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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 17, 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:
UF00028362:00598

Related Items

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 17, 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:
UF00028362:00598

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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A board of trustees secretary, charged with embezzlement A committee of local Negro citizegs meeting, at 3 St.- t

of church funds, was bound overon three counts of $2, 000 paul AME Church last Friday night selected' .,Earl'M..

bond each following a preliminary hearing Wednesday morning Johnson local attorney-at-law as the candidate t.; they 1 J

in Justice of Peace Sarah Brsar'" ."nnrt.. would support for the County Commission'.s attneld t :

Held in city jail on grand by Ray Greene. NAACPe'- .!J' ,,

larceny by forgery counts is The meeting for the -. \ ',,y'. y

Walter, Lee Rhodes 39, a selection of a Negro -e, "
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Station tractor driver who was called by Mrs. ,",4' y 1FARL '
resides at 1217 Tyler St. Mary Betsch vice presi- '-'\

PICKED UP ON COMPLAINTS; dent of the Afro-American ; .'.

Rhodes, according{ to Det. Insurance Co. .
11TH TRAFFIC FATALITY: DRIVING along north on Old St. Augustine Road at abOut,3:45 .
a.m.lastsSunday
Sgt. R. C.
Taylor. ,was pick-_, Farl Johnson, 33-year- '
ed up on-c ompla- ants't. of Zion-J' -old e"'* lawyer*'who*'' >i ,*'has..x'i' :.re-.4MN '" & 7T*"*" "*x;-retired-railroademploye j|>t_. : Mack* Smith's.**-*** T 65.., _,.car.... veered.*- off_ the* v road- .re on a

Hope Baptist Church trustee sided in' Jacksonville, for curve and struck two oak trees, throwing Smith from the car. The 1701 Brooker p1. .

board members when a $7.03j the past four years has resident was dead on arrival at Duval Medical Center. Duval County Patrolmen H. D.

shortage of church funds was served as associate legal .Frederick_ and_J. L. Spires investigated. (. Baker Photo)
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uncovered. counsel for the Afro-

Taylor said Rhodes, who was American Insurance Co. .. A.- JOl11tsoPf-t; Order tbony permits to t Negro firm ,

elected secretary to the He is currently in Following the selectionof Off and the two white appli-
StreetsThe
j board in January 19;j8, admitted private law practice'and Johnson it was cants.Regisfrafton.

forging his own and .. '\ serves as counsel for learned that a coalitionof

names of two other board -)WALTER LEE RHODES the Jacksonville BranchStabbings local groups is plan-f City Council Tues-

members to some 46 checks ning to select another day night turned down

ranging in amounts from $85 Weekend Shootings, Negro Jaxon for entrance applications for cab Drive Launched, [ TcA > ti

to $200 since May, 1959 I into the same County .permits by William B.
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SHORTAGES UNCOVERED One, Wound 5 Others Commission race. Langley. Negro owner of A drive to ;tep up regis- .

The forgeries, it was disclosed Ebony Cabs and two tration of Negro citizens

continued unchecked A weekend of violence which erupted last Saturday ended was lying on the. sidewalk. Whites P. R. whitmoreand will get underway, in a

until last November when with one pistol-slaying, two stabbings and five others Leaving the car instantly T. Wildress.It few days in Jacksonvilleand
wounded in gunplay, police
board members became aware recorted. the policemen took aFLIZABRTH was Langley's second Duval County. ,
Police arrested Eliza- ..
of the discrepancies, Taylor over a gambling debt I bid to obtain, permits to Serving as chairman of K ;Sf
'beth Jones 33, of 530 '
ended with ;
said. the two operate taxicabs in the the Citizens Committee
Cleveland Ft. for homi- j
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principals being jailed city. The City Council had registration Drive is i
Po//ce/ cide investigation in
the
/ Arrest but not until
fatal F.C. John- turned down his bid three Fric 0. Simpson, pub- :;Ji
shooting of James son, 52, of 741 West t ..
lisher of .
after a series the Florida
years ago
Thomas Jones 38, same Monroe :
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Street
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was f.
Mpn. Charged! address. or.stor.my.council meetings, Star. .which-' -,. .has campaignedfor -
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treated for a cut throat -
Furs
increa Unclaimed from
ed registTiation
Following the council's -
Jones died
ith Parts TheftFrnest early Fatur- and Bennie Lee Robinson, Storage to be Sold
day after denial of his applicationin ,over a period of
having been 34, of 1922 P. Second St. Here Is the story of these fur*.
secured years.
shot 1958 Langley a .
in a dark alley near recent treatment for Furriers from time to time eet"stuck"
a
permit for a The goal for registra-
Woods, 25, of Eaverson and Duval Fts. bullet wound in the neck countybasedcab with furs unclaimed or
Mrs.' Jones operation but was tion has been set at uncalled for from storage. spot
1256 W. Duval St. was woman reported at Duval Medical Center. .
she forced to suspend opera 50. 000. rite Dry Cleaners has been consigned
arrested Wednesday by started shooting PRINKING FPIFND
tions when, as the result Simpson said out of a a large group of new and
police on charges of after someone grabbedher FHPOTS PAT used furs which will be almost
of a suit population of 115,000
trying to sell stolen by the arm. John Foye 32 of 827 W. brought by "given away" to the Jacksonville -
Lincoln' and Negroes in, Duval
s New Peal Cabs, County area.
auto parts Pet. Capt.R. STABBFD BY UNKNOWN Adams St. will
probably a court ruling the voting strength Imagine buying Fur
enjoined a Stole for
A. Strickland reported. In serious condition in think 'twice before I
askingI Fbony Cabs from should be increased from only $15.00 and up. Many of theae
Woods, who is Duval Medical Center JONES pickingup
being held is a friend for furs
a drink are expensive furs and
or about 31,000 to art
delivering according
in city Jail for Willie, Oliver, 28 .Held For Homicide passengers ,
the alleged jaf again. Foye told police 'being sold for "practically noth-
offenses, is said to 1560 W. 16th St. Oliver tie met the friend at .22 calibre pistol and a in the city, from 1961 figures. He added ing." These used furs really

have attempted to sell told police he was riding 12:30 a.m. Saturday cocked knife from McCoy's" entering or even passing that the registration I .look like new but must be labeled
at pocket. through the city. figures may be considerably "second-hand used." Fur origin
McCoy has
in been
four stolen auto tires and a friend's car early Monroe, and Davis
Streetsand booked on assault to Langley said he was less since a unknown. If you want to buy a
four wheels to an auto- Saturday when it stopped the friend (?) shot real J15.0Oind-up( (plus tax) .
murder charges. amazed at the ruling which purge of the registration
mobile parts shop at at-Fourth and Davis Fts. him three times---in the bargain! In a fur. you'd better
: has been books.The .
5621 Moncrief Road. Oliver told police a back, upper arm and hand. PEACEMAKERSHOT appealed in the come early. New fur products
TWICE District Court of Appeals.The Registration Drive labeled to snow country of origin
A call from suspicious stranger opened the car The victim was treated .
at The: role the chairman said of Imported furs. Also
of peacemaker Negro cab owner'sapplication cooperation many
door
parts shop employees- stabbed him and the Medical
Center. fine quality fur Coats
of local ministers Jackets
proved costly for forcity and
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brought Duval Patrolman ran / CO MMONLAVTROUBLE permits Scarfs and Stoles from regular
Roosevelt Cross 20 was made in their churches, clubs
of
A. attemptto factory stock
H. Starling to the GUN FMOKE go at these rldlcu-
...... 1763Swift st his and fraternal
get
Saturday Ebony groups will Inus give-away
Cabs price
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scene but Woods had In his report to the' Altamese I\atioer ,. salesfinal. .
:27-
night in: the 900v6lock back be sought to make A
driven away leaving the pclice, I.j. Lockett, common-law wife of Walter on. the streets. I the all. deposit. wfii huld your
alleged stolen of W. Union ,5treet, Both the Lincoln Cabs out.drive""effective. In lay-away.
30 and
parts at of 1743 E. 19th St. McCoy., 27, of 1603 F. .
the shop. said he was leaving a "22nd St. underwent Cross told-; olice that the Jax Coach company addition, volunteer 'These'furs are on sale

However, the shop em- friend's hduse Saturday. gery for* sur- another man. .shoot him in opposed Issuance of workers and cars are at Spotrite Dry Cleaners,
a bullet
ployes were able to give when another man shot Sunday at Duval wound- botharms because he' had- additional cab permitsfor I 1 being sought to work in 760 Florida- Ave. phone t

Medical intervened in an argument the city, .the drive. agin 5-974 In business
Starling a description of him in the left arm. The Center. contendingthat
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15'years.
the man and the.. car'slicense incident occurred in earlier.. in the evening. there was no need for A meeting of Democratic Store hours:
the
Patrolmen 6:30
Gene "eav'er'and A.M.
to 6:39, P.M.register .
more. Committeemen .
and Com-
number and. Woods 18th block'of W. 20th St. W.J. Johnson Jr. HAVING TROUBLE .' .
was apprehended Several persons, some of mittee women will be held -
The ,
on the two had been pre- drove up to the First ,with yo refrigerator? '
Expressway at Third Stat whom were Negroes at Walker Vocational
viously
engaged in an and Florida Avenue Liquor Call SOL BSiNSTEINEl
about 9..:.a.m. r supported the bus company College at Myrtle Ave. ,
,. argument.'r Store 4-1183 Ex 8-7943 -S
parking
lotSundaynight
: An argument r and Lincoln ca s'in and 9th, St. ,
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ERfC'O. SIMPSON..............................................Managing Editor: ,
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ALYSON E. WISE......_...................................._.......News Editor I *
\" Mississippi police in con'pellin! 1 Ori= ; rJNel.ro
HILDA, WOO TEN..........._........................:...Circulation'Manage pc0c\ .
\ ___ .F..f[|rft-- t _.- .J ,_--L._ --' \sc\\ Is serviceraerrtocornply, with ,
I t' MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: illegal Jin Crow "custofs? 1
$ s.,. This question has been rosed by
11 2323 Moncrief Road.........._ ....._......Phone Elgin 4-6782
.::= : NA/CP Txecutive Secretary Poy ..
Mailing Address: 1'111 ins in a letter to Robert F. '

":.:, P. O. Box"561, Jacksonville 1, Florida '. McNwrrarasecretary? of the
I / r'J". partment: of defense, dispRtc teI i &f
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> .642 N V 2nd AVENUE : ., '
...f ;;'}7:" MIAMI.. FLA. FR48f95 OR -[!k,'48r. .105 on February B and released
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S--:_Jt Mr. \Ulkins raised this is = motion
: : ...:.- SUBSCRIPTION RATES '-. 0" '_ ..i.i r Pefense chief following receipt of an affidavitsworn
'-.;' S One Year, $5.00; Half Year,- $3.00,' to by Pvt. Farnest L. McPride who alleges
Mailed To You Anywhere In The United States t, that, after his arrest by local police in the
= Subscription Payable In-Advance. Send Check or Money Order Tot w Greyhound bus tation in Jackson Miss.', on
FLORIDA, STAR-P. O. Box JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA 1 1t Jan. 30, he.was. warned by Major V.ilbur C. Marksof

II 1I t the United States army to abide by local

..ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTS. I segregation practices.
Major Marks: acconttng ttr the affidavit, said
At the first year of the Kennedy Administration ended L:4j that the Provost Marshall at Fort Gordon, Ga. ,
newspapers all over the country presented candid viewsof : cgreed with local police officers in dropping
what, in their opinion, it had accomplished or failedto the charges against the servicemen! 'provided
accomplish. The Associated Press gathered a sizeable that McBride heed their warning not to again become
group of these together, and quoted key paragraphs. They involved in any violations of state lavs

make interesting reading. while traveling through any state, particularly
t Almost all of the papers were critical ,oft e Administration Mississippi. as long as Pvt. McBride is in
policy, or lack of, policy, that led or at least the, military. ;
substantially contributed to the Cuban fiasco. Policy Moreover, the affidavit continues, Major Marks
on Laos also came in for heavy criticism. A number felt offered personally to show McBride how to use

that the Administration, and the President, had pursued the bus station waiting rooms so as not to get
a wavering and indecisive line in foreign, policy ,in in trouble in Mississippi. He suggested that if
general. ONLY BY REMOVAL OF WEAKEST LINK, CAN THE CHAIN BE FORGED Pvt. McBride were in doubt, he should ask before -

At the same time, there were those who felt, that Mr. -- using feci Ii ties. *
Kennedy had grown in office' and has learned many hard Pvt. McBride swore that in entering the bus
l facts of life that he didn't. know ,before. And, of station he was under the belief that racial

I If course, there was a universal hope that, in the long pull ----- Weekly segregation ,had been abandoned in accordancewith
t he would be successful. -,- Your recent regulations of the Interstate

f On domestic issues, the press divided' more widely, as Commerce Commission. He was arrested by Police
: is always, the case, and kept closer to party ties., For Horoscope Guide Captain J. L. Ray on a "breach of the peace'
instance' The Dallas Morning News said: ttn ,the domestic charge ofter he had been ordered to move out of
front, we feel his administration has pushed the --_L: By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER the waiting room which Jackson police ere

New Frontier too'fa'r.. Spending has been grossly: ex- trying to mainta for '",,11 i t.es oniv although -

cessive. No effort is being made to balance' the budgetor ; __ WHICH ARE YOUR ,LUCKY _DAYS FOR ._- all such signs have been removed fro
cut down the debt.", 'on the other side of the fence \ the station.
I Editor and Publisher Choa e, of the Boston- Herald ,"H : BUSINESS IOVE- TRAVEL Mr. V.ilkins' two-page letter to secretary McNarcra -
Traveler wrote: "In a world changing so fast that today reviewed the incidents in the CPFC ,
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vinced the Kennedy administration has'done--on the Wits I policy of the Pefense repRr mept, and concluded
: fbm Ebm: July 23 thru Ajg. 23 (bm tov. 23 thru Dec.:: 21
whole--an: outstanding job in 1961. Except for the Castro .rd1 21 thru/Jpril/ I 118 with the suggestion that '.'the developing-

disaster the President has shown great courage, firmness Even if you figure those Some people think that It does take time for licy of locating space and irissile installation?
and resolution.' And, a yes-and-no view was voiced who have breezed throughthe life is a game, while storny, seas to calc down, in Mississippi r.nd in nearby states which share
by the New York Daily News: 'We'd say he hasn't doneas previous quarter unscathed others are playing for but as long as the processis her views on. sera ration from the authority of
well as his political and press fawners ,and flatterers it would be pre- keeps. that is one reason a continuing one. thereis the Cinstitution way he tantamount to locating
say he has, or as badly as is supposed by his mature to let down your why Leos, in particular, always cause for renewed these installations in hostile foreign coun-
out and out political and r be I faith and hope. You totalitarian rather
press enemies. guard. There still are ,should pore! discriminating tries which subscribe to a ,
Now Mr. Kennedy has entered his second year in office, possibilities' that difficulties in their I seeD to have a very promising than a democratic: governmental system. ?
and he must go again to Congress with a series of leg- of the nature choice of associates at opening to indulge The N ftCP leader called upon the Secretary of
islative proposals which in some cases, are revolutionary previously described will the present tine. The pur- in a bout of retrospection Defense at once' the D part!"ent's

in nature. Moving. on the the specifics, what is the crop up suddenly (22nd, 'suit of pleasure should and to draw "stand on the questions presented by Pvt. Mc-
outlook? 27th and, 28th)., Balance give way to the need of some very valuable conclusions Bride's arrest.
First of all, he will get all, or virtually all, of the the budget through creating a better feeling (24th-25th) Specifically, he asked Secretary McNamara' ;
,r military and allied programs he will ask, costly as they .economy measures or 'of security,. for yourselfas 1p 0-55-11-93-1 "Is it the policy of the feoartment of Defense
may be. sounder management (24th). well as in the mindsof OPRICOFNfom to advise Negro r.en in the service to obey
4 i He will again urge medical aid to elderly people under those you love.630441T46634. Dec. 22 thru. Jan.4 19 local ordinances and state laws which prescribe
9 the Social Security set-up. But his chances here ,are 8-60-33-18-63-863 If you are one of the racial segregation and other forms, of discriirins'tion I
considered dim. T/CFUS Capricornians who feel even when these have been ruled to
Ebm Aril? I 2) thru \fey2D VIR25&m that friends are here to be contrary to the provisions of the Constitu-
War Of Words And
Trade The lessening of tensions u9. 21 thru S;>t. 23 help one to succeed, you tion of the United ftates?

i"ef re engaged in e communications war, says that is bound to followin Now that Mercury 'has may find just the OPportunity "Does the Feoortrent: of Defense designate I I
J. "s. Patterson of the American Oil Company! the wake of Joint attempts turned direct once again, to apply this Major Wilbur, C. Marks and others to der'onstrate
\e and our way of life are challenged rt borne 'to reach, accords you can re-examine your belief in your own behalf. to Negro men in uniform how to confirm to illegal -
and abroad. He goes on to make these all-im should be felt after the charts and change your Accept invitations entertain local law and customs, even in the face
portant points: I I '22nd. The Olive branch may course to suit your altered promising prospects, of declarations like that of Capt. J. L. Ray of
'Forty-four years ago Communism had! nothing. be offered, good friends circumstances. You and exploit all possibili- Jackson that 'no segregation ratter was involve -
Now it controls half'the world and more than may decide to pool their may arrive at conclusions ties to advance your '' in the- arrest of Pvt. McBride

half its population. They're confident. They're' material possessions and ,regarding ,your vocation, career, or pet projects,
counting on their skill in psychological war remaining years for a alliances and long-range with the aid of financial '.
fare--disorient, confuse, divide,. undermine. common cause (24th-25th). objectives (24th-25th). backing of an agreeable 1

They're pros, busy undermining public confidence 3-70-66-13-82-376 5-80-77-14-72-587 person (24th-25th). :: --
in business and private management. (B1INI LIBRA ; 3-70-99-18-28-379 I

'Past wars were wars of weapons, but we are -' Ebm toy 2L thru June 19 fomSspt-rSthmOct. 23 JQmIL5
now engaged in a war of words and trade! "We Even if there still are Although it is increas- bm Jan. 2D thru Feb. 19 s
need more people truly dedicated to the personal certain factors to make ingly difficult to find a The more critical days of
practice of freedom. People who really this last quarter fairly person who is really happy the month should be a
believe in it. People who will never sacrifice disturbing, the chances of with the job that he, or matter of history by now,
principle. People who will never be bluffed. settlingdown and holding she is doing, it is not although some of the
"\.e are not convincing when we go running to your own are somewhat improved impossible. As a Libran problems that were then

government to solve our problems--or use political ? ',-you should make a it is essential for you created may still defy '
power to our own selfish gain real. effort to discover to love what'you are doingto solution. This-may be the -
Te must practice our beliefs if we are to- ,just where you may have excel and you should right moment for you to
win converts! The foundations of freedom are: been at fault, and to reorient not pass up any chances recognize that fixed ideas

Individual responsibility, individual, integrity yourself. in a more, that could come your way and attitudes can be as
individual effort individual and indi- harmful as they are
direction
courage promising (22nd to change an undesirable r
vidual faith. V'e must have confidence in thru 25th). vocation for one that is beneficial. Your prestigeand
ourselves and in one another! V'e must work more to your liking, pocketbook may be the

",,-.- ..... -,- :....----"- 4-50-22-12-61-452' beneficiaries of personal
ONQffiEbm 7-20-88-15-36-728 initiative (24th-25th).
Y June 20 thru. July 22 90DRPIO
Ibm Oct. 34 thru t bv. 22
: s There may be a possibility > 6-30-44-13-59-634
for you to extricate It should be prettY clear C PISE
now its Pepsi f yourself from compromising to you by now that you' fbm Feb. 19 thru ferch 2D
situations by falling backon may have to alter many of If,you have had time to.
;: h1- your faith and higher your views, and evolve a ponder the events of the' i '
fbr those lt l t.L ideals (24th-25th). A' new program to guide you preceding quarters, you KNIGHT
I M friendly talk with someone in your future activities.Be :stand a good chance of : .KEN
,who may be concerned about particularly attentive 'finding the clue that will Invites You To Listen To -
i think young your soul may be "*!! that just in case an inner'voiceor set your feet nn a more
is needed to get your feet psychic experience -:' :promising path (24th-25th) UKNIGHT---TRArN"
t F t set on the right path to may enable you Difficulties with inlaws.or .
-to discover where 4 Starting At 7OO Nightly1400WRHC1400 I --
I L' future progress and en- your of a legal nature maybe : p.m.
I lightenment/;: > destiny 'or true talents placed in your path onT '. '
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1.. "Member of Associated Negro Press"* "- _. .. I '.. : -: :" .....:::.. :- .
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j NFY YORK Has the United States rmilitary e-
ERIC O.: SIMPSON................................._...._....Manoging. Editor adopted
1 stblish'nent a policy of pidinp locp.l
ALYSON E. WISE..............?.......;............................New Editor. ,, J
"" Mississippi: police in con>pellinr 1 (IT!'
t HILDA, WOOTEN.............?.....................:...Circulation..Manage "' __
I --' Q\\ \\ t\ Negro servicenerrto comply with \
I T ,MAIN OFFICE & PLANT; illegal JiM Crow "customs? f
K L SN} This question has been posed by
11 j 2323 Moncrief Road..........._ ...:._......Phone ELgin 4-6782 fwt
.:::::::: : NA/CP rxecutive Secretary Poy .. -
I Mailing Address: wilkins in'a letter to Robert F. I 0

t.: ; P. O. Box.561, Jacksonville 1, Florida VcNamara. Secretary of the
I / partment: of Defence, dispatc r.eI f
1 !l :.....r .642 NJ .2nd AVENUE ., .
'" .- on February P and released
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FR-481'95
:A ; > MIAMI.{ FLA. -m'481ffi
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';).;.. i: Mr. \Ulkins raised this Nation
} ;; '., SUBSCRIPTION,RATES '-. / I Pefense chief following receipt of an affidavit
:-.. One Year, $5.00; Half Year, '$3.00, : sworn to by Pvt. Farnest L. McPride( who aflepes
Mailed To You Anywhere In The United States that after his arrest by local police in the
Subscription Payable In-Advance. Send Check or Money Order To. Greyhound bus tation in Jackson, Miss.', on
FLORIDA, STAR-P. O.Box JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA a.. t V.ilbur C. Marksof
warned
Jan. 30, he, was by Major
I the United States army to abide by local

i 4 4i .,ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTS. f rt I segregation practices.
i s Major Marks:: according-ttf the affidavit said
At the first year of the Kennedy Administration- ended, that the Provost Marshall at Fort Gordon Ga. ,
newspapers all over the country presented candid viewsof ,,,4l .A agreed with local police .officers in dropping
what, in their opinion, it had accomplished or failedto the charges against the servicemen 'nrovidedthat
accomplish. The Associated, Press gathered a sizeable McBride heed their warning not to again become
group of these together, and quoted key paragraphs. They involved in any violations of state IPVP

I I make interesting reading.. while traveling through any state, particularly
i Almost all of the papers were critical. of the Administration I Mississinpi. .. .. as long as Pvt. McBride is in
policy, or lack of policy, that led or at least the, military. ,
substantially contributed to the Cuban fiasco. Policyon Moreover, the affidavit continues, Major Marks
Laos also came in for heavy criticism. A number felt offered personally to show McBride how to use

that the Administration, and the President, had pursued ti.ONLY. the bus station waiting rooms
a wavering and indecisive line in foreign policy ,in in trouble in Mississippi. He suggested that if
general BY REMOVAL OF WEAKEST LINK, CAN THE CHAIN BE FORGEDYour Pvt. McBride were in doubt he should 'ask before -

At 'the same time, there were those who felt that Mr. -- using feci Ii ties. "
Kennedy had grown in office. and has learned many hard' \ Pvt. McBride swore that in entering the bus

l j.I facts of .life that he. didn't: know before.. And, of station he was under the belief that racial
course, there was a universal hope that in the long pull Weekly segregation had been abandoned in accordancewith
i he would be successful. recent regulations of the Interstate

". On domestic issues, the press divided more widely, as Commerce Co mission. He was arrested by Police
f E .' is always the case, and kept closer to party ties. For Horoscope Guide Captain J. L. Ray on a "breach of the peace1'
instance' The Dallas Morning News said: ttn the domestic charge after he had been ordered to move out of
front, we feel his, administration has pushed the ,.-Li I By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER the waiting room which Jackson police are

New Frontier too far. Spending has been grossly ex trying to maintain for 'whites oniv although -

cessive. NO effort is being made to balance the budget i WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY .DAYS FOR ----.. all such signs have been removed fro
M or cut down the debt.". On the other st'de of the fence, \ the station.
Editor and Publisher Choate, of the BUSINESS IOVE- TRAVEL
Boston 'Herald Mr. Vilkins'; two-pnge letter to Secretary Mc-

Traveler wrote: "in a world changing so fast that to- Ncr fT'ara reviewed the incidents in the CPFC ,
day's success may be tomorrow disaster, I am convinced 1 I raised sharp questions as to the position an
I S&ITBRIUS
the Kennedy administration has done-on the JPlfE .IE I policy of the refense repnrtment, and concludedwith
Ebm July 23 thru I Bum f NDV. 23 thru [Dec. 21
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'whole-:-an outstanding job in 1961. Except for the Castro Ibmhrch thru Ipri I 116 AJQ. the suggestion that '.'the developing policy -

disaster the President has shown great courage, firm- Even if, you figure those Some people think that It does take time for of locating spore end rissile installation? I,
.ness and resolution.' And I a yes-and-no view was voiced who have breezed throughthe life is a game, while stormy seas to call down, in Mississipni r.nd in nearby states which share
by the New York Daily News: "We'd say he hasn't done previous quarter unscathed others are playing for but as long as the processis her views separation from the authority of
I as well as his political and press fawners and flatterers it would be pre- keeps. that is one reason a continuing one, thereis the Cinstitution may he tantamount to locating

say he has, or as badly as is supposed by his mature to let down your why Leos, in particular, always cause for renewed these installations in hostile foreign coun-
out and out political and 'i I I faith and hope. You ratfier
Pi press enemies. guard. There still are .shourdT'be pore! dis- tries vhich subscribe to a totalitarian
Now Mr. Kennedy has entered his second year in office, possibilities that dif- criminating. in their 1 I I seen to have a very pro- than a democratic, governmental system. ?
and he must go again to Congress with I mising opening to indulge leader called the of
a series of leg- ficulties, of the nature choice of associates at The NI CP upon Secretary
islative proposals which in in a bout of retrospection at once' the Department1
some cases are revolutionary previously described, will the present tine. The pur- Defense to 'clarify
in nature. Moving. on the the speifics, what is the crop up suddenly (22nd' 'suit of pleasure should and to draw "stand on the questions presented by Pvt. Mc-
outlook? 27th and 28th). Balancethe give way to the need of some very valuable con- Bride's arrest. '
First of all he will get all. or virtually all, of the budget through creating a better feeling elusions (24th-25th) Specifically, he psked Secretary McNamara- : '

J military and allied programs he will ask costly. as they .economy measures or 'of security,. for yourselfas 1-90-55-11-93-195 "Is it the policy of the Feuartment of Defenseto
may be. sounder management (24th). well as in the mindsof CJmICIm: advise Negro ren in the service to obey
He will again urge medical aid to elderly people'under' those you love.630441'L.46634. Ibm [8:. 22 thru- Jan.. 19 local ordinances and state laws which prescribe'

w the Social Security set-up. But. his chances here. are 8-60-33-18-63-863 If you are one of the racial segregation;: end other forms'of discrimination j
considered dim. TARE Capricornians who feel even when these have been ruled to
fomSpril ID thru \i1y m VIR3D that friends are here to be contrary to the provisions of the Constitvij 1 ij
War Of Words Aid
Trade. The lessening of tensions Bum Ajg. 2J thru Sspt. 23 help one to succeed, you tion of the United States?

"I'e're: engaged in a communications war says that is bound to followin Now that Mercury 'has may find just the OPportunity "Does the reoartment of Defense designate ,1
J.T.? Patterson of themerican Oil Company. the wake of Joint attempts turned direct once ,again, to apply this Major 1 Wilbur. C. Marks and others to demonstrate Ito

"\'e: and our way of life are challenger1 rt home to reach accords you can re-examine your belief in your own behalf. Negro men in uniform how to confirm to il-
and abroad. He goes on to make these all-im- should be felt after the charts and change your Accept invitations, entertain legpl local laws and customs, even in the face
portant points: I I '22nd. The Olive branch may course to suit your altered promising prospects, of declarations? like that of Capt. J. L. Ray of
'Forty-four years ago Communism had nothing .. be offered, good friends circumstances. You and exploit all possibilities Jackson that 'no segregation ratter was in-
Now it controls half'the world and more than may decide to pool their may arrive at conclusions to advance your volvec1' in the arrest of Pvt. McBride

half its population. They're confident. They're'i material possessions and regarding ur vocation, career, or pet projects, ,
remaining years for a alliances, and long-range with the aid of financial -
'
warfaredisorient, confuse, divide,. undermine. common cause (24th-25th).. objectives (24th-25th). backing of an agreeable, ii- : .

They're pros, busy undermining public confidence 3-70-66-13-82-376 580771472587LIBRA person (24th-25th). J
in business and private management. GEMINI 3-70-99-18-28-379 I

'Past wars were wars of weapons, but we are -' Ebm toy 2t thru June 19 Bum SsptrS thru Oct. 23 .. /QJ6RIUS
now engaged in a war of words and trade! 'We Even if there still are Although it is' increas- Bum Jan. 20 thru Feb. 19
need more people truly dedicated to the personal certain factors to make ingly difficult to find a The more critical days of
practice of freedom. People who really this last the month should be a 1
quarter fairly person, who is really happy' 1i
believe in it. People who will never sacrifice disturbing, the chances of with the job that he or matter of history by now w1 i
principle. People who will never be bluffed. settlingdown and holding she is doing, it is not although some of the ;-1
\'e are not convincing when we go running to your own are somewhat im- impossible. As a Libran, problems that were then i-
government to solve our problems--or use poli- proved.-'You should make a it is essential for you created may still defy .
tical power to our own selfish gain real effort to discover to love what'you are doing.to solution. This-may be the
Te must practice our beliefs if we are to' .just where you may have excel, and you should right moment for you to
win converts! The foundations of freedom are: been at fault and to, reorient not pass up any chances recognize that fixed ideas a

Individual responsibility, individual integrity yourself. in a more, that could come your way and attitudes can be as
individual effort individual and indi- harmful as they are
courage promising direction (22nd to change an undesirable
vidual faith. t"e must have confidence in thru 25th).. vocation for one that is beneficial. Your prestigeand
I ourselves and in one another* re must work more to your liking. pocketbook may be the

_. 4-50-22-12-61-452., beneficiaries of personal
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I Ebm June 3D) thru. July I 22
There may be a possibility Bum Oct. 24 thru toy. 22 6-30-44-13-59-634
for you to extricate It should be prettY clearto t PISES

H i now its Pepsi EP yourself from compromising you by now that you Bum: Feb. 19 thru }fcrch 23

situations by falling back may have to 'alter many of If you .have' had time to ,
your views, and evolve a ,'
.J on your faith and higher ponder the events of the -
; ,. e t1
for_those. -- l ideals (24th-25th). A' new program to guide you preceding quarters', you. KNIGHT '
whq friendly talk with someone in your future activities.. stand a good chance of KEN
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who may be concerned about Be particularly attentive .fnding the clue that will.: -;: Invites
think young your soul may be 'all that just in case an inner set your feet on a more Ht-TTRAiN"
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.h is needed to get your feet voice, or psychic experience :promising path (24th-25th)
set on the right path to nay enable you Difficulties with in-laws, XI M nrm
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SATURDAY
FEBRUARY 17 1962
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Deliveries


Mr. and Mrs. Charlie

Brown; 717 Ct. D. ; Boy. By

Mr. and Mrs. Claude LOUISE G. GUINYARD
The past week found many individuals starryeyedover
Harold: 533 W. orange St.
Girl. Valentines greetings that received from those

near and dear to them.
Mr. and Mrs. James
Wednesday was the day you kndw.'and there is this
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7 i Holmes; 819 E. 5th St. ;.
to be said about St. Valentines Day it is observed
Boy. -
'with equal enthusiasm by all age group. It seems that
Mr. and Mrs. James Hayes
one is never too young nor too old to escape cupid'sbow.
: 1116 Van Buren St. ;
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So, dear readers,- all of you, BE MY VALENTINE,
Girl.Mr. .
please!
I.' and Mrp. William
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I xo Mr. and Mrs. Frank There is at least one bridge club that observed St.

Timmons; 3865 Clifford Valentine's Day by exchanging gifts. The exchange

Lane ; Girl.Mr. took place at a regular meeting of Kevinettes Bridge
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1 -Y and Mrs. Lemmie Club held in the Roth'Drive home o'f- Mrs. Ann Monroe.

Hudson; 1870 Anderson The vivacious Mrs. Doris Scott was guest player and ,

i ; Lane; Girl. she contributed much to the gaiety of ,the atmosphere

-;- f .;y:' 1 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew at the, meeting.

& r : a Johnson; 1952 W. 6th St. ; High scorers for the evening were Mrs. Dorothy

ate Boy. Oliver Mrs. Celestine Nicks, and Mrs. Emma Lee

Mr. and Mrs. Collis .. George: Mrs. Thelma Greene oualified for the consola-

Jones; 931 Everson St. ; tion award.

_. Boy. There were prizes and gifts galore, for besides the

Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie exchange of gifts and scoring awards, Mrs.! Monroe

Townsend;. Rt. 9 Box 461F. surprised her guest by presenting to each a personal

Boy. Valentine gift.

Mr. and Mrs. Aldrich Others ,attending the meeting included Mrs. Pearl

Miller; 1503 Milnor St. ; Mackey Miss Daisy Oilliard, Mrs. Pauline. Davis, Mrs.
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J Mr. and Mrs. Eugene

Hodges; 1355 Florida .

lit Ave. ; Boy.

i"R w Mr. and Mrs. John Mills; Mrs. F.ssie D. McCrae is confined to Brewster

TRICHOLOGY BEAUTICIANS LEAGUE IT'IT NO. 38 held its recent election of officers recently in the home of 1722 Payne St. ; Boy. Hospital and friends are wishing for her a very

I' Mrs. Pauline Shaw, 644 W. 17th St. where plans for their first social event of the year were initiated Mr. and Mrs. John Peed; swift recovery. .

following the elections and business meeting. Seated (foreground) from left .1559 Van Buren St. ; Mrs. McCray president, of the Jacksonville Urban
are: Mrs. Evelyn Gaines, ..
program chairman; Mrs. Alma Cobbs chaplain; Mrs. Wilma* McWhite, style chairman; Mrs. Lila Anthony,. Girl. League Guild.
,- membership chairman; and Mrs. Ethel George, corresponding Mr. and Mrs. Benny
secretary. Seated
(center row) from right: Mrs.- .
Minnie Lee Alexander Walker; 1823 Francis St. ;
parliamentarian
; Mrs. Pauline Shaw, first vice
., president. ; Mrs. Callie Jackson, president .
r ; Mrs. Mattie Flagg, Mrs. Rose 1 E Bo y.Returns.
Telfair Mrs. A. C. Ross, recording
secretary; Mrs. Altamese Los Much cha The Girl
Wells assistant Amigos, Friends, met last
recording secretary; Mrs. Leila Brookins, Mrs.
Virginia
Jackson Mrs. Julia
publicity chairman Latimer To Assignment Friday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Farl
; Mrs. Bertha Robinson Mrs. Damon F. !
Collier Mrs. Edna Lewis
treasurer;; and Mrs. : ,
A/3C Williams Maino Jr. 2847 Begonia Road.
Artie L. Brooks, business Maxie W.
manager. Other members
are: Mrs. C. Ford, co-hair style chairman
; Mrs. Hattie
Best, second vice president Mrs.'L. III left Sunday morningFeb. Mrs. Ruth White, president, presided over the
; R. Hugh Mrs. Ann Heard and Mrs. Home, sick committee chairmen.
4th for EnglewoodAir business session. _

Magnolia Force Base in Louisiana Other officers and members include Mrs. Annie C.
WHEN YOU ARE ILL Group
after having spent Mainor, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Vetrice Williams -
You Seek The Best .
Doctor 4.-
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\ When Your Doctor Prescribes Meets F e. 19thThe two weeks with*his parentsMr. recording secretary; Mrs. Malissa Robinson,

and Mrs. Maxie W. treasurer; Mrs. Delphinia Greene, reporter; Mrs.
; Get Experienced Pharmacists
Williams Jr. of 1705 Callie Parsons; Mrs. Forrestine Donaldson; Mrs.
Magnolia Area Improvement .
.. .According to Your Doctor '
1- Academy StrPPt.'r Johnnie Cowart; Mrs. Hazel Howard and Mrs. Elizabeth
Mir ;. Orders. We Use Only Organization, .__ __ Milledge.
-t The Best Quality Drugs will hold its monthly :

Dr. C. E. Blackproprietor meeting Monday Feb. 19, 1'c .
at 7:30 p.m. in the St. t '

Paul Lutheran Church
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Grimes 1715
3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE. YOU All persons living in
Garden street, was the scene of the most recent
'1 Floradale, Magnolia
A COMPLETE'LINE Of meeting of Les Fleurs Whist Club.

,,Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries Gardens and surrounding'areas; Lincoln Estates in Cologn Mrs. Jimmy Thompson and Mrs; Doris Parsons. were

PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED District 2 North of the r- guest players, with the latter qualifying for guest

STORE City Limits are urged to E S prize. ,
DRUG
tilL V'S attend. Club prizes were won by Miss Myrtle Turner and Mrs.

,, Betty Belton.

Other participants in the meeting included Mrs.

t- *. *. .*** o. ** : Dorothy Dunlap, Mrs. Cornelia Oree, Mrs. Irma Vil-

4 = 'tJ f larin. Miss Estelle Williams, Mrs. Doris Scott Mrs.

: >PLAYTEX Faye Helm, Mrs. Ruby Dwight and Mrs. Juanita Wyatt.
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rIVING BRA '. .Men'sSUITS r .


I One of Jacksonville's newly organized bridge clubs,

21 DerS Les Gavottes, meaning digni fied but lively, met
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:,: .'; At ReAcsd Prices. ... .o Oa t ar tea ers Julia Wallace as hostess.Mrs. .
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Vermel .Glover, president, presided over the

business session, during which time Mrs. Carrie Kin-

TI $1995SHOES .: 'cade was welcomed as a new member of the group.
fmIII $300 ONLY Per Bottle o
0 i Attending the meeting were Mrs. Earnestine Poole,

Mrs. Lillian Stukes, Mrs. Hortense Brewington Mrs.

Howard & Foster Willie Mae Mitchell Mrs. Vermel Glover and Miss

Theora .
I Leggins.An

I 1 i unusual stipulation in the by-laws of this club

I o is that the group take in some for:' of recreation

1 d .together on a regular basis.

:. i Children's Shoes .
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i '$1. & r Hart Street, president of
Gems Bridge Club, called
4 a business meeting of the
1+ group in her home last Friday
evening which
NEW! 'v. turned' .
& er'elastic into a lively, enjoyable bridge session.

sides and) t'i :' Among members present were Mrs. Susie Thompson Mrs.

i breathe back, nor with* and u Ladles' Shoes Catherine Jackson. Mrs. Lydia Sweet. Mrs. Lillian
Davis, Mrs. Myrtis Thomas Mrs. Alnenia Scriven
Mrs.
you. a ; Flat & He*
Marian Walker Mrs. Joyce Lawson and Mrs. Sylvester
ZC'L r- Bossard.

AT REDUCED ,PRICES, Miss Aretha Johnson, sister of the president, was
guest player.
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Save prices. at Bargain ::1:1i Send $3.00 in cash or money order to } :u. .
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lamps Weldon/ Jo'hnsonBrqnch YMCA Receives Challenge During Annual. Membership Drive Kick-Off

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OFF AND AWAY: Dr. Thornton Merrion a member of the National Council of YMCA's presented a board. Dr. F. H. Washington receives a citation from Mr. Cress_ 'll for his successful two year
I challenge for dynamic force this year from YMCA officials, workers and members during his stint as general ch man. The Matthew v.. Gilbert Chorus under the direction of Miss Ruth
stirring address which kicked off James Weldon Johnson YMCA annual membership drive Sunday Gregg furnished musical gems. This year's drive structural set-up is in the former of three
before a large turnout of volunteer workers in New Stanton High School cafetorium. Citations National and three American League baseball teams. R. V. Daniels is National League Commis-

were presented various board officials for a good-job-well done. Dr. James H,- Lewis, president, sioner and the American League is headed by Rev. F. P. Richardson. Team managers are, National:
and chairman of the board of the Afro American Life Insurance Company was tendered an award in Dean Charles E. Williams Giants; Drafter H. White, Cincinnati. Red 'and Ezekiel Bryant: Dod -

.appreciation of the company's sponsoring the banquet for the third consecutive year. Photo left *gers. American League: Poland Gibson, Tigers; Melvin Brown, Yanks, and John Myers, Indians.
shows Dr. Merrion at speaker's table. Second pix is panorama of banquet hall. George Cresswell, Thomas Hargrave, the Y's executive secretary, was host.
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General Secretary of the Metropolitan YMCA presents outstanding service placque to I. H. Bur- (Photos Ry Baker ) .
riey Sr. for his outstanding work as an administrator during his interim as Chairman of the '

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Sweetfield Bells > .
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Clean Burning fir s i
Long Lasting! The Sweetfield Bells will
CITY WIDI DELIVERY' y present an after service

ALL SEASONS ICE & FUEL co. program Sunday night beginning -

58sj NORWOOD AYL PHONE PO 4.4511ff at 8:15 o'clock in
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a field Baptist Church.
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'. A musicale parade" Z
Church Notes,
KINGFISH STEAKS 49c56c featuring outstanding local 1 1. .
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gospel groups and individual -
RED SNAPPER ;t
Lb. talent will be presented J By L. N* Pearson Sr.. uw
ST. AUGUSTINE FLIP FLOP LIMITED AMOUNT -?*
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BREADED-SHRIMP FLOUNDERS 39c Sunday night starting at 8 Dr. EugneCarson Blake--V ,
u. o'clock in Lillia
Mt. Baptist
$257 per State Clerk of the General
2 lit Lb. Pk*. k.HANDY: DANDY Each Church. Assembly of the Presby-

LARGE Shrimp Deveiner $1.35., Mrs. Johnnie Mae Miller and terian Church in the

.SHRIMP Lb. 98c ,..., Frozen Mrs. Ethel D? Bannister will United States of $!n
Fr.Drops d Fichtt$1Z.OO tit. Mcrktt M cwt.eM STEAK FISH.59'Spanish co-sponsor the program which I and who edited and
MEDIUM will include Mt. Ararat'sMale published a new manual of

SHRIMP Lb. 8ge Mackerelli 35 Chorus, the Zion Hope Presbyterain Law for
Lb. Female Chorus, Dixie Jubilee church officers and mem-

Singers/first Corinth, and bers, appeared on the
BUCK SHAD I... 29c LOOK WHAT Macedonia, Abyssinia Baptist program at Eustis, Fla.

TWO BITS STILL BUYS Churches Male Choruses, last Wednesday week, Feb.

i. ROE SHAD,L,. 39 MEDIUMMULLET respectively, and the East- 7, as main- speaker at the
I I25j side Chorus. First Presbyterian Church
Frtih SHrbnpbMtWHITNINGu. Mrs. 'Erin L. Ma this. will Rev Walter L. Mertz, pas-
32' ills give the welcome address and tor.
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3 Lbs hostesses will include Miss' Among those attendingthis

: L 39c Bessie Mae Stafford Mrs. meeting from Jackson- Pix shows Clyde Knowles team
RED BASS 4A-a (General
u.. Fully Dresstd Daisy Charlton Mrs. Elizabeth Contractor top team of the Pin Riders
LB. lOe ville were Rev. FranklinD. for the week of Feb. 5. Left to right are League
: Swan, and Mrs. Annie Wilson and, Mrs. Bowling Lanes: Willie Hall, Treas. Major Taft Cummings Mgr. Continental
: George
BLACK DRUM,1 20c '
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for W.is t Sorrye Capt. Thomas
": Bl HSH 5c' Pratt. ; smalley,
: Watchers Lb. Lorraine Wilson, Elders S. 'Albert member
-- Richards, member and C. C. Richardson, '
I Olin Pearson, W. K. HarperSr. pres.OUTSTANDING

Mrs. Grace Exon,
Deacon Gladys Strayhorn.The SCORES
., above named persons Mrs. .Dorthy Johnson ...185 Meryons Pharmacy
Employee'
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.s ,. represented Wo.odlawn Mrs. Loungenia Carswell..180
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,. United Presbyterian Churchof Continental Ladies.
"'.':::\;"'-' this city Hathe Gordon..134 Bubbas Coffee Shop-Employee

,- Elder S. Olin Pearson reported Miss Wilson..162
King Edward Ladies.
the
highlights of
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,:.:,;"::.. .-. congregation here last Patrons
'Sunday at 11 a.m. service.It Earnest ne
Stubb..185 Continental Ladies
was a very fine report.

i\-\ : c' Church school begins at Aaron .'L. NeaL.191: Rev.DeweyL.: Dunca ...201
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: : 4 \ minster 9 a.m. Sunday Hut at in 3066 the Wood-West Father: Elwood.269 Rev. Franklin D. ilson...175

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the Asst.
-, -: Mgr. Joseph Hopkins of Cont. Lanes..237
direction of Rev. FranklinD.
Men'sLadie's Children's V-" Wilson minister. Clarice Wright a student of the Bowling Clinic made 193in
Mid-week Study Hour will: '
Shoes by ENDICOTT- JOHNSON V;: be held Wednesday at 7:30 her second, week of instructions also Mary B. Mitchell..137.
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p.m. The United Choir will'
From $3.95 Up rehearse Thursday at 8 p.m' The Pin Riders League ,
in the Sanctuary of the i
..church. President..C.C. Richardson Captain..Thomas SmalleySecretary..Theadore
Our Shoes Are Selected For Your
TAX
FORMS PREPARED Brown: Treasure..Willie Hall

Comfort And Health By AnExpert Far Your Convenience The League Teams StandingAverages

Shoemaker Income Tax Forms "


:' :Y.: .'" c" All Types of Repairs and Orthopedic"J' > ', Prepared By Specialist Clyde KnowJes''....775. Fire BalL.666.

_ tt t Sifter Star Liquors Coca
\ Cola..635
_.': Corrections ;Y< Good Housekeeping Gas..692
.: .' : SifiS AVENUE B Louis Rizks Rollers..623
At Carver Station "AJ'.727
<< ._.", .,,, :._"- ....,<, -' Reasonable, Prices :, \ ;. .
'!t" Dixie Engineers ...690 King Edward..617

... ; WATCH FOR OUR GRAND: I! I ALLEEI IETECTIVE.AGENCY. Painter's Poultry..677 Night'Prawlers..610, '

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>' OPENING SPECIALS .- JAgency DOW has leading a fall Mews Release By Sallie Mitchell Asst. Mgr Promotions Shows'Pin


IN THIS NEWS PAPER ''staff detectlres of trained to handle colored domestic Riders'' League One Of Several Leagues Now Formed at the


M & M SHOE COMPANY child Biasing custody investigations persona, body curds t&trol, Continentals Lanes

',and nlte .security.
Strictly Confidential. 3718 W. Edgewood Ave.

426 Davis St. EL 5-1532 Phone EX 8-3111
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Club Celebrates On Program Sunday MMBHaBHMMBMHiM .-._. .. -'" -.. .y' ,.. .,. ...,-:-"', ,-. ,--.t'.l+:.i A;'..,.,.R.:':.......'/''T1C',Y.... -.ew.". "....w.,. i v
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1904 Myrtle' Ave. was I ..(::. : :.,, .': may ask. ; you" : -.:: .:: CONDENSED
hostess when the UltraModern ( i ,

Savings. Circle Sewing cele-, and I ; ;'.1-1.-' I '.".....:' .: .: ., ;'' to explainthis STATEMENT( ( OF CONDITION : :

brated its post Xmas ::

party recently for its : statefnent. .. ..:-.. As of December 31 1961 .',' '
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ted with the serving :
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'dinner which was followed : Bonds: :
the ,
behind .
' I by a pleasant social I .' t- U. S. Government . .\. .$ 1,842,578.54

F interlude. RECITAL FEATURE: RodellF. State, County, Municipal .'. 15,416,846.94 .
Public Utility .. .. . "
Present were: MesdamesL.M. Roberts New Stanton figures. < rr ? r 9577575.90 ; '
: Industrial ". ... ."
4 Harris, .president; High School faculty ..... 11278444.87 1 :;
.P Mrs. Ber'die.Sin'gleton.vice 4 member and public relations ... i .Intelligent **wYounf Railroad ... ... ... S *S'S 948,595 :<.
people today art encouraged to ask questionsabout
Stocks: r.
oresident; Mrs. specialist will matters! that will affect their future.
( Mary Singleton financial be the principal speaker Public Utility Pref. . 1133400.00
secretary; Mrs. Carrie when the Stanton Chorus This statement of condition of The Independent Lift and Acci Public Utility Com .'. : 2,636,760.00

Bellinger chaplain; Mrs. directed by Dr.- Alpha / d Insuranct Company reflects its stability, and though it may Bank, Trust & I Ins. Co. '. .. .:. 227 630.00 .

I Beatrice Gay. program Hayes Moore presents a look complicated, it is not really difficult to understand. Industrial Pref. .:. . 41,100.00 .

chairman; Mrs. Berlis An- recital and program Sunday ASSETS I Industrial Com . . 2,493,875.00 :. .

derson treasurer; Mrs at 3:30 p.m. in St. I Railroad. Pref. . . 255,780.00 '.
The bonds stocks loans to policyholders mortgage loans and ,
Annie M. Hines sing Savings and Loan Assn. Shrs 455,000.00
Paul AMR Church main other investments art the 'working' dollars of the company. Not I :' .
j fund chairman; Mrs. Ethel auditorium. only do they mike it possiblt( for Independent to offer high pro I Investment in Herald Life insurance Co. 735,611.21

Flo reporter. faction at low cost, but these dollars art stimulating business First Mtg. Loans on Real Est. . .38,605,727
I, -:=. --- '. In this and other areas'; plus financing homes for qualified individuals Real Estate .. . . 8,122,76026

,. ... I Cash and Bank Deposits . 2,341,046.63
: : I LIABILITIES Prems. Due and Uncollected . .1,951,114.55Invest.
: Grand Sale: .. "
Opening "
i Income Due and Accrued 650,836.05
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These the funds that make Independent sound! reserves I
-L guarantee that every claim will be paid promptly, that: I Loans to Policyholders . .- 68,944.62

.1' :y- Fine Quality Vinyl Linoleum:: ., : : .t ,. the funds to pay that claim art 'instantly available. Other Assets .57,705.84 ,
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: Also included are the amounts that 'it costs to do business, such j' TOTAL ADMITTED ASSETS
r. $98,841,332.64LIABILITIES
1 Warehouse Prices .. as the commissions due Independent agents: men highly'trained
I .. and respected in their communities for their ability to plan
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9X12 realistic life, health and accident Insurance coverage for their .
$7.49..
Rug
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J Various Colors And Sizes ''. .

; { Linoleum Warehouse And Supply; CAPITAL. Reserve for Life Policies and Contracts $75,740,922.24Reserve
, These are the funds that back-up all of Independent Lif.'. I for A & H Contracts . 1,225,046 0
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5525 Beach Blvd. Plenty Parking Space activities.,'They have been invested in an able, well-run organi t Supp. Contracts Payable . 323,261.22
sation to help it expand its service I Policy and Contracts Payable .. ... 2197608.49

Prems, Recd in Advance ? 779283.24

;. .. ... z Commissions Due or Accrued '.' 586,014.90
; Gen. Exp. Due or Accrued . 137,326
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Moncrief -'I. -
Drive In -;" ':-! Taxes, Licenses and Fees Due or Accrued 'l 1,078,528

i .r Amts. Withheld as Agt or Trustee 436,102

.. '.. < Unearned Invest Inc. . . 4,971.80
f Fruit Market 4 .{ ; Agents Balances . ? 48,750.76

Security Vol. Reserve r'. . 1,835,788
j ... Other Liabilities .'. . . 452.199.34
4 45th Moncrief "
TOTAL RESERVES AND LIABILITIES $84,845,804.44

.. Big Willie Motley._._. Proprietor, z& '1. I
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s : ........ Capital ,Stock ; .$ 3,017,505.57
Group Cont. Resv . 239.532.43

COONS & POSSUMS &ifr Surplus . . 10738490.20 .

,: TOTAL CAPITAL AND SURPLUS .13.995.52820


' BEEF LIVER :$1.00 ..'.,. ,r/'"'J"-.." .............., '. I TOTAL RESERVES, LIABILITIES '

.. ..<' CAPITAL AND SURPLUS .-. ... .$98,84,1,332.64jr'fT
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U. S. No. 1 White ..' :,, .: Thus we have it. The Independent Life and Accident

,. ti: Insurance Company's Condensed Statement

POTATO ES 29(: ; of Condition It tells the story of a $98 million dollar

,. r company that is working two ways to provide a high

; '. 10 Ibs.. sack degree of
> -' -' :r protection for individuals, and to demon
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,-.. OFFICERS
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PURE LARD w t3IbJqr 23fi .: "": i merit in business and the home building industry.
{ : ua. <:z JACOB- BRYAN III THOMAS H. PATE ,
President Vice President and Actuary .
( : .'.': WILFORD C. LYON SR JAMES E. REEDER ,: WE LOOK BACK.WITH PRIDE AND FACE THE

:- '-'-" __,, .. __ ._ ----4. 1st Vice President Vice PresidentDAVID FUTURE WITH -
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Stewing. y "- '. 2nd V c;President' Asst. Vice President ,'. SHOW, 1961 WAS ,A VINTAGE YEAR FOR- .

...s 1', G. HOWARD BRYAN ROBERT H. ABBOTT i INDEPENDENT LIFE!
HENS Q for. It Asst. Vice President
$125 .3rd Vice President 01
T. P. M< McENTYRE "- t
:: ... CHARLES A. SNEAD : .
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4. Asst. Vice President '
: Secretary-Treasurer Over
a Billion Dollars
:,.;:.f..V..J JOHN 5. YOUNG J. E. CROUCH ... '
Asst. Vice President -. Life Insurance In Force .$1,OSI,204,735
.. Honorary Vice PresidentJ. N .
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OLEO Asst. Vice PresidentNELL
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(In Quarters !* T- .::. BURTON C. BRYAN Asst. Secretary-Treasurer fir Beneficiaries $23,720,448
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S .50/36 Times/ 'Baby Dragons' Stanton HandbookIs
Teem, New Soft Drink, Hits ,;.


Set. Hot Pace", t The 1961-62 Released Student Hand- 16 North Florida Counties :

aX r r The 'Baby Dragons" of book is being distributedat -TFFU, the new lemon-lime beverage developed by Pepsi-.

Douglas Anderson Jr. High New Stanton Senior High Cola Company, will be introduced in Jacksonville next .

1 v r School are still undefeated 4S School for and in the week, it was announced by John W. Holeman president of '
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at the half-way mark in 4Ax. students attending the the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of Jacksonville. ;

the Duval County Jr. High school. Developed by Pepsi re I
of
Bottling Company
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Basketball League. The 95.. ( This announcement was search chemists over a \
q 1 Jacksonville. It comes
young Southsiders are 'not made by Principal CharlesD. five year period, TEEM
emerald
6.N in an green
over-confident and Assistant has been tastetestedacross
are : 'I Brooks and '
M... bottle of crossed swirl
bracing themselves for the Principal E. L. J. Banks, the United States design and will be

torrid second half of their who said that all attemptsare for the past three yearsI
. I bottled in both the
schedule being made to encour- in an effort to achievea
Jacksonville and Gainesville i
In. amassing their 4-0 record age each student to secure high quality beverageof Pepsi plants.

.. s the Andersonites defeated one of the handbook.The unique taste and

si.. .J. Weldon Johnsonby student handbook is maximum popularity. Store Bias/ Ends

a 54-22 score; Isaish one of several publications According to overall f

: 'jk Blocker by a 44-22 score; '. published and distributedat industry figures, lemon- 'In Memphis

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the very rough 'Baby systematic intervals at lime drinks have shown

Panthers" of M. W. Gilbertby I '. New Stanton according to the highest rate of grow
: ., th of soft drink in MEMPHIS Tenn. NAACP
a close 35-27 score;, Principal Charles D. any
officials' sat down
!I r and A. L. .Lewis by a 60-H Brooks, who also stated the nation. Cola drinks
$ peacefully here
> this
I score. that several of the various, account for more than
II week and
integrated
!I Point totals for players JOHNNY MCLENDON, the only Negro employed as a top organizations produced two-thirds of the total
facilities of 29 local
'. n. :.' are as follows : James pro basketball coach--the Cleveland Pipers resigned additional handbooks' soft drink sales, but
"pop" Walker 93. Sylvester as the Quintet's pilot but was immediately rehired as guides information sheets the lemon-lime share stores, marking resolu-
tion of an 18-month NAACP
"Boodle" Reddick 46', general manager, and was installed as a stockholderand pertaining to their own presently accounts for '

i' Willie "Red" Tobe 43, ,a member of the board of directors.McClendon gained area of interest as a partof over 15% of the total selective buying1

; 'y James 'Vale' Paulin 32; fame as coach of Tenn. A. and I. 's nationally recog- the total effort to keep soft drinks consumed in campai gn.
The NAACP chapter and
ANOTHER RECORD: As of. Theodore "Winston" Jones nized basketball teams.r3rJp4Tih:1I1A. the school's community informed America.
youth council led the
Sunday. Feb.. 4, scoremaster : 23, James "June Bug' at all times of the TFH1 will be distributed .
Negro community's drive I
Wilt Chamberlain of the Williams 6, Leon "Porky" ; : ; tp year around events taking throughout the 16 north
involving numerous picket
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Philly Warriors had tallied Haye 2, and Benjamin Brown .a z. place and progress being Florida counties which lines and sit-ins last

50 or more points on 36 Eddie Bufford, Ronald By C. PARHAM JOHNSON, made at the school. Mr.. make up the franchisearea
spring and summer.k
occasions this season. Davis, 'and Ronald Greene Brooks concluded. of the Pepsi-Cola

4 1 point each. SAD SAM JONES who ,won 8 games and lost 8 for the San Assistant Principal E. L. .- '
'* --- Francisco Giants last season, says he very happy to ; ,
J. Banks chairman along
Traded By Phillies/ be traded because he believes he will get a better with Miss L. E. Solomon I ROYAL ART STUDIO ,
break with Detroit. He says he will report to the Whitelocke
Mrs. R p. Mrs.
Tigers training camp at Lakeland, Florida, Feb. 15. He A. L. Jenkins, I. M. Gray- .H CLARENCE. J.SIMON
says he is all set and is ready to go right now. AIL
Rodell Roberts
son, F. J.
followers of baseball remember the time when he PROPRIETOP
P. smalls Mrs. A. H.
pitched the no hitter for the .
Chicago Cubs and then
Moore, Miss Alice Nixon,
a went to the Giants and became the strikeout king of SPECIALS
Mrs. L. H. Williams andK.
the National League. Sad Sam says he is not bitter
I S 4.
Cy toward Manager 'Alvin Dark for getting rid of him, faculty. D. McFarlin members are on the the ; ,_s 2-M's, t Color, J 1 Black & White $6.95. .. .

because his leaving will probably both
of
help them.
it tee. _
student handbook
SATOFNINO ORESTES 'MINNIE' MINOSO will be wearing.aSt. The student committee conn mem- 1-8*10 Opaltone & 3-3*5's $5.95
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Louis Cardinal uniform this season. 'Winnie" was .
'
bers are: joann Barnes,
y quite a cog in the wheel at Chicago. For a short time Tops .In.CommericalWeddingsProftaiis
Clayton Hamilton, Ronald _
he was with the Cleveland Indians before going to GaIvfn,'r-Sdnya' Matthews -

r the Chicago White Sox. With the Cardinals in the illiams and I
Christopher
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4 Y National League and the White Sox in the American : Annie Albertie. I 515 Davis St. EL'4-1894

a a OS l A League, the White Sox pitchers will not be worried The book bears a cover -..-

.._ a a with. the powerful bat that Minoso swings. Minoso joins with the school s nation- i ':' -

FRANK HERRERA (left) and Tony Curry have been trans- Curt Flood another Cardinal outfielder in the public' ally known 'Blue and t
You Doa't Haw*e Go to Town h>GetS
ferred by the Phillies to the Buffalo Bisons of the International relations department of the Anheuser-Busch Inc. a White" colors and con-

League. Curry was exchanged for pitcher beer firm. He will be with the team when they depart t tains approximately' fifty

Dwight Siebler. It was no surprise to see Curry go since for St. Petersburgh for spring training.. pages of pertinent information LOW PRICES

Roy Sievers has now joined the Phils as their new first WELL, THE FOOTBALL WORN is waiting to see, what the designed to
I
sacker. outcome will be with Big Jim Brown in asking for assist students and their f

$50,000 to do the fullbacking for the Cleveland Browns parents developing. a On Year

of the National Football League for the 1962 season. good understanding of New I

Housewives Watch For. Shopper Brown, who is called the greatest ground gainer in Stanton Senior High School; ,DRUG STORE NEEDS

history is asking for the substantial increase in its work and progress., ,
salary because he has been setting records for the
T....With Your Neighborhood Drag Store
club over the past five years. It has been estimated. Jax Airman YVI WILL MElT ANY PRICES ADVERTISED YOUR LOCAL,PAPERS

III that his salary is now about 32000. Gets PromotionLAJES .W*DoUrtr-W.Alto Fill An Doctors' PNlClfptloa

ERNIE DAVIS, the Syracuse University flash who will

I become a teammate of Big Jim Brown when the football FIELD, zores--

curtain goes up in 1962r was signed by the Browns at a William H. Rush, son of ; Dixie Pharmacy :

reported salary of $65,000 for a two year period. This Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie W. ,

r amount does not include the $15,000 bonus Davis is Rush 828 W. 30th St. ,
said to have gotten for signing. Well salary argumentsare Jacksonville, Fla. has : 1302 KINGS ROAD-rt MYKTU AYENUI I
PHONES IL S-SSt7.'I'
I I common in baseball, but football is beginning to1 been promoted to airman

develop the idea. first class in the United

? THINGS ARE BEGINNING TO SHAPE up in Jacksonville for States Air Force.He .I PAY YOUR LIGHT, WA,1l.R. AND TELEPHONE .
MAKES SKIH BLEACHES
the Jacksonville Suns our Triple A baseball team. is a graduate of : BILLS AT OUR STOREBUSINESS

\ OLD FASHIONED From several announcements that have been made, the New Stanton Senior High ..
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Mr' roster is gradually being added to and there will be School. t.

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+ more to come. The Cleveland Indians, the parent club '- -- :- '"

will be doing sane shaving and many of the former and I I- -- .... ".- --,-

future stars will be headed toward the gateway city.
o lightens dark spoupowder .
Not only is Jacksonville ,r, DIRECTORY
fed looking forward to a winning

oase.a team, but the fans will have an opportunity to see .. .

.a many outstanding players in action. The Firms Listed Below Are Recommended As Reputable
.ai THERE IS ONF! THING CERTAIN and that is the loyalty of

i the fans in this city. Many of the fans suffered Establishments Specializing Services. and Products

1 Manufacturers of Power'.Bergamot;The J" with the Stir through last season but made their way to the park.No .

C one will attempt to say what their reason was for IMPERIAL SUNDRIES .... .... MOTHER E. M. JONES |'
going to the games, but the fact cannot be denied that
,they were there. With all of the opportunities and Patent Medicines Cosmetics SPIRITUAL ADVISOR

ENROLL NOW added attractions that have promised, the fans will All Leading Hair Preparations Service Every .Thursday-8 p.m.
432 W. UNION ST El 4-0269.
certainly take advantage of them. COR. BROAD .& ASHLEY EL 42159LHJLYiS .:
ONE OF THE MAIN ATTRACTIONS will be the free' bus ser-

REGISTRATION' ,. vice to and from the park at all home games. Parking DRUG STORESA MADEliNE'S COFFEE SHOP
troubles !'will be eliminated. It is believed that this -

STILL OPENFor service alone wlj.1 add hundreds to the attendance. Complete/ line, of Specializing In Tasty Foods

Better facilities, better service and a mere .congenial. CtiNIETICSRUBBER GOODS

atmosphere will exist at the concession department! A CANDIESSUNDRIES Regular Meals Served Daily

A Limited Number Of Students For ,'DAY aM NIGHT Classes great time is in store for all. Prescriptions Cof/ejd for and Delivered/ ,

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Kings
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LEARN DRESSMAKING Service BYRD & SONS
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itb
now Pepsi "I. D. HARRIS, RPH., Prop. OIL and GAS HEATERS ALL MAKES Of.

Open 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.-7 Bays a week
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ESTABLISHED 1916 ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES JAMES FAULKNER, Mechanic

1832',Myrtle. ,Ave.._ Corner 9th St. Phone':'FL 6-8-425'. l : Rooms by Day, Night or Week ". IKE JOSEPH Proprietor: '
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Among Rattlers Cited lax Maior-LeaguerRat/ s High' Cobras' Drop t.I'.: :'<.." '...-. a t'_;.: ..

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At Annual Gridiron Banquet FNl's'Lions/


ST. PETERSBURG ,
TALLAHASSEE--Florida A. and M. University national a
Fla. The Gibbs
championship football team was feted along with the '
Junior College
t coach-of-the-year Jake Gaither at the annual banquet
p. Cobras gained sweet
of the Rattlers recently. ;; & '
Friday

7he Rattlers, unbeaten in the outstanding nonvarsityplayer. I ,.. ___ revenge night by defeatingthe X.i

10 games, were acclaimed :_ Florida NormalL

champions of national Negro Forty letters were also i 'o_ ns 10173.
college play. Gaither was "
I The victory
1 awarded to various players'and was an S
voted national small col- I '
I Trainers Willie ClEmons atornement for a968o

lege coach of the year. of Palmetto, Cecil Danielsof loss the Cobras -
Dr. George W. Gore Jr. tYt$
Miami, and Harold Bethelof suffere.d last i
president of A. and M. Miami. week in'St..Augustine C

presented to Gaither a and' one which
James Wanza, former A. andM.
plaque from faculty mem-
them
gave four defeats
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bers. A. and M. assistant player now T' E Ev for the season -

coaches Hansel Tookes, Ed Miami's Northwestern High, j jI jI ....
the mos.t the ""''''- '" -;---
Oglesby, Pete Griffin Cobras have suffered MACHEN INJURED: A back injury suffered while trainingby

Costa-Ki .les, and Robert Plans Benefit in any season of top flight heavyweight Eddie Machen (left) forced I

Mungen also received, the institution's cancellation of an important Feb. 10 encounter with

plaque. For RhodesCHICAGO history\. hard punching Cleveland Williams. .
Center Curtis Miranda The Cobras.rankedin

Jacksonville, received a I A the nation as a .Here's. Baseball's Top NegroWage

cirtificate for his
framed
nationwide drive is junior college

selection to the Little in progress' to offensive power Earners

All-American first team of raise funds for set their record at I NATIONAL LEAGU -

The Associated Press. pioneer golfer Ted
their
10-4 and upped PLAYER TEAM ESTIMATED SALARY
Quarterback James Tullis Rhodes whose brilliant I scoring spree to

i won the most valuable player golfing I VERSATILE ED CHARLES, former jax Braves keystone sacker 92-92 points per Willie Mays San Francisco Giants $90,000
trophy. QuarterbackEmory career may havereached guardian, is spending a few days at home
and hot corner ga me. Hank Aaron Milwaukee Braves 60, 000
Callier received the : its end here prior to reporting to the Kansas City athleticsFeb. Florida Normal was Ernie Banks Chicago Cubs 55,000

sportsmanship award of the i .f' 0 1 J 0 win' 'a recent 25 for spring training at West Palm Beach. Playing no pushover how- Frank Robinson Cincinnati Reds 55,000

Tallahassee QuarterbackClub I major operation. winter ball with Arecibo of the classy Puerto, Rican ? ever. The Senior '4 Los Angeles Dodgers 40,000
orlando Cepeda'
,
and for '
a trophy being
Members of the 'League, Charles was nosed out .354 to .351 for league College foe' hit Minnie Minoso St. Louis Cardinals 40,000

all-round selected senior.the outstanding Linksmen Golf.,Club. : batting honors_ by Mike de la Hoz of the San Juan club. I the floor of the Roberto Clemente : Pitts burg Pirates 40,000

have sent letters Cobra Sports palace
Willie received w James 'Junior) Gilliam Los Angeles Dodgers 35,000
Clarington out to more than Joins Gulf Corp. Trofman's-63 intent on spanking
20,000
the lineman-of. th John Roseboro Los Angeles Dodgers
-year 700 Golfing enthusiasts Coach Nom Jackson'sbasketball
Wills Los Angeles Dodgers 20,000
Maury
and Robert Paremore won a
A. andM. asking for Points Tops up- Bill White St. Louis Cardinals 20,000Charley
similar trophy as contributions to starts. .
Neal N. Y. Metropolitans 20,000
back of the
& year. help defray the The fine shootingof
Archie Williams receiveda -- ---- CIAA RecordHAMPTON George Altman Chicago cubs 20,000
I
expenses of Rhodes : -- Sherman Hammond ,
trophy as the outstanding Leon Wagner Los Angeles Dodgers 20,000
operation which resulted Va. --Elizabeth Byron James, and
player.: Marion
freshman in the lossof t.. City 's veteran backcourtace Robert Williams .
AMERICAN LEAGUE
the "Snake
Patterson got one kidney and a Jarvin Trotman, who helped the Cobrasconsiderably.

Pit Award, presented to portion of the ,rf lze netted 63 points recently They PLAYER TEAM ESTIMATED SALARY

.o.ther. against Northfolk Divisionof scored 23 18 and .
forasthmatics
Good news
Known' as the Virginia State Collegeto 17 points respec- Elston Howard New york Yankees $40, 000

'Jackie Robinsonof R lead his quintet to a rivel Y'. to remainas
Detroit Tigers 35,000
Bill Bruton
8p.c1.Wt's dlKonry DOW m.ka Itsibl. .
1IC>> .for bronchial asthma suftarer. I Golf Rhodesis 121-82 triumph set a new the Cobras' top
UB quickly IvUV.. cboldQ. coqhlDc. Al Smith Chicago White Sox 35,000
z do>t without UM5tau5 recuperating at CIAA high and
also scorers.
rar=::painful. } ctlons. a single Vie Power Cleveland Indians 25,000
So Mountain Mf*you la en either f*t clgar.tt Dr.Guild or GreeD compound the VA Hosptial in M game record in collegiateranks Louis Jenkins was '
form wltboupreKripUoDo Ask Sam :Jones Detroit Tigers 25,000
your druggist lor it. Nashville. Doylan B. Forney has this season. top Lijon Scorer
.... Hector Lope New york Yankees 20,000
Sale
been appointed a
with 24 points before -
i Representative of Gulf A&T DefeatsWake leaving. the Earl Battey Minnesota Twins 20, 000
1 thico Fernandez Detroit Tigers 20,000
Oil Corporation and has game via excessive .. .
i Forest -
been assigned\to call on fouls Howard ,
fP f retail accounts in the 'WIlISTON-s LE f, N.' C.--TneA. defensivework After
Fine
J nowitS .1! Detroit area. and T. College ROTC, Blanks
i by James 40G ContractTEANECK
Mr. Forney,, a native of Rifle Team last week defeated -

Ohio, attended Akron's the Wake Forest ,Williams Hammond, ,
I and Louis Steward AvailableEntry N. J. -
1 I I I Pepsi Bechtel High School, Riflemen, 1241-1334. in a
I I stopped Lion pro- New York Yankees'star
shoulder-to-shoulder rifle
awarded
M where he was
Els ton Howard
lific scorers John ,
for those three letters in foot- match conducted on the Wake blanks are now available -
i. who will celebratehis
Horne Ellis Smith .
ball. In 1954 he received -' Forest Rifle Range. : for the ninth annual

,who think young ,jt an athletic Charles Richardson, of and Robert Perry. I North-South Golf Tournament 31st birthdayFeb.
The trio scored 69 23 stated he
.
scholarship from the Uni- A. and T., and John Harris, "which will be held February
\ points in pacing is seeking a $40,000
versity of Akron and of Wake Forest, were lead- lg-23 at the Miami Springs
the Lions to the contract from the
I. majored in Accounting. ing scorers! finishing with Course. For entry blanks world's
96-80 victory over champions
identical scores, 275 out contact: Ray Mitchell :
this month.
iI Gibbs but managed
r : of a possible 300. 8502 ,Rockaway Beach Blvd.
Pepsi' Posf only 9-points while Howard who led
The victory gave the Aggie Rockaway Beach, New York or
I fr seeing limited the Yanks, with a
team a 10-2 record Harry Markowitz 4200 N.
For action. .348 b a-t t ing aver-
Gautt w. 27th avenue Miami F.la. .
The two teams engaged age.TRANSMISSIONS
Watch This Clown
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a see-saw
TULSA--Richard Hughes, "

president of the Pepsi- 19_74 ...... 24' battle for 12 min. FIiThJAi4.
Cola : 123 -48 83 of the first per
Bottling Co. in Tulsa, zxi
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announced last week the appointment fi ,7 j iod Then Gibbs.
with its
steady
-t of football star
4" 5 scorers pulled out
Prentice
Mutt
as a public
relations. department 1 9 front. They gained
45-50 lead by half-
representative of the firm.
,3& JQ.61 time. What kept the

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tines he's up 'Defeat'A&TGREENSBORO ,

Learn SOBS times he's down -
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TELL. / He adds, subtractsHe .,* 's swimming team copped
works it all around '
I a recent lopsided 60-35 win

lhe Latest Scientific' .. 'COMDVG ATTRACTIONS over the mermen of A. and kA41
everyone you meet that it's 2r-
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Meets Monday Night John Northwestern ,
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The regular meeting of Barber Shop
L the Booster's Club of St. All-Modern Conveniences Expert Haircutting and
'DONALD BROTHERS CONFECTIONARYWE j.L j.
DELIVEREL Paul AlE Church will be Rooms. By. .Dajt, ..Mite.or Week. Processing.
held Monday Feb. 19 at Call E16-7596... 741fc West 2117 W. 44th Street
3-5180 147 Kings Road 8 p.m. in the lower auditorium Ashley. 'Street..r "t pp 8-3677 BASS' CAFE
of the church. Amos Tarring. Proprietor .
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SERyiCE Palms Barber Fhop).
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5-2400' El 3-1479 : W.'HOUGABOO;; Mechanic Never Ends, And. Yet Not Expensive.
: 1361. Kings Road 'EL 4-3659'. I BOOKKEEPING SERVICE -
NOTARY PUBLIC ,
P WAkTEDBeauty I
.J r" I LETTER WRITING i Open from 5 a. m. to. 11p.m.
l operators & Barbers :\ You CaUL_,JL Will Haul, CAFFEY I I
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,are wanted to New:Holly- '!, ,(tiinli.. ;., 'r.'ii/tjn I Office Phone El 6-8282 Mr. & Mrs. J. D. Bass, Proprietors
,. jrood Beauty Lounge 622:ff* !I "Service is ,Our Business" I Res. El 3-1541 I
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: 3323 Myrtle Avenue t I 1332 KINGS RD. on U. S. 1,
Mr. Porter ; EL 3-3245 Mr.: Telephone Pi 9-1271 Jacksonville Fla.
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CHUCK ROAST
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tell your Past present. Future. Love. Courtship ,,
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FROZEN Lucky Lucky 29
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PERC H READY PAH L3 1 DEVINE. Take Bus no. 37 'to-4431 Old Augustine 39CIbI

Road, Jacksonville. BRING THIS ADV, $1.00. Open 7 DaysALL DAY__SUNDAYS._m,,,.. ....."_'"_.''_'''-. .,. _- __ -- ;; .. --- -..
FRIGID DOUGH BEEF -- Jim Dandy

MEAT PIES a II00oo WANTED I You 'need N. Y.a LIVE-IN friend MAIDS in N.Y. I Cabin .
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Let Mr. Harold of theM GRITS .
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PORK WANTED Sales Agent, male &llory Agency be your 25"
or female to sell Choir friend. He GUAPANT S you
Pound One 1 Gowns to Church and School, a live-in job in a good with Sib Bag
BRAINS 4 one $5.00 w more food order t
Pkgs.. Choral Groups-no capital home paying $30 to $50 .
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required-can be handled on It a week free room, meals Blue Plate McKcnzie Fresh Frozen Greens
part time basis. Reference TV. He advances bus tic- i
WINGS 4LB5.1 00CKSMEATY7 required. For commission kets and expenses to N.Y. MUSTARDS I
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data and full details SFND PFFEPFNCSS to Mr. MAYONNAISEPt.
write THE C.F. WARn COM- Harold. The. Mallory Agency COLLARDS :
PANY-Manufacturer-P.O. Box 5.76 Merrick R 0 ad. jar
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ANOTHER TRUCK LOAD JUST RECEIVED I 815A Davis Street ifc ., :I I
U. S. NO. I IRISH Haircuts. Shampoos r all I i.
siQelBAG first class orerators-- I
POTATOES 50 IB. .I women.. and children' : +I
Melvin Jackson Pron. I f e
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LIMIT ONE SO IB. BAG BULAH RAHSON BEAUTY. BOX !
1 HELD OVER BY POPULAR DEMANDAmerica's
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BACON Specializing In ", Finest... f ', .
LB. BOX Scalp Conditioning '
Call for Appointment Romantic -
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HORMEL, LEAN, MEATY Singer
5-3243
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NOTICE The story of what

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four men did to a
For your convenience the Florida Service girL.and what the

Bureau has opened an Income Tax divisionat town did to them!

801 Florida Avenue (corner of Florida KIRK = FOMERIY OF THE SWINGING /
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Save your hard earned .tax dollars by having ''.'.:. .1':". I -,-wnHOur-.nv 1 Ii PLUS :

a tax expert prepair your Income Tax pbs CO-Hit .. TE DY

Return and explain to you the many deductions '"I BOMBED PEARL HARBOR"

you are allowed to, use.; ROO"SEVEl" r Thru.tueR.f'undaY ,

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pay received, interest paid, doctor bills nnumnnate .

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