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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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English
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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Jacksonville Fla
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January 9, 1960
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weekly
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Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
January 9, 1960
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00543

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VOL. 9 NO. 48 And NEWS JANUARY 9, i960- JACKSONVILLE 9. FLORIDA 15 Cents

.LEADERS MARCH OF DIMES CHAIRMAN J


MUST APPEARBEFORE CALLS FOR JAXON'S SUPPORTIsadore


JUDGE FIRST JAX 1960'MURDER'
Singleton, Jacksonville business leader who was
named Chairman of the Negro Division of the 1960 Marchof

Tallahassee- Two Negro Dimes this week expressed hope that colored citizens

ministers, the Rev. Theodore will support the drive. L

1, R. Gibson, president of the He urged that every Negro

J Miami branch of the National citizen contribute to the COMMITTED BY YOUTH 9

f Association for the Advance- New March of Dimes, which, 1 -

J ment of Colored People and in addition to Polio care and ,
I
the Rev. Edward T. Graham, promotion of the use of Salk I

J. a past president were toI Vaccine, is this year also
appear in Leon County Cir- aiming its research funds to c Drive To Register YOUNG JAX MAN STABBEDBY

cuit Court on Feb. 17, to attacks on arthritisand sri'

I show cause why they shouldnot aiming its research funds to { HIS WIFE'S BROTHERINLAWJacksonville's

be cited for contempt of attacks on' arthritis and 2 Million Negro VotersATLANTA

the Florida Legislative crippling birth defects.
Investigating Committee. Singleton added: "We are first murder for 1960 was committee last

Mark Hawes, Tampa attor- still in need of volunteer ,- A coordinated cooperative southwide driveto Monday night, Jan. 4 when Cleveland Smith, 27, of 1560

ney for the probe group workers to help put over the register and additional 1,100,000 Negro voters duringthe West 30th Street was fatally stabbed by his wife's brother-

petitioned Judge W. May drive.ttServing first 10 months of 1960 will be conducted by the I in-law. I

his second term as National Association for the Advancement of Colored
Walker to cite the two Negro Clarence Charles Brown, 19,
leaders for contempt on the Committeeman on the Duval People and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. who with his wife shared at
I
ground they defied the legis. County Democratic Execu- Announcement of the joint apartment with the victim anc
tive Committee, Singleton effort was made here on
lators during the hearing held
his wife, is being held in Duva.
reminded citizens that Dec. 28 by NAACP Execu-
in Tallahassee last Nov. POLICE REPORTSThis
County jail on a charge o
5-4 on allegations of .Com January 28 is the date for tive Secretary Roy Wilkins homicide.

munist infiltration of the New Mother's March of and the Rev. Dr. Martin -
S.P. Livingston According to Lt. O.A.
Dimes. ISADORE SINGLETON Luther King, -Jr.; SCLA
NAACP.Withheld School which is located at Johnson of the city homicide
president, following an all-
Records 1128 Barber St., was broken squad, Bowen and his wife,
day conference of 23 representatives
The committee voted to into and entered between who recently came to Jacksonville -
ask a contempt citation I JAX CITIZENS URGED TO DEMAND of. the two
organizations. In a news 7:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. by a from Georgia, ahd
against Gibson after he refused I with
been
Dec. continuously arguing
conference after the teen-ager, Wednesday
meeting, ....
membership to produce records NAACP which INVESTIGATION INTO JAIL DEATHBy Mr. Wilkins explained that 23, 1959. Smith Household and his wife about' I
The 6-year-old eyewitness, natters.
the drive was an extensionand
the committee had sub-
who is a student at the The landlord ordered one of
Graham aroused thecommittee's Staff Correspondent acceleration of voter
poenaed. school told investigators he the couples to move out because -
J registration campaigns
ire when he of continuous distur-
Last Wednesday,-Dec. 30, 37-year-old:: Harrison Pierce of already initiated, by the two saw a 13-year-old boy enter'the
refused to whether or not bance. Bowen and his wife
say school and leave with
1203 West 5th Street: .was..fQ nd,dead in .,a/padded;cell of. organizations.. __ : .
he was a member of the thesand. agreed to move. When the
of
Duval the fact that his death occurred The Wilkins the.symbols'
County Jail..and meeting, Mr. .a
NAACP. that victim returned from work early i
in cell" would lead said had been called Dr. Officers were informed I ;
a 'padded any logical thinking personto __ by
Both contended that to he unscrewed all the
I wonder whether his death was the result of brutal King and himself "to make the young boy is a student at yesterday
comply with committee demands electric fuses in Bowen'sapartment.
James Weldon Johnson Jr. CLARENCE BROWN
Punishment in the iail. I plans for coordinating cooperative -
would subject them'toeconomic .
Justice of the Peace activity to raise High School. ...held la kills
retaliation and Was it that he had sufferedsome who 0
The officers said they Bowen, was trying t(
Dorcas Drake ordered an the of
registration
,possible physical violence. I on the body of injury, one way or voters prior to the Negro 1960 found the symbals in the backyard pack his belongings, asked Smith was dead when detectives .

Gibson said publicizing the autopsy Harrison but stated at that another. Another questionis elections. at the suspect's home, Smith to turn on the lights arrived at the scene.

membership records of the : and that the suspect's grand- Smith refused and invited Bowen fled to relatives in
time that death was Dr. King told that
NAACP would break down due to. natural apparently I ,If Pierce had "gone the two organizations reporters had mother said the youth told Bowen to fight in the hallway. Floradale but was persuaded

the organization because causes. berserk" in the cell bock on agreed to conduct "an her he had found them. A During the fight Bowen T>y them to return. Witnesseswere

,' Negroes would be afraid to On Wednesday morning, Monday as Heaney reputedly intensified campaign throughout teacher also stated that a grabbed a paring knife as h< listed as Willie Gibbs,

join it and would endanger' Jan. 6 .a week afterPearce's stated, why was he not sent the South" designed to flower pot valuaed at $5 was was being chased out bf the 1337 West 31st Street; Ada M.

the safety of those whose death Dr. Carl to the Memorial Unit of raise the number of broken by the suspect. house by Smith and turned and Lee, 1577 West 30th Street;
the rolls. Duval Medical Center? present stabbed Smith time in the 1560 West
Bowen
names now are on Patrolmen C. Barton andW. one Dorothy ,
Wells, Medical Examinertold registered Negro voters from .
The !legislative committeealso the FLORIDA STAR The Duval Jail cell victim 1,400,000 to 2,500,000. This Solomon investigated.A chest after also cutting him 30th Street; and Lula Mae
voted to seek a con- was arrested on Dec. 26 for superficially on the right leg. Smith 2344 Butler Ave.
that a of the figure selected
report autopsyhad was as an
while intoxicated and
citation the driving
against
tempt not yet been sent to the attainable and realistic
Rev. A. Leon Lowry of had been bound to Criminal
office of State Attorney goal. all day Wednesday. Another
Tampa, state NAACP presi- Hallowes. Wells was not Court by Justice of the The campaign, Mr. Wilkins coat belonging to Minnie reason for the predictionthat

dent. Lowry appeared in certain whether the ex- Peace George A. Harris. asserted, will be non- Brown, of 1205 EvergreenAve. Burns will run is that

Tallahassee in answer to amination had been com- partisan and will be con- ., was reported taken 4 a the field of possible can-

the committee subpoena, but pleted, but said it "should ducted on a neighborhoodbasis from a' church located at r didates is narrowing down.

returned to Tampa withoutthe have been" by; now. MISSING MAN'S -, with door-to-door 1365 Harrison St., during Tom Beasley, House Speakerhas

committee's permissionbefore Asked whether is was canvassing block by block. service last Sunday.The bowed out because, as

he had been called to customary for his department BODY IS FOUNDWAS Neither organization, he pastor of the church, he put it, his failure to

the witness stand. to take "so many- said, attempts to tell voters the Rev. D.B. Barnes sus- raise from "legislatimate"

However, the proceedings days" to complete an DEATH DUE for whom to cast their pected a 15-year-old girl of sources the some half-

against Lowry will be filed autopsy report, Dr. Wells TO FOUL PLAY? ballots. He expressed the taking the coat because the million dollars needed to

with the 1961 legislature replied affirmatively stating anticipation that the new same girl had been caught conduct a successful camp-
rather than in the it The body of 79yearoldWilli
courts, there
that examination of voters will support candi- stealing money at one aign.
was reported. tissues in cases such as Cherry r of 316 Chelsea dates with the best civil time. She was seen behind the k Still another reason why

Pierce's death often took street who was reported rights records. I church while service was political anlysts believe

quite a bit of time.Nevertheless missing since last Dec. 27, The NAACP leader said going on but did not go in. Burns will be in the race is

WHITE INSURANCE there is was found lying face downon that the campaign seeks to side. The suspect denied that he is credited with the
the north bank of
McCoy'sCreek
reason for suspicion as to stimulate voting in local and any knowledge of the coat ability to raise the campaign

TO EMPLOY the cause of the Negro near the Lee Street state elections as well as valued at $50.Patrolmen funds.As .
ASKED viaduct last .
Monday morning.His
Jaxon's death and it is felt national elections.Dr. R.R. Wollitz
wife from whom he
that local citizens' groups Identified was the King announced that and J.P. Branch investigated. Y It stands now it appears -
NEGRO PERSONNEl and Negro leaders should separated his organization planned to that the lineup will

demand a full investigationinto body which was removed to increase its staff in order to J include Burns, Sen. Doyle

I' th ..death. Funeral Home and a medical carry out the intensified' Carlton, Sen. Fred Dickinson -

MONTGOMERY, ALAIn The reasons for suspicionare examination ordered to deter- voter registration A 17-year-old youth was and John McCarty. Other
program. BURNS SEEMS
an effort to crash the rigid based on what is regarded mine if death was accidentalor "We will need new field arrested and held in con- possible candidates include -

color bar in the insurance as an official reportof due to foul play. secretaries to work with nection with the attempted C. Farris Bryant and

field,.the Montgomery Restora- the incident. The Jacksonville Cherry reported had argued local groups," he said. break in of the HitchingPost SURE TO RUNBy Ted David.

don and Amelioration Assn., Journal reported on with two brothers of his Attending the sessions in Beer Tavern, 406 Eric O. But'now, whether Burns
Simpson
has asked 13 white Southern Dec. 30., as follows: wife on the day he was last addition to 'Mr. Wilkins and Davis St., last Monday. Interstate Press Correspondent can grin or even get into a

insurance companies doing Chief Jail Warden Tom seen. Dr. King were Kelly Alexander Elijah Jennings, of 818W. a second primary remains a

million of dollars in business Heaney said Pierce's body By coincidence the first of Charolotte, N.C., Monroe St., gave a signed Floradale, Jan 6In about $64,000 question, even on a
with Negro policyholders, to was discovered by watch officers on the scene were chairman of the' NAACP statement admitting that he forty-eight hours from the rigged show, liis situationin

hire Negroes as agents and in captain V.C. Home when Patrolmen C.E. Peeples and voter registration campaign and Willie Mitchell, 24, of Duval r is-' puzzling be-
time
that this is being
administrative and publicrelations Home went to the cell at F.F. Nazwroth, who were in committee; Rev. J.E. 918 W. Duval Street had cause he failed to-get the
will
the written, all Florida
posts. breakfast.. neighborhood discussingCherry's whena Lowery, Mobile, Ala; tried to break in and enter know whether Haydon majority white vote for reelection -
said Pierce seem-' disappearance Reverends Fred Shuttles- the last mayor the
Heaney L. tavern Monday. to mayor's
and Burns of this city will be a
rushed
.According to>> a, spokesmanfor ed in good physical con- woman up worth, Edward Gardner and There were two other men office and since then there is

the Negro organization, the dition when jaillers:>checked shouted news of the discovery L.J. Rogers, all of Birmingham named who were with Jenningsand candidate for the governor- some indication that he has

request was made in the formof his cell at 1:05 a.m., 2:45 of the body. ; Dr. C.O. Simplins, Mitchell when they ship of the state. 1 that lost many of the Negro
The odds
5 to
mailed to' the .companies are
letter and 3:30 a.m.Heaney which about
Shreveport, La.Rev. attempted to break into votes brought
than 188 Cherry, a retired funeral Saturday 'noon in enough
wrote more had ordered frequent -
and his last election.
Ralph D. Abernathy three phone booths earlierin
home porter was reported time to have it splashed in
million to Negroesin
impolicies inspection of the cell
Dr. L.D. ReddickMont- the night. The men named Yet, Jacksonville's
1958. missing on Dec. 30 by his the Sunday morning papers
since Pierce was placed in Dr. Charles G. Hill and Ernest smooth-talking is not
gomery; were Cherry the state mayor
nephew, Jim Johnson of throughout -
The organization plans to it Monday afternoon'after he 703 Stonewall 'St Johnsontold Gomillion, Tuskegee; Miss White. Police said they were Haydon Burns, an igenious to be discounted. He had a

take further action if the companies had gone berserk in the cell the city missing persons Ella Baker, Mrs. Ruby told by Jennings that Hill public relations man as well bag of political tricks and,

reject its request. block in which he was con-', bureau that Cherry had last Hurkey, Rev. Amos O. and White did not actuallytake 'as' an artful politician will there is one thing sure:
,fined with other prisoners. Holmes, Rev. Martin Luther in the attempt but when he starts unreeling his
been seen at 8:30 p.m. on part announce his candidacy for
statements King, Sr., A.T. Richmond and knew Jacksonville Story of Progress -
The foregoing Dec" 27 at the corner of Park ; they were present governor. .
FIGHT BOMBS and Dn John Morsell with there
Burns"
stimulate questions. what was going on. are
many and Jackson street, a few This of course is only a
Why was "frequent inspection" blocks from _the place the Gloster B.- Current, ,'Rev. Sgti. J.W. Wingate and prediction, based on -the many voters whose hearts
WITH BALLOTS of Perec's cell body was found. Edward Odom, Jr., and J.H. Tillman investigated. actions of the Mayor who was will melt and decide to lee
Lee Moon
Henry
be
bygones bygones.
3 I ordered out of town on a secret junket
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I Two THE FLORIDA STAR Friday, January 9, 1960
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THE FLORIDA STAR. ...,, -' f 'Politics As Usual'By

'
MY50 N-mA TIREDOtDR \
NEWS AND HAPPY THAT MY TI IE'S \ .
:: MAN Eric O. Simpson
;: Up' YOU'LL FIND THINGS

published by The Florida Star Publishing Co. < AWFUL STATEOFAFFNRSPACEREJIGO15ANDCO1lOR- Speaking before the annual Freedom Fund rally at the

"Member of Associated Negro ,Press" '.:- :, RAHPACE!! close of the year just past, Roy Wilkins, executive secre-
We O. Simpson _J ----.._...fcdiior J HATRED ON 11ft tary of the National Association for the Advancement of

C. Fftxhun Johnson -_ News Staff_ (_ Colored People, told more than 400 persons gathered for

kaasae Richardson .. _Circulation Dept. the event: "Restleseness is the best weapon that the

Negro basin. his struggle for full civil rights." t
MAIN OFFICE & PLANT:
Go Slow On Promises
1N3 MonczUf Road _,._. __.._,_.> EL 4-8W2 EL 46783Downtown : -. Negroes should hesitate

Breach Office: 423 Broad Si. Phone EL 4.3773 :- ,... before committing themselvesto Wilkins referred to the

closing of schools in partsof
one political
Address 1 support any
Mailing :
the South and the
"part-
"- or candidate. Wilkins
Box 561. Jacksonville 1. Florida } party
P. O. "
.. -.:. t said. The Negro voter should cularly revolting lynching"of
.. ,, .. 01-,
-. Mack Charles Parker
as
SUBSCRIPTION RATES demand to know where a
.
.
.. r. politician stands issues other examples of Southern
in Advance. on
Subscription Payable ..
Send Check or Money Order To: ...:. '. :. affecting the Negro minority- injustice."As .

FLORIDA STAR-P.O. BOX 561 ,. before he pledges his sup-. the rest of the Negro
JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA r' ,: port. citizens the ''
look forward
to
v
:
;. : : _
.
1960 Presidential election
For too longhe i
: ;. year, they are in no mood to '
SOME RESOLUTIONS FOR NEGROESTO \ : / : explained ,
: : the Negro has give comfort to a system

., I. : voted without which cheats children of
a .t %A education, robs parents of
MAKE FOR THE YEAR OF 1960At demanding fair return for a employment and other

his "We economic opportunity and
vote.
this time of the when most of us are making resolutions -
year Mm r
m be which murders their bro-
need
to
for our individual progress it would be well for 4& mt : I : thers "
: (seen) uncertain he warned.
Negroes to give more thought to some resolutions that E ; w. t
.-: i, : he de "I don't see how a man
"
would affect progress for the Negro race as a whole. like Lyndon Johnson ( Senate
clared. "We need to be
4, majority leader who is from
restless. With the 1960
Let us resolve first to stop blaming the "white man for Texas) could win support of

bindering our progress and come to the realization that we elections approaching, pol- Negroes because he is a part

ourselves are the greatest hinderance to our progress a iticans ought to be left in of the system which makes
doubt as to where the Negrovote
race. possible such injustices, be
-, ---- is going, he said. When said.

Let us resolve to examine ourselves and determine our The Fight For Civil Rights i In 1960 Should Be Full-Time Job the politician knows you're "We do not cheer for

shortcomings and endeavor to correct them. .. restless, he will start tryingto instance, the delay in

mind may be too much under find ways to still your I enacting a stronger civil
Let us resolve as Negroes to be less, concerned aboutour ES JMllMIMMintti the control of your emotions restlessness, he indicated. rights in the Congress,"
own personal and correct that attitude of: as it inadvisable He said that a great fault
progress making to get I he said "It is true that a .
long as I succeed, the heck with the rest.Let's Your Weekly mixed up in controversial with the Negro is that he bill, the first in 82 years,

arguments (13th). The results spends too much time being was enacted in 1957. It was
hold each other back the of thankful for how far he has
stop trying to way many .that come naturally are the to cover, primarily, the protection -
us do by throwing monkey-wrenches in the programs of GuideBy ones that will count. come without consideringhow of the voting rights '
others or by speaking critically and prejudicially of the Horoscope 17-81-9-88-3-575 much further he has togo of citizens.

fellow who is trying to progress or do something worthwhile.We .
But, he said, "we remem-

should resolve to rid ourselves of that subconscious PABLO The ASTROLOGERWHICH SAGITTARIUSNov. Rough on Demos ber that Alabama. Georgiaand ttJ
23 thru Dec. 21 Wilkins was critical of
spirit of hating to see the other fellow get ahead because Louisiana all defied the
The wonderful sounding both parties for their failureto
he'll be getting ahead of you. ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR propositions that may be advance the cause of the U.S.mission Civil, which Rights, under com-the )

made on the 9th could have but he
Negro, was particularly -
Let us learn to cooperate with each other and help each new law, was empowered to
other, for the success of one is the success of all. BUSINESS' LOVE TRAVEL come rather unwelcome critical of the Democratic examine the denial of voting
strings attached. Take them party which has had the sup- rights on the basis of race
Jan 9 thru Jan 16 under advisement until
you port of a majority of Negroesfor
Let us resolve to UNITE for the benefit of our race and and color.
have had time to weigh their three decades. ,
nearly
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pledge ourselve to support programs of cooperation or I He outlined three objectives -
boycott...For we must realize that it is only through ARIES difficulties of friends, when soundness and merits, before He was particularly scorn- toward which
March 21 thru April 19 barely have the time to you commit any funds to them ful of the fact that in many
UNITED ACTION that the Negro can accomplish any you Negroes should work: J
lOth-llth). You could feel of the
Capital for going or attend to own pressing"affairs. parts Democratically-
appreciable gains. Vc must be united when we go to the pro- your "The federal governmentmust
be the pinch of the cost of controlled South the Negro is
jected enterprises be made realize thatit
for the who and may to
polls to vote men run our city, county
demands
made available the Arians 145921055647VIRGO living or other on denied the right to vote.
to back the
be united in the must Supremecourt
federal government and we must chanelingof up
and this could underlie
who back their claims you, The much-heralded "lib
i
can up its school desegregation
the dollars we spend. With a united vote we can defeat on -
with facts concrete strained marital or public eralism" of the Democratic "
or accomplishments decisions he
the wrong man or elect the right man; and with proper (9th). The Aug. 23 thru Sept. 22 relations (11th thru 13th). party is off-set by the said. ,
channeling of our spending dollars we can bring about
11th and 12th are the best Although your heart may be 25-74-7-50-11-618 Southern Democrats' denialof tt-. .
better and more respectful treatment as well as induce The attorney general
full of love for those
days if want to obtain you rights to Negroes in the
firms to employ Negroes in other than menial positions.We you CAPRICORN must be given authority to
hold dear knowit
interviews with important they cannot Dec 22 thru 19 &outh, he declared. And he
Jan. intervene In all civil rights
people and sell yourself or if you do not display the warned the Democratic
ideas be
Your not as party violations those
may
must therefore resolve to support movements to Take not just
your product. necessary signs. up farfetched that it can no longer con-
secure better treatment of our women in stores as well as 396256099438TAURUS that in as they may seem involving voting. And we
study courses are
movements to secure fair employment practions which involve at first glance, as what has tinue to expect the supportof must have definite promises ,
the hiring of Negroes. keeping with existing talents been impossible yesterdaycan the Negro people when it in the platforms of both
and interests, as they may become very real to- "winks its eve at the dis- the 1060 \
parties in election.
the
be just steppingstonesyou morrow (9th). You are in fine franchisement of the southern -
We must resolve as register as voters and encourage need into he concluded..To which
April 20 thru May 20 to enter new '
anyone we know .vino-is eligible to do so. Do not be thrown off the and exciting fields. fettle as far as productivityand Negro. this humble writer .adds:
concerned hit
ability are Wilkins hard at the
Amen, brother, Amen.
134976022787LIBRA
track who have
by people
but should not forget to eat fact that Negroes are denied
Then we must resolve to vote and see to it that our sure-fire to rich
neighbors and friends do likewise.In quick, for ways these simply get do'not properly and obtain sufficientrest the vote in too many placesin

exist (12th thru 14th(. Sept. 23 thru Oct. 23 at regular intervals (11 the South Out of 947,000

the year 1960 let us all resolve to improve our You would do well with a Read between the lines th). Negroes 21 years of age and

economic status, first by supporting a jobs-for-Negroes partner who provides the and appraise the motives of 15-38-3-100-66-179 over in Mississippi, he said, TIME TO HELP!

then saving inspiration, while furn- those who offer than only about 8,000 were registered -
campaign, by working dilligently'and finally, by you more AQUARIUSJan.
ish the drive You should for ,the last election -'
will be able to deliver.
some they Feb. 18
money. give serious thought. to this ;I 20 thru
.
possibly should you find I L Your intuitive powers are While or other discreet \ Ten thousand Jackson-
Let us resolve to save some money each and every weekor yourself living and working r alerted to the pros and cons maneuvers could win the As one of the evils which f

each and every month, because money counts and the alone. of the prospects that are laid prize you have set your hearton go along with such a system, ville Mothers wanted! Join

Negro will never command much respect as long as he 239140772159GEMINI before you on the 9th thru capturing (9th). If love is he pointed out that "lynch- !

remains a credit consumer without capital.We 11th. Obey them implicityand your goal, that may also be ing can happen and public the NEW March of Dimes I
officials issue
v they will reward you with an effective way of insuringa can cynicaland
should resolve to curb our tendencies for high livingin results that may be limitedbut successful outcome. The ridiculous statements ina by calling EX 8-3561 or

the form of expensive cars, high priced clothes and sure. You could be 12th-13th are not good daysto state where 46 per cent I .

the choicest liquors. May 21 thru June 21 toying with some very tempt- take risks of a financial or of the population has no vote EX 8-3692. Help fight

Bolstering your financesand .ing reflections, but should physical nature. in government. Negro citi-
There are hundreds of other resolutions that could be joint resources is the stand firm against being 185667044846PISCES zens are helpless and de- Polio, Arthritis and Crippling

listed dealing with promptness, dilligence, effeciency, subject that should occupy driven against your better fenseless. Mississippi and
tfuthfulness nad the curbing of boisterousness in public, your mind to the exclusionof judgment or the wiser coun- similar states make con- Birth Defects. Call

which should certainly be considered; but if we would fulfill most everything else on sels of your trusted associate Feb. 19 thru March 20 stant war upon them and

the resolutions outlined above chances and we will the 9th10th.Be The conventions and mod- their children, politically, EX 8-3561 or EX 83692.
tactful, but firm, when 14-86-5-20-33-144 economically and personally -
find ourselves and certain
progressing as a race Individually ern society expect "
he declared.
leaps and bounds. ______________ you are trying to discourageloved things from each and everyoneof ,
ones from impeding you us. Even if this is not

GOY. FAUBUS AND DAISY BATES ,. in achieving your purposes. always to your liking, you M
SCORPIOOct.
Extravagance their part can_find the, 9th is the best
24 thru Nov. 22.
can be just as defeating as day of the week,: for friendly
TALK CALLED 'MIRACLE MEETING'Speakers You are more likely to be and
if you were the responsibleparty conversations competent
fair and understanding, if ,
(12th). professional advice in. Con-
you pass judgment on theseor
from Little Rock told audiencethat 181942088937CANCER siderable annoyances may r
a Washington other matters on the 9th.
Moral Re-Armament can bring an answer to the dead- Prejudice, one-sided views be created by dissension at
lock in their city. and/ a critical attitude are home, with your- friends, and
in public relations (11
your
much more likely to predominate -
thru 16th TTv
th )
The speakers, Mr. L.C. Bates, publisher of the Arkansas June 22 thru July 22 on the lOth-llth. Your 12-65-1-80-99-369

State Press, and husband of Mrs. Daisy Bates, presidentof Considerations, such as

the Arkansas State NAACP and Mi. Al Kuettner, roving employment, varying faiths '

southern editor for UPI, are in Washington with an MRA and family ties should not n

force of 200 from 31 nations, which has been invited by be made the final arbiters,

the District. Commissioners. Welcoming them at the as you are responsible onlyto 'ind the

National Theatre, Dr. S. Douglas Cornell, Executive yourself in the final ac strength

Officer of the National Academy of Sciences, said, "What counting. Do not make your

America needs is an ideology that will win, and that job an unbearable chore by for life. J

ideology is, Moral Re-Armament. You can't co-exist with taking the wrong attitudes or your .

Communism; co-existence in their language means nonexistence losing yourself in a lot of
for us." useless details and red tape

(12th thru 14th). You have a

Mr. Bates said, "If we instill MRA into the people of great potential earning o-c : ) kI

Little Rock, it will turn the city from chaos into happiness.This capacity and should give it '

week, Mrs. Bates, a strong foe of Governor Faubus, life by bringing yourself and r cc

met with the governor, for more than two hours. It was her your methods strictly up to

experience with MRA that gave her the courage to ask for date.
*
this appointment. It was probably something of Moral Re- 237689077917LEO -

Armament in his which made him accept. It is hard, to w '7. Jd

evaluate this now, but it may be a turning point. We are : KEN KNIGHT

making headway. The absolute standards of Moral Re- July 23 thru Aug. 22

Armament are the only thing that can give real peace to Consider the possibilitiesof y Invite* Yeu To Luten :Jo"KNMTTRAflr -,
Little Ro k." -
automation or other time

and money-saving techniquesto ,
"Three months ago when I interviewed Governor Faubus, reduce the work load and c'e/

such a meeting between" him and Daisy Bates would have the cost of production. Some- ___ Starting At 7:00 P. M. Nightly _.. :
been impossible, said Al Kuettner. "I nearly collapsedwhen thing of interest along these REUG10N IN AMERICAN LIFE, INC..
I saw the wirephoto picture of Daisy Bates shakingnjmnds lines may be called to your '

e "with Governor Faubus." Turning to Mr. Bates, he attention on the 9th. Try not WORSHIP TOGETHER THIS WEEK 1400 WRHC 1400Page
-%' said This meeting was a miracle." to get mixed< up in the

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; THE FLORIDA STAR Friday., January, 9., 1 960
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SCOUT- I I '--'t: .7;-'"- .," ,..'" : -., WEST UNION ..
;
"' --= .JIt:
'

I SET ;: ':. .. -v'=:, .'--r'" ...9, f)".. GIVES SLATE i\.j
/ .i... : '.
.: ". -i .... wi-t,:,
AT : .: : FOR SUNDAYDeaconess
s{ ,,.,.

Scout and Board No.2' '
t
the of West Union Baptist I r

Florida church will meet Sunday at --
of America, 3 p.m. in the educational .

recently to building. District 9 will f-f ;.' .
the annual meet at 3 p.m. in the homeof ;'
which will Deacon Willie Gordon, ,
cafeterium 1260 W. 19th Street.
Gilbert F The Young Matrons
11 at 7:30 Auxiliary will meet Sundayat t -
L.',f. 4 p.m. in the home of A tf

chairman has Mrs. Jettie Mae Bell, 2664W.
all efforts 45th Street.
make the All heads of all Districtsand
of the best, : :: j' s auxiliaries have been

ever held asked to meet Monday at Miss Joan Jenkins

Chairman -A 7 p.m. at the church to com-
announced 113JL plete plans for the coming WINNER OF HEALTHSCHOLARSHIP
will be sold t
event of the church's pro-

All chase banquet who tickets are __ gram.


It has also ;r NOTED SINGERTO Joan Jenkins, Starke,
by the I Florida, now' studying at
Court of BE HEARD Florida A & M University, is
be one of one of more than 400 winnersof

and during at the this WITH honored BRIDAL Miss Luvenia SHOWER Quarterman with SUNDAY NIGHTMadam supported new health by the scholarships March of

Cub Leaders Hayes, Saturday morning, December 19th. Dimes. 515 scholarships to
active in in keeping with the Christmas season. The Edna Gallmon deserving youth cooking

Scouting wedding bell from which two gold wedding Cooks of Washington, D.C. professional careers in
Scouts and will appear in a gospel con- nursing, occupational
ceive Guests included: Mrs. Dorothy Hayes Mrs. cert Sunday at 8:30 p.m. in therapy, physical therapy,
Den the auditorium of the Elks medical social wor. and
Miss Quarterman, bride-elect, Mrs. Rosanna
District will Annie Blount 712 W. Duval medicine will be offered
Jeannette Boggs, Mrs. Mrs. Building,
tesses for Kirby, Mrs. Sarah Jones, and not shown Street. annually from funds raisedin
they will Appearing along with the New March of Dimes,

to make the Henry Newman was solemnized Tuesday Madam Cooke will be the being conducted Jan. 231.
These funds The
enjoyable.Scout in the Philadelphia Baptist Church. Singing Sons, formerly of support
National Foundation whose
Alabama, and the Golden
the North e Jubilee Singers of Jacksonville. expanded program fights
three birth
major cripplers -
Region-He .
NOTE 1CBT BOKB8 defects arthritis and
polio.
lanta, and Those attending church
Scout services Sunday night will Give generously.

planning E. MORGAN WITH BATJjQTH have an opportunity to at-I
affair in SPECIAL tend. Join the March of Dimesher
announced. I I
:


J.P.the Other ; Ancient Matron NEGRO PLAYWRIGHT IS NAMED ONE OF

Morgan Court

man organization; will for the hold New its 'THE TEN YOUNG WOMEN OF THE YEAR'Mademoiselle's

chairman;
January
vancement at the Masonic
Bryant, ; fourth
Dr. Daniel ng
and safety \
of all the
; ;
Patterson, rlf ,w.
activities as this ,tI
deal with the !'

C.Bradford Parham, ; which is 6 "'fIr...-Ai(. f'
.
.4n
relations; Sponsors
district are especi-
to be in atten-

district missioner L.R. scout, Smith Ezell,

and 10A
All I1CI't
are compet-
else who '
Z g.C .
and
the your coo-
.
reminded to .
Saturday at
get the Boy

over a local :r'S d


.;
Moo ...3 8 i

yATTt
WILL 1959 Merit Award Winners, honored for signal achievement during the

look turned from into hat past year: (1) Teresa Berganza, opera t singer; (2) Lorraine HansKerry, playwright; (3)

trend according to Penny Pitou, skier; (4) Maya Plisetskaya, ballet dancer; (5) Elizabeth Roemer, astrono
flashes!
The Inez Gina Lollobri- mer; (6) Mona Roset, fashion designer; (7) Gael Greene, newspaperwoman; (8) Ingrid

Service Loren led the Thulin, actress; (9) Elizabeth Marshall Thomas, author (with one of her two children) ;
Methodist lasses
the Bennett recent shopping as they (10) Shirley O'Neil, special award winner "for heroism" (seen here with two of her

Greensboro, new 'round the charges at a Catholic Youth Organization summer school).
that have cap-
March 22. of fashion.
This will
Softly rolled NEW YORK, N. .-Nineteen-year In the line of duty she has posed as post as astronomer at the U.S.
appearance : : ;")J cloches were the old Shirley O'Neill, a San Fran a dance student, a fat lady benton Naval Observatory at Flagstaff
:
group of pet daytimechoice to tame cisco college girl is today the reducing a lonely girl livingat Arizona devotes herself to a pro
Jacksonville. the familiar "surprise" winner of a 1959 Merit the YWCA and a worried wife gram of observing faint comets.
appearance .'}trailing tresses Award from Mademoiselle maga trying to contact the dead through Last year she recovered two comets .
group of }of Brigitte Bardot.Deepcrown- zine. mediums, for a series that exposed making an extraordinary total
Jacksonville. For the seventeenth successiveyear dance and reducing rackets, lone.. of nine recovered on her own since
presentation ed andbigbrim- awards were presented to ten lyhearts and fortunetelling swin student days at the University of
all girls ,,.....:>,med, the cloche young women in their twenties and dles.: Her report last spring on California. Only two other astron.
is a style that early thirties "who have already negligence and malpractice in a omers in the world are able to join
direction of
lends serenity distinguished themselves in their city hospital written after work her in this work, which has received -
ford was an st and trim tail- fields and are expected to achieveeven ing there as a nurse's aid for two international recognition for
light of ,the leur to any cos greater honors," according to months, led to investigation and the information it brings to light
sessions of Bardot chose it Betsy Talbot Blackwell, Made- some reforms. on the origin and evolution of the
bly of the itself from through a red the as moiselle's editor-in-chief. LORRAINE HANSBERRY, play solar system
Christ: a white so very In making a special award to wright.Her background is straightout MONA ROSET, who was a 1948
Methodist the exception, Shirley O'Neill of any bright young life-a scholarship graduate of the Par
Louis. ?b. chose to tuck her Mrs. Blackwell cited her for her comfortable Chicago home two sons School of Design. Her first
collection favor- "heroism," while swimming last years at college and nine years job was as a sketcher and model
The Choir's derby family; a May, when she risked her life to dabbling in New York. The difference for the one-and-only Claire McCar-
pretation of and a 'very bring a friend to shore after a is her Broadway smash hit, dell whose personality and fash-
celebrated j both feature the shark's attack. As he lay dying A Raisin in the Sun which won ion philosophy affected her deeply.
ses to be a j face veils. Fol- despite her efforts, she performedthe the New York Drama Critics' Now, after years of experience as
Jacksonville with the new spiritual service of baptismand Circle. award for being last seaasods a designer assistant, she has put
: for emphasizing prayer. Subsequently, Shirleywas best American play. Cur. her own signature as a sportswear
glory of awarded the Carnegie Medal rently finishing a movie script of designer to unaffected clothes
Good also included costume an for heroism."Her courage and her Raisin her future plans includean marked by "little European
that included humility in accepting recognitionfor opera libretto a visit to West touches" and a sensitive originaluse
toques done her brave and willing act," Africa, completing a novel. of fabrics.
SiweUlUfB of color. Mrs. Blackwell said "constituteone PENNY PITOU who learned to ski ELIZABETH MARSHALL THOMAS
Quickly sibs. tor ratto.* lavish Ital- of those instinctive affirmations on her family's New Hampshire who was born in Boston, was at
mro and. *> it her toward an of life that exist on the level farm and at seventeen was a mem- Radcliffe studying anthropologywhen
can act I r. of hats that of the highest in art." ber of our 1956 Olympic team. her family began, to make
oa.mar yee.etpeto.dt rtt..or and dancing with The fields of the other Young After a year at college (on the expeditions to the Kalahari Desertof
of jewels all Women of the Year (who are featured dean's list), she took a "skiing South-West Africa in order to
of the,its crown of the in January Mademoiselle) sabbatical" in Europe to perfecther film the life of the Kung Bushmen.
I s,she confides veiling.,One is a are..highly various-one is'a star technique working her wayas (Their film. The Hunter, won the
gazer, another a movie star.So aretheirbackgronndsSwedenSpain a translator in an Austrian ski 1958 Robert M. Flaherty Award.)
factory. Winner of a number of She went along to help with the
a the Soviet Union, for example. international competitions she cameras and to study the lives of
Here are the other winners: came home last winter to preparefor these timorous, primitive people.
;.. TERESA BERCANZA who has been the 1960 Olympics, and is Her beautiful description of their
called "the most ,exciting new likely to do us proud at Squaw vanishing culture. The Harmless
singer in opera."The range of her Valley next month. People, was published last year
.. w" precise, flexible voice peculiarly MAYA PUSETSKAYA. of the Bol- and greeted as a "classic."
..... ;'?;'" wits her Rossini repertoire. Born shoi Theatre Ballet.To the rest of INCUD THULIN,Swedish actress,
Or. C. E. j in Madrid in 1934 she made her the world she was only a legend who like Garbo has in her the
debut there in 1955. Singing at a until last spring,when for the first makings of a myth. She has been
Gina LoDobri&id European festival soon afterward time she danced outside Rpsria, seen in this country in the nn-
3 ,...... she was heard by Lawrence Kelly, in America. What appeared wf s a earthly light of three Ingmar Berg-
who brought her to Dallas (which dancer of thrilling speed, spirit man films: FiLl Strawberries The
L rhymes with an earlier discoveryof and precision-a unique dazzle- Magician and Brink of Life (for
such as Brlgitte his) for an American debut in ment of fire and ice. A dancer all which she won a Cannes award).
Loren and Gina 1958. Since then she has made a her life, she is interested in many A graduate of the Royal Dramatic
,IM7 m.g. doesn't have to sensation at Gljmdebourne. re- I things including literature billiards Theatre she especially enjoys
that
,to"must"know in the corded for London and had a baby and chess which she plays doing modern French plays in
of fashion's GAEL GREENE,reporter and fea- against a world champion. repertory, but someday would like
J..tI&a ture writer for the New York Post. DR.ELIZABETH ROEMCB who,in to be a director.Poage.four .

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I I IF
AUGUSTINE- The first annual winter homecomingday '
celebration will be held at Florida Normal and Indust- By Delphenia Mainor Brinson

rial Memorial College Feb. 6, at which time 500 or more, F
ys The Holiday Season brought with it a series of memorable
members of the alumni and friends of the college are expected -

to attend and participate in the special activities occasiona. Fore most socially, was the annual Fla-Jar

designed to take place. 5 +' Dance at the Armory. Most of us are as eager to attend this

The- announcement- was affair, as the children are, to see what Saint Nick has
James Smith, 1343 ShepperdSt.
made by President R.W. brought. Persons enjoying themselves were: Mr. and Mrs."Shot" .
., N.W. Washington, D.C. 20
and L. :aw Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lawson, Mr. and
Puryear John Jacksonwho and Barbara Huggins Grant,
is the executive J. Mrs. Walter White, Mr. & Mrs. Louis "Tub" King, Mr. &
secre-and 928}$ Clay St., 19. Mrs. W.T. Harper, Mr. & Mrs. Eric Simpson, Mr. & Mrs.
of the Florda N.
tary W.
national.alumni.Tentative Leondry Taylor, 1324 Clarence Bostick, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thayer, Mr. and
I.M. College 16th 27 and Rosa L.
it i for this 'St., Mrs. Maurice Barnett, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roby, Mr. and
plans 3106 Wilson St. 21.
t first annual one day confabs Rutledge, Mrs. Charles Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Howard, Mr.

include and Charlie Corbitt, 1577 W. and Mrs. Charles Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Guinyard,
a registration
coffee hour which will beginat 24th St., 22 and Janie L. i1 III' Dr. and Mrs. James Henderson, H. Howrney and Mrs.

Daniels, 1488 W. 7th St., 22. Earnest Wyatt, Mrs. Josephine Clevand and Mrs. Clevel
9 a.m. in Colemanestfall -
Hall Wm J. Perry, 1421 N. Myrtle Cromartie, were but a fraction of the Jaxons enjoying them-
Dining supervisedby
Ave., 19 and Richerdean selves.
members of the St. '
Johns
Miller, 1090 Kings Road, 17.
of the Alumni
chapter
County
Richard L. Mitchell, Gen. Among the out-of-towners, were: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth

association from the executivesecretaryand ; special reports Del., Oceanway, Fla., 20 and 3f :1 Wheaton of New York City, Charlie Cox, FAMtL Band

committee Sadie M. Kitchen, 1418 Instructir, Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Webb,

special made Florida Ave., 17. ? ,' st Fernindina; Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Nelson, Tuincy; Dr. and
Mrs.
assignments by Willie R. Trotter, 847 Baker Mrs. Walter Bradley of Virginia Union University; Captain

Susie M.7hite, president of Ave., 20 and Lucille Brooks, :nLL r Russell E. White, enroute to Illinois, Captain Sammie
the alumni.
917 Canal St., 18. Curvie, Fort Bcnning Ga., Miss Doris Payne and Miss
the affair will
Highlighting James Ramsey, 808 W. Doris Nutt both from D.C. And it was so nice to see Mrs.

be luncheon citations session and awards when Adams St., 46 and Druesie [ Grace Gray Johnson, Mr former music teacher at FAMU.

special Dismukes, 1105 Hodge St., 39. Mrs. Johnson is studying towards the Doctorate Degree at
will be presented to mem-
Calvin D. Kinsey, 4014 Old Biston U. Guests departed thanking the Fla-Jaxes for the
bers of the association, who
have retired from their St. Augustine Road, 21 and' pleasurable hours spent. Charles Simmons, Jr., is Club
pro- Carrie Bryant, 616 S.E. 13thSt. president.
fessional and :
positions, -1" :
., Gainesville, Fla., 19. S.
'those who have served more
than 10 in the area of Julian Smith, 2676 WisteriaSt. Returning, some reluctantly, to college were, to FAMU

physical years education.The ., 18 and Diane Ray, 1624 Annette Taylor and John Howard, Jr., children of Mr. and

final phase of the Payne St., 17. Mrs. John Howard Sr., A.B. Brown, Son of Mr. and Mrs.

celebration will take place Hampton L. Johnson, 1205 A.B. Brown, St., Raleigh Washington, son of Mrs. TommieL
Franklin St., 22 and Mary L. Hawkins; Annette Madison, daughter of ftof. and Mrs.
the basketball
prior to game Robinson, 330 W. 1st St., 17. A Roosevelt Madison; and Harriet Witsell, daughter of Mr.

between Florida Normal"lions" Walter Whetstone, 1124 and Mrs. E.A. Witsell; to Allen U, Miss Vivian Taylor,

and the Fort Valley" Pippen St., 22 and Dorothy daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Taylor; to Tuskegee, Miss

State College "Wildcats. Thomas, Rt. 9, Box 414-B, 17. Tammer Britton, daughter of Mrs. Tammer Britton; to Fisk,
winners of letters
Former at Wm. Moore, 7207 Mark St., Zeta Gipson, daughter of Bishop Sadie Gipson; to Tenn-
Florida N. and -r
I.M.
Collegewill 20 and Louise Kierce, 7234 T c essee State, Julie Williams, daughter of Mrs. T.S. Williams;
be honored the
during Mark St., 19. to Morris Brown, Ulysees Baety, Sr., Son of Mr- and Mrs.

pre-game and half time Willie D. Bartley, 5746 U. Baety, Sr. and to Howard U- Richard Roby. Jr. son of

activities. This special I Harris St., 20 and Barbara N. .+ Mr and Mrs. Richard Roby.We .

program will be supervised Cross 151 Ardella St. 19. wish for all of you ambitious young people a most
by C.R. Cox, athletic dir- PARTY GROUP- Members of the Gate City's smart set who participated in the New successful
Willie E. Kirkland 4648 year.
ector and J.P. Jones, chair- Moncrief Rd. 20 and Lena, M. Year's party given by the Las Chiquitas Club in the home of Miss Gene Hopkins at S.

man of the athletic com- Smith 4629 Moncrief, Village 754 West Duval Street are seen here. In the top photo are Las Chiquitas, sitting from Rev. and Mr s. G.W. Washington, of Tallahassee visited
mittee. left Mrs. Morris Miss Metro Lewis Miss Gail and Miss Ethel
Wynetta Jefferson their children during the holidays. They are the parents of

All former students and 20.Noah H. Newman, 1869 W. Hampton. Standing are Misses Padrica Mendez, Sylvia Momon, Gene Hopkins and Joyce Mrs. Veatrice Williams, and Geo. Washington.: Returning

graduates of Florida Normal 45th St. 25 and Luvenia Shipp. recently to Washington D.C. were Miss Doris Payne, Mrs
and Industrial Memorial Guests at the party, in the bottom photo, sitting, from left are Emmanuel Eaves, Mrs. Bettye Payne Bowers, Miss Doris Nutt and Mar shall

College interested in more Quarterman, 1772 W. 44th St., Narion Floyd, Miss Nada Henderson, Miss Elsie Moseley and Nathaniel Thomas. Smith, While in the city visiting relatives and friends,

information concerning the I 25. Standing, in the same order are Jacob Maxwell, Lynwood Morris, W.C. Huggins, L.C. I they were extended many courtesies by Mrs. Violetta B.

forthcoming affair should Curtis Dowdell, 1513 SwanSt. Momon and Henry Covington. Jenkins, ( mother of Bettye and Doris P.) Mrs.1 Vivian

contact the office of the ., 22 and Arsenia Reddick, King, f MT and Mrs. Mint Jones, and Mrs. Annie C. Mainor.
Executive-Secretary, Na- 84 Ives St., 22. I .

tional Alumni Associationat Earl E. Davis, Sr., 972 W. BirthsBirths ABOUT PEOPLEThe Carter, of 1934 Louisiana formerly Captain Russell E. White is in the city visiting his
Holmes
Street. Mrs.
-
Florida Normal and Industrial Ashley St., 30 and Gloria member of Bethel parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey White, and other relativesand
a
Memorial College, Phelps, 649 Jessie St., 23. Bap- friends. "
Candle
Light Saving tist Institutional Church and
.
Oscar Brown, 1086 W. 23rd At Brewster HospitalMr.
Club entertained with
an served as president of the
St., 59 and Mary Smith, 1086 enjoyable Christmas Congrats to Dr. and Mrs. Banks of Gainesville, they are
party at Galeda Bible Class, is now a.
Wedding BellsAPPLICA 23rd
Geo. Patterson, 6657 Wilson & Mrs. Dan Youngblood, Rudolph Johnson, 1384 Church. She also holds the formek LaKay ( Miss FAMU 19 5 &59)) Beasley of
nON FOR Blvd. 30 and Willie E. Till- 721 East Fourth St.Girl.Mr. membership Tallahassee.
Bridier St. Dec. 28. Attend-
MARRIAGE LICENSES man, 6655 Wilson Blvd. 38. & Mrs. Henry Simmons, the affair, and in the Order of Elks .
Mr.
ing were
and
the Eastern Star of
New
Cohen Herndon, Jr., 1474 Alvin G. Formey, 309 ParkerSt. 3117 Stuart StreetGirl.Mr. Mrs. Thomas Davis, Mrs. York. While in the city she Mr. and Mrs. Billy Rolle of Miami, were the guests of

Windle St. '29 and Irene Free- ., 18 and Nora L. Surrency, & Mrs. Cornelius Smith, Lucille Ezell, McClendon was greeted by her Mrs. Rolle s mother, Mrs. Mary Mitchell of Durkee Drive.

man, 626 E. Union St. 21. Rt. 2, Box 151, 16. 1841 Arletha RoadGirl.Mr. Jackson, Mrs. Renelda friends who helped to many make Billy is a popular Miami Musician and School Band Master,

Julius H. Eldell, 5954 Mon- Russell L. Hart, 5764 OpreyRd. & Mrs. Bobby Hall, 1954W. Jenkins, Ernest Johnson, her in the wife, Frankie, is a High School Counselor.
city an en-
crief Rd., 37 and Evelyn ., 23 and Myrtice J. West/ 13th StreetBoy.Mr. Joseph Johnson, Mrs. Julia joyable stay Coach Robert Mungen of Knoxville College visited his

Shipp, 1042 W. Monroe St., 33. : berry, 1231 E. 1st St., 22. & Mrs. Danny Demery, Latson, Mrs. Ernestine Mrs. one. B. Williamsleft mother, Mrs. Flora Mungen of 12 th and Blue Streets dur-
Maxwell 423 Andrew Tyner, 1977 W. 5th < 1626 West Fourth Queen the
Henry Cope- St.Boy.Mr. Miledge, Henry Powell, Rev. the city to spend the ing holidays.
land St., 64 and Elizabeth St., 21 and Clara L. Harrell, & Mrs. Willie Mitchell, Joseph Ray, Levi Samuel, holidays with her mother, .

Williams, 423 Copeland St., 1710 E. 21st St., 20. 5748 Abelia RoadGirl.Mr. Wille/ Tillman, Willie Mrs. Nannei Wooten of EDITOR'S NOTE: This column puts forth every effort to

42.Willie Albert Jones, 368 EllsworthSt. & Mrs. Dan Mitchell, Rogers, and William Warren. Marianna. She was joined by supply accounts of the social events and the activities of

J. Sowell, 1519 SwanSt. ., Daytona Beach, Fla., 33 2012 Baldwin St.Boy.Mr. Officers are: President, her brother N. Wootenof Florida's socialites, but since our columnists cannot be
Joe
., 21 and Mary L. Williams. and Henriette Dawson, 816 & Mrs. Lucious Lewis, Mrs. Viola F. Johnson, vice Miami and her sister Miss everywhere at all times nor always informed of events it

1415 Frances St., 17. Palmetto St., 24. 1211 W. 31st St.-Girl president, Mrs. Madeline Gertrude Wooten of Indianapolis would enable us to do a better job if our readers will dropus

Horace M. Frazier, 1125 Mr. & Mrs. Ray Jacobs, 827 Judge, financial secretary, Ind. for I a note informing us af their bridge parties and other
a family re-
!
Grant St., 21 and Bernice Dewitt StreetGirl.Mr. Mrs. C. Jones; recording union. I I social events they are planning to have held.

Johnson, 1125 Grant St., 19. FIGHT BOMBS & Mrs. Amos Dillard, secretary, Mrs. Juanita let us know when you have visiting guests, planning to

Roosevelt Williams, Jr., 1450 Francis StreetGirl.Mr. Judge; threasurers, Rudolph Christopher Revels of New take a trip or returned from a trip. In order to get the

4116 McMillen Ave., 19 and WITH BALLOTSGRAYHAlRStieedwonyyoi & Mrs. Cornelius Jackson Johnson, Mrs. Mattie Jacksonand York City flew here to spendthe FLORIDA STAR out earlier each week, we have movedup

Annie L. DeVaughn, 704 Wil- 1124 McConihe St.Boy.Mr. Mrs. F. Council. holidays with his brother- our deadlines. Therefore, items intended for this
St. 17. & Mrs. Howard Robinson column should reach the Florida Star office not later than
cox The members of the Beau in-law and sister, Mr. and
1926 Decott StreetBoy.Mr. Bridge Club met recently in Mrs. Shepherd Stanley of Sunday 4 p.m. for the following week's issue. Address all

& Mrs. Henry Woody social items to: Socially Speaking..FLORIDA STAR, P.O.
i the home of Mrs. DorothyM. 1340 W. 14th Street. Duringhis I
wore 2048 Baldwin Box 561Jacksonville. You may deliver notices to the
St.Boy.Mr. Williams, 1573 W. 25thSt. stay they motored to 1|
Moncrief Rd of 13th.
office
Florida Star at 2323 corner
Wm.A Irsndt's EAU DENNA & Mrs. Horace Wright, ., to wrap figts and distribute Thomasville, Ga., to visit :
LIQUID. 1660 Dot St.Boy.Mr. their father and mother the !
food baskets the ,
9 to *
HAIR COLORER & Mrs. Gus White 2406 For Breakfast Lucia Alter the Merle Snacks
club's "family of the Rev. and Mrs. E.R. Revels. :
%p.arM Wr h II to 90 ...... ** year.
rcr w '
... ... .... a, Westmont StreetBoy.Mr. entertained
U k v WM .r-y. It bON It was decided that the family was by many
rya d. eppli tiM with a ...* Wvth M & Mrs. Willie Small Fried 7hVVaiP
..... d.w h. N. p.ck.'N. w.uANYONE selected for 1959 would con- friends. He returned to New : i %
CAN PUT IT ON AT HOAR .1026 Albert Street-Boy. tinue to receive aid from the York after the holidays. *
YOU SAVE TIME AND MONEY N. ...wSI ...- Oytiers Cod
p. Mir Ms Me. t..... k nil Mr. & ,Mrs. Zebedie Shoe- club for the next The i
....Iretrew YMr e....... ____.... .-...... make 1721 Illinois year. ShrImpHam
ant ...... ... if pe.pdy .pEid. St.-Boy. club members sang Carols as Mrs. Rosa Lee Johnson, Bacon S&BM0i
WILL NOT TURN HAH REDDISH Mrr'& Mrs. Clarence Milton, the Matron of the J.C. Phillip
they presented gifts. *
h wiU ,1M". It ...... ..attMf. Egg Hot Cam:
SM--ni."... ... totfcUf.ttor..... fcvriM ............ 1071 Lewis CourtBoy.Mr. Members are Miss Mary A. Court, Heroines of Jericho, I Coff. MB

it .... Y*.*CM w straithtMtwc.... MV ,..y....M. Mtfctef.......Is hn.ddb..e w & Mrs. James Jones, Guyton, Mrs. Dorothy M. was feted with a surprise ; I iI F ach Pre Potatoca

AU eel., tf.*y.w...MM.- .C MAC *IS IIACX. 99 May Street-Boy. Williams, Miss Ida L. Logan, birthday party by members (

WONDERFUL FOR TOOOCNO UP Mr. & Mrs. Willie Dukes, Miss Clarkie Boatwright, during the holidays. The ROOSEVELT GRILL
Y..c....It..j.ct............ c......d........,...vL.n 2327 Southern t.i
Avenue,-Boy. Miss Miss A -
P.wdw.d.....................WMNII'sss..Ew D............... Dorothy M. Jones, spacious home of Mr. and Ieyudft ;
DOES NOT INTERFERE WITH PERMANENT WAVING Mr. & Mrs. Rocky Drazle, Ann McClain, Miss DorothyP. Mrs. Ernest Young, of 2532 I
feU,,__dieM....cli!..-U t.,IMi......, CAUTION..*!!..w d.r.ct.,4 Box 210, Ft George Rd., Jax, King, Miss Virginia |I FINAL, DAYS!
.. IalNL- CUn: Stock; O.rk tires.; **iim ...* U.M k* *: Drakf i Davis Street, was beautifully
.......: Avtwnt. Pric pa .._ UO (f* N4... To}. Crt tit.. *4 ... ... -Girl. Harper and Miss Elizabeth G. I decorated for the occasion.Mrs. .
... ..r. Lr ,.... t......, Y.. M s r ..* M Nit 5i&, S.r'.L&
Hunter. Johnson was showered UTSEY'S SEMI-ANNUAL
Mr. & Mrs. Tommie __ .
DIXIE PHARMACY Lee The Wisteria Saving Clubof with birthday gifts and an
Brooks, 965 Washington St., its annual
Chaseville held
Road and joyable was served.
King MyrtI repast
-Boy. Christmas dinner at the Miss Gerlieve G. Robinson, \

Mr. &, Mrs. Herman Sapp, home of Mrs. Amanda daughter of Mr. andMrs. WillieG.

You Don't Hare to Go to Tows' to Get 1470 W. 16th Street.Boy.Mr. Williams. The traditional Robinson of 1342 West
& Mrs. Granville Cal- Christmas dinner was served the exmas
Street
31st. spent
houn, 805 Court GBoy.Mr. and gifts were exchap d.Guests" holidays with her parents and

LOW PRICES & Mrs. Leroy Burroughs, were Arabell Duhart, friends. She is a senior at ;

5522 Paris AvenueBoy.Mr. Anderson, Rutha Lee Brown, Tuskegee Institute and has .

& Mrs. Docjc Thomas, Mildred Brown, Frances maintained high scholastic i
a
0. 'Year 1061 W. 12th .
St.Roy.Mr. Brooks, Isabell Brown, Average during her four yearsin
& Mrs. Clarence Par- Alfreda Brown and Johnnie
I
sons, 3917 Dent St.Boy.Mr. Williams. College.

DRUG NEmS & Mrs. Robert Cummings I Mrs. A.C. Holmes, of New 150 PAIRS ( Life Stride) $99

6111 Flickers ,t ve.-, i York City spent the holidayswith Miss Robinson is one of LADIES SHOES (Val $15.99))

Tradk Wkk Yew N.rc.i.lt Stan Girl. her sister, Mrs. M.L. the twenty-nine Tuskegee

WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISED I named Institute in "Who's Seniors Who who Among were 250 Pairs (Buster Brown) $499

IN' YOUR LOCAL PAPERS T* "% s Students in American Universities Children's.Shoes (Val. to. Vo$8.99;

and in
f* mat w. Alw X1. All rltlE+d h.r $ College an
announcement made recentlyby 325 Pairs (Glamor Debs)
'
? J:,. ? : Enroll. Now IB Tk_ :. Julius J. Flood, Dean of Girls Shoes (Val. to 9.99) ..$499

Dixie Pharmac Florida Barber Cfrftoy '.? men at Tuskegee.

Branch G. I. A T
The Boylan-Haven graduate
1302 KINGS ROAD>MYRTLE AVE.
who is now a memberofthe
PHONES EL 3-5597-98: 1Ltey4S
Woodrow Patterson manager ProL J.... a-. Delta Sigma Theta

PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELL 638 Davi Sir..t At B_Ttt Sorority was highly entertained -
l by local friends and
Plume EL 5-8674
PHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE !I relatives. 216 W. ADAMS CPEN FRIDAY NITES TIL 9


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hHE' : WORLD OF SPORTS IN :1959 =SPORTING C PARHAM JOHNSON IT OfBY '




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,JANUARYRoy Camp duct unbecoming a baseball JUNE-WILLIE (GallopingGal ..r' s THE NEW YORK GIANTS stepped back into the southern

anella, the one time iron man player in the Winter League. ) Galimore signed his r' ( .t states and drafted James Varnado, the big 242-pound

Catcher for the Brooklyn Kirkland and Wagner were 1959 contract with the / L ,; rambling fullback from Southern University. Varnado closed

Dodgers became a special I fined $250 apiece and barred Chicago Bears pro football If his collegiate sports activities in the game against Prairie

;coach for the Doder rookies from winter baseball for a year team. Carl Erskine retires View State as the Jaguar Cats won 206. The big plunging

who would be in training with I by Baseball Commissioner from'baseball to go into the fullback closed out a four-year college career.

the Los Angeles Dodgers when I Ford Frick. Kirkland and TV show business. Erskinewas ....: ,tJt DANNY McDEVITT and

',the team opened spring train left the league without per- the one time great ..a Johnny Podres, both pitcherswith a member of the A11-Big Eight

ing camp. Bu?zy Bavasie, mission. Cepeda was fined ,pitcher for the Brooklyn ;.'.;.. .,:,.:u the Los Angeles Dod- football team.
Dodger vice president and I$250 for throwing a ball into Dodgers before the team before i"' gers say Willie Mays, the power of strength as.a fullback -

general manager announcedthat crowd after they had thrown the team became the v- f r r hard slugging outfielder of for the Sooners since

Campy would be an assis- I fruit. Bottles and beer cans at I Los Angeles Dodgers. '. the San Francisco Giants is he first joined the team.
,
'rant supervisor of scoutingin him. Althea Gibson, the inter- the toughest batter in the OLLIE MATSON* the great

the East. He would xarryon MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- national tennis champion National League for pitchersto football star of the Los

[ his official duties from a BALL TEAMS open spring spiked rumors concerningher ;; 'S face. Angeles Rams and who was

heel chair.OSCAR training camps. Many hopeful pro debut. rC1 TEN NEGRO STARS were once tabbed the greatest

ROBERTSON, the rookies are found among the Three of the greatest named to the annual Pro football player in the game .

ost publicized athlete to regulars and they will be athletes in American collegiate Bowl. The East team had by many experts of the game
>me out of Indiana and anllAmerica"n battling for positions. history wind up their .. has been
given high
: Jim Brown at fullback, John a posi-
basketball college careers. They were *:
MARCHAlthea Gibson, Nisby at guard and Roosevelt tion with the local Safety.
at the University of and Britishwomen's Margaret Matthews, Lucinda
ayer United States and
Savings Loan
Companyin
Williams and : Grier at tackle. The West had
Isabelle
Cincinnati, received a 'threat- tennis toured South San
Francisco.
tning note from a Georgia Ku America, visiting Barran" Daniels. They were knownas J.D. Smith and Lenny Moorein
ALL-AMERICAN
fclux the Tigerbelles of Tenn- the backfield, Jim Parkerat BILL
.
Klansman during his quilla, Colombia; Guatemala BURRELL of the
captain
[ppearance in the Dixie City; Bogota, Colombia; Lima, essee State University. : tackle on offense, on University of Illinois footballteam
defense had Abe
"lassie Louisiana Jim Crow Law on they
at Raleigh N.C. Peru; Santiago, Chile; Caracas was named the most
obertson did sports ruled unconstitutionalby Woodson, Emlen Tunnell,
not appear too and Port au Prince/ Haiti. : valuable player for 1959.
isturbed the threat he Supreme Court. Allen Big Daddy Lipscomb and
over ,
THE NEW STANTON Blue i:.
Called "The heart of the
ontinued to be one of the Devils Basketball team wins University confers degree Lamar lundy. "
Illinois defense. Burrell
ost brilliant performers in basketball championship. The upon Branch Rickey. Inge- Floyd Patterson, who was
[he tournament. team posted a o-O county anda mar Johansson wins heavy- defeated for the heavyweight will also receive the ChicagoTribune's

THE ONE HUNDRED PER 12-2 all games record with weight boxing title from title by Ingemar Johanssonhas silver football,
the annual award to the most
:ENT WRONG CLUB of one of the of- Floyd Patterson. Captain been offered 50,000 to
strongest
[Atlanta presented awards to fensive and defensive teams Edmond (Bo) Peters of the fight Lee Williams. The offer valuable player in the Big

[outstanding athletes at the in the state already scheduled I Ft. Valley State College was made by Sam Silverman, Ten.To
the of all
I Wildcats signs Chicago of the players
Annual Awards Dinner and in Canada. Robin Roberts promoter Sugar Ray
,
Robinson-Paul Pender bout sports, coaches, managers,
All-Sports
Jamboree. Among Phillies righthanded pitcherand JULY-Baseball players cast
officials and fans
those receiving awards were player representative I votes for All-Star teams. scheduled for January. owners, ,

Truman Gibson, exchampionJoe suggests two yearly All-Star. Hank Aaron drivers toward EDDIE MATTHEWS.third may 1960 be your best and

Louis, Archie Moore, games to the 16 major league: the 3,000 hit mark to be- baseman of the Milwaukee most prosperous year and

Howard Wheeler, Alfred club owners. I IHAROIFight come the 9th player to reachit. Dodgers beat out Hank Aaron may whatever dreams you
'Tup" Holmes, The Prairie Big Don Newcombescores I for the most valuable player had in 1959 will become a

View State Panthers, Coach fans, sports as .a talent scout. award despite the fact that reality in the new year.
GAITHER SCORES AGAINShown here is of thenation's
pilly Nicks or Prairie View, writers, and boxing big National Boxing Association one Hank Aaron is the National SMOOTH SAILING TIL
and known wherever football is
strategists
Leroy Hardee of Florida A & wigs attempt to talk upona takes. New York Giants sell top League's 1959 batting WE MEET AGAIN.TENNIS .
Alonzo S. Gaither head football
played as "Jake" ,
''M Rattlers. Sugar Ray Robinson Emlen Tunnell to the Green champion. The poll was
: coach of the Florida A & M University Rattlers. The
f WILDER BOXERS prepare Archie Moore bout. Pre- "Bay Packers. taken by the Milwaukee chapter -
for the Golden Gloves tournament dictions were that the bout Floyd Patterson looks to Rattlers rolled again through the SIAC without any troublein of the baseball Writers of QUEEN
1959 and then rolled over Prairie View State in the
under the watchful eye of was labeled a million meeting Johansson again and America. The Manning
Orange Blossom Classic Dec. 5 1 959 another
to gain
(poach Julius Guinyard. The dollar possibility. Roy winning back the heavy- national Since head coach .Vaughn award will be pre- EXPRESSES HERDISAPPROVAL
championship. becoming on
tournament is sponsored by the Campanella. begins his weight crown. Ernie Banks, up sented Matthews at the
the hill in 1945 he has championship after champion-
duties won
Jacksonville Recreation De- coaching with the the Chicago Cubs great Milwaukee writer's annual
Los the ship. Gaither has been so thorough in the training of
partment. Each Angeles Dodgers at .
year the I shortstop and Mrs. MollyeL. diamond dinner, Jan. 24.
players and so highly recognized by leading coaches that
Vero Beach training
Wilder Boxers have given camp. Banks are divorced. CHAMPION
LIGHTWEIGHT NORFOLK VaWorld
,
Gate Golf he was named to the important Rules Committee of the
Tourna-
good account of themselves. City Open All-Star game number one American Football JOE BROWN has been offer- famous tennis star Althea
is Coaches Association in 1957 and againin
ment played at Brent- .is
HANK AARON, the hard played. 1959. ed $100,000 to defend his Gibson, currently touring with
hitting outfielder of the wood. Florida A & M Univer- AUGUST-Chicago Bears and title against Raymundo the Harlem Globetrotters,
-- --- --- -
f Milwaukee Braves asks the sity cundermen begin heavy Washington Redskins playin (Battling) Torres, of Rey- "blew her top" over segregated -
1 club for increase schedule in the Pelicans Gator Boel in Jacksonville. U's New Mexico in Feb-
an in salary. NEGRO STARSIN CINCINATTI noso, seating arrangements at a
Relays at Southern Univer- Branch Rickey is
Hank was the most valuable ruary. Torres is one of the professional match in which

player in the National Leaguein sity, Baton Tough, La. named president of the CAGERS LOOK up and coming young fightershas she participated.
BOWL GAMESMany
1957. Hank thought he was Baltimore, Maryland makes third major league. Tom worked his way to the Noticing Negroes and

more valuable to the club than bid for the Floyd Patterson- Yawkey, owner of the Bos- Year'sbowl top among logical contendersfor Whites were segregated Miss'
the $35,000 salary he was Ingemar Johnsson heavy- ton Red Sox issued a special of the New ALL-TIME BESTNEW the lightweight title. Gibson snapped, "What is
with
order that he wanted r> games were played "
getting. weight bout by placing a ump- ORESTES (Minnie) MINOSO this?
FEBRUARYWillie $500,000 cash guarantee by sie Green to be Boston'ssecond tan 'stars on the teams around for the "I don't like it," the
I Mays, YORKCincinnati returns to Chicago
,. baseman. Major and the nation and that takes in
the sensational outfielder of the city. 1959-60 basket- 1960 baseball season. He tennis queen who appeared to
minor hot the Rose Bowl, granddaddyof University's
league fightsas
Oille sold
Matson
the San Francisco Giants was was by wage ball led everybody'sAllAmerican was formerly with the White play a match with Karol
the draws them all with seven part- team, by
the Cardinals
season near
given a substantial raise in Chicago pro Oscar Robertsonhas Sox before being traded to Fageros of Miami, stated,
his football team to the Los to the finish m k.SEPTEMBERSLAC. icipating.The "I didn't know this sort of
salary over $75,000 which'he Washington Huskieshad the possibilities of be- Cleveland. Manager AI
now receives. The raise Angel : Rams. Valmy holds of the Losez of the White Sox thing still existed."
four including two start- coming one greatest
placed his salary at $80,000 Thomas, catcher and Ruben meet in Atlanta. Bill Rigneyruns former college basketball teams of appeared well pleased over Miss Gibson did not know
George Fleming,
The raise Gomez, pitcher were sold to into trouble ers Virginia has law which
per year. was an- attemptingto the deal that brought him a
all time."It's
nounced to by teleph'onefrom the Philadelphia Philliesby play Willie and East Los Angeles JC Star and
Mays McCovey ex-Bakerfield the best college teamI back to the Sox. Lopez said prohibits integrated seatingat
the San Francisco Giants. Ray Jackson,
Horace Stoneham, presi- Orlando Cepeda in the same he would shift Al Smith to public events. The jaw
dent of the Giants. The raise APRIL-Johnny Saxton, lineup. Indianapolis Clowns JC whiz. Both players are ever", said Jack Ramseywho /
right field and Minoso in is being challenged in a
put
who held the welterweight backs. saw his St. Joseph'sHawks
was a history making event play in Myrtle Ave. Baseball left field. U.S. District Court suit.
boxing championship at- The other Negroes on the crushed by the Bear-
be ause it was the first time a RON
former Washington team are Fullback cats 123-79. ALL-AMERICAN
tempts suicide. Light park. Jimmy carter,
ball
Nero player
ever received -
heavyweight Champion lightweight boxing champion Joe Jones, and Halfback "From the reportx I get and BURTON of Northwestern
$80,000 a
year. reinstated in California. what I have seen, this be University is the No. 1 draft
Archie Moore makes Carver Gayton.Wisconsin's may
ELGIN BAYLOR of the ap- Clown SpecialSee
choice of the
Paul Pender the finest that Philadelphia
Minneapolis Lakers plication for fight pro- opens training lone repre- college team
basketball team pulled a pro sit motor's license in Cali- quarters to prepare for title sentative was Lowell R. ever played," said Joe Eagles of the National Foot-

down strike in protest of be- fornia. A benefit basketball bout with Sugar Ray Robinson. Jenkins, a starting tackle. Lapchick, of St. John's. ball LEAGUE. So impressedwas what the CLOWNis

ing segregated against when game for Maurice Stokes, Football season opens Jenkins is a senior. Paced by the great tan star Bud Wilkerson, coach of doing early...For

his team was scheduled for the stricken Cincinnati among college and high Other bowl games were also Oscar Robertson, who is the University of Oklahoma $3.00 you can geta
netted school teams. Bill Russell, with The better than 40 Sooners that he said. "Bur
appearance in Charleston, W. Royals star $6,189. played Negro stars. averaging \ special issue show-
Va. When the hotel that housedthe The Jacksonville ,Braves one of the greatest basket- Sun Bowl game played in El points per game, Cincinnatihas ton is one of the finest" ing the CLOWN start-

Lakers team refused to Baseball Club opened the ball players of all times. Los Paso, Texas, Dec. 31 had scored close to lOCi runners I have ever seen. ing Dec. 5th. Send

admit Baylor, the entire team 1958 season with the Angles Dodgers purchase Abndr Haynes, one of the most points in their first five Burton played halfback. $3.00 to; Special

walked out and went to another Savannah, Ga., Redlegs. Sandy Amoros. from montreal highly touted backs in the games. PRENTICE GAUTT, the Issue, P.O. Box 561

hotel where the team stayed Lorenzo (Piper) Davis Royals. Los Angeles Dodgers South will be leading North They beat Indiana State, first Negro to play varsity Jacksonville 1, Fla.VODICA .
together. named as pilot of the Bir- clinches National Texas State against Don 107-62; ripped Marshall, 102- football at the University of

ORLANDO CEPENDA, Willie mingham Black Barons. The League flag in a sensational Perkins of New Mexico State. 61, Miami of Ohio, 89-58; St. Oklahoma,was selected for

Kirkland and Leon Wagner of Jacksonville Braves pointsat finish. The Chicago White Cotton Bowl-Mighty backs Joseph's 123-79 and trounced the second straight year as I

the San Francisco Giants were attendance trophy. Major Sox clinches American Ernie Davis and Art Baker Louisville 97-74.

fined a total of $750 for con- League baseball season League flag.OCTOBER'Florida. were springing in the back-
A & M
Rattlers and Bethune- field e for Syracuse against Watch This Clown
; Cookman Wildcats meet in Texas in Dallas Jan. 1.


THE( SEAFOOD( CNTRCORNER ( ( Gator annual Bowl.Florida Los Classic Angeles in Francisco's East-Wcst-Out Kezar in Stadium San 6-55-29

Dodgers defeat Chicago Jan. 2, six tan tars were in 257 60 981 .

White Sox in World Series the parade o performers. II

MYRTLE AVE. AND SHAD ROE''' play. Florida Classic com- They were All-American Ron 3 6

mittee cited for service. Burton (Northwestern), Bob 9 4

Oliver Joyce, local footballstar Jeter (Iowa); Dick Brooks 3 4 .

LARGE MULLET Lb. 29c died of injuries receivedin (Perdue) and Blanche Martin :; ,

MEDIUM FLOUNDERWHITING Lb. 29c practice at Florida A & M. (Michigan State) for the East. 1 17-86-83.
'Ex-boxer sues Sugar Ray The West had Dick Bass

Robinson. Rrcords broken (College of Pacific) and Sometimes he's in

Lb. 29c and tied in 1959 World Series.NOVEMBERMatthew Prentice Gautt (Oklahoma). Sometimes he's down f

MEDIUM MULLET : 20c W. On Dec. 26, Southern Cali- He 'adds., subtractsHe ,! I
ik. Gilbert's "Fighting Pan fornia's Willie Wood, the works it all around i

thers" defeated in East-West first Negro to captain a Trojan

SHEEPNOSE u.32c Classic by New Stanton football team wound up his .COMING- ATTRACTIONS
High's Blue Devils. Tan collegiate play in the Copper v ,

SPANISH MACKEREL u.35c stars play a major part in Bowl at Tempe, Arizona. 13925416YaoarucIIAPIis )
professional football

Prairie View State Panthers
ROE SHAD u.39cu.59c selected to play 'Florida FOR The

A Jte 1.1 Rattlers in Orange --


WHOLE RED SNAPPER Blossom Patterson, Classic.former heavy-Floyd EVERY OCCASION { Friendly

65c weight boxing champion
SNAPPER FILLETS u. schedules several exhibition f Expert Photography Blender

matches in Eastern Canada. ; ..: Porlraiii -- Weddings Basquel

LARGE BASSSPECKLED t.. 32-c Collegiate and high school .Passports & Identification Photo

TROUT 49c football makes its exit for z Photostats & Commercial Work
..b. Photos For Cuts
regular 1959 play. ; Newspaper .
1 DECEMBER-Paririe View While You Walt l + T -" ',
BIG JIM CRABS $1.00 e.... Panthers defeated by FloridaA "if<<: i: Coloring & Picture Framing "'he

(U w.,....,... lICk *f s.'M4 Cell..,) & M Rattlers in Orange ';:' Let Uf Take A Photo Of You

Blossom Classic.. Basketballseason ': ,..:t: ,

opens. Florida A & \. j. In Natural Color .'.. ,-"", '

i M, Rattlers named mythical J. .' .
"
/thjki champians. Roy Campanella AVERYAVERY'S PHOTO STUDIO
honored at Orange Blossom

Classic. Many trades per- 611 West Ashley Clara WhIt. Misloa Bid*

MyrtleAye. ond A orhs Phone EL 4-1468 fected in major league base- DufiJM'fro*,Orah. M .ri 100 N..LB.e.dysagaC.Ia.H.a1.
Phone EL
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Page Six THE FLORIDA STAR Friday, January 9, 1960
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CLASSIFIEDHAIRCUTS BANDIT HOLDS UF manager stand told of- the investigating bar-be-cue- r I

officers that a man came in

DIXIE BARBECUE and called for a sandwich. x

When she prepared it and r/e2 ,
923 : OOAfitidI *
Dixie Barbecue,
turned to face! the man he was
For your next haircut visit Jefferson St., of which *
that look;
holding a large
the Artistic Barber Shop, 619W. Andrew Jackson is the owner gun
3It
Ashley. Phone EL 4-9231 was held up and robbed ed like a .45 Cat. automatic.Mrs. BY BUCK ROGERS *_
the
Starling quoted .
G.C. McCurdy, Prop., between 12:55 and 1 a.m. : *
man. as saying: "Give me ..
Charles Simmons tl
Mgr. .
last Tuesday.Mrs. ,.
r ;
the this is
money, a holdup, *
Lula Veenie Starling,
and -she did as ordered. The
of 1214 Florida Ave., night *
HOUSE FOR RENT loss was reported to, be 118. How would you like to takea From India we'll make a long
located She described the. man to trip with me? hop to Africa and If you're *
Conviently at 3222 Fve been watching the wild game we'll explore the UX>ark'Continent"
HELP WANTED be between 25 and
30yearsold
Gilmore Street near School geese overhead and the turn- thoroughly. Here,.1* '----
and shopping center. 'Four Secretarial 5 feet, 6 inches and ing of the leaves from golden we'll wade the trout streams of I 1
rooms with hot, and cold Typist, Good At English. weight about 150]>Ounds. tones to dead brown. Kenya fish for tarpon in Gabon,, *

water for $50.00 per month. Good Starting Salary.Ph Patrolmen A.R. James r French tiger fish Africa throughout and fish this ex-for.*

Call EV 9-0394. EL 46782. and F. Mack investigated. 11I citing continent. Like the mah

._--_. seer of India, the African tiger*
fish is considered one of the :
..
2 SMASH HITS! fi I really great game fish of the'' MJa
APT. FOR STRAND world. If I'm '!
RENTSix Sunday Jan. 10th Thru Sat. Jan. 16th 0a lucky enough to
room house, upstairs.Hot land one, Til report the blow-

& Cold water, 3 bed- They Used A Weapon No SOPHIA LOREN AND TAB column.by-blow encounter in a future

rooms 724 DeWitt. St. Phone I HUNTER STAR IN "THAT : South America is the next :

EL43720. Badman Could..SEX! KIND OF WOMAN" START- stop but time will only permita .
I visit to the mountain lakes of .
ING SUNDAY AND FOR 7
Colombia. Here we'll try for a
y d DAYS AT THE STRAND i 15-pound rainbow trout savor

FURNISHED ROOMS ,%.. ANN tt 1ltREA TRE, AND ON THE b the sights of cosmopolitan
%f :: f'sk McCARTHY Bogota and catch the first
Room for single man 1027 f' SAME PROGRAM A BRU- A tip of th. P.psi Cap
'7' presents 177 But I don't mind. My suit- available airliner back home. to these
Julie St. TAL WESTERN THRILLER, cases are packed with light Stow Gear Away For Winter Americans outstanding, who male young
In New home; all modern 15 71i "5 BOLD WOMEN" 1ST clothing and fishing gear, and Unless you're a native of !* country and our community our
Christian 4... aboard one of those new jet a better
conveniences. RUN TECKNICOLOR! tropic lands, it's time to stow place In which to
airliners I think m catch *
EL up your fishing gear away for the live.
couple or lady only. with the flights of bier Canadas.
winter. I took care of this job
440212. fi S Even if you can't physically a few days ago but I must *

I back make in the your trip arm you chair can settle and confess all. it really wasn't a choreat * *

noor BOMBS share my adventures with me. When I took my little Mer-
ROOM FOR REMIT i AND EASTMAN COLOR) Our first visit will be to Den- cury outboard out of the trunk R
mark. This wonderful
country of the car I became a little
located furnishedroom F THEWAYS OF LovE OF... WITH BALLOTS famed for its
Conviently HE AY .... .. so hospitality also sentimental as I thought back
with hot" and cold has fishing which would put the over the experiences of the
water, and private kitchen at f .! That . I average American angler in an : summer. This package of mech- i
Izaak Walton paradise. Although anized aluminum had served me I
$14.00 per week. Call EL :" it will be too cold to -
1 l try faithfully the whole season.
50847. : { Kind Of ,4 RiTZ Sun. 'it personally I'm going to investigate And as I drained the fuel from
Furnished room with hot and :4. Tues. the stories rye heard her carburetor squirted some
cold water for a single man. about the walleye fishing. lubricant in her pistons, and
Call EL .. '! From Copenhagen we'll go to rubbed her down with more oil,
$6.75 week. THE MOST DECISIVE BATTLEIN
per : ,Norway to investigate the fabulous I knew she would purr like a
SOPHIA TAB NAVAL
50847. HISTORY* salmon and trout fishing kitten when I pulled her start.
LORENHUNTERuJAtt ,.. I that the Norwegian streamsare ing cord next spring.Of .
supposed to produce. I cleaned out
t course my
HELP WANTED I }: URMM>! Kill .Cio_ Italy is next, and here we tackle box sorted through my MIRRIAN JOHNSON
: ': WaROEN NICNOIS WYNN-GEORGE SANDERS::. nI' will put on our hip boots and lures, and dreamed for a mom- Mirrian Matthew is W.in Gilbert the 11th
I' wade the cold salmon and trout ent about the big ones which
NEED MORE MONEY? I' ROOSEVELT Sunday thru Sunday thru streams that most tourists have had gotten away. grade class., a member She is of amajor.tte I
I Tuesday SKYVIEW Tuesday"THE overlooked. Then a long flight It's important to give your the Voung' Women's
Make big money selling SINS OF YOUTHS to New Delhi India. And in outdoors equipment some atten- Council Mordern Dance
'this land of many contrasts tion now. If you'll stow it away
and
NewspaperStaff.
Chain Link Fences. Experience Audic Murray Western The A Teenage Love Drama!' 'we'll observe the jungle habitatof for the winter properly, putting Group. Now that Mirrian
or unexperience Wild and Innocent Plus This AND I the tiger and have a try for your gear in shape for your holidays weekend is over
salesman. Fast sellers, Big Tarzan Technicolor Thrill- Buster Crabbe Westerner ST "'IIGCUPI' .- the mighty mahseer. In case first fishing trip next season she planned to get readyfor
it will be real .
SCAlAP the mahseer is unfamiliar to a pleasure.If final examinations.
pays big profits. Extra "TARZAN'S HIDDEN "GUNFIGHTERS OF ABIL- ROBERTSON GIA I you, he attains weights of 60 you have any'quetliont concerning i
oPF.>rtunities. Call EX JUNGLE" ENE" i IIomI"VSIdI noadnR i Cob Ibla PIcture I pounds or better in Irrdian fishing techniques, equipment ***********-
I JIJ J streams. We'll fish for him on or where-to-go, write Buck "'
87718. Win $410 Cash Mon. Nite I INow'
: standard fresh water tackle. Rogers in.c.r. of this paper. it ...-:--"
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