The Florida star
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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: January 26, 1963
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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L What Negro Hired Hoodlums For '60 Riot ? ** Negroes Need Demo Meet In MiamiThere

Assistant Chief H. B. Branch set off a situation as it fomented --would, tell you is no doubt that the NAACP as wellas and states. Any number of hotels, restaurants,

wave of wonderment and some degree of uneasiness ,that unsuspecting, Negro youths (most of the Florida branch of the National Association nightclubs serve Negroes readily and school desegregation -

among colored citizens when he whom had no connecfion-.
''f told a civil rights fact finding group sit-in demonstrations) 'wer'e jumped upon People has been waging a courageous fight incident.On .

last Wednesday that a prominent Negro and beaten by whites while local police for civil rights and the purpose for the other hand, we feel that holdingthe

resident hired hoodlums to stir up stood idly by. which it was named.We convention at Miami Beach will undoubtedly

the August 1960 race riots.In ,The beaten boys fled from downtown to understand that as humans we are all subject help to break down more segre-

view of the fact that axe-handle armed Ashley Street where they were reinforcedby to err..and we believe that the Florida NAACP gation barriers in Florida.We .

platoons of whites bivouaced in Hemming gangs who then returned downtown to has committed an error that could be very costly, cannot afford to drive away business

Park from dawn of the Saturday the riot- seek revengs.As when it sent out telegrams opposing the possible that will indirectly benefit Negroes.

.;. ing broke out, it is hard to conceive how for a prominent Negro hiring hood use of Miami Beach as a site for the 1964 Demo- This would be like cutting off your nose

Asst. Chief Branch could imply that hood- lums. .we think, Asst. Chief Branch would cratic National Convention. to spite your face.We .

lums marching abreast, "knocking peopleoff blT rendering l the community a great ser- We do not feel that'It is wise to oppose are not attempting to lambast the Florida

the sidewalks' as he put'' t, could vice to name this 'prominent N gro- the use of Miami Beach for the con- NAACP for its action, as hasty as it was, but

have touched off the riots.A for the Negro citizens deserve to know *vention because there is segregation and we do hope that other Negro leaders and groups

more accurate description of the e- who among us is guilty of perpetratingsuch ;;Bother' forms of discrimination in various who have had a chance to be more reflective would

n'ats: from persons who watched the a deed... parts of the state.No urge the Democratic National Committee to strongly -

-- one can deny that Dade County is moving at a consider Miami Beach, Florida as the site for
* * * * * * fairly decent pace compared to many other cities the 1964 national convention

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Challenges Committee i Airs
Masonic Group .
ratal Treatment Chimed
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Following Traffic Citation Grand Master's ElectionA g

Petition challenging the election of Spring Trap
A suit seeking $75,000 in damages a-
Robert Bradley Grand
tis Master of the .
gainst a St. Johns County Sheriff and his GAINESVILLE TWo sheriffs -
Most Worshipful Union Grand Lodge of 'the
j two' .deputies was filed Jan. 10 in the U. Most Ardent and Honorable Fraternity of deputies, masquerading -
S.. District Court Middle District of as a man and woman -
Free and Accepted Masons of Florida hasbeen two
Florida. *
filed in Duval County Circuit Court
Joseph Eubanks,. a resi- is asking that damagesto it was announced here!. ., men here last Sunday
dent of Brooklyn, N. Y., the amount of$25,000 The petitioners are standing during the night in what appears to

claims that on the nightof each be levied by the officers and membersof April 17, 1962 electionand be a 'break in a seriesof
Sept. 1, 1962, he court against Sheriff lover's lane robbery-
the Grand Lodge, that his attempt to
Davis and Deputies rape attempts here
was driving his automo- namely, Charles L. become financial has
bile on a public highwayin Haney and Johnson. Taite, Keslie Snoddy, not been approved to Charged-with assault
St. Johns County: when Attorneys Earl M. with intent
S. S. Scriven, R. R. date.
he was stopped by Depu- Johnson and Robert Bailey, H. M. Young, Bradley, the complaint --- ( and Maxie Adell Turner.James 23.25.
ty Sheriff D. J. John- Gray are representing Ezell Everett _
continued, failed to receive -
both are now
and cited for reck- Eubanks.Police.
son .Herricks, Damon Dell, a majority of at Alachua
under guard
less driving., WevnilrRecapture .."MarldnT. ;. Brows;alude'-'-votesrequiredby-: .. Gene rat Hospital until

Claims Mistreatment Keys, Albert' Perry, Albert -, Charter elections. they are physically able
The plaintiff further Perry and Fred the votes for the three to be arraigned

claimed that Deputy ArtistAllen Alexander.In candidates being: Rudolph INEQUITIES CITED-Meeting here in Jax Civic Auditorium Wednes- Deputy John Yarborough

Johnson radioed for Escape challenging Bradley Bradley,123 votes; day, the Florida ,Advisory Committee to the U. S. Civil Rights.: and Deputy Henry Parker

Deputy Haney and that he Will ions, 26. of s election to the Fred Alexander, 103 Commission heard varying testimony concerning employment oppor- in WOlHU)' s clothes, reportedly -

was "rudely pushed and 1125 Community Court, Grand Master post, the votes and R. Reche tunities, educational inequities, and other matter affecting Du waited 13

shoved" around while whose jail escapes date petition ,claims that the Williams, 72 votes, val' s Negro populace. (Florida STAR Photo) nights to trap the suspects -

undergoing a search by back to 1958 was back Grand Lodge was denied total votes cast, 298. after two women

the two officers. in the clutches of the the privilege to determine According to the petition Duval Job were reported to have
Deputy Haney is then law Tuesday night after important ques- a majority of Say Negroes' been the victims of as-

said to have struck Eu having been wounded by ,a tions touching upon the the votes cast should saults.

banks about the head and policeman during an incident Qualifications of Richard have totaled 150, Brad- Sheriff Joe Crevasse

body several times witha which led to his Bradley's candidacy and ley receiving 27 votes Opportunties LackingMeeting said the deputies were

blackjack, ,the attack recaptu re. as to whether the winnerof less than the majority.. parked in the lover's
being unwarranted and TCLllians, who had gone the election was The petitioners are here Wednesday are forwarded to the Park; Carlos B. Fernandez lane wooded area when

l unjustified,' Eubanks AWOL from city prison' determined in a manner asking the court to during an all-day ses- Civil Rights Commission.In Miami; Mrs.C. James and Turner approached -

stated the beating was farm Tuesday morning was set forth in the charter take jurisdiction over sion, the Florida Advisory addition to Lewis, D. JohnsonQuincy; the unmarkedcar
intentional and without seen by Patrolman E R provisions governingsuch the parties involvedand Commission to other committee mem- Hal G. Lewis Gainesville at about lam

warrant resulting in Taylor between two elections.It that a temporary the U. S. Civil Rights bers are: I. H. Burney, ; Episcopal Bishop James is said to have
buildings nearby 1107 R pointed a
injury to Eubanks and is also stated that restraining order be Commission learned that Jacksonville, vice H.I. Louttet, Winter
Beaver St where a rob- rifle into the car and
deprived him of his bery had occurred ear R. Reche Williams, instituted against Duval Negroes lacked chairman; C. Blythe Park; Judge Stanley ordered Parker to get

civil rights as a citi- lier. who presided as GrandMaster Robert Bradley from per- equal employment opportunities Andrews, Tampa; Mrs. Milledge, Miami; Rev.E. out of the car.

zen of. the United Taylor, reports dis- during the elec- forming duties as Grand due to in- Mable Norris Chesley, C. Tillman, Daytona Parker followed the

States.Taken close, tion was unable to Master cf the Grand Quities from lack of Daytona Beach; Rev. Beach and Mrs. Charles order and when Japes

To Jail maintain order, thus Lodge until the duties proper educational Caxton Doggett, Winter Williams, Miami. spotted the officer's
Further charges reveal : making it impossiblefor and obligations of the facilities. trousers he (James) attacked -
that Eubanks was then the petitionersand organization has been Attorney Earl M. John- Two Local Women Victimized Parker During

taken to and lodged in other members to settled by the court. son told the committee"We Trick Artists the scuffle, Faricer hot",
the county jail by set their objections Ernest D. Jackson and have a large num- By Money James in the abdomen

Haney. It was further before the Grand body. Releford McGriff are ber of people workingfor According to police investigators, Jack- Yarborough. had also

reported''' that Haney Willis Further charges reveal attorneys for the pe- near minimum wages sonville is a fertile and lucrative fieldin been ordered out of the

called Johnson and was i: ... that Richard Bradleywas titioners. with the remainder being which flim-flainners find great successto James car by sounded Turner the alarm When,

told to book Eubanks not a member in good .*......... members of the higher -- annly the tricks of their trade. Turner ran from the

with violence resisting in additionto arrestto '. '"" Former Comnittee Woman Seeks professional groups. On Monday. I'rs. Daisy left the scene, saying scene, turned and then
none of whom are makingas Bell Bezel an, 32, of she was gpinp to count advanced toward Yar-

the traffic charges. ,'. .- Aid For Nearo Community much as $3 an hour." 1610 E. 28th St. told the money and returnedfive borougi: who fired wounding
Eubanks said he was who were He cited lack of edu- police she was enrouteto mimtes later. Turner who fled to-
eventually released .{C Jacksonville City other women the Springfield Bank ward the woods
: : ; to have attended the cation in the vocation The conversation among
under a $100 appearance Council's Tuesday unable to field made it impos- to secure a loan when a the three continu ,and Jaaes was takea to the
f bond on the traffic ALLEN WILLIAIS night's meeting dealt-- meeting were sible for Negroes to man approached her and Mrs Bozeman was askedto hospital fcy officers and

chargee and under a .Attempted Foiled seemingly--more with re- for various. .reaaoas.r. .. seek employment in those asked her if she had give -the group some Turner accompanied byhlF.

$2,000 bond for resistance * queets from its citi- .1 fields. done business with banks money in good faith and wife arrived there

of arrest to halt for Questioning zenry than the normal ft Criticized by Johnson previously. She answered she complied by giving for treatment of a gunshot

r and violence. and when th.e escapee order of things relative ': for what Chairman George to the affinative and the trio S 170. She was wound shortly aftec.
failed to do shot ...........
Faces HearingOn so. to operating the city Lewis II of Tallahasseeof then continued on to the then told to go to address -
Sept. 5, 1962 Eu- the prisoner twice, government. bank where she secured
the advisory committee on Main St. to Elevated
banks said he was fined wounding him in the hand While request: leanedin the money. .
4F + termed a "vi- get her share of the
$35 by a St. Johns and hip. favor of more ade- t cious circle" the city Mrs. Bozeman added that loot. The address later

County .judge, L. C. Williams was taken toDUTal' quate sewerage in various civil service board when she cashed a check proved to be erroneousOn
Davis, despite the Medical Center areas of the_city. which was cited as one for $170 the san approached Tuesday afternoon
fact that the St. Johns for treatment of the One councilman who I J I of the main causes for her again and Mrs. Ella H. Lindsley
records show that wows: which were said took it upon himself to aacoapmied her from the
court E Negroes lack of unem- 55. of 929 EL Union was
to have been minor. bank. On the street,
bondwas act as spokesman for the
the anpearance ployment.) approached ty two men at
estreated on Sept. The prisoner is also board, deftly channeledMrs. Johnson said that the tic were joined by a the intersection ofDuval 4
being investigated fora to second who handed
11,.,1982. Dix' requests to other than custodial or man and Market Sts.
which took
her a note which she
Violation of the at service sta- MayorCommissionerHaydon ma in tai nance Jobs In and was told they had
place a
stated was written in
plaintiff's civil tion, 8:30 am. Tuesday Burns, juvenile I the city hall and shorthand which she found $200 in a bundle,
rights were cited undethe rwhen three Negroes armed Judge Lemar Winegate and courthouse, he knew of police reported
5th and 14th Amend. with shoteins and a pistol also to the electrical MARCH OF DIMES curret* no licensed plumbers or could not fathoa.: Themes said half of a.
The first man read the
projects will be the it.
greatly hers
ments. department. electricians in Duval money was
robbed the attendant
note and told the second
;As a result of the of $45.Det. However he did have benefited here Sunday ,* County. Labor unions she would put up some
that he bad found a huge
incident, Eubanks salt I sets. K.O. Hal- one good bit of advice night when Mrs. also failed to given type of security whereupon -
ana of money
that he has suffered l sabeck. B W. Kendall andL for the comnn1ty.lead- Yvonne Crawford--show Negroes jobs he added.f The three then walked Mrs. Lindsley re-
mental and physical, A Haawey said Willis er--that more problems above--anc; a bevy o f Wednesday's meeting portedly cashed checks
r svelte models wil 1: into a store on Eighth DUTY
to Assist
amounting and
$180 an r Secre-
anguish and he was armed with a flight become resolvedif held in Civic Audi
stage the latest li n St. and were Joined ty a tuned, it over to the tary of Stag for public
forced to spend a larg 10-inch blade kitchen core colored citizens tories was another in
Milady fashions Sunday woman who opened a men. She was then told affairs Carl T Rowan
sum of money in seeking knife when arrested. brought them to the the series being con-
night starting a t pocketbook which appeared to go to the fourth was named U s Aabassa
relief from his in- H. Barley, assisted Council during Its ducted throughout
Fatrolnen to be full of
8 o'clock in Club El- floor ot a furniture dor to Finland Ju !9
juries. in the arrest. regular sessions.Mrs. Florida couuni ties.
do rado. aoney The wean then store bf President 'ennedyL
Eubanks said that h It Dix stated that Reports on each meeting


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THE FLORIDA STAll ******* ******; I


Published by the Florida Star Publishing co.

"Ueber! of Associated Negro press' ,

ERIC I, SIMPSON................MxaiMf EiitirALYS8N l li r.. ..

E. WISE................News EiiiirIIL1A r q The 311 largest post offices in the
country, employing more than 60% of the
.IBTEN..CircalatiR. IMaer 580,000 postal employees, have begun an

intensive local_ level program to expandthe
MAIN OFFICE & PLANT J effect of President Kennedy Execu-

tive Order on equal job opportunity in

2323 Moicrief Read....PleH ELjii 4-6782- ; '.S." the Federal Post Office Government.The .
: Department said that
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EL 4-6783 .' specific programs for detailed local
progress in the area of quality of opportunity -

MAILIN6 AIIRESS: IAA P for employment and promotion

P. 0. Boa 561 Jacksonillc 1 Flirida I are being outlined to postmasters and
I : personnel officials from the large post
offices during four one-week
conferences being held at
One tear $6.00 Half tear $4.00 the
University of Oklahoma.In .
1 tti .
Mailed to You Anywhere in the united States .-r-.\ .'_' ;.' a message to the post-

Subscription payable in Advance masters attending the con-

Send Checkor Money Order fn* ference, Postmaster GeneralJ.

FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 .."'! i'. Edward Day directed that

Jacksonville 1, Florida .. J the major offices develop

"technical, comprehensiveand
well-planned programs
touching every facet of postSI? SON


; The local programs will be reviewed by
sports world taught. the so-called the Department's Regional Directors and
Christian world of the South a lesson in their Special Assistants for Employee

interracial goodwill, brotherhood and HOUSING PROBLEM WOULD BE LESS DIFFICULT WITH HIS ELIMINATION Relations and returned to postmasterswith

American democracy in th3 North-South comments and suggestions prior to
college all-star football game played in the opening of the year-long 'Post-
Miami last Saturday. With only 37 seconds masters' Program for Progress' scheduledto

to play and the North leading by a score begin in these ffices next April 1.
of 14-7 it was Willie Richardson, a Negro Reports on the local programs involving

from Mississippi, who saved the day Your Weekly progress in recruitment, promotion and

for the South by scoring on an 80-yard : training to insure equal opportunities to
pass play.Richardson earlier in the game, postal employees will be made periodically -
helped to tie the score 7-7 when he grab- to regional offices and a major over-
bed a 48-yard pass deflected into his Horoscope Guide all report to the President is planned at

hands and raced 20 yards for the South's a meeting of postmasters in March of

first touchdown. 1964.
Why did it have to be a Negro upon whose The Postal Service intends to "maintainand
back the South rode to victory in the I y PABLO The ASTROLOGERWHICH enhance a reputation" as the most

classic? Above all why did fate decree ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR progressive" agency in carrying out the
that he should come from, of all states, equal opportunities order Mr. Day said,
Mississippi? Or was it the hand of God BUSINESS I LOVE TRAVEL adding "I am hopeful that at the end of
that floated across the stadium to writea 12 months we shall be able to report
- - - -- -
that -
the South - -- - - - -
on the wall of the President we are in full compliance. -
message -- - -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -
its system of segregation has been"weighed ."
in the balances and found wanting" ? ARIES Holiday festivitiecarry Explaining the significance of the intensive -
Born March 21st Take time out to informed and
These are questions over which you will over into the eager new local programs, Mr. Day
th ru April i I 19th think over the exciting to add to fund
need to ponder seriously as you read the New Year, but the your pointed out that 92 per cent of the Post
events of
breath-taking finish of the North-South Be a busy beaver spirit of good will past week. It will of have information. of You Office Department's total of 100,000
all-star in Miami. God some- forgottenwhen plenty minority employes in the 311
college game and get a lot done is soon build up morale so friends who share group are
times visits peculiar places to reveal' the first week for pettiness or you can handle the the interestsand largest post offices affected. Includedin
his wonders and teach lessens of truth to there are likely to selfishness intrudes cross currents of only these are the 100,000 are 87,000 Negroes.
mankind. His hand has been seen in a ban;; be so many upsetsand into the personal conflict worth cultivating.Any Since issuance of the Executive Order,
quet hall in the midst of wine drinking interruptions stormy scene. Dorf tr: that* flare up tend latent hostility employment. of Negroes in the Postal Field ,

'and revelry. midmonth you won't take sides in an- to pull you in dif- is likely to service has gone up ,4.5 per cent while _
Remember BeJshazzar feast? Thus the know if you're coming argument or it ferent directions show midmonth. the total field service force increased
sports world in Miami did in football or going. Club, may turn out that or make you wonder It's better up to have only 1.8 per cent. In upper level posi-
what the Christiian world has not been church or school you've backed the how well you know tions, where overall job totals actually
able to do in worshipping God, and that groups keep you socially wrong horse.Pouroil those around you things out and know declined, there was an increase of more )
who is to be
is find a common ground or lavel where active. If on trouble when their behavioris firmly than 50 per cent in the number of Ne-
race or the_ color of one's skin is not there is serious- waters the last so unpredictable. marked for the dis- groes holding such positions.

an important factor.We ness of purpose and third and everyone and they won't card. "This program is being instituted be-
have said in these columns before purpose and their involved is dis- tolerate disagreement 7-90-77-19-51-791 cause it is economically sound morally

that it is a serious reflection on the leaders or lec- posed to be grate- with pet ideas correct and because it is the law," the

kind of Christianity we claim to have in turers add to your ful. 2-40-33-15-47-243 Postmaster General added.

the South when men of different races store of knowledge 730995916739LEO ,
can climb into a prize fight ring and they can prove most Jan. 20th thru VIRGINIA COURT'S DECISION '
maul each other senseless, bash each rew&rding.30221684432. SCORPIOBorn Feb. 18th
other to the ground on the football fieldor '- Oct. 24th thru SUPPORTS GIBSON'S DEFIANCEThe

match wits and brawn in other sportsbut Born July 23rd thru Nov. 2nd Set up your New
cannot worship God together under the TAURUSBorn Aug. 22nd Spend time with Year's resolutionsbut decision by Circuit Judge Edmund W.
same roof of a so-called Christian Church AprI! I .20th friends and croniesthe keep them to Hening Jr. who recently ruled uncon-
Think over this, dear Christian ministerof thru May 20th Your willingnessto first week. But yourself till you stitutional a Virginia Law which would

the white church, and see if you can You should have an roll up your steer clear of have time to test have demanded that the NAACP hand over
shake it from your conscience. ambitious programof sleeves and do your those likely to those you're likelyto its members and contributors list for

"A DtUfMil HilHtat Shaw" study mapped out share of work pays make demands you keep as well as public viewing, has received favorable
for the next few off not only in cannot or prefernot the associations or comment from the national press.

Today let's have a little fun, a few weeks. Stick to cash but in warm to get involved attitudes you can This case is cf particular interest to
reminiscences, and there is an announce- your last, and you family encourage- with. Only those dump in the ashcan. Floridians of all political factions
ment which is rather important to me, but can afford to ignore ment. Don't take loyalty you're sure Midnonth should be since a similar one is now on the U. S.
please don't cheat by looking thru the the freeforall foolishly the second has no strings attached an eye opener,, for Supreme COurt's docket with Rev. (Fr. )

column for it. Just read along, please.One going on all week. and steer are worth a only stress reveals Theodore R. Gibson of Miami cast in the
around you as the second thought. Do what those you role of defendant against contempt charges -
show this week end gave me a lot clear of fun and look for favors
of fun. I'm a veteran of hundreds of bor- more frivolous con- games that lure you not but don't hold a count on as friendsare filed against him by a state legisla-
tend for attention. really made of. tive investigating committee which ordered -
ing half-time shows during football into activitiesthat grudge either if
Neither lend Choices are clear him to turn the membership
You usually nor the more conventional their over
games. see some pretty girls some
end of month.
who are queen of this or that, and then borrow if you want may frown darker side under list of the Miami Branch NAACP.

you get some band music and marching, to keep your upon. unusual stress. 4-80-66-14-94-486 In refusing to follow the pattern of
which is usually rather horrible because friends the 2nd some Southern jurists, Judge Hening held
week. Most of whats 8-50-44-13-93-854 6-70-11-18-34-671 that the laws "constitute an encroach-
they all seem to play] the same kind of
up for auction is liberties in that they
ment upon personal
music and go thru the same sort of ma-
neuvers. not worth the price SAGITTARIUSBorn PISCES deny the right of freedom of speech, free-

But the half-time show during the Lions- 3-20-66-14-96-326 VIRGO Nov.Dec. 21stIt 23rd thru Born Feb. 19th thru dom of association, and free access to
the courts," as provided by both U. S.
Steelers playoff game from the Orange Born Aug. 23rd thru March 20th
and state constitutions.
Bowl was sprightly and delightful. It .makes you feel
GEMINI Sept.22nd
featured the Florida A. and M. Band. you're somebodywhen
Born May 21st thru
Their quarter-step precision, the way June 21st Put your popu- you've extra The holiday whirl ,
strutted the the horns change to rattle flit
they way flashed When the family larity to the test continues throughthe ran Topics .
and the drums were flipped as they cor- disapproves of the the first week. It around in your poc: first week. You .

nered, the stunts which involved imita- groups you're ,tied gives you a lift ket. Put it away had better come
tions of several sporting activitieslike for safekeeping and down to earth
up with as an unwholesome that should carry by
a bat striking a ball--had a jaunty influence you over the storms resist all pres- midmonth, if you're M4TEkII'rY( I Ie
happiness and vigor which made me chuckle don't flare up in and stresses likelyto sures midmonth to not primed for the ;

and applaud. What a sin it is that we defiance. Pull away assail you if throw your weight kind of tactics
are not able to take full advantage of if they tend to be take too much for around, no matter that belong in the

the creativity, the energy, the imagina- too demanding or granted or the com- what the temptationmay belong in the ,
tion of these resilient people, simply .t heirexploits.. petition gets a bit be to play to. jungle. Be on the
because of old and out-dated ideas. carry with them an rugged. Even if you the grandstand.Pride side of the angels .

They're a third of the South, and if we element of danger. at first disagree, goeth beforea and refuse to hit
help lift them we lift ourselves. That way you can let the family have fall; the biggerthe below the belt. You
the hurdle of boast, the bum- can afford to be
Personal to Melvin: Read that paragraphover take its say. Theirs may
with your little girl. midmonth tensions be a clearer per- pier the comedown. generous becauseyou f
(By Rbt. Johnson, Memphis Press-Scimita) without too much spective on what is Play it cagey to not only know
have land on your feet. the score but
wear and tear, worth your time and
others know that
less to regret attention. 9-80-55-17-24-985
I you know it, and it
7y later. '
_! 110441176147CANCER 5-20-66-12-85-526 adds mightily to
CAPRICORN your admitted prestige -
-/ortM Born Dec. 2nd! thru v
Jan. 19th > .
DIME 5 -=
Born June 22nd thru Don't be afraid to 2-10-88-16-62-218 VIII.I
Sept. 23rd :
July 22nd show you have a FOLKS/- Vw'HA. NEY
I"OUOIRTH DfCTS*ARTHR thru Oct. 23rd HI/ s *
brain well-
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Tr Brilliant Ceremony Marked FAMU To Conduct Club Observes Annual Ceremony

Witsell-Bowens Wedding ,( "

125 Student Seminar

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b il1l
;;" G. GU I NYARO red and twenty-five high
.:. The -"Curfew Fashion Show" is the mosttalkedabout -
school student leaders
item this week. The affair is scheduled. for
from Florida SouthernGeorgi'a
6 p.n. Sunday January Z1, at the Eldorado, and
and Southern
is:under' the auspices of The March of Dimes com-
Alabama are expected to

mittee. ba at'tend the Third- Annual:
Mrs. Mildred White, chairman of the fashion
Student Leadership Seminar
show,. stated that the small admission fee will L y f1I
at the Florida A&M
include cocktails. i J :. College flaw
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....... ... January 18-19., r
..fit., .e. .-: :' :"I; j ** ,, p.**
r ,. .' s rY.. Zl The' seminar; :sponsored y.
annually by the F r e- -
The New Year has brought new officers for many b.
Legal Soceity: will have
officers for many local organizations.Dr. .
outs tending national
E. H. Washington was host when the Jacksonville
personalities as well as

Medical, Dental, and Pharmaceutical FAHJ student leaders as

Association held its election meeting recentlyat consultants.The .
the El Dorado. a' sEminar was founded a

General offices elected included ,Dr. W. W. in 1961 b Renus Charles

Schell, president; Dr. 0. W. ,McIntosh, vice c Edison Aliens then .president -

president; Dr. J., C. Downing, secretary; and AIr. and Mrs. Eugene H. Bowens of the Pre- INSTALLATION of officers of the Epicurean Culture Club was held Friday night,

Dr. F. H. Wash1 :gton/*'treasurer -: :r-. "'" Legal Society He was Jan. 11 at the home of Mrs. Jeanette Scott, 1647 College Circle with Thomas E

Divisional officers are: 'Medical: -; Dr. L. B. The beaut =ft 1?!? decorated Str' Philips concerned* with the high*' Hargrave, Executive Secretary of James Weldon Johnson Branch YMCA, serving as

Childs, president; Dr. Daniel W. Lauray, vice Episcopal Church was the setting for the school student leader installator. Seated from left are: Mrs. Emma Lou Feacher, president; Mrs.

president; Dr.' C. B. McIntosh, secretary; and Dec. 22nd double-ring candlelight ceremonyof taking his place in the Bertha Torrencevice president; Mrs. Jeanette Scott, recording secretary; Mrs.

Dr. E. H. Washington, treasurer. Dental Dr. Miss Harriett Margaret Witsell and ever-growing American Juanita White, financial secretary; Seated on arm of sofa (left) Mrs. Mary

E. A. Glrardeau, president: Dr. J. R. Henderson, Eugene Harold Bowens. Reverend Fathers society. It was his bell Mackey, sinking fund treasurer and seated extreme (right) Miss Barbara J.

vice president; Dr. R.H. Haylings of St. Augus- T.Vincent Harris and Fred J. Hunter, uncleof ef that the high Robinson, reporter. Standing from left: Miss Clotelle Seals, parliamentarian;

tine, secretary; and Dr. H. H. Satterwhite, the bride, officiated. Joseph Morrisonand school leader who will Mrs. Alveria Davis, Mrs. Lenora Lee Mrs. Ruth D. Brown, chaplain; Miss Helen

treasurer. Pharmaceutical Dr. Jerry Iszard, Kernan McFarlin served as altar boys. eventually become the Robbins, chairman sick committee and Mrs. Mildred Pearson other members are

president; Dr. I. D. Harris, vice president; Dr. college leader and then Mesdames Evelyn Hopkins, Odell White, treasurer; Vivian Robinson and Hen-

R. .V.. Florence, secretary; and Dr. R. .E. Smith, The brid.e.jisibe. Violet bouquet centered the community leader rietta, M. Abney.'.

.treasurer. .' : .... .-:. i. ",' t. .. daughter of Ifr and ilrsr.dwar(1 with cymbidium; orchids. would lake a better (Royal Art Studio Photo)

:!:A' nnr I -J:4' .i ',:, 'J ., ,; ; : : A Vitsell. Sr Mrs Witsell, mother leader only if he
.. ... .. ... .... ..... The is ,the .
J" rf bridegroom learned the .
: : ) of the bride, chose. an, leadership
r ., son of'Mrs stelle'B concepts
early.An .
I'J" JJ.1 exquisite mauve Italian
El Dorado Club also provided the setting for ;Reynold? of Leesburg, brocade streetlengthsheath oratorical contestis Mother Midway i FAMU Piaymakers PrepareFor
the Annual Installation Banquet of Flajax Club, ;* and Eddie Bowens of with matching sponsored whereby a

Inc. :". Fort Myers accessories and 1IO're an student from each high AME Church < Second Overseas Tour

Guests of the club Included Dr.. and Mrs. Ralph Given in marriage by orchid corsage Thebridegrooc''s school will be given a v
father the bride Rev. F. J. Jones TALLAHASSEE---The famed Florida
Dregger of Jacksonville University; Dr. and Mrs. .her mother ,chance to compete for'fi pre-: A. and M. University -
; beautiful ""biteQQVD. siding Elder of the Playmakers will be
W. B. Stewart of Edward Waters College; Mrs. .. wore a wore a beige brocades nt, second and third barnstorming abroad
of silk North Jacksonville Dis- for the second time in half a decade when
pure peau place they
Margaret Simms of Nashville, Tennessee, and ,Mrs. tr et. length dress awards.
de sole and imported'reembroidered trict;, began the firstquarterly "Simply Heavenly" by Langston Hughes, under
J. T. Betsch, both wives of late Flajax members; with matching accessories -
Alencon conference in. the direction of Dr. S. Randolph Edmonds, to
and the wives of current members.Dr. and an orchid '
lace with seed Mother Midway Friday Europe on February 18.
pearl, Dr. John W. Rembert .
Dregger installed, the following officers: : corsage.The '
embroidery The: gown night starting at 7:30 The first tour, in
! Charles E. Simmons, president; Dr. J. R. ,Renders beautifully, decorated trip.
was! designed on'princess p.m. The pastor is re 1958 was a cultural
Z1i, vice are.sjtfeqtkitoiford.Brown} ,Sr..,, recording : lines with a con- candlelighted re- Man Of The Year questing the coopera- exchange progran to 10 There will be 18 members -

secretary; ttrfllU.AujReyv'.JIXi': financial trolled front beli1? ...ceptipq was..held, immediately ...,.. __ rY .tion of all boards in't countries in Africa in the troupe
secretary; L. I. Alexander, treasurer; E. L. Har- following 'the .... 1 the
making tour Including -
shaped, skirt with ap- turning in both financial under the auspices of
ris, business manager; Roberrt Peppers, trustee- ceremony in the church'sParish the directorThe
:pliiued motifs of the and literary reports the U S State Depart
treasurer Atty. Earl Johnson, parliamentarian;
; invitation for this
lace The bod1.ce'bich during the ses- meat and managed by the
of Palatka chaplain Dr. E. H. Wash- Out of town guests in-
Doc Taylor ; sions. American National tour was a result of
vas buttoned down the
ington, ,Sgt. -at-arms; J. A. Batts, trustee; andJ cluded Mr. and Mrs. the tremendous success
back from the neck line William Huntermaternalgrandparents The Junior Choir and Theatre and Academy;

E. Whittington, trustee. with covered buttons ushers under the direction The present tour willbe of the Flaymakers'
of the
Another, important feature of the meting was the pass the hip line, hada bride Palatka Mrs. of Mrs. A D. Wells sponsored by the USD African tour

,awarding of plaques to several men for outstand- high neckline that Alguria, Gabe maternal; are serving during the and the American Educational "Simply Heavenly, a

ing work in the c anmuni tr. Recipients includedI. featured a ;yoke of grandmother of the f business sessions.Rev. Theatre_As so elation comedy with music and
H. Burney, III, who accepted a plaque pre- the main
Al mcon 1 ace !with .seed rr. ''o Jones, an out- both functioningfor attraction of
stented by;!'. "'E.(:.Harris:. Sr. ,..and.At.ty.; .Earl. .M. pearl embroidery and groom Leesburg; standing speaker will the U S Departmentof the tour, was suggestedfor
and Mrs"Harry*Richardson -
.Johnsonwhoaccepted; a plaque &reefcnt&4bj, T. sleeves terminating cousins.:IfiftbTff. deliver sermons during Defense /I .. the tour by the

L. Redding.The calla lily mints over bride/ Atlanta, Ga ; both major services The tour will last for Cverseas Touring Committee -
of .TA. It
eight persons attending their initial meet- her wrists. The full Mr 'and.... rs Julius V. Sunday, at 11 a.m. and seven 'weeks and the most/ successfulrun enjoyed -

ing were: Johnnie Brown, Palatka; Harry L., Barney chapel train was also Gainesville again at 6 p. m. The f1 aymak ers will per-
Harper, ; on Broadway and abroad -
Jr. Crescent City; ; Joseph D. Green, Palat- appliqued in lace Stewards, all choirs form for the military;
Mrs Jewell H. Preen an, In addition, the
ka; Wendell P. Holmes, Herman H. Howard, Law- ootifs aid was accented Detroit, Michigan ; Mr. and ushers will serve personnel ,in Europe F lawmakers will carry

rence Kennedy, Ormond Beach; James L. Lewis, by a double loop bow at and b'rs. Carl Crow ell, DR; REMBERT throughout the day The students are quite '3iowti_e, a variety

Jr., and Atty. Leander J. Shaw. the back of the waist. Plant City ; Mrs. ?s- ST. PETERSBURG. Fla. Sunday's Schedule: busy now with rehearsals show composed of skits,
The remainder of the membership roster includesDr. Her exquisite headpiecewas 9:30 a. m Sunday School and other prepara- musical numbers and
tell B. Reynolds, A national fraternity;
C. W. Banks, Gainesville; F. R. Brooks, a hand clipped and mother of the groom focused its spotlighton led by Bro. S.C. Hart, tions for the exciting dancing

Palatka; J. D. Brooks, Dr. L. B. Childs, Dr. scalloped Vantllla of Leesburg and FatherFred.JHunteruncle superintendent.
; one of the nation'sleading IbneultatienBxsmiaatton
E. A. Cosby; Gainesville. :, Dr. J. C.. Downing, imported French lace of educational 11:00 a. e. morning wor- CONSULT DR. SMITH FREE

Ulysses B. Engram, Tallahassee; James D. Gen- over a circlet: pf vel- the bride Tbomasville', figures recently.The ship, You fill Be Told In Plain fords What the Trouble

-wright. W. ,.E.. JtS'Ita.t1ls: ; :Dr?-Jerry- is- vet. The brie carrieda fbi Beta Sigma Fraternity 3:30 p. 111', Trustees Tea. !.. what Is Causing it and that Mar Be Done To

zard, ,Adrfan'K. Knight,' Dr.-:'J.' A.- Long, Palatka; white prayer book Ga.Mrs. Bowens is a ; during its '48th 6:00 p. m Evening worship Correct it. it you Batter With:

Wm. S. Maxwell, Palatka; A. L. Osgood, Jr. with Stephonotis graduate of Florida Conclave in Cleveland. and the closing of ARTHRITIS HEADACHES: THROAT' DIBORESIS

Palatka; Theodore L. Redding, Chester Satter- centered with a beauti- Agricultural and Me- Ohio, recently; unani- the conference. ASTHMA COCX6: HEART BLOOD PRESSURE DISEASE SINUS WECTICNfiNERVOU6 DI6EASBSPSAIS

white Dr. W. W. Schell, isadore Singleton, ful white orchid. At
chanical University, mously selected as the IICPW aA STOMACH DISORDER: : DifiEASeBPROSTATK
and Dozell Varner. the end of long satin where she majored in Man of the Year", Dr. Simpson s MYF RHEUMATISM BLOOD AND SUN TUGBBLCINTESTINAL :

streamer was a bouquetof Educationwith NEURITIS DIGEASE5 DISBftfiH
elementary John W. Rembert, President -
S..e eeee e... .e.. .... .... trenched corn in the Music. Presently, of Gibbs Junior To Stage Fashion 'SCIATICA KIDNEY 4 BLAME CHROMIC DIIENJIIS

shape of a cross first LDMBAOO LIVER GALL M9( AND WoNfe C(
she is a grade College.The .
The .Vernon Road home of Mr. and Mrs. ErnestR. The bride chose Mrs. teacher at Jacksonville sigmas recognized Show SundayA BLADE DI60RDBIS: .
1 treat.cosditleasco..osly considered svrgioa
the scene of a recent meeting of Friscilla Boston Flo- l -Jr. High '
Wyatt was Beach ? em. the fruit of Dr Remb .tt oat the use of a kalfe. Modern Methods o
Les, F leu rst Whist jyub: .JThe group enjoyed the rence of Jersey; City School Mrs Bowens is ert' s aggressive ad- School Fashion Show ttaiaosis *ad treatment. PREX-CXAMINATION BT AP
matron of
unusual ,distinction:.of'laving. the entire membership as a member of the Delta ministration of Gibbs will be presented by VODTOBXT CWLT-28 years successful practice IB Jas.
honor. Miss 'Earlene the Simpson UYF Sunday; HOURS-10 .... to 8:30 ..
presenthe meeting.: .. Sigma Sorority. Junior College that has P. PHONE BL 4-1187
J' Toby, miss L'arilynn afternoon beginning at
Mrs. Betty Belton* .Mrs*. Dannette Howell, and Mr. Bowens,is also a made it Florida's top DR. REX' SMITH
Lesley, ?Miss Luella Upstairs
4 o'clock in the Ion feat State St. ( )
Mrs.Faye'Helms were high scorers forthet/evening. Bemette of Green':dove graduate of FloridaA. Negro Junior college. church's Social Hall Office Poncru oocapiea nj Dr. Lrsk.r-eppo.lt. US
and M. University, From a spectacular be-
Members present in addiiion to prl Fprings and Miss Ddithffitherspoon with Mrs. Birdie Mallory -
where he received his giming in 1957. Gibbs
"Dinners were Mrs. Cornelia Oree, Mrs. Doris were chosen serving as direc- r
degree as a social has become one of the
Scott, Mrs. Helen Grimes, Mrs. Estelle McKlsslck, as bridesmaids LindaAitsell tor-narrator.
studies major, and certification largest of the state's
Mrs. Dorothy Dunlap, Mrs. Irma Tel fair, Mrs. served her Students representingall
in El em en' twenty-nine collegeswith
Barbara Walker, Mrs. Ruby Dwight and Miss sister as flower-girl schools of the com
Ed.w:.sttin. He is than 750
tary; more stu- What could
Ibnsolee T
Myrtle Turner. Davis was currently; teaching in dents drawn from 13 munity will model the
best man. Ushers were latest in peoples
the Finellas County states and Africa.Dr. .
.es see. .... .... .... .... Robert Anders of St School Syst Em. He is a Rembert's career fashions. l Mrs. Mary S the English

...' '.I" .', Petersburg, 'd ward member of the Omega has been dotted with The public is invited

Mrs. Evelytt BfenresHrs_ Leon -Bennett, Mrs. Hall and Jeromerteererdward Cornelius Lockett. P4. .. ,. Fnrfraternity., successful endeavors in Miss Emerella McNair is 4 possibly mean by '
Kr2: president of the
Eva Rosier, Mildred"Ramp'ton, Mrs. Delores teaching and journalism. spon-
? A Witsell., Jr. *
Wardell, and Mrs. Virginia Gray, who Is on leave soring organization. "Gordon'sand
'served his sister as
from the organization. were ,guest players at a ..
ringbearer.The Bells
recent meeting of Les Elites Bridge Club. Wedding !) f
matron of honor splash?
Mrs. Vermal McCone was hostess for the meeting, .s s1g
and flower girl
appeared -
.x ,which was held in her Begonia Road home. _;"
in street length Lee Harvey; 1612
Mrs. Elizabeth Sins Mrs. Marie McClain, and
St. 24 and Les-
bouffant dresses of Morgan ,
Mrs. Lois Avery were recipients of club prizes. yellow taffeta brocade sie Lee Everett, 1612 aplash* is the English way of ta'tnl-toda

The guest prize was awarded to Mrs.1eona Bennett. styled with brief Morgan St. 20. O water/ Mixing it with Cordon's On k

h, hrs. Johnnie Mitchell, Miss..Annie B.. Mlnatee sleeves and, a .scooped Author C. Alvin 708 a popular pastime on the other side of the
$ Mrs, ,irma Murray, Mrd Xlveaia1 Scritvefl, and Mrs. neckline whljch, metjj.,a Market;' ',St... 38 and Atlantic. Most Americans prefer "tonic and

Bernice Henderson. were among other. members "Y" down the back Roberta Sin cl.et&r1' .708 ice*as a mixer. But on the

"preSent.. 2. .* *..6 Featured *vas.a con Market S.trtHerbel't..Bake;\' 26.. choice of gin-complete ac

r., : :,-, trasting wood-violet ;, 301K cord. Gordon's. Its distinctive

I .... ..,.'... .... .ee. .... see.I cummerbund accented Staurt St., 19 and Betty Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. Claude dryness and flavour l

''.'' ::t'' j with a large wood-vio- L.Braswell' 30lit Stuart Hayes; 1214 Franklin Hawk; Box 1109; Dins-. seem to tip the balance.

: 'Mrs. E. L. Girardeau, Mrs. Earnestine Poole, let bow at the back. Street 17 Street; Boy.: Bore, Fla.; Girl. You'll find these qualities

:Mrs. Alvenia Scriven. Mrs. Geraldine Hilliard, The bridesmaids: wore Hodges McGee. 1813 Mr. sod Mrs. Earl L. Mr. and Mrs. john wherever you call for

; and Miss Zelma Johnson were among guest players identically: styled Laura St 21 cod Cynthia Johnson; 4523 HighlandCt. Hsanond( ; 715 Venus Mars Cordon's by name; for

when Entre Nous Bridge Club net last Saturday dressed of wood-violet Corsin. 1033 Odes- ; Girl. Ct ; Girl. every bottle! Is stfll based '

evening in the West Fifth Street home of Mr. andCllr taffeta brocade with sia Street, 18. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mr. end Mrs. Gale Col onAlexandexCordon'sorigInal -

yellow cummerbund and mile S Morris, 917 Billiard; 1530 W. 11th lins; 5533 Aha ad Cr. ; L
and Mrs. tON
formula Could OIIkT
...* Paul. T..8mfiett.: Bt. Jttss Johnson'' 1769
bow. Mrs., W. 17th st.;: 19 and Street; Boy. Boy.:
e criven -!ere reclpUntsl>pest prizes,. : this be why Cordon's is the ...
-, t .'Members" particlpating'in the meeting Included Fauline was modiste,.for Evelyn A. 'Fresh. 844 Mr. and Mrs. Jaaes Mr. and Mrs. TheodoreLee biggest-selling gin in Eng

the bridesmaids gowns. W. 18th Street. 18. Gelsey; Rt. 8 Box 461-H ; 1465 9 20th St. ;
i. Mrs. Lydia Sweet, Miss Hazel la Bruton, Miss Ruth land, America, the world
': All attendants wore Frank Byrd D38) W. 8th Girl. Girl.
:' 4 Broome, Mrs.... Ruth Myers, Mrs. Camilla Thompson,
matching accessoriesand St. 23 grad Pauline Mr and Mrs. Samuel Mr. and Mrs. James
r ,Mrs. Helen Hart, Mrs. Francis Johnson, Mrs. Jones. 1821 Mars-Venn
carried bouquets of Stephens; 1819 W. ICth Kitchea; 1340 Kings ; f
e. and 21.Gerald.
Elizabeth Simmons, Miss Lauretta Jenkins, Ct. .
yellow BIOS and ribbon L. Sal tn 4223 Street: Girl. Boy.
Mrs. Aldonia H. Seabrooks. nmm+ lpeDe IK c l1BaS1dif.
streamers In the shape LOckhart Dr. 24 and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mr sad Mrs. Robert cstacrsuT cm caut-uaHLANCMcr triiiSAIURDAY
Mrs. Simmons recipients
and Miss Jenkins were
club 1 of stars. The maid of Ruth L. Blunt, 1067 W. Watkins; 1493 W State Myers; 2027 Venus St. ;
of *
honor carried a wnn" 11th St., 23. Street; Boy. So).




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I& AME Prelate Welcomed Here During Highly Impressive Program- 1m I

r } r rI Deputy Norman ....

I ii' A CHURCH Attends Gainesville Gospel Program Participants Bishop W. F. Ball Aid FwilyHoiored

) Elk s Election t i
Grad District Deputy .. :"

NEWS E J Norman, of the ,, Attended by an impressive s gathering of prominent

First District of _., religious, lay, civic, bu isiness leaders and re-

l The: pastor and congregation of Sweetfield Bap- Florida of the .. presentatives from all w ilks of life, BishOi>" .

; tist Church will worship at Tabernacle Baptist I.B.P.O.E. of W attended F. Ball, presiding prelat I of the llth Episcopal

Church Jan. 27 at 7 p.m. in connecti with the the lodge meet- District of the AME Church was honored during a
ing of the University
contest between the two churches which will testimonial program Thur: night week in the
City Lodge No 1218.
close at that time. Theological Seminary's auditorium at Edward
last Monday -
Waters College.
for the purpose of *
Cited along with
------------------------------------------------ ,
conducting the election -
., Bishop Ball were mem- Laymen; Miss Mayola

Dr. C. L. Williams, of Edward Waters College Officers elected nere: % bers of his immediate Moore. Young People'B
family: his wife, Mrs. Department and Rev.
.; will deliver the annual message at the banquet Fred Alexander, Exalted
I Agnes M. Ball, supervisor Jack Davis,
of the Cherokee District, North' Florida Council Ruler; Arthur Robinson
Boy Scouts of America to be given Jan. 24 in the Esteemed Leading Knight of the 11th EPisco- Council of Churches.The .
pal District; presiding Interdoainational
cafetorlum of Northwe3tern Junior-Senior iiilton rI '
High Anderson, Esteemed \
I Elder W. Ball and his Council
School. with Dr. S. A.
The: time is 7:30 p.m. Loyal Knight;
Jades Stewart. Esteened wife. Mrs. Mary Ball; Cousins making the

Lecturing Knight and Mrs. Frankye Ball presentation, tendered
----------------------------------------------- ; m
""illian Smith Jr. Sec- Herald in absentia, Bishop Ball with a handsome .

retary; Aaron Filliaas, daughter of Bishop and gift.Progrado .
Usher Board 3 of Central CUE Church will sponsor

its annual Spiritual Tea Feb. 10 at 3 p.m. in the Tyler; L V Davis, .f a Mts. Ball. participantsalso

main auditorium of the church. Treasurer; Louis Cook THE MCCALL GOSPEL SINGERS (shown The program was featured included Dean J.
Appearing on the Esquire; Dorrie e "lli s, above) will be among groups
with the
I program will be Rev. A. J. Hughes, the Ebenezer Inner Guard; s.H. Hawkins featuring the gospel program slated for Sunday night, Jan. 27 at presen- Epperson, Rev.

Methodist, Shepherc Boys Quartet, Mrs. Alice Bur- 8 p.m. in Mt. Sinai baptist Church, 27th and Fairfax Sts. Rev. tation of 21 testimo- Waleer S. White, Rev.

rough, Mrs. Eliza R. Perry, Mrs. C. Brown, Mrs. The trustees are: 3.N_ B. Sheffield host pastor. This wellknown attraction will feature nials among them being I. D. Hinson, Rev. J. A.

i Frankye Handy, Miss Frances Elaine Lowery, Mrs. Cosby. C Taylor. John "Jesue Knows, "Up Above My Head, "How I Got Over, and those from several Roberts and Rev. D. A.

I Eloise Edmond, C. Parham Johnson, St. Johns Maxwell. S K Hawkins will be led by their popular leader Deacon Andrew McCall. The other denominations and Russell.

l Quartet, Deacon I. J. Drayton, H. H. Benjamin, Louis Clark Edward Sunbeam Gospel Singers, other groups, Deacon Clarence Cunningham the Florida Council of Following the program,

Rev. F.. W. Maynor, Rev. Sanford Smith, DeaconA. Lillians, Edgar Pelham. are program participants. Brother James 2x Bryant of the Mu- Churches. the honorees and guests

Scott and Rev. D. B. Barnes. The deputy in his made harmed Movement is general chairman. Greetings on behalfof moved to H. Y. Tookes
Edward Waters College Library for the recep-
remarks congratulatedUniversity
---------------------------------------------- were tendered by tion.
City Lodge "Greatest Show On Earth" Set Woodlawn Presbyterian President W. B. Stewart. In the receiving line,
1?t8 on the progress it

The: youth of \bodl awn United Presbyterian Church is making along all For Five Days BY L.N. FEARSON. Sf:. Also, Dr. Emmett in addition to the honorees -
Shelby, from the U. S. Dr. .
were and Mrs.W.
will have of the service Jan. -
I charge morning lines. He also stressed
l7 27, which will be observed as Youth Day the membership drive fe.reIan. :3Dpo 3 displays and more than The Woodlawn United Marshall, Washington, B. Stewart, Mrs. A.

sI and urged the lodge to 75 acts on the current Presbyterian Youth will D. C. ; Mrs. A. R. B. Williams Mrs. L. G.

The 91rd edition of 'program. meet in the Westminster Richardson, State Genwright, Mrs. G. B.
------- ------------------------------ ------ compete for the deputjsprise :
"Greatest Show on'Earth" evening shows are Hut Saturday Women's Missionary Society Gardner, Rev. and Mrs.T. .

Jerome Norris Thomas will present a musical C Farham Johnson of will give nine scheduledednesday., Jan. 26 to make final AME Church; Dr. H. Shehee, Mrs. Ruby
performances in five Thursday and plans for Youth Sunday Reche Williams AME Sanders and others.
Friday. ,
fc'aceo Lodge No 8
recital Feb. 8 at Mt. Lilla Baptist accompanied days in
Jacksonville'smodern Jan. 30-3 1 and Feb. 1 observance Jan. 27.
Second Street near Jefferson. The program is the deputy to
1C.000-seat at 8p.m. and The Junior will meet in
being given in behalf of District 3. No admission Gainesville. deputy Saturday.
Coliseum Church Of Christ
Norman has Jan. 30 Feb. at 8:45. Matinees the hut at 4:00 p. m. FellowshipBaptist
fee is involved. now completed
through February 3.
and the Senior at 5:00
will be conducted Friday -
his rounds and Ringling Brothers and Written In Heaven
has held elections in Barnum &: Bailey Circus Feb. 1 at 3:30: p.m p.m.
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all lodges in the First has made one of its and Saturday and Sunday Church School begins Church '
Feb. 2 and 3 at 1 Sunday. Jan. 27 in the
The Junior Trio of St. Stephen AME Church will District He is now two annual Florida p.m.
stops in Jacksonvilletwo and 5pm Children George Washington Car
be presented in a recital Friday Jan. 25, at concerned with the Services
during the
ver Elementary School
under 12 will be admitted -
8 p.m. in the Education building of the church. membership drives previous years and 2854 W 45th Street at x past Sunday were very
for half
The program is being sponsored by Sons of Light played before thousandsof price 10:00 with gratifying throughoutthe
Spring Hill its traditional at both 5 p.m. shows a-m T.V.
Lodge 414, and New Hope Lodge 493, A. .F. andA. Huger. superintendentin day according to
and at the
"children of all 3:30 eventon
M. tickets may be purchased from any memberof To Present ages. charge. The 11:00a Rev. G H. HamiltonAttendance
The 1963 "Big Top"-- Friday.All .

the lodges. Musicale SundayThe a misnomer now becausethe seats are reservedand m. WorshipServicewill be conducted vices throughout during ser the

show plays all sell for $3. 50. by day at
Male and Female Fellowship Baptist -
------------------------------------------------ The United Fresbyterian
three rings indoors in $2. 50 and $1.50.
choirs of Mt. Zion They Qni rch, 1414 logan
large Youth f the church
arenas only--is a 0
may be ordered by mailfrom
Rev. C. B. Dailey, pastor of First Baptist Baptist Church along dazzling combination This group will have st. were very grati

r Church, was ;guest speaker Sunday at 3 p.m. will be featured duringa of age-old-circus :: East; thej-Coliseib.Adams Street.. 1145 complete charge of the MRS. SUSIE M. BROWN tying according to

for the districts mass meeting at West Union musical program Sun experience and atmo s- Jacksonville l'oruing! worship ser Receive New Appointment Rev 'G H Hamilton.
or over
day, under pastor
Baptist Church. sponsorship sphere and space-age vice The Youth Group
of choir 3 Spring Hill sophistication and the counter at the choir will support the Irs. Susie \!. Brown Following Sunday

Baptist Church. The furbishing. There are Coliseum, the Civic rites with Miss Dorothy vice president of the School services, the

rumeSdwesn; Acute) Asthma program gets promptly four new, elaborately Auditorium or the bm- Borroughs, their young National Ushers Department .Ham message was

Funeral Home I Attacks underway at 3 p.m. in .costumed pageants, 27 town ticket office in talented appointed of the Churches of inspiringly delivered
II I the church 1Ild1 tori lID. Hemming Park. Christ Written in iy Rev. H1.. Stuckey tothe
Ambulance I Wow ytold I tp dllj to Service fMptratory Specialist Couchlar chok. Featured artist will enjoyment of those
ioc has
TMptac rau d Heaven been appointed -
THE BEST I v .o tut.flnt-Um* are asking our entire
COSTS NO MORES< w.n an omu.d.No wddat.No dye.. ib
be Mrs. attendance.
I' 01'pa1aIuJ Woetoeu.WOIIderfWlJr M... Alice Burroughs congregation, president of
1 W. Edgewood Ave. : =f.n, =. who will appear in the visitors, and friendsto the church's Youth Department Sunday's order of
Phone PO J cl..CNea.--\aia
-_.._---5-1641....... -- =: orCll'DrCu. .. interest of the filling please come out and Bishop J .C. services will follow

Workers flub, support the young Blakley, a5tor,_announced. "':;':: ..i n."uil-* rd P r *yHrk-

Charles W. Gardner; 20 Sunday; J ool tL.ne .
Mrs. Irene Fay ton; 3623 people in their strong .
S.'13th Street followed by the 1 f"Ii m:
Sunday, according to
SALE GOOD Sheri dan Lane. efforts to help builda
Mrs. Mamie EL Crowd worship with Brother
; Mrs. will
Brown be observed -
Darius R. Graham; 1065 growing church in a
ALL WEEK 1222 Florida Avenue. Spearing Street. growing community as Youth Day Henry Melvin delivering

Mrs Florence Milton; with events to be cele- the sermon All meabers
Mrs. Annie Robinson Jan 2 Prayer and
23 thru Jan. 26 ;
630 W. 19th Street and friends are urgedto
1348 Van Burro Street. Study Hour will be held brated throughout the
STORES Richmond V. Wilson be present throughout -
; Charlie Crawford; 1113 in the hut at 7:00 p m day.
830 Cassat Ave. Scotia, South Carolina. the day.
Davis Sunday School beginsat
Street. Jan 25 at 8:00 p m
NEAR COLLEGE Mrs. Evelina McQuire Friends are requestedto
; Mrs Estoria Prince the United choir will 10 a. m.> under ,the
1824 W. Beaver St.U.S. 1775 Spratt Street. ; visit Sister Virgini.
1927 Spring Drive Road. rehearse Sunday. Jm supervision of Vrs.
Bob Ellis: 2055 Burs Merit who Is still
90 Near Sr k confined
*< Brown.
en The
Lewis Lode art; 528 E. 27, all diurch officers pastor will
NOTICE: The Premier Meat Market Avenue. Union Street. are asked to meet in deliver the message by illBea! at her
,. DID I NOT Baby Girl Qiinney; 1125 g&irjft 3t reM de BM.
during the 11 ,
Leonard L. Button; 949 the hut at 5:00 p m am ser _
BURN DOWN Come to See Us! Palmetto! Jefferson st. Lane. The Inter Meeting of vice. Choir and Usher 'Visitor are alwas..

WE HAD A COMPLETE SELLOUT LAST WEEK! WE ARE Christopher 349 Woodlawn J.Avenue.Stephens Mrs Idella Council: North Florida Presbytery Board 2 will serve BaptistFLORID w}l some :'JPello -----.:.

NOW REPEATING 1099 w. 18th Street. met at New synerna throughout the day.
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126 Palmore St St. Logan Street. Wilson and Mrs Grace ing that all officers

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';regular meeting of Eta Mu Chapter of the NEW YORK---Arthur B.

Alpha Chi Pi Omega Sorority will be held Jan. 28 Spingarn, veteran civil 4ryt.

in the home of Mrs. Gwendola S. Sullivan, 1174W. rights lawyer of New YORK -- The
k York City, this week National Alumni Coea-
28th Street. Plans for the scholarship fund
his 24th cil of the United Ne-
and national dues will be discussed.The began year
gro College Fund will
president of the National t
Association for hold its 17th anaual
Colored conference in New York
People Mr.

regular meeting of the School Guards Auxili- Spingarn was reelectedto : City president National, !Mrs.Council Ernes-

ary will be held Friday morning, Feb. 15, at the the post by the As- .r" tine Braaeal, aroouaced
so ci at ion's Board of
police precinct on Davis Street. 1. that the two-days of
Directors at its monthly
meetings, scheduledFeb
meeting here January: 7. ,
------------------------------------------------ 6
F 9rill be held
Re-elected to serve
in the StatlerHiltonHotel
with Mr. Spingarn were y.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Hand Jr. 2803 Calloway
Bishop Stephen Gill
a ,Circle, announce the marriage of their daughter, "Workshops have been
> Spottswood of the AME
Minnie Lee to Willard E. Townsel of Miami. Both I I planned to develop the
i MRS. LEDLA PATTERSON: Zion Church, Washington -
are attending Florida A. and M. University and conference taeae. "Hie
chairman of the
and are junior music majors. Mrs. Leola Pattersonof 'tr Price of Excellence "
Board of Directors; Alfred -
Etta Street has Vrs. Brazeal said. "An
Baker Lewis, Old
------------------------------------- --------- recently been promotedfrom evaluation will be made
Greenwich, Conn. ,
agent to Supervisor t of the role alumni and

Mrs. Pinkie Lee Henry' of 621 W. 16th Street, is on the JacksonvilleBranch treasurer; and Dr. students must play if
ill at the Duval Medical Center. She is a memberof of the Atlant.a Harry J. UNCF institutions are

New Redeem Baptist Church, serves on Usher Life Insurance Company. delphia, assistant to meet the new challenges -
treasurer.New .
Board 2 and is also a member of District 4. Mrs., Patterson Is the now facing

Members and friends may call to visit her. wife of Rochester Pat- vice presidents MEMBERS of Alpha Phi Alpha toast fraternity president William H. Hale at their them. Mrs Brazealis

terson and the motherof elected were Mrs. Mem- National Convention in Columbus, Ohio. Toast was given during a special alumnae secretary

----------------------------------------------- Leo Calhoun, Jr. She phis T. Garrison, Hunt- tasting of California wines for convention members. Mr. Hale is also president of UNCF's Spelman

is a member of Second ington, W. Va. ; Dr. of Langston University in Oklahoma. Standing (left to right) Tolly Harris College in It 1 lilt a.

R. A. Sewell, district executive of the Cherokee Baptist Church, occupying Algernon D. Black New Tulsa; Mr. Hale Gladys E. Stull Hostess, Columbus; John W. E. Bowen III, .!rs. Annie L. Tucker,

District North Florida Council Boy Scouts of the position of vice York City; Z. Alex- chairman of the convention Columbus, and St:--!Jn Allen, Columbus. Over 1,000 of New York heads the

America, is out and on the go again after being president of District ander Looby, Nashville, conventioners attended two days of testings at the Hotel Deshler, as well as committee handling
Tenn. ; and Dr. Benjamin for
confined in Brewster Methodist Hospital. 34 and member of Usher special lecture for the women. local arrangements
Board 2. E. Mays, Atlanta.Reelected the conference A trus-

----.--------------------------------------------- She is also financial as vice To Appear In Extravaganza First SignerPITCHER tee of UNCF's Talladega
I presidents were M. T. College in Alabasia. Mrs!
secretary of H. E'i ck ens
Blanton Rabbi Judah Tucker is former presi-
Mrs. Ada Dukes of 1031 W. Church Street remains Court 7 House of Jerico.
Cahn, Norman Cousins of its National
confined at her home.She is a member of St. Paul A graduate of Stanton Orlando Fina dent
Roscoe Dunjee, Lewis S. Alumni Association and
AME Church. Friends may visit her. Vocational School, she who moved from Torontoto
t to LosAngeles Gannett, John Hammond, present dean of the New
won a free trip I:ansas City last
given by Atlanta Dr. John Haynes Holmes, York City Talladega
----------------------------------------------- year and ended the season -

Life in attendance to Dr. William Lloyd Imes ith a 6-4, won- Alumni Club.IMPERIAL .

Miss Aljosie J. Wise of Vblusia Junior Collegeis the National Insurance Dr. Allen F. Jackson, i z loss record, was the

spending the mid-year semester-break with Association meeting held Dr. 0. Clay Maxwell 1c first Athletic to signa

her mother, Mrs. Corine Wise of 1926 Morehouse during the month of July Loren Miller, Miss L. B 1963 contract. He is SINIRIES

Road. A graduate of Northwestern High School, 1962. Pearl Mitchell, Senator expected to receive a Patent Medicines-Cosmetics

Mrs. Patterson has Wayne Morse, A. Philip sizeable salary increase All Leading
i Miss Wise is majoring in Biology at the Daytona
arealaset Randolph, Ike Smalls, : result of
proven to be as a H air Preparations
4 Beach institution and is in her final year ofstucfrjjhere.
to her anda Joshua Thompson BishopW. his effectiveness in
company _
.... .. _,v.; is Cor. Broad & Ashley
... ..... ..J. ...,: a ._ bigger and brighter J. Walls, and A. T. d the pinches last season EL
3 4.2159
future is predicted for Walden. rX .
her in the fut'ireRegistration Roy Wilkins was re- y
Mrs. Althea S. Ponder of New York City was in elected executive secre- *
-Y Sound Service for Ad-
Jacksonville recently as guest of her in-laws, tary. V: .. -----
vertising-Dances Ball
Mrs. Annie M. Ponder and Mrs. Josie B. Lasterof Dates

1140 Spearing Street. Court Orders NEW LOCATIO\\ 1 ) Speaker Games, Service etc. Also for Loud Ban-

While in the city, Mrs. Ponder was extended
Set At GJ College quets Concerts, Record
social courtesies by her nieces, Mesdames Marilyn Negro Admitted l\lvin\ n. {CrossO1'TOMETh15T Hops etc.Phone El 3-5602

L. Macon and Iva L. Grant. .

Her Florida visit also included a trip to Miami. ST. PETERSBURG Re- ALEXANDRIA Va. The
gistration for the The STRAND
4th Circuit of Appeals
second semester at Gibbs:? 949 Davis Si.
-- unanimously reversed a StartiH SaatiaiMAM
Dr. Foster Honored Junior College will beheld
U.S. District Court
Jan. 2122. 1963. C 356-4024 mE FILM mAT OIna EVERYTABOOf'OOIf -
B. } eene. Dean of Admissions order Tuesday and
TALLAHASSEE:: -- Members 3a
the State of Florida.of .
announces.In plaintiff Harvey B. R
the Florida 4&M University
Presented on the oc-
anticipation of Gantt may become the
; Marching 100'casion of The Diamond
approximately 100 stu- first Negro ever admitted .,
saluted their band Anniversary Celebra- ,1'1..1 s

master Dr. William F. tion Florida A&M University dents a full complement to all-white 8 Income Tai Returns I !
Clem College in FLC.
of courses will be of- son I ON T LET THE
Fo ster, for die "
fered for first-time However South Caro- SONGSTRESS---Georgia Carr will appeal on ALCOA I File Early 1 SUN S T"ONVbUlU ,
tinguished service to
students coming in from lina officials announced PREMIERE "George Gobel Presents" Thursday, t; QUICK CASH I THIS ToV/NI/!

-- schools and col- that they will "-
high January 31 from 10-11 p.m. NYT over ABC-TV. With

TASTE WHAT'S HAPPENED TO LEMON AND LIME leges. file a last minute noted comedian George Gobel as master of ceremonies Prepared By Experts I II _
Dean Keene predictsthat appeal to the U, S. w
the ALCOA show will include top variety ,
.M. t
the enrollment for Supreme Court At SILVER STAR
performers from all over the world.
next semester will pro- U S District Judge C. ,

bably be more than 700. C Wyche ruled in Let' Eat Teacher | 5668 AVENUE B I II'I'.I'.I..I'.J .
Present enrollment is January that the 20- 6,0 0 0 ViewGJC I Planarians I Iflatwormsi. _
which are cannibals learn fast 'rrr'-wp''' L'1JI'
uu around 750 students. New year old Gantt had not er when they are fed.

Teem students will keep the been denied admissionto : Exhibit ._ __ - - ...-.. Y
- -
enrollment around 700 Clemson because of
because of mid-term race. Clemson on the
exhibits, featuring Continental Bowling
every graduates and the usual other hand stated that
TEEM academic, fatalities. Gmt, an architectural
tingling Japanese prints and
Several new faculty student at Iowa State
the Atomic Energy Com.mission's Lanes Phone
time! menbers will be added to University, had failedto 60 foot Off Cleveland 768-3493

the staff due to the increase meet entrance re-
"Atoms in Action"

v>" <::01.COMPANY MAKES tCE.clUI\Une..ntArs WHY,IT'S SO GOOD' in this year's quirements.In exhibit drew more than
enrollment. handing down its
6, COO viewers during
decision the appellate
the week of January 11-
court commented: "The

distinction drawn be- 18.The
art exhibits were
tween prohibition and
borrowed from the John
discouragement is a
and Mable Ringling Art
novel one in legal
Museum of Sarasota.
literature and we must
hold it unacceptable.
orderedto The "/toas in tatiorf r
Judge Wyche was
SUPER have Gantt admittedin exhibit was trade by the

United States Atomic
the spring semester
Energy Cos mission.g .
which begins on Feb. 1.

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Lauded Durin! Anniversaryhigher ___

290 CHUCK 39$(: TALLJH'iScEE' Florida education is

AtM University is fea- featured demotes a page

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ROAST ,lb. ROAST I.' : REALTOR. official pub- Florida ASH The story
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: IIU PLATE S. # 1 universities.The graduates. The photo .

: yearbook end roster shows a commencementline Of Events
: Series Special
issue in which of march.

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'- ,' ,Segregation May Prevent Jax Suns Little Rock Garni BS In Arkansas

CUvaland OwMr Siys Fwlns Hampton Pirates Aggies :! r ;Th. ,. ,: : ." CIAA: Fray SPORTING IT UP

CIAA Threat
Must! Destrtfitt Ficilitits BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON

ZhQLtig1sZ I
CLEVELAND Ohio--Describing admission r- ,c fs/ TTO OUTSTANDING ATHLETES 1FRE: recently selected
of Little Rock to the International ; HAMPTON' VA. As the for the Rhodes Scholarships. In the selection it
Hampton at1 tu.te.Pirates proved that there is brains
League as similar to "placing a cancerin among Negro athletes
our midst/ Cleveland Indians .President continue to Jell, Negroes did not have to win the scholarships to j

Gabe Paul recently stated that his the question, "Who's -r a prove the possession of brains as well as brawns
Next?." Is 1 1t Stan Sanders, the
farm clubthe Jax Sunsmay refuse to constantly 1-c two-time Little All Acericaa
play there. in the air. With an 1 end from Whittier College and John ". Wideaan I
.. overall record of seven %' Captain of the University of Pennsylvania's undefeated -
Paul who recently aa
bended a syndicatewhich must be'allowed to ', wins and 4 loses and casket ball tern are the first Negroes

F purchased: the: live at the' same hotel. three wins and three to be chosen for this honor since 1907. Sandersis

Indians, acquired a. end; eat at the same losses in the CIAA Conference giving up a pro football career for the
working agreement with restaurant as' any the Pirates are scholarship. He was drafted by the Chicago Bears
and the New York Titans.IN .
*' constantly striving for I
the Jacksonville (Fla.) other player.
the win column. GOING TO ENGLAND TO Sanders
STUDY said he
tea of the International Tittle Rock still
League at the has regulations. refusing The latest victim of knows the $2000 a year scholarship will not I
sale time. equal treatmentto the Pirate Cageaen. N.C. compare: with the salary he would gain as a pro-
Paul it was reported ,colored players." College, fell 79-63.:tp L-it ; fessional football player tut when one compares
threatened to Faul continued."I the ev1 tali zed' Fi- r the world wide prestige that cones with the

boycott any Little Rock ,have to take this rates. In this game it Rhodes Scholarship there is no conparison between

scheduling unless stand because it is. was Grant as usual who the two. His two tine fljj&it ff Little All American -
better. race relationsare right. :I realize it. led the way for the Pi- and his seism tc *Mrl i i eats proved his

assured in the Arkansas might be unpopular; in rates. NCC now has a ability as a student and an athlete Sanders
'.capital some circles but Icsn't 6-6 overall record anda I plans to study law at Stanford and then settle
4-4 'conference record. dom into politics in his
'Ve will not be involved help that, hometown of tatts He
In anything that "We had'the'strongest Holiday In the Festival Norfolk Tournament State- is already the hometown .hero because of his foot-

includes Little Rock 'minor league in the Norman Bonner. ball record.
.unless Gov. Orvllle business until they Charles Grant and Ros- DON'T KNOW HOW MANY- OF YOU watched the All t ro
Faubus 'II'111-.luarantee forced..little Rock on coe Handy were selectedto football game but there is one thing that is

.colored players will those of us who didn't the alltournament YE I certain; whether it was seen live or by TV there
get the same treatmentas 'wantthem in 'team., Handy was also D was no way to miss the performance of those 18
our white players" '."It's 'like playing elected the MVP of the Negroes for the East aid West tea The ten afJII-

Faul asserted. with a cancer'' in our to urn am en t. A ,* .1.1L bers of the East team were Erich Barnes (QLaat*) ;

"I insist that any midst. Faul concluded The Pirates hit the Don Bishop, (Cowboys); Roosevelt Brown, (Gimtft) ;

Jacksonville player road Jan. 8 where they. ,.': Him Brown (Browns) ; Jim Hill (Cards) ; John Henry

met Maryland State there Johnson (Steelers); Gene "Big addy" Lipecomb
* *
laseball League The Hampton charges are ., w':": : '" .' ; (Steelers); Bobby Mitchell (Red &ins); !Don Perkins -

expected to continue (Cowboys) .
Defense King Organized At their' constructive explosion :: l f THE WEST TEAM INCLUDED Dick Bass (Roes) ; Roger

Maryland State Brown (Lions) ; Dick Ni 1Train" Lane (Lions) ;
SiMond eked out a win previously :' Lenny lbore. (Colts); Jim FarKer (Colts) ; J D

t Managers and officialsof over the Pirates. ," :.; Smith (49ers) ; Willie Wood (Packers) and Abe

the newly organized Opponents that are to Ulf:I wiHil Woodson (49ers) Of course everyone who keeps in \

Continental Baseball face the Hampton Institute -. n. -,, close touch with football expected to see Herb (t'Adde I

League completed organization teas might do well rly. the Green Bay Packers great back addedto

9w plans duringa to be cautious, becausethe Big Jim Jackson, 6-5 center with the A. and T. College Aggies scores a Jump the West squad and sure as shooting he was

'''' recent meeting at 1963 Cinderella Pirates shot over the defense of Rufus Davis, left and Albert Welch, right, both of GRAMBLING COLLEGE IS QUITE A BUILDER of professional -

< y"t'",.. .,,: Simond-Johnson' Center. Recreation are termed "giants Johnson C. Smith University, in a crucial CIAA basketball game last week at talent and the litfclfeLouisiana .School.
.among men" and persistto the proudly look over its list players it has
.."{ The league will con-' Greensboro Coliseum. The Aggies won 70-55 with Jackson as high scorer can
Nh prove it a reality. for A. and T., now averaging better than 20-noints. contributed to the pro ranks From all accounts
sist of
12 teams and .-
the,meeting. wa's heldto i.-------- given the most of the men are of raanaoth sta-
ture. The most recent addition to the pro ranksis
bring closer Sonny
under- Floyd'sReturn
Junious Buchanan, the strapping 6-7 272 pound
[ standing and coopera- Athletes
Ihc 1sY6 tion among teams in the Negro SoughtBy Match lineman who Vo'8sdrafted and signed by the Dallas

community's widely Texans of the American Football League Eddie
parated areas. Set For April 4 Robinson the Grabbling coach said Buchanan is

Y' One of the important Southern Colleges the greatest lineman he has ever coAChed.

agenda matters dis- EVERYTHING IS BREAKING FOR THE Negro athlete but
}"; cussed was the seekingof that big Job among the men in Blue that stands
CLARKSDALE Tenn. Feay athletic officials city N a*ville's PearlHi.gh
..,...... .J". ; permission to use Reports seeped out-from Ellis wjjJLbecomeeligible jHiris AttucksafIfopkinsville behind the bat and calls balls and strike or on
'--Jr" ': : r balls and fouls.
: lines and calls fair
the base
Myrtle Avenue Ball lark here last week that for-the var- s
>lULL RUSSELL as the home diamond for colored athletes are sity Jan.. 3, 1964 othersA among For quite a long time IBU ch't k has been done
fellow by the name of Eaaett AM to rd.
all league member teams about a
Celtics' Pivotmtn : receiving more attention Should Fllis become a member of the Ohio
Officers elected were: each .week from varsity eager he will Valley Conference From the viewpoint. of those who have seen Ashford

PRO BASKETBALL 'observers Frank King president; ; Dixie Colleges.Then be the fi rst Negro Austin Peay is enrolled in action, he has been declared ready to goHe

credit Boston Cel- Walter Eunice, vice too, it goes to player in a major- in a league has been a very reliable and wceesful umpire in
tics' towering center president; English show the fact is being varsity sport at a which is increasing its the Pacific Coast League. That can keep him from
Bill Russell Girardeau doing the same in the American or National League -
as the secretaryand gradually realized by Tennessee state-sup colored performers each
garners tor de fen sen an Benjamin Griffin, coaches of varsity ported college with a season. I ?
Since treasurer. SOMEBODY MUST HAVE THE STUFF Branch Rickey
joining the Hub teams at predominatelyNegro predominately white Western Kentucky ;IIL.
five, Russ has paced Teams representedwere colleges student enrollment !astern Kentucky. !'ur- H was made of. Somebody must have the grit guts

the team in capturingfive : Jax Clippers, .K. E Latest to Join the In 1962. Austin Feay ray and Morehead Col- -ONNY. LI ETONTondering and tanacity to get up and say the American Lea-

of their last six Giants MiddleburgTwins Dixie College ranks is had a Negro, Kenneth leges'are already gue or the National' 'League"i's ndwlntroAicinif'its
playoffs. The only defeat Westside Colts, L V a?'His, a transfers Hughes on its 1962 playing Negro athletes.Howard first Negro umpire. So9eb6dy"wi'ii"co e along. "In
registered againstthe Jax rings Southside : from crake: Uni track squad, Track is a Murphy a MI All According to every great Movement somebody had to start: it and

Celtics was by the Hawks. Florida All- versity who will play minor sport here colored halfback; com- Floyd Patterson's Atty. Just as sure as the sun shines on the Texas

St. ;outs Hawks which Stars, Cavaliers and basketball with Austin Austin Feay has en-- pleted his third year Julius November the Prairie there will be Negro umpire They per-

von the playoff and Sunbeam Braves.: Feay College Governorsof tered a wide open of varsity football at return heavyweight title haps will continue to give Bmmrtt Ashford the

championship Russell City Recreation Department this cityAccording scramble for youngstersfrom forehead this past season bout between Liston and run around but some of the boys will eventually
was out with a s Carlton to Austin Burt High of this fatterson will be held slow walk them down. The clouds are breaking
twisted ankle. Bryant is serving as April 4 in Viami! Beach

league advisor Auditoriup. it was announced Ex-Fighter huedLITTERBUG
Central State Gomez Refolds 1 ast week
Released FromHospital CHICXGO -- Funeral:
November ,made the anFLOYD -

WHEN YOU ARE ill To Aid 64Oly.lc ax Suns t .f3..f.1 .M p Pubhthed WDiit..rviu at a .. yer.services 27verc for Rudy bold Saw at

," in cooperation wHH. UhJtVTUder*! Parlor
You Seek The Best Doctor Games SAN FRANCISCO Former 4.+1mc$1 The Advertising. Courcil here recently

When Your Doctor prescribesGet V.TLBERFORCF. o. The No. 1 heavyweight

Experienced Pharmacists U. S State Departmenthas contender Eddie Machen -

...According Your Doctor selected Central left Preslyterian Medi- itS
Orders. We use only The State College as one of cal Center last week now

Dr. C. E. Black Best Quality. DrugsProprietor the nine schools to after having un de r- K

undertake development t gone psychiatric treat- for thosethinkyowig who

of 1964 track ment following a
3 REGISTERED prospectsfor
the Olympics for nervous breakdown /
nations which do not Machen received treatment -. / .
Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries have the coaching talent Returns to Suns for a month and '

PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED or competition to was ref eased Jan 18 by TATTERfCN
S4N JUW. Puerto Rico- .
bring their om athleteto Cwner-General doctors who declared he Sets !site and date

their peaks.Selection Manager had Teco-e red:.*Eddie i. d
Bobby Moduro of the
lil.ly's Drug Store of Central Jax Suns signed right- said he was anxious to .noun cement following a
conference with Patterson
State--the return to the ring. -
only pre-
hand pitcher Ruben Gomez -
officials of Championship
t- -.1'1 -
dominately Negro col- to the 1963 con-
: 1901 KINGS ROAD EL 3-8276 lege in the group--was tract to play with the 'PATRONIZEStar sports; Inc. andListen's

believed based upon the Suns it was announced Nilon. adviser. Jack

fact that the Marauder during the past weaken AdvertisersTICKETS
Nilon told the
1! cindennan have lost d.. press
only one dual meet in ..- that be hasn't receiveda
i $ the three final word of approval
Skintonabrighter past years
They hold the All-Chio ON SALE AT CIRCUS SITE I from Sonny Liston whomh

title; the MidWestern JeckOTnWe Or et D.tr CeMMM..fore Ce IMS
-Athletic Association who's going to do the

Utl e",.and the. Chio AAD g1ing fighting"
/4rhto ttI'e.i .: '
: :.
In addition. Central

.State*.9 cross country ros ORDER FUEL

,team has captured the ar _
__ ANDs
; NCAA national champion
ship twice in the past I

skin; three years-!?60 and

1962. fey did not compete RED
the title in Asa!
"klearley IO_ for I
1961 .
.wlt OR e"'s-
Athletes from: Africa:
.N1I.bee. FUEL
Asia end Latin America '1CIRcus f The livelier Ufa.is more popular than
will spend 1 days in
Ate.rele this country starting bEU! ever today..and so is Peptl-coa. .

February 21 as guests And nothing drenches your tMrsi COLA
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,, SPONSORED jointly by James /el don Johnson branch YMCA Jones of Moncrief Gray-Y Club; Jerry Ramsey and Joseph
: Edward Lewis of John E.
Trottie of itethune Gray-Y and
and the Continental Bowling Lanes, Inc. the annual
.A Ford Gray-Y. Tadpoles holding runnerup trophies are
Gray-Y bowling tournament came to a successful close
I tfurdettBernard Holmes and I Ueal of Susie
vterdel Tommy
last Saturday morning with presentation of awards--12

:. .. beautiful trophies--to the championship and runnerup F. Tolbert Gray-Y and Larry Caldwell of Smart Pope
Gray-Y Club. Standing in rear from left: Kayford brown
teams and winners in various categories. The Little

Giants, by virtue of their '-J33-H05 win over the Peeeels Sr. YMCA board member, Adrian (Ken) Knightwho pre-
sented the trophies and E. W. Bryant, YMCA board mem-
in the semi-finals, moved into the champion-
ber and tournament coordinator. Photo right shows
ship round against the Tadpoles and garnered the titleby
champion Little Giants, namely: gillie !Ualdwin, Joseph
a 5-I9-X6 tally. In photo ( left) kneeling left is
Trottie, Jerry Ramsey, Michael Guyton and Edward
Michael Guyton who bowled the second highest score. On
extreme right ( foreground). is Joseph Trottie whose Lewis, and Pee Wee members Everge Moore, Hampton
Bailey I Anthony Hughes Larry Moore and Isaac Jones.
ICI string was. the highest of the tourney. Members of ,
the champion Little Giants shown holding first place 3ottor-i photo left's Continental's officials areFrect
\Woodard, manager; Fred Oeckett, supervisor and E. W.
trophies are: /Lillie Ualdwin, Michael Guyton and Isaac
bryant, Y board member and tournament cocrdinator.

sY Thomas Hargrave, YMCA Executive Secretary supervised

Sebring SwampedBy A&T Undefeated In CIAA IGREENScoRO

Eyes Position With Colts

Entry Requests ,:; <" / N.C. -- the visiting Bulls in a
,, >:;\ t The AST College Aggi es, first half and coastto

SABRING' -- With theMarch the lone undefeated m easy win.

23rd date for the toad in the C I AA By intermission MT

durance Race fast f : week took a firmer lead and chose to slowdown

... ; grip first
: on placeby
drawing near race secretary the ball gaae, apparently -
reg. with says whipping the highly satisfied to

?c. oRims' that if time were t." regarded Johnson C. match the Charlotteclub
P rkey First i:' Snith
Retains Title 'i University Bulls
Wilson i available the automobile 70-55. point for point.

racing club of t High scorer for the
By KayoSAN Rids' Signee Florida organizers of t .; The game was the main evening was Smith's
: event of
Get $15,000 a
this famous endurancerace : 0 stone McMorris who
could easily run 1 header on monday Jan. dumped in 22-p lnts.
JOSE, Calif. -- CINCINNATI Bob Pur- 14. at the Greensboro
two additional 12 hour 'o but the balanced Aggie
North American Flyweight LOS ANGELES University key became the numberone "J Coliseum, which saw the
races. attack was the difference
champion Ray of SouthernCalifornia's signee for the Reds Greensboro Dudley High
From all over the The five A&T
Perez of San Jose retained fullbackBen when he inked his 1963 <.4M7 School knocked from the
world manufactures and st art ers. who all
his title by Wilson who was one Cincinnati contract on : ranks of the undefeatedby
private owners of road w scored in double
.. ,'
stopping challenger .of the stars during the January 12 which General :1 Wilmington Wl-
racing missles are : figures included: Jim
Ray Pacheco of Las recent Troj ans Rose Bowl Manager Bill DeWitt liston High School.A .
looking to Sebring. ,.. ?r ; ..t Jeckson. 19Hugh; Evans
Vegas in 2 minutes 47 victory has signed a called 'a very sub- '0". ; crowd of 4,054 spec-
Florida for the i "" 14; Irving Mulcare and
opportunity .
seconds in the eighth t 15.000 contract with stantial and deserved -' .', o tators, the largest of
of adding additional ",, ,,',' Nevil Shed 13 each
round q f a 12 round the Los Angeles Rams of increase in salary." Stx :;- She current season saw
laurels to < and Maurice McHartley
bout. the National Football That Furkey was numberone d the Aggies rip apart
their trophy shelves ... ,: 11.
The bout which had no League.The in agreeing to terms

knockdowns was stoppedby contract was saidto was little solace to the Ferrari of Hodena FORMER PHILLtES far.band George Williams
Italy manufacturer and ,
the referee on account be especially satisfactory rep id and loyal Cincinnati 23, .bo drafted CHERRY'SCocktail BAR
designer of the worlds was into army service last
7 of a deep cut to Wilson sinceit fans who have been up Lounge Cordial Atmosphere
fastest road racing spring following his sale to. the Houston
above Pacheco's left permits him to con-' in arms because furkey WHERE OLD FRIENDS
Colts will be MEET
receiving his third
cars will be on hand crackat
eye brow. Perez weighed time his dental studiesat has been bypassed when 1843
ICings Road """"""
--"" El 3-809
a major league infield
again with 3 experi- position
it to selecting
112 to Pacbectfs 111K. Us:. comes 1138
spring W Adams ------------------ EI 37457aiL
training at
the Colts'
,, "- the top pitching honors mental prototype cars camp. Will-
for 1962. displacement at this iams is a native of Detroit, Michigan.
INDEPENDENT OIL CO. The handsome and intelligent time not announced

Red right under the racing colors

KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY hander turned in one of of the S.E.F.A.C. team; Clark Paces

i MECHANIC ON DUTY the greatest hurling jobs while the A.S.A. entry Goodsoa Humid SIAC Cagors

Ike Joseph ---"""""""""- Proprietor- ever posted by a Cincinnati also from Modena. Italywill I

State and Jefferson Streets ----- EL 6-9432 pitcher. be running the all To Gciise Count. ATLANTA Cl ark Col-

Purkey won 23 and lost new lOOCcc Ferrari for lege' s Panthers rallied
only five for the best 4 points in the final
the Alitalia Airline TAU.JHASEEE: rentier
ROYAL ART STUDIO winning percentage in Trophy as well as many 0. Goodson has been seconds Jan. 12 as they
the MAJOR leagues. His staved off certain defeat -
Ii 515 DAVIS STREET case awards. named as regional Manager -
brilliant 2.81 earned- and edged Morris
Carroll for the Game aid Fresh
Shelby top
Order Now at Reduced Prices run-average was third Brown 59-58 The victory -
best: in the National; Lea- ranking driving star cater Fish Commission'ssecond ,,, .

Photo Cards gue and fifth best in of a few short years conservation district maintained Clark'sposition ;
: .
as the leading .
ir northeast
ago will be on hand Florida
li.iiidBals the majors.The
t: Family Creeps teas in the SIAC. .
Goodson replaces Charles
longest losing with the Ford poweredA.C. /
: Clubs streak encountered by Cobra a challenger -* Cl11ll0 rea who resigned 'AnONIZEStar

I.i- Black & White Color Bob was ONE gaae.Turkey to the 1963 effective January 1. according -

Model Corvettes. Although to A.P. Aldrich Advertisers"The
was named as a !
Sepia TIRe director.In .
drivers have
pitcher on the SPORTING no
Quality Photographs NEWS All-Star N.L. team been officially signed stating sqJa11ftcatlons. STRAND _

Churches I and was third in the on as yet. it Is under- Aldrich
Weddings Social Start
said SeiiajIHE
that the promotion 11
voting for the CY YOUNG stood that a top notch

Bill EL 4.1894- award. He pitched in the driving ace. from the was in accord with the. white
West Coast will be Commission's desire to '
first All-Btar Game and He
deed to drive the A.C. promote within the ranks THEY
You Don t Have to Go to Town to Get was also on the squad for
!'then opening are available -
the 2nd Classic bat did Cobra. IT!
and personnel are
not see any action. He *
LOW PRICES found to be cpalified.
was "N.L. Flayer of
Goodson was employed by:
Month for May; 1962". the Commission Sept.. When Delilah Gave Samson That FMMS

On Your Hit 12 1955. and assigned dutyas

MIlII wildlife officer in
Watch This down a HAIR CUT

DRUG STORE NEEDSTrade Jackson County. He was {

With Your Neighborhood>> Drug Store 10-63-88 !II Irish Loss promoted as the result She Opened Up a While
of competitive examination -
Ie Deliver- Also Fill All under the s.8ioD'S I
Ductora'Preser7Dtioae FiElD FOR WOtttH
i SOUTH BLEND. Ind aerit System to NEW

3 1 Negro sophomore forward the rank of Area SUper-

Dixie Pharmacy 5 Larry Sheffield of visor four years later. JacksonvilleBarber

1 I Notre Dane tallied 12 Good son's appointment

points as the Irish to the position of
1302 Kiiis lead it Mjrtfe Anne 49 28..12 lost a 76-68 overtime Regional Manager is the Inc.

to North CarolinarecmtlJ' FILM College
131 game result
PfceHS EL 5-5M7-38 318 55 of further competitive THAT
: Aida A T-I. examination ON DEFIES
The young Fort Wayne 100% Air CIM.
--------- r. 9-68-44 athlete was the only his outstanding leadership EVERY TABOO! 6. I. Apprwd

PAY 11Yi IICNT WATER All TEIEPHW Sometime 14 Usometimes ? Negro participant in ability, and recordas 630 DAVIS ST. at Beaver
dona a wildlife officer
BILLS AT HR STilE He adds, nuhtnct the nationally tele- and JACKSOHVIllE. FiiRliA
H. works It All ar.uWJ 'vized cue area supervisor.

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Enrollments Up Post Holiday Celebrants Florida JobBias

In Jr. Colleges I Charged

TALLAHASSEE -- The TAMPA- The NAACP was /.. /.. ..././... ../
State Department of r< /1
Y. asked this week to sub- >oCalleSONNY
Education in releasing
Bit a sample draft of
more funds to public BOY BOOK
legislation banning bias
restitutions from the 44 : in hiring by Florida's
Minimum Foundation, i : -a. state government and HoroscopeHunches- Dream!
recognized that 17 of
the state's 29 junior local agencies. And their meanings, Bonds
This request was madeon
colleges had increased
the heels of an NAACP Parlay Cuba
enrollments this year.
complaint against theFlorldaEmptoyman :

OSAll is l L t Service So-Called Lucky Numbers 1

before the Hill s- .,

y. bcrougi\ County legislative 0 Sonny Boy Says

Day s Robert'delegation.: W. Saunders OMy Son is 6 years 1

41 r NAACP field secretarytold S My daughter 14 rears
Saturday Stage
the delegation that
Ny mother 61 '
the "state is barred by years

and -.'- constitutional from participatingin requirements 0 My grandma 96 years

TO-CATHERNESS PARTY by employees of Enquire Lounge and their guests was celebrated recently at segregated hiring
Screen Show spacious Club Eldorado following the busy holidays season. The evening was most pleasantly spent practices of a private I Get this book at

with dancing interspersed with a relaxing social interlude. Serving a delicious repast highlighted business.

on our screen the affair. Some of the attendees shown from left 'are: Samuel. Way, Miss Ruth Clark Mrs. Vera 1 4b4 this reason drug & sundries stores
cMlll an, Arthur McMillan, Manager James C. Bailey Mrs. Mary Wynn Mrs. Piccola Parrish. Mrs. ;'r Saunders continu.ed.'we .
DEMONS" Elouse MCC aY. Leon Hickson Miss Ann Tarver and Mrs. Ann Paschal. feel that the Jacksonville Keystone Lucky Store, S
"SHE (Royal Art Studio Photo) legislature should con S Broad near Ashley; Dixie Phal1lRcy Kings
1Rd. 8 Myrtle Ave. : Kozy Korner Stores ;
sider the of
and FHI 's RegistrationSet A/3 L TaylorIs laws which passage would ban
POLICE REPORTSSEVERAL state agencies from ST. AUWSTINE-Big Dipper, 97 Central Ave.

"THE UNEARTHLY" For Jan. 29 ReassignedAMARILLO honoring request basedon
IDAYTONA' Biggins-Meeks.. 2nd Ave.
ITEMS REPORTED police reported.. AFB Tex. race
STOLEN PROM HOME Entrance was made Registration for the Airman Third Class Len- Two state senators ex-
and "' PALATKA-- Odonfs Grocery 219 N. 11th St.
I r
window in the Spring Semester at Fla 'p'ress :isagreementwith ,
Mrs. Fleet M. Alexander through a wood Taylor of Jacksonville 2 5 '/ / / / / / '< / "'/ /I"
of the building Normal and Industrial the'NAACF spokesnan
rear PI a. is being '
of 1567 W. llth
Memorial College will CHILDREN DO YOU NEED HELP -
Street, reported her police said.Several reassigned to TyndallAFB saying that private ... .
items were take place on January businessmen should be *
home was ransacked police Fla. followinghis Then Start Right By Contacting Me! HELP IS 'WAfT-
29 and instruction will I
stolen. able to hire whomever
reports indicated.Mrs graduation from the I ING. WRITE YOUR WISHES TO: M. 0. Specialist 51-D,
IF ? ? THE Patrolmen C. Barton and begin on the following they pi ease.
YpIXPECT Alexander said United States Air Force West 35th Street, New York, New York.
USUAL ORDINARY she left her home at G.L. Bradley investigated day according to Dr technical training Mr. Saunders quickly
They were assis- Sankey C. ChID, dean of pointed out that the
I 7:40 am last Mondayand course for warehousing MEN AND WOMEN NEEDED
ted by; Cruiser 324. the College NAACP is not trying to
specialists here.
when she returned at
4:40 pm. she found the .i t t t.. . The only change in Airman Taylor son of curtail this right tut WORK IN CIVIL SERVICENo
broken course offerings during Kr and Mrs. Solomon feels that race shouldnot
house had been NEW STANTON BREAK-IN REVEALS Necessary-Grammar School Education
the Spring Semester is Experience
be a factor and that
ttnston of 1659 McMillanSt.
FIRST_ TIME HEREI into NO MISSING ITEMS that Education 490, Cur- "the state did have the Usually Sufficient-Train Now at Hose For Jobs
Missing namely a clock
Details, Send Name. Address,
SLA VI rent Trends in Education With Security-For
School right to regulate and
stanton High
radio, a $20 bill a trained to receive supplies -
MAIDENS AT will be given each Phone NO. to: NATIONAL TRAINING SERVICE. P.O. Box
MERCY OF 25 calibre automatic 1149 W. 13th Street was and equipment from curtail businesses from
HIDEOUSMM pistol.She broken into last Monday, Saturday morning from depots contractors and hiring on the basis of 561, Jacksonville Florida.EDGEWOOD.

Pd, eEastsI said entry was made police stated.entrance 8:00-11:00 a.m The local suppliers and to race.'
by breaking out a glass was made course will be taught by maintain them in proper The NAACP legislativedraft

pane in the front door. through the front dooron Dr Chao and staff. storage until issued. will be considered AVENUE

Aneigibor says she saw the southeast corner NOW SHOWING when the Florida governing

two teenage boys loiter- of the building.The body meets in April. Drive In
Super MarketOpen
MAO principal was
ABU ing near her house at
a.+ about 1 p.m.Patrolmen unable to determine Missouri DistrictDesegregates
f FRli 'T mf H. Edwardsand anything missing at the

F ss H. Harley investi- time of the investigation '.
hN" s gated. because the dining
ACt "r' . . . room was the only partof s ST. LOUIS The school
FRANKENSTEIN $.. whet the building entered. board of Charleston .
HIM A6l Patrolman Clarence Barton Mo., has been ordered to
+ 'r EItANKENSTEINAtrETS TEEN ACE TRIO conducted the in- : discontinue operating 1 iiys Freea
0ltANlA'fDAUGMTEAI Mrs. Rosa Lee Frederick
v esti gation.
racially segregated f -I'
32, 1416 Windle Streetwas schools.In week Delivery

the victim of 'armed * a decision handed

robbery last Monday Have you ever been so scared that your hair stoodon down on Jan. 15, U.S
end? You will when you see Dr. Morris and his District Judge James H 7 I... .. Phone
DUYAL weird House of Horrors stage show, that will be Meredith held that the to 12 p... PO 59494
,Ir in person at the Roosevelt Theatre on Saturday.The school board was vio-

TMr Fri. Jan. 25th big stage show features a giant swamp spider, l sting the supreme law -- -
.- rcr -
that Dr. Morris says will roam the theatre when. of the land in that it i

otoSSALI Est ADM. Advance $1.50 At Door $2.00 lights are out. This is the first time the show was not 'giving Negrostidents.educational I fI ;
I I has appeared in Jacksonville. It's all in fun; opportunities Plenty

Tickets, Tables but to play safe the, theatre management will havea guaranteedto
PERSON nurse and ambulance on call at all times. A them under the Constitution -
1 I
free booklet on how to embalm a corpse will be !
:- l1Blster Fords Restaurant given anyone upon request as long as they last. The judge ordered the I ,

'. ,;-- Official's Discharge .SoughtCINCINNATI the board Negro and attorneys children for to It & RABBITS
submit plans for desegregation ;
The NAACP over an argument: between
branch here this week a police officer and two of the IR0
?l called for the discharge Negro women. s chools.V t

of Safety Direc William: F Bowen NAACP PORK.3,9c 1o t

MONSTERS CAPTURE I ..., tor Oris Hamilton on president, said there >Two\v; Vlrti viruses. Clu frequently ft foundIn t ,
GIRLS PROM AUDIENCE! ir grounds that he is "in- were 'twenty to thirty j the respiratory system of '

II I IIu t= !.."SI.EIODY RAYE MERCY"COOKE competent and incapableof policemen on the scene cancer,nan have in been laboratory shown to animals.cause ROAST ,.. ,. t
fulfilling the dutiesof at the time the people ;One was trapped at Baylor 49C
>t kto9eNe,4 University College of Medicine. .
Ski his office were bitten by Patrolman lie other at the National Institutes '\ : :: : t
The Association's of SELECTBEEF : '
appeal John Virgin s d>"g. i J !I' _Healths '16.
t was based on the The group was not t
wanton use of police violent or hostile "
ANTTNlNO tor art T'OY'Yr ufN l *"MTIMt CM MANGE THIS LOVE" dogs against Negro Mr. Bowen asserted. ROOMS & APTS. 290Ifc. I
i I
citizens last May and 'when Officer Virgin, FOR RENT LIVER

"{ING IT IN HOME TO HE" Mr. H nU ton's commendation in a fit of anger with CHIPPr S ROOMING HOUSE I
of police officers his dog in one hand and 218 Lee St. EL 4-8069 i
I involved, before makingan his revolver in the ROOM FOR RENTFurnishedSingle GROUND
PtM CI.itiM M aeon TO rtoTKtQfnU KING CURTIS i iTWIST" investigation.Eight other raced up and down Man- 39C I '
persons, one of the street. B&C Water-Cooking, Pri- I
A aacnON -"SMI whom had to be hospitalized "He hurl ed racial vileges-El 3-9942 aftr 6 ,Ifc I'

were attacked and slurs and vulgarity and LARGE JUMBO .
t bitten by trained police ordered his dog to attack ROOK FOR RENT
and his orchestra dogs The incident arose curious citizens'. Single Woman-Kitchen SHRIMP 790 t
with the coaaand. feet Privileges7650840after I
Will RECEIVLA -. --- hill '" Kr Bowen said. 1 p.m.FOR. '

FLU* SC8E H SHOW! St.rtiff Stria ,;>.efl JC '1 'Ithlefrr The findings of the SALE \ MEDIUM 14.59C
.. Major's Committee differed -
.. considerably froa: BRICK HOMES-3 BDRM2BathsCarportBuild SHRIMP It I

LOST AND FOUND AD -- DEFIES Myrtle Ave. arid Adorns Wipnc It4-1465; those of the NAACP, In ,lb.

THE f1LMTHM leading the Associationto Oven & Range-As Low As t
Lost or strayed, a giant TABOO! MEDIUM MULLET 20c assert, "this is $400 Down-$72 Monthly- \ LARGE ROE
3 ft. swamp spider. If EVERY another Altewasb. where Model Home-6234 Cleveland t 150II.I

seen, please notify the LARGE ROE MULL 29cu.79c a police officer -was.in-" Road-PO 5-1296 | MULLETS ', 1o t
Roosevelt Theatre. Do MEDIUM SHRIMP M"u. volved itT the misuse of .
not try to capture, as .forcet
LARGE SHRIMP... wl 00Ttf II I't I
this thing is very The NAACP will concentrate AUNT JEMIMA
dangerous. .its Off-E-eA CJTJ."Brigs JVeJ on Its campaign to 4 Burner Gas Stove 'o 15c

GOURMET CORNER remove the present Safety Com Bread Mix It I
ttt Tte N..c.f..., WII. LReI Tk. betic ,... Director as a means! Excellent ConditionPO 't 2 hits

Boys wanted to help Dr. ABALONE MEAT I 'n.. M.95JS to f improving relations policecoraunity and- MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT t

Morris cut off the legs Pink White Meat ma* ... '2.75= as an expression of Negro 5 7519 t 79c

of the beautiful Roosevelt girls Theatreon at CUBED TURTLE MEAT %%. & 69c indignation. Unfinished Aprtstit COFFEE ,

stage for the HOUSE 'CONCH MEAT i... 49c FIR RENT It with 55.00 or sin (feud qitr: i IZ. Hr29c

OF HORRORS 91 !. KING CRAB LEGS ,:.a.. ..... '!" 429 West 1 18tb St. '

Tn.-H ... l.Bt-C'Jt WI.",..-,.r Pk.a *. c7 1 2. Bid RooMs '
New It
: Frifitfaire, tats
For the mad Dr, Morristo i ruo. Cola '

live in while here to ILOWD ROE SHAD .... 49' STEAKFISH LL 59' lit Mater Heater lit with 55.5 er Hire .IN x/sr 5 tti J'
present this HOUSE OP Aid Spaci Neater
the FRESH WATERCATFISH Crow nOllDA ---....
HORRORS Roosevelt SHOW Theatre. u. Cge LOBSTERS u. 69' Applf 1 1S43 lAIR