_______ Lb. 49c _

I: GQRD OffSVODKA ,.. SPANISH MACKEREL ____-_________ Lb. 3Sc

: l' t : "4 j sSfe- .FREE PARKING SPACE SIDE AND BEAR OaDealers

f IJ,.'.>< **1.; the name. that- makes it better.s r TIlE SEAFOOD CENTER CJ

GIINN'S V@fBKA lito PROOF .- 196 NWTWtL SPIIITS tISt1U.ED FROM GRAIN Myrti AT.. ud Achum --- Phoae E1.4-1468

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