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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 21, 1957
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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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 21, 1957
Publication Date:


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


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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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Preceded by:
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E Negroes Is Criticized 1 '.


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OCALA-Robert Wellborn, 40- K He Showered With

year-old white liquor store opera- I GiftsI

tor, has been charged with murder

... In the fatal shooting of Tom Hill

Jr., ,a Negro resident of Gaines- I
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i '10-' ville.Sheriff shooting occurred F. L. McGehee on the said parking the "I JUST WENT BLANK" KILLER I LANDLORD HELD DINSMORE MAN 1

x .lot of on the U.Club S. Highway Bali. Negro 27 north-nightclub i :SOBS;; "I GAVE HER EVERYTHING";FOR SHOOTING I DIESINWRECKWITIIAT1IAIN

:". west of Ocala, about 1:15 A.M. .it I

Well-1' :> :: By Staff JERRY Correspondent NEWTON 1 OF HIS TENANT

:the liquor store adjacent to the : ;:' ,, ': '.,(,:' ,*-::,: ,. "t-,. ,. ': : < ,:';:,., A young, shapely, peach-colored practical nurse who\

Club Bali parking* lot complainedabout :: 1; 1ltJ <.j; parlayed her beauty to finish her high school educationand back A local landlord was arrestedlast A pulpwood worker was killed
I. : \; in practicar nursing got the trip I
noise made by a group 6f ..' ,- .,. get a course had Saturday, December 7 and this week when the truck he was
wihch her "sugar daddy"
Negro men and women gathered I home for Christmas I held for the shotgun slaying of driving ran into the path of an
nromiscd her..
fr a tennant following;>> an argument eastbound 14-car passenge.v train
outside, Investigating officers said. / x far different
I'But the trip was
"al.1'owance"ot'from between the landlord and his at the Atlantic Coast Line track ..

;' ..-' After an, exchange. of.\ rds between -, % j omctkj&ipne-'arriving. *'*_she--'"*,, 'hadplaaned.'Instead tn-ene'. .*> -of..the.. gifts ,.and given her$15 a to-$2O'weeky each: tennant. Thtshpoting.occurred: at at_ Brandy Branch Road., ,.* ,
Wellborn and an unidentified 1052 Arey Street.
;; The victim was 30 old
boy- year
her elderly
'Negro man Wellborn returned stunning outfits the landlord,
Boisey Taylor
... ,,, to be wel- week.GAVE EVERYTHING Perry Brown of Dinsmore who
her HER
:0 : friend had bought
to his trailer, got a 30-30 rifle, went to the home of Joe White ".. .
relatives full of accused murderer said dryly met his death while making a des- ".
and fired it twice into the air, ; r 1 comed by happy The and told him that he and his wifei
fi- she Is". He perate attempt to keep his truck
"Two-Timing "I her where
the Christmas spirit, : put
it was reported. i I Rosalie would have to move be-
: .. According to Wellborn the shot : ... Theresa" will arrive at Macon, told a FLORIDA STAR Reporterthat (cause they were drinking and from running into the train's path.A .
f ." white encasedin sent her through passenger on the truck, Roger
Ga. in a shroud of he had
that killed Hill was fired accidentally :: causitg a disturbance. Police re-
while Wellborn scuffled with f a wooden box Dead. nursing school, bought all her,ported that while the argument Majette, 19, of 2667 W. EdgewoodAve.
and later a ., said he and Brown saw the
books and clothing
another member of the group near r Twenty-nine year old Theresa i i was going on, Boisey Taylor shot
[ and engagementring train and heard the Diesel's horn
} the car in which Hill was sitting / Marion Warner who resided at wedding Joe White with a 12 guage single
but the brakes failed on the
.- with several other companions... 216 West State Street came to set costing i barrell shotgun and hit his wifeRosalie
.... He said the Monday before thetragic southbound truck, loaded with
VICTIM OF JILTED LOVER Theresa Marion end last Saturday .
Sheriff McGehee said. Shapely her tragic I over the head with the
"' Witnesses, however, said there Warner who was fatally shot five time .by her elderly sweetheartwhen afternoon when her elderly "sugar I I' incident he bought her a 1 pine logs.

:" was no scuffle according to Mc- she refused to ride in his car and turned. to leave with daddy" whose company she spurned i I i record player that cost him $200, gun.When Patrolmen J. H. Tillman I Majette managed to leap clearof

... Gehee. Hill, sitting in the front another man last Saturday afternoon, is seen here. Her ,killer, for a popular playboy .contractor -I bot she returned: it when the delivery and I/ C. Higginbotham arrivedat I the truck seconds before the

,' seat of the car: between two women Willie Jones who is being held 'in Duval* County jail is seen in pumped, five bullets into : man took it to her home.I the White home, they found' crash. *

:. was hit in the right arm and the inset at bottom. her shapely body. I I I gave her everything she the body of Joe White on the Brown was trapped inside the

., side with the bullet lodging In his Witnesses told investigating of- ,I i wanted", the dejected man mut- kitchen floor with a gunshot twisted wreckage as the truck

.body. He was pronounced dead on I fleers that tlicVjpung woman :i tered. Jones said he had decided wound in his right chest. A paring crumpled and its heavy load be-

arrival at an Ocala hospital. PLAN TO DENY VOTING RIGHTS came downstairs.'.from D u v no I .II to go back to New York and live II knife said to have been in I camo embedded in the front of
I but after Theresa promised to
the locomotive $
Capt. George Smith of the Medical Center where she was 'possession of Rosalie White dur
him he made his mindto
sheriffs department said when ho employed at about 3:05: p.m. last I' marry up I'I ing the argument was found on The train was enroute from St.

and other deputies arrived at the OF NEGROES BLASTED BY NAACPBIRMINGHAM Saturday' afternoon and went The remain man here.-who. found' himself. the floor by the kitchen door. Petersburg to Jacksonville with

scene Wellborn was being protected over to a 1947: Chevrolet sedanin I I Police reported that all three had Engineer L. J. Dean, 57, of"High
being thrown aside for a more
t:_, from a "large crowd, of ,which her 48-year-old boy been drinking. Springs at the -controls. lie said
dapper man had been separatedfrom I I
r Negroes milling around" by two Ala. One of the most drastic steps ever friend. Willie Jones of 1026 Pearl The body was taken to the his brakeman first saw the truck -
his wife for a number of I
off-duty Ala h\lo County Negro taken to disfranchise Negro citizens has brought a verbal blast from Street was sitting. County Morgue where it was pro- was not going to stop and sounded
years and is the father of a 17-I
officers Deputy Sheriff Walter I the ,National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.t Jones spoke Uthe young nurse year-old girl. ounced dead by Dr. W. IL Hard- the horn as the engineer set

'..- Coleman and anA unidentified Alabama voters last Tuesday in local political offices by Negro j and she' was: herd to reply that Jones said remorsely, "I'm aw. ,man and it was viewed'by Dr. the brakes on the train.

Gainesville policeman. -a referendum authorized the Legislature citizens.A she was not j'rfng with him. fully sorry what happened, but I I Carl Wells, Duval County Medical Damage to the front end of the

i .W ilborn's bond was set at to abolish Macon County legislative committee createdin j whereupon, she 'walked across Jef- just went blank after seeing what i Examiner and Coroner Dorcas Diesel unit was estimated at
10000. rather than risk capture of its'DON'T abolition male Drake. 3000.
the amendment to study ferson street to Join another was going on after all the moneyI

,'if '- '" possibilities expected to companion.Jones spent.. Sgts. E. P. Corley, O. A. John- Road Patrolmen R. Elian andB.
i J. ,. t : r$=n :s: nn: :! n:: t= t>:! meet in January. who had driven his young i son and N. C. Carlquist of the A. Moore investigated the ac .

Roy Wilkins executive secretary sweetheart to work daily and I Homicide Division 'conducted the cident. The body was removed to .

; ,i MISS XTS"'k of the NAACP, said this picked her up"each afternoon told JAXON ROBBED investigation the County Morgue after being:,

S week: "Now that Alabama's con- this reporter that he had plannedto viewed at the scene by Justice of

N tinuing policy of depriving, Negro send her home, to Macon Ga. t the Peace, C. Oliver of Baldwin.

i 'IEfltRTOTIIEEDITOR"'r citizens of the right to vote Jms ,on Monday, Dec., 23 to spend the BYHITEMAN

-Q ; been confirmed by this drastic Christmas holidays with her rela- COURT WANTS ,

!rl ''r The "Letter To The EdItor" Citizen" 'in reality Is yours state action, It would seem that | tives. I BEVERAGE AGENT
i -giJ: > written by WHITE CITIZEN truly. Let.me. assure our the Congress should proceed to j Witnesses, told ,police the Cecil Kegler, 60, 433 Jessie] DADE SCHOOL
1 wm not In this Christ. reduce the number of its representatives LOSES HIS POST
) appear readers that is not the''case.. spurned lover: raised his .38 pistol I Street told police that two white
(. $ D i mas Edition of the FLORIDA It is not the policy of this from Alabama ,in com- and shot -sweetheart once. She, men in a 1949 Oldsmobile bearinga i FOR BEATING MAN :

: ; STAR. Instead of his regular paper to misrepresent the facts pliance with provisions of the flinched and he shot again: and Georgia tag' ran him into the 1
I" "Letter To The Editor" Dir 14th, Amendment to the U. S. SUIT BRIEFS
and the facts are ]{White the victim fell. Jones reported curb between 10 p.m. and 10:20 TALLAHASSEE A former

.l. $ Cn.tte: Citizen mailed in a check Citizen- is a good personal Constitution." to have ,fired three more shots p.m. Sunday night December 15, I f State Beverage Department en-s,
asking us to run .a Christmas friend of mine, and a friend to He described passage of .the then got out of his car and ran and one-of the men with an automatic forcement agent who was reported!:',
ad all his friends Macon County amendment as "an I 'ILUUDistrict Judge JosephP.
: wishing Negro
F .., every Negro in Jacksonville. on Jefferson Street to 11th Street revolver, dragged him out to have beaten an Apalachicola,
"--h ,,, --- .and fellow citizens Merry i' extreme effort to curtail the voting Lieb last Monday
a Oldsmobile gave oppos-
\ have promised nun that Iwill where a two toned of his car and robbed him of $241. Negro without cause lost his' final
Christmas. strength of Negro citizens. I I ing counsel until Jan. 10 to sub-
not reveal his name,, because picked him -up.3IYSTERY. Kegler_ said the bills were folded appeal for reinstatement in his '
We to Macon County is in central Alabama mit briefs on whether the consti-
I were very happy f the '
t> possible' '
persecution LOVER and held together by a rubber ,merit system job last week. :
oblige.. The ad is in his regular he or his family might face in the heart of the "black 1[ band. He said he did not know tutionality of Florida's pupil The cabinet personnel board'M1,
\ 1 space on the Editorial page-of from ."ignorant, narrow-minded belt," so-called because of the Other-sources said that the man assignment law is an issue Jn a I
either of the men who robbed him turned thumbs down to James
\, this edition. bellum white citizens region's fertile soil. While voters seen .running wa a the debonair I II Dade County school integration I ".
ante in
I and that he did not usually carrya jG. Hill's petition for review of
We will continue this now outnumber Negroes 2-1 in boyfriend whose Identity remainsa suit.
with his community.. I win. keep ,that I large amount of with 'his case. The board said there
series of letters next week, so promise. Macon, Negroes have a 7-1 advantage mystery to ,many.. Inside informants money, G. B. Graves, attorney for the
him. He did not furnish anyde- was no showing why the case .i
watch for letter No. eleven In Don't, miss pelt week's New in population. however have r Identified scription of the men. National Assn. for the Advance. I should be reviewed. *

.next week's FLORIDA STAR. Years ;.edition of the ,STAR In In-Gadsden: Rep Rains (D-Ala) the. mysterious ..:?er man as a Patrolmen C. E..Peeples and T. ment; of Colored People ,con. ..
He win .. called WilkinV statement "Silly I popular-no'tao-young playboybusiness tended in oral the
answer a letter,.written which "-*Mr. :White Citizen- J. argument assignment .J.
Hodges investigated.
to him by a "Negro Citizen' answers charges of i nderingthe and asinine.*' man. .r', law was not germane. for the school board, sought unsuccessfully -j

accusing him of hindering the Negro cause. The congressman', said, "There In an ,Interview*.with. J J1es. In The issue. Graves said, was to have the 18-month-:(.

/ Negro cause Instead of helping.The ERIC. is no doubt: that.;Alabama will Duval County Jail, where he Is Contribute Generously .that the- Dade County school old suit dismissed. Boardman said
"Negro Citizen" also makes a SIMPSON being: ;; held far homicide Investigation board "is operating a.publics that if an Issue, exists, it is 0100'I.
.. have its same number of I
the.accusation that the *White. Editor 'I. repre .: .the elderly jilted lover T'Th_ 1ioor:!system in which there is .' whether or, .not the ,assignment
LRfdI J Il Cif- sentatives, .Roy; Wllldns :notwithstanding. told: how ne: had, :showered the r-r '_ ...I"t. Segregation of the races." 'I.law Is consistent with''the TLS. 'I

." winsome ;'nurse--with"expensive: :URBAN 'LEAGUED: :Edward F. Boardmaar: counsel I I Constitution.v' '.i"'t1*3*"*
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'! : Week Ending"Saturday, December 21, 1957 t

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I I, Born Oct., 24th SCORPIO thru Nov. 22nd The Blessing Christmas, .r.rBY
THE /_:a I You should not forget those

". ',: ,f'. 0 people who think of them. The ,1
; "W' i 21st discloses that the -makingand ....
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--' \:, ''_'. The Blessings of Christmas belongs! to everyone, regardless of '
Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co. : ,end with the year and that you race, creed or religion, for it signifies all that is good and generous;
will have further excellent opportunities ''
k; -',;. I, to feather'your nest. Be the spirit of humanity; goodwill. and peace to ALL MEN L

MAIN OFFICE & PLM''T, :...... ')'i t, particularly' self-restrained so as I cept it. Let us spread the spirit

2323 Moncrief Road ..'.i....'. .."". EL 445782 I"" j- EL 4.67831. ;{1 :"! not to alienate the esteem nor This Christmas' Blessings shouldbe I of good ,will and peace. Let us t f

Downtown Brauch"Qfflce: 423 Broad* Street-Phone EL 413773-5- $o"f". :. J4't lose the support of: influential especially noted and received Incorporate in our hearts the A' .'

people. *- with great humbleness. spirit Prayer of Saint Francis of Assisi:

_u \11. 8-gO( .-33..-18- I85SSAGOITrAJUUS by the fortunate, forthere are Lord, make me a channel of Thy .' ,

Mailing Address: ,' people today experiencing unrestof peace .

:, :. P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida That where there is hatred, I may
\ ', soul and mind, and for no reason -
fErlc; :O.. Simpson. .'.......,,.......,Editor : J Barn Nov. 23rd thru Dec 21st at all except the fact that they bring love; ,

(0...Parham Johnson" .....,......:......:..News,Staff :. > '..: ." Even if there s a slow-up in possess certain physical charac- That where' there is wrong, I
o' '" your worldly affairs there is no bring the spirit of forgiveness -
Alt ruse Richardson ......Circulation Dept. J.. may "
teristics that show at a glance
etup in your personal popularity. ; r
.. __ Your' ability to attract and hold that they are of a certain lineage; !
>L } That where there is discord, I may 4.
I': Member of Associated Negro Press : staunch and fond friends* is again innocent children are being har- .' bring harmony; r:

SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 demonstrated by the 18th. And rassed and tormented in their at- That where there is error, I may '. ;,
t can be sure of greater individual .
One Year $5.00; Half Year, $3.00; Three Months, $1.80 you honors and advances to tempt to gain an education. For bring truth; ,<
Mailed To You the simple reason that they be- That where there is doubt, I
Anywhere In The United States. ; come as the 21st is situated in I may .
,c longed to a certain race, an entire faith .Vi*.
Subscriptions Payable In Advance. Send decks or Money Orders,To: your own Sun sign. You.may nation of people has been bring ; "if'
have to revise beliefs and That where there is despair,;" I
FLORIDA STAR -P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDAMOD'S 1 your forced, through religious and political '"
< ;y Tl Z i your opinions about certain people may bring hope ; 55
to their
persecution give up
,.,. I even if this appears rattier pain. That where there are shadows, I
homeland; and, certain minority
1; 2M \ ful. Still, it is through experience groups are discriminated against may bring Thy light;
PRICELESS GIFT that one gathers knowledge.
and treated with contempt at every That where there is sadness I may ,
1-10-09-13-97-193 available opportunity.But bring Joy;

; the Blessing of Christmas Lord, grant that I may seek rather ,

By Everett C. Lerch 'fj7' s ,,. CAPRICORNBora belongs to these people too. God's to comfort, than to be understood -' ;'.:

"And when they were come into the house, they saw the & Dec. 22nd thru Jan 19th gift of Jesus to a sin-stricken ; ? .

young'child with Mary his mother, _and ,fell down, and worshipped You can afford to retire from world is extended to everyone To love, than to be loved;:, .i! "

him; and when they had opened their treasurers they presented the limelight, far awhile if you the rich, the poor; the strong, the For, it is by giving that onee, receives

unto him gifts; gold, and frankincense, and myrrh.1 (Matthew 2:11.) have everything organized accord- weak; the blind; the lame; the ; '

Gifts from the treasure houses of kings were laid at the feet ing to your usual standard and saint, the sinner; the white, the It Is by self-forgetting that one.

of.;;the ,infant Jesus by men whose hearts rejoiced in the privilegeof --- '--_' -- -- this seenis to be confirmed by black; the Jew, the Gentile; In finds; : "
bowing down in reverence before Him. The devout few'.took their I the 18th. You will thus have a fact, to ALL MENEVERY- It is by forgiving that one IsforgIven

places alongside: the angels of God in proclaiming Him lord and Peace On Earth .' Goodwill Towards All Men welcome opportunity to rest, recuperate WHERE. ; '
Let us this, Christmas accept
Saviour, or devote yourself to It is by dying. that one awakens '
"'Gold-Frankincense Myrrh. Fabulous gifts. Priceless gifts the confidential pursuits you have God's gift, and help others to ac to eternal life. -

presented by ,men whose understanding of holy things brought them lined up to create a happy and Amen

across vast desert wastes to deem it an honor to bow in His holy Your Weekly fulfilling Christmas for those who
presence. The sacrifice, hardship and self denial experienced in the possess your affections.\ W Bd:

Journey help us to appreciate the faith of these, few who came to 5-30- -29-87-539. EVERY
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worship the Lord of glory.

But why 'was Jesus here? Did He come from Heaven's.splendourto ,V' W
earths squalor merely to receive the gifts of the adoring few? WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR S AQUARIUSBorn ..

Nay! He had 'a more noble service than that. His was also a Jan. 20th thru Feb. 18th VI1\
journey of giving. .Don't overlook the importance n tU':::: J ::n: VIf.U
In the 'gospel of John, chapter four, we read, "If thou knewestthe By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES of good marital, partnership and n c
gift of God thou, wouldest, have asked of Hun." public relatious as they may be J

Jesus is the, gift of God to a sin-stricken world. "For God I the vital factors that -spell suc- Z4

BO loved the world, that he gave his, only begotten Son, that associations and competition The cess or failure., You may not be I! $

whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting Born March 21st Thru April 19th (21st) demonstrates the need of quite able to manage things alone j

life." (John 3:16)) Romans 623 tells us that 'The gift of God is I You can still moddle through prudence in travel and in contro- even though you would_ like to W.

eternal life' through Christ Jesus our Lord. '. satisfactorily enough if you 'accept versial situations. think so. The 21st provides additional I t i W

Men brought Him gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh, purchased -, things as they are I and abandon 8-2O-U-l9-i3-2S-I. .evidence that continued cooperation I I KW
in the market places of the world. Jesus brought mankind with key people Is I IessetlaJ.

a place at the throne of glory, purchased on the cross of Calvaryat sistance extreme furnished Intentions."by 'your The mate as- Should you permit the I fistmlJ$ !! it 2) to our it nis

the fearful price of His shed blood. and others interested In ,your projects CANCER .. 21st to Induce you to think other. Cli numerous friendly patrons Wi1

Men brought Him gold earned at the price of toil and sweat. can be available on the (18 I Born June 22nd Thru July 22nd wise, you will be doing yourselfthe ? { tert expressed; bjr our
He brought men redemption from sin's curse for greatest disservice-give in..
by suffering
th). The (21st) highlights ,your The (18th) makes all the labor :w. cannot nilp but I l i1 lincere wJ I.L thrt heal year tti
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future outlook .for selfdevelop- I at home and elsewhere certainly ifl
Vm' brought Him 'gold which tarnishes frankincense.: which I, remember the'many kind i i W may bring you even f greater
ment, extensive travel, i worth your while The (21st) establishes
Js"burned to ashes, and myrrh which loses its savour. He brought not climate received l W success and happiness... It
f and spiritual progress. Do i a fine for service PISCESBora favors

to undefiled mankind, and a home that fadeth in glory not; an away.inheritance which is incorruptible, give your heart, or, your. cash, employment and health questions -i Feb. 19th thru Starch 20th ,from our patrons and i i il& I has been. a pleasure totrve I Iw
impulsively. II and makes you even more .
All this is yours to receive in Him. Even if you find that your personal & our many fri.iufs;"..may I you.WILLIAMR.TONEY -
2-3G-88-29-86-S86. keenly aware of your and mutual assets'; have
In Him find eternal responsi.j' H
you the door to Heaven as. your hope.In
r I bilities toward those all enjoy the best! | tr
Him you wind the sin bearer, Who will lift the. burden off I '' reached a comfortable figure, you you i i <<
your soul. In Him you will find peace with God. In Him-you will TAURUS for or depend'on you. ,The (21st) 'j''j'I should not pass up the oppor. i |

find victory over temptation and sin. He is altogether lovely.' Born April 20th TI1.ni May 20th I emphasizes previous indications of tunity to add even more. The m |
Christ Those who are working towarda i the recklessness of uncontrolled 21st confirms that additional occasions i iIt it
You can have all these and many more blessings in I I | OPTOMETRIST
and secret unconventional -!
spending or
it you accept Him as your Saviour and Lord. He broke the sin. goal that means abundance to go even higher on the i{ J. C. DOWNING j S 8Sf ?1
attachments. i
and even wealth, are given a sub- ladder of success will not be
barrier by dying on the cross in full punishment for your sins. ,51-90 i
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on your feelings cope with it.
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FLA..JAX CLUB'S annual formal which has long been I II I I ) q.u. i1W

established as "the event" of the Christmas Season for Duval and "w r

surrounding counties and which has gained social prominence
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throughout the State is scheduled to be held Thursday evening in n WI

the Duval County Armory ) I
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1. as follows: Charles E. Simmons, Jr., president; Dr. James Henderson I I(
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j vice president; Dr. Jean C. Downing secretary; L H. Barney n, : W
:: financial secretary; J. II. Argrett, treasurer; Theodore L. Bedding; N if

\ ,' A. St. George Richardson; Joseph, IL ,Iligdon; E. L. Harris; L. I. I I i1U rs

I Alexander; Robert Peppers; J. E. Whlttington; Fred Brooks, Palatka -

t ;I II( ; J. D. Brooks; John Broadnax; Dr. L. B. Childs; Edward C. y y., fi.GYyvrr. P I 1It S ,

.. Dens; IL Engram, Tallahassee; Dr. William Iliggins, Palatka; J. A. 1 nw
t ;; Long, Palatka; Henry Maxwell Palatka; Dr. William L. Redmond; + I i1W

t I Chester Sattenvhite; Dr. Warren Schell; Willie Smith; Dr. Nelson ., y ni}. ... ..kYilw ; .. i11 .
\,1 Spaulding; Doc Taylor, Palatka;, pre E. II. Washington; 'C. L. f ",, ..,il',:''::', Williams Richard A. Wilson and Henry Wright Palatka. : 'f',. 1l .
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HOLDS FINAL The Les Celebretes Sora-Frat climaxed its final business session last I

SINCE WE HAVE GATHERED MUCH EVIDENCE to substan Sunday in the auditorium of the Clara White Mission ,Building located at 6 3V.. Ashley Street. ". aI
tiate the fact that playing bridge is the favorite '
pastime among Members shown enjoying the repast after the business Session are: First row from left Airs. Grace 1 I i1 DR. L. B. CHILDS !
1 women in Jacksonville we devote a considerable portion of this d
l', column to Ylnson, Miss Evelyn Bodison Miss N. Cherry Bell Airs. Marian Roulhac, and! Miss Minnie Ross. In i1 GENERAL PRACTICE OF MEDICINE p;
keeping up with the time and place of meetings of the i
t various bridge clubs, almost always including an account of the the back row are* Mrs Samuel Aikens, Air. Howard .Guy ton, Air. Harold Nair and Air. Nathaniel I II I DR. LANSING G. CHILDS I II

a 4 : menu of the respective hostesses and a list of the prize winners. Roulhac. **.* W GENERAL PRACTICE AND CHEST SURGERY i iI
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.j, .,..,.THE FEMINIAE GRAVITIAE CLUB is presently making plans stated were- Jon Stil Wilson,*
for its Christmas entertainment which will be held in the new and ABOUT PEOPLE I ILE LA LETS Joyce Quick, Dorothy Nixon
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', beautiful ranch-style home of the W. B. Stewarts,, located on, Edge- .. Howard Simmons and :Billy Ne-I a -
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f I OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF TIlE' CLUB are as follow: i I Misses Delores and Pricilla I HOLDS MEET I Members of the entertaining I, it ..! II
I Marshall of 1504 W. 21st St., are
{ Mrs Elizabeth Jones. president; Mrs Denner King vice president; committee were: Theophilus Bel- I i1 sr ? I u
expected to arrive in the city
t Sirs Hazel Ullienthal,',secretary; Airs. Agnes Reeves, financial secretary I The Le La Lets, a group comprising I ton, Josephine Scruggs Mary ii'
.. '; ; Airs. Gussle Cunningham, treasurer; Airs. Sarah S. Stewart; Saturday to spend, the holidays some of the young adultsof Oliver Marian Johnson Linda Ii U

c Mrs Julia E. Brooks; Mrs Bonnie Bush; Sirs Alary Jones; Mrs. with Archer their Marshall.parents. Delores Mr. and matriculates Mrs. this city:; met recently in the" Sarjent Barbara Williams, Zeta : I

gd Willie Mae Smart; Mrs Marie Argrett; Mrs Catherine Burns; and home of Miss Zeta Gibson locatedat Gibson Marilyn Thomas and
at Claflin College Orange. ,*
:., Airs. halite Holloway. 1702 W. 2nd St., with the others. lt.'a W
burg, S. C., while Pricilla is a
t The group held its most recent meeting in the home of Mrs. student at Florida A. and M. president Miss .Gloria Relford New members accepted were: : '8.Vl'

V Frank A. Jones, 1766 West Sixteenth Street Mesdames Theodosia University.Mrs. presiding. Julian White, Ronald Alexander W

Childs, Ruth Childs and Frances Richardson were special guests on Business!:! concerning the Club's Patricia Hughes Jacquline Baker, : .

this occassion, all three receiving lovely gifts from the hostess. Club Emma Watkins of 1362 W. project and New Year's party Prince McIntosh Josephine Jackson to I ..x .
r Mesdames Catherine Burns Hallie and 25th St., and a member of St. 1'8. /
prizes were won by
Holloway was discussed. Final reports were "Iva Baker, James Cohen, ''
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Guseie Cunningham, in the order mentioned. The menu consisted ofF Matthews Baptist Church, plansto made from the Fall Carnival held Florria Herring, Betty Richardson : W greeting say

delicious baked turkey served with all the trimmings and an assortment spend the holidays as guest of recently in the St. Pius Catholic I and Annett Jackson. ; W Christmas it if expressed with genuine) i1

of beverages. her daughter Mrs. Liza Mae Mc- Church basement. The Carnivalwas I appreciation of its true meaning. b!
Clain, of Philadelphia Pa. An U
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,J'. TIlE L'A\ ES, who refused to v allow the absence of several enjoyable stay is wished for Mrs. tracted a huge gathering. Refreshments I SINGING WONDERSTO i
r: members attending the Florida Classic to interfere with their normal consisting of hot dogs BE PRESENTEDThe : Carter's Funeral Home

r routine were entertained by Airs. Mildred 3L\ Greene, in her I cakes hot chocolate and candy
I Singing Wonde will be
,!t home on Academy Street. I apples were served. presented in an after service i 0. c.JERNIGAN, SR, Owner- SAMMIE L.DAVIS SR.,Algr.
MESDAMES Dorothy Dunlap, Doris "Bennett, Vernell Glovers I The president has requestedthat t S il ;
; program Sunday evening Decem. t Mr. and Mrs Richard BossardAir.
s and one other guest were present to complete the two tables. all members make their u
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; I ber 22, at 8:30 o'clock at the James Kinsey Air. Bennie Scott -
BARBECUED CHICKEN, served with potato salad on lettuce; I final reports at the January meeting "
:1 olives and other delicious items comprised the main feature of the CONNOISSEURS which will be held the second Triumph Church of the New il El 4-0545-AMBULANCE SERVICE Ei 4-0546
World 1060 West Union St. .
luncheon followed by serving of fruit cake and coffee. Sunday in January. i
I I I The group will render some of I 925 929 West Beaver Street
.I!, Mesdames Lucille P. Jones, Annie AL McIntosh, Lucille .Barnes HOLDSPARTY I Bishop Sadie Gibson complimented the latest gospel selections. Richard I ; afi9fir1 il-
and Emma L. Feacher competed for the club prize. the for : :
}a group the outstanding Sumpter will iead_'-'I Need : ir."O.r7SfiSr3: lCaS: T.'fifiS5i31:: :
I AIRS. ELIZABETH SIMMONS extended the gracious hospitality .
progress made duringthe I
Thee Every Hour" and many,
for which she is known to do to members of the Cosaml .
a widely The Connoisseurs of Cosmetology year, and made suggestionsthat many others. i PATRONIZE FLORIDA STAR }
Bridge Club when they<
Street.The mas party recently in the homeof progress. Mrs. Fannie Mae Henry. ADVERTISERS
group dined by candle light (which produced a cozy atmosphere Mrs. Carressa Martin. High. The following members rein.FI1. ,!".
in the'beautiful decorated dining room) on a menu of baked
I lighting this affair was the
TI lobster served in the shell with a delicious sauce and dressing tossed Jtt:: B':S:1i :
crowning of their queen Mrs. e
hot rolls butter and choice of hot coffee U
vegetable salad pickles a
Betty Bailey. '
i or tea. R w Why should hair
Members enjoying this elabo ,E. your .
MRS. JUANITA RANDOLPH, Airs. Barbara Bentley and Airs. ,
rate affair Mrs. N.
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Vernal AlcCone were high scorers for"the evening and received first
t t! second and third prizes in the order mentioned. I Starks who crowned the queen say you're old and gray?
Mrs. Carressa M. Davis Mrs.
Lucile Holmes, Mrs. Alice Slater,
( LADIES social that .Is not
.1 i TIlE GALLANT a charming group
Mrs. Wilner Dorrell Mrs. Lula >ji ii/T* e*
t i; to be confused with the bridge clubs have completed plans for their .4 SS
Courtney. Mrs. Minnie Thomas, S
fl Holiday Entertainment which will be held in .the home of 1'1rs.l .
Mrs. Betty Galley and Mrs. Vel-
l, George McClellan, 1594 West Fifteenth Street. :j
mer Yates-Lopes.
I: The following ladies make up the roster of this popular"club:

R x 1: Mesdames Olive Newton, Georgiana Bowen, Ethel Spears, Sadie f

il King, Hazel Argrett, Ostine Matt, Adlal Jenkins, Susie Jackson, KRINONS HOLD MEETIN

l Mary Breaker and Mary Jones ST. AUGUSTINEThe
\1, Turkey and all the trimmings, PLUS, Is the* way one member \ f

t of the 'Smart Set Club described the menu served by :aIrs. Charlotte Krinon i9:4
Club of Alpha Gam- s
f ..t Stewart when she entertained In her Eleventh Street home last Sat.I R 91i4
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I ma chapter Delta Kappa,

c -urday Mrs.evening.Frances T. Johnson and Mrs. Ruby' Dwight attended the the national St. Augustine sorority met home recently of Mrs.in \ :.iiitJ: I % ,7.'N .+ z
[ I meeting as guests with the former receiving the prize in the cate Elizabeth Hill with the president, L14TIt6S

I gory. Club prizes of gorgeous ..costume Jewelry were presented to Mrs. Dorothy Daniels, presiding.

; Mesdaea Lois Izzard, Lola Schell and Nellyvonne T. Russell, high After the group's regular busi- I -

\ scorers for the evening. Other members present included: Mesdames ness meeting short talks were S
JoHta Simmons Vivian Holmes Chelma Lewis, Hori -
'r Joan
Spaulding, heard by Mrs. E. S. Brooks and I Our free If filled with wishes i1W '' ;
i.i tense Gray Gloria Brooks and Norma H. Bland. Mrs. A. y : 5t
: t' WessonThe For every one of you 4.

C"f Miss VETRICE WASHINGTON bride-elect of December 28, were: Mrs.following E. S. Brooks sorors, Mrs.present G. May your Christmas b. happy ry V ?' S/ E S :>3y

\c was honored with a miscellaneous shower last Thursday evening Bolden, Miss N. L. Clemons, Mrs. W And .! of next year.tool

held in the home of Mrs. Juanita C. Wyatt, 1511 West: Eleventh '.Alma Cash, Mrs.. Ida Jones Mrs.D. i U z x

Street ,. ,A second shower is scheduled to be held Saturday: Murry and Mrs. A. Wesson. ri i

night, December 21, in the home of Mrs.. Thelma; S. Small on Pearl The next meeting will be held Dr. and Mrs.

Street This will be of the miscellaneous variety, also. I' December 28 at 4 pm., in the U s

will be Hunter H. Satterwhite
home of Mrs. A. Wesson, 1758
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F Union Meeting> Slated For Philadelphia Church I II


I You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get .


Ministers and Deacons Mutual Union, Auxiliary to the 4
On Your
Emanuel Progressive Baptist Association will hold its last quarterly

; session, beginning Wednesday night, December 25th, through Sundayat

.. the Philadelphia Missionary Baptist Church, located on Moncrief DRUG STORE NEEDS

? Road, two blocks west of 45th street, the Reverend I. J. Hayes, f
acting pastor. .4:
Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store .!
{ Wednesday night, December.25; ,

at 7:30 pan. devotions will be morning message will be deliveredby WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISED ,p,

conducted by the 'Deacons of i the president, the ReverendB.

Community Baptist church. Intro- \Williams, alternate Reverend 1T5 IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS )

duction sermon by Joseph H. J. Boyd. (
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Jackson, alternate Reverend J. Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m., the 4. "fi ;-. .. ..:::.,: :...:::..::..:va:r..:.maesonranrla':-SsS::-.:a<:.:J.JJlt.:.::x:54 l> : .:<, ;. ik.5y ::: ': : WOOD'S }\
i Calhoun. Choir and ushers of laymen will meet. The Reverend DIXIE PHARMACY
ANNIVERSARY'. CULMINATION The anniversary celebration for the pastor of Grant
Church will
Community Baptist 0: Johnson will deliver the ser
serve. Memorial AME Church and his wife, the Reverend Ira D. and Mrs Annie Hinson closed with a
Thursday night activities will mon.Youth hour at 3 pjn., with Mrs. banquet held Monday night, December 16th. -Shown y are some of the guests who attended this cele. PHONES EL 3-5597-93

be in charge of the Women's Department C. If Williams in charge. bratlon

Mrs. Gertrude Beamon, Holy Communion will be observed the photo seated from left, are: Mrs.J"In Callie: Gibbs, llrs.V.. E. Akery Harris, Mrs. Maude E. We Deiicer'e Also Fill All Doctors' Prescriptions
p president will have charge. Devotions
by Sisters Olivia King during the evening wor Grant, Mrs. A. ,Williams and Mrs Annie Hinson. Standing back row from left, are: Miss Autha PAY ,YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELE-

and Haynes. Bible lesson will be ship with, the sermon for the Johnson, William Stewart, Mrs Alethia Aveilfce, Mrs Ira D. Hinson and Mrs. Zelma Johnson. Rev.
'I occasion delivered by an ap, PHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE
discussed by Sister Gertrude Cal. of and Mrs. Hinson were the recipients of marly gifts and a cash purse. at the close of a Mammoth
pointee! the Union. The evening .
houn. Pew Rally held at the church on last Sunday.
I services will climax by extendingthe .
Friday night, devotions by Deacons right hand of fellowship. -
McNair and Acie
Officers are as follows: Rev. ,
it. Williams. The Reverend Williams SLATES OBSERVANCE ANNOUNCES EVENTSDay Feed
A. W. M. Smith, president; Reverend z your baby.
will Reverend .
preach, alternate r
W. Q. Rogers, vice president;
R. B. Williams. Choir and Deacon Jones, recording secretary The True Holy Temple of the Spring Baptist Church

j ushers of Mt. Zion will serve. ; Rev. R. B. Williams, corresponding -i Living God., will observe its an. will observe, "Dollar Day' Sunday,

Sunday School at 930 Sunday secretary; Deacon Rob-J]'nual Women's Day Sunday, D=::- at which time each member has CARNATIONAmerica's ,

morning with the district superIntendent ert Newman, treasurer, and Rev. .,camber 22, with the following program been asked to enroll with a dol.

I in charge.: Each church L. West, missionary. schedule for the day. lar. During the evening worship

is asked to furnish a class. Women's I I Sunday School at 9:30: a. m. the deaconesses will be honored
department: Mrs. Gertrude *
Call to worship at 11:45 a.m., [.with Mrs. Beatrice Hawkins in with a special service.
Beamon president Mrs. '
Fl with the deacons of First Zion ; charge. Teachers are: Mrs. Elizabeth The following districts are

J Baptist Church in charge. TheI Donnie Carter, vice president; Bell and Mrs. Mamie Reaves. scheduled to meet Sunday; District

Mrs. Josephine Green, recording!'The lesson will be reviewed by 1 will meet at 4 p.m. in the

t l GCCCC ,," secretary; Mrs. Eva West, corre-'Mrs. Mary Kilgore. home of Mrs. Mary Reynolds, 311

.' sponding secretary and Mrs. M Morning worship will begin at Orange St. District 3 will meetat "healthy baby"
milk !
I .. R.,'' tie Adams, missionary. t.1 II a. m. with Prayer Band No. 5 4 p.m., in the home of .Mrs.
c .... :':.. ; in charge of devotions. Prayer Annie M. Kirkland 1847 W. 9th
I St. Districts 7 and 13 will meet
"M tIC' -=m_ _.. Mrs. M. Porter; welcomeS dddress,
music at 4:30: p.m. in the home of Mrs.
Rosa Lee
.( Mrs. Shingles; by
Annie M. ,Kirkland 1847 W. 9th
Mrs. Bernice Lee; scripture Mrs. ;
f iIi Mamie Reeves;. introduction 0 f St. Districts 7 and 13 will meetat .'1".
a mistress of ceremonies, Mrs. Ina 4:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. .
Marilda Davidson, 728 Clay St.
Mae Brown; mistress of cere-
nonies Mrs. introdu- District 20 will meet at 3.30 p.m. Ji.
: C. Curry; "V' .
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at 740 WDuvar St. ti
tion of speaker Mrs. Julia .
the Rev. E. The Christmas exercise of the %k4
Bryant; speaker Mrs.
L. Harper; short talk, Mrs. Esth. Sunday School Department will be t s'
er Bowman. presented Dec. 29 at 3 p.m. in the
auditorium of the church. All
After devotions will begin with
r teachers have been asked to be
Prayer Band 12 in charge. Scripture .
present to distribute: gifts to their
Mrs. C. Lewis; prayer Mrs. 47'S
Dease; introduction of speak.

t tt Mrs. Reather Brown; speaker,
Jesse Scott Dinner will be DAY SPRING SLATES ; .
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iTI NG t'd at 1:30 p. m. EARLY MORN SERVICE
Evening services will begin at

p. m. ,Devotions will be con-
t Our trt is filUd with wishes '"'__,__ ftOL_ Tiav--'" -r.--o Rnrlncr 'TJnntlot'which -r-v Church of
ucted Mrs. Rosa
by DaDK:5.ne,
the Reverend C. A, Weaver, .' <'. ,
f For very on. of you speaker, Leola Johnson will be introduced .. "'. !
pastor, ,will observe Christmas
M. Christmas( b. by Mrs. Marie Morris. '
y your fcappy \ services beginning at ,5 aun.
Clark's' Barber ShopSpecializing Mrs. Julia Neal will serve as 7,
And .1 of next ytar tool Christas morning. The pastor, the r C
pastor for the d y.SWEETFIELD.
in Reverend C. A. Weaver will deliver .
Complete Barbering Service the annual sermon :Music xt'4 :K : v

Now Located At BAPTISTTO will be provided by the combined
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At'Iewood PASTOR.SUNDAY Davis, Mrs. Ruby P. Benthoneand +'4 .
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Sunday School will begin at' .'" f
9:30 ajn. Morning worship will The Frances Street Church of 7 lP

r A begin at 11 ajrf. with the Rev. God in 'Christ of which Elder Y" .

'Is : ing message. The BTU will con. Andrew Hines is pastor, will 'observe '> .

j; p D. B. Barnes delivering the xnorn- its...pre Christmas program }. :! : Y 6w rp
f vene at.5 pjn.wfollowed by evening Sunday!a : 7:30 p.m. The affair

service at 6. is being Sponsored by Mrs.: Inell 7 ;

Ii Choir 1 will furnish music at Dorring,, I ; : ,;
obI each service. The entire member. ts. :
Mrs Nellie :McClory will serveas : ,
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welcome the new pastor.Economy public is invited to attend. "Healthy Baby" William Steven Martin of Los Angeles

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;, The Christmas Cantata of Bethel safest, most nourishing and diges- other brands combined! ReadY

Il'r be held Baptist Monday Church night School December will tible form of milk for your fiaby's made formulas that claim to be .

23 at 8 p.m. formula. More mothers feed Car. complete cost almost twice as .

There will be Little Dollies. nation to their babies than any much as Carnation-the proven -
Christmas Elves and Mr. and
iE Mrs. Santa Claus, The public is other brand. And more Carnatio milk for infant feeding the milk ..,

f extended an invitation. is1 used in hospital formula rooms every doctor knows.rrr.r. :

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i ) .. ;"i.'.. ::3T. : .- .I : ftl'1: HOST TO EASTERN Stars and religious a number and civic of figures distinguished ,

J STARS OBSERVANCEThe will the local
.--"<- :" ..:; ''"' 'f'4. r "': appear on program. T
l'1 Mrs. Queen B. Williams program -
l Reverend E. R. Simpson committee chairman, will _
S r pastor of the Zion Hope Baptist call the meeting to order. Mra.
i; L : / I \ Church, will be the host pastor. Annie U Fleming deputy will
Sunday December 22, to the preside.
4.: iisrmlfs xs fr. ": Order of Eastern Stars during The Reverend Simpson, host .
r their National Day observance. pastor will preach the sermon
Chapters of .Duval and adjacent for the occasion.

es: r, counties will be represented.The Others appearing are: Illustrious
t commemoration service will Attrus Fleming, district:
; begin at 2:30 p.m., and will be grand deputy; Illustrious John R.
( I ; one among the numerous such Milner, potentate Mystic Shrin.
1 1f J .._z.. services being held in Americanand ers, Rabia Temple 8; Illustrious '-
f GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES Members of {he Naval Air Station Lodge -579,-'American Canada on the fourth Sundayin Kencey Thomas deputy at large
celebration of the order's Knight Templars; Mrs. A. M.
Federation of Government Employees shown here, held their regular meeting last Sunday, Dee. 15, Frailer
SETZER'S STORES adoption. deputy Heroines of Jeri
x in the annex of Dayspring Baptist Church. From 1 eft, are Frederick Underwood, J.V.. Bolden, Members of the various depart cho. Mrs. Willie L. Smith, Mrs
James Smith, Alphonsa Kelly and Joseph M. Depose ments of masonry are expected Lois Cain, Mrs. Amelia Sanders,

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THE FLORIDA STAK Week, nd1ng"Satunlar., December 21, 1957

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c; Florida Rattlers Clinch, Mythical Championship




Y,S .. LOUIS The Anheuser- :
t THREE MAJOR BOWL GAMES will eee several tan stars to 1 ,
Y aZft Busch owned St. Louis Cardinals j jhave THE "RATTLING RATTLERS OF FLORIDA A Jt M UNI-
t action when UM whistle blows to start the games. Out in Pasadena,
''acquired two more Negro YERSITT successfully defended their undefeated and untied season
I California the home base of the of All Bowls" the Rose t
"Daddy ,
players which brings: the total by winning the Negro mythical! championship In defeating the Maryland
I two of the nation's will be in there'for Ohio
Bowl performers
top number in the Red Bird organization : State Hanks In the Orange Blossom Classic that was played
1 State and that will be Don Clark, 'whom many consider the best .
to 39. in the Orange Bowl, Dec. 14, by the score of, 2721.
junior halfback in the land and Bg! Aurelius Thomas, Ohio State's I
{ In acquiring: the tWQ players It'; From the opening: whistle, the i
t tackle who has been picked en many AH-Airierican teams. Oregon '
was the first trade of Bing De- Rattlers proved to the 37,823 were a determined of men
will throw halfback Willie West, end Alden Kimbrough and guard
y Bob Heard right back at them. Down Miami way ,in the Orange vine who became' general manager! cheering fans that they were'filled with team spirit and made
of the Red Birds since Frank Lane i
ready for the situation by gaining'
Bowl, the Oklahoma Sooners will have Prentice Gautt, the first the Rattlers play for everythingthey
left the Cardinals for the Cleve-
20 first-dawns to the Hawks 14.
tan star to play at Oklahoma. Out in the, Sun Bowl In Dallas of
\ land Indians. The two new raf m- :The Rattlers also rushed for a gained. The performance
Texas, Louisville will have Leonard Lyles who has made headline i
bers of the Cardinal's system are total of 476 yards to the Hawks little Andy Dement, Vern Vaughn,
recognition all year and is considered one of the brightest prospects ,, t. ,. ; I I i
; for pro football in the nation. Louisville will be playing Drake. .S 4 Curtis Flood and Joe Taylor. i 157. One hundred sixty of the 476 John Sample, Ray Hayes in the .

Flood, only 20 years old arid yard rushing total came on only backfield and the entire Hawk

BIG DON NEWCOMBE the I with two years experience, was :two spurts. The first was a 90
noso batted .309, hit 12 homers, /c line displayed the type of foot
the Dodgers big gun on the cS'+'tr. oCaO ', obtained according to Devine, "for yard scoring burst by Lewis John- .
knocked in 103 runs and stole 17' N a xa his potential." 1 son, Freshman from Bartow and,ball that carried them to the CI .
staff has signed his 1958 I,
pitching bases. Minoso and Doby were a It Is a different story with: Tay- the, second was'' for 70-yards and .championship. The charges of

t contract which means that at. formerly with the Cleveland Indi- I ;:.. lor. The 6-1, 185-pound right*,i another touchdown by Dave L .U.1 k Coach Vernon McCain were spoken

the he will be forward hand slugger, was secured to Pierce !
present q I m'-3. junior from Fort I
ans and Al Lopez was once the of very highly by Coach Jake
J to wear a Dodger uniform again.) I. xy .9yJ,t 1 Ica strengthen the bench. to score the first and third touchdowns -I!
I manager: of the Indians., Will'there It Gaither of the Rattlers.
7 was revealed at Colorado .
The Cincinnati Redlegs who have :
be any tan players on the 44i Springs, Cola, where the deal was I The second touchdown came Alonzo Vereen of Ocala was

t done everything possible to secure roster of, any team' where Lopez completed between Redleg general when Alonzo Vereen, senior 'fullback voted the game's most valuable

the big pitcher but land_ him will manages? I manager Gabe Paul and' mana-, from Ocala plunged four. player, but the entire: Rattler I I

r have to do some dickering with WILT (The Stilt) CILUmEliLAL'l ger Birdie Tebbetts, that the Car yards to scare, The last score team were determined that the ,

t 'the top men. The front office i dinals attempted to secure Tay-I.for' the Rattlers came when Jim
f of the Kansas University'sbasketball 1957 Orange Blossom Classic
j lor last from Seattle. At
year .Williams went
(Popcorn) a yard
has shown no inclination to part A GREAT NAME AT A & M Zeke Burroughs shownIn
team and 'a member of, that time Frank Lane who was !for the score. would be won for Coach Jake _'
With "Big Don"._ I last Ail-American baSket- the picture win be remembered for many years as one of the !
year's : general of the Red Birds Gaither.
manager The Hawks the first to .
at Florida A & M University. Zeke I.
: greatest ever produce : .
JUNIOR GILLIAM, who posted ball has started out again. In : was willing to $50-
as h'gh as Dement
was a champion among champions. His stellar performances as go hit pay dirt when Andy The victory was the ninth
F a .986 fielding record for a second four games this season'he. has a Rattler played a big part In helping his teammates to capture 000 for the .300 hitter. The Red- ;the Hawks 145-pound quarter. straight win for the Rattlers anda

F baseman with the Dodgers last scored 127 points for the first four title after title. Burroughs was the type of player who could legs took advantage of their back passed three times for 71 claim to the 1957 mythical

season and was chosen for the games only. At Stillwater, Okla., working agreement with the West i yards and a touchdown. After championship.
always be' depended on to come through in a pinch. The name I
NationalLeague's all-star team he scored 30 points for a K. U. of Zeke Burroughs will ring through the' pages of gridiron Coast League and brought up passing 10 yards to John Sample, .

has signed his 1958 contract for victory over Oklahoma. He scored history up on the hills of Tallahassee where Florida A &; "M Taylor themselves. 44 yards to Willie Wyatt and 17

the Los Angeles, Dodgers for the 32 points in a K. U. victory over University Is located.SENATORS yards to Vern Vaughn in the end TV REPAIR

t, reported salary of 20000.. Canisius, 66-46. Kansas U. de- KNEE OPERATIONON I zone to scare. The conversion was .

HOP CAMPANELLA the iron feated Northwestern U. 71. 5.with made by Sample to put the visitors .

I man catcher of the Los Angeles the Stilt scoring 27 points, and GIVE JR. SEMINOLE BILLY BURTON ahead 7-0. SERVICE

Ir r Dodgers was tops in the leaguein against Marquette he scored 40 WAS The Rattlers went ahead before E. K. SHIELDS

fielding far catchers.. Campywas points to lead his team to victory. SUCCESSFUL the half ended and never relinquished FL 9-3219 j
one of three Dodgers to make JOE their lead. The Hawks
the League's all-star defensive TIlE EAST WEST football MILWAUKEE Billy Bruton, I

team. game that will be played in San the fleet-footed centerfielder of the 'P'a'f'O: <% 'I'OC! % Pct't'OC.: % --- __-.

WILLIE ]MAYS the sluggingand Francisco Dec. 28, tan stars will RELEASE SUPWASHINGTON Miss Barbara Easter was host- Champion Milwaukee Braves; has -

play a major part. Jim Pace of received the glad news that the
fielding star of the West ess to a recent meeting of the

I Coast Giants, won the 1957 batting Michigan' and the first draft choiceof Junior Seminole Culture Club in' operation on his injured knee wasa Going Places !
the San Francisco 49ers; Danny -Joe Black, the success.
title from such sluggers as her home with Serena Joyner, pre
St&n "The Man" Musial and Hen Lewis, Wisconsin's great quar- pitcher who made history with siding. The announcement was made by:

ry "Hank" Aaron. terback, will be in there, for the the Brooklyn Dodgers a few years Plans were made for a scarf Dr. Bruce Brewer, orthopedic spe-

p LARRY DORY has been traded East. Aubrey Lewis of Notre back has been given his uncondi project which will terminate in cialst. Bruton's knee was injuredIn

by the White Sox to the Baltimore Dame, was scheduled to be ready, tional release by the Washington the January meeting. Christmas mid-season in a run-in 'with

Orioles and Minnie Minoso injuries will not permit him to Senators. sisters were drawn by ,the. new rookie shortstop Felix Mantilla:
.t play he will have Black was signed as a free while ball.
goes back to the Cleveland Indi- ; a, replacement.Jim members present; and refreshments chasing a
i Jones, fullback from Wash- agent with the Senators in July.
ans. Doby is 33 years old and were served.
ington U., will be in there'for the He pitched 'in seven games and .
p Minoso is 35, but both sluggerswere The last meeting for the year
West. Jim has, also had the hand had a record, of' no wins and one FOR DRIVER'S
a big help to the Chicago; was held at the home of Mrs.
put on him for: a pro contract. loss. In announcing Black's re
White Sox with their big bats. Calvin Williams, which plans were LICENSESOr
Tan stars cannot be counted out .lease the Washington front office
Doby batted .288 in 119 games made for the annual Christmas
now in pro football or collegiate said Black had been having arm Learning To Drive I :
last season while hitting 14 home party. ..
runs and driving in 79 runs. Mi- football because their perform- trouble which had been improving 1 ;r AJAX DRIVING SCHOOL :' :.

ances and deportment on and off I but was hurt again during a postseason y
SAY YOU SAW IT El 44)639) 1134 W. 5th St.
[ the field: have established them as I barnstorming tour.
Your clean sportsmanlike competitors.Their In '1952,' while a rookie for Geo.. L. Perpena, DIr.

ability and team spirit have ',Brooklyn, Black had a season record STAR t

never been questioned. of 15 wins, and two losses,
LEONARD LYLES and* JIM mostly as a relief pitcher. In the

PACE were among the first draft 1955 World Series he won the first ii

I choices of the National Professional game against the Yankees, 1-0,1

II s League football teams. Lyles and lost later in the series, 21. &

I of Louisville University, is the na Black who is from Plainfield, 7

Lucky Days, Lucky Colors I tion's leading scorer :with 132 N. J., said after his release from : ;3 II aa

r BY ASTROLOGYGiven points. He was picked by the Washington that he would returnto ; .

Each Week Baltimore Colts because of his his home and teach school. I <. ym f

In Your WeeklyHOROSCOPE speed, People around Louisvillesay ., ,/ t t ,.,
GUIDE Lyles is the fastest man in BY ATHLETIC UNION Our very liberal 'Each account U :': ,

football. Jim Pace of earnings are compounded CURRENT RATE i insured up to
IIoro- :
Send $2.00 for XX
.was the first choice of the San S e nt i i- $10,000 by the
scope Guide with lucky numbers i .... 111: *
Francisco FROM LEE CALHOUN Annually on So /2 0/1/0 FeJ- c Savings
Forty Niners. Pace is
lucky days, lucky colors. I 1 ins !n this A $ociation 3 and Loan Insurance : TTs _
For The Week of Dec. 30 (The Big Ten Rushing leader and WASHINGTON-Olympic hurdle which i Is Corporation I ; : ::
b bAtiS
orders for Dec. 30 week must one of the fastest backs in col- Lee Calhoun I chartered and supenrised authorized by Hr
champion was ON
lege football. Chosen later by pro by the 'OF DIVIDEHC
be Dec 26.)
by act of Congress
voted back Into the
good gracesof I
Enclose envelope. teams were Jim Jones, Universityof .U. S, Government
a stamped the Amateur Athletic Union
Washington fullback, Proverb
-0-. Jacobs University ,of California following his suspension: for

guard and Erich Barnes of Per- I ting married. on a TV get-I L HAWT FUSX it CURVE TO m TOUR POCKET PINT SIZE ft HAlf P1HT TOO
t Fill In and Mall to: due University.BIG over the objection of the AAU.Calhoun ITY KIIIIf V! COSTS W OCTRA. AlctJ COWS WITH COIDCN JKKU: CAf.
F defied the objection and IpEI
JIM BROWN of the Cleve-:
ZODIACP. land BrownsJs still holding on to married and was _suspended Augi Savings mill JLoniiASMH i.if ion tt

O. Box 732Jacksonville his own as the rushing"leader of ust' 9, 1957. The suspension prohibited T/ .:, -.,, >tt, 1 1lr Slimjrim and Handsome! Ifs the

1; Fla. the pro football league. He has I him from taking part in I .luraStrrrl I'honr Kl. "> *"** *' !. 2S

been one of the main reasons for any events that would, be within

Name ........................ the great season of the Browns. keeping of the AAU.
It has been a season for Browns, Old I
ADDRESS .!................ Kentuckylavern
Big Jim who plays fullback for .

City, State .................. the Cleveland Browns coached by BUSINESS DIRECTORYThe

Birthday .<................... Paul Brown.: r I
month & day EVERY TEAM IN TIlE NA- Firms Listed Below Are Recommended As Reputable Establishments

TIONAL LEAGUE carry tan Specializing Services and Products .1 Pocket Flask-smart fi : iii

players on their rosters with the way

exception of the Washington Red- .

56-22-14 skins. What the objection is no I I II .
one'has found out. STYLIST BEAUTY SALON to have this fine Bourbon always '

272-40-892 THE WASHINGTON RED 1346 nE
? Davis Street EL 4-9911 "
SKINS have been signed to meet
J, I SEWING MACHINES HAIR CAKE:-Special Shampoo-Hot Oil Treatment .
Watch This Clown the Chicago Bears in Jacksonvillein OH a on hand. Every drop
-Henna Packs-Bleaches-Rinse- -
the next,Jacksonville Charities a .
Tints Dyes Hair Catting-An Color Rinse .
Inc. football game. The Bears Machine a .
.8l' Florida Sewing Supply "GO INTO FALL
have played their way into the
THAT 1957 AND 1958 DEMANDS". a timed to perfection
0 hearts of the Jax citizens and W. Bsy, Sell sad Rtpolr Sl8get and Other Makes .
OPERATORS:-Mrs. Gertrude Griffins, Mrs. Marion a _
the have
8 some of the Part SappltoAh
4 Lowery, Mrs. Doris Balden, Mrs: Ross* a -
most popular players in the
nation Old Established Concern
Hampton .Miss: Joanlta Prince, Mrs Grace GHi a full
on their roster. One team will J" 7 !
75 69 35 bens and Mrs. Christeea Brown years
have tan players and the other sos WEST fORSYTH Manager.WILSON
I will be lily white.

139-100-101 WITH FOOTBALL making its DRY CLEANING and SON L v

Sometimes he's exit for the:;old 195T season, basketball .- SPECIAL XSS WONLY
>Sometimes his down Is gradually taking place. IMBes' Plata Dresses Beamfcj Oeaaed and
Be adds,, subtractsHe The fun .support that has been Pressed DYEING and REFINISHINaInvnsBrfe IItlUumnm,
vrtrks It aD around Soles Orthopedic War i
the football
given during seasonIs All WOBS GUARANTEEDCOMMUNITY F fi l.Ni if$TMtat9 NIIIgi;tJtiNa9t1.t ? .
r solicited for the basketball sea .
For December 23 .!9S5: Myrtle Avenna Ph. El 4-TMft t. '
son. '. CLEANERS
16-92 -46 .SMOOTH'>SAILING: ... .' '
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-,..race> Eight THE FLORIDA STAB Week Ending Saturday, December 21, 1057


BETHLEHEM us to bet a united front among oJ

Rooms For Rent, SUNDAY ACTIVITIESServices PLANS GROUP MEETSTO CHIPS OFF THE BLOCKBy our people. We may be as separate .

as the fingers but we shouldbe *

APARTMENT FOB BENT JAY JAY as united .as the fingers are
FURNISHED 1 private bed- for Sunday will begin PLAN FOR to the hand. :
with the Sunday School at fl:30 x 1
room & kitchen. EL 5-1109 or Dear Santa: Bring scads of luck and successto *. ,

EL 54S47. a.m. followed by morning worship As the Latins said at one time "tempos; Is fngiting". We mean all of our friends who are in t
ajn.Installation InA our lingo that time is hustling on by. the newly developed Myrtle Avenue -
all officers will .. ___
Doesn't seem- like 1 U i but its." business district. There's J

FLORIDA STARADVERTISERS be held at. 3 pm. your 'deal a.gain.Vhen you came him with one of them Shapes" Frank 'Hampton, Rev. Wilson,

BTU will begin' at 5:30 p.m. YORK A program of before yo(had the skies to your. too Ye editor.) Rev. Culver, Barbara Spears and : t

Evening worship at 7 pjn. The action to increase registration of self. buV.how you and your reindeer For Isiah White.; J. T. Reed, Henry Jasmine. Help them to I
_..Catl uMcciaellOl1J Junior Choir and Usher Board Washtub so that they in turn
Negro voters will be mapped at must move over for "Sput Nip Sams Henry Jennings prosper may *
will serve for the Morning wor nik"/and his 'relatives. Tell Dancer King, Joe Garnett and all make more jobs for our .boys and |
y0u0jc4YOtZ& ship. The Young Adult Choir and a meeting here on Jan. 7 by a *
111-\ Prancer and the others thatit the other fellows who peddle 1
Usher Board 2 will serve for the committee named at the NAACP girls.We
was only "Muttnik" who spirits to keep spirits up the are closing out by askingyou *
:.L evening worship. Both major sermons southwide conference on registration
r;) jumped out from behind the year round, bring them continued to bring George Redd and
will be delivered by the and voting in Atlanta, Nov.
Milky Way and tried to nip their success. May their progress encourage John "B.B." Pickens "most any.thing" .
Reverend Mr. Nelson. 16-17.
: heels as they passed by. We planto management hire more We couldn't figure out
Chairman of the committee is send'up a dogcatcher if we can Negroes in various capaicties. what they tleserve. For your little IIW:

Kelly M. Alexander, a member of get him off the groond to catch Don't forget the hucksters in boy Jay Jay and all the rest just'j

o SIRS. \IARSHALLBROWN, the Association's national Boardof Uuttnik and, place him on the the automobile field. There's Freddie bring continued good health and ,

Q- DIES AT HER HOME Directors and president of the Dog Star. So much for celestial Brown and J. D. Brooks of a little prosperity i 1/7

Mrs. Mary Etta Brown, wife of North Carolina State Conferenceof affairs and let us get down to Buick; Bill Shellman and lamp IH FOLKS Pve gotten that.
Marshall Brown well known NAACP branches. Other committee Earth, Sullivan of Chevrolet and II. C. atc
L. ,
off chest with
: members Include W. Lester my I Il
and Josh Hillman of
Real Estate Broker at her changed ,
passed ,
Banks, Richmond, Va.; Mrs. L. C. Things really; of my Christmas cards so I can
from them
home, 2313 Jeanette Street at Bates, Little Rock, Ar.; C. R. since your last visit. The heavens because Stay one away of them will begin to bring you up to date I! A tip of the Pepsi Cup

Go our heartfelt 3 ajn. Friday morning Dec. 20 Darden, Meridian, Miss.; A. T. were 'invaded by the Russians.For any trade in. with the .happenings .on the I I to these outstanding
accept a sleigh as a
Americans who
after short illness.
a can claim a "first"Nine blocks. The annual migration of young ,
Walden and Mrs Ruby Hurley, once they
To Bill Stewart of EWC, bring make our country and
wishes of happinessat Atlanta; and W. C. Patton Bir little black babes in Little the other two years he is lookingfor the sons of the Florida Sand. has our community a better
KEEP HAIR FROM mingham.The Rock caused almost as much fuss and help him realize his started. No matter how far they place in which to live.
in Faubusland as the soli tary roam all of the boys from "h0 De"* I
GOING BACK committee will spend dream of a four year college in
Christmastime NOMOftKHUM OMNO$AGIL-rkOLDO/.RAP/... entire day in drawing up a blue Baby'did 1957 years ago in Beth. Jacksonville. While looking over try to get home Christmas. First ** *
paaPD-ATIDII..1GT1IDC AfrCCTS A WCNDL1)9LQATLR lehem1 down in Herod's land. Both one we saw In town was Bill 1
The 8 aEPa.L8n' PU LANTT1LiLP10Cu.flADO..TOQR print for an intensive registrationand your list of schools you will find
ManagementAnd IIA&OUTTDI MD IHDID fWl WfiW. incidents were forerunners of impending KInsler, one of the old 21st z.
..ftCMAM 10 IUTWAU.T OfT AND IOT GUAfT.rCMVLAM voting campaign throughoutthe the names of the entire 45th
VATE a.Laft.-.o OH.COWTAM and the and talked
Street" Met
Employees social change boys.
KAJLK BUCPKK..AIK TOP WPTICUJ O* region. The Atlanta conference Street Yellowjacket coachingstaff. :
.. disturbed in our day were much with Dorsey Lester who will be
set a goal of 3,000,000 Negro They all want the same I
LENAPE BAR ..&,lfll4: voters in the southern states by like the disturbed of 1957 years thing 6'some boys". Leave some here for a few weeks. Johnny <:: .,
Staten is due In moment
644 West Ashley Street r' aREEINi OIL i 1960. ago < of the boys at the Vocational any

_____ ___._ MM NSATM*.Mi.U ,....... -Jllll OOC'IIC'IM My"H is long .this year. For High for Inky Wilson and a few along with the rest of the New

__.. ._ wish nice things and all York delegation. Robert Mungin,
'I!!<< : WO<< c:: !! % 1IICI! : '" some I across the river for Nat Washing-:
formerly at EWC and now a
them for
that Fortune can give ton. Edward Benthone lookingfor

others just a wish. Well, lets get something a little larger, he member "of staff Knoxville arrived this College'scoaching week. .i ,

*' started. is digging in the bottom of
Edward "Buckwheat" Rice hasa s.
Just as the Colonists I sent over. bag looking for a much needed :
iFt. flashy array of new vests and .
seas for women to marry, the school building to replace the ,/
. plans! to "model" all of them Lh
1'Y ;t," ., girls of Jacksonville are asking make-shift present Vocational
4'A csww during the holidaze Joe ic
you to throw a few eligible men School. BEATRICE DENEFIELD
Grant, one of the town's top
I in your sack for them; Some of The residents of Magnolia Gardens I New Stanton Senior High (
mixologists, had Robert Brymer
S the, boys. want a wife and others don't want much, just the I cornered giving him fancy drink Pepsi Cola Dealers and iC
want just "a nice girl". In that long proised shopping center and I to Pepsi Cola Bottling Company -tc
: recipes. Brymer plans serve
7 group think of Freddie Brown, playground a developer promised are proud to salute Beatrice *
{( .R ,5. A wish that's mighty cordial some of the tongue twisters to <
/i Johnnie Stewart. Rags Shelton, years ago. Over in Floradale just Denefleld of the 11th grade
'p. Warm and Friendly, too Richard McKissack.: Jimmie Jenkins place some pretty red fire plugs friends during the Yuletide. class. She is a member of '7'
d% Hoping this season will bring and Big Classic Echoes J. C. Holland Is the student iCIng
p. inC Little Scotty around and you'll get lots of council, march-
Joy and Cheer for you! apa7 To All \ Scotty, Roscoe Webb and others thanks. On the issue of fire, I spinning tall tales of the times band and president of C
he and Oscar Hillman had in
Who are sending up silent prayers. don't want a fire truck but try her homeroom. iC

Of Our Friends (Psst! ... Santa Forgive me to get the City Fathers to place West Palm Beach and Miami. In ..A----L---L-LL-'__.,_. I
a9MaAaeI'S West Palm Beach the boys were x 'J1C JIf'X X 7C XX""If Tr
And Patrons mail.
for censoring your same boys of color on Fire trucksin .. .
my job; but I noticed that Jay the city of Jacksonville. the guests of George Coleman ,
Tap aa QHZ and other men-about-town ..... '
Jay forgot to ask for a gal too. Ernest Jackson, Joe James, .
KOZY He doen't Iva Sobers Williams flew into ie.if
KORNER He's so big-hearted. David IL Dwight, Elcee Lucas, .
know that Tin making this request J. J. Nixon, R. V. Daniels, Isa- Miami Saturday afternoon for the '

612 WEST ASHLEY STREET | 8th & Davis but please remember dore Singleton, William White game. She swooped down on the iete !

t+ SOBaB3ia32aj I MfiSOga3Eftt csa ac crs c acrs _-_.._ _. _'" and all the other politicians want "Magic City" like a big bird ,
css crsssscatic _._.-------,7.1! twenty thousand more registered coming South for the winter. Ken .
Knight brought back greetingsfrom I -tr
voters on the books. We the pea <'
GREETINGS AND I piZ Greetings And pie want you to dip each and the working press at the
r II everyone of them in glue and game. He had nothing but praisefor ie. '

r\X1 BEST WISHES! I I Best Wishes! wrap them in flypaper to.--see if the efficient way in which ..Jr'k

\ I I.t you can get them together for Chuck Smith and his aides _.

( EkMII once with all of them- pulling the handled the game and the management -tc r __..

same way at the same time. of 'the press box. Oh SONJA MATTHEWS

: Xr Frankly Santa, that may be too yes, Ken flew into Miami also. Isaiah Blocker Junior High

1 much to ask of any mortal. Help If you want to look pretty for
.r Sonja is a member of the
:. the holidaze stop by Bob Clark's -tc

: d-f-a s x x xsl xsls sn1yott shop on the corner of Edgewoodand 9th grade class! where sheserves

Avenue B. The shop is located as president. 3hrigs.

YffI1J# under the Club Vagabond'sClub member of the student council .

i I room Frank (the cop) -C ic drill team and an honor

ii.I ii. /dRtJm 1 :.L Hampton's new Gulf service sta. T student. .
r5' uau. ( tion wants all Hamp's friends to ic .

11 try his gas and his service. He's -kJ.JI.. JlJl..lI.I.. .
BS / (: <' located at 16th & Myrtle.

The fathers of the Gator Bowl
,...... J{
are working doubly hard to keep ,
X w 4:, the Yule football classic lily-

( nwed.YotlRS white. Any organization with a J(

I : 'W(: SUNSHINE STORE *% DELUXE BAR ; I speck of color in .it is automatically : i tcj
S .. I eliminated. Wonder why theywon't ri j K
I show off the crack Marching
ipso Davis at 8th Street SI 205 Broad Street
I b You ctnctYours. Blue Devils to the visitors.
and Ate i tctc.
i Go our heartfelt 8 The entire city should be proudof .

.f a .P. s.erous lewYe Gec: c_ \ a the states finest marching r A
rt band. After all the entire Gator
I I wishes 01 happiness !j ,
Bowl program is supposed to be ,y_'-'P" ..... ,-,:;" ,..,. 4 ',Y"05 r -
MAKING FLOORS BEAUTIFUL one of all the people of the town. CLA&A YVONNE WALKER iCS

.. at Ci2ri2t111. (1 This expression Is as old as
W eur Stanton Senior iC
STORES time but we still think it's nice
IS OUR BUSINESS Tribute Is to Clara of
paid iC
W I BROADNAX |J and always In order at this sea- ,
the 11th grade class. She
SERVICE STATION son; so to each and every one IsIe
BEAUTIFUL FLOORS FOR HOLIDAYS of a member of the creativedance
you iC
ign3EaDgJU33D AND ALWAYS t 816 W. State St. I 31 ERR Y group, glee club, honor C

3 SOga3 JUSg Phone El 4-9264 I B CHRIST31AS society and Is affiliated with J

Floors Sanding and Refinishing of Hardwood 1 J. N. BROADN Ax, Manager from the Church.Grant Memorial A.l\1.E.1'-iC 't,

: Floors. YES, We Clean Tile Too! }':$I :s=jj Jay Jay ok


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OCALA (Special) A 13- Cola to these three Merit
g JANITORIAL SERVICES FEMALE month old baby was saved from Awarad winners!
death Monday morning when her I :* Listen to Pepsi Merit Award

2571 Wisteria Street Phone PO 14186FREE I NEW YORK mother crawled through smashed salutation on Pepsi Cola
ESTIMATES window of her blazing house and j 1400
on your dial Saturday
g COOKS MAIDS dragged the baby to safety. 10:45 to 11:45. A3L

g ':\ : to{ all of youfrom also Mrs. Kate White of Anthony, *
:- seven miles north of Ocala, told
all of usROOSEVELT
RITZ THEATRESATURDAY sheriffs' officers she was visiting *

I at once for steady at the nearby home of her mother *
Ir;:: when she I
saw flees coming from
with "privatefamilies.
positions good a
DECEMBER 21 TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25 Age limit 21 to 50. her own house.
j. 'M WALT DISNEY'S You will live m on the premises Her baby daughter, Sylvia, had I *

4vith your own room, been left alone sleeping in her *
; ..T "AFRICAN crib. The woman smashed win
LION" ,. meals and all privHeg The a
;' \. :'-,.,* AND --.-.; '. salaries are very nigh according dow and crawled Inside where she
1 .. found the burned
: ': baby about the
: "BROKEN STAR" to your experience, from face and hands.Investigating:
$200 per month and up.

:GRILL First Ran STARTS CHRISTMAS First Em I win supply bas transportation officers said the It...
fire started from sparks from an
-1. HENRY FONDA from your dtto New Pepsi Cola
ANTHONY PERKINS open' fire place.
York and guarantee good Dea1ersofJacksonville
The baby is in serious condition

808 West Ashley Street ;. ."Tin Star Job.Brown Write, P. O.at Box once S2S to Lakeland Mr. at the hospital with: first, second

I and third degree burns about the
c Fix Phone MU S-7973. ,
I' .face and hands.. 'J.-. .
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