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Florida star news
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Jacksonville Fla
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January 14, 1961
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"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Parents Of School Children, Wake Up! Religious Leader Shot 8-Year Old Allegedly

This Could Be Your Child By Jax Police OfficerA Tortured By Parents .

Thursday, January 5 Barbara Johnson, a senior at the Stanton Vocational prominent Jax The parents of an. 8-year old girl were arrested
High School was struck by a motorist as she. attempted to cross deacon was shot by an by Duval Deputy.Sheriff Robert Stringer
I Broad Street near the school entrance. The motorist stated that the investigating patrolman for brutal mistreatment of the child which is
Johnson girl stepped from behind a parked car and started across the who reported that now listed as in critical condition in Duval
he had'b een 'called to ."'"_..3J __ .
street. ieuical uent-er.
Several witnesses stated that the .car ran through a red light and was the mans home to Investigate F 1 The parentsJohn and the the juvenile sheriff's divisionof department

I traveling at a high rate of speed when the girl was struck.The impact a domestic Mattie Pickens of 8230 said. -
knocked the girl several feet into the air. ctures showed skid marks disturbance _Shrike Avenuewere
over twenty feet in length where. driver attempted tQ.apply'brakes.Regardless .Youndedby\a piS t ofwound"ithe .r placed in county jail In what appeared to
'oifwhetheF the girl of the motorist was right or wrong, left side S. under $5,000 bonds be an unprecedentedaction
there is negligence on the part of city traffic officials.Even though' and still under the each on charges of ,Juvenile Court

the school is bounded by four busy streets, there are no school zone attention of ,a doctoris contributing to the Judge Ia.mar'linegeart
Cecil, :Louis; well- Jr. visited the hospital -
signs of any type. Several years ago when the present New Stanton was delinquency of a monor.According
located in the building, signs and street markers were -in place.How 'known church'worker to Sheriff to inspect the
ever since 1956 when high school students again enrolled in the Vocational who resides with. hiDeacon Cecil. Lo- is'wife Stringer, the child's child before issuingan
School program, there have been no markers. There have been Eula at 278 Watts torture,allegedlly:inflicted arrest order for
Aid the child's .
several near accidents involving students crossing the streets.A member Street. Tennesse'sFreedom over a periodof parents.The
of the school staff informed a STAR representative that many Patrolman J.F.Lilian, Villiage time by its parents couple other
motorists ignore' the fire drill markers and speed through the zone who pistol shot the I included: pulling out seven childrenall of

even when red flags are displayed. deacon during a strug- New York- Emergency of the child's toe- whoa were reported to
f J' For several years the STAR has urged that police patrolmen or other gle with Louis,he felt Relief Coranittees for nails with a pair of be in a healthy condition -

.'. law enforcement officers be placed at dangerous crossings near Negro a knife in t he nan's Fayette and Haywood pliers, a compou nd by authorities,
\ f schools. It may be noted that officers are on duty near the majority pocket. Lunan further Counties have been fracture of her right were placed in thChildren's .

of white schools. At one time police officials claimed that a shortageof stated hat after formed in Los Angeles, arm which through being DependentHome.
men would not allow them to place protection near the Negro schools. falling to the floor, St.LouisNew YorkCity untreatedhad left
V A notable danger spot is the corner of 8th and Davis. At this point he whipped out his Chicago and Lexngtort'pistol ( her ana in a semi- Dr. Rendion Luciano,
'students from three schools cross the busy intersection.Traffic flows and fired, Kentucky b y CORE paralyzed condition; informed Stringer that
71 from the Expressway exit and from four directions.It is only a miracleI ,striking Louis in the groups. burns on her toes and the child! was not

that there have not been any serious accidents on the corner. One left side. Chicago CORE has alLou3shas feet, and bruises and breathing when admitted -

. ,; school guard and several elementary school safety. patrolmen patrol been chard ready sent more than whip marks which evi- to the hospitalbut
the with disorderly c o that he immediately -
corner. n100,000 pounds of food dently resulted from
.* Students fran two schools pass the busy corner of 45th and Moncrief duct and fighting.The and clothing by eight severe beatings.Stringer ordered it to be
Road. Again only elementary school boy patrolmen are on duty. County wellknown r e lig i ous trucks and an airplane also reported placed in an oxygen

.i road patrolmen are assigned to less populus intersections in the white worker is said to be to Tennessee tannin that the child'3face tent.
school ;improved condition. who have In addition to the
zones. ers dared to was a mass of
I f the STAR urges all parents to ask for protection around the school ,. -H. Burney'register' and vote. bruisesher eyes were carks of torture and

J zones, this picture could be YOUR child. Other, groups have sent swollen shuther rightear brutalityinflicted: on
-. I bruised the child's body, she
'V' Head truckloads of supplies and swol-
21 Tallahasseans Win POLICE REPORTSWOMAN New to meet the critical len and that a two- was also reported suf-
The toes Weldon Branch need for children'sclothingblankets inch deep wound on her fering from pneumonia

Car Pool Suit Reversal STABS MEN YWCA has announced the and left shin. and malnutrition.
: Stringer is also reported -
I N CAFE FIGHT election of I.H.Burney food. The child was broughtto
IIto the chairmanship More than 40 families as saying that
Tallahassee Circuit Judge Hugh Taylor threw A 25-year-old man was the medical center the child rrlooks likea
I of the Branch. The newhave been vi ted
out illegal car pool charges in which 21-Tal- cut and stabbed duringan e c by her parents who refused victim of a concen-
chairman has been acfrem their homes.Most
lahassee Negroes were convicted during the 1956 with to give an account "
argument a woman tration camp.
tive i n a number o f have doubled with
boycott of city bus lines, it has been_ report last Sunday,police up of the reasons Trial for the child's
civic organizations in neighbors but seethe
ed.In the city"ordinance, reported. city and state and have been forced into for her condition, parents, scheduled.

demanding integrated ther stating that the Wilbur Kelleyo f 746 served as finance char tents of" Freedom Stringer, who_.. heads for. Friday morning. _
'seating, the'Negroes ordinance required a. W.Kbnroe Street was cut man of the Branch for Village where they 1 .!: --- -- -- -
organized the; license, for' vehicles and stabbed in a tight .1960. have only the most :- .- '.
Inter Civic Council; operated for hire as abusiness. with a woman In a cafe At the regular meeting primitive sanitaryof ,

which transported boycotters ....:." a s a at 506 Da vi s Street, the Board o f Mana- facilities.1beFederal -
through use of. means of livelihood police were told by the Mr. Courts : -f
f theyaltyui4e ,gers Burney expressed are now considering i.44r;
a car pool during for profit, actual of victim. He was treatedat his thanks to those an attempt 1',NI '

i strike. anticipated." Duval Medical Center who intrusted the leadership to evict hundreds of f : __ :
Officials and membersof Judge Rudd also ordered Police said he was unable t o him and additional families: I f( .t-. _-p
the council. were Johnny 'Herndonand t o ,give descrip- pledged his full
charged with illegal'operation Leonard Speed released tion of the.r roaan. -port to the development supKnife Wielders
of the &r t.
from jail. Both MAN FRACTURES ANKLE of the program. Arrested In Tampa -x:
pool transporting
men had served a few
JUMPING FRCH POLICE A meeting was held .
passengers without a days of their sentence TAHPA-Polifle arrested
the top leaders4 In the
city license. Facing after man and woaan Here k
jf having been Charles.Hall,75of 502 Metropolitan YMCA t o
!trial before City found guilty of vio- Pippin Street suffered discuss future development Saturday for the aggravated .
'A'Judge John Rudd, the lating a busseatqassigbMnt assault on a .xsr
',f a possible fracture o f of t h.8 Branch.. .
boycotters were found law adoptedby ... Hcer ThCBU 2106
the left ankle last Saturday Chairman Barney appointed -
guilty and were leviedSines the city during the when h e jiaped Anthony 'Kenon, 1020t Street who wsallegedly j
totaling X1,004 boycott, t maintain attacked by
o from a two story window cal contractor as co- ----- -
; In overthrowing the segregated bus seating police. reported. chairm&n of the -BCA's the pair TORTURE VICTIM Patricia Ann Pick ns who issYffering
lower court's decision Taken Into custody from malnutrition a fractured
The victim was In a extensioncomittee ana,
fJudge Taylor ruled r RaY.w... horn -wfeicfc Malice which-, will map plans were Gordon Sapp 39, pulled toe-nails, cigarette burns. cuts and
;, Dec. 30 thatthe car .... fiiIII... were raiding foialleged for the future bUildot 3503 27th St. lad bruises about the face and body is shown here
.h; 1 pool had.not violated: 11 ....,i.e.. its program of the Yl+ :A.Doreth7 Hltcbell,28, as she lay In Duval Medical CenterNegro -..

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IHI ::FIORIDA STAR .. "/- \ :t \ '. ::W '". "Politics As. Usual ,

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J'" .. :..' MAIN .OFFICB a PLANT ..,;...;, ON,THE RAMPAGE!! ,
ms'Moncrfef ",.I'. 1> :". meeting of the NAACP ,this week
... ; :,:. were cautioned
--"S.4.'f -'- '. ; by the Association's xecutive Secretary, Roy

Mailing Address i: f:. Wilkins, "to take a go'od look at any plan to
.' P. .0. Box _561, Jacksonville 1,. Florida :" .. -' abolish the ElectoralIn Eric (t. Simpson .'..............................Edlto' "' 1 *. : ; his annual report

C, Parham Johnson'."....' ..................News.Staff f' reviewing trends and demand action insteadof

.1II1da Woolen '...........,Circulation Dipt } 4fI ": vedelopnents in race. findings and dec-
relations during 1960 larations."

Member of, Associated Negro Press Mr.Willins warnedthat The NAACP leader

SUBSCRIPTION BATES '.--=- 'Yi : ";: t "in the past such efforts cited theappoint

One, Year, $ .OO; Half Tear, *.00;- Three Months, $L80 < j have been designed .. -
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i Anywhere In The I to cut down'the z ment o f

Subscriptions Payable In Advance. Send Checks or Money Orders To: .- ". '41: :- 11Lk3 NL'iy4j"fqr # '...... ., voting strength of Robert C.
FLORIDA 81'AB-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA :; ,: ; : Negro citizens in laxge Weaver, he
/ iKK.l ) l- ::{.: : : Northern cities. 'Association' -

"Any proposal for
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EDITORIAL OF THE WEEKNOTE .,., change must be fair nationalboard

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,disfranchised Negro ,...,; ".. :/ chairman,
: The following editorial appeared a : 'TAA i r. fJ 7 1 citizens in the South') ..r::of..; i asadministratorof
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Mississippi daily after Clyde Kenn- r
newspaper he declared. Ffln:1 &"tif; *
ard, a young Negro poultryman who had appliedto I -
j'i "The 1960
the Housing
Mississippi Southern University, was sentenced ,. :: year must -
r be set down as the one and Home Finance
to seven years at hard labor.It was alleged -
in which the civil
r Agency as signaling"unmistakably
that Kennard had planned the theft of
rights issue moved into themood
five sacks of' chicken feed valued at $25. Med- -
: ___ vQ QV' the sharpest focus of Presidentelect
gar Evers, NAACP field secretary fcr Mississippi _____ r since World
Ill F.
John Kennedy on
criticized the given Kennard.
: heavy penalty
Mr. Wilkins said and civil '
For this, Evers was sentenced to 30 days in

jail and a fine of $100 for contempt of court: -' WILL THE NEW 'AD ADMINISTARTION; MEET THE CHALLENGE? national suggested and that inter-"both "If the in Weaver all its appointment -

national i n t e rests significance is an
indication of the
temper -
'- and direction of

we preserve our heritage and continue as \ T : Your Weekly the administration

free men we must face up to our problems; recognize on the legislative as i

them for what they are; discuss-them- .
well-as the executive
honestly, frankly, forthrightly.Under .
our American concept the richthe poor; level then lively and
conformist y exciting years are ahead -
the literate, the illiterate; the .
the non-conformist-all are entitled to freedomof WHICH ARE YOUR. LUCKY DAYS FOR .' ,"Mr.Wilkins said.

speech. The "irood for move-

In the contempt trial of Medgar Evers in Hatt- .US!NESS LOVE TRAVEL mcnt"by Negroes toward

ieburg, Jimmy Finch, district attorney, said justice and equality
that people should "stop and think before we, \ was reflected %) \AACP;

pop off and speak out against the courts tha Aries activities during 1960
guarantee our freedom." S the Ass o cia tion's i

This is the direct antithesis of what Gov.Ross :Born March 21st thru April 19th Eorh July!- 23rd thru Aug. 22nd Sagittarius chief executive stated.He .

Barnett has been telling our. people. He says Widen your horizon. No matter which I 23rd. thru D.c.1 210. praised the NAACP
that the judicial pattern of today is a threatto tidge forward. You should find a favor- way you turn, you may not be able Jo : ipn Not. voter registrationcampaign
the freedom childin able climate in which to promote your escape the responsibilities which have Keep adding. The forward movement cannot begun in 1957
of every man, woman and career or professional interests right after been shifted over to your shoulders. It be continuous, and it may be advis- and stepped up during
America .the 16th. But this will not prevent certain may help to refine and organize your ,able for you to pause and consolidate the 1960.
interests from placing pitfalls in your I activities to establish simpler procedures gains made to date. The cycle that is I
;. path when they believe that they can and devise short cuts. Do not belittle the just beginning (late 16th) also encompasses I "The NAACP is proud,"

profits your expense. You will have to, I ability of others to give you a welcomelift earnings, outgo and your more Tie said, "that its

Our speaker of the house, Walter Sillers, an read the fine print, or even between the when the going gets heavy (18th). valuable possessions. This indicates college youth memberswere
lines, if you are conducting financial A domestic or partnership problem could ,further that you can make additional among the four
eminent '
attorney, has warned repeatedly that :negotiations, and are induced to affix your result in confusion, if it is not solved headway when you continue to operate who made in1960s
our people should guard against the intrusionof 'signature (21st). There are continuing with your usual decisiveness and sense along the modest lines that have proven history
the courts upon the individual liberties of signs that you can work with2y30441673456 of fair play (20th). "most successful in the past. Let no one first sitinin
our people. this warning he is joined by Joe lead you to believe that there are short GreensboroN.C. on
1-90-88-15-67-291 CUtS.; Feb. 1."
Patterson, our state attorney generalthe Cit- 1-44-80-74-13.331
izens Councilmany other trusted officials and 1 He further statedit

editors of our state. was the attack wit:

jl The purpose of the courts is to guarantee our S Taurus tear gas and the ar''In

freedom. But we should not forget that the rest and mistreatmentof

courts can ,be the means of depriving men o f -Born April: 20th thru May 20th VirgoKern : Capricorn 300 NAACP youth

their freedom.In I demonstrators by
ferject plans. You should be fully
your Aug. 23rd thru Sip, 2ncl .
Europe's recent history, courts became with the Orangeburg S. C.
many prepared to proceed projects you You! come' first. The that ,
agencies of tyranny. Within the past 24 months, save initiated, as long as you have taken Seek excitement. The cycle that is intro- modesty dictates that an individual argument should last larch that
just 90 miles off the coast of Florida, the die necessary steps heretofore to clear duced late on the 16th is one that is ,practice self-effacement is not necessarilyvalid launched "our racial
that creative and romantic above all else. You
all the doubts and obstacles
world has seen what can happen when the courts away would in all cases. AH the signs indicate defense policy of
stood in the Much still remains to extract considerable enjoyment and
make political prisoners of men wh o refuse to way. excitement that you should take the reins in your I withholding retail
be done before you taste the fruits of accomplishment I by giving in to your more hands and become leader in
a only
conform.In but the moment neyerthe- enthusiastic impulses, and following trade fran stores with
I but in fact. This shock
Mississippi. today we find our highest officials less, may not be devoid of pleasure. It is .wherever they are disposed to lead you. others appearance to some extent, but it may will be discriminatory poli
our governor, our two United States a recognized fact that anticipation is often 'New talents may be uncovered, and the to each Capricornian to decide whether up cies."
senators leaders criticism more pleasurable than the actual event, I 'stage set for romantic adventures. You is Since mid-summerthe
our legislative voicing destiny now issuing the orders, or not,
for are not likely to along with this view
and should test this go ,
of the courts.And we have the example ofa self you when the circumstances theory permit your- ,due to the doubts and confusion. that per- and to take the steps they deem necessaryto Association, throughits
Negro sentenced to 30 days in jail and a fine (20th) sists from the:6th thru 21st. seek personal fulfillment. The 20th- Memphis branch,

I of $100 because he, too, criticized a court. 5-" 6.70-99-57-18-917 i wise.21st are not verY favor h1e days, money- supplied food and

2.55.4O13-92 622 5 i 1-80-77-15-65-689, clothing andrecentlytents
; to persecuted

iI i I sharecroppers who

We are not so naive as not to know that thou- Libralorn iI.I dared to register and

sands of our fellow Hississippians have aPplauded lorn .23rd thru Oct; 23rd I. Aquarius vote in Fayette County
Judge Stanton Hall for sentencing this Have no- ear. Contradictory forces may Tenn.,.Wilkins re-
Negro representative of the NAACP for contempt May 2.1st1hru June 21*T make you feel as if the bottom has ; iOmJan: 20th thru Feb. 18th ported.

of court. Prepare the ground. It could be several dropped from under you on one day, and t Camouflage your aims. Others do not Commenting on school
f V months before collect the as 'i if you are being transported on a cloudon always recognize your good intentions, desegregation the As'sociation ;
1!''of you I another. These are extremes that can I ;and it maybe useless to try and convince
your endeavors and- manipulations. keep.you off balance, and it would be.most f them when they are prejudiced and ob- 's Secretary
; Letters to L i.[fIbis should not stop you from doing beneficial if you can find the form st nate. You know exactly what you want declared that four
that is in
i {everything favorable situations your and power to to make exploit ula to avoid either of them. Your con- I I put of life, and it will help you to obtain little Negro girls
structive endeavors should be yielding t it; to remain silent about the exact natureof
;the connections you deem necessary for results thru the 20th. But ambitions, and the methods ,
good guard your you
the Editor ultimate
:[ success. You could be inclined entering newly-inte-
against the negative forces that may !be expect to employ to realize them (16th-
ito slide into a mood of futility and frus-
'grated schools in New
and friend
trying to disturb your emotional stabilityon 21st) Your best ally maybe
i t Itration, on the 21st, but should.
you snap the 21st.9100111765482: your pocketbook, and you would do Orleans, upset the
'put takes of it as quickly as possible' beforeit .well to concentrate on filling it, and keep- whole white race in

: 1I 1 a strangle-hold on you. .ing it out of the reach of greedy. hands' the State of Louisiana"

To Whoa It May Concern: 3-68-30-89-17-554 I *'21st. ). 9-80-99-12-76-331. and observed that

A lot of people don't get a chance to play Louisiana,"throtWtits

golf often They, can .only go out and play Cancer Scorpio S shameful performance ,
I'j probably on holidays, and would like very much Pisces may have speeded school I
to enjoy their outing. But alas; they have to tarn JUM 22nd thru July 22nd lent Oct.24th thru H.v 22ml desegregation by awakening -

: get behind* -seven-some who, after finishingthe ;Dun tare a chance. Temptation may :Move around.'Daily developments darn M. 19th thru March 20th the countryto

hale have to stand on the green and count ,use devious ways to make You succumb necessitate considerable travel for may the Shed handicaps.'You are well aware 9f the menace of extreme -

J each others score. Meanwhile the four-some has 'this week. It or could take a get sizable you amount mixed upemotionally of} next thirty days or so. Your mental out the shortcomings which may underlie, segregationists1 ,

to stand and wait on then If they lose a ball cash out of your' pocketbook if put, neighborhood affairs, family reunions some of your failures and frustrations. The NAACP leader voted r
they trf'n not invite you to ccee thru which is prove yourself weak to its blandishments.ypu or educational pursuits are an You do have an inner source of strength there will be no let-

the polite thing to .do., !(20th-21st). The cycle that is also introduced contributing factors for the need of upon which you could draw if you can up in the pressuresfor
mind it. The
to backingof
rules for the at the start, places its stamp of roaming far and wide. Always take account only set your complying with the
When are they going to get sage of the weather predictions before those who have been friendly to you,
Club? Seven-scees should not be, allowed on Approval on alliances that promise to be what 1954 Supreme Court ,
;establish the basis for security and roM- starting out, and make provisions to and to your aspirations, may just
holidays. It unit nice on any day We lovegolf .inenee But you may have to choose between -: insure- safety and punctuality. The 20th- you need to assert your supremacy over decisionand asserted
and we like to go out to the Lincoln love and opulence,' as it seems 21st could catch you unprepared, and lC2 weaknesses and incertitudes. An- that tensions will
Country" Club, but would like to enjoy the 8of ode doubtful that you can have both. '4< this would account for the delays or"*thdcomedy' ourself from the 16th thru ,21st disappear "only ,when
: of that laId voti have quiet moments to. indulge -
.1 errors may ensue. and
olf that we seldom get to play. in Jhopghi, and meditation. justice equalityare
= A Dub the order of then

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FA6E: FOtJB ', ;_ THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday, January 14. '1961

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Progressive Baptist State I Crusade's Services At

.i (11cnv. Sef For True Vine Jan. .19A i Coliseum; 7:30 P. M. Sat.Sunday's .

.ii I M!
Services 3:30 P.
: large number of local baptists will. play important ,

part on the program for the midwinter"executive i I

board and mass meeting of the Progres-
MIAMI--Billy Graham, who on January 14th will
eive Baptist State Sunday School and BYPU con-
_ begin a statewide Crusade for Christtoday. issued -
; ventionwhich is scheduled to be held attheTrue
Vine. Baptist Churchat .Sarasota, the Rev. J.. I* Ii the following "Open Letter to the Resi-
: dents of Florida and the thousands of Touristswho
Stephens, minister.
will be visiting the state during the next

l The Rev.J.C.samS, the 'Green,Fla..,Director. of G _Y three___a months11_ : .
pastor o f Second- Baptist "The world stands.
Youth Dept.Rev.J.B.
Church and the ;k ___ either the thres- ,.. -.....
on '
Adamst h e -'it- -.
ofthe 7 7d J
general president chairman of the State hold of a glowing new .
convention w.i11deliver and 1 E era or a period of .,:-J-..,. ..
Education Board ; .>::i'.r ..
the sermon for the the Rev. W. D. Pelham' ? Y. j- anarchy, p o 1 i t i cal ,,

night session. a t 7:30 chaosor even destruc ... .y'J':1.. .'"
dean of Music, Lees- ., .:.!"P" :& '
o'clock. tion.The scales are so < ---

Deacon G.W.Scott, the burgh.'Rev.L.S. McCree of St delicately .balanced r
president of the Sunday 'tV
Peters urgh, will de that it could
School division wi 24 i
either way.The
liver the spirational
open the business ses-r the after- of life and death
for _
10 '
sion at
our civilization
The R.H.W lsondean; noon session.Grant probably be d : : :..'

Hey..H.Robinson,char in the '60s. If .wj..Saster ,1Il.
man of the .Evangelical Memorial'sUsher "new frontier" :

.BoardDeacon.Alexander Board 3 In succeed, there

Heard, director of methods ,"HELEN IN PARRIS", a 15- Iinute: film, travelogstarring beautifulmodeL have to be a r

; Rev. W. M. Hill 28th AnniversaryUsher Helen WiUiams,(right), vividly depicts fulfillment of :Miss Williams sance of moral sunrise serviceto

moderator of EF and BB dream, to model at the famed salon of Christian Dior of Paris.Ohsahsand spiritual vigor. be held at Pok

Assn. ; Mrs.H.B.Miller, Board #3 of.GrantMemorial.Church sighs of appreciation fill auditoriums across the country when "It is our Tower in lake Wales
audiences witness Helen's exquisite modeling of the elegant creations. that the on Easter Sundaymorning -

4 president of the Se- will observe its 28th Sharing the spotlight with Miss Williams are Miss Ophelia Devoreleft Florida during April 2nd.

noir Women State Convention anniversary program president and founder of the DeVpre, School of Charm and l-frs.A1ma John next three months

will give outlines Monday night, Jan.16 RN, consultant to the makers of Modess.; the film may be obtained for make a major

i o f plans for in the church auditorium showing by groups of ten or more by writing Mrs Alma JohnPersonal bution toward Churches

the annual meeting. Main speakerfor products Corporation, Box 20,' Milltown, N. J.GARRETTMr. ishing the moral
Others expected t o the event will be -. spiritual Concerned Over

+ attend from this sec- Rev. F.D. Richardson. Religious Emphasis- Miami Pastor: our society. Civil Rights Says
tion are Mrs.Alberta The program follows: D.atlts AndWneral "Florida has ,

Williams, directorof Opening selection, Week Jan. 22-25 Africa one of the most National Assn.
public relations; Westside Union Choral To tegic areas of

i the Rev.E.R.Simpson, Class; InvocationIra --, -- '. .... world due to
.Cliftonof' N.C.-The
chairman of the Bills W.HembyScriptqreRev events in Cuba. New York---Results of
and Account . the to NAACP national
Walter Brown; gateway an survey
WALKER-Mr. Isaaco f Week obser- _
Rev.W.C.Nealdistrict Miss Frankie I- x America where released here this
address ,
Starke, Florida vance to be held at A ,
chairman of Education Mae Samuel; Response, NELSON-Mr. Leroyo f & T College, January ;. battle for the week, vividly documentthe
Board Rev.and Deacon .
and souls of support of the Negro
Mrs. Theliaa Harris 1116 Street. 22-25 will feature -
; E. Spratt ,
W.G. Patterson, pre- Lela .... rI is 'being waged church to the civil -
SolosMiss Floyd FORDMrs.Aliceof3Q38Lane Rev. C. Shelby Rooks, -
sident of the District
; ,'. $ .
Sunday School Conven- Introduction of speaker Street.HENDRDCMr.. associate director of ; : c. I everincreasing rights struggle.An

tion.Rev.W.J.Glover. Rev. Walter Brown_ ; Deweyof i the The Fund for The- ,.,', .. tensity. In impressive 99 per
Florida's cent of the respondent
of St. SpeakerRev. Richard- 1471 Kings Road. ological Education, : ,: J3 N

Pete rsburgh,Youth Dept; sonRemarks by presi- JONES-Mr.Arthur Jack Inc. Princeton, N.J. ;> .. : population growth clergymen "placed emphasis -
Mrs.M.M.WarrenBowlirnJr. dent W.M.Malcolm; Remarks of 1305 Florida Ave. A Norfolk", Va.native '::-3. its influx of on racerelations -
; make it at sometime
by pastor'Rev.J.T THOMAS-Mr.. John, of1 Rev. Rooks -is a grad- a
.McJ4i1lan; Presen- East 5th Street.WDRTHERSMrs. uate of Va. State CoLlege ':i_ _. spiritual bat t ing the year said

tations, Miss ,FrankieMae Martha Petersburg,. Va. ground. Rev.E warn. J. Cdo,Jr.
Seminole Club rile have at NAACP church
Samuel;Benediction. Leeof 336 East Ashley holds the B.D. degree come secretarywho

Annual Day .Sun. Serving boards will Street. from Union Theological invitation of t conducted the sur-

be Usher Board 2 of SMITH-Mr.Simon: ,of 2221 Seminary: and has 11 churches of vey.
'j to assist Mr. Odom addressedthe
I Grant Memorialguest, W. 45th Street.WILUAMSMrs. pursued graduate work MTAMI-A Miami c1ergymanRev.Thedford by the'I
Mrs. Jewell Hollowaywill possible means Association's annual -
Usher Board. 1 of New Nadineof at Columbia University. John-
be main speaker Bethel AME Church 344 Dellwood St. He has held past son, has been selectedby spiritual meeting." He added
when the Junior Seminole We believe that if that 44 per cent of
t Choral Choir Class of RICHARDSCNMrs.AliceBallardof orates at the Orange- National Baptist the
1, ; Culture Club Middleburg Shanks Vil- churches receive queried
i the Friendly West side Convention U.S.A.Inc.to maintained social
celebrates its fifth
Florida. Protestant Church assistance of
i Ushers Union. lage join a commission committees t
anniversary Sunday at The Programceanittee DOWNING-Mrs. Tinaof arid at the Lincoln Memorial which is soon to leave I munity
out their
., 4:30 p.m in St.PauldME consists of Mrs.Theo- 1537 W. Union Street. CongregationalTemple for Africa. and the various work."carry

\ Church. dotia Graham, Mrs HARRIS-Mrs. Lenao f WashingtonD. Rev.Johnsonalong with of communication Another 80 cent

Committees, officers Gertrude Gregory,Joe 419 Copeland Street. C.He Rev. Julian Taylor of spiritual impact per indicated
and members under the
has served be made in
Samuel and Mrs.Willie GINWRIGHT-Alexander as moderator Connecticut and Rev.
I direction of Mrs.Barbara that they carried on
M. Shippreporter. of 1409 Kings Road. for the Wash- Robert L. Taylor of during the next
Pearson,president STEPHENS-Mr. Henry, ington Association. of win and one-half "some activity of an
are striving to make Congregational Chris- RichmondVirginia The statewide interracial nature,"
of St. Augustine.
this year's affair the Nine Greenville BURNS-Mrs. Annie M. ,' tian Churches, presi- journey for the to the continent of- Rallies begin in Rev. Cdcm said, point-

most outstanding in St. Augustine. dent of the Board of purpose sonville on ing out that this

the organization's Youths at First GETER-Mrs. Marieo f Directors for the of purchasing land which 5,000 in acres turn, 14th and 15th. "could be used as a
resource preparing
I history. St. Augustine. Middle Atlantic Con- will be
be resold
j to
The Senior Seminole young communities for dese-
j Baptist Again MILLIGAN-Mr. Johnof of Congrega- similar meetings
I 1 Culture Club's president 738 Minnie Street. tional Chris tian people desirous of moving Orlando, January gregation.:

1 ,MrsGB0 Gardnerand GREENVILLE, S. c. A Churches and memberof to Africa and aid- and ; Unfortunately, only
Mrs. DfB.Anderson group of nine youths worshipped BROWK-Mr. Eliza, o f the Board of Directors ingin the country's January 28th; three per cent of the

1 and Mrs. C.G.WilliamsassPonsorsare New First Year's Day (Sunday) In the 1775 Davis Street. of the Wash- growth.The Petersburg, Jan. ; churches, representing
Baptist Church of Green
lending JONES-Mrs. Janie, of committee will 'report fourteen denominations
1 -- ville.It was the second successive ington Urban League.He Eradenton -
1 full support to Sunday that services at the 1614 W.29th Street. serves now as pre- the success of .February 4th; in sixteen major cities

q the younger group's .church had been Integrated. EOLDEN-lI s.Sarah W. sident of the Virginia the plan to the next February 5th; were able to report -
Eight youths had attended
\ services
efforts, of 2145 Broadway St. convention which meets that they had
Christmas Day. State College National
HOBSON-Mr. Earl, o f Alumni Association in Kansas CityMo.thiscoming hasseeFebruary "interracial membership -
and Gainesville
1218 Swift Street.JORDAtlrs. September. ;"

j k .Sarah, of the and Pilgrim secretaryof Pas- Tentative arranganeits 12th.The Florida In response to urgingby

,.:. .' 104, Magnolia St. tors Union of Wash- call for the committeeto wise Crusade the NAACP church

jC : ; __ ington,. D. C. leave New York Cityin reach a climax j department, the AMS denomination
..,. March for Liberiaand established
t.. The is invited
g I. :Jan; 75 Fetey public the Billy G r i
i! it
4 to return before department of social
-'" to attend the pro- Greater Miami t|
t : April 1. action at its quadren-,
ACE UnionThe grams. March 5th through
As director general nial general confer-
I t|
at the Miami
,l .. for the Foreign Missionof I i n Los Angeles
iI Zion/ Hope InAnniversary Convention Hall. .
,i; A monthly programof the, General Baptist As amost ; summer, Mr. Odom
", the Citywide ACELeague's State Convention o f_.
'''r! conclusion to cluded.
;. :; >., :
Union will Florida, supervisor of
ii statewide
I : ik'j be held Sunday at 3 pn .Baptist Education and ChristDr.Graham Trade With Finns
That Want Your Trade
in Mission in
St.Stephen Church Bahamas
t j :..(. ..;: '- Fifth and Bails Sts., Zion Hope Baptist Islands member of the the Team have been Firms That .. I. tk.
Church celebrates its vited to conduct *
( A..i:1'l : Rev.Isaac Mission Board Went Ywr r.4. ; .
Gundy associated Foreign
,1.'" 0t .
:t" -' "'.. 32nd anniversary Jan. will tr.4t Yair ,.ffu
at St. NBC president of the
pastor '
i 9 through Jan.16Rev.
I ....:. Stephen and presidentof Baptist M i n i s t ers t
",J: ;":: the league will E.R. Simpson, pastor, Council of .Miamf,board WHEN YOU ARE ILL
preside. announced Services member of Christian "% "-, You Seek The But Doctor

,0' '... will begin nightly at t When Yopr Doctor Praicribw
Varnersupervisorof Hospitaland pastor.of ;
8 p.m. f '., Get Experienced Plurm -.
Boy's Hcse will be St. John Institutional 'fi ;
J Various ministers assisted To Fill Your PrtscripUoaa .'
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con- .
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i!. i .THE I"I"STAR Sat. ,,,r gv,_ Tanttai 1 A. "oVnA .,
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.\ .1 Deliveries Stork :: : Teen-age Scientist Is Named One of About People

BORN TO MB. AND MR 'The Ten Young Women of the Year' The Ribault Road home of ;Mr. and l Mrs. Alvin

White was the setting for a seasonal bridge
JENKINS, Mr. and Mrs. '
Albert,433 W. lath St. party by Les Unes De Charmante, a newly organized -

i GIRL .x.. club.
'riJ. Priscilla Brown Mrs. D. Fletcher
MONROE, M r. and Mrs. k 4Ss : : Lydia ,
yk tOysses,518i Lee St. f .J Mrs. Joyce. Lawson, Mrs.Charlotte Eostic, Mrs.
GIRL. '. r ass Arnetta Walker, }!rs. Betty Sessions, Mrs. Alma

WRIGHT, M r. and Mrs. Daniels, and Mrs. Norma R. White make up the

Louis,13l6 W. 9th St. membership roster of this club.
# *: #
r. and Mrs. h Local teachers' staged the usual f a c u l.t y

Charlie,833 ii'. 16th SU r Christmas parties. '
The Kattox Street home of Kr. and !Krs. Willie
1IS M r. and Mrs. Moran was the setting for the "get to e ether" of
the Northwestern faculty, while the A. L. Lewis
John W. Davis ,
GIRL. ,. .t ; clan launched the Yule Season a t the Ribault

Supper Club. Persons attending the party given
HIGDON M r. and Mrs.Elijah,462o .
Ave. by the James Weldor Johnson faculty spent a.

We&ta' Flynn most enjoyable evening at the El Dorado, while

'F / Boy.McNEAR M r. and Mrs. faculty and guest of Isaiah Blocker dined and
danced in the lovely home of Dr. and Krs. W. W.
Dennis,3524 Spires l t,. E 10 Schell. *

: .. GIRL. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fletcher of KemphisTennessee -
SMALlS M r. and Mrs.
atc are in the City as -guests of i Krs. rletche -
W. 29th St.
Henry,1717 Mademoiselle magazine's 1960 Merit Award winners. honored for signal achievement 's mother, Mrs. D.P.Parson of 1042 Scriven
CPHfL. ..- cay .. BROWN M r. and Mrs. during the past year: ((1)) Patricia Bath' scientist; '((2)) Lynn Seymour, dancer; ((3)) Jane Street.

t American II... ........"...81 .ns EHjahI830, George St. Powell Rosenthal, archaeologist; ((4)) Elizabeth Seal,actress; ((5))Wilma Rudolph, athlete; They were accompanied by Kiss Juirolia A.iroore,

Country ang who our etmimmttjrtUrple rnak evr GIRL. (6)) Susan Greenburg- photographer; ((7)) Lee Bontecou, sculptress; ((8)) Julie Isles, also of Memphis and currently a student. at Lincoln -

a' to which UBv* HART, Mr. andfrs.. fashion designer; ((9)) Elaine May, critic; (10) Helen Jean Rogers, television producer. University.Mrs. .
Lorenzo,1246 McCohnie Fletcher and Miss Moore were guests at a
I bridge lucheon Wednesday at the home of Mrs.!
* Street,Boy.
NEW YORK, N.Y.-Patricia Bath, Fletcher's sister, Mrs. Agatha P. Williams.
MOORE M r. and Mrs.samue1,61zo ology her learned to the art world by and
career field museums
a Hunter College freshman, who We also other Jaxons in out the
.... ... join rolling ,
; :: ..:y, : Carnation has been absorbed in science since techniques at the University of private collectors alike. Born in
F ,d' childhood, is the youngest of to Arizona, later dug for remains of Providence, Rhode Island, she red carpet for Mrs. Roberta Telfairformerly of
I? RoadBoy. day's winners of a 1960 Merit Neanderthal man in Israel. In studied at New York's Art Stu- Richmond, Va. who has chosen our fair city as
I II SHY, M r. and Mrs. Award from Mademoiselle 1959,as assistant curator of Primi dents League, spent 1957 and
% magazine a place of residence. Mrs. Telfair was welcome -
: :: J_ Rancel658 W. 3rd St. -she has just turned eighteen.For tive Art and New World Cultures 1958 in Italy on a Fulbright, won
the eighteenth successiveyear at the Brooklyn Museum she prepared an award for her bronze bird, addition to the bridge group.
:: :.:, .:::: Boy. awards a much-pralsed exhibit, sculptures and had her first one-
: Mr. and Mrs. were presented to ten *
t Jf -. WATSON, "Ancient Art of the Americas." man show in 1959.She then turnedto
.... : : ;f.,.../.' young women under thirty "who The Mrs. Pansy K.
Ford Washington honored
''5 .. ;(vx.:' Oscar,1479 3rd Street have already distinguished them. Foundation awarded hera a radical form of abstraction: was during
t : :::<_: ,! :: ...I GIRL.WILIIAMSMr.and. selves in their fields and are fellowship in 1960, enabling her canvas and steel construction that the holidays with a visit from her sisterMrs.
I 'v ;' .I Mrs. expected to achieve even greater to maintain her own dig in the "creates a disturbing and eerie Narcissas King Miller of Niles
+ < Michigan
.: ,
l .. .:. J south of Mexico. poetry of space.
..... honors, according to Betsy
.. .
..... .'4.:: : .':'>/.':;.J:( Monroe,2512 Davis St. Talbot Blackwell, Mademoiselle's ELIZABETH SEAL, a slightly JULIE ISLES who designs simple daughter, Norris Elizabethand Karen Adams and
Boy. editor-in-chief. kooky twenty-six-year-old English clothes in an unerring taste that Dennis Days, friends of Norris.
DOROTHY McCRAY i girl who arrived in New York this has no price tag. She learned her
Cancer research became Patricia Mrs. Miller who is originally from Jacksonville
SL !ONSM r.and Mrs. -
New Stanton fall craft
Senior Bath's field when she chosen to become Broadway's newest by absorbing everything in
High School 't Arthur,619 w.17th St. while still in high school was to partic- I star. As Irma la Douce, the sight while she worked in public visited with other members of her family
Papal Cola Dealers ad Boy. ipate in a summer science training fresh-faced darling of Pigalle, shemelted' relations for a designer and as a and friends.
Pepsi Cola Bailing OPeIIy .. TUNSIL Mr. and Mrs. program'at Harlem Hospital.Thereshe the hearts of the critics. fashion co-ordinator.To learn howto *
Before her debut here she was design sportswear herself, she
studied the effects of
are proud to tmlvst
Dorothy of the 12th Amos,5252 Polan Lane, residue on bacteria.streptomycin The results Irma in London. When a broken went to its best source,' Italy; Les Belles Femmes held their annual Christmas

She'a member grad.clan. Of.. GIRL. | indicating that cancer is a ankle ended an earlier dream of a watched, studied, practiced; then party at the Lincoln Golf and Country. Club
career in ballet, she cut a lively did a collection for an Italian fab-
the -New Bethel AME1' WATSON, Mr. and Mrs.ErnestJ.349 local general building-up tearing-down rather,than a caper on a chorus line. Ten years ric designer that she sold to American Tuesday night, December. 27. Members and their
Church and plans to make w.u+th st.. correlated with studies process by another were after her first musical she is an stores. For two years she has r guests exchanged gifts and enjoyed a delicious

Nurclng her career. Jf GIRL. teen-ager, Arnold Lentnek, and international star who "can act... done collections for Mr Mort menu prepared by Curtis Taylor and his staff.

******* ** Mr. and Mrs. Willie International presented last fall to the of Nutri-Fifth wind.can sing." ..can dance like a whirl Sportswear their strong that sense are of remarkablefor fabric and Mrs. l.jargaret'lright, club president, presided

Ie Nimons, 2427 Lantana tion. Her work Congress has opened up new WILMA RUDOLPH, who sprinted color, Special guests included, Mrs. Gladys Sunpter,
Ayenue, Boy/ and potentially fruitful avenues to her way through the 1960 Olympics ELAINE MAY whose ruminative Mrs. Jessie Mae Washington, Julius Jackson,
Mr and Mrs. the understanding and treatmentof to become not only the first satire on every species of human and
Leroy American woman ever to win three folly is a marvel. When she and Jack Showers, Felicia Martin, Floyd Corley
*. Randolph, 4205 Lock- The cancer.i kcvements of the other gold medals but the only track or her partner (not husband) Mike Kr. and Mrs. Shepherd Johnson.
f hart Dr. Girl. "young women of the year" (as' field athlete of either sex to earn Nichols go into the realm of political # #
frtt l Mr and Mrs. SanfordAcker they are featured in January'MademoiselJe that many in Rome.Crippled until comment they are the funniest A new twist was given club meetings when Kiss
she and deadliest
was seven, she took up basketball of critics. They met
2064 W. FirstSt. performance) range in sports from and headline the to strengthen her legs and had at the University of Chicago Estelle Williams entertained members of the

M Girl. lively arts to signal accomplish. become a high school star before where, in an improvisational theatre Les Fleurs Club at her home Friday, December
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene ment in archaeology photography, it was plain that she was an incredibly they began the extemporaneous 23. The group met at twelve noon and came

Simmons 2008 Common 'fashion, sculpture.:They are: speedy runner. Now at deadpan play with phrasesand dressed "as are". After rounds of card
LYNN SEYMOUR, a Tennessee A.&Lplanning to teach, ideas. In 1957 they came to you ,
tc wealth Ave. Girl. year-old Canadian who twenty-one-has be she keeps up an interest in crip New York, obscure and broke; playing the group enjoyed a menu o f collard
( CECIL L. WILLIAMS Mr. and Mrs. Ernest come the newest and fastest risingstar pled children.' Her dignity, poise within weeks they were being greens.potatoe salad, corn bread and chitter-
New Stanton Sealer of the Royal Ballet. When the and fine sportsmanship have hailed locally then via television
ft High School Dunbar,2334 Wister St. Sadler's Wells Company (later the earned her world-wide affectionand nationally. Their opening on lings For those who did not take to the deli-

Tribute Is paid to Cecil Girl. Royal Ballet) came through her respect. Broadway last fall was a roaring cacy known as "curled steaks" etc.fried chic-

,_ ?rof the graduating class. Mr, and Mrs. Quenton she native successfully Vancouver on auditioned tour in 1953 for, with SUSAN a sensitive GREENBURC, dispassionate,who explores and success.HELEN JEAN ROGERS who as a ken was available.Frizes were won by Kiss l Ifyr-

? She Is a member of the Giles, 3216 Moncrief their school,studied for two witty camera the world of the producer in A.B.G-Television's tIe Turner, Mrs. Irma Villarin. After a stre .-
jr Rational .Honor Society, Rd. Girl. then joined the touring company.years young today.A graduate of Sarah Special Projects department has _Otis "hulley gulley" practice session the meeting -
.+ and plans to major Inw Mr. and Mrs. Mack During these travels her Odette- Lawrence and Yale's School of seen more of the world in its more
Business Administration Hughes, 1445 W. 13th Odile in Swan Lake made a Jeep Fine Arts, she has caught thou. violent moments than she ever adjourned.
-,******" impression on all who saw it. She sands of elusive moments in life reckoned. She left an instructorship *
It St. Girl.
returned to London, no longer a on American campuses, has followed in political theory at Harvardto Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis cygnet but a swan. Her American students to jazz festivals, enter television because she Charles Fletcher of Memphis,
Jackson, 627 Washington debut last fall prompted one criticto gone on the road with the beats, wanted a more active life. She has Tennessee spent holidays with Mrs.Fletcherfs
say that her "inborn grace and photographed the angries in Eng- since dodged bullets in Poland, mother, Mrs. D. P. Parson of 1024 Scriven
St. Girl. St.
fluency"reminded him of Danilovaand land, dope addicts in slums,'poets Bolivia and Cuba; ridden elephants they ,
Mr. and Mrs.Lawrence Alonso. in their pads, painters in coffee and walked with Gandhi's were accompanied by a niece, E.A.M OOre,

Roberts, 1590 S'1. 22nd. JANE POWELL ROSENTHAL, a houses. She's now in Africa, spiritual successor in India; interviewed presently a student at Lincoln University.
museum curator and field archae- photographing wild game for a the King of Nepal, and They were entertained with a bridge luncheon
St. Boy. ologist who specializes in Paramount movie and incidentally Castro (not to mention serving as in the home of Mrs
Mr.. and Mrs. Louis Columbian American cultures.pre- doubling for the star in action his interpreter at a Washingtonnews Kletcher sister, 1 Mrs.
shots. conference) ; has just returned Agatha P. Williams -
43i After the
Ifynche Phelps. a.trip to Middle East
LEE BONTECOU from Africa and, who Mrs. Roberta
during' her junior at Skid- sculptress, who Telfair of Richmond
year Virginia
St. Boy. more,she decided to make archae- is considered to be one of the most knows, may be the first woman on .newcomer to Jacksonvillewas ,
111-and Mrs. William .. exciting and original newcomers the moon. among guests at the
Barnes, 3 25 Dellwood
Avenue, Boy. A & T Alumni;
DORIS L. MIZELLE Mr. and Mrs. James

New Stanton fetter, Beck>rorth,1845 V7.27th 4

High School St., Boy. MeefsJan.- 74

Doris U a member of t Mr. and Mrs. Elijah I
the graduating d.... She.attends Bowens, 7044 Wislon GR 'NSEORO,N. C.--The
Spring branch Executive Committee of
Boulevard Boy.
Church and plus ,
Baptlat to become &ElomeattryJ WILLU.S,Mr. ,and Mrs. the A&T College Alumni Funds raised in the New March of Dimes are used to provide scholarships
Association will hold for the education of skilled professional workers. Left to
Education Teacher. E.2thSt
Mauricel618 its meeting her e on right above: Dorothy Robinson Houston,Texas, is studying physical

GIRL. Saturday 14. therapy at Northwestern University; Louis Ivey, Washington, D.C, I .
** * FLOKER, M r. and Mrs. ,January j was medical student research award winner at Howard University
Adam,1448 E. 27th St. Howard C. Barnhill, .I Medical School, and Reatha Clarke, Moultrie, Ga., predoctoral Fellow
.. onri.rlatl.r ".. .11p GIRL. Charlotte, N. C.health i at University of Chicago. Your contribution to the New March' .

OoU to tYss .,es MRu JOHNSONM r. .and Mrs. educator and president ,j of Dimes win support The National Foundation's unique program _,ff
of professional education.
1 of the
"' George,617 W.Bever St. organization, |j i ...
Lklea TOt K
said group will be
,PPi Mti Io-qaeat GIRL. .
chiefly concerned with 9
Friday Nliae JONES, M r. and Mrs.
lOrfO to HtOO Clifford,1457 E.3 St. setting u p its spring

For. Phone Request Boy. program and completing 'tom"

EL 8-0461-2 KINCADE, Mr. and Mrs* arrangements for the rr'.o r TRAIN YOURSELFFor

Robert,1545 W. 5th St. election o f national
officers to be

GIRL.SHIPP, M r. and Mrs. ted by*nail ballot i n A Paying ProfessionIn
C W. 22nd St. April
k Boy. The one-d a y session ( 26 Weeks

a will be held i n Col-

k SII lSJ.ir. and Mrs* trane Hall beginning NEW CLASSES NOW FORMING

Ulysses,2032 W.6th St. 10:00 A.M. YES-You'll always to ebb to find wdcYESYou'll
nek yN.ien.y
liILLIAm,Hr.and Mrs. YES-You'D hovo good weridng cewWowN

Ernest,533 W." Orange HELP TOtU1LD O You wJH not bo laid off et *. 50.
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A .: L' THE FLORIDA. STAR. .Csr.de.. T.._..'' 1. '
-- 1961
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Tenn. Slate Heads '- 9< Big Jim Brown Arthur Ashe
SPORTING .GAY Jr.Champion. Bows to

JUP;; Again Leads -

l By G. PAIUIAM AP Basketball Poll .f.;. .< NFL RushersNew USLTA in Meet

Tigers Won Eleven Straight yaw z'M": New York; N. Y. Negro ior national champion, defeated
' FOOTBALL FANS thrvHighout' the nation enjoyed a 4'Ny 'ifIiI- .... i York, N. Y. Jim teenis star Arthur Ashe, Jr.,' of Ashe at Charlottesville in the

season of rough and tumble competition with Since Losing 1960 Opener : r- Brown, the phenomenal 225 lb.. .Lynchburg, Virginia, advanced quartcrfials of the United States
l1fiiz ,,> fullback of the Cleveand Browns!' to the semi-final round in the Lawn Tennis Association nation.
the many college teams, professional teams'an Tennessee State, rolling up 11 < : .; /' a football team, has won the Na-j i Interanl Junior Davis Cup; Toural iterscholestic i three sets, 4-6,
high schools battling, it out on the gridiron. straight victories after a season- tional Football League's rushing: ament before bowing to William 64,6-2.
opening loss today rated No. '
Following the regular season, bowl gamesplayoff '1 among the nation's was small college title for the fourth straight sea. Lenior in straight sets 6.2; 63.

East-West, North-South and other games basketball teams in the AP's. first '':k son. Lenior, the United States jun in The which touramcnl foreign h countircs the only 1 send one

made the season a busy one. weekly poll. :; ''/;;(':. The former Syracuse All- their hest juniors to compete
The Tigers drew three first ;
Missouri .' American rolled up a total of for international and
A prestige
votes for a slight edge aver unbeaten .
was a toss up because of the much publicized Hofstra (9-0)) and a clear r' '" 1,257 yards on 215 carries for a Robertson Lone Davis Cup ratings.: A total of.

Joe Bellino of the Navy and Norman Beal of decision over undefeated Mississippi nifty :5.8 yards per carry aver 226 players from 21 countrieswere
age. Browns feat was even more
Missouri. The fans in the Orange Bowl saw the Southern ,9-0). noteworhty because he faced his represented in the meet.
Tennessee totaled 57 points abuts
on Rookie
outstanding performance of two tan stars who of 10 points for a first place toughest opposition to the crown On NBA The 17-year-old Ashe advanced

gave the fans something to see for their money ,vote nine for second and so on I" this past season from John Da to the semi-finals by upsetting .

The running of Mel West and Norris Stevenson down to one point for 10th place. vid Crow, St Louis Cardinalsand All-Star Team Christian Duxin: France,
Hofstra received 53 points. 1 Jim Taylor of the Green the number 2 seeded player, taking :
of Missouri highlighted the along with
game the last .
Bay Packers. two sets 6.3, 6-8 after
,the power :running of Norman Beal. It was in Cincinnati Royals' Star dropping the first set 63.

that game that fans saw that spectacular catchof GlobetrottersGo Taylor finished second to He also defeated Rodney Man-

a forward pass in the end zone. Brown with 1,101 yards rushingon Will Be Joined By Wilt dclstam, South Africa, seceded
230 carries for a 4.8 yard Chamberlain number 5, 8.6, 7.5, 86.
TAN STARS were very much in the limelight Victorious average. Crow was third with

the Rose Bowl game between the' University of 1,072 yards in 183 carries for an YORK, N.Y.-Elgin Baylor. Neither Duxin or .MamkMam

Minnesota and the University of Washington.THose Over W: average 5.9 yards. Los Angles Lakers' high flying could handle Ashe's sensational
HolidaysChicago scoring tee, and Bob Cousy, Boston
who the Rose Bowl in Passadena passing shots. Ashe unseed
saw game Brown, the second man to win Celtic veteran backcourt leader, was *
will not, forget the outstanding performance -Harlem Abe Sa Globetrotters per stein'sundefeated 6. the ground gaihig title four received tho highest number of ed in the tournament. ...

George Fleming of the Washington Huskies.Fleming times and the first to accomplish votes for the Western and Eastern
head westward this week
the feat in consecutiveyears squads in the writers and Strikes Out'Willie
.n r. ._ sportscasters -
did everything well. He was great on pass after enjoying one of the great -
has rushed for 5,055 yardsin ballots for the 11th annual
the est holiday seasons in their his AIR FORCE STAR ..
receiving, carrying the ball and doing Lieut. his professional career. He N.B.A.lIStar game, to be playedat

j kicking. It was Fleming who kicked the 44 tory Robert L Dabney a 1959 now ranks third among the all- the Onondaga County War Memorial .,
yard field goal. The dazzling Trotters swept Tuskegee graduate has been time ground'gainers in NFL his. in Syracuse on Tuesday,
through the east during the named to the 1960 All-AIr January 17, 1961, it was announcedy
THE WASHINGTON HUSKIES big plunging fullbackwas Christmas holidays on a sensational Force football team. A prize tory. : 'Maurice Podoloff, President of

the tan skinned Ray Jackson the star from victory binge, playing before lineman while attending fuse Ahead of Brownin the rush the Association. For the third conSEcutive -

the Lone Star State of Texas, who was really a capacity crowds night after kegee, Lieutenant Dabney is ing department is Joe Perry, the year in the history of the

star for Washington. The playing of Sandy Ste- night.They a unit supply officer for the great San Francisco 49'er fullback annual intersectional fracas there
were no unanimous choices for
attracted capacity 2500th Support Squadron who has a 11 season total
Dixon of Minnesota can't b
and e team berths.
vens Judge
crowds in Madison Square Gar Mitchell Air Force Base N.Y. of 7,246 yards. Perry picked up
overlooked. Sandy Stevens was one of the very den and Chicago Stadium before -' H. was an all-city tackle at 95 yards this past season on Celtics Arnold will Auerbach coach the of Eastern the Boston
few dark hued quarterbacks in the game was heading west for contestsin Henry McNeil Turner High limited service. while St. Louis Hawk coach Paul

said to be one of the most dangerous quarter- mid-America and a series on School in Atlanta Ga., and Seymour will handle the Western
Just a shade ahead of Brownis
backs in the game because of his ability t o the west coast. was voted outstanding line. Steven Van Buren, the former aggregation in accordance: with a
man at Mitchell Air Fore rule
League which provides for the
mixuPhi3PlaYs.I Led by Meadowlark Lemon, Philadelphia
halfback now re
Base in 1959. coaches of the Division Championsat
THE EAST-WEST GAE,known to football fans as 'the "Clown Prince of Basket. tired. Van Buren had a eight the close of the previous seasonor i

the Shrine Bowl was heavily loaded with tan ball," Saperstei's spectacular season rushing mark of 5,860 their successors to head thesectional I ....... .. .. ., .
cagers have already attracted yards rushing. ,
stars who helped to make the game an outstand- more spectator this season than BIG MAKES All Star GRADE squads. Mays, San Francisco

ing event. Cne of the brightest stars in the all other professional teams in AbnerHaynesTopsAFL Other pace setters in the NFL One newcomer joins the East- Giants' $85,000 per year outfielder .
k this year were: Passing Milt and his wife, Margurite, arereportf'd
East-West game was Herb Adderly who was out- the country. More than 200,000 West squads. League leading assist
to be the brink of.
fans have turned out to watch Plum, Cleveland, first in percentage maker and one of the all-time on
the t Michigan top
standing throughout season a "striking out" after four
them unfold their bag of tricks. All-Star TeamAll completed and average rookies of th, circuit. Oscar Robert. yearsof
State. all the field. The big marriage. :Mays has moved
Adderly. was over gain and with)the fewest inter son of Cincinnati has nailed downa
tan-skinned Adderly has already been picked Saperstein, seeking to establish ceptions. starting guard berth on the West. out of his recently purchased
But One OF 24 Voters S7S.OOO Sew Rochelle, N.V.,
for football.THE an all-time attendance record ern quintet. The other nine selec
home and Is to be sta .
Pass reported
Browns this season, has added an Go For Dallas HalfbackNEW Receiving Ray Berry, tees have seen action in the annual >
PLAYOFF between the Cleveland and Inj la New York City.
Baltimore who 'caught 74 passe?
other sensatinoal attraction to All-Star event with Bob Cousy of
I the Detroit Lions was one of the closest battles the organization's famed floor YORK Abner Haynes,* for 1,298 yards and 10 touch the Boston Celtics performing in

1 of the gridiron to be seen. The game ended show. the Dallas Texans' versatile 185- downs. his.llth successive game. Rafer Johnson

17-16 in favor of the Lions. Florida A & M The Trotter chief announced pound halfback, was the outstanding Scoring Paul Hornung, The Western squad is comprisedof
this choice on the first American Elgin Baylor of Los Angeles;
week that Cab Calloway,
students former students teachers and all Green Bay, wiht a record 176
long one of the great stars of Football League All-Star team selected Bob Pettit and Clyde Lovelleite] of Receives
floridians had an opportunity to see a former show business and by UPI. points on 15 touchdowns, 41 ex the St. Louis Hawks; Oscar Robertson Jaycee
originator of
Rattler in the game. "Wild Bill" McClung, the, the jazz classic "Minnie the Haynes, who led 'the AFL in tra points and 15 field goals. of Cincinnati; and Gene Shue

former Rattler was Very much in the game. The Moocher" has joined the rushing and in punt returns, Punting Jerry Norton, St. of Members the Detroit of Pistons.the Eastern unit in- Sports AwardLos
also ranked
also able to such troupe and will tour with the among top 10 Louis, who kicked 39 times for
fans were see outstanding players in receiving, kickoff elude, in addition to Boston's Bob
J. stars as Bobby Mitchell, Jim Brown, Prentice team the rest of the season. He returns and pass scoring polled 23 of an average of 45.6 yards. :ousy, his teammate Tommy Hein- Angeles Rafcr John
J will headline the half-time shows a possible 24 votes. Field Goals Tom Davis sohn;, Dolph Schayes of the Syracuse -
Gautt and several other tan stars. wherever the Globetrotters San son, recent olympie decathlon
ap I ; of!
MANY NEW FACES will be in the The former North Texas State Francisco, 13 fo ran average of
seen profes- pear. the Philadelphia Warriors; and champion, was among eight
star "one-man gang. He 13.4 yards.
-The Globetrotters and Cab led the league in rushing with 875 Richie Guerin of the New Yoik recipients of the Los Angcle
t s nal ranks when the ssason opens. Many o f will perform in the following yards in 156 carries for an averageof Kickoff Returns Tom Knicks. Junior Chamber of Commerce

le collegiate stars have already been signed ciites next week: January 5 5.6 per try and in punt returns Moore, Green Bay, 12 for a 33.1 awards to outstanding southland

by professional teams. Herb Adderly of Michigan Hutchinson, Kan.; 6.- Colorado with an average,of 15.4 for 14. average. athletes at a luncheon here last
Springs, Col.; 7 Dever, Col.; He also caught .55 passes for a White Rape-Slayer Of week.
State, Purvis Adkins, of New Mexico State 3-Ft. Collins, Col. (afternoon; total of 576 yards to rank fifth in Interceptions Dave Baker,
and it has been said that Clarence Childs of Greeley, Col. (night); 9 Salt that department, carried back 19 .San Francisco and Jerry Norton, Negro Child Gets Life The 1960 Sports Capital of

Florida A&}! University has also been chosen Lake. City, Utah; 10 -Logan, kickoffs an average of 22.8 yards I St Louis, each with 10. GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.iA the World Award winners were
for Utah; 11 Salt Lake City, and scored 12 touchdowns 54-year-old white man, convictedas chosen by a gallot of >sportscav
professional play. outstanding
Utah; 12 Ogden Utah. Ron Mix, of the Los Angeles the rape-slayer of a 10-year-old ters, sports writers and sports
mance of Childs through the entire Florida Chargers, a rookie offensive tac Sugar Ray Negro girl, was sentenced last weekto commentators through t the
I "Rattler season made him a marked man for the kle from Southern California University life imprisonment. Helms Olympic Foundation.

professionals. was the second highest Robert R. Mulford received l1ch-
vote-getter with 18. Loses. SuitNEW igan's maximum punishment for Others receiving awards were:
NOTHING WAS MORE BEAUTIFUL than the 'many football Minnie MinosoTo crime. Norm Larker, baseball; William

games played in all sections of the coun- The child was taken from her ilmer, football; Billy Caspar,

try with white and tan players out 0 nth e Be HonoredCHICAGO YORK CITY-Former bed in near-downtown Grand Rap golf; Dennis Ralston Rafael
world middleweight ids Octe. 14, 1958. Beaten, strangled Osuna, tennis; Gary Tobian,
t field playing for one conmon cause. No one -Outfielder and raped, her body was found in swimming and Darlene Hard, as
stopped to separate or attempt to divide the Orestes Minoso v* 'the Chicago Brown Boys Moore champion Sugar Ray Ro- a neighbor hte outstanding woman athletes

t players. Sports have played major part in, White Sox wiD be cited as the binsonI'm recently was L of the year.
Chicago "Player ol the Year" for out-decisioned in
establishing good will among men in every nook 1960 by Chicago's baseball writers a
and corner of the world. In a tight game o f who will honor him at their Top All-Pro TeamTrio slander suit to the

baseball, football, basketball or a close box- annual banquet en,Jan. 15.THIS.. amount of $1,750, has

ing match, people forget their differences and Named To OffensiveUnit appealed his case to the YOU CAN'T BUY A FINER

center their attention on the outcome of the ; Lane On DefenseNEW state's highest court

game.- READ YORK (ANP) The after a five-member KENTUCKY
THIS IS A NEW DAY and thanks to sports and I Brown bays-fullback Jim Brown State Appelate Court

I the people who enjoy sports for the great If you plan on visit- of the Cleveland Browns and tackle found him guilty i n

things accomplished in the lives of men. ing Las Vegas or any Roosevelt Brown of the New connection with $100,000

other locality where York Giants-and halfback Lenny damage suit.

gambling is legalized Moore of the Baltimore Colts have Mrs.Lua.naRobinsonnorelation .. .
You Don't Have to Go Town to Get. been named to starting berths on to the defen- .
to I CAN HElP YOU BEAT the offense unit of the United Press ;;

THE HOUSE, regardlessas International All-National Football dant-charged that Robinson -

to how high or low League team for 1960. used vile lan-

LOW PRICESOn your bets are. If Also named to the team but on guage against her when
the defensive unit halfback
you're interested in she went .t o collect a .-
Dick "Nick Train" Lane of Detroit
Your my guaranteed, fool- bill for interior decorating -

proof system Call .me The four were selected, along at his River- (

at once. GLENN WADE, :with other players by a panel of dale home in 1956. :
t DRUG NEEDS EV 9-6689. '38 sports writers, including three Inaffirming the ,
from each city except Washington :
-where only two voted. $1,750 Judgement, the <-
Trade With Your Neighborhood Drag Store: TUNNEL MISSING Appellate Court upheld .

WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISEDIN Watch This down Noticeably missing front the defensive Supreme Court Judge

lineup' was defensive half. Samuel> M.Gold >ho ruled

YOUR LOCAL PAPERS 19-3-65 back Emlen Tunnell of the Green against Robinson last .:.s. ,
485-32-116 'Bay Packers, who played' such an ..
March after two-
important role in that team's climb a

WOOD'S DIVE PHARMACY 6 >& 3 famine to the championship of 18 years. after a title' day Juryless. trial. ,"

5 ? w n 8 '
A .
f | f Jim Brown has been the leadingIFLtgroeri i :
5 I gainer for the past 3 Pot' .... >i.
;PHONES EL 8-5507.8*' yean aad is now seeking his fourth 'Melting Campus : ". '
.121124 Calif. Boasting .
traight title in that departmesL BERKELEY -
We Deliver We Also FBI' All Doctor PrescriptioBS from 90 ".:'
students nations t.i. -
385 59 6.13.s.m..II. Moore has.been the bread-asd 1.656 foreign -
PAY LIGHT AND TELE- fetter mill far, the Colts. His Uni- predominantly Asia the ..'\ '
YOUR WATER ... fcia .-' ...
99H Middle East and Africa the :. ,
as4&lf06re combination has beta .' .. ,.,.
seetiaee ". 1a.a of the,University .
see .of.'the: outstanding features of Berkeley campus .
ails abh.cNtl. football.: of California is a "meltingpot
pro: tensest swan MMM wast i IS nor c.1IaM., aITLL oS.traltt nllfr.
weks It all'....... of nations.1
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THE FLORIDA.STAR '" Saturday, January 14, 1961
!iN .ft + -
ti IFn Singleton Speaks, CAH

I Chips Off The Blocks ,II IIThem To FloradaleClub : SELLING :

By Jtsr 13 Sunday The Florida Star

the pantry,you hear, neither -, i
ain't nuts in ; WANTED: Men and women who
do you hear the sound of rolling bones; Isadore Singleton, honestly desire to face their alcoholic -
that':1 m teeth chattering. I am s i c k and i well- known local problems. Free meetings: ,
or, this .cold weather. Frank "Oil Truck"tired business-civic leader Mondays and Fridays 7:30 P.M.
board now, we j .. Clara White Bldg., Room' 305.
Hampton can put up his Ouija Y. Rf Vjft will be principal a
have had enough cold weather. He should have speaker when t he Royal. Crown \\
delivered enough oil. On the cold weather top-, I -" Floradale Intrest Club Bottling

ic, ask Freddie Brown about the popular Jacksonville -. I meets Sunday afternoon Company J
stranded in Washington 1235 San Marc>> Bfrd.
entertainer who was : r. in its regular Monthly

in: the snow, in December, with July meeting at the home Fl 9.4488FoRIENr

clothes on waiting on a hit record. of Thomas Crompton,

Integration came "to 2840 Galloway Circle.
I cleared and looks
Jacksonville rather 1 The event gets under-
like the new Jax Liq- NICELY FURNISHED R00>6
quietly. Persons were I way at 5 p.m., presi-
uors outlet near For information Call
treated as first-class dent T.Adams announced. -
citizens at the Coli- .and Moncrief is un.derway.First EL 5-8142 or come to,
and Flo-
1405 Cleveland Street.
seum before January 3
rida Avenue Liquors
Yours truly attended
into new
will move

several Teen-age basketball Jax- ,quarters this month.. Roosevelt NOW FOR RENT
ons of all colors are Parking space facilitieshave MATINEE 2:45 P. M. 4Room APT. Hot Water

busy mastering the. .drive-in been privided. A NIGHT 8:15 P. M. & Heater.Near School &

rudiments, ice-skat- Bus Lines 945 LINE ST.
building was constructed $1.00CHHDALLTIME 50 *
older new Adults
All of
ing. you
: in the, rear Apply ANDREWS GROG.
folk had better I 502 BROAD sr. EL 6-9816
the loca- r
your bar stools. of present { AWARD CHAMPION!I.

That ice is hard and tion.Coast-to-Coast Jones'* PRATT DEL 110S.rvlce

slippery. If you insist a
EL Dorado is
of the
o n trying, Atlantic ....... .... Slotonvt
planning to offer his'famous "" _- -- Jl _
Mills has 'Wltlp vt-
skates in stock, also buffets once .. ANNUAL XMAS PARTY-Foremost among the social events presented during' 'BlAIPERSERVICES =.
several sporting gads again.His kitchen has'been the Yule-New Years calendar is the annual affair given by the Sat elite BUMPER TO

stores. If you carry, reorganized. No Social Club which was held recently axe g Club- Monterey Members and STRAND SUNDAY
harm meant, but the occasion photo from left: THRU SAT. EXPERT ATTENDANTSTHIRD
your own skates, maybe guests shown enjoying the festive are, top
they will not "run former monopoly o n Mrs. Honey Walker; Mrs Genia Cotton; Mrs. Ellen E, Williams; Mrs. ST. AT FLA.AYE

out" when they get to good deviled crabs Bernice Wilson; and Mrs. Mary Jane Jackson. Bottom photo from left: DL5IRJr31'
has been broken. The Louise W. BlakleyMrs. Mary Holle Mrs. HELP WANTEDPERSONABLE
your size a s they Mrs. Annie Mae McKinnie; Mrs. ;
have done in the past. EL Dorado featuressome Juanita Lindsey; Mrs. Sallie Norman;Mrs. Christine Newsom; and Mrs. < .. WOMEN for

We had a thrill to way nice, time:crabs.is run-Bythe Ann Turner. .. .. .. ... "\) ., .. Public Relations Work
end thrills the other PrincintMeeting 3-A
ning out on the mem- t. in Your Area JExperie nee
night. The inco parable -
Not Necessary.Edg
Dwlke Mitchelland bership special.Costsgo NOW'S THE TIME TO ORDER Set ForWilling Work-
after the fif- ings
Willie Ruff pass- up Pocahontas-Briquets .
ed thru on their way teenth. C 0 A L Anthracite-Coke All residents of Precinct Io ,' ers.Call
Since we are commer- MRS, COAKLEYEL
to concert at are
stage a
cial, dig the radio ICE & FUEL CO.! important 6-3694
Bethune-Cookman. They 'LL SEASONS attend an .
New Deal has on A For Appointments
have added a drummerto cabs sIn NORWOOD AVI. PHONE PO 4-4511 meeting scheduled for
the streets.Just goes 20 at 7:30 -\ -fl
Natch 1EL1 p.m.
their act. : : ; : January -
Dwike had to jam with to prove what a lit- in the Church of God S {'4 Sfattdaid Oil Setutce
the boys.Dwike Char- tle competition can in Christ at the inter-
lie his drummer, Wal- Cf li< PHON[ ST. AUBUBTINC section of Steele and
ter Thornton, Teddy do.Last week was national JAJACK'S Blue Streets Important SOLOMON WESTON,OWNER

Washirtgt nJFritz But- sore throat or discussions the con- PHONE: E/6.7060
ler, Leo Dorsey, Geno something week. at WRH dition of the communityand
Son Jones what is in store
Gonzalez, C.A11 of the crew had '
Womack Howard and frogs :n their throats LigupR OPEN- WINE SUNDAY".BEER for 1961 will head a-

some more of the regulars and were helping each 14 MILES SOUTH LOVED ROVE RD. genda topics meet-* $ SAVE $
rocked at the other out. Dunno who ON PHILLIPS ing is being called y HOME IMPROVEMENTSFHA
sounded more like the the women's committee.
to Son Jones. Willie fog horn at the jet PMOPNIKTO FLORIDA & BANK LOANS

Ruff stayed home but ties.Ken and Abe King .
: Of A. L. lewis
Son with his steady ran a close tie. Dinner After the" Movie Snacks Rooms--Additions Terms To Suit You
the ladies,
beat came on. Folk course Porches-Carports 1 to 15 Years To
Ruth and Teresa Chicken Bacon Sausage PTA Meets Pay
seem to think that Pearlie Fried Enclosures-Roofing Consolidate, Your BillsSidingsBathsKitchens
bass is the versitle were still sounding Oysters FISH Eggs Hot'Cakes In One Payment
r (
Son's best gig. sweet. CoHee Milk Jan. 18-19
Walter Thornton and Gladys Williams of Shrimp AAA Construction l i

Son appeared at EWe the Deluxe staff is French Fried Potatoes Steak A. L. Lewis PTA will Company

Wednesday morning in back in circulation.A SPECIALIZING IN TASTY FOODSMADELINE'S hold its monthly
Hendricks Ave.
chapel.We should hear serious operation almost meeting Thursdaynight
her for COFFEE SHOP Phone EX 8-3523
more of this duo. threw
d>n. 19 at 7:30 p. m.
the the count.Renovation .
Arthur "Bobby"fcDon-
Air-conditioned All members are urgedto
ald dropped in for a of theKasonic attend this meeting
Temple is com Elgin 4-9962 1929 KINGS ROADHOLLEY'S
tho he
spell.Seems as
and also the executive
convoyed a very :important plete. Folk should I meeting which is FATS DOMINO
package back stop by and look at scheduled for Wednes-
to Florida. He will the bUilding. is row
Jan.18 at 1
day, p.m.
of Negro BAR-B-QUE With His
resume his duties as the equal any Both meetings will: be
owned office o r
recreational directorat
held at the school.
the Goldwater V.A. fraternal, building in Great OrchestraIN
facility New York the South or the
Country for that mat- '
Cjlty soon. PREMIER'SMeat
Willie 'Lee, .former ter. Much credit i s ,.,. PERSON
deserved by the Exe- __ .r
local gal and topflight Annie Reddick
song stylist, cutive Hoard of the Leroy Holley Waitress MarketFOOT '
is i n town for a Masonic order, Jesse
breather and to attend lane stopped by to "Bar-B-Que that's different" WED. JAN. 25 J : _T
to business.Willie tell us that he is in CHICKEN-BEEF-SLICED PORK OF WEST
now makes her the bail bond business 3604 Moncrief Rd. Neir 26th St. BEAVER ST. VIADUCT 8 P. M. To 12 P.M.Coliseum .
the third floor of
home in Miami.Roosevelt on
Rivers, the Temple.
Herb Gaines and Fred- Opal Po.tee, frau of PORK CHOPS 2

die L.Brown, all members our man FridayHarmon F
of the Eudweiser observed her natal la for : -

family flew t o St. day quietly: last week. Myrtle A> and Adams Phone EL 4-146$ $1.r -

Louis for the annual Twas hubby who paid Weiners

.confab this week.They for the pleasentries. lUlL WHITING .... or fn A Torriffk Stage Show & Concert

this are weekend.Freddiespent due back home commercial Ever hear which the goes TV LARGE ROE MULLET"YH Can't lut 'em"tams .... 29 C S.IUle 3 Ibs. J1..

last week home. like this, "Wonder SHYER, DRUM. ,,..1. .... -
Baffle Of The Bands"
Flash-Harry Puzi has where the yellow licks 5 Ibs.4Ic
moved from the Blocks went?" Local politicians BARGAIN DEPTIM
He and family are now and their IM fl..) VS

in the new Puzi domicile friends in Miami are KING MACKEREL STEAKS .... 4t.
in West Jackson- wondering where did "A tottte Lads DiskUTS T.U.Elite Club Steaks THE TORNADOES

the invites to the ..
ville.The Willie Dullards Cut P.su.lsWHOLE

have joined the innaugural ball go? RED ,SNAPPER .... &Ie I Ib.ttc' AMERICA'S NO. 1 ROCK AND Ron BAND
Ribault Heights set. For the uninformed,

Owen Stewart also' there will be a galaxy RED 'IASS' ..,EaR IAK1HG .....3h G.t Tickets Now And Save!
moved, In her new hcs e. of "balls" in' Pox THi miNDS 0....
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Washington next Fri FROM' Hf NORTH- .... SMOKED28c
Carol1n'R i 1 e y d They have reserved ill.I Advance $1.50 At Door $2.00!
Charles is o u t of the grand ballrooms lUCk SHAD .....................u. 3fc"ELUSIVE" r
town for a few days. the Statler I -;
of SHEEHfOSE 32i

is on t h e musical -The Rat race scuffle of the for week the SPANISH MAeKERELU... ,:.u3iVWamiA ABE LIVERTS RECORD SHOPS 3 PLACES
kick She and friend

Barbara Spears are new school post b and, FL6UMOER .......:..u... _a.- AND THE COLISEUM
very Much on the set the one.vacated y Fresh YOU WELCOME
and are planning a the winner. Qualifiedor IPEI (LEI TROUT ..............umFRESN .: ARE
'not-the boys 'are HAMS 45c !b.
real spectecuiar ; WATER IATFISH ...
\ ,off to. the bidding, ;:.u.tr j .
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