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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
January 16, 1960
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African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )


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

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University of Florida
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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
January 16, 1960
Publication Date:


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


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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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g tFtagustlne s $10,000, Fla. Florida 5. S

FJRIPf 8TAR Nbrhi and Industrial Memorial

IirL College liiisti received the second

$10,000 matching grant from the

'orthfe)4ndation| of St. Louis
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: .. 9 NO. 43 And NEWS JANUARY 18. JACKSONVILLE 9, FLORIDA f5 a mrUfe

announcement. was made byVPuryear i 4 ern

,.? President of the

jCollegg>who I expressed his appre.cMrtron -

of the very generous sup .

'egregation Suits TWo port of the public whose contributions jI I j jJ J

to match the grant made it f 1f t
possible for the college to receive 1j j a 3

d : full benefits of the grant from

the Foundation. : Dr. Edward C. lIadqueVasl1ingion, D.C., president) of Na
tional Medical Association! ; Mrs. Bettye SteelE Turner, Tuskegee
The Danforth Foundation wa Institute,,vice-presideat of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority; and LeRoy
,i W. Jeffries, Chicago, president of National Association of f:arkct
t't'n 2 States NAACP Mr.established in 1927 by the late Developers, urge your support of the JS'ew March of Dimes
By William H. Danforth ef the campaign against crippling diseases. With your support The
Purina fame. National Foundation attacks crippling: arthritis end birth defects -

I as well as pelio. Help. prevent tripp ng. Join the New
Florida N. to L M. College has '1kM'.. rf Diatcs, Jan 231.

been a beneficiary of the Danforth

t:ip; Jo Indictment BMitgfat : Discrimination Cases Three foundation fatuity In more members than hare one way.rteired Highest! Negro Official

I the Daaforth Special Gr$4-

Miss.: Lynch ese Won By Negroes _NAACPTwo uate. Bryamt Study, Grants professor: Dr.ef LawrenceC. soiemee, Indicted In Scandal'J I

completed his doctoral researchIn RI1"r Y01 -: MaihatthnEoroi .
'BILOXL: MMS. MissistipplAshed public facilities discrixiinatiom education at the
ElectedTo Police University of
< at justice this week when :.ease Meow ,won this week Reports' Virginia 1957-58; Reverend Lester : PrMideet Hulon Jack, to come to Albany to die.. the

a special federal grand Jury ended by Thtrgood Marshall and his WOMAN BIT IN HKAB T. Whitelocke, assistant professor highest Vp&o holder ef Municipal .
In '
ite investigation of the Mack Office AND ROBBED> BY MAN of Religious Education case.A
WAACP Legal Defense aid Educational was an offke In than nation. was indicted Manhattan Brand
Charles: Parker lynching Wednesday A 38-year-old woman was hit in leave of absence for his doctorateat ed&Mdajr fa tomeciiom with a aeetu-
without returning indictments Plod attorneys.' ed Jock, a Democrat el emtjpiracr -
Labor UnionLOS the head with a* iron pipe and Boston University 1918-59; and loam ]ht a/M/ 11tted. from a nan
violation of trchlr1er
ia the 9-meath-old case.barles In Atlanta Ota., a federal judge robbed of $29 last Monday betoreen Kenneth J. Huenink, associate doing huciaeu wih the elry. Hprontjitty the
through .
Loa r .f Gulfport. the ordered the,Dobbs Houses Rseteu- 2:30 and 2:49 a... professor of music, currency oa pleaded innocent any $4,400 remodeling eeeepta Job on his ce HUe tf a
ANGI1B6 Ex heavy leave of absence in his confliS
e! 1>rt rest deeI.
Jury: foreman, read the decision rant in the Atlanta airport to Miss Mary Holley, of 133 W. lem apartment from his vhite.
weight boxing champion Joe Louis doctorate in music at Florida
to .. 3. Dist. Judge Sidney Mlze has found Bother field ef endeavorby cease- screening off white aid Ashley Street told police she was State University. Jaek immediately rospemded one-Um campaign manager, a

that "on the basis ef the evidence accepting the position of secre- Negro patrons in its dining room. l lying on a couch half asleep whena himself from his $25,019ayearpoet realtor doing: busimess with the

presented, w. :were unable to ar- tary-treasurer of Local 599, California In Baltimore, Md., another fed- man came teto her unlocked and said he would not draw city.

Bartenders, Maids and Culinary eral court judge ordered the end room and hit her ia the head and any salary or perform any official Jack claimed he
riro at 'any' true bills. received tie
Workers' Union. of discrimination In a moving said: "This is a stick up, and you Jackie Robinson duties until the case has been money as a legitimate loan.

The action apparently has the picture theater in Prederick, Md/. stay in this room.'; decided ia court. A 52-year-old native
of the
To Jax
of ending the Parker The main purpose of the union is which is owned by the city bu;; Coming West Indies .
conscience Is Jack came to New
She said she knows the "My clear Jack
to see to it that the workers get leased to a private operator. ) < man by Jackie Robinson formerly star York at the
: unless authorities uncover new sight since she had driven him said In a letter U city officials. age of 16. His first
all benefits that justly belong to second baseman for the Brooklyn Job
The Atlanta airport case was 1 am at with God and Ihaven't was as Janitor for a paper
witnesses or new testimony.: The away from the hotel earlier in the peace
i them. Brown Bomber said :t Dodgers has accepted the invitation box manufacturer.
instituted last year by a B day. The man's name was Laster, the slightest doubt as to After study-
Mize congratulated the jury on has been his lifelong ambition "to of the Florida State Confer- ing nights, he went to
1n&ham, Ala. insurance man, about 30-years-oId and hangs aroundin my ultimate vindication"Mayor New York .
help the folks that people don'tthink ence and the Jacksonville Branch,
its work during the deliberations D. Coke, against the AUan; the 700 block of W. Ashley Streetat University and then plunged into ;
need help." NAACP to speak here early in Robert F. Warner with- Democratic politics.
which started Jan. 4, saying he Municipal Airport following Hawkins Poolroom, it was re February. Mr. Robinson is
a held any immediate comment on
thought -jurors conducted them- The president of the company is incident when he was! inform ported. His home was said to be in member of the NAACP's National the worst scandal to hit his seven- After seven terms in the state '

selves "diligently and fairly." Adam Mcfadden Jr., Bill Graham, that he could not be served Orlando. Board of Directors and a leaderin year-old Democratic administration. legislature Jack was swept into i

nationally known public relations ; the Dobbs Houses Restaurant n the field of raee relations. The the borough presidency with
He then recessed the jury until the; same basis as white patro Patrolmen J. J. ''Doe1 and M. New- Mayor
man. is organizing director. The branch will announce the time Wagner's administration

r. ...... the.regular Feb. 23 term of fed-; organization' will begin membership 'He .would have to .sit< ',behind!sa sorn investigated.. ,+_ ... : ancV-place'"t .the themeeting-a- In-Albany, Republican Governor in-1953--and reelected'' wittf the
the 'f
A oral court, cautioning that members recruiting campaign early in screen which separated rain r later date. Nelson Rockefeller said only, "I'm mayor in 1957.NEWS.
the dining room, Mr. Coke v "
Just sad about It.
1960 McFadden said. Heading the
might be called back sooner
told. Dobbs Houses is the mi .
to':take other matters.A Irive will be Marcellus Hawkins, FOR SHOPLIFTING Rockefeller called for of \
UP' I restaurant in ,the Atlanta airpc] a copy .._,._
....... ,
born former bartender TEEN.AGEmJ'BREAK
popular Chicago IN the
District Ju and of the grand
United States Three
mob of hooded men dragged young women were arrested SUSIE
599's business '
Boyd Sloan in ordering the r last Monday and held juryminutes, and asked WagnerATTENTION BRIEFS
on a The Susie EL Tolbert
Parker 23-year-old ,Negro ,.truck agent, o' Elementary
taurant to cease S.
petty larceny by shoplifting at H.
driver from Lumberton -out .'Qf af School was broken into*and entered
The newly elected Secretary-, patrons because,.of: race, also Kress Company, 120) Main st.
last participating
Monday night
his\ second-floor jail cell at Pop- Treasurer Joe Louis recently stated nounced he will instruct the A by 11 ALACIIUA .1
larvUle last April 25 and tilled his agreement with Sugar Ray Robinson lanta Municipal Airport to sto | The three young' women were youngsters,. both 'male and fe C ARREST NEGRO ,AT STILLS

him! His.bullet-pierced body was that some type of labor or its discriminatory practices.The identified as Maudie Mae Myers, male.' ;
19, of 6351/2 W. Ashley Street El- Mrs. Ruth Smith, dietician a't the Gainesville
; a 63-year-old
recovered River ganization should protect the inter-
from the 'decision in the Marylancase
est of prise fighters."It resulted from a suit filed bay) dora Elizabeth Davis, 17, and Sheila school told police the group whose LADIES Negro was arrested on moonshine
10 days later. Moving Geraldine James of the same ad ages ran from 14 years to 15 and charges today when he was found

The lynching came two days is the purpose of Local 599 to 3 Negroes Picture against Theater the in Marva,Frederick-, dress.* The trio was arrested for one's age given at 18, broke into Bridge & Social Club near Hague at the site of two

before Parker's scheduled trial work in the interest of the mem- forced to sit in the taking 11 sets of ear rings from, the school by kicking, the panel out Reporters small stills raided by two beverage .
They were
them decent the door to the hallway by the cafe- agents and
on charges of raping a pregnant, bership to guarantee balcony because of their race. The S. H. Kress it was reported. a deputy sheriff.
working hours, livable wages, acceptable teria and knocked the glass panel Send or Mail
white mother. The woman theater maintains a separate box The merchandise was taken from Calvin Hodge is being held
conditions medi- out to the dining room to gain un-
her small daughter had been left working office and other facilities for the counter by the young women Your Social News der $1,000 bond. Officers said

in a stalled auto near Lumberton cal care and every other benefit Negroes. who left shortly after taking it Pa- to the kitchen. the still, capable of making: only

while her husband sought a me- workers enjoy" the Brown Bomber trolman W. E. Williams. The valueof The young group was reported *o Mondays To five gallons of whiskey five
said. United States District Judge have taken 5-lbs of cheese, 84 cops every
chanic.A the goods was reported to be days, were destr.yed.
Roszel Thompsen announced Wed- ice cream, 2 cans of spiced FLORIDA STAR
$5.77. Police believe more loot is
Pearl River County Grand nesday that he will issue an order luncheon meat, 12 apples, 1 box of

jury investigated the case last FUNl6RALSAMOS instructing the theater to cease hidden in their room. weinors. The value was. listed at 2323 Moncrief Rd. Cor. 13th
November and returned no in- making racial distinctioms. Patrolmen J. W. Gladden andJ. $1137.; The name of the 18-year-old Or Phone EL 4-BW2 State
beverage _
dictments. The Justice Department W. Eminisor investigated. \"as"1iSr"asIssac. Moses, of 1604 agente raided
for Mr. Coke in the : three illegal liquor
then called for the federal Clarence E. of: 1786 E. Attorneys W. Union StPatrolmen establishments
Atlanta case were Donald L. Hol- and arrested two Jaxons. '"
jury seasiOK. 26th. Street.SIMMONS T. L. Mays and R.
lowell of Atlanta Ga., Peter A.
Miss Dorothy Mae of George investigated. Millard
Hall of Birmingham Ala., and Norris 38, of 6286 Rest-
1m WmdJ e Street SHOPLIFTER NABBED J awn Dr. and Wright Mitchell j,
Jack Greenberg and Thurgood --
SOLOMON Henry cl 474% oU St. WITH STOLE GOODSA ';r of M3 Leo SL were taken ;into
Marshall of :Naw York. .
Augustine Road. young woman identified by police r custody in two of the places. Each

Classic Reset MONROE Gussie of 1771 Davis In the Frederick. Md. case, attorneys as Shirley- Lorine Pickett, 20, Dimes : I was placed under SOt Qd ta

StreetWASHINGTON for the Negroes were of 810 W. Church Street was ar- JJi Duval County Jail.

Dec. 10 1960 Canie of 922 W. Juanila Mitchell and Tucker R. rested for shoplifting at W. T. Grant Aid New
: I A third house M llll
Duval Street. Dearing, both of Baltimore, Md., Company last Monday when she was w.

MC TAW John, of 1358 W. 20th. and Thurgood Marshall and Jack caught putting clothes in a bag. J.Scholars Church St. also waa searched and
In Miami Fla. ; agents turned up a quamtlty of
Street Greenberg of New York City. Miss Pickett was stopped by patrolman Health w
moonshine whiskey but the /esi-
KYLES Joe of 1070 Madison St W. E. Williams. She told
I dent, Jesse GIbbs, was not at hem eat
TAU-AHASSEE-Tbe 13W Orange STEWARD Jame. M. of 1164 W. the officer there were three more the time.

Blossom Classic win be played in 24th Street 1IAMS STABBED women with her, but the officer 4 t

Miami's famed Orange Bowl Stadium MOSLEYEmmett of 1M4 W BY GIRL'S FATHER didn't catch them, they got away. I j A fourth place was entered, but

Saturday Dee. 10 23rd. Street The value of the goods was said to the occupants dumped a quantity
night, ,
according -
to GREEN Clarence Green of 638 Maxwell Hudson, 33, of 332 W. 1st. be $24.'1L ; of moonshine before officers broke
announcements President
by -
George W. Gore President of W. Duval'Street street was the victim of knife wounds Patrolmen J. S. Gladden and J.W. t. : in.
FLAGG Mrs. Rosa E. of 1163 w.21th. that were inflicted by his girl Eminisor investigated.MAN .
AIM University and Athletic t I
friend's father last Monday as be. These agents participated: G. P.
Director Akmzo (Jake) GaitherThe59 Street. Warren, R. R. Harding, B. K. Fin-
shot at her with a pistol.
THORPE W. R. of 2312 Westmont HIT OVER EYES t i
game was played on the ; ley. C. W. Routzong and J. H.
first Saturday night December and Street. Hudson and his girl friend became IN FIGHT WITH WOMANR. Cobb. '

host Rattler un" defeated the Prai- AARON Edward of 315 Middh- involved in an argument which resulted C. Clark, 40, of 221 E. State

1 rie View State Panthers 23.7 to finish burg Ave.,' Green Cove Springs. in his! taking a shot at her. Street was hit over both eyes dun t

HAYWOOD Mrs. Evelyn ,of 924 father hearing the ing a fight with Miss Ruby Perkins : S
the season with a 10-0-0( )') and win The girl friend's I

_the undisputed national crown. W. Duval Street shot, came. upon victim and stabbed in front of 7151/2 Florida- Avenue- \ :: KEY WEST Four }"maths: Clinton

( AMOS Funeral services for Clarence him under the left shoulder,. Victim last Monday. ..;;s Harris, 17; George Carey, 19; Nolan

A scheduled clash between the E. Amos will be held at 2p.m. carried to Duval Medical Cen- The victim was taken to'Duval BoTchO.. 21;' and Nathaniel' Baker 1 r
The above students than 400 winners of .
University of Miami and the Air Saturday in the Elizabeth Medical Center for treatment for are amonmore new 24 mass
I ter by police car. The pistol and health scholarships supported by the March\ of Dimes. Top left pleaded guilty to a rape of ,
Force Academy, currently scheduled Baptist 0mr 1. knife were turned over to Sgt Park laceration of both eyes. Miss Ruby to right, they are: Miss\ Barbara Burrell of River Rouge, Mich., a 36-year old white mother of three

for Friday night, December 2 WILLIAMS Dr. C._ S of 716 Perkins, 39, of 715 Florida Avenue Miss Audrey Beaner of Shreveport, and bottom, left to right, Pleading not guilty before Peace

with the possibility of a shift to Sat- Broad Street.LEE "- er. and Clark were arrested and Arthur W. Chaney of Hackensack, N. J., Miss Natalie II. Jack- Justice Roy Hamlin was ITyearoldVictor .
... son of Wilmington N. C., and Bliss Mary Alice Moxley of Bowling
urday afternoon, December 3, is the Soloman of 895 Van BurenSt Willie Johnson and :Maxwell Hudson charged with disorderly conduct Green Kr. 515 scholarships to deserving youth seeking pro- Lopez.Accordns '

reason- the classic has been shiftedto were arrested by Patrolmen G. fighting and drunkenness. fessional careers In-nursing, occupational therapy, physical ther- : to reports by sheriffs

December 10, Dr. Gore and BROWN Mrs. Lufe of 1132 E. R. Hnry and O. Bowman the investigating Pafcelmen I P. W.La d.and R. "R. py,medical social work and medicine will be offered annually deputies, the raping occured at an

.. ... Stv '. Officers.. from funds raised in the New March of Dimes.
,. Gaither said. ; First Wollitz investigated. isolated section near ,Key West.

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_.___ Week Ending Saturday, January 16, 1980


MSWS \T, "Polfi; As Usual"

Published by Tie Florida Star Publishing Co. f By Eric O. Simpson .

"Member of Associated Negro Press" The Ions-awaited announcement of Mayor llaydon Barns' candidacy

Crte O. Simpson _, _.._._-. ._.Editor for the governorship came, finally, last: Saturday and since that

C. Parham Johnson News Staff historic announcement was made there has been considerable discussion

Hilda Woolen __ Circulation Dept. about his chances.

There is no doubt that the race

IM3 Moncricl Road _"_.___,__,_..:.. a. 4.6782 EL 4.6783 will go into a second primary evenif baskets: in the direction of Doyle
there are entries. In
no more
Downtown Branch OfficI: 423 Broad SL -' Phone EL 4-3773 i TO X* r 33I* n addition to casting eyes and their collection
Haydon Burns othersin
!- W Carlton and John McCarty be-
Mr.:ling Address; : the race include: State Sen. ; cause the word is out that bothof

P. O. Box 561. Jacksonville 1. Florida X ., u- Fred Dickinson, Jr. of West Palm i them are loaded with green-

..- Beach; State Sen. Doyle Carlton backs. There arc a few exceptions
SUBSCRIPTION! RATES Jr. of Wauchula. and John Mc-
however who will stick
by the
One Year. S5.00; Half Year, $3.00: Three Months SI.80 : t i iY Carty'of Ft. Pierce among the top mayor like the 3-A community

Moiled To You An/where' In The United States. four, with Harvie Belser of Bom-I bigwig and a few eastsiders.

ftnhtcription Payable' in Adntnce. Send Check or Money Order To 1 fay; Bill Hendrix of Tallahassee; !I Either Doyle Carlton and John

fLOHIDA STAR-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE 1. FLORIDA 1 and the Rev. George Downs ofI McCarty, with some effort mightbe
Winter Park being In the small- '
able to win quite a IiW Negro

fry category. votes throughout the state, and

Ne And The Press 4 :: An interesting particularly m Dural County

pLast 'ces Negro 4, : :. aspect of this where Burns' position is doubtful.

December whoa the Philadelphia Tribune celebrated its TSth 1'3 \ race will be to see Do jio Carl toe staoifld not be too

anniversary, the guest speaker for the oecaaion William 0. Walker jt.L6how much hArd for Negroes to accept and

publisher of the Cleveland Call hAd a few words to sr about Negroes support Haydoa, : John UcOarty record as a jadae
plus his kinship to the late GOT.
and the Negro press that are worth passing: en.
"" Burns will be
.r pan McCarty (whom Negroes
Among other things the scholarly publisher said: 4: able to get from : thought highly of) will undoubtedly -

Dural CountyNegroes place him In a good position
"College students who think Negro editors are fools and Negro
ffiwi i' 'gather Negro votes.
newspapers just so much effort misspent, remember this: The 1959 4. t with up many. .

census shows that Negroes still earn far less than whites who hare f whom he has

the same amount of education.. In the North and West, as well as in been a favorite Another Mice which many are

the South, Negro college graduates earned less in 1949 than whites giving some consideration to already -
for a number of
Y e ..
who had attended.bat net graduated from high school. In 1940, Negro i 11 that of the Sheriff's race.

college graduates earned toss than whites who had not graduated SIMPSON years. There is persistent talk that ex-:
I hare discovered that ,Site a sheriff Rex Sewat will try to win
frem grammar school. The only way to improve these conditions. is
number of our Negro leaders and back the post he lost after 1C
through the tie of a militant Negro press.
so-called politicians are plenty years In office There is a.

"To the so-called Negro intelligentsia who find ail manner of fault The UN Vote Against Apartheid (Jim Crow) Proved Embarrassing peeved with the Major over his doubt Sweat will be welcomed

with Negro newspapers, I direct this question: Where would you be if stand In the golf course Irene back by many of the oldtinena

there were no.Negro press? No groups hare profited wore than the ... which resulted In an order U doN who know his record.

q crusading of the Negro press than hare our white collar and pro- tile courses and put then up for Another name that pops up frequently -

: fessienal groups. Your Weekly sale. AC A possible candidate for

Sheriff is that of Browm.constable.
"To all who criticize the Negro press I ask what substitute do If the low number ef votes George .
All indications U
you hare if we go out of (business? Burns secured from Duvet whites
Horoscope GuideBy him having a very good chance.
in his race for the mater's seat
"The Negro press wants victory in this fight far desegregating : sheriff Dale Carson, is the frontrunner
(which he won by net toe wide a
America because no one knows better than we do how hard the yokeof and will have a good manyon
PABLO The ASTROLOGER margin) is any indication, it would
a master race presses down upon a helpless people; no one knows his side by virtue of the job
appear that he stands in some
better the deep yearning our people have for freedom and justice. he has done.
WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR jeopardy with that group too.
Who else had has a harder climb up the Kin of Hell for just a peek There la talk too that Con-
However, Burns has got a silvery
at the rays of freedom's sun rising behind a horizon of hope that stable Lonnie Sikes might toss his
BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL tongue and it may be that
seems ever so near but yet so far. hat in the ring and that will serve
he won back some of his white

"We can delude ourselves with the opiate of magazines that publish I ABIES the day when you may consider a : SGOKPIO constituents by taking the stand to make a very, very interesting

beautiful pictures and pollyanna articles, but the more we seek to You have been given to understand wish fulfilled. It may be time to )The Scorpios who have bad the that he did in voting to close the race.County Commissioner Joe Bur-

fool ourselves in this manner the more difficult we are making our i that the possession of cash too ((22nd). good fortune to reach the top in golf courses rather than permit
nett has everybody guessing. It is
fight for our civil rights. The Negro press recognized this in 1827; and valuable assets makes it pos heir particular jobs or enterprises.The Negroes unrestricted us of themas said
that he won't seek re-election
the Negro press recognizes this now. sible to establish the type of exist- 9-60S6-15-98461 red-letter days are the 20th- ordered by the UJS. Supreme
\ to his office which leaves every-
ence you have been anticipating. 21st, when both yotl? and your asso-: Court.
one, or nearly wonder-
Everything would work out in your cultes can count: up the gains in Burns in my opinion has a fairly
ing if he intends to run for sheriff
"The Negro press during the past few years, has come in for a favor should you make your most LEO more imposing figures than usual. good chance. Despite the two neg- and if he does, you can takeit

lot of harassment and opposition from Negroes themselves. Many of important moves on the 18th, 20th : Be the leader and creator, on the Do}* not ignore suggestions even if ative factors just mentioned he is from ma the sheriff's race will

our people are saying there is a lessening need for Negro newspapers. and 21sl12O3112'l9123 18th when you can bank on your they do not look glamorous enough not to be dismissed lightly as some then be a really hot one, becauseJoe
are inclined to do at this time .
the surface. Tine will make
imagination and luck to back you on Burnett is hot
"For the doubting Thomases and the crepe hangers. I would like And I won't be a bit surprised If a. .campaigner.
in a most unusual fashion. Every- theta so. ,
to call attention to a recent compilation of daily newspapers published he brings a lot of those who are
by other minorities in the United States. There are today 69 dally thing keeps going your way on the supposed to be "mad" with him Remember folks, the registration

nevspapers being published by 21 nationality groups. None of these TAURUSBe 20th-21st You d 3m promote your tal- 9- now over to his sid by the time books are now open. Register: NOWif

minority groups are subjected to the kind of racial discrimination that ready to receive the prize that ents in a big way and obtain the t18-97989 May rolls around. yen hare not done eo. Renewal
services of an agent to appear be- cards are BOW being sent out. Fill
Negroes are and none of them represent as large a part of the na will be offered unexpectedly or *n-
fore the public, when you feel that it hi and return it promptly. Doa'tJd
tion's population as Negroes do. Yet despite all the opportunities then der the most unusual circumstances Right now it seems as though

enjoy they feel it necessary to publish 69 daily newspapers and an (18th). You may buy or sell real you have reached. new perfection. developments et most of the Negro politician are it lay areuad the house aad

unknown number of weeklies. estate receive a legacy ae form a the! previous quarter may lull you ret loct.Pr S .

inandal combine that should sue 2-90-77.7&-298 i' a 1 verve of kiee security this --
"Tke Negro is the only minority group in America that feels indiffewa feed efl when ice. tect&n, For Car Owners
:. beycoi; expectations, You i wit kavt to be VeRY dkctrning -
.* about his And is toe only racial
own newspapers. the Negro
the final returns are, in ((20th-21st). when yea are approached
group exclude from all the full rights of American IUl D8h1p. Th! n Get Auto Liability Insurance
;Engagements or) weddings nay alsoJfcure with proposition Tftxr instinct are
.sixteen million in America about three times the number
are Yen eat claim your prix, eon-
among> these pleasant devel- fairly are OB tit 36th, and youshould
of Jews yet the Jews support four daily papers. 'opments. dU e ersondi arrangements and then coedce your. own terms Rosy (JWonthly( Payments ,

LETZTJNG. -OUR. vBUCHKTS see your security plans cone: to {m monetary em t1oni, You can TIWjraJ .Art Agency .
> DOWN i 5 -15i'2-St fruitibfc without haying to apply any delude yourself m well as beecane

.The additional pressure. Be prepared to the of othwn who shrewdand 515 Davis St. Poe EL 4-1894
t i, griding precepts John B. Russwurm gave us 19t years ego dupe are

: are just as true today as they were then. Many of the objective he Gram jump flmiV pt any and chance personal to solve problems hdus-, subtle eae ah to make white : Open 11 AM to 7 P.bhx1", Wed., Thur., Fri., Sot.
i so wisely let 'out for attainment are still without realisation. As long as you have done every- tng,

I The same is true of tke'aims and objectives of Christopher Jones thkg that is humenly possible to with foe aid of the unectpected, on look black vice versa ((29th). Sundays 1 PM tp 7 PM Closed Tuesdays

Perry. Because Philadelphia has had the TRIBUNE ns one of itS create the circumstances that are the 1 th. Everything else should fall 2-2O-m4-38-lli)

I I main fighting instruments, this town has made great strides in battling conducive to favorable results, you into place on the 20th-21st, when'

down the Jim crow practices that p.evailed here for so many can sit back: and see what happens. you are under the aegis of exceptionally v

I years. -. Chance, and faithful associates, will favorable planetary config CATEICOEX 'E

join to get the ball rolling toward urations. Miss nothing refuse nothing and

TIlE STILL SMALL VOICE"If he' winning number (18th). The let chance dictate the terms on the '
the Negro press has become the voice of the Negro, it is be- 21st is a day that cad be full of ZU9-21-m? 18th. The full implication of what- VODKA:

cause it is the only clear warning our ship of fate can hear through the surprises which you tian turn to ever happens on this day should be

of uncertainty that shrouds our progress.: those who interestEd .
thick fog your advantage are savored on the 20th-21st Results ,
"The Negro press is our outpost of thought and action. Only the in security will also find. LIBRA will more than justify your hopes

full support of our own people can keep up In this position. this one of the best means to achieve Accept romance on its own terms, and the future seems to contain all <- .. :. 'gym

"People who don't read-and this includes newspapers-are not it (22ni). if your circumstances permit andit the promise that you ever dreamed :

well-informed, and people who are not well-informed, are a back- will leave impressions which will ol

ward and exploited people."In 7-40-22-14-82-742 be memorable and enduring (18th.
with self-assurance \J\\! .
Assert yourself
most of the cities where we operate, if we could sell one of 4-30-70-12-47-437 l t< .. '
the 21st while are being ex
CANCERJ on you
each week to every Negro who owns an automobile,
our newspapers who You need not lift a finger as ceptionally well favored by out- s
If Negro :1:
with our circulation. every 'b.rG
would, boc*-y happy ,
chance is scheduled to step in and standing planetary! combinations. :- : : .
spends $3.00 or more for whiskey also bought a Negro newspaper we G ., K... .
white radioor award the prizes to the deserving.The You will have to accept a certain AQURIUS .
wouldn't be worrying about the competition of newspapers '
Kth is a day of surprises in restriction on your freedom of move The 18th is another day when
the Johnson Publications.
this connection, and you should con- ment, but that is often the price of friendships, affection and deep un- .

"Freedom for minorities and subjugated peoples always comes dition your mind to be preparedfor material security ((22nd). The choiceis derstandings come to a favorable _f; :.? ._'

high. If the Negro thinks he can purchase his freedom from segrega- them in any shape or form You yours. '- conclusion. Other advantages in the !

tion and poverty in America at a bargain, cut-rate price he is goingto hare many more benefits on the financial department are bound to the

be sadly mistaken. way on the 21st and this may be 1.40-77.39-&t-140. aecompay whatever transpires on _

"The Negro press wants and will lead the way to freedom, but the 20th-21st The full cooperationof

we can only do this if we have followers and are backed up by the Get Your Horoscope Guide To your key partner may be the essential FriendKBlender/
element that spells success.
unity and cooperation of all Negroes.
A important point wlfceh we think A,*. Walker overlookedis '
the failure very of Negro readers to support the firms that advertise in Order your horoscope guide for December Now. Send $2 1O1862616

Negro newspapers. It should be emphasized that not only Negroes To Pablo The Astrologer P. O. Box 561. Jacksonville l.Fla.

should patronize those firms that -- - ---
but they .
read their own papers '
1 r ..
business with I .
advertise in the Negro press and refrain from .
Horoscope PISCES .
Dear Pablo: Enclosed Is 200. Send my
in Negro newspapers.
those firms which refuse to carry advertisements needs advertising revenue in I Guide for the month of December. I The 18th is a key date when recognition ,

In the first place the Negro press can come swiftly as well fy 7F -. -,

order to survive and carry on its fight for Negro rights. In the and second boy- I I Il as surprisingly. Those who alreadyare Jr. iI& f
firms that advertise in the Negro press NAME ,
place patronizing in places of authority may find ;
cottin those that doat, brings respect for the Negro newspaper excellent material among their ( 'JQ.;
some ;
if the Negro press is to succeed in I .... '
and this as absolutely nwessary l personnel which can be turned to .
of the rights of Negro citizens. ADDRESS : : ;
its demands for respect r useful advantage and profit. She ,4
awakened to the fact that the firms which S .
should be I
Negroes additional. -
which regard I 28th-21st offer opportunities .
newspaper are ,
*enoe to advertise in your BORN that cannot be topped for gen-
and feel that Negroes will trade with them .
Tie=eel with contempt entity
or magnificence. '
under any circumstances. month dale; .' -_ D...... tii.4sdi. S ..d 190 Meet. ,,
;1':. _" '; : _I 22-12-2Ut2 leMid by i ew a c6. M5bX el Ia, "OJ
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Week tiding Saturday January 16, 1960 THE FLORIDA STAR Page Tlirtc

Brunswick will take place January 17, 1960 in the EmmanueTBaptist at FAMU, who is off to the University of Michigan at

Church with the pastor, Rev. S. L. Badger, Ann Arbor, to officially receive the Ph. D. Degree in Chem-

-= a .. ....". Officiating. istry. LEARN TO DRIVE
--- -.- ---- --- -Uj--- a \ Secure Drivers' License

-- Mr. Douglas G. Schenck, United States Army Engineer Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. James Day. They are SAFEWAY DRIVING

Corps, in charge of Real Estate, Detroit and Willow Run the new parents of a baby girL SCHOOL
by "Del" Mainor Brinson recent visitor in the of Mrs. 600 West Beaver Street
Michigan, was a city, as guest a s s
f Members of the charming Ladies Bridge Club met re- Thelma S. Williams and family on Walcott Avenue in Flora- Get well wishes to Mrs. Florence .Turner of Ealdwin GEORGE PERPENA, DIr.

cently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cornell Dunlap at 1659 dale, while here, ,Mr. Schenck was extended courtesies by Street, An AKA Sorority, and Public School Teacher. Res. PO 5.4607
College Circle, with Mrs. Dunlap as hostess. Officers for *
Mrs. Pansye K. Washington, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Donalson,
the 1960 elected. Mrs. Hortense Jones Brewington -
year were Jr., Mrs.: Elizabeth Poole, and Mrs. Louise E. Sheffield. Miss Jauanita E. Orr, native of West Palm Beach Flor-
It President; :Mrs. Ernestine Frazier Poole, Vice President ida is presently teaching in Orleans France at the United
W. Cleveland Corresponding Secretary Ate AsihmaAitack
; Mrs. Josephine Mrs. W. C. Grant, Mrs. Vernia Asia and son Barryof States Army Dependents School. :Miss Orr received the

; Mrs Hortense Speed Brown, Recording Secretary; New York City are guests of Mr. & Mrs. B. Kirklin in B. S. Degree from Florida A & M University and the M. A. t ..

Mrs. Lillian Stukes, Financial Secretary; Mrs. Vernell Riley their Durkee Drive Home. Degree from New York University. She is an AKA Soro, the row Mild *."...! '\ tj i. .'cv.erv b* respiratory
Glover Treasurer Mrs. Delphenia Mainor Brinson, Business ':-: 1h. C.: ;" clok1nc.
; niece of Mrs. Jesse L. Terry, and God mother of little Michael l'apu1cr*.,!i...",-I".. .'..i"-S,, vt, .,t-'us..nare: :
Mrs. Ruth Amiker Carter Chaplain Mrs. Pearl amazed u\ N: r cr painful In-
Manager; Dr. La Salle Lefall, .native of Quincy Florida, was a Earl Brinson. iectior.s. \C-.I-.I..'v rr r.Jve i in tutoring
Cohens and Mrs Amiker Dunlap Parlia- :::v' nvaiiaLle' without prescription
Dorothy ,
Reporter; recent visitor to his hometown, and to Tallahassee. Dr. Le A= your dcui I for'IT Guild'
Greta dioun
.a.n dcarittes or Compound.
mentarian. fall will be remembered as the individual who graduatedfrom .
The newly organized Classroom Teachers Association
Members are Mrs. Clevel Cromartie, Mrs. Margaret C.
the Med School at Howard U. in 1952 with the
Day and Mrs. Sophye S. White. met at James Weldon Johnson School last week with President
,Guests at tho meeting were Mrs. Elouise Fletcher and scholastic score of any previous Howard Med School grad. Capers Bradan in charge. Several members of the PATRONIZE
He is a Cancer Research Specialist in New York City, also
Mrs. Margaret MaUiis. Mrs. Mathis won Guest Prize. teaching profession were in attendance. Greetings were
Members winning prizes were: Mrs. Hortense Bewinv- a graduate of Florida A &M University. brought by State Official Mrs. Mary L. Green, faculty member -
Congratulations to Dr. Herbert Jones faculty memberYO Star Advertisers
ton, Mrs. Vernell Glover, and Mrs. Lillian Stukes. I at A. L. Lewis School. .
Mrs. Glover will be hostess for the next meeting. Attorney I ---
:Emanuel Eaves will install officers. YO CO'TEST'rni1iEC I;m.\Li 1.Y..i bt\Li1J.l.i1. 'M .MM Jy"'iMi Y."WM iJ i V..i LU. .! 9. d.\lU.


Wiz Hazel A. Howard wa hostess recently at a bridal

m.cnrer honoring Miss Mary Mack, In the home of Mr. and

Mrs J. A. Howard, Sr., 1238 W. 12th Street. Present were .),4. t as

Juiliette Hunter, Willie P. Gooseby, Laura Lang, Vivian New-

man, Ron> ta Graham, Inez Mack, sister of the bride-elect, : y: I. P I,.

and Mrs. Leona. Glue, from Brunswick, Ga., sister of the ....

groomtobe.The .
wedding of Miss Mary Mack to James Baker of : ,

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BY c. PAHHAM JOHNSON Joseph Leon Waiters son of )ir.

and Mrs. Mfltcw, McQueen of 1561E.

THIS 1959 YEAR IN SPORTS ended with aU kinds of 22nd. Street recently woa a yo

records being set and many brobea. It is interesting to know yo contest siren at the East 23rd. wg3i4a1F71Sale Price

that the National Football League's four greatest ground Street Park.. Waiters was also pre- : \

gainers were Negrttes. The incomparable Jim Brown of the viols\ champion and trophy winnerat

Cleveland Browns; J. D. Smith, San Francisco 49ers; Ollie the Worlds Fair in November.Our 'yiia a "
liaison, Los Angeles Rams and Bobby Mitchell also of the hats are off to Waiters who law ii. ;u.r: ,.,:

Cleveland! Browns.BIG besides being yo yo champion is a ..ti f fw' _
JIM BROWN gained 1329 OUT IN THE WESTERN SECTION well loved Florida Star paper car r

yards and his longest run was 70 of the country out Pasadena rier.

yards. Smith piled up 1036 yards way the Washington University '
and his longest spurt was 73 yards. Huskies with the help of Big George $ I A A 95

Matson who was used very sparingly Fleming halfback and Ray Jack- r' Rai.au. as .
by his coach Sid Gillman son fullback downed the Wisconsin '
romped for 863 yards with his long- Badgers. Fleming was mentionedas

est sprint being 50 yards. Mitchell the most valuable player in the

galloped for 743 yards and a 90 Rose Bowl and Davis was men- N .

yard carry was his longest run. tioned as the most valuable playerin Deliveries
the Cotton BowL

GAMES saw many tan skinned THE COPPER BOWL played in Births at Brewster Hospital'Mr.

stars establish themselves as top I Tempe, a surberb of Phoenix Ariz., & Mrs. Calep Mack 1410 Mil- .' .-. .-.-

performers. Two University of Miswuri :saw such tan stars i fa action as I nor ATeI1ue-Bay.

halfback saw plenty of action ]Bill Burrell Captain of the Illinois Mr. & Mrs. Ralph SIaidalOO'J I

against the University of .team Willie Woods co-captain of Man. Street-Boy. "
Georgia In the Orange BowL Th r 'the Southern California team Clyde ENERL ELECTRiC I ; ,0'I
were: Norris Stevenson 5-11 182- Washington of Purdue Willie Westof Mr. l& Mrs. Frank SUuierson,

pound, right halfback and smooth- Oregon and Chuck Janerette of 2073: W. Cm St-Boy. t. .

naming Mel. West 5-8. 186poundJudor Perm State witk the National AS Mr. Ik: Mrs. Doraer Ha cfulerdop. : : '
haltbaclc.BOOK Stan and Dom Perkins <* New
1923 W. 21st MBo.Mr. full.
Mexico and Pre Its Ga U W Oklahoma. .
: J. lira. Cwnefiu Mor&Mi 107
S. 7d Ae, Jaac Beed -Gid. ( .
Taos said "Let yovr backet* down leered Pnrfimna ,la pr httbafl automaticONLY
vbere yea are." weD, s v. si tote TAKE A LOOK at the IfeKonalFootbal Mr. >... Bn% Wafer. BK : .
toottoa Bowl in Dams Texas, League's 1959 draft of tan Whitner.lt.GW.V.
I BmJ< |Bans, 1-*, 2C6h -pouusd halfback collegiate stars by teams. CLEVEland Mr. A lAv. Sacntafe flpeOamn, : DiscountsUp

h really let feefer sockets down BROWNS Prentice Gautt 921 News* Sfeeet-GU. .
- wilen' they were. Don't forj rt tt fullback Oklahoma; Jim Marshall W. 17& iW MrL a E"R

'. was a T xas _Q vbero the tackle; Jim Houston, end; BobWhite Mr. A Mwu Patrick Cairn 921 WAS''M'! to 40% oa

Cfcangemcn of Syracuse fowsed s fullback aD of Ohio State; W. 17th SI, CM.Mr. ,:'

strong Texas University team. Clyde Washington, halfback. Perdue A Mrs. eorge Sevens 761

Whan the game was over everyone and Lovefl (Coleman Western Church 8t-QM.Mr. : HI Fi StereoRefrigerators -

knew the three stars of SyracoM Michigan. LOS ANGO BS RAMS- A Mrs. Kenneth Andersen, I

bad showa IB Texas. Marvin Luster, end and Charles 672 W. 17m St Boy. Ranges

the AD-Pro delensive Jeanette tackle Penn State. CHICAGO Mr. A Mrs. Melvin Banes, 609 .
Daddy) LJpcoomb
CARDINALS-Herman Alex-
tackle of the BaltimoreDID Florida Avewe-Boy. $16970 Washers Freezers
YOU KNOW, Gene (Big ander tackle Findlay College; Bin Mr. A M*,. Leonard Cay 2012 _" ,
Burrell guard Illinois; Willie West, W. 18th St-ul.
; ACAlta never halfback Oregon; Charles Johnson Mr. It Mrs. William Golson, Route
ball? The big 6-6, ISO-pound star's
_ Detroit halfback New Mexico; VIe Jones 9, Box 422$, GirL
was as a
I only experience
fullback, Indiana and Jimmy Hunt, r .aI
high school player: and with Camp Mr. A Mrs. Joe Williams, P.O. -
tackle Prairie View. Box 443 tarke, Boy. r -
Pendleton Marines. He was a castoff -
from the Los Angeles Rams. DETROIT LIONS Roger Brown 11Irs.. Wallace Watts 2366

The future for LJpscomb looked tackle Maryland State Gail God- K'in rood StreetBoy.Mr. V .. .
; W
dark until he contacted Claude A Mrs. Jake Walker, rot -
gill Washington State end. GREEN -
Thrasher Avenue-GirL
former Illinois and Baltimore
BAY PACKERS-Bob Jeter fullback, WASii&Ks :)r !
backfield star. Picked up on a $100aler Perdue. Mr. & Mrs. George Webb 1481 R24th FAMOUS ACTIVATOR : '
Iowa; Richard Brooks end :
\\ by the Colts, he rose front AbnerHayes
to become the mostIl'al'ed Mr. A Mrs. Graham Thomas 658
halfback. North Texas State. Lincoln CL GirL
football '
linesman in -
| pro BEARS Charles Biv-
Mr. & Mrs. Macro Kennedy 3610
All Pro
and the 1359
a place on
Morris John
ins, halfback, Brown; Freeman RoadBoy.Mr. .
Farrington end. Prairie View. & Mrs. Charles Richberg THERE'S A STO RE NEAR YOU .
2010 Commonwealth St-Girl. O'K
Burton, halfback, Northwestern Mr. A Mrs. James Foster 102
1 Watch This down BALTIMORE COLTS-Don Perkins Street-GirL _
May '
New Mexico. Mr. & Mrs. Steve Allah 1742 E. k DOWNTOWN js L .P t
321 11 469 THE ANNUAL ALL-STAR PRO 21st SLBoy.Mr. 15 S. HOGAN ST.

BOWL GAME will be played San- S, Mrs. Samuel Thomas 5853 (AcrossfromNew Sears -
= 4 6 day In-the Los Angeles Coliseum. '
Begonia Road Boy. -( EL 6.2493 9
Fans will have an opportunity to Mr. &'Mrs. Floyd Monroe, 1769 I
5 3 Open Every Nile Till 9RIVERSIDE ,
watch the darling. feats of the Frances Street-Boy. .

4 6 fleet footed Lenny Moore of the Mr. & Mrs. Robert Gresham 2543 .
! .. t 505 S. McDUFF
Minosa Or. N.-Boy.
Baltimore Colts, the spectacular
(Near Lenox)
38 20 76 line, play of Jim Parker: and Mr. & Mrs. Norman Thomas EV 8-4524 I
"Big Baddy" Lipscomb of the 1801 Anderson Lane--Boy. .

Sometimes berSometimes UI Colts and J. D. Smith second best
be's clown yardage gainer In the league and CEDAR HILLS i SOUTHSIDE3625BLANDING ,USED APPLIANCES
He adds subtractsHe Abe Woodson of fee San Francisco BLVD. I 3316 BEACH BLVD. 2689 EOSSELLE ST.

works it all around 49ers, also Lamar Lundy of the (Across from *&*
FLORIDA: STAR f | (Near South gale Plaza) (Corner of King and Rosell)
Coming Attractions Los Angeles Rams and the Incomparable Center)
_- Jkn Brown of the Cleveland SP. 1.2880* 3 FL 9-6679 EV 9-8871

24-56-81 Browns. .... ..... .. .. .;.; IK,'EVERY: Open Every Nile Till 9 |I Open Every Nile Till 9 Open Till 6 P. M.

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Page Four THE FLORIDA STAB Week Ending Saturday January IS. ISM

For your next haircut Tisit the HELP WANTED I
I The Baptist Ministers' Wives Al- Artistic Barber Shop 619 W. Ash- MAIDS COOKSHOUSEWOHKEHS Why Continue To Suffer?

lianca will meet Jan. 18, at 5 p.m., ley. Phone EL 49231. C. C. I
in the home of the Rev. and Mrs. McCurdy Prop.; Charles Simmons NEW YORK RITZ
Ben Livingston, 1707 W. 10th Se. Mgr. We have many excellent Chiropractic Can Bring You Relief From
Sun to Tues. FIRST RUN I
Mrs. W. C. Whitten will conductthe positions open for good fe- "".
religious birthday rally and reports ROOM FOR RENT male domestic workers.8tea. 1 For who ,
girl \
made. Furnished Room, hot and cold I ,:. .<
-Ietc will be water. Single man or woman, dy jobs with nice private I was ever involved HEART TROUBLE BACK ...'r"( >" ,, ,
famalies who will treat
TEA TIM! EL 3-5220. and nice you ,with an older man... PAINS LIVER TROUBLEHEADACHES '{ ,
right provide a ,
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room.' meals and all privi CONDITION I
-tcI and Pauline Jones. APARTMENT FOR RENT leges. Salary t 0 $50 weekly AND OTHER COMMON AIL- t' < ,
The Junior Lodge 131 will spon- 4 rooms, lower. Hot & Cold: to start. Transportation to ; -
A sor a Million Dollar Tea Sunday water, wired for Electrio stove,,, New York advanced. If you ANY LONGER. LET US PUT ,, \
Jan. 17 in the basement of the St. 1332 Davis St. (rear). PhoneEL looking for good sleep-
I 41e41t Stephens AME Church from 4 to 6 4-6404. in job contact Florida Do- HEALTH ',>, I
Contestants are: Jerome Clyde
p.m. mestic Supply, 2622 Hemp- Visit Our Modern Clinic
David '
Crawford, Leon Calhoun stead Drive Lakeland Fla.
t .Alexander, Odessa Ray, Ann Phyllis ROOM FOR RENT
Colemen, Audrey Lawrence, Nice room respectable single telephone MU 33389.;;
t .. ./) A."J KIM FREDRIC
ii7 trI J.L.T.JrJ FRATERNAL NOTESMT. working man or woman. 808 Acorn DR. W. F. WEAVER !
t St. Conveniently located near NOVAK MARCH
A tip of the Pepsi Val ARARAT GROUPIN bus line. Call E1.8836. Lean Road II' .". ..+: _
to tbeaemake outind% RECITAL SUNDAYAT E1 1 wnuu hI
'om1r A.mIlIeau, 111M MACEO TEMPLE In Choice Location $ PIIOOUCTU I CCIlIIIII PICTUU '
our country art Members of Pride of Maceo Temple HOUSE FOR RENT Beautiful. B. 3 New Bedrooms HomesC. AND HEALTH CLINIC EL 6-7830
8 will 475 W. 19th. St. 2 story frame
i our community a bettor: 186 and Mace Lodge ,
place lawhkb to Hr., present the Mt. Ararat Quintet in home ea.. oond. 4 apfcs.. Good Hardwood Extra large Floors Lots 518 Broad Street Between Ashley tit Church
recital Sunday, Jan. income prop. Price reasonable.
after service
:L* ** *.* an 7, at the Elks HaDe, 712 W. Dural David S. Reynolds. Realtor. 3633 Directions Good: Go Moncrief Terms to 45th C

,. ...... ic SL Pearl St., El: S-225S. St.Turn left to Springrove Are.
"' This well knovm grow 1ria'reo- Turn left to Mclean.
der a program of gospel music. Advance Open Sunday Afternooa f
tickets may be earcd frost. FOR REOT Grover S. Balfour Broker TtCHNlbBLOR*
iC members of bothWedding groom. Furnished House or room. Call 5-5537 Yen Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
4-1 T17 after < pm. Friday or PO
Bells ell .. ar.arltaT.lAJI 6324 Main St:

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,. l'", ItiS B. nmd.Fl a.'11. ...... When You DoeterCM ::iI : DRUG STORE NEEDS

)f. )ala Hairy, *& IqubfaML ,ft., fcfc*. C. 1.Lk ll.t .. IxpetiMM l P1i la.i.'. .
.! I I. mi MORMattfcew &) and Booiaa ErnMlt.. MH'..r cgKea : ao.d Inctruc To FlU YoorAccording Praceiplio.s .
fo W. OIlNIt Aye., 19. /00 \T. Be
tribute ii paid tc :Ida of the I' Ro t. J. Demis, tit****** 0L, <... PO S-2966 Orders. Wo TJae Oely WE WILL MEET ANT PRICES ADVERTED
4-4 grade class. SM is a member X sad lama P. Bfcrtwk, SIFranktn OtiLc i H- '5-7742! '' The Beet Quality Drags '. Al YOUR LOCAL PAPERS
0 of the variows activities NHJL, It., 7S. Dr. C. E. SlaskPsoprfetor :
Clee dub, Yew Book dtb. ant We Deliver We AIM FBI AB Det.M* FreMxiptten .
attemds Utile Rock Baptist '
(Church. We wish! to extend omrcoxgpratulatiow 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO lImB TOLILLY'S

to you. Dixie Pharmacy

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F9GI Kings Road ELgtt 38276 PHONES EL U3TI.M.
: Cosmetics Bubbe Goods Candles IhacJttu PAY YOUR LIGHT' WATER AND TELEPHONE

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Low as 65c Per FootNo
LUELLA SPENCER Down Payment Up To 36 Months To Pay
Matthew W. Gilbert Phone FL 9-2529 I
Pepsi Cola Dealers and Pepsi

Cola: Bottling Company are proud athes. the most copiedstereophonic
to salute Luella of the 12-3 class

f grade.She is a majorette, a mem- STRANDSunday
ber of the Honor society, Young
Women Council, N.HA., Student thru SaturdayJan. equipment
17th to 23rd I
Council, and the Teenage Clinic. BIG RACIAL DRAMA! .
Study hard Luella so you can Belafonte Fight Robt. Ryan! :;
have a good academic report. 1 1st Jax Showing .

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Matthew W. Gilbert
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class. She participates in many .
activities and continue to keep .Rlt t
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leadership. She was elected ? Only $10.09 Down
homeroom president for her class.
Many of us would like to see yom Plus 2nd Big Co-H! *
octinue; your leadership. $9.75 Per Moimih

*,, "* GLENN FORD *tfEBEJIE REYNOLDS 'Ji1 ris hrxarkMM tal waWt cabinet luzu.c

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Listen To Pepsi CINEMASCOPE I finMt in reopkoo4C c bone _tertni..- .t .
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: Music-Quest Friday Roosevelt Skyview Sun.-Tues. ? Y dUD her and < perfectly matched higW&fitj)

Nites 10:30 to 11:00 2 Technicolor Hits! : -r, ,,... -/ .k k, c rt. Tie attractiTc tambour leers were
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ir' For Phone Request poR.oY taite. Cabinet dimension: J 2Jl"! Lijli,
)ANDPJDGE 74 '" wide, 17'j"decp.Regular .
EL 6.0461.2

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t.ll. Free Stero Records With Each Purchase $3.50 Per Week I

r .j Stateand Pearl Appliancer;

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+v / IB aMe eg11'lreeldt7 Manton plus FREE PARKING 829 PEARL ST. CORNER STATE & PEARL OPEN
In the All Negro Audie Murphy Hit-
"The Wild and the Innocent"Win SHEEL STATION 6-0489 '
Comedy Riot- STREET A.IVI.
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