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Florida star news
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December 16, 1961
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weekly
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General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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On Sit-In Appeals In South Have Negroes More JUdge Orders Putna /WTo



WASHINGTON D. C. The U. S. Supreme Court 'reversed

the convictions today of sixteen Negro students who NASHVILLESouthern

participated in 'sit-in' demonstrations in Baton Rouge Education Service Reporting -

LA. in April 1960. Service .in its Juror Bi I
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Today' s ruling was the cause a public disturbance. monthly bulletin said Erase :

Supreme Court s first in a 'The undisputed evidence the percentage of Negroes .

sit-in case. shows said justice attending schools with

Chief Justice Warren delivered Warren, 'that the police whites in Southern and

the unanimous decision who arrested the peti- border states has risen to Jury Lists Must Include Deejay/ Interviews I : I

of the Court. He tioners were left with 7.3 percent since 1961.

said that' the convictions nothing to support their At the time of the ser- Negroes Jurist Says
-....
*are TSO totally devoid of actions excepts their own vice's first report on. '

evidenciary support as to opinions that it school integration during ; : '
was a PALATKA---Stating-that a man's race or skin alone do .

render them unconstitu- breach of peace for the May, 1960 a mere six per not justify barring him from jury service ,Circuit ..t&.';.'."..?_'-'
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tional under the due pro- .
petitioners to sit peace- cent of the region's Negro Judge P. B. Revels Tuesday ordered the Putnam Countyto
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cess clause of the 14th fully in a place where students were attending include more Negroes on the Circuit Court jury .

Amendment.' custom decreed they should schools with whites. lists: .,

The students, from Souther not 'sit.Jax.' The service also revealed
In his precedent
breaking .
County hearing Judge : )
University in Baton Rouge, that Negroes attending order for :Putnam County 1J
Revels decided that a jurywas
were convicted under a biracial classes have more Judge Revels, in ordering improperly chosen, dis- tw- ---- ,

Louisiana 'disturbing the than doubled in five
WomanMakes other procedural changes "criminated against Negroes,

peace' statute. southern states in 196i: also instructed the County and in some cases, jurors -

JustiC Warren, in a 17- Commission to the -- iJ 'S.c .
prepare selected by
were persons I "
page opinion, concluded Suicide ExoneralecjReaches entire jury list during the other than County Com -
hat the records in the
session scheduled for the missioners..
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cases 'contain no evidence Here event. w' .
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r Attempt -
to support a finding that
He said that County Com- Argument EndsShooting MIAMI--Jacksonville Radio broadcaster, Abram King,

petitioners' disturbed thepeace Miss Vivian Colson. 27, missioners is the only interviews the famed Adderly Brothers, noted Jazz

: either by outwardly of 811 W. Monroe Street /; body.authorised to prepare In artists, who appeared during the half-time of the

boisterous conduct or by made a suicide attempt last I such lists and that this Orange Blossom .Classic held in Miami last week. The

passive .conduct likely to I Monday, police records duty must not be delegated Adderly Brothers Julian Cannonball and Nat, are
An argument between two
indicated.A r" to persons, of lesser alumni and played in the FAMU Band, headed by Dr.
Booked On AssaultTo = hen ended when one of the
witness stated that Miss authority.A Foster.
it t amen was shot in. the left
Colson told her she was was made by (Photo By Fillyan)
Murder Charge ; .....,... : reference side and critically
tired of living and got a ':; : .
._ ,. _. r. ..; .. Judge Rjevel&ilcpncerning
51 .., \! J41" wounded .at. Davis. and .
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"q. razor blade and cut the ; :" t ; in
: recentfccontroversy:,
':";1 vein in her left wrist. She :.:.. 'J -': Ashley Streets last Sunday Black Asked To Enjoin
... ., ''' .' : Y' Volusia County involving :about 7:45 p.m. police Justice /
_..s. was taken 'to Duval Medical "'10 d. ,J -4'. jury lists. He said his
?
.1"; .. where she received treat- ..L kd_. to reported. Miss. Rider ProsecutionsWASHINGTON
{ ------------- ---- order was implemented
I .. Glemon Latimer, 29, of
I ment and turned over to her MARION BOWMAN 38, of 3031 prevent a like occurence ,- ---- --'-'-
I and I r! .' D. C. NAACP Legal Defense and EducationalFund
parents friends police ; .
Haines St. who was charged here. ,
said. The witness has never 'tf:: ; : attorneys appealed to U. S. Supreme Court Justice
with the Dec. 2 fatal During the Volusia
i Hugo L. Black in an effort to stop Mississippi prosecu-
I told why she did not want shooting of Benjamin Ir-1
1 tions of Freedom Riders arrested in Jackson, Miss on
to live, the report re- Bowen. of 1410 E. 21st St. r .
vealed. .." 1 1I disorderly conduct charges. ".
I. was exonerated during acoroner's Hospital Bias ,I
The action requests a %
Patrolmen Freddy Mack and
jury hearingthis II I
Milton Newsom investigated. week. I II I temporary injunction pend- 1 Emphasis Placed

ing an appeal to the full

Milestone Is Hit ByMedical c Supreme Court from a Nov.
Another
.... -- ,_ On Education
17 decision of a three-
NORMAN GLovER { .:::Ii;
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rAn r-- '.11!" .' l' judge district court in the
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elderly man was jailed Group GLOVFR LATIMERIn Southern District of
( At Convention
last Saturday after shoo- Serious Condition Mississippi which ruled

ting a woman in the abdomen 2-to-l that it should not

with a .38 caliber WASHINGTON. D.C. Racial 5831 Begonia Road was intervene "until the State
D.C. -- New
WASHINGTON
pistol following an argu- w discrimination in hospitalcan driving his car behind courts have decided the

ment between' the'two, police S be fought effectivelyin Samuel Lee Beck, 25, of full meaning of their respective emphasis on continuing
r. for effective
reported.A court actions based on 728 Mt. Venus Court, Apt. : (disorderly con education
community service per-
report made by Detective Federal Government involve B, and when the two cars duct) statutes."
Annual
meated the 26th
Sgts. J. L. Jordan, ment in hospital activities reached Davis and Ashley The suit, filed June 9, in of
Convention
National
and R. T. Matthew of the i' .c 11 L according to the Streets a heated argument Jackson on behalf of Negro Council of
National
homicide division stated i Journal of the National broke out between the two plaintiffs and others similarly the
Women held in Washington -
that they were told by a Medical Association. men when they stopped for situated asked for Negro

witness. that the shootingoccurr t'x f Legal advisors to the the light, police said. (an injunction on the basis, D. C.
4 Working in collaborationwith
d after Miss Fannie Association say the pre- It was reported that that enforcement of segre-
the Adult Fducation
Lee Hill, of 2263 W. First cedent already establishedfor Latimer got out of his car gation in transportation
Section of the United
Street struck Norman abolishing racial and walked up to the car facilities is clearly unconstitutional -
States Office of Education
Glover on the head with a segregation in all .federally driven by Beck. Detective accordingto

vinegar bottle. Both :...-. _.____ __ A .. supported activities --':- -- prior federal court Department of Health,
Education and Welfare,
parties live at the same Business and Civic leader Isadore Singleton (right) would indicate that the a,: .:f- decisions. the Convention focused

address. made another contribution to the community's expanding "separatebutequal"provision r S Judge Richard T. Rives, the critical

Glover was treated at a commercial enterprises this week with the openingof of the Hill- .,. r-\ the dissenting member of need attention for on education to

hospital for lacerationsof his plush new drive-in barbeque facility at 3017 Burton Act is uncon- the District Court panel, the leadership of

the head and was booked stitutional.The ... 'charged the Majority develop
Edgewood Avenue, West. Members of the Singleton family ,.... both youth and adults in
at the city jail on a. shown from left are: Mrs. Mary Singleton, Carol Hill-Burton Act has ."'" Judges, both Mississippians, .
society.The
,charge of assault to Isadore Jr., and Mr. Singleton.Employment as its main purpose, the with "unreasonable delay"in 'a free Convention Theme was

murder, the, officers said. ptb. development of programsfor li rendering their Nov.
'"Strengthening Community
and assistance in con- r ": 17 decision.
Dejected Man Bias Filed Against I Services Through the Negro
I struction of such public Judge Rives wrote that he
SAMUEL LEE BFCK Volunteer. Delegates -

DrinksIodine. Industries And and private non-profit .Fired His Pistol was unable to find "a bona Woman observers and
Maior Vnions'WASHINGTON
hospitals as will afford fide breach of the peace visitors from all parts

A 31-year-old man made an -- Eight major industrial cot otitions: the necessary physical Sgts. R. T. Matthew and J. issue" in the case Indicating of the country heard the

attempt at suicide last' three trade unions and two railroad companied are facilities for furnishing L. Jordan said Beck told that he would have keynote address given by

Sunday when his wife refused charged with racial discrimination in 127 affidavits adequate hospital clinic then he shot Latimer witha enjoined the state prose- Dr. Ambrose Caliver Chief

to return 'home with filed on Wednesday, Nov. 29,* with the President s 'and similar.services to. .38 caliber revolver .cutions. of the Adult Education'

him police reported. Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity. ALL the people. when Latimer threatened The Legal Defense Fund Section, HFW and President
.
Justice Black
Although the Act. adoptedin motion to
The ,
of 5409 ,
Eddie Siplin complaints involving -- bio with a long-bladed Adult Education section
Lone Star Cement Company, 1944 requires non- points out that more than
Minoso Court said he went giant corporations and pocket knife. Patrolman USA. Task Groups were led-
and Cit-Con Oil Company, discririinatory provisionof I 300 Freedom Riders have
to 1625 Moncrief Village powerful unions operatingin George R. Henry arrested by Dr. Edward Brice,
all located at Lake Charles, facilities by participating been arrested in Jackson
where his wife lives to the North as well as in Beck at the scene. Specialist Fundamental
the Steel hospitals, it since last May under dis-
talk to her about going South, were submittedby La. ; the Atlantic Sgt. Jordan said Beck Fducation and Library

back..home with l1ill. Herbert Hill, labor Company Atlanta; and the allows an exception if... stated that his automobile orderly conduct or breachof Education Office of;
refused he National Republic Aviation 'separate but equal' the peace statutes. All
When his wife secretary of the company broke down at the corner ({Education and Mr. Roger

drank seas iodine, police Association for the Advancement Farmingdale. Long Island facilities are provided. and Latimer threatened him of those arrested were con- Shaw Spec aTist, Human

said. It was reported he of Colored People. N. Y. All of the companies Since 1944 hundreds of when-he refused to move victed by the City Court of [ New York Uni-

had carried the Iodine Named in the complaints are engaged in production millions of Federal his car. The wounded man Jackson, fined $200 and relations'versity. On the program

with him when he went to. are General Motors Corpora- under government contracts dollars' hire' eenused. was taken to Duval Medical given sentences ranging, 'also was the Honorable S
which forbid racial discrimination under the Hill-Burton Act 60 days to four months l
talk to his wife. He was tion plants in Cleveland and Center by police ambulance 'jfroB Wilbur" A. Cohen. Assistant
'' in employment. to build state, city, in the County Jail. All except -
treated at Duval Medical Atlanta; the Firestone Latimer was reportedin 'Secretary of the Depart-
the AFL-CIO trade county ,and private non- two have appealec
Center by Dr. R., E. Giles Rubber Company, Petroleum Among serious condition Wed ment of Health EducationS

an'dC released to his .wife. Chemical Industries: Inc., unions charged.with. profit hospitals through S nesday. their convictions,. to the. S Welfare. :

police. said. Davidson Chemical Company laboration with employer: .out the United. States I ,Hinds County 'Court'.


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FLORIDA STAR
DECEMBER 16
t SATURDAY. : 1961
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r THE FLORIDA STAR ...){ J. 'Politics As Usual"

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NEWS r$" JM.: s i.
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l .' "r.: By ERIC 0. SIMPSON
'.s..o'1. _____ .
Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co. .

I "Member of Associated Negro Press" ;. .. .;,. r-.' : .'>.f: Top officials of 12 major government con-

} w ....1 tracto-Js signed statements Vice President

tRIC O. SIMPSON........ .....................................Managing Editor ::" Lyndon B. Johnson pledging stepped-up affirma
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ALYSON E. WISE......_.............................................News Editor. '.. :,/ tive action in the field of equal employment

HILDA WOpTEN..........................................Ci reu lati 0 n Manager opportunity. .
President Kennedy Vice president Johnson,
MAIN QFFICE & PLANT: 1. o chairman of the President's Committee on Eaual

_2323. Moncrief Road..........._.-............:.*........Phone Elgin 4-6782_ } Y ory, : Employment Opportunity and Secretary .
-.-' -. -.----- I I ,7,7tin of Labor Arthur Goldberg, Committeevice <{j
Mailing Address: 5W w -
chairman, all commended the industry -y
0. "P. O. Box 561, .Jacksonville 1, Florida I officials for their companies '
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.. Miami.i Florida ff .
t participation in the plans for Pro '
642,NW 2nd AVEJTOE PR 48195 OR FR '48105 5 -j
o 11 IP 1 gress program of the President's Com
vsj \ \ mittee. The 12 companies brought to 21 th ru -
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES \ ber which have signed Plans for Progn :u .

One Year, $5.00; Half Year, $3.00 Company officials signing Plans for Progressfor
Mailed To You Anywhere In The United States
their firms were D. W. Kimball, president ,
Subscription Payable An Advance. Send Check or Money Order To: _ii
FLORIDA STAR-P. O.Box JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA ?c,>' ; P RACE-COLOR HATRED 'N t Aerojet-General Corp. Azusa, Calif. ; Dr. IvanA.

40 Getting, president Aerospace Cor ). Los

THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: ( itl ',. ., Angeles; C. W. Perelle, president American
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1. City and County Civil Service Jobs ; 0 ./ : 1. Bosch Arma Corp. Hempstead N.Y. ; James R.

( .2. Negro Road Patrolmen --r, -.!, ;"'-...,'j 11-{ :,,;' ;v, Kett, Avco Corp. New York; Allen D. Marshall,

3. Negro Firemen : vice president and secretary, New York office,
4. More / General San Diego D. W. Smith,
Negro Police Officers Dynamics Corp. ;
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5. More Squad Cars for Negro Policemen. ; ( presid3 nt, General Precision. Equipment Corp. ,
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AS THE HOLIDAYS ,.; :i. 1j: iJI : :: New Also York., L. A. HYland executive vice president

: :: : Hughes Aircraft Co. Culver City Calif. ; Diad

,. .' F. Calhoun, vice president, flashinton, Jj. C. ,
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.;;; ,, '"'! .. Kaiser-Raymond-Macco-Puget Sound, oakland
APPROACHChristianity ; t: r. '\\" ..o' "T'',-" -.-..... :
J. 'rA iP''t:9'l'. .;. J t ;; .. ,:: Calif. ; Marshall G. Staub, president. Merritt-

as a concept of living in termsof ChaD .dn & Scott Corp. New York; T. V. Jones,

the individual, is always brought home with i ONLY THROUGH JUSTICE CAN THERE BE PEACE president, Northrop Corp. Beverly Hills

new force as the year draws to a close. I... 1 r--I I Calif, ; J. D. Wright chairman of the board
Nowhere, but in a country of truly free men, :- o.j Thompson Ramo Wooldridge\ Inc. 'Cleveland; M. .iV.

can this concept manifest itself to the fullest j Your Weekly Cresap, Jr. president, Westinghouse Electric

in nations where the state has gradually' med Corp. Pittsburgh.Vice .

more and more responsibility for the welfare of i Horoscope GuideWHICH President Johnson, in a statement to the

the individual, the spirit of Christianity becomes plans for Progress, pointed out that the programnow

less and less significant. As the holidays ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR : covers approximately 1,250,000 employees

approach, we should ponder the deeper meaningof BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL ---'-", (800! OI10 under previous plans and450rIOpp; under

such activities as the Christmas Seal Cam- 'I the Crew plans). t

paign, the tinkling bells of the Salvation Army, .__ By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER 'it is a great thing that you are doing for

and the countless local endeavors to help the -- -- your country today he declared. 'All of you
less fortunate. All of, these are voluntary and are men of distinction and men who have made
ARIES
-15th). You would not want when you realize that you
represent the Christian impulse toward kind- f Born March '21 great contributions to the economic vitality of
,to April .19.. to be disappointed, and have accomplished littleto
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ness, self-reliance, and a generally more civi- -- the United States. But I think that the contri-
If you have waited till
that is possible if you observe the Holidays in
lized state of being. bution you are making today is probably the
now to mzil your overseas wait until the last minute. the proper spirit (14th-
a For example, the seaman of the United States, greeting cards or presentsair 15th). Just don't grow greatest that you could ever make because our

as well as all other nations--including those ( mail expected), you _,630551242635VIRGO. too reckless. country can be no stronger than the faith of
in it and the faith of citizenscan
from iron curtain and dictatorshipriddencountries take the chance that they j its citizens our
readily find evidence of ;histain be strengthened only by fair play. '
may may not be delivered on 1 3rn.Aug. 24 to. Sept. 23. 5-40r9- 88549
.
charity and good will at the Seaman' Church time. The 9th is about Anything that is decidedor : CAPRICORN I Each company developed its own Plan for Pro-

Institute--an organization established over 100 i gress in cooperation with the Committee but all ,
the only day during this settled seems to have Born Dec. 22 to Jan. 19 :
years ago to serve both the plans include common features.As .
spiritual and material 'second quarter when you car the unusual blessing of The 9th seems to b'e'i'fie so-ne
needs of men who go down to the sea in ships. expect to enlist the aid the two benign planets day when discreet maneuvers a first step toward implementing their Plans

What the U.S.O. us to the armed forces, what the of good fortune in whatever Venue and Jupiter (9th). should prove for Pro ress, the companies will publicize their
Salvation Army is to equal employment opportunity policy within their
strangers in distress, what you do or decide. You may decide to seek highly profitable, to your-
the college campus is to students--all this and 39077972397 work and a residence. elsewhere self and your pocketbook.You own plants. The policies outlined in the Plans

more the Seaman's Chirch institute is to sailor '. '- but take the normal extend to recruitment, hiring, placement, transfer -
now see
may your way
of all nationalities. TAURUS promotion, upgrading, training, use of
precautions of
Bern :April 20 to \ findingout clear to proceed with long-
Agencies of the Seaman' Church institute may _much May time?fyounaven't just what to expect, term projects, but there plant facilities, and other job opportunities.

b be found in New York, Philadelphia and Los left if you have neglectedto through the most authori- are a few nore officialor Explanations of the policy will be carried in
Angeles--three of the nation's company publications posted on bulletin
major seaports. get your Christmas shop. tative sources. The last- emotional hurdles to company
Men from every state in the union merchant ditch fight against changemay before boards, and discussed at meetings supervisory
done
ping or your overcome you can
seaman--will be stranded far from personnel and other employees.
home during greeting cards written and be stirri you, be sure of attaining your
the coming holidays. It should be comforting to mailed. Fstablish a plan but" you should abandon it final objective (12th). Through the local press, employment agencies

their families to know that there is such an of action that will enable when you realize that it Start making your resolutions advertising agencies, civic and other community
organization as the SCI--and organizations the companies will seek the
organization; typi- you to make up for would be futile to struggle now, and you will cooperation -
cal of all peoples who live under self-govern- any previous lapses in. against your destiny (12th) find them much easier to of their local communities in their i
ment and are guided by the nondiscrimination
great program.
principle of these connections (9th). live up to during the
the importance of the individual. 8-80-33-16-63-883' coining season of merry- While all the companies have longstanding

2-50-66-14-57-256.'' "- LfeRA making. DQ not postpone pplicies of merit hiringeach_ has pledged increased -

THE SHIPS WE CAN GEMINI .n.QI11..,.Sept. 24 to..Oct'. .2$ .making your gift purchases efforts to hire qualified Negro and
r Born May' 21-to. ,Tune' 9:','' Your heart and'-mind J can any longer as you risk / other minority group applicants in job categories -

; There could hardly be a be as one in coming to finding a very poor selec where they have not been employed previously.

COUNT ON happier day then the 9th conclusions (9th). Let tion as it is. To accomplish this the companies will undertake

h for the ringing of the romance come into your active recruitment programs. Some proposals for

I : Now and then worth of the U.S.-flag merchant wedding bells You could existence, if all other 7-30-55-11-58-735. accomplishing this are cooperative efforts with
run into financial dif- circumstances '.'' local employment offices college placement
,
marine is permit, and :GUARIUS
_seriouslY? questioned by, critics. It is 4
-argued, in effect, that wen move our sea- ficulties, but this should discard obstinate pre- Born Jan. 20 toJFeb.,18 t.. centers, and public schools. Ads will be placedin

I' borne commerce in the, vessels of foreign maritime not be allowed to cool a judices that may have You are bound to obtain a minority group papers, where appropriate.

nations, and thus save the differential loving relationship on the stood in your way pre- lift from whatever you Minority gr?up members will oe eiven equal

j subsidies paid by the federal government to 10th. You could open yourself viously. You may have been hear, or from happy developments opportunity to participate in all company-

American steamship lines and shipyards. These to a tongue lashingif tied down by family responsibilities that will have sponscred training programs and will receive

t payments axe made necessary, primarily by Aleri- you let yourself go or or another long-range beneficial equal consideration for transfers, upgrading,

can wages, which are far higher than those pre- commit any indiscretions obstacle to fulfillment effects for you, on the and promotions, Plant facilities will be avail-

.. vailing abroad. (11th thru 16th) but this seems to be the 9th. The first big partyof able to all employees, regardless of race

That argument, no doubt, has proven a telling 4-60-44-15-25-464' _. time for you to start the season may also creed, color, or national origin. -

one to numbers of poop Ie. But there is another $ CANCERoriJune 20 thinking o. yourself first. be given, and whether you In the Plans each company spells out the per-

side to the coin--and it is much the wiser and *July & 1-20-88-17-54-128 the host or a guest, sonnel responsibilities and other means which
safer aide. You, are still subjectTtorash "' are the host or a guest, will be used to effectuate the nondiscrimi-

impulses during this '. SCORPIO popularity could nation policy, while the companies assume the
In the event of a major international emergency, Born Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 your
and
quarter, inclined to
the services of foreign merchant fleets couldbe It should be most propitious spread far beyond your responsibility implementing the various
act first
and look later. expectations. Be somewhat proposals, the President's committee on Equal
denied to
us overnight. Let it not be forgotten to buy sell or
The jobs you have to do slow about accepting stran. Employment Opportunity has pledged its assist-
that we found ourselves involved in two rent property (9th). Signon ,
I may be difficult and very gers in your social cir- aace to the companies in carrying out the equal
great wars with, at the beginning, merchant the dotted line, after
and this r'
trying, also
may cles, if you think they opportunity program.
fleets which were totally inadequate. As a result be the case with the reading all the fine print, = 1
bit too rough for
are a
we had to undertake shipbuilding on a people who are serving while you are enjoying the 1i
or taste.*
Ii crash program basis. The excess cost--in money, working for you. The best benign influences exertedby your Tan topics i

time, materials, labor, and the national energy day when you would be more Venus and Jupiter. Dis- --- 3-10-77-14-96-317.. -.-* =
''I --was enormous. It is certainly signigicant that likely to improve your courage your life or -piscEs' i io
military leaders--and business .'Born. eb. 18 to March gp:
our top our Presidents economic status, and obtain partner from attempts 1
too--have emphasized tha need for creating and cooperation of the to live up to the Accept whatever good fortune .' iJeHAlAR.
merchant standards of has in store for you .
maintaining a marine second to none, right sort, would be the* individualswho
and that they consider the cost extremely .9th have money to burn. on the 9th. It is the. sort S6rMIN6

reasonable in view of the value received. 1 Once you manage to get of day when you feel deep '
7.-10- 2-11-78-712 )
through this quarter you within you that nothingcan .

.'. t)...:.< i can breathe easier. The go wrong. And you need Ij I I II I

Born.July 23 to AugusJrJJSJ trends thereafter are all not be hestitant about i j I
R
very elevating. utilizing the good ser- L
The 9th. as was pre- I
vices of individuals who
viously pointed out. is
may be only too happy to
I
the day when good fortune 870111321971 !
intercede in your behalf. /
attends those who plan to. SAGITTARIUS I
The business II
now IK Pepsi share their future ,exis Bon* ,Nov._23 to Dec.21 pace is like- I\
ly to be very brisk and r .
tence. It would be time to If you are bking for a
you had better be the
t I get your greetings or propitious day to make on
job to extract all the
sewho parcels Bailed, if you decision, compose letters 1
benefits that accrue /
have been lax in this 're- make a hurried trip, or. may
to YOU ,(14th thru 16th)/ "
..Afl spect. Also mike arrangements arrange for social .events, -
,T Ti for transportation you should .select the 9th. This. may also be your "' .

,- if you"have to travel far You arty be impelled to last chance to find a fair. : VIF YOU WANT ANYTHING JUST TELL ME AN

,i :;i L- '., 'to speed the holidays with storm;around trying to selection of presents.1550222192582 I'LL: SHOW YOU HOWTO DO WITHOUT I IT/ *

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.' : fax Coed Honored Second Straight/ Year At Fisk U.MISS ; S Wfeddmg Bells

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:; --- -- -- APPLICATIONS LICENSES. FOBMABEIAGE


t Clarence Collins 1460 W. State
St., 32 and Mary D. Similton 2804
Grunthal St.; 26.

II Paul Stokes, 1729 E. 27th St.
20 and Shirley A. Jarrell; 1739E.
, 27th St.. 17.
.
: Ernest E. Collins 2025 Tal-
i ladega Rd., 34 and Ethel R.
By Cooke 313 W. Union St. 26.
:, LOUISE G. GUINYI4RASome Geo. B. Oliver, 2425 Napa S..
.
i
Philadelphia, Pa., 45 and Ella M.
Williams. 737 Lee St. 36.

I II r r r f f if f { f I Chas. English 1049 W. 3rd St,
i iI iI 26 and Mary L. Barber 1049 W.
I # |3rd St., 23. .
I Kline E. Mitchell 827 W. DuvalSt.

: ., 31 and Mariah E. Bell, 222
of my readers predicted, and correctly so, that t AW2sw A! Elm St. 27.

because of my trip to Miami this past week-end that a L Wm. Jones, Jr., 1550 Davis St.

portion of my column would be devoted to' events 'S /F 31 and Lula B. Harden. 781 N.

occurring in and around Miami. However, I shall deviate ; \ Lincoln Ct., 35.
\ \I Frank J. McCloud 2230 Johnson -
slightly and include a brief account of my experiences I T : Lane, 22 and Dora B. Jones

aboard the "Orange Blossom Special. 2035 Jernigan Rd.. 26.
If this column were of a different nature, it would be : 1 *i ( James E. Baker, 1726 PayneCt.
__ 19 and Frankie M. Samuels,
very easy to resort to "jive" lingo and mention the _______ 1018 Everson St. 21. ,

"happenings" on one of the "rockingest" trains in

history, where there was no need for signal lights at Leroy Baines 733 W. State St.
22 and Ophelia Edwards, 421
railroad crossing or the train whistle when rounding Dewdrop St., 22.

curves, for I am certain that the red-hot notes, of the Herman Carroll Jr., 943 Ionia

Roy Rolls combo could be heard for miles and that the !k t u. St., 22 and Louvenia Allen, 759
A W. Duval St.
16.
shrieks of the 'twisters'must have served as a .
Curtis Lang 1441 W. 23rd St
to within hearing distance that the
warning everyone ,
24 and Freddie 1450W.
I a D. Duncan,
"Orange Blossom Special was approaching. : z 2nd St. 22.

However, inasmuch as I am obligated to reporting the Odean Lee 5621 Cedar Annex,

t' social aspects of a situation. I can safely refer to 29 and Hattie M Thomas, 5621
Cedar Annex, 37.
the superb and stimulating music provided by the Roy
Wesley G. Herring Jr., 1504 W.
Polls musicians the interesting people who made up the Y lSs 14th St., 24 and Doris J. Bowers,

tour, the diverting entertainment provided for membersof 111 Yoing St., Tallahassee Fla.,

the special party, and the hilarious time had by .-w- 24.

by all. KAPPA 1961-62: For the second straight year Miss Zeta Gibson popular member of Jax' Younger-Set re Jesse Isaac, 4456 Trenton Dr.
S., 32 and Juanita A. L.
Jennings,
The Oscar Fletcher family, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Kin- ceiveda, top citation when she was again awarded the "Miss Kappa Sweetheart" title at Fisk University. The 3707 Grunthal St., 3.

non, Mr. and -Mrs. William H. Adams, 111 Mr. and Mrs. charming and talented daughter of Bishop S. and the late Sgt. George Gibson of Jacksonville, is a member of

Beamon Kendall Oscar Hillman George Nairn, Mr. and' the Senior class and is majoring in Elementary Education. Miss Gibson (center foreground) is flanked by Bolden MusicaleDecember

Mrs. Monsalee DaYis Mr. and Mrs. Cornell Dun lap, Mrs. attendants Miss Charlene Long left), Philadelphia Pa; Miss Joanne Douglas, Fort Valley, Ga. ; the honoree;

Julia Hazzard Richard Bossard, Mrs. Jamie Mendez Mr. Miss Lois Harris, Nashville Tenn. ; and Miss Fandra Smith Los Angeles Calif. The float on which Miss 20th

and Mrs. Walter White, Mrs. Mildred Davis mrs. Teruko Gibson and her attendants rode also won a first prize for the Kappas. Miss Gibson is a member of Fisk's Del-

Canty, Mrs. Lois Avery, and Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons were ta Sigma Theta Sorority. Miss Gibson resides in the B. C. Honor Dorm. She will be home for the Christmas Bolden's College of Music

only a few of the many from Jacksonville aboard the holidays after Dec. 15.. Gateway Orchestra Association -

'special'and stopping at the Triton Hotel.Of music committee

Miami Beach, my most vivid impression is of the (Gunter's Studio Photo Nashville) recently met at the collegeto

awe-.inspiring view of the Atlantic Ocean as seen from a plan for the presentation -

f veranda oir the sixth floor of the Americana Hotel--the,, of the Youth Band ina
Zetas Plan Huge Holiday Fete
water, pale green at the shore turning to a beautiful Stork I I "Christmas Musicale. "

deep blue at the horizon. ... Mrs. H. F. Davis presi-

Generally, the trip was delightful, the people I met dent of the association
5
: were the most charming and admirable ever, the weatherthe Deliveries I announced that the date

balmiest the food luscious, and the entertainment ;vr4'i.I5 has been changed to Dec.

superb. BIRTHS AT BREWSTEB a ;S 20 at 8 p.m. in the educa-

:'7 1, y tional building at Mt.
.
\ I. Ararat Baptist Church.
:NYvCN
"- Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Stand- Members of the band are

Invitations are being sent now for the Kappa Krissmas berry; 1240 Oakley Street Y y';. 2 s working to make their

Ball, scheduled to be held December 29 in the Duval Boy. 49r, initial Christmas Musicaleon

Armory. Subscriprions from the dance, sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Hunter; highlights of the Yule

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, will boost the fraternity's 1324 Prince Street; Boy. Season.

scholarship fund. Mr. and Mrs. James Williams The program will featurea
5. x.
1 x
x of Christmas
4124 Katanga Drive ; a ''MN 5)r "
Girl. carols; sacred selectionsand

Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Felder; old concert favoritessuch
r ,n
Bella Donna Bridge Club was one of the few meetings 3262 Brasque Drive ; S ; 4 : 4; as the Bells of Paint

during the past week-end.-The group met in the home of Bo y. Mary. Danny Boy and others.
.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold W. Grant, 5714 Begonia Road. Mrs. Mr. and. Mrs. Lewis Jackson; : Admission is free.

Lydia D. Wooden was Mrs. Gra t's. choice of guest .1151 Franklin Street ; .5 4 55f Members of the music com-

player for the meeting.Mrs. Boy. mittee are Mrs. J. *' .

Edna M. Bell Mrs. Edythe Thompson and Mrs. Ha- Mr. and Mrs. Amos Merri- : .5 5. x Davis Mrs. Fddie L.

dassah Bullard were among high scorers for the evening.Mrs. weather; 6133 Ardisia Road; Baker, Mrs. Jewel Pel ton,

Geneva C. Adams, mrs. Marilyn L. Macon Mrs. Boy. : ..'f:jj0>............," Mrs. (Katherine Phillips.Mrs. .
&i :
I
Vanette S. Thayer Mrs. Margaret S. Mathis Mrs. AudreyW. ;< +.r.:
'< Georgiana Ford Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. George Price; ..)........_....__. :'
( Kelly Mrs. Graylyn M. Lesesne, Mrs. Ira B. Washington 37 51 Freeman Road ; ------ Elizabeth Simmons. Mrs.

and Mrs. Kathryn T. Howell were among members Bo y. WINSTON-SALEM ZETAS PLAN BOULF -- Dr. Deborah Partridge Wolfe, circled Bernice t"hate and John

participating in the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Robinson; Grand Basileus Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, was guest of honor at recent planning Bolden band director.

j The previous meeting of the Bella Donnas was held in session of Omega and Rho Zeta chapters of the sorority which will
62 6 Court F.
w ; Boy.
the Roth Drive home of ..r. and Mrs. Willie Bullard with Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso hold its annual Boule at WinstonSalemDecember 26-30 on the campus of Revue Set SundayFor

Mrs. Winnifred Ellison, Mrs. Flossie Weaver, and Mrs. "inston-Falen Teachers College in the North Carolina city. Seated front,
Troutman; 4256 Owen Avenue; Mt. Moriah"I.little
Margaret Starkes as guest players. Mrs. Starkes and Girl. from rightare Sorors Helen S. Gibbs Frances McCorkle Cozy Hardy, Gwen

Mrs. Ellison qualified for first and second. guest prize, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Har- Hunter Ashley, Flora Cooper Basileus of Omega Chapter Lucretia Brown Women Pevue"will

respectively. and Bessie' Dobson. Second row seated: Vera T. Banks Mary T. Mggins, be presented Sunday
grave: 3527 Japonica Road
I' ;
In the club category, Mrs. Marilyn Macon Mrs. Ira Fulalia H. Peterson Susie ?. Billiard Boule Marshal Augusta white Dec. 17 at 8 p.m. in the

I and headed the Boy. Associate Regional Director for North Dr. auditorium of Mt. "oriah
; Washington Mrs. Graylyn Lesesne scoring Mr. and Mrs. Howard Carolina Wolfe Fmma Dewberry,
Henry ;
list. Fxecutive Secretary, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Vivienne Brown Fdna C. MF Church Oak and Stonewall -
5443 Bergman Road; Boy.
} Mrs. Adams, mrs. Grant Mrs. Howell, Mrs. Thompson 'Mr. and Mrs. Wilder Revels. Standing: Lillian B. Williams, Lois B. Hauser, Sara F. Oliver, Streets.
Lee ; o'f
Mrs. Thayer and Mrs. Bullard were among members parti- 1460 Whitner Street Roberta Cook, Laura L. Hooper, Velma G. Watts, Maria L. Ferguson Fdythe Mistress ceremonieswill

cipating in the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. ; Boy. Williams, Clara L'awrence Mary L. Thomas Juanita Penn. Leola F. Fadler. be Miss Thomasena Con-
Joseph Crumedy
and Mary L. Williams. The meeting was held at the beautiful home of Foror nor. Appearing on the
321 Caroline
Street; Boy Fdythe Williams.TOOTHACHE. program will be Lugenia
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hall
1 ; Crumady Miss Rosetta
1604 E. 28th Street Girl.
; .
PATftONizFLORIDA STAR Bands, Carrie Albright
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lowery;
Gwendolyn Nelson Gloria
ADVERTISERS 4835 W. Virginia Avenue; HOW'S THE TIME TO ORDER Mozella
Dugger Myers.
Don't swffir Mtdlculy. "t spceto r* ,
Boy. Jllf from throbbing air '"! toothache
with fast acting OtA-JEU hill .1 0> A 1 Pocahonta.sBriquetsl Gefora Harrell and Connie
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin FSrkes; lOts M MCOWn vWXMtCCQ ,- V Li AnthraclteCok.ran Wilkins.
w mooer bclu All dry.starn.
1585 W. 24th Street; Boy. fa- CITY.wtDt DELIVERY
Miss Detra Belcher will
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wells; I. P LL SEASONS ICE & FUEL C O.] be featured in several
65 Edgar St. (Atlantic Beach: :, au NORWOOD AVE. PHONE PO 4-4511
dramatic readings.
Boy.

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Wil-

liams; 113 N. 10th\St.

(Fernandina Beach) Girl. .

Hp-- Mr. and Mrs. Edderson \

Arnold Girl. ; 1221 W. Monroe St. 1


Mr. and Mrs. William Cole-

1 t PI man;. 502 Shetter Ave. (Jax __ NaS

Beach Florida) Girl. gaVingg S
*
x llr. and Mrs' Ben Hutton;

1565 Swift Street; GirlHolidayVacation The jingling you hear around

I ; town these dayt is not enough to buy an extra gift. .
I t necessarily all from the Riding a coach hat*another big

traditional "Jingle Bella of the advantage,too.There' no
Her mother her sister?
or
Pay Soars to 200 Yuletide season.A lot of it ia 7 traffic or parking'Problemu

'.BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL NATURAL-LOOKING HAIR COLOR Million Dollars cold cash jingling in the to fuss about,to there'll be XM ,

II pocket of many aatitfied coach t 14 41 lOll of temper to.tpoil the

(Whether you' want the excitement of different NEW YORK-Vacation and riders. They're taking gaiety of the Christmas
hair shade or want to give new life ? holiday pay for more than of the savings IDa hopping mood.Try riding a
gray hair .insist on the long-lasting 600.000 steelworkers in 1960 '
cost the steel Industry nearly convenience of riding a 'Jacksonville Coach daily-
in the famous red package-
210000000. Jacksonville Coach 77"advantage beginning today, _
-
..riewIe. It's easy to apply, and Steelways official publica-
one package there's nothing else to tion of American Iron and Steel ..
8t.Loula.Mo.'S&S Insitute. said these two items ..S.
/ijm 1 11 vacations and holidays-added S JACKSONVILLE COACH ,
lfJa.z.J nearly 25 cents to the costs COMPANY .
for each hour the steelworker :...
LAR1IUSre worked throughout; the year. T*. Smartest. Folk In Town nido Jacksonville e.: .C..ell "
Of vacation -ac- t
this
pay
Oodfroy Mfg.Company SOLO O.iv.St.* '
counted for 19.5 cents, a com. :- .
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bined total of 5164,000,000. 1

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I ; Prepares For Famed Group To Be Featured !In Messiah Sundays .1 Woodlawn- Presbyterian ELKs Memorial

Itl, __ __ -_ .. __ ., Program Had
.: ,
Annual -.....
( Banquet -. '.\;"; j Church NotesBy
I .1 Record.Turn Out

With Its recently organied -

It. East and West, side L. N. Pearson' Sr.

i teams vying to out-do one Church School will beginat A record crowd attendedthe

f another, district chairmen 9:30 a.m. Sunday, Dec. Elks Memorial service

of the Cherokee Divis s 17 at 3066 Woodlawn Rd. Sunday at 3 p.m. in the

ion, North Florida Council, with Rev. Franklin D. Auditorium of the Elks

Boy Scouts of America have Wilson, pastor in charge. Building 712 W. Duval S t.

1 launched plans for their ; i All residents residing in Those attending the service
k Rr said it was one of the best
0 annual banquet slated for arc the area are invited to attend -
F and most touching servicesthe
Thursday night. Jan. 25 in and to bring their

; Matthew W. Gilbert cafetorium. children. We are specially Elks have had in a long

'r interested in converting time. The program committee

The organization's new youth to Christ. headed by p'. E. R. L. C.

divisional chairman Dr. Church School at Woodlawn Ervin went all out to see

jean C. Dow in ing, heads the iIi United Presbyterian Churchat that a program that was re-

T ticket sales committee and State and Laura Sts. 'presentative of the Elks

is assisted by Prank begins at 9:30 a.m. withT. organization was presented.

I i Courtney Monroe Peterson, I V. Huger in charge. The Nothing has happened in along
s r aK' time the Elks
among
T. R. Lowery Clarence superintendent announces

:t Cunningham," L. R. parsons that changes to the New family to cause more com-

JQe Walker, and other .. f ktI' Faith and Life Material ments and to do more good

will be made Jan.. 7, 1962. than the sermon preached by

II First Baptist :tI'tI'k(4( !ip( It members is imperative of the that church all Rev.pastor Charles of First B. Dailey Baptist

f school staff study this Church. It is safe to say
AnnouncesActivities
4 program a success. that the Elks have been
: .
S .. c Rev. Franklin D. Wilson very fortunate over the past

4}' pastor is preaching some years in securing some of

j ; Rev. J. M. Bing a former inspiring and very enthusi- the best pastors in the

'I J.\ pastor of this city, will t r 1 L4 astic sermons and will business for their memorial
,
F: conduct both major services it 4 bring the message at the sermons.
at First Baptist Church 2 k ..3f 11 a.m. service supportedby Sunday was the first time

Sunday, Dec. 31 at 11 a. m. the new church choir that many of the Elks have

I and 7 P.m. Rev. Bing is p x Y w with C. E. Simmons jr. at heard the minister from
I First Baptist preach, and
\ now pastor at New Hope Baptist the console.

}". Church Apopka. here is the internationally famous Glee Club of New Stanton Senior High School under the direction of Sunday evening at 6 there have were never many heard visitorswho him.
services o' clock the entire
begin member-
I sunday's Mrs. Alpha Hayes Moore, which will present for the sixth consecutive time Handel's "MESSIAH": Sunday after- From now on it will not be
I: with Sunday School at 9:20 ship and friends are invited -
noon in- the school auditorium beginning at 4:00 p.m. trouble to assemble the
W. Scott, to attend the any
a.m. with G. This seasonal presentation has become an annual affair at New Stanton and local music lovers and critics Elks to hear him. He is the
in charge. Christmas Vespers in the
t I superintendent always reserve the date for this presentation as a "must" on their attendance list. pastor of several of our
C. B. Dailey. pastor church This
Rev. Appearing as a special soloist for the occasion will be Miss Jacquelyn Smith soprano who is a graduateof sanctuary members.
will review the lesson. The program is being sponsoredby
,I Southern University. Assisting Mrs. Moore and also appearing as a guest soloist will be Mrs. Laurastine The eulogy was given by
.: will have charge of the Woodlawn United
pastor Hatchett, soprano.and a senior at Florida A. and M. University. Mrs. Hatchett is completing her interne- P. E. R. Joe H. James.
worship which begins Presbyterian
youth. The
morning ship at New Stanton in the music department of the school. Those who know Bill Jamesas
at 11 a.m. Choir 3 and support of all is urgently
from this affair will be used much needed robes for Glee
The proceeds to help purchase Club members a s feaker need not be
: Board 1 will serve requested.
Usher according to Mrs. Moore who also stated that this forthcoming performance by the Glee Club has the ear told about the caliber of
throughout the day. I Prayer service and a study
f marks of one of the best ever presented. ._ _- _. speech delivered by him.
.j At 5:45 p.m. the BTU will ... '. period will be held Wed. at
-
IJ feature a short program Chicago Church Johnson C. Smith Simpson 's Pastor I 7:30 p.m. choir rehearsal The solos rendered by JohnH.
Gripper. a crowd pleaserat
with superintendent W. F.. Adventist Youth I will be held Thursday at
I
Alumni former Educator all times seemed to have
I Till man in.c arge. Members Holds NAACPMembership Organized _. 8 p.m. All choir membersand
-- -- been at his best Sunday for
'1 I and friends are urged to Lead Choir Schedules Organization of the group persons wishing to become -

;'1 I hear the pastor' s final and election of officers members are urged to this special occasion and
; CHICAGO The Cosmopolitan Daughter Queen B. Williams ;
the day which Han be present.
f message of el s MessiThe highlighted the first meet-
tl will be te tur during* the Community Church here continued : ing of Johnson C. Smith The Woodlawn United did a magnificent job as
usual in her rendition.
7 p.m. evening worship. as the nation's Young Adult Choir of i University during its Presbyterian youth of all

WEEKLY ACTIVITIES leading NAACP church when Ethesus Seven Day Adventist meeting held last Sunday T ages are invited to be pre- Music was funished by the

J i Regular weekly rehearsal it reported 1,428 member- will present Handel's evening in the home of sent for the meeting Temple Choral Group of Maceo
NO. 186 Mrs. E. M.
f of the Male Chorus will beheld ships in the civil rights Messiah Thursday Dec. 21 Rev. and Mrs. Franklin D. i i scheduled for Saturday
r't Hurley director and organ-
.I Monday at 8 p.m. The organization.Miss at 8 p.m. in Lee Auditoriumof Wilson, 3066 Woodlawn Rd. Dec. 16.
ist. Bill Davis
Sammy accompanied
II weekly Prayer service will Lucille Black. NAACP Edward Waters College Present for the event was Mrs. Augusta Randall is I
the
soloists.
I be held Tuesday night at 7 membership secretary said it was announced this week. Moses S. Belton, public I d director of the Xmas Seals

j p.m. Rev. Dailey will con- Rev. Mary G. Evans pastor Sponsored by the Adults Relations director of John- t ts drive. All persons are Gonzalez Exalted called Ruler for Leon silent E.

duct the Wed. night Bible of the church reported Women's Club of the church.
{ son C. Smith university asked to cooperate in prayer for Daughter EarthaM.
study which starts at 7 p.m. 1,119 adult and 309 youth the group will be presented Charlotte N. C. order that the church may M. White and Daughter
Scoutmaster Jonathan For- members and 3132.00 in under the codirectorshipof J
Following discussion of raise a substantial con- Ruler Hattie I. James, who
11'; shee requests all Boy membership dues."Cosmopolitan. Verdell Jake of Edward the possibility of the tribution. was absent due to ill-

Scouts to attend the regular has con- Waters College and Richard organization of an Alumni Mack L. Hayes is expectedto nesses. Thanotopsis was
sistently done an out- Hadley guest director Rev. Joshua Reddick recently -
Thursday evening chapter here the followingwere finishing remodelingwork read by R. E. R. Robert P.
meeting which begins at standing job in support of from Northwestern Jr.-Sr. elected officers: Rev.F. assigned pastor of on the Westminister Hut Stewart. The Scripture les-

Ii"j.I 6:45 0'.clock the Association under Rev. High School. D. Wilson, president; Simpson Methodist Church Saturday Dec. 16. He is son was read by p. E. R.

lA'A First Baptist Church, 1025 Evan's leadership always Guest soloist will be Mrs. Raiford A. Brown Jr. Vice was born in Screven County giving his services free William R. Davis. The serv-

'f Jessie St.. welcomes its reporting in excess of Sylvia Hamm:Ying. noted president; Mrs. Evan- Ga. He did his high school of charge and is asking all ing ushers were from Maceo

fi";;. fellowmen to all services.j 1. 000 NAACP members concert pianist-soloist of gelyne Johnson, corresponding work at Screven County men of the church to Temple.
annually. said Miss Training School (Central I volunteer their services.
Washington. D. C. who has
.j t: and activites.- secretary: ; Mrs. Mary L.
II Black. toured extensely in both Crumley, recording secret- High School), Sylbania Ga. I
f.! PATRONIZE The church became an NAACP the United States and and was Salutitorian of his .
ary; W. K. Harper Sr. ,
Star Advertisers life member in 1955, 'Europe. class: He received his AB r
J treasurer; Lloyd N. PearsonSr.
chairman Degree at Clark College I
,; publicity ; !
Atlanta, and received his
-
Notice. Rev.Chaplain.R. Vincent Harris' BD Degree at Gammon Theo- I now fte Pepsifor

'j logical Seminary, Atlanta: '
The newly organized
group
; Special Announcement He recently spent two those
I will meet during the
summer sessions at Garrett
third Sunday of each monthat why
When You Need A CAB Biblical institute Evanston -
; 6 p.m. persons formerly '
., Ill. in the field of think
INSIST ON THE: affiliated as students at young
I pastoral Counseling, pur-
r ". Johnson C. Smith are cordi-
his de-
suant to Master's
: ally invited to join the
(1J new chapter, and may con- gree.
While studying at Clark
tact Mrs. M. Evangelyne

l New Deal And Lincoln Cabs Johnson or call,EL 1338 5-5302.Grothe St., and student Gammon pastor he served at Barnes-, as -. "

j Mr. Belton' intuitive ville, Columbus West Applied Christianity Spiritual Temples,Inc.

knowledge of how to organ- point Augusta and Green- Presents
Checker Border
: J With The
ville in the Georgia.con-
i 1 j Get In And Out With Grace And Dignity ize it very an alum easy for chapter us to made set ference. The Man of Deliverance From Coast To Coast

i one up here. We are hopingto Rev. Reddick served as a Supreme Bishop W. Simes

become affiliated with teacher in the public \
schools of Fulton County Whatever Your Problem May Be, Through The Power of God
other, Johnson C. Smith
,'' New Deal & Lincoln Cabs :aiusihi.--.chapters.-! and served as principal in and\Your faith It Can Be Solved. Holding Services Nightly.Decemher .

1 M rs Wilson served Meriwether and Burk 10, Thru January 8:00 p.m.

Built" For Your Complete Comfort And Safety delicous refreshments. Counties in Georgia. Since Pilgrim Baptist Church 4th & Evergreen ReF. L C Way, Pastor
'Life is not made up of graduation at Gammon, he Spiritual Advice Dailj: 10 a.m. to Noon 3 p.m to 6 p.m.

Bonded And Insured Things we omit, but of served as pastor at Waynes- 738 W. Monroe St. Information Phone EL 6-7183
do.' boro and comes to Jackson
Things we ,
ville Nov. 10, after serv- "

t Sf. Paul Choir 1 ing as Executive Secretary Big News For Men!

of the Georgia Conference

Special Reduced Rates Plans/ Recitql Board of Education and Edwards & RandolphInc.

s; East Of Cleveland/ Rd From pastor of palen Memorial

I f Sub Division To Or From Town 50 Cents St. Paul AME Church' new Methodist for 10 consecutive Church Savannah
Choir 1 will end a successful years.

L West Of Cleveland Rd To US-J Or From years programming when He is married to Mrs. Custom Shirt Makers

11 I E Sub Division To Or From Town 75 Cents its schedules a recital, Alice Martin Reddick of Domestic & Imported
Sunday night Dec. 31 beginning Pine Mountain: Georgia. .

\1 Rates Are The SemiOn at 7 p.m. in the Two sons have been born to FABRICSAlso

'Regular Pick-Up & Rhone. Calls church auditorium. the UBJpn. Alton and Ri hieI .

( Prof. Allen N. Green, "

Minister of Music at St.
Custom Made
Paul will direct the choir Drapes

FOR BEST SERVICE CALL during its varied presenta- "You've Tried Others. Now Try Us"

J NEW tions. Nathan McClellan, Royal Crown
DEAL And LINCOLN
CO JCoa
choir president Is invit- Edward & Randolph, Inc

Cf 4-1611 .aclio-Di Palch.d ing other musical groups 1157 8th St. EL
'I and music_ lovers to. hear W. 4-2524.

the program. -

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, Normal.Is UL Presents Awards To Outstanding Workers I Postal Alliance :Alpha Phi Alphas

cites Sen. MorsePORTLAND. '
"" -- Founders Day Is
: :;: : ij i--: .
Fully Accredited- ',.< .J ORE. -- Ashbj "G.
-
.
,. :' .... .t r ') Smith presi.d i1t- of the Slated For Sunday

St. Augustine--The -Florida FG : ;- ::,:-1--. : : :'. ,. .. National Alliance.of postal .
: ',' ) ..,' Employees planed to Port-
Normal and industrial Memorial > j.n' ; Rev. Franklin D. Wilson
;,' land. Oregon to join in the
College Community was
.:...------ ,Pastor of Woodlawn United
tribute given to Senator
the focal point of great -
Presbyterian, will be the
Jubilation last week .w hen ,: J :? Wayne Morse at a banquet principal speaker when
;.
"Dr. R. f. P1irye r. president Receaber 3rd in the Sena-
Upsilon 'Chapter of Alpha
telephoned in the news .' tor's honor.President .
Phi Alpha Fraternity observes -
that the instituv. a had become ," Smith expressedthe
its annual Founder'sDay
fully accredited by the : s eyf yr atl elation of his organi-
Sunday at 11 a.m. in
Southern Association r1 zation for the opport-
Ebeneezer Methodist Church.
Colleges and unity to this kind
Secondary express Clay and Ashley Sts.
Schools, which was holdingits of appreciation and supportfor
Music for the event will
,. ,
annual meeting in Miami # ti jI $! the Senator's trieless be furnished by the James

m=ida < v y efforts in the behalf of Weldon Johnson Junior
Ie of the Florida Normal 4 : postal workers and minority
Memorial k TL I High and Northwestern Jr.
and industrial i

College family are extremely I' t _\ R .w% \ _____ ____ ___ groups.Mr. Smith also visited the -Sr.High School glee

; pleased and highly elated West coast branches of the clubs respectively.The .
% Wir & I public is cordially
over the fact that Our i '" National Alliance. of postal invited.
institution hplds full fil Employees*
membership in the southernAssociation.
I iJ 1 f
However, we c
realize this achievement represents Y

; -one of the great- : t t

est challenges ever to face
4 ? BAKER'SPHOTO
this nearly seventyyearold 4 ky y
institution of higher

learning, and we will exert

every effort to meet this y .

challenge and face up to was -
.'
the great responsibilitiesthat ., V WEDDINGS
-- '-
-- ,... FAMILY GROUPS ? s
are ours as an institution PARTYS
CHURCHES I
of. higher learning' ... JSHOWN here are a group of volunteer workers who were presented awards at the Urban League's kick-off ALL OCCASIONS TEAS
Meeting for outstanding contributions made by them in helping keep the Urban League's program alive in

Jacks aiville. Recipients of awards from left are: Rev. Mrs. Willie Mack, Mrs. Alice Bellamy Rev. J. S. 1830 Wright Ave.
EX &5901..
Ju st OpenedOHNNIE' ,Johnson Mrs. Alpha Moore. Johnny Shaw Mrs. Fannie Bradford and Mrs. Lucille Holmes. Junius A. Bowman,

S HOTELAll executive secretary of the Jacksonville Urban League made the presentations. The Urban League is conducting ,

Modern Conveniences its six Annual Fund Drive with' a goal of 1500000. All citizens are asked to support this drive Special Now Sizes 20-24-'
I
: ROOBS by Day Nlte. Week which is scheduled for this month. till Xmas 26 inch

Rates Overnight $2.50 (Royal Art Studio Photo) Lightwei ht

Single or Double I speed and
'
Special Weekly & Monthly ,,, I middleweightdurability
Rates Women Skirt Sciences, Brewster Men Magnolia Residents Receives Term a.\. ti /5 !

741K! W. Ashley St. Women rarely choose careersin Chrome trim!
basic sciences, although their For, Charging Boy's
EL 6-7596 Slate D. Varner Organize Club \ ,.
job interests are broadening, 't, or
the National Science Founda- Cirl'f
tion reports.AUTOMATIC Solomon Jones. Program The residents of the 5.00 For Coke l I I
chairman of the Brewster organized the !
Magnolia Area GRAND FORKS. N.D. .-- A t 11iL7r
Men's Club has announcedthat Magnolia Area Improvement white bartender was sen-

1 1I I AU Me" All M-.I.I Dozell Verner super- Organization with the pur- tenced to 30 days in jail

TRANSMISSIONS r intendent to the Boys pose of the organization to and fined $100 here for j '

Parental Home will be the improve the relationshipsand charging Negro airmen $5.00 L .
ADJUSTED OVERHAULEDCompl.t. qtar Now-S 1 Holds! Z k.
speaker at the regular standards of the com- for a Coca Cola. ..
A.o Repairs EI.cIco' SyII.ms arofe RI9WAHl
breakfast session of the munity as a whole. v,
Salaaming front lttJ Alignment This was the first victoryof
W. Ciu A 10,000 Mi' club Sunday at 7:45 a.m. in The organization is open the recently formed 2888 I I, iI ,
_.....- C'H With'' bcARe6ilt" the of the hos- interested persoc 1 i.".
dining room to any I
; Greater Grand Forks chapterof .
.. ............
# MOTOR MART ir.anwsuoa. j pital. living in District 2 north the NAACP. made up most- { '
4 .. J ,''. -- Superintendent Varner is of the city limits. ly of Air Force personnel .
../:::" ." .EL 5-6601 Mal n A: Beave r BRING THIS COUPON IN
FNB PLAN city for his work in the are: Mrs. Dorothy Kings air bases. .
I) civic and educational activities Dock Bronner,
t 'president: Under leadership of Lt. and Receive
in the city* He vice president; Mrs. Georgia Theodore Johnson, presidentof

is also known for the fine Witsell. secretary; Mrs. the NAACP unit the air- Roller SkatesNo.
LARGESTAND
THE FINEST work he is doing with the Joan Hudson assistant- men are waging a fight

: SELECTION OF COLORED DOLLS boys at the Parental Home. secretary; Mrs. Claudi against strong prejudicesin ;
4's & No. 5'sFor
The men have had Emanuel Jones financial secretary; this region of the
IN THE SOUTH Eaves the Rev. Eddie J. Arthur Jenkins chaplain; .
I country.The
SIZES nbu 10 INCHES TO THE,IIC 3C INCH Rivers Jr., ,speakers and Mrs. Mary Coleman trea- airmen are trying to Only

WALKING AND TALKING DOLLA Mr. Varner will be the surer; Attorney L. J. Shaw get whites near the air

Deposit Will Hold bt Lel.AwalUnlU Chruima third speaker for this parliamentarian and legal base to live up to the new 2.98

OPEN CHRISTMAS EYE UNTIL > Mi.- series of speaking en- advisor; James Glasper North Dakota law which for- pro

IIGADWAY DEPT. STORE gagements. All of the business manager; Frank bids discrimination in
speakers have given some advisor Mrs.
Hampton
places of public accommodp- SURPLUS GOODS COMPANY
,
MOiD 4-6018
119 ST. MOKE 81 deep thought to the pre- Constance H. Young reporterand tions. Some restaurants and

.I AtuQ"YILLI ._ .. parations of the talks Dian Washington. bars have openly defied the ARMY-NAVY rL AIDA'. ouocrr GOODS IURPLUI STORE rroftcTOYS

they brought inspiration George Brown will be at law. .. .
[:.TA LIS W !
NOW OPENEDAL'S and information that will the altej,, _Miss' Floise Negro military personnelare SURPLUS OOOOS TARPAULIN HAMOWAMC CLOTHINO SHOES

be beneficial to the club. Marvin will offer a_ solo also facing hardshipin 427 WEST ADAMS STREET TELEPHONE EL O241

BAR-B-Q President J. Earl Morseis and closing remarks will finding off-base homes 10135 feac&fcW. Pfc RA 4 5750 6 242

r' commending the men for be given by Mrs. Mildred for their families. *'4ACKSOMVILLC 11. FLORIDA

Try It, With AL'S Barbeque Sauce their hustle in the sale Forehand.Aftentio .
of the fruit cakes..

Tender Rlbs&Barbequed Chicken I ,.

1226 LOGAN ST. nSanffordifes

!
One BL Block North of Beaver St.

Get Your FLORIDA STAR At

ALBERT JENKINS Prop.

ti BURNS' DRY CLEANER S

A HEALTHY
1 BODY 316 CYPRESS AVE. SANFORD, FLA. Dial FA 2-0522

By Dr. S. Cohen REPORTER Nathan I Bums Agent .& Prop
THE Chiropractors creed is to locate the root of the F.H. POWELL,, ,

illness then apply the adjustments to the nerve cen-
I .
I ter. LOOK AT THIS
.....
The nerves, as the Chiro- { UOHLI) S MNVIwST 3IJKAT mil KS
4 practic science points out. are ;: .a LOCK STOCK AND BARREL

the focal points for most of '" M

the ills of the human body. 5e' r 6 3 UNIT ROOM MOTEL APT.RESTURANT These Prices Good At; Our New"

For instance. suppose the = a .
BEER WINE
.
chiropractor, upon examination IK Acres of Land n busy Highway DISCOUNT CENTER

locates the illness in .i> 1301. Full price 27000.00

the stomach. He knows immediately Mortgage payments $13.014.00
1824 West Beaver St.
where the nerves Balance in cash. $100.00 MonthlyIf

are pressed upon to produce interested write: 50 Yanh Wilt of the Farmtn Market U.S. 90) .
that co d1tion. He locates part of the spine involvedand P..0. Box 92 .

finds how that pressure is produced. Then he replaces Anthony Florida .FMa tofe "K I

the.small.. bones in their natural position and Stewing
FRYERSMMM
when this is accomplished the trouble will correct HOMES FOR SALE} 2 fo

itself, and will no longer exist. HENS
does not need to be cut to lose
However, ,a nerve
NORTH ,RIVRRSi'DFSTOCKTON 2
I part of its ability to carry life force. ST. CORNER for $1.00

If it is squeezed at any point along its course, the _UD w5fts. $1.00

life force will be cut off in Just that proportion. 2502 Riland $9750 WL 4 BS. S T -- i
2512 Calvin 6850 -ia
This is exactly what happens to produce disease and '
2532 Calvin 9006- NECK BONES i

i sickness.The Chiropractor's. work is done with his hands on the 330 Acosta Fhown by appointment\ 8750 HOG MAWSPIG 10 Ibs. PORK lOcals 1

small bones of the back. These bones are replaced and $30000 Down on FHA plus small MID.

pressure is taken off nerves. This corrects the real 'c oslnc coat $45. ,to 65 Monthly FEET

cause of disease. And It is for this reason. that the' $1.00 BEANS 1:00:
TRIPE ,
One of a series of articles published in the public Qo/tctpn/ queCBOkbelt.. Sit. .

interest to explain and illustrate the practice of

Chiropractic, written by Dr.S. Cohen whose office' Is REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKEREL EHA RABBITS AND KOONS

at Myrtle and the 20th St. Expressway., 4-6442 ,

TELEPHONE ... EL 6-5068 1817 MAIN ST., JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA

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: ; PAGE 6 I FLORIDA STAR SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1961

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.SA HisEminences; ; ; Receives Award FAMU's Why Mothers Use

WHEN YOU ARE ILL

SPEtIAL'LAXATIVE ,. }' You Seek The Best Doctor
Alpha Betas
i] 'FOR BABY When Your Doctor Preecrlbea
t Get Experienced Phann&dsta

k TAILAHASSEE w --The Alpha Eta You don't want to take To Fill Your PretcriptloM .

laxa- ExY According To Your Dodo.Ordrs. .
chances with strong
of the Phi Beta
Chapter
Ii i ;
: : w. Use Only
i
\
tives. That's why for over
1 : \ : Sigma Fraternity Inc., h Cre The Beat Quality Drug* At
ff( : at Florida A&M universityhad 60 years mothers have re- Dr. C. E.--Bla.k
.J' Al Alv4 Proprietor
aC'v' the highest average of lied on vegetable pure .

.i4 all Greek-letter organiza- BABY EASE" Made especiallymild
3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU
J Jt and gentle for infants
) tions for the fall semes-

a do w ..x' > ;& yi a,a ter probation M. G. Miles, sensitive stomachs. You can, LILLY'S DRUG STORE

j NE director of student activi- rely on this pleasant tast-

n ,. ties announced.The ing comfort when your child 1907 Kings Road ELgln 3.827E I

f t f ia t Sigmas had an averageof needs a laxative. Ask your. A COMPLETE LINE OF: f

druggist for "BABY EASE." Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries
3,35. Sigma Edward L. I i I PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVEREDBUSINESS
slMi Levine 'jaofcsO'xwi.n6, had iBE 2 iI
'j L

the highest average of the -_ ---- -- -_ __ _- __ _____. r. _" -
probates which was 3.91. '
1 i I
7 ols The average are based upona TT
-
l ,. four-point system.Mrs. .

t y"k Annette Thorpe, as- DIRECTORY
J sistant of
professor ,
.
;' English at FAMU addressedthe JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA --
banquet graced with a The Firms Listed Below and Throughout This Publication Are RecommendedAs

menu of broiled chicken, Reputable Establishments
a '1r. Specializing In Services And Products.

J mashed potatoes, green .

J J; beans, tossed salad, hot I HOTELS'MOTELS h BROOMS

CARDINAL HONORED.-Cardinal spellm rolls apple pie and CLEANERS. LAUNDERETTES
n, second from left, last week was awarded portu-

\ n gal's Grand Cross of the Military Order of Christ at Portuguese Embassy luncheon coffee. CLEANERS BORY'S MOTEL & RESTAURANTServing
GOODSON
Cumulative averages of .
a hosted in Washington D. C., by Pedro Theotonio Pereira the,country's ambassador to Fine Foods (
the fall neophytes -.Bring Your Bottle)
were
the u. S. viewing the insignia with His Eminence and the Ambassador are Robert !..tCi.j : Pick Up and Delivery 2 Locations '
Phi Beta Sigma 3.35: Delta This Weeks Special- /? Fried Chicken 75c

Guire, jr. prominent Washington businessman, left, and Father Rawdin.. Ennett priest Sigma Theta sorority, 3.11: 4956 CLEVELAND RD .........................PO 4.9214 OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY

t at WashIngton's Holy Redeemer Church. High dignitaries in the Church, government and Alpha phi Alpha Fraternity 1056. POWHATTAN ST .....................EL 4-0047 7904 Kinas Rd. PO 5.9cn
a -
diplomacy were among guests of the event. _._ __ _
..
2. 91 : Alpha Kappa Alpha

I II 5 FNI Lions Win Sorority 2. 86: Zeta Phi Blue Chip & Charlie Ed. Hotels
Urban
League Sets Beta Sorority 2.81: Omega FUEL OILS 512 BROAD ST. 635 Vi W. ASHLEYEL

fF ff First:. Three GamesST. Psi phi Fraternity, 2.75 BYRD & .SONSFUEL 4 4-9493 El 4.9105JOHNNIE'S

Program For YouthC AUGUSTINE--The Lions and Kappa Alpha Psi Frater- 1

Cagers of Florida Normal nity, 2.74. N OIL.& BOTTLE GAS_ SERVICEWE I

C $ INGTON Establishment of a nation-wide project designed and Industrial Memorial Names and hometowns of the SELL| Clean and Repair ALL MAKES OF. ROOMING HOUSEALL

to interest-of neophytes follow: phtf. Beta OIL and GAS HEATERS
ti spur young persons, particularly College won the first three MODERN CONVENIENCES

t Negroes, in the opportunities "in business was urged 'games played this week on Sigma--Frank Cowan jr. 6334 Resllawn Dr. PO 4-9516-7 I II II II I'! Rooms by Day, Night or Week

; t! here by Julius A. Thomas of New. York, industrial relations their home grounds to open palatka: Franklin Hamilton, I I
j'27 West St. EL 5-4025
Ashley
ti Quincy .and OIL CO.
Edward
: L. I INDEPENDENT
s consultant of the National Urban League. i iR the 1961-62 basketballseason.
f
Levine, Jacksonville
Mr. Thonas spoke at the ; Delta
summer work experience for KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY '- .

a National Conference on high school and college The fast breaking Lions Sigma Theta--phyllis Allen, Mechanic On Duty BARBER and BEAUTY SllO'Neal's ()/'.,
t mall Businesses in the Key West; Gwendolyn Clark
students with promising edged the Hampton JuniorCollege
t Hotel rtatler Hilton, addressing abilities and suggestedthat quintet by a score 1,I Jacksonville; FaYE A. Gary, JAMES .FAULKNER, Mechanic. Beauty Salon

Ocala; Gladys Gary Ocala; IKE JOSEPH, Proprietor
G a session devoted "we consider a pro- of 86-70 crushed the EL 6-9432 Specialist In Hair Setting;
Tonya Harris Pensacola State and Jefferson Sts.
;
'
1:1: to personnel recruitment ject of this nature squad from the South
Styling Cutting Waving TintingFOR
Blodell T. Jones, Way-
I and training. wherever renditions war- Carolina Area Trade Schoolby FUNERAL HOMES ; APPOINTMENTS CALL
cross, Ga. ; Vernell John- II.
'Fuch a project might rant it. a score of 107-87, and I.
i\\\t: well be son, Ocala;' Dorothy Kelly, :5 Mrs. Inez O'Neal, Operator
a joint venture He furiher recommendedthat nipped the Walker BU3iness Andrew J. Huff Funeral Home I'
1602 W. I5fh St. EL 6-2945
of the Der..rtnent of Commerce Ft. Lauderdale: Willard \ '
,
case studies of successful College five by a score 24 HOUR- AMBULANCE SERVICE .
D the Urban League, Watson Sebring; Gloria-
enterprises
of 94-70.
j the National Business operated by Negroes be Joe White was top scorerin dine MCNaie Tampa; Agnes Mary L. Breaker, Mgr. I ROYAL ART STUDIO

li Simmons, Miami janie 1337 Davis Street EL 4-6896 or EL 4.6897Carters : .
League, colleges and high prepared as aids to incentive the game against the ; I 'ElEph! C..E 4.'e94 ,
schools and other interest Smith, Ft. Lauderdale; and (
: and to show how College.
fl I Hampton Junior 515 DAVISRESTAURAWS TREE
f ed groups, Mr. Thomas Van jaloris Smith Funeral Home i I JACKSVIL:E. PA.:
these firms conduct White scored 20 points; II

J said. business. Also needed, Robert Perry picked up Tallahassee; Alpha phi 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE II I FOODS

He pointed out that many he added, are information- 18 and John Horne netted. Alpha--Clarence Homes, Sammie Davis, L.F.D., Manager
corporations and other Madison; isiah James, Madi- & Bubba's Coffee
al\materials showing how 16. High Pointers for 929 West Beaver Street EL 4-05:5 -' EL 4-0546 Shop
son Ausey Johnson Orlando .
business enterprises are ;
to assemble necessary Hampton Junior College : : HOME COOKED FOODS
providing part-time and Spurgeon Williams; Tallahssee -
II capitalPDSNERS were: W. McIntyre, 25, W. GROCERIES Mrs. Daisy Ford, Prop.
-.-- ; William H. Norwood,
-
,r Freeman 16 and H. Duggs,
Opa Locka; Willie C. Rogers, JENNINGS MARKET OPEN 24 HOURS

F iei 12.Top Tallahassee; Luther VanceJr. 617 West Ashley Street EL 49701Bertha's
scorers in the game Groceries and Meats _. --
Perry; and Horace
I against the S.C.A.T.S. were Whitfield, Winter Haven. Fancy Citrus Boxes Bar-B-Q' & Restaurant
iSkinton Robert Perry, 30; Louis
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorori- Bonded and Licensed Shippers SOUTHERN HOME COOKING
1 Jenkins, 23; Joe White

16.-..J- Grant netted 35 tY--Christina Ford, Hobe 1767 Kings Rd. EL 5-4278 STEAKS, CHOPS & SEAFOODS

CONTAINS JMA2MQ HTDtOOUINCV points for S. C: A. T. S. Top Sound; Elizabeth Gainous, I 824 W. Beaver EL 4-9583
Tallahassee; Barbara Hagan,
men in the third game were DrugsSundriesJerico IVORY'S BARBECUE"
I It. Monticello; Penelope Jones,
Robert Perry 35; Joe White,

.. 21; and Louis Jenkins 18 Jacksonville ; Phyllis Pharmacy, Inc. & RESTAURANT
Johnson Miami; Gloria .
MAKES4I if SKIN BLEACHES for the Lions. A. Reese andA. Manning, Tallahassee; Wordie We Fill Any Doctor's PrescriptionFREE STEAKS, CHOPS CHICKEN SEAFOODS

Badger netted 19 and 18 702 W. Ashley
Pick Up and Delivery ServiceOn EL 4-9123:
MObley Coleman; Brenda
'OLD points, respectively for -. .. l .
.. FASHIONED"W Paige, Hobe Sound; Meredith Prescription 's.
walker. John Springleton's Place
ei I Parker, Bradenton; Erma PHARMACIST ON DUTY
J1+ The Lions are coached by
+r' Wiggins, savannah, Ga. ; Hours 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m..Daily SPECIALIZING IN FRIED CHICKEN
Fermon E. Martin. Herbert
Audrey Wilcox, Jackson 951 West Ddvis Street < EL 3-9268 and ALL TYPES OF SEA FOODS
r Flynn, a Junior, is the r .
lightens dark spots ville; and Barbara Williams ..-
Fl 99295MADELINE'S I
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statistician; Enoch Back- .
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perfect powder Jacksonville ; Zeta Phi LILLYS DRUG STORESA -
ford, a Senior, is manager -
i baseManufadurer Beta--Gwendolyn Marshall i S .
; Charles Bolden a Starke. Complete/ Line ofCOSMETICS' 'COFFEE SHOP

Sophomore is the Time

i Keeper; William McDoug ld, Tallahassee I RUBBER GOODS Specializing In Tasty Poods
SUNDRIES
Captain; Louis Jenkins, and CANDIES -

: : of Pointr'i BtraamdTht: Jar with the Star" of the team. Voter CampaignSet Prescriptions Called for and Delivered Regular Meals Served Daily

1907 Kings Rd.. EL 5-8276
Galvanized Steel TALLAHAFFFE, Fla. The \
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Thump NAACP kicked off a "whirl MER VON'S PHARMACY

From Road TrIpsA wind voter registration

drive",, here slated to run Free Pick Up and Delivery Service John Springleton's; Place
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Patton NAACP voter regis- SPECIALIZING IN FRIED CHICKENand
"thump" out of the ride
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super highways.The Open 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.-7 Days o week .
-4 Committee of Galvanized Sunday Dec. 10, was 2619 KING AVE. fl 99295oy
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says "Citizenship Sunday" with 2735 W. Edgewood "
strip of galvanized steel Is now
being* used extensively to form all local Negro churches Phones PO 5-1582-PO 5-9267 Fhone EL 4-J73S-AllWok Guaranteed
the Joints in concrete pave tent participating. The clergy,
for highways and airport run-
iways. It is a hollow tube, flat under Rev. C. K. Steele. WILLIE SMITH STORESDrugs Custom Tailoring Made Expressly icr You!

on top and tapering toward the local NAACP president, is
bottom which is installed in Satisfaction Guarantee
leading the drive.
Cosmetics, Notions, Gifts
fresh concrete and left in placeto
On Sunday, Dec. 17, %
provide a mechanical seal. some
Sundries and School Supplies
Known as Unitube it elimi- 500 college students and REED TAILORS
nates most of the problems 601 WEST ASHLEY STREET El 4-1380
heretofore involved in installing, 200 adults canvassed the EL 6-9762 Alterations Neatly Done
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j/Former Gilbert; Stars Miranda, Chandler Are Slated Top Pro Team Assignments. I



Gilbert Grads Make Big Time BC Announces Golden, Tigers
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111 To Cop Title Jn'OBC Setto F .- DAYTONA BEACHCoachJack 1962 SEASON

J i at least three touchdowns ( 'f-M "Cy" McClairen of
MIAMI---pro-game favorites by JanuarI. 1962
Florida A. and M. gained another mythical Bethune-Cookman College Le Moyneatifeinph1sLane
3Y announced the Revised 1961- College at Jackson,
Negro national collegiate grid title here Saturday,
I f night when they c. 'ed a stubborn never-say-die to the t J 62 Basketball schedule as Tenn.
J follows: Games Dec. Florida A and M Univeristyat
away
final minute of play Jackson State Tigers 14-8 beforeia
II, Clark College at Atlanta Florida.
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record breaking crowd of 47,791 Orange Blossom Classic -
4S3vA' ; Jan. 4, Benedict Alabama State at Montgomery
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| fans in the Orange Bowl.The \
'.. invaders from.Jackson, Miranda Gets College at Columbia; Tilledega at Dothan Ala.
Jan. 6, Allen Universityat Florida A and M at TuskegeeLe
Miss.. SWAC champs in their
Columbia January 6. Moyne at Tuskegee
4' own right by virtue of Another .Citation ;
South Carolina State at Miles College at Birmingham. -
six conference wins this .
Florida A and M Uni- Orangeburg; January 8, -
V| year held the mighty H
I/ Gaithermen to a scoreless versity's firststringCenter : : 'LOP&C&1. Morris Brown at Atlanta;
has been chosen for Jan. 16. Florida Normal at Febraury:; --1962M
M tie in the first quarter
I but favored FAMU* scored the second straight yearon St. Augustine; Jan. 20 lies at Tuskegee.
the Little All-America Edward Waters at Jackson- Morehouse at Atlanta
with explosive fury in the
second when quarterbackJim squad, his 1961 selection ville; Jan. 29 Knoxville Morris Brown at Atlanta.

Tullis romped 61yardsfor moving him up from the College at Knoxville.Jan. Alabama A and M at TuskegeeFisk

second to the first. The 30, Fisk Universityat University at Tuskegee
a TD. The Rattlers j'
Little'All-America Rattler }at % PMa Nashville; Jan. 31, Fort Valley at Tuskegee
netted two extra points on
from Jacksonville Curtis Lane College at Jackson; Alabama State at Tuskegee
a pass. FAMU 8, Jackson, C.
Tullis Sets Up AnotherIn Miranda, is 6 ft-3in.. 230 ., Feb. 12. Florida A. andM. Southern Intercollegiate
lbs. He was selected by n $ at Tallahassee. Athletic Conference Annual
the third period, it
the Associated Press from Homegames : Dec. 14, Basketball Tournament
was Tullis' generalshipagain
the nation's small Edward Waters; Dec. 18, Logan Hall, February 22,
which highlighted I
colleges. He has also Morris Brown; Jan. 11. 23, 24. 1962.Wilma .
action when he tossed a .
been drafted for pro- h a Albany State; Jan. 15,
52-yarder to Al Censon :
for their final tally. The fessional football by the '" f f Fort Valley; Jan. 27, / Marries
New York Giants. Miranda Benedict College; Feb. 2, .,
extra point try failed.
also served as 'cocaptainin S. C. State ; Feb. 5.
FAMU 14, Jackson, 0.Tigers'
the 1961 Orange Blossom d Clark College; Feb. 7.
V quarterback Roy
Classic against Jackson 1r V Florida A. and M. ; Feb. 9.
I Curry, one of the Nation'stop
I passers started filling State College. Knoxville College; Feb. 15,
Nathaniel Tucker the 6 Florida Normal; Feb. 19,
I the air with passes in the

third period for an 80-yard ft.. 204.lb left halfback \- t ,(: Allen University. .,. .,
from Delray Beach Florida, F ''
Dangerous Bugs
scoring
drive, with Willie : 4t
is another Rattler from bees,
Richardson receiving two pickedby Stings wasps and
at* *7lwL' i i' 'Sr a football team.
pro He
and Albert Greer carryingto deaths in the U.S. than poisonous t a.
was drafted by the Pitts- .. snake bites, a
FAMU 's 4. Clark plunged :" "l }t tA.'f t1.::. re.i -kt ; i? Jf...:::;;:.: says report
,burgh Steelers. Tucker from Dr. Henry Parrish of the +' 3
to the 2 and. Curry hit like Miranda was a member RATTLERS HEADING FOR PRO RANKS---Rattler coach Jake Gaither (center) holding two University of Vermont. 4, ;,

Greer in the end zone. FAMU of the Blood Unit. of his prize catches out of Matthew Gilbert High in Jacksonville who will be head- 4

I 14. Jackson, 6. Eugene White, is one of ing for the pro ranks next summer. Tommy Chandler (left), 270-pound tackle, and 37 16 49 I.., .

.Jackson, .with. 54secondto the most talked about Curtis Miranda, 235-pound center, have been drafted by professional football teams. 285 22 563 .,;:' ;. .

remaining, tried desperately backfield men ever to per- Tommy was drafted by the Boston Patriots of the American Football League. Miranda, .... ":&p ;, i

,, to win. .the game form for the Rattlers. He one of .the finest centers to wear the Orange and Green, has been asked for by the Watch This Clown i

via passes, but FAMU is 6 ft. 1 in. 194 lb. New York Titans of the AFL and the New York Giants of the National Football League. /

managed to stem their right halfback from Miami, Miranda is a two time National Small College All-American. 2 +l 8
final efforts with goodly ,
\ Florida, He was chosen by ...... 4 8 i
defensive play to gain the .'i
': national diadem for 1961.FAMU..0 the 1960 New but York.Giants remained to in The Lull Before The Storm 4' 6 !:::;:; 1.-..._. lt ._

8 6 0---14 ____ ... .. ,: NASHVILLF: The U. S.
finish his college work. i. I! IJ *nmxRt
,t Jackson ....0 0 6 0--- 6 56 90 81 Olympic team's triplegoldmedal
winner Wilma Rudolph -
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413 75 347
Baseball School in Fla. now completingstudy
Sometimes he'e np at Tenn. State here I

[Only'l I INTEGRATED baseball I I school! i in the ., y sK f J .metlnies Be adds subtracts heS down confirmed the report of'I I

wbrld. NEGROES have same privileges as <2, p t He works It aU around her marriage Oct. 14 to .:

'WHITE players. 'Christmas Session Dec. ; Coming Attractions William Ward. 25 of .Linden -

23. Jan. I. Four-week sessions Jan b N. J. Her husband is
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On Your BEFORE THE HAMMER FELL: Number heavyweight contender. Sonny Liston of Philadelphiaright tJiZ(4Jwho( think
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final physical check up before their abbreviated bout Dec. 4 in Philly.
DRUG STORE HEEDS J
Liston, paved an unobstructed path toward a bout with champion Floyd Patterson :

dropping Westphal with one punch in 1.58 of the first round. ,jI _.._._.._:
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630 Davis. Street :ERtylE DAVIS, Syracuse University famed backfield star who
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At Beaver 'G.I. Approved 1961 and also, the first Negro star ever awarded the .

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I .. Recupecghng' 1 Making' Sure Santa -Visits' Children- ..j .rOllCe"_.= Miss !+taisIs

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In addition to the traditional .
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breezy, subtle and.sophisticated JgI Tti ;; robbery last Monday in the =r:. t e
"studio type" messages will be 1300 block of W. Forsyth
delivered by the mailman this _
F t Christmas season. ,! y '. a' Street, police reported. r
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Here are some typical ones Cooper was
from Rust Craft:
MOTHER ESTELLA TUNSON "Have a much less hectic job at
wellknown religious leader Christmas this year try at the "I
taking off your stocking before
street
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and worker recuperating "
hanging it up!
in her 1018 "At Christmas time forget night
Avery St. residence following my past .". Just remembermy wIking
present!
a recent illness. Warm-spirited and full of Street he
Friends are requested to holiday cheer is: "At Christmastime from behind ,
some people hang orna-
visit. !her.Johnnie's. ments on the tree JOSHUA HILl.MAN men. The

PRESIDENT: his pistol
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ROYAL ART STUDIO ; said$135.the

f; CLARENCE SIMON .F -1. Police said
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THAT OTHERS MAY BENEFIT is the year 'round theme of the Florida Charitable and I

ClassifiedJACKSONVILLE. Educational Benefit League, Inc. which under the leadership of its president $850. i..i"I

,' Joshua Hillman, (insert) has aided nearly three thousand persons here during the

! -- : FLORIDA'. past year. The organization is making sure this Christmas that at least 2500 needy $800.

I! r ___ -. children receive their rays of sunshine come Xmas morning as ,evidenced by the vast

Hotel -HELP 1AiVTL. 11iALE- -. collection of toys, clothing, shoes, and other articles awaiting Santa and his 735
MEN: Assemble and Distributein reindeer.

All-Modern Conveniences home spare time new inven- p (Royal Art Studio Photos) d : ; J

.Rooms' .y.. Day, Nite or leek tion of ten uses. Write: go/
Spend /
Yqur
Holidays .
Call HI 6-7596. 741% West .Northside Recreation, Inc. at th.e Beautiful.
Ashley Street. Box 918, Brooksville, Fla. IThiiiThlff
1 Y DOLPHIN CLUB AND MOTOR HOTEL ( .

WANT .
'Lots Por.SaI : EL H-6UU2
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Pretty.Lot 2577 Orion St.:
are wanted to New Holly-i DANCING XMAS EVE AND XMAS NIGHT AND
Will bnild new 3-Bd. Rn. }l{>Food Beauty Lounge 622 '.J NEW YEAR'S EVE AND NEW YEAP'S FIGHT

I I I Home $300" dn. or sell Lot Ashley.St. Call EL 4-9774.J, PRIVATE PARTIES AND CLUB GROUPS- e Inwto4K. Cowu.lorua
old tih,Erorat.n, 10
$1500 Terms if like. 5.: Equity
I you .. :"lir. Porter; EL 3-3245 Mr.' 5 I INVITED I .
CajJ Ev41208HQMKFOR_ IS.__ Anderson. ,_ LOW WINTER RATES*UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT It's not always good business to
I II I .. CALL OR WRITE : NE 5-2273 or NE 5-9986 pay cash. If you do you may
SAJ- someday find yourself unable to
I HELP WANTED cope with a financial crisis.A .

Large Home 810 E. BeaVe: 1 presssing need for money
St. This Home being sold tc' f High-Class private sleep- CenterMyrtle could make it necessary for you
'in Jobs now waiting in N. to that
settle an Estate.A prove you are a good credit -
i' Y. City or Long Island for risk. t -

Real Buy maids; housekeepers and yc jahd Adorns Phtlnc EJ. 41468UM 5 .. '. Hershey.
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M & V REAL ESTATE INC cooks with references/ ,

930 Arlington Dr. Weekly salary to $50 and; .. ... ._--
tour BKIMID t MPTONl"OUSE
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PATRONIZE festbury.. L-, I.... N. Y. '. ,LOBSTERS'"THE 51e aiJVUUSso
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MCCOY U. Star Advertisers For Sale SPECKLED .'HIGtfT.ClUJ.DoMi"1 e.dEntMhllll..t 111 1 White
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After JLUEFISH &: .T 39c Shop and RMtovranr C.... I
1:30 p.m.Phone .. u. WtII_ Mal.Fill AJUCINO
MONCRIFP RD. Lot 100x200' EL 6-500 ., ....." ... w..... sa. MIAMI. fLA. .

Gordon W, Barber Sr. : CM M.W.271k_,_AVI._
Reg. Real Estate Broker 'You. Cuff qv (N1ll' cJIaul+ ; CtNUINI ni, nkf Etr 10ft..AIr....e?w;,?Mi ..
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-.Phone. FL 4-6442. oam J BurtonOut .. 59 u. '

LOT FOR SALE .,Snulu th (! !Buwuu":t FISH U. HANDY DANDY$ .

Furnished Room for R. nt, snnp $135 1 1JOK TO: SidBar

,Couple only H'-& C water- 2117WihortStroet. Rai eau u. 3h BEVEME1 .. HAMPTON HOUSE
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Ill., is awed by the complex instrument I
compartment of a ...&..- -- Deliverance- '
model space "laboratory." This Community; Church of First

cutaway rocket model-showing Make Her p p :
the type of spacecraft expectedto f :: Y. Presents
carry sizeable crews of astro- 'i ... : ;
nauts into the heavens in the next ;: Streamlined Granny The Man of Deliverance From Coast To Coast :

features decade-is in one Chicago's of many Museum scientific of ''4i6} :; 'H. >

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Really Clean? 'i' ,

Hygienists claim that many f
homemakers are not taking full } ; t Your Problem May Be, Through The Power of God ;
advantage of the potent germ- ,
destroying properties of modern and Your Faith, It, Can Be Solved. Daily Consultations at home.
aids. and .
cleaning Horse buggy 4 -
cleaning meth- ..EE THE
ods are robbing

them of the which efficiency ifs.i ator :atkd + ,. l "THE MAN OF GOD"Spiritual

science has labored Advice Daily: 9 a.m. to 10
to provide. c :: p.m. !
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has largely It's not so hard to make a wonderful wife think you're' 'won :t:
been replaced by derful.. A little thought in gift-giving (for example, the Lady j % \
the modern, hy-
Norelco rotary shaver) can convince her she has. a husband
gienic .cellulose who is "a doll" of the 'ry'
'sponges sponge.,efficient These every day year. k J Bowling Expert Offers Free Instructions '

and durable, are

helpful But-do in you any utilize kind of all c1aning.of their i Top Bowler At Continental J See J. WiLBERT SIMS..ln Action

built-in sanitary features to help .. __ \
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crllu- The granny gown is assum-
1) Do you use different
lose sponges for each cleaning ing fresh, young ways. Although

Your J7IlJX'ef dlsbwashing"sponges old-fashioned present, fabrics details are new are still and You are cordially invited to' spend a few.moments with one of America, s I
should be used solely for F 14 carefree. Pictured above in a
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that purpose. The same ; lustrous tricot of "A n t r 0 n" .
should not be used nylon is one of the prettiest

sponge on separate all bathroom cellulose fixtures sponge A ,interpretations granny. "Antron"of,the which up-dated com- greatest bowlers., J. WILBERT SIMS, a member of the Brunswick Advisory staff y

should be used for the com bines a luxurious look and
mode. Common sense '''will touch With. richness of color

dictate sponges the for use floors of,walls different and able and pleasing in all lengths opacity of,sleepwear'is avail- of Bowling Champions. Mr. Sims will be at beautiful CONTINENTAL BOWLING

woodwork, furniture, etc. in vibrant prints as well as
The sponge for each fob plain fabrics.
should be kept in a specific RED CLOTII

place cause rectly.where it to no be mistake used incor-can a A will quick-witted equip 'himself frog with fisherman :a- IANB,3118 EDGEWOOD AVE.West, DEC. 14,15,16,17, giving lessons during

light fishing boat in aluminumor .
Do rime them thoroughly \
2) you
in clear water after fiberglass; a light outboard
motor in Merc 110, the 55-pound
each that they will
3) be Do clean you use for sterilize to next time them at $J'iiIIrI11frii: :! flyrod"Fisherman's or a long Dream cane;"pole.and On a the day and evenings. Phone 1683493 for information concerning;

regular intervals? fishhook the end of and the a small line attach piete of a .:. .
is accomplishedby '
This easily "
bright red cloth or'a small red .
dropping them into 'Ej ,' : : '.5 J Mr. SIMS'appearance. -v '
briskly boiling water, with fly.Then "
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water to make the pads or other cover abounds. "JJ' (

sponges sweet. smell fresh and ; 'r- ai ruse t +eK- .._.. .,,,- --- .'P__ ''then Seriously.start. looking>: for frog eyes. ,k ... t

J. WILBERT SIMS, the nation's top bowler, is appearingin .''' f -

person this- week at Continental Bowling Lanes, Congratulations! ( : CONTINENTAL
WHAT TO MAKEBy
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Popular Mechanics CUmmings manager, announced. Further information maybe s "

Magazine obtained by phoning Continental Lanes, '768-3493. ,j


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circuit tester above for such I .
appliances as irons, toasters, LOUNGE .
all "Make way for an exciting International '. 32 ecoad'itioaedFree
percolators, etc., are given Petroleum Company .' l Nursery
in booklet D5. On the tester young tenor! Thus began a Alva went to Italy and '- > : S
shown will fail : reviewite[ the New York Herald settled dowa'.'t study with; from
the lamp THbun&\of, .the ;'first recital of. Eznfik, Gblrarctiei. ;*, ", T .
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thePeru bel cato tenor, Success.'was seam his as the + s VI. 'Mtfero
appliance is broken. To order' i Restaurant
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FOR 'PENT York City in Horatio Alger reviews, in Covent-Garden and -
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Family Relations I I : The. House. Of Byron Publishers I

Holiday HintsChristmas
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Panel Scheduled '

.the. traditional seems in everyone to bring and out a\ Advertising Layouts Promotions Public Relations I,

everything. And what's J11t>re"ondelful1y
The Youth Council of Ft. "\\ traditional than an 1
old-fashioned bread pudding? Thomas Byron Shields DIRECTOR GENERAL
John Baptist r'.urch will
Here's a new one to try for
sponsor a Family Pela- dessert sometime Caramella .
Pudding. To mix together
tions workshop' Dec. 15 1 slightly prepare beaten egg-, 1206 Davis St.ass. Jacksonville Florida I
through the 17 beginning J4 cup sugar r 2 teaspoon vanilla i ,
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milk.
at 8 p.n. nightly it 1 Add 21: cups enriched cup bread
vas announced. crumbs and Ja cup raisins. Mix
TheMe for the programs"' lightly. iNext'prepare': a. caramel .j .> 'ATtIC ,REMODELING REWARDS EFFORTS WHAT TO MAKEBy \:'
spread by creaming
Allan
Carpenter
will be, "Youth Prepares nether 1-4 cup brown sugar: and :Most of the work involved in remodeling an attic consistsof Director.Service Bureau d tee: 6tOA4IeIWBY
For Better Living. U cup butter or margarine until elementary- carpentry. The result--- xtra bedrooms or a Popular Mechanics
'fluffy. Add_2, teaspoons water comfortable: pot for children to play--is well worth the Magazine .
Friday night's program and blencfy- thoroughly. Spread minimum' effort expended. In many houses, the attic can be BOB BREVVSTER
participants will be : the bottom caramel of 6 custard mixture evenly in. converted into one large recreation room (as shown) or
cups. Spoonin two Booklet D3 extensive do it Outdoor Editor Outboard.
separate rooms. gives Foam Rubber Upholstering Mercury
George Brown presiding the bread crumb mixture.
; Bake in a moderate oven (350"F. ,yourself: ideas and .detailed instructions on attic remodeling, Upholstering becomes the
Hoise Marvin devotions; .) for 15 minutes. Turn out plus.special ,chapters on door and window construction and ultimate in dd -it-yourself A mature bullfrog is a gargantuan skies until lie announces his
Miss Robbie Jean Marvin [ immediately. Makes 6 servings. ;repair; To order. 'send 25C to this newspaper' c/oi Service simplicity when foam grotesque, green grem- arrival at froghood with a
Bureau, 200 E. Ontario, Chicago 11, Illinois. you use lin that spends his allotted time
bass
occasion ; Miss Della 1 t s rubber, whether to pad a asleep or awake, buried to the booming Voice that would
C'i'I it h. instrumental solo. '.' 1' -.". ..''-.' .I.... '-" ". bed headboard, the bench of eyes in the waters of a swamp He do justice to a bull fiddle player.
"", ,.' a breakfast nook, or the seat if he is lucky. can be taken by fishing or
The by hunting, but it is the
discussion tor'icand ". former
-4 of a chair, as shown, or evena And although he is frequently that holds the interest of most
principals will be davenport. Instructions for overlooked in the search for frog fanciers.
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"Boy and Girl...felation-..- ,, i foam rubber upholstery are table delicacies, if he is unlucky Bullfrogs are nearsighted
4 he end his time as
> given"in booklet D25 may
tiK avail- creatures, with a n insatiable
ship Rev. Charles"King the centerpiece on a dining
able for 25 from this
appetite and a fondness
news- for insects
table, one of the most tasty
; "The Bible and paper c/o Service Bureau, I morsels on the outdoors menu. a fondness that brings
Marriage f Pev. 200 E. Ontario, Chicago 11, about their downfall, more often
A J. In the waters of the Midwest than not.
Hughes Ill. Send for a free listing .I I and South he grows to full
; and "Marriage of other What-To-Make pro- I maturity, ripening and aging If you have yet to make this
Problems Dr. Palrh M. j ects. carefully under warm summer i acquaintance, it is something
like chicken,
"re ,ar. ... ... only better.
This will' be followed" "" e. ..-. ... ..-... ..-. .-.. ..-. .-..
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a question antTanswer,
period of some 15-minutes

concerning Gaffneyfriendship the novel Lan .AVE. B. SUPERMARKET .


circle will be engaged in

by the participants and 5673 AVE. B Jacksonville
and Miss Cyrthia; Robinson' PO 5-1103
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renarks. Visit The Store Ms Full Of Good Things. To Eat And Friendly People

The second portion of

the program will featureDr.

Daniel I.'. Lauray as Free Candy NEW CALENDAR
COME
speaker for the boys on
For The Kiddies
the topic "Marriage and FOR 196.2

Health and Mrs. Lola r.

Allen RN speaker for, FREE 8 1lJs.WHITE POTATOES With air Purchase Of FREE
the girls. 9 i I $5.00 Or more

Miss Pobinson will preside Copeland -. ._
Bar-B-C 0
over the session
Faturday I
4' SMOKED Good New
with devotions to be SAUSAGE ,

led by Miss Gwendolyn on J MARGARINE I 29 f Calendar For 962
"atson. solo by Miss y.00

Sandra Forehand introduc- .......,,.,_,_, 2 For : .
tion of speaker. Miss o ..Aa Grade A Fresh
Foy Barbecuing 0
Luvern Marvin. There will i 39 .
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PIG FEET
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be a l -minute question and I
SMALL RIBS ;
lb. 39<: 1lJ.
answer period with Van U.S. Good Steer only

Bruce Gavvney and closing .' Lean Brisket :
RIB U.s Cootl
recarks by George Brown. ei '
: fJEW BEEF I
Mrs Clarice Hughes will _, 19: ROUND STEAK
direct the 03 ,- lb. 69
'fun period and # L. G. rrm3 lb.

played community under singing supervision and games BEANS 10:: DOG FOOD 10 GRAPEFRUIT .

of Miss Doris Medlock. A .'_- _- _for lO
wiener roast will climax Y. I G. R. Goeen '., Armoar 3. for

the event. BEANS 2 for 25 4 ,PURE LARD lb.1 9 LARGE TAHGERl S19 .
Sanuel Caswell Jr. will doz .
presi' e over the closing

day's program which will We Carry .
a Full Line
'feature Rev. A. J. Hughes.

.Miss Bobbie Jean Marvin .4

a mock wedding with .Mr. Of GroceriesMeats
and Mrs! Robert Ray Li i


principals.Assisting in-various : & The Best Greens J in Town 0'

phases will be Robert 31 A .

Marvin. James Clark; : PRICES ,GOOD THUS, fRI.,.SAT. .& SUN.

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Hairy ImmortalizedHampton JeffersonIs t.H.TtuiiiijisTniLDTnjuuui A. KINNON '


Va. Harry R. I
Jefferson, former Athletic I N COR' 0 R A T E D
Director and Head Football GENERAL CONTRACTOR
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT
Coach at Hampton Institute
here, nag inducted into the EQUIPMENT
National Association of ) Builders & Developers

intercollegiate Athletics' t
t '5- = 730 Wtst lay Str..t
Hall of Fame in gala cere Pest Office lox 1005 .
monies Friday night, Dec. 8, f .; JACKSONVILLE. 1 FLORIDA- 3309 W. EDGEWOOD AVE. PO 5-4520
Ttli 3.3151
Elgin
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at Sacramento California.The
Parkersburg, West Va. .
1 native, now active as the to

Commissioner of the Central Our 50TH RESTAURANTS; HOTELS and MOTELS; SCHOOLS and CHURCHES; ANNOUNCEMENT .
Intercollegiate Athletic INSTITUTIONS. HOSPITALS; EMPLOYEE CAFETERIAS. I

Association, is being honored 3fe<*6c? t- Save Otfa '

for his 45 years of ser- --- Htl.< m VJ. The First Church of MetaphysicaSience/
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I outstanding the field of contribution'athletics. in. f I" 3210 W. Edgewood Ave.
:Tailoring\
I Jefferson, who coached at'
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Hampton Institute from 1949 SHOP ORDER OF SERVICES
; SUITS EXPERTLY TAILORED BY YEARS OF
to 1957; also served as 4 I *
EXPERIENCED TAILORS .
head football coach at ; ALTERATIONS NEATLY DONE: Metaphysical Lecture-Given
Bluefield State College, Every Wednesday At 8 .p.m.

A & T College in Greens- I fLLdiofJ'r '
306 BROAD BT. Women s Auxiliary & Men s Club -
boro, N. C., and at Vir- : PHDNK EL. 4-46DD a. 4 JACKSONVILLE 2, FLA.

ginia During State his College.coaching ca- '. J _. Meet Every 3rd Sunday 7 p.m. In The Library
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reer, which ended in 1956,
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PMONB FL. 9.9295 B. B. SPRINOLETON. 0"1"
Big Jeff amassed a life- c& A. BANNISTER, JR., MJ.. Metaphysical Classes s'Held Every Friday, 8 p.m. In The library
time football coaching record : GOOD) FOOD

of 181 wins, 86 losses \ Sunday School 9.45 a.m. George Barnes Superintendent
and 18 ties. .M. m *

While molding championshipclubs John Springleton's' Services Held Every Sunday 7.45 p.m.
at Bluefield State,
Jefferson, a 1922 graduateof 3018 NNYRTLE AVE.P.O.5369f4 Cool Spot I
Ohio University, Athens, [SOUTHERN SPECIALIZING FRIED CHICKEN IN ALL SEAFOOD KINDS OF Consultation Services DAILY 10 a.m. To'12 Noon 5 to 7p.m. PO 5 3916

Ohio, set a pattern for .
such men to emulate him as [2619 KINDS AVENUE JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA For, Every Condition There Is A Cause There Is No Problem"Without -A Solution

Dr. Artis p. Graves, Pro- ..
fessor of biology at A & T Through The Will Of God All Deserving Things Are Possible '
College, and H. G. Thompson FLEXLUME SOUTHERN INC.
coach and athletic directorat ,

Fisk University, These .
men and others, were influenced Sunday Services ,_ Dec. 17, .7:45: p.m '
not so much by
fl Industrial-Commerical-Residential

: j Harry that they Jefferson act as true insisting men, Subject Of The Lesson TeIt ("And Great Was The Fall Of It"!. }KATT: 7:2?

1 but because under extreme ",
1 provocation 'Big Jeff' behaved Electric Constructions-Fixtures Installed will be the theme of the lecture to be given Sunday by Dr. Hernia S. F. Nobileo.
as a man himself. pastor and metaphysician of the First Church of Metaphysical Science Inc. in the
As a coach of championshipteams 7:45 p.m. hour of service. '
Neon Signs Manufactured And Installed
I at Virginia State Designed Service begins with an organ prelude by Mrs. H. .S. E. Nobileo. Selections will be
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.College in 36, 38, 39 rendered by the choir and congregation with Mrs. L. M. Anderson at the piano and
and '45 he laid the foundations 1138 Houston / s s v EL 6-5555. Mrs. Nobileo at the organ. .

which brought success ._ The lecture by the metaphysician will precede the candlelight ceremonies, which
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and fame to Trojans of will be followed by Holy Communion.

r those and other years. BEST WISHES FOR, SUCCESS Sunday School begins at 9:45 a.m. under the supervision of George Barnes, superin-
In 1958 Jefferson gas < '-'. tendent. Dinners will be served in the church dining 'room from noon to 5 p.m. and
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+ honored by the National SINGLETON'S SUPERIOR BARBECUEMANUEL'S invitations have been. extended to the public to attend. The church office is open '
Athletic Steering Committeefor for consultation with the pastor and metaphysician Dr. Noblleo' trom 10 to 12 noon,
: 35 years 'contributed to and 5 D.m. to 7 p.m.
TAP ROOM ,
the developement of youth
through athletic coaching ..-. -. .
w and administration' The South''* Finest The Lincoln Golf & Country Club -
in July, 1961 he was elec-
ted to serve as the first 626 West Ashley St. EL 4-2782
Commissioner of the CIAA by ... CURTIS TAYLOR. Proprietor
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