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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
January 30, 1965
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:
UF00028362:00648

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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:
January 30, 1965
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:
UF00028362:00648

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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MEMISR .IT ERIC I. SIMPSON

NEGRO sapwoA'Tr .

F' WumCOMPLX fl Immediate and enthusiastic approval of
ERIC 0. SIIl'SOR..IIII1II. Editor /11M -_ President Johnson's proposal to Increase
1 federal support of public education
by more
UYJOU E. WISE...... ... Niws Editor than $1 billion a year was voiced today by

illlH WOOTEN.. ......Circilitiii Mantir r x the National Education Association.A .
f( spokesman of the 903,000-metnber organization
r t of school teachers and administrators
k"
MAIN OFFICE I PLANT:
largest professional organization

2323 Moicriif Rui.. ..Phot. Elfii 46782Miilin in the nation.said

Address: strongest to that congress the President's corraltments was "one to message of Beet-the '.!!IIiIII1! !


ing the urgent needs of the ;
P.O. Bn 561 lie ks. II II 1 l.'f' Isrids I '547 V aEOPLE Q BETTER WERE AVAN p* 4q public schools ever to cone: *

THEIR LAWS.THOUGH from the White louse" SIMPSON
MIAMI OFFICE dS
MANY HAVCBUH Robert E. McKay chairman of the NEA's
WORSE7y'yN .
i MIlR. : Legislative Commission added that the
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have the support of all groups dedicatedto
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the last two days.
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McKay who is also assistant executive
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secretary of the California Teachers Association
i said that President Johnson in
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FLORID. ST.1R r.o. BOX 5"!
Jacksonville" 1, Flnridn his message had forthrightly faced up to
the need for assumption by the Federal
fKeys government of its rightful role in the support .
I of the public schools

To Success UGLY SHADOW CIRCLING THE GLOBE liThe President has given the broad out
lines of a legislative proposal designed
to help meet the educational requirementsof

To the uninitiated retailing probably our society" said McKay. "In Its ap

looks like a fairly simple business. You proach and emphasis the program has the

just rent a location, lay In a stock of wholehearted support of the National Edu
goods and wait on tne customers as they cation Association he added

flock in. So It goes, you may think year Your "Major financial support will be given
after year with little or no change. Weekly by the president's plan where it is most
The successful1" retailer views his business needed at the elementary and secondary

very differently. He knows that changes of levels with special emphasis in areas of

many kinds are constantly occurring. And low economic ability and deprived cultural
he knows that if he is to meet the compe- opportunity" the NEA Legislative chair-

tition and maintain his place In the economic Horoscope Guide can explained.
\ sun he must keep on top of then. The approach described in the Pre"i-

As an example of this the National Association dent's message in compatible with policiesof
of Food Chains is spending $100, the National Education Association "

000 for a series of research projects.Thiswork ly PABLO The ASTROLOGERWHICH McKay said.
which is to be supervised by Dr. The NEA last month proposed a program to
Roger Grey of Stanford University's Food increase federal support by $1.5 billion a

Research Institute, will cover: A review ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR year, the exact amount of the President'stotal
and appraisal of food Industry statistics proposal. recommended. a major expansion

A historical review of long term food industry BUSINESS of the so-called "impact" prograi
LOVE TRAVEL
trends. A study of the changing under which the federal government now aids

nature of retail competition. A study of school districts bearing an abnormal edu-
the "concentration" theory as it appliesto cational load caused by the presence of

food retailing An analysis of procurement federal defense military installations

practices by food retailers A study ARIES CANCER LIBRA CAPRICORN The Johnson message recommended that the
of food retailing and economic power. A Born Much 21st thru Born June 22nd thru Born Sept. 23rd thru Born Dec. 2nd thru concept of national impact" be broad

synthesis of the above, In the context of April 19th July 22nd Oct. 23rd Jan. 19th ened to include the problems caused by the I

the world we live in. A review of food EVEN if THE PROSPECTS presence of large numbers of children from.
TRY NOT TO DO ALL TMC
:marketing literature. Or GAININ9 TMI RECOCNI. NEARLY ALL LIBRANS IF YOU HAVE TO TAKE A lot incofielfaaiilies--those with $2.000 or
There is certainly every reason why the TION YOU DIIM YOU OS. TALKING ALLOW YOUR SHOULD NOW' FILL THC UROC TRIP' FOR PERSONAL REA. less per year.
food chain people should want this mass of SERVE ICCAUIC Or EXCEPTIONAL ALLIES TO EXPRESS THEIR TO TACKLE MORE IMPORTANT SONS OR SIGN UP POP A A year ago the NEA proposed that the "im
information. Typical, chains earn only a JOI OH PRO* OPINIONS WITHOUT INTER AND REMUNERATIVE TASKS STUDY COURSE.SET MATTERS pact" laws Public Laws 815 and 874. be
RUPTION. THIS MAY 00 MR
cent or so of profit on each dollar of FESSIONAL ACCOMPLIIH. THAN THEY WERE WILLING' SETTLED DECISIVELY WHILE' expanded "to provide channeling of fed-
TO rARESTALL THE MANYDirriCULTIES
sales It is essential to their very survival MINTS, APPEAR SOMEWHAT TO CONSIDER PREVIOUSLY. YOUR PROSPECTS ARE STILL eral funds to school districts impacted by
THAT COULC
that they operate with maximum eco DIM, THli SHOULD NOT II THIS MAY TAKE THE FORM '11011"''''. ALL IOA1Or national circumstances: beyond local and
SLIP YOU orr BALANCE
nosy and efficiency in all the varied USED AS AN EXCUSE TO Or CONSTRUCTIVE CHANGES PROBLEMS MAY ARISE RIGHT state control with the administration of
EMOTIONALLY AS WELL AlFINANCIAILY.YOU
facets of the business--and, at the same LOWER YOU STANDARDS IT ARC AT HOME OR ADOPTING AVOCATION ruR THESE DAYS, THROW. such funds remaining with state and local
time please the fickle consumer. In food WOULD HARM YOUR FUTURE WHICH YOU CAN INS IMPEDIMENTS IN YOUR education agencies."
LIKELY' TO SIT A FORETASTE -
merchandising, as in all kinds of merchandising PROSPECTS WHICH ARE WORK UNHINDERED' AND UNINTERRUPTED WAV. Do NOT ALLOW A In support of this approach the NEA gave
Or THE NATURE
knowledge and adaptability are essential OTHERWISE MIPLV PROMI THIS WOULD MIENDSNIP"' TO TURN INTO strong backing to the bills of 1944 for
THC PROBLEMS THAT ARE
keys to success. I SING. THERE ARC SIGNS APT TO KEEP YOU DAPPLED ALSO PROVIDE A BULWARK AN EMOTIONAL ADVENTURE expansion of the "impact program" to
Or STRONG PRESSURE ICINO POR THC SLIT or THE AGAINST YOUR 0 M TENDCN.CISS THAT COULD RE COSTLY TO provide additional federal funds to schoolson
EXERTED IY MIENOS OR TO PASS THE TIME YOUR HAPPINESS AS WELL the basis of need.
MONTH. ACQUAINTANCES WHO
Tribute To Free Enterprise ORGANIZATIONS TO I INDUCE ARC PUTTING YOU UNDER MIVOLOUSLV, AND TO INOULGC AS VOUR POCXETBOOK. YOU The President's proposal, based pri-

YOU TO SACK A LARGE PRESSURE OR OBLIGATIONS 'IN EXPENDITURES MAY BE WANTING TOO VNYTHINGS marily on this concept, is most gratifying
We've always been anation of neat eaters. VENTURE OR TO STAND RESPONSIBLE ARC NOT TO BE CONSIDERED THAT COULD SItS YOU TOO RAPIDLY. to the !4TA." McKay said.

and we're eating more and more of this delectable rOR LARGER TRUE FRIENDS DESPITE ALMOST PCRPCTUALLY IN 40917672 The NEA said It will mount a national
food. That is the substance of a COMMITMENTS THAN ARC THEIR' REPEATED PROTSSTATIONS DC.,. drive to acnltve the objectives outlinedin

report from the chairman of the board of CONSIDERED SArC. TO THE CONTRARY. 5-70-88-1S-73-578 the President's message.
the American Meat Institute Last year 2.40.11.15.92.241TAURUS' AQUARIUS
S.IO610'4681' SCORPIOBorn
Born Jan. 20th thru
total red neat consumption set a new recordof Oct. 24th thru
nearly 114 pounds per capita with beef Born April 20th thru LEO Nov. 23id Feb. 18th

accounting for more than 100 pounds.The May 20th Born July 23rd thru Support Needed !
IT APPEARS THAT YOUR PEOPLE MAY as HESITANT
Institute spokesman commended the meat Aug. 22nd SET YOUR PEARS AT REST
and livestock: industry tor Its ability to COMPETITORS ARC WORKING ABOUT SHOWING THEIR !St.SASD BY GOING RIGHT TO THC

produce the quality of meat products which UNDCR COVER TO GET THE TMC BEST OPPORTUNITY SON YOU UNTIL YOU SOURCE OF 'INFORMATION.FIND .
is Meeting inch ready acceptance by the JUMP ON YOU You CAN ASPECTS OP TMC. MONTH, IN SHOW POSITIVE SIGNS THAT OUT' EVERYTHING' YOU
consumer. After pointing out that disposable rRUSTRATE THEM IY ACTING CONNECTION WITH YOUR THEIR PRICNDSMIP REALLY NEED TO KNOW ABOUT IN. 4 ti
Income Is expected to rise again this WITH SPEED AND DETERMINATION VOCATION AND CARNINGPOWER MEANS SOMETHING. IT AP. SURANCC. 'INVCSTMCNTS.
which that the will YOU SHOULD PEARS THAT YOU WILL MOT
year, means housewife FALL DURING TMC TAX Os.ISATIDNSOR/OCIAI"
be able to continue to spend a smaller TMC ADVANTAGE OF FAVOR- FIRST. THREE DAYS Or THIS BE DOING YOURSELF JUSTICE SECURITY.' SUCH A MOVE,
hare of her budget for neat without decreasing AILI CIRCUMSTANCED TO QUARTER.DON'T GC WISnrUL TO REJECT AMICABLE TAXEN QUICKLY WHILE. YOU
the amount of neat her family TAKE UP COURSE Or AD. ABOUT UIUL n. BEND ALL OVERTURES WHEN THEY ARE STILL HAVE ESPECIALLY .1t'
eats he said: This Is a tribute to the VANCE0 LEARNING, 0* TO YOUR crrORTI TO SEIIC MADE IN ALL SINCERITY.THE GOOD PLANETARY INBICA.TIONS J
great American system of free enterprise SECURE YOUR RESERVATIONS TNIMtroll YOUR LUCK FIRST SIGNS. OP POSSIBLE FAVORING VOU

under which the meat industry continues to FDa TRIPS TO DISTANT' 10CATIONS RUNS OUT. FROM THEN, ON MARITAL. OR '''T. SHOULD SPARE YOU THE

produce more and better products at a coat YOU ARC MORE YOU CAN.. EXPECT OPPOSITION" NERSNIP" CONTROVERSIES WORRIES THAT COULD MSS(
that enables Americans to constantly Improve L'ULYTOCONI OFF SECOND FROM HIGH, PLACES. COMPETITIVE APPEAR IN A SOMEWHAT YOU FRETFUL AND UaCOw.POSTAnC
their standard of living." BEST WHEN YOU DILLYDALLY' MOVCi AND MVSSTCRIOUS VAGUE ,..... .IT MAY NOT (DURING al"" ..

The meat industry, in all Ita ramifications OR CIPCCT IVCNTS TO rORCES THAT TAKE LONG AfTER TMAT rOR Oil OF MONTH). Bt MORE
is something of an organizational AWAIT YOUR PLEASURE, THWART YOU AT EVERY TURN. THEM TO ASSUME MORE WILLING' TO ACCEPT 01.
miracle. Most of our livestock la raised 4.30-44.D.71.431' YOU ARC NOT ONE WHO CONTACt POSITIVE AND OMIMOUSSHAPES. NECTIGN FROM You MOST

vest of the Mississippi, while most of the KINDVY' TO ADVERSE TRUSTED ADVISOR.
meat is consumed in the East. Vast distances GEMINIBorn CRITICISM HOT CXPOSC 7.0.55,15-7I5 S-tO-77.1S-M-M7 r

are involved in getting the meat May 21st thru YOURSELF.Born ,

from the ranch to far-flung consumers. It June 21st ,.5).44-11.28.114 SAGITTARIUSBorn PISCESBorn
is perishable and must be moved without Nov. 23rd thru Feb. 19th thru r

delay. The demand for particular kinds and TNt APPARENT EASE WITH YI.RGO Dec. 21st March 20th
cub of neat varies materially from region WHICH YOU OSTAIN' RESULTS Aug. 23rd thru
to region It' a complex Job but it always DURING' THE 'INITIAL' PERIOD Sept. 22ndT TMERC AHE .., Two DAYS YOU IO''L' NOT LET A r
gets done. And that's me reason why 0? THIS FAUST QUARTER THAT MAY BC CONSIDEREDFAVORAILS. SINGLE OPPORTUNITY ESCAPE
we're the best fed of the world's peoples. MAY LULL YOU INTO TAKING' ERE ARC 10 KANT IN. THOSE WHO YOU. TAME FRIENBSCOMC I
NO POIITIVI ACTION UNDER OICIATICXS 0* AN ADVERSE MATE A BIG THING GOING TO TC FORE 0* MALLIANCE
SlatTo YMCA Orgialzilioos THE mm NOTION MAT TURN IN YOUR FORTUNES SHOULD ACT WITH DETERMINATION M V BC FORMED
YOUR CHANCE ARC BOUND PART Sao RAPiairr. TO UNDER BOMCtMATMYSTCRIOUSCIRCUMSTANCES.
GREATER
DURING THC
The 7'was organized 121 years ago
TO IMPROVE LATER ON. AS OF THE MONTH, TMAT IT SNATCH THE PRIIE OtPROFITS SHOULD
in London for the purpose ofthe improvement -
THIS IS MR PROM) BEINGTMC OULD BC A PITY TO MISS' BCFOIC ANYONE YOU MSITATE. OR OCCIOfTO
of the spiritual and Dental condition CASt YOU MAO MTTCRCLOU FAVORABLE OPPOBT. CLSC DOCS. THERE ARE NO POSTPONE YOWl FINAI
ANY
of young men engaged in houses of business. A DIAL oa SIGN ON UNITIES THAT DO ARISC.PRCSS MENTS WHEN YOU SEEM U5A1ll DECISION TO SLATS DATE..
after its translation to
Portly THE DOTTID UNC well a COURTSHIP.UTILIZE TO MOVE FAST ENOUGH YOU MAT JUST At WELL
America la 1851. it broadened its alms to YOU STILL MAYS A GOOD fOUl TALCNTS. OD OB TO PUSH YOUR INMIGI GIVE .P THE ...". IDEA

Include improving minds, bodies, spiritsand THING AT MIND YOU HAY EVERYTHING IN VOgR POSESTO TIONS ASIDE. THIS IS AS "" It I""'1. Y9WR CONFlBtNCE -
the social outlook of youth on all .
GC TOO QUICK TO ACCEPT WIN THE AFFECTION OrTMCM W..A' WILL CREATE VOMB MAY GC VNOEB.MINED
levels. ADVICE 0. INFORMATION.FALLACIES WMO MEXLOSCST TVOUR MASS OBSTACLCS AT TIMCtMEN BY WORRIES OVER
Among its Boat notable achievements has NAY SPREAD FAR HEART DUMRG THESENIGMUT VOU ARC MOST ANXIOUS VOUA WCLlBCING 0* VOCATIONAt -

been 79 years of work in two major fieldsof AND WIDC.J0.ial4.3ts.tt. >TURM.ATIM. DAYS 1ft wet A IONS9.3.22.1i.N.Iu PROGRESS.S.2D.SSIV32S2S.
current interest-.the teen-ager and our
relations with other peoples of the world. t- )..IO-IJ-.-...311



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GUESTS' -Mr. and Mrs. John H. Johnsonof GEORGIA State Senator Leroy Johnson CHATTING' about small matters are SEARCHING for her editor 1 husband who
EUOHY-JET"publlcatlons tnd partyare (wearing glasses) Is seen with his 4|* Floridian Leroy Simbuth of St. ducked off for a quick political'
seen .at the Vice Presidential beautiful wife at the Vice Presl- |.- '' Petersburg and Judge Raymond Pace pow-wow Is Mrs Eric 0. Simpson wife I
Reception. dent/.I! I reception. tf '; AlcxenOer cf Philadelphia of the publisher of the Florida Star
and Hltml Star papers.


Hampton Alumnus Socially Speaking I


Mimed To Forest 1bl.r. bu.t.q. had her deter Martha L ...,rr J.... Hvndtraoa, 0.oria Btarkta. John J. Cultwanlllla .
and rrancca faldtn M guest ph.",.. Martha quail- ( R. !pinner Hanrj [) nlla, and Clifford Paul
'ASHINQroN--"PI -- flu for the guest prls. ..r. boats tolsat idntadar'a ..ttlni of the iroop
J.... T. '1111... baa Club prlcaa *'r. awarded to Marian talkar and tb.,. tha prKiOMd ....t .aa ban aft*ft) Malatant tO Maria "C'ChIDfuhD Other ...b.,. of tba bond praavnt includad Lton
tho cfalaf of mnilUantndquallflCktlona Oalln Myrtle 111.... andtQilvtatar Ikiaaardtr Pollard,
Iliad .U 11. Jill hat Oulnyard I a..t.
branc ...be,. in tile .., ,
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w of tb. 0.8 Dt>arti+nt . rranblio Richardson Carl M. ..,,.n, Cary l ola.",
i of Airleultsra'B fbrm: Mack r,..w.an, Jr Oaoria H. Hill John R DarbjDolMaa
Sarrtca. J.d.aouHI. Aluani Cbapttr of taps Alpha Pat
I L. Badttr, Jr Ja.a s Cutlass, 0.orn S
Too Itoraat Barvlco baa rratarBlijr ar ctrrttttlj wktn| plane for a social
Nairn. Joa.pb Durdan, John. L.. Floyd, Wrtla Ktw
t staff of Dearly 2X000 ..'nt to tw btld during rvbraarjr
to prowota tha co...,. Hlllia Hutard. Sabvrt L, MltrJitll Julian it It.. brouib. wid It. H. toblnaon.RAMBLER .

VtttOO and baal ... Of I
n tha country'a rotate, I .
tad to arfalalatar 1(4attoaal )
foraata. I vt tlVJ!

Vll II aaa forwarly ..,.
rid II adwlalatratlvaaaaJstaat
to tho chief

AT u: Jacksonville schoolteacher APPLAUDING after a delightful of staff, VA laataldaHowpltal. (h t Is Anlflis Tl Sent III Coltrt4 Citi/iitrj li Nil Ai< used Cars.
Mrs.I Mary; Simpson 1 has twirl around the dance Chlcara, wn<
caught up with her publisher floor are Madame Rubadlrl 1 I. bald a alallar poaitto
I husband and they are seen wife of Ambassador tobadlrl" I at tbt VA Moa ltal la Drhi; Dot dips Ti Rambler' lu"urters
of Meala i and AnbastadorWaller Twaa.g.., for a ..uabtrof
here trlr.plrg the lent I .
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'I, Vwatiafl Oab .111 wrablp" at Ml: Ararat Uftlat 0.--,..::11r::::: : \:0ri" lIS n. hlst!

Obarcb ..*.clal, January 50 at II:00 a s. n. -'
.*..t .111 sari tile lUll tiatallatlM Mrvlco of (.....1.. .., Plku It New AI4
oa. tf JaciaoaTltla'a ldaat aocial tI.... la fact t#1 l'.r,...
Ib* grow paaata of betas tie old.at social flab Ir r. r.."
U Jacaaoittlla Offlewra to .b. laatalltd twadajr. an nil., laclida Dia't r Maki Air Dul
altar Cr..., ,,......to tlllla J, w..... tlepraaldrat. li'i A Sestktlli( j
Uilm
attorney T.J. Peddick/. of
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0.0 r. L11111ra..at.tary; J Hatbaaa
Ft. Laudertfale cakes his way across Ialelllt Dull I
*.,.. traaaartr frai o wpar, flaaMlal acra
the dance flodr with Mrs. Adelarder t
toy; Lads I staaa. bwaliaaa awa4r. VbaalarSalUy.
Jackson of Baltimore' to join others .....h., bal(... ....* ,,,..- Ctwrtw
who greeted President Johnson and ,.'11. ralatlaaa. Jab lash. ttatadlaa, ..,..
Vice President: Hubert hrey.Other ...t.r."', .at......;a.d a..caar. Ataatar. csarlai
Jaions who attended the mautural

balls 'included' Mrs. Afinie Mc&ee and S..rt. ji
Frank Kirptor.YOJKZR M Clala aaa
hut playar A.I..a..II.. Srd a dab wt Satsrday
....|.. la no .....tt' Mat run Straatraa4 !.
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r dab ,rli a a.r. ...r',' .. Nona tbll, 01 ay
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of 11111.,.. Haa plattbtr. ad alb Ollttr, _
OIlier .**t..ra"r.a.at ..d.... O.rddla. NllllMd
ins Barbara I.".,. '..'1 lacbty, Aaa M.,.., *.raUvrtta
ad ,.111.. fiwt|.. .

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TW Sat mrtlalb .u." b... of Tba /aJ..le
,...1 a.. pr.*la.. tba aattlai far tba Mat r caat
1 ... SklrUr Caralaa. Ha4aaaa Bwllard. aW aairl* ,, +
Ir .....,.. .*,. blab ..r.,. .. u. brta a...!.*
SalrUy leOay, Dab t".". redo /tb.as and
...... *IU sirs WMWI oUar lartltUaata la tic

4 Me 854.. COHf IX 70DAT/
. 1965 Rambler> Classic
wet FREE! !
U>.. Aary. vrtlo Tb.w*.. m4. Catb.rla. Jaebao
.... _*d Model I Mrs Hattie Devoox IHS CAR X-tAY IOOKIMAI .
tartala. no la/dattaa .,.... Clab U bar Sotb0rt I CAVTM4 .......AM* Mitt

kaaCaUarlaa. Gown Vogue Shop>>
Jarlaa aid pats trl'bt w*.IU.. far

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k't Cd ,ft... wro .o. bya4 ft-.aa. IkhlU" ..... .

....... ins eHt. I RAMBLER I
SCT--Representatives at'tlf't4ltU ... SOUTHSIDE
Cars saberS pro.t 1..1. aybll Bwtlaf. vary
at tM ;Iterttj Hotel. .Inaugural O la. ...tlMr heart. a.tua e.et.-,

tall art Hiss Marilyn Masrjr.eauttur : .
of Dr. aA4 H/s.Arthur Mtdry
of Jacksonville and Cem> t Stewart r.. a( .... Srl<,. dab ,0J.,.. aotbarplaMit
also of Jacksonville. are tbtIltd a.tlM at I''''' ra(.rat ,rw' .. r.
University. students. tmaa b Tbo JNal flt..!.,. for N'''o. .....




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I Middle Florida, Clay County Baptist Assn. Convening In 3-Day Session I



Impressive CeremoNy Highlights Gradiatiif Exercises

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..MT. TABOR BAPTIST"..

: .. Sunday in Mt. Tabor Baptist Church com

Iti f with the Sunday School at 9:30 .... with
Jason Barr in cbsrge. Morning service at

w, a ; + : 45 O'clock.

7v .. .
-MT ZION' BAPTIST- "

y services begin with the Sunday School at

: 30 a. *. in Mt. Zion Baptist Church with Super
v.iihIIiF
B. Alston in charge Baptismal rites are

at 11 a. .. BTU at 5:30 ,... with Mrs.
V. Hopkins in charge. Musical program is sched

at 7:30 p... sponsored by James Bryant and
A call meeting will be held Tuesday at 8

.. with Rev E.E. Taylor .pastor in charge.

1 LL! v .NEW JERUSALEM BAPTIST."

Ministers Deacons and Laysen's Educational

lL1lJL.I auxiliary to St.Joseph. Gateway. progressive
LJBWfmWi9&it*+' wj mj v oMOMmss a m>-e- e w will in Greater New
tIMLNT! "), UWRSE-- ring the highly mpresslvo program marked by the attendance, Jones, Rosa Gulps, Annie Wilson, Laura Vhltten. Mary Frazier, and Association convent School
of Interested family neabera and friends, members of the Nurses Aide Class of Back row from loft: Emily Post ell, Recta J09,.. Debris IUaoD. Dorothy Baptist Church. Sunday at 9:30:
the olden School of Music and Adult Classes, completed the course and received Evelyn'Oof f ,Minnie Miss, Bernlcr Cbbb.* litiDeth Harris and Inez .. ; morning service at 11 Of clock.: Sermon P.D.
certificates recently in st. James AME Church Aa a surprise gesture, Mrs. .. At 1 p. .. dinner will be served and at
I photo (right) Laura Whit ten presents gift on behalf of class to
Rebecca: Y. Thompson, RN, (shown at extreme right) director: -iostructor, was pre structor Thompson while Mary Frazier (left) and Emily Thompson ( :30 p... Se f. S. Love will preach the iaalonary

sensed! .with an attractive gift from appreciative class menbers. Aides shown look on. Royal Art Studio .
front row from left are: Emma Cohen Julia Collins, Petronlta Daniels Mary .FIRST NEW now...

service in First New Zion Baptist Church

Death Claims ProminentNew Miissionary Rites Set Ml. Zion Holiness Baptist Associations Convening & with the Sunday School: at 9; 30 ... Super

Orleans Civic Leader At Mother Midway+ Slates Flower SeanceFinal With Host Clay County GroupThe and Invitation J.D. "''it. presiding." will be The reviewed lesson. by'Judg Rev
With an interested and
program preparations Clayton, putor. The attendance and offer
NEK ORLEANS'-Funeral services: were held here recently varied prom competed Sunday's Flower Ministers and Deacons: Union, Auxiliary bann.n111 be presented. Morning service at
'
: for Clifton H. Den son. civic: fraternal this week by the Missionary Seance sponsored by Mt. Florida and Clay. County Baptist Association, O'clock. 4 D. .. the districts will meet in the
business and social leader who died in OchsnerFoindatlon society, missionaryrites Zion Overcoming: Holiness eetltig in Hibernia Today. Saturday sail 91Dd., nb
Sunday Fellowship. Choirs
Hospital following a bl ref illness will be observed The Youth Alliance program -" ................... 3,4. Cabers Boards
Church For All Peoples and will
Mr Denson was born ins......................... during the 11:00: aim tonight will beginat 4 serve throughout the day and the
1055 Davis St. were announced Rev. Richard: ; will preach.
Newton Miss. but had Peter claver, Holy NameSociety service with Mrs. Verdle this week with 7:30: 0' clock:: with Deacon ternate Rev. 0. C .. ...
Elder serving aa guest Melvin pr -aba MAGNOUA< BAPTIST
prosiClng.
lived in New Orleans for of Blessed activities scheduled to The program at 3
over fifty years. Sacrament Knights of speaker, Mrs. Annie get underway at 4 p. .. Devotion Miss will be led by the School Sunday at 9:45: a.B. in Magnolia
prior to his death. Mr. Py thlaa. Court of Frailer projraa chair- Elder Z. Thompson will JacQuelyn Cohen Miss inters wives Church. Morning service 11 O'clock. Rev

Demon was president of Calanthe; and other nan announced.Mrs. deliver the sermon and Betty Butt; .elco... Miss Mra. Mary .. a Peoples pastor will preach. BTU at 5 p. ."
the Good Citizens Life organizations.He Elder is a young, a special service dedicated Beverly Johnson; nadln" Mrs. Jsnlo Lane Evening Service at 6:30: O'clock. Choir 2 and

Insurance Co. the Good is survived by Mildred outstanding social to those ID need Mlaa Joanne spell; readIng in charge of the Board 2 will aerve. Prayer. meeting Tuesday\

Funeral System, and the Porehe Denson civic and religious of service of the Lord Miss ROM! Coleman; cration. Remarks by 1 p... followed by the Bible study. District 1
Oood Citizens Realty widow; Mrs.Yvonne Denson leader of the city and and Savior Jesus Christ selection, Miss Cynthia Julia Byrd observe Its anniversary Feb 3.t 3 p... A

Corp. He was also identified Boyd of Pensacola rh. possesses a forceful is promised. Haymoa and others. covenant meeting by program will bepreseated at 7:30 p.m. Mra.
with numerous daughter; two sisters style of speaking which A citywide invitationto Sunday's services will Catherine Haw and .. Hart afield and singers will be presented in

activities and Institutions Mrs Corino Johnson and has resulted in her friends and the ..a. commence with Sunday Tbelma llebb.Deacons .., sponsored by Deacon Tommls Lee HackleyjaiNOTON .

of the city: state, Mra. Susie Lester and bein" in constant demandto oral public to attend School at 10 a. II. with tllllo H. .. BAPTIST (Loretta)*...
I and nation. other relativea. appear a. E. Farris. superintendent alter Jackson will
Among his connectionswere : Final rites were held Antioch Baptist Is Hosting in chnrge The charge cf the Goodwill Union will convene In Jullagton Bap

the United Negro in Blessed Sacrament teachers will be Rev J. at 6 p... Smn by Church: with Rev. tilbur Burgess, pastor pre

College Fund the. Xavier Catholic Church of which Bethany Assn. Affiliates T. Haymon Mrs. DorlreFranklin. A. B. Vinson; al t. tonight at 8 p. .. Mrs. Georgia buns and
Music League, the United he was a coamunlcant. Mrs Minnie Rev. Frank Johnson. Hartley will conduct the devotion. Choir I
Fund of Greater .New The Ministers and Deacons Union, women's Auiiliary. joti't. and Jeanette McCain. Usher Board 1 will serve. Strwoabythe pastor

Orleans, Original Illinois Sunday School and BYPU Convention, suill. Bishop Sunday begin with the Sunday School at
Mardi etas;..Bunch A pair makes of clean' whitelovea isries to the East Florida and Bethany Baptist Devotions at 11 a.m. : .. .. with the visiting superintendent la
( a woman-
Club, Elks, YMCA.-tWCA.; any Association, is convening In Antioch Baptist will be conducted by To Speak ". Morning service at 11 O'clock with Rev. A.
of 3
from ,on
age up- .... '
Church:: : through Sunday.'Today .e.e.. !' .e.e.
Crescent CUj uaeral" te.l.1tladl., aid Deacons rr.d'Hut'ablre' of St. James Baptist Church 811 be... and
( A.B. IIc:
Bishop
1 Director As an. .-NationalFuneral therefore look like, a (Friday) Deacon Nlckersoo, Mrs, Mary soil Lee Anderson; .sermon Memphis, r I..D. b.ra in charge. Ie,. Jake Ray and"oongregatioa
Daniels will
Directors Man:. lady so, whether your L. have Fulmoro; ressrks. Rev. have charge at 3 p.m. Dinner will be served
scheduled to speak
National Life Insurance charge of the devotion. Clayton of Flrat .
white gloves are leatheror L.J. Morning Star 6'l 1:30: P.M.HOUSE
Church: of Dud in
RevJ.M. Bryant
Aaan New Orleans- Sermon. Now Zion Bsptist. At
fabric do auda them .. ...
3. 4044 Old St. Of GOC
of St. Mary Baptist
aurance Executives out otter vry eearln 7:43 p...,BTU hour conducted Pallbearers To
Council Knights of scripture, Mrs. pearl by'Mrs. Bssslo Rd., tonight ( E. Bunapart will conduct the Sunday School:

Merchant; sermon Rev. Celebrate Fete beginning st | C' ia the House of God. Tb. lesson will be
,. c. Rogers of Macedonia He Is coo of the by Elder J.M. Tsrver. psstor. Morning

Baptist; alternate Rev. prelates ia the will beheld at 12 O'clock with.Deacon J.S.
3 sation and ...
r i I. C. Mitchell of Little a and *rs. E. illlama in charge of the devo

Rock. the Mason Temple .. HTPU will t. held at 6 p. .. sad evenlsa
LOCATIONS Sunday School begins at < g;w of Ood la Christ at 8:30 O'clock, Deacon F. Rivers and Mrs
....
9:30 .... Sunday with nee Bishop L Green will have charge of the devotion. The
A e 830 Oassal Av. Deacon Morris Mann In executive In also a nember board will be delivered by the pastor, and Daber.

charge. Morning serviceat arcl 2 and Choir 2 will serve throughout the day.
3701 Emerson 11 O'clock. President nan of the Bishops Paator. Day will also be observed Bit.day
.
ajperintendent J.
Q.T. McCall will preach.Mrs. and
night prayer service; prayer tarry
Williams baa .,
1824 W. Beaver
Marie Merrltt and ia Friday night.CDLOteim .
public to attend
u. Emma Melton will .. ..
choirs and ushers :' BAPTIST -
supervise devotions at
e\G FREEZERS.4LEFINANCE'IT l45! p.... sod Rev I. a. serve. Bishop Day will be observed Sunday. UOolossiaas
Simpson of Zlo. Hope m. GRAHAM will speak Saturday Church begiaaisg with the Ou-day. BcJuol at

Baptist Church will be The Honing star Pallbearers at Elder Williams' B.O. Murals servicelsat II: IS 0' dock. worse
'' THE PREMIER WAY the speaker. societies will on Fboenii Avenue. will serve and Miss Shirley Brooks will be the

"ak.r. Evealsg service at 7 clock. Altom Merk-
celebrate their first
NOTHING DOWN MONTHS TO PAY St. lake
4
anniversary progro> Sunday Allen U. will apeak. Rev Samuel Price Is pat tor.rUION .

SMOKED PICNICS LI.27c Baptist Church at 2:30: P... in Tabernacle To Appear .. BAPTIST (It IS Tales it.----.
Baptist Church. -
Activities will get .. iaFreedos/Baptist. CKTcm commence
Rev. E. I. Young, pastor
underway Sunday with In Si. the Sunday School at 10 oat with Deacon
Rev. Dallas J. Graham,
SPAR.E Sunday School beginning N. Roberta in charge. Morning service at II
3ns. pastor of Mt Ararat The Allen ,.
RIBS at ?: SO e... with Bus Church will cJKII; evenlag service at S O'clock. .... Job L.
Baptist present Chorus under .
BUDGET lUCID OR WHOLE SL.UBACON' perlateadeat PsrcyClalrstte tp'l7. pastor will preach U/sermBBS. Prayer
the address. -0tb rprogram or '10*i't Hunter,
II charge.wormlai
3 us. participant.will end Bible study Wednesday at 7:30: p.m.
be presented in
LEAN ....:' *l ,. __ 1i:000 worship' dod startsat with Include Rev, I. L. Sunday at I ,... ...WITH BAPTIST...
: ,
BRISKET STEW 3 us.STIIAK the Deacons ia charge of Jones Deeecs Lysaa Stephen AMI Church. ..., School: fiuaday in Called Bptlet Church at

'Of UANWHITE .''fOUou.- BTO will beheld Martin. Ho Mo I. Female A special : 45 .... Morning worship at 11:05 f1 cloe' with
BACON 4 100. at 8:30: ,... with Chorss'Mrs, *.\1'....... bee appointed by Saautl Allen, asalatant pastor In charge.
us. Mrs Callio Jttwatif. .
Mrs. Doris nutehlBs J $ Johnson r I will servo throughout the Jay
WIENERSSAUSAGE ARMOUR 3 US. presiding.Rov. Mrs. Millie lose;, Mrs. arrange for the ,
CAPITOL B.& srownw. embers of the .
FRESH oASMOKED 9 H.J. Trowels T-8IRD ,$UIS 82 CHCVKOLZT: : S 111SJitti
d us. paator. will direct the Also. ,aU...1Io..n.. are: Jl. ... .-mDsa1i'JHo $J795eR1vII. w--. ..?.,.-.
ARMOUR two major services. The James Oaiaey.MTe.-jeeel* chairman; .. t. t + t{:
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BOLOGNA 3 HeleaLawrence. ; .$I11St
CAPITOL I us. loath Choir sad Biker Rae Pope. Mrs. Joel Fierce. !Meal JA sillB4CXIV. $ :" : Mf .-
ICON Mrs. T. Ray. J... Davis Co A. ..'" .- "ALW1 e.M'7/
FRYER PARTS 3 Board | mill sorvothroughout '''C u i slue
PLA. us. tko Oscar Jl11..a.chlr.... I ra. Earth. McOowaa. r m -- 'OOM. ....
IRIASTS LEGS OR THIGHS The regular day.Tuesday COB Bryaa, and Rov.Young. Bible 11'1"0. rjilCr"1. P. JJJ95tCk .*' U toRn.. .. ..SlStSal

Bight prayer ...tll, Is Miss Mary Jokssom. DOOOC S2MS C H t; n ,,. .sms
FtA. THRIFTY BRAND STEWING scheduled for 8 P* clock Mrs. .. Maine mill Jaalce Harris, J fIn! >, Ta RLfirGffirr2 u o1'I; .....tTS9ssO
Bfterwhlch the Teachers' serve ma mistress ofter..I. adlao Biplane .uss :-ur: ..1l'n: ..no:
LB. meet lag will bo hell ... Alice HclBUak sad .,"-.VJ J.1;: : P r :. :S itS

HENS LIMIT 3PLEASI IDe Alt.It baa... beam sMiatosh: .. :.oe.:.=--' \\t;;;'Jnl\\ droRn7"v.1,, '-.....I1etS.nc. ....

that students ttAS1tLrR: ,mts u-RAMftErji $1795IeT
WHEN YOUR MI "' .
la scholarships In .
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SKIN CRIES
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_- SHmiTJMI.il 31, 1915 FIOUOA STAR PAPERS( ur 5

Central State Jn Coeds Nilionilly CitedI Dr. Haylisg Honored ,IH

jTe.iTaIk
In Tap Ten I- -:"-- -wr -I Ancient City lanqvet


By ROBIN A. rouuma-: Sunday, s order of service ______ Dr. a... Hayllag. local prealdnt of the Southern
Hi Teens; sill begin vita ChrUtian Leadership Conference, was honored at a

Wbat'e neat Tout Great 11 Many of you are wondering Sunday School at 9: JO banquet In St. Augustine recently, being cited for
.. with ..rl torlon service and his sacrifices
wIIo I an BO 111 tell a. Mrs. M. Evangel fortitude,
you. i aa a sweet sliteeoer ......
attending New. Stan to* where I aa a Junior honor lac Johnson la charge. i for the cause of huaan dignity. .......... .

atudent. I've aide aany new friend through .lean During the U:00 O'clock The AnclentCity Charity Iln,.

Talk" and would like to sale pore so If you Bee hour the pa*tor. Rev Club under the leadership Music for the affair

.. one day. Jut COM up and say ",.1" I'd 1U. R. Leander Jones Just of T. Haiti, sponsored .aa furnished by Mr*.
that! recently returned fro. the affair. Ann Frguon. preaentatloaa -

relies. alnce February IB the Booth for cupid attending the Executive Also receiving honors were Bade by II.
hearts, flowrs. candy, parties and Board Session of the National sire Audrey Nell Haall> Chrlitla Thoapaoa.' Mr*.

lore parties,look over this check list Baptist Convention. toa, Joins Anderson Loud 11. Plusaer 1* secretary -
|of Ideal date qualifications for you will deliver the 8aaul White sod Willie of the oragnisatloa. -
aorolag .'.Na'.Hh hit Carl Singleton. .
I strictly tir3-ide. .
will be. "Justification
.Good looklnilatelllgeat Many diatlagulahedgueet
of the Bel I ever,"Senior <<) --TW Jacksonville coed.,..*. hiss Jean Snail (left) a sociology major, froa out of town Honors Scheduled

-.Lota of fun Choir 1 end Caber Board aDd Mlaa Karea Patricia Bu,.*. majoring la music, were aaoag: the 31-Florlda AaMOalveralty were preset to honor

ROBIN ..(bod sense of huaor 2 will serve. students recently selected to appear la the 1994-03 edition of Who'n the groupwhich sss very For Miss A. Johnson

..Respectable and respects his date The ITU Hour will begin Who Among Students la American alleges aDd Calveraltlea. The honorees are active la the silliest Mil Arathajohaaoaaaelected .
.Polite and weilaaiintrvdWellgrooaed at 5:43: p... Evealaiaervlcc equally prominent la a wide rang of campus aoclo-cultural activities Mla civil right struggle

.. ; dresses appropriately at 7:00 p. .. Eaall la"the daughter of Mra. I.'. Saall. 2214 Pullaaa St. and Miss 1u'1I' tb.,.. Prevent were Rev general chalrata
for tbs annual Wonet'aDay
..Good dancer sill be devoted to a parent. Mr. and Mr*. Andre Bugg reside at 1222 Grot he St. C.E. Steele, first vie
celebration la Grant
special Candle Light
.Friendly ----- President of the Southern
Service under the direction Meaorlal AMI Church,which,
Chare cos* n Interests with his date of Mrs. MyrtleH. EWC Registration Expects Nationally Cited Christian Leadership la achaduUd March 14
Say guys dot't!: forget 6t. 'ahat...'. Day.. Pi evedon't Conference; Rev. T. A. the
,Jo... The launder throughout dye
xograa
of 0lnivlll
Wright
send your favorite girl aa insulting gag
Enrollment ehalraa are: Mrs.
the sponsorship of History-Breaking and his wife; HO... Wll
card because there are too Many flattering greet* Lenora South and Mra
the church ladles sad 11.... staff aeaber of
lags on display. the public la invited. Edward Water College pole. for another record Lettla M. Rose other
Our personality of the week, 'Xhe Teapatloa" the SOC froa Atlanta;
Weekly activities breaking arollaeat aa regl trtlon for the spring i1HOMORU officers are: Mra. Mmes
This group Is causlsg the latest stir There are .. Rev. Frank ,lDk.ton.Jr. ,
follow: setter gets underway Tuesday February 2. With A. walker, secretary;
of the ocala
.11&1 singing groups) on the scene who have one or Monday at 7:10 p... over 130 students la both night and day divisions J r..Utat Mr*. Ann}* M. Mclatoch
NAACP Rv Frank pink*-
to exceptionally'taltnted aeabera. but just fee ;
a Deacoas Board Meeting; last swelter the College point to its largest prograa chalraaa; Mra
ten, St., of OcalaRv.R : .
can boast roster of fife outstanding >u si clan*.
n
registration In its and Call!* J.Cone. co-ehsir-
history
Tuesday at 7:00: p.m. expect an even Lewder Jones, pr..l.d. -
The Tcapatatloa; all of boa are over alt feet Bible Study Prayer greater enrollment for the spring, according to of th JacksoavlllanlalaUrial ana; Mr*, wllll ice
tall are Otis tllllaas fro Tvsir.se. Teams, second ...U..t 1:00: p... Dr. J. A. Espy Dean of Acadeaic ................e.Acoordlag Alllancejjla Bhipp, decoration; Mrs
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tenor sod bass; Mel Franklin Bass fro. Mobile with Brother hates to Dean C.L. '.ill be two additional Marallag of the University Alvealee icQueea, ooehairaaa .
Tennessee Eddie Kendrtcks: t dtor and Paul Wlillaa Willlnas. ; Mr*. Eraeetiae
Griffith aad Deaooa 911lace registrar re- courses la the second of Florida; Rev, C.Speed .
baritone both trot BlralBghaa. Alabaaa sod tenor gistrstloa will take Cot poior; its,
Raaberry la charge; semester, one not previously > of Tallaha*.;
David Raffia fro ler 14 18a. Mississippi. Any of Wednesday at 1:00: p... place Tuesday lAd'.d...* offered and the and Mr end Mr*. C. Hay Mildred Bcrugglaa, ad*
the can sing le.d'sd la addition Otis plays the Choir 2 rehear**!;Thursday day, February 2 and 9, other not recently of* -.A.ons the 21 1 lag parents of th* vrtlaat; Mr*. Hattie
tuba Mel the piano, and Dave the druns. Their at .:00 p.s. church froa 1:00: a. .. to 12 frd The first Ie Florid ARM. University honoree. L. warren ushers; Mr*.
,.y Girl" nsde the top ten in a fee shakes. As buainesa ...Uu; Friday. moos and ItOO to 4:00: students who were re. residents Peeala Nopkla, Mra.0aeva .
It. Augustine
all wbo'v beard then know "1''. 'Tea*a tat loss" at 1:00: P.M. Sealer p. .. each day la the feted The first la eently honored by being appearing oa th* prograa Mangrta, puhlle

don't need a top tea tecord to prove Oat they are Choir 1 rehearsal.Cbepter I,......., Reglttratloa Logic a three hour selected to appear lath Rev. C. D. Duos, restless; Ira, I.M.
here to stay for the evenlag division court, norally offeredat I...... edition of ere Rlohardaoa. Mr*. Luella
prldnt of the 'NAACP
Are you laprovlng' your Bind teen? Here IB a sup Announces ill take plat also oa the aophoaor and Who'a Who Among studentala sod pastor of .., Pill McRrid, isle; Mra.Luell .

nested book list for young teens. February 4-3 fro. I:no junior level, but to b* Aserlcan College All Church sad H.L. .Ii.**, Mra
IroeL .THE Kim STORM A&eiventrY Progr n p.a. to 1:00: p... each scheduled, Junior sad unlvrltl I* II.. Tela*. EllMheU Debo.e, fla

a.&l1a. .noun or FAMOUS oruxsButler. night. Studeats la the senior level*. Huttt Aurtla apolt.A Rev. aivc.
The toatatr,
.1.1 carr A SX90LC CANDLIBoott. Queen of the South evening divide ay The eooad course,Kuaan susie major at the read Itttere gteerlag ooaaiUa* ...

Tit ART OF BONO A GIRLSutaera. Chapter 10$. DCS. will also register Thrdayevealig Growth sod Devtlopaeat, Cnlvertity, Mi** Dupoatla wrlght(ten Resident Lmdoa B.johaioa ben art: Mr*. Zalaa ..
,not TtM.LLIOa observe it* analveraarySaaday la the regis- was offrdvralyar the daughter of Rev MaUoapaabody Jebuot,li a s A. Jobnsoa.Mra. .

Peck. WI50S OF AN EAOUAlwaya at I p. .. la trar a Office. before and I* DOt tlatedoa and ire, I. B. Dupont of ,and Mra a ,.h.,.. U smith, Mra. ...I.
stop laud brow. around the Library.*. Secoad Bap tilt Church, Dean Iy said there frhaiasophoaor 1324 Ditoa St 'Talla tree D,. Martin Luther ROB, Mr*. A. walker.Mra. .
MOW tor BOB yak for the rat: accordlag to worthy levels. ha*.*.. Frances Moor
Dig Tourtelf"B that yo* should know that's Matron Qjiesa .. Ullla/a/ *. WHResses Hold

hapienlng.SaapBOB. The prograa ulll IB*
.asae self that fee by self by ay el ale: 3 DIY-Seminar'I'M

Sapoa.ttak froceasioaal, fraternal

..aeaas rally great. orgaalaatloa, club; Jehovah Wlta*****

Ote..h with .. nest seek. opting selectlea. Frank held their three-day
By. Noel Brown Choir; scripture, Religiose seelaar laTallaha

..... Thoaaa Daniels; la- ****.
INDEPENDENT OIL CO. cocatlo.h.v. J.... Nail; More than 420 peroa
.selection Choir 2; in- MARKET
KF1e1rht!I: Hair rfLIVTTTMECHANIC ere la tendance.Delegate SURER
redaction of mistress
ON: n t1TY fro. Live oaka

J\e JOA'h .................... proprietor of sere.a lee. Mrs, Coagregatloa were also
tale and Jtt'1. ,street rrL d..q4II Blanch Boott; alttre la attee4eau. APEM SIR OAr Af U6EMB/0 $IID AK mm UM.TO )RM.
of cerwaoalea. Mrs. > B.Aleieader The th4aeof the ..*.Ioe

; selection, .... "..... th* and of SPECIALS GOOD THRU SUNDAY AT EDGEWOOD AND AVENUE B
III Til ARC III Choir I: eeleoae. ire Oed With BoldaeeaCllati "
Marioa Glover; .eloeae,
.f the aeetUgthe
Tea Peek 'The I..t Doctor Jo*'rh Coppoch;response. ... addreee by 3. A. FRESH FLA. GRADE 'A'
when Tour rector Prescribes, Mrs. Susie Mass; selection. .
Tho.poa jr. who spoke DRESSED A DRAWN
Get rsperleaced PharMCtta. .Belle Waters t1IG lr; tree the n.... v.,
..Aceordlag to your rtoctorse letroductloa of speaker Divided world Is U PORKROAST
GMt,.. Pse air The BratTaallty Jobs. ,.,... Mere U atayr'

Co& LAC'I' Dmga Also ep.skerI.w. J, C. Mr, Thompson stated

'M r1 eto r ..; affertsry. Mr*. nbl* present ytea, HENSLB.

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Lilly's Drug
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Mrs. Carrie SisgleUa, NOliSN GMDDID. LB.
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Bishop Hatcher To Feature .. Garden Circle Celebrates Annual FeteCARNATION Smart Set Holds Gets Secretarial PostEK'INCE


. Matthew Dedication Service I Annual sssrt ElectionThe Set Social


Bishop Eugene C. Hatcher, presiding prelate of and Savings Club held
the Eleventh rpiacopal District of the African its election meeting for

Methodist Episcopal Church and chairman of the as D.w.ar recently

Board of Management at Edward Haters College, will Officers elected were: .t

be the speaker Sunday for dedication services of ew Eddie E. Muller president -

new furniture In St. Matthew tots: Church, 2072 ; Mrs. L. E. Frederick I

CoMonwealth Avenue. .............................. vice president;

ae,. Eugene nobler, Dr. E.C. Toston; wordsof Miss Hattie Vance, recording -
pastor announced that secretary; Mrs.
appreciation, pastor;
the service will Esther Demon, financial:
get serving, usher boards 1
underway at 3 p. .. with and 2 of St. Matthew. r secretary; Mrs Alberta

Dr. '.J. Jones, presiding Friends end the general / Muller treasurer; Mrs.
Elder of the North public are Invited. 0. Zeal Ray, sick con- M"- once
Jacksonville District dUll chairman; Mrs. IcH ClemofM, 0 I'M gradual
Alice Willlaa)*. reporter; el Florid AIM Univencry.
serving as master of St. Paul Board
Mrs Clara Johnson Talloha**. ha ratwnw
ceresonies. ed to b.rdn.ee.elere.serve
"' Meets SundayThe chaplain; Paul Muller o. locrotary to the director

business lunger. of food ..rvl Ic.f. [matt L
1': :f1.( Education Board of The officers were Installed Rawri. A product ol 0'I I

St. Paul Baptist, Church by Mr*. Anna High School in TaHakoMO

,' M. Cooper Brown president i Bryd. The club held ita Mr Qamaiuwaipreviavtly
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employed by lie Security
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annual party in the boa
First National. Bonk
and Hi
GARDEN CIRCLE festively celebrated its president; Mrs. Mozzeline Perry Mrs. Willis Cit *
program Sunday at 11 S.B. of Mr and Mrs Eddie Willord Contoinor Company,
annual Post-Holiday Party recently with a delightful fin Mrs. Louise Mallard Mrs. Mary Whltlock, Mrs. I
with Rev L. Lockett in
Muller, 1244 W. 12th St. both in Lot A....... CoM.
charge of the devotion. evening of varied and entertaining features Florin Ojiarternan. Guests present were: Mr. and The guests sad ..esber

The program is: selection highlighting the event Members and guests exchanged Urs. Rutledge Pearson Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Hut- played gases and dinner I

Henry Washington; attractive gifts, a bountiful luncheon was cheaon, Marlanna; Charles H. Anderson, New Haves was served buffet style. Kappas Conduct '

selection, Miss Patricia served and the long-to-be reaeabered event was Conn. ; Harry Ring Mrs wllllasis, Miss Shirley Gifts were also ex- Social SessionThe i

Bryant Miss Maxine 111llrais climaxed at a late hour. Members present were: Mrs. Battles Joe Pope, Raysond Arnette, Mrs. Onega changed.

; introduction of Lillian 0. Hutcbeaon, Mrs. Minnie Perry Mrs AT- Rowe Mrs. Gertrude Moore, Mr Holies, aDd Mrs. Quests and members pre- Jacksonville Alumni

BISHOP HA speaker Rev. C. s. Janes; nett Griffin Mrs. Jennie Keith Mrs Mable Steward Berths Jones, Charlie Jones, Mrs. Maude Callawsy, sent were: Chapter of Kappa Alpha

speaker Rev J.C. Pin- Charles Lott Mrs. Margaret Lott, Mrs. J, Mrs. Agnes Jackson Mrs. Alice Johnson, Mrs. Bessie Mrs. Bernice Vance. Pal Fraternity conductedits

me pro TM follows-: ney, minister at Del and Holies, Mrs. Suzy Keith Mrs Crlssle Bayard Allen, aDd Mrs. Zeke Louis. Booker T. Wright Mrs social setting recently -
Call to worship Dr. at 0 lib Eldorado.
Baptist Church Ethel V. Thomas. Nathaniel -
Z.L. Tyrus; hymn Dr T. EWC Committee Prior ta the aeetlng. a
La. Fiesta SC
Sunday School begins st Popular Couple Accorded Honors wllliatis, Mr*.
E. sbebee; prayer, Dr. business session was
9:30: B.B) with E. Jefferson Oils B. Rumble Mrs.
B.H. Franklin; selection, Has Colorful Completes Fund held and the proposed
superintendentin During Post Nuptial Reception Dennis Pariah, Mrs.Minnie .
Choirs 1 and 2 of St. banquet aDd cocktail
charge. The Westside King Mrs. Ver-
Matthew; scripture Dr. Banquet PlansThe party were discussed by
PartyThe
Holiday
Ushers Union Revival .Its Wright, Mrs. Edna
A.R. Andersondecslogue; the seabers.
Hour will convene at coultte for the Evans Mrs Sasuel
Dr. A. C. Chandler; hyan, La Fiesta Scolal George Stark appointed
:2:45: p.n. Development Fund Banquetat Muller Mrs Oorrls Wilson -
Dr. B.7. Will IMS; presentation and Savings Club held a GOBI It tee to Hake plans
The BTU) is scheduled st Edward Waters College Mrs. Ella D. Elton
host presid its post-holiday partyat for the event which is
5:45: p.i. and evening Eldorsdo perfected plans for the Mrs. Paulette Brlsbon.
Inc Elder; speaker Rev. the Cub scheduled in Februsry.
service at 7 O'clock banquet which is Willie Fay, 1.0. Dorle,.
E. Co Hatcher; invitation, with sjesbers exchanging The fraternity sects the
with the deacons in Ut.. This wss scheduled March 24 at 8 Mrs. Ross L. Byrd James I
lovely first and third Wednesdays -
charge. p.m.in Civic Audltorlus Daniels Mrs EBBS L.
Meeting PlannedBy the first such occasion in each !month.

Mt. Tabor District for the club. ., 1 I Eihlbltlon Hall. Ticketsfor Moore, and Marion Gt bt.. present were: Leon FBland.Hubert .
MissionariesThe Mrs. Ernestine Wright, 1 z t ''r'd the event will be Also Mrs Dessls Aleisnder Mitchell,

To Be HonoredThe president of the organization I t distributed today (Fri Mrs. CatherineColllna G. H, Starkea, Willie
regular Meeting of distributed the d.,. ) Mrs 61 B Whitehead Billiard.Julius Guinyard.

the Mary F. Handy MUslonary district leaders of gifts.Present. According to D.Sweet, Mrs Jennie Perry.Mrs. i.D. Sweet. Goerge Bru-

society of Mt. Mt Tabor Baptist Church to enjoy the chairs, and Chester J.... Allen Mrs. Lsw
Tluons,
Zion MAr Church: will beheld will be honored Sunday gracious affair wersMesdaaes Cowsrt co-chalrsan, Harriett Letla. Mra. taD Ehue Jones, Franklin

Sunday .t 4: 30 p. M. at 8 p... with a re* hula Wllllaas, funds fros the banquet zenobia Salth. Paul Rlcaardsoi.renew T. Carl M Ware

In the lecture roon. coition service. Ernestine Wright Rosle : will be used for the Stevens, Edgar Robinson, ren. Klllla B. Bonner.

Mrs. Florida Dwlgbt Speaker for the occasion Lee Jasper Marylene building of the gy.. at Mrs Mary Muller Mrs.Oieal Clif-
president, has uked all vlll be Paul L. Owens of Montgosery, Mrs. Martha -i1' .'' i .k -Jr': the college.The Ray. Mrs Alice John ford J.Paul Coleaan.and GaryHols

persona to cake reports Kt. Olive APE Church and Bllllngton Elisabeth taros also stated Williams. Miss Hattie .

for the Christas Cards. soloists are Jonas Lawrence Sloan and Joyce )UDCU. (!', ,,' '( ,l ., .';J...i. that since the proposed Vance.Mrs. Rosa Bsllaay, Alao.Hlllls** Howard Jr.,
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The progrm will beheld Central Baptist, Also included In the } :to gyanssiusj will benefit Mra. L.E Prederiek Mra.

at 7 P.". The pro and Charlie Sledge, DaySpring festivities were Miss 'iJ:3'J. !ftIr. the entire cossunlty, ora johnaon.Paul Muller, Hack H. Hill Freeman, George Jr. .H.George Hi

iru is: Mistress Miss Olivia of Baptist Churches: Gloria Henry, Mr. and and Mrs. Alfred Deal, whose marriage was an every person without Mrs. Clara Johnson Mrs limes. John B. Darby
cerescales, The program follows: and Mrs.
Mrs. Theodore Martin event of Dec. 28. 1904, .were honored with a re- regards to religious Willis Dow Julia E. ri)Ate. Solo***
with; selection, con Devotion Deacons Paul Mr. and lira.DaU Young.Mr affiliation, should Esther Dell Ion.
gregstlon Val oeptlon>> st Mt Ararat Baptist parsonage, 1428 L. Badger jr. Jame.Willis. .
Smith; ,prayer scripture, T. Behr. Willie Matthews; and Mrs. Willis Helena St. Sunday from; 4 to 6 p.a.Tbe ............... participate and support ... George B.
.selection Mrs. Dorothy Dudley, Mr. and Mrs.Jaen prof act.
Marian Prier; selection; Childs, organist; introduction Dlcksrson and Mr. bride, the toner over laid with B white The affair is an effortto Sharp Edge Nairn. Joseph Durden.

reading' Mrs Marls Mo* of mistress and Mrs. San Lsster. Mrs. Rutha Mae Bsttles, nylon he.cloth centered raise 1250,000 which T. keep your KM ruitrrr. in iql {r John L. Floyd Curtis I
Miss Beverly wore s ballerina length the Mums .4 Flan KlsbrottgA and Edward II.
solo .
Hover; 'api'
of csresonles, Mrs Others were Mrs. bleu with a three tiered wedding will be reported to the .
Saith .selections dress of chantllly lace, knivTt lu....l c."III all Ind .. a RObin na.The .
; Vera Wilson; occasion.Mrs. Allen. Essie Rosenberry, cake which was top Development Fund COB wood. bncnl Cullinc' nn the ariaor melt .. t tag will
with fitted bodice and *
OUphant Music Studio; Florine Benton; selection Ricardo Spencer Mack a ped with a bride and .. during the 9th a meal p.. wilt dull lh* f vII IIC El
at Cub -
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nylon oversklrt. The be Feb.
of the society, xlir
history congregation; table decorations
Willis Love The
Freeman grootj. Founders Day. celebrationat hue
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All .ben
skinner gown featured a sabrina .ee. .e*eec dorado. *
Mrs. yilhelilns ;
readings Miss Lena Por- Ja... Orate, Curtis were pink and white the school which' begins attend.
selection, audience; offering tsr, Miss Cbryll Me- Jasper and Willis Holies neckline. Her fingertip with crystal candelabra March 24 Plans are been asked to

Bride; ..010.MANUEL'S Jr. veil was caught with a Mashers of tbs Friendly being Bade to aecosso HOllEY'S IAUECUE
tiara of seed pearls and
The next atetlng will Hostess Club served as date ft.000 persons and a
TAP ROOM her jewelry was a single
bs held at the note of hostesses for the affair. donation of $10.00 per IIIIECIEICIICK.N
strand of pearls B gift
Mrs. doe is Lee Jasper, plate has been asked.
626 West Ashley All fro the groosj. She worea :
433 W. 18th Bt. [
white orchid sad her
csjbsrs are asked to Jai Carter Soldier Cited : I

Presents Mitel/Entertainment attend promptly.eees accessorss were white. IEEF ;
The bride's table was I

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Iniir lUll .Mittitf. e ,

Leg JOE AY IllS
Mrs. Vera Johnson conductor
I noun ,
The Torrid Sal ManTennessee LEI'SSIZE
of Lilly White

Y IEPAII Junior Lodge 125 is re- r CIILI.I.PIPIIE UIOIS I ,ti

quoting that all Junior y
On Hammond Organ : Sin lipilrlif Lodge conductors and Ns,1 d

PLUS sabers sect at Second 2ltl St. +
II lip Kill Mtitriil II.Hi. .
Baptist Church Saturday.Jan. .

30 at 2:90: p... 2- Win. Ti
FRANK LEGREE. Is Sir Moabers will attend the M

nn Drums' Oily, litinssMS funeral of Albert Irvingand 1471 Kim hi LIlA
Bust be la full ual a
Tuesday Si Wednesday JAM Session
FLIIIU AYE. fen Mrs. Johnson

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Service Coaaander. la a ceroaosy at wee ".14.
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Support For UNCF Affiliates Top Entertainers Add GlitterTo :D. C. Sponsors First Annual Meet Detroit Native


Inaugural Celebrations Gets High Post

DETROIT (NPI) J. C.
WASHINGTON (NPQ Negro entertainers played prominent Douglas was recently put In
roles In 1965 Inaugural activities. charge of machine operation
The Impressive list Included Harry Belafome. Leontye the city treasurer's office the
Price Louis(Satchmo)Armstrong Count Basle,Sarah Vaughan first Negro to occupy a suprevlsory -
nr, Lionel Hampton Todd Duncan and Theresa Coleman position In the depart

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Beltftonte was among s glittering Douglas, 37, will supervise
array of stars who performed mediately proceeded the swear the mailing and processing. ofux
-hefoe 10.000 Democratic lrg-Itt of President Johnson but pension and salary
party workers and distinguished check More than 600.000! tax
guests who Jammed Will will be handled by Mf de.
the National Guard Armory for Randolph Honored partment.
the"Presidential Gala." 'tt3Uib7 Ha will also supervise. the
vOirp Armstrong, of'"Hono Dolly" With Medal Winners processing of 1.290.000 paychecks
fame entertained 12,000guests .t Including these for the
at the NatiaoalGuard Armory WASHINGTON (NPI) Five board of education and some
where the largest of five Inaugural Negroes were among 29 Modal 200.000 pension check.
balls was held. of Freedom winners who 'r Jt" Douglu, who hat lived In Detroit
Count Basle, played at decked out In their medal : tine 1944 1* a graduated
another gala Inaugural ball at pinned to a bright blue sash, Northeastern high achooU
the Sheraton Park betel, turned held a major place: of honor during Upon graduation he took a Job
the event Into a gigantic Jam the Presidential Inauguration \ u e'-k for the water board
--D.d. Roblcson. National Selee Maaaier of J. se..Ioa. The night before.Basis celebrations here last white taking night class In account
Strlddsbd bad entertained at one of week. ..
ODSVSJUT Neawhls. Tennessee, prepares iI.t. Injj.
two balls given by the Toung The 23 were a pan of U Kv r r :1k a
In 198T, ewes transferred
> $2.250 check Madj.sjtd wllllDi to except the :
Democrats. winners! who had been Invited ,
check la behalf of tat United Metro college Fund Lionel Hampton a veteran personally by tt. President .. '. __ ftl the payroll department.Jazz
U Dr. Hollls P. Price president of LoHoyoe Col. entertainer, also played for one the week's festivities.

1..... Me.phls. An annual contributor to the college of the Toung Democrat balls. The five Negroes were Ml** .. ',,, FestivalIs
Miss entertained at a world's '
Marian
Vaughn Anderson:
fund rep resent iai 32 private and accredited Pre-tnaugural banquet given by greatest contralto who Is. windIng INTERNATIONAL MEET. Mere Mien eleven hundred" ,....,....,*. ..... 12 .. 19, were Cancelled
Southern Colleges, the J. Strickland Pirn saao Vlce-President-Ekct Hubert up hefeonertearesriDr. participant In lost weekend's Wetklngton, D. C, h....r uol. Field end Track Development
facturers and arteta Royal Croea Hair Dresslai Humphrey for his campaign Ralph J. Bunche,U. N. Undersecretary Meet ipontored by Sports 1".ti..1. Inc.,with the cooper etfon' ef the Dittrlct! el Celvtr NEW ORLEANS (NTQThere
Products. Ihlte Host Fetrolena Jelly Hoyt's workers. : for Special Political bie Public School. and the D. C. leeeati." ....dm.M. The Coca-Cola Company, Atlanta, will be no International.
Duncan, a famed baritone: and Affairs and,.flratU.S.Negro Go* end the WatKlngten (ID. C.) Coco-Cola lording Company Inc, were the epenier efIropKiei Jan festival New Crtaarw a.
Coloiae and other Internatlonallydlstrlbuted Miss Coleman s promising to win the Nobel Peace Prlaei end ether award which" were received by he 211 winner In. the event. Abeve Ranted by a local board -of
products. (Photo By Hooks Bros. ) newcomer to the classical Dr. Lena Edwards,60-year-old Sports Internotionol prealdenl Dens Dich'.,. Zed .rem led, end Mia Beatrice Snyden white, following! AfUcx-
field, performed excerpts from obstetrician and gynecologist, right, D. C. Recreation Department, dupley trephie. model end ether ewerd. h."l.. ball cancellation,the promoters,,
Frisco Forms Ohio Negroes "Pony and Bess" at the Inauguration formerly of Jersey City NJ.. keen preiented U beKeH. el veils' el Coce-Cele by Verse c....,. I.... Wbtnlngten end deckled to cancel all plans for
concert In Constitution and presently of the Texas Parr Meet H. hit"' '. Mmen el All."... Oe, end We Kngton.! The Cete Cele peeple melntalned their proposed, April meet.
Special Rights Han. handle Miss Leontym Price litlle theater,* refreshment center, where the track pertklpenta viewed' 'The Sprinter They had pl.nne4lo..uOj..thlr.
Gel JudgeshipsTask B) the 'PrlltODCeremony concert-opera singer and Asa ,* track reining( film produced by The Ce e>Cele Company end featuring Ceach Edward Louis Armstrong Duke tiling
ForceSAN spotlight was MUtisslppibornopers Philip Randolph, president, Temple, (amove track mentor at Tenne ee All$tae Unlvertity, Nathvtlle. ,. .._. tun. Count Dash Llonelllamp
CLEVELAND, Ohio ?7.
( star Lcontyne Price Brotherhood of Steeping Car _.lrot."The Sprinter,* Temple, who che4th.If 44 U. S, Women's Olympia' Oeld Medal ton and other "Negro" J.ul..ta
While
FRANCISCO(NPQ A s capacity audience ef whops beautiful rendition of Porter, and a vice-president winner Apprcalmetely. '100 stIei.e' Irene area college., end vnivertltie' participated In and Steee s giant spectacular
special civil rights'task force', friends and wsU-wlaiari Parker looked "America: The Beautiful" Im- of the AFL-CK union. okibitien l .'"' ... .. her In the Crescent Clry.-
on. Judge Augustus
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discord la troubled took the oath of office making
neighborhoods Post
and promoting better chief Justice of the city's 13- h Heads Sales St. Louis Couple Gives Observations Denies Plan
bousing education and employment member municipal court. At ART STUDIO
opportunities! for minority The appointment WM made by Africa To ROY
Marry
In Tropical
Concerning Stay
groups, hu been set *p by thecity's Gov. J emus A. Rhodes and 515 DAVIS STREET
Human makes Parker the firt Negro to
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mission.Personnel. Rights serve to that capacity anywhere DAYTONA BEACH A St. Louis couple Just returned from Edna RobinsonNEW
to staff the special to Ohio. a sU month stay to tropical Africa will be telling their observations ELgin 4-1094
body will N drawn from the The ceremonies were eon- and experiences to student and faculty groups at _
YORK NTQ Dr.
Advisory Council velmR.rtraapc ducted by W. a Wafcer. Bethune-Cookrnan College during the twit three weeks.useasssssss. Lawrence Christmas( Jr. said NATIIALIEAL l l.x
Individuals director: 01 dec Department n Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth I. 1
or espreubtg he has no "pretent plans" to
of Industrial Relations, who Brown arrived recently on the
Ifa Ar.aMtnlae.rldAutiwlthRev. "
s wmingne to help out marry Mrs. Edna Mae Robinson
sod will Include clergymen, Is also the first Negro to that I campus of Hhur-Coed.ma. .Rogers Fair,college chaplains former wife of .1t.botl 1na: NAIL LAIRS
social workers youth leaders petition.Jedge College under sponsorship of and talk on campus thisafternoon. champion Sugar Ray Robinson.
Charks. White administered the United toIotr.Colle,. Fund
Influential members of theNegro.
and The 94-yetr-oU dentist son All-Celin, All-Tipu
Spanish-speaking and the oath of office and will stay In the guest residence The Immediate. schedule dt4Jn. of a prominent: Philadelphia! I
Chinese-American commuoi- end Richard U Gum and of the collage In Rama"We're Brown Is to talk to an family, admits that he has bran
tie*. Charles P. Lucas placed on the here to get familiar an clue on "African Art." dating Edna Mae and considersher Sn Ous First
Osgood said that such 'task Judicial robes. whh the college and to serve She also will snow her col a "wonderful Jltra 11I1o" f
force"would enable the commission In another moveCo*.Rhodes ta. la any way we ean.M Dr. triton of photojrir slices Dr. Christmas, who has offices I
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to "get specific facts appointed two more Negroes to Brown said lie formerly was on the subject.'Genius) In midtown Manhattan. Is Nitiry
municipal courts la the state. HOT A. GtlFFlN formerly affiliated with the Daaforth ; of Africa" will be
dI.lwe
seen
In neighborhood so considered one of the city'smost
caa deal effectively la the direction They are William K. Lovelaceof associated elth !South Foundation! l, a group which concerns Dr. Brown's topic when he addrestes ellflbk bachelors but Open Dally
of eliminating or at cut Cincinnati and Clarence 0. side Pord.Brooka' Motors. Itself with! all matters the entire student bodyat states he has "nomarltal plans '
reducing: existing tensions." Smith of Toledo North (Florida Motors. Lathe dealing with higher education: C'hl"'l.1fe.' at pretent." EXCEPT TBESOATS
the of
Including preparation
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You Don't Have To to To Tovn to Get teachers: at the college level
sales sjaaater of South- The couple's recent tart of
side KM bier. .,. Orlffla. 16 African( countries was .
LOW PRICES
elth tent years private" on*. Dr. Brave re*
ported "II was .rho seconds!*
etperleace la the atito-
On Tour month stay In Africa we've had
settee fleld-elevea In .the past three years,"he add

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OUTSTANDING HLlCTmj-"The! Slave .. Florida Geneva E. Kno' les--Miss PAMU--has selected busl son 84S "W 10th Terrace, 111, Ft Lauderdale The of their ouUtMidlng perfornance during partlrlpa I
A&M: University are a portion of the 21-total In
hess education and lathe daughter of Rev and Mrs.
honorees were natloBnlly cited not oily for their tlon in a wide range of curt'un! activities
I number who were selected to appear In the 1964-65 O.K. Knowles of 179 81 Third Court Deerfleld high academic attalnaents, but also in recognition
edition of Who' a who In American Colleges and Unl- Beach. Bottom row from left: Cathie E. Cheves, an -- --
versltles. Top row from left are: Ernest Hart English major Is the daughter of Robert Cheves, Witness Admits President Receives Michigan Gets Common Law Wife
physical education major, the son of Eddie Hart Apopks; majoring In prp-nvdlcine. Council Miller
3971 Washington Avenue Miami; Barbara L. Gilbert Is the son of Council Miller Sr 2409 Third St. Trio) Perjury Democracy Award first Negro PageDETaDITCNPIDa'ld Is Charged With

a Instrumental music major la the daughter of Mr. winter Haven; selecting political science Jerone '' ( Shooting Hate
QIICAGO"INPI)"The attorney WA3UNGTON--NPI--'nif(
and Mrs Otis Gilbert; Samuel A. Aaron, who najora L. Davis is the son of Mr>. Ruby Davis, 59 Castle A. Lee 14. of Hl.blmd
for Abraham Bold 1965 AatTirsn 1f'coutt A 49-year-old eowwon-
In aatheattlca, IB the son of Mr. and Mrs J. E. Brewer Ct. Sanford; Mrs GerelrtlnH 8. Ware, a en, 29, Negro secret Legacy Award! will be Park has be cow* the law wife, who ads it ted
Aaron, 37 Grand Avenue Scoring; Mrs. Sylvia C. nursing student, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs service agent once attached present to president fist Rein p.te in the to police she shot Mil
1 Scurry elraentary educitlon, la the daughter of Alcnro: Elnpklns! 3315 Armstrong Ct Fort Myers; tc tie thits Lytik: B. John BOB by the biMoij of the Michigan critically wound her
Nathaniel Clark 1142 La Salle St. Tampa BtlmonB. biology Clarence Is the of is the
y ; aajor Thosas son Otis House staff, waved last AntiDefaatlon Leagueof State Senate He husband last Saturiqisbeing
Meeke Bajora In male and\ la the Ion ot Mrs Thuaas, 15525 Nt 28tt Avenue, Mini; Samuel LlcyJ, week to reopen the case B' inal Brl th, at a son of Mr. and Mrs. beldinDtde County
Marguerite Jones, 7 Brooks St. New Smyrna Beach; athemHtlr siajor is the son of Mrs. Marie* fcbln after a witness, whose dinner on Feb. 3. oi>eMig truce Lee.State Jail under charges of

teatl.unel led tw tie the S2nU! annvsl mtltk Sen*. Basil t. aggravated assault with
agent's ci.,vlctlon in a of the League's national Brown and Co ten an Young letitit to outfit nurder.
Tune WAME Home Of'The World'sChampionDisc f 200.000, counterfeiting conalssion. Site of tbe sponsored David after police rrporti-d.
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case, admitted in federal presentation will be tint screening 12 rec.tl Confined ID KeaOall
court that he had Shoreba Hotel. arriving Hoapltal !. crltlrslconiilliP
perjured hliorlf during The president is being at a decision.DavU : nub JJ call-
Jockey the trial. honored "for his skillful ts a ninth grade brr wUcutlc' wossds is
Balden was the first and dented leadership stvUcct Highland park the groin sUtosieo. chest
Negro Secret Service wbirb led to the Hull School, and was reoos and leg is Johnny Eiell
agent and tie first to passsge of tbe 1964 M)4ed) by the school Mill. &. of Ap.rh...>t
be Msitatd to duty at Civil Rights Act. sad fscvli. tie Csucu Club 7. r t. twderly Labor
the White House on the his firs corwltsent to and s.%*isl individualsThe Casp iroae Avenue and
staff guarding the late a society In which tee ajicointneat is oat 8f 268th It hforl e
\ president John P, ten inherent worth and dignity of ..."t 4 hl/,', arrged coat IBM d.

nedy. He was convictedand of am is ac(. hd. J T xn. Brown and iMtl'

senttacftf last SUM- respected and utilized
.er to all years in prison in elrvstlut and enriching
r 4I for selling govern our national life"

.ent information to a ". will be tbe fourth
gang of nine persons in. President to win lie IT-
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Nicky Ice felt c.... He allegedly his predecessors being t 1111nt(
tried U sell tbe secret nt1
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I Browns' Jim Brown Wins Hickok's Athlete Of Year Award Edging A. J. Fovt I

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Become 2nd Honors Set Trapping Season Rims To Invade Tigers Lair TirasdowB Bid

Grid Star To For B-CC End Continues Thru MUes' Cager


WIN, Award BAtTCNA BEACH"In a recent March First Leads Nation's


I coKsunique from the LAKE CITY--rlorlda'5 Small Colleges
1001 wrong club sponsored
by the hurts department trapping season on protected Jifil!
furbearingani.als
a I of the AtltnU Dally BlRMlMOHAM-'Thslee
orld, Betbune-Cookmtn opened Dec. 1. M (Big Gun) McReynold the
1 and continues
1 College was intoned through deft ball handler, and
that its outstandingtnd. March 1. and accordingto high scoring ace of the

Brantley Goodson Miles College Golden
jerry Slaaons baa
been eased to tbe Atlanta regional under for the learn la first In the
Q... and Fresh Water r
Daily World All- ; nation among high scorers
Ooaimlasion, thousands of
r SIAC tea for the put in snail. college bssket-
dollars worth of pelts
season. sill be harvested by ball. "1OtLD' Fastest .Mil*

Wildcat' faaa till trappers during thin To data McReyaolds has .an. Bob "11'.. baa

long reaember the spectacular period. played eleven gases turned down an Invitation

football eiPloits Goodson said beaver scoring a total of 437 to a track Beet laAusttaltk.

of this senior points For an averageof AM Athletic
.ink and otter are the
trot Bartoe for bin 3g.T per ..... Director A. 8. (Jake)
Boat valuable of Flori
ROCMGSTO.N. t. Reco
r.ettint aureflngered catching Not only la this record
paaa Oaither announced hueshas
fullback JII'Bro. da's fur-bearera, and aaailng, but It becoaeaeitraordlnarily
... of tbe Clereland I and dazzling broken- Bay be taken only during FACE POWXHOCSl-.Saauel Fleming (left) of Pittsburgh. Pa., and Melvin Coleaan.heeling. phenoa been ont of hi aclasses

Browne. was named winnerof field running. tbe open aeaaon. Raccoon. I. Va. highly regarded freahaan and eophoaore, prospect on the coal chen considersthe too often and
the S. Rae Siestas baa been one of bobcat. opoaauB, for hlgtt-rldlig Edward titers College Tigers will atteapt to keep their hoaeslate Oat the Australia sect would
Hickok fact that Miles does
Professional the top perforates in and skunk Bay be taken bereft of defeat when they face the formidable Albany State RIll,' quintet here keep the sprint chaaolon
Athlete of not have gymnaalua for
a
tbe Tear Award the southern laterOolleglate all year Everglades Friday at < P... ia Jaatea Weldon Johnson school p)s. The Raaa" have split this out of classes for at
Sunday in its playera to practiceor
one of the closest Athletic conference rink and Florida weasel seas with Florida Aral lost to Arkaaaaa MM and linston-salesi Teachera. but least a eeek, Qaltheraald. .
Olla play In.McReynolds
,in the for the past Bay not be taken at any la turn have rua oa alaugbt over Kentucky State, The Barton-coached: Titers .
15-year history \ holds the
of tile three seasons and baa tlae. even-atepkened powerful Betbune-Cookaan and drubbed Vorheea and & C. Trade.Grambling's Ail
poll.
lead the lildcats la new scoring record la JinksMorgan'Tankers
license la
Brown won tbe $10.000 A trapping the 1084 Georgia Jnvltatlieial -
dluond studded! gold pass receiving, punt and required to take any Tournament for

buckelded belt trophy bya fur-beariug aalaal for Sports Saga individual acorlng Fur ORCE1SBOM. CThe

awre eeven polnta over coBBerical purposes. two tine tournament with AAT ())1l... Aggies last

auto racer. A. J. Hoyt. a total of 75 points\ eeek sank the highly

who won the Indannapolla D. Anderson Lauded WriterEditor's soured in two ...... rated Morgan State Cul
By
Sports
lege tank teas
500 and other daring The old record was 70 6333.
la a dual awle Beet here
events Wins TitleDuval
during the 1984 points scored In threegaaea
Now Thia I* lha lint of two stories on the itinllng spores tureen ofCrsmbllnK at the. Charles Moore
sports year CaUeee, written" Fred Fore foe its Boston Dally Traveler. Doston. Ague Fove sell "Grin*- by Clea Hill of Oymasiua a .
The 23-yeer-old NfL County sponsored line U airviqi out 10 many aisor bsgue spores sura that, ftiwre reunlona will look like s ban wlnstoa Bale In the
rushing champion la the single elealnatioa basketball of fame |.thwrln. ." Tbe dramatic reasona behind ttia .choorire tneis rill be prffented. In 1900 a 1.7.McReynolds. The Aggies took tight.
second football Playerto case to a close Fore's second Institution.DC8TCN Individual places to the It-event

win the award. Legendary over the past weekend 104.... Tbe bljfett linle col",. la the world. Tlist. at trast In sports I. Cramb- game scoring record: far Beet, and In the process

Otto Grahaa, out at Douglas Anderson Una*.. .muBS CoUrje. nunD of VII Louisiana new.. yr,.awes an all-Nefro. institution In the hamlet of Grambllnf pop, S.OOO) about 1084-85 to date: broke another wools pool

quarterback of the Browns Junior Senior High School rambling officially Is rateda featured the 8-9Charlie Hard Jones hu been Crantbllno't North C AT ... ..M _record.

coilt Ben, who last w Ira for baseball coach for S1 but .. ..... .. .
woo it la 19S5. 1th the boat school small Tat ttie simplicity played r : years, Flak U. 37: This
Witch Clown
Brown received :s flrat taking the bono,.. of enthusiasm .U mak- tf. Danuncre Dulbu. the" record U given from 1948. .. .nd. ...... .. ..42
Douglas trig ttie CrambUni ipora imagesomethtrr With so many food athlete He has alsobrenCrantbllnR .. .._
place polata froa the Andersonnlpted \ aka M s combine die rambling> rams hate don president store 1938 when the Tallrteia ItAlabama 11- 37 -11
138 sports writers and AL Lewis Ie. IS la the tton of Notre Dam the New plenty efwlraiijwomtbeyetr*, school ws *U but crumbling asa AftM .....eo.n:
sportscasters for a kick-off returns, aa finals to take the Tort Yankees and tan Bator .here are some figure Junior college. !Ml.a. Valley ....... .TKtlllaan 21- 41 -1

total of 161 polnta ell aa being aa eicel- Championship.Finishing. Celtics.b Football iwenty-on aeasonamnder II was Jones who made the .. ... .....45

rot received 38 lent defensive back in third recent years Cramb Coach Eddie Robinson, college. strong. ai structure aidgnat Albany state ..... ..41 1-l
first Wig baa contributed. mere football lit was. M hew.. 10 ties. In sports. It was Jones
During the ..... .
past season, ...
place points, for place its I.L. Brows and Rust College 54
a 1S4 layers 10 all-pre allstsrasvaie D sgkeibsll *ea Robinson the lalemed football I
total. Slmaona caught 37 pauses having also lost a ball than any other coUrra.: eons wkter Coach Fred. HuWy, coach', plus the wonderful Miss )ad. ......ft:2 .'. I

Dean Chance of the Los far 887 yards and scored .... tofruglea Anderson Irs ecnmt that Grsmbliz..lorna 223 wits. 38 101.... enthusiasm of Grambllnf. *itu- Lemuyne ... .. 33MclUjnold I I1221IQ

Angeles Angela was third nine touchdowns He Jl-ll A.L Levin d.> alas, or maybe otherwise Baseball twenty-one season* dents. standee 3"
baa wrier Coach Ralph Wilde That part of tt. Grumbling
with 97 points; Johnny averaged 24 I yards per teat yd Losg Branch 40-U produced more prelea and .tI&I 185
tonal..* of ell ports Chan any Emerton Jones, 311 win, 71 story will Ndlscuised Input
tutu of tilt Baltimore carry on klcaoff returns to appear la the sealfinals. eOwr mnltwrtlty ta the arson looses Iwo 341-I2-2T

Colt. ... fourth with and II 8 yards on punt c.......11_. '_.It a_

BO and Bob Cibeon of tbe & a.Blaaofts. Earlier coapetltlon ducts setae. M pros ad.N atioMl Wildcats lead In Conference Standings N.a.tlpea" tie"| a up

world champion' st. Lout becsae the found Long Branch beating Amerken and Canadian ometlmea, He' l) II.,... M of them" etlll active.to .
first player under
Cardlnala I.dltb I.E. Payne 40-JJ aad L eeriesp.rr Cramfcllnebaa adds, subtracts.Me .
golfer Ken Vraturi with Coach Jack (Cy ) MeClairea L. Brown beattag 0.1. bad Area la the NatIonal work It al) around

61 pouts for fifth to alga a pro- Carver :e- u.I. Basketball. Association twe lamajor (nu.o 4mV'TJrw$

place. feaaioaal football con perry melted 23 ban* baseball end poe 2122i1.eu..e..e.eee.uue

This year' a voting was tract after he aigaedith points for the losing able If tdr wI"" IneheUM. sir. .
sll-AmerteM. ewe weld reeerd
the east wide open ever the PlttabargSteetera Long Branch tea and kinteeaaate. reahen and ewe Olymt

'1th 17 athletes re" aa a free agent I. lilll aas pair one ae M niedal.. ands.Wt. Mon'i Days

celving at hut one aid will report for scored the seal high of .

first place vote training it July eight pouts,, R. Tomes No fewer Oran live marten Are Numbered
ef Crs0w>tin|>. 1M4 htottll
of iglaa. Andereoa
eaanaaed ran were ilfned. to era tap 'sta.'s Data are Numbered
Outstanding Player tracts feuded by AIDeuCll\wile .Health and*for*
of the Day, s for
Jot DO.OM contreri one
then
tune CM He Tours
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3 Aggies Mike OTtaMhw kalftaca J. O.Oer. To* Kale Tour Lucky
res ef its Deem Patriots .lefrem pave Lure Oilera Ft*.

NAIA Pro Tee CrenAlinf. .. ere three Mod. $1.00 tar your
ttier Amerlcaa r.ntkeALuIc. MIl IQICOO' Guide" for
cnjo>a,Jr). N. C .-Three tars wan played ta lewr* rl3uART
foraer stare ayg .U-..ur game ta He *.
alts the blssk
fill la the below|
art They ere (rate L4d el
IfI.ithd1Jacksonville MT Cull... Angles have lea Dlree Buds Ouehaaea efKsnaaa and Mil Id roniAC, Poet
bees aaaed to tbe IMSftatloaal Clry and Willis Brewa .. .i Office Ail 7I.Jaraauft
Aaeoelatloa aflatercolleglste fII Dever o .TT-llU.OLB--Coecb Jack (Cy) MrCIairea (right) sad bla .bum-Co oka em Hid ville |, Florida'

Athletics From Grumbling eke came cat* holdlag 10.1l AC record this eeek, are preparing for their Feb. 3 emcoeater r rNTnrf">)................... .,
(RATA) All-Pro 10 she played ta din "'I.'. sigh arch rival Florida AM Rattlers Tie oldest Initial. aeeaudefeat *' *
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Bowl .
Football) tea. pro fee gins Try* see adlatered by Kdeard Cetera Tiger, I3 but they ateagtd the ..................
and
afCakefe WIQle DartsefCreeattar.
Ki1'JctI elu br lacladed la the list lass Nil oa their has onert The classy 'cat starting five ire, from loft:

.. lags were: Dick lestorelaad. Pro eaetatfcatri reoww.W* strata ......rlOll. Jsalor-for ward froa Atlantic City, ".1. Reginald pubard.ealerceater n.-'TI' 01' w.t'........... .
Cbarlette. N. tfwrear M far U New. Tern tree Del., Beach, Karl Fuller. Miahoaore-iealer. from BtAagvatlae .>. r>*,
_MMtDuf; In:*.. ;.... *..PtHt IPI: IVtlaxfcHt : C right toner back WUm fired, 4fremCreffC.... ; Jerome "..hr. aophuenre-gaard. true Orlemia, and sale BcClalrea.
10 lalL >.e narred ta ike KU .
ltd the Saa OlegeCbargera aa-star gins and wsa ew ef twereaales
; TM Day. .aahIsitea. dMe* Ins! Mini i V. lnMIAMIpro < KINGS AK

DC.. defeaelveend IT.Mdw.MMheinc. WUlIan ..... Jr.. l1 II Daytau tttb, Ij
sill the Bsffale done by the fatrleta,, rec..)y I* the fin Hejre M a....r.* a mentor "...; University
Ifrjed tf.lr flrti Cre.a4. 2703 Kings AvenueS
lisle, aid J D. Baits af MUnil Mar**** Bend.Lane .
ftreeavllle. &C. half- areriwrt. Candy M.taa+. .srtfVaMM .M beaee ...... end grader af CairftwII i..iJrHljwj
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(Phillip. Hghy)
.. tower end gel clsrlmttet ef M" ban ** t mentor ef tfKetleaal .
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WE 'II FLORIDA STAR PAPERS SATURDAY JANUARY 31, ISIS

SHOP end SAVE It Your Court Metes Stiff 3 Appointed To Stage Fright

Detroit BOlrdDtTIOIT..CNPITb. By MARCOS H. BOCLtAREquESTIOi
: Why it it that I get terribly fright-
Terms To Robbers nod when I get up to cake a speech? .. T.P.
WAREHOUSEA.P 4NSWTO: : All speakers have SONS stsge fright at
the beginningof their speeches.Thi s tear or tente
two
) In separate) trials before Cri.inti Judge Haaa
j ness be reduced if 'bare rood concentration
cay you
0. Tanz1.r. Jr. this week, two sets of defeodantsteeelvud'.tlff '
public speaking concentration
require upon
state prison ten. for limed rob.
beries. ...*...................................... what la to be said very much like a baseball
STORE player concentrator upon hitting the ball pitched
Sentenced to is in prison each for the dent saw the pair carry uacle and nerve in tight coordination. Thue. thel|
Oct. 20 and robbery of the good from the shop effective speaker Nut feel his body acre into
a 7-B1eren Store at and laaediately con. high gear.Alan .
'- 3000 W. 45th Street Ricker Road and 103rdSt. tacted the police, gave H. Monroe writer of public speaking teit-
? were Charles !Banks, their descriptions.The book, says that preparation helps to reduce this
29. of 732 Davis St., burglars were seen tension and build up self confldenceon the part
and Urnest Brown, 31 on Hendrlcks Avenue by c of the apeaker and therfore this tension should
Just Off Highway U.S. 1 In of 431 W. Bearer St. Officer J. s. Gladden be regarded as an advantage, when properly ...d.
Asst. State Atty. Donald ho was joined by officer United Coneunlty services The only danger lies in becoming ao tense that
0. Nichols said r.-. .. of Metropolitan you will not express yourself adequately.The .
FLORADALE Banks, who had no previous "I I! Detroit has added three beat way to gain confidence ie to accept
conviction record, Negroid to its board of every opportunity to wept ia public.!
,,,.- Prices. in entered the store at approximately C directors The tics provide READERS' : For *j tree,eaphiet:orf'public apeaking.
this ad are 7150: p..., health and welfare send two stamps and a 1ona.uJ] f-adireeaed business
good throe and asked store manager service it three envelope to Dr. M.H. Boulware. Bop 310-4. Florida
ugh SundayJrnuvJ for a package of cigarettes counties AIM University. Tll ahacs.e. Pla., JJJ07.
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31. prior to pullinga -
FURNISHED ROOM
The new appointees are
gun end robbing hi. of prefer alee eoiple or/
sullen T. Patrick Jr. i
$68. Banks and Brown then forcer Detroit council- single aa, ft 6-4661 or SINTER CONSOLE
tIed' the scene in a car. II 4-7810 SEWING MACHfNESACKi (
Ban: Alfred Pelhaa., I ,
Manager Augustus E.
anler in pursuit of the uslstant vice president FURNISHED APT.. net. ZIs.Rag. gal
for finance at layne I lifl er .awe M per net*
-- State university. and Per orklsg ilDileata or i pre*.t*" mod C IIdl Uoa.
h UOTEST BROWN Mrs lolwiil Chaabers. retired couple. 112, 90kly i sill nrer.Ro obliitlca *-
Jay Miller in the chase, ft I-9I4J tftrr g .
vice president in chargeof I *. Call 151 l.4.. eA
resulting in the wrecking personnel for FederalDepartaeot aU day gtt rtfy.Bisirtta tiM. '
EXTRA SPECIAL! DIXIE CRYSTALSUGAR of the car at Mimi Road Storr i
and Acoata Bridge where The 44-e.ber board decides ... Fir Mid
they were apprehended by on allocations to Deslresble. Nice yosai Prayer, Til MifltiislPmr
hr the officers. the 128 ...ber organizations Couple or Slsgle Peraoa.rrlfllei .
which lake up the **. Call IJS-M5J. li the Wirl.n .

United CoHunlty Ser- getteea I a... a I P....

,iteu. .* .J tint "..*mid A 4..".. .
liner Intel and fled oil hoc ilreel.
DETTER( CAR DEALS tttr Barber, Artistic of lira,.,. tan .ecn.p.ii| .
,LMIT1 1 ID.BAK. Rtht rot the best deal oa any Barber Bhop.<'U 11 .. *hly, i under fur gnu. t.ell..:
IITI..mo. 5 29C ur awe or id cell To. ,1toD.-n. 4-IJJI, _
cii/ms BANKSbanditsstopped Jaekoat3SI-)7gter-7ll' SISTER FANNIE HIAH
OR MIRE UU. credit spplleatloa Age '14 n. NlrkliM. CMr c..
a passIng Ill
ORDER _ _ motorist, lost sightof iHROuiHt takes our thoa tar.
trengkt to your toot for
the bandits' car and iapctlon Cr.dlt an
EXTRA SPECIALI! BLUE PLATEMAYONNAISE contacted the sheriff's or"1>1.... -- MAIDS

office. NEW fill MAIDS FOR

broke Meanwhile down and Brown's the two car STARTS SUN CO.HIT B. DAROdf To'.n .*. -Job .,lu.1 NEW YORK
Tickets at-ain 4
.en hid it behind 7013 RITZ
Wllaon Blvd.Lanler and BOTH FIRST RON "PLEASE NOT NOW"SEE SIlt Poll Art, lestbury.N Jnb (..r..t.. . .T.
the pursuing car s driver pats in in $e J
assisted county patrol. FOOTBALL STAR JIM BROWN OF ...kip. l.lvo in fl.e.lTV
eel in finding the abandoned III UNTIRfiAM ho_.rUI ,... ".... "'UI ,
QUART' car. Banks and CLEVELAND IN HIS FIRST HOVE! KAtY FM KtttttCY riU far ,...r...-
L 39C Brown had then given two "pllcatlon. IkM tlrkrt nreit
JKho.1I1e"" "...t.N..1't tr
13 to drive Into ,,.. .
IAR son the to frit gift say .rrlnl. *
1 >. or.t. torn. 44..4 -- wed .se
..
*t*. liter fre. fit 50
The four men were apprehended aw.h.r lIt ",,,..C'.. 411.'
1 In the downtown per .*.11. Baldest| sir.24M I Wll$ lOSI''. IU II. lot.ur.et .
EXTRA SPECIALI DETERGENT .cetsost PL '1737.
I I .
area by police and the Pr..pnttNt
two men whose car had
been hired by the bandits IMPERIAL J1IIRIESPATFNT
having been found
FAB to hare no connection in UniCINFS CDSKFT1C3:: I
the case, were released. ALL LFAIIfta) JMin PRT". ATiai?
Banks, acting in a .. CIIt..a",. hut" Lau Cor. Broad and Ashley FL 1--2IS

single role, robbed a .
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LM1 1Tll 1 .. Kinnlt Market on the
Glint 590JEWEL previous night of 112)
$l.DO and took 135 fro another *

Or Miri PKfi. store, Nichols
rnOJwm
OrltrEXTRA stated mOJ UllOJrIJrnW
HOMED! DKER8 SHOP

SPECIALI SHORTENING sentences Judge Tanaler of 10 Imposed and T 90 DAYS SAME AS CASH OR 6 MOS. TO PAY

years, respectively on
Lorenzo Douglas Reed 4%
and Rudolph Valentino

'. Henry, 37. 4637 SpelliM
ftd. for the Nov. theft
of IOU $1,293.44 I..oxen's .
apparel.

IB State Stats Atty.prosecutor Alfred Asat.hi-

:3'c 55 CEx lor said the I" gained M

i. ': entry to the San Marco
Blvd dress shop by 4 BIG DAYS ONLY! WATCH TOCIOlDnmiCHKnnr
breaking a front of the & wurrto rut n 20 Btm
store plate-glass: win Sow _
A. SPECIALI GOLD MEDAL
.. Classes Of 55 HEAVY

To Meet Sunday ceeF MIDWEST BEEFItAMPUl SIDES

f'
FLOUJC ne 913-.tdter. and ,,
Jsse classes of Nee '
Btaatoa Nigh 8r. School, 100 Lean Pork Chefs u.

.ill Beet ia a generals OR .. II 11H
.e loa Buaday Jan. 31
II at 6 P.B. it the Clae- 30 tins FRYERS La.
LI, 490Bit root of Crows Bowliig ...' ,
5 .. :t.---
rued psa..v t..v a 1 I.
Lanes. ,.......
PKf. Han will be formulated .. ,-...... ........ J ,.
.BtUK 1 1O 11'1"
ntt.A &u..d Mee.
for a clasa flU I os. USDA HEAVY MIDWEST 100 "s
i tier..n
Choice BEEF SIDES
CllOItl Union Convenes HEAVY MIIWEST BOF

Margarine J Pitt Bit iotSMfkMl 1 Sunday $la I Kddtebry 45 C LI. 1d11.eMSaMct ,

The fifth toady Deice
ia coavealag latke June Q
I._. arise HAN Fit sc
Churcfe If deliverance tiddleburg CUTTING U. 42HHlQUUTEn

Large Eggs CTl i Bez.WK OFi 39 Riga elll(Priday. .liesiesary e obtervedtostiht ) wltare. \\ FrttnrWrtfiic ACE06 v.lw nays .. 7

R. fclti ia csarie GltlFIIIZII
OCAMPUt 14"H. r-r .-
Service ju dq cocoeaceelta ON ALL ORDERS ISO u.. LL M*. | MPrtW ...
$S.w! A NESSEB[ i WIN FLA. the taaday school AU UICVS Tt cvnwc.fCIfT1 L8S1 VIItCT

27C at 10 a. .. cider A. FM AN AttWMTMBIT w fo "" w AINIH.T
.
sad
Whole Fryers pore aa Deaeea fttyrtf
... LB. prveldlig. ftisaep
I.I. Me W will deliver V
tie pens at II .... flDWB i S\tUfU -

s_ SMMEBSausage lid at 3 p.m. dlaaer
ells ie served. The 3
p. .. servlee till .. 721.3255 73H ATLANTIC ILYD. (rasaaitf")
3 u. 1.00 ....ecte4. ly Rev, f Itlleca. .

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