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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:
February 3, 1962
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00596

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
February 3, 1962
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00596

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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Segregation and jim;crow signs scattered allover I this week entitled, "The Unequal Bridge" states ___

Duval Medical Center will undoubtedly be the next form that prior to 1954, the employment of Negro police Yw n ', ?_e;< 1! e

- I of racial inequality the Jacksonville NAACP Youth officers in the South was on the rise, but since that

Council will attack.--and will probably bring suit time. the rate of hiring Negro officers' has decreased to

to wipe it- out.. .__ ._.: _..J .an- alarmipgly low rate..' I I
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Contrary to a high court I The, report was prepared Fatal Stabbing
the ,
been making'a survey of rt
ruling which decreed that by Dr. Elliott M. Rudwick
downtown variety and department -
there .shall be no segregation a former 'faculty member at ProbedA
stores and hasou'nd Being .
in public-supported the University of Floridaand
that many .of them MAKING FARM PLANF FOP f YFAP Like thousands of other good farmers. Mr. and Mrs.
buildings, Duval Medical now employed as. associ- old Jaxon who
either failed to pull down 34-year Plumer Jones of the Lake City. Fla. area are now rounding out their farm plans for
Center (which also receives ate professor of of wide-
sociology was the object
... their rest room Jim-crow ...... the year.. This includes. taking an inventory. of their. resources and establishing_.,.,;,..
Federal ,
.aid. -i.s 4at;: :- south arn Illa4dls spread-tbrea-cf'by rtisea'rcay .
: diversified
: 'fcoals for" their 77-acre farm. Assisting them are their farm and home'
sighs or have-pati. .. +th.eilicki'. -* '. -- .
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| virtually plastered with University. local ce'investigating'r
: poli demonstration Left to Alfred and
.. agents. right: Vayne Regina Sinpkins grandchildrenMr.
signs calling for Citing the 1954 \
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segre- S.
up.It was made known that the ; J and Mrs. Jones; McKinley Jeffers, Extension Service farm agent; and Mrs. Virginia -
b gation. Supreme Court's school r
c Youth Council which has D. Gardner, home agent who has recently been assigned to Pinellas County with

4 The rest room facilities increased its membership by desegregation decisionsas headquarters at Clearwater. This is the first time that county has had a colored
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are segregated. ;' there are having eliminated "newlywon I .
\ nearly twenty-five percentis home demonstration agent ... __ .
separate waiting rooms for gains" of Negroes in '
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.4 hite and colored; separate deeply concerned over the police field Dr. State Department Concerned Berrier's Hires'
: \ the fact that downtown i
drinking fountains ; Rudwick's survey further : I
stores have failed to w;;
separate interviewing stated that it is believed Another
windows for white and employ Negro sales peopleor that the high court's i Over Scarcity Of Candidates NegroIn I

X upgrade'Negro workers.The i I .
colored and the employees actions had snuffed out : t '
Youth Council spokesman WASHINGTON---Expressing deep concern over the small1 keeping with a true
/ cafeteria refuses officers chances of
said the group is becoming Negro number of Negroes and non-whites in its Foreign Ser- democratic and community
to serve Negroes exceptin becoming of further importance -
dissatisfied 'with ; JAMES BLACKMAN vice Department the Department of State has taken spirit Berrier's Ice
a segregated depending 'in the Southern
corner the failure of downtown ,,- .. .Under Investigationthe several steps which it hopes will alleviate this Cream Company with stores
on the whims of scene.
merchants to provide employment fatal Saturday night deficiency.. located at 1100 Hogan and .
those in attendance. Rudwick's report further I
opportunities for stabbing of another man Included- in them was the 217 W. 8th Sts. hired its'
i
After conducting a surveyof revealed that many agencies served by predominantlyNegro
Negroes and their main- was apprehended by policein Department's conference second Negro employee
the racial conditionsat forbade Negro officers to colleges had 54 can- .
tenance of' segregation. his 1315 Davis St. 'last August which included recently it was learned
DMC. a representative arrest white offenders;. didates as compared with
policies. home Tuesday. top leaders this week.
Df the NAACP Youth Council I failed to award credit and Negro and 44 from these same schools /
In a special interview, I James Blackman is being representatives of national The Berrier Company was
tried unsuccessfully to promotion on a scale equalto taking the exams in 1960.
the Youth Council spokesman held in jail 'for homicide"" agencies coupled the target of a citywide
obtain an interview with white officers and The West Coast produced
said the group is investigation into the with an increase in the boycott beginning last
the hospital's director. usually assigned Negro 10 candidates with six--
getting ready to start a fatal stabbing of his number of Negro colleges September as the result of
who dismissed him with the officers "exclusively to coming from San Franciscoas
series of what he termednew neighbor,, _San Robinsoli,::.58. --especially predominant its owner-operator's refusal -
observation that Rev. Negro neighborhoods.It noted above--and the
type demonstrationsand 1317 Davis St. Homicide Negro collegesincludedin to hire Negroes,
Wllliams (NAACP president) was also disclosed that East coast, helped by
.J a boycott ''plan that Sgts. W. C. Barber and the college visitation despite the fact that the
Jjknows, rbout the situation. in 1954 there were 536 New York's turnout showed .
will be more effective than ,F. A. Gruber arrested ,program.At company depended upon a
A spokesman for the "Youth uniformed officers in 146 i a total of 35 candidates.
.1 I any in the past. .the suspect. the same time a better than a seventy
Council said the group has Southern cities and 646 The State Department has
Police reported witnesses special recruitment trip to percent Negro patronage.
officers in the same hoped for a much larger
singer faced a maximum testified Emma Bins and five major cities by two Following the management -
Police Raid communities in 1959. number of examinees
prison sentence of eight James Field went to Robin Departmental officers last 's willingness to give
S Credited with increaseswere especially in
years and a' $10OOO fine son's house and asked him fall was made generate certain in to the demands of its

Was///ega//// / Uf found guilty on all Jacksonville, Florida what was it he said about1 interest among Negroes and Negro patrons, the Youth.
few
4 counts. Miami, Fiorlc a, Atlanta, areas.Jackie
Blackman and the food he 'to find a number qualified. Due Council-STAR boycott team

INDIANAPOLIS. .Ind.--Nar- Charles, jereral weeks Orleans and- Mobile Ala. was buying. for direct appointment to suspended operations a-

cotlc charges against world ago, had his room 'raidedby While the matter was being positions in the depart- gainst the company.

fated, blind blues singer- s' local police and it was* discussed, Blackman ment. However, a stepped up

V reported that'narcoticquipm passing by was called by Conduct Direct Count program for '62 against

nt and a small 1 another woman walked up _and Emma Bins to the Robinson To better learn the local companies practicing

quantity .of narcotics said she had just found a 's porch. Blackman is degree of interest among employment salary, service '

f 'were found. pocketbook with $10,000 in rP discrimination, and other
said to have asked Robin- Negroes, the chief examinerat -
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r it.Both son to come out into the each site of the Foreign forms of organized bias-,

2 Con Women women asked Mrs. Beh- yard and Robinson refused Service entrance examinations especially concerns doing

: ling tp put up $2,000 for business in
areas 'predominantly -
S saying he wasn't going to was asked to make a

Get $2,000 security until they could fight and for Blackman' to count of Negroes exclusively populated by. .
split the 10000. Police
.. leave the premises. on the basis 'of: Negroes will become
!f"j Mrs. Beatrice Hattie Ben- said the second .women went Witnesses added that Visual observation. priority targets of the.

'ft ling, of 1211ft W. Beaver 'to the home of the victifa Blackman walked up. on the City providing the largest* Youth Council-STAR spon-'
.i./
I Street was a liberal donor to get the bank book and: porch and ,sored demonstrations: until
musician Ray Charles were was pu shedj away number of Negro candidateswere ;
here of $2,000 to two women then.proceeded with victimto ,, by Robinson. all known inequities because : '
dropped this weekj: : New York 21: Wash! R
the
back where
the
I flim-flammers who promised Blackman was then-said to of r a c-e. are e-
when th e court ruled-- ington. 12: Baltimore,

following vigorous con-. to share $10.000 last Monday $2,000 was withdrawn by have returned to the. porch; 10; Philadelphia, 9; -liminated.

tention by hfs attorney police repdtted.' Mrs-.1J hling. caught Robinson, pulling Chicago 7; and San Francisco ---

David Lewis--that local Mrs. Behling was approachedon After the money was withdrawn him towards him and struck 6. v BASEBALL IMMORTAL. Jackie Housewives

the Robinson, still .
olice made an illegal the corner. of Main and suspect and victim bio a.blow with his knife. then the examining sites acceptingcongratulations
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t irrest, against Charles. Duval Etreets by a "woman went back to Main and The victim fell to the were grouped in a geographical on his '.

I The soulful recording who started talking about a Duval 'streets where th-ey ground and was later taken area, it was found recent selection to Watch For

tar, allegedly an .ad- job. The woman said she met the other woman abd; to Duval Medical Center, the area served by Big 10 Baseball's Hall' of fame,

t. itted .dope user sat. mute: 'worked at a local hotel. turned the money over to: where he pronounced Universities produced .only. will enter the Feb. 15-18!' '
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President John F. t
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'. ERIC O. SIMPSON...........................?.,.............Managing' Editor President in U. ?. history to name 'a Negro' tt.
7h\ : ALYSON J. WlSI..N... Ed.?o&r the'Cabinet, if Congress does not veto hippjanto.set

< 't HILDA WOOTBN..........................................Circulation Mann:.. \ :; un a Deportment of Urban Affairs.
r :The President blasted the solid
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((11'. Read..........?........?............J hont. ELglr.. 4-6782" iItti ii ii i 'Rules Committee to the new department
0 -- w'. at his press conference Wednesday .
Mr.xJng Addrtss: 11-L1LLIi1 and announced. that he would tact '

P. 0. Box :5 Jacksonville 1,.Florida immediately under his own power
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1 fg up Department.
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r MIAMI', FLA. 'PR 48195 OR -11! 48105 ((1! Under the law Congress may veto'
C.:. .. the President's plan within sixty

SUOSCRIPTION.RA-ES "...:..- days. '

G One Year.., $5.00; Half! v..:r, $3.00 The solid line up of all five Republicans
Mailed To You Anywhere Ir. Ths United States the House Rules Committee. against thePresident'
1 ubiorlptlon Payable In Advance. Send! Cheek or ,Money Order Tot, 4
s measure was a policy decision ordered
FLORIDA STAR-P. O. Box 581-JACKSONVILLE .1, FLORIDA"iTiBeQami
t. --' .- o't by the Republican leadership. The Committee
} ? h voted 9 tp 6 against the plan and the fl votes
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P 'Gas Tax
The fact that it was widely assumed that the

There' ono thing you can say with certainty President would appoint Dr. heaver to head the

C i about the motorist. He isn' t the forgotten Department was believed by some to be the rea-
rant! The tax collectors te and federal-- son the Republicans voted against the plan.

, f remember him wath a vengeance. According to this view, the Republican high

According to U.S. Bureau of Public Roads command did not want to help President Kennedy

I i estimates, tax receipts on motor fuel accounted s r appoint the first 'Negro. in history to a Cabinet

( for 64 per cent of total state highway post.In ,

\\ user taxes during the year that Just closed. his press conference President Kennedy said:
tt In terns of dollars,, they came to $ 5billion.And '1 am somewhat astonished at the Republican
I this wasn't all by any means- -for the leadership which opnosed this bill it is r>y .

. federal tax, of four cents gallon, added up.' L. understanding that all of the republican members -
THEIR TEMPLE OF HATE IS TUMBLING DOWN
to a bandsoire 2.4 billion. : .. --- of the Rules i Committee opposed the bill,
1 There is, however, a very definite question as .- ..- -. -, -: .. .. and I had gotten the impression two weeks ago

to Just how long thiP gm sc' is going to give after reading the reports of the meeting in

ever-increasing golden emis. "VTiile state and Oklahoma, that they shared our concern for rore

l federal taxes on gasoline have risen 50 percent -____-.--- Your Weekly effective management of the nroblerrs of two
J in the IOBI decade, tbo rate of increase thirds of our population who live in cities.

in gasoline consumption I ", hns. in late years, F.5 Horoscope ,Guide These cities are expanding and they face irpny

shown a subatwtinl de .line. For instance, when problems, housing, tronsnortction: and ell of
the federal tax was increased in 1956, there the rest, which vitally affect our people.
, was a growth rote decline in 40 states. The. .- By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER. : when asked would he apnoinf' Pr. leaver .tp head

I same thing happende almost identically when the new department, President Kennedy said:
I the latest increase vent into effect in 1959-- F __ iiT WHICH ARE YOUR .LUCKY JJAYS FOR -_ "Dr. Weaver is the head of the Housing /gency

states reported n conrumption fall-off. and was chosen for that .position because he had

f o ,,'hat'e seem to he \fl.f '.essing is an example BUSINESS LOVETRAVEL long experience. I think he has done an out-
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i of the ancient and irrevocable law of diminishing f -.. .. standing job. t
\ return. The combined federalstategas ARIES LEO may also be the main fac- 'This" would be the most important part of the

tax now nvcrngcs more than 10 cents a gal .ora March. ,,21 thru- April 19. f. July 23 thru Aug. 23[ tor if a marital or part- new agency. If we did receive the authority
less shift to the I would appoint Dr. Weaver to be the Secretary'
lone Fo motorift.H; drive or I 0I I 'nership showdown is provoked .
Due to the disturbing As the whole month is
smaller cars ,,1m! povernrent: in the long run, I I at this time. It
planetary aspects that, are more or less slated. to
is a major loner.REFORMS slated to dominate through. follow the same pattern would not be very prudent

t. out the month you should that was outlined in the I accident hazards to remain l r
LONG OVERDUE '
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continue to conduct your first quarter, this

, ; private life,; ,and per- I for a code of behavior your home.

Sr f Public welfri.ren many instances--has become sonal or Joint economic that is a model of tact,

0 racket and fe disgrace in this country. So. affairs with more than J friendliness and co- 13077I25=137 I 3J r NSY.

I; everyone wiJth a sense of decency and honesty customary restraint. The I' operation. If you desire SAGITTARIUS. 0 &'
i should welcome elfare Secretary Ribicoff 8th offers the only bright to expand your sphere of I!%.sutn> Nov. 23ihru Dec.
: Attorney Gary D. Jacobs, Grand Fsi
t ,;1 announced intention to make so'/ie drastic I spot, and even then you ;, personal influence and! Vyou; may be enabled 21\\ Fraternity; Mrs. Vejma Jeter Indianapolis, Orange, Texas, president Basileus Ladies Omfga Auxiliary Phi
; changes.As must make sure that you activity, you con better i r j "think straight (8th) of the National Dental, Association; and Theodore A. Jones, Chicago,
HI.,president National Insurance Association,endorse The National Foun
the Portland Oregonian sums up the Ribicoff are not'I being driven toextremes do so through the good :! you are compelled to datton-March of Dimes. Funds raised In the campaign are used to sup
program, it will consist both of administrative by your emotions. offices of public rela- an important decision before port medical care program, professional education program and research*
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new authority to put relief recipients to work T TAT.Forir '.'r! groups, or powerful as- !!:i ter, take your position r

on community projects and bring a halt to the r! JJ prn 20 ,thru May 20 o sedations. 'J t without equivocation, and

upward surge of relief spending, He hopes to I Turn the tables in your l i I' 4-10-88-13-78-418: !I permit no one, or nothing,
end the phenomenon of chronic relief families favor, the troubles that i:. vlUiA :: to pry you loose from it fP

I who live on lumdouts from generation to gen- beset you during the pre- Bern Aug. 24 thru Sept 23 j after the 9th. There are td now it$ Q

ration, to put a new emphasis on providing ,incentives vious quarter are far from I' You cnn brine certain negative influences infiltrating .

for%gett4ng off relief and to build a inactive (8th). You will stabilizing forces to your subconscious,

'sense of self reliance among relief reci- have to be more watchful I bear, and no time should :I and they can lead you into r i r r Peps
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pients. than 'ever not to invite : be lost in finding an committing gross error of ?a w .a I a.

This is an ambitious\ program, and it won't be additional complications, ;' area of agreement (8th). judgment if you allow them for those

f easy to put. into effect--welfare is shot or to create new problem 'I Confusion again seems to to sink in too deeply (10th who think

through and tnrough with politics, for the sad that could threaten your j I grip ou with a'n unshakeable 11th). young
reason that the vote of someone who makes a professional standing and |'I hold for the 6-40-11-12-67-f41

career of 3ivinr off the public treasury is as close associations (9th{ balance of the period, : ... CAPRICORN
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valuable ,ts ib! ** vote of anyone else. But it is I thru 14th). I and this is.when it wouldbe Born Dee. 22 thru, Jan.. IS: '
. C't. that is sorely needed--and that is l -
unwise
: program 2-80-99-14.28-289, for you to adopt All -sorts of lures may be :
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"I long overdue. ** extreme
,,' GEMINI measures to pry strung across your path.
; I Ir t om .Mar '21 thru June -1'Many ,. yourself loose, especially 9th thru 11th, the better
,
!r 1 S. things change l "(om, on the 13th and 14th. to spring the trap on the
JUST HORSE SENSE I
but their substance, does I 850441946854wi ". 13th. This is bound to be a :.
ii i not. With minor rectifi- i, LIBRA I day of surprises, and, if

I NO one\ can say whether or 'not the cold war will cations, the conditions Both'Sept, 24 thru. Oct: 23' you are wary, you may even
: that prevail during the "No matter how'temp'tlng manage to turn some of them ,
hot. But be said with
I t'"rn' one thing can cer- x ,
preceding quarter will the game looks, ''whether in your favor. r'
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; to.lt'ty: The ooH war will untensify in its ,
th arid continue to dominate it be at love or in play, 28055559285
severity, as < Free world; the Communist .
, during this one. This prudence counsels you to QUARKS .. 'A.' ( k'4S -
J 1id compote f..r power, influence and survival. .,.;
: n result of this, our military budget now means taking advantage of I look twice before you I Born Jen 20 ihru Fob.. \\ "

jr"'roacncs th'iO billion-a-year mark There favorable openings, if decide to participate. You will find the going)
and when they develop, or lth all the adverse aspects rougher and rougher. Try
-likelihood ci.at. it will grow still greater. I I
: !r; c!< Jtr these conditions, the most fundamental Just sitting tight when in full force during not to be too tigid in your
there is no trace of them '' this second quarter, it I ambitious drives when you
i kino 'of horse se;: e demands that all avoidable (
to be seen. seems as if everything is begin to notice that your
"nment spending be eliminated, and that r
I '!' tense appropriations be pared to the i,, 5-90-33-17-71-593*___ |i rigged against you. Your goals are far from the -.
... ..I1.t.. !I I CANClSrBora i. Judgment! will not be ideal" ones. Even if you are
1 1 Step one in cuch a program should be to rid ourselves !I'l. June' .20% i&r& Julr 22(, .clouded, (8th). Even then, one of the Aquarians who
t The pressures"on"your it would be playing it reaches the top despite all
: \ of til* losses that are common in the I I j
pommorcial operations of the federal government feelings may be intensi- doubly safe to remain on I obstacles, [
/ fied rather than lessened the sidelines for the time
: /s: an example, tnk the post o.ffice. The. I j' ;
from now on. Not only being. 470221:36472I. : :
I annual deficit. dcspit the last increase S
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I could this affect I 7-20-99-15-93-729' 'F: :5-KENKNJdHT
your
annual dflficit despite the last increase in :
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i: financial affairs, but it | SCOBPZO ;|f'Kara Eeb.. 19 thru March 24( ,.
letter post-am rates**,/ runs to many hundreds of' .
r .. may also get you Jnvwlxcd Born Oct. ,34 An !f '. 24You 't if,*"*!:!"*,! n* vou arc t.lio'one Invites You To Listen To -
millions, It <"',+n I riatlunaUv i ? .rued that they .
eve I' 'J u ti f' i ,1 i
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not conducive to nonce of j than ever l h ;dfbr. Be par I : lp'd rur. r. 1"\1 .d f
to the ediuMitiori and enlightenment of everyone, At 7:00 P. $L Nfehtly -: '
: mind. tlculnrlJt circurzlct HI tu foot ;rt; : tow'li I Starting
[f J8i i! rind so need not be self-supporting. But it cannot Accept 'upcutnun: to 1 t *. ..*.. : t iraw"n .
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t i i i :other be post rationally office service--porcel argued that at post--falls least one bolster and material your resources. character, on I raid public within or businessircle your four'walln* ,II"' !':<, \'' M-inro than i f : i 1.400 WItHC ... WOlf :

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James Weldon/ Johnson Branch YMCA Prepares For Biggest Membership Drive 'In Its History

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C t., OPERATION ADVANCE PLANNING: With this year's,, goal set for the largest }membership enrollment in Williams, Melvin Brown Walter White Jr. EzekieL Bryant and John Myers. Group captains intlude:

its history, local civic leaders representing all phases of community life met at James Weldon Mrs. Ann McGee. Mrs. Ellen Connor Mrs. Susie Badger Miss Marguerite Dennis Mrs. Lucille R.

o 1 Johnson Branch YMCA last week to set-off a series of advance planning sessions. Drv E. H. Washing George, Mrs. Lersey Smiley Mrs. Josephine Spatenan, Mrs. Esther Marshall, Mrs. Jessie L. Russ

1t ton heads the current campaing as general chairman. Other leadership committee chairmen are: Dr. Mrs. Emma Smith. Ernest A. Franklin A. B. Bennett, Alex Anderson, Whittington Johnson, John Darby,

\\t t.J L. B. Childs. Sustaining Section; R. V. Daniels and Pev. F. D. Richardson, Section Leaders, and Willie Holmes Mrs. Marvin .Jenkins, Sylvester Henderson, Rev F. T. Md doo. Rev. Isadore Edwards
Wendell P. Holmes Associate General Chairman.
Divisional Leaders are: Roland Gibson Dean Charles Nelson Grant, Frederick Henderson Curtis Davis Fddie Coleman. Latimer Williams, Waymon Stone,

.1 T.nnrlnn Willi ms. Eugene Flaee. and Hueh Randall -

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Provincial Conclave was foremost in the minds of

, Silhouettes assembled in the home of Mr. and Mrs. ,. .

f b j{ Frank Floyd last Thursday evening. Mrs. Norma Bland J
I 1 Mrs. Hadassah Bullard and Mrs. Mary Floyd were. hos- The A. L. Lewis Branch Young -'Women' Christian Association .

) .r 1. tesses for the meeting. and ,the James Weldon Johnson Branch Young

Mrs. Norma White, Silhouettes president, preside; Men's Christian Association are carrying on concurrent

over the business session, with the agenda filled membership drives. and are soliciting the full support
.1t r r mainly with everts in connection rath the April 19-21 of the community. '

'/ Kappa Conclave which will be held in the city. Com Mrs. Florence Dixon is executive director of the A. I L

a',I mittees were appointed to plan' for the entertainmentof Lewis Branch and Mr. Thomas B. Hargraves directs 'affairs -
visiting Silhouettes and to assist the Jacksonville at the James Weldon Johnson Branch.
, t''I Chapter in other.ways.The ,

i usual game period was observed prior to the ser- .
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ving of refreshments, with Mrs. Norma White top scorer

'/ in the bridge session. Mrs. Fva'Rosier and Miss'M'ardlow were guest players

Other participants in the meeting included Mrs. Margaret when Mrs. Vermal McCone entertained Les Flites Bridge

1 Starkes, Mrs. Alma Johnson, Mrs. Carrie Parsons Club Saturday evening in her Begonia Load home. Roth

i, Mrs. Hannah Jones Mrs. Betty Howard firs. D lor- ladies were recipients of lovely gifts.

rtI .: :T es Mitchell, and Mrs. Beulah Joyner.A Mrs. Alvenia Fcriven, bars Marie McClain and Mrs.
''U.. surprise birthday party for Ben Durham, Jr. turned Flizabeth Simmons were winners of club prizes.Mrs. .

7 1 out to be an enjoyable affair for members of his Lois Avery, lrs.! Johnnie Mitchell: Miss Anna B.
POST HOLIDAY PARTY The Club
: Kapperettes Bridge ,, met Saturday night in the home of 'Mr.
-i'f and Mrs. Benjamin Powell, 1137 W. 30th, St. to celebrate their annual post-xmas party family and close friends who honored him Friday eve- % Minotee ,Mrs. Moxine. Jackson Mrs. Ann McIntosh, and

\ The evening was pleasantly spent with the playing of rounds of bridge and a tasty ning in his West Thirtieth Street home. Mrs. Virgina Gray.
/ served. Seated from left r Among guests were Mr. and. Mrs. Ben Durham, Sr. ; t
menu was
are: Mrs. Lelia Mitchell, Mrs. Shellie Williams, Mrs. .
.i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Durham; iir. and Mrs. Edward Durham -
Mattie Montgomery, Mrs. Leola Powell, Mrs. Loretta Argrett, Mrs. Eleanor Davis and
I, ,i'f Mrs. Annie Ruth Brown. Standing from left: Isaac Williams, Benjamin powell Arthur ; Mr. and Mrs. John Parrott; Mrs. Lois Avery; Mrs.
Janie Avery; Mrs Thelma Menendez; Mrs. Dorothy Logan; -f TzM
and
Montgomery, Marvin Mitchell.
.. Mrs. Gladys Nelson:Edward Durham and Willie liuea.Jr.
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Samuel's Nursery Classic Lassie, Bridge' Wedding Bells i Pt

1 Opened For Business Club Held: MeetingThe Applications for Marriage
1t Licenses Six guest players participated in the regular meetingof t
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Samuel's Classic Lassie Bridge Gems Bridge Club held last Friday evening in the
Nursery and Play Johnnie W. Kizer, Erin, Tenn.,
home of its president. Miss Zelma Johnson: Mrs. va
held '
Club its first
SChool 1559 w- 23rd St. iq 26 and Daisy L. Chappell, 1605 ,N.
i t licensed and offers first meeting of the newyear.last 6th St., West Point, Ga., 33. I Rosier Mrs. Margaret Starkes, Mrs. Cleasie. Hickson r
rate services to parents week in the "home of Alphonso Jackson, Jr., 1910 W. Mrs. Geneva Wheeler, Mrs. Sallie Baldwin, and Miss
Mrs. Sarah Wright on 23rd St., 22 and Patricia Grahan, I Aretha Johnson made up the guest list.
desirous of giving their 3830 Spires St., 17. .-
Japonica Road. Mrs. Catherine Jackson, Mrs. Lillian Davis and Mrs.
childrenxpreschool edu- Lester L. Kearney, 1338 W... tri -
(4iI Alvenia !
Scriven were winners of club prizes, and Mrs
The heard various
cational and religious group 19th St., 37 and Frances' Bailey,
/ ,training.The members'report on their 1984 W. '20th St, 36. Lydia Sweet was thethappy recipient of the raffle -
recent holiday activities, Robl Wells, 4239 Homer Rd., prize. lovely gifts were presented to the guests.
( t school's daily curricula and following the usual ,19 and Loretta E. Mickens, 4939 Members present in addition to prize winners included t. S : A special
Includes hot meals, sleepingcots Campenella Dr., 18. -
f music, pickup servicein business session, roundsof Joaquin Barreras, 620 West Mrs. Sylvester Bossard Mrs. Myrtis Thomas, rs -----5A
bridge were played. Church St, 25 and Patricia And- Joyce Lawson and Mrs. Marie McClain.The t i
,1J addition to child care Prizes were won by the erson, 514 Odessa St., 21. very: delicious "down home" menu made an hit ii'- a Si
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Persons interested In obtaining Shoshones Celebrate Festive Event I
1 J solation Mrs. Joan Stir
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Spaulding; second honors,
J1 contact George Samuel _
Mrs. Juanita Williams and C : wry t
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Mrs. Margaret Mathis, J.S.b .
Mrs. Willie Mae Samuel first prize. Members drew S S_ 4 $3.00 ONLY Per Bctt4elx
t EL5-8158 at night. .
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S S e\NNU\L EVEiT: Officers: and members of the Shoshones Social and Savings Club hetdtheir*

I I a'inual post Xmas party Saturday night in the home of Mrs. Ophelia Johnson, 1630 UniohStreet. Order Now! Order Today! Order Now!
f gore than 100 guest attended to enjoy,'the festive social evening which How

; 2-5'7's, 1-Coter, Mlick & WWte $8.95 ed a brief business session. included in the above photo are Mrs. Viola McTeer, Send $3.00 in cash or money order to

'. president; Mrs. Margaret E. Brown, vice president; Mrs. ffinzell Clark, recording Lena'Horne-Jax DivisionP.O.

R f '1-810 OpaKaie' & 3-3-5's' $$5.95 secretary; Mrs.- Veola Hart, recording secretary; "Mrs. Elouise Johnson, financial Box 561 ..Jacksonville> .) I..,. Florida

I secretary; Mrs. Legurtha Jordan, treasurer; Mrs. Cordie jackson, social treasurer; '. /
Mrs. Johnnie M. Law, emergency treasurer; Mrs. Georgia Scott, business manager; Mrs. NameStreet-- -----.-- -- -- -----------------'
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!i Commerical-Weddings-Protrqits' ments committee; Mrs. Ophelia Johnson, Mrs. Thelsa McGowan and Mrs Mozella Buckman, -- --------------------

bereavement committee; Mrs. Isabell Hardwick, Mrs. Miriam Williams, irS Willie M.
1 1I 1i I '" :515 Da TlS 8t. 4-18M. ; 4 TObe, Mrs. Annie walker, Mrs. Betty Colleton, Mrs. Nancy Green and Mrs. Lila Gatson, City '$ .State- _:..__. -- --- ------ -

members. The next regular meeting will be hosted by Mrs. Edna Lewis, 2035 Baldwin St. ./.

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Organization Aid UL's. Annual Drive Direction By J. Reddick j



I CHURCH A Sense 1_ of Value

C ww4, i'' i. I once heard a man say that he came up to a group of
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MEWS -.t'_.. boys once, just in time to thwart an attempt of a big.

rd S_/ ; boy to trade off his nickel on a little boy for the

I p I. little boy's dime. Whatever moral principles are involved -

.. I'F here for or against the trade, we clearly see

Miss Jacqueline I. Fort will be featured in a vocal that the little boy had not developed a mature sense

recital Feb. 11 at 8 p.m. In the auditorium of St. \ of values. It is perfectly normal to find an immature

Stephen AlE Church. \ .t sense of values among little boys. But I am very uncomfortable -

She will present classics, semi-classics and spiritual -. when I think of so many of us adults as

! selections. :T well as youth who have" not developed an adequate sense

4The program is being presented by the women of St. of values. We too. place top premiums on the largest

Stephen Church with Mrs. Jennie Vee Crockett servingas number the biggest in size, the most in quantity and

chairman. volume we even value persons by their economic posses-

x x xI sinns. size: of their___ __ bank___ account_ and the vnlnmp nf
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I their material wealth
possession, our 'Monopoly'' "
No one deserves better if

The women of Mr. Zion AME+ Southside, met recently he does not evaluate that which gives us an open
7r road to success physical
with the pastor to organize the annual women' Day which he possesses on the ;
which affords us
observance which is scheduled for March 25. proper basis. No one can strength

THe steering committee e1' ct"with Mrs. Mary Hicks' progress unless he begins opportunity to share. a

"as chairman and Mrs. Lorraine Armstrong, co-chairman. where he is located. Na needed service wherever

Other officials for the annual observance will be ture is so constructedthat human beings are. it is

announced. : / whatever we have may pathetic to think of so

DEATHS AND FUNERALS --- 1fL I. be shared with others who many of us trading off

Woodlawn share hese values for a
Presbyterian HUCKLEBERRY, Mrs. Mary P. in turn their possessions "nickel. '

i of 1256 Hart Street. : = with us. Many timeswe

j Church Holes HAMILTON, Mrs.. Mary J. of pray to God for bles- Where who'are take many of us today -
the "low
12 14 E. ware Street. r x; sings while we are trading
road" of complaint and
JONES off His, Blessings for a *
Edgar P. of
By L. N. Pearson neglect
Sr. "Nickel. of that at hand

Church School will begin 9 A few values and look yonder to that
i JONES Edgar P. of 1540W. top are:
which we do not have. Eut'I
Sunday at 9 in the : }
I a.m. 5th Street. i life which we take for '

Westminster Hut 3066 WILLIAMS, Baby Sam WesleyJr. .. -.4 granated, hardly realizing 'the suggest high that road'we 'take

Woodlawn Road, Rev. Frank- of 1211 E. 3rd St. ..fF that it is our greatest smile of
making the
lin D. Wilson, director. WILLIAMS, Mrs. Mary E. i of challenge; time, which is applications proper

Church School will beginat 226 ChelseaSt.. precious, never waitingand of valuesat

9:30: a.m. Sunday in the ROBINSON, Sam of 1317 Davis no one can buy an the hand"ladder"using the stepson

Sanctuary at State and Street. ounce; spititual values, at hand
to climb to the
Laura sts. with T. V. WILLIAMS, Jessie of 2169 x a wealth-of unseen steps,

Huger, superintendent, in Broadway Street.. T ( helpers which work for us, WHY WORRY
a 4
charge. Friends and in us and in others; a
JCHNSON, Walter 1204 Clay ABOUT XMAS BILLrA
visitors are always welcometo Street. mind, "which all people do
# few '
: hours
spent in
come and study our GOODWIN s -- :- not have-an ent of our
Mrs. Bama._ L. of -' friendly conversation selling -
lesson topics with us. Route 1 Box- 171. own to analyze and orga- AVONS will providea

Rev. Franklin D. Wilson, TUNSIL, Gregory F. 6, of -. nize for the good of our-' good income. .

pastor, who preached a 2005 Lake Dr. Lake City. Call EL 6-88107: '
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very excellent sermon last : BELLINGSLEA, John F. of 7'Tx .
Sunday on "Prepare Now for 5864 Paris Ave. AIDS PUBLICorganizations SERVICES: The Alpha Wives and Jax urban League Guild were two local

the Treasure Hunt," will ADAMS, Peter of 1018 I making sizeable contributions last week to the Jax Urban League's

again bring the message Madison Street. current fund-raising drive of 15000. In top photo Urban League Fxecutive Sec- F 1 YES

Sunday Feb. 4 at the 11 WILLIAMS Samuel of 1781W. retary Junius Bowman. receives sizeable check from Mrs. Maurice Barnett AW's y

a.m. service. The United 2nd Street. chairman', while Miss Charlotte Stewart the club's Urban League committee chair-

Presbyterian Youth will COLEMAN Fred of 2032 man presents $570 check to Mr.. Bowman. Other members from left are: Mrs. Birdie Goody's does make the world's

have charge of a vesper Whither Street. Artie, secretary; Mrs. Helen Right vice chairman, and Mrs. Essie D. McCray, finest headache powdersyetGoody's

4 service in the Sanctuaryof PERRY, Miraof 413 E., president. (Extreme right). Check was, proceeds of. guild's annual Fantabulous % brands.cost you less than
other
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the church at State and Ashley ,Street. / A

Laura sts. Officers for PAYNE, Annie, of 2156 a

the youth will be Installed Commonwealth Street. Speeches, Awards FeatureS Stork -i'-:

during this service. Please BENNETT Mrs. Willie Mae

come out and encourage the 7405 Earl Lane. I. outers: Annual BanquetWith Deliveries

youth. YORK Mrs. Nora, of St. Mr. and Mrs. .Vandorie

The United PresbyterianYouth Augustine. one of the largest audience attendances in the Jenkins; 1778 Davis Street;

will meet Saturday, WATSON Deacon Henry P. history of the event on hand, Cherokee District, North Girl.

Feb. 3 at 3066 Woodlawn Rd. of 1523 Swift Street Florida 'Council Boy Scouts of America's annual banquet':' Dr. and Mrs. James Wil-

Parents are asked to have McQUEEN Janie M. of held in Matthew W. Gilbert's gymnatorium Jan, 25, son; 3622 Moncrief Road;.

their children on time. 1324 Causey Lane. launched what its sponsors predict will be one of local Girl. selves and society; health

Wednesday, at 7:30 p.m. SINGLETON, John Henry of Deputing's greatest years.Jax Mayor Haydon Burns gave, thewelcomin'g Mr.! and NMrs. Curtis which is basic to our ...

Midweek Worship and Study.We 5767 Harrison Avenue. address. -, Davis; 2344 W. Edgewood effeciency and a founda-

are asking all membersto DORY William H. Jri of: Highlight of tion for. our happiness and
the Avenue Girl.
evening'sprogram ;
introduced during the 2 POWDERS SC
425 W.16th Street. peace; special talent,
this service.All
support was the and Mrs. Sewal
Mr.
timely 12 POWDERS
Included Dr. JamesH. 25c
Main program
ASIA Marion of 1016 which is
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our perculiar
members are urged to be Street, Palatka. .address by principal speaker Lewis .Charles' E. Williams; 1405 W. Yth St. ;

,present '.Let us look JENKINS, Bessie of 1603 Prime F. Osborn in. Simmons,. L. R. Aarons, T.R. Girl.

ahead to do Christ' workin Kings RoadWILSON .. prominent local industria- Lowery. L. M. Argrett. J. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver John-

Today B world.' Mrs. Alice of list, and chairman of the E. Bradford, J. F. Patterson son; 1612 W. 12th Street;

.North Florida Council. Boy. .. 0G4 ,
1150 Acorn Street. George A. Mackey. a
The well coordinated pro- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tay-
Horace s. Williamson
LEE Lemmie of 131W. .
Roy.nl Crown 9th Street. gram which saw Rev. A. J. scout executive, introduced lor; 5422 Bunche Drive; .

Coin Hughes, retiring general the main speaker Boy. _
and
SMITH Willie James of i
chairman turn over direc- and Mrs.Carl Ricker- ,
Mr.
1557 W. 33rd Street. Robert Sewell district now itS Ir
tion of the unit's newyear's executive introduced son; 824 Baker Street; .q
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RM hHbdbudita to Dr. Jean C. Down- E. Simmon's conducted Mr. and Mrs. Wellingtons Pepsi

Rid Ash- ing featured presentationof presentation of awards. Williams; 4340 Bessie I
COAL the Attendance Trophy Circle; Girl. s'r
Other program featuredwere those
Glean Burning to Troop 51 of Ebeneezer Mr. and Mrs. Shelly Banks; .
made by the following:
CITY WIDI DtllVIKY .Methodist Church, Rev. Rev. Franklin D. Wilson, 1428 Harper Street; Girl. .who think youngKEV
Rivers pastor, acceptingthe Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Black
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ALL SEASONS ICE ft FUEL GO. honors. invocation; the Baker .- .__ _t
608 Ct. F.
Sip NORWOOD AVL SHONE PO 4-4511 Brothers in a musical ; Boy.
MOTHER DEVIfTEINDIAN
Troop 74 of St. Pius Mr. and Mrs. William ,, .
selection
; recognition of
Catholic Church was awardedthe unit Sallins; 1434 W. 9th Ftl: ; HEALER AND-ADV1SQR '
Court of Honor Award ; commissioners by Boy. Touch.of hes. hand will heal ,) *.'!dIther?
Commissioner George Mackey; Devine, has 'the.Godrpiven; Power*,to,hea1,,bifr
with Father Kyle, makingthe Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Camp- '
selection by the Ebeneezer ayer.Everyone welcome whit or&loredt
acceptance. bell; 1509 W. 1st Street Mother ice.
Quartet, and the closing ; Devine's home. What. you with
HO.ME IMPROVEMENTSCensfllidaled Citations for outstanding Gi rl. ... your eyes, your heart will :.believe.''Are you
theme 'The
services were presented in ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie 1 suffering? Are yousick? Do you qe& help?
\
Mo.Money DOHA Clock and the Boy." Do you nave bad luck?Bring':your problems to Mother Deyin 2today and $
the form of a beautiful Higgins 5757
; Marigold be rid'of tomorrow.
them She There 1
advises on all affairs of life. ?no
Bills placque to Dr. Daniel fOUR: DIMES, Road; Girl. problem so great she can't solve (how to hold.jrour job when-you have.
l.I. Bait lates Lauray, and statuettes to Mr. and Mrs. Charles .failed and how to succeed all your friends.and enemies,without'ask'

JIU.HFFEEpuineer. Quneteed Bruce R. Seldon Edgar WILL DO IT AGAIN Lacant; 5601 Brait Avenue; ing you a single word reunites the separated). Upon reaching woman-
All Ilrk hood and realizing she had -the God-Given
sal,. Austin'and A. C. Simmons. Power to help humanity.
Call II TI.a". FL 91422Mu Mother vine has devoted a lifetime to this work. From the four eorn-
,Pre' Estimates.
/ Den Mother certificateswere ers'.of the world'they ome to her. White Colored.,men and women of
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t Added nra,.!. 'Iills: .' tendered to Mrs. J. E. all races and walks of life.Guaranteed to remove evil influence.and bad
0tiri .' Meuse Mrs. Alice Williams Grand Opening Sale luCk. There is no pity for those knowing they are' in hard luck and
'Cagerts r' lays .I"'s. Itc," and Mrs. Eula Wilkerson. need help--ahd do not come for it.'One visit will.convince you.She gives
Chain Lint 'or Redwod fence lucky days and hands. lifts you out of sorrow and darkness and starts
Certificates for outstand- '
l.t aDd son jtFine Quality Vinyl Linoleum your on the way to success and happiness. If you are suffering from
MORTGAGES
ing services were given < / eohisxn,and cannot find a cure don't fail to see this Gift d Woman

"IE nl.ICE.'HEIE. .ITIElf FAI'L"' Kenneth Burns, J. E. Bradford ; kWarehouse Prices, who will help you.
Prank Chatmon .: IJgyine invites you to her home. .
1She" 11 te)l your Past Present Future Love Courtship
HEROHES HOME IMPROVEMENT COMPANY. Joseph Waiden Solomon 9X12 Rug $7.49 1
to
.. Lucky Numbers.. Lucky Days, MOTHER DINE guarantees
Small James Johnson Various Colors And Sizes Help '
ells Phillips Hiitnraj Archie B. Blakely. Rev.A. Located on the Southside on Old St. Augustine Road. In

Within 78 _tIe! of Jackloa' ll. J. HU Res, Chester A. Linoleum Warehouse And Supply 'Jacks.nvllle., ; .Florida.N" 'JIOTHER Look DEVWE for the. Palm Sign and Name {

Rl."t and-Sandej C.U'8'i.173Y: I II Bryant and T. R. Lowery |:5525 Beach Blvd.- Plenty Parking Space Take Bus No. 37 to 4431 Old S t. Augustine Road.. BRING
I district representatives. : THIS ADV. AND RECEIVE READING F03 $1.00. .
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IE For Conclave r rL : Educators Visit
PTA Congress Celebrates Its Preparing Kappa Here '

:' Gibbs i Jr. CollegeST.

, 35th Year February 22-i 24 .

PETERSBURG FLA. A

',', ( The Florida Congress of Colored Parents and Teachers I 12-man team of some of

will celebrate Its Coral Anniversary thirty five I the state's most' widely

IWJ" years.as a state organization February 22 through known educators as well as

24 (:1iursda Friday and Saturday) as guest of Palm a representative of the
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Beach-Hendry Council and District Eight. The' headquarters -, N -'- s ? Y'L Southern Association of

. ff1: will be at .Roosevelt Senior High School Colleges and Secondary
Fifteenth and Tamavind Streets. Schools (SACSS) will make.an

o': ,All.parent Teachers. Association intensive three day
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Units are re- evaluation of Gibbs
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guested! to send their cational.I School Sets Junior College February

isf'' presidents and a delegatefor 68.
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. 11lr each twenty five mem- New Registration State educational repre-

lr C. bers ,to this commemoration l ( .. .q _r; ,sentatives will come, from

p.. f\ honoring the founders and Registration for new V L the tate Department of

.Q all past state presidents.The students and reregistration Fducation. the Universityof

ladies are asked to for all students currently South Florida, FloridaA

\, wear coral or pink dresses I I enrolled, is in : and M University the

'. A.. to the banquet and the men progress at Stanton University of Fldrida,
are asked to wear light or Vocational Evening High Florida state University

C Palm Beach suits. School. The Evening High and Hampton Manatee.' Palm
.
Ii The Congress was organized School is open to all f : y, Beach and Roosevelt% Junior

in February 1927 adults of Duval Countyor 4 Colleges.
. t
t in Jacksonville, by Mrs. persons 16 years or Evaluators picked from

V Mary W. Blocker now older who have for various :(-:: .. the State Department of
t1 .. --/-.1" .: } La Sf
: ..t living in Chicago Illinois reason interrupted their ;." ;: Education include: team

663 East Groveland schooling and have a desire chairman Dr. J. T. Kelley

- Park with her son. There to complete their ; -.fif7: Director of Teacher Fduca-
\ ; t. : ipur .
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were four units cities high school work ,orlearn : tion Certification and

IJ represented at the initial a useful trade. t':: :; .5 Accreditation; Dr. JamesL.

Persons who desire to .. : Wattenbarger Directorof
J meeting; Isiah Blocker ': .., 44
School formerly Davis complete their high Community colleges; and

'I Street I School of Jacksonville school requirements may T' :ff I Dr. W. F. Combs Education

1 t ; Peck High Schoolof enter the General Educa- ,,: Fpecialist.

1 Fernandina; Excelsior tion program and follow 4 Fenior College repre-

1I I School of Saint Augustine the regular sequence until sentatives include: Pr.
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and a public school in graduation requirementsare Russell Cooper Dean of
1 PLANNING SESSION: Members of the Silhouettes Bridge Club were co-hosted
Thursday night by Mesdames
I Eustis. There was a nemr met. For persons who Liberal Arts Universityof
t 1 Norma Bland Mary Floyd and Hadassah Bullard in the home of
Mrs. Mary Floyd, 1924 W. 44th St. to
bership of 200 reportedat have a desire to do so, South Florida; Dr. M. C,
.1E launch a series of projects leading up to the Kappa Conclave scheduled to be held in Jacksonville
E this meeting. Today the they may enroll in the Refresher Rhaney Dean of Arts and
April 19-22. Members seated '(foreground) from left are: Mrs. Deloris M. Mitchell Mrs. Norma R.'
state membership of 23,441 Classes which are Science Florida A and M
classes White Mrs. Louise Guinyard, Mrs. Beulah Joyner and Mrs. Hadassah C. Bullard. Back row from left:
represents 251 units. preparatory one University; Dr. Payton
Mrs. Margaret Starkes, Mrs. Alma Johnson, Mrs. Carrie
Parson, Mrs. Norma
Bland Mrs. Gloria Parson
Those who served as presidents must take before takingthe Roberts Florida State
Mrs. Hannah Jones Mrs. Betty Howard, and Mrs. Mary Floyd.
are: Mrs. Mary W. General Educational University ; and Dr.
/f Blocker, Jacksonville Development or G.E.D. (Florida Star Photo ) Edward Cottrell Uni-
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The late Mrs. E. Bessie Tests. versity of Florida.

Baker Jacksonville Miss This year full-time trade Jax NAACP OfficeL:4' The four Junior college
Local New
Opens
l Sadye E. Pryor Pensa- training is available in Attorney officials on the e-
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*| cola Mrs. Charles (Mayme) the evening school. A Plans Feb. 1 valuating team are Dr.

t Williams, of MiamiMrs. trade diploma may be obtained : : iLZ Paul W. Allison Dean of

Elizabeth M. EspyJohnsonof in Cabinet making Mass MeetingRev. Instructions Palm Beach I

i. Miami Mrs. Dorcas B. Carpentry Radio and Television Junior College ; Dr.

I I' !J Jf Sanders Saint Augustine. Repair. Tailoringand J. B. F. 'Williams, William G. Chambers Director -

The expense per delegateare .Auto Mechanics. These president and the execu- of Library Services -

.{ I as follows Registration courses meet six hours tive board members of the Manatee Junior ,

$1.00; Rooms, (double) nightly and ,'co'nsist'of Jax Adult Branch of the .a College; President Brit- I:i

$2.00; single, $3.00 ; shoe work and trade theoryor NAACP announced resumptionof ton G. Sayles of Roosevelt I

i meals (Thursday Friday class room work. In their public mass ,- Junior College; and Pre- <;
and Saturday Lunch-7 addition E.T.E. classesare meetings with the first '5'f sident William H. Jacksonof

I meals) $6.50; banquet, open in Tailoring. session slated for Thursday ; Hampton Junior College. I

t _., $1.50 a total of approximately Upholstery. Shoe Repair Feb. 1 at 8 p.m. in Dr. Rlford Morgan of
a $12.00. and Vocational Sewing.The St. Stephen AME Church SSs ':SACSS is accompanying the
t
r } Unit Dues: State Office hoe Repair and Upholstery Fifth and Davis streets. r raT I roup. His services with

, Fe'e 4.50. Membership at are offered The public mass meetings : p a : the evaluators will pave '

r t 15 per member Founders Day' nightly and are open to will be jointly sponsored -g! the way for accreditationby

I't Donation 50% of amount all students on a part- "by the adult branch and a the regional group. Up

t}I'f raised at Founders Day time basis or three hours the Youth Council Rev. to this time no Negro

, \ Celebration (This shouldbe nightly.Of : Williams said. public Junior college has

I'f, I _mailed to the State special interest to Pastors of the city' s' been extended accredita-

\I Treasurer R. V. Daniels women are the courses in. churches have been requested tion by the regional
f
f Post Office Box 2573 Business Education. All to make an appealto .. { group.

\ Jacksonville 3, Florida ono business courses are their congregations ,?;:. ;
.r Sunday ServicesFirst
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r r before February 15, offered on a full-time this coming Sunday to sup- I

1962. so as to be includedi 'basis. Typing, office port the NAACP's! 1962 Born Temple 825W. .

his report to th estate machines secretarial programs both financially Monroe St.* announcesthe I

I Congress. training machine book- and actively. OFFICE WARMING: Attorney. Leander J. Shaw and Mrs. Shaw are poised in foreground as following services for I

keeping and accountingare Sane of the projects will they welcome a group of friends to Mr. Shaw's new office quarters located at'411\ Sunday: -

Atlantan/ Gets some of the areas of include voter register Broad St. Standing from left are'Dr. Daniel Lauray, Atty. Earl M. Johnson Mrs. Sunday School 10 a.m. ;

i I study. in the business selective buying canpaings Daniel Lauray Dr. James Henderson, Mrs. Janice Bell. Elcee Lucas Mrs. Genevie morning worship 11:45 f;
( department the latest a stepped jobsforquaiineoNegroes -
1 1 very -. -- up Henderson Thomas Hargrave. Mrs. Jerry Hargrave and Emmanuel Eaves. .-a.m. : YPCff. 5:30 D.m. : ;
UL. SEe Post machines and techniquesare program -
l Fvening. wor hlp7:3 p.-m'.
used. and a continued survey of Plans RecitalSister l .. I I
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NEW YORK Appointment of employment, salaries r I -

L Clarence D. Coleman of Tots Hosted.By and job conditions of Rosetta Cohen will TAX FORMS PREPARED f
Atlanta as director of the be presented in a voice-
concerns doing businessin
.
Southern Regional Office of Mrs. LucasLittle predominately Negro recital Monday night : For Your Convenience MOTORS '

the National urban League residential areas. :Feb5 in First Born' Income Tax Forms y
r r with headquarters there Church No.2, 1459 W.

was announced this week by Loaves of bread, baked from Union St. The program Prepared By SpecialistAt &
Dolly Dimple flour delivered by CARE, are issued starts at .
o'clock.
Jr. .
M.
,Whitney Young.
Kindergarten and NurseryPTA every day to thousands of Silver Star Liquors TRANSMISSIONS
A executive director. Sister Johnnie B. Jordanis
held their annual' drought victims in the Fars area I
5668 AVENUE B
Young said Coleman, who of Iran. Contributions to the sponsor and.Deacon R. '
party last Saturday in the CARE Food Crusade, New York L. Brooks will be masterof
and
for the past two a Od4
half years has been assistant home Lucas. of Mrs. Willie D. 16, N.Y., make this help possible. ceremonies. es 9QO
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director, assumes Gifts were. exchangedamong :- .3. SS S p to yD o .
his new post immediate ly.
members and their I
Coleman will be responsiblefor .
r guests and a variety of, ,
coordinating the games were played and a. EL 6-6000
League's regional servicesand
tasty luncheon was served.: !F _
rt programs in 12 southern I
The PTA met the fallowing .
states. He succeeds Mahlon ARC Inc. .435 E. BAY ST..
Sunday and made final plans
t T. Puryear who last month
for the annual Founder's. .
was transferred to NUL d 4 i. Ji ,
Day observance slated for MOTORS Installed !
headquarters in New Yorkas
f assoc'iate director in the third Sunday in 9

: February.The "
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charge of the League's
new slate of officers !
Transmissions
nationwide industrial relations ,
elected during the meeting: 4 4i
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program and 1 j
were: Mrs. Pauline Rullard
activities.. .. -. .
general chairman; Mrs. Ann .
'' Ealey, publicity chairman; BIG NEW DODGE-Dodge is re-entering the medium-price field with its new Custom 880 models, wiii SWAP Anything Of'EcnalVALUE i
Housewives which will go on sale at dealerships in a few weeks. Built on a 122-inch wheelbase, the new car is '
,r Mrs. ]dare Clayton, 'program more than 213 inches long. The Custom 880'is available in six models: a four-door hardtop (shown ; I IEL53733

I rI Watch Fop"Mr. chairman and Mrs. Dorothy: above), a two-door hardtop, a four-door sedan a convertible, and sixand nine-passenger station ',
-.:-- Perkins, co-chairman; and, wagons Dodge Gen Manager Byron J. Nichols said:his company's market studies indicate an t

I Ii Shopper Mrs. Rosa Jackson refreshment ; increasing demand for medium-price cars in 1962. '\ ': t
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Albany! State Prex>' Accused. I NAACP Junior Life Membership Drive Steps Up I.if Leroy D. Clark Gibbs Adds'



Of Having 2 Youths Jailed Joins Fund Staff New CoursesST.

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ALBANY, GA. After forty Albany State College NEW YORK Jack Greenberg PETERSBURG Studentswho

students were indefinitely suspended for their Director-Counsel of ,expect to enroll at

participation in antisegregation demonstrations here the NAACP Legal Defenseand I Gibbs Junior College for

last month, the Student Non Violent Coordinating Educational Fund the second semester may be

Committee (SNCC) protested their dismissals in a announced that Leroy D. J pleased to note that

telegram to Albany State President William'H. Dennis. I Clarke of New York City course offerings will be
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Charles McDew, SNCC Chair- has joined the Fund staff. available for incoming

man, called the college Second Semester ; Mr. Clark 27, is a 1961 freshmen transfer, students -
of the
graduate ColumbiaLaw
action "arbitrary, unjustifiable :, from other Junior
School. has
He worked
and a viola- colleges.
RegistrationSet since his
tion of academic freedom graduation in Basis for the expanded
the office of the I
and civil libert es. Attorney mid-year offerings is ,the
At GibbsRegistration General of
New York State.
number of
The suspended studentsand large applicantswho
.; { vtr Clark completed his under .
hundreds of Albany desire to pursue

Negroes had been arrestedfor for the graduate, work at City courses of study for their
College of New York in '
taking part in mass second semester atGGibbs particular needs. The

civil rights demonstration Junior College in St. 1956 where he won Phi Beta Junior College's large enrollment -

following the arrest of Petersburg, Florida has Kappa honors and a Tre- assures these 7

eleven Treedom Riders"outside been set for January 29-30, maine Scholarship. Before students of getting their
entering Law School, he
the Albany train Dean C. B. Keene of the tailor-made programs.

terminal on December 10. Admission Office, announces attended the New York Dean of tructions J. R.

Representatives of SNCC A continuous flow of applications University Graduate School Clarke announces the con-

had been in Albany since and requestsfor of Psychology under a tinued emphasis on the ,

Octobejr conducting voter applications is hit- United States Public College double track

registration schools and ting the Admissions Office Health Fellowship.The program. The program, con-
CALLING ALL KIDS Adrienne Belafonte 12, NAACP national Defense Fund legal
junior life
non-violent workshops. with -an indication that membership sisting of the Associateof
chairman, introduces 18-month-old Pobbie staff, with the additionof
Albany State president registration days will be Bell to a photograph of himself !NAACP's Arts and General
1962 junior life membership drive is Mr. Clark, has been
Dennis allegedly had sworn as busy as those allotedfor now underway. Fuch memberships cost only now Studies tracks, permits
$100.00. payable expanded to six attorneys
out warrants against SNCC first semester regis- quarterly and available to youngsters h.__up_ to 13 years old. students to gain academic
said Greenberg. The staff ,
representatives Charles tration. advancement at their own
Powell'Asked. 1 had been reduced to five I
Jones and Cordele Reagan A great percentage of : pace. 'Students who come-
last Fall due to the resignation -
for tresspassing on the present ,enrollees ,will f .1jl.t 1SPORTS To Extend Probe of Thurgood to us with limited back-

college campus. Another continue their studies at grounds need not fear that
NEW YORK The National Marshall to take a federal
SNCC representative. the college and a surveyof they will be competingwith
and the induc-
Association for the Advancement judgeship
Charles Sherrod, spent a applications on hand 1 COR ) the more advanced
: 3R of Colored tion of attorney Norman
night in jail on the fame indicates that a record @ students. our flexible
S.
... People has urged Rer. Adam Amaker into the U.
charge. number. of students from .. .-.. Clayton Powell to extendto Army. curriculum off-sets this
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neighboring will C. PARHAM type of thing" Dean
areas By JOHNSON
other southern cities Married to the former
Jaxon Gets I Clarke added.
enroll also.
L J. GARNER "NIP" SAMS is now the co-ordinator and his probe of discrimination Florence Gomez: of New York
Classes will begin Jan. Refresher work in mathe-
organizer the playground basketball leagues for the in the Dallas officeof City the Clarks live at I

Prison Term 31 following the two-day Jacksonville Recreation Department. "Nip" has long the United States 2394 Seventh Avenue, 'in 'matics and Fnglish have
registration period anda proven ro be of invaluableaid
dealt in sports as a player official and an interestedfan. Employment Service. Manhattan.Inspiration'. I '
to first semester
number of first
semester He has kept in close touch with the rules and is Thr # York Congress-
FERNANDINA BEACH Willie course will be offered I ITo students who desired
well acquainted with all rules changes. He is no noviceat mwho hea1 the House
James Brown of Jackson- again to accomodate first- strengthening in these
the game and he will be able to give Mrs. Emma J. Education and Labor Committee Kids, Says
ville, was sentenced to a time students. areas.
Hightower, the acting special supervisor ordered investi-
some real
five year prison term Total matriculation fees Jackie Robinson The College will open its
I help in the performances of his duties. CongratulationsJ. gation of the Dallas
January 25 for breakingand I I doors for registration
for the semester
are $65
f Gardner those who are acquainted .with athletic office after Clarence
your BOSTON Mass. Here with
entering with intentto for Pinellas and Manatee January 29-30 and classes
background do not doubt your abilitYIBASEBALL'S Laws, NAACP southwest Bob Feller to make a'
commit will begin January 31. -
a misdemeanor, students; and $80 for out-
TOP MEN GATHERED at the Roosevelt regional secretary ,
Theater series of public appearances -
following his trial in of-county students. Hills- Total matriculation fees
last Wednesday night for the charged discrimination in
express purpose of talking since their
circuit court herer range from $65 for Pinel-
students
borough who desire -
baseball and baseball it was.. Talks were made by Cy testimony before a subcommittee induction into Baseball'sNall
Brown, it wan disclosed, transportation will I las and Manatee County
Mann, public relations director ofthe hearing in
Jax Suns, Sam of Fame, Jackie
stole about $100 worth of add $15 to the out-of i I I students to $80 for out-of
rfolfson, president of the SUn Washington on 16.
January
Bobby Maduro general Robinson stated he hopedhis'election.would.be
items from a Callahan county fee for their total I county students. Tampa
manager-owner. of thejFuns, In, h..e.. Southwest ,
house last December 19. matriculation fee. Mayor-Cpmmissioner4Haydon \0 I :;, Mr -a I students can secure bus
I Burns, Jim "Mudcat" Grant: pitching ace of the Laws testified the USE source-of inspiration fo transportation for $15

.--.- .... .. -. -- .."--.. .-- --. -- Cleveland Indians, Bei Geraghty manager of .the Jax 'often stands between the',. the kids. per semester.

Suns, Camilio Pascual, pitcher for the Minnesota Twins Negro and better job op- "Maybe some youngsterswill

and C. Parham Johnson of the Florida Star. Ferving as portunities. It frequently learn of my strugglesand FLORIDA.STAR

4nowitPepsi master of ceremonies, and doing very fine job was directs Negroes into only I hardships when I grew IN EVERY

Johnny Shaw.SOMETHING v traditional and menial up. I .

when the baseball COLORED HOME .
NEW WILL BE OFFFRED season jobs.
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(orthoflethinkyoun __ be furnished free transportation to and from the f- i'I ,

ball park. This announcement was made by president cam ------- ".'.. ------

It Wolfson of the Jacksonville Suns Baseball Club. Buses '

will be used for the convenience of the fans thus BUSINESS DIREC'TORVACKs

=tR Y'lJEASF eliminating parking problems. for those who have cars FLORlOA -- '

,and providing transportation for those who don't have The Firms Listed Below and Throughout This Publication AreAs Reco'.r: pnrl'rI I

,Q cars. This is only one of the many courtesies that will Reputable Establishments. Specializing In Services And Products.

"offered by the club. "
..
FANS CAN REMEMBER THE COMING to town of Hank Aaron
...-600.. ._. .. ROYAL ART STUDOCL / IMPERIAL
-. ._ ..:, Horace Garner and Felix Mantilla back in 1953. Well SUNDRIES ....

fans can start looking forward to seeing other star B* 2NE:' *.'S9: <4 Patent Medicines Cosmetics

Negro players in action with the Jacksonville Suns. SIS CAVISft ZTREE All Leading Hair Preparations
WHEN YOU ARE 'ILL r ...
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.J =O(5:;"'.I1.; !: I
:' You S..1I: TH Beat Doctor One of them will be a former major league catcher with COR. BROAD & ASHLEY El 4.2159JOHNNIE'S

When Your Doctor Proacriboa the San Francisco ,Giants. Many of the fans remember : FUEL OILS ,-

Get ExptrUacod Phtiandiia that colorful performer Valmy Thomas. Manager Ben '
.. ROOMING HOUSE
.' To Fill Your Prwerip&au Geraghty named three others whom he termed as great BYRD & SONS tI t-
According To Year -Doefer'iXrdrt. :
All MODERN CONVENIENCES
V .:.. : w. UM 0s1yUr performers. Triple A baseball will bring something FUEL OIL,& BOTTLE GAS SERVICEWE '
s '
different the city. It will be SEllj Clean and Repair All Rooms by Day. Night or Week,
U e.. cliticProprietor The BM Quality Dnifa: At moire colorful and MAKES OF
27 West Ashley St. EL 5.4025
GAS
more polished with former major leaguers jon their way Oil and HEATERS \i ;

back up some way up for the first time and same: ; on 6334 Reillawn Dr. PO 49516.7 W* 1CHElRRY'S Ii

3 REGISTERED: PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOULILLY'S their way out. Those on their way out are still stars BAR
I INDEPENDENT OIL CO.I I : .
in their field. ,

DRUG STORE IN TALKING TO JIM "MUDCAT" GRANT the right handed KEROSENE 'HOME DELIVERY. -- .& Cocktail Lounge

1907 Kings Road ELgfcx 3-827C pitching ace of -the Cleveland Indians, he said that he Mechanic On Duty Cordial Atmosphere .

A COMPLETE LINE OF is a citizen of Lacoochee, 'Florida, and proud to claim JAMES FAULKNER, MechanicIKE Where Old Friends i Meet I.

Cosraetlci Rubber Goods Candies Sundries his home town. Grant said he played in a baseball JOSEPH, Proprietor 1043 KINGS RD.-EL 3-809 ,

PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND. DELIVERED tournament in Jacksonville in 1953 against New Stanton State and Jefferson Sis. EL 6-9432- M38 W. ADAMS -EL,"'-457 ._

High School and Matthew W. Gilbert High School. He said Y"IP. I
FUNERAL HOMES GROCERIESJENNINGS .
he was playing then with the Dade City team. Wildcat I (,

has gone a long, long way since that time. The old Andrew J. Huff Funeral Hone} MARKET

saying around Cleveland is "As "Mudcat" Grant, goes, r
the Indians. '\ 24 tJOUR ,AMBULANCE SERVICE Groceries and Meats I ,.

Skintona THERE IS QUITE A DISCUSSION going the rounds these Mary l. Breaker Mgr. ... Fancy Citrus ,Boxes I L
1337 Davis Street EL 4-6896 or EL 4-689
days as to whether or not professional football will Bonded and Licensed Shippers t k

take over as the 'great American pastime. Will baseball 1767 Kings Rd. EL 5-4278
LILLYS DRUG STORESA I\
biMtfensskfnt finally give in to football? Some mighty fine points ; ,,.

,- -- have been scored by both sides. So many minor leagues Complete Line of /
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have given up the ghost and died, and so many are still COSMETICS' RUBBER GOODS Jerico Pharmacy, Inc. ;,f

AAKB4SKIN BLEACHES panting for breath in their struggle to stay alive is f CANDIES SUNDRIES We 'Fill Any Doctor's; PrescHpHon I'
one of the points scored by the footballers. Base-
"OLD FASHIONED" Prescriptions Coiled/ 'for and Delivered FREE Pick Up and Delivery Service I .
bailers say the game is played the year around in the '

middle of the roads, in the front and back yards, on 'I 1907 Kin 9s Rd. EL 58276VON'S PHARMACIST On Prescription ON DUTY

j vacant lots and in parks by the young and(the aged. I
2jOija. .
: -: Hours 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Daily,_
SOME YEARS AGO THE DISCUSSION THAT Just. about every ,.. MER PHARMACY r
951 }iLDavis Street H 1.9268..
lighten djpfc baseball fan in the country was taking part in was the Free Pick Up and Delivery {Service t

+td.a powd.r way Charley Neal took over second base for the Brook- Store Needs .
For All Your Drug t
as. S lIt1. 0..11 lyn Dodgers. Well. it is agreed that Neal was a master I..D. HARRIS, RPHV Prop. MOTHER E. M. JONES 1 I

on the bag. then the 1962 season gets underway, he will .
s be performing for the New York Mets under the scruti- 'Open 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.-7 Days a week SPIRITUAL. I ADVISOR
Service Thursday-4
nizing eyes of that seasoned veteran Casey'" Stengel.The 2735 W. Edgewood Ave. pjn
432 W. UNION' ST. ft 4-0269
.......of s tagamofTHt Jf with tbt Ster". Mets are building for some strong" cQJDpetl tion.- Phones' PO 5-1582-PO 5.9267 ':"....... ." .

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State Prexy Accused. NMCP Junior Life Membership Drive Steps Up I I Leroy D. Clark I I' Gibbs Adds'


Of HcM':1g2;!: Youths Jailed Joins Fund Staff New Courses

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ALBANY, GA. After forty Albany State College NEW YORK Jack Green- ST. PETERSBURG Studentswho

students were Indefinitely suspended for their berg. Director-Counsel of expect to enroll at
I
participation in antisegregation demonstrations here I the NAACP Legal Defense Gibbs Junior College for

last month, the Student Non Violent Coordinating and Educational Fund the second semester may be

Committee SNCC) protested their dismissals in a. S y LEi iR i- announced that Leroy D. .., pleased to note that

telegram to Albany State President WilliamH. Dennis. : Clarke of New York City course offerings will be

Charles McDew, SNCC Chair- has joined the Fund staff. available for incoming

man, called the college's Second Semester Yes Mr Clark 27. is a 1961 'freshmen, transfer, students -

action "arbitrary, unjustifiable '. J graduate of the ColumbiaLaw from other junior

and a viola- TX School. He has worked colleges.

tion of academic freedom RegistrationSet since his graduation in I Basis for the expanded

and civil liberties. the office of the Attorney I
mid-year offerings is ,the
The suspended students At GibbsRegistration General of New York State. II large number of applicants

and hundreds of Albany Clark completed his under who desire to pursue

Negroes had been arrestedfor graduate work at City j
for the courses of study for their
taking part in mass second semester atGGibbs College of New York in I I particular' needs. The

civil rights demonstration 1956 where he won Phi Beta
Junior Junior
College in St. College's large enrollment -
following the arrest of Petersburg, Florida has Kappa honors and a Tre- I assures these

eleven "Freedom Riders" been set for January 29-30, maine Scholarship. Before students of getting their

outside the Albany train Dean C. B. Keene of the entering Law School he tailor-made programs.

terminal on December 10. Admission Office, announces. attended the New York Dean of Instructions J. R.

Representatives of SNCC A continuous flow of applications University Graduate Schoolof I Clarke announces the continued -

had been in Albany since and requestsfor : Psychology under a I emphasis on the ,

Octobejr conducting voter applications is hit- United States public College's double track

registration schools and ting the Admissions Office Health Fellowship. program. The program, con-
non-violent workshops. with ran indication that CALLING ALL KID Adrienne Belafonte. 12, NAACP national junior life membership The Defense Fund legal sisting of the Associate

Albany State president registration days will be 'chairman introduces 18-month-old Pobbie Bell to a photograph of himself NAACP.s staff with the additionof of Arts and General 1
Dennis allegedly had 1962 junior life membership drive is now underway. Fuch memberships Mr. Clark has now been
cost
sworn as busy as those allotedfor only S Studies tracks, permits
$100.00. payable expanded to six attorneys..
quarterly,
and available to
out warrants against SNCC -- _. youngsters up to 13 years old.
first semester registration ...,.. students to gain academic
said Greenberg. The staff
representatives.Charles Powell'Asked. had been reduced to five I advancement at their own
Jones and Cordele Reagan A great percentage of > 1 pace. "Students who come-
last Fall due to the resignation -
for tresspassing on the present enrollees will k&f& f.1 jl.teStORT 1 To Extend ProbeNEW of Thurgood I to us with limited back-

college campus. Another continue their studies at grounds need not fear that
YORK The National Marshall to take a federal
SNCC representative, the college and a surveyof they will be competingwith
Charles Sherrod, spent a applications on hand R F 4 Association for the Ad- judgeship and the induc- the more advanced
tion of attorney Norman
-1i ;.R. vancement of Colored
night in jail on the same indicates that a record students. Our flexible
j People has urged Rep. Adam maker into the U. S.
charge. number.of students from curriculum off-sets this
.
Clayton Powell to extendto Army. .
neighboring areas will By C. PARHAM JOHNSON type of thing" Dean
Jaxon Gets other southern cities Married tp the former
enroll also. I Clarke added.Refresher .
J. GARNER "NIP" SAMS is now the co-ordinator and his probe of discrimination Florence Gomez of New York
Classes will work in mathe-
begin Jan.
organizer of the playground basketball leagues for the in the Dallas officeof City the Clarks live at I
Prison Term 31 following the two-day matics and Fnglish have
Jacksonville Recreation Department. "Nip" has long the United States 2394 Seventh Avenue 'in .
registration period anda proven ro be'of invaluable
dealt in sports as a player, official and an interestedfan. Employment Service.The Manhattan. I
number of first semester aid'to first semester
He has kept.ln close touch with the rules and is 'it York Congress-
FERNANDINA BEACH Willie course will be offered Inspiration' I students who desired
well acquainted with all rules changes. He is no noviceat fa' who hea3-. the House
James Brown of Jackson- again to accomodate first- strengthening in these
ville, the game and he will be able to give Mrs. Emma J. Education and Labor Com- To Kids, Says
was sentenced to a time students. areas.
Hightower the acting special supervisor some real mittee, ordered investi-
five year prison term Total matriculation fees Jackie Robinson The College will open its
help in the performances of his duties. CongratulationsJ. gation of the Dallas
January 25 for breakingand for the semester are: $65 Gardner those I doors for registration
,
who are acquainted with your athletic office after Clarence
entering with Intentto BOSTON Mass. Here with
for Pinellas and Manatee January 29-30 and classes
background do not doubt your abilitylBASEBALL'S Laws, NAACP southwest '
Bob Feller to make .
commit a misdemeanor, students; and $80 for out- a will begin January 31.
TOP MEN GATHERED at the Roosevelt Theater regional secretary,
series of
following his trial in of-county students. Hills- public appearances Total matriculation fees
last Wednesday night for the express purpose of talking charged discrimination in since their
circuit
court herer from $65 for Pinel-
borough students who desire range
Brown, it waR disclosed transportation will baseball and baseball it was'. Talks were made by Cy testimony before a sub induction into Baseball's las and Manatee County
Mann public relations director ofthe Jax Suns, Sam% committee hearing in
Hall
of Jackie
stole Fame
about $100 worth of add $15 to the out-of !. I 'students to $80 for out-of
items from a Callahan county fee for their total rfolfson, president of the EUn, Bobby Maduro general Washington on January 16.. Robinson stated he hoped county students. Tampa

house last December 19. matriculation fee. manager-owner. ", of., the, ,..Suns. Mayor-rCpmmissioner ," ',_,In the, ,Southwest, I Mr. his election ,would be ,a students can secure bus
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Burns, Jim 'Mudcat Grant, pitching ace of the Laws testified, the USES' source'of inspiration fo
.... _, ._. .. transportation for $15
-- -- --, -- -. Cleveland Indians Ben Geraghty, manager of the Jax 'often stands between the,. the kids. per semester.

Suns Camilio Pascual, pitcher for the Minnesota Twins Negro and better job op- "Maybe some youngsters I

and C. Pa ham Johnson of the Florida star Ferving as portunities. It frequently will learn of my strugglesand I FLORIDA,STAR

master of ceremonies, and doing' very fine Job was directs Negroes into only I hardships when I grew IN EVERY

Johnny Shaw.SOMETHING traditional and menial up. I I
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nowiftPeps// NEW WILL BE OFFERED; when the baseball season jobs.. COLORED HOME .
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lei uuuCllrtlj LU IUJLL1. ror LJ1C Ilrs b LJUUC cue lans
-.r r: p 1: -- ,Will be furnished i'
free
for those ,oil !: l J.: .,:., '.i, transportation to and from the i ,_ ,_
I t. ball park. This announcement was made by President Fam

Mff t y ; Wolfson of the Jacksonville Suns Baseball Club. Buses

'. will be used for the convenience of the fans thus BUSINESS I DIRECTORY:

f/1lnkyoung :.'ii-I ii :t eliminating parking problems for those who have cars :.JACKS NVlILF.. FLORIDA_- '
..-1 and providing transportation for those who don't have The Firms Listed Below and Throughout This Publication Are Reco-wornled! !

j$ cars. This is only one of the many courtesies that will As Reputable Establishments. Specializing] ; In Services And Products..

be 'offered by the club. t '

FANS CAN REMEMBER THE COMING to town of Hank Aaron 55
'
--. ..-. .,. ROYAL ART STUDIO'
-'- .- ": Horace Garner and Felix Mantilla back in 1953. Well IMPERIAL. SUNDRIES ....

fans can start looking forward to seeing other star -EL'ccr..4.1: 4.'e94 Patent Medicines Cosmetics

Negro players in action with the Jacksonville Suns. 515 CAVIS 2TRCET All Leading Hair Preparations
WHEN YOU ARE ILL
You Swk Th Beat Doctor One of them will be a former major league catcher with .J =f(5\' ':::E. F''A COR. BROAD & ASHLEY El 42159JOHNNIE'S =

When Your Doctor PrtccrlbM the San Francisco Giants. Many of the fans remember ..FUEl, OILS "-F -

Get Experienced Pharmtdiii that colorful performer Valmy Thomas. Manager Ben '
,To Fill Your Pr*crip2kM Geraghty named three others whom he termed as great S BYRD & SONS ROOMING HOUSE \\o.
:!1 According To Your 'Dorter'aTOrdtn.
:
;J, w. UM Only performers. Triple A baseball will bring something FUEL OIL,& BOTTLE GAS SERVICEWE All MODERN CONVENIENCESRooms

Ur. t;. t;. til the Beat Quality DrNAt different to the city. It will be more colorful.andmore < SELL J Clean and Repair ALL MAKES OF by Day. Night or Week

.PJ'OPr.1etorBEGISTEBEp polished with former' major leaguers on their way OIL and GAS HEATERS .27 West Ashley St. EL 5.4025 ;;j

back up, some way up for the first time'and scene, on 6334 Restlawrt Dr. PO 4-9516-7 .. .*. i J

0 PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOULILLY'S their way out. Those on their ,way out are still starsin CHERRY'S B.AR 1'\
I INDEPENDENT OIL CO.I I : 'i
DRUG STORE their field. .... 'l
IN TALKING TO JIM "MUDCAT" GRANT the right handed KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY' : '& Cocktail l Lounge it

ISO Kings Road ELgfe 3-8271 pitching ace ot the Cleveland Indians he said that he Mechanic bn Duty Cordial Atmosphere "

A COMPLETE LINE OFi is a citizen of Lacoochee, Florida, and proud to claim JAMES FAULKNER, Mechanic Where Old Friends Meet (
Count lies Rubber Goods Candle Sundries his home town. Grant said he played in a baseball IJCE JOSEPH Proprietor" tfl43 KINGS RD.EL 3-8OM :

PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND. DELIVERED tournament in Jacksonville in 1953 against New Stanton r State and Jefferson Sts. EL 6-9432- 1138 W. ADAMS -EL7457. r

High School and Matthew W. Gilbert High School. He said PI'9, :

he was playing then with the Dade City team. Uudcat FUNERAL HOMES GROCERIES iff

'" i has gone a, longlong way since that* time., The old Andrew J. Huff Funeral Home : JENNINGS MARKET I

saying around Cleveland is "As 'Mud cat' Grant, goes
24 OUR, ,AMBULANCE SERVICE
Groceries and Meats
the Indians. \ .
'SkiirtonaC THERE Mary l. Breaker, Mgr. .... Citrus \\J
IS QUITE A DISCUSSION going the ropnds these Fancy .Boxej
1337 Davis Street EL 4-6896 EL 4689LILLYS '
days as tow ether or not professional football will or Bonded and Licensed Shippers t

OHi AINS HMXtiHG *t r *QOUiNOr V. take over as the great American pastime. Will baseball 1767 Kings Rd. EL 5-4278
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finally give In to football? Some mighty fine points DRUG
lighfens.brigiitefissMuMAKES t
have been scored by both sides. So many minor leagues Complete line of .

have given up the ghost and died and so many are still 'COSMETICS' RUBBER GOODS Jerico Pharmacy! Inc.

f SKIN BLEACHES panting for breath in their struggle to stay alive is ,
t'CANDIES SUNDRIES W* Fill Any Doctor's. Prescription .
one of the points scored by \footbalJLers.. Base- \
U OLD FASHIONED" bailers Prescriptions/ Caf/qd/ for ond Delivered/ FREE Pick Up and Delivery Service I ,
say the game Is played the year around in' the % '

middle of the roads, in the front and backyards: on 1907 Kin 9s Rd. EL 58276VON'S On Prescription

skfhtOfla' ,+ vacant lots and in parks by the young andfthe aged. I ,, PHARMACIST ON DUTY \
: -- Hours 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p-m.-Daily
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1 SOME YEARS AGO THE DISCUSSION THAT Just about,. every \!MER PHARMACY ,. ,
951 tf'Ddvis Street .
Cglttfti 4* baseball fan in ,the country was taking part in was the Free Pick Up and Delivery (Service ; ft, 9268. (1

MtftCI powder way Charley Neal took over second base for-the Brook- .
For All Your Drug Store Needs ,:
I 6*** lyn Dodgers. Well it is agreed that Neal was a mast'er MOTHER E. M.
JONES
I I..D. HARRIS. RPH., Prop. I ,
on the bag. When the
1962 season gets underway, he will "
be 'Open 8:00 tun. to 11:00 p.m.-7 Days a week SPIRITUAL ADVISOR, .
performing for, the New York Mets under the ..scruti ..
nizing eyes of that seasoned veteran, Casey' ,Stengel., .. 2735 W. Edgswood Ave. Service Every.Thursday--* p...:, ,
432 W. UNION' ST. .
'M ftufMhrtrt.W taqw'i tofMMl/Tt)* Jtf with id* $W' The Mets are building for some strong cWlp tition' .-,'" Phones' PO' 5-1582-PO 5-9267 ._,El .4-0269

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I Slated For Nathngl Awards x; r orS5u More Taxing '
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ATLANTA Ga. The Rattlers ,. f b4. ,
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will receive the ff. A. Scott II Memorial trophy, 4 e Says Banks
emblematic of the National Negro Collegiate Football

championship here Friday night (February' 2) during The .\ :+,'. "P i k SAN FRANCISCO -- Basket-
100% Wrong Club annual banquet in the Grand Ballroomof ball, as it is played by
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the Waluhaje Apartments. the inimitable Harlem
mach Jake Gaither whose Globetrotters is -I II
; more
Rattlers registered Wonts 'Satchel'InHgll
a 10-0 taxing on an athlete physic-
season in 1961. will receive n J ryr sit ally'than major league
Of
the trophy. Center Fame baseball according to

Curtis Miranda of Jackson- PHILADBLPHIA -- Baseball's Ernie Banks, star of the
ville will be cited as'the Hall Of Fame selectee Bob Chicago Cubs I ,
t, 'flayer of the year." Pelltr. stated in the (Jan. The famous home run 1

Others honored by the 27) issue of the Saturday ;slugger who has been tour- 4

sports club as members of Evening Post, the Baseball's ing the west coast with oJ

the SIAC team will be end Hall of Fame will never be I Abe Saperstein's tireless ELGIN BAYLOR, Captain and

Alfred Denson of Jackson I complete until it finds a cage wizards says he ranking star of the Los
ville, tackle'illieClarington niche for pitcher Leroy didn't realize how gruell Angeles Lasers pro-
of Miami (Satchell) Paige. ing the Globetrotters' basketeers, now serving a
halfback Robert Paremoreof Feller recalled schedule is. S. Army
that when stint with the U.
Tallahassee, and 'half- Satchell. finally came up to "It's amazing how the has been given permissionto

back Nathaniel Tucker ofDe1ray the majors. he was getting I Trotters play night after play with. his quinteton
Beach. by mostly on "savvy. A night all over the United weekends.
Charles 0. Finley. 'Still." says Feller v States," declared Ernie

Chicago businessman .,"nobody ever stopped JoeDl."io I 'and still play the high Robinson .
civic leader and sportsman as cold_ as He did: class brand of basketballthat 0

has been desi nated He handled Joe with ease. they do. They run all Higest Paid
,as 1961 recipient of the
I've seen Satch walk a man day and all night and never
top award of The.l00SWrong deliberately to get at TOP FLIGHT SELECTEES: Alonzo S. Jake seen to get tired. Then,
Club. ) Gaither (left) of Florida A. and M. University Gncy Player
DiMaggio." and Paul too, they travel all the
Bear
(
) Bryant of Alabama right
Mr. Finley owner of the ( ), pose with trophies after having '
been tapped time, all over the countryand Frank RObin-
as the nation's top CINCINNATI --
Kansas City Athletics, collegiate football coaches for 1961. Gerald B.
will receive "The Pioneer Wants Champ Zornow (center) presented awards in Chicago on behalf or'the AnericpnPcotball it never" seems to bother -. son, 1961' National League'sMost
them. Valuable Player, became
Coaches Association who voted selections.
Award." According to A.L. on Gaither was the first Negro eVer Banks who has been serv- the Cincinnati Reds' highest

Thompson, club president named. Coach of the Year.Robinson -.- .. '. _. .. .. ._ .... .__ .. ing as master of ceremonies paid player in the c It.c's

Mr. Finley will be the !I during the Gl'obetrotters' history Bill DeWitt, clijb
principal speaker of the Feller Wilma Was 'Queen For: A Day1POSING scintillating half-time president, announced.

event. Join ImmortalsBOSTON shows, says a big league A hard-hitting outfielder,
It's the fourth time the
team could not possibly
Robinson paced the Reds to
Rattlers have received the maintain such a
N pace every their first league pennantin
coveted trophy since it Jackie Robinson, day.
20-years, banging 'out 37
was inaugurated under the first Negro to be selectedand 4 'We just couldn't do
homers, 124 runs batted in
Atlanta Coca-Cola Bottling ,. Robert (Bob) Feller, it," he said. 'Bas ballplayers with a .323, batting average.
Company in 2953. Yr L M1 became members of base- would be exhaustedin
Robinson, who also stole 22
'
In 1954 Florida shared ball's select immortals two weeks if they
r bases last year, has hit 202
the championship in a group when they were didn' get some rest. But
y homers in six years.
four-way tie with Prairie voted into Baseball'sHall { especially
the Trotters
: : His salary is said to be in
View Southern University, .HAROLD JOHNSONThe"heavy"weighr of Fame in Coppers- fellows like Meadowlark
\ 1 the neighborhood of $55,000.
and Tennessee A&I State E6xing situation town, N., Y. Tuesday. 'fr Lemon Murphy Summons and
University. Coach A. S. '' has become further muddled Robinson, who had others never seem to tire. AtooreFumerFight //

Gaither's famous team won when Harold Johnson reached collegiate sports' They put on a great show

the undisputed national NBA's world's lightheavy- stardom in baseball, every night. It' s really PlannedNEW
championship in 1957 and weight champion from Philly, football basketball and something to see how

1959. Florida's 1961 sea- ,posted a $2,500 forfeit'-bond tennis while a student at ., .5 sensational they are, game YORK -- Ageless Archie
son saw the Rattlers end with the New York Boxingcomsiseion UCLA, was playing ball --4 after game." Moore indicated' last week

up with ten wins and 506 in challenging with the Kansas City Banks will wind up his that, he, would gladly meet
points against 33 for champion, frloyd Patterson to ale Monarchs of the American tour with the Globetrotters middleweight ruler Genr
their opponents. fight.tiny Negro League-in 1946-when next week. He must reportto Fullmer'for' the ligb th ea vy-

Branch Rickey owner of the Cubs' training camp weight title sometime this

the Brooklyn Dodgers at' Mesa Ariz. on Feb. ,coming summer.
I electrified the sports 26th. Meantime, he will Archie announced, through

world' by announcing that take a short vacation in his manager, Jack-Kearns:

he had signed the Negro Los Angeles. that, he would accept the

second baseman. challenge,hurled by fullmerin
Assigned to Montreal of with Maryland's Gov. J. Millard Tawes, Wilma Youthful./ Champ! accepting the Edward J.

the International League, Rudolph Ward is being presented a silver tray in Neil Memorial Placque here.

Robinson orbited into recognition of having been recently cited on Wilma _._ Negotiations for the, pro-,
ose who instant stardom by leadingthe Rudolph Day" in Baltimore. The famed track star was I : ___ posed Moore-Fullmer title
loop in batting and named an honorary citizen of the state in recognitionof ] bout were reported underway.
u n1 g fielding.The the great credit and.high honor you have 'brought
to the United States. *
following he
year
) Captain Picked
was brought up to the HM Y

parent club-the Dodgersand -- Archie May I
PA.TRPNIZEStar
became the key factor S : First
Negro
in the club's engagingin Defend .
J CrownLOS ;
: '- seven "subway" series Advertisers P -jI VALPARAISO Ind. .. Tyrone
with the New York Yankees.
ANGELES -- Promoter PERCY PRICE .4 Smith, a Junior' guard from
George' Parnassus announced PARALYZED and bedridden with Gary, Ind. who is majoringin
that he has matched Archie rheumatic fever as a youngs- engineering, was selectedto

: 'Moore, co-holder of the ter Pbilly's Percy Price. ha co-captain Valparaiso
lightheavyweight title with established himself as one OJ University's 1962 Crusader

Alejandro Lavorante of the U. S. Marines top heavy- football squard.

-:.; Argentine in a session that weight .boxers. Percy' s remarkable The only Negro on the 1961
.r- I could lead to a heavyweighttitle recovery from his team Smith proceeded to
S : match. 'handicap may be, &attributed to lead the Crusaders to their
daily a leg exercises program -
: most, successful season in a
r r which were supervisedby
decade. 'vu complete t'he
Scott Fights his mother. I. season with a 7-2 record.
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1 I:. POLICE REPORTS -I STRANG[ Jh ::S"i\ Rooms ROOMItOIRENT For Rent ; : "Help'Wanted

2 H'rtslrJtffffSsmir' WAf1'ED ExP.
Big r Technicolor 1008 Mt. HermanEL : 2 Female Cook
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l CUT BY GIPL I argument over some money. S.' ',- 4-4919. 1 Exp. Butler; Bus Boys
iT. FRIENDJesse'Petersonr His girl friend picked upa .1, Domestic and Hotel maids;
3ButYrua APT. FOR RUT
razor blade and cut him # Truck Drivers.
Myrtle Avc, and EL 4-1468 41. of 2 Em ApartmentFurnished .
732 Davis Street was injured on the left side of his .. '"::0..w. J, Male Only Fidelity Federal Employment,
fUlLY DRESSED in a fight last neck. Peterson said. He '
,...1 with Irei buns, e.ta star taken arat.- ma CallI' after 5'p.m.EL : Agency
CATFISHSPECKLED I hush ..eeiu. kid tM U.Lb. 49c. Saturday, police reported. was to Duval Medical IElASf J }= W 4-8857.
TROUT Eeee.NyMlede/tnt SUshct 49c Peterson said he and his Center- by taxicab.'-,..." treated Jplus I 1832. N. Myrtle Ave
the Pric girl friend got into an and released Science fiction Thriller FOR RENT EL 66389.Jo1Jnnie's ._
BEAGH WHITING Lb. ,39c49c Patrolmen- T. L. Mays and 5 Rm. downstairs House
STEAKS .N. Y. LIVE-IN ,MAID MAIDS.YOU ,. R. George investigated. "Journey to 7th,Planet." with 3 bd. rms. -gas hot Hotel
KINGFISH Lb. n. water heater-right at bus
Shellfish & Boneless Dept. need a friend in N. Y/ R00SEY T &m= .line. No small children. All-Modern' Conveniences
APALACHICOLA SHELL OYSTERS-With that Let Mr. Harold, of the ( \ r TUes $53.00 per month Roois. By Day," Nite. .,,or leek
.nf.o-thi-S-Sea Flavor ........'.........Bu. $5.50 'Mallory be STABBFD BY TIFF 0' Call' El" 6-7596.
Agency your 1i 726 Peffitte Street 741H lest
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ft'BuUi. $3.00-1 Peck $1.50
Special Oyster KRfvei ........,..........Each $1.50 friend. He guarantees youa DURING ABGUMFNTIsiah FLgin 6-4903 .Ashley Street._, ,
STANDARD OYSTERS-Strmfth... Wring Stew Pt. $1.25 live-in job in a good McBride Jr. 37, % { x \
Vi nets 1St Houses For Sale WANTEDBeauty
SELECT OYSTERS .....................'jftt $1.50 home_ paying $30.00 to of 51F Jefferson Streetwas Operators & Barbersare
$50.00 a week, free roam :t Why: Pay Rent?
./ CRAB Sanitary SHELLS Aluminum.. .................Do:. JOe "meals and T. V. last treated for injuries IF ... Modern 3 Bdrm Homes. Large wanted to New Holly.oodBeauty
Saturday.Jpolice ,
re- Lounge.
Box of-100 for $2.55 6Z2 I.
CLAW CRAB MEAT .....;............i.:Lb. $1.10 Bus tickets and expensesto ported. and landscaped lots in colored Ashley St. Call EL 4-9774.
WHITE DELUXE CRAB MEAT...........Lb. $1.25 New York in advances. McBride said he had been sub-di 8i vi.on. $350 dwn. Mr. Porter, EL 3-3245 Mr.I. .
FROG LEGS ..... .......................Lb. $1.25 SEND REFERENCES TO: Mr. Sun Realty-18,11 Boulevard. S, Anderson.
drinking and went home and
SEA SCALLOPS-Free from Bonn ..........Lb. 69e
LOBSTER TAILS .........................Lb. $1.50 Harold, The Mallory Agency, started an argument with El 3-7203
COCKTAIL LUMP ... ...... ...........Lb. $2.25 576 Merrick'Road, Lynbrook, his wife and was using I y' k{{ '1VL ClV. l dlo.ul
ALLIED DETECTIVE AG E.
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profane language. She Toombs & Burton
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stabbed him in the back ,- Inc.'Jacksonville's
un nite leading scvlcc &i Out Busltuu
he said. He was treated at !SKy fEW ,ihru
ruea has a full
now
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Duval Medical Center. Police 2117 Wishart Street
staff of trained colored
said he would not 1i. Telephone:'PUnders 9-171
detectives to handle domestic ,
Jacksonville
prosecute, his wife. ; 7 Florida;

Patrolmen. E. Jefferson I investigations guards, --- -- -
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REPAIR SERVICE
and '
KETS A. Jones investigated. missing persons, 'patrol '
SUPER security Will repair Venetian tdipds
caow and nite
and guarantee bolsteringhne
CASSAVETfSSIDNEY Strictly Confidential.Phone ,
JOHN '
with fabrics at Mill
Royal Crown POITIER EX 83111or
Drices.
Free estimates on
RICELAND LONG GRAIN VIRGINIA MASKEll, p work. Call
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