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BOB HAYES, FIRST NEGRO ELECTED





'-.-' INTO FLORIDA'S HALL OF FAME


VOL 13-NO. 39 SATURDAY DECEMBER 28, 1963 15 CENTS * * * * Jox Speedster


Angel' Spreads Cheer First Negro

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GRID STAR ESCAPES i9a 1 To Be Inducted


Robert Hayes of Jacksonville -



ROAD CRASH INJURY ,. r aI fastest another ,human"first"' "the' world's'capped when


be became to be the elected first Negro to-

.. ... ... ... ... ... -
Oil. .StovesNot Top Bonus Star's Alertness * ? .: the of Fame.Florida Sports Hall

.
Saves Own Life And OthersThree Hayes won nominationfor
At Fault, bis feat of estab-

Florida A&. Students who were victims lishing a world mark

Report States of an accident involving a switch for the 100 yard dasb

engine and a car stoutly denied statements ST. AUGUSTINE-In a of 9.1 seconds. The FAMU
-- Oil
GAINRSVILLR
: attributed to them stating they saw flash was undefeated in
stoves might have been publish statement last
and heard the engine just prior to the track competition during
I contributive but not a weektwo leaders of the
collision. rS .. I 1963 and he carries a
primary cause an Alachua local NAACP Branch sta- .43k
County health official Alertness on the part ever given a FAMU player ted that tLey resigned ,3 large share of UncleSam's
of A&M star end Alfred behind hopes for vie -
stated in reporting on was closely their posts in order to -
{ Al) Denson whose was his friends and had to tories in the dashesof
the deaths of eight Negro afford a new climate for
infants who died closely following his jam his brakes hard to race relations here. w the 1964 Olympics on

companions in his own avoid hecoming involvedin In the signed statement hi* shoulders.The .
recently from repiratory
infections.Dr. car saved him from becoming the accident. given to the press, r : FAMU truck ace was

Fdward G. Byrne involved in the Police estimated damageto Dr. Robert B. Hailing, ., z ':t.. among seven men, two of
crash. the late model car NAACP Youth Council advisor < ( I: them deceased to be

county health officer James Henry BlackshearJr. in the area of 2000. and Rev. Goldiei ;-- p.,' ._ t. .> voted into the State
said that similar infections -
have been seen 22. of 1686 Mc- Mitchell and Hudson Eubanks Sr.. NAACP Vice / r/'r-- (I".r """ Hall of Fame by members.

Millan St. was driverof were released from Duval President, jointly disclosed / -' r.
but the large number of ;::
the car. His two- Medical Center following
they were relinquishing .
deaths in such short
a
is companions were Freddie treatment and Blackshearis their of > : :;4 t. .. .g., .
period an uncommonoccurrence. r a.r
; j jI
Lee Mitchell 21, of still confined at the ficiil positions imne 1869 wlndle St. and Center and is still lately in order that '- 1... .
Stating the possibility 1 "' :
Henry Hudson, 1119 listed in serious con- others, "more accept- t9 )f -
of some new element ... S
Bridler Street.The 2 .
dition. ble to the powers that .
being involved, Dr. R' "
trio were returning be" take over the man- ... ; ,. : .......
Byrne said samplings of Salesman Joins ..,. /
tissue from the infants from a Jam session at tle of leadership and ::ZQJAx : ,. < ." '

Fender's Club and had remove tfte, present impasse ; _
has been sent to the $1 Million Club
State Board of Health stopped for gas at a in race relations.The "ANGFI. OF MEWV Dr.Eartha M.M. White fulfilled her annual Santa Claus rolE

labratories for tests service station before CHICAGO -- (ANP) -- release went on tostatt' at Clara White Mission Wednesday by giving toys, food baskets and clothing to hundreds .

and the results will their car became involved Herbert St. George Ferguson "Should such of the citj's ne'<3y children and adults.
in the accidentat vice president of sufficient -
progress prove
not ceks.be known for several the Moncrief Rd. sales at Kingston Greena we feel that Jaxon Becomes Ex-S!avel103 Birmingham Has

crossing in the 4700 Negro housingdevelopment retirementfrom
pernan.zit
When asked whether First NegroPhilharmonic
block. in a Chicago suburb. any roleof leader Negro DeputyBIRMINGHAM I
Found DeadLITTLE
oil heaters were responsible -
Denson. star A&M end Markham has been electedto ship in the civil rights Member
ANP
for the ( ) -
who. was recently signedby the Million Dollar would be in Fla.
deaths. Dr. Byrne said movement ST. PETERSBURG ROCK (ANP) This city got its first
that during the current the Denver Brochos Circle of the National order. It is with a (ANP) An outstanding Percy Johnson who was Negro law enforcement

cold wave, most of the pro-football team for Association of Home fervent expression of Negro musician have re- said to be 113 years old officer last week.He' BOB HATES
the largest draft amount Builder's Sales Managers gratitude to all of cently became the first was found dead last week
children had been placedin s not a member of .. "Another First"of
close proximity to Randolph Wins Club. those who have stood and only member of his in the yar behind his the local police force the Florida Sports
He was formerly honoredat along the road to the 70-
the heaters but he did *' together race Join house. The police said but a United states Writers Association.

not believe the stoves 40 Hour WeekPorters' a luncheon at the of brotherboodanddemo- member St. Petersburg he apparently died of deputy marshal. Other persons selectedin
Hilton Hotel by other cratic action that he Philharmonic Orchestra.He natural
causes. the state-wide bal.
of
were a primary cause Elijah Hill. Jr. a
members of the exclusive make this is Alvin Downing of
gesture.
the deaths although they Pay HikeWASHINGTONANPThe Detectives L.L. Cran- physical education toting were:
Sales Managers club during Signed: Jacksonville Fla. head ford and J.W. Harris
Andy Gustafson, former
may have been contributive. teacher was sworn in
the National As- Dr. R.B. Hailing NAACP of the Gibbs Junior College said that Sylvester
head coach at the University
here Tidaj as a deputy
operators of the nation's sociation of Home Build- Youth Council Advisor music department
Parker who visited of Miami who
U.S. marshal with the re-
Suspect HeldIn railroads, the millionsof ers convention. Rev.Goldie Eubanks Sr., who was Invited to Join Johnson each afternoonto power to make arrestsand cently retired md is
persons who use them Fergusen led the sales NAACP Vice President
the philharmonic by con- help him around the court the school's director
serve papers.
Local Man's and several thousand staff of New Horizons Honors ductor Thomas Briccetti house found Johnson athletics
Stamp Officials here said be
ableto
Pullman porters were
Development Corporation as a percussionist.Downing .
lying in the yard. He
John Pennel Northeast
is the only Negro to
Fatal Shooting join the festivityof builders at Kingston Mrs. RooseveltIn accepted the in- had been dead several Louisiana State college
the Christmas holiday serve as deputy in the
Green to $1.000.000 in vitatioq and now plays hours.
GhanaWASHINGTON North Alabama district student of Miami who became -
Homicide investigators season as a strike sales during the past drums the xylophone and The police notified Dr.
have Jailed Herman High- threatened by A. Philip year. (ANP) the marimba for the or- Howard A. Dishongb. the and to their knowledge the first man to

tower, 40, of 959 Broad Randolph was called off He is the first Negroto Ghana was one of three chestra. He made his debut County coroner and he the first Nrgro deputyin pole-vault There, were 17 twelve feet.nomi-

St. who is suspected of with the announcementof be elected to membership nations to present to without incident. Alabama.
.
ordered the body sent to nees for'the hall this
shot labor settlement.The Dol- Lyndon Johnson Col. John D. Hill interim -
having fatally in the Million president He holds degrees from undertaking
an company. according to Tom
year :
Alphonso Lang, 32. who dispute between theAFLCIO lar Circle. stamps of their coun- Florida A&M University, Johnson's grandson. U.S. marshall
Brotherhood of tries commemorating the s aid Hill Jr. took McEwen, sports editorof
Tallahassee Fla. and Edward L. Moore said
Tribuneand
Court Upholds the Tampa
Sleeping Car Porters late Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt oath in a brief ceremony -
r Catholic University that Johnson was 113 president of the
and. and the declaration and began work Dec.
headed by Randolph Judgment Against Washington D. C.Mayor's years old November 9. state's sports writers
about 50 railroads cf Human Rights.
stretching back several Miss. NAACP Presy Books of stamps of Vote He was born a slave at 23.Col.. Hill said he knew association. "This was
f Montgomery. Ala. and vote in the
nothing of Hill' s application the largest
and Korea
was concluded last Ghana. India
i years
: JACKSON, MISS.-(ANP)- came to Arkansas about association's history ant
[ week according tc announcement were presented to the Help Pass until he received -
__ f made romhere The State Supreme Court President recently at 1923. He had made his a telephone call the largest number of

last week nphel d a $25.000 living farming. He and admissions" c-ording
McShaie.c .
J.P.
from James
in a
by Secretary of Labor W. the white House Anti-Bias Law
his first wife were total
judgement against state presided over U. S. marshal to McEwen. The
Willard Wirtz. ceremony
NAACP President Aaron married 65 years. She that number of persons in the
Ambassador Adlai MADISON Use. -- An notifying him
Wirtz said the negotiators by UN
Henry in a libel suit equal opportunity ordinance died 12 years ago and Hill's application had hall stands at 21.
beaded by Stevenson.
Randolph and, J.E. Wolfe by Thomas H.Pearson, the Ambassador Stevenson prohibiting racial his second wife died been accepted in Wash- To be eligible for the
five years ago.Mother Hall of Fame, a person
of in
prosecuting attorney discrimination ington.
of the railroad com said the stamp presenta-
agreed to reduce Coahoma County.Pearson tion "was a source of public accommodations must have achieved or

HERMAN HIGHTOWER the porters' present and Clarksdale great gratification to housing and employment Cited With Neglect sustained recognition

lived at 1430 ff. 33rd 205-hour per month work Police Chief in Ben Collins the Eleanor Roosevelt has been approved by the in the field. of sports

St. schedule to 174 hoursin filed separate suits Foundation" and that Madison City Council bya MDIPHIS (ANP) In George Ross 27. whose while a leg l residentof

Reports disclosed that stagesbeginning Jan. against Henry druggist, some 20 other countriesare one-vote margin. what many regarded fls an husband is stationed Florida.

the two men were playing I, 1964. and ending July after he claimed in a expected to print The NAACP-sponsored unusual action, the with the Air Force in The Hall of Fame is

public statement that legislation was enactedon of 1yearoldboy charged on located in the Jacksonville -
pool on a miniature I, 1965. similar stamps.At mother a Spain was
table in a store at 947 The porters' union had his arrest on a morals the ceremony Presi- Dec. 13 as the climaxof who died after he the ground that neglect Coliseum A

Broad St. and suddenly threatened to strike at charge vas a"diabolicalplot dent Johnson said: 1 an intensive well- was chewed by rats whilehe of the child contributedto personal momento of each

became embroiled in an 12:01 a.m. Dec. 20 cooked up by the am very proud to receive i organized drive by the slept was charged his deivth. individual in the hall

argument. against the Pullman co. two officials." these stamps that have Amend iation'S.branch last week with involuntary Swann said rats attacked is enshrined there. ThecityofJacksonville

Hightower is said to and three railroads Pearson sought $25,000 been produced in honorof here. : Ranslaugiter. the child shortly provided -

have pulled a calibre which handle sleepingcar and Collins 15000. a very great 1 aItr. The dramatic Hollywood- An autopsy however before it died and continued space and showcases

.22 pistol from his service for them. Each was awarded the "She was truly a per- style vote followed two showed that the baby. to gnaw on him for the hall. It.

pocket and shot Lang * requested damages by a son who cared. she belonged full sessions of heated Gerald Wayne Ross died after he was dead. Six is open year-round.

once in the chest. Lanr Coahoma Circuit jury. not only to the i debate during which of Pneumonia, said Police other children in the George Olsen, executive

was reported dead on Greetings Best withes ana Collins victory was up- United States but to i Mayor Henry Reynolds Capt. E. C. Swann. family were placed in secretary of the Gator

arrival at Duval uedical ToOurMtnr held earlier this month humanity throughout the made a strong plea for Police said that Mrs. protective Custody. Bowl is director of tie

Center, police said. Friend and Customers. by the Supreme Court. world. passage of the .eaarre. Hall of Fame.








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THE FLORIDA STAR..- '.., V r Politics As Usual'

NEWS BY ERIC O. SIMPSON

Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co'

Veaber of Associated Negro Press" j
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President Lyndon B. Johnson has called
ERIC 0. SIMPSON.............MaagiB Editor upon officials of 64 large corporations to

ALYSON E. WISE...................Mews Editor take further steps to open equality of em-
ployment opportunity to all Americans.In .

HILDA WOOTEN.........Circalatioi Maaner a December 12 White House meeting at

: which he invited the management officialsto
MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: Join the Plans for Progress program of

2323 Moncrief Road.....Pkooe Elgin 4-6782 the President's Committee on Equal Employ-
ment Opportunity, the Presi-
: .
Mailing Address: qijux dent said:
a+' ,w r "We will look forward eager-

P. 0. Box 561. Jacksoiville 1, Florida 'J \ ly to working with you to eliminate .

irrelevant consideration I
MIAMI OFFICE
of ancestry from the hiring

138 NW 3rd Ave. Phone 3111025 it .1. practices of America and to

leave as the only real test SIMPSONthe

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,. .s I The President who served Chairman of
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Send Check or Money Order to: 4 said: "My own identification and work with

this Committee during nearly three years
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have been associated in more than 30 yearsof

Constitutional Rights ApplyTo public life.

/ During his talk, the President cited fig-
All People At All TimesIt > X29i ures fro a 91-company report prepared by

is with amusement ana cynicism that STOP HATE GROUPS NOW, BEFORE THEY DESTROY HER, MR. PRESIDENT the staff of the Advisory Council on Plans

one reads the howls of anguish sent up by for Progress a group of personnel specia-

Southern 'pro-segregationists' wheneverthe lists from private industry who have been

Federal government enters into civil loaned to the government to help directthe

rights disputes. The usual arguments Plans for Progress program.

center around the so-called unconstitu- "The following statistics..demonstratewhat

tionality of the Federal government's Your WeeklyHoroscooe progress can be achieved when thereis

"meddling" in the affairs of the state.It an awareness and a will:

is indeed ironic that these defendersof --whereas the number of salaried employeesin

the constitution hide behind the docu- these companies increased 13.8 per cent

ment when the government intervenes but GuideBy in the reporting period, the number of

overlook the fact that the disputes are non-whites employed in management cate-

being caused by their denying a large seg- gories increased by 46.5 per cent.

ment of the population their constitu- --In professional and administrativejobs

tional rights. Not only do the several PABLO The ASTROLOGERWHICH the increase was 37.4 per cent.In .

Southern states involved deny Negro citi- -- sales jobsthe increase was 53.1 per

zens rights guaranteed them by the 14th cent.In
and 15th amendments but Negroes are also ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR technical jobs, there was a 31.6 per

denied basic liberities granted in the cent increase.

"bill of rights" or the first ten amendn.en LOVE TRAVELARIES "These are significant improvements,
ts. BUSINESS but even more meaningful is the positive

Daily papers made much of Governor Wallace attitude and a general spirit of wantingto

s claim that there had been no break- improve the situation that can ulti-
870991374879LEO THE WEAR AND TEAR ON THE INITIATIVE IS YOURS mately produce true equality of
down of local law enforcement. Our own oppor-
TH IS MONTH BUT YOU WILL
YOUR VITAL RESERVES ARE "
local morning daily states "There has Born March 21st thru tunity.
HAVE TO USE IT I WITH RE-
HAVING ADVERSE CONSE-
been no collapse of local law enforcementin April 19th Born July 23rd this The President pledged the continued full

its efforts to control the situation ALTHOUGH I IT MAY SEEM A Aug. 22nd QUENCES. STRAINT. YOU WILL MAKE effort of the Federal Government to insure
PROGRESS
SUBSTANTIAL I
deliberately created by br. Martin Luther BIT LATE FOR IT, THERE SOMETHING TURNS OUT 8-10-88-14-95-614 that employment, promotion and personnel
WHEN YOU ADHERE TO A
King and other professional agitators, ARE SIGNS THAT SOME KIND WELL GIVING YOUR SCORPIO PRECONCEIVED PLAN. actions will be made on a non-discrimi-

with the active encouragement of the OF A REWARD IS COMING FINANCES A BOOST. YOU Born Oct. 24th thru 5-50-33-19-93-531 natcry basis.ISSUES .

Kennedy administration Federal use of TO YOU. FOLLOW HUNCHES MAY ALSO EXPECT FAVOR- Nov. 22nd

armed power to enforce social theories a- RIGHT TO THE END. YOU ABLE CONSEQUENCES AFTER AQUARIUSBorn GOOD AND BADby l
THOSE WHO HAVE EXTRAORDINARY -
gainst constitutional local authority is SHOULD BE GLAD TO HAVEA YOUR FUTURE PROJECTSGET Jan. 20th thru P. L. PrattisFor

fiat government at its worst." FEW HOURS OF PEACE AND GOI NG. DO NOT FOLLOW SKILLS SHOULD Feb. 18th ( the Associated Negro Press)
FIND THEIR SERVICES MUCHIN
Overlooked by. the prosegregationistnewspaper LEISURE AFTER AN EXCITING THE EXAMPLES OF FRIENDSWHO
DEMAND. MAKE CERTAIN YOU SHOULD WATCH FOR -
and other proponents of white WEEK. PEOPLE MAY ARE THROWING! MONEY Where are most Negro leaders during the so-called
THAT THE WORD IS SPREAD JNUSUAL OPPORTUNITIES TO
rule are several basic facts. VISIT YOU WHEN YOU INVITE AROUND UNLESS YOU CAN Negro revolution?
AROUND. CHECK OBTAIN GOOD RESULTS FROM
OVER THE
(1) The local government in Birminghamis THEM. 'OUR OWN REALLY AFFORD IT. "BEFORE Where do Negro professional men, businessmen,
not constitutional. Racist Police Com- HEARTAND NOT OTHER WE PASSIONATELY DESIRE STATE OF YOUR FINANCESTO YOUR PLANNING AND BUSI- men of the church, educators, artists and what not
ELIMINATE THE WEAK NESS ACTIVITIES. DISCRE-
missioner Eugene "Bull" Connors way defeated MEN'S OPINION, FORMS ANYTHING WHICH ANOTHER stand?
LINKS. "THE BLOCK OF TION IS REQUIRED. ALTHOUGH -
in a legitimate election and has OUR TRUE: NATURE. ENJOYS, WE SHOULD Do most of these people have a voice? Have they
GRANITE WHICH IS AN OB- YOU SHOULD FIND
refused to surrender the office of Mayor. EXAMINE AS TO THE HAP- expressed themselves? DO they express themselves ?
STABLE THE PATHWAYOF THIS I A GOOD DAY FOR BAR-
IN
Mayor-elect Boutwell is an avowed 'mod 6-30-88-14-84-638 PINESSOF POSSESSOR:' Or are the majority of them afraid to speak out ?
THE WEAK, BECOMES A GAIN HUNTING IT WOULD
erate' and had agreed to sit and talk TAURUSBorn In two though-provoking articles in Life maga-
EVEN IF YOU APPEAR CALM
STEPP I NGSTON IN THE BE POOR JUDGEMENT TO
with Negro leaders. The Connors-led body April 20th thru zine, Theodore H. White has dipped his pen into a
ON THE SURFACE, YOU MAY PATHWAY OF THE STRONG. PURCHASE THINGS YOU DO
refused to grant Negro leaders the dignityof May 20th sensitive area of Negro life It'. White, after a
BE SEETHING INSIDE. THISIS THE OPPORTUNITIES TO NOT NEED. BE CONSERVA-
an audience to air their complaints. THERE is A THIN LINE cross-country study of Negro leadership thoughthas
NOT A HAPPY SITUATIONFOR BRING OUT YOUR TALENTSFOR T IVE. "REPROVE THY
BETWEEN FRIENDSHIP AND just about reached the conclusion that most
(2) Negroes are seeking rights endowedto
THE MEMBERS OF THE THE BENEFIT OF THE FRIEND PRIVATELY COM-
them by the constitution and not ideo- MARRIAGE JUST NOW. THE Negro leaders are not saying in public what they
FAMILY. PUBLIC SHOULD NOT BE AL- MEND HIM PUBLICLY.
logical-sociological Utopian goals as FUTURE INTERESTS OF TWO think privately. In a reference to the militancyof
LOWED TO GO BY DEFAULT. JOINT PROJECTS TO INSURE
many would have you to believe. Their PEOPLE MAY BE BENEFITEDAS 1-90-33-16-98-193 some new, young Negro leadership, Mr. White
AM) WHAT MAY HAVE PURELY SECURITY AREBOUND TO
aspirations for first class citizenshipand A RESULT. I IF THERE VIRGO writes:
BEEN A HOBBY COULD BE MAKE UNEXPECTED LEAPS IN
participation in government are basi- ARE ANY SALES IN YOUR Born Aug. 23rd thru 'Vilitancy is a word that today reflects a special
TURNED INTO A GAINFUL A FAVORABLE DIRECTION.
cally American. NEIGHBORHOOD STORES YOU Sept. 22nd posture or type of person. A Negro leader must be
OCCAPATION. THEY ALSO COULD BE
STAND A GOOD CHANCE OF POOL I IDEAS AND TALENTSTO known--first and above all--among his own peopleas
PLACED IN JEOPARDY BY
PICKING UP FINE BAR- ENHANCE TIE: POSSI- 5-50-33-18-75-538 a militant' Not to be militant' exposes a

Decn Rusk Tells How Racial GAINS. CHECK EXTRAVAGANT BILITY OF ALTERING THE SAGITTARIUSBorn MAKE THE IMPATIENT THEM GO EVEN DESIRE FASTER TO Negro to the charge that he is an uncle Tom'. Once

WHIMS. "I AM NOT STRUCKSO COURSE OF EVENTS TO Nov. 23rd thru known as an 'Uncle Tom' his career is over."

Problems Hurt U. S. Aboard MUCH BY THE DIVERSITYOF YOUR ADVANTAGE. IMAGINA- Dec. 21stBE THROUGH SPECULATION. LaterMr. White asks: "Is there any area of this

TESTIMONY AS BY SHE TION IS ACTIVE.YOU ARE ON THE ALERT FOR AN 8-30-99-17-53-839 problem in which men of goodwill, both white and

The damage that America's racial con- MANY-SIDEDNESS OF TOYING WITH AMBITIOUS OPENING TO EXTRACT UNEXPECTED black do agree privately If not publicly."
flicts are contributing to this country TRUTH. IDEAS BUT YOU MAY BE GAINS. BUT YOU PISCESBorn while there are few, if any Negroes who would

international image and prestige was 3-60-22-12-93-362 AHEAD OF THE TIMES. DO WILL NOT BENEFIT WHEN Feb. 19th thru wish that the pace of the present revolution be

vigorously spelled out by Secretary of THE BEST YOU CAN TO YOU START SPECULATINGOR March 20th changed or that the new and young leadership be

State Dean Rusk, last week, who asked GEMINI BUILP UP SKILLS. THE TAKING RISKS. AMBI- repudiated, there must be many Negroes (not sPeak-

"that we not underestimate..the diffi- Born May 21st thru HUMAN SOUL IS LIKE A TION CAN COME BETWEEN THIS PROMISES TO BE AN ing out in public) who give much private thoughtto

culties which this problem is causing for June 21stBE BIRD THAT IS BORN IN A YOU AND YOUR NEAREST AND EXCITING WEEKEND. YOU some of the tactics used in the present "war"

us in other parts of the world." PREPARED TO CONSIDER CAGE. NOTHING CAN DEPRIVE DEAREST. THE NERVE SHOULD HAVE AMPLE OPPORTUNITIES against segregation and discrimination.How .

The Secretary, in one of the few timeshe IT OF ITS NATURAL WHICH NEVER RELAXES--THE TO WIN NEW can the thinking of this group, which is
AND ACCEPT ANY JOB OFFERS -
has spoken out fprthrightly on the THAT COULD PAVE THE LONGI NGS. THOUGHT WHICH NEVER FRIENDS BUT DON'T BE TOO actually the "power structure" in the Negro

subject, said discrimination is not only WAY TO FUTURE SUCCESSES. YOUR FRIENDS ARE QUITE WANDERS--THE PURPOSE QUICK TO PASS JUDGEMENT. community be utillzedHow can it be freed from its

hurting us abroad, but in the conduct of PLAY THE GAME AS OTHERS WILLING TO COME FORTH THAT NEVER WAVERSTHESEARE CONSIDER THE OBJECTIONS present fears so that it can say publicly what it

our own foreign relations here in the nation WANT IT. GET BUSY ON THE WITH GOOD ADVICE WHEN THE MASTERS OF VIC- OF YOUR HOME COMPANIONSAS thinks privately: ? Or Is this group destined to remain
s capital. YOU SEE FIT TO ASK THEM TORY. THEY MAY HAVE A SOUND quiet while others call the tunes?
LONG-RANGE PROJECTS YOU
Describing the racial conflagrations hers FOR IT. YOU HAD BETTER B ASI S. "THE ACTIVE There are those who would contend that the present
HAVE IN MIND AS YOUR
as "the gravest issues that we have had LEAVE THEM STRICTLY A- YOU ARE NOW RIDING HIGH, PART OF MAN CONSISTS OF rewlution began in 1961 when the first sit-in occurred -
CHANCES OF GETTING SOMEWHERE -
since 1865" Rusk said that it is deeply ARE EXCELLENT. BUT LONE. MAKING IT IMPERATIVE FOR POWERFUL INSTINCTS, SOME in Greensboro, N.C. or earlier, when the

affecting the conduct of our foreign re- BE MORE ADAPTABLE. 6-100-11-19-74-619 YOU TO GUARD AGAINST OF WHICH ARE GENTLE AND bus boycott was staged In MontcoBerjr. 'do not
lations. TRIPPING YOURSELF UP CONTINUOUS OTHERS VIO- agree.I .
'COMMON SENSE IN AN LIBRABorn
Speaking before some 400 representativesof UNCOMMON DEGREE IS WHAT Sept. 23rd thru THROUGH OVER-CONFIDENCE. LENT AND SHORT; SOME believe the revolution began in 1909 when tome

non-governmental agencies attending a THE WORLD CALLS WIS- Oct. 23rd ROMANCE AND OTHER PRO- BASER SOME NOBLERAND whites and Negroes joined in organizing the National -

two-day conference in Washington, the DOM. THE ASSENT OF YOUR MATE JECTS CLOSE TO YOUR ALL NECESSARY. Association for the Advancement of Colored

Secretary said that the Free World could OR PARTNER SHOULD ENABLE HEART SHOULD GET A NEW THE COMPETITION WILL BE People. Practically every added measure of free-

continue to support the great causes of 4-60-33-19-47-463 CANCERBorn YOU TO BRING SOMETHING LEASE ON LIFE. KEEN BUT YOU WILL HAVE dom which the Negro now enjoys, as compared with

freedom, but that he felt that the U.S. June 22nd TO A SUCCESSFULOR 920881683.928CAPRICORN NO LACK OF FRIENDS AND with the Negro of 1900, was sought and obtained
thru
for him by the N.A.A.C.P.One .
was "running this race with one of our July 22nd PROFITABLE 'CONCLU OPPORTUNITIES TO AUGMENT
legs in a cast." Born Dec. 22nd thru must concede that demonstrations (most of
YOU MAY HAVE TO MAKE UP SION. DISCARD DRY TREES. YOUR EARNING POWER. DEPOSIT
He suggested to his listeners that it was Jan. 19th them) are valuable tad constitute tort of social
YOUR MIND ABOUT AN ALLIANCE YOU SEEM TO HAVE CERTAIN YOUR GAINS IN YOUR
not because of the damage to our foreign INVOLVING YOUR- DOUBTS ABOUT THE YOUR INTUITION IS VERY SAVINGS BANK OR INVEST therapy. But none of the basic victories to pre-

policy that racial discrimination was SELF OR YOUR LOVED ONES. LONG-RANGE POSSIBILITIESOF ACTIVE AND MAY PAVE THE THEM IN SOUND SECURITIES serve and protect the rights of Negroes was ever

wrong, but because it affected the char- PREJUDICE SHOULD BE TOTALLY COLLECTIVE PROJECTS. WAY FOR ROMANCE AND CRE- OR DIVIDEND-PAYING won by demonstrations. The' demonstrations cue asa

acter of our own society. ELIMINATED. IT 'SINCERITY, A DEEP, ATIVE ACHIEVEMENTS. YOU INVESTMENTS. THIS WILL result of victories in the courts obtained by the

There was, he said, "the necessity to WOULD DO YOU GOOD TO REMOVE GENUINE. HEARTFELT SIN- MAY WELCOME THIS WEEKENDAS HELP TO KEEP THEM OUT OF N.A.A.C.P.

respect the dignity of our fellow citi- YOURSELF FROM THE CERITY IS A TRAIT OF GIVING YOU A CHANCETO THE REACH OF UNSCRUPULOUS The' bus boycott of negroes in Montgomery did rao

zens." SCENE OF CONTENTION."WE TRUE AND NOBLE MAN- RECOVER FROM THE EXCITEMENT INDIVIDUALS WHO tin for Negroes the right to sit where they: pleasedin

During the conference the delegateswere NEVER ENJOY PERFECT HOOD. 'REMUNERATION' OF MERRYMAKING.YOU POSSESS BOTH WINNINGAND buses. This right was insured because of a

told that half of the diplomaticcorps HAPPINESS; OUR MOST FOR- ARE LOOKING FORWARDTO TAKING WAYS.RUPTURES N.A.A.C.P. victory in the courts. And although one

"finds the getting of a hair cut TUNATE SUCCESSES ARC KEEPS UP 1964. "REPUTATION IS THAT HAVE BEEN CAUSED BY could be grateful to the boycotters for helping

in our national capital to be a problem." MINGLED WITH SADNESS; WITH YOUR PRODUCTIVITY. SOMETIMES AS WIDE AS THE EXCESSIVE AMBITIONS. to dramatize the plight of Negroes, the lets victory

Rusk said "the readjustment of our relationships SOME ANXIETIES ALWAYS BUT IT MAY BE WISE TO HORIZON WHEN CHARACTERIS of the NAACP vomld hav* brought to Montgomery

between the races is upon us PERPLEX THE REALITY OF SLOW DOWN THE TEMPO BUT THE POINT OF A 7-40-77-13-46-73 Negroes the right to si' rare they pleased, boy-

internationally as well as at home. OUR SATISFACTION." WHENEVER YOU FEEL THAT NEEDLE. cott or no boycott.S11I ..



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.r/ I Nursery Kindergarten Pioneers Fla. NAACP Sets Do-It-Yourself Holiday Door

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50,000 New Voters


i Registration In '64

With LOUISE GUINYARD
Christmas, 1963, has come and gone, surrounded by TAMPA A massive voter

its usual aura of reverence. registration campaign

do the lighter Bide of the celebration, however, designed to qualify a

te remember the happy faces of children on Christas iL.f minimum of 50,000 additional I

morning as they try out or display gifts from Negro voters

Santa. during 1964 will be ar '

As adults, this is one of our priceless season launched next month by

gifts--one that we remember to be grateful for as the Florida State Con-

the New Tear approaches. ference of Branches of q. T

. . . Fi i" the National Associationfor
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The Ladles Auxiliary to the Medical, Dental, and the Advancement of il 1Blelel

Pharmaceutical Association held its November meeting P. ,_----J-. _._ :.. F.I'L Colored People. The any !>

in the Board Room of Brewster Methodist Hos- ti nouncement was made this
:: >I .+, ft week by Robert W. Saun-
pital. _....', c-: I
Mrs Bessie Canty, Hone Demonstration Agent spokeon ; t ""'"' : '.,. -.Std ders, NAACP Florida ; -
'.. field secretary.Utilizing ,
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'The Plus or Positive People. &
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The President urged all members to participate in > the 'crashprogram'endorsed

and support charitable organizations and the group by I,YNL&
discussed its hospital project.In FAMU PIONEERS NEW LOOK IN MA'lHEMATIcs--Little Ivorynetta Butler, fiveyearold last summer's national

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I A Butler of Tallahassee demonstrates one-to- convention Saunders
att daDce were Mesdames Downing Schell, Is ,
one correspondence to Mrs. Barbara Boardley, FAMU kindergarten teacher Dr. said
zard, Florence, McIntosh and Henderson. ; the goal is to
. . . Alan Humphreys visitng professor Minnesota Mathematics and Science Teaching bring the total numberof
Project (MINNEMAST), University of Minnesota; Dr. Israel E. Glover, head of _
Lieutenants Raymond A. Lambert and Richard Willies registered voters in
the FAMU Department of Mathematics and coordinator of the Tallahassee experi-
flew in from California for a brief visit. Florida to 300.000 by
mental center for MINN 4AST. and Miss Blanche Gavin, head teacher of the N.B.
Lt. Williams visited his motherMrs. Alberta Lang, the end of the year.
Young Nursery-Kindergarten Laboratory School of Florida A&M University.
a nurse at Duval Medical Center. Lt. Lambert was Presently there are 213.
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the guest of Elwin and Joyce Lawson of Alaro Road. Christmas 128 Negroes registeredto
In
. . . Thousands Pay Final TributeTo vote

Faculties of local schools held annual parties Arts FeaturedTALLAHASSEE The state conference's
Queen Of Blues Dinah :
political
last week-end. 'Christmas action com-
Approximately 59 members of the New Stanton High in the the mittee is in charge of Giant holly candles glow with holiday spirit on
Arty'was CHICAGO-(ANP)-A host of celebrities from throughout the W.C. Patton this frrrt door as Santa's helper adds the final
Darnell program. ,
group gathered at the Lincoln Country Club; theme of the Annual Pre-
I the nation attended the funeral of "Blues NAACP touch. A few rolls of weatherproof adhesive cov-
Cookman Junior High teachers assembled in the home Christmas Convocationheld roving voter registration -
Queen" Dinah Washington at the St. Luke's ering and pair of scissors all
Baptist a are that's neededto
of the Richard McBrides. 3504 Penrce Street; and at Florida A&M University specialist,
I The James Weldon Johnson faculty celebration was Wednesday morning church here last Wednesday, but was forced to Jostle will come to Florida to create the design. The candle holder is made of
with a crowd of about 5.000 which thronged the aid in the drive's kickoff strips of red adhesive covering. Windows or door
held: in the home of the Allen Fishers. Jr., 5811 December -
church and stalled traffic for five blocks. panel s, covered with green become the candles, and
Vernon With Dr. Evelyn Martin Saunders added.
Kad. .-.... .. .- .-..............
so ana intense was holly ]leaf cutouts frlmnlng for the
. . . a member of the Christmas large Campaing workers Saun- green provide
the crowd inside and out ington once sang; Joe knocker and the candle holder base.
The Y-D; aaonds Bridge Club held its Fifth Annual Convocation Commit- ders sat d.are determinedto
side the church, whichwas Glasser. Dinah's booking
Rrunch last Saturday at the A.L. Lewis Branch tee presiding the pro- redouble the efforts
who also flew in
filled to capacity agent, Court Refuses To Intervene
YWCA of which it is an affiliate.Frances Walden gram opened with Saint- which in 1<>63 producedan
from York
to help
New
that it took a cordon of
is director of the Young Adult Department with Saens' Tralse Ye the ,police and ushers more with arrangements for increase of 11.1 per- TALLAHASSEE Refusalof from their participationin

which the group is directly connected. Lord and Martin Shaw' than 15 minutes to get the funeral, and Ruth cent among Negro regis the State Sunre-ne! sit-in demonstra-

Guests included Catherine McKinney .Alvenia Fanfare for Christmas the body into the sanc- Bowen the singe s busi- trants. Court last week to tions.

Scrlven. Delores BoswellMarian Reed, $ya Rozier ," sung by the University tuary when it arrived. ness manager. Holiday Visitor intervene in a suit When the youths' parents -

Ernestine Poole. Vivian Lewis Sulu wells, Emma choir with Miss The celebrities. who Miss Washington's bus seeking release on bail refused to accept

Morgan, Eva Satterwhite. Minnie Ladling Betty Rebecca Steele conducting. came from as far east band.Dick Night Train"* of four St. Augustine terms of probation set

GrUiaic: Marie McClain, Ella Bronson, and Florence Accompanists were as New York and as farMbo Lane, star defensive youths returned the case by the juvenile court

Dixon, executive director of the Y. Miss Charlotte Giles at halfback on the Detroit to the state district the youths were sent to

f Delores Boswell and Alvenia Pcriven were recipients the organ and Mrs. Mary Lions football team, sat court of appeal here. the respective state re-

e of ri/es as a result of the rounds of bridge W. Roberts at the piano. in the front pew of the r The youths, aged 14 to form schools.

I played by the group. Members of the club exchanged Following the renditionof r church along with oilier 16, are being held in In its brief opinion.

gifts, and each presented her c.\IHt with a a Christmas Carol Vi'e' members of the bereaved state correctional institutions the state high court

gift. 0 Come 411 Ye Faithful family. pe was visibly in Mariannaand said relief can be obtained -

Y-Dltunond officers include Fleet H. Alexander, ." a brief Christmas shaken. Later, he told Ocala after St. either from the

president; Juanita Davis secretary; and Maxine message was delivered by this> reporter that he Johns County juvenile state court of appeal

Fisher, tr uRurer. Margaret Day, Gladys Bryant, Dr. George. Gore Jr. 1 was too overcome with officials sentenced themas through a motion by the

Fannie Bellamy, Amanda Bell. Louvenia Newman. president of the Uni- grief to comment on hit delinquents: stemming juvenile court.

Rosalee Shannon. Geneva White Rosemond Satter- versity.The wife's death. 'I'm scrry I

Whirr, and Virginia Mathis make up the membership program theme sht is gone." he mur-

roster. Christmas in the II mured softly.

. . . Arts was developed

Our own Florida Ftur Staff took time out to exchange through the areas of Myrna V. Wilson's

Christmas wishes at the Eldorado Cub last literature the dance

Saturday evening A gay tine was had by invited paintings and drama, Engagement AnnouncedMrs. SPENDING the holidays

guests as' well as many of our dear friends whom we with related musical with relatives and -

saw at the club and couldn't resist the urge to selections being rendered Washington Florence Lawson friends in Cordele I

say "Come and join us." by the choir and so- At Duval Armory Wilson and Theodore R. Vienus and Americus,

Among guests were: loists from the Music west as California bad Wilson: of Daytona Beach. Georgia is Jacobbie

STAR Editor Eric 0. Simps en. Miss Eddls Brown Department.Dr. to fight their way into Florida. Parents of Betty McKn hht the

Miss Anna Crus:<.Miss Virginia Uunford. Mr. &: Mrs Sylvia L. Render a the church and many were Myrna Vinnette Wilson daughter of Mrs. Mildred 'S A
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member of the FAMU Department trapped inside for more have and the late
Julius Guinyard. Miss Hilda Wooten. Mrs Gwendolyn announced the engagement McKnight '
Smith. Miss Catherine Salmon, Mr. & Mrs. Calvin of English read than half an hour after and approaching James McKnight. Miss ..: 'I ;' : : :
the service presidedover *
'The Greatest Story of is student at
Fleming Mr.& Mrs. Silas Gilbert Leo Dorsey. marriage their daugh- McKnight a
Til11urn; Toney, Allen Stucks Jesse Tarrance. Randy Ever Told. to developthe by the Rev. Hosea ter to Murray Albert New Stanton High School.

Bostic Josh Williams, Clarence Simon, Harold theme through liter- Burgle pastor of the Jackson of Milwaukee Westcoast Starlet'JEAYIE
located the
church
on
Elcee ature. Wisconsin the of ---
Calhoun MisS Viola Johnson. Randolph Love, son
Lucas, Alyson Wise Braxton Love Dr. H.H. Satter- Two dance numbers with near southside. Many in Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Scott
musical and choral the crowd had come: as of
Bradley. accompaniment Milwaukee. Wisconsin.
and
white. Fddie J. Hill James
. .T h e much to view the singer's Miss Wilson is present-

To Each and Everyone. A BRIGHT And PROSPEROUS NEW Twelve Days of Christ- remains as to view the --- 13 r'r

mas" and 'Drummer Boy. long line of celebrities. 1t

were performed by members Among the celebritat-v

YFARIBIRTHS of the Orchesis attending the rites were t

Club, a modern dance many of Miss Washington' s e
nis; 31.1 *oodla Rd. ; friends from the enter-
Mr. and Mrs. Printis group directed by Miss
Roy. tainment field. They I n the happy spirit of the seasonwe
I McCYary; 4641 Moncrief Beverly Hillsman. a member and friends
Mr. and Mrs. Warren eluded send our greetings': to customers
Village; Girl. Hayward: 1580 '. 19th of the physical Ella Fitzgerald and It has been a pleasure to serve you this year.
Charle Education Derartment.
Mr. and Mrs.
Jones; 432 N. 11th St. ; Street: Boy. Selected slides por- "Gospel Queen" Mahalia w VICTORY FUEL SERVICE
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jackson.both of whom flewin
Roy. traying artists' inter-
Middleton.: 1214 Cleve from New York; Gospel KEROSENE FUEL SERVICE & PRODUCTS
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent pretation of the Christmas -
land Street: Roy. singer Clara Ward singer r BLEVINS radio
_ Henderson; 1412 Van Bu- Mr. and Mrs. Claude theme were shown by Brook Benton,Mrs. Gladys star of KJAZ in Alameda. PHONE: EL 5.6469
Street Girl. Mr. Gerald Hooper of
ren ; Smith; 5816 Carnation I Hampton who representedher .. a aMISS California, is Pet Milk
Mr. and Mrs. Obie Bowman the FAMU Art Department Showcase
Fond; Girl. bandleader husband guest persona-
5625 Brait Avenue and explained by a student -
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Girl. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Kenneth Falana of and comedian Dick Greg- lity during 1963 holiday now its Pepsi

Gaskin; 1230 Frnnklll1treet I ory and his .wife. Rut)>. season.
Mr. and Mrs. Kirkland Largo.
McKenzie; 1154 Spearing ; Girl. Also comedian Red WILSONly Marriage for those who
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Gun- Season's Foxx and Slappy White, a senior attendingWest
street; Boy. der: 904 1 Pverson: street,; Licenses'Sylvester II!
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Den- Greetings the Roberta Martin Sing- Virginia State College think young

Girl. ers, with whom Miss Eash- I Institute West Mincey. 308W. :

,,). Virginia majoring in State St. 30 and Rebecca : p ,
Health Education. She if ,
1 <:. Baker, 1712 N. !o---
". a member of the Health Myrtle Ave. 26. "

Physical Education and Earnest Johns m, Jr. .
Recreation Club and 7903 Thorp Circle 22
"oJ t- k plans to graduate in and Mary E. Gibson. 2030

MEDIUM MULLET June. She was presented Benedict Road. 20.

NOT LI.SlmtlitT.20 BUT 5 ue. M.OO to society in Jackson- Ezell Goode. 843 W.

v LARGE ROE MULLET t. 29c ville as a debutante in 15th St. 40 and Ruth
1960 by the Les Treize
I 79c B. Kirkland 1527 W.
MULLET ROE
ht" Sn_ 1.1. Amies Club.Mr. .
t 7th St. 28.
s'....- .cut mice tit MfUfl Roe *IO ff'cut Jackson is also a
James Clark 1572 Mil-
.AI" MIOIUM senior attending West
79' I ,69'SHRIMP nor Are., 22 and DeloresE.
I SHRIMP Virginia State College
i. Coppock. 1424 W. 19th
DISCOUNT IN 10-11 LOTS Institute West Virginia
kIT: Frit Street, 22. f
Slflmn
Aeata'Sltmt1..he.Ie per eat oft
w .. majoring in Biology. He
'I' Ronnell T. Lovings, 1118
., .. I was captain during 1962.Myrna .
.GOLDEN SPOTS U39c I IWA"1. 35c s maternal grand- Clay St. 20 and AnnetteT.
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Hall, 714, Court E.
I Her mother or her sister? LOCAL CAUGHTMAYPORT 32 C parents were the late 20.Michael
WHITING LB. Mrs. Lenora L. Payne and D. Herrington

BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL. NATURAL-LOOKINO HAIR COLOR (IN 10 LB. LOTS OR MORE. LB. 27c) I.L. Lawson longtime Haines City Fla. 20
citizens of the city.
and Elwana Benton 5720
Whether you want the excitement of a different BLUEFISH MANAOYI TlLLOWTAILLbo She is also the grand Ji
hair abide, or want to give new life to dull or I I Bree Rd.. 19.
baircolor 35c SNAPPER 59c SNAPPER u 59c niece of the late Dr.
gray hair..Insist on the loaf-luting : Granville Walker Jr. People are In the mood for fun these
Bethune.The
in the famous red package-Godefroy's APALACHICOLA"With TNt T..|-.-.-W ,..... Mary McLeod 540 Pippin St. 21 and
Lsri uw. it's easy to apply,and complete In RUSHIDTRUC late summer cere- Barbara J. Gartrell. 805E. days-and part of the fun Is PIpit
elM to buy. SHELL OYSTERS :5s
nothing
OM pacbp-tben. VIA IC GUSH EL mony will take place
p IPSICOLASAY
Ashley St.. 18.CharlesSmith.. And nothing drenches your thirst r
FLORIDA GREEN LOBSTERS Lh. ESc during the month of "
ru..u. TADMT Jr. .
= like cold '
ffPCFr August after which the a Inviting Pepsi.
STANDARD OYSTERS ft Pr. 60c Pt. $1.15'.SELECT 6246 Restlawn Dr. 22 I
couple will reside in So think "Pepsi !
.. nd Jacquelyn L. Tbcnas' young say please -
... OYSTERS . .-. Pint $1.50 the Milwaukee Area. C>4 z,
....fr.y Mf. ..C.m.."y.aa10 Olive St. St.UMl M 5720 Abelia Rd. 22. _.4aw W w.w-PN.U.... w.. -M. .. _w M.- ;







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t FMC- Presents Fountain Chapel That Others May Benefit CHURCH NOTES Slates Recital rVoodlawn Presbyterian

Church Mores
I Recently elected officers of the Baptist Ministers
\ Christmas AME ChurchRev.
Program
Brotherbood are: Rev. R.L. Jones, president; Rev. BY L.N. PEARSON SR

I :: ST. AUGUSTINE Members P.W. Jones, pas- E.R. Simpson 1st vice president: Rev. V.H. Hartley Prof. R.T. Holley .
"' of the Choir and tor, is requesting that 1 i. director of music at
Daniels
2nd vice president; Rev. C.C. recording
Drama Club of Florida officers and members attend Northwestern Junior-
1i 5'a S secretary; Rev. A.P. Cummings financial
Memorial College com- mauor services Sunday -* rYn secretary;Rev. O.B. Barnes executive: coordinatorRev. Senior High School will

bined their talents to School will beginat ".F.. Toung.corresponding secretary; Rev. W.S. 4 present the choral group

present a special 9:30 a.m. Peoples, assistant recording secretary: Rev. E.V. of that school in a
Christmas Program on Mrs. L. Daniels, press musical recital in the
Grant treasurer; Rev. George Price, devotion rE
dent of tbe,.ADDt'f:! B.
campus here December a leader. ja Woodlawn United Presbyterian -
Mrs. L. Daniels, pr si-
attracting 'many out- Church January

of-town guests.Beginning dent of the Annie R. ........................ 19. 1964 at 7:30 1'.11.
James Missions-
at 5 p.m. Societyand Professor Hadley an accomplished -
Sunday afternoon, the co workers wii* oa.vft West Union Baptist Church mortgage burning cere- and an efficient -

program opened with the charge of the Stewardess monies to take place during the evening service pianist has

singing of four Christmas choirs ushers, all of Sunday Rev. A..... Cummings, pastor, announced. trained this group to be

selections by the whom are requested to Choirs 1 and 2 will meet in joint business: session one of the best among

College Choir, featuring be at their posts at the Friday at 7:30 p.m. The Junior Choir will hold the high schools of the

Kathrine Puryear an usual time. The sermon its rehearsal Saturday at 3:30 p.m. The deacon WELLKNOWN gospel singer city. An invitation is

prano. wrfl be delivered at Board will meet Monday at 7 p.m. Installation of Ageline McBride will be extended to all music

\ Four other selectionswere 1130. officers for 1964 will be held Jan. 5 with the featured in a recital lovers of the city to

presented by the The Trustee and Steward pastor in charge. Sunday. Dec. 29 at 8:30 hear this choral group.

Madrigal Singers.am the Boards will be in chargeof p.m. in Mt. Zion Over- The United and West-

musical phase of the the 3 p.m. programand ....................... coming Holiness Church minister choirs will re-

program was concluded members are remindedto .. DR. A.L. ROBINSON left), of Mounds 111., medical for All People 1906 More hearse Saturday, December

with a rendition of bring their friends.The director of the Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order, Youth Day at Bnanuel Baptist Church will be observed house Rd. Numerous 28 at 8:00 p.m. and

j "Way Over Jordan" by youth will present a Nobles of the Mystic Shrine shows Denser Mayor with a daylong series of events Sunday be- singers and groups have every Saturday there-

soprano Amy Anderson.The special program at 5 Tom CUrrigan and Edward Miller, president of the ginning with Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Major ser- already promised to appear after at 8: 00 p.m. instead -

Choir is under the D.m. The Missionary So- National Jewish Hospital, a check for $5.000 which vices will be supervised by the young people. The on the program and of Tuesday nightsat

direction of Prof. Ken- ciety will hold a candlelight the Shriners presented the chest disease center ata Junior Choir will rehearse Friday at 6 p.m. The others are invited along 8:00 p.m.

neth J. Huenink. service at 7:30 luncheon Dec. 15. It was the fourth in an annual Children's Choir will rehearse Saturday at 4:30 with the general public. Church School begins

The BIG Drama Club then p.m. President Danielsis series of Shrine contributions totaling $20,000 to p.m. The Male Chorus rehearses Saturday at 7:30 Bishop L. Q. Thomas is Sunday at 9:30 a.m.

presented 'The SecondShepherds' reminding all mis- NJH. Money: will be earmarked for research. p.m. host pastor. with T.V. Huger,superintendent -
sionaries to bring white
Play a OBITUARIESMrs. in charge. The
boisterous and exuberant and red candles.Rev. Union CommunityAME Mrs. G.W. Lucas ......................... Morning-worship service
I .
medieval drama writtenby F. W. Jones, pastor Rites ScheduledFor Gertrude Lucas.
10:55
begins at with
f officers and 1519 West 15th Street.
the Wakefield Master members ChurchRev. The convention of the Ministers, Deacons Union Robert the pastor Rev. F. D
of Fountain Chapel SaturdayFinal Gordon Jr. ,
an unknown who lived Women's Auxiliary, Duval County Sunday School and 1257 Adams Wilson bringing the
AMR Church wish each and H.P. Hutchinson rites for Mrs. W. St.
during the reign of King BYPU Convention Auxiliaries to the East Florida and Thomas E. Williams message, supported by
everyone of y"u a very will be the morning Gertrude W. Lucas who ,
Henry VI. Bethany Baptist Association which began Thursday, the two choirs, with
died Rt. 8 Box 460.
early Tuesday morn-
Merry :Fraas and a Happy worShip service speaker
In the cast stu-
were is convening at Friendly Baptist Church through Mrs. Rudyne Watson at
ing in a local hospital, Moses Johnson 1853 W.
New Year. We pray that during observance of
dents James Howard II. Sunday, Rev. B.H. Hartley, host pastor. The publicis 3rd Street. the organ.
will be held Saturdayat
Fred Sullivan Andrea God will Bless all of Missionary Day at Union
All officers includingthe
you. Canmunity AME Church. 3 p.m. in St. Paul invited Thomas Barton 1439
McNeil Jeffrey Bryant
newly elected ones
Jacqueline Williams Mother Reed's Rites Activities will begin Baptist Church Rev. L. ........................... Grothe Street. will meet Friday, Dec.
with Sunday School at H. King, pastor, offici- Hoover Roberts 8803

Sandra Cynthia Rain Montgomery, and Mary Set For SaturdayFuneral 9:30 a.m. The annual ating.A The pastor Rev. A. Anderson officers and members Hogan Street. 27 the, Conference at 8:00 p.m.room in of
native of RochelleGa. Eugene Foster, 320
Lee. services for Christmas program will of Bethlehem Baptist Church are attendingthe the church.
., Mrs. Lucas had resided Orange Street.Mrs. .
Dr. Homer Nicholson, Mother Annie W. Reed be held at" 6 p.m. with district convention of the Union St. James Association Miss Marva Davis a
here for 34 years. Lula Phillips 719
head of FMC's Fnglish who died December 19th. Mrs. Lillie M. Bell.Mrs. which convened Thursday and closes run- faithful member of the
She was a devoted memberof Ford Lane.Johnny .
Department, directed the will be held Saturday Mary McNealley in day at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church. Annual watch Westminster choir is
St. Paul Baptist Bryant 427 Copeland -
play with Prof. W.J. at 2:30 p.m. in Triumph charge. Mrs. McNealleyis night service will be held jointly with Vt. Sinai now recuperating at
Church where she servedon Street.
Barnhart assisting. Holiness Church R. 3rd the newly elected Baptist Church beginning at 9 p.m. home.
i the Deaconess Board. Willie Coleman 300
Others engaged!: in the and Franklin, Bishop president of the Mis- * *

production included Frma Young, officiating sionary Society.The She leaves to mourn: .... ..................... Lemon Street.
School'sannual Mrs. Nettie N. Brymer Mrs. Lucretia Davis. Clay Street.
y Simmons assistant di'I The cortege will leave Sunday
729 Court-A. Mrs. Seraphine Jenkins,
daughter; Eugene C. ,
1 rector. Audrey Bradley 824 F. Beaver St. at Christmas Party "The Hand Writing on the Wall" will be the ser-
'I Mrs. Essie Mae Bell 745 CourtA.Mrs. .
Elcee R. Leroy P. De-
f directorial aide. Bernice 2 p.m. Mrs. Josephine will be held on New mon topic which Rev. C.A. Weaver, pastor of Day-
Vaughn Jr. Lucas, sons 3314 Haines Street. Martha Smith, 13T7
t Zipperrr, prompter. Bryant is in charge of Year's day at 3 o'clockin spring Baptist church will preach during the annual -
Mrs:>. Ruth N. Thomas. Roy Alphonso Lang Evergreen Street.
the home of Miss
Mrs. Caroline McCOllum arrangements.!: watch night service slated for Dec. 31 beginning '
I Mrs. Nellie Phillips, 1430 W. 33rd Street. Mrs. Doris Twiggs 41 ;
Annette Wilder 1010
at 8:40 p.m. Several prayer bands will be
\ Mrs. Bertha Lee Wil- Mrs. S.M.B. Hill. 927 Lee street.
Callan Street. in charge of devotions during the old fashioned
r MACNU .A GARDF.V: S FIRST LRtXi { OREi1Mer liams, stepdaughters; I
testimonial service. Sammy Davis Mrs. Ruby Askew
Mt. Salem Baptist Sinclair Lucas and
and Mrs. Willie M. Wills will have charge of music Open Evenings Til 9:00: P.M.
Robert Clark, stepsons.
Association Day will be featured during a seriesof
: Church News

Von'sPharmacy Mt.Salem Baptist Hired Gospel ConcertSet programs Sunday, Dec. 29. Women's Hour will get R. S. EVANS"Jacksonville's

f underway at 2 p.IP.

Ii St.located will at present 1249 W. 22nd its Century Old Emancipation ProgramTo Most Recommended Dealer"

J r' For SundayFinal 3RD & MAINLet
post-Christmas programon Be Hosted Jan. 1st By New St. James
Sunday, December 29, preparations for Your OLD CAR Make the Down Payment
beginning at 6 p.m. Mrs. Fvc-njine Johnson and Fmanuel raves will be THE WORLD'S BEST BUY
2135 West Edgewood Avenue The public is invited to the year's final gospel the principal speakers when the 101st annual pre- IS A SLIGHTLY USED CAR!!

attend this affair. concert were completed sentation of the Fmancipation Proclamation observation 63 FORD V-8 H'TOP $2395
Thursday with the majority .
1' Let Us Fill Your Nut PrescriptionWe Worship services for gets underway Wednesday, Jan. 1 at 11 BT'ntT.T IIJl.ATIi.: STICK RIFT

Mt. Salem are as follows of the city's a. E.: in New St. James AMR Church 27th and Jones 59 FORD CONVERTIBLE .S 995

Pick Up & Deliver Free / : singing groups agreeingto Sts. Rev. Thomas B. DeSue, pastor. 60 FORD 4-DR. RANCH WAGON .$1195

Wide Assortment Of Patent Medicines ) Sunday School, 9:30; stage a battle of Highlighting the various Baptist Church; Deacon 59 FORD V-i. AUTOMATIC V-8 2-DOOR .$ 795
songs Sunday, Dec. 29th events will be the an- Lawrence, Central Baptist RADIO RATER
Cosmetics Sundries Confectionery ) morning, worship 11:00 at 8:30 p.m. in Triumph nual Emancipation Speak- ; Brother Blackwell 62 OLDS 98 CONVERTIBLE .$2995
and evening service at FACTORY AIR ALMT VEW:
Plea;.' Dial PO 5-4185 or PO 5-1582 I 6 p.m.Rev.WQ.. Holiness Church, Third ers' Contest featuringMiss Bethel Baptist Church; 60 OLDS DYN. 88 2-DR. HARDTOP. .$1595"flE.'L
and Franklin Sts., Elder Delis Finn ,Joseph The Harrell Singers BUY'
ay
/ Rogers, pastor 31 FALCON FUTURA SPT. CPE. .$1295
I.D. Harris, Rpg. Pharoi. Hall, host pastor. Croom and William Wright Cotton Chapel Methodist
BUCKET: SKITS
and Mrs. Delores Bright,
_ secretary. Appearing on the progiun all Northwestern High Church; Deacon J.Trod- 63 PONT. BONN. 2-dr. HT $3395

will be Miss JacquelineInez School students and Miss ford, Redeem Baptist and POWElL NORTRTRJt CAR. LIXX XXV
Fort, just recently Aubrey Hicks and Miss selection by the mixed 53 CHEVROLET V-8 S 35

returned from an EUro- Willie Lee Howar, members chorus. 57 DODGE HARDTOP .$ 595

i pean tour; Celestial of Central Baptist Also. Miss Johnnie Mae 55 FORD V-8 .$ 245

Gospel Singers and Na- Church. Simpson chairman of 61 FORD GALAXIE 4-DR V8 . . S: -.;'
830 GASSAT thaniel Jackson the Featuring the programas judges; Address by Mrs.E. AIR AOTO POSw FTMUWOCPE

Excelsiors, Angelic, participants will be Johnson instructorat 62cr CAD. $3395

j1824 W. BEAVER Bivins' Specials, Ethel The Committee's president Northwestern and an -
Davenport Bannister ; Rev. McCoy of Mt. assistant superintendent -

I 2 LOCATIONS TO 11 Angelites Traveling Zion AME Church; Rev. and member of Central

Stars Heavenly Fire, Charles J, Scrivens Baptist; selections by

SERVE YOU Lattimore, Laura Jackson Central Baptist Church; Long Branch School stu-

Rosa Lee Hall, Edwards ,Miss Ruth Church field, dents; speech by Mr.

,Deacon Leroy Mallory tag committee Rev. De- Eaves; response. Miss

YEAR Thelma Edwards, Sue of New St. James; Weston t
START THE NEW\
Henry C. Levine Quinell Deacon Fisher, Redeem The public is invited.Season's .


WITH A TRIP TO PREMIERFor Timmons Frazier and Deacon others.Solomon .I. .... m ._ !IfI


tM world' lowest meat prices The public is invited I :


For HOG good luck... JOWLSTONGUE IN LB. 21 Bishop Elected i Greetings !I I rL .



To National Council
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PHILADELPHIA.
BLAGKEYE PEAS PKG. The election of Rt. Rev HEAT 5- ROOMS, THEATER ftI I(

William Jacobs Walls, IfI _
of the
senior prelate
FLORIDA GRADE "A"FRYERS I(
AME Zion Church as one )I Installed .
2VSMOKED eJ the vicepresidentsof
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LB. with Got
the Churches National climaxedthe Councilof I IIf


activities of the

OR FRESHSHOULDERS denomination at the I _

PICNICS LB.29c triennial meeting of e $8290coa.ln.m .

.f the body.He ui KEN KNIGHT

is the second mem- t 1 ,}1 i
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LEAN WESTERN
00 hold the conveted Invites You To Listen To-

PORK CHOPSLEAN post. The first was Dr. WITH PAZ

Abbie Clement Jackson,
who was honored by the BIG BAND

National Council of Negro -
BRISKET
Women at its 1963 ,..... "DANCE PARTY"Nil'tly
STEW 3 session as the churchwoman -
LBS. of the year.Bi&op: a50501Good

Walls takes to the postan 11:30: 'til 12:00:

enviable record as a

LEAN WHITE churchman. He is the Housekeeping Gas Co. I Satorday 9 '... 'H 12 ....

BACON oldest protestant U."...,............ 1555 HAINES ST.

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rr 1963's Career Fields Honorees Wilkins Accuses ExCotton Farmer Prospers

Fuller Of Slander .d"" "iIf "'',''< .:

< ".. ,
_. BALTIMORE -- Attacks -, ., ,
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upon the U.S. Supreme
; ; :ourt: because of its

liberal rulings in constitutional *
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gests as strongly as
_** Qj _. ...: could any other illus-

>' tration, the continuing
-
i Y" .-:?.$ menace to the American
f '
\ ww charter of freedom, the
Constitution," Roy Wilkins -

NAACP executive
secretary, told studentsof
Morgan State College
here on a program in observance -
,,/ *11 j I of Bill of E 'Y.s F
I I t
Rights Day. r l
1 I
fr 4Y The events of the
,. 7I I
E Sixties, in the civil
t .i rights field and parti-

cularly those of 1963

must constitute a warn-
ing to all Americans
T3ic concerned with safe-
I
guarding the Bill of
_. .
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t Rights, he continued.
Turning to remarks recently -

made by S.B. :,rr. .
Fuller, at the 68th annual ;
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___ : 4 Mr.Chicago Industry Wilkins Negro in quoted manufac-New York the


turer as having said -
that the Negro has been -
&
t held back not by
x rj segre- CATTLE AND XMAS PECANS-Dewey Bedell, top left, part-time farmer of Auburn,
gation and discrimination
Ala. discusses continued improvement for his beef cattle herd with County
but by his "lackof
Agent John C. Moore. Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service of
initiative, ,
courage the U.S Department of Agriculture has aided Mr. Bedell in developing per
integrity, loyalty andwisdom..unfortunately
e manent pastures on his hilly farm to heir prevent erosion.At bottom:Mr. Bedell
: ,
-t weighs and loads bags of pecans into his truck for the Christmas market. His
_ the Negro believes thereis
four acres of pecan trees produced nearly five tons of nut this
a rscial barrier in year.USDA Photo
t America which keeps him-

from In these succeeding.remarks" the Nicks i Named NAIA I Coach Of Year I

NAACP leader asserted Coach William J. "Billy" been siren ily cited. day rrari- view lost
.
'Mr, Fuller slandersthe Nicks garnered: additional Nicks head coach of to a strong St. Johns

w great body of Negro honors this the.Panthers for 14 University from Minnesota -

citizens in this nation week. Coaches of the years, led his team to 3327.Under .
They have shown National Association of an unbeaten and untied Nicks, the Pan-
courage and persistenceand Intercollegiate Ath- sirson. In eliminationfor thers have won the Southwestern -

drtermination a- letics (NAIA) selected the NAIA championship Conference Chaopionfhip -

gainst the kind of oddsno Nicks as HAIA foot- the Panthers defeated nine times and

MADEMOISELLE magazine has honored ten young women gambler would accept. ball Coach of the year" Kearney Collegeof the mythical Negro Na-
Streisand. Right row writer Susan Sontag actuary have KearneyNe.rtska! 20- tional title four times
as 1963 Merit Award winners. They are. left row, They fought and The Prarie View mentori
I Anna Maria Raipaport fashion designer Deanna In the Camel la Bowl the 18 His
7.
top to bottom: politician Nancy Brown movie ac overcome handicaps that the secoii'i Negro past years.
I tress Leela Naidu opera singer Reri Grist ath- Littell educator Janet Newton. The ten award no men should be called honoTtt; in recent years. game at Sacramento lifetime record 1* 174
1 et<* Muriel Grossfield. Center row: cosmonaut winners were selected on the basis of outstanding upon to face. Jake Gaither of FAMU has California last Satur- wins, 5' losses and 9
achievements in their fields. ti t'S.
Valentina Tereshkova singing-comedienne Barbara

i Savannah Chamber Launches Lawyer ConvictedFor Nat Cole Cited Happy New Year's

Study Of Local Negro Businesses Sweetheart'sAlleged By RRDORD CongressmanIN

i I SAVANNAH. GEORGIA--A detailed study of local --
f Negro businesses will be launched next week announced Murder WASHINGTON---Nat King
Cole received one of the
Alphonso S. McLean, Director of Publicity
WASHINGTON (ANP) most extraordinary trib-
t
Research for the Mid-Town' Chamber of Commerce.
I ?his study" .McLeansaid ................... A 12-man federal jury utes ever paid to any
"will reveal the one of many new projectsthe here last week rejectedthe member of show business
tremendous advancements Mid-Town Chamber of defense plea of recently when California
temporary insanity and Congressman Augustus F.
Negroes have made in the Commerce will engage in
convicted a prominent Hawkins read into the
this A brochure of
year.
commercial world in the T
past century A bpecial datum acquired by this 52-year-old married Congressional Record a y19 P E E ARS
Washington lawyer of commendation the famous
I questionnaire has been study will be published
an d made available to murdering a 32-year-old star.
drawn up with 25 Quest -
i on s. the public within the divorcee, described as Included in Congressman QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
his ex-girl friend. Hawkins' remarks the
next few months. were
L is ted among the
various questions are: The Negro in the Found guilty of the following praise for the
Approximately how many Chatham county Business charge by the Jury of celebrated entertainer: SPECIALS GOOD THRU SUNDAY AT EDGEWOOD AND AVENUE B

Negroes are hired by Ne- Community symbolizes an nine men and three women\ "Nat King Cole, the -- --
gro owned firms; Firms integral part of the was Atty. Halcott A. son of a poor AlabamaNAr
that were started here economic wheel of pro- Bradley. He faces 20 7" HICKORY SMOKED WESTERN BAR-B-QUE SIZE

and have branched out to gress in this city, years imprisonment. He
other cities; the approximate commented McLean. could have received the t
number of death sentence if con-
Negro -
Business Concerns in Season's.Greeting's. victed of first degree SPARE

i Savannah; Attitudes of murder. HOGJOWLS
Current Business trends; The prosecution charged
c and killed
Bradley shot
Plans for the future
which entails expansionand t ." the former Mrs. Landora
of Bellamy, whom he had
development present -
operation; and other L defended in her divorce T RIBSLB35CPURE

pertinoi data. action against her husband .
This Research-Study is Lewis, in a dispute LB.
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over money on

ROYAL ART STUDIO February 16. : KING COLkfarmerpreacher
Bradley and his attorneys has
i i 515 DAYIS STREET I Thurman L. risen by virtue of sheer

Order Now at Reduced Prices Dodson and H. Carl Mul- talent and character to HERSHEY

trie, pleaded that he be one of the top mem-
PHOTO CARDS I was temporarily insane bers of his profession.

Individuals-Family! Groups-Clubs when he fired three enjoying an affection in SUGAR LARD
- fatal shots into Mrs.Bellamy' the hearts of the public
BLACK & WHITE COLOR .
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p _
in her
body
s shared by few other en-
I SEPIATONE apartment. Lewis Bradley tertainers.

testified that he was on During the over of a ,
Quality Photographs the way to his ex-wife's quarter of a century that 49 JAR35

CHURCHESWEDDINGSSOCIALSDial apartment when he heard Nat Cole has been before 5 LB. BAG c 3 LB. -

his wife cry out for the public he has change-
EL 4-1894 help md later heard the edbut little physically,
Limit 5 Ibs. with $5.00 or more food order
shots. but he has grown to be a
figure of international r--
Ion! Don't Have To Go To Town To Get Father Of 17 importance. He has sold


i LOW PRICESOn Commits Suicide over performed 50 million in literally records. CENTER CUT WHITE BACON LB. 27* YELLOW

HICAGO -- (ANA) A thousands of concert
despondent father of 17 halls and theaters ONIONS
Your children 'ended it aIr through-out the world.He SHORT LINK SMOKED SAUSAGE LB. 39$

here last week when he has traveled to overa
DRUG STORE NEEDSTrade
plunged to his death in score of foreign coun-
McKENZIE FROZEN GREENS
With Your Neightoitood Drug Store the path of a rapid tries including Japan
transit elevated train.He Sweden, England, France, COLLARDS; TURNIPS, MUSTARDS Pkg. 10t
HE WILL MKtT ANT PRICFS ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PATO.S.: was identified as Australia, to mention I

We Pellver-rc also Fill All Doctor's Prescriptions Robert Young. 43. his Just a few. His unique
death was described as voice and his own remarkable SAXET BLACK EYE PEAS 3 TALL CANS 25$

Dixie Pharmacy an apparent suicide.His presence have

his father son, Earl had 17, been said made him of a great good will ambassador CORNED BEEFMONOGRAM 12 oz. CAN 33$ 3 IK

1302 Kings Road at Myrtle ATJSDC despondent recently but without portfolio for

Phones Elgin 5-5597-98 did not appear ready to our country. RICE 3 LB. PKG. 35$

take his own life. .19c
-' -
LIGHT WATER AND TELEPHONE Young's wife was visiting Happy
PAY YOUR ,
In the South at the BEACON BLEACHR auw 10C1.

BILLS AT OUR STORE time of the tragedy. New Year ._ .
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. __ New ProvidenceM. Court President's Sicerity _Long Recognized

\ f F B. ChurchWe b s,

could feel the Spirit

of Christmas as we worshipped Stops ate'.
J/
i Sunday. We wish f .,
all a Merry Christmasand 1 1 c,
a Happy New Year.
1 We mourn the loss of Picketing

t/ one of our fine members
TALLAHASSEE -- A 7-
Lje1fC Sister Nancy Woods. Let
month-old injunction
us remember her familyin
our prayers, also restricting picketing r I-- :. _
white movie
those that are sick and against
_ Wki theatres here was made
.
those that mourn in the i,
1 permanent by Circuit
f. d loss of their loved ones. '
To all ladies rememberthe Judge Ben Willis.
The injunction, filed : i
Ministers and Deacon movie ___________
by two white
Union meeting Saturday
theatres, named Mrs.
which will convene in DaySpring
Patricia Stephens Due
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Baptist Church -
a student at Florida A&M : -
2991 NW 62nd Street. _
now under suspensionfrom
Come uniformed. Startingtime
the college; the
HONORED GUEST--Charles T. (Chuck) Williams (left), vice president of 8 a.r. Congress of Racial
The Schedule of activities ll'
Schenley Distillers Co..was feted by retailers and tavern owners in the Equality Mrs. Due's it '.nw .
is as follows: .. ;;,. "
Bedford-Stuyvesant: section of "Brooklyn to mark his promotion as the husband Atty. John Due
PRESIDENT LYNDON B. JOHNSON is shown here receiving the Distinguished
Sunday: Sunday School.
first Negro to become and officer in. a major company of the liquor in Jr. Julius Hamilton
dustry. Shown with him are Mrs. Charles Gurnbs, owner of a retail liquor 9:30: Morning worship Rubin; Kenon. also COPE Service Award of the Capital Press Club at the organization's Twentieth
Anniversary Celebration on May 18, 1963 at the International Inn in
store and Jerry Giraitis. executive vice president and general manager 11:00: members, and Ira Robinson -
Washington D.C.
and Gloria Smith. Wallace H. Terry II. president of the group is seen presenting the
Tune WAME Home Of The World'sChampion After hearing testi-
:; mony from both sides, award. Mr. Terry told the overflow banquet audience of more than 500
that ''Vice President Johnson's leadership wits representative of the
Judge Willis said that
efforts of the entire Kennedy Administration to reduce racial segre-
after having researchedthe
gation and discrimination throughout the nation."
Disc question, he foundno
Jockey The then Vice President was cited at this occasion for his "forthright
case holding that
determined leadership as Chairman of the President's Committee on Equal
., theatres operating on "
private property by law Opportunity.
were obligated to admit In his acceptance speech Mr. Johnson made one of his strongest statements

persons of particular on civil rights.

classes.The constitutionalrights Alien's In U. S. I Grace Presbyterian College Choirs

of persons may be Must Report Church News Start SeriesOn
subject to limitationin
MIAMI FLORIDA---De- During our Christmasseason
i do not
: that they ABC NetworkNEW
- cember 27. 1963 Dis- we have had delightful -
: .! destroy or impair the
rights of others, the trict Director Edward P. Sunday evening YORK- Eight set-
Judge concluded.' Ah r ens of the Immi- programs. We thank Mrs. tings of prayers in
gration and Naturali- Ursula Higgs her music praise of the Lou! will

State Appointment zation Service stated students, and the Adult be broadcast over the

that the annual alien choir for their fine ABC Radio network series.
A&M Director ddres- also J.D. Faniel
Given i fort program program Tiecjro College Choirs."
TALL 4H4gEF.F. -- Director usually causes a sharp and the Sunday School the first week in January -
: i ma of the Florida 44M rise in the number of for its outstanding The choir of six
: University Vocational- applicants for naturalization. program. Let us have member institutions of

YY > Technical Institute, M. more of these events in the United) Negro College

.f P. Thomas a 20-year The law requires all '64! Fund will present works
employe of the University aliens in the United The congregation has of composers from the
has been appointed States with few exceptions elected its elders dea- 18th to 20th centuries.

to membershipon to report cons, and trustees for The music will be interpreted -
8 the Florida State their addresses each the coming year. They by the choirs

January. Throughout the will be installed on of St. Augustine's Col-
Nicky Lee the first Sunday. Let
J United States almost lege. Raleigh N.C. :
thirty percent more applications us congratulate them
World's
Ho Ider of Fisk University Nashville -
Broadcasting Record for naturali- with out continued sup- Tenn.: Wil y COl-

226 Continuous Hours zation are received lege Marshall, Tex. :
during the months of port.WAME
as well r-s Morris F.ro't"D
To Air
January, February and
4 College Mordir-use Col-
.
March than are received
OB ClassicWAME lege, and Clark College,
Brother Ray Alfonso MozellItt" during other months. Mr.
all in Atlanta Ga. the
.., Ahrens attributes this will carry the
_ ;" will originate
program
.
'." sudden rise to the Alien 30th ainuttl Orange Bowl
ff; ; in New York City. Jan.
Address Report Program Classic in the Orange
l:''''' '*
Aliens not required to Bowl Stadium Wednesday
make this report are January 1. This year's
::f' "- 5.Happy
: diplomats those accredited Classic is between Auburn -
to certain international and Nebraska.The .
organi- gave will get under

zations and those who way at 1:30 p.m. with
PROF THOMAS hive entered temporarilyas Jim Gibbons doing play Holiday'sKIN

by play.
agricultural laborers.
Manpower Advisory Com-

mittee.Appointment to the post GihWsUPAULETTE

of statewide responsi- I

bility was made by Gov. .
Farris Bryant. In appointing '

Mr. Thomas to j

;.> the committee, the gover-

nor expressed confidencein U CHILDREN'S
i
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: > the Florida ASM pro-

.,,,- fessor' ability to !
-." 'con tr ib ute greatly ; SHOP i

Franklin Jordan Burkie i "TheKingBee Fred Hanna problems toward solving in Florida.manpower" !1 Wishes All Our i

1 Formerly a contractor Friends A I

tn Atlanta, Ga. Mr.
1It Thomas is a formerteachertrainer Happy New Year!

It in I From Infancy iTo
SEE AND HEAR THESE trades and industrial

education Department with of Education.the State Teen Age

f
Prior to coming to 138 N. MIAMI AYE.

he Florida taught AtM in University the public TELEPHONE FR 9-0435J

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Thousands Thronged, The Streets Packed The Bowl, To See Florida's I Greatest_.Spectacle. I
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Famed Rattlers Slate I 1 Woman Begins Chicago LeaderTo
Charge Welfare "Baby.
NEWS
r TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA

Worker With Helen," DiesTMPA. 3 Holiday Settos Fight AgainstExtradation Take New Post'

Fla. (ANP) CHICAGO -- (ANP) --
With BCC Wildcat Season Celebrants
Checks Fraud Funeral services were !I Holiday Paul Williams 34, director -

DETROIT (ANP) -- A held in Tampa last week TALLAHASSEE Florida p a t s S CLEVELAND (ANP) of finance in the

34-year-old social worker for a woman known to AtM University's cagers Mrs. Willie Mae Mallory city' Department of

who refused to testifyin thousands for her play the Bethune-O:>okman told the U.S. Supreme Urban Renewal is

her own behalf recently Joviality, her friend- College wildcats three Court in a new petition leaving Chicago soon to

on a charge of liness the special interest exhibition basketballgames filed last week that the accept a post with the

distributing fraudulent she took in during the holiday assassination of Presi- U.S. State Departmentit

welfare checks to five others, and her size. season. f dent John F. Kennedy has was disclosed, last

River Rouge recipients, Known to thousands, in The first of the three intensified feelings week.

last week was bound over and out of. show business games between the state A. against her in Monroe, He becomes the second

to the Wayne County Cir- as "Baby Helen," Tam- rivals will be playedin N.C. to the point where high Negro official to

cuit Court for trial. pays famous "fat lady Daytona Beach in the she night suffer bodily leave the city adminis-

She is Mrs Dorothy Mrs. Helen Jones 48. Richard V. Moore Gymnasium harm if she returned tration in the pas; two

Rutledge, who is also died of a heart attack. Thursday night there to stand trial on months to accept higher

accused of taking kickbacks When she died. Mrs. December 26, on the charges of kidnapping a appointment elsewhere.

from the recipients Jones weighed slightlymore "ildcats campus. The white couple.In Earlier. Samuel callers,

and who is cur- than 600 pounds. At two hardwood fives move her latest appeal, left the Urban Renewal

rently free on $1.000 on to vest Palm Bench which was filed
the height of her career a day department to accept
personal bond. Sh- had when she performed as for the final contest after the.high court the municipal planningpost

been employed with the the celebrated "Baby :Saturday:; night.In had turned down a pre- in Toronto,Ontairo.

Wayne County welfare Helen" she weighed 700 two games this season vious request for a Canada. Cullers complained -

agency for several years. pounds. A fairly tall the Rattlers split hearing. Mrs. Mallory that he was

I She waived examination woman 5 feet 9ft inches a home and awry series explained that the assassination being bypassed for a

before Municipal Judge her measurements were with the Albany State ALLEN ALUMNAE serve as hostesses at President and Mrs. H.E. Wright' annual Increased less experienced white

George Mihaiu of River 69-83-102. College Lions losing holiday reception for the faculty and staff. They are, left to right, Mrs. feelings against her be- official for a direc-

Rouge last week, and her According to friends the game in Albany. Leroy Fair, Mrs. L.P. Chappelle, B. Hurley, Mrs. Isabelle Miles and Mrs. M. cause the man implicatedwith tor's post in the renewal -

case was sent to Circuit Mrs. Jones wasn't 104-93 and reboundingat Hopkins. Mrs. Hurley (not an alumna) is an instructor at Allen. Dr. Wright, her in the alleged department.In .

Court for adjudication.River ashamed of her weight.It home with a 91-87 was formerly Psychology Department head at North Carolina College. kidnapping has fled to the State Depart-

Rouge is a Detroit made her famous untila victory. Cuba. ment, Williams will be-

Last Oct.suburb.31 Mrs. Rut- her heart to condition give up forced show play F\MU' January onens IAC 3. league 1064.! : Social Security FactsQ. Gifts For Their Majesties Administration come an International Officerof

ledge stood silently before business.Not against Benedict Col- the Bureau of Inter-
lege in Columbia. S. C. I wrote to your Baltimore headquarters for
Mihaiu while the my
content to be just national OrganizationAffai
rew rd. They said I was fully insured. Does this
charge was read againsther.
another fat lady with Floridian Works rs.Jury .
mean I will get $127 a month at age 65?
the Harlem-in-Havana
A. No, it does not. But it does mean that you've Believes
One of the five recipients Show and later with With Peace Corps
stated that he once her show Mrs. Jones already worled long enough to be sure of month])'
Albert Boston. 31. a
payments when you're old enough to get them Leaders Can
reminded Mrs. Rutledgethat tirelessly performed as 195"* graduate of Florida
Your average earningsthe amount of self-
he was no longer en- a singer, taught crea- fl& University works us wages or
employment incomeor both) you have on your record .. End StrifeST
titled to receive aid tive dancing to young agricultural exten-
an will he used to figure out the amount of
checks. He said Mrs. show business aspirantsand your
worker at
sion a govern- monthly check.A. AUGUSTINE Meeting
Rutlodge veteran of 'the life of
a was
ment-owned
experimental here this week the St.
I'm a 63 old school
year teacher.
Every summer
the military forces told any ground .around her. center in r rrrus. I get one or two checks during vacation. Will Johns grand jury in its
him that she was his wel- After the heart condi- whose' specialty my
Boston concluded that
check be more when I quit at 65? findings
fare officer and knew how tion forced her retirement is
is hog breeding, pictured seemingly irresponsible
A. Yes the checks
; get must be
you now reduced for
to handle the settled
Jones
matter. Mrs.
as he and some of leadership of the NAACP
the full number of months between the month
you
down at her residence on
and Ku Klux Klan was responsible -
Hospital Drops 22nd Street with her signed' up to start your checks and the month you
for the break-
reach 65. At age 65, your check will he reduced
Racial BiasST. husband.who once worked Leopold with Jones her only for the number of months you actually got a .:j dowi of racial communications -
violence and the
LOUIS. MO. --The in show business. She payment between age 62 and 65. So you can look
National Association for remained jovial friendly M forward to a somewhat larger monthly payment after ; 'J one death which has oc-
65. cured here during the
the Advancement of Colored --and continued to encourage age .

People achieved a those who soughta Q. I'm a farmer and never made enough to pay income __ past Meeting several at the months.sugges-

nother victory recently, foothold on the ladder taxes. So I have never paid any social se- tion of Circuit Judge
to lower show busi curity. Since I will be 62 next year, what shouldI
in its fight of success in Robert Wingfield who
do: ?
bias bar in hospitals, ness. setup the investigativegroup
\! A. You will need 16 quarters (4 years) of work
when officials of the In the words of one # last November

Pike County Hospital who knew her well: "She ., .: credit under social security. Your best bet is to the body, in its presentment -
;
: A of lovely college
QUEENS ADMIRE GIFTS- pair
get up your records for the back and
Louisiana, Mo., agreed was like a mother to all ._ years pay up stated. "Much
'l iK admire the dainty gold orchid pins pre-
your past due social queens
security. You
racial of She was just the '. '. can get up to racial
end us.
to segr ..e. unrest bas
sented ti them during. the 1963 Orange Blossom
I :1 3 back credit
: if do
years this
gutit of patients and end when it came to !.; iJjP you now. Then with Classic by Charles J. (Chuck) Smitti III for Royal existed in the city of
next
employees. making others happy. ,e::. .!-. i year's income, you will have enough work Crown Cola. Apparently enthralled with their St. Augustine and St.
with "It won'tbe credit to get monthly checks. Otherwise, youcan't Johns
agreed
After a conference Many ALBFfcT BOSTON lovely giftsMiss Barbara Williams (Jacksonville) County for several
of the the around 2039 get anything at 62. months,
in
same culminating
representatives the and Miss shears,
Cypriot workers on "Miss FAMU" left, Jacqueline
Pike County NAACP branch Street with Baby Helen the death of one young
Belafonte
Restaurant SingsAt and
the farM motch the ears Owner "Miss Morgan State'examine the delicate 1
led by Mrs. MargaretBush gone. of young pigs for attractive corsnt pins. (photo by Fillyau) man and a partial com-
Wilson, presidentof Kenya Fete munications breakdown
identification purposes. Freed In SlayingA ---

the NAACP Missouri r A pair of clean white One of nearly 7.000 NAIROBI KENYA-(ANP- A&M Staffer Gets DoctorateStudies between the races.

State Organization, the gloves makes a woman- Peace Corps Volunteersnow verdict of justifiable American singer Harry The grand Jury went on

hospital adminislmtorsuit of any age from 3 on up- serving in 46 na- homicide was ruled in Belafonte gave two con- CHARLOTTESVILLE. Va. Textbook Con- to report that the Negroes' -
equal treatment feel like a lady and The degree of Doctor of tent. grievances were
tions of the world, favor of a restaurant certs here last week in
patients would begin immediately therefore look like a Boston earned his B. S. owner who had been conection with Kenya'sindependence Education in psychologywas A native of Harrison- placed upon the shoul-

and desegregation lady. So, whether your do ret.t Florida A&M charged with murder in celebra conferred here recently burg, Va. Dr. Awkardwas ders of two leaders who

of the dining white gloves are leatheror University in animal the fatal shooting of a tion. A former British by the Universityof educated in the they believed used bad

rouii-! upon rw'eling' involving fabric do suds them husbandry and biological man who entered his territory, Kenya obtained Virginia upon Joseph public schools of that judgement and methodsin

the removal of out after every wearing. science. place of business on its Independence Cyrus Awkard Jr. head city and upon graduation presenting said grie-

9 wall. Quads Feature December 5. nn Thursday Dec. 12. of the Psychology Department became the first Negroto vances to local of-

Following the prelimi- Belafonte, who shared at Florida A&M receive a scholarshipfrom ficials.

Press ConferenceCHICAGO nary hearing in Peace the stage with African the local chapter This the body continued -

Y f-, -} I PersonalVALUE (ANP) The Justice Sarah Bryan's songstress Miriam Makeba, of Rotary International. brought about

famous Harris quadru- Court Huber Fleming. 53 whom he first introducedto After his graduationand the Impasse in racial

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TP j Denson Okays


SPORTING1.tANGELS CIT 2 Bowl Bids

TALLAHASSEE Alfred

Denson All-American end

DID WAGNER A..AVOR BY TRADING HIM at Florida A&ll University -

r By Charles J. Livingston has accepted invita-

9 CHICAGO--(ANP)--There cornea a Un in the life tions to play in the a
of many a ballplayer when he yearns to be tradedto South West Challenge
another ClUb. The reasons Bay be different but Bowl and the AllAmerican -

the desire is just as compelling. I believe Leon Bowl.
f Wagner of the Los Angeles entertained such a hope The All-American Bowl

last season. He wanted to be put on the auction will be played in Tucson ... -
block. Ariz., December 28 SIAC ENDS 50TH ANNIVERSARY OBSRVANCE-'lbe: Southern Intercol-
.president, Dr. J.J. Dennis, also of Clark Dr. F.L. Jackson director -
Therefore the announcement last week that the and the South West Challenge legiate Athletic Conference ended its 50th anniversary obser- of Athletics Tuskegee Institute Ala. and Paul E. X.
Angels had peddled him to Cleveland in exchange Bowl will be vance recently by honoring four of the sixteen members of the Brows Atlanta Bottling Company representative. In center photo

for pitcher Barry. Latman and player to delivered conference at a banquet In Atlanta, Ga. An Atlanta bottling company Moss H. Kendrix, whose Atlanta-Washington. D.C., based public

late Bust have been welcome news to him wA I hosted the banquet at which citations were given to Clark relations firm represents sponsors, stands in with B.T. Harv ;r,

I have several reasons for sensing Wagner's elation College and Morris Brown College, Atlanta, Florida Mil University center, STAC commissioner and veteran sports leader and J.R.E.
rmeaaaa
over the trade. + & ?a I Tallahassee, and Tuskegee Institute, Alabama, charter Lee Jr. Fla. MM vice president and founder of the famous

First of all, it relieved him of a terrible bur- Sf:3: members of the conference having held continuous membership in Orange Blossom Classic who received citation for the Tallahassee -

den. Secondly he was moving to a acre congenial the organization since 1913. Key participants in the program are institution, in next photo from left. Dr. Brawley, Dr.
atmosphere far fans is concerned.And seen above. From left, they are Coach William T. Greene, Morris .
as as support .' Jackson A.J. Lockhart, Morris Brown director of athletics, and
finally at Cleveland he will have several !.:- ;., ;. Brown College, toastmaster for the dinner Dr. J.P. Brawley Mr. Lee Display the citations awarded their respective insti

plus-factors in his favor. president, Clark College speaker of the evening, retiring SIAC tutions.
Since making his major league debut with the then -
fledging Angels in 1961. Wagner has virtually \,;;, > ;":"- 2 Women Lawmakers Pay TributeTo Tiger Sharks Clay Visits Kegee Campus .
carried the ball club on his back. An alumnus of
the Giants organization, where the accent is on i: Mississippi Woman Editor Win TUSKEGFE. Ala. (W" ) According to a spokesman -

power. Leon came to Los Angeles with a high rep- WA31INGTON-(ANP)-Two lady lawmakers last week, Opening Heavyweight contender at the institute ,
utation in every way until last season when he joined in a congressional tribute to a Mississippiwoman Cassius Clay of Louisville Clay, unbeaten during
fell victim to the huge dimensions of Chavez editor who has shown tenancious courage in Tank Session paid a visit to ais brief pro* career,

Ravine, the Dodder-owned. Angle-leased hone park. clinging to the highest ideals of her professionin NASHVILLE -- Coach Tom Tuskegee Institute last was to have attended a
With opposing pitchers concentrating on Wagner AL OF Nl ON: spite of segregationists threats and boycotts. "Friend"' Hughes' week, where he was guestof special Christmas tree-

his homerun bat was practically silenced in the played in Corpus Christi me editor Is 47-year- ...................... Tigersharks opened their honor at a basketballgame. lighting ceremony at the
big park into which the Angels had moved. But Texas January 4. old Hazel Brannon Smith trough Hazel's Eyes"Mrs. seven-meet swimming Hospital here

neither he nor his supporters could explain thisto Denson signed a profes- who publishes the Lex- Smith called the schedule by flutter-

the satisfaction of the homer loving home fans. sional football contract ington Advertiser and campaign a "shamefuland kicking Tuskegee Insti- Top CIAA Scorer

To them, it made little difference that Wagner with the Denver Broncosof Durant News, two week- dishonorable appealto tute tanksmen 58-37 iew tewaa'weMe,+r -,?,\
\ was hitting lustily on the road. They wanted home- the american Football lies in Holmes County racial fear and pre- Saturday afternoon in t 1

run action at home. As a result Wagner became League after the Miss. judice.Mrs. Tennessee State Uni-
sensitive to the unjust criticisms.He must have Rattlers had downed the For nine years, Mrs. SUi th. s paper once ve rsi ty. s pool.

developed the feeling that the home fans did nct Morgan State College faith has been the tar- printed the legal accountof Sophomore John Swindle

appreciate him. Bears in the 31st Orange get of unyielding segre- the county super. paced the Tigersharks
Ask any ballplayer and he will tell you that the Blossom Classic in gationists and the white visors for a $60 contracfor splashing first place in

one thing he strives for almost above all else, Miami last week. The citizens council for her two years. The rival both the 160-yard individual -
is the support of local fans. He hates -- almost Rattler end was also insistence on moderationand paper won the two year medley and the
fears -- antagonism of the rail birds.They rode drafted by the Philly justice in racial contract with a bid of 200-yard breaststrokeas

Wagner unmercifully.Soon Eagles of the NFL. matters.In one cent. Tennessee State swept
Wagner began dropping little hints that he He led the Rattlers in 1954Sheriff RichardF. Mrs. Smith continuedher 3 of the 11-event dual .

yearned for friendlier surroundings. He talked pass receiving and was Byrd sued her for how fight, however. She meet.
about the size of the Chavez park and began rationalizing criticized the use of ,
third in scoring. He is: printed account of her Coach Hughes' Walton
that he was doing more than his share from Jacksonville and he ordered a Negro to Jackson police dogs to Boys (no relation) Ju- AY "
for the club. He didn't say these things outright. disperse Negroes pro-
majored in physical edu- move on and then shot lian and William paddedthe "
Few ballplayers do. But he kept dropping hints. testing segregation at ,
cation at Florida A&M. him In the leg. The Mis- Tigersb arks' win. M
Apparently, the Angels brass finally got the message the State Fair in 1961. ,
Denson Is the first sissippi Supreme Court They each won a first
although they no douFt were influenced by She has won awards by
Rattler to play in the ruled her story was accurate place, were first and
other factors in letting Wagner go. Yet it's hard the National Editorial .. -
second in the 100-yard
South West ChallengeBowl. and reversed a .
to see the prudence of letting Leon go ,for the Association MississippiPress -
Center Curt Miranda court verdict of $10.000 freestyle and made up HEADED FOR ORANGE BOWL--Oliver Dobbins of ..orglu'
wavering Latman and an unknown package. and halfbacks against her. Association and half of the winning 400- State Florida ASMs Orange Blossom Classic foe
But I won't quarrel with the Angt-ls brass-- and I Theta Sigma Phi pro-
Clarence Childs and Bob Five years ago the yard freestyle relay Dec. 14 in Miami's Orange Bowl, was rated the
am sure Leon won't ei.ther--for trading Wagner fessional journalism
Paremore of the Rattlers white citizens council team. Central Intercollegiate Conference's top rated
They actually did him a favor. He will be playing sorority.The .
have played In the All- founded a rival weekly player this year. Halfback Dobbins a 185-ponnder
with a team that will offer him more opportunities. story of Mrs. Snith
from
American Bowl. newspaper the Holmes West Philadelphia, scored 84-points to lead
He'll also have morn lulp at the plate and in the was called to the at Season'sGreetings the
County Herald, that opposition this year.
field. When the pressure mounts, for instance.be happynew urged subscribors and tention of Congress by The award wasn't only based upon athletic ability
can count on such hitters as Woody Held and Willie two women members from .but
advertisers to boycottMrs. scholarship and character as we11.CLARKSMEATS.
Kirkland to help take the pressure off him. Smith's paper.In Oregon, Sen. MaurineB. I I
Also, Wagner will find the fans in Cleveland more year her weekly column Neuberger (D.Ore. ) and WATCH THIS
understandable and less hostile. After all, pen- Rep.Edith Green (D.Ore.) CLOWN
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nant winning teams are not new to Clevelanders.And Church Completes Historic Projects 78-47-59
Leon won't have to hit tape measure homers in
63 617
Cleveland Stadium. 92J

These are the plus-factors in his faro r. J 3
CHICAGO-(AMP)--Santa Claws is supposed to be a 2 6 1510 SAN MARCO 1607 UNIVERSITY IN LAKEWOOD

benevolent guy, but he was far from generous toward a.,. 7 5o Lakewood Store Open Suo. 9 3.m.7p.m.- .
dethroned middleweight' Dick Tigerof 2
CLARK'S TENDER TASTY
Nigeria last week. But really nowcan we .
;%. 540 89 14
blame Banta 96 e319e's 16 CHOPPED 5 $ 1 oo
Naughty kids -- and grown-ups, too -- are supposed .-- bo eti' UU
to incur the disfavor of the bearded-successor \ : Soaetiies He's down SIRLOINS 4sTEAs

of St. Nicholas. Dick wasn't naughty. He c He adds subtractsHe

was Just wayward in his actions.But Santa despised works!t all around Be sure to see BIOGRAPHY every Wed. Night on Channel 4

that too.Fibl1nttively. COMING ATTKACTIONS
sepaking. Tiger entered into a stu- 45-75-33 at 7 p.m.-Educational and Entertslnlne

pid agreement which must have scared Santa away. r } .................
For though Dick was well compensated financially, t WHEN YOU ARE ILL
:
he lost his most treasured possession--his boxing t Man's Days

crown. Are Numbered"Man's You Seek The Best Doctor
The boner the Tiger pulled was to fight chal- When Your Doctor PrescribesGet

lenger Joey Giardello under a highly critical 1 Days are Num- Experl iced Pharmacists
boxing arrangement borrowed from the British.Not 1 bered" Health and For-
; .According to Your Doctors
only did he risk his title against a man who tune Can Be Yours When .
had previously extended him on two occasions, in 1 You Know Your Lucky Dr. C. F. BlackProprietor OrdersWe Use Unly The Best

the challenger's home state(Giardello owns a home : Days,. Lucky Colors Etc. Quality Drugs
in perry Hills N.J.) in Atlantic N.J.but Tiger Send $2.00 for your
gambled even further. He agreed to the referee as Horoscope Guide for
} 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE TOU -
the only judge. One-man judging is the rule in 3?{ 4 JANUARY
Britain. The American way is to use the referee .? S Fill in the blank below A COUPLET LINE OF
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and two Judges. Tiger and Giardello were fighting and mail to ZODIAC, Post Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candles Sundries
Office Box 561, Jacksonville -
in America.
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOB AND DELIVERLilly's -
It is hard tc see why Tiger agreed to these provisions 1, Florida.
which certainly dicto't way in his favor NAME

but in Giardello'; and why he gambled so reck- STREET Drugstore


DATE OF BUm 1907 KINGS ROAD EL
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Edward Waters CollegeBASKETBALL

ST. JOHN'S BURNS MORTGAGEThe burning of the $41,000 morttage on a church edi-

fice with a present value of $100,000 by a congregation. The church started in
1952 with 12 members and undertook the mortgage less than five years ago. It

Gardner C. Taylor, V.P. at Largeof
was hailed as a fantastic achievement by Dr.
thTti. the National Progressive Baptist Convention, and Dr. Sandy F. Ray Empire
State Missionary Baptist Convention Pres. The high point of the drama of St.

John's Baptist Church, 480 Bainbridge St. Brooklyn (shown above) was wit- 4t f R r
nessed by more than members and church and community leaders. Left to right
are Church Treas. Edward Jaudon; Deacon Bd. Chr. J.P. Holmes and the Rev. F.

Arthur Reed pastor, who halls from St. Louis Mo. Pope Photo

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We First Negro -- -

Speaker Awardee
thank TIG
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you Star cen terf ield.er
for Willie Mays of the. San SCHEDULE
your m
Francisco Giants last
support.COCKY'S week was named the

fourth winner of the every ha. 8 Sooth Carolina A.T. Jacksonville

Tris Speaker Award, becoming -
the first Negro tingling Ian. 16 Albany State College 'Jacksonville

SHOP BARBER to be so honored. Jan, 11 Allen Universal Jacksonville
COFFEE COCXY'S Mays will be honored at ime

95S Flerida I ntH' I BEAUTY SHOP the fourth annual Hou-
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the general public. dress prior to the award- Wayne Hardin, who 5eld League in November. of vertislng Dances Ball
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