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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 30, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00440

Related Items

Preceded by:
Florida star and news

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 30, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00440

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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.. ,_ Ish. Brant. Testifies. In Court .Circuit Judge

::I During School 1 Suit Hearing Dismisses JuryDELANO

\ : 4MENARRESTEDINCHECK .
.I Testifying.here in U. S. District Court here last I
-- On the contention .
I week Duval County Superintendent of Schools Ish that the venire was I
Brant stated that he had no personal knowledge that
improperly selected Circuit -
Negro and White children attend the same schools in
Judge P.B. Revel
j RACKETjl the system. replaced the old Volusia
Taking the stand as a1 Negro
Migration County grand jury with a '
witness in the school injunction .
new one last week.A .
f suit brought Ffom South
-- Negro was added to the

I jl Hearing For Jan. 5 .4 Local Men Are Charged about school by children Negro parents againstthe of Sets Record jury 18-man was panel.dismissed The previous afteran

school board, asking ...
\ attorney for a Negro
14.. Robbery-Murder Platters Bad Checks the court to enjoin the WASHINGTON -- A record
t For With
: Passing indicted for first-degree ,
school.board from practic- .migration of Negroes who
nurder charged discrimination '
: 4 MIAMI -- The forgot ten'man, the man pin-pointed as the Pia..Qi! PaKe8! :ing segregation. Brant left the South for other was made to includea

:'-,I trigger man' in the sensational robbery !murder case Four men were rounded uV by the city detective bad produced a school recordof areas in the nation was fair quota of Negroes on I

r involving a Negro judge' wife, spoke last Tuesday fort check ,squad last Tuesday, were charged with passing one white child whichis reported this week by theU. the venire. i

t "t, the first: time to anyone, outside of police authorities.. worthless checks. amounting $1.144 city detectives attending a Negro S. Census Bureau.It .
t.' The first words uttered to reported. School. was reported that 1.5 '

r 01\ a 'Florida Star Miami correspondent .ha y. Held in Duval County jailon -'the checks were part' of a Brant said that althoughhe million Negroes '* record 3 .Are Indicted' i

t it by Clarence Simpson forgery charges are number stolen from a local has no personal knowledge number for any 10-year
A.preliminary hearing for
i t P were: 'please notify my the defendants in thisMILS. Robert Singleton Carr 42, printing firm about a year he believes other period during the 1950's. For Wire Tapping

$' mother and father/ --- "'. of 2044 Davis Street: ago. Other checks are records might show cases of Mississippi had the largest !
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Q( Simpson was arrested on :" \ : Edward William Harris, 53, still missing., Negro and Whites attending migration of non-whites, NFT OPLFANS .-- Three
Dec. 16 in connection with More arrests in the case 323000. Southern states
t, of 1941 Louisisna Street; the same schools. promInent New Orleans men ,
t jo! the Oct. 28 robbery slaving Clifford Francis Hunt 42. are expected to be made, The Negro patents are with more than 100,000 net were indicted Wednesday by I

cc ofUrs. Beatrice Dunnaway. IL- 4 jyS of 342 Spruce Street; and soon, Sgt. Blizzard said. .' being represented by Miss non-white migrants were : a federal grand jury on'

L Others arrested in the k' Willie Allen Phillips 27. Statements were signedby Constance Baker Motley Georgia, 204, 000; South charges of wiretapping the '

A, bizarre case were Mrs. of 534 West Union Street _, Harris.1 Hunt -and- Phil-- National Association for Carolina 21 8, 000; I telephones of Baton Pouge- I
B. Thomas, lips: admitting 'the =- California led the states
l Eugenia 37-year- forgeries
I f' SgtsrW.L. ,;Blizzard and the Advancement of Colored clergymen, it was reported
,,1, old wife of Judge Lawson J.R.. Hawkins: .of the city and implicating People's legal staff from with 345,000 migrants; New : Accused of tapping the
I Thomas, and Aubry Henry 'Carr Blizzard said. York, 282,000; Illinois, ,
0,
police bad check squad New York City and Atty. telephones of a rabbi. and
t M 27, of 1322 N. W. Fifth Ct. said, the men are chargedwith working. on the case with Earl M. Johnson NAACP 189,000; Ohio, 133,000; a minister who signed
1 1 Mrs. Thomas who has been forging four checkson F. gts. Blizzard and legal counsel from Jackson Florida 101,000; New ,I petitions supporting \

1 released under $2,500 bond J the Peninsular Insurance Hawkins were Fgts. P. C. ville. Jersey 112,000 ; and racial justice were Ftate

U is charged with conspiracy :' 4 f 7 2 Co. The check: Taylor and -W.: D. Jones U. S. District Judge Bryan Michigan 127000. I Fen. Vendell Harris,

9. to commit a felony resulting ranged from $270 to $309 also of the bad check Simpson is allowing Miss Also included asnon-whites Lawrence Hall a Baton

1 ;;. in first degree murder.' I. the investigating officers souad. Motley and Johnson until were. American Indians Pouge private detective,

{ i'J: police said Mrs. Thomas. said. 1Theofficers Jan. 22 to file a reply Chinese Japanese, i and Leon' Patterson, a

,, 'set up' the robbery of a also said Bunche Promises.. brief. Hawaiians Eskimos, .and 1 Baton Rouge equipment firm

numbers accounting house in ..-....., Fillipinos. executive.
which Aubey Heny and Peace In Congo Child /Is Hurt-
EUF;NIA THOMAS Street Harris, classed as a top
Ashley
'I; which Aubry Henry and Charged in Slaying rUSO I Rowan Hits segregationist and "a

Clarence Simpson shot to LEOPOLDVILLE Congo, ,
Slates During Scuffle member of the State
shocking case that has
Nations
Africa United
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death Mrs.. Beatrice Dunn-
Sovereignty Commission,
Critics
rocked Miami social Congo
t New Year's Fete Secretary Ralph Bunche was I
with inter-
; away was charged
circles has been set for
credited toward bringing Over Shotgun
Simpson, a native of PHILADELPHIA -- 'Some of cepting a conversation I
Jan. 5.Continued For ServicemenFinal
the first basis for peace J
Ridgeville, S.C. told a the Americans crying between the two clergymenand
Next Week among the rival factions of A little girl was seri-
Florida Star reporter he touches are being loudest about what the U. relaying it to Sovereignty -
the embattled infant ously wounded Wednesday
met Henry about six weeks More About completed this week on the N. is doing to Tshombe Commission
Republic of the Congo last during a scuffle over a _
murder and This Shocking Case which dead officials and Fast
prior to the new Ashley St. USO shotgun police reported. wouldn"t be caught Baton
1 they became close friends.He Intrigue! Murder! Dope? will stage a gigantic New Police* said the little having lunch with the Rouge Dist. Atty. Sargent I

said on the day of the Year's party for service ? girl state that John Katangan leader* Carl T. Pilcher it was revealed.

murder Henry asked him if Police ReportsCOMMONLAW men Monday night, begin- r2r Thompson had .threatened to Rowan, deputy assistant Charges against Harris

he wpuld. like to make ning at 8 o'clock Miss $;,rx, xjL. shoot her aunt and during secretary of public affairs disclosed the conversation
money- Simp- White, direc- was between Rabbi Marvin
some easy TROUBLE Ertha M. M. } their tussle the gun dis-. told a Philadelphia
son explained that at that 'A 35-year-old woman was tor-founder, announced. charged. The victim was audience Wednesday night. Reznikoff and Wade Hackle,

time he hal no idea that injured t in a .fight with Servicemen, their wives. taken to Duval Medical Rowai, a Negro and former executive director of the I

murder would result. her common-law husband and guests will be sumptuously aaa =spa Center by ambulance. newspaper reporter said a American Friends Service.

Simpson said that it was last Monday.police re- feted by ,committees ,3. Thompson, 74, of 1161 E. pro-Katanga propagandist Committee.

agreed between the trio ported. comprising vplunteer 27th Street was arrestedat operating in New york spent 'Your Negro Newspaper
\ that after the robbery. workers who will serve as $140.000'spreading myths
the shot-
his home and
Stands For The
BEATEN BY Rights
plans were completed Mrs. hostesses entertainers, T t SS. turned to and misinformation about i
gun was over
I Thomas would issue three V TEENAGERSMrs. chaperones and will endeavor -' r homicide detectives at the Congo this year. I Of The Negro People

way split of the money. He to make the new
Duval Medical Center. -
4f added that the now famous .. Evelyn Sparks 32. facility live up to the '

parting words of Mrs. of 818 Cleveland Streetwas theme of USOs throughoutthe RALPH BUNCHE ,Sgts.Patrolmen h.A. Harawey W. J. Johnson and F.P., i Flowers Spread! Holiday Cheer -f f I

Thomas were: '"Shoot but attacked by a group world "a home away, week informed sourced Corley investigated..Bridegroom .
; shoot low.* of teenagers last Mondayat from home." reported. .

Asked if he pulled the 'Ashley aid Jefferson It was learned. this week" When Katanga President Is t

trigger that delivered Streets, police reported.. that Miss White has spenta Moise Tshombe threatened

death to Mrs Dunnaway, Mra. Sparks said she was huge amount of her jto walk out of the peace 'FilmFlammed'On.

Simpson merely said dis- standing at the bus stop personal fortune to make conference, Bunche' Wedding Day

traughtly "I signed a .between 9:30 p.m. and 10 the new USO one of the

confession." Questioned p.m. when a group of teenagers nation's most modern for '..
MIAMI -- A bridegroom'swedding
further about the shootinghe came-up to her and servicemen.The .
day proved to be
admitted that the gun asked if she had any money. new USO was recently '
V costly, police reported. f
went off accidentallyduring She said she refused to made a branch of the main ,f 9i ft K t( h1 k 1
Alfonso Ashley. 21, 258
a scuffle saying answer. They knocked her USO and is equipped with
NW 12th St. .. told policehe
that his memory is a bit down and kicked her in overnight'quarters,
was swindled out'of r
the face and. too her showers, a snack bar,
$213 by two men in a confidence r
money. library, auditorium for scheme
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The woman was taken to dancing-, and other fea-
.Laborer Charged Ashley reported the inci-
Duval Medical.Center for tures planned for the
dent to officer who
treatment of an t
lacerationson recreation and relaxationfor
In Bar 'Slaying the left side'of her off duty servicemen directed bio to the police'
face, station where Ashley was
by Dr 1C. lIiller'and
their families, and guests.
MIAMI -- Metro police have released. told he was the victim of
charged Puerto Rican farm Victim police"was intoxicated .' The general public is PRESIDENT TSBOiKE a "pigeon drop." These attractive coeds at A & T College took tine out r

laborer, Ramon vagas with Indicated.,. reports also inyited to inspect persuasive powers to Detective Marion Hurrah' last week toobserve the beauty of a bumper crop of ,

the gun slaying of James Patrolmen W. Solomon andC. the new.USO and clubs, Tshombe aad Premier grille tried to help Ashley get poinsettas. produced by; the A & T Floriculture Dept.,

Williams, 63, of the.B&L ,T. KcClendon investi church and youth groups to continue .negotiations credit for formal. attire' which burst into' full bloom just before the holidays;

quarters, in Saellaan's gated.! are cordially invited-to averted continuance, of and flowers but-Ashley was ,Jacqueline Lesane left Elizabeth town. N. c.t holds '

Tavern, ',- 37' Day'!.Are.- :.:. join the facility'svolunteer another bloddy. chapter__ in.j ablet t eke'arrasgement-' .white bloom while Glenda Jones, Waterbury Conn-, prefers"
: .;j> the turbaleat situation. for the-;-conventional red. '.
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"Member of Associated Negro Press" '
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ERIC" O. SIMPSON' _.....__....-................_......-...Mqnogns! Editor .'. .I -..: \ HAPPY YOU'LL"rUATHY TIME'SUP ", : ',....,r.: for the Advancement of Colored People -finally } )
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! : ALYSON-E. WISE..._._.........._._.._.._.._...............-New Ec&Oi AN AWFUL, STATE OF THINGSIN AFFAIRS- .:;. ,?-. .. '' gets a chance to defend itself.-after fiveandJJ.I I

.HILDA WOOTEN..._......__............_.............Qrcalotion Manogef RACE-REUGIOUS-AND "r"l :' a half years of dilatory' legal tactics which .

--, MAIN OFFICE & PLANT- ,: r HATRED ON THE RAMPAGE'.' :. effectively banned the organization throughout .

the State of Alabama.
2323 Moncritf, ; Road:.........._......_._-_.....Phone;Elgin 4-6782', Jr :; ,. *
Under direct orders of the United P--+ ,

Moiling Address: Supreme Court Alabama authorities i '
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'I -':-' : ...lAM,. FUA. TFR 43195 OR *R>48105 "- ft, -1.... '-, .' !i" The hearing will- be held before

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SUBSCRIPTION RATES- _" ",' ; Circuit
County Court
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One Year, $5.00; Half'Year, $3.00 .. M. ;> "
NAACP General ,Counsel Robert L. :
Mailed To 'You Anywhere In The United!' States "
Subscription Payable In Advance. Send Check or Money Order To- Carter announced this week that te AS, l.tion's ra-

FLORIDA'STAR-P.. O.Box 561-JACKSONVILLE' 1,FLORID/--: ,, c11e ; 'ct executive secretary Roy Vilkins. and

t -- Mrs. Ruby Hurley NAACP southeast regional sec- ,
FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR:,. -
THE. Jobs retary, would be called to testify in defense :
and Civil Service
County
1. City
of the Association. <
2. Negro Road Patrolmen v

.. 3. Negro Firemen ': .. .. Without notice or warning, the Association was .

& Police Officers .' served with a restraining older and injunction,
4. More Negro :
'A' r.rf't :,' June I, 1956, on the ground that it haH failedto J'

.' -.. ;,. -;. j .. I'"' .,..",':: register as an out-of-state corporation doin

1 .. ."r /: : "business" in Alabama. The NAACP contended
NEGROES :
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that it did
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FORTHE'YEAR -.'l,... ..:.,......._....'.- .f' applicable to non-profit organizations.
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Although the Association had been operating
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: in Alabama since 1918 this issue had not been \ i
At this time of the year when most of us are--making resolutions -
raised until 1956 two after the .
for our individual progress it would be well for : years U. S.

t Negrpesjgto give more thought to some resolutions that -.. Supreme Court decision banning segregation in .i
would affect for the whole. t ; public education and in the midst of the
progress Negro race as a_ .,.r ;i.. year- ._ J
c ;>".'.4Strong- .- rryt long Montgomery bus protest. '
Ler'urresolve first to stop blaming the "white man' for -- -- Gov. John Patterson then attorney general,
,
hindering our progress and come to the realization that we .
also charged the NAACP with 'creating racial' '
ourselves are the 'greatest hinderance to our a \
progressas "
tension and unrest. He was able to secure a

race. .. i. Leadership_ ,In The U.N. Could $100,000.00 fine and a contempt of court ruling t

0' against the NAACP because of the Association's
j Let as resolve, to' examine-ourselves and determine our
., shortcomings and erdeavor to correct them. Change The The Picture For 1962 '_ refusal to reveal the names and addresses of :

r .- --- ,' -.- _. ---- -_ .. -_ =-_. its rank-and-file members and contributors
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I'i Let us resolve as Negroes to be less concerned about ,t across the state. :

our own personal progress and correct that attitude. of: as' .;:- Your Weekly From this. point, the case of ALABAMA vs NAACP .
.bng as I succeed, the heck with the''rest. :
: was maneuvered through a maze of courts, with
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I ? Let's stop trying to hold each other back the way many of Horoscope Guide the NAACP trying vainly to receive a hearing in

I us de by throwing monkey-wrenches in the programs of .... I Alabama' state courts. -

r i "others. or by speaking critically and prejudicially of the :T The case was carried, by the NAACP, to the U. s. ;

!', !i fellow..-. .. who'.'is. trying to progress.or do something worthwhile.We WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR : Supreme Court three times. And three times, the

should*resolve to rid ourselves oT that subconscious i. ".---.. BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL High Court ruled against the State of Alabama.Mr. .
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,. spirit of hating to see the other fellow get ahead. because t Carter has been the Association's chief
'
;f,!, he'll be getting ahead of you. J By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER. -,tprepared legal strategist since the case merged in

i 1956, presenting the Association's argument before -
: J Let learn with each other and each [ for your favorite"I.people.
us to cooperate help ARIES [ 'b't yourself if they fail to the Supreme Court each time and participating -
*. other, for the success of one is the success of all. Should you find
k 1 .. Born March 21 thru April 19 [live up to their promises. in lower court pleadingp.
I .1 : yourself not quite satisfied -
t:J Let us resolve to UNITE for the benefit of our race and j One JlOpportunities are not like- He has been aided by Attorneys Prpd D. Gray of J.
of the outstanding de- ;' with: the developments.
;',! pledge ourselve to. support programs of cooperation ort velopments that should 'i 11Y to come in ones, or' even' that have been heretofore Montgomery; Arthur D. Shores, (0 ZPU Hiilingsley '

: boycott..For we must realize that it is only through twos, but en masse. Seize: Jr. and Peter Hall ol' B. rminghar; Mrs.

{ : UNITED ACTION that the Negro can accomplish any Please you most of all, maybe them: examine them and exploit indicated, try to provide Maria 'L. Marcus, of New York City: and Frank D. I
< be united when the an appointment to a whatever has been lacking.
appreciable gains.1 must we go to them to the full extent Reeves of Washington, D. C.
tEl. polls to vote for the men who run our city, county and higher position, or .the 'of abilities. If Your mental powers are
your Justice John Marshall Harlan, the Court's
; federal government and we must be united in the chanelingof attainment of an objective strongly stimulated, and'
you. have been working for spokesman, said on June'30, 1958 that "This
the dollars With united defeat I
we spend a vote we can that was difficult. The should put them to work
.. .others, and are tired of it, you court has recognized the vital relationship
the elect the and with
man or right man
wrong ; proper old year will also pass where they will do the
channeling of our spending dollars we can bring about you may consider strikingout between freedom associate and privacy in
i away on a promising note most good.
d better and more respectful treatment as well as induce. for yourself; or better one's associations. "
that it .will be
firms to employ Negroes in other than menial positions. replacedby still, with a partner. Justice Harlan pointed out in his lengthy +
one that should create 7-60-22-13-36-762
opinion that exposure of NAACP members in Ala-
We must therefore resolve to support movements to new opportunities for the
SAGITTARIUS bama would threaten them with "economic reprisal -
secure better treatment of our women in stores as well as excellent and profitable: 530441365395LEO'
Born. Nor..23-thru. Dec.: 21 ..: loss of employment, threat of physical
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movements to secure fair employment practions which involve use of your true talents.You ;, t '
I the hiring of Negroes. can, be fairly certain Born,July j23 thru Aug.23 t[ Whether you are cele- coercion and other manifestations of public' r

.that 1962 will be exciting Even if you expect the impossible brating your past successes hostility. .

| We must resolve} as register as voters and encourage .and eventful, and that during the festive or have been The Alabama case has great implications for I.
anyone we know who is eligible to do so. you the civil rights movement throughout the South,
I will be in a better position week, you stand a good showered with additional
I for other states have tried to block the NAACP ,
chance of receiving it. ones, there will be plentyof
Then we must resolve to vote and see to it that our to fulfill your .
neighbors and friends do likewise. hopes. You should put forth your excitement and re- with legalistic delays. Alabama has been the

best effort',.when this is .oicing. Your bandwagonseems only state successful in banning the Associa-

In the year 1962 let us all resolve: to improve our 220331873494'TAURUS required, as the' stars to be hitched to the tion. -

economic status,' first by supporting a jobs-for-Negroes only points the way. Each stars, and you should ride

,F iF campaign, then, by working dilligently and finally, by saving Born April 20th thru, May 2Qlh., individual has to start it with confidence and \

some money. There maybe some rather the wheels turning. 1962 assurance your trip ply y

Let us.resolve to save some money each and every weekor tense moments before every- should be a highly productive f through 1962 may be a fulfilling tiOG4j

each and every month, because money counts and the one in the family can year. I and properous one. -. ( ) I

Negro Will never command much respect as long as he settle down to an eveningof 1
remains a credit consumer without capital. ". 870881476343VIRGO 3-11-20-12-62-709
and unusual sur-
gaiety .
,
prises. Those of you' who CAPRICORN i
We should resolve to curb our tendencies high livingin
23 Dec. 22.thru Jon. 19. nowits
and who. maybe Sept. Barn'
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the form'of expensive cars, high priced clothes and are single __,Born Aug.j24'ihru ..
the choicest liquors. invited to parties, could aatJ
It may have seemed like a .
have the good fortune. of j
There are .hundreds of other resolutions that' could be meeting your matetobe.You terrible task to get ready you-may arrive s-at a final Pepsi ,

.listed dealing with promptness, dilligence, effeciency, should help yourself by :I for this yearly event* but .conclusion which may set "L f

truthfulness nad the curbing of boisterousness in public, for now that# it is here you you op the path that has :)i

+ which should certainly be considered; but if we would fulfill accepting invitations should love every minute of been the focus of your
events that are scheduledfor
the resolutions outlined above .chances and we will '_ it. 'There is no joy like '
any of these days. The dreams for some time j!ast..
find ourselves progressing as a race' and individually I
that of
leaps and bounds. New Year holds considerable. giving, as you may I The social pastimes in : 'i

promise. discover if you have loved which you engage 'should :

ones ho are the.recipientsof
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also be more brJ.lliant than i t

410441678691GEMINI your generosity. Their ever and you will have ..;....

l .. ; presence would probably be ample, opportunity ,to shine.It !..-..: 1
your finest gift and you i
ran OTopics/ d is fine for friendly :
Born- Mar.-21. .thru- June. 21. ,should do all.possible to reunions and the materialiZation ,4-; i
make this
come true.
It would add to your joy of your hopes., The

to spread your bounty to end of the year is crowned I ..> .
take in others who may have 280771575287LIBRA with glory t. ,.. :-' ,
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:' '.. .' : conventional. way. The Born Sept., 24 thru. -Oct. 23 6-50-77-16-59-492 !, ; 1.< ,
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'ii!i< r: feeling of oneness ,in'the There is no place like .- _.-- *' ':. '

: : family, and greater security home and this is the creed fAQUARIUS '. '

are engendered by a which should motivate all Bora Jan. 20 .thru'rah- 18

succession of magnificent your actions. If certain *
V. -
planetary configurations. members of the family have r4.l
I You may hear from ,or be I !
that culminate. New Years>> been.at. odds with each honored --
with the visit of :
Eve parties should be held other, this. >is the ideal someone 'who nay have been !j .

'at home as indications time to bring them together mind An'd. -
on your of late.
are that this is where for welcome recon-
you should have little to
there will be more fun and ciliations. An inspiring .
complain about, when you
excitement. 1962 promises development, connected; with 4.lS.
take stock of the blessings I .
to-be a very significantyear the job. salary or domestic .,
that cay have been showeredon "
when you nay rechart affairs, could transpire.Good .

the course of your life fortune may decide to you by all those who *, 1400 WRBC 1400 -
fulfilling lines. esteem and love you. It '., q- ,
along more put on repeat performances. c ,
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seems as if you have i -ncLTURie-
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4 reached a certain milestone i to;
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6-19-68-131 140551571396SCORPIO "' KEN KNIGHT ':
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"A DAY OfF FOR.i YOUR SILVER WEOOfMOi!i? 00 I:..H.YETO '. Born Jim 22 thru July 22: *. to way i TRAIN :: ,; .,.,;..;\. ." -
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PUT Uft vmt THE ea.rtY1WfN1Y-FIVEYWii- The stars s have Indicated have been envisioning. in .,
festive and You are in for some un: *
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Dean Burgess I' / Clubs/ Carry Xma Gifts To Juvenile Shelterr" Deltas :Launch Nationwide


m ... Aid
Represents Drive To Miss. 'Riders1 \


'FAMU.S Washington D. C. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority launched

1 recently nationwide. drive to raise funds providing I II

... tuition, room and board for the 70 high school students .
JACKSONVILLE Repre- I expelled from their McComb. Miss. classes for refusing

senting Florida A&M Uni- t I to sign pledges to discontinue demonstrations.

versltr in a state-wide J I Tfie students demonstrated* I __.
conference educational peacefully against the
p African Charm
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needs and activities related .3 August 30th arrest and subsequent -

to-the nursing home jailing of 15-year

field in Flori were Mrs. old Brenda Travis, a fellow

E..1. Burgess, dean of student.

the school of nursing, and '.+.ESAO( F) rw jailed for staging a nonviolent -

Kiss. H. Leola Monroe ,': f.f sit-in at the local

"assistant, professor of \ -it _- r Greyhound Bus terminal,
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nursing.Misit t ti Miss. Travis was sentencedto
Monroe presented an '--- stay in. Oakley Training f t

Instrument designed to determine 'School for Delinquents until -.

the cause for lack further orders from the

of cooperation by nursing court. She is still there.

home personnel in the pre- To show its own indig- y

sent .educational programs nation, and to focus

available for nursing home .r national attention on what

administration personnel. it considers a deplorable
s
,Th e instrument was situation Delta Sigma
MARY One of four
MACKEJA.
enthusiastically acceptedfor Theta has asked each of its
students from the new independent -
use by the various representatives ..I 181 alumna chapters to
S w nation of Tanganyika
., donate either $70.00, which :
a East Africa enrolled -
The conference was held would provide one student's
at A&T College is
December 13 in the J. Y. 4z : aV S tuition for one semester, t
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Porter Building Auditorium.It : i; :' *?%,,: '13 1-. or $40.00, which would [ .beauty an example and charm.of natural

serves as a precursorfor 1 provide one month's room I
'Using flawless English
planning 'the various and board for one student.
I she appears frequently before
regional and annual short :: Also contributing will be I.
S .
Sjr : audiences about the
courses within-the state. ; : each of Qelta's) 89 under- campus. She studys v. je
Other state agencies and graduate chapters, its
r economics at A&T under a
associations represented
professional staff.

were: the Florida Nursing :t:2ci: jk\J : : I contract the arrangement College and the between -

Home Association, the State
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Welfare Agency, the Florida. OFFICERS and members of the Velaicarolettes Hndge Ciuo and the Community .Savings Club banded together fax Professor: International Cooperation.i .

Board of Nursing. Uni- last Sunday afternoon week to present a huge box of Christmas clothing and toys for the youth a't Jackson- i Administration, Washington.

versity of Florida Florida ville's Juvenile Shelter. Mrs. Martha L. Perry. president of the Velolcarolettes. is shown making the pre pets DoctorafeCOLUMBUS. i-D. C.

State University r The sentation to Frank-Brunson, child care wcrker. Others on hand for the presentations were, from left: Mrs.

General Extension Division Lorraine Daniels, Mrs Gloria F. Best a staff member of the Duval Juvenile departments Receiving and I :. ,S.k A; :'I Stork
iI of-Florida, the Florida Education section; Mrs. Jeanette Oggs, and Mrs. Luvenia Newman. Ernest Cuarterman Sr. is president of tinter ,
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f Federation of Social the Community Savings Club. (Photo. By Baker .
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Workers and the Florida \ Deliveries I


Integration State Board of health.Leaders, ASKS. JFKI. I Season's Greetings From A&T's College(/ Family J! y ot I BIRTHS .AT-BREWSTERMr.


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To Grand C/emencyFor/ Braden '0 .. .'t J f 1536 l9: 15th St. .
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WASHINGTON D. C. --- hern; integration leaders t Mr. and Mrs. Emory Lewis.

Tuesday asked president.n medy to honor the 170th I j .AI r jq .'-.1.-:! I 4110 Connie St. Boy.
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anniversary of the adoption if the Bill of Rights this I 7aM ---"- :# Mr. and Mrs. Willie Pate

month by granting executivea clemency to Carl Braden, r ..KL I 5638 Bree Rd. Boy.

Fouthern integration workei r. now serving a oneyearthe Mr. and Mrs. Ross Black.

sentence for contempt of House Un-American a u is' 3925 Freeman Rd. Girl.
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Activities Committee.The I fight for our civil rights .I .. f't6 Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hosley.
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Fouthern leaders took There is a growing dangerI -, '. : 1988 W. 5th St. Boy.

to the White House I of rightism and inquisitorial -- f Mr. and Mrs. Freddie
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clemency petitions signedby j committees OHIO--Mrs. Emma\ Williams 666 Millcove Rd. ,
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several thousand persons J i retarding seriously the v. aA.. I Holmes Kittles received the Girl. .
from all over the desegregation Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
;; process: doctor of philosophy degree
nation. The delegation i Among the signers of the from Ohio State University .Britton. 1548 JeffersonSt.

which met withpresiden-, I j I clemency_ petition are during the fall commence ., Boy.

tial Assistant Lee White, 1 i hundreds of members of ment exercises here last Mr. and Mrs. Ernest. Hayes

included the Rev Vyatt I grass-roots civil rights .} week.' 4211 Homer Rd. Girl..

Tee Walker and the Rev. organizations in the Dr. Kittles' will rejointhe Mr. and Mrs. Moses_Johnson

Ralph Abernathy of 'Atlanta South, as well as national Florida A&M university 1999 W. Eta St. Boy

James A. Dombrowski leaders in the fields of tart faculty where she was Mr. and Mrs. Rufus r Wester

of .New Orleans The./Fev. education religion j employed in the departmentof 1021 Scriven St. Girl.

Fred L. 'fhuttl sworth of science and the arts. : home economics in the I Mr. and Mrs. James Bur-
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irming am, and the Pev. The U. S. Supreme Court < school of agriculture and ney, 1349 Tyler St. Girl.

\alter Fauntroy of upheld his conviction for >1 1 ARS ,t' A home economics prior to I -Mr.! and Mrs. Willie. Griffin -

Washington. contempt last February ina taking a leave of absenceto 7065 Esther St. Boy.
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The five men representeda -- -- .
5-4 split. He is one of attend Ohio "State Uni Mr. and Mrs. Edgar De
of These attractive coeds at A. and T. College send New year greetings to '\ !
delegation
larger one and all
40-odd Americans who have versity. Vaughn. 5516 Agro Ct. .
leaders from all partsof either recently served froM their college family. The girls area from left to right: Helen Brett, Murfrees- She is a native of Girl.
boro N. C..; Willena Reaves. Morehead City. N. C. and Paula V'ooten.' Miami
the South which had Florida.
jail terms are in jail -- Jacksonville and attended Mr. and Mrs. Thomas

visited the White House now or facing. the Stanton High School. She Foster. 1239 W. 16th St. .
with identical petitions threat of jail for citingthe Miss Gladys Mills Weds Yes We All Talk received the bachelor of Boy.

signed by thousands of First Amendment before science degree from Florida Mr. and Mrs. ]f. C. Lee

human rights leaders last the House Committee Theodore D. Martin Jr.. "Here A&M'" and the master of 1184 W. Beaver St. Girl

August. Commenting on the ;Senator Eastland's subcommittee Frequently, I get letters science degree from OSU.

return visit today Mr. similar I ., .. from parents and teachers
or, com- 1 < H ; Dr. Kittles served as a I
,. .. .,. vaskihg me to give them the
coordinated
who
Walker -m i t tee s of state r-- ;;J fit.; : research assistant for the I Wedding Bells
the delegation said: Legislatures.SAY j names cf books to help them Ohio Argricultural Experi-
,' 'Our insistence on re- with the speech problemsof ment Station. The title of AFFU&TION8 FOB
., children.I I MARRIAGE LXCXNTZS
s pect for the First ; young her doctoral dissertationwas
\mendment is basic. If recommend Speech
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importance
YOU SAW IT IN
Chas. S. Daniels, 644 KentuckyLane
Correction
civil liberties are Through Listening -
our THE FLORIDA STAR Clothing as a status Symbol ; 21 and Verna E. Savage,
destroyed, we shall haveno G 7 'ya.r > oy Bryngelson and among College Students.' 1221 VanBuren St, 19.
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tools with which to 9. Mikalson Scott Fores&an Harry Williams, 1450 W. 20th
of Mrs.
She is the daughter
.. and Company, with offices St.., Apt 4, 52 and Louise B.
.' Ella Holmes of Jacksonville.Her Washington, 5870 Scott St., 36.
ROYAL ART STUDIO located in Dallas, Texas,
husband Costa is a Jasper E.: Armwood, 1609 B,
Atlanta, Ga..; Chicago, Ill., member of the Florida A&M Fleming St., Greenville, N. C., 22
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CLARENCE J.SIMON .- .. and Fair Lawn, N. J. The University coaching staff. and Carolyn E. Lockett, 815
'' ,, co:: Houston St, 21V
PR.OPRIETOP' /> Price is $ .90.
I'R' c. i This little book"presents They have. a daughter. Jesse Pullins Jr., 1844 W. 1st
;;; .; Costina. '24 and Delores E. Daniels, 1659
"SPECIA. I.S -. ;: '\ tr c\ a program- __of stories and J W. iSth SL 23. kl
,-'"_.. '-. '. j r(4"1 games for retraining

-M 57's 1 1-Coter. 1 Black & White 'f6.95.S -' ", It j OJ. Children articulator
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1-810 Opal ODe 6.3-3.5's $5.95 ORLEANS: Can you' giveme I
-: the name of someone whc COAL Pocoh..ro.-B.iqu... I II

t writes speeches for busy I Anthracite-Cokt

fops In; ., people? -- F.U.L. : cirr-wtoi
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,sis Davis St. EL'4-1894, ; .
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NOW OPENEDAL'SBARBQ _.':' get a lift membership in
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In an impressive afternoon ceremony, Miss Gladys for half price. .

Try It With AL'S Barbeque SauceTender Mills, the daughter of Mr. and Urs. James Mills, city, Information will be sent itsPepsi .."

I became the bride of Theodore D. Martin Sr. Sunday upon request -

Ribs&Barbequed Chicken Dec. 3 at 1:30 p... in Bethel AWE Church Rev. Frank I READERS : For my free
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bride was given away and Othello'Young were send 'a self-ad- for those.
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'One, EL Block North of Beaver. St. ._'", ,in marriage. by her father. the ushers. dressed long business -.. who think ycwfig

< ....\,._.,. : Raymond Padgett was bestman ,Following their wedding envelope to Dr. M. H. "c "'
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ALBERT JENKINS Prop and Miss Beverley A. Robinson reception, the couple were Boulware. Florida A&M .

: :;;v' .... ,: :e- ,' was bridesmaid S gifted with an expense paid I University Tallahassee., .....,-
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,run, F198JIA' STAR SATURDAY .KCEMIER 3D, 19ot 1. J
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Council Issue OrderNew I

.CHURCH NEWS York Members have I
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3 Catholic Interracial
a Council to urge President.
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'\ :- 55 f P q l Ketinedy to issue an executive -
The annual service ,'When Singers Meet/ ,will'held Dec. 5'S r order barring discrimination -

31 at Clara White Mission and it will be an all night. in federally-
affair, assisted housing programs.

The program is being sponsored' byxthe Triumphant Gospel The council said it 'is

Singers Association, 'Mrs. Ethel Davenport'Bannister.. 'urgent that the President
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President' issue the
order before he
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All singers and' music have r: is again embroiled in
ttI p groups, been. invited.to ,take S4 e'S
part. ;Mentors, of the 12th Hour Prayer.Band and Mrs Louise legialative activities' in
Nelson::tF.ll1"present.. < I .' : :! January. The letter to
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A gospel musical program, will be presented Dec. 31 in Interracial justice recommending -

the auditorium jpf.Mt.-Tabor Baptist Church," Fifth and Mt I creation of a

Herman Streets, featuring the Sunbeam: Spiritual singers President s committee on

.and Andrew McCall. r I discrimination in housing.
Appearing on the program will be the.Voices of Jerusalem,'

the Cavaliers, Sunny Rose, Soul. Revivers,: Starlights, .
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Silver Singers, Trumperteers_ the BSA: Chorus and the EN
Dar-Es-Salaam, TanganyikaIn
Gospel Chorus .
a continent strugglinghard
The program will begin at 8: p.m. and Invitations have to
assert its inde-
been extended to the public. The pastor Rev. H. T. pendence of non-African

Overstreet is calling on all'.members and. friends to tts'S influence the newly-inde-

support the program. ;. -' pendent nation of
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) ty Tanganyika has chqsen the
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'. SITED: Arnette Griffin, (Center) was 'the recent guest of honqr at a testimonial dinner and presentation of1 for lyrics to its national '

Annual Men* s day will be observed Sunday in the..Holy gifts and a placQue saluting his outstanding commu ity and youth work. One of the surprises during the anthem. .

Tabernacle Church of the Lord Jesus. 'event, was the ,,reunion with a boyhood friend, Joseph Walden (seated left)., Others from left are Mrs. Willie Father Michael Musso, I.M.

A program of music will-be presented following the Griffin, the honorees wife; and Mrs: Walden. I C. A consolata member who

regular service, .The featured group will be the Heavenly I has served here since 1925,

.Star Gospel Singers. The ,program is being sponsored by I' Mrs. :rosier S. Wood/avvn/ ( First Baptist Youth Programs entries.submitted The one of six winning
melody for the
Beacon Richard Watkins and Deacon Weaver Raley. .
Attends ConfabMrs. Presbyfen'anChurch ,; Announces anthem has been used for

Are ScheduledHere some years as a rallyingsong
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.. Foster Attends Notes I Activities by the country s

Peace*. Confab In Pa*. dominant political group,
t, By L.N. Pearson Sr. 1 By Rosa L. Coffie Sunday the Tanganyika Africa

The llth anniversary of the Apostolic Church of God in .TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE, Ala.- National union.

Christ, 2042 Benedict Road and the pastor, ,Bishop MC.. ..M ra. ,Vera_ C. Foster, wife Sunday School at the new Rev.. J. U.. Bing, pa.stor. The youth and young adultsof The lyrics include these

H. Cooper"will begin Jan. 2 with Elder A. Baker of of Tuskegee President L. church site will begin at of New Hope Baptist Church, Greater St. Matthew Bap- i words: 'God bless Africa

Greater Bethel Baptist Church in-charge of service.Jan. Foster, and member of 9 a.o., at 3066 Woodlawn Apopka, 'Fla will conductthe tist Church will observe bless its leaders. Let

2, Elder Flax Howard will have: charge of the the Women 's International Rd. with Rev. Branklin D. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. ser- their annual celebration wisdom, unity and peace be

service in the interest of the young people1 s department.Jan. League for Peace and Wilson, pastor, in charge. vices at First Baptist Sunday with all activities ,the shield of Africa and

4, Elder,W. p. Faust and Elder Jesse Williams will, Freedom,' was one of 22 Sunday School at the Church sunday Rev. Bing taking place in the audi- its people. God bless.

serve Jointly.Jan. American and Russian Women Sanctuary, State and Laura formerly pastored in this torium of the church. Tanganyika grant eternal.

5, all officers and'' members of the "church' will be who attended a recent Sts. will begin at 9,30 city. Activities for the ,day freedom rind unity to Its

responsible for a guest speaker honoring the deacons. peace discussion at Byrn a.m. with 'T.. V. Huger Sunday's order of services will began with the Sunday sons and daC nT.Hls. God .

The anniversary will close with a feast on Jan. 7. Mawr College, Pennsyl- superintendent in charge.Rev. will begin with Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. with blest Tanganyika and its-

vania. Wilson will deliverthe school at 9:20.a.m. with Deacon Elijah Toliver as its p'o le.r .

.... ; 11 a.m. sermon at the Superintendent G. W. .Scott guest superintendent pre- So quickly did Father .
fi Laura and State stE; sanctuary In charge. The subject siding. The lesson will be Musso Learn t.he Swahili ,
supported by the theme is; "Toward Chris- reviewed by* Miss Evelyn language aftdr coming here

church choir with C, E. t'ian. Maturity. let Chr. Duhart.The 36 years ago that only four I

Simmons Jr. ,at,the console 13th Chap. Epphes. 4th Rev. L. J. Coleman, of months later he was able to
and Miss Rudyne" "ason" Chap. 11-24 verses. Shiloh Baptist Church will write verses for use in

pian st. The Senior Choir, Brotherhood deliver the message at school stage productions.

Rev. Wilson is a classic Chorus and Usher the 11 a.m. worship hour. As conductor of a miaaion

i Mi example of a man who throws Boards will serve jointly Miss Bernice P. Jones of school band he has nad

himself into the cause and through the day. All auxiliaries Fountain Chapel AME Church close contact with musical

need of building a great are being asked to will be the speaker at the compositions. A book he has

a t church, not'for, what he can assemble for the FellowshipHour 3 p.m. service.At just completed covers five

iCI get out of it and what he which 'begins at 3 p.m. 6 p.m. Deacon Claude centuries of the historyof

: can put ,into it. Therefore, The theme will be: "La Hunter will give the clo- a Tangany ka tribe and

we're asking all members to boring for Christ. sing message. The pastor soon will be published. in

I t. 1'. : do the same by followingthe During the Evening Worship Rev. S. Gaston will give Swahili. : .

example set by Rev. which starts at 7 p.m. the remarks. Tuskegee Gets
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M Wilson choirs of the church will Officers are: Mrs. Barbara r.' I.

Midweek prayer servicesand present their annual Xmas Richardeon, chairman; Mrs. 577,300 for' Studies t '
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I ,Bible study will be Musicale Members and Risa L. Weaver, cochairman -
TUSKFGEE INSTITUTE Ala.
4jLuli* held Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. friends are cordially Invited ; Miss Vera Reid, secretary I
p p'F pi a total of $77,300 for
Choir_ rehearsal at 8 p.m. to hear this beautiful ; Mrs. ,Ethel Notley 1962 summer science Institutes

Thursday "Everyone admires vesper music.* and Mrs Prances Baker tag has been grantedthe

a.Man of mettle like At .10 p.m. Rev. C.6.. committee; Deacon C. Weaver Tuskegee chemistryand I
Rev. F. D. Wilson. Dailey, pastor, will leadus and Sam Reid, finance com
biology departments
during our annual Watch mittee. by the National Science
Dr. W. H. .Borders'S ,
services program. We are NEW Foundation, the NfiF

a s At t K e asking all of our friendsto announced this week.
gee
Hj Join us in this impressive -
s The grants--$58,300 for
TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE,, Ala. service. high school chemistry
Dr. William First Baptist Church, 1025
Holmes Borders, teachers and $19,000 for
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extends the
Jessie St. ,
pastor of Atlanta s Wheat the Radiation Biology
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Street Baptist Church, will right hand of Fellowship 'Institute--were made to

'I 9 62 : I conduct Tuskegee's Religious all Christians. a Dr. Lawrence F. Koons,

Emphasis activities Ex ftbbs Caqer IYQL& chemistry department head,

(4ee'ti t January 1819. I Rated ..Hafi.onall"ST. and Dr. B. D. Maybe ri.
it was announced this ,
PETERSBURG The name acting head of biology
.. .. week. by Dr. Daniel I. respectively.The .
Gibbs
< of an outstanding
44. < ,.' '':J', ,:",.,, Wynn, Tuskegee Chaplain. /
NSF has supported
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We the 1960-61 season has such programs at Tuskegee
look to many hours of happy associ tion/: traveler and native of mentioned in 'sports since 1957
t Macon, Ga.. is also presi- teen ,
H with our good friends arid patrons during the ':; dent of the Georgia Bap- 'Illustrated' magazine s

coming year. We hope the year will be a happy" 'if' tist Missionary and Educa- ;Jcollegiate review of the basketballscene nation's Evangelist .
tion
Convention. A graduate

and, prosperous' one. ........<.-i: .'-of Morehouse College, ( for tbe 1961-62.- Mother Devine (
} .-. -, !t: >- i season r
it <
Garrett
5 Theological Semi-
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-'' t: I Rated. as one of the top .
v; ?r
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God Sent Healer and Advisor
EDGEWOOD LOUNGE University te /.sports magazines, SI
hi 3 taken notice of Vil- All Prayers and Kedingi Fr..
He has done
further study
Ken Graham & Staff bert Booker, former All
at Union Theological Semi- Arc You Suffering-Side-Need Advice
American JUCO squad men- 'v
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nary and Columbia. Uni-
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TROPICANA/ LOUNGE BMQU/RE/ LOUNGE versity.Dr. Borders iras prominent' ,cage fortune of, New Mexico that year eyes see. loa heart last believe and tbto

in the State University, located; your hart wilt confine you that ,this It the religions
news in 1957
,'in Las Cruces. Ne 1D leader you bare teen looking for. There ia"no pity tor
J.
i D,. Brooks & Stiff James Bi'iley' & Stir:
those who are suffering and do not core to be belped.
Applied Christianity Spiritual Temples,Inc. One lilt to this religions healer will convince

'. .,, Prntnt. yon that she la God's Messenger cm earth Mother De-
KINGS ROAD LOUNGEHigh -.:" .: '; The Man vine'bas dust received a statue of Saint Theresa
: ," ; ;,. of Deliverance From Coast To Court
Canada. Yea statue
< ,- <" fro Montreal. vast touch the to be

'J.' : Wilson & Staff Supreme Bishop W. Simes healed. .,

'. < r9Aa....Your Pto I.1II1AGy .., Through The Pow r of God -:- tie'11 tell JOur Put, Present. Future, Dove Courtship
; 94 Yow Poh,If Cm'6.Solve*, HoWlng Services NaHHy.leceil&r :
ON BEHALF OF Lucky lfUa era. Lucky DaTa, MOTHER DEVINE guarantees
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I- Corps Head Named Peace I

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WASHINGTON Dr. Samuel A native of Norfolk, "-Va. Baptist minister..graduating:
Ddltt Proctor. '40, president ,
from the Crozer Theological
Dr. Proctor has an extensive -
of North Carolina Agricultural In
background as an Seminary 1945. He was
4 1+- :* and Technical educator. clergyman and pastor at Pond Street BaP-

:. 3 College at Greensboro* to administrator. tist Church in providence,
4 day was named Peace Corps He enjoyed distinction R. I. from 1945 to 1949.
Representative In Mige"ria.In of being one of the In 1950. he earned his TJj.b. .
his new 'post. Dr. youngest college presidentsin at Boston university and
'? Proctor'will administer the South when he was joined the teaching staff
Peace, Corps activities: in named chief administrator at Virginia Union, where he
the most populous nation in at Virginia became preaident six
Union University years
::1 Africa. in Richmond "'in 1955.He later. .
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: Sargent Shriver. Directorof resigned in 1960 to He was given a two-year
the Peace Corps, cited
accept the presidency at leave of absence by North
Dr.. Proctor's 'rich giftsof North Carolina A & T Carolina A & T College to
personality, educationand College in 'Greensboro. accept the Peace Corps

imagination'in Dr. Proctor is an. ordained.. : assignment.
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The group nt James Weldon Johnson junior High School students seen here represent the top in scholastic;>> 'I t 1

achievenment. Of 277 students making the honor.y'oll for the second six weeks, they averaged 4.p'-respect1 y t.
I 1c for this .peM od. Fran the left (standing) are Alpha ,Smith, 9-5 homeroom; Charleyene.Bloodworth, 9-3 home- .
room;"' Shiney Mitchell. 9-5 homeroom1Vi; ri lyn Alford, 7-3 homeroom;; Beverly Hicks, 7.7 homeroom; in, the
j\ foreground,F Fred" Priester 3-14' homeroom' ; and. (inset) Janice Akery, 9-3 homeroom. VISIT OUR NEW

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away at t/organ State BLACK EYE _
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i Howard University on Feb.
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*Forrist H.. Willis. These were among the principals participating in the 'Happy Go Lively Fashion PEAS 12-OZ.'

Its roster, includes:, show, sponsored by the 'Vogue Pattern Company at A. and T. College last week. In the _

1 Donald 'I FT in, Senora, N.C.; group from leet'to right are: Barbara Hillian, Cheraw, S. C. and Patricia. .Parr. PKG. I .
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Eddie Mcclendon, HighPoint 1 Union, S. C. both student m'delslIiss Patricia Abeson New York City educational -
,' N. C. ; Russell fashion representative theVogue Company and Mrs. Ann .L. Davis,. ,associate
Edmonds, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; rgfes or of clothing at A. and T.. !' .* '. Limit Packages-We have a Carload-Come and get Them.
Elton Hunter, Montezuma, I .
Ga.; John Cobb, Raleigh, happy Indict Leaders
Two Via. Rights
N. C.; Charles. Leonard/ new PREMIER .
Kins ton', N. C. ; Kenneth year' $100

f Rogers, Graham, N. C., and For Contempt Of State Group ,

,Walter Meares and Thomas ktitp,.. .. BREAKFAST1LB. PACK :
'White, both of Greensboro, HOPEWElL. VA. -- Two Virginia civil rights leaders have

N.. C. 0X96 been cited for contempt of ,the Virginia :legislative .
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1 2 investigating committee which hasbeen attacking inte-<. SAUSAGE-1-LB. BACON .
ALL FO'R.
fir&tionists in this state. '1 PACKAGE ((12-01)) WIENERS .
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I THE FLORIDASTARSeason's -naY'are the Rev. Curtis I .
'Harris, president of the committee is expected. I've
1W. Hopewell imparvement always been a gal fast sin and FRESH GROUND
Association and the Rev. segregation, and it is only 00LBS.
John Peter, pastor of the natural that the forces of $

4 Jip .,s 4e Episcopal Church of the both sin and segregationwould 3 ,
Good Shepherd in Lynch- dp all that they; can I

burg and a leader of the to prevent legitimate
Lynchburg NAACP. /- protest against denial of EEF I Ii
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notice ordering him o*
Louis Turns .
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j s": Court January 19 to FLORIDA GRADE 'A' LARGE BAKING 4
'show cause' as to why he Fight PromoterLOS I
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I ,. __ .J._ Peter was. ordered to world's heavyweight champ i
'. -..-.. appear in court in Lynchburg Joe ,Louis has 'returned to

...: --....t atj." ;..... r .. "" -':."'_ on January 2.. The ring activities last week HENS250
possible penalty is unlimited when he filed an applica-
- left to the disr tion for a matchmaker s

. .1 -41.:11: ,....# 1, L 1J"f ; ., cretion of the Judge. license here..
.\ The orders grow out of. i Louis is reportedly
1 hearings before- *the sociated with businessmanJohn

I Greetings. : Virginia legislative, L. Horn .bo-,.lll head FRESH PORK
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Committee on Offenses the United World Enter CLI

; I S Greetings to, our friends against the Administration prises promotional firm.
: of justice in Richmond en.Septeaber DIE plans to stage "two

. "' Ait. CIIJf$ .' 29. 'Mr. Harris, fights in the very near .
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We ApricKe YM kntssft ,- : integration, leaders f appeared between heav.rweichtaSonD1:
under subpoena; Liston and Eddie Machen
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.' : answer the committees Sugar Ray Robinson against

\ BEARS IROTHER'S fURHIURE.CO. : Questions. 'England champion Terry.. IF YOU DON/T KNOW YOUR MEATS...
Mr. Harris cited the First ,Downes. .
... Fifth sand Fourteenth I Louis was last associated KNOW YOUR MEAT MANS
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Listed Below and Throughout This Publication Are Recommended! !
The: Firms Tag. .. .Baseball
As Reputable Establishments Specializing In Services. And Products. -, -

I i. / .'.. STAR ROOKIES: The 1961 Topps Chewing Gum AII'StarRookie Team received their trophies at an awards luncheonat
HOTELSf" MOTELS :
't CLEANERS LAUNDERETTES BROOMS. 7t the Waldorf Astoria recently. Left to right are (front row) Floyd Robinson Chicago White fox out

>. field; Charlie Smith. Philadelphia Phillies, third base Dick
GORY MOTEL & RESTAURANT Howser. KansaS City Athletics, shortstop;

,, GOOD ON CLEANERS Jack Curtis, Chicago Cubs, pitcher; Howard Koplitz. Birmingham Barons pitcher Minor League Player of the

'Serving Fine Foods--(.Bring Your Bottle) ': Year and Joe Torre, Milwaukee Braves, catcher. Rear row: Jake Wood Detroit Tigers second base; Lee

1 .Pick Up and Delivery 2 Locations This. Weeks Spec/a//-'/? Fried Chicken 75c Thomas, Los Angeles Angels, outfield; Don Schwall. Boston Red Sox, pitcher, and Billy Williams Chicago

: 4956 CLEVELAND RD. ......,.-..-..-.......PQ 4-9214 OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY'7qQ4 Cubs, outfield. J. C. Martin first baseman, Chicago. White Sox was unable to attend the luncheon due to

1056, .POWHATTAN ST. .,._.._.....,.._...EL 4-0047 Kinas Rd. PO 5-9fn_ _' :. winter baseball commitments. .
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FUEIIOILS i 512 BROAD ST". 635 Vi W. /ASHLEY'r.'r.':"' '.' = ... NAACP Seeks Georgia SremeCotirt

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EL 4-9493 El 4-9105 0::: 1
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."' Hearing; In Cobb CaseATLANTA.
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UI FUEL OIL.& BOTTLE GAS SERVICE -x ,A-a -

:; i WE SELL I Clean and Repair ALL MAKES OF. JOHNNIE'S ROOMING HOUSE PORTS CORNER The -Georgia' Supreme Court will be asked to
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>: i Oil and GAS HEATERS ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES', \. : ___ grant a new trial for 15-year-old Preston Cobb, sen-

: 6334 Restlown Dr. PO 4-9516-7 : Rooms by Day Night or Week ., By C. PARHAM JOHNSONBIG 1 tenced to death for the slaying of a 70-year-oi; lamer

l -- %\17 ,West' Ashley St. EL 5-4025 ." in Ga.
Jasper County
.' INDEPENDENT OIL CO. sides until Oct. 26! to
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I JIM BROWN of the Cleveland Browns professional
... Donald L. Hollowell. submit additionaVbriefs.Mr. .
KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY .BARBER and -BEAUTY--_ SHOPSO'Neal's football ,team has been called the most spectacular Atlanta attorney retainedby Hollowell based his

J I Mechanic On Duty ;,.F. player in football by many sports who have followed the National Association plea for a rah tri Al un the

', JAMES FAULKNER Mechanic. Beauty. Salon the career of Brown from his collegiate days throughhis for the Advancement of 'systematic exclusion of

I I IKE JOSEPH, Proprietor Specialist/ In Hair Setting- professional career. The big line plunging fullback Colored People to defend Negroes from jnry panels
Sts. El 6-9.432V can do everything a football coach requires. He
t State and Jefferson Styling ;. Cutting Waving Tinting ; ;: the lad, announced that he .in Jasper County. in denying -
j : can run, catch passes throw passes, block and he can would appeal to.the"ftate
\ FUNERAL HOMES FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL .: the nohow.. .7idje; Carpenter
J -, I certainly hit a line. Big Jim excelled in footballand Supreme Court 4following
I. Mrs. Inez O'Neal, Operator said this question
Andrew J. Huff Funeral HomeI .;'|602 W. 15th St. EL 62945ROYAL in basketball during his collegiate career at denial on Dec. '2. by, should have been raised at

24 HOURAMBULANb SERVICE Syracuse University. Superior Court Judge the time the jury was

I j I. Breaker, Mgr. ART STUDIO/ IN THREE YEARS OF VARSITY football at Syracuse beginning George S. Carpenter of z lbeing selected. Young
Mary I in' 1954. he in 8 and gained 439
f I played games motion for a new trial. Cobb at the trial in
1337 Davis Street EL 4.6896 or EL 4.689: ; -tLEP"O..t 4,'e94 ; '
I Q 3 yards rushing; .averaged 5.8 yards per carry; scored Young Cobb. was convictedby August was represented bya
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i 515 DAVIS 7TaCZ'JACcs 4.touchdowns 2 points after touchdown for totalof
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ointed
t Carter's Funeral Home =".vILt. r.A local court-np
FOODS 26 points. In 1955 in 8 games he gained 666 yards Milledgeville on Aug.: 16. white lawyer.
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t 6 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE\ J rushing; 5.2 yards per carry; 7 touchdown; 13 points, He was charged with 'first Georgia law permits the

Samrn I Pnvls, I.F.D., Manager after touchdowns for total of 55 In 1956 "
I { 4-0546 t Bubba's Coffee Shop a points. as degree murder in the" death sentences for childrenas

I j \ 929 West Beaver Street EL 4-G-r; EL HOME COOKED FOODS ;. an All-American he played in 8 games and gained killing of Frank Coleman young as 14 years qf

: 986 yards rushing averaged, 6.2 yards per carry, Dumas on June 1, followinga age. the sentence imposed
GROCERIES Mrs. Daisy Ford Pro.
OPEN 24 HOURS ""<. scored 14 touchdowns 22 points after touchdowns for a quarrel between the aged on Preston Cobb.aroused international
MARKET >' total of 106 yards. In the 1957 Cotton Bowl game he white man and the young revulsion. A
t JENNINGS 617 West Ashley Street 'EL 4-9701, ,
-. -- ',' gained ,132 yards rushing, averaged 5.1 point per Ni-gro. committee in Holland

Groceries .and Meats Bertha Bar-B-Q & .Restaurant carry scored 3 touchdowns, 3 points after touchdowns. Mrs. Leatha Cobb, motherof gathered nearly 2, 000, 000

Fancy Citrus Boxes for a total of 21 points. the condemned youth, signatures in protest and
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HOME COOKING
Bonded and Licensed. Shippers SOUTHERN BROWN JOINED Cleveland in 1957. From that time on he appealed to the NAACP for sent, a two-person delegation -

1767 Kings Rd. EL 5.4278DrugsSundries STEAKS. CHOP & SEAFOODS. has been chosen a member of the All-Pro teams. In assistance and legal to the country to observe -

\I I 824 W. Beaver El 4-9583 1957 he played in 12 games gained 942 yards counsel. A hearing on the the proceedings at

IVORY'S BARBECUE { averaged 4.7 yards per carry scored 10 touchdowns fora NAACP motion for a new the hearing on Oct. 6.

total of 60_ points; 1958. in 12 games he gained trial was held on Oct. 6. -
& RESTAURANT -
i Jerico Pharmacy Inc. 1627 yards rushing averaged 5.9 yards per carry Meanwhile, a stay of execution -
SEAFOODS ,
We.:Fill Any Doctor's PrescriptionFREE STEAKS CHOPS CHICKEN ,scored 18 touchdowns for a total of 108 points. In originally scheduledfor
EL 4-912i; ..
Pick Up and Delivery Service -702 W. Ashley -. 1959, he played in 12 games, gained 1329 yards rushing, Fept. 22, was granted.At Royal Crown

On Prescription Place averaged 4.6 yards per carry scored 14 touchdowns fora the conclusion of the Cola
Sprin9leto
John s
j PHARMACIST ON DUTY total of 84points. In 1960, Jim played in 12 games, hearing on Oct. 6, Judge

Hours 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m..Daily SPECIALIZING IN FRIED CHICKEN gained 1257>yards rushing., For his first fouryearsof Cprnp ,tAT granted both

951 West Davis Street EL %o.9268 and ALL TYPES OF SEA FOODS, pro football, lie gained a total of 5055 yards -
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\ -:-;- 2619. KING AVE. Fl 9.9295 rushing. In 'i960 he averaged, 5.8 per carry scored 11 I

LILLYS DRUG STORES S touchdowns for total. of 66 points. In 1957. Big I WHEN YOU ARE 'ILL

I line of MADELINE'S; 'COFFEE SHOP Jim gained 237 for most yards gained in one game. In '' > You Seek Th Beat DolorWhen
I A Complete Your Doctor PrwcribM
I 1958 he gained 1527 yards for most yardages in one sea ,
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\ COSMETICS RUBBER GOODS''CANDIES Specializing In Food son. In .the same year he scored 18 touchdowns to tie To Fill Experienced Your PrewcripttoM .

SUNDRIES Steve. Van Buren for most touchdowns- in one .season. According To Your Doctor'
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Prescriptions.Called/ for and Delivered Meals Served Daily AS A COLLEGIATE BASKETBALL player 1954-55 season :'Orders. W. UM Only
Regular
The feet Ai
Quality Drugs
1907 Kings R dI EL 5-8276 .. .Big Jim, played in 21 games scored 109 field goals Dr. C. E. Black

,1929 Kings Road 11' EL 4-9962 made 96 free throws, out of 160 attemots scored. 14.9 Proprietor

MER VON'S PHARMACY points per game for a total of 314 .points. During the 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU.
I vM 1955-56 season, he played in 22 games made 96 .

Free Pick Up and Delivery Service John Springleton's' 'lace'SPECIAliZING field goals, made 57 free throws out of 94* attempts, LILLY'S DRUG STORE

'( For All Your Drug Store Needs IN FRIED CHICKEN scored '11.3 points per game for a total of 249 points.

I. D. tfARRIS, RPH., Prop. and All TYPES OF SEA FOODS BIG JIM BROWN is 25-years-old, 6-feet-2 and weighs 1907 Kings Road ELgfn 3-827
A COMPLETE LINE OF
Open 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m-7 Days a week 2619 KING iAVE.. _. FL 9-9295 ,. 228 pounds. He was born in St. Simon's Island,. Georgia Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candles: Sundries >..
2735 W. Edgewood Ave. 0 ---- Feb. 17, 1936. When Jim graduated from Syracuse University PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
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". he was conaissipned a second lieutenant and tI .
Phones PO ,582-PO 5-9267 Fhone EL 4.173S1l Work Guaranteed >. -
." was assigned for six months duty, at Fort Bennin*;;

.Cuot TqJcri--j. !.!...6.' r,,: ?c.Trlyer.Your, !.. c' Georgia. It was in Columbus Georgia, where he .--cMrs.
STORES .. -. I *
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''* Sue Jones Brown. At that time Miss Jones a
1 Satisfaction Gutii; ..tco_ .- -/ /:
Drugs, Cosmetics, Notions, Gifts, );.., .:t, biology student at' Tennessee State, College was a' nope .-
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,. Sundries and School Supplies REED TAILORS :. :./ 1" in Columbus. Miss Jones later became Mrs. Brown. They Skintona1

601 WEST ASHLEY STREET El 4.1380 : are parents of twins Kevin and Kim.
Alterations Neatly Done _
r. has been called the 0
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FLORIDA'AVE.'El 6-97A2 : THE CLEVELAND BROWNS BIG FULLBACK .
1230.1232 : .
1 Prices Reasonable -1 > finest football player in the world. When he first

I IMPERIAL SUNDRIES ...'. 519 s.;.-.xn CTHFKT JACKSONVILLE.' FLA..o: \."; went to the Browns, Cleveland fans were wondering what lightens, brigfttensskm

do without Big Jim Motley who had to j
would the Browns,
Medicines Cosmetics ,.. ...
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t retire free football because of Injuries. Big sports

All Leading Hair Preparations MISCELLANEOUS t : cooaentators -said it wasn't long after Brown joined MAKES SKIN BLEACHES
COR. BROAD & ASHLEY) *l21 59 .
MOTHER E. M. JONES- fit the team that fans were willing and ready to give "OLD FASHIONED"kshltns

KOZY KORNER Motley up. He has never failed to Bake the All-Pro .ter

SPIRITUAL ADVISOR r teas since leaving the campus. of Syracuse University..
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; Jax' All-American Curtis Mirda Signs Contract With The New York Giants I


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[ Sebring Receives '_ Local/ Star Center Received; '

attlers' Organize 1960-61 Quintet :
jf WorldAcclaim- ',', All-American Honors Twice .

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TALLAHASSEE---Curtis Miranda,
'.' :. star. Jacksonville
ft Race here in Florida -' ::::: .' '" NAIA ALL-AMERICAN A. and M. University Rattlers, received -

l, has achieved even more a $4.000 bonus and signed a $?2.000 contract

, world wide recognition. with the New York Giants of the National Football
Joining with the Targa
League. He won the Small-Colleges' AI -American
Tt Florio of It 1y- NuTburgring. -
i honors in 1960 and '61-

''l Germany and Le Six other members of the !1!

Mans. Prance interna- '61 Rattler grid squad I I lax Golfer
road
famous
tionally '
signed to play professional
racking circuits the t. football n.eit, season. Coach Enters Tourney
,SEBRING 12 HOUR ENDURANCE + :: Jake Gaither now has 15'

RACE becomes_ one of the z "E i r former Rattlers under pro- ,: SEBRING---Gabe Summers of
t raes keeping high speed fessional contracts. I i Jacksonville has 'recently -
production and prototype I I
selected
Rattlers signing contracts been one
1y
sports cars a part of the i -: > recently in addition I, of fifty outstanding amateur -
a" -
tradition of road racing v to. 'Miranda are I golfers to play in

circuits' throughout the S.yy tackle Willie Clarington. 11 r the $25,000 Haig and Haig

world. .7.s'crs S 4 New York Giants; halfback f Scotch Mixed Foursome recently -
The directors these i Nathaniel Tucker. Pittsburgh :i played "at Harder

four famous races have introduced ; Steelers, ; end Eddie :: Hall here. and at Pine-

t a major award to : Simmons. Dallas Texans,; 4!I crest Country Club in

be known as the "CHAL- i tackle Tommy Chandler. I I Avon Park.

LENGE MONDIAL de'VITESSE Boston Patriots; and end i The contest which was

et d' ENDURANCE/ plusa Bernie Cam. Buffalo Bills. sponsored by Renfield

accompanying of 'i Rattler. halfback Clarence I Importers, Ltd. American
will : I I
which 4
over $7.000.00 ;
; Childs o-f the '60 squadis distributors for Haig and
be awarded annually in sitting, out a year o/ I Haig Scotch Whisky has become -

Paris; Prance in the Fall % ineligibility with the a celebrated yearly
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each to the r I
of year manu- 2 S! rG.
Giants. Halfback Willie : event in Florida since its
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facturers may enter pro- I
Galimore is with the Chicago introduction in 1960.
duction sports cars also
Bears. Other pro During the tournament
experimental and proto- players are tackle Willie the nation's outstanding
type sports cars under 1 i
Lee the Bears; halfback, professionals-both men and
the special rules of the '
FAMU BASKETBALL TEAM FOR 1961-62---This is the 1961-62 Florida A. and M. University Rat Basketballteam. Al Frazier Denver Bron- t women-vied for $25,000 in

Challenge Mondia1 Cup. 1" Standing: Willie Collier (left), West_ Palm Beach, Waite Bell amyPal lmetto: Willie' Bt ues, Marianna; cos; tackle Willie Mc- :, prize money. This year '

ft Clifford Bridges, West vPalm Beach; Walter Kennedy. Tuskegee' Inst. Ala. ; Melvin Johnsok, Tampa; Bill Clung. Detroit Lions; I such luminaries of the golf

I NAACP Protests 1 ". Sharpe. Covington, Ky.; Leroy*Beasley. Tallahassee; and Ralph Cottman, Norristown; Pa. Kneeling: Samuel center Willie Taylor. I world as Sam Snead. Bob

>. ,.:, Jenkins,' Newark, N. "J.; Joe L. Smith.(-Hallandale.; Arnold-Landry, Port Arthur*, Texas; George Offutt Cov- Hamilton Ti' er-Cats; : Goal by. Louise Suggs Dow

Arrests Of leaders! : ,ington. Ky..; ,and Herbert Graham, AJ2 o pka.. *- .' tackle Riley Morris Finsterwald Mickey Wright.
r' 'Y ,,-' Oakland Raiders; and t Gil Brewer. Jr. Gloria
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N*'" Yorx 'The NationalJssocitition t <: : ...., --.., ., (Staff Photo by Jesse Nipper) Willie Barber, Calgary,. Armstrong and Peggy Kirk
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i for the 'd- J Stampeders of the Canadian Bell were on hand to compete
vanrer t nt it Colored ii Cited His Alma Mater .r NAACP Request i
I By League.Pizarro for the prize money.
Pcorle Ins called upon : I
WATCH THIS CLOWN Federal 1 Funds The play in a Scotch
; tie renprtncnt of jiir.tice -
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mixed Foursome is on an
.to investigate the arrestof TAMPA: -- Officials of ; Gets
shots basis with
..48-19-23 _p alternate
leaders of the Association __ the Florida State NAACP
1 865-4-261 ... ; Pay Increase : each team playing one ball
in Mississippi 'end 1-. have backed one of its for the entire durationof

to "take action against branch president in a CHICAGO smooth working the contest.
state ..officialguilty 5 : 4 ; demand that the Federal lefty Juan Pizzaro who

I? of these-illegal acts." i .8 2 Government withhold a reQuest finally came into his on'l I BOYSEARN

t Aaron Henry Clarksdale t 5" 7 made by Brevard last season with the''
f pharnacist end state School officialsfor
County
\ Chi ago White Sox. is MORE
pre idelJi off the N4ACP." i 351-67-748.. three million dollars, said to have received a
CAH
\ and four other local I 73-64-27 -x in impact funds for, substantial pay increase

Association lenders were 1I schools until the County when he signed his 62 : SELLING :

n arrested on Pec. 7 and Somatim k*'. lip decides to desegregate its contract recently. E The Florida Star
Sometimes his dowaHe
i later tb tdny released adds, subtracts Ti .'-. ,I schools in accordance rith
on their own recognizance.They He works it all around -" ---- the 1954 United States

ere charged' 'with : 693982t &.q Supreme Court decision.The .

conducting a car+raign made to the w
90-126- CONGRATULATION "Dr. Samuel D. Proctor, president or request ta
I t among Negroes to withhold t Federal Government by
A. and T. College, presents a citation to Alvin Attles, "
1 patronage from downtown t star player with the Philadelphia Warriors .of theNational Rev. W. 0. Wells, NAACP

\I -stores--'_ ; Basketball Association. Branch president in Cocoa, '
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to Attles, an honor graduate 'called the attention of ltpswwi/i'j I
presented
You Don't Have to Go Town 'The citation was It
to to Get t
Federal Officials to the
when he appeared recently 'in an G
1 of A. and T. College,
I I exhibition basketball game Winston-Salem. fact the Negro Parents in for those who i t
LOW PRICESOn 1 Cocoa have filed a suit tI I
asking that the Federal
FAMU's 7962 HARRY GOLDEN q2kxgun.4Notice
Your .. Courts order complete integration ,
: SPEAKS AT of schools and

Court SlateHOME faculties in Brevard Coun-
'DRUG STORE NEEDS : ,; NEW YEARS' ty.


Trade With Your Neighborhood, Drug Store ". DAY DINNER. .


We. Will Meet Any Prices Advertised. Tuskegee -Jan. 9. 1962
Ft. Valley State Jan. 13
In Your La cWOOD'S Papers ,W\\\ YORK. Harry. Golden,i
Alabama State Jan. 16 Announcement
1 the distinguished North Special
Benedict Jan. 29
DIXIE PHARMACY S. C. State Feb. 3 !I Carolina journalist,
author and.philosopher,.. When You Need A CAB
Clark College Feb. 5 *
will be the featured 1- INSIST ON THE
1302 RINGS ROAD .t MYRTLE AVINUI_ Knoxville' Feb. 10 "
speaker at the New Year's
PHONES EL 3.3597.9
BethuneCookmanFeb. Feb. 12
w. Dtltrw W. A/M FM AM Doctors' Prtscriptfoar Day dinner 'in tribute to
'NAACP ; '
PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE: AWAYBethuneCookman Executive-Secretary
> Roy .Wilkins. Mrs. Jessie
: BILLS AT OUR STORE: Vann, chairman of the
W. Palm dinner committee, announced New Deal And Lincoln Cabs
Bch. Fla. -' Dec. 30S. '
this week.
-wr- 1 C. State'- Orangeburg.
The dinner to be held at.
's. C. Jan. 4 Wtih The Checker Border .
the Hotel Roosevelt hereon
Benedict Columbia, S. C.Knoxvilie Jan. 1 will honor Mr. : Gf In And Out With Grace And Dignity .
.Y tenn. Jan. 6
Wilkins for his 30 years

y-i- i 1 Morris Brown, -, Atlanta. of service and leadershipin

:- ; It Jan.Tuskegee 15 Tuskegee,. Ala- I the Fight for Freedom New Deal & Lincoln Cabs

... ,_J ; Jan. 19 ,. NAACP.A as a .top executive of the


I rfdP -: L :: I j I Clark Alabama T State Atlanta-'- MontgomeryJan. -'Jan. 20 National life ,Association member of the for luiff For-Your Complete Comfort And Safety

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26BetbuneCookman
Bonded
And
Insured
the Advancement of Colored
-. DaytonaFeb. -
People. Mr. Golden is
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l Ft. Valley State Ft.
as 'Onlyin
r Valley. Ga.,_ Feb. 9 Americar / SIAC Tournament. Tus, '
LEARN.The and zJoy. Enjoy. His
kegee. Ala.-Feb. 22/23. 24Qoffoftfo latest book. -'Carl .. Eatt Of Cleveland ltd From

,. ,latest Scientific --. ; ".'.. Sandburg" is an intimate.friend SuIt Division To Or From Town 5b Cents

.. account rf his, good:.L We* Of Cleveland ltd To US-I Or From ..
:: METHODS J t he great poet and, ,
i .. thT : ,biographer of Abraham 0>0 Svb Division To Or from Town 75 Cent

Of BarteringFLA. Lincoln Although long a resident. Rotes Are The Same .

in Charlotte. N. C. .. Mr. .. On Regular Pick-Up & Rhons Calls -

BARBER COLLEGE Golden has 'been 'a, consis-.

tent and outspoken lib ralconstan'tl : -
630 Davis Street "The family no.longer is sat- .
resort ) spoofing .se"gr ,
isfied with ordinary facilities -
At Beaver G.I., Approved ," resort.owners in Wisconsin gation. white supremacy ,Oft BEST SERVICE CALL ,
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JMJSWQOIM:;/watt*, isfied with report.hand They'aren't"going sat and other expressions s'Of NEW DEAL And LINCOLN COK4M17' ;
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700:,iMccMf AJrCondtfonecft fishing while the. 'women and bigotry. He ,has":lectured -
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P-. Children_ jest sH around.epte .. effectively throughout the .... ',' :J
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aswell. elsewhere !
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Savannah
Arneffe Griffin Tribute Set
-" SAVANNAH, Ga. :- Believedto
,NEW YORK--In addition to be the first integrated

Arnette Griffin of 1263 West 28th Street- ; was honored, a major address by the train running from o.ne .

recently with a testimonial dinner. Thi .beautiful and famous Nor Carolina to another in Georgia, 1.

unique affair was held at,'the Community, Youth: Center at author. Harry Golden, NAACP .W. W. Law led a group

29th and Chase streets and was sponsored by neighbors, Executive Secretary Roy six 'Freedom Riders'

friends, and' members of the 2-6, Community Club with Mrs. Wilkins will be felici- cently. of'I I

Wilson -Allen' and Mrs. Alice. Conway in charge of .7a. tated by other distinguished Law said the group rode

arrangement. citizens ad a New the white passenger sections '
Mr. Griffin was cited Satchmo Sued Year's Day dinner 'honoring of the, streamlined Centralof

because of his untiring -] his 30 years of serviceand ,
t w 9' Georgia 'Nancy Hanks/
,service to the conlmunity ; SY:> l leadership the '
For $11 Million/ from Savannah on Saturday
and Its.\you tho He- has Served .--J Fight for Freedom as an to Atlanta, and returned in

the 'community in many NEW YORK N.Y. -- Joe NAACP executive. the sare sections the
worthwhile projects for a : 4U.1* ,
Glaser, personal manager v Mrs. Jessie Vann of following day.

better livelihood and the and business manager for Pittsburgh, chamrman of Although allowed to sit in

building of better lives Louis Armstrong last week n the dinner committee announced the, white passenger
of youth. He is a p
our termed an $11,500,000 that among those sections, Law said the six
member of Grant Memorial the Joining in paying tribute
damage suit against Negroes were refused dining
,AUE Church Rev. J. T. famed graveled-voiced to Mr. Wilkins will be Dr. .car services and were also

McMillan minister. trumpet player as 'a Robest C. Weaver, ad- refused admittance in the

A beautiful program was silly, ,rediculous. and ministrator Housing and club car section.

arranged. Mrs., Luella Mc- cheap' publicity stunt." Home Finance Agency; A. Williams also stated that '

Bride was guest soloistand The New Frontier Hotelin Philip Randolph, president the whit'. passengers were

William W. Green, Sr. Las Vegas and stage Brotherhood of Sleeping 'm gracious,' added that

was speaker for the occa- ,show producer Harold Minsk Car Portess; Judge. Thur- they eichanged newspapersand

sion. Presentations which one time burlesque good Marshall. magazines with the

were made by Mrs. Conway impresario reportedlynamed .Colored-

Included tokens of appreciations Armstrong in the N.Y. LIVE IN i ,JOBS ALLIED DETECTIVE AGENCY

and a plaque suit for failure to make _. I,
enscribed "THE'GOOD ,:alleged contracted ap- MRS.. ELEANOR ,ROOSEVELT'waits at convention microphone as AFL-CIO Sec. Treas. Wil- You need a friend in N.Y. IncJacksonville's

SHEPHERD' *? The menu con- :pearance. ,liam F. Schnitzler and Pres. George Meany report list of national and International, Let Mr. Harold of the Mallory leading

sisted of a turkey dinner. unions that completed or surpassed their quotas in AFL-CIO drive for $1 million' for Agency be your friend.He Agency now 'has a full

Hot coffee was served ., Eleanor ,Roosevelt.. Cancer Foundation. _._ guarantees you a lives staff of trained colored

throughout the evening. I I job'in a good home detectives to handle domestic -

Guests, ',present were Mr. Police// Roundup Bad Check Gang Circuit JudgeDismisses paying $30 to 50 a week, Investigations

and Mrs Wilson Allen, free room, meals, T.Y. He child custody, body guards,
Mrs. Alice, Conway Mr. Jury advances his tickets and missing persons, patrol

and Mrs. William W. Green DELAND--On the contentionthat expenses to ,N.Y. Write, and nite security .

Sr. Mrs. Bessie Williams, the venire was improperly ,giving references to: Mr. 1 Strictly Confidential.Phone .
Mrs. Minnie Lee Perry, k x selected Circuit Harold The Mallory Agency EX 83111or

Maxie Borders, Mr. and 576 Merrick Road, LynnbrookN.
Judge P. B. Revels replaced -
.
Mrs. Chester Satterwhite Y. PO 5-9844 I
the old Volusia 1.
'Deacon J, R. McPherson,
County grand jury with a
. Jimmie Washington, Mrs. I
last
new one week.
Tommie McElmurray Mr. and .

Mrs. James B. Hawkins, C.F.
CLASSIFIEDAPPARTMENT
Jones, Mrs. Rosa Benjamin,

Mrs. Mary Whitlock Mrs. FOR RENT Myrtle Aye, dnd Adams Phone tL 4-1468
Annie Cartwright; Mr. and ,CHARGED with passing worthless checks, four Jaxons have been apprehended by city'detectives

Mrs. joseph Walden, Mr. an and are now awaiting filing of formal charges in Duval jail. Detectives APARTMENT For Rent FULLY DRESSEDCATFISH
: 433 West 18th New 2-bed- ld..l With l.m. b"''''. col. ./1.
Mrs. W. King, Mrs. Esther said that Clifford Francis Hunt, (left), 42. of 342 Spruce St. Edward ,William hush puppici Kill tee Lk.u. 49c ,

Stephens. Mrs. Luciel Gray Harris 53. 1941 Louisiana St. Willie Allen Phillips; -.27? 53. 'W. Union St. all rooms Kitchen Equiped,Hot CENUINE LOBSTERS S5e

I:Mrs. Mable W. Steward, confessed to the crimes and implicated Robert Singleton'Carr, 42, of 2044 Davis St. Water Heater and Space FLORIDA .

,\.4 Mrs., Victoria Clark, Mrs. --- --- Heater.Street. Apply 1643 Main SPECKLED TROUT ;is.B3c

Be rda Scott, Mrs. WillieMae r ....
I .POL/CE..REPORTS/ for .
Mack, Mrs. Ernestine ..... ......... BLUEFISH, E ling Lit. \iDC
Jdhnnfa's .
Holzendolf.: Mrs. Marx J. 'Hotel 'nry unJcrrjted" "hmenH Slim v
he- said he heard a shot police she was injured ina
Harris Mrs. Maude Callo- Hit By Stray Bullet All-Modern Conveniences ST. AUCOSTINt FLIP FLOP
and then felt
a sting in fight with her boyfriend -
way, Mrs. Rebecca Drafts :I his left side., He stated about 7:30 p.m. Christmas, .ROODS, fij* *. Day. Nite or Week BREADED SHRIMP FLOUNDERSHANDY lk. 39'
Ira Ben Williams 24, of
Miss Joyce : Call SI 6-7596. 74154 West
Jessie Hoe a I that when he went to bed day, police said. DANDY Each
1306 Street Ashley Street. $045
Miss,Green.Betty Miss Joyce Burney B ,rney and, : the victim Spearing of a stray bul-was he, felt pains. in his left Police said Miss Hall IVi Lb. Pk(. S ,per kc. Shrimp Deveiner $1.35 .

let last : side. told .them that during a Lots For, Sale
Sunday police
Conway., RED BASS
Viss Carolyn
The man said he, sent for fight with Andrew Lee, she u.39'Genuine .
LARGE
stated. Pretty Lot 2577 Orion
Satterwhite, St.
Eva
Mrs hifs'sister and when she hit the head withan
was on 1111 L6..7UC
Whit- Williams said he was'onhis baird new 3-Bd. Rs. SHRIMP
Mrs. 'Benjamin, Mrs to catch cab came, she found the open electric hot plate. Howe $3K dn. or sell Lot STEAK FISH Lh. 59'Spanish
a ,
way
and
lock, Mr. Cartwright wound in his side. She was taken to Duval J 1500 Terms if you like.: MEDIUM '
when he 79c
passed a woman and
Mrs. Harris served as Patrolmen'W. R. Butler in- Medical by police ambu- C.,IV Ev'4.1 2Da SHRIMP Lb. Mackerelli
hostess. man arguing. A short while -r--. L,. 35'
vestigated. blance to receive treat- '
....
after passing the couple ............ laceration .For Sale Fred Proudly Annnunrn th*
ment for a over 1961-62 :Shad Sfiton
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BOTH: the right eye. She said Large Home. 810 F. BeaVeiSt.
FIRST RUN RITZ Woman Stabs Another ,
BUCK SHAD .
6..35c
she did not wish to prose This Home being cold tq Old Favorite

MIDNIGHT SHOW-CELEBRATES Regular Showing Miss Ruby Lee Rogers, 21, cute, police ROB stated. settle an Real Estate.A Buy. ROE SHAD Lb.49c 7 WHITING \

THE NEW YEAR SAT. NITE tfEC. 30th Starts 1111 Fairfax was injuredin RESTAURANtCharlie's 1M & r REAL' ESTATE. INC
Sunday .
a .fignt last Monday, 930 Arlington Dr. WHITING U29'Produced
LB.
Doors Opjn 11:30:: p.m. Palladin Stars police reported.: Restaurant at Ph. 724-2644. in Spite of High Seat -
516 W. State Street '
Police reports indicated wash HELP WANTED .MALE KING MACKEREL Qc
that while Miss Queen robbed last Sunday between 2
MEN: Assemble and STEAKS 49'
Distributein
Esther Foster, of 2026 10:20 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. LI,. "
home
time
u! spare new invention -*
M--s !:.. Woodside Avenue,, was drinking .- The waitress said the two of ten uses. Write: "Lorfftt catch in month*."
robbers who appearedto tavt FtfA. "DtliciouT *ayt7VL"
Richard BOONE-Geurge HAMILTON at a Baldwin Street young Northsd Recreation. Inc Jr. Acct. Er.vrtre.SUER.
be in their early 20'swere ,
Box
918. Brooksville. @la. -
address when she pickeda .
luau '
P1TTEtJ
Arthur
\ O'CONNill \ wearing stockingsover
fight with Miss Rogers
r&101ITL[leras \' i their heads and WANTEDBeauty
> 'IODUCnOJl. t' \ and stabbed her twice in ,
carried pistols. They told, Operators & Barbers .
the chest with a knife.
the manager ,in charge toput are wanted o New Hollywood y
The injured woman was ,everything in 'the cash Beauty Lounge. 622 *",.
*ndMCTROCOLOR fi1.il1fJ Ri taken to Duval Medical register in two brown Ashley St. Call EL 49774. .. .

Center and treated for and Mr. Porter EL 3-3245 Mr.
paper bags they
also: "THE SERGEANT WAS A LADY"HAPPY stab wounds and Queen emphasized everything the I. S. Anderson. ,.'.--

Esther Foster was arrested witness said. Help Wanted MARKETS
and charged with' disorderly
After robbing the cffsh WANTED: 2 Exp. Female Cook -
conduct, fightingand '
NEW YEAR 1 register they went down 1 Exp. Butler; Bus Boys a
being drunkr police
to' Domestic and Hotel maids;
the line from customer Ragler DiIie Crystal
STRAND Sunday Thru Saturday said., Police:: also_ said customer taking-what coney Truck Drivers. .

Miss Rogers would.. prose "they had, witnesses said. Fidelity Federal Employment BLACK SUGAR

His Beast-blood demanded he 1iLL..l KfLL...fOLIL! cute. ............ When they started to leave, Agency '

BEATEN XMAS DAY one of them was heard to _
1832 N. Myrtle Ave S Ib
say'come on Sam. EYE PEAS P9 19C
Miss Catherine Hall, 38, Total amount reported EL, 66389.I .

of 911 Oakley' Street told taken was $50. WHY HOiJRY 51bs. With $5.00

.. ABOUT XMAS BILLS 24 oz bags.15C.Or Mwe More Food Order

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mal Bar.B.Q. Beacon
4 HOME, IMPROVEMENTSConsolidated friendly conversation selling _

No Money Down a good AWNS incomeCall will. provide SPARE BLEACH

PLUS Tag Cg-Rft! i Bills EL 68810. '

She fi da IpE of ola [air. Balk Rates '
eke e IILIBQFFEE 'lluu art'WL'Wit!cJu[ RIBS.Uthfl 5C
Ail Work Guaranteed 1
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.. Sales Fngineer Toombs Burton
F N IiERJAIlitDl Free Estintes Call Me Joday '- _fL 9=1421 4 frtfi
BUlfUU.
.SnLlia 9s OtL,;! Ib. 39C $5Oor Me food Order
RIllS Added 6
rages. AMOings.Carports. 2117 Wishart Suet ,
Sratf LeaPORk
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1st and 2nd y0Rt0ACEC'"ME '
ROOSEVELT SKYVJEVVJJUES Sunda SERVICE .

BUU. NiteJfcru s ETEMRT 1hru AndglCHARD 'i1es. FINANCE. WHERE OTHERS- FAIL"HERCULES GENERAL AUTO REPAIR' JOWLS

TueV. riMARK 'Jl W. .HOUGABOOK, Mechonk
JAMES STEWART And In HOME IMPROVEMENT COMPANY 1361 Kings Read FL 4-3659 .

RICHARD WICMAR& In"TWi "ffl RIlE. TmTIEI" .
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RHE. TKEATKr .PfeWM3I5 6885 Phillips Highway till Ib.I .
,,-. .... ,' repair Venetian bland a 33C.Half'
FIQIr Wlthic 75 .miles of Jacksonville guarantee upholstering
"' done with fabrics-at Kill or Whole
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