The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
January 5, 1963


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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f rnRARY OF'

To Vote Tuesday.. On Annexation Could Set Negroes Back 25 Years

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The year 1963 marks the centennial or ( See Pictares OB Pate 8J] through town after a few light drizzles.

100th year since the Emancipation of Negroes have shown disinterest and apathy I In registration -. the city during the past 25 years? LIBRARIES..only a few suMters ago, they

from slavery..and during that time and voting with the result that Actually, the City has failed miserablyin voted a new buu&ding to replace the

Negroes, for the most part, have gained the group is denied many benefi.ts.and the provision of services to' the city wooden structure ate prjM field Branch;

the sacred right of citizenship-the facilities in the way of improved streets, residents. Here are just a few of the Wilder Pars-' in TTre oCr d area is a

right. to vote. drainage, housing, lighting and recrea- inadequacies that still exist in the city shameful cubby-hole, housed, i illkwise. l l-

Negroes in Jacksonville and Duval Countywho tion..All. because YOU won't take the THE SEWER SYSTEM does not yet cover the equipped i arup'iJJ TstockedV Tt Moreover -

have acquired that 'right to vote' time to vote, and vote right. entire city. theya| (eJ', f TA break groundresidents

will have an opportunity to exercise that If Negro citizens have made any resolutions FIRE PROTECTION Is i inadequatesomeareas ; for the ned !n libr

right on Tuesday, Jan. 8, when one of the foremost among them should I be-the/ in the city are still without fire If the CUV f snotb ej/able to provide

most important elections in the past 25 resolution to register ,and vote in 1963. hydrants and another fire station is still the necessa>y neztfyoj/the city, in all

years will be held. Those who have already registered should needed in the 26th and Moncrief area. these Jears*, nbw-ifwTwnen doss i it hop to

I It i Is an election to determine whether resolve to vote on Jan. 8 because the result POLICE PROTECTION is far from sufficient do i( fo a w' era a?

certain ar.eas of the county will be annexed of this election will affect our More policemen are still needed to cover WAKE V era unty will

to the city and come under the jurisdiction lives and our children's lives. the entire city. get h rdt any Gro nts for years torltv

of the city government. behind Annexation have 'paint come ut i I e ng taxes to th< __
The people STREET IWROVEMENTS become a hilarious I
Failure to vote in the election next ed a rosy picture to the people of the joke when one observes the jagged, un- for fac lit es a city will be enjc r

:Tuesday, in this 100th year of Negro pro- County..that they will get city ,,sewe paved streets and the rugged, dirt-road 0 th of r nd City resident! F., o.

.' gress could set colored citizens of Du- system, fire protection, police protection walkways which should be replaced with end hex i pro fement programs mado 'i

val back by 25 years. The Issues involvedare street improvements, city dralnage F, sidewalks.AS to i I ec use the City wil 1

so far-reaching that no Negro citizen libraries and a host of other things. FDR DRAINAGE. It is iron after all aim ey av their hands full wto

who thinks of progress can neglecthis But before you vote, ask yourself one the money the City squeezed out of taxpayers -/ rov the cuntY. v'T

duty to vote on Jan. 8. question. How effectively has the City for the 'drainage program' (whlcly t t m play both of us--C wI

All too often Negroes in Duval County the aforementioned services for is all it ) stilI have re 'dents-for a sucker, Vi
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Action HiltsEilctrociliol Jix Mayor' Proclaims r w w m 9 Centennial L i i Fete N iaro "R.I.ctsf

TTTiriliif II I I nuiiiiiiii mmiM niiiimiiBi in NEGRO'

' 1. Job Offers _

Of 2 H roes WASHINGTON Deputy _

t, ;;,e-y y Assistant Secretary; of

dictments an ORLANDO.Orange County FLA.returned-grand In-by State has said been this Carl offered week T. Rowan that posts lie CHASE C S BURNERSYuletide

Jury against two lake
g with private _nets
County deputy sheriffs A organizations stating.. Fails t a a Hatred Hate Group's
falsifying. evidencemay
"I have indicated to
lead to anew trial
none of them that I an q r .. 1111.ill.tlo.
for two young Negroes -
willing to leave the t- '
convicted and sentenced government.' Efforts F- '
to death
on a charge of
!Rowan 37 is a former
raping a middle-aged Despite the prevalence
staff writer for' theM1nn'ealOlis of the Yuletide vrif
woman in March. <
I960 Tribune and l during the recent"ioli-

has written numerous days a hate group's
The two deputies
articles for a numbero F. t disregard of the Princeof
James Yates and Lucius ..ri
f the better known Peace's tine-honored
Clark, were indictedfor
national magazines., r message to all mankindwas
ailededly: falsifying i
evidence which led HISTORIC EVENT---Jacksonville Mayor- In his present post foiled when they at

Commissioner Haydon Burnsleftofficially he holds one of the tempted to burn a cross
to the conviction of
Jerry Chatman 26. and proclaimed Jan. 1, 1963 as' the first day highest government positions and to distribute anti-

Robert Shuler. 23. in of celebration of the signing of the ever held by a e r's Negro literature inn

September t9S '. The Emancipation Proclamation by President Negro Westside residential
.Florida State NAACP has Lincoln 100 years ago.Looking on arA Leon One of the private area_
organization'scials ,.. /wa4r11aa M' tiMML! *" .
of ofnaspaper .
undertaken the legal Gonsalez (center) one the.local <: atarteti
defense of the jonnj ,.... and Rev.. .Samuel.P. Nesbitt.; ; director which offered hln ..ajob"waarfei [ the ineUVrtrt.. at
midwestejrn rP approximately 9 p. *.* ,,
of the year-long: Emancipation ; <
colored !: who
are no*
e Con Y k ni ht whea
syndicate, Rowan r T .r la t Sunday
observances for Jacksonville.
in death cells In the
two sitting in a car .
tinued. mefcr V
stat prison at Raiford. (Royal Art Studio Photo) In to* 11' 0-block-ot ;
* * *
Deputy Yates was involved Scriven St. noticed a

in the notorious arload of men getting
Groveland ,,Fla., case 28 Negroes 10 Whites 1; out of their vehicle at

of 1949. Both he and the intersection of

Clark worked under ._ Scriven St. and Cleveland -

Sheriff Willis McCall Slain Here In 1962Reports Rd.Fitnesses.

who in 1952 shot and noticed that

killed Samuel Shepherdand this week revealed fence ranged from robbery WELLKNOHN JAXON Robert M. Harvey (left) of 1080 Scriven st. ,$hows one man was carry!eg a

seriously wounded that 38 people Jealousy and had put a dime into akitty" onlookers scene where hate group. burr/ed fiery cross and were container and then

Walter Lee Irvin while died from slayings in frayed tempers. to buy some foiled trying to distribute anti- eg'o literature at the inter- started sprinkling its

conducting them to Greater Jacksonville According to the city's whiskey when an argument section of Scriven and Cleveland Sts. last Sunday night. Lookingon contents on the ,r UBd.

court for a new trial during 1962, 28 of the homicide investigators, ensued over the are Albert Cfawford (center* ) and Alyson E. )Wise, STAR news Another of the group

ordered by the U.'S. victims being Negroes.In only three of the 38 amount of money he editor.l..A..l..l.... .. ... ... \,. .. (Billy\ Brown Photo) struck a match and the
"i ? n* a aa-
Court. Yates
Supreme almost half of the ; flames followed a pattern
slayings unsolved contributed. Someone
was in the escort part cases the accused werereleased.followinl with detectives .fired a shot The incident Woman Victim I IIn I Negro Promoted, To Top Post of crudely burning

and according to Irvin a still working on the took placo April fiery cross.
ATLANTA -- A Negro going mail on one shift
engaged in the shooting preliminary hearing, mysterious killing of 27 at 827 Davis St. Strange postal employe has been under the title of The two men then

Shepherd and Irvin were the report also noted. Eddie Pinkney, 38, of The year's three promoted to the highest foremen. started the! r car and

.two of four Negro Weapons used during 957 W. Ashley St. the final months--October, Shooting Case post ever held by a Johnson's promotion started driving toward

youths convicted in the the bizarre incidents "deaths; of cab'drl ver November and Decemberhad -- A 27-year-old woman was member of his race it was believed due to the scene of the fire.

Groveland frame-up in. included pistols,knives, Eugene Mlckler 55, and the worst records shot last Tuesday while was announced here strong protests from ARROUSES WATCH DOG
which questionable shotguns and fists, and At about the same time
when 18
Edna Mae Emoak, 41. for slayings sitting in a car talking Tuesday. civil rights groups
shoeprint casts. were reasons for the vio-Nut'l Pinkney,reports state. persons were slain to man, police reports George W. Johnson 39, during the past several wellkaowa Jason Robert M.
lives at 1080
introduced as evidence A & M Bind indicated.Miss former foreman of the months when the status Harvey who
during the trial. Scriven St. was tryingto
Suppressed speech Alia Rene Collier special delivery section of Negroes in postal
In the 1960 trial of oilet his dog ?on-
On TVMIAMISpec1al ,has assumed charge
of 1567 f. 23rd Street service was voiced in
Qhatmtn and Shiner the c ho* who had began I
of Incoming and out-
) me stated that she was waitsjug strong complaints.
prosecution introduced barking furiously and
nation's premier university Is Nai'l Peril at hone for amen to * *
as evidence plaster was trying to get out
marching band-- come by when a car stop- Enters National Contest
casts of shoeprlnta belonging doors from the rear _-
to the accused Florida A. and M. Uni ped in front of her door

men allegedly taken at versity's famed Marching Says Roy Wilkins and the driver blew the house.trance of Harveyk

the scene of the crime.. One Hundred" --will ., .., --- --- horn. Thinking it was *
CLEV2LA Onio The southern ;Negroes Harvey said that Poncho"
1D, prisals
two years later two make its national tele- the mm whom she was expecting -
suppression of dissent have endured since M contiaued his ex-
former Lake County deputy vision debut Sunday, she went out to
en the rice issue in the 1954 "constitute no new cited barking OB the
sheriffs Thomas January 6, when the the uar.
South tends to "make or startling or frightening outside and he then returned -
Ledtlrd and Noel Griffin crack aggregation appears It was not the expected
doubly difficult the thing. They have the dog back to
Jr., charged that as the featured caller but a man she
exercise of reason In lived with these since the boase.
the casts were not made musical attraction at had not seen in several .
other areas and -th: us to slavery days--through Immediately after some
at the scene ovf the the third annual Pro months she said. Miss ..
give the Fnow Nothings i ,neighbors knocked oa
a the ins erred ms when
crime but in Clark s Playoff Bowl here which Collier said the man ...,
perilous peter." NAACP failure cant certain ,. Harvey s front door mad
backyard contrary tc will be televised over asked her to sit in thecar.
Executive Secretary Roy death.' the NAACP he Joined them oa the
the testimony ,of Yates the Columbia Broadcasting While sitting there
Wilk ins wars d in ad- outside.
an leader asaerted.
and Clark. talking for several .
dress prepared for de- !A hundred years after _, Meanwhile, the cross
she heard
Last August NAACP The game will match
1 every at the convention Em me pat 1m with the burners had takes a hasty -
lolse and asked the
attorney Francisco Rod- the Detroit Lions of
the Sixties departure at tine Approach
of the beech Association pace of so
if he had shot her and
rigue: of Tampa filed a the Western Division of
of America here. much swifter then that of the first two
motion for a new trialon the National Football he answered no, saying
One of a pael of there of the Forties, these .en's car. A0 they left.
the basis of the League against the that :t was a fire cracker
speakers on the topic. citizens are not about they dropped a stack of
charges made by the Eastern Division runners she continued GLAMOUR MAGAZINE CONTESTANT---Picked from .
'Free Speech in Times to throw in the towel. printed literature captioned
former deputies. In his -up, the Pittsburgh Adding that she did not the lovely co-eds at Gibbs Junior Col-
of Crisis. Mr. Wilkins They know that freedom : "Stop Integration'
petition, the lawyer Steelers. ........_.... reviewed the Sooth's o f speech coma 1 ifs 1 t- feel anything she said lege in St.Petersburg. Florida, is lovely "All Negroes
ale included a letterfrom she got out of the car
Miss Alletha
Chriotaaa, eve. traditional denial of self. They know that amen McKenzie, sophomore busi- partielpatiBg is aay IB-
the rape victim NAACF Field Secretary free speech to anyone- who cannot cry out. and went into the houseto ness education major of Sarasota.Florida. tegraioa movemeat par-

exonerating Shuler of Robert W. Saunders reports Negro or white northerner be heard and be Judged her bedroom and fall FJiss McKenzie chosen "Miss GJC" by tic laxly the NAACP. are
the h"an e.. is antici- to the floor. Sbe lookedat fellow students will be ore of
that it or southernerwho according to hi s several la danger of losing Jobs
On August 29 Circuit pated that Chateau and challenges the status comtry s highest lawBight her poat nnd saw a co-eds vying to be included aapne :l Inre property, and life. We
Court Judge W. Troy Shuler will receive hole In it and felt Ten Best College Girls in Aceri'da. .' \*' '
a in race reI atbns. as well be dead... : will destroy anyose who ,
Hall granted a sty 0 f new trial in light of He quo cited instances ihe/ and their scattered blood on her body, then (GJC Staff Photo 8.YJtLeo Ballard) crosses the 'olor lime.

execution for the two the indictments returned ranging, from threats tc allies among southern she knew she had been Gift i From JFK" We will not permit aiming -

men who were scheduledfor against the county law of southern shot reports revealed. NOT !" sig.ed:'I" CON-
violence mite people are adding 10EK NAACP Exe- orde\.t annrnr racial dig
death on Sept. 6. enforcement officers.The suppression of dissent. a fresh page to the glorious die called police and chive Secretary Roy IiI- crimination to federally PATE .,Dll iMUIa.

The grand jury began NAACP is seeking to The result of this de- history 0 f am' e was taken to Dival Medi- kina has written to assistWiousing. Tb e (ederroued.........upellM.......
investigation on raise funds to defray. mend for coat: rmity. he struggle to win and to ""cat: = Center.* The bullet President Keaedy thinking executive Order was is. that tae foep interests
Dec. 10 and returned wound in the back of
coasts ol the lepl' defense said 'C:2: U 1 d be secure liberty' Mr.Tilkins was him for his "crasued on Nov. 20. of oar AssoeiatioB tie

Yates indictments and Clark against .of- the condemned national disaster"The .mncl med.. /* the: .. right shoulder. cious presentation' of In his letter to th< tee order BM Mea recognized -

oc .en.' i' ..* repressions end re- ............... * * one of the pens used In President Mr. Wilkins is this tB B...tealS

signing the Pre 1deDt' a said: "We are please felicitation. "

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MAM OFFICE & PLANT: According to Atlanta Constitution Business

.I,.: : : ... 4 Editor Jim Montgomery, white citizens who
7323 ttaHfrjef Itead_-Ptee' Elgin 4-6782 EL 4-6783 profess to be mystified by this year's

vastly stepped-up campaign on the part of
Mafeg Amass: j's of Atlanta Negroes to secure a better

P. 0. Box 561, Jacksnvie 1, Flerida economic attacking break what,the principally Negroes regard by-

I as discriminatory employ-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES ?pans .? ment practices, may be enlight- ,

ened by a look at some depress-
a' Jr
One Tear $6.00 Half' Year $4.00 ing long-term income trends.

Hailed to you Anywhere In the united States Depressing, that is, from the

Subscription payable in Advance Negroes' point of view.

Send Check or Money order to: 1 wal These new facta of Negro
i u economic life in Atlanta are
FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 ; wry
v offered here as a follow-up SIMPSON
Jacksonville 1. Florida ,'
1 f' recent news reports on a comparison Qf
:' ,1 local white and Negro family incomes in


% ;J; ) A. iPRESIDENT'S new U. S. Bureau of Labor StatisticsBLS
( ) study published then showed that the
average annual income of Negro families in

Atlanta was $3,307, or only 48 per cent of
is the most vital of all Individual the Atlanta white family average of $6,894.It .

freedoms? Most people, if they could choose also showed thaton a per capita basis

but one, certainly would stress the rightto ORDER ON DISCRIMINATION IN HOUSING, WON'T EFFECT HIM Negro income here averaged only 45 per centas

speak out--more formally known as free- high as white income here in 1960-,002 ,
dom of speech. versus $2,224.

And it is a freedom which has been dearlywon The BLS has now made available cOMparable

over the long centuries. It is, too, a income figures by race for 1950.
freedom which can easily be lost and has Your Weekly And they show that in Atlanta during the

been lost. Writing in the current issue of past decade:

the Reader's Digest Albert Q. Maisel tells, 1. The average income of Negro families

in brief form of the struggles that "the : -- increased by only 31.86 per cent, or $799,
right to speak out' involved throughout 11i:: Horoscope Guide from $2,508 in 1950 to $3,307 in 1960.

history.The 2. The average income of white families

concept of free speech is very old. In increased by 49.22 per cent, or $2,274

399 .B.('. Socrates wrote: "The sun couldas By PABLO The ASTROLOGER from $4,620 in 1950 to $6,894 in 1960.
easily be spared from the universe as I 3. Average per caoita Negro income increased -

free speech from society. Life that is not WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR by only 23.86 per cent, or $193,

tested by discussion is not worth living." BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL from $809 in 1950 to $1,002 in 1960.

Yet, Mr. Maisel reminds us, Socrates was 4. Average per capita white income increased -

put to death for speaking his mind. The by 44.4 per cent or $684. from
concept was there--but the inalienable ARIES $1,540 in 1950 to $2.224 in 1960. '
level the better the business 'activities. influenced Thus in terms if average annual family
right was not. Born March 21st thru be too greately ,
The Dark Ages, lasting over hundreds of April 19thIt chances of some kind of After th'at. the tide by the problemsor income, Atlanta Negroes lost ground to
years, silenced all voices save for those an agreement being hammered seems to turn against adverse conditionsthat Atlanta whites during the decade of the
which supported and served the ruling is most ta\Urable'toJ" I cut. Differingviews you. and you will only arise city* s most rapid growth.At .

cliques. Then, In 1215, a new seed was you to bring matters to as to how family run into greater diffi- g80221424812AQUlIUS the same time, while consumer pricesin
planted when the barons of England forced their desired conclusion. :Income and outgo shouldbe culties if you trf to Atlanta were staging a 22.8 per cent
King John to sign the Magna Carta at Runny- There are signs of delays 1 regulated could beth swim against it. The Born Jan. 20+h thru advanceNegro per capita income .

mede.Mr. Maisel observes' unwitting1Lteybeibedtbring"to -. anj problems that e factor that c ctributea truth of this assertion ,,.:. '- ,...-- Feb. '18th rTt ''-,_ Jy kept<<:; up with .tpe cost of: )J.hifllfr
- .:rill che& 'your. Drogress; to !! birth thelintitutlonQoi.Parliament l .::You seem to offlygintil ;' ;much as Ith1B inqome 4n createdp .
from tbe'lOtb on..caormw.a '-orl.BlnatLlonB; _,i'Do'notventure 4 7 cu un1"ees_'yo.i have .. cent.. : .
> ;....:- v. : .. --v. ,," ; 1- the 9th .vto ttnijsli1tasJc er .
"The New World.."_ Mr, 'Maisel"quickened goes on, -orlao..pltcations'in, u.. a(: xmtdoors*:now'ot,..;;;.Calosen to accept it inegtlrstpl s_th sf.may JJ e_ termed Little wonder'then;*the .nt<&nslttixiefforts _Ne
soda! life:: tend to depress any time this _month whm, Ce. --.' Breadbasket" '
the cause or treo speech. Tas'hjying priority over through 'Operation

But, again, the road to its realization was matter and how hanper sorely you.tried No the bad weather whan conditionsare feel 97dr661756976SCORPIO: anything else. Sbo' ld as well as federal coercive powers to break
or you
Then when .American independence became you fail in this purpose down discrimination barriers in the hiring
rocky. you feel, you cannot afford vulnerable to colds and
find y, ur h.wds and promoting of workers in all types of
a reality, the state constitutions incorporated to let your emo- other seasonal ills. you may
Born Oct. 24th thru tied 'and productivity employment.But .
bills of rights. According to tions get the better of 2-60-33-15-97-263) "
Constitution Nov. 22nd subject to grievous de- the BLS figures also illustrate a related
Pennsylvania t.
Mr. Maiselthe your good j dgemm A LEO
of .August, 1776, was the first in historyto fond friend could do Born July 23rd thru If you have not quite lays. Since you seem unable problem, that of educational creden-

provide explicitly that "the people much to make you see Aug. 22nd made up your rind about to express y mrself.wi tials, a generally-acknowledged indicatorof
the wish to th, optimism, yoir for the skilled jobs that
have a right to freedom of speech. things in their proper With Mercury poised to coarse you any Qualifications
that most follow you may have to cite; or associates could bring higher pay. .
So the long story goes. A right perspectives and to re- start retrograding on the
of' us take for granted was won only by store sagging.confidencein 12th. It is a sign that keep your plans underwraps" take exception to some From 1950 to 1960, according to BLS, the
-- .for the rest of of ideas or state- families in Atlanta maintained
centuries of rebellion, dangerous dissent, yourself. you have to stop, look : your heads of white -

bloodshed,martydrdom. And,let it be stressed. 5-20-11-14-74-521 and listen, from here on. the month., ,Social or ments. Taking risks the same average' in. -number, of yearsof ..
universal evennow. business c. I1mi tments. would only endanger harmony education 11.
J.T. Maisel quotes the former Soviet Born April 20th thru business and get yourself could unexpectedlyboomerang in your private nd Among local Negro families, however the
prosecutor Andrei Vi shinsky, who said: May 20th prepared for the new to your detriment public relations an] impose average number of years' ofeducation of
there is and Actions sets of problems that or result in an alpost unbear- declined from eight
"In our state, naturally, that have not heads of families only
can be no place for freedom of ,speech for been completed by the are looming on the partnership or competitive able strain on personal in 1950 to only six in 1960..

the foes of socialism." Then Mr. Maisel 9th should be suspended horizon. Trouble, af- wars. There is and Joint resources. This is explained at least in part, according -

concludes: "Our faith, today as when the until. the day next moqth fecting your personal and little hope of achievingmuch 5-10-44-19-32-514 to some observers, by the continued

Constitution was written, rests upon full when,y 01 will be given public relations, is until you have the PISCESBorn influx into the Atlanta area of Negroes

freedom of speech for critics of our the green light to renew apt to threaten making good will and complete Feb. 19th thru from rural areas who lacked either the encouragement -

government and the governing party as wellas them in a more ef- it desirable for you to operation of.those Marsh 20th or opportunity to get much
try and, forestall it in wfcTse) participation is
for its suooorters. fective manner. It may The unpredictabilitythat education. :
If: easeD till.
be depressing for those any way you accompanies the Another reason for Negroes' difficultiesin

THE "IF" IN TAX REDUCTION who are in commerce or would be a sad stake 3-80-77-19-27-387 views and actions 0 factual getting or advancing to better Jobs and
to get 2 motional ly involved -
who are placing their SAGITTARIUSBorn or potential associates higher pay, according to some major Atlanta -
Writing in Nation)' s Business Walter .W. trust in chance to bring with a glamorous Nov. 23rd thrt may rlso make employers who say they have eliminated -

Heller, who is chairman of the President them the desired wind- stranger. Dec. 21st your competitors:: formi- racially-discriminatory hiring practices ,

Council of Economic Advisors, says that fall. Take advantage of 4-50-55-16-39-451 The possibility: of effective dable. It seems to be in is that Negro job applicants who
taxes must be cut. In his words: 'It now the willingness of VIRGO( co-operation. is your over-all Interestto have received vocational training in segre-

seems clear that one of the chief reasons friends or professionalsto Born Aug. 23rd thru likely to diminish avoid comirg tc grips gated schools often either fail to pass or j

for the sluggish behavior of our economy put you straight in Sept. 22ndIt gradually, and almost with any of them, concentrating fail to score as well ,on aptitude tests as
over the past five years or so is the per- matters that are connected is very good for to a dead stop purely on white applicants.And .

sistent drag exerted by our present federal to your worldly social doings and thesynchronization come after the 12th. when doing your job on time so efforts to speed school desegrega-

tax system." aims and p etbcok.: of the Mercury starts retro to the best of your ability tion go hand in hand with moves to elimi-
There will be general agreement with that 0-22-13-27-3)2 hopes and purposes that Those who are on discrimination barriers as
grading. Con seep en tlj. nate employment
statement. And a tax reduction will come as are shared by: individual close business and affectionate terms witha Negroes here and elsewhere strive to climb
welcome news to all of us--if! GEMINIBorn partners. There is nc sake dearly beloved should of the economic totem pole.
monetary deals to : << from the bottom
The 'it" lies in whether or not the tax May 21st thru margin for error makingit arrive at an under-
that nothing
saving is offset and more by increased June 21st advisable to shun certain standing regarding their
to Jeopardize -
will come up
living costs, due to a new surge of infla- If you hav3 fallen dangerous tasks. adventures thea. You may have intentions before the

tion. And one of the surest ways to produce short of your goal, and inclement battle of end of the Sth.
inflation is found in successive growingand during the preceding weather. Should: you have in orderto .0-29-17-41'-639
wits, or wills
huge government deficits.The quarter you should Bake any ideas about walking Ton
old your: own.
intelligent--and safe--way to insti- a renewed effort to cap- ou t on the Job, ana must always be on the
tute tax reductions is to accompany them ture it. From then on. looking for a better me lookout for surprises

with the most stringent possible reductions you will simply have to you would do well to thatthose,. : in power are ] D W
in non-essential government spending. This wait fer new.openings wait until next tenth aptvto spring on you. .
means less welfare state--a renewed depen- that are not likely to when the prospects of -20-88-15-98-128 -
dence on local government to handle local be available until sometime success are somewhat : r1a rnllilUJJlli1f

problems--a similar renewal in indiv4dualelfreliance naot month. Irresponsible brighter. You may be 'CAPRICORNBorn Dec. 22nd thru

and responsibility--and the or cutting fairly comfortablee-! Jan. 19thIt
elimination of government from business statements on your part specially if you regain 0D

operations which can and should be con- c cold bring unexpectedand closer to home baseur is excellent for the

ducted by taxpaying, self-supporting pri- .sharp reactions from have all the time you mutual affairs of othersespecially
vate enterprise.You those who are Joined to need for rest and relaxation the syncbronlzatiim -

may or may not. like this prescription you and your interests. cf ideas regarding -

But either way it is the one the Althougi yon are more inclined 2-40-33-12-85-243 the future progress
national health demands. to resort to LIBRA and development of Osgood Jr. Pal atka. Pla president
logic to gain your ends Born Sept. 23rd thru close associates. Should Florida Congress of Colored Parents and

/oa tend to forget yourself Oct. 23rdAs the apparent obstaclesbe TeachersHrs.; Cooper Taylor.$ pbis, Icon. f
HOT POTATOAsbestos more readily and Mercury is due to economic in character president, Ladles Auxiliary of the National

glove is used to handle hot machine gun barrel bec me emotional. turn retrograde on the they msr be removed by Dental Association, and Bishop George ..
during a rid barrel-changeover by two U.S. Army para- 7-517-18-62-751 12th. resign yourself to both parties consenting Baber. Germantown, Pa. are leaders among
troopers on recent field maneuver. One of the most signi- CANCER the necessity ot' waiting to assume an equitable the thousands of ,March of Ames volunteers.
ficant changes in G. L equipment since World War II. the Born June 22nd thru somewhat longer for the Campaign workers for the Dues Drive
M-60 machine gun is now in use by U.s. and NATO share of tbe...;labor and raise
new forces as another boost to brushfire war preparedness. Much July 22nd results yea are trying sacrifices that may be funds to prev i& Sjdbfrliji* Mid to provide
lighter and more versatile than former models the M-60 The longer differences to obtain. It is fairly, made necessary to ear Ud for those crlpSI*< "by birth defects
is produced by the Saco-Lowell ordnance division of. Mare- remain on th3' talking good for, employment or mount them. Try not to arthritis and polio. -
mont Corporation.

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.. I r i d a State Airmen Given i Varied i Assignments i .


.," ..:.: ',,"\ nical training course

BY C. PARXAM JMNSQ ; ,':::;; ; < r' t, ,i,:.t for warehousing specialists


Airman Maddox, son of

' IT WAS' GRATIFYING TO KNOW that Jacksonville'sown t tI tt I : Mrs. Mary L. Maddox of

Bee Geraghty was chosen the minor league t 556 Walker Ave. Day-

manager of the year. The baseball fans in and :_ I tona Beach, was trainedto

around Jacksonville are grateful to those who .1 receive suppliesand F.

were responsible for the selection, but it could JI ira equipment from depots -

hardly be any other way. For the first time Jack- contractors and

sonville went into Triple A baseball, it won a I I local suppliers and to

pennant. it was Ben Geraghty who guided the Jack- I maintain them in pro

AofuMlle Suns to the first Triple A pennant. I LACKLAND AFB, Tex.-"- per storage until
NOBODY SHEDDED ANY TEARS over the loss in the f 'C: 1 Airman ThirdClass Homer issued. C
LACKLAND AFB, Tex. --- Airman Third Class Bonnie -
play-offs. During the regular season, it was Justa W. Johnson, son of Mrs. The airman receivedIn
Airman Third Class LACKLAND .. C. King, son of
daily routine with the players. They were out AFB, Tex. Ayree Johnson of 1320 Associate of art
Leon Thomas, son of Airman Basic Mrs. Fannie M. King of
there to do: a job and they did it. Tired worn and David V. 12th St. West Palm degree from Florida
Mr.and Mrs. Albert 1620h! 15th Ave., Taw,
weary after a strenuous season, the Suns went into Gauzy, son cff Mrs. Beach, Fla. is being A. and M. University' n
Thomas of 5613 Vernon Idella Ganzy of s Fla. is being reassigned -
the playoffs with only one thing in view, and 804 reassigend to Seymour
Road, Jacksonville, Frank Nelson Drive to Davis-Menthan
that was to give their best, win, lose or draw. Johnson AFB, N. C. for,
Florida, is being reassigned Panama City, Fla. is AFB, Ariz. for training
It looked like every game the Suns played, they training and duty as I
to Ft. Lee, being reassigned and duty as a cook.
were gfving all they had for a great manager, a an air policeman. ALBROOK AFB Canal
Va. for technical Francis E. Warren AFB Airman King, a 1962
congenial owner-general manager and an affable Airman Johnson recently !; Zone-..Captain ReginaldL.
training as a united Wyo., for training and graduate of Middleton
president.THE completed united !- Bassa of Hastings,
States Air Force cook. duty air High School, recently
YEAR 1962 HAS BEEN A BANNER year for Negro as an policeman. States Air: Force basic I Fla. has arrived here
Airman Thomas, who completed completed united States
athletes in every sport they took part in. They militar" tr-...*ug here. i for duty with a Car-
the first phaseof Airman Air Force basic military
were standouts in" baseball football, basketball, Ganzy recently The airman is a 1962 t, ribbean Air Command
his military train training here.
track and golf. There were other sports however.In completed United States graduate of Roosevelt unit. .
ing here, was selectedfor Air Force '
baseball, we are proud to mention Usury Wills, military High School.HOLLOMAN I' Captain Bassa, a military

the base stealing king of the major leagues, Tommy the specializedcourse training here. sales store offi- * *
on the basis of He is a 1959 graduateof w :,
Davis of the Dodgers, the batting king, Hank t : cer, was previously
his interests and apti ; ..,
Rosenwald High School WRIGHTPATTBR30N AFB.Ohio ,
Aaron, the Milwaukee Braves' Most Valuable Play v l assigned to Self ridge
tudes. I. ..
er; Willie Mays of the Giants, baseball's highest AFB, Mich. Son of Mrs. Staff SergeantVan

paid player; Frank Robinson, of the CincinnatiReds' The airman attendedNew LACKLAND AFB, Tex... Jimmie A. Bassa,Hastings, M.Snith Jr. of

slugging outfielder, Leon Wagner, the home stanton High Schoolin + +4 Airman Basic Douglas M. he attended Tuskegee Hannibal, Mo., has arrived -

run slugger of the Los Angeles Angels and others Jacksonville, Fla. Dorsett of West Holly- (Ala.) Institute.His here for reassignment

too numerous to mention. wood, Fla. is being wife, the former with the

FOOTBALL HAS PRODUCED ,ITS OWN individual stars ..mi reassigned to StewartAFB Vivian Wynn of 231 United states Air

such as Tim Brown John Henry Johnson, Bobby. N. Y. for training McGregor St. Lebanon, Force band.Sergeant.

Mitchell, Jim Brown Frank Clarke, Amos Marsh, and duty as a roads Tennessee. and their Smith, a

Amos Bullocks, Jim Parker, Roosevelt Grier, I and grounds specialist. two children are with musicianwas previously

Roosevelt Brown. This is just a list from the I Airman Dorsett recent- him at Albrook. assigned to the Mist

pro ranks. Now if you remember there were some i i v ly completed United Air Force baud at

the ranks States Air Force basic Hickaaa AFB, Hawaii.A .
mighty fine performers among college -. .
also. If you kept up with collegiate football, military training here.A :I1: ::,, S graduate of Douglas

you remember, the names uf such players as Bobby 1961 graduate of a.r a tt High School, Hannibal,

Lee Bell of Minnesota, Dave Robinson of Penn. LACKLAND AFB, Tex. -.- Attucks High School, r is the son of Mr. and

State, Kermit Alexander UCLA. Larry Fergusonof Airman Basic Hubert L. Hollywood, Fla. he attended Mrs. Van M. Smith of
and others. LACKLAND AFB, Tex.- Kentucky State :>{' 1100 Rock St.Hannibal.
Iowa many Harris, son of Mrs.
SANTA CLAUS WAS A MIGHTY fine man. Old Santa Airman Basic Issac Jimmie L. Harris of Colle e. The sergeant is mar-
AFB, N. M.-.- ried to the former
answered a letter that was written to him from Cross, son of Mrs. Cantonment, Fla. is ,..
Technical Sergeant JohnW. Rose E. of
the Hog Maw Bowl asking him to please reach down Aldine M. Golden of being reassigned to Houstop
Bacon of Jackson 500 Houston St. Coooa,
in his bag and find a victory for the Florida 1404 Madison St. Pa- Sheppard AFB. Tex. for ville I, r _.
Fla. has
been ; Florida.Mrs. .
ry "
Gators against the Penn State Lions. Santa was lat a, being Technical training as
assigned to the Air Smith is a grand-
reminded that the Rattlers had lost -in the Orange reassigned to KeeslerAFB a United States Air ..
Force Missile Develop neice of J. L. William
Blossom Classic, the Hurricanes had lost up in New 'Miss. for train- Force aircraft maintenance -
ment Center here. LW7LA"CND of Jacksonville.
York and the Floridians did want to see a victorycome and specialist
ing duty as a personnel Sergeant Bacon, an
to one of the bowl representatives.IT ,specialist. Airman Harris, who
aircraft instrument repair * *
IS HARD TO KNOW what the Gators did to the Airman Cross recently completed the first :
AF3 Tex.
technician, has ---
Lions, but whatever it was, it was a good job. It completed United states phase of his military served overseas toursof Airman Third! Class Bl rt. KEKSLKH.AFB. WiH.. ---

seemed that when the Gators got to moving the Air Force basic military training here, was selected duty in Japan, North Willmer, son of Mr. >\1.1 Lieutenant James Kelly,

,Cionegwere couplet ely 'confused...everything. they training*here. for the specialized Africa, Saudi Arabia Mrs. Archie Willmer of son of Mr. an*| Mrs. James
=did"wse=moron.r.i The airman.a1961 graduate course B, Ken :;r. of 7Jft olive
..,... on the and Greenland. Wlndham Drivi, Fort
.- "-.. : <. of Central Academy. basis of his Interests; St. PalatkH, FlA*_ Is
:-JJij:;FT' now ItS PtJps/ .. .i; "attended; 'Florida A''.. and aDd aptitudes.'L.. -i,;.;., H1&h-SCbool'A''tiraduatel. sa" +Stanton b.TIIOD .,''''- CJU1AnD Al"a -r.]I--- -wa'7t--iaoae. rr.ra.fu.9.akC 4 p\. fDaVlAMont1n -

for those whothink M. University. He is a 1961 graduateof of Albert L. Bacon, Airman Third Class AFB, Arl .. lowing his graduation

young II Ransom High"School.- 1841 Arletha St. Jack James F. Baker, son of for training j and dutyas from the united Stuls

r,4; sonville. He and his Mr. and Mrs. Carlton an air IK.'!iceman.
'il : ? ', ? ?: Air Force course for
; wife the former Martha Baker of 2503 N. Orange Airman tfillmer recently BU'Jcation officers

: .i tJ Gomez of 1125 10th !ave. ,Sarasota, Fla. is ;3 oi leted united States Ijere.Lieutenant.

.. Ave. Tampa, Fla. have being reassigned to Air Foro-s 'asic military Kelly received

four children. Forbes AFB, Kan. for training here.Decline .
f training in the
,; k ,i "r, L ,.i\ training and duty as operation, maintenance

an administrative OfferT f'.JfI; manae<*,iit of radio,
$ y 3 t specialist.
teletype and cryptographic
"fl ins Airman Baker a 1962 ALLAH ASS EE Th eFloridaA&f comaunJefrtioos
graduate of Booker High University eQUipment an 4 I systems.
School, recently completed Rattlers declined an invitation
He is a 1961 graduate
United States to play In the
of Florida A. and M.
Air Force basic military proposed: Santa Bowl against -
\ sr University at Talla

training here. I'lngsville.Texas A&I Texas.Collegeof hassee.

HOT p.M.n Miq to tki MttMt I Airman Basic Louis J. Airman Basic Albert E. ..........m.s..lost .............!.._..._.*
.... '
W.tMMf Ptpl limit ...
L. _.IpII\IItIt....bile II PEPSI. -CeIA Quarterman, son of Austin, son of Mrs.
MMT to*K>ff}IT l Wl ."". W. of L.- B Continental Bowling i
George ,Quarterman Clara Austin of 1-D Ft.
hu lL,......-IIf.,.,.,,w..r, ,, ;' e
.. 402 & 11th St., Fernan- West Fla. ;:
-- -- --- --- ---- Village, Key '
I -
dina Beach Fla. is is being reassigned to tr' ) done B
P -' -I :0118) Fdgewood Lanes _
being reassigned to Amarillo AFB, Tex. ; "" : Off Cleveland 768-34Q3
WHEN i YOU ARE ILL Homestead AFB, Fla. for technical trainingas .
\"' for training and dutyas a United States Air Airman Basic Charles E. S s'5 aa

You Seek The Best Doctor an administrative Force aircraft maintenance a
L' Wise of 636 Kissimmee w ..ra .
When Your Doctor prescribesGet specialist. specialist.
St. Tallahassee Fla. aa
Experienced Pharmacists Airman Quarterman recently Airman Austin, who a .
is ,being reassigned to .
.According to Your Doctor's completed United completed the first' a .
Truax Field, Wis. for
.,," <'. '- :-' Orders. We use only The State Air Force basic phase of his military aB
training and duty as an
Dr. C. E. Black aa
Best o ality Drugs here.
military training
training was selected infbrmatlot specialist. -: aB

Proprietor The airman is a 1962 for the special- Airman Wise recently B -

3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU graduate of Peck High ized course on the a .
completed United States aa
School. basis of his interestsand .
A CCBffilCTE! LINE OF * aptitudes.He Air Force basic mili- .

Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies SundriesPRESCRIPTIONS LACKLAND AFB, Tex.--- tary training here. aa a
is 1960 graduate .
4t .pa .
CALLED FOR AND IELIv EDLilly's Airnan Basic Bert W. The airman, a 1957
Gantt, son of Mri; and of Douglass_ High graduate of A. and M. t,. : a

Mrs. Ciarlie f. Gantt, a High School,Attapulgus, 555 .
Drag Store 1173 Logan fits Jacksonville Ga. attended FloridaA. ,M- a

Fla. is being and M. University. .a eea a.- -
reassigned to Keesler

1907 KINGS ROAD El 3-8276 ifs Miss. for technical * E A Series Of Special Events =

training as a united AMARILLO AFB, TeL---
: For Your Bowling Pleasure E
States Air Force radio
Airman Third Class Ernest -

'UiNERS and radar maintenance Maddox of Daytona 0a ---- .

SkintonBlill specialist. Beach, ,Fla. is being : LADIES DAY FAMILY IIIIJNI E Et

Airman n&ntt, who completed reassigned to Germany B U

the first phase following his gradua- t UQTXUAYb .

of his military training :GLAND AFB. Tex.--- tion from the united aa TUESDAYS 10 to 2 a.... -

ter. here was selected for Airman Third Class John States Air Force tech- a 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. j Adults -_ 3 cases 1.00 =
the specialized course on : Ladies -- 3 games $1.30: "
P. Hall of St. Petersburg c5l ildZen.2f$ Der lIMe :

the basis of his interests Fla. is being DER FUtL = Be sure to register for -

brighter. and aptitudes. reassigned to Hoaestead t FREE PRIZES FREE GIFTS

Re Is a 1962 graduate AFB' Fla. for trainingand / "." a Bowling Shoes and Bags t $10.-$7.50 & $5. :

& of New Stanton High air : Free GAme Tickets
as an Grocery Baskets :

sKin School. poll cm&n. t' .. .
= ,.,
Airman Hall, son of ItftJj I RED r
t Ttstitf CuterTAiJHASSEE o

.... to_ Florida John Seventh H. Hall Ave. S.of,1819 St. "'-IIUrbOR ASHt a YOUTHS DAY t MEN'S BAY 5

We lWeI JIM University has been a aa
Petersburg, recentlycompleted SATURDAYS -
........ designated as a testing united States FUEL 10 a m. to 6 p.-. t i

.,... ... center tor the 1963 nationwide THURSDAYS
Air Force basic military : Youths 25$ per game I
./iNfgMt administration 10 a.>R. to 2
training here. !ill s.L a'a
of the National 'l'eacherExainatlonsr1rhich
will A graduate of St. EmmaMilitary PRIZES t 3 des -- $1.00 >i
be given OB February 16,< Acadeay, pow- ......... 01 P....... Free Game Tickets .
''ttntr 1"'ttw5 hatan, Va. the airman AD Ssla Fuel Ca.U M S
anscnced Dr. A.A. #brah akr.M varying Attended Nareerr ne&&att ntmaammsuummnmmnmuummamBmmmmmummmmmmmmmmmum'il ervic'
wM a..n .. I
6 &a, director of the attended Florida A. and $)tro$ 4-4511.r.A. '

test service tureca. H. University. I J

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-- i Miss Annette Harper Is December Bride Little- ar er Vows Exchanged

In Impressive Ceremony HereMiss
:-i I
---- -- -- -. -.:- -- .: Annette Veronica Harper and Dr. Solomon T. Little Jr., exchanged vows duringa

Nuptial Mass celebrated at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, December 29 in St. Pius Catholic

With i Church.
LOUISE G. GUINYARD The bride is the The bride was beauti- gown and an orchid Miss Thclmetla Argrett,
of and ful in of Miss Joan Barnes, and
With the frenzied of activities daughter Mr. gown pure corsage.
pace during the
Christmas Mrs. William T. Harper. silk peau des QJ. Mrs. Etta Lee Brocks Miss Hampton
Holidays, we can only hope to mention Gifts
briefly ,the many social events The bridegroom is the featuring a smooth and Mrs. Hortense were by
of and Mrs. panel front, bouffant Williams-Gray introduced Mrs. Vera Davis, Mrs.
As we said before, The Smart Set Bridge Club son Mr.
started it all, with a never-to-be forgotten Solomon T. Little, Sr. sides and back, and a guests in the receiving Mildred White, Mrs.

cocktail party at the Eldorado Club. This affairwas of Tuscaloosa Alabama. floral spray of ,imported line at the reception, Thelma LewisMrs. Sylvia
held the Friday preceding Christmas.On Father Anthony Keil,. lace with seed pearl held immediately after BartleyMrs. A. Jeaklas,
S.S.J., officiated at insertion appliquedon the ceremony in Brew- and Mrs. Sara Bellinger
Wednesday, December 26, friends of the
Mrs. Miller
the double ring cere- one side of bodice ster Hospital Cafeteria. Carolyn was
PI ajar Club, Inc., was treated to a gay eveningat
the tJ mony. Music was pro- and skirt. The dress Greeting gu/sts were bridal consul taut.
group e Thirty-second Anniversary Dance,
held in the Exhibition Hall of Civic Auditorium vided by Mrs. Alpha had a sweetheart neck- Mr. and Mrs. WilliamT. Out-of-town guests
Attendance at Hayes Moore, organist, line. Her headpiecewas Harper, Mr.Vand Mrs. included Mrs. George
the ball
represented the first and a choral ensemble. a beautiful minia- Solomon T. Little, Sr. Bugg, St. ',ouis; Mrs.
visit to the auditorium for many of the guests,
Given in marriage by ture crown of pearls.The Dr. and Mrs. Soloaojj T. Samuel Gray, Tuscaloosa;
who were favorably Impressed with the modern A
accommodations. ,her father, the bride exquisite four- Little, Jr., "iss Emily Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
chose her sister Miss tiered bouffant veil Harper, Miss Constance Edwards, Tuscaloosa;
Billy Moore' Band
s provided music for the oc-
casion. __,!,v 'Emily Harper, as maidof was of the sheerest Miller, Miss Pearl Lit- Vrs. Bertha Lee Mauldin. ,
FlaJax members and their wives f ."t ;; honor. Other attendants Imported English il- tle, Miss Mary Frances Tuscaloosa; Mrs. Eleanor
were presented
during intermission. Officers of the club are f Jf included her lusion. She carried a Wilkinson, Miss Mary and Steele, Tuscaloosa; Mr.

C. E. Simmons, jr., president; Dr. J. R. Hender- cousin; Miss Constance prayer book, on whtch Washington, Miss Barbara Mrs. Solomon Wash-

son, vice president; R. A. Brown, sr., secretary; Miller of Ocala,. Fla.; rested a bouquet of Bonner, Miss Sandra ington and son, Tusca-
the bridegroom'ssister white orchids and step- Wilson JoosaMr.; and Mrs. Mandy
Dr. George W.
L. I. Alexander, treasurer; E. L. Harris, busi- \ Whitten
Miss Pearl hanotis. The Tuscaloosa;Mrs.
only Buggs James Joyner
ness manager; Doc Taylor of Palatka, chaplain;
Dr. E.H. Washington, sergeant-at-arms; and J : Little of Tuscaloosa; jewelry worn was a Jr., Kenneth 0. Rourke, Mary Penney, Tuscaloosa;
Attorney Earl M. Johnson, parliamentarian. "J: Miss Mary Frances Wilk- string of pearls, a Curtis Young, Herbert Mr. and Mrs. Willie
inson, of St. Louis gift of the bridegroom.Bridal : Todd; Samuel Gray Minor, New Orleans; Mr.

.............................. J: -> s 'Mo.; Miss Mary Washington attendantswore Nathaniel Will is,Brenda and Mrs. Herbert Corbin,
,' Miss Barbara Bon identical princess Harper, Jamea Harper, Tallahassee; and Mrs.

The Eldorado Club was again the scene of a very ner, and Miss Sandra style dresses of red Eroll Schell, and Regi- Julius Harper, Gainesville -
entertaining Christmas party, complete with Wilson. Brenda Harper, taffeta, with a cascadeof nald Iszard. ;Miss Julie Boston

live music, on Thursday evening, December 27th. sister of the bride, tiny cabbage roses Miss Marilyn Wesley Lillingtoi, N. C. ; Mr.

Les Elite Bridge Club was hostess to this gala served as junior below the waistline in kept the bride's book, and Mr & Reginald MUr-
affair. Guests were hearty in their praise of BRILLIANT CEREMO Y---One of the most bridesmaid. Flower back. Their gcwns also assisted by Miss Julia ray, Gainesville; Mr.

the group for providing such an entertaining brilliant events of the recent holiday girl was Jamea Harperof featured the sweetheart Miller, cousin Of the and Mrs. James Miller

I evening. season occurred Saturday, December 29 when Gainesville, Fla. neckline. They carried bride. Hostesses at the Ocala; Miss Frances

Mrs. Ann McIntosh is president of Les Elites Miss Annette Veronica Harper, popular cousin of the ride.> bouquets of fuchsia reception included Mrs. Solomon, Washington,
\Club. socialite, became the bride of Dr. SolomonT. Serving as best man mums, trimmed with green Frances Johnson, Mrs. D. C. ; Miss Sylvia Mo-
Little of Tuscaloosa. Ala. The impressive man Baltimore Md.; and
for yhe bridegroom was tensil balls. The maid Josephine Moman, Mrs.
.............................. nuptial mass was celebrated in St. Dr. George W. Bugg of of honor's bouquet had Rebecca Martin, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ray

Pius Catholic Church, Rev. (Fr. ) Anthony St. Louis. Groomsmenwere green roses added. The Elaine Mays of Albany; Grant of Grambling,

appa Alpha Fraternity's annual Christmas Ball, Keil S.S.J. officiating. Nathaniel Willis, flower girl carried a Mrs. Anna H. Grant, La.Mrs.
hud. in the Duval County Armory, received due St. Louis; Samuel Gray, basket of red garnet Miss Margaret Baker, Little is a .graduate -

attention on Friday evening, .December 28. * Tuscaloosa; Herbert roses. Miss Iva Baker, Miss of Fisk University,
U many guests of the fraternity danced to the Todd, St. Louis; Curtis Mrs. Harper chose a Marilyn Madry, Miss there she majored in
music of Alvin Downing and his band. Their re- ,If s you !Lnovv a family with a child born Young, St. Louis; Ken- lovely kelly green lace Jacquelyn Baker, Miss English. She is a member

luc ante to depart from the scene was a strong with a defect ask them to seek aid through neth 0. Rourke, Tus- gown with matching ac- Penelope Tolbert Miss of Alpha Kappa Alpha
indication that this enjoyable affair could their local chapter of the National Founda caloosa; and James cessories for her Betty Richardson Miss Sorority.Dr. .

have been extended over a longer period. tion-March 'of Dimes. Join the 25th Anniversary Joyner, Jr. Eroll daughter s wedding, and Sue Ann Matthews, Miss Little did his col-
Kappas and their,wives and/or sweethearts formed March of Dimes in January and fight Schell was junior usher wore an orchid corsage. Ozepher Harris of Tam- lege work at St. Louis

the usual circle for the "Sweetheart Song"durind crippling birth defects, arthritis and and ReglnaldIszard The bridegroom's mother pa; Miss Marilyn Solo- College of Pharmacy and

intermission. polio. served as ring bearer. wore a moss green lace mon, Miss Joyce Graham, Allied Sciences, and
* *
Washington university.
Robert L. Mitchell is polemarch of the Jacksonville -

Alumni Chapter, sponsor .of the dance. Yuletide Holiday Dances Gave Jaxons Happy Moments


Anothe highly enjoyable affair was the bridge

luncheon given by Classy Lassies Bridge Club in

the EBsts de home of Mrs. Emma.,Brown.isieT'membership .. : r
.. -;:'
_ .TIr'ltaT.: : .L'erf '. ::lo ._ _= ':_': ;; f. -- -.r
4 .
CI SSY.L roster is comprised t c -

of Mrs. Jon Spaulding, Mrs. Helen Toney, Mrs.
Geneva Hen erson, Mrs. Juanita Williams, Mrs.
Alveta All e1 Mrs. Margaret Starkes, Mrs. Grace

Eykes, Mrs. argaret Mathis, Mrs. Minnie Gadling, I

Mrs. Henriet a Howard, Mrs. Carolyn Washington, 4
Mrs. Sara Wright, and Mrs. Dorothy Oliver.

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Miss Annette eronica Harper and Dr. Solomon T. -

Little, Jr., wee married in a double ring cere- .- t yf
mony held aturday morning, December 29, 1962,
in St. Pius Ca !olio Church. A lovely receptionwas (4-' .'. .
4-T: -
held after rds in the Brewster Hospital -
Cafeteria. \\

Pro-nuptial showers and parties began on Novem- m,?
ber 24, with one given by Mrs. Eleanor Gay and a
held in the home'of Mr. and Mrs. W. DeVaughn t ti
+ F
Sweet, and ended with a rehearsal dinner in the r 74 c
j c
Ribualt Road home of Mr. and Mrs. -James Graveson ,

Friday evening, December 28. :
Ensuing parties included a shower in the West 4 3 Lt
Tenth Street home of] Mr. and Mrs. James L. Lewis -
and Mrs. Vera Davis*, a shower bj Mrs. Florence

Wilson on December 21', held in her West Sixteenth '
ps.- .
Street home; a joint shower by Mrs. Ruth Bonner -
and Mrs. Frances Johnson, held December 24 in o.
the latter s Durkee Drive home; a shower December .

26 given by Mrs. Beulah Joyner in her West Mon- .....
crief Road home; a shower December 27 in the e_ :. -,
Jefferson Street home of Dr. and Mrs. W. W.

Schell, sponsored jointly by Mrs. Schell and GALA TIME---Some of the guests reveled at the Kappas Krismas photog, while at center Mr. and Mrs. Jones and Miss Eva Brown

Mrs. Margaret Sutton; and a joint shower and Ball are shown here. At top left, Mesdames Rufus Williams are in a happy mood. In the right end rear photo, are Mesdames
bridesmaids luncheon December 28, given by Le Georgia Witsell Chris Witsell Maggie Sauray and Mary Ann PearVernall Clax, Alice Slater, Deldres Nixon Willie Mae Tombs and
Mere s Club, held in the Madison Street home of son. Center shows Gardener Nip' Sams E.J. Norman Willie Wells Althea Cohen flanking a gent Andrew Day. The damsels in the

Mrs. Etta Lee Brooks.Dr. and Frank Hampton are having hearty chuckle. At the right end are foreground are Mesdames Thelma Tumpkin, Roslyn Moore and Miss

and Mrs. Little spent their honeymoon at Mr. and Mrs. Pleasant with Mr. and Mrs. Louis King. The bottom Alice Johnson. (Florida Star Photos)
the lovely Star of the South Motel in Ormond row left shows Mrs. A. Crawford and Betty West sailing for our
Beach, and are now at home to friends at 4816A

Kossuth Avenue, St. Louis, Mo.


Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert William Gadson were honored

with a reception. last Sunday 'evoning, honoring j :T 4: ;i -- l. .
their carriage on September 1, 19&2.
The lovely young couple greeted friends in the V b

College Gardens home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert _
a r tF
Helms, where the reception was held.
Mrs. Gadson is the former Miss Sandra Carolyn

Jones. 4. ..

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We wish, along with their very many friends in

the Florida community, to congratulate Lt. and 1 -4 -

Mrs. Alvin Fridie who became the proud parentsof ,rs *
a beautiful baby girl, born on December 9. -
Mrs.' Fridie, (nee Annette M. Madison) is the

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Madison of

1219 West 28th Street. She was an honor graduateat

New stanton Senior High School and attained i

national prominence at Florida A. and M. Uni-
versity where she was selected as 'Miss FJJlr'" :--

of 19 6U Both Lt. and Mrs. Fridie were class- : i
mates in Florida A. and M.'s Class of '61. The

Madison-Fridie nuptials were celebrated during a \.-
Saturday Dec. 23, 1961 in St LATE AGAIN---OUr late arriving photographer was barely able to
in the *
brilliant ceremony oCfr".t Is Rrnest )Jackson celebrated
get some of the Fla-J ax guests to 'set' still long enough to attfrp"'y> an.?,
first nuptial mass.
Catholic Church? s 'rs. Jar-son.
Pius get a picture without getting their names. Easily recognizable 'Billy Brown Photos,



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Old Zion W Mission Presents Annual
11111111 ItllsApplications _h :' _, ___ __ __ l' Yuletide Party __
Baptist Church For > -

Marriages Licenses % 3 Y'
RICLBDR3.: Ga The Millie Follard, Jr. a -eS c .I t E
F asto Rev L.U.
r, Moore
6220 Lobeola St., 38 and l'
officers and! mentors are Adel foll ani, 1231 Vc- I
inviting friends and the Conihe street,39 --- i1 i. y

general public to \'Or- Bobby Nelson 1690 W.

ship with then at Old 8th St. 44 and Ruby ? _

Zbn on Sundqr. Jan 6 Jackson. 1712 W. 9th St.
The church school vhich 57.

is presided over by : Aidrew Lee Thomas 1330

: 17 L Bagga. superintendent Bamett St. .. 22 and Lo- a'E- +

opens promptlyat retta Kennedy 1552
10 a m Rev Moore' s by
Wi ndle St17..
thane during thftmamirfg: Pedro Howard 1264 18th

worship' service, will be st. 26 and Vera B. __
l Tte Morning Star If Hamilton, 5722 Poi tier : :

you worship with us at St.. 22.Eddie --
Old Zion you will be C. Dennis P12 l wf
spiritually enlightened.# Jackson St. 23 and ja

On Christmas corning at China B. Sabb 314 Bel- s _

11 "am. a delightful fort St., 2)). = .
group gathered at Old Issac Hudson, Jr. 193 \ 'N.''f',,-' .
71 en to pay homage to Mars St. 21 and BettyL. :; ,

the N e1 Born r I n g. The &ill e r. 1402 W. 31st CHRIS'iMAS DVT proved to be a more than happy occassion" or numerous footo left shows Dr. EarthaV.M: Vbite (third from right), di'persons. -

Junior and renior' heirs St., 21. adults (not shown) md children who thronged to Clara White Mission actor of the mission along with her staff of assisttnts who handled

renders music in a Jos. Hunter, 1303 W. There food baskets, clothing, and toys were given to, several hundred the h urcl a"" asks with 03ft e f f1 d ai cy. (Royal Art studio'' Photos
plcaping manner under 2.rd St. 25 and Ernes
the direction of Iro f. E. tine Williams 1625 W. "
Daisy aces Book Annual
Clifford Davis former 21st a 22. Party Celebrants Brewster Gets

music director of the Mose B. night St. Launched At t PartyNEW BIRTHS

National Baptist Ccnven- Fetersw rg. Fla. 23 and 300 New Administrator
YORK -- Some
t 1 en. %A. IncCalvacade Willie Lee Williams. St. '
guests: attended the Mr. and f'rs. Samuel Mew
Petersburg, Fla. 21.
Daisy Bates book auto- by 333 Carolina St. BY C. PARHAM JOHMSON,
Ulysses Walker Jr. ,
graph party here in Boy. Robert Nordham has
1026 Walnut St., 20 and
Sings honor of the release of Mr. and Hr*. Jerome taken over *s administrator
Sarah V. Gulley 1026
her historic memoirs, Mack 2655 .dge-wood Ave. of Brewster
Sunday Night Walnut St., 17.
The Long Shadow of Girl. Methodist Hospital suc-
Arthur i.. Jackson, J ax. g
.Tack H.\'hi tUng-
Little Rock Mr. and Mrs. Isaac ceeding
.... .
Fla. 32 and
Beach, served Brewsterfor
1933 Mars. St. ton who
In Varick Memorial party, held at the
Catherine Vbi tining. Jax Girl. nine years.
Music lovers will have Beach, Fla. 27. new Americana Hotel, was Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nash, The new administrator

an opportunity of hear- Johnny L. Jones, 6011W. sponsored by the NAACF 1479 McConibe St. Girl. Is from Ridgewood. N,*

ing the Calvacade ingera Honcrief Rd. 21 and national office and the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jersey. He attended Duce

in their first recital Cornel F. Jones, 5830 New York Friends of Sapp. 1257 W. 5th St. University, where ie

of the 'ewY:! ar Hardy Avenue, B. Daisy Bates, under the Girl. secured the B. S. Degree.

hen they present apro- Alfred Spencer 1643 chairmanship of I'rs. (: Ur. and Mrs Lusciour He also studied Hospital
grsn Sunday night begin- McConibe St. 28 and Lillian Sharpe Hunter f K Williams. Sr. 2130 W. Administration at fiifceMr

ning P o' clock in Vend LeU a.Adam s, 1663 Mc- noted civic leader. Ir'-- list st. ; Girl. Nordham serve! at
Memorial AME Zion Church Conihe St. 30. Highlight of the fes- Mr. and Mrs. Lewis How Brewster for seyiral
9th St and Myrtle Robt. D. Gardner, 1044 tive affair was the elo. 6864 W. VirginiaAve. months as assistant* administrator -
\Ven: u e: Madison St., 22 and Lo- final payment of 1.000 Boy. unde JackH.

I Irof. "2. Clifford ravis rine Littlejohn, 1044 making a total of $4. 500 ANNUAL 6ETTOGJTHEROfficers< and members of the La Quatz Bridge Club Mr. and Mrs Eddie _Harris. "Tiiltington While at

veteran music directoron Madison street 17. for nine NAACP life memberships held their annual Christmas party last, week in Club Eldorado where the 1239 W. 23rd St. Brewster. he proved to

the national scene Chris Adams 442 Block- purchased for event was festively staged .to the delight: of the :gjonsors and their large Boy. the employees, for over three decade ham St. 28 and Willie .the,original "Little attendance of guests Dm eta g and games featured the social :interlude anda Mr. and Vrs. Theodore workers Ad the

will supervise the oro- M., Fonder, 442 Blockham Rock Nine by the sumptions buffet luncheon was served. Show seatsd fran left are: Mrs Taylor, D7 2 Madison St. visitors at firewater

gran. Street, 22. African !Methodist EpIs- Victoria Tons, president; Mrs Ann Robinson, vice president, and Mrs. Girl. that he is strictly for

The Col vac ado :.Singersere copal Church.Dr. Adfte Ford, secretary. Standing from 1 eftt rs. Eva Curry. Mrs Laurel Ur. and Mrs.! Otis business by introducing'

organized: here by 'COlstrlctioRIlgiis J. Leonidas Leach Mtoodbiry 'Jrs. Violette Lavender treasurer, and Mrs. Rachel Malloy Other Wright 1545 Madison many ideas that would be

r ro f. Davis I nst summer of Mint, !Michigan.. ,.. a members are Mrs. Lillie Rae Hanilton Mrs. Gertrude Mathews md Mrs.. Olivia Street; Boy. conducive to tie opera
and since that time have In Jan. lay leader in the AMF rrlV. Mr. and Vrs.' Roy Jackson tion of the hot 1tal.

cntj rt alned music 1 vors Church and a aember: of ___ ( loyal Art Studio? Roto ) 1905 Spims; St., Mr. Nordham hn left
entertained music Jovore DAYTONA 8&4721e new NAACP Board of Directors Obituaries ioy. Brewster an I took up
daring 'oc/i certs" In ma.y; Public School 92, to be presented the check to Mr. and Mrs. West Tar- duties as asri st sot administrator -
Ifrs. Ivory
constructed in: School Bates also a member ; Culvert; 1649 w._ .
of the. city's; major- District 12 Manhattan of the NAACP Board 36th Street. i. > =PEOPLE. ver, 705 Ct. .A. Girl. jt the ,,orP' -
churches.w: will Notables attending the Thomas! Cutll rrr v1663. Mr4"1fJrs..*M...DOlwB.ix.Jones :. -.- cM uI- 1'-'t .'".. \.t.L
Friends and the gen.rsl bear the name of Tyler Street. 723 Ct. 1. Boy. "ciearater, ;slob fie. ,
public are invited "Mary McLeod Bethune." affair included Lorraine Abe Singleton; 777 East Mr. and Mrs. James A. Boyd of 1474 W. 6th St. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Don In returning to Brer-

.-- .... : This announcement was Join Hansberry.0. playwright; 58th Street. spent holidays visiting friends in Burlington aid son, 641 Flynn Ave., ster, he accepts the ,
-1-; Kill
\ -- made by Dr. Aaron ens, authorof and Winston-Sal
Brown N. C.
Joe Court, Boy. challenge to carry on
11 the N. Brown; 934 W.

}Htilracs d0IWCSFanera1 ( : member City Board of the of New Education York- And Then forthcoming we Heard book thethunder. Union Street. ...........................6.. Mr. and Mrs. Poosevelt with the fUppo rt of the
Vrs. Stella n.! Mayze; Daniels, 113P Oakley St. rublic, tie 1SCS Board
.: National
Home who stated that Urban
league Executive 1930 W. 2nd Street. Girl. of Directors, eaployees.voluntee' .
Ambulance the nine-member Board Di rect Miss Tyrone Pollar, a student at Florida all
Servicewilt cr Whitney I'rs. Frances B. Elbert; Normal Mr. and Vrs. Robert groups and
BEST COSTS i NO MORE unanimously approved the flAACP President H. Arthur Young; 210 S. 10th t reet. and Industrial Memorial College, spent the holidays Murray. 4204 Santee Rd. well wishers of the

2719 w. Ieewnrd Ave.Phone 1 selection of the name :Spingarn;:::ena NAACP Exe-B. Mrs. Alberta Summers; here with her mother, Mrs. Blanche Foliar.. Boy. hospitsl. IT. Nordhaa
PO 5.1611 because of the high tive Secretary 426 Long Street. Miss' Foliar is a graduate of New Stanton High Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie said he kn ens bat a Job
Wil- .
esteem in which the late School.
-- kins., Vrs. Rosa D. Saith; 1017 Santo, 618 W. Church St. it isto fill the shoes
.:... Mrs. Bet.hnnt was held. ,Hobson! Lsie.F'TS. Girl. Jai .
= ,
----=-- --- Ida G .............................. sir. and Mrs. of H. hi '
Farrington; Hurshell who hss done such a fine
,1225 W. Beaver Street. Hardy; 1537 Illinois .
St. adainistrator.It1
Mrs. ode as
Cherry of Live oak
Mrs.( Essie Valdes; 1611 entertained her m rl. general
ALL WEEKJan. ',. 1st Street.. daughter, Mrs. Ocie Cherry Davis, her husband the that
Arthur Davis opinion of many
Sr. and
their son, Arthur Davis
Samuel Jr.
r. Leonard 1419
; a
2.thru Jon. 6 "an in addition to numerous other relatives th ere will be
Buren :treet. and
2 DISCOUNT STORES ITs. Jessie Fmith; 132 friends: during the holidays. harmonious" among attitudeexisting the aedi-

830 Cossat Ave. Par Street. 1 .............................. cal; nursing staffs and!
NIAK COLLI&tl Willie Matthew; 1338... E. I CiH.DI.DIs the administrator.
1824 W. Beaver St. 3"1st Street.
U.I.0 N... 1.cbt.. ::rs. Lavina Storey; 193 Miss Eleanor Hurley of the Brewster Hospital 1
tu tee' Drive. .staff'has returned from a holiday visit with .4t ** *****
FINANCE I YOUR BEEF The Premier i Way. Robert L Peak; 712 w. relatives and friends at her home in Connecticut. t=: Free Pick-Up and Delivery Service

NO MONEY DOWN Take 4 Months To Pay Ashley Street. ............ ._
FPC Leroy Mack; P20 S. ***............. *
CUT and WRAPPED FREE Dorsey's Commercial) 8ch..1 l
HEAVY WESTER 7th *X. FernancUna Beach
BttFSUE2 SIDE I". lb. 39C Miss Barbara A. Rodd left the city Monday to LOCATED DAY AT OR fo4AGNOUA NIGHT-WILLIE' SERVICE CINTII DORSEY

...... .. attend the funeral of her father. She may be 2309 W. EDGEWOOO AVt AT AVE. B
OUR Christian Endeavor contacted at 1532 South 24th St. Philadelphia CALL 769393 .
J C SO V LL 9 F .
FAMOUS $ DOLLAR SALESMOKED $ Meets JanuaryThe Pennsylvania.

Christian Endeavor .............................. -. .

SLAB BACON SUGAR CURED 3 LOS $100 Hour will conduct its x

meeting Jan. 7 in the Daniel Johnson of East Palatka was a recent ... :
library of St. visitor to the city. While .
Paul here, he was house
FIRST) PORK CHOPS 3 $1 AME Church, 13th Street guest of his sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and .

CUT and Myrtle Ave. at Mrs. Howard Woods of 1031 Brady Street.
3:30 p.m. Youth leaders

LEAN SPARE RIBS 4 LBS. $ 100 and invited pastors to attend.have been Annual INDEPENDENT OIL CO.: J..

reports, program I
'' evaluation and plans Mechanic On. Duty
1SS o-lean" WHITE BACON 4 LS $1 00 for the New Year will 1KB JOSEPH ProprietorStatand .#0 s. ;e

be discussed.The Streets.EL 6-9-132

" GROUND BEEF 3 "*. $1 00 demonstrated December programwas in the .

distribution of Christmas WALL
presents donatedfor PAPER ...

TURKEY NECKS V ry 6 "S. $1 00 the program. The r- :
Meaty service was held In lit.
Olive AVE Church. It

6 US. 00 Director Alexander
PORK SHORT RIBS Very Meaty $1 Cottrell announced that i wr. -

presents were given to

the less fort>&ate f

PORK NECK BONES !11B$100! persons.The annual attendance Per rS single Toll 69-49-39 ..

award Group 2, was won

PIGS FEET i 0 us. $1 00 members by New' Hope who AME have Church held VALUES TO '3." InvitesKEN To KNIGHT Listen To _

MULLET 1 0 LIS. -$1 00 'the months.banner In Group for 1,five the Paper bangers at lowest rates. "KNIGHT TRAIN"Starting

attendance banner was rrr r'., ;.,-tyra Etri,. ; ;

Frw tt tk( First 500 Cistmrc kttvm 9 ni 12 Saturday Hcrniar AME awarded Church to members St. Paul who DISCOUNT WALL 12 PAPER STORErriu.4.a At 7:00 p.m. Nightly- r j

a ill Record si the Ku Ktiekt( S .w. have for four held months.the banner Bay at Main EL 3.0628 j 1 1400 WRHC 1400I


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I.phtd limiiikiM ChvrchSttks Colleges Receive Esso Grant RIg ts Leaders '
"' ':
f .. ,:

GovtrRMtiit's AidNEW A 4Sk J !I. Sessioaj

ORLEANS La. --- "Three
e children were j NASHVILLE, Tenn.---A
cut by flying glass and twenty-five narrowly
I conference of 'southern
escaped death when their
church and
j( churchmen and others
parsonage were bombed in Birmingham, AlalWna concerned with regional Y

on December 14. The Federal Govern- (
race relations discussing
are -
; ment must help to
stop this violence and __ integrating adesegregating
: bring the culprits to justice."
This was ofa s s s
I Dec. 27-29 In Underwood '
telegram sent to U. S. Auditorium, located on r. .II.

Attorney General Robert third in recent years at the campus of Vanderbilt

General Robert F. Kennedy Bethel Baptist Church 1 1 University in Nashville .I "

by Methodist Bishop formerly pastored by the The consultation la .J '"
Edgar A. Love Baltimore, Rev. Fred L. Shuttles- sponsored by the Fellow-

president of the South- worth, militant Integration ship of Southern Church-

ern Conference Educa- leader in Alabama men and the Southern

tional Fund (SCEF) The minister and his Regional Council. '

after the lateet act of family barely missed being The meetings began at

terrorism in Birmingham. killed or seriously 7:30 p.m. Thursday Dec.

The Bishop urged Kennedyto injured in the first 27,with an address by the 7
: "act WILLIAM J. TRENT, JR., executive director of the United Negro College Fund, accepts -
at once. bombing in 1956. Rev. Martin Luther King
$50.000; check---a gift to the fund and Its thirty-two member collegesfrom
The bombing was the The Rev. Mr. Shuttles- Jr. on "An Analysis of
the Esso' Education Foundation. Presenting it is Robert 0. Goodykoontz,
worth called the most the Ethical Demands of Misses Sandra Edwards, left
Newport News
vice president In charge of the Eastern Esso,Region of Humble Oil &
recent bombing "an act Integration In the Virginia, and Thomasenia
IMPERIL SUNDRIES Clay, right, Rox-
Refining Company. Other management representatives of Humble Oil at the presentation -
of vengeance and retalia- South." James McBride boro, North Carolina, both students at A.
were Wendell P. Alston and James S. Avery, left and second from left
Patent Medicines-Cosmetics tion. He said the respectively. Both are active in the educational-relations program of Humble Dabbs of Mayes ville, and T. College, form the backdrop for
All Leading segregationists are S. C., president of the '1964 as they extend
greetings for the
and its Eastern Esso region. Standard Oil Company (N.J.), Humble's parent
.* ..Bair preparations "frustrated because of Southern Regional Coun- New Year.
firm, established the Esso Education Foundation in 1955 to coordinate its own
the gains being made by cil, will close the
gifts to education and those of its domestic affiliates. Humble, Jersey Standard' -
Car. Bread & Ashley Negroes in Birmingham. conference at noon Satur-
s largest affiliate, is a contributor to the Foundation.

EL 4-2159 ******** day talk, on Dec.'Observationsand 29, with a W ATe H E S FIXED $ R 8

BC President Urges All Out Mrs. L. Storey Insights." R1GHT!

Cleaned Oiled Adjusted, Case With

TASTE WHAT'S HAPPENED tOlEMOff AND LIME Support For March Of DimesDR. Riles PlannedFor Three studies situations of desegregation Polished and one of the follow- This

l inn parts Included; A d v.
will be presented and
discussed. Thomas Hammond
...Gives Timely Message REGULAR CRYSTAL
Final rites for Mrs. and Paul Gaston of the All Work Guaranteed 1 tearDAVIDSON'S1"

'Wow is the time for all good volunteers to Lavinia torey: who history department of
the University of Vir- 3-DAY
step forward to help provide medical care for passed Saturday in a stavau

GOEtiflgllflfJ children crippled and, disabled by birth defects* local hospital follow- .ginia will report on uasa JEWELRY CO. rod ela Sllghtlj

arthritis and polio, said Dr. Richard V. Moore: ,. will ing a be lingering held Saturdayat illness Charlottesville"The Public Schools, Va."inr; ILJ 111 mlSnl n.HJN ')Wisher

Daytona Beach, president of the American Teachers -
3 Sarah Herbin and Tartt
p.m. in Ephesus
Association. Everyone willing to give a
/; Seven Day Adventist Bell of the American
portion of his time to the January campaign was
Church, Elder H.IL Bar- Friends Service Committeeon
urged to volunteer as soon as possible.
time ker, pastor, officia -Equal Employment in
, 'I' nr happy so many ting.A Greensboro, N. C.," and

teachers have already native of Eatonton, Dr. Samuel Williams,
responded to our volun- Ga., Mrs. Storey was a pastor of Friendship Bap-

t teer appeal" 'he said, faithful member of tist Church in Atlantaand

t "' Trot the fact is th eimes Ephesus; for many years president of the H 1T Eirx

Drive can use and indluded in her Atlanta branch of the

I -- aq many as [OS- many church duties, NAACp on The Role of

I 'sible They can all play had served as deaconess Religion in Desegrega- NrPw

an important role in our She leaves to mourn: tion Efforts in At-
campaign to 'Give fortha lanta."
Mrs. Ella Mitchell: and
Bowler hats Life of A Child! Mrs. Grayce; M. Bateman, The Fellowship and

Folio 1 s no longer the city, daughters; sons, Council planning com-

anGordoini' threat it once was, Martin Ferguson Jr., mittee plained the
thanks to the Salk and and Lorenzo Ferguson, conference is concerned e,#

7abln vaccines developed with fuller desegregation -
Gin city; FergusonNew for
; s through March of Dimes York city; Elder A. and the "positIre
finds, lona1 111. acceptance" or a free
bJt.t.1he..Na B. Storey. Peoria ; .
t g *lv v< ....c.. # 7Ae.. ...i. .. .A ;;;s. 42_COO j-oungetera moae Artm.Storey. -Wee" Pmlm aoclety.DON'T. Famous-Make Sheets and Cases
) millions
of dollars
a Beach Atwaul Hughes,
the 11 milliontoerlceos ;
! in English history year to aid those already *
) suffering from arthritisor Chicago Ill; Roosevelt BE ALITTERBUGI 72 x 108'Twin or

stricken. Birth rheumatic disease.Affi"i Storey, Miami and Twin Fitted Bottom
defects and arthritisare
at ed with numerous other rela-
major causes* of ethan JoIoC q Published as a 54
tives and friends.
half the nation' a7 ; public service i
Both are native inventions that Englishmenstill crippling in children, schools, the Geter and Baker Funeral 4 .ki* In cooperation with
and the maj crity of #> ? The Advertising Council
hold dear. Surprisingly though, the March of Dimes-financed Home in charge. 4''fun"

Bowler did not make its appearance on these youngsters are not treatment centers are ."., ,er

London streets until 1855,a full .::-- receiving medical care pace-setters in developing Double Reed Bottom

jHl 86 years after Alexander Gordon '.. and treatment of the and $1.74
quality we hope to make
|? | introduced his remarkable gin. .I medical care techniques
available right in their -' Now save big on fine-
AJ0},, The Gordon'sYou drink own communities. to correct and minimizethe i quality sturdy cotton
today harks back to physical and mental
Tb meet. this goal, Dr.roore muslin, priced extra low
Mr. Gordon's original .. ravages of birth defectsand
Slight imperfections(
said, the March of you
1769 formula. We've arthritis Dr. Moore.
Dines is financing may never see
never found reason to treatment said. won't affect their long
centers in
; tamper with such unique ? This is the kind of wear at all
many parts of the coun-
dryness and delicate DIST D 'try for birth defects, program which supported Pillow Cases, 42' x 36'8t"x10fl"FuH..........2frS4<
flavour.Why would we? by the American public
lONDONDRY arthritis end polio bit
Gordon's is the biggest GIN there is still much more eventually overcame polio ,'-:> I
selling gin in England, -- Dr. wore stated. Unties Chenille
__ to be done. This' is easy -
world. 'Now, as the March 0 f .
and the -"
America "
i a to understand he ;,;' :
Dimes enters its second (I' Bedspreads2for5.00'
pointed out, when it it- qiarter century, we are W;
realized that
MOOUCT OP U.Jl.OlSTlUtO LONDON DIY C1K.WOX> ItUTMl SPIRITS 250.00 counting on the con- ' ttSTUU nOM MAIL SO HOOF.COIDOTS DKY 611 CO.tTOUHKM.I.J. infants are born with timed supoort of Americans t }5:::. Full,
significant birth defects ":
in the fight against '
K each year in thiscountry birth defects and ;.. -r S
) ;
and there are:
.:. arthritis which are evm ,
worse threats to our 1.$5.96

children's health.Services. : Vol .



W. Gore Jr. (left) president of Florida A. andM.

University, gives a warm greeting to State hand-
bUUHD' SERVICE { Over 15% savings on
Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner during hobnail Eay-:
wavy-line or
5U P E R MARKETS Sound Service ror Ad- his recent visit to the A. and M. caucus.BYR9 care come cotton, rayon, .macfiine wash
Ball -- --
S tumble dry, put back on beds without
Games, etc. Also Loud THE STRAND
ironing. Your favorite new decorator

FIES8 FLH1IA UAIE 'A' WESTERN BAR-BE-CUE SIZE tpeaker Quets, Concerts Service ,for Record Ban- + Starting Sunday

Hops etc. Phone FL 3-5902 1



I I! r : 39C II. 0 BOBBY I

WY I'. Fuel Oil & Bottled Gas

25 Gallons To 1.000 If Necessary
YELLOWONIONS Woven olaidBedspreads!
. VITA FillApple' 6330 Restitvi Drive .,.. PO 4-9516 DARINI

\ BS SIze

Jelly 41 J ".-;. 2forSS.OO rnGSft LlWtl wMiJtS

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; -: Jttgu/ar $5.961/olue

;' 3 II. bag Save more than 15% on 10 for 88C

::21 iz tMftr .51- 150MYAL r------: turdy cotton spread*
that machine wash need Buy by the 10-pck .
no ironing. Red brown these are the tr x I: 15%'
mil J5.H air green; twin or full ped dothg you Jib beet for
t. t tt
aiz.e.. years of wear. Multicolor -
im FREIIrnE II ipM.
: HAM Sahara liquors

: RICE 'IIIIEI t i You Can Buy Afore And Spend Less Af ICreMM .<

POINt 1IIIt...

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- FloridaState Airmen Given Varied Assignments .

nical training course .r-
HI C. ,rMHMI ." I r ? .7' '":, s ., for warehousing here. specialists 1

V/$ Airman. Maddox, son of

IT WAS GRATIFYING TO KNOW that Jacksonville t tp Mrs. Mary L. Maddox of
\ f
own Bea Geragbty was chosen the minor league ft t fi 556 Walker Ave. Daytona -

manager of the year. The baseball fans In and ,J i Beach, was trained

around Jacksonville are grateful to those who to receive suppliesand

were responsible for the selection, but It could 11 i .z equipment from depots

hardly be any other way. For the first time Jacksonville i contractors and b!

went into Triple A baseball, It won a ;. +1S local suppliers and to

pennant.. It was Ben Geragbty who guided the Jack- maintain them in proper 1 nz

*or>Hle Suns to the first Triple A pennant. LACKLAND AFB, Tex... storage until LACKLAND APB. Tex. -.-

NOBODY EHEDDED ANY TEARS over the lois In the LACKLAND AFBT0X.--- f Airman Third class Homer Issued. Airman Third Class Bon

play-offs. During the regular season, It was justa W. Johnson, son of Mrs. The airman received nie C. King son of
Airman Third Class
dally routine with the players. They were out AFB. Tex.- Ayres Johnson of 1320 In associate of art Mrs. Fannie M. King of
Leon Thomas, ton of Airman Basic
there to do a job and they did it. Tired worn and Albert David V. 12th St. West Palm degree from Florida v 1620H? 15th Ave.. Ta*! >a,
Mr.and Mrs.
weary after a strenuous season, the Suns went Into Ganzy, son tff Mrs,. Beach, Fla. is being A. and M. University Fla. is being reassigned -
Thomas of 5613 Vernon Idella Gauzy of 804
the playoffs with only one thing In view, and rewslgend to Seymour to Davis-Monthan
Road, Jacksonville, Prank Nelson Drive
that was to give their best, win, lose or draw. Johnson AFB, N. C., for, AFB, Ariz. for train-
Florida, Is being reassigned Panama City, Fla., Is ___
It looked like every game the Suns played, they to Ft. Lee, being reassigned to training and duty as ing and duty as a cook.

wera giving all they had for a great manager, a an air policeman. ALBROOK AFB. Canal Airman King a 1962
Va. for technical Francis E. Warren
congenial own general manager and an affable Airman Johnson recently Zone---Captain ReginaldL. graduate of Middleton
training as united Wyo., for training and
Bassa of
president.THE completed united
States Air Force cook. duty air High School, recently
as an policeman.
YEAR 1962 HAS BEEN A BANNER year for Negro States Air Force basic Fla. has arrived here completed States
Airman Thomas, who com- united
athletes In every sport they took part In. They pleted the first phaseof Airman military training here. for duty with a Car- Air Force basic military -
were standouts In baseball, football, basketball, recently The airman is a 1962 ribbean Air Command here.
his military training training
completed United States .
track and golf. There were other sports bo serer. graduate of Roosevelt unit
here, was selected Air Force
basic military

In baseball, we are proud to mention Mtury Wills, High School. Captain Bassa a military -
for the specialized training here. * *
the base stealing king of the major leagues, Tommy sales store officer -
course on the basis of He is a 1959 graduate
Davis of the Dodgers, the batting king Hank was previously
his Interests and apti- of Rosenwald WRIGHTPATTSRSON AFB.
High School:
Aaron, the Milwaukee Braves' Most Valuable Player assigned to Self ridge
tudes. Ohio---staff SergeantVan
; Willie Mays of the Giants, baseball's highest AFB. Mich. Son of Mrs.
The airman attendedNew Smith Jr. of
paid player; Frank Robinson, of the CincinnatiReds' LACKLAND AFB. Tex.--- Jimmie A.Bassa.Hastings,
stanton High School Hannibal, Mo., has arrived -
slogging outfielder, Leon Wagner, the home Airman Basic Douglas M. he attended TuskegeeAla.

run slugger of the Los Angeles Angels and others In Jacksonrllle Fla. Dorsett of West Hollywood ( .) Institute.His here for reassignment -

too numerous to mention. Fla. is being wife, the former with the

FOOTBALL HAS PRODUCED ITS OWN individual stars reassigned to Stewart Vivian Wynn of 231 United States Air

such as Tim Brown John Henry Johnson, Bobby AFB. N. Y. for train- McGregor St. Lebanon Force band.Sergeant.

Mitchell, Jim Brown Frank Clarke, Amos Marsh ing and duty as a roads Tennessee. and their Smith a

Amos Bullocks, Jim Parker, Roosevelt Grier, and grounds specialist. two children are with musician,was previously

Roosevelt Brown. This Is just e list from the Airman Dorsett recent- him at Albrook. assigned to the 501st
Air Force band at
pro ranks. Now If you remember there were some ly completed United

mighty fine performers among the college ranks States Air Force basic .: -,:, : Hickman AFB, Hawaii.

also. If you kept up with collegiate football, military training here.A "':..". ; ., '".. :,.,', A graduate of Douglas
of )fly )<- High School, Hannibal,
you remember the names of such players as Bobby E 1961 graduate .
< / is the son of Mr. and
Lee Bell of Minnesota, Dave Robinson of Penn. LACKLAND AFB. Tex.--- 5 Attucks High School.Holl.wood. :
Mrs. Van M. Smith of
State, Kermit Alexander. UCLA. Larry Ferguson Airman Basic Hubert L. Fla., he attended -
1100 Rock St. .Hannibal.
LACKLAND APB. Tex.--- State
of Iowa and many others. Harris, son of Mrs. Kentucky 1

SANTA CLAUS WAS A MIGHTY fine man. Old Santa Airman Basic Isaac Jimmie L. Harris of ege.LACIU .. The sergeant is mar-
HOLLOMAN AFB. N. ...--- ried to the former
answered a letter that was written to him from Cross, son of Mrs. Cantonment Fla. is 1
Technical Sergeant JohnW. Rose E. Houstop of
the Hog Maw Bowl asking Mm to please reach down Aldlne M. Golden of being reassigned to
Bacon of
Jackson- 500 Houston St., Coooa.
In his bag and find a victory for the Florida 1404 Madison St. Pa- Sheppard AFB, Tex., for ville, Fla. has been Florida.

Gators against the Penn State Lions. Santa was lat,aFla. Is being Technical training as
assigned to the Air Mrs. Smith is a grand-
reminded that the Rattlers had lost in the Orange reassigned to KeeslerAFB a United States Air
Force Missile Develop- neice of J. L. Williamsof
Blossom Classic, the Hurricanes had lost up in New Miss. for training Force aircraft main ment Center here. Jacksonville.

York and the Floridians did want to see a victorycome and duty as a personnel tenance specialist. Sergeant Bacon an '-

to one of the bowl r relentat1 vel. .specialist. Airman Harris who
aircraft instrument repair * *
IT IS HARD TO KNOW what the Gators did to the Airman Cross recently completed the first technician has LA"X' /ND AFB. Tex. ---
but whatever it it good job. It states phase of his KEKSLKH. ;FR. MiM*. ---
Lions, was, was a completed united military served overseas toursof Airman Third! Class: BI rt.

seemed that when the Gators got to moving the Air Force basic military training here, was selected duty in Japan. North Willmer. son of Mr. nn-1 1 Lieutenant Japes Kelly,

....dId[: o:. rerr. oomvl.t.i7'aonfu..d..v.rthing: J.... &th.-: ..,.' : training? here. for the special- Africa Saudi Arabiaand >.. Mrs. Archie Willmer of son of Mr.* an J Mrs. James
Th* air.ana9'1A81 ..radte ised oour. B. KeJJy ; r. Of 7]5 clive
... -. on th ,Greenland.Agraduate :. 't 37 Wludham Drive>. Fort
''' .'i:. ,mi'j' ...- '-- -.-. or central Academe.attend.dorida'>Ax and. and basis aptitude of hi...Interest_ 'i,',, of stanton Walton. Beach."F'lneta .Rt. Palatka. Fla. is..
for those who H..b aobo ltb.'Veonot NiD APB' T e X.--- -.o-iaa -*-rsaa.ianaa/ mA 11)
M. University. He Is a 1961 graduate L ., llowing -
think young Albert L. Bacon Airman Third Class Davln-Monthi.u! AFB. Arix.. .
of Ransom High School. bin graduation;
1841 Arletha St. Jack- James F. Baker son of for training i and dutyas
from the united fftut; 's
sonville. He and his Mr. and Mrs. Carlton an air oliceman.
Air Force course for
wife the former Martha Baker of 2503 N. Orange Airman CTillmer recently
COlIIlMWf cations officersIjere.
"; Gomez of 1125 10th Ave. .Sarasota. Fla. is =o?rl eted united State*
Po Ave. Tampa Fla. have being reassigned to Air Fore VBSC !military

I four children. Forbes AFB Kan. for training here.Decline Lieutenant Kelly received -

.fJ' training and duty as training in the
operation, maintenance
an administrative
I Md!
maoagtifiitiit of
1/. 8 seci all st. radio

>\ #i11 Airman Baker a 1962 ( The teletype and cryptographic
\ coaaunJu&t Ions
graduate of Booker High FloridaA&M University i
equipment and systems.
School, recently com- Rattlers declined an invitation -
Y He is a 1961
..; pleted United States to play in the graduate

9 r r Air Force basic military proposed" Santa Bowl against I ot Florida A. and K.

.4 Ea + training here. Texas A&I Collegeof 1 University at Talla-
.t' I lassee.Continental .
... Flngsvllle. Texas.
.........M.4YM.Y IN...... AFB, Tex. LACKLAND AFB. Tex.-- --
.. .._ I Airman Basic Louis J. Airman Basic Albert E. ..........sra...r..............aaarrr.&...
.... ... '
1.W1$ m. teN II I PlPfJI-COU" Quarterman, son of
I Austin, son of Mrs.
.,M N.dldwq
.., .,..,....r George w. Quarterman of Clara Austin of 1-D Ft. Bowling i
_. ..
----- 402 S. llth St.. Fernan- Village, Key West Fla. ,

dina Beach, Fla. Is Is being reassigned to .
being reassigned to Amarillo AFB, Tex. 0118 Fdgewood Lanes Pnone _
Homestead : Off Cleveland 768-3493
AFB, Fla. for technical training :

for training and duty as a United States Air LACKLAND AFB. Tex.--- a ---- -
You Seek The Best Doctor Airman Basic Charles E. -
as an administrative
Force aircraft maintenance .
When Your Doctor Prescribes specialist. specialist. Wise of 636 KissimmeeSt. .-

Get Experienced Pharmacists Airman Quarterman Tallahassee, Fla. r
recently -
Airman Austin, who a
...According to Your Doctor's is being reassigned to a
: completed United
completed the first ar .
)0 J. orders. We Use only The States Air Force basic Truax Field Wis. for .
phase of his military .
Dr. C. E. Black
Best Qiallty Drugs military training here. training and duty as ar .
training here, was selected -
Proprietor The airman is a 1962 for the special- information specialist. r aa

3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU graduate of Peck High ized the Airman Wise recently ..
course on
completed United States a
basis of his Interestsand ar
A CQUEIBTE LINE OP * Air Force basic military .

Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries LACKLAND AFB, Tex.... aptitudes.He training here. a .

PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND IJELIVEREDLilly's Alrrafn Basic Bert W. is a 1960 graduateof The airman, a 1957 a ..

Gantt, son of Mr- and Douglass High School. graduate of A. and M. a. .( a

Mrs. Ciarlle ,. Gantt, High School Attapulgus, 0 a.

Drug Store 1173 Logan St. Jacksonville Ga., attended FloridaA. .. a

Fla. is being i and M. University. .
1 0a = .
reassigned to Keesler

1901 KINGS ROAD EL 3-8276 AFB Hiss. for technical * ; A Series Of Special Events a:

training as a United
States Air Force radio = For Your Bowling Pleasure r
Airman Third Class Ernest
.1 and radar maintenance .
USHERS SkTntnna Maddox of Daytona a 4111 s srs r sit s1 :
Beach, Fla. Is being : LADIES DAY FAMILY
.. Airman, who completed x BSWLINI :
reassigned to Germany .
the first phaseof following his a JlJffUA1ti a
graduation .
his military training KLAND AFB. Tex.--- from the united = TUESDAYS 10 a.111. to 2 ...*. _

lillhter.r here, was selected for Airman Third Class John States Air Force techRDEiiUIL 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. Adults =
j 3
the specialized course on C gaaes $1.00
F. Hall of St. Petersburg : Ladies -- 3 games $1.30:>
the basis of his Inter- Children --.25$ per PH :
Fla. Is being
ests and aptitudes. = Be sure to register for -
reassigned to Homestead i .
H. Is a 1962 graduateof II FREE SIFTS
Bowling Shoes and Bags
AFB, Fla. for training :
$10.-$7.50 & $I.
New Stanton High
Free Game Tickets
: and duty as an air :
sKin School. Grocery Baskets =
poll cm an.Airman t.
=ste. s sus. :.....
Ttsliig Cuter Hall, son of RED a 1. I

....tti n y to_ John H. Hall of 1819 L3.L A

.. .... Atil TR.LMASSEE University-has plotida been Seventh Ave. S. St. ORt E TOUTHS DAY t MEM'S SAY I

."eri..N designated as a testing Petersburg, recently a SATURDAYS -

center tor the B63 nationwide completed united States t FUELbLIL 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. t I

A M administrationof Air Force basic military = Youths 25Aergame 7JfUIBAYa I

: : the National Teacher training here. 10 a.m. to 2 .. .

A graduate of St. Emma t 3
Examinations which will : PRIZES gases -- $ ,00 aa

M're be given on February 16,, 'Military Academy pow- as4ad 01 te.aeeaAll Free Game Tickets =

ii. :>: r* announced Dr. A.A. .Abraham hatan, Va., the airman Susoas Is & Fuel Co.
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director of the attended Florida A. andM. san N..4 A.. I 1'artn& Attended Nursorr ne&fititraat servicBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBM

test service bureau. University.: 1'0 4.1711 J a Ml

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: f-kt/.'URIAY JANUARY 5, 1983 } FLORIDA STAR : FAil 1-

Negro Grid Teams Could Match Daytonian Hits Jackpot School Papers Master And Protege

El. White Elevens Scouts AgreeBY W31FHIS Ordered- The Released lleaphis: ,

Board of Education has
TOMMY DEVINS who are performing at the Baltimore Colts. He Paremore And Hewritt P
be en ordered by a
totally different com now is on 113 eb Ewbank s Dixon of the Florida
The Pointed Question.The rederal court judge to
petitive levels. scouting staff with the A&M: squad. I
inquiry release to the NAACF I
basis for providesa Each year at the time Colts. How highly we think their documents used in Rt

endless of the Orange Blossom IVY NO BETTER of them is demonstratedby drawing school boundary

t evaluation speculation. It seeks an Classic, the question is Young believes you the fact we took them lines in the city s plan

of players) asked countless times: could take teans like as top choices along to desegregate the

Taylor ''How would terns like Jackson State and FAMD with Ray Foague of Texas school system by 1971.
Florida A&U. Jackson and put them into collegiate and Kermit Alexander of In his ruling Judge

AsLeider State, Langston. Prairie leagues of the UCLA" he says. Marion S. Boyd stated .S4, ...

View. Grllllb1t tlg or Texas caliber of the Atlantic ABILITY IS THE THING i. that NAACP attorneys bad F r
\ _
R.s Southern do if they Coast Conference, the Young was a 160-potnd a right to this information -
played a schedule in one Southern Conference the halfback in college. and ordered the I

of the nation's major Skyline the Mid-America It
NEW YORK FullbackJim Consequently he isn't School Board to producethe

Taylor of the champion conferences?" or the Ivy League and too sympathetic to the papers. Included are

Green Bay Packers As Jackson State scored not have any worries current professionaltrend mops, charts and other

ended Cleveland Jim Its impressive: 22-6 victory about them being suc- that puts prime documents used by the

Brown's five year reignas over Florida ASM at cessful.The emphasis on size. .. with Board. FAMED DUO -- Football

the NFL's ball carrying the Orange Bowl.I sought biggest difference the hint centering en The city will presentits Hall 0'ram er Coach A. S.

honors with 1.474 the viewpoint of experts as Young sees it. is duplicates of tha 290- : desegregation plan (Jake) Gaither (right)

yards for the 1962 sea- whose business is foot that the average com- pouad Roosevelt Grier of T before Judge Boyd on of Fla. A&H and his ace

ball. They offered highly petition these teams New York Giants Feb. 11 at which the back. Jax' Robert (Bob)
270r :
sen. Taylor also took ; JOHN BEAMON. 63.of 557 Live Oak St.. Daytona Beach
scoring honors with 114 Interesting observa-. face during their regular pound Dan James of the hooked an innocent looking 12-ounce drum which the NAACP will also Hayes were tbs recipients -

/ points. tions. schedules doesn't Pittsburgh Steelers; 210 looked like any of its relative species except that argue for a lore! immediate of numerous honorsin
Brown was handicapped Ray Malay asi and Claide develop the talent as pond Bob Toneff of the it bore a $10.000 price tag attached by sponsors plan for inte- dating field the of sports.

early in the season with (Buddy) Young roam the quickly as is the case Redskins or 300-pound of the 1962 Schlitz Florida Derby. (Ed's note: Toucan gration of the public selected past year.Gaither for
nation scouting collegiate elsewhere. Roger Brown of Detroit. schools. was
an injured wrist and bet one thing it didn't end up in a frying the National Snail Col-
finished fourth with football talent. "The raw talent is "There's too much attention -
996 .p an.) leges Football Hall of
yards. Their Jobs and the success equal. I'm convinced of being focused on

Other individual winners of the tenons they that.' he says. "But size." -Yotn g Insists. Edward Waters Fame several niche and received
other citationsfor
.ere: represent hinge on the week in and week out it 'I'd rather have the

Pass receiving-Bobby correctness of their isn't extended. Competition athlete with ability as Basketball Slate his outstanding exploits -

1 Mitchell Washington Judgement.L'alavasi is the only way his prime asset. Take as a coach duringthe

Jim Phillips. Angeles; a former star players really are de Bob Bell the Minnesota.! 1962 63 past ::! -years. Hayes
whose tying of theworld's
the 1961 champ was lineman at Army under veloped. That is the A11- erican tackle who

fo urth. Red BI aik. is Player stimulant which .drives is going to play in your Jan.Opponent Place 100-Yard Dash
9.3 seconds mark
Funting-Tonmy Davis Personnel Director forth players to peak per- North-South Shrine game. 5 Albany State- Albany was
nullified by the A.'U.
San Francisco, 45: 50 e Denver Broncos of form ances." I know some pro scouts 9 S.C. Ares Trade Here

average yards. Yale Lary the American Football Mal avasi was here in an have said he's too smallat 10 Savannah State Sara. won outstanding dash
events against the Russians
Detroit 1961 leader was League. Young was one of attempt to sign Bob 220 pounds to make 11 Clan in Orangeburg.

fourth. the nation's t cp backsat the grade. I disagree.He 12 Morris SUmter and Foil sh. and

i Punt returns-Pat Stud- the University of Baltimore Bays Gaines has ability. H; could 14 Lane Here European teams in addi-
tion to winning the NAPA
sill net r dt 15.8 Illinois and then had a play two or three posi- 17 Albany'State Here .p .1.t_
CINCINNATI The Bal- title.
average yards. Wood, brilliant career with tions on a pro tean." 19 Bethune Cookman Here
tirore Orioles of theN
Green Bay.' the 1961 Mal avasi says the con- 26 Paine Augusta Glints SiN

champ was second. ati cal League pur- petition to sign collegians 28 Allen Columbia
Pros Overlook chased the contract last
Kickoff returns-Abe this season Is 29 Voorhees Denmark Homptra TttkUHJMPTON
Woodson. San Francisco. 250-lb. LiitmaiEVANSTCN week of Joe Gaines. out- the roughest since the
hitter the To Face Soviets ?
23.3 fielder-pinch American 1COBRA
average yards. 1961 Football Leaguecame Va. Currie

winner Dick Bass, Ios sports fans batted .231 in 63 games into existence. GRAMBLI NG.. La. Am- Ball sturdy 235-lb

Angeles, was 13th with in this sector are bewildered with the Cincinnati Reds "And with it the bH-atrous Willie Reed. tackle who played with

3.5. over the fact 1 ast seas en for an undisclosed asking prica of the t i ..ooth play-maker ant CUTIE---a Gibbs Junior College in St. the Hampton Institute

Pass interceptions- that Northwesterns 250- amount of cash players has skyro ci et ed. "takechargetypeofplayer Petersburg Florida, is lovely freshman Willie football team has been

Willie Wood Green Bay pound tackle George Gaines 26, is expectedto What some of these boys who toured Soutt Mae Blake. The Sarasota business major was chosen signed by the New York

9. 1961 winqer Dick Thomas was overlooked by fill the same role want is fantastic" he mer American with the this AAU past basket-sum- queen of the Cobra basketball team a contingent Giants or the 1963 sea-

Lvnch. New York.Politician. professional footballrepresentatives with the Orioles. says. ball team. noted for its nationally recognized high scoring sin, it was learned to-
? having been awarded histeam's Robertson Most Watchout Joel -

MVP award this ScholarshipPlan

:T ear. DiversifiedPlayer ,
The South Bend. Ind.

native, logged more than MIA Given dayd

300 out.of__ 540 minutes '
--h------ By Po si-tolo
of action'ai the gridiron. CINCINNATI -- Oscar'Robertson P -.

k Among those professing of the Cincinnati Royals players of 1962
of the National Basket-
being perplexed by in the National and

Thomas' being ignored by ball League continues American Baseball Leagues _

.yR the pro clubs is Coach to pace the individual 41ia and the Nationaland :

Ara Farseghim who says leaders in diversifiedplay American Football '
the big Unman compares ,by appearing in -_ II t ;'t Leagues, will have .jf-

favorably with Fate three o f the five .n vr1.kWtvM $500.00 scholarshipsdonated

Echols. the NU tackle columns statistics revealed .
in "their names ',. "
wh the last week. ,' ",\"" fv;'::
c was signed by to the colleges of their :>- ;':;,, ,;< ,
< ;;, f'
JHICAGO GIBS' Ernie St. Louis Cardinals in Oscar was second in the choice" by'-Fepsi-Cola 'A ,:; ,,,,p \
Banks' field goal percentagewith ': a .,' ? t : ,
1961. ; "
was given Comp any, r" ,": : ",\' :::' :p '(> '.z I II
..... 'f
owner Phil Wrigley's 1 1 think George Definitely a .531 mark; fiftham Baseballs' lost! Valuable

okay to enter poli- has to be con- mg the scoring rlayers-key f'antle. Ice Curling. .America's New Sport!

tics in the sidered as a good Pro leaders with a 28. 9 ave- Yankees an-1 wills
Windy aury
A few hefty round stones with bulls-eye of the house as the tar-
City it was an- prospect." Ara said. rage per game: first in Dodgers and! Fro-Foot- handles attached, specially de- get is called than the opposing

taounced last week 'He's certainly worth assists with a 9.3 in ? M Id. : .. ballers' players of the signed brooms and a long slab rinks nearest stone. It is possibleto
of hard ice the .
are only equip score as many eight pointsper
Banks should he decide taking a chance on and 29 contests. Year-Y.A. T1 ttle. Giants ment needed for ice curling end in this way.But a skillful

to do so wLll that goes for any of the and Lennia Dawson. raIl a 300-year-old Scottish game team will gua-d one or two of its
Scholarly Cager that is suddenly catching the good shots against attempts by
run on a GOP ticket leagues National ., .4y r as 'Texans" are the fancy of sportslovingAmeri- the competition to knock the

it was also learned. American, or Canadian" : recipients: of the first cans. Curling called a larger point-scoring stones away.
'1YS frozen version of common"bowl- Brooms are used to melt or lu-
--, --- -- such scholarships by ing-on-the-green". According to bricate the ice in front of a run
fepsi-Cola in coopera- the Committee of Steel Pipe Producers ning atone when better distance
,the rebirth of this ancient is desired and to hold a stone on
'. : tion with the SportingNews. but exciting and highly competitive a straight course.
game is due mostly to the Since extremely cold, hard or
DANGEROUS ROUTINE---Comic Leonard Green who is now scores of new refrigerated ice "fast" ice is best for curling,
After each has
giving out on his crowd-pleaser routine at Los player rinks being built with steel pipe hockey and figure skating, economical
designated the 'college from Maine to Call1'ornia-in- steel pipe refrigeratedrinks
Angeles Hideway Supper Club along with singers of his choicj' Fepsi- eluding such warmweatherstates are ideal because they can
Delores Gibson and Billy Strom reconsiders puttingthe as Florida Tennessee and be made colder with a flip of the
f.y Cola will establish Arizona. temperature control For racing
'Whammy on former heavyweight champion joe scholarships in the individual The objective of two competingteams -in which softer ice .is desirable
Louis in a hilarious routine. is to score.many pointsas -these steel pipe freezing units
R name by contributing possible during 10 ends (innings can warm the ice quickly.
Pro tot he to non-curlers) by sliding 36 With the tremendous surge
ITtetf GoI ProspectTEX to 42-pound stones close to a target toward ice sport in the past few
scholarship fund of the some 125 feet away. Rinks years, an almost forgotten game
college selected fty hi- or teams are made up of four of skill like curling-that can be
-4 I FZkid .',x members with each player curling played by the whole family and
LI r.och college will be two stones every end. A rink I requires no lee skates--could be-
BY BOB_BBEWSTEa. '>t solely responsible for scores one point for every stone II come the national past time in the
-? o.u sir.. n tt that lies closer to the"button"or not-too-diataat future.
3.r ors..4 t the award of the 500.00
scholarship on the basis
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JOHN E. WIDSMAN. 23- certain amount of attentionin 5 & Cocktail Lounge
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life. Atmosphere
Pittsburgh Fa has satisfying
Good fishing gear can last IRM Where Old Friends Meet -
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Scholarships for studyat frequent replacement Is neglectand -
careless storage when the If you like to take pictures of
England's Oxford: University. season's 0 V e r. A couple of children hen'a a tip from the Too Don't Have to Go to Town to Set
4n English hours devoted to your equip- s* professionals. Don't always ask
needless the kiddies to "smite for the
ment now can prevent
major trideaan is also purchase* next spring. birdie." Catch them in a serious LOW PRICESOn
captain of the University rake your reels apart and mood sometimes. You'll be surprised -
Re-oil at the Junior's personality
clean them thoroughly. way
; Pennsylvania and re-assemble. Store them comes through.
powerful basketball where it's warm and dry. Be- Year
We Are Now te aa. ware of wool-lined cases which

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hopes to_ cab: a berth 1 fc Deljrer-1e Also Pill All Doctors'PrewijtDixie 4a_
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College pro prospect from the 40-63-12 1

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., )Jay Ja r and providing SErG4GE for the, Coun ty. Ask that I little fellow lflat
It xas I ike in
the he .
i -rr-5 Just CM6 out-* .RECREATION? The
city < JhJulQlnQ with playgrounds' While these kids I
are pay-
The Yuletide season has come and gone. The usual j f Ing hn.a y top; They ve got s many reeraAtiohftf facilities*
dances were held. The PI a-Jax outdid themselvesat I .4 i jnthe city, they closed the pools and sold the golf courses.

the new Civic Auditorium. Nearly everybody you to bec ttl. 4
: on s e d part of 1 .
near Fo th
the guest list turned out including one person t resswa Nefe and Ht. Her an Str eats. Year city. These 'hexes' are '
s s ?ha t see f :
bent on finding something for nothing. A madam the Cit government is doing the Ex ""
about, NOtISING
lost her fur stole. Listen ladies, check rooms

are for checking goods. This old habit the gals ,

have of tipping in the dances with their furs .
and "urs over'the1rpretty shoulders across w

their arms will end when a couple more disappear,
when parties leave the tables. Check rooms" are -

insured ,but the hacks of chairs are not. a099
Many who did not catch the Fla-Jax surely took

in the annual Kappa Krissmas Party at the Armory.In PVS Y

addition to the two big bashes the usual .

group of private and semiprivate parties were VS V :1. _; -n- J, S
held. The Entre Nous Bridge Club set the for
DRAINAGE The picture ,
Khat's this talk about BETTER STREETS and ,,
bridge clubs with their party and dance at the V NTrl at left was taken a few months ago at 21st Street and Stuart. : y
ElDorado. '1 fear when the water dries up ..'II
Billy Moore's group provided the music : Hanna buy a row-toatt Have no ...
holes to ride over and 'bust' your auto Wflnoj.
for the"affair.. dry
0 toils?! this a beautiful hope next to the watery ? -
The Brewster Hospital family had their party at ...bilonos a city employee cost every bit 20 oran ,"-,&nd he'sRot _
Dr. W. W. Schells' Jefferson Street home. Live .fiSalk But now who put an that ,water, dO'ln.there?] -

music was provided and they had an unexpected SouldnH'hav>-.been that do; _

treat. Dwike Mitchell of the famed Mitchell and 1,S

Ruff Jazz Duo (now a trio) showed on the set... .

for a few days visiting his mother. He was accompanied
ti ;r
by his drummer, Willie Ruff.

Leroy Henderson, a local drummer who has made

the big-time spent a few days in town also. No
Does this picture depict an area where the city Government has beer
word has been received from 'Son Jones for [providing the living needs of its citizens? If the City is doing a slo
several months. He is with the "Platters" according land poor job of providing the facilities for Its people, how and wher 1
[will it be able to meet the needs of additional areas?
to our last communications. .
The TimuQuana Country Club family along with all 1 1ITT

of the other hotel restaurant and entertainmentspot

employees, really had it doing the Yuletide i

season. New Year's night was the setting for the R 1r

annual party held by TimuQUana employees. William

Walker, head waiter at the club was the host as-

sisted by Joe Pollock and Pete Wilsonthe head
bartender. Natch the fellows had their wives. -nurrayl There are traffic I tights at this 21st Street Intersection new 1"r
+r_ ,. the traffic department how accidents occurred at ti
Among the TimuQuana family present were Mr. and : # but ask City many _
'I' Junction before some were placed--Bet you It was close to 50. -
Mrs.Johnny ThomasUrs. Beaulah Rcblnson and Mr.
and Mrs. William Brown. Jessie Mercer took care E. F -

of the bar and "69" Hills was roving" greeterand ,

dancing partner for all ladies. Cleve Morgan that's this about FIRE PROTECTION? Waybe the n fire department was on vacation -| ;
this went the Eastsde.! Want some exercise? Start!
operated in a dual role. He was doorman-bouncer when one up on
at 32nd and Mancrlef and see how many firs hydrants you can find in a| .E
and man-about-the: house. Dorothy Reese and Bertha
l mile radius. >
Torrance did some mean 'twists. _V : S r..11r
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Service personnel from other establishmentswere S V A V V V

guests. From the George Washington, Jimmy

Jenkins brought greetings, smiled and kissedall : -
around the bouse. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Robinson -

and Henry: Harris were present.Two ;: t

private affairs have become almost In-

stitutional. The Nathaniel Davises entertainedon ,. ,," I t M are some of thi v,ctnas of the Easfe/dt/ flr. The clothing ptte4
1 .. Eta the foreground w*e co,*acted for theM by the Florida STAft Mwiy wiII'
Eve which isMrs.-Davis'....natal day '"
Christmas .
t incident n es- ticfi-a. many of jwy contributed willi I in Q y
.i "" ""* f""! "I--I,w* I'W.r !* 5 a FIRE PROTECTION & |*f th Toeda ? a '! cr4th tt ,
-fil-ceeirreparedarfdownhom6t s = 'eacwh1ch'te m "" V rik

tur d such, delicacies as pig feet, hog hash- S "2

lets,souse, turnip greens and other'' food" r

On Lockhart Drive it' s still crab time. Barbara

Reed was called upon twice to boil the clawed 3

creatures for her guests She entertained Pearl

Richardson of Daytma, Vasal Price of St. Al-

bans, N. Y. and Bessie Wilkins of Miami. Bessie -

spent the greater portion of a day trying tojet Personal Mention
my recipe for crab enchiladas or ''ShUsh," EDGEWOOD
Sumbo or whatever you call it. She offered SHAWL, Light Brown, Dark Stripe on Bottom Wool Rev. Clarence Steger AVENUE :

in, return her formulas for pigeon peas and Knitted. Sentimental Value to Owner--City Aud. Pastor of St. Joseph .

,rice, boiled fish, black beans, conch salad and Tue Nite-Fbancipation ProgramRewardMrs. Methodist continues to ;
fritters and other "Island" dishes. Casserly EL 6-5949 to five Brewster untiring Methodist""rvir. Drive In Super Market

Barbara Reid entertained her brother Freddie
Hospital as chaplain.
Brownwho is the regional representative for a hoi'to service each Sunday -

national beer concern and works out of Washington. : Sea 1 pd ehti morning and on holidays -
The former
man-about-town spent his holidays oter the sound system -
quietly with his family and renewing old for the benefit of Open Sandayj Free Delivery

ties.' Christmas Day, Barbara and .Freddie had 'PIi 1cE4 .146.t' each patient. The service ",,<
Myrtle Avc. ond AdonisBLUEFISH --
Elm rack" Davis dinner PMaee PO 5 9494
as guest. OTMV V ** of Rev. Steger 24 boors a day smici( III
32c available for personal
tb. i
consultation or prayer

rittgink IUCK for those, desiring it.The'D.C.T. :.

SEA BASS Lb. 35c .... .. .students* at "',"

tal are doing a remark-
able Job as they take

WATER their training the
Kingfish STEAKS U.49C
BREAM u. 32- Carious departments of

the hospital. They are FRESH 806 FRESH MAZE
ROE SHAD u.49'FRESH lb. in training in the 390II.

WATER SPANISH Nursing Office Nursing Hlaslets 55C

CATFISH 49c MACKEBELLI LL 3Sc Service. Fhanaacy. Storeroom
Nijv LI.
Mimeograph, Record
SUCKLED RED BASS 39 C Room, Admitting Office CH8C6LATE, YAWUA i PIAM
t te a. Operating Room. Central

THI .LUStVr Supply X-ray, laboratoryand

Young is their advisor. 4
thank SALTMUlin 23c HUM OIIDA .C

you L, 32c DHUMFISH 29 .15C
for Y our IN 10.%UtlT PACKAM U.27_ IN 10-*. CUES PACKACI u.U.2I_ GRADE T I

"': ,R. L. Brown School, FRYERS290
STARTING SUNDAY 1535 Milnor Street was H ICE

broken into, last
,. 1963 S1ANIEYKRAMER SIDNEY POITIER BOBBY DARIN Wednesday. Police investigated CREAM

PASVTS on a report HERSHEY


"AiMED caretaker.A SUGAR
Dallas J. Graham Owner and L. F. D. I.
broken out
glass was
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Samuel C. Rogers, Manager and L. F. D. the south side of 290FRESI
Lawrence JeffersonL. Apprentice EmbalmerMrs. IHBUOiC on the school and it ap- S5.AO f fail eider
Bnma Buah Johnson, SecretaryMiss r
the I.-
peared to be placeof
Yvonne Terry, Asst. SecretaryMrs. S : IN WHITE.
.- entrance, police SELECT
Ouida Gaskins, BookkeeperMrs. : 29C
said. Police also reported 390ft.
Lucille Bell Registered Nurse V '.VINRAGE! a glass was Beef BEEF
LADY ATTENDANTS broken out in the cafe- .
teria door, tat nothinghas Liver I
Mrs. Clara Jones Mrs. Essie Maude Jones
been reported BisFatrolaen -
TIIutllr.,.' aine- 29c
Mr. William RoysterMr. J.D.. Austin GRiTS
Rev. Steve Love 1 Nlk vek 1 WHITING
William McLaughlin Mr. Eddie Hughey I IIt dpi, : andhs! -Gladden-- assis'ted -
Stephenson Mr. Albert Jones lee sho dw... by Sgt. A. B. 5 n:.
..: ,Mr', Roger 11III till ap'ei Gilbreath conductedthe MEAL 250
CPRTESY WORKER ........ or

Deacon Carl R. Jones, Sr. S. llbactl oAlS .investigation.. . . .

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