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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: January 19, 1963
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
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Something To Be Done About This.....Maybe Mrs. Mamie Crowd JAX RAPE SUSPEC

Taken By Death 0.Ko HCO -

F Death of a heart attack Pito
1 claimed the life
1
; ,' ; : of one of Jacksonville

l f I longtime citizens. Mrs. TAKEN INTO CUSTOD,

y Mamie Crowd who lived

K I at 1222 Florida Avenue. ................

s Mrs. Crowd who oper- Clerk's Armed Other Gang Mimbirs rAfter .
ated the city's oldest Rape, Robbery


; I heart barber attack shop suffered Wednesday a Under Investigation By Police Homicide Invest!'

c 4. night shortly after Mose Gibson, alias Jimmy Roberts, is Less than 48 hours after

closing her shop and oeing held in city jail for the alleged Leonard Lee Sutton, 42, of 9j
I was taken to Brewster St. Lane was found lying des
v rape, assault and armed robbery of a West-
i Hospital where she expired the int
I tured skull, near
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side Cavalier Cleaners'clerk on Jan. 12,
t about 9 p.m. She, police reported. Orange and Broad Sts. earl -,
had suffered with heart local
I morning, homicide detectives and
,'e 6 a7z *, According to-"ih e victim
ailment for several police broke the case with the arrest ofa
.. Gibson entered the
.
years. 17-year old youth who admitted pushing
.
k A native of Jacksonville place 0 f business be- Sutton to the ground.

Mrs. Crowd tween. 2:30 and. 215: P mcarrying
oper-
41- '- Held on charge of police. McLain told police -
ated the Crowd Barb ex* a soiled blue
homicide
investigationis he fled from the
Shop at 26 East Bay suit. rercell Hopkins. 17. scene.
( whi ch caters exclusively The clerk said,she gave
of 503 North St., anda Homicide Chief Capt R
to white the man a receipt where-
student at Isaiah B. Whit tincton. in commenting -
patrons) for more than upon he went to the Blocker School. upon those aid-
It door, lockedJ.t.; turned
30 years. was '
Pour other of
youth
ing in the clearing up
AT LAST---Somebody has seen and decided to do something about founded 50 years ago around with a'gun in his ages ranging in age of the case complimented -

this. The FLORIDA STAR has been calling it to the attention of by her father Frank hand and told the woman from 13 to 16 years Juvenile Judge

officials Cra wd. to back into the rear were said to have been .
4 city for ten years. It took the defeat of annexation
when we ran similar scenes to wake City Commissioner Lou Ritter. The deceased Jamn was room. with Hopkins at the

* highly respected, the continued that when time of the incident.
served as vice presi- she reached the room's
Officers said a woman
NAACP Asks dent of Clara White
door the man struck MOSE GIBSON who resides at 922
Lou Rittir's i Drivt On r vie sSparks Mission and was an active her on the head with .Alias Jimmy Roberts Broad St. said she
Court To menber of Mt. lon the the
pistol butt heard vulger conversa-
Nttds IN Otlitr AreasCity AMT Church.A blow rendering 'her un Go's Senate, tion at about 12:30
Schools partial list of relatives -
Commissioner Reopen conscious.When a.m. She told policeshe
Lou H.
Ritterin keep- her
mourning
Capitol Seating looked out of the
she regained her ,
ing with the ALEXANDRIA
better-late-than-never poli- Va.---The :loss include Mrs. Lair window and saw the five
cy of the city came out with a stout National Association Littlejohn and Mrs. senses the man went to Are Integrated youths taunting Sutton.

proclamation last Tuesday that in view of for the Advancement of Martha Lee sisters; the cash register Sutton' s body was found

"potentially; explosive health, problem Colored_People this week CharlieCrowd brother,:, and emptied the criminal it. returned"at*tack, .Af'rAGeor: g1-a lying.on the street by
; the city will act to rid the Hon- called upon the U. S. Mrs. Mary Singleton a man about 10 minutes
swore in its new governor -
.
sontown area of the outdoor privies that Court of Appeals for Miss Norma tittle-; took place.reports senate members later. He notified po- iPEROLL I. PKLNSI

have (dis) graced Jacksonville for all the Fourth Circuit to John and Mrs. Lucille ; further stated while seating its first lice. (...Admits Crime!

these years. issue an order directingthe Murphy nieces. that the mm then pickedup Negro member in nearlya Sutton reports related Lu&r71negeart and

Well, better late'than never. reopening of the DO YOUR BIT his clothes and left last suffered a fractured his counselors' staff
century Monday.
Truth about the matter is that the Prince Edward County, BUYU. the establishment, walk- For the first time in skull from a fall Dozell Varner. superintendent -
FLORIDA STAR has been Va., public schools ing in an easterly direction of Home,
calling attentionto by to the pavement and was Boys
S. SAVINGS BONDS modern times, the gallery -
that deplorable situation for a num- Feb. 1.The. above the pronounced dead on arrival Timothy Means and San
Homicide Sgts. F. C. senatorswas
ber of years. Pictures of the ugly out- at D1 val Medical Demps for Invaluable
Barber desegregated. A
Protestant Catholic Jewish and F. t. Gruber year
houses have been published in this pub- Center. assistance rendered
carried the woman to Du- ago when a snail group
lication on more than one occasion, the Leaders Denounce Segregation val Medical Center for of Negroes and whites According to Isaac Vc- during the investigation. -
last time being in the Jan. 5 .
issue.'he"
examination attempted to sit in the Lain of 530 W. OrangeSt.

we opposed Annexation.It CHICAGO---Meeting here in four-day ses- A stub of the receipt "white" section, they ., he and Sutton had Special compliments

just could be that the defeat of Annexation sion this week spokesmen for the three given Roberts by the were turned aray. just left a nearby bar were also paid by

(or the attempted grab) has major religious faiths--ProtestantCatho-- victim; and carrying the Legislative leaders announced when the two were accosted Whittington to the

opened some of the city fathers' eyes lic and Jewish--with delegates representing name of Jimmy Robertswas beforehand that by the teenage Homicide squad for

to the fact that they will have to rectify 70-religious denominations, denounced found on the floor due to Atlanta's Negro ,group. Sutton pleaded! their succesful efforts

some of the evils existing in the city racismas a sin, and expressed that of the rerr room and was Atty. Leroy Johnson with the boys to leave during the initial In-

before thry get a bit of the county. churches and synagogues are involved in turned over to the In- having been elected tog him alone, McLain told vestigation.

While he's at it in his bid for guilt along with American vestigators.
reelection society. the senate there would
Slasher Given * *
Mr. Ritter might do well to National Conference Patrolmen C. Barton J.
be no discrimination in
complete the street repair jobs he has of Churches, evil self..it is time Seldon assisted the the gallery.The Prison Tern NAACP Sits
started and not the National Catholic Sgts. in the investigation -
completed. (Take a look
for the white man to 34-year old Johnson
at 13th Street between Myrtle and Mon- Welfare Conference and repent. The plight of told new \!nen that he list I lit ionFttt

crief). then what about 23rd and 24th the Synagogue Council -theNegno must become: hopes his presence in '
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of America
Svie'iy
streets, east of Moncrief and those are meeting our most important the senate will acquaint
mudholes in that here at the Edgewater *
area and other spots concern senators from other
about your so-called "colored town?" Beach Hotel. Heads White Church o a congregation parts of the state with The Jacksonville Branch

Of course, much of the insanitary aspect During the opening DKXKU1T KBV. JOSepn numbering Rome 140 the viewpoint of the Ne- NAACP will hold its

of Honsontown should have come to session. Rabbi Abrahan A Felhata 32. a Negro, mite follies. gro. Many of them he installation meeting at

the attention of Commissioner Claude J. Herschel stated that has been chosen rectorof Father Pel ham was selected said have never had '_. Bethel Baptist Institutional -
'racism is man's from: :
Smith, who (I've Got a Secret) is Commissioner Trinity Episcopal among more contact with Negroes Sentenced to a five Church
greatest threat to than a dozen candidates
Church which consists Hogan and Caroline
of Sanitation. But he hasn'tdone year prison term for

anything about itor much else, for hatred man--the for maximum a minimum of of Group Cites Cong. C. E. Bennett cutting his ex-girl Streets Sunday, Jan.

that matter. Over the years there's been reason.' T friend, her mother and 20, beginning at 4 p.m.

some talk about Negro sanitary inspectorsbut He went on to note ex-girl friend's sister It was announced that

Mr. Smith.has dragged his feet on it 'by negligence and will give Lester Williams the executive body will

since he's been in office. Of course, he silence we have all 27. ample time outline its program for

placed on a job one NegroAlonzo Davis, become accessories before to ponder over the 1963, which will tackle

whose classification we've never been the God of mercyto fesability of his rash voter registration,

able to determine. the injustice committed acts. opening of Job oppor-

There are some matters like the rebuilding against the Ne- Williams was sentencedJan tunities, school desegregation -

of'wilder Park Branch' Library; groes of our nation." 11 following his integration -

station in the The noted theologian trial before Criminal of Buniclpalfacilities
Negro firemen and a fire
matrons for the pointedly urged Judge A. Lloyd Lay ton. and other
northwest area; Negro _
of the swimming churches and synagoguesto Trial testimony disclosed phases of civil rights.
City Jail and the opening
that Filliaas
centers that quit being apologetic A spokesman for the
pools and recreation entered the
cautious andtimid" through Jax NAACP indicated the
citizens are wondering what those com- window of 2C2 Moncri-f
in its dealings branch is preparing for
to do
missioners concerned are going a- Road after scaling a
with racial injustice.He an all-oat attack on
bout them. wall of the second-
concluded that local problems involving -
are attended to now and story apartment and
Let' s hope they
the indifference to evil ...Io .+nt in
campaign
mother's,
on the shelf with entered the
placed is Insidious than downtown stores, public
:sore
nromises they give at election time. _, Mrs. Alice M. Lane'sbedroom
utilities and tax
supported -
when Mrs Lane attempted deportments.
Group Meeting
/ Rights
, to stop bio, The informant let it
williaas cut her on the

: Set Here January 23rdThe lip When breast Mrs.and Lane's h rod. be the is known not reMits satisfied that of the parleys group with

daufhter. Mrs. Mary
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MEMBERSHIP! to the Association of Regular Array Sergeants between Negro and white
.The Florida Advisory Committee is cerns operating under Hightower tried to
was recently tendered Congressman Charles E. Bennett who was community leaders. He
tGroup of the Dnited meeting to seek information government contracts. phone police, fillips
States Commission on on employmentopportunities principal speaker during the Association annual banquet in Wash wrested the phone from said the meetings produced -
have
Public meetings
"more talk thanaction'
Civil Rights will 'hold and ington. Congressman Bennett is shown receiving the certificate her hand and cut her oa

a daylong meeting in opportunitiesfor been previously held from M/Sgt. Roland R. Milton, president of the Association while the head and hand. and were

L.'d, c AuditoriumWednesday training in Daytona Beach. Or- John Ford who was master of ceremonies looks on. Ford, a Washing- Williaas'. ex-girl friend called only when therewas
; ; minority groups, 1 undo and Temp a-st. inpending demon
Jan. 23. especially with state ington newsman reports principally for the Army Times. Milton Brenda, Lane,14, ran Into an
Petersburg where reports -
Sessions will be held and federal county and serves with Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, D. C. and is also the room, was seized stration. He added,
have been
received -
from 9 a.m. until t chairman of the Association' board of trustees. Bennett spoke on and slashed by Williams "fro now on we'll
municipal aat
agencies both from public
demonstrate first and
p.m. and from 2-5 p.m. also the past session of Congress and defense legislation forecast for tour tines,
with private con officials and citizens. ...... talk later."
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THE FLORIDA ,STAR

NEWS CAI+Sy t ,
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ill published by the Florida Star Publishing coIteaber '. k: 's
e of Associated *'
Negro pre$ y

S : BY ERIC I. SIMPSIN

t ERIC 0. SIMPSON...............MHafMf Editor i __ _
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ALYSON E. WISE-...............News Editor iT .
COMMUNITIES URGED TO
ti HILDA WOO T EN.....................Circdlatin: MalateiI :r&I & ACTON
I S 1ji JJ YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT PHASE
i
MAIN OFFICE & PLANT 1t '
Secretary of Labor W. Willard Wirtz appeals -
to community leaders to mobilize

I 2323 Moacrief Read....Pboie ELgii 4-6782- kk4 their local resources to help youngstersmake
; .. the transition from school to work.
-EL 4-6783 "The increasingly acute
Ir problem of unemployed -

MAILING ADDRESS: younger workers can, in many
instances, be most effectively treated on
P. 0. Box 561, )Jacksonville 1 1" Florida a local basis, the Secretary said in
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.; ;; releasing a new U. S. Department of Labor
SUBSCRIPTION RATES publication for use by coramnities.

One Year $6.00 Half Tear. $4.00 f J '; /J ;$ The publication Design for, roMunitvflrt.lnn

11 Hailed to You Anywhere In the united States reports upon successful methods
I Subscription payable In Advance 41gtC cy already in use by some communities to

Send Check or Money Order to: lessen the number of young
+ S FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 .. students who leave high -
Jacksonville 1. Florida .0 "
; school before graduation and
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youngsters who
; .. \ are unemployed
Administration Wins House Rules FightThe ... ;; .1 because they are inadequately -
prepared for work.
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chances welfare for and passage civil rights of liberal legislation social -- ....\"",'_,i':;: :..:.!;" .." ,-::". )..;":.::.:"....r. .....,:..'-.:'." :";.:,; c:": i. ..:. ....... The suggestions were prepared f<9r communities by- '

in the House of Representatives grew '0 0 f 5*. .. a.. i ,; J; ih\; ? .J. ..:.. . the Department's Bureau of \
:.,).. ".,. _..-;;. ....:I" ......=- '. : :
brighter Wednesday as a result of the Labor Standards following

victory Democratic leaders in the contest consultation with representSIMPSON
LOOKING FOR A SPONSOR MR. PRESIDENT
. *over the House Rules Committee. atives of public and private youthserving -

The* efforts of the conservative coalition ....... ..V.y.. ...... ..... agencies. It contains a compilationof
to reduce
''I the 15-member House Rules background facts and analysis of the
Committee to 12 members which would be present and projected situation in youth

certain to block the program of PresidentJohn 'employability' and employment. The

F. Kennedy were defeated 235 to 196. You Weekly I roles of Federal and State agenciesas

Chairman John M.Bailey of the Democratic well as voluntary organizations are

National Committee stated: 'The vote today .. \.' discussed. Overall analysis of the prob-

on the Rules Committee and the caucus : lems confronting young job-seekers is

of House Republicans yesterday make it Horoscope Guider supplemented by a discussion specific

' 1 plain that the Republicans will hew to : organizational approaches and programs

I the same course of blind obstructionismin which communities can undertake to

this congress which they followed in i strengthen the competitive position of
the last one. ly PASLO TI. ASTROLOGER young labor force entrants and to pro-

Deputy Chairman. Louis Martin of the :: WHICH ARE YOUR vide the job security which comes from
Democratic National, Committee said: "Once LUCKY DAYS FOR being adequately prepared.As .

more the Republican leadership in the ic BUSINESS LOVE long as the supply lasts, single
Congress has been found wanting on a c11t TRAVEL it copies are available without charge to

crucial issue. The liberal pretensions 1 ..Y ac M W. service and civic organizations schools,

of the Republican leaders fall flat when ARIES III V"'T r3 local chapters of national organizations,

the GOP high command decides to crack Born March 21st thru may not be desirable at Your plans seem sounu -O--44-)-87- 54 religious groups industrylocal gcv fri-" -
their conservative whip." April 19th this time. Unless your enough but you may have nent public employment service offices,
work is actually displeasing to learn the value of public and private social
Chairman Bailey added: It is interesting You may conduct your AQUARIUSBorn agencies labor
, that three republican governors who affairs along convent to you and itdoesn't watchful waiting to Jan. 20th thru unions, community welfare councils and

seek to adopt the public relations pos- tional lines. Do not could be seem to be, it determine when the Feb. 18thBe all other groups seeking solutions for

ture of enlightened Republicanism stoodal miss a chance to insure detrimental to favorable moment to someat more active the job problems of 1 million unemployed,
exchange it
of from this fight, although the Republican your future happiness. j for something carry them out has in your club and social out-of-school youngsters.To .
votes against the 15-member which may not require heavier that may place arrived. The eclipseis Circles, especially if obtain a copy of the publication

Rules Committee were against the interests placing anbition or suc- responsibilitieson not-exactlylhe best you are one a f the moiy (Bulletin 248, ) write to: Bureau of
of the constituents of Governors cess head_ fatra of your' shoulders: span;: for successful cut- who have not yet found Labor Standards U.. S. Department of
Scranton and Romney. the heart-YoU': will have 6-3>-77-l4-fsG-7' -ccaaes; m'aklng"lt 'better their true loves It Labor, Washington 25, D. C. The publication -"-

"If the well*publioized revolt of the to pay closer attentionto judgement to await more would be absolutelywrong is also being placed on sale by the
the cost of doing LEO propitious signs that to be self-effac Superintendent of Documents Government
younger House Republicans who elected
business and meeting Born July 23rd thru should come up next ing on the 25th the day I
Pringing Office Washington 25 D. C. The
Congressman Ford as Chairman of tte GOP your social obligations. Aug. 22nd month ,
You may find 1 t when an eclipse may also
caucus was intended to create a new image to it price is 20 cents a copy.
prevent from
es- place
The future belongs 'more expensive: than you you at a disad
for the GOP it did not succeed.. It is tablishing new records bargained for to try andfaro vantage. Another fine
to the Leos
who know
quite obvious that all the so-called upward. A falling out hot Mars-Venus aspect reveals -
th
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to plan ahead and who pace. that love is STATE BEVERAGE AGENTS CINIKCTEI
young Republican revolutionaries wantedwas between friends
or j have the self-restrain If you hay fallen lurking somewhere in '
a greater voice in the same sterile sweethearts should be to hold their ,Ire until I short of your goal your environment, bu t 000-!08-wE ll-B0NE* IN "OPERATION SHINE HVN'.

strategy of blind partisan obstructionismwhich prevented. 1 the odds are all on their during the that it may be too shy J "
has marked .the Congressional lead- 5-70-11-16-85-571 ,side. Just plod along, quarter, you should preceding make to reveal Itself without "Operation Shine Down. an all-out
ership of Senator Dirksen and Congressman from drive conducted by State Beverage agents
encouragement
firm in you
your purpose and I a renewed effort to capture I
TAURUS during
Halleck. December against
Bola April 20th thru patient in your methods. it. From then on. Actions that have not operations ended Florida moonshine
May 20th Gather strength by amassing you will simply: have to been completed by the number of still recently with a record
destroyed."The .
sufficient resourcesto wait. f 9th should be
cr new openings suspended
The weather the
or
total of 90 stills
. support in until our agents des-
you a pinch 100221742192SAGITTARIUS the day next month
CALL! FOR MOTHERS' MARCH apathy of the buying The eclipse is a for- when y cu will be given troyed in this 31-day period sets a record
public may be responsible ,runner of difficultiesthat the that has never been reached in one month
light to
green renew -
for the rather dull
( beset even during the days of "
may your life 1 prohibition.
them in
performance of industry Born Nov. 23rd thru a more ef said
Beverage Director
or business partner fectixe Thomas E. Lee, Jr.:
Is it worth, it for a woman to take time as a whole. It may be ,bortly. Dec. 21st manner. The operation was somewhat unusual in

out to volunteer as a Marching Mother for wiser for the timeb 2-40--55-18-94- If you can only get The unpredictabilitythat that beverage agents employed every, _available -
the March of Dimes? "Adsolutely says eing to put off jour associates and borne acc cmpani eR the means of locating the Illegal
Mrs. Vivian Beamon. national president of chmges that affect your VIRGO Companions to follow views and actions of operations in Florida's woodlands with

The Links. Inc. 'because your time is home life and the Born Aug. 23rd thru JOur! lead in conservatism actual or potential associates transportation ranging from airplanes to
invested in the most precious thing there family fortunes. The Sept. 22ndIt you have an excellent may also make air boats.

is--the life of a child. eclipse that is sche- usually is easier 'chance of forestallingfuture your competitors! formi: The agents also reported 118 arrests
"Mothers duled tor the 25th offers faculties. The' dable. It seems to br in
March funds will aid children and much more comfortable during the month many of which were made
right here in little encouragement for eclipse that occurs on your over-all interestto at
the
our own to still sites.
country who are take any: pre- Part of the number of
birth of busi- the same day Indicatespoor avoid coming tc grips
quick
defectsarthritis or polio patients. a upsurge tentive measures that arrested were apprehended at retail outlets -
These funds will ness and profits. Reject travel conditions, with any of them.
help our children get the are necessary to maintain or transporting the illegal whiskey,
best most up-to-date medical care availa- the emotional approach well-beiDg and productivity unfavorable tidings and 7-10-77-19-79-719 the Director explained. '

ble. This patient aid program is being expanded to the problems: If you allow a depressed state of Broward County claimed the distinctionof
to include that seem to be tying you mind. Ton will also have PISCES
a growing number of your physical resistance surrendering the last still in the
treatment centers financed by The National dowa. or mechanical equipment to take more care to Born Feb. 19th thru drive when agents destroyed a 55-gallon

Foundation-March of Dimes in many 8-30-44-13-73-834 to break down 1 t could protect good relations Yare 20th still pot and six barrels. The Tallahassee

parts of the nation. take many days: of pain- with neighbors next of district put an end to the largest
"And the time you give to this 25th GEMINI ful waiting until normality kin, and in-laws. The person who recognizes tion when six still opera-
inherent pots were dynamited
weaknesses
Anniversary Mothers' Born May 21st thru
March will work for i is restored. This
9-40-09-14-92-041 has much better near the Georgia Florida state
June 21st a chance line.
your own family, because hundreds of research recommendation is rein- ..
.
scientists, whose work is financedby The' occurrences of the forced by an eclipse that; -- of eliminating them than The largest number of stills. 14, was
the March of Dimes are seeking clues past very often give you Is scheduled for the CAPRICORN the one who refuses to found and destroyed in Duval County where

for the prevention and cure of birth defects reliable clues to the morning hours of the Born Dec. 22nd thru to admit that they; 32 arrests were also reported. Other CO R-
and arthritis. These two cripplers future. GSIDI aDS. who 25th. Jan. 19th exist. The' eclipse adds l ties contributing to the drive were:
to Mercury is still retrograde its warnings to mend Escaabia one still and six arrests
affect millions of people in this country."In have been on pins and 7-60-22-18-S2-762 ;
addition millions of dollars in needles about what is keep jour long wayward ways: or to pay Santa Rosa three stills; Walton County,

March of Dimes funds are still needed each apt to happen next LIBRA range plans flexible and the penalty. Fortunately,, three stills; along the Alabama State line
year to aid victims of paralytic polio." should feel reassuredonce Born Sept. 23rd thru your present Job secure. there are fine indications four stills five arrests. :;
Dr. Jonas Salk. who developed the killed- they have discoveredthe Oct. 23rd Too can think ahead, and too, that industriouaness Gadsden one still; Leon one still; '
discuss your- project will be along the Georgia line. 12 stills three
secret that insures recognized
virus polio vaccine solely with March of You expose yourself to
with the
interestede
mutual and compensated In arrests; Baker, one still; Clay, foar
Dimes financial support will be directorof understandings.There hurts if
many ar
yon party, but leave the
the not too distant fu stills; Nassau four stills, one arrest;
the Institute where world-renowned are some black overly: sentimental especially -
final decisions until
tare. Be Alachua. two arrests
especially diplomatic one still ; Putma.
clouds the end of
scientists wi'1 live and work. as over people who
yon have greater assurance in your relations Orange three stills; ; eminole. one still.
Problems under study will include basic the world. are inclined to be cal- that will
they
with Hillsborough; two stills Dade. six
everyone. ;
questions related to a variety of the ills low med. It is advisable
3-50-66-15-54-356- be '
good enough to keep concentrate purely ongoing stills 11 arrests; Holmes five stills;
which afflict mankind, ranging from the CANCER to build up a defense your income and outgo
Jackson two stills Polk three stills
your Job on Use ; ,
common cold to cancer. Born June 22nd thru mechanism should your from
being adversely to the best of year a- 17 arrests; Indian River one still, one
Volunteers are needed. Offer your ser- 22nd past experiences have
July affected. It is
a rather bUt t7 Those fbo are on one arrest; Palm Beach one still; St.
vices today. c Even If others may be revealed this to be critical
period for those affectionate terms witha Lucie, two stills 12 arrests; Columbia
suggesting that yon are warranted. The eclipse wbo change their Invest- dearly beloved should one still; four arrests; Suwaaner. one

Ceti.. .*.... tttttt tttttt fit for better positions reveals that you are .ent procedures in arrive at an understanding still; Taylor two arrests; St. James
yon should ask yourselfsome again vulnerable in favor of more specala- regarding their three stills, one arrest; Vol asia, ore
-- rather pertinent respect, and that you live ones intentions before the still; and Lee two arrests.
Births defects occur in one out of 16 U.S. questions before ute should not expose yourself Take advantage' of end of the 9th.

births afflicting' more than 250,000 babies action on thea. If unnecessarily. the willingness of
each year. The 1963 March of Dimes your current income is 4-40-88-12-34-481 friends or professionals 4-60-22-12-25-4

seeks to fight birth defects by sponsoring satisfactory and you are to put yon straight In

research seeking causes and cures. making substantial progress SCORPIO matters that are con-
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,'-J.. toward your security Born Oct. 24th thru nected to your worldly
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-- March' Of Dimes Committees Organize 3 R's' Celebrate T ic I..s


t.-,: : : :: LJtj: Annual Party Show licrtist

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-- The 3 R's Industrial Tax revenue coil ec tons

!ISy Club closed out its by the State Beverage

With C rear's activities witha Department continued Its

LOUISE G. GUINYARP I lavish party for members steady climb with reports -

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Welch of Smith Parish, Ber and guests in the showing an Increase -

muda left by plane this week-end for their return palatial bone of Mr. of more thaa $1 t

home. For the past' three weeks they have and Mrs. Isaac Jackson, million for a six-BO nth

been' guests of their .son-in-law and daughter. 6723 Alaro Drive. period ending Dec 31 as

V Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barton of Tusk Court. The festive board was compared to a stall ar

The Welches were guests at a small dinner party s well laden and the attendees period last year-
State Beverage Director
p last Tuesday evening given in the home of The enjoyed genes
Thomas EL Lee. Jr. .
Bartons. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Ship and Mrs. Thelmi and climaxed the evening
said the net increase
Johnson were guests on this occasion. with the exchanging of
for the first six months
gi tt s.

.... .000 000. 0... .... .... Y Those present were: Kr.: of Fiscal Year 1962-63
t represents 2 95% climb
.. ,. and Mrs. Leroy Jenkins,
consistent with
is
which
Mrs. Annie Mae t4anrge: -,ot:, 4361'Roth ,Drives.S.. is president of the Top the
reports over past
confined to Brewster Hospital because of ill- Hat Club; James Bold,

ness. We are wishing for her a very speedy return Mrs. Betty Hill Miss If. many months
Lee said the Department!
.to good health. ::1:1NOW Hill all of New-York collected a total of
i City; Mr. and Mrs. 44909663.21 from July

n .... .... 0.00 .... .... .... Robert Bates president 1 through December 21 to
S of the NADA Club; Mr.
1 ,. i show the increase of
and Mrs. J. Mitchell
One guest was present when Kelvinettes Bridge: Mrs. A. Baker Mrs. Viola $1.285. .560. 04.
last evening in the West Twenty
Club met Saturday Driscott, Mrs. Dorsey Taxes on cigarettes accounted -
-first Street home of Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Oliver. IN PROGRESS-With its various operating committees conducting their assigned Davis Mrs. C. Stubbs. for the largest

Mrs.Geraldlne Billiard scored far above other missions, the annual Duval March of Dimes chairmen kicked off this year* s program Mr. and Mrs. Berry DavisL. collection with $17.502

members to qualify for first prize. Other winners during a recent meeting held at the home of 1963's General Chairman T. L. Redding Perkins Jr. Miss 182 75. This was followed -

Included Mrs.Barbara Harper, Miss Daisy Gilliard, 1005 Myrtle Avenue. This year' s local drive continues the national organization' Mary Hill, Isaac Jackson by more than $11

and Mrs. Thelma Greene. offensive against crippling births and polio and can be conducted successfully only Miss Janice Jackson million each on liquor

Members w participating }J1. addition to: prize .winners through the generosity of John Q. Public, civic, commercial, social, religious and Mrs. D. Janes 'It F. and beer the Director

were Mrs. Celestine Nicks, Mrs. Pauline commercial organizations. Seated from left are:Mrs. Mildred Reddin g,Mothers' bla,ch;. Hill. Mrs. Florence noted.

Davis, Mrs. Pearl Mackey, Mrs. Doris Bennett, Mrs. Mildred Write, fashion shows; Mrs. Sadie Gibson PTA band sponsors; Mrs. Alma Knight. Mrs. Dorothy Last year the Beverage

Mrs. Essie McCray Silva, Mrs. Emmalee George, Cash, sororities' ; Mrs. Elizabeth Redding, colleges; Mrs. Emma L. George schools. Robert won. Mrs. Bernice Department reported an

and Mrs. Sara S. Lovett. Standing from left: Alton Adams, businesses and labor unions; Capers Bradham fraternities Richardson, of Provi- all time record of $86

; Prank Courtney, social clubs; Isadore Singleton, record hops and radio dence. Mr, and million in tax revenue

.... .... .... .... .... .... broadcasts; H. James Greene, basketball games; T. L. Redding, general chairman, and Mrs. J.E. Diggs, end W. from both cigarettes and

.' R.H. Sheets, secretary of the National Foundation March of Dimes New York City. Rou ser. alcoholic beverages.

I Mrs. Juanita Randolph was the lone guest player .jt (Royal Art Studio Photo)

4 wbeflpLes Tri ,ze'f, pied B t.gr'Club met Saturday .'

1 evening in. the home of Mr. and. Mrs. Howard, Ambassadors ,
Inducts
;1 Singleton'' 2013'Mars Street. ', Honors Slated Afro Honors Retiring Official

i ,Participating in the bridge session were Mrs. Officers; New Members '

Randolph, Mrs. Margaret Sutton, Mrs. Eleanor The Club Royal Ambassador For Mrs. E.M. Powell'Fl

Gay, Mrs. Vivian Satterwhite, Miss Cbatsle Jones, Inc. held the

Miss Ruth Broome, Mrs. Ruth Bonner, Mrs. Florence first meeting of the for the 'Recd,g-

Wilson, Mrs. Carolyn Miller, Mrs. Doris Jones, New Year on Thursday nition Frogran": to be }1F

Miss Gwendolyn Schell, and Mrs. Vanorian Schell. night in the beautiful given. in honor of Mrs .r

The latter two ladies were among winners of home of Mr. and Mrs. Ethel lbman Powell were
completed at the Duval
club prizes? Janes A. Joyner. on Mon-

Other. guests included Dr., W. W. Schell, Raymond crief Road. Highlights !Home Demonstration! Coup
< '
_tilme'eting' held Ire- '
Miller Nelson C.. jacksoq, program director-,"National of the meeting was the
cently in the Home Demonstration
..!.... UrbanLeagueClarengeColeman! tof the very impressive induc' Officer 410
Southern Regional rw',. > ) and: tion ceremony"'with the Broad Street.Tlreprogram .
** -J> eJ.Ullt :
Al following local men of -
-
Joyner., .
will be
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the community acceptedfor -

.... ... .... 00.. ...e ..t. membership. They held Sunday Jan. 27 at
rt
3:30 p.m. in the Little-
were: W.R. Bryant. A.

Mrs. Altbea S. Ponder of New York City was in Hampton. A.L. Helms Jr. ,Theatre of. the Civic
F.L. Parson and J. E. AuditoriumHome
Jacksonville recently as guest of'her in-laws ra
Mrs. Annie M. Ponder and Mrs.,'Josie B. La'ster Thompson. The ceremony Demonstrations and
4-H Clubs will
of induction was under give
of 1140 Spearing Street.
the supervision of the public recognition and
While in the ,city, Mrs. Ponder was extended
Ritual Commi 11;,ea. .. .. .. ,.., appreciation. Fo well who.
v W .yv
:
niaces'Vuea4JMie9 Marilyn
social courtesies l her :
by Officers for 1963 arE retired 6n"fast::Aigr 31r: :, .
L. Macon and Iva L. Grant.: President J.E. Ben- after 31 years serviceto 4

Her Florida visit also included a trip to Miami. nett; Vice President. R. the people of Duval .1

.... .... 0000 .... .... .... Gregory Recording Sec- County.Mrs. .
retary. C. W. Jones; R. L. Jones, Council :
Financial Secretary president urges -
It's a girl for The Leotis Davises of 2705 W. Broadway, Treasurer the cooperation of all
o. I. Hillmah Business MRS. ELOTA G. DAVIS (center) in recognition of outstanding performance of duty during her 26 years
Thirteenth Street N.. E. Washington, a C., born clubs and the
Manager E.U. Barnes, many with the Afro-American insurance Co. was cited by officials and employes of the company during an
Friday, January 11, 1963, in Washington. families who have been
OUI>I ain. J.A. Joyner. application: party at the Afro on Thursday afternoonJan. 10. A sumptuous luncheon was served and
Mww Davisishformer( Miss Norma June Wilson, helped through, the service -
The club enjoyed asocial : the honoree was presented with a beautiful gift. Some of the officials shown from left are: T. L.
daughter of Mr., and! ,Mrs., ,Maxie E. Wilson, 1259 of Mrs Powell,, md,
hour at the'Club'Eldorado Redding, director of ordinary; Mrs. Mary Betsch, executive vice president and treasurer; J. H.
West 26th Street.Mr's' the many friends of the
1 following the Lewis, president and chairman of the board; J. A. Batts, vice president director of agents; Jaaes
; Wilsori'left: Sjujday for Washington, anxious Home Demonstration, pro-
-., business session.The ,'- L. Lewis, vice president and assistant director of agents. Charles Simmons, vice president and
for her first glimpse of h'e'new'arrival. gran to attend..
complete roster actuary and T. R. Rutherford, vice president claims department, were also in attendance.
Fersons desiring further -
,1 .... ..0. 0000 ..0. ..0. .0.. followsJ. Allen E.L.J. information may (Royal Art Studio Photo) -
Banks. E.U. Barnes H.
Belliny Sr. J. E. Bennett contact Mrs. Jones at FLORIDA STARIN Honored Retiree Weddina Bells I 1 .OH/.
The Lincoln Golf and Country Club provided the 96 Scriven street or
W. Broadway, W. O'Neal Roberts Jr. ; I Income Tax Reims
setting for the annual installation banquet of Mrs. Catherine C. Williams EVERY g
BIYIIl t. R.L. Daniels, R. Worked Up 1642 ""'. 31st !!t. 24, I
4 the Ladies of the Links Golf Club. Home Demonstra i File Early
R. A. .
Gregory Johnson
w. Gray and Eunice V. ,
I Dr. Daniel Lauray installed officers at the Hillman tion secretary. Thru The RanksLast .. ? GASH I
Hampton, O.I. 1585 31st. St. 21. MICK
lavish affair held last Saturday-evening. Helms Jr. J.L.. C0iQREHOMPepsi Jr.
A. Eugene Campbell .
Jhev newly 'installed Ladies 'of the Links officers Thursday afterJm. -- prepared By Experts
Jackson. C..F. James Dth--officials end 1221 Berber St 25 and
include( ? J M iss, Gertrude. L. Styles, presi- C. W. Jones E.J. Jones employes of the Afro- Lul a M. Fields 1021 Barber 5 I
At SILVER STAR
1 .'dent; Mrs. Mildred Brown, vice president: ; Mrs. R. Jones A. C. Joyner, Official Is Cited American Life InsuranceCo. Street. 19.

Susie Thompson, secretary; Mrs. Wilma Hicksin, J.A. Joyner, E. .S. K1 t- L.W Lowe 2455 P.
,
assembled
at
the
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assistant secretary; Mrs. Orpha Jackson, financial chings A. Martin, J. : facility to honqr one Lincoln Court. 26 and

secretary; Mrs. Addle Jones, treasurer; Morton. J. McCone Sr. of their associates who Farbara .D. Larking, 3111

Mrs. Maxine Meares, tournament chairman; and AR. McDcn aid. T. B. McPherson was retiring after some '"OOdl awn .Road, 24.

Mrs. Allean Harrington, rules committee chairman. C. Parson, P. 26 year of distinguished -

Among guests at the banquet were: Mrs. Ethel Parson L. Parson W.R. service with

Sullivan, Joseph C. Jackson J. B. Mather. Mrs. Robinson.. W.P.., Surcey the company.The .

Sylvester.Bjo&s.ar.d, ,Jesse- L. Wade, Mrs. Pauline and J.E.
: Thompson. honoree of the application -

Chase, and"Mrs.. Gertrude,Jones. party was Mrs. s What could )
Mrs. Irma Alexander, Mrs. Ollie M. Wade and * Leota G. Davis of 828W.
.
Mrs. Betty Edwards were among other members Y 17th St. who had the English

present. joined Afro in 1937 as

an agent and work ed her

I Hall Named t way; up the ladder to the possibly mean by


Gell Jeet! Center UNCF Director manager vented post a of position district "Gordon'sand

which she was holdingat

-'" NEW YORK Kermit J. the time of her re- splash?"
Mytic Aye. end Adorns Phone EL 4 146 AKA CONVENTION ACTIVITY---Harvey C. Rus- tirement.Mrs. .
Hall of
Yeadon. P.a. ,
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sell, left) vice president .
been named director of Pepsi-Cola Davis graduated 1g4(

YELLOW MULLET ROE .... 89c the United Negro CollegeFund's Company was the recipient of the annual from Stanton High School *
Alpha Kappa Alpha intercollegiate sorority and later attended Walker the English way of saying *oda
MEDIUM MULLET: .... 20c Region; 2. 'it was Splash'Mixing it with Gordon's Gin If
special achievement
award at
the recent College this being
announced hate
LARGE ROE MULLET u. 29c Trent Jr. UNCP by executive F.'J:- AKA-Convention held ,in Detroit.Shown here followed by acceptanceas a popular pastime on the other side of the

MEDIUM SHRIMP u. 89c cJt! .. u.79c director. Region 2 in photo marking the presentation ceremonyare a member of the Afro's Atlantic.Most Americans prefer'tonic and

1 SHRIMP $130 lft.: M"TW includes: Philadelphia Mr. Russell, Dr. Marjorie H. Parker, agents staff.Devotion ice'as a mixer. But on the
u.
LARGE
u. c..a choice of tompleUao.
to her work
and Eastern PennsylvaniaWilmington. national president the AKAs; Mrs.
.$19 Oil..Leek aT 3.-Bro Fr** brought just rewards cord. Cordon's. distinct
Del; Balti- Beulah T. Whitney, past president of the
GOURMET CORNER more. Md. ; Washington organization and judge James B. Parsons, through the years and tive dryness and_flavouf

r. Tfc. N "' ''' wt. 6w.. T.s tuttaABALOKE .... D.C.; and the state of of Chi g.o'wh9 was the meeting's main the distinctive honorof seem to tip the balance.You11 .

MEAT $1.95= New Jersey.Mr. speaker ,-, being promoted the find these qualities
1\4. "'
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wherever call for
\ .
Hall first woman assistant you
Pink White Meat ,,;.u K. 2.75:: coaes: to the '
CUBED TURTLE MEAT SPrS 69c College Fund from_ Philadelphia Ja).. IncreasesAn t Voter Registration manager of an Afro Gordon's by name; for \
s MerCYkHl&l'ass'HOEQital. Branch office. This eveiYonAlexanderCordon's bottle Is still based
latenaLve..four-waek son. president of the
CONCH MEAT u. 49c He served as voter registration brach, repotted. event occured in 1960 original

KING CRAB LEGS 'IDO the hospital's business Jacksonville when she was assigned 1769 formula. Could 1010g
1Ws. "nTel. campaign by the TfAACP was also
.... ... "1It---C.. Ws.hr It} manager from 1944 has. brough the total able to increase Its the post at the 32nd St. this be why Gordon's is the Gil

aDd Ibncrief Lea: office. biggest-selling gin in Eng
through 1960 and administrative number of Negro voters membership 50 'pe'r cent

LACK HA IAU **. Spatdi. MwkwtQ ..u. I5IUMIO assistant here to over 28,000. daring the year evet Meanwhile Mrs. Davis ?

Sa.pp.,teak Yui.tp. U. 6 from 1961 through 198%. giving this city the though no specific lIeIIbershi'p had won citations frog

,ROESHADFWHWATIt u. 41' FLOUNDER 41- He holds a Master of largest Negro 'reel at r a- campaign was the National Insurance ?

.. u. Science degree from the tion in i 'th'e-state. The held. Mr. Pearson also Assadatloa in 1939. 1Q

CATFISH STEMS th.4c University of Pennsylvania drive' increased l the- reported that the branch '42. '43. '44. '45. 50. '51. KCTUB HM turn.M met.
Kftffa
11. kr r*,&t1$.tsK l&Pe0leq M all
ftPKKUDTRWf and a Hospital number of voters by 21 was able In Id62 to desegregate and, 1952. She won the

IUIK.SHAI..JI. Supervision Certificatefrom per cent ledge Pear- public facilities Miss Afro" title in
4t .. -
LL Temple University. in 85 'star**. 1940.



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PAtb f1 r, 1 FLORIDA STAR b+ SATURDAY JANUARY 19.1 1 lad i

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Board Celebrates Annual Dinner

CHURCH Direction




E NEWS f J SJ Ret. J. Rettick




The 100-voice Calvacade Singers under the direction .g PASTOR OF SIMFS6NHETHBilST

of Prof. E. Clifford Davis will present
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their first concert of 1963 Sunday, Jan. 20 at C" -.x

8 p.m. in Walker AME Zion Church. The program 4 CHURCH

committee is planning on a capacity attendanceand

the public is invited.
i t

--------------------------------------------- Many people in rural and urban life have fol-

w y Ia. lowed the pattern of permitting the baby to exercise -

Choir 2 of Macedonia Baptist Church met recently full freedom with his birthday cake on his
.
In the home of Mrs. Eloise Iii Hans and elected o-mrrr < first birthday. I remember some years ago, a

the following officers for the new year: Mrs. newspaper carried a picture story of a baby

Enna Delores Melton, president Mrs. Lillie Mae ,. while he was exercising this freedom. His pet

Greene, vice president Deacon Clarence Jarrell, ... added much humor to the picture as the baby

second vice president Miss Mittie J. Gantt, dipped the cake out with his hands while he aad

secretary Mrs. Mary Middleton, treasurer Mrs. the cat ate the cake together.

Arditrice Peters, sinking fund; Deacon Clarence There are many reople today who are fearful to a

Jarrell, chaplain; Deacon Grant Gray, assistant risk a child with his freedom even in his own

chaplain; Mrs. Doretha Saith, program chairman; world. The Basis of this fear is in their kaowl-

Rev. J. C. Rogers, pastor. edge of the child's limited experiences. Although -

freedom is not a license to exercise our

--------------------------------------------- wishes without restrictions, it is an opportunityand

a right which every born person has to share

The first district homecoming fellowship hour that which his creator has given to him that

will be held Sunday at 3 p.m. in Mt. Calvary Bap- helps to unfold God's eternal purposes. As incase

tist Church, Mrs. W. Francis, president, pre of the baby, every time one uses the opportunity -

siding. Senior Choir 1 will rehearse Friday to exercise his freedom, he learns a

night at 8 p.m. new lesson in the use of freedom. Otherwise, he

cannot learn how to use it for it will not ttfi-

--------------------------------------------- fold. If we do not use the small ones, big ones

SUCCESSFUL EVENT---Stewardess Board 1 of Mt. Zion AME Church successfully presented will not unfold to us.

Rev. C. B. Dailey, pastor of First Baptist their annual dinner Monday night Jan. 14 in the home of Mrs. G. B. Gardner, 2015 I am convinced that freedom is written in the

Church, will be guest speaker Sunday at 3 p.m. Venus St. Mrs. Rosa L. Wooten president, very graciously welcomed members and constitution of God's creation. Even a baby must

for the districts mass meeting at West Union guests to the delicacies prepared by members of the Board. In attendance were: Mrs. have freedom in his world in order to improve.

Baptist Church. Choirs 3 and 4 and male chorus Rosa L. Wooten, Mrs. Wilhelmina Skinner, first vice president; Mrs. Eliza L. Tutson, We might call some freedom a "risk" to be run.

and usher board will serve. Districts 1, 2, 3, second vice president; Mrs. Mary Smith, business manager; Mrs. G. B. Gardner, secre- There is no progress without some risk. When God .

and 4 will be hosts. tary; Mrs. Lillie McCauley, treasurer; Mrs. Florida Dwight, special fund; Mrs. C. A. created man, He created a creature which was

Ward, member at large. Visitors present were: Mrs. Elnora Johnson, Mrs. Bartley, potentially ungrateful, selfish, untrue, deceptive -
--------------------------------------------- and rebellious. God created him free aad
Mrs. Lottie Gilbert president of Stewardess Board 4; Mrs. Callie Dowling, presi-

dent of Stewardess Board 2; Jno Reeves, Mrs. Reeves president of Blanche R. Cole- risked the world in his charge. Man made no
District 2 of Bethlehem Baptist Church will progress while he was in the Garden of Eden. He
man Club; Misses Gerilieve Robinson, St. Peters AME; Margie Alvarez, St. StephensAME
sell pies Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs.A. began to progress when he began to use his own
and Zion
Mrs. Beatrice Wilcox of New Mt. Baptist Church. Following serving of
Mobley, 2119 W. 40th St. The Junior Usher freedom.
the delicious repast, gifts were exchanged to climax a delightful evening's sojourn.
Board will meet at 1:30 p.m. The Trustee Board There are men all over the world who are abusing -

will sponsor an entertainment at 8 p.m. in the tA Christian Society * their freedom in their search for suppressing -

home of lira. Viola Morman, 1059 Madison St. % of other men' s freedom in order to extend
q. Meets Every January since
SundayThe their own. I think that it is time for people
1938 has been March of
---------------------------------------------- here and abroad, both those who use their freedom
Christian Endeavor Dimes month. Join the
Hour will and those who abuse it by not using it at all or
I begin it- 25th Anniversary March
In connection of the contest between the two second yer of activities of' Dimes in 1963 and over using it, to realize ,that freedom is sacrjjk

churches Tabernacle Baptist Church will worshipat Sunday Jan. D at fight crippling birth God made man free. Our Creator has clearly indicated -

Sweetfield Baptist Sunday at 7:15 p.m. and 3 pm. in !ct faul typ defects, arthritis and that man was created to be free whatever

Sweetfield will worship at Tabernacle will hold Church. polio. his potentialities are. If our creator runs the !

services at Sweetfield Jan. 27 at 7 p.m. Friendsand 4t c24ze- The theme is "In the * "risk' who are we to limit it?
J_ f. _.
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the public are Invited to both services. Beginning God. and
Mr. and Mrs. LOOMS 3III0Joint
Theodore Mr. end 1'rs Nathaniel Kill be discussed by the

--------------------------------------------- Young'; 4433 Moncrief Green; 3846 Freemen Rd ; AC'S: Leagu.e president of ) I1Di' Rtcitil
Road Girl. L
; Boy, Fountain Chapel AMF The Sons of light Lodge
Mr. and Mrs. C'John
Zion Hope Baptist Church is honoring its pastor Mr. and Mrs. Robert .Church. The Junior choir --- ... 414 and New Hope Lodge

and wife Rev. and Mrs. E. R. Simpson during thechurch's Boy Gray; 11C3 Daniel st. ; Edwards2925. Bethel, rPf th. ..ho.it: cbuxch.: and..". .- Mrsti::,Mary L. Jones: 3rd street., : 493=-AF&AILw111 present
Ct. Girl three&Wef youth""grbup"s the Junior Trio of St.
34th anniversary this week. The program ; Callahan
f Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon *Y Henry L. Thomas; 524 W.
terminates Monday night, Jan. 21. Servicesare 1751 Mr. and Mrs. Henry from various churcheswill Mrs. Ollie M. Holmes; Ashley Street. Stephen NIlE Church in a-
HickSJn
; Tyler St Bauford 2543 Moncrief Additional recital Jan 25 at 8 m
; serve p
being conducted by churches, ministers and Girl. 1408 E. 22nd Street. Mrs. Genevieve Brown;
Road; Girl. musical selections will Tickets be purchased -
congregations from this community. Mr. and Mrs. Isarel Mrs. Ida Brown; 612 S. 660 S. Lincoln Court. may
Mr. and Mrs. Frank be rendered by some of from any member
8th
Stallings 1504 Ruth- Street. TUlmore Price; 1526 Wh1 t-
1Li.------- ; Harrity; 5612 Doeboy the leading youth of of the lodges. The Trio
ledge .Avenue Mrs. Lubertia Morgan; ner Street.Willie .
I o .e an Good news forcAthmotics ; Boy Street; Boy. the city who are 1741 has been presented in
Highland '
Mr and Mrs. Ave. L Mares; 70ft
Leroy Robert talented several recitals Members -
Mr. and Mrs.
I' Funeral Home Allen. 134 Chelsea St. velK er for toe Mrs. Berth Bum am; 1028 Davis Street.
; program
.. Thomas; 42 Stanley Rd. ; of the trio are
'
.w .k. Lawrence Street.
Ambulance Service ..tlbl.for bronchial a.Uuaa(uff... Boy. will be Rev. T F Ball Wallace Hunter Sr. ;
1 'THE BEST COSTS NO. MORET to...4utckly pin* ....reUeft....and.eboklat..w do I*without 1Aa MM, Vr. end Mrs. Theodore Atlantic' Beach. Florida; Jr. presiding elder of Mrs Mary Dunn; 815 W. S. 7th St. ; Fernandina Miss Jacqueline Williams
Ii 01 fktonuOdnif*or polaful UiwtJou. Girl. Miss Mary Johnson and
2719 W. Edgewood Ave. So HI. you"M "' Or. OvOkT.Orava Floyd; 824 Kin 151 st. the North Jacksonville Beach; Florida.
Movntcla ey ;
la eJUIU ca.an'--compound and Mrs. Milton Pies Careen Atkins.
I IlL.... Phone...... PO 5-1841 your druciiit itorm without lor It.pmcripUea. JUk Boy. Mr. Hi s tri ct... AME Church. Woodlawn PresbyterianBY
---- Glass; 637 Jessie St. ;
Ministers: end youth

Boy. leaders have been askedto L.N. PEARSON. SR. D IE
SALE GOOD Mr. and Mrs. Clifford senc' a delegation fir [3d IX IE p
The United
Smith; 1473 W. State the count at 3: 15 p m PresbyterianYouth *
ALL WEEKJan. Street; Boy. President Alexander of the Woodl awn

Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Jef- Cottrell Sr. is stressing United PresbyterianChurch
16 thru Jan. 19
ferson; 737 W. State that the Christian will meet Saturday -
2 DISCOUNT STORES Jan. zoe.sR'sOCCULT
Street; Boy. Endeavor Hour is nondenominational 19th in the
830 Cassat A... Mr. and Mrs. Willie and every Westminster Hut. The

(NEAR COLLEGE) Lowe; 718 Court P. ; church in* the city 1 s Juniors will meet 4:00p

1824 W. Weaver St. Blodgett Homes; Girl. extended an Invitation m. The Seniors fill
meet at 5: 00 p m. The
U.S. 90 N..r Stockton
Lincoln Douglass Committees Youth Groups will have

( FINANCE YOUR BEEF I To Stage Feb. 12 Memorial Fete Morning complete worship charge service of DREAM

___J o\ \ The Premier Way No Money Down Arriving -at the Lincoln of the nation's finest Sunday January 27. BOOK

se\\ FOUR MONTHS TO PAY Memorial at high noon. citizens and organiza Youth Day.

HEAVY WESTERN organizations-f al. tions.. It is expectedthat Sun day. Jan. 20 Church
civic and social this celebrationwill School begins at I):00

Cut end Wrapped churches and schools set the stage fora am. with T.V. Huger.

/ BEEF 39 will Join the historic full year of meaningful superintendent in charge

LI. wreath tying ceremony commemoration. The This service. and the

that has been participated Morning worship service
Lincoln-Douglass Centennial -
in by the military Committee is beginning at 10:55 with
order of the Royal: Rev F D. Wilson pastor
OUR FAMOUS $ DOLLAR SALESMOKED working in croperationwith bringing the message -
Legion since the assas- the Emancipation supported by the

sination of Abraham Centennial Commission of United Choir, will be

SLAB BACON. ... 3 IBS. $ O O Lincoln.Anthem will The be National sung by the National District of Associationof ColumbiaThe held Washington in School the Carver, George 2854 Elementary W.-

world renown concert Colored Ibmen Clubs r
FIRST CUTPORK s invi -
An
45th Street.
artist Charlotte Hollo-
The Washington Parks De
CHOPS 3 and the Marine tat ion is extended to
- .. LaS. mani partoent, the Washington
Band'has the honor of all who wish to attendour
PORK Convention Bureau, and
services.

1 SHORT RIBS TnT 6 '-IS. casion-closing playing faring with this oc all eking many other this one groups of the in Wednesday, Jan 23 and,

choral and Mid-week Prayer
bands groups
PORK most outstanding eventsto Bible Study will be held 1
the thousands In attendance -
NECK BONESS.10 Joining in take place during .in the Hut Friday. Jan.
u,
1963-The Tear of the
the United Choir
25,
'God Bless
FRESH GROUND singing '' Centennial of the will rehearse in the hut
America. Emancipation Froclaaation. -
BEEF 3 at 8:00 p.1LEarnest
.... ... ... ...... us. Immediately followingthis I Watson husbandof
historic event,
BRISKET KXJGLAS5 TO SHARE SPOT- Mrs. >Rudyne Watson,
over 2.000 citizens 0 fall
STEW II CUT assistant organist of
.. ..: ... . SLK.I .' races creeds and INTERPRETATIONS SF 1I1 DREAMS
will Frederick Douglass, the the church has been re-
nationalities assemble -
friend of Abraham leased from the Brewster
FLORIDA GRADE "A"FRYERS at the Departmental LUCKY NUMBERS FBI EACN DREAM
Lincoln will share the Hospital and is now at
Auditorium of the
LIMIT spotlight in this. celebration home. He was injured Ina
LI.25c Labor Department in a BASED UPON TIE SCIENCE
as his birthday motorcycle-car acci-
tribute to the living
is February 14th and dent sustaining a fractured OF NUMEISLBCY
and listen to the
during this period, leg. The pastor
leaders discuss the
throughout the nation Rev. F.D. Wilson, made
Ciirad challenge of the new .

HAMS KMWMLE'" 39cWATCNTHEKENkNIGHTSKOW century. and the and world teachers, historians hospital several visits and consoledhim to the COMPLETE LINE IF ZfiUI'Sssitim 11111&.(

President John F. Kennedy -
will be talking of the with pr'ayers. and.
e.. ., Cot Stiect 69. : has been invited, .
relationship between spiritual consolation.Real -- - -
as the homred speaker.The MAIN
Planning Committee Abraham Lincoln, the prayer for others a s

for this day's commemoration great emancipator and includes asking that ., AT ASAiSSpsi
Frederick the be strengthened tsj
Douglass they
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A f Of Mercy Nursing Home, located at
.5 "S. 4410 Moncrief Road the former location of Ander-
: i S son Nursing Home. The new ultra modern facility is operated by prominent business

leader, Mrs. Azzee Anderson Parker and is replete in service facilities for 50

patients and also has 10-private rooms. Shown above
are a portion of the services,
religious, civic-social leaders, many of whom participated on the dedication program

lower photoleftshows) exterior of building surrounded by spacious grounds. Hundreds

of interested spectators in attendance expressed best wishes: for the success of the
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S ., \ .3 2 College Students JailedFor --- Esso Awards

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r jTjti a 4 Aiding Mississippi Negroes Observance SundayThe 50,000 To. UNCF

NET YORK The United
CLARKSDALE Miss.---
took them to headquarters Negro College Fund has
Two
students from Jacksonville Alumnae
and searched received $50,000 from
'Michigan were jailed Chapter of Delta Sigma
the truck. Officersthen the Esso Education Foundation -
when they arrived here Theta, Inc will celebrate -
charged Donaldsonand to help with the
S: x n .'"xaR with food, clothing, the organization's
;;? 5 Taylor with poses- aid given each year by
and medicine for golden anniversary'Sunday
Negroes -
sion of narcotics. the College Fund to
being harassed at 4 p. m. with a
Band was set at $15,000 thirty-two privately
for trying to vote. program: in.B. F Lee
1 each and they were held supported colleges and
Local police said the Auditorium at Edward
in jail pending actionby universities in eleven
shipment included Waters College
nar- the Coahoma Southern States.;
County
cotics donated The public is invitedto
: by doc- grand Jury. National The grant was one of
I tors in Louisville, share in the tribute
Ky.,
civil rights groups the largest in the F.ssofoundation'
from whence the truck- recently paid to the
began protests and legal 8 aid-to-
load of material sorority's founders and
was action to free education program for
sent. The physicians others during the
the 1962-63 academic
__ ____ them.
mm swore there national observance of
...'I were no year.
... sedatives Among those callingUpon the event last Jan. 12
-.u. or narcoticsin The $50,000 check was
Y-esi' Wi All Talk .-- Holiness JubileeProgrammed --' Pine Forest! ,Host : the truck when it the U. S. Attorney.='-' and. 13 in Washington.DC. presented to William J.

( NEED Court left Louisville. General for help was Trent, Jr. United Negro
STEPBy Of
For Honor Ivanhoe Donaldson and Methodist Bishop EdgarA. Sunday's program will College Fund executive
Marcus
H. Boulware Attorney Earl V. Johnson Benjamin Love Baltimore, ghlighted by the
Taylor, both director, by Robert 0.
Last week, I mentioned that a speech contains Saturday NightThere chairman Cherokee 21, were arrested after president of the South- showlng_of films and "Goodykoontz. vice president -

I several steps dependent upon its purpose. I began District, presided at their arrival at the ern Conference Educa- tape recordings of the in charge of the

'f with a discussion of the "attention step." The will be a Saturday the Court of Honor held Fourth Street DrugStore tional Fund ( SCEF) nation's observance capitolMrs. in the Eastern Esso Region of

next step is what is called the "need step." night Holiness Jubilee at Pine Forest Elementary operated by Aaron New Orleans. SCEF was Humble Oil & Refining
Wlnona Cargyle of
If the purpose of the speech is *o give infor- program at the School, on Jan. 2. Henry, state NAACP one of the groups that the local chapter Comp any. Standard Oil

mati6n. the Jspeaker-snows: ih.vthS.nee.d.!! Jtepf? Church of the Lord_Jesus Troop 147 handled the president. The store is sponsored the relief honored was Company (N.J. ) and six
the
during
i: that -the audience needs the- information, which Latter Day Saints, located opening ceremonies. !5.:: a receiving station for shipment.The of its affiliated companies -
J. Jones. Principal oPine f national celebration.Mrs.
he proposes to 'give. on Helena Street aid to starving people Southern Christian provide the
Forest School, gave Hettie L Mills is
If the purpose of the speech.is: :to convince,+the and Castellano avenue an inspirational talk. in' the Delta area of Leadership Conference leader of the local financial support forth

speaker endeavors to make the audience believe beginning at 8 o'clock. Troop 147 of Fine Mississippi.The (SCLC), Atlanta, headedby chapter e Esso Education

that there is a "need for a change in the status p.m. Forest School won the young men arrivedat Dr. Martin L. King, rr Fo undationiMgiWHAlK
t QUO." For example, in All talents of the city the store Jr. asked the Depart- -
I a proposition urging a Court of Honor Award. before it .- --- -
tax deduction, the speaker points out that and friends have been Troops 173. 175, 193. was' open, so they went ment of Justice to in- : .eJEfED'IO! ? ( : LEMON AND tIME'_
invited to come out and .
presently people of low income to( sleep vestigate. --- -
groups are too 145 md 79 also participated to wait for -
4 heavily burdened with taxation so much so that take a part in the pro in the Court 0 f Henry.Police found them

there is a need for a change in the present gram. Honor.
Mrs. J. B. Butler is '
system. Other scouters partici- Wilkins Urges Funds
sponsor and Elder 1. H, StoppageNEW
.. .. ... ... B nn er, pastor. pating in the ceremonies
I. OPEN JOOUSINESS : Sunday at :3 p. mthe' were Rev. Jimmie Wright YORK -- The NAACPis Crow. We believe that CO'Tevery'

GOODSON Fellowship Meeting will Walter Randall, Alexend- proud to have had amefor ejrery penny of Federal '
CLEANERS Announces the : in the
Opening of part crea-
ajiew er Stewart Alvin Thomp- money allotted to
I Can Branch Office at 5504 Avenue 'B. 'Come Where You named convene church.at the Elder above L.H. son. W. Griffin Scout tion of the mood of impatient Mississippi, for example

Get Quality Cleaning at Budget Prices.." Master Jerry Bailey, of j determination of should be withdrawn. A
-- Free Pickup & Delivery Service __ Warren is president.The the American Negro in M'
public is invited. Troop 147, and Charles state which defied the tingling
the Nineteen Sixties,
of the Constitution, which
I (bm3li ttee. .7A4CF Executive Secretary spits upon the Supreme time!
Roy trilkins told _
were made Court and which expresses ; h
C. Downing members of the Association officially, Mrt-CqacOMFA- ;. i T MAKES, ICE-CUAR TEEM: -.-.TMArrWHT It S SO COCO!
at its 54th --
annual -
InTO the Cherokee contempt for the President -
Sim- meeting here on Monday of the United
January 7-
States, should not receive -
This mood, he indicated
( 18-50 a nickel of United
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demand by Negroes and
Exams my pride, it would not
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SPORTING IT UP Top Middltwiighfs Headline Sox Tr.lI.S.ltll Ax :

Rattlers To Recieve

IY c. PAINAM mm All -Star S pportta| CardFLCRENTINO Apirkio;

LITTLE ROCK APPEARS TO BE the unwanted step- .

child In the International League. There are two .. N. Gtt 3 OritlisLUIS W. A. Scott Trophy

things to remember If you please. The first Is _ =_f

that Little Rock was 'once a member of the now WASHINGTON. D. a----The tattlers' of Florida A. and M. Uni-

defunct Southern Association. The second Is that n versity, Tallahassee, unbeaten in the 1962 ootball season, have

the Southern Association barred Negro players t r been named recipients of The W. A. Scott, II, Memorial Trophy,

It Is somewhat understandable why Y annual championship award of The 100$ Wrong Club of the.AtJaataa

Gabe Paul, president of the Cleveland Indians Dally Wnrlri, Atlanta Ga.

wanted a clearance on the player situation. It &! M
is clearly understood that with Little Rock com xy Symbolic of the Negro hold their 28th annual feated in the last two

ing into the International League, there will Y national: football championship All-f?orts Jamboree and season Florida has captured

be some Negro players on the team but what Gabe the coveted salute a number of out- the Scott Trophyin

Paul wanted to know was what will be their 3 trophy honors the memory standing 1962 sports five of the eleven

status in Little Rock. of the late founder-, figures. Concurrentlywith years that it has been
in competition. ,The
IN A CERTAIN CITY A GREAT performance was publisher- ed1 tor. of the Dr. Thompson's an-
...... Gaithermen shared the
scheduled that would take its place among the -....: Atlanta newspaper, first nouncement Club coordinator -
APKICIO national chanplonsMp ina
great happenings of the age, but to a very large successful Negro daily Marion E.

degree, there were some disappointments and of HILARIO MORALES CHICAGO -- White Sox In the United States.Mr. Jackson, World sports 1954-four-way tie and

course some criticisms. When a new player on a FERN/NDEZ shortstop Luis Apricio Scott, II, was an editor, and Ralph J Robinson gained undisputed recog-
nition of title in
and outfielder-infieldei 1957.
baseball team goes into the lineup, he fells like All-An eric an quarterbackat chairman of theClub's
Ford, who copped twelve Al 1959 and 1961A
Frofessional Smith, both of whom
he is capable of doing anything. He is watched Boxing on wins Morehouse College, rating committee? committee
straight before headed
byDr.
big time basis will had expressed unhappiness -
a Atlanta in the mid- reported the championship -
from head to foot. Everything he does during the
losing a split decisionto Thompson and including
of late in
in
begin the Jacksonville -
twenties. The selection
game or a practice session Is closely watched Coca-Cola of
bj Cliff in Miami, will Mr. Jackson and MossH.
being members of the
Coliseum Fl
on Friday Company of Atlanta is ori da.
the manager and the coaches. After spending a be out to this Kmdri Washington
avenge X.
January 25, 1963, when team, were traded this the sponsor of the award Coach A. S. 'Jake"Gaither's '
while with the club and thinking he has: every- Florenti Fernandez of defeat, in a welterweight week to the Baltimore D.C. public relations

thing made, the coach calls him in and tells :Kiami meets with Hila- bout that should Orioles for four playersThe which 1953. was initiated in was named the Hattlers"nation'sNo. firm head, representingThe

him, "Kid, you have great potentials but you be 'a thriller. Three Sox. in an effort Coca-COla Company,
rio Morales, of Los According to Dr. A 'L 1 AF small collegeteam
are not quite ready." What a disappointment, other bouts, two three to bolster their American held a press conferenceat
Angeles in a top ten Thompson. Club president for 1962 while UFI
what.a let down, but what can the poor fellow do? minute and a four League pennantchance's the time of Orange
round middleweight fight the tattlers" will be rated the team second to
WHO IS ANY MAN THAT CANNOT stand criticism? Justa rounder will make up the obtained relief Blossom Classic to an-
Fower hitting Fernandez honored in Atlanta on Mississippi Southern in
few days ago, two professional football coaches balance of the 34 roundOr pitcher Hoyt Wllhelm. nounce starstuddedgroup
called the hardest hit- February 1. at which the small college group-
were relieved of their duties. They Weeb Ron Hansen to be houored at
were ( less) program. shortstop ,
ting middleweight in the time, the tO %erR will ing for the year. Unde
Eubanks of the Baltimore Colts and Paul Brown of ring today will meet All bouts will consistof outfielder Dave Nichol the All-Sports Jamboree.

the Cleveland Browns. Those men would never have Morales the Mexican three minute rounds, son and rookie third

1 been cut loose if their work had been above Middleweight, champ in of a card that promisedto baseman Pete Ward. Wills' Cop Mays May Join $100.000. Circle .
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criticism. When one is dealing with the public, what should be the top be one of the most Han sen, who nas had -

whatever he does he is not going to satisfy professional boxing bout interesting pro fight only full year in the SAN FRANCISCO Widespread He also batted 304.
batted 255 with Top Award belief
everybody and he can just rest assured he is in Jacksonville's his- cards here in years. majors is being his lowest average
22 homers. He saw Army voiced here that Willie .
going to displease somebody. There is just aboutas tory. Promoted by the Jack- service last year and since 1956. '
Boston Maury Sills. will
much need to halt criticism as it is to takea Fernandez, ranked in sonville Boxing Enter- batted only .173 in 71 The elusive Los Angel es Mays raise receive a If he is given a
totaling
bucket of gasoline to out blaze the prise, of which Willie $100,000
put on an top ten middleweights games. Aparicio's lifetime $100,000 contract Mays
Dodgers
shortstop who
automobile. If one cannot stand criticism, he is in the world Bean an off is President, mark is .266 despite making him the fourth will join Joe DIMaggioof
mark last also steals for a player to receive that
In the wrong place In attempting to deal with will be meeting a combination the opening bouts will a .241 the New York Yankeesand
I hits the living, eked out the sum'and the first
Hansen
Negroto
the public.IN boxerpuncherin carry the goodwill of year. Ted Williams of the
top athlete of the
ball and Aparicio pro earn a top salary.In .
A FOOTBALL GAME BETWEEN two Mississippi col- Morales, who has many sport fans who long year award I by:: a one-vote Boston Red Sox, both retired -

leges a few years ago, there was a battle cry achieved a record of will be rooting for pro doesn't, although he has margin over professional regular season play. and Stan Musialof

used by one of the colleges and here is what steady progress in increasing boxing to make a suc- led the league in stolen golfer Arnold Palmer. Willie captured the the St. Louis Cardi-

they said: tld) men for counsel and young men success, in his cessful return to Jackville. bases since 1956. A panel of sports edi- major league home run nals, all who have been

for war. They gave warning that they were not old climb to the title. tors totaling 85 in title with a 49-total, paid $100,000 a season
Don't forget the date,
men and they were not out there for counsel. Morales' with his boxing numbe and representing and drove in 141 runs.
Jsmary 25, 1963, in the 4r.a
Every time they made the statement, an opposing ability will be the Coliseum. leading metropolitan

player was brought to the side lines. Men must pick of many experts to FERNANDEZ dailies voted on a 1 to now its Pepsi

stand on their own feet and must not go around defeat Fernandez, the RECORD 10 point system give for those who ml

squirming and begging mercy. Think of the many Havana Banner, who' makes Won by dec. 10 Wills the mod over Pal- think youn&toyl

players who were cut loose when they thought they every fight a pier nine Won by KO 29 Qr. L mer by: a 62-61 margin. pep l

were doing fine. Some people cannot stand to be brawl. Lost by dec. 0 Wills stole 104 bases -- -

criticised because they think they have reached Taking the place of Lost by KO 1 last year to erase Ty

the point of perfection. Who is perfect at any- almost equal promise on No. Dec' s. _0._ Cobb's* old mark of 96.
the card, is the semi- 40
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thing? 'N' '"" Palmer was 1162's leading

IT MAKES NC DIFFERENCE WHETHER a man in president .' final bout between Tim MORALES' RECOK7 Ijt"r;..." ...Gft money; winner on the ... !"
Ford, of Jacksonville, -
of Yale or president of the Board of Directors ; fairways and won the

of the Chase National Bank when one and Sugar Cliff, of Miami Won by Dec. 11 WI, ..'..., ," .;..<<"=. Masters and Brittish
in what could seriously Won by KO 28 AL SMITHnith t-
Open tourneys
fails he has failed. It is so easy to be the hero among
be called a Lost by dec. 0 who prefers the others f
today and the goat tomorrow. The public cares
cliff-hanger. Lost _by KO 1 outfield to third base, Fullback Jim Taylor of
less about who you are than about what you have
No. Dec's. 0 was asked--along with the Green Bay Packers,
done. A pitcher may pitch a shutout today and --
take finished third with a f
Aparicio--to
come back two or three days later and be knocked 40 a pay .
Jackets cut. He professed plea- percentage of 49, and.
all over the lot. A football player may gallop Upset
sure at being traded in was followed by New
85 yards to a touchdown and find a flag droppedon

the play and have the touchdown nullified. It lint Devils A & T's AggiesIn hope that he can return York Giants' Q1 art er- + ,.., .
to the outfield since back Y. A. Tittle and .o .. .'
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'N.nI.IMn./h.1ut.I
is a heart breaking thing, but it does '
prove Devil's Den the Orioles has one of New York Yankees Outfielder tfiyt-w*Mrt d *.*.*,.,* -..i.
that one man is no more than another when the Eke ThrillerFaced the league's top third Mickey Mantle' lot 1ItII1"I'lIIirIt.' PfPSl.aju'
'f1f1I
chips are down.A tMlMXknWitf NpL
taS Dan in Brooks Robin both of whom were tied ....
by junior OsborneLongworth' aa.k 'Ma, r'
MAY what he thinks is fwifThe lit
MINISTER PREACH soul
a
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and folks will
stirring sermon maybe some say:

tur hearts did burn within while the man talkecby Northwestern's Yellow
GREENSBORO, N.C. Jim
the wayside." Others may say, 'Toor fellow, Jackets pulled one of Jackson. A&T center,

he did a lot of talking, but he said nothing." the season' major upset sank a jump shot from
last Friday night Jan.
In whatever field a man may be engaged in, he the corner as the buzzer
11 when they upset Newtriton's
.might as well prepare to be criticised._ .- .... Blue Devils sounded to give the r 1" .
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55-49 in a cage setto 6
WHEN YOU ARE IlL thriller. the Virginia State College ZI
Trojans In a CIAA
Northwestern took com-
basketball game played
mand from the opening I
You Seek The Best Doctor here last week.
whistle by: running up a
When Your Doctor prescribes Jackson grabbed the rebound -
c 10-4 punt during the
Get Experienced Pharmacists as Maurice Mc-
first four minutes of b
..According to Your Doctor's Hartley missed with a
play forcing the Blue
Y Orders. We use Only The desperation shot from
Dr. c. E. BlackProprietor Best Quality Drugs Devils to tighten their near mid-court and took
defenses. With ei gh tlminu'tes
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'his try. The ball rolled
of playing
3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOUA elapsed the Blue Devils lazily around the rim to Pn
drop with the buzzer anda s
COMPLETE LINE OF had surged within two'
rousing cheer from the
Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries points--10-8--of their packed house.

arch rivals.In .
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED -
The Aggies took
I the second period a com-
Stanton had regained sanding early lead, 'six healthy children of Mr and Mrs. Rufus L Dukes stand as evidence'Carnation is the healthy family

scoring 16-points in the milk with extra Vitamin D for sound teeth and straight sturdy bodies! Left to right Glenrose. 15;

Lilly's Drug Store I,their fully shaky recovered start from with first four-minutes of Olivia 17; Mr. Dukes holding cute little Cary, 2; Clifford 10; Mrs. Dukes; Christopher 8; and Carl 12.


Bernard rebounding Gregg handlingthe chores play Virginians while to holding one field the "Carnation puts the sunshine in their smiles'7"Every .

1907 KINGS ROAD EL 3-8276
with finesse and the goal and a free throw.

fast, breaking of Mc- led Co-captain all Hugh Evans one of my'children started on Carnation-and Their family was featured as Family of the Moatfe"in ., .
scorers with 24-
Padden and Myers. Stan- stayed on Carnation!" declares their remarkable young a recent issue of Cart Magazine.
points and his
Aggie
ton outscored their mother Mrs. Rufus Dukes. Both Mr. and Mrs. Dukesare "The main thing in a family this size is to be sure they

'DSNERS rivals 18-7 and at half- team.ate. Maurice Mc- still in their 30's and already have a lifetime of achievements all get plenty of the right nourishment If the children

SkTntonabrighter time led by a 26-17 H ertl ey, took second behind them. are healthy, everything else will take care of itself," Mf*.
= place with 23. Jackson
tally. Rufus Dukes is manager of a leading auto agency in Dukes believes. "Carnation is our favorite milk for every-

The Jackets defensemenled had 14, and Cunningham Chicago.He served with the United States Air Force after thing-drinking, cereals, coffee, cooking. You should see

by John Pugh and led the Virginians with attending college. The Dukes are developing a 280-acre what it does for my meat loaf!" (See recipe beiew.) Ben

/illotor. Harry Britton held Stan- 21-points. farm on which they have built a spacious country home when you add an equal amount of water Carnation is

ton's fast breakers to ,. and are completing a luxurious summer-winter resort. richer than sweet,whole milk.

eight points while Tel- UJ5.Dtpt-ef Af rieultui*fUtufixxtk:,.ComfXMitiaa of Feed*

adge Dawsey and Os- ORDER FUEL t t'. .. ,, r-----, .. -Co

borne Longworth 'penetrated recipe: \L =
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defenses at will to s -'-- --. CARNATION'S STAY-MOIST MEAT LOAF I II
sKin -- -. I
score 17 points to tie RED I Always juicy-never crumble I

-I the score at 34-all at small ) undiluted
can
ASH! % cup ( I
.... to.. A the close of the third ;. I CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK

We ... period. OJ !>/& pounds ground beef I

....llhe Going into the final FUEL I 1 V4 cup fine cracker meal 1 I
egg t
.._ period the Jackets con- VJ cup chopped onion
Ate...M tinned to dominate the ( 1 teaspoon garlic salt ; I II
VJ teaspoon salt
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play for the season'slII"or '
_; 1 tablespoon prepared mustard
upset.In I
z Mix Ingredients together. Place .in leaf'
the preliminarygame ...... 011 ........ 1 pan. Bake in' moderate oven (33'S*F.) b I L I

the Blue Devils All SII Is let & }fill I CL The Doctor recommended Carnation for Gary and of I about 50 minutes. Let stand on a wire "astiss. I ICOUM
ltwks .asn defeated rack about 10 minut* before removing
junior varsity ..... "
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tin i4t Aft.fIG him Carnation after formula days ..,.. ..
the Baby Jackets 2822. +- we kept on to serving Platterg iMkMSMdium '>,*i c...*.Mt c *
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li Hilf.i f Senators
High School Athletes Cited For Interracial Gesture ,

1 Win ftlr BistlMll TMS U. 72-58 In Salary Hassle

NASHVILLE Playing Next SpringST. ,

their first game before Leads Conference WASHINGTON Washington -

( 5,500 fans in the new PETERSBURG As :," Senators' Jack of
ATLANTA Clark College's -
all
Trades Chuck Hinton
lIultl"million-dollar expected, the Gibbs
city Auditorium Tennes- Junior College Cobras high-flying who now operates a
s ', Panthers blasted
Fisk
I see State's hardwood will field a baseball k posperous insurance
G3r University in Atlanta business to his sa.aer-
crew nipped the Uni- teas next saaester. Dr.
Tuesday night for their tine baseball
playing,
versity of Hawaii five John W. Rembert of-
fifth consecutive con- disagreed last
73-68 last Saturday ficially announced that sharply
.....Jl# ference victory. week with Senators'
night. the institution will engage -
Gaining the scoring ad- General Manager George
In their second outing in intercollegiate
vantage after four Selkirk
looming
over a
\ since returning from a competition in keeping
'r minutes of play, the salary raise.
two-week Hawaiian cage with a request that Negro -
': tour Coach Harold Hun- institutions Emphasize Clark team never relinquished Hinton. who feels that

t the lead and he has made
ter had to call for baseball in their a tremendous

I his two-in-the corner athletic activities. wrapped up a 72-58 contribution to the

freeze with 2:49 left in Branch Rickey, senior t t' victory. They are yet floundering Senators

the game to protect a consult eat to the St. H BP undefeated in regular with a .310 batting
season play. average. 17 homers and
slim Louis
margin. Cardinals had
OIL The Panthers, coachedby 75 RBI's said he would
earlier asked
Picking up their 12th Dr. Rem- _
win against three losser bert, President of the ___ Leon-Idas Epps. holdout for an $8,000
wrested an eight point raise to boost his salary -
the to
Big Blues took College, spearhead a
better than 11 minutesof drive to boost baseball.In lead from the Bulldogsat to $20.om.

the first half to commenting on the UKOULj: I halftime. Following When contacted about

forge ahead 19-17 for baseball project, Dr. intermission they exploded Hinton's demand. Sel
kirk said he didn't believed
on a scoring -
keeps on Bill Bradley'sfdstbreak Renbert said 'baseball

crip. offers one of the U I spree which gave themat full stardom.Ninth had. adding reached,
time
27
one a point
Last
Friday greatest opportunitiesto
nignt the lead. "If Chuck can have the
Big Blues trailed after young men. not onlyas n iii same kind of year in
Two New Yorkers paved
seven minutes but reverted a recreational pastime 1963 he had in 1962. I
to their famous but al so as a the way for the Clark would be the first to

jet-assisted break to highly profitable l victory. In the first say he's then entitledto

hobble Mcltirray College career. In light of this half Reginald Gardner what he now wants

94-71' in Kean's Little and the fact that st. kept the nets hot with 'But he's only had
Garden. Fetersburg has been a YOUTHS HONORED FOR SPORTSMANSHIP---The cake says "Hats Off to Lincoln High" and it reflects acity's lay-up shots. Walter one pod: year. We don't

pride in an example of 'outstanding sportsmanship." Members of the football and cross Simpson took the helm in know whether he's goingto
Willie Porter, 6-7 leading city for baseball -
I pivo ton an from Winston- training many years country teams at Milwaukee s Lincoln High School recently donated $100 as a memorial to two white the second period, live up to that year.
boys from other high schools here who were injured fatally in athletic competition--not scoring consistentlyfrom
Salem; North Carolina Gibbs Junior College involving I would love to become
supplied the firepower; plans to organize and Lincoln. The Lincoln athletes got the money by passing up their annual athletic banquet. When word the floor and convinced but I'm not

t with 18 points. Edmonds field its first baseball of their generous action got out. a speciak banquet was promptly arranged to honor them, sponsored driving in for close yet Selkirk concluded.

and Smith were team." by Robert A. Uihlein Jr., president of the Jos. Schlitz Brewing Company uihlein termed the gesture range goals.It .

close behind with 16 One of Gibbs' students by the Lincoln boys "one of the finest examples of outstanding sportsman ship...an unselfish tribute cones as no surprise -

G each. Lexington, Ky.- will soon don a major which in itself deserves tribute." Guest speaker at the special banquet was Jesse Owens (right) to Clark fans that

born 6-8 Bill Smothers league uniform. Nathaniel great Olympic track star, shown here cutting the cake with Uihlein. Gathered around are (left to the Panther squad is Alexander's Pack

)! chipped in 14 points and Oliver, one of right; Darol Robarge, Lincoln football coach; Obbie Sartin Jr. coach of the cross country squad; having a fine season.

grabbed a game-leading Florida's top bonus Ken Wyatt, captain of the Lincoln football team, and Hubert Canfield. cross country captain. The Cl ark1 tes came in Draw Coach's Ire

20 rebounds. .. babies a few years ago third in the conference
tournament at Tuskegee Denver. Colo. Both
Last Saturday against is expected to play
second base for the Los last year after being Denver Broncho president
Hawaii, Edmonds filched Althear Eyes Fairways Crown
20 of the Tigers' 50 Angeles Dodgers next Nuxhall Comeback Player Of Year nosed out by tournament md coach were disclosed

rebounds and produced a2opoin season. Dodger hopeful : winners Florida A and M last week to have ex-
by four points. TTith pressen 'shock' 'over
t-scorin; g-lu l vo.-_Qliver.spends his off- .
I Hunter's flashy guard season at the College ball CINCINNATI story of- 1962 NO base- 8. hurling 7 1/3 frames.On only one exception that Kermit Alexander's decision -
was
and team's leading studying faa degree in August 18 Nuxhall '; ; entire team is back for to play pro
more heart-warming and t" ",, ": this year's action.Football football with the Sao
scorer Smith floatedin physical education responded with one of -. ," ':'
welcome than the brilliant -
with 19. Bill Ir 4j. L Francisco 49ers insteadof
Bradleythe comeback of'Hamilton the greatest games of *"" .M "
smallest mm on the Joe" his career as he pitcheda : ;!ji Star the Bronchos.
Nuxhallfor
quint (5- 10) Providing the verbal
got 12 the Cincinnati Reds. masterful gutty. t v,

while Andy Chesser A ft T Colkft's Back on June 10, 1944, four hit eleven strikeout Nationally Cited blast against the for-

helped the cause with Nuxhall pitched two- 12-1 win over the i ac'aA mer UCLA star were Cal
1C salvoes. GREENSBORO. N.C. An Kuntz president of the
powerful Los Angeles JA
thirds of an inning for
ls Curt SlittHOMF Dodgers- honor student and foot- Brochos and Jack Faulknerthe
the Reds almost, two "
SHIllu : ball star at A&T Collegewas tean's coach.Faulkner .
North months before his sixteenth On August 23 he was
recently elected as who said y:::
birthday. Shortly breezing along with a ;>. .
t second vice grand basi- Alexander's action had
3-0 lead over Chicago
Golf Jan. 14--Johnson thereafter he went to r
TovratyFobrairy C. Smith leus of the Omega Psi shattered his faith "in
19-North Carolina the minors and struggled when.he had to leave ,

26-Winston-Salem Col.'. for years to make it the game with a pulled .t :1 a Phi Fraternity.Jesse the honesty of young men
T.
Jackson. Green- like him
Alexander
18-22 muscle after four Inn- ( ) ,
31-St. Augustine Col. buck finally being successful ai ville. S.C. a major In disclosed that the fleet
Feb. 6 in 1952, the ings. The, Reds won 14-3 :
--Shaw University
applied sociology and footed, all-around halfback
MIAMI -- plans but Joe couldn't
are receive -
first of his nine full
12-North Carolina Col. who has earned honor had assured him and
nearing the completion ... seasons with the Reds. credit for the
*- AWAY roll status for the last
Kuntz
stage for the annual win. i i that he would not
On. 24. 1961. he
January
I North-South Golf Jan. 11-Pajetteyllle Teach. six-consecutive Quarters Jake a deal with any
Tournament His fifth win withouta
traded to Kansas
12--Shaw University was was elected to the club without
first
-
consulting
to be setback
held at Miami the came on Sept
City and spent entire -
Springs: Country Club 17-Virglnia St. Col. 5. to-3. over the Cubs. highest post in the Fraternity them.
1961
with
Feb. 2-Johnson C. Smith season available to
Feb. 18T2.According Nuxhall pitched two an
the Athletics in the
9-Winston-S. Teachers ill-- undergraduate student * *
to Ray Mitchell American League. ganes without a decision
16-North Carolina ::
I' the event'sfounderdirector 20-Norfolk State Col. Big Joe was reluctantat and then in his last J
Col.
the 22-Hampton Institute first to go to the '1962 action. Sept. 22. CHERRY'S BAR
\ quality of play has Improved Joe had a 1-0 lead over
minors he felt he r
CIAA Tournaaent--Iinston- as was -Cocktail Lounge Cordial AtmosphereWHERE'
as well as the still capable of pitching the Phi is when he
Salem--February OLD
28, FRIENDS
Marl
IIEET
size of the field each the strained his elbow and
in majors. He
2. 1843 Kings Road '
""""""""" El 3-8099'
year in both the men's the first man in the ,1l
consented to to San
go / .. 1138 Wt Adams _
--
---
1: ; ------------- El 3-7451
aad>omen's. div1s1Qn..yrs .... with the provisionthat fifth homered and Joe. < j< < _
--.... r .- .....- ., Diego
he would receivethe hod to leave the game. ALTHEA GIBSON, former U. S. and Wimbledon -

/P -* INDEPENDENT Oil I CO. opportunity to start Joe had homered himself. tennis champion expected to win similar

/ in regular rotation. honors in golf if her short game (putting)

KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY Manager Don Heffner of becomes improved. Miss Gibson is a natural

Ike MECHANIC ON DUTY the Padres: obliged and Edward Waters power hitter, observers say. She will appear F
Joseph ---------------------- Proprietor
Joe proceeded to burn with other top golfers in the annual
State and Jefferson Streets ----- EL 6-9432
up the Coast League. North-South Golf Tournament next month

In 15 games and eleven Basketball Slate in Miami where she won the women's title I

ROYAL ART STUDIO starts Nuxhall won nine last year.

and lost two with seven 12 Morris Sinter ----
515 DAYIS STREET
complete games., three 14 Lane Here Y

Irier Now at Reduced Prices shutouts and a 3.>21'"\R.be '. 17 Albany State Here

Photo Cards '! Reds purchased his 19 Bethune Cookaan Here PATRONIZE ..
Jt.
contract on July 18 with 26 Paine Augusta Clay Seeks ( ', '. rl
.
lidifideals Faiily imps Joe to report on July 28 Allen Columbia Star Advertisers 1" ..... .

Clubs 21 and big. good-natured 29 Voorhees Denmark Ted's Aid "

*%ix" was 'Back home
Black & White Color again." Professional Boxing i

'
Selli.Till In his first action.

Quality Photographs July 22. Joe defeatedNew JAX COLISEUM Friday January 25 8 BOSTON Young Cassius
York in relief and p.m. Clay, *o had no trouble

Churches- ills Socials in his next two relief with veteran Archie

iial EL 4-18S4 chores did okay and was Maia Event 10 Rounds Moore nor with wo rdsas --

credited with one turned to talking

4 's av e" about his tax troublesto
You Don t Have to Go to Town to Get He started on August 4 FLORENTINO FERNANDEZ Sen. Edward (Ted)

and defeated New York Celia El Toro of Miami brother.In Kennedy. the President's

LOW PRICES 3-2 pitching eight Inn-
approaching Sen.
.ings. Joe then won over

On Your ',Houston 4C. on August YS problems.Kennedy about Clay his tax a When Delilah Gave Samson That Famtfs



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FLORIDA STAR SATURDAY JANUARY 1 19 1H3 i
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f Chips Off The Blocks Promoting i Winston Cigarette Sales T i IIasl 50qllt THE STRAND

; bible Feature Startiif SialayIT'S
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8y lay Jay '..ys NEW YORK Following BEYOND BELIEF!

F refusal of the United
The great annexation battle may be likened untoa States Supreme Cburt to

prize fight. The first round has ended with review the conviction of
.
the homeboys ahead on points. Never fear tho. Preston Cobb. Jr. a
13 the proponents of annexation will' come back a- Georgia Negro youth

gain and again.A sentenced to death for

study of the precinct vote will prove in- killing an aged white
. teresting. The observer will' note that the marginin z. : man attorneys for the

most predominately Negro precincts in the iI National Association forth

city was clone. In several precincts with all 9 e Advancement of

Negro registration the vote was against the Colored People announced

measure. Many Negro voters stayed home in pro- that a petition for a

test which did no good at all. Most of the all writ of habeas corpus

colored areas reported from 25% to 35% of the will be filed on behalfof

eligible voters voting. White voters voted on the youth in the U.,$. ,

the average 5 to 1 in favor and had a much higher District Court in lId
-
turnout percentage wise. Georgla.

The question is was there a reason for this L.sa The suit seeks the release *
l. JERRYS LOUDEST LAUGHING HIT!'!
difference? You can bet your life there was. The of the condemned w

white city voter was fighting for his political boy on the ground that JeirLewisNLYMNLL'
6'
life. If the measure had passed the ratio in the CIGARETTE SERVICE---James K. Satterwhite sales promotion repre- he is being unlawfully .:'
city would have been 4 to 1 in regard to the sentative for the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. is seen discussing impri soned. '

nuaoer of white registrants as opposed to Negro the merits of Winston cigarettes with Leroy Hunter, operator o f The.. Supreme Court on
t registrants. At the present time the ratio is the newly opened Hunte s Grocery at 5674 Moncrief Rd.Satterwhitewho Jan. 7 denied the NAACP :

2 to 1. Annexation would have brought in 41.000 is one of many Negroes employed by the Winston andSalem petition for review of

white voters and only four thousand Negro vot- manufactuers was able to provide Hunter's Grocery with an eye- the case. Young Cobb ..--, '-. :...... .
ers. Yet many of our "leaders" were all aglow catching display of his two popular brands.* then 15 years old was
with talk about progress and helped to cut our convicted in 1961 of the BEDRDUIfi
collective throats as per usual. When round DUVAL COUNTY ARMORYFri. r State Music Clinic slaying of Frank Cole- C..tllJ. fills".

two comes up, Mr. Charlie will not be so coy. He man: :Due as. 70-year-old
i will lay it on the line and tell the good white Jan. 25th How In Session Jasper County faraer. SOLID BRICK HOME
At the request of Mrs.
citizens that they had better extend the city TALLAHASSEE -- The

limits if they want to maintain control of this annual Florida State Leatha Cobb mother of

land of ours. We had better not listen to the ADM. Adyance.S1.50 At Door $2.00 Music Educators Association the condemned youth, the OH Yoir Lot

lullabies the proteges of the "big bosses" are Clinic under NAACP entered the case
Tickets Tables August, 1961. Donald L.
the joint sponsorship of
crooning. Theirs is a s mg sung by fools and
IN PERSON Hollo well. NAACP Atlanta $6,700
the Florida State Music
they are looking out for number one, mainly Ebony Record Shopwr ONLY
.,. Educators Associationand lawyer filed a
.
themselves.Had
4
Buster Fords Restaurant the music departmentof motion for anew trial
the pleasure of attending two surprise ;:
Florida A&M Uni- thus securing a stay of 9 NO DOWN PAYMENTNO
birthday parties recently. Friends of Frank
t Hampton surprised him last week. E., J. Norman, "HAYING A PARTY" versity is being held execution which had been CLOSING COST!

Dewey Lesesene and Willa Dean Wells were the Thursday through Saturday scheduled for Septemberof
at Florida A&M University that year.Following .
perpetrators of the plot. Among other gifts,
the honoree received a wallet with a crisp new"CNote" \w SAM here according denial of the
\ to the clinic director, motion for a new trial,
in it. Among guests were Alvin Hamp-
Dr. William P. Fosterwho NAACP General Counsel
ton, Ralph Maultsby, William Weathersbee, Bill
is head of the A&M Robert L. Carter joinedMr.
: Shellman Ida Logan, The Johnnie Stewards, The
"SOMEBODY HAVE MERCY"COOKE music department.The Hollowell in filing
Ernest Jacksons. The Bar-B-Q Singletons and The
I clinic will be held a petition for a writ of : 1tzPAYMENTS
E. J. Normans.
a specifically for choral certiorari in the United
a Nip Sams presided at the refreshment stand.
directors, band directors States Supreme Court.
Other guests were the Lesesenes, Profs. Nairn, .
based their plea
They
string teachers, : on I
and W.D. Sweet, Dr. J.I.E. Scott, Otis weights,
the fact that
Negroes
and public school music
George McClellah and joe Gardner. If we missed *"MOTHING CAN CHANGE THIS LOVE"9 classroom teachers. : hadbeed"systematicallyexcluded

anyone, it was accidental.Mrs. I
Junior and senior from Jasper
Mazie Alexander surprised daughterinlawJewel "BRING IT ON HOME TO ME" high school band direc- County juries for 30
Alexander, with a surprise party Sunday
tors string teachers, years.
afternoon and had guests around for a buffet. and elementary instrumental Because of the youth of

Jewel is girl Friday to Mrs. Mary Betsch of the KING CURTIS"SOUL teachers are Freston Cobb, his conviction -

i Afro. Co-workers and friends helped to make the asked to bring their and death sentence -

affair nice. TWIST" evoked world-wide
---- performing instrumentsto
EAT CROW DEPARTMENT: Dwike Mitchell was in town. the clinic to make up concern. Petitions seeking .
Willie Ruff stopped off in Alabama. Dwike's the demonstration band clemency for him ONLY
and his orchestra $4996
drummer John Harris showed! the boys how drums ahd strittg eniSble.On were circulated in !

should b<* played. Last time we had a wee mixupon -a r ii nr --1 various foreign coun PER MONTH!
names. Also, it twas the Les Elites Bridge ; tries. A two-person
Club which had the nicey, nicey dance party at delegation from The MODEL HOME ON NEW KINGS RB.

the El Dorado. Netherlands visited this JUST NORTH OF ED6EW000

k It. seems to be the latest rage. Quit 'em and go country and talked with

I back. Two remarriages and one marriage hit the the Governor of. Georgiaon HARRISON HOMES, IRC.
news wires last week. The Pollards and the Hill- Ms behalf.Baseball
PHONE PQ 8-8484
4 lards tried it again and a wellknown barristertook
Clubs
unto himself a mate..his second.

Had an occasion to listen to Chick the new Meet SundayThe

organ player at the Lounge. The boys sound real meeting of Jacksonville EDGEWOOD AVENUEDrive

good. end Duval's baseball

TOWN TALK-George ( "Car 54, Where Are You" ) :L' teams and league In Super Market

Henry was not ."fired. from the Jax police officials which
was
On New Kings Rd. U.S. I (Between RR track &: 45th St.)
force, as "D" would tell you; he resigned.... originally planned for
Fir Reservations Call EY 4.3236 or PO 4-9142
Don' t look too hard, but the word is out that Jan 13 will be held

Marion sutton Walker is rehearsing lullabies... Sunday at 12: ?0 p.m. at
In the same katagory is Roslyn (Bus Station Bar) \ West Jacksonville Playground -

Moore, who's busy knitting booties..Annnndddfolk for the purpose

i are still gabbin' about the brush that Continental Bowling of reorganizing.

Robert (former Edge-Lounge organist) Grisby had Free
Dpi 7 day w
with officer A" Yin (the tallest one) James, in FOR
SALE
Manuels shortly after the Grizzly one got back Off 3118 Cleveland Edgewood Lanes Phone 3 Refrigerators I week Delivery

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whether it's Don Tredenick 4
Mayor Haydon
Burns or segregationist Representative George UafiraiskeJ A'arty=at 12 p... PO S 9494

Stallings, who'll be putting up the dough for fOR BENT
the new Jax 'Negro' paper Hugh (Tropicana Mgr.)
429 Vest 18th St.
Wilson is putting together to hit just before
city elections. HIV 2. Bid BIIBSFrifiiiire Plenty

BUT--We doff our Journalistic hats to Hugh for Store
his ingeniousness. An industrious B.W.Ite, he ,
Bit Watir Bntir COONS & POSSUMS
came to the STAR moved to the RooseveltStrandchain

where he nearly moved out some of the top Alt Spici Neater

men..then to lOBS as pt announcer, later toTropicanaDriveIn 1S43Royal MAINe
Apply
etc. Enterprises where he s PICNIC
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