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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 8, 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:
UF00028362:00640

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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:
December 8, 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:
UF00028362:00640

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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was reported missing by order would Gilmer stating, "Wel. -- (Royal Art Studio photo)
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time, the chief executive Mae Baker of 757 W. make a substantial who helpingto Four Yoiths ::1
those are JuxOilS Sawtora.y d T Hitioial lady
was trying to de- Lincoln Court Dee2 at start toward Atlanta 1: fi.lJ.di.: a m _
'. -'; make... your ,. .. -
Jtarrain e-4 f t he.th.ree.4m. vtmit .
1 > M '' tnin*
T-j Held
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all 0 f whom had low in- m. .1i J" e n tfitfg'th e g ra Calaber) .o r&imer v oqe,: i-.l'POli t -rai rcnTi,'dgV alcoholism, senten'cftTgand For. 37Burglaries 1

, tllligent quotients, given to the; Missing Justice of discrimination O' f the most dynamic John E. Santora was se' related subjects v

Persons Bureau. and segregation in development forces in lected to serve with,the during last week's ses i
were capable of a premeditated Stik .CriminalLost
, Police further stated housing. the nation. board of governors of sions. City detectives stated
act of mur
that there was no evi- The statement pointed the National Asm elation Nearly 150 Judges from Tuesday that three teenage -
der. N. C. Attorney over the weekend,
i\ dence of foul play at out however, that the o f Municipal Judges the United States 'and youth are being held

Wedn esday s rej ection the time the body was order has 'tonly limited Named To U.S. two fingers or portior.* during their annual convention anada attending in Juvenile shelter and
of the pleas by the thereof: one,the strangecase
found, and this was sub- s 'ope" and does not_ recently in meetings in the Hotel
three men now makes it of a missing finger
.
Staff Miami.Sen !
stantiated Wednesday cover many aspects of Dept. Fountainbleau of the
possible for the governor with nail attached in
afternoon following an the private and chousing tor a, who has served Association which was I
: to sign death warrants CRFENSBOH. N. C. A Miami: the other, a right here since Ii
autopsy report. market, among as Judge organized in 1960. Judge
for setting an Greensboro lawyer was index-finger brought into classeson i
Homicide Lt. G.H. Hurl- th Em: 1959 attended Santora is the only mEmber ,
execution date. recently named assistmt'Uni Municipal Judge John E.Santora' :
bert, Sgtx. F. A. Fruber .'. .Already-completed courtroom psychology from the Southeast. dIi
and W. C. Barber, and housing projects' that ted States Attorneyfor a Court, Jack
Judge Rules Out the Middle Districtof sonville, Monday. Hearingwas Sanders To
Patrolmen G. Bradley and receive Federal subsidies Cong. Powell

f H. C. City Ordiance I, C. Barton conducted the necessary for Henry North E.Carolina.Prye. 30, a closed.scheduled' case Address Mass To Ii Iir
i Investigation. their continued opera Resign
1953 graduate of A&T Miami police are still .
.i F !NTUN. N. c. Superior . .. tion. t \ College, with highest Mutiig Siiday
t Court Judge William '. trying to put the fingeron PastorateNEW

Bundy has ruled JFK Presents Pin To UL Praxy the man who attempted For Jai NAACP YCR Rep. Adam .. ;

i. that this city's new to rob Martin Nemeroff, Robert Saunders field Clayton Powell (D-N.Y.) r : h :
One of the
NEW TOFK -
contribution and of Martin' Cleaners .
ordinance against your owner ex ecuti ve for the stated Monday that he
pens used by Presided that of the National at 5691 Nff 17th :,
picketing is in violation Florida State Branches plans to resign as pastor -
0 f the First Amendment Kennedy awaited in"stroke"the long- Urban League in connection s M Avenue, as .lie closed his of the National Association of Abyssinia Baptist Bran JFAS JONES

: to the U.S. Consti- whereby he signed the with ,the Executive -w ;f shop and was leavingthe for the Advancement Church. the fourth in city Jail. I'

tution. This guarantees Executive Order pro Order on Housing." premises last Satur- of Colored People will Sources close to Powell on charges of breaking !

freedom of religion, hibiting racial dis- The pen and letter of day. be the main speaker said he is expected to and entering and grand

I speech, press associa- crimination in federally presentation are being Nemeroff said the man during the public mass tender his resignation larceny resulting in7

tion and petition. aided housing has been framed and will be approached him and demanded meeting scheduled Sundayat Sunday before a meetingof break-ins and eight auto

The Judge's decision presented by the President placed on vie" at NUL his money. Nemer 3:30 p.m. in Second the board of deacons. thefts detectives reported i

followed resistance to of Whitney M. headquarters in New York off wouldn' cooperate.The Baptist Church, Rutledge Other reports indicatethat I II

the law through non Young. Jr. executive The Urban League was one man is aid to have Pearson president of ; Powell plans to resign Three of the teenage !I

violent direct action by director of the National of the leading proponent socked Nemeroff in the the Jax Branch of the from his congressional youths were aged 14 and ,

t the Eden ton Movement Urban League.In for many years in press HENIff E. FPT.Assistant nose and they grappled NAACP announced. seat for the the fourth Bobby Jean I:

made up of groups nark-0 presenting the historic ing for issuance of the .... DA and fell to the street. Mr. Saunders will givea purpose of launchingan Jones, of 2124 Davis St. I

ing for integrationhere. memento to Ur. White House anti-dis.. honors, and who holds Nemeroff bit his attacker progress report of West insurance Indies., firm in the is 17-years of age. 1

It also followed Young President Kennedy crimination edict in taw. and the man fled the statewide NAACP pro- According to Pet. Sgts. i
the Doctor of degree Powell,
whose
wrote: 1 of housing. for 1962 and will present, and W.E.
!, protests from concerned am aware the the scene--in a hurry. gram Haitiwanger ,
from
Universityof wife is
persons and groups all North C8r.llna..will" Last Monday, Nemerof/ also divulge plans of Yvette.. MarjorieFlores Alsobrook, the youth admitted '!
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over the nation. remembered spitting the organization's Diago his 1b 1m er breaking into 37 i
Over 50,000 Pans Expected
become the first of his congressional staff secrete.ry.is -
The ordinance was something out of his national state and business places during i

killed after a hearingon Sitvrdiy At 01 Classic in race North to hold Carolina such a post:in ',mouth during the, Inci local projects for the Puerto Rico.a native Althoughshe of the past three months, !i

briefs filed by .G. A.rillett. dent. A check outside coming year. taking several hundreds
modern times.
is still carried
local attorney, MIAMI -- It will be "his 'shop produced a re- All officers and members on o t dollars in cash in

end William A. Kunst- Jackson state College of wasn't decided until the The appointment was ward.He found a fingertip are urged to attend 'his congressional payroll four of the burglariesfrom
announced by anCxTrized, she lives there in
ler. New"York, counsel Jackson, Uiss., against final gun went off. coantete with nail. the general public is safes.PBtrolllBl .
sources at the United their S7 5.000 home.
for the Gandhi Society Florida A&U Universityof Trailing 14-0 in the Officers Joseph Musial invited. Pearson stated. B.W. Cutchins
States Justice Department -
for Human Rights headed Tallahassee in the last. quarter the Tigers .' and Alec Russak of the Show and I'.H.! Arnold apprehended i
Washington D.C. Increase
by Dr. Martin Luther '30th annua'Orange from Jackson caae back Miami identificationBureau Cigarette SalesThis two of the boys i
Attorney Prye told re-
ling, Jr. Blossom Classic to be roaring and nearly skinned pondered tryingto recently inside a Kings
that he Cigarette
The hearing had to do played Saturday' night, the, rampaging Rat porters expectsto find the owner of year s ciga- consumption Road school building,

with the arrest of eight December, in Mi ami's tiers. Led by the All- clear his private the, fingertip. However, rette output is estimated in the U.S. ant and they in turn idphc --
practice schedule and be by forces
protesters against the Orange Bowl. Aaericaa passing combination they; feel that if Nemer- at 539 bil- overseas aced the other two
able to officially assume this year is placedat
lion than in .
ordinance including the The rematch of these of QuarterbackRoy off can do an effective more suspects.Sgt.

} Rev. Frederick H! La two grid powers is expected Curry sad; end Kllie the position about job with false teeth, 1961, says the U.S. 512 billion. P.H. Short aided
the middle of Dec.Ismediately Department of Agri- .. .. in the investigation.
Garde regional repre- to attract a Richardson J'ack2OR! they might be able to do
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upon
s entati of the record crowd of 55,000 arched up the field eQually as well with culture. -- ---------- --- I
graduation from MT
Southern Christian for -the Classic aad (through the, air) for their modern technical .. .. .. .
Prye was commissioBed a
: Leadership ConferenceSCLC should pro ABC a soother eight points aid was e@uipaent. Attention Classic Fans
lieutenant
second in
( ), Atlanta. SCLC thrilling gas* far'South headed la the s.me .direction Bottled Evidence lives: at 1360 Davis St.

is also headed by Dr. Florida feetfeall. las. IB the ..aiagBlottee < the U.S. Air Force. Earl: Franklin of 1457 A disagreement is saidto Want to See The Classic HighlightsThe
aider the college's RQ1Cprogrta
;" King, If you seed s>ay refer : of the i-e before Davis St., was the coa- have erupted between The Parties
and served in Events
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*: ;_ eficetf, ,Jvst ask sey "&*. IM oat.. Japan and Korea, fro plaintant. in the jax the two men with Franklin ,

of the 4F, "'l". who Coach Jo ha trzttt8_ a case before, judge San apparently getting And Yourselfat
.0.1 mm A 1953 to 55.e grafe- Maybe
witnessed list year's 1'1Cef..ll' bare .am 09portwitr ton,, tad he producedhis the worst of argument. ,
ated in the top 38 per-
LITTa..UGIru.w.tI..a contest Btwet these to .WMBWC. that. evitUnce la a bottle. Franklin said Martin bit the Classic?
cant of his clsM at ate
: tw school*. Im Met defect rtMt tlMT will. 'Praaklln told the court off his finger which he

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    .' AIYSOH L HflSE _--'Itars Elf NEW YORK--Voluntary response and coopera-
    tion of Americans toward providing equal

    HILDA WODTEH....... r CraMM Ma** : opportunity for all citizens "has far
    r exceeded what most had anticipated, Vice

    MilK OFFICE & PLANT: President Lyndon B. Johnson declared in

    addressing the National Urban League's annual -
    2323 Hoacriit tori--Pfcae ELg 44712 a 44783 Equal Opportunity Day dinner ,here.

    r More than 1,200 persons, representingcommerce
    Y. Miss: Mlti and Industry, labor, government
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    .,. cies and organizations, plus
    : ,. ,-'.'!."'.. hundreds of individuals who
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    gram, attended the event, held
    One Tear, $6.00 Half Tear, $4.00 in the Grand Ballroom of the '

    Mailed to Ton Anywhere In the united States .:.. Waldorf-Astoria Hotel.
    ._ -. ,.Sab script Ion payable In Advance Whitney M. Young, jr. NUL
    :; :; Send Check or Money order to: .. "e ; executive director, also addressed -.
    '"'. L the traditional gath-
    FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 .
    Jacksonville 1, Florida ering. SIVPSON
    \ Vice President Johnson, chairman of the

    1962 'Gateway Clussk'I Twrifle President's Committee on Equal Employment
    I Opportunity, noted particularly the response -
    of busineesmen and labor toward
    But T tie r SMM 'Ills'
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    resolving the complex problem."If

    , THE Gateway Classic staged Nov. 24 between these efforts have not succeeded in
    J Florida A. and M. and Texas Southern Universities breaking down all barriers of job dis-

    was in the overall sense one of crimination, and certainly no such claim

    ; the outstanding sports events of this fall STRING GOVERNHENT AGTI1N HEE1E1 TO MEET THE PERSISTANT CHALLENGE can be madehe said, they have suc-
    season. ceeded in breaking down all barriers of

    should be given to all about the -
    UNSTINTING praise -. .. .. doubt and uncertainty willingness
    officials and to those alumnus whose con- : of American business and labor to

    I certed effort produced a spectator spec- move beyond the habits, customs and pre-
    tacle of gratifying proportions. There is Weekly' judices of the past.'
    Your
    , no doubt that the over 20,000 persons who Precisely this was exemplified--in an EOD
    [ attended the game between these two fine tradition set by the League in 1956 to

    Negro schools experienced that wholesome commemorate the anniversary of Lincoln's
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    excitement which only the 'ffnesb in sports : Gettysburg Address--in presentation of the

    drama can produce. Horoscope Guide NUL' s 1962 "Equal Opportunity Day Awards" '

    HOWEVER, for more outstanding "Gateway t to two distinguished Americans, one from .
    Classics" in years to come, let us briefly industry and the other from labor.

    scan the weaknesses of the '62 Classic: ly PABLO 'Tht ,ASTROLOGERWHICH The awards are conferred in recognition

    To begin with, the officiating was not at of the contribution made by those honored!
    all times fair and impartial. To be sure, ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR over the years to the League objective of

    there were times when FAMU officials choseto BUSINESS LOVE TRAVELARIES equal opportunity for all citizens.
    overlook certain violations--much to the Recipients this year were Thomas J. Wat-
    '.. '
    advantage of FAMU. : .- I son, Jr. ,. chairman, of the}: board, Interna-
    SUCH partial practices on the part of game tional Business, Machines Corporation. andA.
    officials can seriously harm the traditionof Born March 21st thru Born June 22nd thru health on one side to -10-77-13-59-217 Philip Randolph, president, international -
    this yearly event. Perhaps if game of- April 20th July 23r'dThe your job or employment AE UARI US Brotherhood of Sleeping Car portersand

    ficials were drawn from colleges other than Your ruler, Mars, continued impetuous influence on the other. You may Born Jan. 21st thru vice president of the AFL-CIO.Presenting -
    those involved in the game itself, the to bring great of ears now transiting have to make decisionsin Feb. 19thInvestigate the awards were the 1961 EOn honorees
    officiating would be through your solar second a hurry at this time, Wheeler chairman of the
    chances of tangential activity into romance. any proposition --Walter H. jr. ,
    kept to a tolerable minimum.IN Projects which call for house, tends to caution sweep and you cannot evade offered you, md board, Pitney-Bowes, inc. and David Sul-
    the larger sense, local businesses research or creative in away your usual facing up to real IssuesIf be somewhat skeptical of livan, president of the Building Service
    should be more responsive to thie yearly efforts are also stimu financial matters, so your past record in promises made you. Business Employee' international Union. presidingat
    that anxious to
    I sports event since it stimulates business. lated. In these fields, be you are and work has been good thai openings coming up the commemorative affair was John J.
    I Businessmen should readily underwrite the overgenerous per- you will ride out the then Snyder pt9Jin4 chairman of U, S.
    it favors all your endeavors may seem glamorous presidf
    haps take flyer in in
    a .
    : .
    storm that direction "
    ,.'expense -of-a'larger, more impressive pre- on the 8th and the, market, fhlld'it is ;more' and,safe but they con Industries.,, Inc.: ,.who. _'was:, chairman"of, : the f
    and be firmly: entrenched -
    e'-parade.' More floats should be in evidence taro 1962 DOD event.
    g 16 tb. Strive for attainment true that you will have than before. hidden liabilities.
    more marching bands, more spectablein and recognition opportunities to Increase 5-20-44-12-75-524 The same holds true for The Vice President said much of the cred-

    general. or cement closer emo- your earning power on the events on the 22nd. If it for the progress attained belongs to

    JACKSONVILLE businessmen could take a page tional ties, on the 15th, 16 th, Let it be in constructive SCORPIOBorn you make a mistake in "the leadership of Americans acting voluntary
    from the 39-year history of Macy's Depart- when your ruler is trined work, and not Oct. 24th thru judgement on either of like the Urban League, like the lead

    ment store's Thanksgiving Day Parade. For by the Sun. The warning by taking foolish changes Nov. 22nd these days you could ers of many of our industries, like the
    this period of time, this, the world given by this positionof Try: not to let disputes The opposition 0 f Jupiter find your professional leaders of many unions."
    largest department store, has given the Mars develops during with your close 0 f kin to Uranus on the position in Jeopardy on" He noted that employment of Negroes by

    people of New York City--and elsewhere via th e last week 0 f the disrupt the peace of the. 9th dies, not accent your the 17th, when Venus the federal government increased. in the
    radio-and-now, television panorama .of month. Be sure you are coming season. angil ar solar: houses, so square Mars. last year by .three times the anticipated
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    "beauty'- and excitement as a way of saying out of speculative hold- 910551697913LEO its danger to your 8-30-22-16-67-832 numberwith 10,270 Negro workers addedcornpared .
    "Thank you for your patronage." jugs before the 28th, financial interests is PISCES with 3,772 additions anticipated at
    less than is the
    case
    STILL, in sum, the 1962 Gateway Classicwas stick to only: conservative Born July 24th thru for many: others. You Born Feb. 20th thru the outset of 1962.
    a great success, not only as a sports investments, and Aug. 23rd may find that friendshipof march 20th He also reported the promotion of 4,481

    event but as a happy reunion for many, many take precautions against The big aspect. of the long standing will J' dera e your activities Negro federal workers to middle-level
    people who, because of the demands of life accidents and fire ha- month, the momentous blow up between the 9th during Dec. with white-collar jobs and 343 to top executive

    and the peculiar nature of distance, ma' zards on the 30th. opposition of Jupiter to and 14th and the whole Mars in your solar sixth posts.In .

    otherwise never meet again. TAURUSBorn Uranus, could bring period could put :you in house, you are apt to its continuing efforts, he added, tIle
    about developments which financial jeopardy: if President's Committee on Equal Employment
    FBI Reports Drop II Dmrol April 21st thru work too hard too long
    May 21st bit you hard financially.Make :you went overboard in and then invite a good Opportunity will strive to eliminate considerations -
    sure that you, protect speculation. case of the flu just because of race, religion and ancestry
    Crime Police Work
    ; Team Fldor Your ruler, Venus resumes financial
    all Interests
    7-60-66-13-39-761 you don't have the completely from the economic. scene. .
    THE latest Uniform Crime Report issuedby forward motion on before the 9th SAGITTARIUSBorn physical resistance to A telegram from President Kennedy was
    the Federal Bureau of Investigationshould the 3rd. in :your solar and that your tax returns Nov. 23rd thru combat it. You will make read at the ceremonies, in which the Pres- i'I

    be a source of hope and some degree house of marriage and are in perfect Dec. 21st. strides in your work ata ident said:

    of satisfaction to all Duval citizenswho partnership. This acts order. An unexpected This is the time of the normal pace on the 8th "I am pleased to send greetings to the ;
    like shot in the to
    have been concerned with the 'amount of a arm factor tends to decrease year when .:you hold the and 16th and the right National Urban League as you again observe t
    criminal activity in Jacksonville and its romantic hopes, so that your earning power then, center of the stage end attitude towards superiors Equal Opportunitv Day. The anniversary of t
    environs.THE some of you may be making and not until the 14th when your popularityruns then may net yon a the Gettysburg Address is indeed a most I
    report, specifically encouraging for plus fi>r marriage on the will :you be out of the high. So much so raise or promotion. After fitting occasion for the nation to measure J \
    14th and 22nd. But be- woods. It is imperative, that, take things its actions '
    this area, reveals a discernable decreasein that the Full Moon on agatinst Lincoln's tords and !
    the crime rate during the first nine fore committing yourself for your best interests, the 11th could' signal easy. Don't wear yourself give new dedication to the goals which hr H j
    irrevocably: investigateall that you give speculationa out. set forth. ;
    months of this year in the Jacksonville.Duval important activity with
    sector as compared with the same angles of any pro- wide berth this eonth.1.80331545L95 your mate or asDci ates. 3-70-55-B-S5-375 "The record of this administration will ; .

    period of 1961. Covering crimes ranging posed partnership, per- Your personality: is O bl. ar continue to be one of. determination. to insure ,?
    sonal business. The
    from murder to common larceny, the report or VIRGO ca tilling at thet time that America will become more an !
    danger of being blinded
    gives Jacksonville the distinction of being Born Aug. 24th thru but emotions could be at : more an open society rather than society
    the only Florida municipality with a by: your emotions in life.still Sept. 23rd high tide. Contact top closed by tacit agreement and unconstitutional ,

    --population 100,000 or over to show a persists your Uranus is bringing its men in the publishing, laws against millions of Americans."I .
    If make mistakes
    decrease in crime in the surveyed period. :you power to bear on your television or advertising ha commend A. Philip Randolph and Thomas
    In trusting others too
    THIS reduction in Duval crime, however far earlier in the personal life, and Its field on the 16th 'c' I 1 J. Watson, Jr. two outstanding leaderswho
    minimal,' did not come about by chanee. month, you could face opposition from Jupiter as it will be easy then 1 have worked tirelessly to eliminate I
    It exists that there is closer the 9th the racial barriers in employment and i
    as proof a serious disillusionment'when on poses to sell your ideas or I com ,
    rappert between our county and city police ruler is threat of change of. separation obtain your objectives. mend all the devoted supporters of th < f''
    force resulting in more effective law en- squared your by Mars. in marital and ,- I I50881424458 1Ytl Urban League for the Important contribu- \

    forcement'which is beginning to meet head- 6-60-22-13-64-652 partnership affairs. It tion you have made toward achieving true < .
    on the swell of lawlessness particularly is up to you, not to CAPRICORN and complete equal opportunity."

    prevelant among teenagers. GEMINI force any: Issues .in Born Dec. 22nd thru Mr. Young, in his address, stressed the
    POLICE activity during the past week give Born May 22nd thru these fields on the 9th', Jan. 20th great increases in intensity and dimension I,

    evidence of this with the round up of teen- June 21st 10th, and 14th, after with your usual business c which have occurred in race relations and i
    age gangs whose disregard for law, order, The long transit of which the tension will astuteness yon are always problems arising from it during the year
    life limb is to this Mars thxougi the portionof ease off. Some of the just past.
    or property a scourge ; aware of the toll 116 ..?
    area. your chart governing strain may arise over modern day taxes are y II ti'l'1 "There has been an acceleration of the .
    THE tracking downof, these young hoodlums, travel serves to stiso money, so you should taking of everyone's ..'. impatience and restlessness of Negro citi- 1
    and their subsequent arrest was the result late a desire for change call a fflBily conclave iua se. With Mars now tl"" zens everywhere,"ar. Young said. 'North, I{
    o'f teamwork between city and county au and be new satisfied scenes which under early: and work out A continuing its long ,lrdI East, West and South, young and old alike 4 t
    'law- enforcement officers. It can be no sensible badger, where transit through your are straining to unleash themselves from j
    conditions prevailingOn I'
    other way in such a sprawling city as Jack- everyone has his shareto solar e1 r Ith house you the remaining vestigee of second-class /{
    the 8th sad 16th. You
    sonville, and a vast area as Duval County. spend. should take bold steps citizenship. )1
    also use the splendid!
    ,'=JT" would' appear that, this intensified may aspects operating on 3-70-11-14-83-371 protect yourself from 'Ie have been able to face these new "I{

    effort by the police to suppress criminal dc to LIBRA unnecessary problems in dimensional problems because of the expressions .
    these } irui-oli-
    activity would make it clear to everyone Born Sept. 24th thru this direct t>n. Explore of confidence in the Urban '
    sales caapaiga or f
    that a larger police force. withfn the city some arrange ft>r the sale of Oct 23rd means to lighten any .. league that have come to us from many
    and throughout the county, would be far B am scripts. Bat give np The dominant aspect of financial burdens on sources. Through the moral and financial
    more effective' in controlling crime and any idea of travel who the month is the opposition the 10th md 16th. when DO NOT ALLOW support of persons like yourselves, we
    its malignant by-products. you ran the danger 0 f ) of Jupiter to Mara is e it ready well ANYONE EXCEPT have been able to tighten up the national
    critical aod ckf1 ts. Uranus on the 9th. Its You will not THE DRIVER near headquarters and to expand
    WE have a good police force here in Duval. aspected. program, ser-
    But we have got to make it better--if we 8-40-77-18-58-847: nature is disruptive, a 'bare the same chance aicin. the machine while It vices to our 63 local Urban Leagues which
    want to make Jacksonville better. CANCEl posing threat to ,your & operating are the central motivating force."

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    ,' don't have a wedding in Bind." Actually,, everyone
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    if /* that will be held in Miami: on Saturday, December 8, .
    1 I which will afford excuses for many social events 8 t- v ekN _

    preceding and following the game. R'wsrr -

    t 'The, "Orange Blossom Special" will leave the T rs ..rN
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    Jacksonville Terminal Station Friday evening, and aers

    those who remember the ,fun had during 'last year'strip

    will certainly' want to be on board

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    I .Sorority, inc. honored four of Its dutiful members

    ;last Tuesday evening electing them as delegatesto

    t the National Boule, to :ibe- held, in, Detroit,

    Michigan, December 27 through 30.

    : Mrs. Ruth C. Solomon Mrs., Julia Hazzard Mrs.

    Norma White, and Mrs. Erma Word were named delegates -

    I at a meeting held at the Eldorado Club.


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    Mrs. Elizabeth Downing Mrs. Ann Monroe and Mrs.
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    t Jerusha Guyton were guest players when Gems Bridge

    1 Club met last Friday evening in the Jerome Road t\\
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    : home of Mrs. Catherine. Jackson. / :

    Mrs. Lois Avery, Mrs. Myrtis Thomas, and Mrs.

    :. .Kathryn Robinson were recipients of club prizes.

    , I Mrs. Guyton qualified for the guest award and

    , Mrs. :mortis Thomas qualified for' door prize. _

    . Mrs. Zelma Johnson, Mrs. Alvenia Scriven, Mrs. t. _
    ',1 CHRISTIAN GESTURE! ---Nucerous groups comprising Edward Waters College student early morning of the holiday. The food was collected in Lee Auditorun--photos
    , Marie McCain,and Mrs. Marian Walker were also among ,
    \. body recognized the true significance of Thanksgiving collecting. and preparing 1 and 4--packed and distributed to families in the city and countywide area.
    participants in the meet g. "
    ) f; food baskets for the underprlviledged which were delivered during the "- (photos By Baker)
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    ... OL'--
    .,: ,'w' fYr. "
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    , .ee..ee. .ee. e..e*_ .... Miss Mary L. BrooksTo ijjthsKT. FAMU ProfessorJFlapoed -'
    \ -\ --V -A. .r : College Choirs
    L t :: ; |Is
    e AnnouncedDec.
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    . I # w .. '. .. -... .. ... Wedding sApplications ,
    m,4 w w v --
    and lirs. Johnnie mie'eIer'of*..t'718 Jefferson Pledge Troth; .: and Mrs. Assn 'For
    By ScheduleNEW I
    _Street are having quite a spree while* vacationingin December 23rdLOi" Washington ; 3625 N.,* Marriages LicensesChas.
    II New York City Myrtle Avenue; Girl. Florida
    TALLAHASSEE A
    YOP.K, The Dec.
    r They are accompanied by Mrs. Wheeler sister,MissMartha II r. and Mrs., James ""MM University.professor Murray. 5645 ,Ben e Broadcasting Company to
    r Broadcasts of Negro
    L. Perry of 660 West, Eighteenth Street. Hamilton; 2735 Begonia was elected as an of- diet Rd.21 and Beatrice its affiliated stations
    \ College Choirs, the each week. The local ABC
    Rood; Girl. fleer 0 f the Association M. Dix 1599 W.
    ..........eee.e..e.eee....ete I Mr. and Mrs. Elbert't for Student 22nd St. 20. ABC Radio Network weekly stations throughout the
    Teaching.
    t Jackson; 7176 Mathews Florida State Unit. Willie E. Carle,. 273B series, will feature co in try air the programon

    1 f o r.t, 'jl and choruses of five different days and at
    : Street Boy. : .e J51. .21 .,
    Lydia ;
    ,_Hrs, Margaret Starkes. Mrs. Sweet and Mrs during a recent meeting;
    '
    the
    7" Dorothy Sweet were..hostesses: s:when' tne I sf Silhouette Mr. and Mrs. Abramrohn'son at the University of TTefty'J. Smith 1626 southern colleges varying times. Check
    Y'
    %IiN +fa Campus St. 24. United Negro College local listingor
    Club met l' st' Th.u 'jByening 'at thiT'Eldorado ; 4323 Bessie, Florida.Dr. newspaper

    ", .".bItib".1: A ''i r.. Apt ,, :.6;-.,fBpy.Mr. fal ter"- Mercer. .Vim9'. T* Hick, 1740.Dot Fund announced. airtime.
    the member
    f Monroe Mc- St. 44 and\T1111 e M. Presenting
    : and Mrs.
    Mrs. Norna White, president of the organization. professor of educationand JINGLE BELL
    of the Fund
    Darling 2440 Forest colleges
    presided. over the brief business session. Griff; 1915 Hardee. St.; director of intern- RABBIT HOUNDUse
    Street. 43. the program originatesin
    Boy.
    Mrs. Gloria parsons was winner of the whist prize, Mr. and-'Mrs. John ship teaching at A&M. Herman A. Jones New New York City and is several brass tags on

    I while Mrs. Norma 'White stood out .in the bridge pis Andrew; 1142 Pippins St. was elected secretary- York N.Y. 21 and Wil- beaned by the American your rabbit he dog's collar to jingle

    group. I'> '\ Girl. treasurer. A.J. Polk, helmena Grant, 2802 as runs along. I

    Other Silhouettes' present included Mrs. Betty" Mr. and Mrs. Ellis associate professor of Calloway Circle 19. I

    .Ho.arei. Mrs. Ann Mcintosh, Mrs. Beulah joyner'' ; -.. < Lincoln; 729 W. Duval educat fin also represented Geo. D. Walton. 738 !

    Mrs. Virginia Mathis Mrs. Almira Wilson, Mrs. < Street Girl.' A&M at the Minnie St. 52 and Mil-

    / : Norma White;!'Mr..i. Nos S Davis,' Mfs.. ..Hannah. (Jones, MRiIDN': Rev. 'and Mrs '....,Mor&n'd; jrs7.-Jam es'tobrnsonr1 & meeting. .AH pro-fes- dred Johnson? .738, )Minnie. ,
    :Jllu: J
    Ilrs8adassah Bn fard.NMrs... 'Geneva; enderson, Mrs. AB. Brooks:df-tnife dty \, 2$"sfcnewallstreet 'si'on'al e d u c'ato rs''who Street. 47.

    Alma Johnson, Mrs. Florine Smith,. Mrs. ,Mary Floyd announce the'app'roach1ng Girl. 'work regu airly in the Eugene Calboun. 815 W.
    t ;
    marriage of their daughter
    preparation of teachersin 30th St. 20 and Beatrice I
    and Mrs. Delores Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert, I
    Mary Lou to George Florida eligiblefor j
    are M. Rush 820 W.
    Branch 5811 Harris St.
    ; ; I
    *eee..e.ee..eee..ee.e..'..*e.ei Billie Rogers, son 0 f membership. 30th St. 18.
    !i Mrs. E.M. Rogersof Boy. Ffr.
    Mr. and Mrs. Franklin
    Orlanbb.:>> The wedding is
    Les Charmahtes Bridge Club met last Friday eveningIn Young; 2169 Yulee St.;
    scheduled for December H-i
    the home of Mrs. Alma Daniels, with Mrs. Pearl 23. 1962. Boy. : ,

    MaCkey as the lone guest Mr. and Mrs. Howard {!
    I "" Miss Brooks a prospective "I !
    Prizes ver6'avard'd'toj: ; Y esuawes: : xeiia Mitchell. .bltistjn'i 2B5'3"'D'ebra j
    '" December graflu at e

    -.,. 'Kettp'Sessions-. T ,-4fliri,8* | ,r w $.:r.t: andfjoyce 1 ,7l."l'Mrs. liwson..r of Florida .ASM University Dr. ;. Boy. f7
    Mackey ,received- aftractiye.cit ..fjpm the Mr.'and lirs. Raymond w
    r is.a :graduate tM >:0 .i Ii.ir I
    hostess. Caldwell 759 Van red i
    of Madison Training : I : l.:
    Street Girl.
    : L..
    e.......ee....a..e............ School. She will received k
    Ellis ,
    a B.S., degreein Mr. and Mrs. Her mother her sister? 1.
    feo ds and nutrition.Mr. Bennett; 3318 Plateau 1 {.. : or ,
    A Christmas Musical will be presented Monday,
    is former Street; Boy.
    Rogers a f $ BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL. NATURAL-LOOKING HAIR COLOR
    1 December 10, in the Isaiah Blocker_ junior High "Florida A&M student. Hei Mr. and Mrs. Grant t '

    School Auditorium.A s no w employed at Dowdell ; 1433 W. 26th v.1v Whether you want the excitement of a different
    special feature of the program will be the Street; Boy. hair shade, or want to give new life to dull or
    Fitzsimmons
    Army, a viPET '
    hair insist on the long-lasting hairct>for
    gray
    termination of the '"Fifty :for<' Fifty' ; 'project- along Hospital in Denver Mr. and Mrs. Henry- Mercer in thefamous red package-Godefroy's

    f with door' prizes.. :; ; : ,: :: Colorado. ; 1811-' .. 1jth St< : Larieuse. It's easy ta apply, and'omp1ete in

    Boy. one package-there's nothing else to buy.
    :> -I' F After a short..honeymoon '
    ..*...iei.*i.i*'+*.**..***.*.e. Mr. and Mrs. C.JL Hills. YOUR HOLIDAY TABLE with the Christmas
    in Florida, the couple ,
    spirit--serve traditionally American pump ,
    will leave_ for Denver 1778 Davis Street Girl. tfl.mlV
    kin made with Carnation Evaporated Milk
    pie
    Mrs. Leola Dudley was the guest player.whenLes where they will live. Anderson Etlstf'g
    Douglas LARI
    Elites Bridge Club met Saturday evening.at 5764 This one has the lucious flavor of bananas 3e l itroyMfp.CofnC vy.3510OIIvSt..St.LevISMo.1LvJ .

    Cleveland Road.Mrs. Maxine Jackson and Urn. Bernice Cites Annual Day for a new, exciting taste treat. .

    Henderson were among winners of club prizes. Mrs. PATRONIZEStar -The ,Guidance Department j I

    Dudley received a gift from the club.
    of Douglas: Anderson High

    .........e.e.....*...e.e.e...*:. .- .., Advertisersnow a School with the, in other cooperation senior

    high schools of Duval .

    County, obse"ed''Ql- famous DORMEYBR

    Its Pepsi J 'I ege Day" ''recently.

    E College Day:; is-,R ne set MIXER IUICSB GttlSBSl


    for those who think young W aside to allow fr3m.,"colleges:>representatives > ENSEMBLE


    ---_._- =- ., ,?.. .. ,, in the Southern 'United -J

    zPr ... States to visit the
    a+ 1r ) U -;' EnyityXImV Ind
    t various high, schools. .
    here.. In orde'r'to' help *,' r... Cd Ir ,tbrtt.... ...Jabd :i

    ,! seniors choose 'their: DeIID EIeddc Vti1 tJ tlMd I IHeaduty

    I .1 future institutions of ,.
    V. AC-DC,motor,
    ."higher 1e artist}i'-
    t Eight representatives V a -, adjustable itand and tnrntabltf,

    : >:' r 1 + MYe JIt E visited the campus to g y food grinder 2 beaten,

    explain the benefits WiThW F4J'i 6 ft. electric cord, strainer,
    -1.
    that could be obtained) '

    y, by students attending "j r- juicer spout, reamer, I

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    their institutions. Many .il and 2 glass fbowls.
    ,
    informative Questionsand Does all your
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    answers were exchanged y"! : :! 'U mixing and grinding for you.

    s. and the time in,

    solved_ was well spent,, .i '

    a -,faculty The following members were college tqa! k.r; EASY TERMS! !

    diplomats foi'thei r .

    i Schools: Mrs. Blunt

    Paine, TueceeInstitute College; G.L. Howell NO MONEY DOWNIt'sitts.


    Rev. H.G. Miles ,Florida .

    X AUI University Mr.. lest .. .

    plorida Nonaal' College. ;

    Today parties arc more informal, more fun.They reflect the big change jeaes E. Huger, BeilzheCookaan For The MAIN AND. ADAMS
    to a youthful new outlook Its a modern state of mind and all ages ,
    are involved. Call it thinking young And that a life for Pepsi-liglrt, "" 'Coilege. ;. lar.Hargrare. '. '.Fa.iI, i 1111 .' ;' ,
    bracing; clean-tasting Pepsi So think young. In stores,buy an Knoxrilie Colleges '
    .,. f extra canon,AtfountainsSay uFepsi, please!" Alfonso Jessie, .IIIIiIIC.S FeriitireTIJS El57571ir ,

    -, ) 'PepSie9Ttcl .. Ho iris Brow College. '8 d. ", '. TV's '- Steree1 ,
    n am ic44 ioryt tdr er r+ctwlniat potI r+"airf a ri c L* *., Zack Weston, eiedict.





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    rACE ::4. rilllH STAR SATURDAY DECEMBER d. 1962 '

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    I Sorority Completes Holiday Project Nuf'l Director Heads Program .

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    Saturday At Florida NormalST.


    CHURCHNEW p :- AUGUSTINE---Dr. James M. Godard exe- I
    Y
    cutive director of the Council of Protes- \

    -w tant Colleges and Universities will deli- f

    ver the main address for the Seventieth

    Deaconess Board 2 of West Union Baptist Church ,Anniversary Convocation: "A Salute To The I{

    will meet Sunday at 3 p.m. when the annual elec- Church" at Florida Normal and Industrial

    tion of officers will be held. District 9 will J Memorial College on Saturday Dec. 8. I

    meet Sunday after morning worship to hold its President Purjear "

    election of officers. The Beautification Clut
    Baptist Board
    stated that the institu- \
    will also .hold its meeting after Doming worship.The J tion fortunateto
    was very
    Matrons Auxiliary will meet at 4 i
    Young p.m.

    in the home of Mrs. Illlye F. Dennis, 3111 Wood- secure Dr. Godard the servicesof who isno Tour Far East i

    lawn Road.Bethlehem. 1 stranger in Florida.He RICHMOND Va. The 1

    received the A.B. Degree American Baptist Board : ;
    ..*........................... -
    from Park College of Education and Publication -

    Parkville. Missouri; A.M at Valley I

    Baptist Church will begin its Sundayactivities ;. Degree and further Forge, Pa., announcedthat

    during Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. with .- Ftii graduate study DukeOniversityfield Dr. Allix B. Janes,

    Deacon E. Sawyer, Mrs. M. Williamson and Mrs. of vice-president. of Virginia : '
    t J
    Sadie Fedd in charge. The organ drive committee / i 4', specialization in educational Union University. 1

    will sell pies Saturday at the home of Deacon and ; 3f psychology with has been selected to bea
    }
    Hrs. A. Buggs, 1344 W. 20th street. usher Board 2 + s f 4 ri emphasis on mental member of a special

    and the young adult choir will serve at each serI i J t hygiene of the school team composed of ministers -

    vice with lira. G. Carroll in charge of music. The .t child and on mental and educators to

    I pastor, Rev. A. Anderson will deliver the sermons. t estin g. visit the Mission Fieldsof

    the American Baptist

    ; .....*........................ J 1: Usher Board Convention in the Far
    ; : yp. a T
    riddle and Near East

    I Districts 3 and 4 of Abyssinia Baptist Churcl Plan Friday and participate in r.

    will meet Friday at 8 p.m. at the church. The Sun- Seminar in Burma. TheGroup

    day School chorus and Christmas rehearsal will be -">. t,,,,,,..-.':,:1",..-.. Night ServiceUsher will leave the
    ,. United States nee. 27
    ; held Saturday at 4 p.m. Districts 5, 8, 11 will

    meet Sunday at 3 p.m. at the church. District 9 IN GENEROUS FASHION. Urs. Callie Jackson (second from left) Basilens of Alpha Zi Chapter of Theta Board 2 of Greater and return Feb. 27.
    The Group will leave
    will meet at 4 p.m. in the church. District 12 Sigma Sorority, completed the sorority's annual Thanksgiving baskets project with: a presentation to Zion Grove Baptist
    San Francisco, California -
    meets at 4 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Annie Bell Mrs. Simmons, mother of six children. Other members shown from left are: Pledgee Ola M. Taylor, Anti Church will conduct its
    on Dec. 27 for
    f Gardner, 703 North Street Ct., Blodgett Homes. The Basileus Minnie Lee Alexander and Pledgee Burchereaii Flappy. installation service

    weight rally will terminate at the close of the (Photo By Kirkland) Friday night in the Tokyo Japan where they
    will visit I'uito-Gakuin
    auditorium of the
    meeting. University, Japan International
    Pallbearers Grand Brewster Men ELKs Annual Bethune Receives Chu rch Christian University -

    *.....*......**...........*.*. Rev. Edward Norman will toman's Christian -

    Lodge Meets Dec. 14 Meet SundayBY )2,299) Grant From be the speaker for the College, and Waseda

    T__1 '.Deaconesn. Board of First. New Zion Baptist Memorial.Services United service. He will be accompanied University. From Tokyo
    I Fallbearers Grand Union College FundNEW
    '
    Church will'meet-Sunday at 4 p.m. in the home of C. PART AM JOHNSON by the Gospel the group will go to
    Lodge No. 228 will celebrate
    Chorus of
    Rev. and Mrs. Leroy j. Clayton, 1638 Illinois YORK. An alloca- Philadelphia Hong Kong to sec the
    its first anni- The Brewster Men's : Set For Sunday
    Street. The Trustees will meet Sunday at 5 p.m. in tion of $12. 2)9 has been Baptist Church.Officers outstanding work of the
    versary Friday night, Club will hold its regular -
    be
    to installed -
    the church. mailed this week to American Baptist and The
    Dec. 14 in Mt. Ararat meeting Sunday at Macro Lodge No. 8 and Bethune-Cookman College. are: Mrs. Careth Church World Service

    Baptist Church's Educa- 7:45 a.m. in the cafe- the Pride of Maceo
    .. ... ,
    ** ** ************** ***** Daytona Beach the Byrd president; Mrs.
    ---- - among the teeming refugee -
    PI tion Building. Miss teria of Brewster Metho- Temple No. 186 IBPOF of Clara Holloway vice
    United Negro College population. China
    Marguerite Dennis, dist Hospital, with the W. will observe their
    Northwestern Plans First Timothy Fund. reported here to- president; Mrs. Mamie colleges in exile, especially !
    annual memorial service
    president, announced. president J. Earl
    Newson secretary; Mrs. <<
    day. This sum brings the the work at +
    The program committee, Ibrse presiding.The Sunday. Dec. 9th at 3 p. Barbara Williams assis-
    total UNCP to Chi will be observed. -'
    grants Chung
    Christmas PageantThe Slates Year 's Walter Hunter, chairman, assembly will immediately m. in the, 712 Elks W. Duval auditorium Bethune-Cookman for the tant secretary; Mrs. .
    and Krs.! Esther Ransom into the
    go .
    Estelle Daniels, uniform -
    Street. current calendar year to A visit to the Christian
    chairman, have arranged business session following -
    Northwestern Junior co Rev. E.J. Rivers, pas- $4 t:184. director; Deacon R. Mission to Buddhist !
    Final ConfabThe an entertaining breakfast. The mem- Thompson, treasurer. The i
    Senior High School Glee tor of Ebenezer Methodist A charter member.BethuneOJokman at Tao Pong Shm will be
    Club, under the direc- program. bers must be reminded Church will preach has been other !members are Mrs. made. After leaving 1
    1
    t final conference of
    that the time for dis-
    All Lodges, other
    Eddie Macon, Mrs. Nellie
    tion of Richard T. Had- the year in First Timothy the annual memorial an active participant in China the group will go 4
    and the missal is 9 a.m. and
    1 ey has scheduled the Baptist Church will organizations sermon. Music for the the College Fund since Daniels, Deacon James to Bangkok and visit 1-

    performance of th e be held Dec. 13 at 7: 45 general public are that the closing hour service will be furnished it was founded in 1944 Byrd and Deacon James Thailand Msslon work in
    cordially invited to will be enforced. By Snith Jr. {
    Christmas" Oratorio' p.m. with the pastor by: the Pride 0 f Macro as the nation's first and around the area. Arrangements -
    attend. supporting the closing Rev Norman will con- r
    by Johann SebastianBach. Rev. R.L. Smith and officers will Temple Choral Group. The Educational community are being
    hour the members \
    ch est.Thirtytwocolleges'and. duct the installation.Usher to visit a great
    in charge. The Palalka SingersTo have' m opportunity to :Duval Vocational School made
    The performance will be. election of officers chorus will be the guesty. : : Board 4 rillserve. Buddhist University. The
    get back home and prepare -
    in the school cafetorium will be held. Observe for Sunday and group.A universities are affiliated Christian Group group will then travel l.

    Dec. 9 at 4 p.m. The Rev. W.S. Peoples. church services. special invitationhas with the und to Rangoon and prepare

    Choral Parents Club is pastor of Magnolia Bap- First Anniversary Reports on the various been Issued to families this year.' All are independent for the BUBO SE41IHAB

    sponsoring the annual tist Church and congre- FALATKA The Rosebud activities will be the 0 f deceased mem- accredited' Sets Dec. 16 FeteThe which will be held for

    program. gation will worship at Singers will observe order of the day with bers. All Elks who are institutions located in two weeks.

    Director Hadley states the chu rch Dec. 10 at their first anniversaryDec. whatever additions to be in the city away from the South. Since the program committee Communion Rites

    that the "Christmas 8 p.m. 9 in the Pente- added for discussion.The their home lodges and College Fund pioneered of the Christian Endeavor -

    Oratorio' consists of Mrs. M.L.B. Story, or- costal Church of bd in one matter that is Temples are invited to cooperative fund, raisingfor Hour revealed Set Sunday

    six parts. In addition, ganist of choirs 2 and Christ on North 9th uppermost in the mindsof worship at 712 W. Duval higher education, plans during the monthly At Emanuel.

    he addedrbe entire 3 will be honored withan Street at 8 p.m. the members at this Street. nation-wide support has staff meeting held recently .

    oratorio indicates the appreciation program Rev. R.L. Lambert will time is the annual fruitcake The program will be released. steadily increased.: fo r Christian" ?. [bran' el Baptist Chu rch"

    dignity and characterof Dec. 14 at 8 p.m. in the serve as master 0 f ceremonies sales.There Exalted Ruler Allocations to the activities. ,;l administer Holy

    Bach's religiouslife. auditorium of the Church and the Eastern is one other item Leon E. Gonzalez of participating institutions The service fill be Communion rites Sunday
    are determined by held Dec. 16 at 3 beginning at 2:30 p.m.
    Various choirs and singling Florida Youth and Adult of vital importance that Maceo and Daughter p.m.

    The admission to the groups of the city Association will sponsor will demand the immediate Ruler Hattie I. James a formula developed by and Is tentatively with the deacons in

    performance is free. will participate. the celebration. attention of the of Pride of Maceo! Templeare the college presidents.No scheduled for Mt. Olive charge of devotions.The .
    restrictions are junior choir meets
    AVE Church. The theme
    that attendance -
    ___________ men. President Morse is stressing
    1---------.------- --------- placed on the yearly ap- monthis Friday at 5:30: p.m. for
    tt .. selected for the
    m B M Bi mvm ..u asking all members of at the memorial

    iit r- the club to be present. service is a 'MUST" propriations. "Giving, and is rehearsal. Choir 1 holds

    ..inti" Bowling based on the example of, its regular business
    Joins FAMU Staff .
    -: S"'g1 ft-of his'Son'to session Friday at 8 p.m.

    On Doctorate "The male chorus 'will
    Professor Completes Work the wrld. -

    3118 Fdgewood Lanes Phone Clubs, fraternal groups meet Saturday at 7:30 ;

    = Off Cleveland 7 8-3493 : churches and civic p.m. for rehearsal.
    HOUSTON. Texas Dan- of study.A
    w will be contacted New members will receive -
    forth Scholar Peter B. recipient of a Dan- groups
    .
    the right hand of
    with explanation
    an as
    Thornton, assistant professor forth Grant for the
    .. in Guidance and year 195960. Dr. Thorn to how they may partici fellowship Sunday
    e pate. m o rning.FREE \
    Special Education, re- ton received a second
    grant in 1962 to cover
    cently completed acade-

    .s.. mic and residence requirements the summer and fall

    for the degree terms of the 1962-63 I" I
    school year so that he I/
    of Doctor of Education _
    could complete his work If
    at Colorado State J
    for the doctorate de-
    r University Greeley,
    Colorado.Dr. gree. I' f
    R.x His dissertation. : "An
    Thornton was notified -
    j 4i
    Analysis of the Counselor -
    \. by Dr. Sam G. Gates (
    training Program at
    graduate dean at the NEW LAT INSTRUCTOR AT J
    Southern Uni- Jf
    Texas
    Greeley institution that PAW At torn or John 0. Jt.f
    versity" will be
    extremely -
    : he bad passed with Moss has Joined the t.
    helpful to the
    : I. 411 4I honors his oral exami- Florida MM University
    department to which he
    nation co.vering his college of law staff as !
    E A Series Of Special Events : major and minor fields returns at the Houston an associate professorof ESTIMATESWe

    : For Your Bowling Pleasure :. school. I law. He is a graduateof Also Specialize in ; ,

    the Indiana University .. .
    : \
    school of law. Garages :.

    LADIES DAY FAMILY BOWLING E EA IYIII Prior to coning: to Tal- Florida Rooms .'"'*.x. ,:-.. 1

    ..., ahassee, .,h e was as- .'. .
    UONDAYS : -
    = t SIRS Roofing
    :
    1; sociated-with the firm
    a
    TUESDAYS 10 am. to 2 a.m. ,_/ -
    : r J. Bath Rooms
    of Bolben and Mann in
    .
    10 a.m. to 2 a.m. __ Fuel oil & Bottled Gas 4
    : -Adults 3 games $1.00. Indianapolis.ServicesSunday. e Concrete Work
    Ladies -- 3 games $1.00 Children __ 25$ per game : 25 Gallons To 1.000 If Necessary

    .. i. -, o Pointing ...
    = FREE PRIZES Be sure to register for 6330 Restlawi Irire Ftm ft. 4-9516 : :
    t FREE GIFTS :A :coMPlETE HOMI RffiCDELJhl SERVICE .
    Bowling Shoes and Bags I Usher Board 2 of Greater
    $10.-$7. 50 & $5.
    Free Game Tickets Zion Baptist Church of
    =
    Grocery Baskets MONEY DOWN .
    Wesconett will hold installation NO

    =- = HATCHES R1GHT FIXED! ..u.. service: Dec. Loans I

    .
    7 in'the auditorium of th FHA & Conventional
    YOUTHS DAY Cleaned. Oiled Adjusted Case with
    :1 HEN'S church.
    BAY Polished and one of the following Tbia. CONSOLIDATION FINANCING AVAILABLE
    SATURDAYS : parts included: A d y.

    10 a.m. to 6 p.. t. JEVJL MAIN SPRBfG* STBI or C86WREGCLAR lfolmt and ''Vestrunrral CALLFLORIDA

    Youths 25$ per game -. THURSDAYS : > t Tsi&*.

    ;.. 10 a.m. to-2 &... All fork Glal'lllteed 1 Year Home

    :,..: PRIZES f. 3 gases *- 1.00 ahrouotraphs Ambulance Service BUILDERS-

    ,';. Free Game Tickets : I-BAY U A VIDSO H 5 and Special -m lEST tosirso Kc r2T19
    '
    "JS? JEWELRY, CO. Models Sllthtljl NOW
    w.
    :Free Parking At.tln ed. Nursery Restaurant Service: *. oeem ". """-" """ ,""" 1 fll Aer Phone Tdtewaed PO 5-1641 Ave.

    ,..... '_...........f....' .. ...8.8,88..8... 111 W. NKTH E HHI BAY EL 4-8889 KI6IT F8 4-0816
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    ,I SATURDAY. O E EMBER 8, 1882 FLIIIIA STAR ** ; -PAGE. 5Diractioi

    Jikisu Irucb YMCA's Auul Toir Was A Big i recess Obituaries i t -r i Phillipines Welcome

    1 x-, Mis Ruth McClary: 9gs Volunteers I
    t PeaceCorps
    .:,. _. Julia Street. .
    I Hiestro Gonzales;' 819 'WASHINGTON Another: "'

    M Market Street. contingent of about 70
    ,
    Mrs. Carrie Swan; 7115 Volunteers arrived. In
    Y _,,.
    ; .. J Marie Street. the Philippines to teach
    .. -. Willie Dean; 1015 Odessa the 'elementary schools

    t Street. and to fork in the field

    A By Rev. J. Reddick r B Titus Mason; 718 Ever- of ru cal community

    r son Street.arias action.

    .' THE R. Tn" T ANA d : Fannie Maultsby; The arriving group

    y 2307 N. Myrtle Avenue. trained at the University -
    We read In history, that during the: early part r v ,:
    Mrs Lilla G. Curry; of Hawaii in
    of the Twentieth century, star
    a strange appearedin _
    1819 W. 13th Street.
    x
    ; Hilo for two intensive
    the sky. it was finally identified kt
    as 'Hal- ,. C
    Belinda Barnes 240
    Joy
    ; months. For 60 hours a
    ley's Comet." There those who -
    were described it r Home Street.
    a week they studied
    ! as "The object In the heavens that excited the
    Id rs. Ruth King; 5656 Filipino culture, his
    greatest wonder." people far and near were fearful '
    Doeboy Street.
    ; tory, economics, education -
    beyond reason According to reports, during _-, -: : ; Eliza Putnam; 8ID Court and government.

    the excitement, rumors treaded throughout, many -.; t ET They learned teaching
    communities that this strange object would event- x. r ;
    = f ; Mrs Irene Lewis; 622 methods and received re-
    ually explode and the hot marrow contained therein South Lincoln Court.
    fret l'r ours'es in
    would destroy millions of people. This rumor :. Samuel Turner; 649 American studies and
    added to the panic. # Florida Avenue. ..
    s international affairs.
    J As usual, many strange things happen during aI' p, .._ ?,V.,. John Miller; 236 S. 12th They learned how to

    panic. There appeared many agents in several communities = Street.
    i maintain their health
    I' with make-believe answer. They were
    Jake Campbell; 110 Oafc and underwent rigorous

    selling "comet pills." These salesmen noon had Street. physical conditioning.

    1 many customers and convinced all of them that the L -A'r c Daniel Love; '35 W. Duval Those in community

    pills would build up the resistance of the body .w Street. development learned the'
    .,. } x.
    J sufficient to withstand the heat coming from the .r '' i:r s. Minnie L. King; skills required in that

    exploding marrow in the comet. But as the sales- a 5342 Mays Drive.Mrs. field. The Volunteerswere

    }j' men expected, the 'comet did not explode, but they x Ella B. Gaskin ; gi Yen a week's

    kept the receipts from ,the sales of the tills as .S .21C Mt. Herman Street. leave in Hawaii before

    : their premium. As they expected' they gained and Mrs.? Carrie E. tiowins; departing.
    /
    the poor uninformed and panic strickened people 1557 Florida Avenue.

    loss much of their needed income trying to buy a .
    quick answer A HAPPY HOLIDAYI---It was off to Tennessee for 40 happy youth who made the Johnson Branch D1CA'sEductional
    the Thanksgiving weekend. The youth visited the Butler Street
    Tour to East Tennessee over
    Nearly too thousand years ago, there appeared a
    in Knoxville, Tenn.; the Atomic Energy Museum at Oak 31iJ3E3E31i4elJeem[
    strange, Star in the sky which also excited the YMCA in Atlanta, Georgia; Knoxville College [
    the Mountain Nhtional Park the Cherokee Indian Reservation and the William
    Greatest Wonder. it was the Star of Bethlehan.. Ridge; Norris Dam, Smoky
    of the U. S. Constitution. Chaperons for the group were Lawrence
    Blount Museum. Blount was a signor
    Many strange stories have emerged from this event
    Park School and Thomas B. Hargrave, executive secretary of the
    V. Jones, an instructor at Forest
    Although Truth marches on, many of us during these
    is of the fine for boys sponsored year round by
    days'evade Johnson Hranch YMCA. The tour one many iirograns
    1 the reality of Truth and adopt "comet

    pill" answers which will not stand any true test. James WelrioiJ Johnson Branch YMCA. .., -- _. -. _____ ,

    Christ is therefore crowded out of Christmas both Pirates

    by those of us who provide rumors for the panic Fellowship 1 Baptist Premier Meats Woodlawn United Returning

    over the Star and those who offer answers which ServicesServices Coach Faces
    Church
    Presbyterian ChurchBY
    will not pass the test which represents the natureof Collection AgencyFor Problems

    the true meaning of the Star. We become so much 1 ast Sunday L.N. PEARSON, SP. Many

    Involved with rumors and sales until we forget the were very well attendedand Toys, Clothing The Woodlawn United HAMPTON, Va. -- Ke-

    truth it is high time for more of us to- begin to the spirit was high. Premier Discount Center Presbyterian Church will turning to Hampton after

    represent the right answer to the Star. The pastor Rev. G.H. 1824 W. Beaver St. has hold the following services being away studying last + e: er

    people today are living under fear, dread, terror. H anil ton delivered his been designated as in the George year Coach Frank Bity : 1

    Naturally we want the answer. But we need not expose 11 a. m. sermon from headquarters for persons Washington Carver Elementary returned to find quite a

    our soul as ripe prey for "comet pill"saler.nen Mathew 16: D-2J. .and organizations wishing School 2854 W. predicament for his ,, .

    : who are here to stay. Sun day Schoo 1 at 9: 30 to donate Christmas 45th Street, Sunday, hardwood players. With .

    A thought: "Teach me the truth, Lord, though it a.m. with Mrs. G.H. toys and clothing which Dec. 9th. Church School the tallest man standing ai

    put to flight my cherished dreams and fendest Hamilton, superintendentand will be distributed to will begin at D a.m. only 6-4 Coach Fnty i ,

    fancy's play Give me to know the darkness from Instructors in needy children by Ken with T.V. Huger superintendent will revert to a runningand .: _.,, BrightSolid

    the light; The night from day." charge. 11 a.m. devotions Knight and the go s >elsingers in cb arge. shooting seen:: e. 'Our ,.

    -- Frances Lockwood Green by Deacons E.V. on Christmas The Morning Worship outstanding asset will ColorOrnaments

    Ml cox and Henry Kelvin. Day. service will begin at be defense," commentedthe .. ..
    Sermon by the pastor. 10: 55 a.m. with L'rs. "For .
    Ferf n wishing to aid coach we ,
    Missionary meeting with In the 'project, are requested Rudyne Watson playing won't be giving the r f ,
    #.*>8s8s*******>8>*
    ... .... ,, ... .. prelude. Rev. F.D.
    .:tt: -t/l.! s. ,.1. '. I ""! .w\ Mrs. Doris Davis president -... -bringtheir the other fellow anything. r
    presiding. BTU donations to the 1824 Wilson will bring the Although graduation

    meeting at 6 p.m. with West Beaver Street location message with the West- at ch' t hurt the team to

    the president Mrs.! anytime during minster Choir supportingthe any great extent, Coach ,""

    Annie Cummings inch the day.Praniet's. rites. A heartfelt Fnty said, however, he .
    ::t------: arg e.I management is welcome is extended to feels that he is 'behind

    .------- ..I Evening worship at 7 p also asking public- visitors and friends. i n the recruiting 0 f

    m. with the sermon to spirited citizens to as- The following activities players, a major factorin

    be delivered by the pastor sist with the wrappingo will beheld in the team development.

    .. ...., .'.. or an appointee. toys and ,other presents Westminster Hut; Annual Although the coach is '. ....., ..
    t: : :. !' iI. .... I' t Church Officers Training .
    1-4\/; Tuesday evening Prayer which will be com not too optimistic about ,
    Red! Blue! Silver! GocGreen/ !
    ,t I "" ,: ; ...;;' at Session. All Church officers of this
    is : il meeting begins 7 o plated on, Saturday. Dec. the outcome sea-
    ,.. I'". ,'Jfahara.. T, ,.".liquotf'l : ,,'.( clock. This will be 22nd.. However; donated are asked to at- son he has a few bright "
    ,: 2% balls. Fabulous Kress value -
    .. tend. It is compulsorythat Big
    followed t by the business gifts will be acceptedup spots. He has six returning -

    ( meeting end annual election until this date. newly elected officers men, among them you'll want to hang dozens and dozenson

    of officers for ,Santa's helpers will be attend a minimumof last year leading scorer your tree from top to bottom. Use

    1963. The pastor is requesting at F remi er' s to talk two of the four ses Cleophus Clark, a junior extras for window decorations, in a centerpiece -

    I that all members with boys and girls be- sions. Sessions will be from Newport News, Va., bowl on door wreath. 12
    .C-------r be present. Mrs. L. ginning Monday, Dec. 19. held Sunday, Dec. 9 at George 'Walden has also your

    I --- -- --- I 'Y. Wilcox is the secret All persons having 4:30 p.m. Wednesday. returned to assist in to box.

    S knowledge o f un der- December 12 at 8 p.m.
    the scoring duties. WaiCentral .;:T!;. 1:! 1
    .d. .s:!!
    III p civil edged boys and Wediesday at 7 p.m. Vid- z _. .....---r. __ r.c.. ..%.. J 1oJP. '- i
    girls in need of Christmas week Prayer and Bible Cops 9. ,w. '=- Yl
    .
    gifts and clothingare Study will be held 1! .. _,-_,--.-,.-_'""', .,..t..
    I a 11 __ ,c--. -T.I. : ;:, -r :;:'
    December 12. :
    sy
    requested to con- 2nd NCAA TitleWEATDN. {-4 ---x ;::".-;;::;:
    7i i -
    -
    Darkness encircle
    tact fremier Discount may
    Vest Market 3544989. us, but Christ' s light
    Ill. Paces
    2 DISCOUNT STORES.. *. ever shines to show us by the record-breaking

    830 Cassot Ave. the way. run -of Leslie Hegedus, +
    USE FIRST CLASS Multiple
    NEAR( COLLEGE **** Central State College t 3
    First-class Friends won its second NCAA College : -
    1824 W. Beaver St. r,. t
    VS. 90 Near Stock*.. deserve first class mail! Division Cross a 1S-Light.
    POSTAGE ON ,.+"
    Country championshiphere
    When 'sending your Christ.- w,
    mss cards this year, use last week. .rr. Set

    GIVE BEEF FOR CHRISTMASA tour !l1tS. stamps. Hegedus, a senior music! la+ -., ,

    k CHRISTMAS CARDS ***** major breezed the w $ 9

    Chicago Golf Course in i :1
    ONCE A YEAR SALE Pr. ri.r Discount Center 19:59. 1 to break the

    four-mile record of ,
    Christmas Comes But Once a Year VARIETY STORE 20:06.9 set last year. ,, I I
    '

    But When it Comes it Brings Good Cheer 1824 W. BEAVER ST. drizzly Competing day ona the Mau-cold! Bulbs burn independently, stay lit if one"'. I'
    bums Steel attaching add-on;
    out.
    So Reach in Your Bank Account Without Fear raders copped the team clips ; s
    a Featuring' The Finest Selection Of plug. All cords U.L. approved.'i. 1

    And Help a Needy Family Living Near. title with 20-points.
    Colored Dolls \
    Supporting Hegedus were 7-LIght Multiple Set 98* j,

    Mint Wtrttm 3 ft WALKING $8.95 William Koor ( eight), ,.i
    A,,f. W t. 200 lk., Ted Seymour (12). Choice
    /: BEEF 39
    A"g. *ic 71.00. a. 24 In DRINK & WET$3.95 Phillips (17), and Nate .. r+ ,
    Cut a4 Wrf. 4
    Foster (46). all aided .,
    The INFANT SLEEPING-S3.95 in the team's champion- ., ;
    .
    Prto 25.00C t

    BEEF ROUNDS : LB.Wr 39 241n WALKING DOLL$5.95 ship thus became effort.the Central first ,

    team to win the title ,
    Peg Stools With Blackboard f ,
    trice and to become the ors

    BEEF FRONTS Whole' 39 Ae .-fLSS9w Sale New For $4.95 team to win both th e ..y; a ;
    team and individual win
    LB. .
    ,,., ,
    ALL DOLLAR TOYS 69$ ner honors. ?
    ,..,'.
    AVG ,
    WT.
    100 LB .
    $ AVG. PRICE 39.00 Hegedis won the race by Silvery

    Wagon Train running the final mile
    t Colorful 8LIghtBudget
    : in 4:49 which enabled Tinsel Garland

    BEEF HINDS LB. 49 & him to pull away from Set

    ; John
    Kansas State s
    59c
    Bonanza Hol ter5.t
    AVG. WT. 100 LBS. AVG. PRICE 49.00 from- Camim and Ireland Sloan 69 1C :
    second and '
    who finished
    Yards of fluffy sparkle to
    Whole $1.8$3.99Speed third respectively. drape on your tree,frame '
    gud et-rite set of color
    BEEF RIBS 49 .Marauders Moor, number windows, outline a centerpiece ful indoor tree lights.
    LB. King' ROLLER SKATES two aan ran (20 50) ; Safely flameUL. approved, your'as.proof.
    Phil surance of its safe con
    AYG. WT. 25 LIS. AVfi. PRICE 1150 tom Seymour (21:01) ; struction.
    r lips (21:14); and Foster

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    $1.ff-$3.99 (21:47) DOWNTOWN
    WATCH THE KEN KNIGHT SHOW, Central State won its in ,8: e, :S ::6. Main. at Adams

    SDI IJ Htnlits M S:* A.I. b ELI 4 (FREE mil NECKLACE( WITH THIS 11111)!!!] .first 1960. championship -, .- -. pea Kite Iii Christmas t



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    Hit i rUXIDA JINN SAiUlBAl BtCEdBtH_ I, 1367Nnds
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    .lIetrHs 'Miss.-IcycottCHtil Council Holds Preliminary Session -St..1 Workers Cable Cars

    I Uadergo Management
    -
    Bias Cas.
    ly Proxy Ra M' ,.OMlDR0,. Fi1r ."
    Giiis
    a..Rawa
    Impetvs llDi
    x ;;.--=::: -......;......-.,-. R.llia Appealed Change At lake Wales

    ST. PETERSBURG He 3 T : '.: :=- LAKE WALES Manage-
    ; :
    ' need more than a protest COAHOUA COUNTY. Miss. : __ -. f ASUNCION; The KAJCP 'Bent of The Great
    -
    :. r group. We need a preparation The NAACP announced establishment .has aged Stuart Rothrfan Masterpiece( popular

    and producing of a trans- general counsel of the tourist attraction,near

    group equally as strongas portation system, for Ne- National Labor Relations here announces the

    the protest group." gro shoppers of Coahoma Baard to reverse arulixs Swiss Cable Car concession -

    These were the provocative County: ; who desire to do of the Board's regional has been purchased.
    their Christmas shoppingin
    statement. of director in Atlanta
    "nearby cities where by Swiss Cable Cars of
    Gibbs Junior College Ga., and order that.
    courtesy and employment Florida, Inc. In opera-
    President John W. R an- are available to Ne- complaints be issued a- tion two years the

    bert which appeared in a groes. gainst Local 2401 of the cable car ride through a

    local newspaper series The NAACP. which has United Stellnorkers of Florida Jungle has

    'The Negro in the been spearheading a-I' ; f America tfsr discriminatory proved a popular tourist

    City.' withholding of patronage ; ; practices against attraction.

    Baa K. Chester, newsmen drive since Nov. 21, -4 Negro members. The cable cars travel

    for the St. fetersburg 1961 celebrated its f Robert L. Carter. NAACP one-half mile through

    Independent, sought the "one-year effort for. general counsel asserted the treetops of the

    feelings 0 f this dynamic digaity and employment"here .j I that Negro jungle area of The: Great

    educator in preparing a last week. __ workers "have a rightto Masterpiece. Designed) as

    special article for the tl scenic tour and not
    ( Main shopping center in a hearing on the a a

    series) entitled: 'We- the county is Clarksdale _._ -iAl i ::- ---"", !!: ; > merits to determine the 'thrill ride, the
    Want More Racial >' hate been
    groes home of NAACP EQJAL >EMPLOYMENT( OPPORTUNITY Fart of the, membership of the equal emp'loymmt'opportmity advisory validity; of their cars a drawing
    "
    Bars to Pall. In his cl aims. card for photographers
    State President Aaron council being formed in the U S. Department of Agriculture is shown at a preliminary organizational
    article, Chester wrote seeking unusual angles
    Henry where Negro citi- meeting recently. Clockwise from William M. Seabron (11 o'clock), assistant to the personnel director The NLRB's Atlanta office -
    Hmbe.rt and others believe for their pictures.Florida .
    refused to issue
    zens have been undergoing are: Secretary of Agriculture Orville L Freeman, Administrative Assistant Secretary Joseph H. Robertson
    also that ,
    Negroes
    while needing better opportunities a series of Personnel Director Carl B. Barnes, Assistant Personnel Director c.o. Henderson, and agency personnel of- ,'complaints on Nov. 14 on AirmanIs
    the technical
    threats and intimidation ficers--Miss Vema C. Mohagen, Soil Conservation Service; C.K. Lyman Forest Service; H. Reelf Peecksen ground
    must -
    their weaknessesand recognize for their fight. Office of Fersonnel; John P Me Alley, Agricultural Research Service; John K, VI1 Dan, Agricultural that grievances or Reassigned i

    One such incident involved Economics Claude Prichard. Farmers Home Administration; John P. Haughey Agricultural stabilization' and claims were not filed
    responsibilities.
    Miss Willie Griffin in the Office of Personnel. Chart in back- with the union withinsix
    Rembert points to Conservation Service; and Mrs. Denyse Stultz. a secretary
    months prior to the
    in Dr.
    neighborhood improvements an employee ground shows relative employment level of white and Negro workers
    Henry' s drag store and a \ (USDA Photo ) NAACP action.

    utilization of part-time NAACP voter _- The Association contends -
    -- www. w
    ------ -
    purchasing." power and registration worker. Yts W All Talk IBJ ProbeAgainst Urged that the National
    voting. Miss Griffin was fined Florida Normal Labor Relations Act does
    Dr. Rembert also had
    two hundred dollars in not Fequi.ree filing
    this to say in the article NASALITY Receives Grant GM Bias of such grievances. -
    city court last month, Boulware
    "There oust be By Marcus H. '
    because she returned the From Sears Co.ST. .
    established channels of The term "'nasality is relative and it WASaNGTON Vice Fre- Dodger Catcher
    blow of a white male who AUGUSTINE The Johnson
    sident
    com=unication (between is described in terms of the individual Lyndon
    her.
    races). We can't develop struck evaluation on the part of the listener. We local Florida Normal has been asked to look Files Sail '
    release from
    mutual understanding and Upon city: expect considerable nasality when producingthe and Industrial Memorial into NAACP charges that LOS ANGELES stating'that vj
    Miss Griffin
    respect without communication immediately court taken was to /M/, /Nand /NGsounds, but on all, College was one of the the General Motors Division defective catcher's .v _
    nine. Institutions of
    as individuals county court where she other speech sounds the nasal chamber is in Kansas City mask caused him to suffer L KLAND AFB, Tex -
    in the
    higher learning
    and peers. We must hardly activated. Kansas is practicing a serious facial injury Airman Basic Edward

    recognize that tradi- hundred was fined dollars another for the We should become concerned about a voice state of Florida selected discrimination against during a game last Hick son Jr. son of Mr.

    tional prejudices 'associated same charge. The white that has too much nasality (hypernasality to share in grant Negro 10 rk ers. spring L. A. Dodger and Mrs. Edward Hick son

    with this element man was not arrested. ). This condition may be. caused by sev ,totaling $15,000 from Leonard H. Carter, backstop is awaiting of 2602 Bunch Drive
    the Sears Roebuck and
    are very much past citizens eral things including: NAACP field secretary outcome of a law suit Jacksonville Fla. is
    Negro are
    date. signing tne "NAACP (1) obstructions in the nasal passage--for Company. pointed out that this against a baseball being reassigned to

    The newspaper series Freedom Pledge" which example the enlargement of tonsils and Under the new Sears General Motors unit has equipment manufacturer. Keesler' AFB, IoU.SSe, for
    program, nine partici- conformed to local customs technical
    concerned Itself about training as a
    Through his attorneys
    states in adenoids;
    part:
    the life of ,St. Peters pating colleges and uni- of discrimination, United States Air Force
    and Albert W. Jones and Leo
    "I desire complete (2) A cleft palate;
    burg's Negro dti teary. freedom f o rail (3)) Failure to close the nasal porte located .- versities in Florida rather than going along Bran ton Jr., Roseboro is air traffic controller.
    from the time two fcraer will share' in these with General Motors'national The airman, a graduate
    seeking $25.000 in
    in the naso-pharynx.
    Americans. As I am an
    grants. In the St.
    slaves to St. commitment not of Northwestern High
    came American citizen, no In giving speech therapy for hyper-nasali damages for loss of in-
    95 Augustine area are to discriminate. School, attended Gram-
    Petersburg years ago rights, privileges or ty it is important to know the cause for some sustained as a result -
    to the present. Both Jacksonville University, General Motors is oneo bling (La.) College.
    of the in-
    alleged
    the disorder.
    courtesy accorded other
    races have lauded Chester Stetson University, f a number o f companies -
    American citizens should READERS: For my chart of motions, send Rollins College Orlando jury it was reported I
    s journalistic en- Wiich have signed
    be denied to me. I feel fifty cents to Dr. Marcus H. Boulware,
    Junior College and
    deavor. 'PI an s for ProgressProgram" Sat. 8 p.m., Dec. 8th MIAMI ORANGE BOWL
    and M..University,
    that the downtown mer- Box 310-A Florida Florida Normal College, pledges with

    ********* chants of Clarksdale, Tallahassee, Florida each receiving grants President Kennedy's Committee : -

    A total 0 f 247.600. Miss., presently are not Christmas Cards NBA Has 39.. .totaling 5500. on Equal BaployVehf '
    treating me with the 4. -
    m dt ti'h dh"'tti' iu
    pounds of canned, boned pom g" < Opportunity, headed .t
    courtesy and privileges Provide Colorful N StarsNEW Sears R. D. 30
    chicken was purchased t$ gro program by Vice President John- 7-
    they are accordingother (Bob) Wester I'anager of
    the U.S. Department of son.
    Home DecorationsChristmas _
    YORK CITY
    citizens. Although -
    Agriculture for use in Sears here, noted that The company, Mr. Carter d e.APLUS
    "Therefore, I will not cards can be the keyto the st ars-spot-
    the National corporate giving to pri- charges, has used this
    School trade downtown until a host of exciting decoratingideas light is di mi noted by .
    Lunch Program in vate higher educationmust pledge as grounds for
    Puerto
    .
    they agree to treat me in the home.A such names as Russell
    Rico and the increase from its 'r fusin g to furnishthe
    Virgin and other Negro Americans pair of scissors, some cello Chamberlain. Robertson I IT a
    current annual level
    of
    I si and s. with the same re- phane tape, a ball of colored yarn, Baylor, the Jones boys necessary informa- b famlo' *

    ******** spect they do others... "the Christmas mail-plus,a little Bellamy and others, of $200 million to $500 tion that would document .J
    ingenuity-is all that's needed to the million. by the ,end of and substantiate our 132MARCHING Piee I t '
    108-top players V S.
    create a sparkling holiday atmosphere the? decade. -'if''theseschools claim of discriminationin
    INDEPENDENT CO. in the home. listed on the National are properly to its Kansas City ____ JACKSON
    Basketball
    KEROSENE HOLE DELIVERY The Rust Craft greeting card Association'sroster. discharge their obligations plants. BAND ST TE&I
    Mechanic on Duty these little 39 are Negro
    suggests
    company to American
    performers.Four The NAACP advised Vice of Miss.
    IKE JOSEPH. Proprietor "extras" to create a real holiday.
    sor ci ety. President Johnson of the TII wu Of TIM mil
    at-home atmosphere in homeor teams have five
    any
    State
    and Jefferson StreetsEL 6-9432 An FM tIE> BifTPHttTICKETS gWIO5ZMWJackson
    <
    I each, four have complaint of Robert L.
    four
    apartmentBLENDED ,
    ********** State's
    and one team has three Stovall, Jr. who has
    WHISKY. PROOF.65 Negroes. charged that the Kansas

    Team rosters follow:, City firm denied him employment -

    Boston--Ru88ell, Sanders, rnw due to his ON SALE NOW!

    Most tasteful Sam Jones and K.C. Jones. .r.,ace.
    Chicago--Bellaay. Mc- : North Travel Bureau Mary Elizabeth Hotel

    Gill Si Green and foodie Itdruwmrn3W lEO'S SHOE REPAIR 1104 NW 3rd Avenue 642 NW 2nd Avenue

    I gfftofthe Saudsberry.
    :rI Cincinnati--Robertson. Shoe Repairing Community Drug store Grand Drug Store


    I year I Joe Boozer Buckhalter.Hawkins Babry and Of Aay Kiad Is i 6750 NW 15th Avenue Also at 3640 Grand Avenue


    1'J J Detroit--Willie Jones fflfflffiffiCenter U. of Miami Ticket Offices Downtown Office 228

    Scott and falter Dukes. Oar Only Business ( SE 1st St. Hotel Accomodations Available at Miami

    Los Anleles--Ba110r, Beach and Miami Hotels.

    --Barnett LeRoy Ellis and jji1JdUMwJ Special rates to OB Classic fans

    -Gene filey. :cIII

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    Session St..1 Workers Cable Cars


    I .......,..,---... PII. !IIIq" Bias Cas. Undergo Management
    _-._h'_'_ ;':$ Rulliga ChaRge At Lake Wales

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    ASUNCION The HA3CP)! .
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    general counsel of the
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    National Labor Relations here announces the
    Board to reverse aruliig Swiss Cable Car concession -
    < of the Board's .
    > regional
    has been purchasedby
    director in Atlanta.Ga. Swiss Cable Cars of
    : ., and order that
    Florida 'Inc. In
    operation -
    I I complaints be Issued a- two years, the
    J gainst Local 2401 of the cable car ride through a
    r United St ell workers of plorida Jungle has
    I. i America for discrimina- proved a popular tourist
    tory practices against attraction.The .
    j k- : Negro members. cable cars travel
    1\ Robert L. Carter NAACP one-half mile throughthe
    '
    general counsel asserted treetops of the
    { th at Negro Jungle area of The Great
    : workers ''have a rightto Masterpiece. Designed as
    a hearing on the a scenic tour and not a
    !!: merits to determine the "thrill" ride, the
    equal employment" opportunity advisory validity of their cars hare been a drawing
    cl aims. card for photographers
    shown at a preliminary organizational
    assistant to the personnel director The' NLRB's Atlanta office seeking unusual angles
    Assistant Secretary Joseph U. Robertson refused to issue for their pictures.

    .0. Henderson, and agency personnel of- complaints on Nov. 14 on
    Forest Service; H. Reelf Peecksen the technical ground Florida Airman

    ; John E. Wil Dan, Agricultural that grievances or Is Reassigned i
    claims were not filed
    : Haughey. Agricultural Stabilization and
    Office of Personnel. Chart in back- with the union within
    six months prior to the
    ;: v (USDA Photo ) NAACP action.
    The Association contends -

    Normal LBJ Probe Urged Labor Relations that the National Act dies ,

    Grant Against GH Bias not such require grievances.Dodger thte; filingof ,

    1'f Co.
    ears
    WASHINGTON Vice Fre- Catcher
    The sident Lyndon Johnson
    da Normal has been asked to look Files SuitLOS
    I al Memorial into NAACP charges that
    ANGELES Stating
    one of the the General Motors Division that defective catcher's I -
    tu tf of
    n s in Kansas City
    mask caused him to suf- LACKLAND AFB. Tex. -
    in the Kansas, is practicing
    fer a serious facial in. Airman Basic Edward
    se- discrimination against
    Jury during a game last Hickaon Jr. son of Mr.
    in grant Negro workers.Leonard .
    spring, L. A. Dodger and Mrs. Edward Hickson
    from
    H. Carter,
    of 2602
    backstop is awaiting Bunch Drive
    Roebuck and NAACP field ,
    secretary
    outcome of a law suit Jacksonville PI a. is
    pointed out that this
    being
    against a baseball reassigned to
    new Sears General Motors unit has
    equipment manufacturer. IC eesI er AFB. Miss., for
    partici- conformed to local customs -
    ; Through his attorneys technical training as a
    and uni
    of discrimination,
    ; Albert W. Jones and Leo United States Air Force
    in Florida rather than going along
    ) Branton Jr., Roseboro is air traffic controller.
    in these with General Motors'
    seeking $25,000 in The airman, a graduate
    nth e St. national commitment not
    of Northwestern High
    damages for loss of in-
    area, are to discriminate. some sustained as a result School, attended Gram-
    University General Motors is oneo of the alleged injury bling (La.) college.
    f a number o f companies I
    it was reported
    11 eg e, 0 r- which have signed

    College College and, "Plans* for pledges P rog ressProgram" with 5af. 8 p.m., Dec. 8th MIAMI ORANGE BOWL

    g. grants President Kennedy's Committee -

    ; on Equal Employr -
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    on" tK'e" meat Opportunity; headedby
    R. D. Vice President John- 7 uL

    Manager of son. _
    noted that The company, Mr. Carter

    ; ving to pri- charges, has used this .
    education pledge as grounds for
    from its 'r fusin g to furnish
    PLUS!
    a
    level of F
    the necessary informa- .
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    to .$500 tion that would document The Fa moo ..". *
    ,the end of. and substantiate our 132 ": : ,
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    I if'these claim of discriminationin .
    properly to its Kansas City MARCHINGBAND JACKSON
    j l r obliga- plants. '; ST TErid

    I : American The NAACP advi sed Vice of Miss.
    President Johnson of the tit CAlI; Of TH YWI!
    1 complaint of Robert L. |*wfJackson nI TIE uncut ouratn) *
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    J I IOur
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    Detroit--Willie Jones [[(ljllirrr U. of Miami Ticket Offices, Downtown Office 228
    Scott and Walter Dukes. Only Business ( SE 1st St. Hotel Accomodations Available at Miami
    Los Angeles--Baylor, Beach and Miami Hotels.
    -'-Barnett LeRoy Ellis and 4 LU14UiJ Special rates to OB Classic fansr

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    Flftllt STIR PlfiF 7 .

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    Neophytes & _Wiis Turkey Northwestern s DCPsElects \: : "t> -


    .t 4 During Buffet Dimr a Officers ..::',:;..'.!..

    TALLAHASSEE---The annual buffet- ., ,>>> ,.,,I 1'F::
    -'','. (\: '< .
    '.' -.'.,
    s the .fall neophytes of social Greek In Recent SessionThe 1 .t"'J'!;

    ; zations at Florida A. and If. :i Jo...;.

    November 16. Miss Eli lie B. uavin, .y1 D.C.T. Department ,<1. I

    r. : fessor of education and head of Northwestern Jr.-Sr. .

    . ,' A. and M. University nursery High School recently 'C
    I speaker for the occasion Miss held its election of 1w.

    y:. visor to Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority. officers. As a result of .d .

    the balloting the fol- 4 :- ; .
    .
    ; Alpha Eta Chapter of _
    lowing persons ,were .....
    ; Phi Beta Sigma had the / -
    elected: "
    higiest combined ; ;
    average pzt
    Sales Theola Jenkins, presi- tx
    ? of the fall neophytes,
    - dent; Francis Hansberry, : .
    while B.L. Gilbert of The
    vice president Patricia
    ;
    ; Starke was the highest t 'd1. : ta
    cake < '
    Howard,secretary; Sharon
    \1. .
    average probate for the each
    fall ,. I- Wilder, assistant secre-
    trimester. (
    ster tary: isiah Freeman, s
    Combined averages maintained .ft,,
    ficially .,
    0< treasurer; Barbara Gos- HOLIDAY PARTY COMPLEXIONS- -Teenager Who look
    < a
    ,
    by other neophyte I .
    < f' < '
    club met .'
    t;p. '".\'" ,. sit, business manager; forward to festive parties during the winter sea-
    follow 3' '
    : Delta Sigma : )
    .
    a ''it,. 'W.' ..- Eunice Twiggs, assistant son will no so with much more confidence if their
    Theta ll.
    Sorority
    3.12
    .
    7:45 business manager; Shirley complexion problems are solved before tIle holidays
    Alpha Fappa: Alpha Sorority teria of College Aggies "whoop it up" in the dressing room
    Graham, chaplain; Eddie begin. An effective way of clearing ui the pimplesof
    3.08. Alpha Phi dist crushing 28-7 win the North Carolina Cnllege
    over
    blackheads urd oily skin is the
    Hansberrr,reporter; Janet simple acne,
    Alpha Fraternity 3.01 the annual Carolina Classic football played at Dur-
    game
    of Stri-Dex Medicated Pads. They wipeon
    Gamma Rho Wilson, assistant reporter regular use
    Signa Sorority finished 1 Day.The boys show the Bull-Fagle Trophy, given
    off oil,
    ; Marie Evans, invisible medication; wipe excess
    2.92. Zeta Phi Beta
    Some of Company, on which the Eagles had won two legs and the 'face
    ,
    parliamentarian.J. bacteria and grime. Wiped briskly over
    Sorority 2.66 Omega, to the team which
    Permanent possession goes gains
    Psi Phi Fraternity 2.71 already S. Gent right, D.C.T. then thrown awaythe pad action super-cleanses,
    .
    and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity fruit co-ordinator, congratu- unblocks pores to soften clogging blackheads,

    2.63. order lated the newly elected dries today' j> pimples, acts as an antibacterial
    ROTC Cadets
    The following named to be barrier for tomorrow1 and helps prevent skin in-
    officers. The functionan
    Christmas fection. After its quic -drying aiplication, makeup -
    probates are now mem- Cite Favorite urpose of the clubas
    bers of sororities and Many ,of can be applied normally, since there is no
    -- also stated by Gen-
    frateryities on the A&l supply.are TeachersTALLAHASSEEThe wright with special masking, "cover-up" effect.

    campus: Phi Beta Sigma the emphasis; to the D.C.T. m
    on
    Fraternity, David Pol- cadetsof
    Some of freshman class.
    lard ; Delta, Sigma ness to the Florida A. and M. The first D.C.T. planned Worldly) Service That's Welcome

    Theta Sorority, Conchita R University ROTC Battalion
    for 4y activity of the year was

    Clarke; Brenda Gibson cussion recently elected their held in October. The

    Helen Griffin; Marie favorite male and female -
    on_ the activity uas a "Hal x a 1 '
    Hartley; Getty Harden; It will instructors. loween Party' which

    Doris Harmon; Arth eni a, the next Selected by the basic was held October 31. Miss

    Joyner; Gwendolyn tforgcn cadets were Aubrey M. Theola Jenkinsnewlyelected

    ; Juliette Saunders; made by Perry of Petersburg, pre&AJent, and .

    Johnnie Speights; Betty Va., assistant professorof Mr. Genwright are now ..1l1A

    Twiggs; Sandra Wilson, psychologyand Miss
    working on other activities -
    and Joyce Davis. the Barbara A. McRae of De- to be presentedby

    ly land, instructor of the D.C.T.Depart!'ent

    FHI Observes st. *John chemistry. for the year.Congo '"
    Cited by the advanced ,

    70th Convocation and y r cadets were Walter H. <'' '
    I

    .. '... the ... Ellis of Nashville "<:,. ,
    Nixon. ,
    Tenn. associate pro- Official f.:: ., ,> ::d. "
    ,.
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    The .
    On "December hostess is to feature ; '::-'< ';;' '
    8th I ; A HIT as a fessor of chemistry and I ;
    until'
    t unbelievable delicious combination physics, and Dr. Mar- AidVice a e{ '
    Lauds U.S.
    in and
    eggnog from your groce s garet S. Collins of l
    ST. AUGUSTINE handsome pitcher, but f
    is shown in a
    Florida Normal and Industrial is Institute, West Va. premier M. Jayson i
    Memorial College start on its use in ingenious desserts. pr dessor of biology. Sendwe of the Republic of :.
    .
    in chafing dish, '. '
    will observe a are prepared *' vf
    the Congo visited theU. ) _
    special Seventieth Anni- fruit serving dishes filled with eggnog, First Holiday Greeting :I'.u
    S. Department 0 fAgriculture's .u 'v
    versary Convocation, "A rich Armenian Cookies. The other Was New Year Card research

    Salute to the Church"on S.rv. attraction is Brandy Nog float, The earliest known holiday rt
    Beltsville,
    Dec. 8, beginning at of vanilla ice cream riding high greeting cards is a crude woodcut center at

    S.3Em.. : l d. a .1.useious,,jil.k.w! i_ re.J! food printed!about 1450 In the Md. recently and patted
    6.-" of milk cows
    This announcement: was ]] most people prefer a com- Rhine Valley Germany. the heads
    made For forwardfstep"A brandy. Actually a New Year's card. that have helped to make
    this week by th eCollege's parts eggnog to one part [23
    it shows the Christmas Child poaible the shipment of
    Board of taste, certainly! It UMX to bo that H traveler, arriving for the first time in
    WASHIN standing in the bow of an an-
    Trustees Dr. Edward T. (The Christian Brothers Brandy) 20 million pounds of an unfamiliar city like Home, for example, might have to seek
    Negroes, dent galley manned by angels, dairy products to his advice on dining or tipping from the hold clerk, or even total
    Graham President. larger with the Holy Mother seatedat Grangers on the stieet.Orange .
    the past
    Order during
    Main purposes of the the Virginia i Union's the mast. country

    Convocation is to highlight year.
    majority '
    significance of are of 1962-63 I
    the institution'.s : president I
    ': l;: k .
    Seventieth Anniversary-""These:': Basketball Slate .. .. ... ...-.A. -
    toy. honor the raoiy. ..cfiurcfi1? banning
    r vlV"j "i '*"MI' close<:; u .. Best Wishes
    Dec.12 ,.
    leaders folieinni**"gtvenby in St. P. Col.---Home .

    limited outstanding services sted 14 W.-Salem----Home .;,
    port of ; for another successful
    i rendered to the by Jan. 4 N.C. Col. ---Home

    college through the ve Secre- 5 I'.S. Col.---Away
    ploy ent
    years was the statement as an 11 Vir. State Col. .
    The
    m ade by Dr. R. W. Pur- the that the Away J .

    year President of FNIMC, made 12 N.C. Col. ----Away
    creased ; .
    <% when asked for specific at the 18 I'aryland S. e. -Home .

    rt 4information about this June 0 f non- 26 St. Augustine-Away '

    ZS:. forthcoming Convocation. with n between 28 Winston-S.---Away d.:1: -1; & '
    ....
    .. President Puryear also ployed has been 29 J.C. Smith-----Away ,

    -:... stated that several per cent. other Feb. 1 Norfolk Div.Home "
    '
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    thousand church leaders It was life 2 E1iz. City..Away -

    and representatives from that new well to 4 Norfold Di---Away

    l the state entire south had 5 Hampton Inst.--Away s

    and various sections of in the $4 of com 8V. State Col.:-Home Blossom

    the nation are expectedto I range and Presi- 13 El i z. City. ----Home

    attend or to be represented $9.000 to said 20 11.., State Col.-Away

    at the affair. was wel- 22 St. mgustine--Home

    The Convocation address( the antici- 26 Morgan St. ColHome -; Classic. !

    will be delivered by Dr. .service will re- -. ; S

    James J.!. Godard Executive totaling bar- *% J 4 .- : :.
    $ .. ...
    Director of the number. of Terrific Sttto :. ; :


    Council Colleges on and Protestant University B.Vice and x :', 8. .P.M. Dec. 8 Orange Bowl,

    of Miami in Floridaand the minori
    Expected Dec.MIAMIStatistics 8 .
    he also served as i Negro all : '
    I4L Miami Florida .
    Executive Director of r collar our : : .
    '
    the Commission on Higher result guarantee .ij i.

    Education for the effort to hail _

    Southern Association of Negro p of wise, wbat shapes up as Good luck to ,

    Colleges and Secondary other : being the finest pro- \5i -

    Schools.The are grammed orange Blossom


    ceremonies formal will Convocation be held portun!t telegram Classic past decade setup of in the the e- : .. Florida A.! & M. "tattlers"Jackson :H ,

    in the Heckscher dym- basis"of ad- vent's 30jyear history

    natorlum at 10:00 a.m. ness. ted that goes on tap Saturday .

    Alphi es not go night Dec. 8 when the And

    as National Champion Florida ,

    BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES A. and M. .Conference State .
    3 College "TigersFoBRded
    LIFETIME INCOME of top-ranked Jackson State
    ,
    Local Business is set-up and College Tigers from Jackson -

    Fbr Han or LatJy or Couplewho by the Kiss.
    ,
    are willing to work Alpha CARB ssion Coincidently there : :' The Life
    and Independent
    Spare Time, then Full t ternity were the same two teams
    or- which did battle last
    Time. Honesty & .Dependability Sunday ,
    year before a record- L
    ,
    More importantthan million
    Past Experience.Must ternity the order breaking Orange Bowl if' &

    Have Car and Good all as- attendance of nearly

    nation, 48,000 fans.
    Ref.-Good Health-No Age
    is an And it Accident Insurance
    here
    Linit for Those Aspiringto I llinoi was again
    step, that the
    in roaring turnout .C
    Earn. 6 to $8,000 "
    event %e witnessed
    an indomitably :
    Yearly. Applicant Must
    General our -willed 1920
    have at least $2,000> in the Tigers-galaxy :
    which refused
    to believe
    Cash which is Secured.No Alpha

    Selling-No High pressure -. locally prompt what beard they about had the read lethal or There Is No Substitute for Life Insurance "

    Person Wanted Contact !yerai .
    Un
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    power and scoring skill I
    State Supervisor, said the Pre '.

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    lidlctsSix' HifhCMrt Stanton Vocational Group To Stage Holiday Treat I


    Riders'DALLAS WHI ta ..rSit.l. iiii- [b WQ Q\W W4.DlAMOND



    Ga.were- recently Indictments (ISIS ff TRIBUTE TO THE PAST _


    against returned six white- NEST TalK The United 11' GIFT TO THE_ FUTURE _.

    men who engaged in a States Supreme Court /

    night 'foray against will hear during the _

    i a Negro woman's home week of Nov. 5th, argu-

    here during which ment on seven crucial

    time one of the men race relations cases i .
    I was shot and killed growing out of the stu- 4e BRIDAL ENSEMBLE

    dent sit-in moyemen t.
    bythe woman. ,. 4 Brilliant Diamond Sit in
    Jack Greenberg Direc- I p.- I Unusual Style MKt. Cold
    The indicted are: Billy tor-Counsel of the NAACP Nall,
    t I IL
    Gamel; 18, Jimmy Hump- Legal Defense Fund, said ex i ADV. $10000 $6666NATL
    phreys, 19 Joyt Prather & ., .ctr
    that the arguments involved : ONE YEAR TO PAY
    25; If. Nichols, about _
    "the most important r ,; a,, /4 CARAT TOTAL WEIGHT
    40; B. Parker, 36 and
    Gene Abies about 30. civil rights A 4 DIAMOND ENSEMBLE IN
    issues since the school AHif
    14 KT. COLD
    The men were arrested ,
    desegregation cases of Notl.
    when a group of masked 14995 58995
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    men gathered at the home I .' rY
    IIIi
    involve
    The cases iI1! I
    of Mrs. Rebecca Wilson, demonstrations by Negro ONE CARAT DIAMOND SET

    several days before thestate's 't t.:'L M B Large DiamondsSet in Gorgeous
    youth from six southernstatesAlabama 1ti-a. V! 14 Kt. Cold Ensemble

    mary. Democratic pri Carolina, South Carolina, North p .. ", .Notl. $399" 519975


    men Mrs.knocked Wilson on said her door the Maryland.Georgia, Louisiana They will and be 1BIN6lEH[ t SHIPfF JURE TAKE 16 MONTHS T PAY

    and said they wanted to heard on appeal from S 3 DIAMONO PRINCESS RING

    "sell a little poli- Beautiful Solid Cold Princess Setting
    state courts which have ( I i Enhanced by 3 Brilliant Diamonds
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    tics and leave you a upheld the convictions. t ,; Natl,
    ,t card. said that the I ADV. $2995 51995
    Greenberg :> '...-' :;, -' .
    The wan, a housemaid, aipreme Court will allow

    said she yell ed she ten hours of -argumenton DISCUSS ANNUAL REVUE PLANS-Currtmt and retiring officers of Stan*,,'n Vocational High School's industrial

    t dldn' want to see the the seven cases. They Education Club are shown in session fcr completing plans for their annul Holiday Talent r
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    men and got a revolver. will be heard successively Revue slated for presentation Wednesday night, Dee 19 at a :'clock in lie school auditoriun. in addition 1 rl' I I i rl h

    Wh en one of the men beginning Monday to guest artists already programmed, persons interested in participate the show are re- .

    Jammed a pistol through morning, Nov. 5th, with queated to contact Mrs. pearl Mackey &t! the school between the hours of 1-3 p.m. Man '.ays through

    a crack in the door, she "arguments expected to Fridays. Shown in photo from left are: Harold Jenkiiih, a visiting official from the State Departnert f i

    said she saw all of the conclude Wednesday of Education; Theo Johnson, executive secretary; Thomas Morris, retiring, president; Miss Louise I

    men were masked and she afternoon. Greenbsrg Wingard, retiring vice, president ; Charles ntephens, vice president; Herman Vaughn: retiring secretary I 1 v :_
    opened fire. Her shots
    said he expects the Janes Bryant, secretary; George irish, James Chap: tell and Fdin Reed. I
    were returned. Court to announce its ... 4 Transistor

    During the exchange, decisions early nexty Latest COMMODORE
    : let% GoBY Lipstick Tip
    Leroy Parks, 25, was ear. K_. w'N I PORTABLE TAPE RECORDER
    killed :
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    The appeals will question E kW r-r'f. Zvi' Smsll Ctmpoct Mttrnpltftft tnr.'Y .*
    Investigators reported j ,,,iW rf phone, Recording Tape, l ttrrt i.
    the, validity of Complete,
    that the men fled the :, BOB BREWSTER i
    _ state trespass laws -r- 0.14." Editor, :+,, r ,, ADV. $41.50
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    1 scene leaving the body ytntutf Otibotrdt ,
    under which most of the < ti
    1 by the side of the 3,000 Negro students BIG LURES BIG FISH ICS -:; 1' ti'A 'v $2995
    house. They returned The old Raw about big lures Y. h
    still under sentence for catch big fish is a common
    later to pick up the demonstrations were con- enough expression around the .. .,,.:
    body. tackle counter. But how trueis '
    victed. Greenberg said it, in I-TRANSISTOR
    particularly today'seta
    SHORT WAVE RADIO SET
    Z
    of tiny cheese baits for t4 .
    'I
    trout and poppln' bugs for 2 BANDS, LEATHER r at
    A HOLIDAY
    TOUCH
    bass? CASt, CARPHONE, BAT.WHS. t, +
    Q 'tl t r
    .
    The fishing! folks at :Mercury s3 ', COMPUTIN s ,i t I ;
    outboard put their head together H. Adv. 34"
    Cards Adorn
    Bows Tissue Box
    149 S
    on the subject and came '
    up with wine Interesting obwnutlons '
    _ that Huggext this bit :'i.c;: a y" y T y'Ya
    .Y
    I of "country wisdom" might rc!? .
    hate considerable merit. ABACH AB, Germany -The maintenance wrk A1me HOLLYWOOD,CALIF.-An excitingnew z ; ,.- GLOBE TROTTER

    are First not off prone they to admit follow fish any First Class William L. Ford Jr son of rs. ables concept women to in outline lipstick and now color en- 4 M 3-PIECE l LUGGAGE SET

    rule that might be devised, and Beaulah Ford of 936 taro: St. Tampa, Fla. is their lips simultaneously for the ti Air -Light, V>ni> r Frain.,
    i4 that a great many fish seem of more than the usual importance because he is first time in a simple, single-step ; Fin* Qualify Vinyl Cn r.tng .
    to go out of their way to be application.This d Aa N-Blu or Whit.
    the exception. But it was agreed assigned to the only ,Air Force helicopter terminalin is made possible by an exclusive ,
    under given conditionsthe Europe. It is the key role of Airman Ford in wedge-shape tip on the rt SPECIAL PRICE
    largest fish would be taken lipstick and its case, which are
    by larger types of lures and his job as a helicopter crew chief, to help keep both molded in matching 45- S47O

    baits. They cited some exam the "coopp ers" ready to deliver missile' and aircraft degree angles. With the flat sur-
    pies: face of the lipstick held againstthe
    1. That in day-in day-out parts, special cargo, and passengers on a lips, the outline, or brush-
    ; fishing, a large minnow would round the clock' basis. The airaan's elicopter sharp lipline edge,is shaped with /tp
    produce more fish than a smal- its chiseled wedge-shape tip
    +R% ler one and it would attract maintenance unit is a part of the Air Fte's :rsth while the color is filled in at the

    more of the braggin size. Tactical llssile Wing here. The terminal's heli- same time.
    l 2. That the cold water species Originated by Max Factor,the
    copters provide essential support for the United internationally-known beauty authority -
    such as lake trout and deep
    running rainbows would States Air Forces in Europe and asbist in supporting ,and appropriately named
    respond -
    Fine Line Lipstick, this .
    unique
    1. to large spoons streamer NATO operations and exercises. The airman is innovation represents a fi I /
    major
    flies and lures I 13t
    quicker than
    .x married to the former Laura F. Jackson of 112 Com- advance in the construction and
    their pygmy-sized cousins. In design of the lipstick and case, as
    this .category, it was noted thata mal Street. San Marcos, Texas. well as in its method of appli-
    goddly gang of spinners, cation. I
    shiny keels and other odds of Also new and exciting is the
    NAACP ProtestsSchool ; THE NEW TREND PROCTOR 4 SLICEELECTRIC
    flashing hardware preceding I
    Are mad about graceful fashion design of the
    you rosy
    the barbed attractions seemedto polished golden-tone case. Decorated TOASTER I
    berry tones? If so. you're in .
    inhance the delectible quail- ,. luck this season. Both cosme- with an elegant fluting, Nail. ADV $24.95 $ .
    _1 ties of the offering. Plans tic and fashion houses sayhey're making it easy to hold and virtually GUARANTEED. ... a
    3. The clincher, perhaps camein scratch esistant, it also
    \ coming in strong and
    discussing the popularity of is encircled with a sparkling
    black lead-heads with pork rind NAACP lawyers this week will carry winter.us through the long, white enamel band to give it a PROCTOR
    bleak It's a good thing, I
    which used rich-looking custom finish. STEAM AND DRY IRON
    are so successfully registered objection to too, for sagging personalitiesneed r ,.
    in taking lunker bass in the The new Fine Line Lipstick
    the plans for desegregation a fast uplift when the On* Year Guaranty $Q QONifl. E J
    in full of 12 fash-
    comes a
    great impoundments of the range 3i39
    cold, bitter days sneak l in! Adv $17.95 ..
    .. I
    middle west and the south. This of public schoolsin ion-right shades. L
    -covnter RlsNL. TI."I.Here'
    an unusual idea for adding a holiday touch to your home at combination ing the dark, of working the moon even, totals dur Duval, Sol usia and
    Christmas time, or for a "5mal)" Christmas gift. Decorate Kleenex up to eight or nine Inches in Hillsborough counties and Area Students Assist Cagers --1--
    VA tissues boxes by painting them, then glue on bows, gummed stars and length, but seems to be just filed counter integra- 1 ;#'ji: _.. :
    the like (left). Or, cut out last rear's Christmas cards and paste themon the ticket for the voracious
    the box. The tissues are dispensed through the pop-up opening largemouth. tion proposals of their '
    :
    The reason? Probably these, own.
    the Mercury lads say: Big fish ttorneys for the Negro '
    / CT. DIAMOND LADY HAMILTON
    with big Appetites and the physique \ !
    Coed To htr U.S.C
    Seeks the
    It taken to mouth a heal- L'.iatiffs contend r --a1'; K"ot 21 IHIlllANT! CUT DIAMONDS SIT
    '" IN 14KT. COLD. 21 (IWfLS.$.
    thy chunk of bait are usually school board plans' do 0r'k "j.
    caught In deep waters. As the \. .4.,1. $
    university not provide for the ;w ... ADV. $299.75 .... I99i75
    COLUMBIA, s. c. Attorneys rejected her depth Increase the visibility ._ (
    for a 17-year application.Her Is reduced:, and the larger the initiation, by the, 1'\ '.
    lure the better It can be seen.
    old Negro coed have complaint charges Now Just watch the fish school boards, of the I.
    DIAMOND LADY HAMILTON
    that she *em desegregation of all y ; .
    filed a suit in federal was refused admittance prove wrong. i-
    ,
    ALMOST 1 CT. UILLIANT CUT DIA.
    court seeking to have to the uni- students presently at- _.f / \ MONOi. SIT IN I4KT. COLD. 22 (IWILS.

    the University of South versity on account of tending elementary r A.. ,S Natl.! $349,75
    Carolina admit Negroes. her race. WORM DIlor.Troops schools, but puts the v o <.A ADV.NO $525.00 ....
    1.
    Seeking entrance to the Named as the suits defendants burden upon Negro pupilsand 1

    university is Miss! Henry are the uni- parents to apply for (

    Dobbins 1'onteith of versity, its trusteesand Use admission to white 'I. 1 + !
    %x' ti J f'C: ;/ Wi.f/JJJ. :;.1
    Columbia who said that the registrar. The schools. < ..

    she soight entrance to suit was filed in South The NAACP pointed out

    the university in Way Carolina s Central Dis- JACKSON Miss. -- Including that the delay until '

    but a letter from the trict Court. many 0 f the next September for the ,

    -- state s most prominent initiation of the integration v MONEY DWNt

    leaders, more than plans is not
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    000 Mississippi
    I, women essential and they

    opened a campaign here could be launched much

    Something New Wednesday against liberals sooner. I II

    Has Been Communists. and The school board's 3 II
    A I
    Added To / atheists.The plans to desegregate one II{I
    women adopted a grade each year, beginning A I
    __
    _ bill of grievances a- with pupils regis-

    gainst use of federal tering for the first I

    troops in desegregatinghe grade next September, also -
    Int. VIDSON
    .* University of Mississippi were attacked as not JACKSONVILLE AREA students associated with fit. Ie

    /St4X\In applauded Gov. ,providing any means basketball at Gibbs junior College In St. J LRY CO.

    Ross Barnett's stand whereby the plaintiff Petersburg include Herman White, left of

    against federal intru- pupils who brought the Ferrrandina Beach, and Levi MCIntosh of 116 W. Forsylh-Phone EL 6-0228

    sion at the universityand school integration suits Jacksonville. MCIntosh is game announcer I

    Liquors criticized the may obtain a desegregated and statistician.'. ite is one of the team's

    'arrest of former HaJ. education, under the one- top fresh prospects.GJC NOW DISCOUNT PRICESAT

    Gen. Edward Walker grade-a-year Integration ( staff photo by Lee Ballard)

    5668 AVE. B Phone PO 40289 during the recentcr proposal. TERMS \

    isis. Such a proposal the CORE Schedules Freedom Task Force .,

    Ne w Beautiful Ballroom The group which calls NAACP said? would mean .. TO FIT YOUR BUDGET!

    Available At No._ Cost itself "Women tor Con- that no Negro presently DURHAM. N.C. CORE'Snewlyestablished final 2-day training

    stitutional Government. attending school in the Free- period here. The Task

    Make/ Your Reservations Early agreed to enlist w ones three counties Involved dom Task Force will go Force will be composedof '

    ..... across the nation to would ever be given an into action December 1st long-tera volunteers ;: Y CQMEINTODAY5.

    -- ------------- ----- -- "bring back constitutional opportunity of attendinga in North Carolina and many of mom are college

    pvemaent." biracial school. Tennessee following a students.



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    f''J 'Responsibility Urfid CE Group Slates Extravar. gza CE. --Clubs Form- Duval operators RANTElBeauty : Hol.1 ',

    ,. .."" ( .'' ';; -<< UnitsFRANCES bers-New Hollywood' Room-For
    r1: During Xmas Holidiy Period ."' ":;""Y" ',> i.J W. HANSBERRY & Barber Ds. Call..

    /nf i:! Toy tie: is coming"! for youngsters and the State a NORTHWESTERN RC.T.DEPARTMENT Ashley-Call Mr.
    ,
    ;' r Board of Health says a F:Lori survey on injuries EL 4-9774 ASHLEY .
    'h
    involving playthings In:clicates the parent musty Florid 1
    As a result of the coordinators S.r'tcesmmm .
    bear a major responsibilil for youngsters safety. : meeting: of 35902's i
    '. director were almost twice Y '
    Dr. George A vcCoy as Duval County, it was SERVICE
    board's numerous those in the SUNDRIES
    of the Accident as decided that a student Sound'Service
    ' prevention Program home--246 against 138
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    be appointed to :
    group vertising-Dances, ..
    said children aged five This would seem to indi- coordinate the activi-
    Games, etc.. Also
    '
    are involved in more toy cate very urgently a ties of all C.E. Clubs. ms
    Speaker Service
    accidents than other need for adult super-
    Each C. E. program was
    " ages; and "it appears vision outside as wellas asked to select two quets, Concerts, & Ashley i,
    that have inside," he said. Hops etc. Phorwj-FL "
    parents un :representatives to attend EL 4.2159
    obligation to reconsider in the five
    age group
    : ; ;.this meeting which was
    their safety responsi- during tbre fi vezonthsurvey. '- -- - -
    held
    Thursday night,
    i- :
    , j billties toward children 29 girls and 40 a : I
    i ; at St. Stephens AME GET INTO. CIVIL SERVICE WORK! I i iI

    ..1 at play for misuse of boys were hurt. other ; : ( Church. Results of the During the next twelve months, there will be many appoint..
    :t toys is obviously ana ages which Involved onlya > ments to U.S. Civil Service jobs in the nation.
    : J election of officers'were I There will be steady employment good pay and many of these .
    adult guidance problem." few less hurts were as follows: jobs require little or no experience or specialized education. !
    He said the survey 4, 8,. 11 and 13. A total I National Training Service is a privately owned school which. j I
    O1ain an, Miss Patricia helps many pass these tests each year. To get full information .
    showed most Injuries resulted of 476 boys mid 264 girls PLANNING SESSION---Members of the Countywide Cooperation Education s board of Howard, Northwestern; I. on U.S. Civil Service jobs. mad TODAY. .

    from misuse rather were reported hurt by directors mapped final plans for the "Spectacular Talent Extravangza" which co-chairmanMiss Mary A. I NATIONAL TRAINING SERVICE. 1NO. Dept. 'S-116 II

    .f.t I. titan faulty manufacture; toys during the period.Dr. will be held Friday night at 7:30 o' clock in New Stanton High School AuditoriumFeatured Johnsqn.Douglas-Ander- I Box 500 Greenwich. Connecticut

    that boys have the larg- McCoy said the sur- Name ...................................... ..... Age ....... \:
    t will be the Gaytonnetes, Jackettes, Royal Velvets, Stanton' Jazz son; secretary, Miss
    est number of Injuries vey tends to show that I Street ................................... Phone No. .......... .
    Band and other feature attractions. Seated from left are Hiss Patricia Howard, Margaret Knox New
    I in the home at ages two perhaps more care should : Stanton financial I City ............:..... ........... Zone .... State............ .
    chairman; Miss Mary A. Johnson, co-chairman; Miss Betty Hill, chaplain; Stand- ; sec- _
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    to three; that the peak De taken in selection of ing from leftMiss Janet Wilson, pro gran chairman; Miss Lillie Cull, reporter; retary, Miss Catherine

    + in yard injuries comesit toys for children accord- James Brinson, chairman ConstItution.. By-laws; Miss Catherine Williams, Williams. New Stanton;
    age four through ing to age. He said any financial chaplain, Miss Betty
    secretary; Miss Catherine Lewis, welfare chairman; Miss Margaret
    L:: eight. Host school groind which contain food or Knox, secretary; .Alfred McGIiee, business manager. Miss Catherine Hansberry is Hill, New Stanton and r TltSIITI'S:: LARGEST & fiNEST

    accidents come in the food r>ix should. tear approval the other commIttee member. porter Miss L. Caul. N

    ") 1014. age group."Accidents under the Federal (Royal Art Studio photo) The appointees are as SELECTION OF COLORED DOLLS

    out of doorp Food,. Drug and Cosmetic follows: ..

    If; I Act. Students' Map Activities Plan James Brinson, Douglas- .Walkill-Talklll-KissiDI attr.Cake

    Chapman Report' Surveys Women I Anderson Constitutionand
    .9 M 4
    t By-Laws Committee; cI' ':YGmbaliaa -"Chatty.Catby !
    , a- 1 Miss Janet Wilson, North-

    f -/t western, program committee ,t __ Drilk & Ylet. From 1 14 Ilcbes

    ; Miss Catherine
    w w3 .. 4 t la' Th 36 IlCbesW
    1 K ?E w.p s Lewis, Matthew Gilbert, High Big

    tJ ,- welfare committee. $1.98 ta 12.98
    tJ1 i ;""" Co-ordinators presentwere [

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    \ : Douglas-Anderson, BROADWAY DEPT. STORE
    'Pr'7 ,"'\ 4 yRITi1iiri ) H j
    .x- 1 Miss L. J. Glymp; DRINK
    r ,'- .".'.y'. ,-' ,. '. Matthew W. Gilbert, W. F. AND DOLL.WET 119 BROAD ST PHONE E4601 I I

    " -:. :;': '!1' b Scarborough;Northwestern,

    \.. '< ".7 J.S. Genwriglit and others WWWG .
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    Focussing principally on the extramarital adven- STUDENTS of Gibbs junior College. in St. Petersburg, Fla..review the chart
    tures of Claire Bloom, Glynis Johns, Jane Fonda of the year's activities v I
    following a trip to Camp Weed, Fla. where they met
    \ hcd Shelly Winters as revealed in inter-views with with d3legates from Florida .,
    Georgia, and Alabama, to help organizational '
    Efrem Zimbalist, jr. "The Chapman Report," the SOLID 3/4" PANELCONSTRUCTION =
    nro rams for the coming
    vear.
    'J' _._
    I story of a sex and its impact wealthy --- ,
    survey on a ;

    :, suburban community, opens Sunday at the STRAND ABOUT PEOPLE B 0 0 KClAS E SLIDING GLASS. -_ I

    It I Theatre. George Cukor directed the Darryl F. Zanuck Heroines Units DOORS .:a ;
    Production which also stars Ray Danton, Ty Hardin i
    f Andrew Duggan and John Dehner. Richard D. Zanuck Maceo Lodge No. 8 and Pride of Maceo Temple No. \

    t produced the film. Meet Saturday 186 I POE of W will hold their annual memorial I \

    service Sunday at 4 p.m. in the auditorium of the I t

    E" .',.. .. ... 'ITo units of the .He- Elks Building. special invitation has been extend
    Stone L '""
    Mrs. roines of Jericho are ed: to the families of the deceased members. All b >CK4a

    called to meet Saturdayon Elks who are in the city away from their hom
    GIFTED SPIRITUALIST AND LIFE READER the' third .:floor a f lodges'are Invited to attend.

    the "asonic TempI 410 l I It
    1. Will I I -
    read your PAST- Broad Street. .............................. t
    PRESENT ana FUTURE I S
    t g i The Unity Juveniles of
    Gives of & ic
    names enemies -
    r and friends. !g g r Heroi-ne are asked to &rs. Myrtis Brown Harris, R.N., associate directorof sS !rJI&II

    : Madam Stone reunitesthe i 3 Q"i meet at 3 r.m'. with nurses at Brewster Methodist Hospital is away on M

    Guardian Royo Cary, officers .vcation. Mrs. H. Bargeron, R.N. is also on vacation. -
    i separated and fi
    i-: causes speedy and goI I and masters. All Mrs. Evelyn Peck, R.N. hAC returned to work

    happy marriages.Overcomes i l .;: l prospective' cembers are after being away on her vt cat ion.P. .
    invited to be present.

    ene- I Deputy Frazier and ..............................
    mies, bad luck and evil influence s' of all I
    Royal Queen
    are callingall
    ft: kinds. Restores lost nature without fail. .
    master officers and members :if us Harmon, a freshman at Florida A., and M. E
    No what your troubles mav be
    of Heroines of Jericho
    University, spent the Thanksgiving holidays here
    Madam Stone can and will help You
    you.
    to meet at 5 p.m. on the with relatives and friends. He is the son of Mr
    gain results ,in just one visit. Satis- W
    faction third floor of the and Mrs. A. B. Harmon, 1911 W. lth Street. Rufusis 3
    It guaranteed.
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    Masonic Tempi. studying to be a pharmacist. He is also taking
    A BIG 36" WIDE
    Open DAILY 9 A.M. to 9 P.M.-SUNDAY 1 P.M. to 9 P.M. -
    Due to the importanceof
    : eraenently Located in Own Home ton: training. 1 ; ? ... ::
    the business to be /.......-"/ -
    7440 Phillips HighwayUS.NO transacted, the call ita ..*..*........s..*.......**..* 1M< ,?" -.-.

    "must." ..."
    I 1 SOUTH 3% Miles South City Limits
    Jacksonville. Florida Miss Louise Beatrice polk, a freshtan at Bethune-

    Cooiman College, Daytona Beach, spent the Thanksgiving
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    holidays with relatives
    r--- = .1 Royal Crown
    CHERRrS the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis polk of 901

    r' S & Cocktail Lounge 5 Cesery Blvd. Arlington. She is majoring in general ..
    l
    Cordial: Atmosphere education and minoring in music. Miss polk also i i y

    4,. I Where old Friends Meet K ColiWESTERN sings with the college choir. f4Im Jiii .' V- : ; \- -

    1843 Kings Rd-El 3-Rnoq-ii33
    S' w.AdaasEl3745fc. .. .......*..............*.....*.
    WI.I.I..I.1..I'. ra& *.. I These multi-purpose bookcase/Storage cabinets blend

    _.. I perfectly with Contemporary or Early' American decor.
    Miss Margaret Field, R.N. director of patientcare Its low table top serves perfectly for plants and many
    at Brewster liethodist Hospital has returne: ( other decorator uses. Generous dust.free storage for
    $ 00 books and bri! ,brac. in ,
    work -a Available now Mahogany
    to after visiting her sister in Pennsylvaniawhile b
    Wdtout,.Oak and Maple finishes. '
    on vacation.Mrs. '

    .............................. Early American ';; ; "- :. : .'1. "
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    Model .
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    MARKET Dorothy Foster, widow of the late Rev. F. L. f' .J*:'
    P E R -
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    r I I Foster is confined in Brewster Methodist Hospital. THIS CHRISTMAS 1 :

    W/ : Mrs. Gladys Walker, of. Cincinnati, Ohio, daughter ** .
    : I oaf Mrs. Foster is in the city to be with ht GIVE SOMETHING FOR f ?' jtt
    CENTER CUT U.S. GOVERNMENT GRAIED I mother. Mrs. Walker says visitors are welcome. THE HOME 1

    Furniture gifts are lasting gifts that the whole family can enjoy for- ---
    .............................. years
    PORK CHUCK I and years. Our store is filled with beautiful gifts for the home at low prices

    that will bring welcomed savings to your Christmas Budget. Listed below are, ,

    39 Jesse Tarrance of the Florida Star is back after only a few suggestions that will be welcomed in any home. Shop now while selec- .

    visiting relatives in Alabama. Jesse is a 1962 tions are complete.

    CHOPS 59C ROAST I graduate of Northwestern High School.


    ,b. .............................. TABLE LAWS, frca............. M's OCCASIONAL TABLES, fnn..M2"

    FANCY FRESH PASCAL RECLINING HAIRS, from..... 39" DINETTE SETS Iron........... s 39 5eoiosiR
    McKENZIE FROZEN CUT ttrs. lillie Mae Collier who was recently J1ol-:

    pitalizedls now recuperating at home. Friend GILl FRAME MIRRORS, bn.M9M -. CRAIR (FOB...........$24"KiAR

    OKRA 25CELERY 5C I II may tist visit Church.her. She is a member of Day Spring;>> Bap- SOFAS, frti..... .............. 5990Dv. C8ESTS................. M5'S

    large stalk 1)(12 NYLON ROGS.........,...J37M IIII .MIRRORS i, front..............55"BROAD

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    t HERSHEY Mrs. Olivia Cheezeborough L.P.N.Miss Mercedes
    UN IANBYGRITS
    Jenkins,L.P.N*,and Miss Queenie Singleton, L.P.N.,
    c I SUGAR are absent from Brewster Hospital at the present

    27. l a\ time. Mrs. Cheeseborough is on vacation and Hisses PIei'ceWaI S

    '" Singleton are on the sick list Mrs. Mildred
    5 Sib. package
    hT 5 lb. ill Williams has returned to work following her va-

    sill {5.00 ordermwtm&mzmz will $5.81 firi order cation. -

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    B--- -- ... .-..," FLMIIA I STAR SATURDAY- p- DECEMBER. 8. -.....

    SPORTING UP: :' .' Between: Planes l.sfoR MovesTo Gibbs CobrasI

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    BY c. rmm mxm ," ,_,, 1 I j I I-I Chicago Edge McDill ,
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    "to". IT A MEm''?.;'-ItIla D arts slat phrase was ;0_: ''rd PHILADELPHIA that this- Giving city TAMPA -- The Gibbs
    introduced ; reasons
    by a ftner! Jaaon 10 is now big timing # ; 'fl'j-'I' a f Junior College Cobras
    in New York. The sajtnc : m refused to accept him as abandon their
    was portrayed in living ( J l dG had to
    ,color last saturd ; ,Now you talk about a ness itI champ Charles (Sonny) high scoring antics to

    that is exactly what it was in the yard of the itI s- Listen and his wife decided subdue the stubborn Mac-

    Fiesta Motel: as newspaper, and radio representatives s to make r icago Dill Klaxens 70-67.

    ,stood around waiting 'to. get passes to the their permanent home here Friday night.

    gone beterra the Florida A&M Rattlers: and the 1111 $.111. Friday Nov. 30th when Coach: No man Jackson's

    Texas Southern Tigersfit:, the ,Gator Bowl. 1 1 they forsook the first Red and unite Chargers,

    'ID THE THINKING OF IlftV' a good Job had been done .1 I __ horns they had ever on the brink of dis-
    toward gl Ir' III owned here. 1
    keeping the gene before the public, both in i' aster with tour minutes

    print and on the airv Bid the,only ,compensation "We're leaving because left to play, put on a
    they, expected was a ticket.: .The;:only 'was,the, group II I think the people of "freeze" to keep the
    1= I
    could tell the story of happenings at the II'J. : Chicago will accept me chalking
    Klaxons from up I
    game was to be on the inside t? actually see but :: better than they did their third consecutive I

    what a mess it was even to do ,that. All over ther .. here," Listen said as victory in two seasons.
    place one could hear ''Hey fellow,. have
    you sem he watched the men carry The Cobras thus opened

    Collington? Have :you' Chuck Kith? Have you seen his furniture and house- their 62-63 campaign ,

    Davis? Where is Jake Gaither? to ere is the business hold effect into a van. successfully. They did

    manager? Who is'handling that part of the : Liston and his wife it the hard way, however

    business anyway?" } finally decided to leave defeating the Klaxons on 1

    CONTACT WAS MADE ONE. BY ON3: and each time it was here after they decided their home court.

    the same answer. "Well. I dan't have anything to that he was being ha- Shooting heroes for the

    :: do with that." Eventually; the problem was solved rassed by police Liston Cobras who ranked
    ,
    and each man went* about his merry way with' the had been picked up by seventh among the I

    press passes stuck do 10 Into his pocket. There is 9i' police on three occasionand nation's JC offensive

    one thing sure and"certain, it was a mess. With had been acquittedeach powerhouse, were Capt.

    .: everything squared.avay the bitterness disappeared t tire once for Robert Williams of Lakeland I

    : and the group went tQ the ,game to' do a Job. J loitering on a street Johnny Whitted of
    ,
    :; JACKSONVILLE HAS PRQVDDJT IS a baseball torn instead i t !ii N corner, another time for rt
    Orlando and cu Is.
    -- of a football tow. The gateway city broke ... allegedly encountering a Bartow.
    Bankston a f
    ! 'E. all, attendance record*;in the minor leagues with woman in Fairmount Park
    Williams, last year'stop
    :,. 'the Jacksonville Eiafi'aaking its first Triple A BETttllN PLANESIThe! Texas Southern University football team en-route to Jacksonvilleto and the third time for took
    scorer, up
    ::.,. start. The Suns gave&Ce tans of the city the type play in a renewal of the Gateway Classic with Florida A. and M., University took driving too slowly in where he left off last

    : :;; of baseball they were.hungry for and the fans expressed time out to pose for a picture at the Tampa Florida international Airport. Kneeling the same park. year, hitting 17 points. '

    ;. their appreciation, by their attendance.. In from left: Rodney Evans (photographer) John Thompson Andrew nice Warren Wells EASY HOT LUNCH whitted one of Orlanctis ,
    tried James Bennett Philip Solari (trainer) and Winston Hill. Standing 1 to'r Steve
    : football the Jacksonville Charities ,Inc..- ; are: Outdoorsmen have been hollering hottest basketball, prospect
    -- to fill the Gator.Boxl-for five consecutive times Woodard, William Glossom (coach) ; Rol&m Hobey, John Shaw athletic director, Alexander : : "Go Light!" since Ness- s two years ago

    by bringing the top teaaa ,Jn the National Football Durley; (top of head showing) Clyde Mitchell, Theorn TollermanMarcus 1 Mosel Y, muck, first writer to see and hit for 14 points, and

    f .'League and each time they fell far short of the Roosevelt Parker Leon Hardy, C. L. Phelps, Roland Rogers Alfred Best, G. Owens, praise the call of the wild. Take Polk County ,player
    top .
    goal.: At no time' did the attendance come up to expectations ,Willie Floyd, B.W. Cheeks, Judge Scruggs, Melvin Baker; Charles Green Raymond Ford, tip their: advice Wrap with chicken this, hot slice lunch of Bankston bagged 13. t
    for .the calibre of teams they were Herman Driver and Vincent Gaines backfield coach. .
    ; ,. ; onion, carrot, potatoe, all salted Klaxon player Ron Wash- .
    Bringing, to the: city ;Free the .way' it looks from "I (Texas Southern public Relations Photo) and peppered, in aluminum foil. burn, always a menace to

    h'ere'th'at too was a: case 0 f wasted dre lID S hooked for 7
    I : A YOUNG MAS CAME .INTO' THE CITY filled with Top Cager Court TiesHaNk's Nationally Ranked Gibbs Cobras Open Campaign With Win Gibbs.field goals and added 5 I

    dreams, ambition, determination and hope to put a
    more on charity tosses
    'Ibotball team in Jacksonville With
    Plays
    winning professional
    V for 19 points and game :
    : _,He worked hard. He assembled the best that could Pirs.Up high point honors. Other

    be acquired in teast''erlOnne1. This YOUNG'MAN Goodrich Co. double figures scorers
    teas and he went on to win the
    i promised a winning for the Klaxons were
    championship. With faithIrfcthe AKRON Ohio One of DETROIT Top ranked
    Florida Football League
    Jackson Hawkins with 14,
    idea and confidence- .in the people he"set the first Negro post middleweight boxer received 4 ; and Sam Cannon withlLN'AWCP

    ,. sail on, an unchartered,' sea. and wound up ,with College basketball a double beating I A M',y1.w

    n ,i .shatter! dreamer .broken q aajTit ion_" ,stiffed. determination 'st.arsr-,-,8 center-, here as the result of }
    : ,and lost hopeT' n the end it appearedtrthat ''forwaxd.Jcse Pllliems-- his recent fight with I

    l' Bill Hood stood in the ,end 2ne.all. alone. It is now playing with the tfauro mina! in L'adison '
    H failure. Akron Goody ears, one of Square Gar +en. t '' i
    ; was just another football
    HTH POST SEASON (GAMES' SCHEDULED' with tbe. Jax the, ation' s top amateur Hank lost to Mina on a a .

    : Bears 'by ther teaas',it seemed. like it was :a,, dead. teams, and former split decision, then his I Ii >r.A
    rescued and placed national champions. wife Vivian sought Judge : I
    !tion, but the teas was.
    ,tpropos. under new management and"one of the scheduled postseason Williams, a former idward S. Figgen's aid ) 1 ,
    ,ii/y
    p" standout with Maryland _
    games was played. The,a attendance was poor. in issuing a restraining r
    b-" State, was assigned to afXvo
    Even the new.benefactarao the salvaged Jax Bears' order holding up herhusband's'$6. \
    '
    could not operate: a '.football :tean' on a 1000 ate yew;'.f a111* pro- 000 purse> ,.JI _:. /

    tea dance record. The naae. was changed from the gram at the. Goodyear She charged in court

    v Bears to the Pros, but the changing of the came Plant here and is on a that Hank is a 'playboy

    x di.d not draw a larger crowd. Well that was ,leave of absence with and is living: with ... w.. ..!t-..
    '
    p. Brother football failure There is hardly any getting the team which is now another woman; that he NATIONALLY RANKED are these members of the basketball squad at

    himself that Jacksonville touring the far East his Gibbs junior College in St. Petersburg, Fla. The Cebras have been
    fi> squanders purses
    amend it, one. can see r FREEDOM CHRISTMAS
    : a.baseball town. under auspices of the ring earnings on women one of the most outstanding teams in junior college kirk es for the
    is strictly SYMBOL-This is the HolidaySeal
    THE ALAS AMA-F1orldaaseb, League is United States Government and his family of five past two years. They were nationally ranked by the NJCAA during the design being featured in the
    WELL
    DEAD. Yes, DEAD. News from the burial grounds is with the rest of the children are often with- 1960-61 and 1961-62 seasons. They started the 1962-63 campaign by NAACP's 35th annual drive,

    "that died wittf 'thejUaij dipease ,that killed famed ,Goodyearjjeaa.: .out food and clothing., successfully defeating the MacDill AMI Klaxons 70-67. under leadership of Lena,Horne.
    it ,
    II,*; .. ) .. sSoc1atiOn.be obituary read Suffocated """The Ak n.JtGOo' years, r (GJC Photo By Leo Ballard) Seals maybe secured, from your
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    local or the
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    For the Lack of_ Negroes. On the epitaph office 20' West 40
    leading clubs in the Joins Bruins Varsity Wills Is8th MYP Winner ,
    Are No Negroes.Baseball ,,..
    ,. .'cai .be written: "Where. There "" National'industrialBasketball Street, New York. Buy them in I
    blocks of for
    Perishes. go. 100 $1.00; $5.00;
    League, are 1953--Roy C8&dP anell a, $10.00 and upward.

    IEIICJ mtMACY,. INC. former National Amateur A Brooklyn.
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    Champions and usually'serve
    1954--Willie lays! New
    if Preseriftiii t Specialists as a soiree of York. ( ORDE1UEL

    951 Dam St. JackSMlIllt I Fla. El. 39268PQSNER5 Olympic material teams.It for the. U. S. 1955--Roy. CaapanellaBrooklyn. L flow, Prcmptoerh I IOR

    I is generally thought 1956--Don Newcombe,
    that a Negro did play Brooklyn. I
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    Sy >a 1957--Hank Aaron Mil-
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    National's League most Cincinnati. All Seasons Ice & Fuel 1 Co.

    MAKESSKIN REACHES PETERSBURG Va. R } valuable player for the- 1962.tearyWills, Los Sill fO NcrvMtf 4.1511r. A*.. I

    "OLD FASWOKED" Once-beaten Morgan State Y. past season, it marked Angeles.
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    The Virginians stopped FORMER COMPTON HIGH court sensation Freddy Goss, to receive the MVP t :;: f5

    PRICES all. 0 f the visitors a sophomore, has Joined the varsity of the UCLA trophy by .gaining favor

    : drives, but breaks led Bruins one of the predicted-to-be top collegiate of the voters in 1949

    to the victors scores. clusters on the Eest Coast for this fall and winter when he led the Dodgers ,

    t 1 t : OB,_i r't. )Morgan ended its season season. The Bruins have two other varsity players to the pennantIbbinson
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    "',,; .. 515 DAVIS STREET Milwaukee.? 1957; Ernie

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    f fQiAMPS FROM OUT 0' THE WEST---Paced by a trio of the nation's top gridsters the averaging 8.2 yards per carry for a total of 1,796-yards in 219 plays in nine games.

    I Jackson State Tigers from Jackson, Miss. go into the 30th annual Orange Blossom Curry ranks tenth nationally in passing with 94 completions in 163 attempts for a

    Classic Saturday night, Dec. 8 in Miami's orange Bowl as the best contenders to face total of 1,659 yards. Eleven of CUrry's aerials have gone for touchdowns. Eight tosses

    Jake Gaither s national champion Rattlers during the past decade. All-America end have been intercepted. Hard running Edgar (Chico) Jordan is one of the, Tigers' top

    : Willie Richardson (left) ranks seventh among the nation's smallcolleges individual backs and leads the powerful Southwest Athletic Conference ,carriers in rushing. The

    receivers according to statistical reports from the National Collegiate Athletic 5-10, 180-pounder from Laurel, Miss. has found room for a 64.3 per-game average.

    ,j Bureau. Richardson grabbed 37-passes in nine games for 788 yards and nine TDs for. 68 Jackson State has won the vaunted- SWAC--the national strongest--title for the second

    points scored. Roy Curry (center) Tigers quarterback, ranks second in total offense, consecutive year. (Jackson State public Relations photos)

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    !i In 30th Orange Blossom Classic i 7 December ALABAMA Ala. St. A&U at Normal '. ,,,f. Rebolld Mark

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    )II( l J MIAMI--'-Florida A. and M. University, honored several times thi r 14 Talladega at Noraal f.; 'Riley, Los Angeles

    LI :Jpast week in football competition, will endeavor to add still a- 17 Miles at Birmingham Lakers' rookie center

    ; *- nother laurel to its record when the Rattlers meet Jackson State January broke Boston Celtic's

    College in the 30th annual Orange Blossom Classic this Saturday 5 Talladega at Talladega center Bill Russell'sone

    night in the; orange Bowl. rt' 9 Knoxvllle at Normal quarter rebound record -

    11 Morehouse at Normal in a recent game

    f Kick-off for the game crowned- 1962 National 15 Miles at Normal against the New York
    whose (9.2) for a world 4
    'i is slated for 8:15 p.m., FFBU ART knicks and drew raTes
    Negro Collegiate Championsra.mythical -
    100-yard co holder run
    L :.however, the spectacular:. but in 1 LeMoyne at Memphis from L ak ers' Coach Fred
    WlJri": game pfcgea&t will"" : revere'dlionor tiiat.*is J'iani last spring* was. .... .2 Lane at Jackson t Jchaus.
    turned down by the AMI.
    ti :. get underway at 7:45. 6 TUfikegee at luskegee Wiley grabbed 14 rebounds -
    usually awarded to the
    i. Hayes, who turned in PRANK L. KELKER ,
    This year s pro-game .. 8 Stillmal .at Normal in upsetting
    winner of the Classic by his track shoes for a .Fbimer FloridianNEW
    t ad half-time shows will the Pittsburgh Courier football uniform this YORK The B62 13 Pick at Nashville Russell's former nark
    feature 15 Ala. State at of 12 set two
    both the 132- Sports Illustrated Sil- Jtontgonery. seasons
    ( the nation's leading season, is consideredthe 1A
    piece FAfTJ Marching Band ver Anniversary All- r ago.
    Negro newspaper "world's fastestback"
    and the "twisting" America roster is an- VIRGINIA UNION Schaus said "He's
    Football fans will
    I Jackson State Band. and is expectedto nounced. Among the 25 DECEMBER setting the ball off the
    once again see the all- give the Classic fans boards end he passes off
    Selected as the nation's winners, elected from 12 St. Paul at Richmond quick and long for the
    Am eri cap combination of a demonstration of his
    ... the ex-gridders who 14 Winston-Sal at Richmond fast breaks. He also
    college' quarterback Roy Curry speed when he runs from
    played their last collegiate '
    and end Vlllie Richardson the halfback slot covers the middle well
    d' for
    'week ,hy Associated Tress games in 1937
    ,,,
    Last year,these the Rattlers. JANUARY MbA on defense too, although
    the Rattlers attained are Colorado' s Associate y leaning."
    two Mississippians gave Senior halfback Robert 6 Morgan State away he's still
    f the highest position in U.B. Supreme Court Jus-
    one of the most 11 Virginia St. At Peters Alley, a University of
    1 the school's history spec- Faremore A&U's leading tice Byron "Wbizzer"White ,
    The UFI poll placed tacular aerial exhibitions scorer this year, is Yale's Clint burg. Witchita star, earned a

    t Florida A&U! second. ever seen in right behind Hayes in Frank and Pittsburgh'sJohn 12 North Carolina away wide reputation in college -

    But Saturday night will Classic play. the speed department. Michelosen. Business 18 Maryland at Richmond y kIN as an outstandingshot

    oe the big one for both Another attraction will Parenore, also a member medicine the law 26 St. Augustine away blocker. B ch au sMotl.y"s

    PAKO and the Tigers of be the appearance of of the track team, has education, the military, 28 Wnston-Salem away

    Jackson State. The winner Robert Hayes, the been clocked at 9.3 for the ministry and public; 29 Johnson C. Saith j:'. ---_ __ SOB

    Li of the OBC will be Florida A&U speedster the DO-yard dash. He services are all well FEBRUARY BATTLE OF THE GIANTS---Phil Jordan, 6-10

    I has rolled up 64 points represented on this 1 Norfolk Div at Rich eager of the St Louis Hawks is tied up by Top PlayerCLEVELAND
    this Kilt Chamberlain ((7.1), and 6-9 Wayne High-
    season and leads year's roster, ud the 2 Eliz. City away
    in tower of the Sun Francisco Warriors in a Following
    the
    team rushing with first Negro ever to be 4 Norfolk Div. away
    recent game between the two NBA league In the footsteps of his
    611 yards for nine nominated for the award 5 Hampton Instate away
    8 clubs. The Hawks outlasted their opponents- tamed pro football star
    games. was also elected this Virginia State array
    The FAVU Marching Ban year--Western Reserve's 13 Eliz. Qty Richmond by a 128-121 score. father Phil Motley,

    pre-gaae show will havea Frank Leon Kelker of 20 Marl and State away youngest son of former

    "75th Anniversary Cleveland, Ohio. 22 st. Augistine-ftdiDonc Ftlipa Alo To Preach Cleveland Browns' luminary -

    Salute" theme. The Clint Frank, one 0 f 26 Morgan st at e-R1 mmoD d Marion Votlej.; was
    half-time pageant has Yale's all-time football ENGLEWOOD. N.J. It named center to the
    language, Alfred A.
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    been titled thleticson heroes, is today president DECEMBER was announced here that Kuntz, internationaldirector Cleveland All'Schoolastlc
    Pelope Aloe San Prancis 391 ad.Standing.
    : Parade. Jackson of his own adverting 10 FIg U. at Nashville 0 f the Pocket
    State Band co Giants' outfielderwho six feet two
    scored a hit
    F agency in Chicagoone 12 B8thnne-O:>okrull-Atlant Testament announced.
    f : i. starred during the inches end wel&zing 195
    with the
    fans last year of the largest in_ .14 llabaaa St.-lbntgDaery Felipe, whose brother.
    world series against the pounds, Motley is
    with their performanceof the midwest. Michelosen.a 15 rehouse: Atlanta Marty is also a Giant young
    "The Twist and Rose Bowl veteran, is N.Y. Yankees, will star, also possesses a already considered a
    is JAMJAR preach during a evangelization good future collage prospect -
    expected to delightthe head football coach at pleasing personality, '
    j spectators again. his alma II at e r. Mr.. 9 Port Valley array campaign in Kuntz said. ":' and has already

    1 1r Reserved seats for the Kelker born in Woods- 10 Florida ALM away Pen this winter. re cel T! d numerous

    f Classic are now on sale ville,. Fla. a fine 12Clark at Atlanta Alou will work with a scholarship offers.

    at all University 0 f athlete and honor 14 Fla. A&M Atlanta Pocket Testament group FLORID STAR Phil's dad was a onetime -

    r Ml mi Ticket Offices and student at Western Re- 16 S.C. St.-Orangeburg during scripture distribution all pro fullback

    daily at the Orange Bowl serve, has devoted himself 26 Ft. Valley at Atlanta cacp lien which, IN EVERY and is credited to have
    Gate 7. Tickets are $2. will utilize Alon's invented the IlbaTrapu
    to a vast and self- FEBRUARY
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    1 less pzograa in education : 2 Benedict at Atlanta COaDd of the Spanish
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    sGULF f .Bulletins dead rbin g of and registrationprocedure's Information containing 4 ,' : ? ", \J.t


    representatives tes :
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    Questions may be obtained f
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    1..a...... Princeton, N.J. Dr. Darwin T. Turner, left, chairman of the Department .
    OIL AND EDUCATION MIX as Dan Kean (second, left), Gulf public relations Applications must be of English at A. and T. College and Krs.
    representative, presents an $1000 grant for use by Wiley Colle b e's departmentof mailed so as to be received Omega Herring, right a Siler City, N. C. schoolteacher

    chemistry to Wiley president Dr. T. W. Cole, Sr. Also presiding at the at the Princeton question Dr. George Harper, chairman of -
    ceremony which was held at a student assembly are Student Senate president office not later than the Department of English university of North

    Billy Lawson (left) and Bernie Willoughby, Gulfs Fort Worth Division>manager- 'Jan. 18. 1963, Dr. ff.A.McMillan Carolina, Chapel Hill, following his address before I
    marketing. The grant was part of Gulf's Aid to Education program for 1962. advised. the second annual Language Arts institute

    which was held at A. and T. College last week. a it.


    Hon. Doyle ConnorIs

    :, FAMU Speaker M ,Ak. University See,. Freeman t. ,

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    Ct"T fflI 41; OBSERVANCETALLAHASSEE_ Closes Books Appoints Five H./

    -- The v4 .
    TUSCALOOSA Ala. Negro T 0 Committees '
    Honorable Doyle Conner, ONLY .
    *
    State Commissioner of w leaders were reportedly :1

    Agriculture, told a taken by surprise WASHNGTDN Five out- MAILED ANY \:
    Florida ASM university Monday when the standing Negro educatorsup -

    audience that Land-Grant .. 'University 'of Alabama to now have been appointed PLACE IN' THE 1
    _____ s: Y ,
    Colleges are turning,out __ decided to close its by Secretary of li
    leaders books to new applicants. Agriculture Orville L.
    that he hopes t UNITED STATES
    will go out and tell the This means that the Freeman to serve on four #

    world of our way of life ii1E__ ;['school will remain se- national advisory committees OR CANADA.
    He s>oke at the all-Un- __ .. gregated until the fall of the U.S. Department -
    I versi ty convocation I __ ___ qMry: k.:GT' semester of B63, unless of Agriculture. FOREIGN COUNTRIES 20c
    ,court action intervenes The most recent appointees -
    commemorating the Centennial -
    II it was reported.Supported are Mrs. Minnie Share all the color and pageantry of this
    Observation of
    1111 d-grant colleges and ( by leaders of Brown, assistant State year's Oral:1geBIOSSom: Classicwith your friends

    state; Universities here the Southern Leadershipof home agent of the North and relatives i .. send them this special

    recently. : .Atlanta (SCLC), at Carolina Extension Service souvenir issue.

    least two who ,
    Conners said Negro applicants was appointedto
    : felt that their the Home Economics It's a great way to say, "having a wonder.
    l'Russia's Premier Ni- .... ful time wish here.
    were
    A FAT FroM CONGO you
    kita 1 Khrushchev is a VICE PREMIER In appreciation of the '20 million chance of being admitted Research Advisory Committee -

    learned man. He is aware pounds of dairy products shipped to his country from America during the to the all--white uni- ; and Dr. E. B. --. Stop/// fill///out the coupon, enclosIng/ _0 m
    past year Vice Premier v. Jayson Sendwe, 2nd from right, of the Republic versity had been good. Evans, president of .
    for each and send them
    of the contentment of a 25( fo:
    of the Conga gives a U.S. .Department of Agriculture cow a pat on The books-closing order Prairie View A. and M.,
    people who have a'well- q'.
    balanced diet.'Addressing the head &r all 17 million milk cows in the United States. The gesturewas was announced by Uni- College, who was named Circulation: Dept.Flo'rida .
    his remarksto made last week wring the Vice Premier's visit to the USDA Research versity President FrankA. early last month to the Star '-T

    the race in the space Center at Beltsville, Fd.: Under a Food for Peace agreement, the Rose who said he or- Dairy Research and. P.O. Box 561
    age, he pointed out that Congo paid for the products in Congolese francs. Shown with Vice Pre- dere4; the processing of Marketing Advisory Com: I
    there. is no question mier Sendwe, .left to right, are: USDA Dairy' Specialist James 0. But- the looks halted on all mittee.Dr. Jacksonville. Florida

    about who is ahead inthe. cher; State Department Interpreter Vladimir DeGrave: and USDA In form aioM pending applications-- Evans was already tstt.fi iodititte oi -seitetAD
    tion .lht fhPTmRn rimp:: .. L -including three from serving on the RuralAreas.Development
    race in agriculture.
    Courtesy Committee I e gr 0 e s- -because ftpresSlre Ad-
    on enrollment visory Committee along NAM1
    DAY CARE Police ReportSamuel Climaxes Successful
    with Dean L.A. Potts of

    ould Like to Keep Child Hogan, of 1045W. when he Anniversary ProgramThe Slaying Probe TUskegee and Dr. WillaB. RE
    returned later,
    ren in My Home for Working .
    Flayer, president of
    3rd Street the Clrt
    was Courtesy' Committee STATE
    he
    goun d his record
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    victim of a sneak thief player missing.He recently concluded its Slated Friday Bennett College. Dean -------------------
    last Wednesday, police 8th anniversary Potts has retired fromTuskegee'
    said the front door program
    NEEDLE WORK _Justice of Peace Sarah
    stated.HDgari which ,s school of
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    lock was in place and will conduct .
    Bryan
    Will Crochet pretty said he left home nothing else"'was removed ,- ficers and members was an agriculture and is no.special KAMIAODUSS -
    in Q1 est Friday at 2 P.m. j-
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    into the fatal Nov. 31st
    Them phone 353-1614 everything in order, but the organization's history th e Secretary o fAg
    shooting of Samuel Nathaniel -
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