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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: December 14, 1963
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I To Curb Officers Petitionby Hayes TullisWon't Center is Leonard V.

RATON Walker. 45. of 1343 W.

A rift in the .AME Church stemming from suspended two Florida to 12th St. a supervisorof
seeking
A&M students mail with the Jack'i
the payment of dues for Inflated member- be reinstated to their Play OB : sonville Post Office. i

ships, has been worsening progressivleyand classes was unanimously ti'e Homicide Detective

has now reached the stage 'where the turned down last week by MIAMI---SPECIAL--The telephone wire Sgts. J.L. Jordan and R.

Presiding Bishop of the Eleventh Episcopal, the State Board of Control seemingly crackled here Thursday when the %L : C. Matthews said Walker "
District has filed suit in Circuit
a Court
meeting here. editor of the Florida STAR called '.A&M Coach stated he had parked his
to curb the activities of a group cff officers A FAMILY S INVESTMENT-Mrs. Medgar Evers and her
Cited for activities Jake Gaither to clarify widespread rumors car in a lot locate
and stewards of a Jacksonville three children, Darrell Reena Denise and James
relating to integration that Rattlers' Bob Hayes, Jim Tullis and near the northwest
church. rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr Van Dyke, know well the price of freedom. One part
of theatres sit-ins and Bobby Felts would not play in Saturday comer of Ashley St. awl
Ball replacing them with new through the purchase end
Bishop ff.P. filed of their investment comes
other demonstrationshere night's Orange Blossom Classic in the Orange returned to it when two
the suit along with Rev. names. rrrrrrrrrrrr.r.rrr use of NAACP Holiday Seals. The 1963 Holiday Seals
.
were Mrs. Patricia Bowl. men walked up to him
Blaine, pastor of St. The Stewards and Trustees Campaign seeks to raise $150,000 through the sale
Stephens Due, Miami, and Gaither in vehemently all concerning rumors OM of the men pilled a
Paul AME Church; Robert in a resolutionhad of the seals in sheets of 100 at $2, $4, $5, $10
Reubin Kenon of Lake denying the charge that the OB Classic would Bagwell Photo) gun, asked the victim
and (
Bacon, Dorothy Bacon advised St. Paul'spastor $25.
,
City who were Indefinitely screamed, 'It' s a lie, postponed due to the for his money, and then

Bessie Ray, Alberta that they would suspended Oct. and a vicious plot on Saturday afternoon game A & M-Bears Setto Predicted shot hill.Welker .
Zanders, john Watson, pay for 1205 members at
the part of some person i in the Bowl by statingthe said the two i II eon

W.A. Fort Margery Miles $2 refusing each per to pay half-year for 1505, 18.It was reported that or persons to sabotage IPAUU' spectacle, now in A Down The Wire 'Natural' ran down Ashley St. The

and Ida Dixon. the suspensions were s progress. its 30th year of unin- vietfaB said he walked to
They charge that a members which they MIAMI---After scanning the past season's
"Hayes, Tuilis and terrupted play, will the 500 block of AefcUy
of Trustees and claim to be Inflated.
group records of the two opponents, died-in-wool
Felts are in atop condition it and asked Eddie lever
continue as long as
Stewards of the church However, Rev. Blaine, footbal fans will find little to choose
'-1-: and are rarin'to te call an ambulance.PatrolM .
receives, such wonderful
"wrongfully ,locked the like several other pas- from in to select favoritefor
attempting a
go...a full 60minutesIf C.Y. THemt'
both fans
doors of St. Paul AME tors who have, allegedly -. support from
": r needed,' he the 30th annual presentation o.f the and
cpn:,' p. R. Merritt assisted -

Church and prohibited ,: ,beell-pressured... i "* t1Ducd,...,f..1 wilt;' < : .and-Seir!sponsdrsiWho: tlt8''Clds"si"c1r ,-.Orange Blossom. classic taking place here in the inventination.
worshippers from peacefully either insisted that the .
( h ,entire squad was in as at 8:15 in the famed'Orange Bowl. .
using the build- Bishop r quota be .met' by rrrr...rririiiiiii. .
fine physical condition Gets Hall of Famer Jake Gai-
the church or 'proceeded Pal Charged
ing. as those three players; ," thers' Rattlers, for the by placing third in
The suit was filed last to find other means of jf ;
he added. first time in many seasons rushing defense.
week following the locking providing the membershipmoney
Hayes, holder of theworld's .. dropped a brace of Among the Bears stand- With Slaying
of the church doorson demanded. $24,0001MIMI
100 yard dash games this year, both to outs are Oliver Dobbins ___
Dec. 1 by the officials Many see this rift over
A modem Demon
record, who hails from under dogs, the first, who broke Morgan's one MIAMI
of the church aembershlp dues as a t4
tale ceded
and Pythias
Jacksonville, is the Will the $24 a 14-12 setback to Ten- seas 01 scoring recordin
who claim they do not spreadin revolt against
in twist last
t Rattlers leading scorer 000 remain in one man's nessee State and their totaling 84 points; a tragic
want Rev. Blaine as the situation where Bishop j
week and one of the
this year. Tuilis, a possession, or will it final of the season 20- his running mate Leroy
their pastor.The Ball is being It s. PATRICIA DUE principals is in
new
Miamian, is the team'sranking be split: four way? That, 14 in the fading moments
move was made against biased for encouraging attributed to the Jail facing charges of
pair'shaTine quarterback and is the question.It to Texas Southern, thus
Rev. R.J. Blaine the fact that the Presi- been convicted of pass specialist. Felts, all began last Dec. first degree murder, police
the with an.
to Elder has taken ending year
who according mem- ding a
a contempt of court a junior back and alsoa 6 when four friends reported.
bers, withdrew $2.300 church matter into the citation. Miamian, is another 8-2 mark. Robert KUble and Otis
chipped in 50 cents each
from the Barnet National Morgancoached by form-
civil court rather than
backfield ''swlfty and Bell were inseparable
Attorney George Albionof
at the $2 window at Tropical
Bank by having the authorized er.Iowa All-America
to settle
attempting Miami who representedthe was cited the most val- Park race track in friends who worked en
names on checks guard Earl C. Banks who
1 it in an ecclesiasticalcourt two students con- uable player during a the twin double and won the same job and sharedan
changed' at the bank and has arroused some took over the unenviableJob
poll of the at apartment locatedat
tended that the suspensions press JJ4.102.60.
of building a team
FatherlessGroup unfaborable attitude were illegal in the close of the recent The four, Tommie Lee 268 NW 11th street.
of defending CIAA ti-
toward him and will that the student hand- Jacksonville Classic between Miller, Frank Lee Smith, Discovery the lees ef

Faces undoubtedly have some book called for a five A&M and Texas SOu- David McMillen and Edward tilists, overcame the $800 which be had .hitfd fi.

t effect on his bid for member committee whereasa thern. Brown insisted that serious handicap of not in the apartment,Kintole,

Cheerless Xma; reelection as Bishop of seven member committee The' wily A&M mentor also Miller deposit the money having one experienced convinced that his associate -

the Eleventh District. presided over the students put a atop once ana for In the bank under his Quarterback to lead .the had stolen the.
Peace on Earth, Goodwill Named as defendants in twam.
hearing. safe money brooed over MM"
name 'for keeping -
Toward Men, gestures Muslim LeaderIs Biding the season withan
.. Boa-
the suit are: A.
Albion also argued thata .' matter for several days,
of goodwillfestive get- 8-1 record, Banks had
ton .T.I. Walker, Wheeler
,
contempt conviction is Interviewed shortly MORGAN'S BANKS About a week later, fce _
s together during the SilencedCHICAGO molded one of the finest
Pickney, J. P. Coppcok, not a violation of civilor after the race, Miller, Kelly and brilliant said the only way he
Yuletide season and the teams in MorgaiThistory.His .
Willis William T.
C.A.
,
criminal law in reply (ANP)' a floral deliveryman freshman guard, Willie might recover hts massy
exchanging of gifts will Carver, Paul J. Bennett, charges broke thecollege's
to statements by the Fast-talking, overwhelming said, "Big Daddy, we Laniwr. was tfcroogh the purchase
have little
meaning for Samuel Graham, James L. students that they were Malcolm X was all put 50 cents in." all-time one Others expected to per- of a gene and taws. forceBe

a mother and her eleven Williams Jr. J.D. Kennedy season scoring record-- ,form yoenen's duties Sat- 11 to retina themosey.
told they were suspendedon silenced and suspended However, when interviewed -
4 fatherless children this Johnson, --while holding -
Joseph 402 points
urday night are giant .
a provision against last week by his ascetic again this ,

year J ftnic Wimberly and violation of criminalor leader, Elijah Muhammad: week, Miller stavxd: "I their opponents to tackle Marvin Crawford, OR Dec. 8. Kimfcle CM-
The STAR which on Mathew p. George, all 61 Barkers and like Atif, fullback Clarence Scott werk
civil law.WilkiRs' head of the Black Muslim won the coney myself. It plated his day's ,

numerous occasions has trustees. thinking, my the Bears... rated aaona and younger backs Earl p tiro based a gve before
brought situations of named also, are: C.R. pest. was my the first 20 of the nation .
The disciplining following picking and my brains. .Mayor and Bernard Banks. gels g to the. apartmentte _
'
this to small colleges.
type a Mats s
generously
Middlebrook, Alexander
a speech by Malcolm Tax men noted that it The pre-gaae and halftime argvc with Ie II. A*
responding public, cottrell. Harold C. Numerous satelliteswill ensued and
shows are expectedto argument
fn alone
Miller's name
X in New York was x
was made aware of thefamily's Hosie Sease, be expected to be
Ferguson, Rifto ActiM which he expressed jubi- in the winner's slip be the most colorful Kimtele was charged with
plight Wednesday Alexander Stewart, Reu- in orbit here Saturday '
lation over the assassination when he picked up the in OBC histroy, in ad- fatally shooting his
by Mrs. Mary Thomasof ben Brooks, M.C. Chambers night, namely, the Rattlers dition to the Saturday former friend.
of President John money.
The
WASHINGTON executive -
S327 Ardisia Road a
J.A. Reeves, A.G. Miller' boss Harry Jax' Bob Hayes, afternoon street parade Homicide Detective /UN.Fcatase .
secretary of the F. Kennedy.;
Beater of the Junior Wo-
Pickney, Otis Gamble, the teaa's leading scoring investigated.
and allied affairs.
said he
men's Club which National Association for Addressing a Muslim Krongold pays
plans Mathew Davis, Wayaan P. and worl d's fast
the Advancement of rally at the Manhattan hit employe daily so BecomesGARY.
to aid the family Negro City Engineer
per- Surcey, stewards, and est human;palline specialist I
sonally and through Colored People, here to Center In New York that he can play the

public support.Mrs. I.Do Sweet,and officers. attend the Leadership Center. Malcolm X had dogs by night and the Jim Tullls of Ind. (AMP) post last week by lacy

Thomas disclosed CeHiressmmDries Conference on Civil said that the Presi- horses by day. Krongold, Miami whose field generalship The first Negro ever to Mayor-elect A. Martin

that the mother is ill, Rights last week, level- dent's assassination was.a who has employed Miller has been phe- be named a city engineer Katz. -

unemployedand the house Svppert ,ed a noholdsbarredblast case of "chickens for some 10 years, believes nominal; Jax end Alfred in the State of Indiana He is Leoacl Car'er.c.rre.t17 ,

payment has been delinquent at the lackadaisical coming home to roost" he will share Den son whose snatching was appointed to that a research
of Tullls' pisses has specialist,
for two months. Fer President treatment which some asserting that Mr. his luck .with his com
always been breath-
a
She further stated that WASHINGTON (ANP) Congressmen are giving Kennedy had been "twid panions. taking spectacle to witness Leader Loses Libel Case Plea

the children ranging Negroes were cautionedthis the pending civil rights dling his thumbs" over JACKSON. Miss. -- A
Stadnts PlsnMemoriil
Junior back
; Bobby
from two to 14 ;years old week to have faith legislation.Roy the assassination of two libel judgement Issued $16.000 damage to the F'
Pelts of Miami who is
consists of two girls in President Lyndon B. Wilkins, one of 200 Viet Naa leaders Presi- against Dr. Aaron Henry, polieecjaa was appealedby
ToPresldl.t expected to take up the
NAACP.
aged 12 and 14 remaining Johnson by California civil rights leaders at dent Ngo Dinh Diem and president of the NAACP _
where Hayes left off; The suit steamed free
being boys. Congressman Augustus the meeting, recalling his brother, Ngo Dinh Mississippi State Conference -
JFK fullback Charles sutton, alleged stateeats made
Persons and groups Hawkins who called the the Senate quick action Nh u. was upheld recently :

wishing to bring a ray new President "a Ban of when Argentina threatenedthe The announcement of Jacksonville, and a host by the State Su- by Dr. Mary to the effect -

of sunshine into this great courage. steeped property of American Malcolm Xa suspensioncame NASHVILLE. Tenn. -- of other reliables. preme court.Dr. that a morals charge

family's apparent holiday in the Roosevelt Kennedy oil companies said: from the Muslim (ANP) A group of Fisk Banks, who has handled Henry was accused against him was .a diabolical -

gloom, nay contribute tradition." "If congress can get national headquarters University students In a the Morgan Bruins for by Clarksdale Police plot cooked op"

food clothing, He noted that President excited about the Ameri- here. It was delivered solemn Thanksgiving eve four seasons, baa a well Chief Benford C. Collins by Mr. Collins and ftcounty

toys may contact Mrs. Kennedy fought for his can oil companies, it by a sect spokesman. ceremony, gave the uni- coordinated machine of issuing malicious and attorney. These

Mary Thoaas, 3327 Ar- program against political can get excited about Muhacaad was reportedly versity $1.000 as ft memorial which also distinguished libelous statements against s statements attributedto

diets Rd.'. Junior Wo enemies, "who often were li ttle kids getting was vacationing at his for the late President itself among the nation' hilL An award made nil, were published -

ven' Club, sponsors. maay." killed. winter home in Arizona. John F. Kennedy. small college this year by an all-white Jury of la local papers.





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.11 PA5E 2. I FLORIDA STAR PAPERS SATURDAY DECEMBER 14, 1113

., jTHK' FLORIDA STAR Politics As Usual
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& NEW BY ERIC 0. SIMPSBN

Published by: The Florida Star Publishing Co. President Lyndon Baines Johnson in his

ember of Associated Negro Press" address to Congress on November 27pledged
,j continuation of the forward thrust of

4 ERIC e. SlttFSSN..........._Ma*'* EdttwALYS8M America togard goals which include "equal
rights for all Americans whatever their
E. WISE....................Kfws Eliot race or color." He called for passage of

\ I LIA W88TEN.........CkcriatiM Maagw the civil Rights Bill as a 'm orial' ,
for the late President John F. Kennedy:

'\A. MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: Ry "No memorial oration or eulogy could more

'1 :'f2'323 Moacrief, Road.....PJIBHC ELgii 4-6782 eloquently honor President Kennedy's IIM-
.,' ry than the earliest possible passage of
the Civil Rights Bill for which he
Mailing Address:
I so long. We have talked long
f
P. 0. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Fleri.aMIAMI enough in this country about
I equal rights. We have talked
OFFICE for 100 years or more. It is

138 NW 3rd Ave. Phone '3771025 time now to write the next
chapter--and to write it in
books of law."
SUBSCRIPTION RATES -
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Secretary Orders HiringOf
1 One Year. $67ob: Half Year. $4.00
More Qualified Negroes,
Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States ,4, __.L Especially In Field Offices

( Subscription payable; in Advance -.
Secretary of Labor W. Willard Wirtz has
Send Check or Money Order to: :.
ordered Labor Department administrators
FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 bureau and office directors and regional

Jacksonville 1. Florida directors to intensify efforts to identifyand

i hire more qualified Negro personnel.He .
}
: praised the Department's record in this

HUMAN RIGHTS REDEDICATION SOUGHT : : area but said: "I know we can do better."
He continued "In Executive Order 10925,

The 172nd anniversary of the adoption of the President. set the attainment of full

the first 10 amendments to the Consti equality of employment opportunity in the

tution on Dec. 15 comes at a time when a Federal Government as a national goal. On
major and determined effort is being made ..{ the whole within the Department we have

to translate into reality the rights and made progress in our efforts to achieve

freedoms guaranteed in the Bill of Rights Race problem ? 1 this goal. However, there is still much

without distincition as to race, color or to be done. Particularly I am distressedby
Men our failure to achieve employment of
creed. of conscience feel our nation'sproblems "freedom: seems apparentexaminethe
America's heritage of justice under law in their souls. And our souls situation in the light of your faith, 1 qualified Negroes in more of our regional

is at stake in the current struggle to win must be the starting place for our recog- for the fullest meanings of unselfishnessand and field offices."I .
I civil rights legislation that will afford nition of the inalienable rights of man. brotherhood. know that there are a number of prob-

a meaningful opportunity to all Americansto If you live in an area where, becauseof You can help overcome the lack of lems--the scarcity of candidates with the

enjoy the rights and benefits of American tradition, acceptance of human dig-: understanding in our land and possibly special skills needed for our work, the
democracy. nity for all is undiscovered-seek to a chasm in your own heart. Worship time required by the civil service examining -
4 Oft The 15th anniversary of'the Declaration discover what your' faith says about this week...put your faith to work ; process and lack of turnover in

pf Human Rights on Dec. 10 occurs at a human dignity,the brotherhood of man. for a fuller understanding of yourself, t t many of our field offices. However I knowwe
time when this document, enunciating for can do better. I am. therefore, callingon
If you live in an area where greater for a fuller unity of spirit among all men. Worship this weekYour
the first time on a world wide basis the each of you tc assume a personal responsibility -

jt inherent rights of man. is still to be 'U --"- - - -JJ -J ___ ___ __ _?_ __ -- o- j. i j. for the achievement of equalty -
universally observed.In of opportunity and to undertake the con-

our own country, the Senate has stillto structive and positive efforts necessaryto
ratify the United Nations Genocide Con- WeeklyHoroscope identify and employ qualified members

vention adopted 15 years ago and since of minority groups. To the extent of its

ratified by 64 countries. The AFL-CIO resources the Department personnel office

fifth convention, recently concluded in will aid in your effort However, the responsibility -

New York strongly urged the Senate to act GuideBy is yours.
on this important document as part of the "If each of us does his part, we can, I

J continuing struggle for freedom and jus think, make the Department a place of
tice. truly equal employment opportunity and

The convention, noting the strong supportby PABLO The ASTROLOGERWHICH better because of it."
I the AFL-CIO for the UN and the Decla ,

ration of Human Rights, stressed that the ERASE BIGOTRY, HATRED

I unceasing anti-Semitism in the Soviet ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR. JFK TRIBUTEby

Union is in fact a violation of the UN Charles J. Livingston

document and called on the free world labor BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL CHICAGO--(.ANP--Among the many tributes
movement and democratic governments every- paid to the late President John F. Ken-

where to protest the discrimination againstand nedy recently one struck this reporteras

persecution of Jews by the USSR. ARIESBorn DISCORD AND FINANCIAL NEW HOBBY OR A MORE IMPORTANT SON. YOU ARE LIKELY TO being the most appropriate and directin

The struggle for human'rights ,is a never- March 21st thru SETBACKS BECOME UNPLEASANT POSITION FUR- BE IN THE THICK OF THE its application to the ills of this

ending struggle. Human Rights Week is a April 19th POSSIBILITIES NISHES THE ELEMENTS FOR SWIM AND COLLECTING MORE teeming metropolis.It .

time for rededication to this struggle both THERE is NO DOUBT THAT THE INCLINATION TO PUT THE CLOSING OF AN OLD THAN YOUR, SHARE OF THE was a Thanksgiving Day Tribute in the

at'home. and around the world. PEOPLE CAN BE MOST AGGRAVATING THINGS OFF TILL THE LAST CHAPTER AND THE OPENINGOF PROFITS UNLESS YOU ARE form of a radio editorial, delivered by

(Reprinted from AFL-CIO News) AT TIMES, BUT MINUTE COULD FIND YOU A MORE INTERESTINGONE. ENGAGED IN OTHER PUR- E.H. Shomo, CBS Radio vice-president and

Are We Destined For Destruction ? THERE IS NOTHING TO BE UNPREPARED WHEN IT COMES A NEW BASIS FOR SUITS OF A PURELY CREATIVE general manager of station WBBM, Chicago .
GAINED BY TAKING ISSUE TIME TO HAND OUT THE GREATER UNDERSTANDING I OR SCIENTIFIC shomo's editorial read during a broad -
'We are in a moment of unmatched national WITH THEMESPECIALLY PRESENTS.290I11882291. BETWEEN COUPLES OR NATURE. cast over the station, was blunt and to

peril. Our opponents. are very clearly and WHEN THEY HOLD THE REINSOF PARTNERS CAN BE CREATED 9-10-77-14-35-917 point. It pulled no punches but told

willingly pledged to our destruction. POWER IN THEIR I HANDS. CANCERBorn THROUGH A COMMON EXPERI- CAPRICORNBorn Chicagoans frankly what they and others
This grim warning comes from a recognized FOLLOW ORDERS, EVEN June 22nd thru ENCE, ECONOMIC SETBACKSOR Dec. 22nd thru throughout the state must do if they really
authority on communism-Dr. Richard Walker, WHEN YOU QUESTION THEIR July 22ndIF THE AFFAIRS OF LOVED Jan. 19thIN want to pay just tribute to the memory and
Director of the Institute of International YOUR HASTE TO OBTAIN ideals of the assassinated President.
WISDOM.APPLY YOUR SKILLSON YOU ARE IN ANY WAY ONES. YOU MAY HAVE TO
Studies at the of South Caro- RESULTS THAT SEEM TO BE Paraphrasing from Mr. Kennedy s inaugartil
I University YOUR OWN CONSTRUCTIVEAND I CAUGHT UP WITH THE BURSTOF ABANDON CERTAIN LOFTY
lina. Speaking before a group of Oregon EFFICIENT WAY. IF ACTIVITY THAT PRE- ATTITUDES WHICH ARE RESENTED TOO SLOW IN COMING YOU address to the nationShomo asked his fel-
school board members and 1 RISK CREATING NEW AND low Chicagoans: 'Wiat\ can do for
administrators YOU ALLOW YOUR AMBITIONTO CEDED CHRISTMAS, YOU CAN BY THOSE WHO you your
be added this about the communist powers: RUN AWAY, YOU TEND TO EXPECT TO BE HARD SHARE YOUR LABORS OR BIGGER PROBLEMS. YOU country?" He then went on to point out

"We tend to underestimate them.We blindly FORGET OR ABANDON THE PRESSED DURING THE WHOLE LIVING QUARTERS. WILL FIND IT MUCH MORE some of the things Chicagoans can do. He

preach the doctrine that Democratic formsof PRINCIPLES THAT HAVE QUARTER. THE ONES WHO 1-70-22-13-73-172 FULFILLING TO}o.,.MATCH 01.--: said impart:
government are the only ones which sur- EARNED THE RESPECT AND ISSUE THE ORDERS ARE LIBRA YOUR. STEP TO THES .RE-' "Look around this .ci ty and this state
ive. But the truth is that'most of the VAILING TEMPO AND. TO and you need go no further for
ESTEEM OF OT I-ERS.: LIKELY TO DEMAND SER- Born Sept. 23rd thru your ans
historically influential governments 8-40=9164849 VICES ABOVE THE \USUAL Oct. 23rd LEAVE TO THE FUTURE WHAT wer. '

through the years have been despotic."We CALL OF DUTY. IT WOULDBE THERE is A RATHER PER- YOU CANNOT ACCOMPLISHNOW. "Chicago has its share of the bigotryand
must realize the American TAURUSBorn hatred which has poisoned part of this
democratic 20th thru WISER TO DO YOUR SISTENT FACTOR TROUBLINGYOUR
April
system is a rare exception to world govern- BEST AND TO KEEP ANY DOMESTIC RELATIONS. 860441954.864AQUARIUS Nation's system. If you stood by silent
,
20th
ment rule. We can be pushed into the dust May RESENTMENTS TO YOURSELF. YOU WILL HAVE TO SHOW last summer when rocks were thrown at Ne -
bin of history if we do educate our stu- YOU MAY HAVE TO STEP SINCE YOU CAN COUNT ON FORBEARANCE AND APPLY Born Jan. 20th thru groes moving into a South Side apartment

dents to understand other governments and ON IT TO CATCH UP WITH THE CO-OPERATIVENESS OF ALL YOUR WITS TO PREVENTIT Feb. 18th building. examine your conscience. Ask
to protect our own. YOUR GREETING CARD AND YOUR ASSOCIATES THIS FROM TAKING A MORE YOU ARE ENGAGED IN yourself what you can do. And if you were

I That last sentence represents the core of GIFT BUYING AS TIME IS SHOULD MORE THAN MAKEUP VIOLENT TURN. YOUR INNATE RATHER; IMPORTANT OFFICIAL one of those throwing rocks..you shouldn't
Dr. Walker's schools RUNNING SHORT. YOU WILL FOR THE DISAGREEMENTSTHAT PROFESSIONAL OR even need to ask. .
message. Our he feels GOOD NATURE IS YOUR
HAVE TO MAKE UP FOR IT ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES BUT "If you are an employer and know that
--and all the available evidence supports ARE ALSO INDICATED. GREATEST ALLY. YOU
him--are just not doing the needed kind of BY PLANNING VERY CARE- 720551975725LEO SHOULD ALWAYS FALL BACK THERE ARE COMPELLING thousands of persons are unemployed because -
job in teaching pride in the United States FULLY AND CUTTING CORN- ON ITS SUPPORT WHEN YOU REASONS FOR KEEPING THEM of physical or racial handicap wfciefc

and the meaning of communism and the threat ERS WHEREVER* THIS CAN Born July 23rd thru ARE CONFRONTED WITH A STRICTLY CONFI DEN TI AL. have no bearing on their working Ability ,
IT MAY BE THAT SUCCESS
it is to freedom know. There BE DONE SUCCESSFULLY.THE Aug. 22nd CRISIS. ask yourself what you can do."
every we are DEPENDS
ON
many deficiencies in this country's edu- WILLINGNESS OF A THE QUALITY OF YOUR 6-30-66-17-67-631 OTHERS KNOW HOW ABOUT LITTLE YOUR Shomo then went on to describe the any
__ cational complex--and that is certainlyone CLOSE ASSOCIATE COULD BE SCCAPIO: other things Chicagoans can do to aid the
WORK SHOULD BE UNSUR- AIMS OR WHAT YOU ARE
of the worst. INVALUABLE IN FINDING Born Oct. 24th thru mentally ill, the crippled and the siek,
PASSED AND YOUR EARNING DOING TO ACHIEVE THEM.
THE RIGHT THINGS FOR Nov. 22nd and explained that these are but part of

I OUt PAST. THIS WEEK EVERYBODY, ALSO THE POWER PEAKS. AT INSTEAD ONE OF OF ITS INDULGING THE TIME FOR RESULTSis 5-80-33-15-96-583 the Grand Design left unfinished by President -

PLACES WHERE THEY MAY HERE. MAKE YOUR DECISIONS PISCESBorn Kennedy death. They are unfiniafced,
__ December 13, 18720P. Anderson, member of John IN ALL THE GOOD
BE PURCHASED. AS SOON AS YOU Feb. 19th thro he said, because America has become too
Brown's 5-80-33-14-96-583 THINGS THAT ARE THUS
D.C. raiding party executed in Washington, MADE AVAILABLE TO YOU, ARE FULLY COGNIZANT OF March 20th fat, too secure and too self satisfied.

GEMINI THE RESPONSIBILITIES YOU CONCERTED EFFORTS ARE
December 14, 1925 Baseball pitcher Baa Jones was IT WOULD BE JUDICIOUS TO The Coming Of Winter
bom in Ohio.Deceaber ,Born May 21st thru GIVE THOUGHT TO POTENTIAL ARE ASSUMING AND OF YOUR SHOWING PROMISING RESULTS -
June 21st ABILITY TO DO THEM JUS- AND MAY BE TAKENAS
14, 1829-John M. LangstonNegro congress FUTURE REOUI'REMEN "Winter, this time of snow and storm,
Ban was born in Louisa County: : Va. ALTHOUGH WE ALL LIKE TO TS AND TO START TICE. THERE ARE POSSI- A GOOD SIGN THAT THE drives all within; r

_ December 15, 1784-Phyllia; wfceatleyPeterspoetess, FEEL SELF-SUFFICIENT. SAVING UP FOR THEM. .It BILITIES OF MECHANICAL COMING HOLIDAY REUNIONS So ponder now, before your fire, ...t.
was brought from Africa at age 7! died at age 31. THIS IS MORE WISHFUL WOULD BE WORTH fit BREAKDOWNS OR LABOR DISPUTES WILL BE HAPPY ONES. THERE hope and then man's sin." '
Deceaber 15, 1791-The Bill of Rights was passed BUT IT SHOULD NOT I S THE EVER PRESENT
The words
THINKING THAN FACT. THE ACQUIRING, LAND OR PROP- are those of an all bat for-
by Congress and ratified by the States. BE T'0 DIFFICULT FOR DANCER THAT YOU WILL
PHASE THAT IS NOW START- ERTY AND SELECTING YOUR gotten 16th century Scots poet, Jade Pal-
December 16 ,1859-Tbe Christian (formerly Colored) YOU TO APPLY CORRECTIVE SPEND. MORE THAN YOU
INVESTMENTS erton.They
ING PLACES THE EMPHASISON WITH AN EYE bring a picture of the tra-
Methodist Episcopal church was established. MEASURES PROMPTLY AND SHOULD OR THAT YOU WILL ditional winter
ASSOCIATIONS AND CO- TO THEIR GROWTH AND that drives nan and be *t
f December 17, 1903-Pirst successful airplane flight OPERATION. FAMILIES AND DIVIDEND POSSIBILITIES. EFFECTIVELY. PERMIT SOMEONE TO IMPOSEON to shelter. They present too. a thom ht
_
Brothers at Kawk 4-100-11-18-91-418 OR
by Wright Kitty: N.C. PARTNERS SHOULD STAND 3-50-88-12-64-358 YOUR GENEROSITY and a suggestion that are of timeless
Deceaber 17, 1807-John Greenleaf Whittier anti- SAGITTARIUSBorn FAITH IN THE ESSENTIAL value.
TOGETHER AND POOL ALL
VIRGO
f born. GOODNESS OF PEOPLE
slavery poet, Nov. 23rd thru SIN
THEIR KNOWLEDGE AND RESOURCES vBorn Aug. 23rd thru 'TO Those of us who live in the colder diMs
December 18, 1895-Thirteenth Aaendeent abolishing Dec. 21st GENERAL. IF YOU WISH
.
TO FURTHER THE Sept. 22nd may look with dislike on the approach of
slavery ratified. BUSINESS SHOULD BE GOOD CONTRIBUTE TO THE JOY
AND PROSPERITYOF winter. It will be with us, officially on
December 19, 1875-Dr. Carter 0. 'oo m.h1atoril.D- I INTERESTS THERE is NOTHING TO AND THERE IS AN AIR OF AND WELFARE OF THOSE the
ALL CONCERNED. I IF YOU 22nd of December. Soon we know, the
foaadar, Association for the Study of Negro Life FEAR FROM CHANGE ESPECIALLY EXPECTANCY THAT BODES: W Hp ARE IN NEED. fuel bills will soar. Soon snow and ice
'ALLOW STRANGERS TO INFLUENCE -
aadjHlstory: was born.He established Negro His HEN IT TAKES YOU WELL FOR AN EXCEPTIONALLY I ..-
3-40-88-16-67-343 will tangle traffic.
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LiedeosObserve Annual New Association Sets Program SOCIALLY I SPEAKING k'1: I


Luncheon FeteThe

beautiful home of Fr : 4 By LOUISE GUINYARD ,
The Thomas Miller Jenkinses he is Dean of F \IJ'
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prominent Alphas from the State
Mrs. Ollie M. Newton, Many throughout _
2606 Begonia Rd. was M College of Law) were recent visitors to Jacksonville were present, including Cecil Boston of Orlando,

the 'setting for the annual on the occasion of the classic. Accompaniedby State President. Lionel Newsome of Atlanta, n MB-
luncheon of The their young son, they were guests of Arnold and ber of the staff of Morehouse College and candidate -

i Vie Liedeos Ladies club ,. Iva Grant of 5714 Begonia Road. for National President, honored the group

with Mrs. Newton and with his
f .f........................*... presence.
Mrs. Deloris W. Jones H. James Greene is president of the local. chap

r serving as hostesses.A ter. -
motif depicting the Eunice Coker and Daisy Gil Hard_were guest play-

recent holiday enhancedthe ers at the most recent meeting of one of Jacksonville ................................

scene and was colorfully B leading hist clubs, Les Fleurs.

; arranged throughout Doris Scott, Faye Helms and Betty Belton were Nell Cason of Savannah, Georgia; Dorothy Oliver,
the residence.The top contenders for club prizes, chile Daisy Gil -
Lucille Baines; and Eva Rozier were visiting players -
Welfare Committee : ., Hard qualified for the guest award. Ji when Gems Bridge Club met recently at 1365
Dannette, Howell, irma Tel fair, Juan rta Wyatt:
, h assembled a beautifully Hart Street. Zelma Johnson was hostess.
decorated box containingan and Dorothy Dunlap were among other members par Geneva Wheller, Sylvester Bossard, and Alveeia

impressive collection ticipating in the meeting. Striven were high scorers in the bridge sesiofl.

of tasty goodies 'l-
tributed by each members con- ......**......***.......*..... ...............................

,' and later presented to
1 the Parental Home for The Splrea Street home of the James R. Hendersons The Ninth Street home of Irma Murray provided a'

Girls. This completedthe 4 was the scene of last Saturday meeting of Classy lovely setting for the final meeting of the year

club's projects for Lassies Bridge Club. All members were present. for Les Elites Bridge Club. The group ill gatherfor

the year. MargHrftt Mathis, Juanita Williams, and Helen its annual party early in January.

I'' Receiving birthday Toney qualified for prizes, in the order men- Annie Bell Minatee and Irma Murray were outstanding -
recognition were Mrs PROGRAMS PROJECTS--Recently organized, the Association for Scholarship Aid's tioned. performers in the rounds of bri.dge.
Aria L. Peterson and purpose is to help young people further their educational study and become Sara Wright, Dorothy Oliver, Grace Sykes, Carolyn Enjoying the meeting were Elizabeth Jofiee.Jofciwie

Mrs. Mattie Campbell. I worthwhile citizens by planning a series of projects throughout the year in Washington, Alveta Allen, Joan Spaulding, Margaret. Mitchell Maxine Jackson, Marie McClain, Lois

Rounds of bridge were order to enhance their program. Shown above are sane of the organization'smembers Starkes, and Minnie Gadling make up the remainderof Avery, Bernice Henderson, Alveola Striven, VerlMcCone '

played., during the afternoon who were guests at the recent Florida Voters' League state meeting and the Classy Lassies membership roster. and Ann McIntosh.
with.Mrs. Mattie banquet held here. Standing from left are: Samuel Newman, Chauncy Sullivan,
Campbell winning first Milton Gee, Doris Watkins and Frederick Harper. Seated from left: Johnnie M. .............................. .....1..1.....................

prize; Mrs. Quincy L. Bolden, Ivory Roiilhac, Mrs. Notie Stephen, Joyce Roulhac and Lynette Bolden. An array of Christmas decorations greeted mem

Tillman, second, and Other members are Victor Burt, Rev. T.E. Sh'ehee, Rev. W.E. Young, RobertaPe- The Annual State Meeting of Alpha Phi Alpha Fra- bers of Entre Nous Bridge Club when they' assembled -

Mrs. Ann McIntosh third terson, Jesse Brown, Nellie Porter, Doraine Anderson, Auther Sumlar, Verma ternity coincided with the week-end of the FAMU- recently in the home of Dennis and Charlotte
prize. Sumlar, Joshua Hillman and Alyson E. Wise. (Norman E. Jones Photo) Texas Southern football game, which added momen- Stewart.
..
in attendancewere ---- -- -
Members -:i- tum to social activities.Most .
Thelma
Lewis and Lois Iszard
were
guest players
: J\farriage( Visited Parents of the business sessions and several social Theora Legcins
BIRTHSMr. Frances Johnson, and Camilla
Mrs. Josie Ashley, Mrs. '- .'. events were held at American Beach, including a Thompson were recipients of club prizes, while
Licenses
Inez Morrison, Mrs. De- and Mrs. Harold \ party after Friday night's meeting. The AKA'shonored Thelma Lewis qualified for the guest award.

loris W. Jones Mrs. Evans; 2038 Brady'' Ct. ; Phillip Haywood, 911 Alphas with breakfast Saturday morning, Lydia Sweet, Mozelle Bruton, Ruth Myers, Helen
Quincy L. Till man, Mrs. Girl. Spearing St. 24 and and local Alpha Wives held a brunch for visiting Hart, Doris Bennett, Elizabeth Jones, Laurettu

Ann McIntosh, Mrs. OllieM. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Martina Jones, 624 Spear- ,. "'-' ... wives. In the home of Joan Spaulding (as previously Timmons and Lois Iszard received tokens consisting
,
Newton, Mrs. Aria Gore. Jr. ; 2631 Larkspur ing Street, 20. :- reported). A cocktail party was held at Fdgewood of Christmas ornaments, gift wrapping paper, and
Peterson, Mrs. J.M. Avenue; Girl. Willie J. Bryan Baldwin ,- lounge Saturday afternoon, and a party at American ribbon, compliments of the hostess.PHONE .

Tossie, Mrs. Annie P. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Wilson Fla. 27 and MaryA. Reach after Saturday's game. .. ..........I.....................
City ton and Mrs. Mattie Colson, Green Cove
; 1539 W. 16th St. ;
Campbell. Girl. Springs, Fla., 20.

Mrs. Mable Chappelle, Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses John D. Johnson, 1638

Social Science .teacher Shumoi; 716 Jackson St.; Illinois St. 27 and .l \\\\\\'S
at Campbell St. Junior ,. \
Girl. Louise Brinson, 643 S. t ( \\\ .
High School, Daytona cl\\\t\\. O NRDt
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lincoln Ct. 20. .: A t \Gt\"tt\
Beach,was special: guest. lH
Fowler; 1330 Barnett Herbert D, Carrington, fipRonald MA
Plans for the annual Street; Boy. Jr. Tampa, Fla. 26 and "t.; e. :'f\V ito"fS I 0 I A
Christmas Party were :;
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Mc- Luella R. Bennett, 2240 f (.
finalized during this College Circle, 24. ',, .
Elvin; 1169 W. 31st St.; --
affair. Girl. Raymond R. Wilkes, 5544 -,' EL 6-8485 FOR FAST CITY DELIVERY

JOHNNIE'S HOTEL Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Mahalie Dr. 25 and Cor- Miller, son of Low Prices PLUS Convenient Terms !
Bailoy; 1589 W. 25th nelia Mae Strickland, 439 Mr. and Mrs. James C.
PPFT-TV IN "PVRPY" POOM741ft Street; Boy. Madison Street, 21. Miller, Jr. of 714 w. i
w. AshJey-Jax, Fla.. I DIAMOND SOLITAIRE
Mr. and Mrs. ,James Otis Gary 910 OakleySt. 8th St. visited his suLOVAs
For Reservations Call ENGAGEMENT RING
H, 5-4025 Presley1238; ff; 27th 42 and Geneva parents and friends for 17".. J.w.l.... ....wMh.'..
Street; Girl. DaugXtry, 9100akley St., two weeks. He will be 4 Brilliant diamond set In handoua 0
styled 14K gold mounting. tow $ 95 -
.etc E
remembered as one of
rLut OUR NO MONET DOWN
the 'Royal Impellers"Rock LOW $6995 $'.00 A wIne
und Roll group. rucr
1 '
-., During his stay, several NO MONEY DOWN $'.50 A WIDCChoice

1"w parties were 'given in ;;white"w
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>- his honor. He also appeared ___..or natural.geld. :.JJ

.. .., as guest soloist '
,
m. ; r The Princess'DIAMOND tc- ,, ?
of the annual King

Edward's Ball.Vocational RING : ,. '
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) OM tow MICE ---
M.n4suwd 4
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Organizes Mvnrinfl Mt $
\ I with l.rr BULOVAir
: L\ ............ j.w.ii whO,
Adult School Chorus 91 NO MONIY DOWN SO A WIDC 1p.td.I TWIST.O4UXou.
0 .
I tow 7S
+ L Working under the direction ALL DIAMONDS and WATCHES no %wNET oov
of musical instructor f'.o A WEEK
GUARANTEED IN WRITING
r --director Eugene i

L. White, the Stan-
DIAMOND SL PEARL :au o otA.l..nl
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ton Vocational Chorus' Big Boy-Best Girl

rehearses Monday,Wednesdays I RING, and. PENDANT rte ,: DENT BRACELETS
and Fridays from 6 Brilliant '
by Speldel >
until 8 p.m. in the ., diamonds i1i
:: .n', ti| NO VOMIT
school auditorium. luxurious OWN
f
;
Officers and members cultured ,;; AM..)feW $495 I
---
pearls 1
r along with Mr. White are I r h out LOW MICI tJ i ,
Hand can.d
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inviting persons interested \ r' /
Dora Ring 1.1
in joining the 88MCh Perfect fr Q
Chorus to meet with them steodles

on any of the three I '
NO MONEY DOWN SOc A WEEK
above stated nights, j II I

II since the Chorus is now REMINGTON 'Holiday' ALL TRANSISTOR PORTABLE
being developed Into a
cocmunitywide effort. Portable TYP01aVrlter :f TAPE RECORDER 0

Since the Chorus is now Finest example of ii; Foolproof operation with a
rehearsing for its first advanced design i SINGLE control switch.
annual Christmas .Concert .fir and quality ever i:: Records, erases automatically.
offered at this
set for Dec. .*' I a;* per- a low, low prlc. w Plays back-Fast rewind. I

sons having experiencein .' ::1.t ,< j; Weighs less than 2 pounds.
:T'I $ Handel's Messiah and '" $4995 :H;: BATTERY OPERATED

other holiday choral v'..- ..ti'.. ,<;,-<. .","... ? Ii 1fl : O.
numbers are Invited to Ce/ry cast "'.,,; NO MONEY DOWN j:
eluded .,.00 A WIDC :1?;
participate during rehearsals o
for the annual PC. SET

concert. MATCHEDCfcoJc

Newly elected chorus
*26-Inch PULLMAN '

IT TAKES CARNATIONAND officers Donald L.are Moore: presi- I >.*21-Inch OVERNIGHT |x}j jTRA1NCASE :: .Fw ,y,r +
ff :
dent; Anth'ony Roberts, ,

vice president; Doris Quality and beauty-f;
PLENTY OF IT- Baylock secretary; .r built to last) t.
COMSAJU AT s**.+s .
Martha Ballinger. treasurer -
.
OUR LOW total :


TO BUILD BOY LIKE THIS chaplain.,Sarah and Mozell Griggs Davis, reporter f 3 Sf) oi r.; if if INCLUDES r ROLL MICBOPHOMC SATmiUNO *f TAW MJI.; I Ie


NO MOMIY DOWN ,
$
MONEY DOWN
of Or. ..
Blum or y JUST soc A wnx

Its the extra Vitamin D in Carnation that helps put the Sunday MeetingThe r.
OPEN EVERY NITE TIL CHRISTMAS
muscle in his arms, the strength In his grip and the FREE

sparkle in his,smile! Carnation has twice the VitaminD 1 p Licensed Practical 1 c 'Fruit' BREAKFAST: SET I
Nurses Guild will
of ordinary milk, In double-rich meet .
every drop! Even with purchase of 19. 95 or overt ,
Sunday Dec. 15 at 6 ... ... .. .
, when you add an equal amount of water, Carnation is = .m'-==' .
p.m. in the home of Mrs.
richer than sweet whole milk.* No wonder this is the EVAPORATED Ada Snow, 1444 W. 16th NO MONEY :Aif AT.MOMROLnts ......

healthy family milk-the best milk to start on.. best MILK St. Mrs. Bern atha DOWN MAIN n.ATtttGtlTM..Tvc ..cU'TS r Ths

; ,m'Htrto stay on, all.through childhood! o nounced.All Terry, .president, an- TAKE A FULL t .'sstu I I

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,t"'n't .U S 0.p. of Agr.ewtu'.H*>xit>a i>f'.CO"'.evrro.t'oocr. "from Conterrtt4 Cow" officers and members YEAR TO PAY! .. !achsonulllg's Only.Jeoeiry_ I_Appliance Center_ .
are urged to be t .
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'&cE4 FLORIDA STAR PAPERS. SATURDAY DECEMBER 14, 1963


St. Luke I(Ihristian: Endeavor Gu.'S During R.c.n'' Ob.ervance -

Baptist Church To Observe Xmas DEATHS 11 I IMra.

begin Sunday's with service Sunday Schoolat will Party Sunday

The Christian Endeavor
9:30 a.B. with Deacon

W.L West, superintendent Hour will be presented Ethel A. Robinson, MRS. MINA CARTER 1028 W.MONROE .
Sunday, Dec. 15, at 3:00
and teachers in charge. '. 1110 W. 8th Street. ST. DIED DECEMBER
P.BL. at Mt. Olive AME <
The deacons will be in A DEVOTED -
i.- Jades Wise, 1485 Steele 3. SURVIVORS INCLUDE
Church corner Pippinand
Street. HUSBAND A.C. CARTER
devotions. Franklin Streets.
Gurley Jackson, 1402 Mason 2 AUNTS, 2 UNCLES AND OTHER
p' will This is the Annual
wellpastor, deliver
Avenue. AND FRIENDS.
the message. Choir 2 and Christmas Program. I : Mrs. Viola Cokley. 530 RELATIVES..................
There, will be a
Usher Board 2 will serve : Odessa Street.
Christmas tree, wherein
both major services.At Johnny Jones. 734 West
that desires i PETER ROBINSON, 164 DEL-
everyone J
3 p.m. the choirs,
\1:1. Duval. WOOD AVE. DIED DECEMBER 5.
ushers, boards and congregation 'Can bring a gift for : _
Mrs. Getrude B. Holt SURVIVORS I INCLUDE 2 DAUGHTERS -
their friends, charity,
members will __
the toa favorite institution or ( :i i 228 W. Union Street. 2 SONS, AND A HOST
.pastor
accompany
r s. Martha Hawkins, 1673 W. OF OTHER RELATIVES AND
needed family.
fellowship service at any
Bring gifts all ready A, 5 Ie. 7th Street.Ed FRIENDS. FUNERAL SERVICES
1
Benlah Baptist Church,
King, 313 Spruce St.
WILL BE ANNOUNCED.
p wrapped with the names
I Rev. Willie Demps pas- Mrs. Hattie M. Jackson .................
tor. of the persons or places
St. Augustine.
where they are to be delivered -
.
Other serving churches Daniel Smothers St. HOLLIS .HOLLIKSWQRTH. 427W.
will Include: and we will see ar. Augustine. UNION ST. DIED CECEMBER

St. Luke Greater St. that they are deliveredfor aX71 Mrs. Ruby Forbes 910 W. 6. SURVIVORS INCLUDE A DEVOTED -

Matthew (Eastside), at Christmas.A Conley Street. WIFE, MRS. GEORGIA

Tabernacle Baptist. Christmas token will Mrs. Minnie Graham 2078W. HOlLINSWORTH,1 DAUGHTER,

4 j Churches. Rev. W..E. be given to everyone 17th Street. 2 SONS AND OTHER RELATIVES

) Young pastor of Taber- present by the Allen Mrs. Agnes Pinkard, 1193W. AND FRIENDS.JESSE I .
nacle Baptist Church will Christian Endeavor Lea- 9 23rd Street. .*.**.....*....
ECHOLS, 746 RUSHING I
i deliver the message. gue. Amos A. Singletary 1500
The pastor is calling a There will be a program Mitchell Street. ST. DIED DECEMBER 8. SURVIVORS -
""'"
presented at this time. / I I INCLUDE A DEVOTED
special meeting to be s 'xF Louis W. Jones, 6204
t held following Tuesday The Youth Choir of Mt. Lobelia Street. WIFE, MRS. BERTHA ECHOLS
1 DAUGHTER, 2 SONS AND
Olive AYE Church will ?
night. Dec. 17 prayer Mrs. Ethel M. Williams
A HOST OF OTHER SORROWING
and Miss Jacquelyn
service. All members are serve
'* a 937 '. 25th Street.
Robinson will be the RELATIVES AND FRIENDS.
requested to be present. Eddie McParland. Jr. .
speaker. Charles M. FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BEANNOUNCED.
I Choir rehearsal will be 172 Flla Street.
.
held at 8:30. At 5 p.m., Jones and Alfred Chanbllss Corn Johnson 1214 W.

'c rehearsals for the of Fountain Chapel 27th Street. .................
Christmas pageant will AILS Church, will be in SILVER ANNIVERSARY CELEBRANTS-The Morning Star Rose Marie Harris and Sister Lynnie Joe Brown Jr. 1250
Boisie Wooten. RDBERT WALKER, 920 SCRIVEN
be featured. Parents are charge of the program. Prayer Band Mother Josephine Davis, director, and and Carolyn Powell. Second row from left: Mrs. Pippin Street.Mrs. STREET DIED DECEMBER 7.

urged to send their Miss Robinson is a member honoree (seated center), was honored during its Leila Mae Laney, Mrs. Annie Mae Campbell Mother Nellie M. Stowers. SURVIVORS INCLUDE A DEVOTED L
ch il dren. of Sweetfi eld Baptist 25th anniversary recently in the home of Mrs.. Davis Mrs. M.B. Harrington Mrs. Willie Mae Oor- Street. (
618 W. Beaver WIFE, MRS. EVELYN
Church and a seniorat Zelline"Long, hostess. The event was enhanced by bitt and Mrs. Edith Solomon.Back row from left:
Mrs. Fannie M. Freeman WALKER AND MANY OTHER SORROWING -
Matthew Gilbert High, an inspiring program and the group was tenderedmany Eugene Solomon, Joe Brawnson Maxie Ripley, Rev. 85. O'Neal.
Rte. I, Box RELATIVES
AND
i Royal Crown.' I is'"Miss Gilbert" of happy returns of the day. Seated foregroundfrom McSwineMrs.Mildred Ingram and Mrs. Roslyn Harris. Mrs. Bertha Cleveland. FRIENDS. FUNERAL SERVICESWILL ,

Cola 1963-64 and serves with left are: Margarett Campbell, Regina Wortha (Royal Art Studio Photos) 1475 Windle Street. BE ANNOUNCED.

_the school band.

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i! WELCOME kAT---Braving a minor chill which failed to reach a point of unpleasantness residentsof
I New Berlin hosted the Duval Board of County Commissioners with a tasty old fashioned fish fry pose mission with Commissioner C.K. Stokes. In center pix. Commissioners Lea Merrett, Julian Warren, Coa- I

\ last Friday night at Christopher's Pier with several hundred guests representing all areas of the small Chairman Fletcher Morgan and Commissioner Bob Harris pose with New Berlinites. Chatting with
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fry are Commissioners
Merrett, Harris and
co-chairman, Morgan (Royal Art Photos by C.J. Simon
county attending the fete. In photo left Rev. H.T. Overstreet and George Christopher, )
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. VA Schedules Saved Boy Wisconson Governor Fla. Memorial Setups Negroes Resent Waitress Caner's

Former Lincoln President Dies Scores Racial Bias Exams Center I

r Early Mailing ST. AUGUSTINE; -- Pro- Funeral Wife Freed
MILWAUKEE -- (ANP) --
rJ .WEST CHESTER, PA. --- N.Y.. was 97 years old. Dies Later Racial discrimination is as sin- spective teachers In this area CHARLESTON S.C.AN?)-
(ANP--Dr.) William Hillock Dr. Johnson was professor of Of Checks ful as stealing or adutery, (iov. will have an opportunity to take Was the funeral given slain BALTIMORE -- ( ANP ) --
...,Johnson, president emeritus of Greek and New Testament RICHMOND. Va. -- Still OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. -- Reynolds told the annual com- the National Teacher Exam- President John Kennedy too Jane Duvall Z ant linger. 24
.Lincoln University near Oxford Literature at Lincoln university another adverse (ANP)-- A 2-year-old boy, who munion breakfast of the Mil- inations on February 15, 1964 lavish? years old, was fined $60 last
Pa. who was designated from 1903 to 1928. He served opinionwas was rescued two weeks ago from waukee chapter of the Catholic according to Frank H.RidenourJr. The News and Courier that week for disorderly conduct at
Princeton's oldest living as president from 1927 until handed down in the a fire In an apartment,died last Interracial council here last Assistant University Exam- was one of his most vitriolic the ball where her husband
alumnus last August died last his retirement in 1936. He led 11-year-old NAACP case week when a blaze swept through week. iner, University of Florida who critics because of his advocacyon fatally struck a Negro waitress
week in the home of his son fund-raising efforts for the seeking a two frame will supervise the ad- with a cane.
desegregation story apartment Speaking to 320 members of civil rights thinks so. In an
Hillock S. Johnson. Dr. Johnson school and helped expand Its of the Prince Edward building. the international council at the minstratlon of the tests. editorial published Nov. 30 that The waitress died! of a brain
_ who lived in Copperstown, facilities and services. He is the son of M r Si' Milwaukee Inn Reynolds said Application blanks and Bulletins infuriated many Negroes here hemorrhage the next day. WilLiam -
County schools.
public Zantztn er, a Charles
,
of Information
WynonineMarshall,18.Shewastreated enlightened public attitudes describing the said in
paper
Miss Howard U. Cited In a 6-tp-l decision, parts County tobacco farmer,is serving -
for shock
at Mercy HospitaL were a prerequisite Inter- registration procedures and "Jessica Mltford's 'The ..
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.ix. for
a sentence
with the chief judge in racial justice.Governments can containing representative test American Way of Death satirized
strong dissent the Vir- Bill Latham, fire captain, pass laws, he said, but "a questions may be obtained from the preoccupation of our manslaughter.;
ginia Supreme Court of said Donald Ray Marshall was strong atmosphere of support Is Dr. Thomas C. ParkRegIstrar people with disposal of the dead. Criminal Judge Anaelm So-
i i. .1 pronounced dead at the scene. needed" to make them work. Florida Memorial College The President's death became daro aogetttedMrs.Zantzingerof
JI Appeals ruled on' Dec. 2 A 26 year old housewife, "Our citizens must be so or directly from the the occasion of the most spectacular a charge of assaulting a
that the state has no Mrs. Laura Conway, who occupies committed to the moral right- National Teacher Examinations funeral panoply of the policeman who arrested her
legal obligation to one of four apartments eousness of human rights that Education Testing Twentieth Century. Again ware husband' at the Spinsters Ball
operate free public In the building, pulled five other it becomes an accepted guideline Service Princeton t New not attempting to minimizethe last February 8.
schools in Prince Edward children from the flames. to conduct in our society" Jersey. Applications must be significance o events,
County The Marshall boy and his 3-. said Reynolds. "I think we all mailed so as to be received at but rather to bring them into LEO'S SHOE REPAIR
? year-old sister were rescued agree that today it is not."* the Princeton Office not later focus and to help to.r eestablisha
irI The ruling affirmed a only two weeks ago when a fire Because of the need for citizen than January 17, 19M.Dr.Park sense of proportion:: in the Shoe Repairing
lower court decision broke out in their apartment. support, he continued civil advised.At minds of our readers."It '
-I I sustaining the right of James Willis, 38, who livesin rights legislation "guarantees the one-day session a is only natural.that, such Of Any KindIs
the next to the candidate take the Common
apartment
the county to close rights to no one. may public events and customs of
jLuLJ I Marshalls, said.It two "It does, however, make it Examinations which Include the people. In paying respect to
public schools to avoid
weeks ago I saw smoke coming more difficult for prejudiced tests in Professional Information the slain President Kennedy his Oar hi ly Bastes
rf integration. Schoolswere from under their door. I kick- persons to carry out a policy General Culture, sorrowing fellow citizens oughtto
) closed in 1959 and ed it"down and pulled the two kids of discrimination." English Expression and Non- avoid the pitfalls of Idolatry 845 Florida Rreeiie1H
until this fall when a out. verbal Reasoning. ,

'. free private educational Barracks 3131 Seeks


) \,w_ classes foundation, children began Additional.Members
4Iegro
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had. no educational. in- -
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stnction 1H-

i .1 In October the NAACP BY J.S. IRVING SR.
asked the U. S. Supreme Florida state Department -
1
; ROBERT S. SMITH, special distillery representative
r Court to resolve the Deputy Chief '
for Inver House scotch and Old Hickory bourbons, gt
case with "convenient Staff and Barracks 3131;
congratulates Miss Marsha Pippin Howard Univer-
haste Virginia's Commander J.S. Irving Sr.
sit,, Home-coming queen of 1963-64, at an affair
f. legal authorities, how- of Veterans of world War
held at the Embassy Suite of,the Skyline Inn Wash- QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
everrequested that a 1 of U.S. A. inc. is
.
: \.. ington, D.C. Pictured at the right is one of the
decision be withheld calling on all World War,'
:
: many lovely Miss Inver Houses who was hostess at
until the State Supreme 1 veterans who live in
the
affair. --.-Court-had acted.__ and around Jacksonville SPECIALS GOOD THRU SUNDAY AT EDGEWOOD AND AVENUE B

and Duval county to get.
I IUNOU WHISKY,II PROOP,II*6IUIN IlEUTIULIPIRITI.. .. O1UIICMUUY DISTILLERS. !! CO.INC.
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p. : efft'1 called on to supportthe "

...-TKis. s n'sMost Tasteuli' above named organi-
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,,'. zation and help us to '. HENS
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will help all in the

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have National Magazine + <
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that keeps every 25 .
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Jcfienle member abreast with our LB. cGIANT

..... legislation program In ..
Washington D. C. and we --
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have a state Department

Bulletin that keeps us SHORTENING
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abreast with the activities -

.-1..: the state of every of Florida.Barracks Our in

a local Barracks 313.1 is CHEERPKG.55 VEGETOLE

i now in the process '"of

preparing Christmas
baskets to be distributedto ;

'Sc hence Buddies the needy and their families.de- ; 39

pendents. All members, 3 LB. CAN V
_ ,aK and friends are asked to

iaJ bring a package or call Limit one with 5.00 or more food order Limit one with $5.00 or nwe fed ..
354-3134 and our com-
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mittee chairman will'." .

pick We need it up.your help. We_ FARM HOUSE FROZEN FRUIT PI IIS, each 25$

urge you to call Commander HOOD
EEujiI Irving at once. Don't AF TIE, CHERRY, PEACH

pu t it off. Our next

I meeting Is Saturday Dec. U. S. GOOD ROUND & SIRLOIN STEAK IB. 75* ILEACH

21st. at the new Joe H. *i t
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kk g wrapptJ at no txtn cost) James Community Center, ?

13th and Qrunthal Sts -
_ Our regular meetings are U. S. # 1 POTATOES 10 LB.BAG .29$.

held on the first and

i-chenIcq..the life of your party! month.third Saturdays of each 'U.

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Our Ladies Auxiliary of SUGAR CURED SMOKED BACON; LB. SLICED 39$
Barracks 3131 already
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Schenley-America's party fav rite-Is the season's choicest Colors. fey are moving ?-:
k along fine, meeting RED DELICIOUS APPLES 4 LB. BAG 39$
4 whisky gift. Yours to give In the magnificent Party Decanter. jointly with the men

Schenley is also available beautifully gIft-wrapped in but they feel the need WAIT NTTLE

other sizes. Put life In-gifts and In your}holiday drinks..give{ for all veterans wives, .
figs widows, sisters and ARGO GREEN PEAS 25
# 303 CAN., : $
_ and Serve Sociable Schenleyl! r.r.. other dependents in Du -15C

val County to help and Jacksonville provide-

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Fountain Chapel Vocational Plans Minister Calls Wood I awl Union Community Group Seeks

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) AME ChurchRev. Annual Xmas FeteThe Show DegradingTo PresbyterianNotes Holds Impressive To Free Jailed

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P.W. Jones, pas-

ItijTne'annual Christmas program sponsored by the tor, is urging all of- recently organized Negro Race Ground BreakingA White Minister

""?Department of Abyssinia baptist Church will ficers and members to Stanton Vocational Adult BY L.N. PEARSON SR. WASHINGTON -- (AMP) --

'< "' be presented Sunday Dec. 22 at 5:30 p.m. in the attend class meeting Chorus will present its BALTIMORE -- (ANP) -- The Church School will large attendance of Leaders of the Student Nmvlo-

church auditorium. The pastor Rev. B.I. Wynn, is slated for Tuesday, Dec. initial Christmas Con "How to Say No to a Minstrel begin at 9:30 a. m. SUn- friends and members attended tent asked Coordinating the nation last Committee week to

i requesting that all sale members over the age of 17 at 8 p.m.Sunday's cart Wednesday. Dec. Show" is the title of an art day December 15th with the ground break- assist in the release of a "-
icle by the Rev. Carrol A. ing for
to services will 18 starting 7:30: T.V. Huger, superinten- ceremony the new old white minister, betdin
: /' 18 years meet with hid Saturday at 12 noon or- p.m. year
,Jr. of the
. Doggett pastor Loch church to be constructedby
get underway with Sunday: dent in charge.TheMorning an Atlanta jail since AMMM !6.
civil defense
," ganize a corps. Raven Methodist church. Baltimore
School ae 9:30 a.m. which appeared in the Worship service Union Community AME on a charge"of" dtswrwag public

: EfJON"JON"rof''tUrrrrrrrf'fF at Superintendent D. Jones Nov. 21st issue of THE begins at 10:55: a.a. .Church.,. Beaver and Eaver- worship
The the
minister, Rev.Bryfttt
< .,
and instructors in CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE, the with a short preparationfor .' .,"'' '< Ashton after
Choir 2 of Emanuel Baptist Church will hold a \'f 1r. Jones was jailed
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ch arge. fortnightly magazine of The service prayer by :;>. .''",.". <. .t\::; he accompanied an integrated
service during evening worship Methodist Church.
candlelight Sunday
Choirs, stewardess and of students
Rev. P. D. Wilson with group to wor lp at
with all choirs curving on the program. Sunday's ushers are requested to "Church program com- both choirs and lighten- First Baptist church inAtlMU.
District meetings scheduled follows: District 2 at mittees occasionally suggest a pas to red by the Rev.Roy O.Mc-
be at
at their posts 11
minstrel show as an activityof ing of candles end opening Lain.
in the church District 7 at 3:30 p.m. with
3 p.v. ;
The tor 11 deliver
a.m. pas of the church's
one
AvenueTiome jt: organ- of Alter Bible. Rev. Prior to his arrest Rev.
Mrs. Gussie Williams in her Myrtle ; the sermon at izations. As a pastor. I oppose Wilson will bring the Jones had been active in anti-

i District 13 at 4 P.m. with lr. and Mrs. Pate Teas- 11:30. this." Rev. Doggett writes, message, supported by segregation attempts through

ft 1 ey. 1644 I. 9th St. : District 16 at 3 P.m. with S.D. Davis, vice chair- "and"Blackfaced here's why minstrel: shows both choirs with Mrs. r out the South and worked close

Mrs. Fannie Pollock, 2557 Summit St; District 3at man of the Stewards ly with the Atlanta Committeeon
based
are on degrading stere- Rudyne Watson at the
1 for Human .....He
: 3 p.A. at the church. Boards is asking class otypes. They seek to make organ. was arrested three other rimes
leaders to contact humor based on unfair and untrue -
in
sit-in demonstrations
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'h Choirs 1 and 2 of First Corinth Baptist Church church members in regardto These conceptions shows of Negro shiftless life., excellent sermon last lanta.
will at 8 for rehearsal. Choir their church atten- portray Sunday on his subjectof Rev. Jones is currentfy being
meet Friday p.m. ragged tramps shooting dice. held on a conviction of flowing
dance duties. EUGENE L. WHITEin Joking about chicken stealing the sermon 'Stock-- REV. N. MCCRAY
the state's
will a sale of dinners Saturday in theE ami-tressoftss law
1 sponsor
Evening service will be the school auditorium and the women they lust after holders In the Kingdom;' ...Heads Ceremonyson which was passed one month
home of Mrs. M.J. Baisden. Teachers will meet Friday -- or the work they've shield
1 preceded by a 15 minute Eugene White, organizer- Matthew 25:1-13. He Sts. Rev. N. McCray, after nationwide sit-in demon-
I at 7:30 p.m. in the Annex. The Senior Mission song service by the conductor. simply away out from.of step Such with topics the wit-are highlighted his text pastor, directing the strations began in 1960.
meets Sunday at 4 H2 was found guilty sentenced -
p.m. choir. The sermon will with when a person becomes service.The .
Eugene L. White, one of ness a Christian group oughtto to 18 months at hard labor
ttttttUttttUttUttttttttUttttttt be delivered at 7:30. make. a member of a various boards and
the city's outstanding and fined $500. His appeal bail
I Prayer and class meeting "Ministrel shows cast church, he also becomesa
departmental
musicians and instruc- units at was set at$20.000.Since be does
Palm Christian Club will meet Sunday
The
Royal
I ; will be held Tuesday aspersions upon a whole segment stockholder in the Union Community will not have $20.000. he is in jail-
now
E Dec. 15 at 3:30: p.m. in the home of Sister Evelyn tors whose numerous of society and thus are
Choirs will "dead time"which
night. rehearse Kingdom of God. If a engage in a series serving cannot
Swain, 1429 Lee St., Mrs. Mary Dixon, president Wednesday at public appearances include grossly unfair to the many of be counted against his sent
person is God's child projects geared to under-
the televisionand responsible Negroes working
announced. Officers and members are urged to be .heir"tothat ence.
I 7:30 he..is
-
then an
p.m. will hard to become worthy citizens write construction of the SNCC chairman
radio media, John Lewis
at since important matters relative to winding which is possessedby
pres Rev. Jones is asking and
Christians their
trying by
and
other
conduct the during new church and the cooperation Atlantans have picket
up the year's business will be discussed Mrs. members to visit SisterB. group examples to overcome the false God.He gave all those of ed the First Baptist church

i Dixon. said. Tyler and Brother C. the program. impressions built for gen- under the sound of his and .business friends since the jailing. Lewis requested -

ttttttttattEtttttuttttttttttttttttt Johnson, both of whom Shriver Seeks J iterations into the fabric of our voice a message to carry, will be welcomes.concerns person to write to Judge

Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Harris, 1862 W. 27th St. had are confined at Arms of thinking. to their homes, communi- Durwood Pye who convicted

In as their house gueststheir pastor Elder J.M. Mercy Hospital, 4410 Budget Increase upon"The the minstrel very weakest show aspectsof plays ties, and the city at Gigantic RevivalPersons Rev.Courthouse.Jones, Atlanta at Fulton the County Rev.

Tarver assistant pastor. Elder C. M..Edwards; and Moncrief Road.Hospitalized. a minority group. This is large. The members of a of all denomi- McLain. and Gov.Carl Sanders
ti Deacons E.L. Bonapart, and L. Rivers during the WASHINGTONANP) -- R. reason enough for Christian church are God's mes- at the State Capitol in Atlanta.
recent holiday. A delicious meal was served and Sargent Shriver, Jr., Peace groups to refrain from makinga senger bearers. When nations are being cor-
Corps director and brother- minstrel show the subject of dially invited to attenda
-t enjoyed by all participants.Mrs. L. Harris is a In-lawof the late P resldentJ ohn their stage production. An understanding they hear the Word they healing revival which Duval Dp4. Sets

loyal member of the House of God.ttttttttttttttutttttttttttttttttt. Mrs" Maude Pooler 2004 F. Kennedy, last week asked the Christian brother are to pass it on to gets underway h-ere Dec.
Senate Foreign Relations Com- does not laught at the sins and others.
Fairfax St. is con- 10 lasting through the Self Help Plan
mittee to approve a $102, weakness in other men. He The session will meeton
Mrs. C. Scott will sponsor an observance Sunday, fined in Brewster Hospi- 000,000 bill already passed by helps them to overcome them." Sunday December 15th 15th in Duval County
nec. 15 at 3 p.n. in the House of God, 1853 W. tal but may receive the House, to finance expanded Armory. The Duval County Heakh De-
27th St. in support of the building drive being visitors, it was an- operations of the Corps during * at 4:00 p.m. Elder e- partment is now sponsoring
lected to begin service Medical Courses in
conducted by Sister Mary Davis. Saints, friends nounced.Mrs. 1964. Jan. 1st are' invited to 1 KE P AMERICA Self-Help I
Shriver, who said he plans to the Jacksonville area.
and visitors are invited to attend and to par- Pooler is a memberof stay on Indifinitely as Corps director attend. Children and

_ ticipate on the program. Elder J.M. Tarver is Shiloh Metropolitan said the new budget GO TO Youth program will be- .

host pastor. Baptist Church and would enable the, agency to increase gin at 6:00 p.m. and
serves with Usher Board its force of volunteers CHURCH PRESTONE
ttttttttEtuttttttttttttttttttttttt also Youth choir re-
from 7,700 to 11300.
4. hearsal with Mrs. F. D. FREE Wax-Wash

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3I pN pers with Fill-up Purchase of 15 gals. of Gas or More
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\ 7:00 p.m. Dec. 17th


Fashion 4 Holiday Gifts for both choirs in the will church.rehearse .! EXPERT TRIM SHOP

a.Holiday Wednesday, Dec. 18th Tops Seat Covers Carpets

r dIb :; the Young Set. .. the Mid-week prayer ser- Custom Work Reasonable Prices
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: Lined Suits church Elder i i e Iti c M I 1 1IEtt
p- fcv of the by
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Grill MMftre Hffhly rinse Hunter Success Ewe Hosts 'The Lip

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Running Huh ..:.. :' $ d 1 .. r\
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TA1L/HASSEE The devastating new football attack IK Six AreasLAKE l'

the lit-line T offense, employed by the
H, high scoring Florida MM University. Rattlers has CITY Hunter suc-'
cess in the six wildlife lr
been published by Prentice-Hall Inc. and is
authored by. A.S. ".Jake" Gaither, management areas in
r northeast Florida is
In
seven years Coach .
I tlve system of zone still
\ ither's s Rattlers have running high withan

| averaged 41.7 points per blocking. estimated total kill
Coach Gaither goes on through, December I1 of
|i game and produced a1I
to explain the running 589 deer and 476 turkey., LADIES ir MANS
; record of 62 wins and
vV game of this 'power- according to Game and 50
five losses with this l.
packed offense. He shows Fresh
Water Fish Com- $71
new offense.At .
how the split-line T mission Regional Manager e41n
the time of publica- .
offense gets better results Brantley Goodson.
tion, this fall, Coach
1 from the off- Goodson also reportedthat 9kY
Gaither had an enviable { J
tackle play, strengthensthe quail and squirrel ,' WRIST WATCH ,
record of 148 wins, 22 _
E belly play, and is hunters have been equally V
losses and four ties.
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ton VieW Gtis Itwl IM FA &. M Student Choses Career Cobras' Swamp Allen's! Cogers OptM! SMSON

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KEARNEY Neb. -- Undefeated 1st Downs.. 13 5 1 .
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t .& ,,, In
Prarie View from Yds. Rushing.. 198 89 . 't OpenerST. With 76-61 Win Over Mwclmst

tf the unbeaten ranks 20--7tp Yds. Passing.. 59 18 A".y'', t .f r t .
The
' win the nod as one of Pass Inter. By.. 1 2 R PETERSBURG COLUMBIA S.C. -- Allen University's basketball
Gibbs
Junior college
9 the competing teams in Punts.....*.... 5-22 10-27 teas scheduled to play a total of 29 gates this
Cobras started the 1963-
the NAXAs, ,Carmelia: Fisbles Lost. 4 3 64 basketball season played its hardwood opener against More-
season
p Bowl, YelL: Penalize.. 65 20 house in 'Atlanta November 30. skipping by heir
with a bang by defeating
I\ .STATISTICS Prarie View..6 0 7 13--20 opponent 7661. Throughout the gale, tile Yellow
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Tampa s Mac Dill Air
PV KEARNEY Kearney. ,.t..7 00 07 Jackets maintained a comfortable Margin following
t.t
Force Base 121-99,
the pace set by Robert "Cy" Grows woo racked
Wednesday night in the
up 41 points. Green a senior from Post lac.
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Gibbs JC
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YOUR CHRISTMAS STORE
Michigan ranks 4th among small college players
In winning their season's -
\ FOR THE "SPORTS" IN YOUR'1fAMILY YOU in the nat ion.
opener, the Cobn.sset
WILL FIND QUALITY FIRST, AND PRICES 4t another scoring The Yellow Jackets feel Charleston A. f. Base,
; gym
SURPRISINGLY LOW AT: W. record. The 121-99 vic- to Livingstone College in away Jan. 6; Betlwfte-

I ) J1& SpDlILuJp tory suprassed the 118- the Bulldogs first game Cookman. homeJan. 8;

85 victory the Cobras of the season in Salisbury Livingstone college Hfr.e
1 440 W. FORSYTH ST. ?
Y North Jan. 13; Albany state
OWN IYIKY NIGHT TILL P.M. I scored against Daytona's Carolina.
i Volusia Community College December 2. Shaw plays College, away J.... 14;
UNION HARDWARE iN i\ last year. host to Allen December Betaune-Cookaaa, away.

SKATES: $495OFFICIAL : Coach Norman Jackson 9, following which Allen Jan. 15; Edward Waters
J INDUCTEE -Hiss Tanya A. Harris, attractive senior nursing stu- made full use of his will tackle CharlestonA.F. away Jan. 17; Fla. AM,
COANE AWARD d Ida A&H University, Tallahassee, is congratulated by Dr. George W. freshman talent and it Base Knoxville away Jan. 20; adict..

SWEATERS Value $18.40 .. .. ,95j tlo; [resident, following ceremonies in which she was recently inducted was a "pintsized"freshman College Cortez Peters home. Jan 25; Morris
int [S. Army Nurses' Corps by Lt. Col. Albert J. Parker, PAMU professor eager who took December 101112. at College hose Jan. 27;

,1 I CHICAGO Roller Shoe Skates Outfits $18.95' pr. of.; science, shown standing to the right of Dr. Core. looking on is high point honors for home and will .wind up Leooyne, home Jan. 29;

Ice Skate Outfits . .,,::. ',t 19.95 pr. x /: J. ,.Burgess, dean of the PAMU School of Nursing. A popular student the Cobras. St. Petersburg the pre-holiday seasonat Albany State College
Children Ice Skate.Outfits. . .. .,.. 9.95 pr. on campus, Miss Harris is a member of Delta Sign Theta Sorority, the s Jasper Hunter a S.C. State December hose, Jan. 30; Shaw University -
st ,.es' Association of Florida, and the FAMU Student Union Social 5' 10" forward bagged 18. hce Jan 31.

4 MacGREGOR FOOTBALL OUTFITS 6o' :is a native of Pensacola, Fla. where she was graduated from St. 11 field goals for 22 Coach Statum is confi- February will show, S.C.

Includes; Pants, Jerseys, Shoulder Pads, Jlgh School, and the daughter of Mrs. Edith Harris of 473 W. 158th points to pace the Cobra dent that the team will Area Trade School away,
and Helmet. Value $13.50 '. . $995 Feb. 1: Morris College,
s .. 75, New York city. scoring machine. Mlnson have a winning season.He .
_____ ._. away. Feb. 3; Vooraees
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PLAYBOY TACKLE BOX Pros Draft couple of six footers the persons of Sydney College Benedict away.College
Large Deluxe Size, Hi-Impact Johnson. Pittsburgh John *
$995 that played with Hunterat ; S.C.
:4; I Polystyrene Material Value $11.95 P 3 RattlersTALLAHASSEE Gibbs High School Haley Miami; James Johnson State Columbia hose Feb.7 Pete. 8:; Lane

1 j I -- Three last year poured in 16 Chicago; Robert College, awy reb. 10;
TENNIS RACKETS Florida A4M and 15 points respec- Evans. Greensboro, N. C. ;
; University College away
f'Jt Leaoyne
'I DUNLOP "Sprite" : Rattlers showed up in the tively. To round out the Willie Jackson Charleston 11 Pisk tt iv rsity.

Value $11.50 .. . ... .'. . $995 recent drafts of college high scoring five, Cap- ; Thurman Hamilton Feb.away Feb.; 13; Knoxville
I Largt Stltctlon of Other Rockets tain Curtis Bankston of and Jennings Amos both
By:Wilson,Spalding and MocCr.0or:5.95 to$21.50 Jt, foorball stars by the College, away Feb. 14.
;rYl I National Football League Bart w. second high from Greensboro; Willie

and the American Foot- scorer for the Cobras Good wine, South Carolina;
GIFT. PACKAGED GOLF BALLS ball League. last year $cored 19 Jones Johnson upper New
; TOP QUALITY -tt; :
: York. Royal Crown.
I Soaldlno. Dunlop U.S.and Oth.n Speedy halfback Bob points and sophomore Ray I
y Value$15.00 Doz. for$12.95 Hayes holder of the Adams, scored 16 points. The Yellow Jackets'packed Cola
A TRADE
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"I ;' : : iSix Short Months That yard dash was a future took game high scoring

WHITELY EXCERSISORS choice in the first honors with a total of ,.

3 Coble:Chest Pull t', .0. . . . $3.39 Ic Will Be BENEFICIAL round for the Denver 26 points. Billy Jones, ry

t 5 Cable Chest Pull . .,. . ... 4.69 L For LIFETIMECKSONVILLE Broncos of the AFL. End Ron Stone, and Jackson
Combination Barbell Set . .. . $8.95 a Alfred Denson was a sixth Hawkins scored 22, 21.

Grips-0-Steel .. ,.. ., $1.39 to $1.69 pair $ round choice of the Broncos and 20 points, respectively -
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Chinning ,Gym Bar .. . . . .$5.95
Isometric Exerciser kit ... . ... $6.95r ER COLLEGE INC. In the NFL Hayes was The Cobras fought their
,drafted as a future se- way to a 61-51 half-time

.*..*t AVIS ST. at Beaver ." lectee of the Dallas lead. Persistent scoringby
lr *($" Cowboys. End Carleton Williams, Hawkins and
crcon. 80% Air Conditioned
; !:Iii, (::-- Jno'Zt Jnt) Oats was tabbed by the Stone kept the Cobras

.<1 fOI.nHJ' )MCKJONVIUC:, I LA. FilL 4.6S2I KSONYIUE FLORIDA Minnesota Vikings for from grabbing a big lead
i delivery in 1965. in the first half.

Second half play was as
dramatic as Macdill's
RI
shooting was supportedby
It Always Pays to Deo/ wi //-I35 BROAD ST.
.,. : ,::::..: \. clutch baskets from
r- Jackson Hawkins.

MIRROR BACK '; : .:';1lit .. 100th The Cobras point scored with their five

FA CURIO WALLWHATNOTS 'I :i t \\ minutes left to play and

1111 !' 0 en in solid 1.JIf'F: + ::r \ \ appeared well on their

Iti inner MAHOGANY : ) );,:, one way to game shattering record of their 123
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,,,, EBONY ,* ', tournament competition.The .

Enhance that blank wall space 121 points puts the KEN (KNIGHT(
with beautiful Choosefros posi-
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several styles S 14 95 tion to enter the rankings
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J )r.P TALLAHASSEE -- Dr. S. ton, D. C., the American ,, Instructor Dies
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> in here at ceremonies Church with the Reverend
Announcement of the of Minnesota; Edward' attended by University Father David H. Brooks

FAMU professor's' appoint- Cole, Yale University; 7 FrY officials.Miss officiating.She .

ment to the committee was Leonard Leon, Wayne passed la her hoe
Dorothy M. Dean, a
made by C. Robert Kase, State University; Father p senior in the FAMU School last week after as extended -

University of Delaware, Gilbert Hartke, Catholic illness. 8 rvi-
of Nursing, was commis-
national coordinator.The University; C. Fobert 4 vors include: her husband
sioned a second lieutenant -
National University Kase, University of Delaware Ilt
E.L.
I si kI here recently withLt. King of.this city.
Theatre Festival is ; Stanley Young, erf -
Col. Albert J. Park-
sponsored by the National ANTA; and Loren Winship, I
er professor of military
Cultural Center, washing- University of Texas. IL'J science
administering

I.. Mitchell Bryant Negro Appointed : the oath, while Mrs.
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a' z Eunice J. Burgess, dean
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Troth of the School of Nursing,
) To Pledge Associate JudgeOPA Y and Dr. H. Manning Effer-

TALLAHASSEE -- Miss A son, dean of the Uni-
LOCKA significant
1 Emily Jean Mitchell, a looked
"first" here is versity, on.
senior majoring in foods the recent appointmentof The daughter of Mr. and

and nutrition and insti- Mrs. Dean of 914
Asberry
Janes W. Matthews as .
tutional management in Associate Municipal I North M Street Pensa-
the Florida A&M University t'H
Judge of the Municipal cola, Miss Dean is a
Department of Home 1960 graduate of the
Court of the city of A
Economics is a recently. Opa Locka. Booker T. Washington

announced bride-to-be. Senior School in
.j The new associate F High
Miss Mitchell will be .
r municipal judge is a Pensacola.At MRS. KING
married December 22, at
3OO.p.m. in the St. 1958 graduate of the Educators Hosted At Florida A &M active Florida In the A&M YWCA she the is a daughter Mrs. Marian
Florida A&M University King Roberts and a granddaughter -
Matthews Episcopal College of Law. He is SCHOOL PRINCIPALS, SUPERVISORS MEET AT FAMU-Pictured here are some of the more than 300 school National Student Nurses' ,Merle A. Robertsof

i Church, 1401 West Broad the first member of his principals and supervisors education from counties from throughout the state of Florida who as Association and the this city; a son-in-

Street, Savannah, Ga. to race to be so honoredin sembled recently on the Florida A&M University campus for the Annual State Principals' and Supervisors' Florida State Student law, Lt. Rodney Roberts

Lt. William Bryant, son Opa Locka.According Conference. From left to right in the, top photo 'left are: Dr. Victor Johnson, assistant Nurses' Association. She who is stationed in

of Mrs. Claudia Bryant to Atty. directorDivision of Instructional Services, State Department of Education, Tallahassee; Dr. Evelyn formerly held the officesof Oirmmy; a brother, Henry

f of Trenton, N.J. Announcement Thomas Miller Jenkins, Martin, head, Administration and Supervision, professor of Education, FAMU; G.v. Stewart, assistant secretary of the McMillian of Pensacola;

of the forth- director of administration, H11 Isbo rough County Tampa; Mrs* Ro sab el le Blake, supervisor of Negro campus YWCA and treasurer three sisters '
dean of the FAMU Collegeof schools Polk Mrs. Charlotte -
coming nuptials was made county, Bartow; and Dr. W.L. Maloy State Department of Education, Tallahassee Shown of the FZMU StudentNurses'
Law, Atty. Matthewsis from left to right in the photo at the Mitchell of S&le.,
this week by Mr. and Mrs. top rightareMrs Minnie H. Fields, specialist elementary Association. She
one of fewer than 10 education, State Department of N.J. ; Mrs. Annette
Daniel Singleton, 434 E. Education, Tallahassee; Mrs. Olivia Baldwin, county supervisor Palm is a former president of Atkinson '
32nd Street, Savannah persons of Negro ethnic Beach County. Dr. Fred Turner, director, Division of Instructional Services, State Department of the Fiesta Haven Youth of san Francisco -
origin who have been Education, Tallahassee Calif. ; and Mrs. Beatrice _
: Mrs. Dorothy Adsides, assistant supervisor, Special
parents of Miss Mitchell.t. Reading Services, Dade Council In Pensacola.
Bryant is a graduate 'so honored in the County, Miami; and Waldo Berry, elementary supervisor, Volusia county Del and.Pictured in the lower FAMUans EarnVetrinerian 01 a.The. Burnett of PeReac -
entire Southeast in the
of Florida AIM Universit3fwhere left-hand photo, left to right, are: Mrs. Florirle Abel, supervisor of Negro education, Manatee deceased receivedher

he majored in last 75 years.1'x County, Bradenton: Mrs. W.Z. White, attendance and visiting teacherLeon county, Tallahassee; Dr. Degrees
early education in
mathematics. He is a mem- The appointment of Beverly Swan, consultant in guidance, State Department of Education, Tallahassee; and Andrew J. TALLAHASSEE -- Accord- the
public
schools of
Atty. Matthews to the Moore, consultant in guidance, Volusia ing to G.W. Conoly, exe-
ber of Alpha Phi Alpha County, Deland. In the lower right-hand photo a group of Pensacola and her
\! Fraternity and a former Opa Locka Municipal several conference leaders is pictured during one of the meetings featured in the one-day session in cutive secretary of the bachelor of science degree -
judgeship was authorizedby FAMU's Perry-Paige Agricultural and Florida A&M Universityhave
member the Scabbard Home Economics Building. from Florida A&M
I a resolution passedand
earned the degree
and Blade National University. She attended
adopted November 14. of Doctor of Veterinary
Military Society, Display Latest Fashions Pratt Institute and received -
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the master's degree -
'. Dr. Raleigh Allen, FAMU
from Columbia (Uni
Personal
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ChristmasHoliday
Baptist ChurchThe
ProgramThe
members and friends
had a fine time throughout Christaas CowMittee
the day Sunday, beginning of the Northwest YWCA
with the Sunday Center, headed by Mrs.
School and continuing Willie F. Williams,
4 .
into the baptism ser- r I ; chairman, and Bddie Wallace

vices. co-ehairMD, Announced -
a a & '4 i
On Sunday morningDe $ holiday plans

cember 15, the Youth 3T $ iq for the Center. Wednesday
d Choir will render song December 18, YWCA
services and the male members and friends are
chorus will support the Invited to a "Trim the
t services during the ; Tree Party." This will

t evening. Let everyone be a gala evening of tree
remember the sick and i. I -; decorating, dancing,
those that are grieved : : : I games, popping corn add
p over the loss of their singing carols. The admission -
loved ones and also is one tree 0 nt-a-
remember Sister Evelyn ment. There will be fun
Roberts who is out of y for
t everyone from the
Y
town attending the fun ., T j' a'' tiny tot to the senior
eral of her mother. 'The _. citizen from
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members are praying for RECITAL SERIES for the Florida ASM Orchesis Modern campus. In photo left, Sandra Lewis of Pensacolaand Beach and Janice DuBose of Pensacola. In back- in the activities build-
t her. Dance club directed by Miss Beverly A. Hillsmangot Gwendolyn Johnson of Miami are currently appearing ground, Blanche Alexander of Hollywood and Bar- ing. .
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On Saturday, December underway recently with concerts on November in the group's annual seasonal dance con- bara Knight of Pensacola. A native of DetroitMiss (On Sunday, Decoatoor 22,
14the Deacon Board will 27 at Jones High in Orlando and December 7 at the certs. Members in pix right are Marian Jones, Ft. Hillsman received the B.A. degree trOll Wayne Uni- the Christens Committee
be selling dinners at Charles Winter Wood Theatre on the Florida A&MF Lauderdale (left), Corinne Johnson of West Palm versity and the M.A. degree from the University of will present a candle-
the church. Call the Michigan. (Photos by Fillyau) lighting service and
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YUU YI aV uwaca&. aucphone concert from 46 P.m.
number is 758-0922. Miss Alexander Models Highlight Event Sunday Musicafe The YWCA family invitesall

y a Elks 'leaderIlasts F Will i Address Baha'i i "ff' Sunday evening at 7:30 to attend.

d tr td ,i p.m. the music studentsof YWCA sea OR CITISB4S!
GOPsWASHINGTONANPHob Sponsored MeetingMiss Mrs. Ursula Higgs CLUB/
k will present a musicaleat
Seniir citizens are invited -
Y Olive Alexander', Grace Presbyterian
6 p to attend te next
z executive director of
son Reynolds, grand exalted Church.Everyone is askedto
ruler of the Elks the James E. Scott Community come out, bring a meeting of the YWCA Clubon
of the World and a life- Association, will friend, and enjoy the Friday, December 13th
long Republican who sec- speak; at a celebrationof fine program together. at 2:30: p. .. at the
onded the nomination of Human Rights Day.spon- Northwest YWCA Center,
Eisenhower for President sored by the Bah a' i Assembly Vacation Ends 5100 NW 21st Avenue. A
of North Dade, recreational is
last week threatened to Sidney Melton, residentmanagf'r program
and held at the home of planned."
second the nomination of of Mary Elizabeth
Mr. and Mrs. T.R. Bau- Hotel,
President Lyndon Johnsonif returned Thursday BOY S BOXING CLUB
mgartner, 14451 NE 2nd
after brief
a
Republicans don't vacationin
go i Court, North Miami, 12:SO the Carol inas. Boys in the stft to 8tn
along on civil rights. w t 4
.. p.m. Sunday, December grades can take part in
Reynolds was among some 15. the Boxing Club wMoh
200 persons representing y Club NotesThe
Miss Alexander will meets on Thursdays: from
80 national organizations rWh
speak on "A"Search; for9Pensonal Friendship Garden 4-5 p.m. at the YWCA
comprising the Leader- R1Ew Freedoms.. A .. and Civil Club will Center. Father Donald
ship Conference on C vil .1.
picnic lunch willbe sponsor an International Anthony, rector of the
Rights which met in a served in the garden. Tea at Dixie RecreationPark Sacred Heart American
strategy session here, The public is cordially 340 NW 13 Street, Catholic Church is .
last week, at the I)
May- invited to attend. Sunday, December 8, from instructor. Membership
flower Hotel.
A CHARMING FAMU COED and an attractive trophy give 4:00: to 6:00: p.m. is required.
But members of the viewers double aesthetic appreciation.' She is Our Readers F
Leadership Conferencedo ,lovely Miss Faye Boyd, a senior music major at 1k I PHONE FR 7-2294

not intend to wait, Florida A&M University from Pensacola. The trophy FASHION EVENT Three of Miami's Diana Shop em- FOR BETTER PICTU -SEE H.N .
for Smith to call his will become the possession of the winner of the, ployees, Miss Amelia Seldon, Miss Gladys Davis ':_ ,'
hearings. ,31st annual Orange Blossom Classic between the and Miss Dorothy Henry who serves on the "selec "H
rAW Rattlers and the Morgan State College Bear. tion committee" for fashion display are seen J JOHNSOOF
Classic" visitors .The OBC will be played Saturday night in the Orange here. AMI
Bowl in Miami. The trophy is donated by the Royal k.y The occasion was the Miami Barber College's Second DINNERS PARTIES EDDiNGS( PASSP8OTS
get your Crown Cola Company of Columbus, Ga. Annual Clinic-Ball which featured student models
(Photo by Ernest Flllyau of Florida MM: University) displaying creations from Diana shop. Model in Open 1 pin to 8 p.m.A .

drug needs at .' photo is displaying a white brocade sheath with Baby Pictures Speciality
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PROPERLY Lanier was an all-star
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I .' .. In Miami Bethune Scholarship Material Ready Household Hints ROYAL DRIVE-INN
CREATE CHRISTMAS I CHEER
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.""*. M m m m m m i.|.*.. : :iJ; will WASHINGTON be awarded, D.C.-to Scholarships seven high school total ing.students$3.500 weather little rotf'oil imagination cloth.and The Service Is Priceless"

'r' chosen from more than 500 entries in the aanci-
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National council of Negro Women, Inc.
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home address and school and
Si 693 N.W. 46tti St. Miami Florida !'!: is a $2, 500 scholarship address. decorate them with Engrave. your Christmas fills
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!' ,i tftftititititititftftftftfC? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?< CARBOWAY man.time..advertising sales- awarded university to. the collegeor of the selections Judges will on base content their, sprigs Remember of holly.to wash the While you wait
winners choice. The next
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six winners will receive 5191 N.W. 7th AtIIIe
organization grammar. detergent suds before
a $1.000 scholar- clarity of expression you decorate, as l\8 t PLAZA 18)11TrophiesPlaqtiesExKtfto)
4 MUSIC DISCOUNT HOUSE ships each also a- evidence of research, 1 even the most artistic
warded to the collegeor gifts
coherence and neatness. design can enhance a
EVERYTHING IN MUSIC university ofthe II
individual's choice.To Each participant who dingy surface. MIAMI FLORWAPicture
enters the Contest although -
I be eligible .entries
BAND INSTRUMENTS ACCORDIONS DRUMS GUITARS not chosen as one
need only to be high winners.but
of the seven
tJ' ., 111. school students residingin who shows outstanding Will Your Be
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Virgin Islandsor Puerto a "Roster of Youth
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; Vital Role In Of The '

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Miami's Afro Staff Branch Manager And Assistant i Miami Afro Gives *
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THE MIAMI BRANCH OF THE '
AND THE UPBUILDIN OF THE! .
q AFRO{+ERICAN INSURANCE AREA.
COMPANY is AN EXTENSIONOF IN ADDITION TO PROVIDING
THE SYMPATHETIC AND 'A DIVERSITY OF INSURANCE
a i HELPFUL SERVICE FLORIDA'S PROTECTION FOR CITIZENS
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a LARGEST NEGRO-OWNED INSURANCE THAT RANGE FROM SICK! AltO

COMPANY OFFERS ACCIDENT POLICIES, EDUCA
Jw ITS POLICY-HOLDERS IN TIONAL AND EDUCATION PLANSTO
( THE AREAS IT SERVES. TERM INSURANCE THAT
; f y4 pt THE BASE IN FLORIDA'S COULD BE OF ASSISTANCE TO
FABULOUS MAGIC CITY is BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL
MORE THAN AN AGENCY FOR PEOPLE, THE AFRO IS PROUD
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THE SALE OF POLICIES AND OF ITS EMPLOYMB4T RCCORfi.
,
) aIN THE COLLECTION OF PREMIUMS; THE AFRO EMPLOYS CLOSE TO

.. .J .. 1 IT IS A "SERVICE CORPS" 1.C'OOMEN AND WOMEN IN ITS

.., ,:. CHARGE TWO OF THE MEN WHO ARE JOINTLY RESPONSIBLE.FOR THAT ASSISTS NEGROES IN. OPERATIONS IN FLORIDA,
DADE, AND BROWARD COUNTIESIN
,. EFFICIENT AND SYMPATHETIC' SERVICE GEORGI AND ALABAMA AND of
/ PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE THAT NUMBER SOME: 800 LIVEIN :
THE AFRO RENDERS IN THE AREA ARE SEEN DISCUSSINGA
AS WELL AS AIDING IN FLORIDA. IN ADDITION THE
% tc t \\ ;TL r CLAIM ABOUT TO BE PAID IN PROMPT AFR>-
EDUCATION AND OTHER EF, COMPANY PROVIDES MORE
FASHION. OTIS D. JAMESMANAGER AND ASSISTANT I FORTS TO PROMOTE ADVANCEMENT -
AGENCY DIRECTOR.LEFT IS CONFERRING WITH ASSISTANT CLERICAL, OFFICE TYPE AND
WHITE COLLAR JOBS FOR NEGROES -
MANAGER, JOHN H. DEAN.
THE MIAMI I OFFICE LOCATEDAT THAN 'ANY OTHER IN-
840 NW THIRD AVE. is jSTITVfTION IN FLORIDA WITH
HEADED BY OTIS 0. 'JAMES, .THE' EXCEPTION) I OF THE U.S.
Afro American Life MANAGER AND ASSISTANT POSTAL SERVICE AND THE

h -. AGENCY DIRECTOR AND A STATE'S PUBLIC I SCHOOL I
PER3DNNEL-STAFF MEMBERS OF THE MIAMI OFFICE WHICH SERVES DADE AND BROWARD ARE SEEN HERE. SEATED FROM LEFT LONGTIME RESIDENT OF THE SY STEM.
ARE R.L. HALL, L.E. ROBINSON, M.S. ALBURY, O.f). JAMES, A.V. ALBURY, A. YOUNG, A. STRACHAN AND M.J. HANNA. Insurance Company CITY. THE STAFF IS COM- DR. JAMES H: LEWIS PRE-
STANDING, IN THE SAME ORDER ARE: J.H. DEAN, J.w. BROWN, H.W. SURRY, J.P. MCGUIRE, 0. SPEARMAN C.E. GIBSON POSED OF 16 PERSONS, ALL SIDENT OF THE FIRM SAYS
w. HANNA AND L. LANG. SOLID CITIZENS WHO CONTRIBUTE THAT THE COMPANY IS NOT
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tO THE ECONOMY JUST SELLING. INSURANCE.

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DILLIGENCE I THE MAN
I S .,?- WO SUPERVISES THE FLNC- TOP MAN DR. JAMES H. LEWIS, LEFT, KEEN MINDED
SERVICE HENRY W SQJ rrr-. LEFT AN 'ASSISTANT I TIONS OF THE VARIOUS PRESIDENT OF THE AFRO-AMERICAN WHO HAS SUCCESSFULLY DESCENDANTS: THE TRIO, SHOW:> HERE REPRESENTS I
I MANAGER IS GIVING THE LAST WORD Of ASSURANCE TO BRANCHES THROUGHOUT GUIDED I THE DESTINY THIS I MJLTI MILLION I DOLLAR: DR. A.L. LEWIS, THE FAR-SIGHTED MAN WO FOUNDED THE AFRO 62 YEARS AGO .
a REV. EMORY JACKSON. ASSOCIATE MINISTER' OF GREATERMT. FLORIDA GEORGIA AND INSURANCE COMPANY FOR MORE THAN 25 YEARS IS SEEN DR. JAMES H. LEWIS, SON OF THE FOUNDER IS SEEN WITH HIS DAUGHTER, MRS.
ZION BAPTIST CHURCH THAT THE AFRO I IS READY TO ALABAMA IS W.T. BATTS, WITH I.H. BURNEY, SECRETARY OF THE FIRM, WHO MARY LEWIS BETSCH AND JAMES L. LEWIS, HIS GRANDSON. BOTH ARE VICE
SERVE IN HEALTH SICKNESS OR DEATH. GENERAL AGENCY Dl RECTOR. SERVES AS AN ABLE ASSISTANT TO THE PREXY. PRESIDENTS I (IN THE COMPANY.

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Some of the men and women who operate the Afro's modern machines to assure "accuser ': :J ..< .J -

and efficiency are seen at their posts in the Afro's :Home Office in Jacksonville. .' **" --J>.. ..


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CARDS PER WEEK THIS I DEPARTMENT ,. r= \,
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MRS. MAUDE AVE I UtE. SUPERVISOR -
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MRS MARY SAPP. ASSIST I

A'ITSFERVlroRt.flS.I.V.COVINGTON. ....
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THOVAS, MRS. WI UiElMEN I A '.
4 BROWN MRS. I IDA FORD AND
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H fAit, 14 UGRI0A' a1AR tAl'tI SAIURDAT DECEMItR 14.. 1S3
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,1 N_.>C.. Mutual Donates $25,000DURHAM. Household Hints Tenn. A & I Huge Project Completed Sims Smashes

N.C -- (ANP) -- made by Asa T. Sp.ukting.pre- a
6-FOOT TREE I IS MADEOF'
Hi The directors of North Carolina sident of the company. Value Increases 6-6.i. Milt
LIFE-LIKE PLASTIC
Mutual Life
Insurance company The campaign to raise $50
has.approved a$25,000 donation million for Capital Improveto This Chrlstsas even PHILADELPHIA -(ANP) CHICAGO The nation's
the United Negro College ments fo the 32 participating deer could be fooled by a Tennessee AW State Uni- ranking Negro bowler. J.
Development campaign.Theanmembers in the United Negro artifi- versity's worth increased: V Wilbert Sins of Chicago,
nouncement of the donation was College Fund was launched natural-looking $16 million In 51 years Dr. set a new world individual -
I cial tree made of green Thomas Poag. dean of the
plastic. It's six feet department of arts and Bowling to.u..t
tall, full and rich. sciences said last week. record by rollleg a six-
Each branch comes, packedin Poag was guest speaker at YOU! game 1.512 pin total to

BEAVER ST. $SEAFOODSTNI [ its own paper sleeveso the Philadelphia Founders Day Alumni Program.He Chapter's -. Happqr f record erase the held previous by Ray
the entire tree can
told his listeners the
ONI AND ONLY SEAFOOD MARKET IN JACKSONVIUI
fourteror eM finttt* rr ffcert"1004 Available>> be disassembled after the physical plant of Tennessee Bluth of St. Louis.
2677 W. BEAVER West Off EV 8-26331 holidays then repackedin State valued at $3.5 million in Blutfa. however, still
x IIcDuft AYe.r the original wrappingsand 1912 has increased to$20 mil- t maintains his Batch play
ell Chrutmat It tpproochtng. ntd all .m Ju.. friends mrtimig \ lion Dr. Lo
W.S. Davis "" record
tenure as of
1525 bowledin
J their Christmas th*>PP 1l,. Dr p at .* rear seer home I carton.To 1 r ,
I n4 get torn fill tfood trhirh tnktt HIT little time t# pre.perthank .| keep the "foliage" president.He the New Jersey professional -
\ you.mrtJfU said the university now 1!
clean and bright, year has an enrollment of 4,200. Bowling Association's -
Sat .I Sit(frHHULU
SpecialsFri. 1 FX
67 Ph.D's tourney
after year, wipe off on a faculty of. 250
holiday dust with a and the student body is last May.Recognized.
OYSTER SEASON IS IN FULL BLAST integrated.
f sponge squeezed out of as the
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STANDARD OYSTERS soap or detergent suds. toughest tourney in

[Pts. 98c 12 0%. 79c '/ Pts. 55cl Then rinse and let it THE PEOPLE bowling the Invitational -
dry thorougaly beforeit SPEAK OUT! features soefa renowned -
APALACHICOLA SHELL OYSTERS ..............Bo. $5.00] is stored. x keglers as defending
ORDER THEM SO YOU CAN BE SURE TO HAVE THEM ; /'
champion Den
FRESH SHRIMP BARGAIN DEfT C08IERCIAL ARTIST Clarence Pringle of Philadelphia left, discusses Carter. Bluth. Diet
MEO. SHRIMP Nk Siae! ................... .U. Sgt billboard portrait he has just completed (in background) with Edward Weber. Steve Nap Bill
LCE. SHRIMP for Frying ...................: .yDc
'JUMBO SHRIMP .. ................f'AiS i PHOTO WITH SANTA SI.00 II. Blair, proprietor of a Humble Oil & Refining bmpany service stationin Johnson and others.
Peeled Smell Shrimp 5-Lb. Boxes ... .....lee" $2.79 Visit Santa Clause T P... tl1 s 0.au the same city. The work by Mr. Pringle and the Landau Outdoor Sign Sims first series total

FRESH CAUGHT WHITING ....... ....:...4 Ibs. 51.DQ company: for whom he has worked as an artist for 7 years, was done for of 708 showed strings
DRESSED FREE WHILE YOU WAIT 1IfI jflnifti Humble Oil at Mr. Blair's ESSO station, located at Market and 42nd of 256,233 and :219. He

/ FRESH CUT STEAKFISH .. ... ...............lit. 59c u ; UltPIJalo Streets.The artist painted two of the king-sized portrait signs, which was said to have been
[FRESH WATER CATFISH ....... ..............Lb. 49c ( now are helping to attract new customers for Mr. Blair. Together, the merely warning up. His
FLOUNDER .. .... ............U. 45c S /
FRESH CAUGHT I signs add to 840
I FRESH CAUGHT POMPANO. Only few .. .LIt. $1.15 ) up square feet-a mighty large' canvas" by the average closing series of 804
THE SPECIAL OF THE WEEK fig r artist standards. came off 248.
[[ FRESH CAUGHT MED. SPEC. TROUT, u>. 4ge [ ... -.. .
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ROE MULLET SEASON IS IN FRESH FROZEN It's Pie Time Of Year
LCE. ROE MULLET LB. 25c I I TURTLE STEAKS ...RQ c 4
FRESH MULLET ROE LB. 89c MEAT .
'FRESH SALTED MULLET AND FRESH SALTED MULLET ROE I .1
AVAILABLE-JUST LIKE GRANDPA USED TO MAKE
BEAVER STS. SMOKED FISH DEPT. SPECIALSFrom i
t/N StuUtt Owen In tM SUtt ? j
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SMOKED MULLET ... .. ................. LB- Which
1 SMOKED SHAD FILLETS ................. u. Sge holiday
4 SMOKED SPANISH MACKEREL ..........'.. LB. ,
A SPECIAL HICGINIOTtOM RECIPE
LARGE SMOKED SHRIMP ......RIGHT FROM THE OVEN EMERSON'S ,greeting is older. .

FRESH SMOKED BAR-B-Q RIBS 8ge PHOTO SUPPLYPhone the firrst At
x OLD HIGCINBOTTOM RECIPE Lb.
Fresh Caught MeL I ShrinpbMt Wfclttm.Mnll 4 LH. 354-3212 1811 N. MYRTLE AYE.
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Shegsh..1 4 Lkt. $100
4'lbs.
$.: Wan FsM, 4''L:. hob c..pt Dn., 4'Lbs. PHOTOGRAPHER OF CHILDREN
1 FRESH CAUGHT SMALL RED BASS __. .lb. 45c aS orGordon's
i LARGE RED BASS FOR BAKING .. . .lb. 3ge Cameras Film Dei.- Printing _
SEA SCALLOPS d. ... . .. .1 Lb. 'kg. 6ge r Gin?
FRESH FROZEN CONCH MEAT .. .Lb. 45e S r a
PENSACOLA RED SNAPPER .' . Lb. SSe Photo Xmas Cards Movie Projectors ScreeesBAKERITE

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MINCE-APPLK' PIE greeting 74 years _
Vk cups sifted enriched Se] f- % cup shortening before Mr.J.C.Horsley designed _
rising flour 4 to 6 tablespoons cold water. the f first Christmas card The

Measure flour into bowl. Cut or rub in shorteninguntil Gordon's you drink today t

l 1 mixture is crumbly. Sprinkle with water, harks Back to Alexander
[SHORTENING' \ ., i mixing lightly until dough begins to stick to- Gordon original 1769 for. 5
gether. Cut off about 1/3 of pastry. Poll out mulaforonedoesn'ttamperwith
larger portion to circle 1/8 inch thick and fit
a good thing..espe J
Di LED ,
3 s. 49C into 9-inch pie pan.Trh.. and flute edge. Fill with
daily when QuantityGood Mincemeat Filling. Roll out remaining pastry and GIH .
Specials : seller. 1hJ; s.y ear. ., ,?.
f. cut with pastry wheel or sharp knife into strips
1 LIMIT 1 PLEASE WITH f5.r send cards,serve and give
Rights ReservedFLYING -inch wide. Arnoige in circlas over fU ling. Bake
Through Saturday Gordon's London Dry Gin.
OR MORE FOOD ORDER in hot oven (450P. ) 15 minutes. Reduce heat to

moderate' (350%F.) and bake 30 minutes 1 alger.
MINCEMEAT FILLING

3 cups prepared mince1 cup finely chopped apple PRODUCT OF U.S.A.OtSTdUO IOWM ORT CM ieo WUTIM.SMITSOISTIUIO
JIB BREADEDSHRIMP eat "c reoM CEaI.90 raeer.ceswrs MT w ce,u ,imeu.*.i.

Mix together mincemeat and apples. Spoon into pie
CHASE & SANBORN 10 oz. 39 shell. Makes 1 9-inch pie.
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WILSONS CERTIFIED # Thor Chev. Inc. 711 Beach Blvd. takes pleasure IB announcing _
SILVER COW that 11. C. Donald recently joined iU sales staff.Mr. .
EVAPORATEDMILK Donald well known to Jacksonville citizens as a salesman -

Jail HAM 43 invites you to the show room by appoint* nt for::a' tgpt
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may also contact him by phone at the ,office 246-47,1 1 ;

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39MAYONNAISE C WITH LlVIT, 1 in the Jacksonville Area j / /

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A Chevrolet dealer whose economy of + '

SOUP Mix SWIFT PREMIIUM RIB operation enables them to go higher for your .

DELSEY BATHROOM OR trade ins... that's THOR CHEVROLET.

__ Chicken Noodle TOi STEAK 69C A Chevrolet dealer whose sales policy y t .
customers confidence and satisfaction 7 %
Cream of Washroom places +
TISSUE 19C Ib. FIRST and backs each sale with genuine factory
Vegetable Beef( .I approved service unsurpassed by any service department ,' "

LYIi 2 PACKS/ PLEASE 1054 FIRST CUT WESTERN in the Jacksonville area that's THOR

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6 for. PORKCHOPS J.' Come See & Drive a new '64 Chevrolet

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SATIRIAY DECEMBER 14, 1963 ,. KORIDA SI11R'YAPtRS PAl 15
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Itl l :Speaker Tells College Audience Present, Future Grid Stars Smear. Campaign' Fails To Halt GOSSIP OF CALLA THE SCRIVNER MOVIE LOTSBy


Nejrees Tired Of Love Attitude > 1JI '- 'F'T -'- :? HOUYWOOD--ANP cheering crowd welcomed approximately -
ST. AUGUSTINE Less of that ed with white people" Individually Opening Of Hughes' Play 100 movie and TV stars iaclvdlBg a

"love you in your place." and .and collectively. : number of Negro actors during the 32 uMal
more respect as an equal human and 1 CHICAGO--(ANP)--A scurrilous letter writing campaign designed
Slowly painfully.Negroes Thanksgiving Eve Santa Claus Parade of Stars aJo.c
being is what the American have been forced to recognizethat to block the opening of the Christmas musical "Black
Negro Is after, accordingto not enough of the sons and y Nativity*," here, by branding Its author, port Langston Highes. Hollywood Boulevard last week.
Mrs.A.B.Coleman,principal grandsons of the former slave- a"Communist sympathizer", failed last week when sponsors of In all, some 4,000 persons including abaters of
Speaker at Florida Memorial owners are interested In expiating ," the play rejected the allegations. the floats and the civilian and military bands,
College's seventh annual Don- the "sins of their Letters, usually enclosing or to hamper the play's pop- participated.
ation Day ceremony conducted fathers" an unsigned mimeographed article ularity here, generally
here by dealing charitablywith Msgr. Daniel M.Cantwell the Among the many entertainment features were several
Mr.
recently.Mrs. the ex-slaves and their attacking Hughes' patriotism -
Coleman is the wife of descendants Mrs. Colemande- had been forwarded to educator center's chaplin. said of the Southland top Jazz and Dixie!aad beads .
the Rev.Dr.A.B.Coleman,vice clared. the Catholic archd1ocos an chan- he found no valid basis to support Eddie "Rochester" Anderson, who has become a
president of the General Baptist office and the Catholic the contention that HughesIs
cery
For centuries Negro groups parade favorite was cheered by the throng as he
State Convention one of the and leaders have Adult Education Center and to a Communist sympathizer.He .
petitioned rode in an car, accompanied by his attractive
said."We open :
three Baptist groupings which whites for relief from justice, many priests and laymen. The
sponsor FMC. > with so little success as to play"is being:presented at the are sponsoring this play wife. Also cheered was actor Woody Strode who was
In her hard-hitting address almost make the Negro lose Civic Opera House under Roman because it Is a good play and a accompanied by his family.
Mrs. Coleman dlscribed faith In this method" the Catholic auspices. good theater." America's "Sweetheart" of silent picture days ,
Negroes as being"disllluslon- stated. ,.I However, the attack,center- Msgr. Cantwell, who is also
speaker Mary Pickford, was grand marshall of the parade.
Ing'on Hughes' authorship of a chaplain of the Chicago Catho- a
Hospital Council claration Citing of the Principles Niagara, drawnup De- poem. "Good-by Christ, which lic Interracial Council, said the She was cheered as she waved fro ant ef ea ear,
1 the attack raised clad in full-length mink coat.
critics allege is anti mimeographed a
by Dr. W.E.B. DuBois and
Votes Down Bias
other founders of the NAACPIn Christian, failed to prevent the three Issues: Mahalia Jackson and Ethel Waters origiaallyscheduled
BALTIMORE (ANP) -The 1905, Mrs. Coleman pointed t scheduled opening on Dec. 2, The first he said "Is to appear possibly had other o m.itments. -

Hospital Council of Maryland, out that, despite the passageof Baracial l Group whether is a Communist.or not Langs I think ton Hughes this Issue If they were on hand I did sot see ttl_.
which represents the Indepen- nearly six decades, none of t was settled by the clearance Other stars meanwhile included Jaae Mansfield
dent hospitals the five demands of that
community dayhavebeen BIRMINGHAM
Ala. -- given him before the McCarthy Marie McDonald, Pat O'Brien, Joe E. Brown Roy
throughout the State, releasedlast fully attained. More than 10.000 residents Cammlttee of 1953, as well as Rogers Dale Evans and Ken Murray.We .
week a 4-point anti-discrimination (They were: the right to vote,
of the recent clearance
Birmingham by given
statement calling non-discriminatory public ac- have all waved goodbye to a plump sailing Santa ,
notified him by the U.S. State Depart-
for an open door racial policy commendations free assoca- IiV city officialsthat ment to participate in cultural perched atop a huge "snow-covered" sleigh. The
in Maryland hospitals.The don, equality under law, and they support inter- in Africa. children loved him.
statement, released at adequate education.) .grA..--"*fnn%.**.. A\A ctucujuo_ftft ft Ujf_ UI ft_. programs
the council's annual meeting, Martin L.
King, Jr., and
said Its board of trustees "affirms ****** vh
t he Rev.
its belief in the follow Fred L.

ing practices": A & M's Symphonic Slut tl esworth.b 1 1 1 1
L "That care be providedto ROOSEVELT
all in need of medical attention -
regardless of race." Band Lauded i K Starting SundayMovie
2. of
"Assignment accomo-
SHALL AND THE MIGHTY--A combination which almost
111. The
CHICAGO --
datlons shall be made on the patrons will havea
basis of medical need and the Florida A&M University always means extra yardage for their respective popular menu shceduled
ability to pay regardless of Symphonic Band is fea- football teams is Gene Mina the "magic toe" of for their enjoyment
race." tured in an article in the Denver Broncos and Willie Simpson 15, voted
(ft I I 3., Appointment of physicians the LYONS BAND NEWS & the most valuable player of the National Jewish starting Sunday when the
shall be made to hospital Roosevelt Theatre pre-
stalls based on qualificationand KJOS MUSIC NEWS, an Hospital's Bobcats. Minim was among Bronc stars :Vents a laugh-provoking 1
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regardless of race, "subject international publication who attended an awards ceremony! at the famed free, 1 r
Comedy, "Two of aKind,
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to the mnberofphyslcla.ns edited by Howard H. non-sectarian chest disease center honoring the hand '
r a thrU 1 er. 'Theerror"
who can be accomodatedV Lyois and Neil (A. KJos, Hospltal'is spunkly little team. Bobcat players are r
4. "That appointments Robert L. Baum,
\ administrative staffs shall be to associate editor. all patients ,recovering from asthma tuberculosis._:""l i trand-Roosevelt Theares AVAILABLE NOW.AII New Vol. 2

based on qualifications regardless ."A staff of six instructors and other respiratory illnesses. Willie who hailsjr.? '?? supervisor; announfced *

1,1 I of race." .... assists Dr. from Brooklyn, is being treated for asthma:He. ., got this week r % Y
The Hospital Council revealed Foster in working with an autographed football and the offer of"a berthon 1(. Virestone
( that the ahti-dlscrimlnation The comedy is starring 1'astona 11 -
the Broncs "when he gains about a hundred
the members of this fine
stand had the popular fun-loving
been approved by Its isE'l
l governing body in September. organization. pounds. team Harris and Soott #

supported by an all-star */Long-PlayingYAN

I \ r .colored cast.promises The that management .;.-

: '(the patrons will be
literally 'rolling in Carol
I OPEN NIGHTS UNTIL CHRISTMAS the aislesbefore the *

vehicle comes to a close. AlbumHiFi
The master of horror

films Boils Karloff,
assisted' usual. by a c ouateusTmceol& or Stereo-Sp"

RUMMAG1.ftFURNITURE I highly .talented cast ,r.w w..r r... 1
will supplement a fine

program presented:weekly
for Roosevelt 'patrons. -
6-Q.goo.not ,
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Va. Court ,Stalls _
Features the beautiful voices of RISE
STEVENS, BRIAN SULLIVAN and the COLUMBUS
County SchoolsChecks BOYCHOIR with the Firestone
Orchestra and Chorus 17 aI! -time favorites
Quality Comparable
"Carol of the Bells", "Hallelujah
.will_ come early to 11 Chorus from the Messiah", "The 12 Days of to *3.96 andThe
veterans and war orphans In Christmas" and many others. '4.98 AltMHnI
training in Florida as a resultof DON'T MISS THIS OUTSTANDING OFFER l'
the Veterans Administration .. Nearly 1.000.000 copies of VoL 1 were +
being able to complete arrange- sold last year.
USED DAMAGED ments for early mailing of
training checks to GI Billirrangeinents
tilnees.JJf: Newest Sensation In Bikes.. .
| have been
made With he Treasury Department -
*e efrSPECIAL
FLOOR SAMPLES
Regional Disbursing Cf- 9OMridi 'Vrs1one
fice to mail training allowance
checks to veterans and war orphans -
on December 16 insteadof
b the normal date of Fingertip-grip
mailing MODEL
DONT MISS THIS
BIG
SALE
December 18;' Thus, trainees handlebar grips

1or USED FURNITURE NOW if will training receive checks their December November 18, Simulated leopardcover

before Florida schools recess on solo-polo High-rner
b IN OUR USED FURN. DErT. Easy Tennis ; for the Christmas holidays. saddle handlebars with
Rufus H. Wilson Manager of special crowbar
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I'I Sportsdom's Highways Lead To Miami This Coming Weekend II




GiNtt Gats SUU P es tI Rattlers Gain Breakthrough Stanton Cagers


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OKLAHOMA CITY Prentice athletic appointment ., .,.

Gautt. the first give the 25--year old Open SeasonFRIDAY

Negro to play on a UniGautt.. Last March Gov.

versity of Oklahoma Bellmon named him the
NIWTStanton's
football team was restate's representative

cently hired as a physion the late President Blue Devils will open their arrest

) cal fitness consultant Kennedy's physical fitness basketball season Friday night against Dftytoaa's

to the Oklahoma council headed by Campbell High one of the local aggregation's trauAbAuuoi -
City
school board. Gautt' former collegeA a A ___ rivals.Participating. -__-_-._-.........._...__._._._....__..

native of Oklahoma coach Bud Wilkinson. on the Harris, TfeoMs Wilsoe.

City, Gautt, after That Job was reported double attraction which Laval Hartley, and Kea-

graduating from college unsalaried. gets underway at 7:30 neth Daffy Hartley wasa

Joined the St. Louis Gautt's new position p.p. will be the Stan- letter winner and the

Cardinals pro-football will be to evaluate, coordinate tonettes who will engage others saw Halted ser-

team. One of the Cards' and improve the their counterparts from vice.

standouts Gautt hadn't physical fitness program t' l III] Rr1'F Campbell. Much is expected this

played since the second. of the city schools. The two local squads season from Keaton Brow,
.
game of the current sea- According to Dr. Jack aOSK L S.T will play 24 and 16 center, aad Stevoe Tol-

son due to a serious Parker, superintendentkidney -1' 'yV games respectively.The bert, forward, both 0 f

Injury suffered of schools, Gautt will LL q Blue Devlin will whoa saw junior varsity

In the game with the be on the system's' pay enter the Class AA Regional action last year.Stantonettes .

Texas Cowboys. roll until January 1964 at Daytona in returnlag

This is the second and possibly longer. r- : :s, ., March and the Stanton- etter winners are Carrel

-",.."""Wt ., ettes will participatein Davis,Gail bipp, Joaaaa

the girls' tourneyin Seymour, Hazie Baker,

Open Evenings 'Til9:00: P.M. .. February hosted by Lydia Haydoi.Mildred HeEl -

Douglas Anderson.The verani Loretta Carter.

R S. EVANS Stanton teams will
ALTHOUGH outstanding Fla. AtM grid stars have been nationally recognized through the years,Florida's play their second games Mulls RetkmgBrown

"Jacksonville's Most Recommended Dealer" sports writers set a precedent this year when senior Quarterback and passing specialist Jim lull is Tuesday. Dec. 17 in Pa-

of Miami (left), and Alfred Denson, senior end and lull passing-catching teammate from Jacksonville latka and will return Kayoed;
3RD & MAINLet
were named to the collegians' third team. for their second home

Your OLD CAR Make the Down PaymentTHE
game on Dec. 20. The
MACAIBO. VenezuelaJeq --
WORLD'S BEST BUY Fla. A & M Rattlers ExpectedTo
IS A SLIGHTLY USED CAR!1 WHEN YOU ARE ILL holiday game will be Brown, foxier lightweight -

60 FORD 2-DR. V-8 . .$ 995 You Seek She Best Doctor: Meet Tartar Against Bears played western against Yellow the Jackets North-, chMpion his title who more defended -
AUTOMATIC.BUS.tKARP ZXXMONO.
When Your Doctor PrescribesGet Monday night, Dec. 30 at than any other light-
62 CORVAIR MONZA $1595 MIAMI It's the rampaging Florida A&M Rattlers Stanton.
Experienced Pharmacists weight titleholder in
cocne.FOUR-FLOOR.. against the Bears of Morgan state College this
'. .According to Your Doctors Adam Johnson and Edward history, has decided to
60 RAMBLER 795 Annual Blossom
.$ Saturday night in the 31st Orange
Tolliver pre varsity retire following his recent -
[ I AUTOMATIC Orders.We Only The Best Classic at Miami's Orange Bowl. Kick-off is sched-
Dr. C. F. Black coaches and Willie Howard knockout here.
63 FORDV-8,2-DRHT. .$2395 Quality Drugs uled for 8:00 p.m. with pre-game activities
'
Proprietor handles the junior varsity 'Old) Bones was
BUCKET tXATB..'B.STICK Kin starting at 7:30. ta bbed the World'sFastest
i 63 PONT. GRAND PRIX $3595 While this football Back, has more : The Stantonettesare kayoed in the third
coached tound
Sallie
by by Young Carlos
3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU than once displayed his
battle is expected to
o i Qoo ler'aoer Rl.AUTI7VLRCARl.: : .' POUR Df J'LOOK. ONE Daniels and Gwendolyn Morocho Hernandez of
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A COMPLETE LINE OF attract 45,000 fans, running talent for A&M
59 FORD CONVERT. $ 995 Maxwell. Venezuela, the world's
. Sundries many of those in atten- during the season.
Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies .
T-*. ftK. AUTOMATIC. Three varsity members second ranking eon-
dance will be equally Reserved seats for the
- - returning to this tender.
-PRESCRIPTIONS CAlLED FOR AND DELIVEREDLilly's year's
Interested in the two Classic are now on sale
Blue Devils fold are Hernandez enter his
63 Chev.lmp.$2395V8 by the at all University of
shows presented
bid. for title shot
Nathaniel Farley, Edward -
,H'top, R&H,Auto. Pwr. Steering Drug Store internationally famous Miami ticket officesth Smith and Adam by first dropping Brown

62 CAD. CPE. $3395 FAMU Marching Band. The roughout South Johnson. They will be for an 8-cooat in the
fast-stepping A&M Band Florida. Prices are .
1901 KINGS ROAD EL 3.8216 $4.50 supported by Ronald first round."TIGERS"
will present a pre-game _$2.50., $3.50.
'SS
show and a half-time

extravaganza. Edward Waters College
I Morgan State, makingits

first appearance in

1 TIRE SPECIALCITY the excellent their Classic record season, boasts windingup with an


eight victories and one

loss. Their only defeat

was by North Carolina
HOLIDAY PRICES:

year College, 25-20.early in the

The Baltimore team has

met the Rattlers only

I once, back in. 1943. when

they gave A&M their

I Buy 1 get 1 FREE! ALL SIZES GUARANTEEYou worst Bears beating will ,display 500. The a 'S

will never. hove a doubt offense and
wide-open
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with a T. City guarantee.

Buy 2 get 2 FREE! LIMITED QUANTITIES OUR POLICY are this expected year's Classic to make a BASKETBALL SCHEDULE '


95 Tin City will glv. you a better free-scoring game.
tir. deal', brand for brand. nine this
o-od* for grade. any day of In games
Famous JDRIVER'RATED th your. w money..k or promptly... will refund season, Morgan State Dec. 11 Paine Augusta, Ga.

rolled 302 points
has up
TUBE TYPE Jan. 8 South Carolina A.T. JacksonYie
PENNSYLVANIA WORKMANSHIPGUARANTEE for a 32.5 average. :

TURNPIKE' PREMIUM BLACK They 211.6 have yards averaged per game Jan. 16 Albany State College JacksewWe
Alfll 1.11
tor rl&bc .. Tire City guarantee* all mer Jacksonville
TIRES enandite' to, the original' put rushing and 115 yards )Jsn. 17 Allen University S

UP TO 50% STRONGER! II.\ :. monshlp chaier life of agomtt the and tread material defeeti bated In en for work.price the' passing average for a of total 326.6.Coached offense Tickets On Sale At Edward Waters College Business Office

Add Z.Al 1M purchoier originally paid Thi
ALL ,t.. Prenj Nrlota nationwide II m 'addition euofO"to manufacturer''.... by former U of

-j i 600-13 Q Iowa star Earl Banks,

Trip!*Lifetime GuarantMh > .' 650-13 N ROAD HAZARD the Bears will featurethe

.u,,,",,tile......4e. f" 700.13 GUARANTEE running of halfbacks

..-*4*:M*.-.k IHMtM..:....kMMWttMTtO ..... ,,'.r'J,. '-", 700-14 750-14 E Tire City guarantee* ta the Oliver Dobbins and Leroy a o
_.. ..,-........ ,', j original' purchaser all tire*, new' Kelly. Dobbins is the 830 GASSAT
.... 800-14 for of
---- or retread the life the
d i 850.14 tread ogairat oil rood heiord* team's leading scorer

! ......Ie,...,.........,.... ; V;, 900.14 P s our hClOt fnioectian fhote noted haws' bel the_.tire If with 74 points and Kellyis 1824 W. IEAVER
Pas foiled under the term of
klwwww.M. ..> R
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f..nr.wM. ; L. ; the guarantee. It win Chs in second place with
---""'" ( 670-15 I paired *MC or rf Tire J
:wrY option w. will allow credit 30. Both backs were 2 LOCATIONS TO
...rL.w..Ak..twMw .. 710-15 toward the purchote of any' lIk
.. C other tire from u* bated onunuted named in the recent
-4..4.. ntL pro
T w.fsd Ie..."... .....Y. 760.15 mileage end .the orig. SERVE YOUNOTICE.
800.15 JSltghtty E Mal purchase oJ NOTtiTreodweor draft.Kelly was selectedby

ItmUAftf Top QiMMty Mrton> r.,.. ..M couMd or rv.kq hazard. accident.Cha darn. the Cleveland Browns
>M cut. while flat
unbalanced; or mitaillgnedwhMli and Dobbins by the
.
PENNSYLVANIA .... or from Your willful wort receipt ohute hosord mint'are ouorn eCeotod be.. Pittsburgh Steelers. To ALL COMPANY OFFICIALS!
produced of time of dMtment. The Rattlers will enter .
the Classic with a 7-2
A (I CUSTOMERSATISFACTION record having been up- We have a large selection of Turkeys and Hams. W. are
Je7ThWIsr.
set last week 20-14 by taking orders NOW! Yes we do gift wrap!

GUARANTEE Texas Southern. In the
Fresh Frozen Wilson's' Country Hill
scoring departmen, FAMU g fo
TREAD WARE Keguerdle k... your tir.of i-how liv. month long *you or. has a slight edge over 37C
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yeor -thru +ewQuo. YOUNG TURKEYS
MILE :
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area guarantee your ttre* e* points for the season,
thoroughly and favorably to
NEW NEW you loch of 1toe guarantee* 1dn.grd averaging 34.5 per game. Fresh
.. SAVE you money A host of Mlaaisns will
JETREAD WITH WRAPAROUND TREAD tret both and when w you v', you purcnaw us* ..vat...... see action for Florida PORK HAMS
This l* ki keetxng with Tiro
Otyl stated pokey of QIvUQa A&M. headed by passing C

UP BETTER TO 20 TRACTION% MORI THUD SURFACE THE BEST VALUE 0.Mt.foctIoft..: =". tire a" ""b day.a- star Jim Tullis. The Fresh LB. 4

COOLER RIDING-MORE MILEAGI MONEY CAN BUY eeluted usranf..d.r Rattler quarterback was Country

drafted by the Chicago BACK BONES

Bears last year. Ernie

Hart is mother Mlaaian
ALL PRICES' PLUS TAX AND EXCHANGESPECIAL who will handle quarter


!_ TIRE CITY calite A back at tiers.duties expected Another for to break the 10- PORK SIDES 39C


BRAKE FRONT END & WHEEl BALANCING ,
DOWNTOWN NOtTHSIDE SOUTHSIDEMl loose during the game FLORIDA GRADE "A"FRYERS

HERE'S WHAT WE DO: .. .. ... will be halfback Bobby
egg N.
i Iz.ww.r < wan Mwy. LB.23C
J I CASTtt WHItt,ALtOMMtMT CAMBIR. TM CMKICT IM. TOIOUT. 1104 U.W.5-TM1..... PO S.SStl IX $-M18 Felts who was named
AkMUST AM AU M JTttiINC. .
000f", ill .tOtUl m most valuable player in
KAKf A JUITMINT AU. 4 WESTSIOI SMOKED
wMItLS. AO WJT MAH *>AlU. ,... this year's Jacksonville
'J 405 M.W. tlthIT2.JOI9 ISO
ADJUST nt>Al CJ.IAKAMCE.ALANCE c-t .* Kse....ay Nt 0SK Classic.Of .
tOTH*KHT m LS. 913 C.*Mt Ave.i7171 PICNICS E LB. 27C.
WH6HT) MCl PCLtAM IV course the biggest
BUDGET TERMS
AN* Rf ACK ** NT I .
WMiU BtAXINCSr $: CALL YOUR NIARCST Interest will be tbe -
IHWKT IMTttr flA51ZI.
J. ,rireiNC ASSTMOIT pJA1IK. TIRE CITY STORI TO J1 running of Rattler halfback -
,' CAHfFUltT IMiriCT All WO R US .. PettereCH. OPEN AN ACCOUNT
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SET NEW SCORING RECORD--CIAA' s Conference runnersup a new season's scoring high for Morgan -I{i points. The atpve Bears' trio, alternate quarter of the team's season standouts and Fullback Clarence -

I Morgan State College which faces the Florida teams in totaling 302 points; eight over the pre- back Russell* (Russ) Jolivet--a sophomore--left) Scott of West Consehocken, Pa., are reputed, I
I A4cM Rattlers Saturday In Miami's Orange Bowl for vious high set by the 1933 Bears Club which scored from Houston, Tex., has developed into an excellent it is said, to be able to take care of accessary

the 30th annual running of the Orange Blossom 294 points while holding their opponents to6- passer. Center Isaiah RasburyNewark, N.J., one situations whenever needed.
(Morgan News_Burog Mm tog wr)
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On Saturday Dec. 21,
PhefographsCHURCHESWEDDINGSSOCIALS' against the crack Bull county titleholders club Geiger has several the Bluebonnet Bowl will 'tlrA

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east Regional played lacking in height more Sheppard and Geraldine
Jacksonville. Fla. ,
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spring, the Bulldogs weakness in other departments .
their all with support
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WATCH THIS CLOWN leader who averaged 24.0 attempting
and set their utmost in EST and the NFL playoff time!
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98 275 58 to .better last from the Orange Bowl in --
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A&M COURT ATTENDANTS--Among the thousands enjoying the -lavish- rounds of entertainment this week Faye Boyd, senior, Pensacola; Freshman Queen Yvonne Edwards, Daytona Beach: Eophoaore attendant El-

I during Miami's 30th annual Orange Blossom Classic presentation are FAMO* s Class Queens and Hiss senna D. Harris,Mel bourne; Senior Queen Gwendolyn Carr, Tallahassee and Junior Queen Margaret Nixon, I
FAMU's attendants who are gracing the scene with their presence.From ,left are: Junior attendant Lillian Jacksonville. (A&M Photos by Pillyaa)

Patricia James, New Sayrna Beach; Sophomore attendant. Sandra M. Stills, Pensacola; ROTC Queen, .

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DOWNSTAIRS APT. 3 BEDRMS. ::#" ., Analysis Section and _
10 MacDill AFB Tampa in Tampa, at 8 p.m. :" '' .!; : ple, brought a sharp
ON NEST-SICE.CALL EL43720. will take over his new I HOUSE FOR SALE LhVW4el1
JANUARY
blast last week from the
2 Rosenwald Junior College in Panama City, Florida .' i'.,''' r duties on December 23. local chapter of the NEW 3-BORM. HOUSE ,
AGED CARE
3 Alabama State College in Montgomery, Alabama f' Moore resigned his 'Congress of Racial Equal HDWOOO FLOORS. TILE BATH, RED
SIBLEY'S HOME FOR THE AGED. ., position with the MORN. KITCHEN. SMALL. DOWN
,
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4 Still man College in Tuscaloosa, Alabama ity.A COAL
1717 W. 27TH STREET. PHONE: Minneapolis. Branch, ESN!
FRANK E. AVE.
6 Washington Junior College in Pensacola, Fla. to PAYMENT. 2047
.... .. :.... telegram Cov.James .
PO-81022. HOMELIKE ATMOS -; ASCS, U. S. Departmentof
PO PO 85144.
4-0271 OR
11 McCoy Air Force Base in Orlano Fla. A. Rhodesdrafted at an OR
PHERE. REASONABLE RATES. Agriculture where he
15 Volusia Co on! unity College in Daytona Beach, Fla. :, t emergency CORE meeting, FUEL
worked as a field *
ARTICLE FOR SALE 24 Volusia Community College in St. Petersburg at 3 p.m. examiner marketing rebuked the governor for "Services
27 DOUBLE-HEADER: '" ... saying Mrs. Mallory's Sound Service for Ad-
") specialist, and con- b
WORLD BOOKENCYCLOPEDIA Washington JC of Pensacola vs MacDill in St. Petersburg 7 p.a. : extradition warrant vertising Dances.. Ball
tracting officer for the
Rosenwald JC of Panama City vs Gibbs in St.Petersburg 8:15 p.m. would stand. Games etc. Also LoudSpeaker
Both games will be played in the Gibbs JC gym t. last 14 years. "We regard your de- Service for It..a.d or .. .

$10.00 DOWN. $6.00 A MNTH. 28 DOUBLEHEADER IN GIBBS JC GYM f to Prior the Twin to Moving City area back in cision..to be a shame- Banquets. Concerts. All SeasMs let & FBI Ce.IIIJ .
PHONE 724-2058 OR WRITE Rosenwald of Panama City vs MacDill Air Force Base 7 P.'m. ful betrayal of your P eco rd Hops etc. N rr..4 Aft.
K 44511
1947 Moore lived in
926 OVERLOOK DRIVE, JACK-. Washington JC of Pensacola vs Gibbs JC 8:15: P.m. ... campaign promises," the H 3-fn02 SOUND l SERVICE
SOMVILLE 11, FLA. 31 Lincoln Junior College in Fort Pierce, Fla. Washington, D.C. wherehe message snideI"Unlessyou
was employed by the
reverse your de- SPECIALCHRISTMAS
U.S. Department of CIVILSERVICE
/ VCAH.NOUMD IMVICI cisionwe pledge to help TERMS _
Agriculture in the
Hughes Carswellyour defeat you in the next PIANOS ft ORGANS
THE SOUTH' URGES I FINEST 48 fields of economic re- election." 1. As low as $25 down. _
search marketing, and 2. Three years on balance.
s-t- full time statistics.In A second CORE telegramwas 3. Start payments 1964. JOBSGIVE
SELECTION OF COLORED DOLLS sent to U. S. Atty.
addition to his 4. Your old piano or organ LIFETIME
MADE TO MEASURE SUITS Gen. P.obert F. Kenney
Plymouth & Valiant government experiencehe taken In as part payment SECURITYMen
Walkial-TalkIDI-Kissial Pattr Cake ....for Christmas has done marketing asking FBI protection fox if fOp wish. and Women

Salesman '. research for various Mrs. Mallory in Monroe. 5. $10 reserves the Instrument To Train Now For
,0i- -Tombaliaa Chatty.Cat"y TORRENCETHE Shortly after the U.S. Civil ServiceExaminaUoM
1\\" firms in the Twin City of your choice

Drink 6 Wet. From 14 lashes TAILOR New & Used Any Kind area several over years.the last Supreme intervene Court in refused the case to, CANNON for MUSIC Christmas CO.delivery., 40 W. Pay as High aa

f f2 i High to UI III 3& lachest7iP. Expert AlterationsDry Moore, born and raisedin Gov.James A. Rhodes said Duval. ph. 3539637. Open $92
Powell her extradition warrant
CleaningOne Plymouth St. Paul Mina is a Mon. thru Fri nights
j St.9B to S12.9B graduate of Mechanic would stand.It until 9 p.n. PER WEEK TO STARTGRAMMAR _
Day Service was the second time SCHOOL EDUCATION -

\:,,:\ BROADWAY DEPT"" STOREORin Phone EL 3-7210 1218 SAN MARCO BLVD. holds Arts high a B.S.school degree and from the U.S. Supreme Court USUALLY SUFICIENT.KEEP .
has refused to review a JOHN YOUR PRESENT JOB
AND WfT BROAD ST. PHINE EL 4.018 3592024Call University of Minnesotaand
119 612 Broad St. lower court ruling on WHILE TRAININ U.S.CITI-
DOLL has done graduate
Jacksonville Fla. Me For Demonstrations.aisa work In the marketing the extradition.Mrs. STANDBERRYOn ZENS ONLY.
field. Mallory has con- FOR FULL INFORMATION,
tended she would suffer The END YOUR NAME AHO AOORE% TO

s: :rs: :i1i: :iJi: Police bodily harm and perhaps KEN KNIGHTSHOWCASE KEY TRAINING '- .
425 BAANCTT NAT'L
death if she goes back
ReportsTRIO BANK BLDG.JACKSONVILLE .
to North Carolina.
FLA.
ATTACKS Commenting the latest 9:00: A.M. SUNDAY NAME................,.....
court ruling, Mrs. Mallory -
I Establlsh.d 1885 Witnesses INDIVIDUAL told policeth said: This is no CHANNELSponsored 4 ST. OR FfaUTE......,......

at when Herman more than I expected. CITY....................,

Richardson, 31,519 w. Perhaps this ruling will by STATE....................
Beaver St. walked out be an extension of the NEW DEAL CAB DRIVERS AGE..Slx...........

of a 713 W. Ashley St. reign of terror that has PHONE.....................
restaurant last Sunday, taken over the country."

1T he was attacked by She said she had been MOTLEY'S ENTERPRISES
three men who beat him counting on Oov. Rhodesto
THERE'S NO PUCE LIKE HOME"
about the face and head come to her aid. Edgewood Market
YOU MORF with their fiats.Richardson Mrs. Mallory was arrested Super
Sp ES was takento in Cleveland by 2973 ED6EWOOD AVENUE

'' the C hristmas St ore that Duval Medical Center FBI agents at the re- QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED

., u for treatment and released quest of North Carolina.

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