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 12, 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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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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{''B"' : /14wg4 ss : : ac : .. '..' Court Orders lazT Golf Courses I

.i"L! 12N41 SATURDAY JANUARY 12, 1953 15 CENTS To End Segregation By Jan.18th. .

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Firemen Saved 2 Tots ; Two Died- New Trill Stl

\\ IV ALLPLAYER'S WIFE -:-- : $>".e-- For 2 Youths

I, Saved From ChairTAMPAThe

\\\ ''JES FOR DIVORCE ,4'1 aid have Branches in been fund to of called defend raising the Florida NAACP 6a two efforts to-

,_________a * * Florida men whose

Chirfts Off Extreme (".I.y Ntrolaea. Riid Jax Motel; s x lives death were in Florida's spared from

Levied AfiiHst KC Pliyer Mixed Censes Arrested electric chair when

c. Governor Farris Bryant
Marries Rocks Two white men who probably think James ea granted a stay follow-

Jacksonville's community was reeling from shoe Merideth should be kept off Ole Miss' ing an appeal from Atty.

this week when it 'was' learned that mat was SCOT and wouldn't think of playing on the a, ::141 Francisco A. Rodriguez,

ingly wedded bliss between attracti ve.4rs. Caro-, same golf course with Negroes are now < attorney for the pair.

Ijn Giarles and her major league baseball star faced with 'integrating..' : 4 __ E Granted a new trialin

nusband Edwin (Ed) Charles is apparently to be- A raid on a local motel a a a s s the alleged rape of
ccoe dissolved. According to circuit court: 'records broke up an interracial an elderly Lake County
Mrs. Charles filed suit for divorce o n'
on Saturday the Duval County Sheriff white woman are Jerry
Dec. 15k 1962 charging her spouse with extreme night, January 2 with
__._,.._. a---...... s Departlllent'from Chatman and Robert
4 UCA.1. the result that two the Continental Bowling Shuler. They were con-
In her complaint filed plaintiff. said she got; 1
white men and two Negro Lanes at 3118 Edgewood A victed for the rape of .
their with the
through her attorneys, into car
defendant when the women were arrested Ave., January 2, in regards the woman in 1960 after
the plaintiff stated sd
and placed in Duval to an Interracial & being arrested by
attack took '
that she and the defendant I physical r
County Jail. party involving two Sheriff Willis McCalls
were married on I pi ace.
Cctober 15, 1959 and She went on to say that Facing charges of vio- white men and two Negro et N rsf staff.
lation of Florida Statute .
New evidence introduced -
thereafter lived together when she tried to leave women.

until the date of the car the defendant 798.05 which County Road Patrolmen by Rodriguez resulted -

separation which oc- started up the motor prohibits a Negro man answered the call and in a Grand Jury

I causing plaintiff:; to and a white woman or a upon information sup- indictment against two

roll out of the vehicle white man and a Negro plied them by two wit- SURVIVED HOLACAUSTI--Heroism! on the part of Asst. Fire Chief James A. Dowling Lake County Depqtles.

into the street. woman from occupying, nesses, found the two Lt. Richard Willis, Lt. Allen Jones and R. T. Harper of Ladder Company 4, Charged by the Jury on,

She further stated she the same room at nightare couples occupying a was responsible for saving the lives of two youngsters when fire which resulted perjury conspiracy in

suffered an injury to the following per- room at a New Kings Road from an overturned oil heater destroyed a six-room dwelling this week submitting false evi-

her right ere and other sons: motel. at 1319 W. 26th Street. Two children Lucy Meriwether, 2, and Linda Mayhew, dence in the trial of

bruises, abrasions and Henry Billy Brown, 26, justice of the Peace 4, died in the blaze.. Shown in foreground are Linda Mayhew and Robert Meri- Shuman and Chatman are

M Injuries and. as a result 8850 Yeoman Drive;Mil ton Pendarvis, before whom weather Standing from left are Will Robinson, 84, and Mrs. Lula Bland, 55. Chief Lake Count

has since been Stafford Parker, 22,9050 preliminary charges Criminal Deputy James

under the care of Seventh' Ave..:' DeloresFitzgerald,29 were brought, orderedthe Operators Say EmoryIntegrates' U. Neighbor Held L. Yates and Deputy z-

ph.ysici an.WITHDREW 1399 foursome held under Lucius G. Cl ark.

BANK FUNDS Franklin St. : and Ver- $1,000 bond, each. A Courses To ,IB Man's The new trial date
del Blye Jones; 34 .1399 SlayingWillie
Mrs. Charles Further hearing originally set has been set for

cites that during the Franklin Street. -. for January 3, has been Remain OpenU.S. ATLANTA -- MethodistChurchaffiliated Wall. 62. of January 29in Tavares,
A call received in
MRS CAROLYN CHARLES latter part of December. was continued. District Court Emory 1023 Haywood Lane, isbefn'g Florida.

Enters Divorce Suit 1962 the defendant took Judge University accepted its held In city jail Named by the state
Bryan Simpson
curred on or about the her to the Atlantic Rev. Edw..T. GrahamIs issued a formal decree first two full-time Ne- under homicide Investigation Supreme Court as Spe-
into the
11th of December 1962. National Bank where both Tuesday prohibiting pri- gro students here Jan. 3 gun- cial Judge to hear the
During that time the slaying of his nei d1bor. is former
case a
have savings accounts
plaintiff went on to S8Tthat. Main vate owners of two former incident. George Floyd, 60, of Hillsborough County
she did everythingin and made her withdrew Speaker municipal golf Te two were Mrs. Ver- 1027 Haywood Lane.
Circuit Judge L. L.
her personal savings dell
courses from enforcing Miss
her power to fulfill Officers Jesse Jackson
her marital duties and amounting to $1.434.55. For racial segreagtion Allie Saxon, native At- Parks. Representingthe
adding he made her give Urban state in the
obligations toward the ague against Negro golfers. lantans who have started

him the money and then in4* Judge Simpson issued working on their prosecution of the
defendant as a dutJ *il. nn---..... mas-
industrious and affec- deposited the sum in his Tuesday Jan. 15 The Jax Urban League his decree following a ter's degrees in the two Lake County Deputies -

tionate wife. own name. hearing last-Thursday field of nursing. will be State

As a result, the plaintiff Rev. Edward T. Graham, week. Jan. 18 will be Atty. Arthur L. Steed
DENIED HER FRIENDSIn said her nerves Miami Teacher of Orlando. The latter
pastor of Mt. Zion Bap- I the effective date of

other charges. Mrs. have been shattered and tist Church, Miami, and the injunction, it was jase is a separate ORe

Charles charged that her her health impared. nationally known for his announced.The Wins Citation and will be held on a
husband refused her the
Further allegation dis- different date.
wide experience in human decree was modified
companionship of friends MIAMI---A local Negro
close that the defendant The Deputies
relations, will be prin- to Include, in additionto were accused
and if the plaintiff did earns approximately a. matron was among eight by two former
cipal speaker when the the City of Jackson I i
not do everything he $15,000 a year as a Jax urban League holds ville and its agents, women upon whom honors Tt Lake County Deputies, 1

said, he flew into fits ball player and also hasa Its annual meeting Tues- prohibitive injunctionsto and applause were Thomas Ledford and NoelE. .

of rage. salaried job during showered last Wednesdaywhen WILLIg WALL .
Roland Hurley, present Jr., of admitting
day night Jan. 15
the winter months. owner of Brent wood they were cited at Investigationand the false
St. Stephen .AME Church
Further charges by Mrs. The plaintiff is also Golf Course, and Fred a luncheon of the National Augustus Jones said evidence IB tile trial.

Charles reveal that she suing for total support Dr. W.W. Schell, chairman i Gh ioto. owner of the Council of Jew- witnesses disclosed thatan The NAACP is asking

was subjected to a and'seeks payment of of the board, an- Hyde Park Golf Course ish Women: Greater Miami argument ensued that all ooatrlbutioBS

physical beating when court charges from the nounced. REV. EDWARD T. GRAHAM including agents and Section and the YoungWomen's between the two men on to the Association be
the defendant struck her defendant. The program will get the afternoon of J ml. 4
...Principal Speaker Christian As-
employes of bate men. and made by check or moneyorder.
about the head and body Mabon'and Stratford are underway promptly at sociation.The Floyd attempted to
works It came following the Cheeks shouldbe
through committees
strike Wall with
on Dec. 11. B62. representing the plain- 7:30) o'clock.Rev. recipient of the a
to solve problems of original injunction was stick. This resulted in mailed to the
On that occassion, the tiff. Graham will speak
.****.*.**.** frco the subject: "The health and welfare, ordered by the U.S. distinction was Mrs. the shooting episode, Florida State COB
foiaance recreation Court of Appeals for the Charles (Mayme) Williamswho ference of Branches,
NCAA OkaysHlJls' into the record Role of the Jackson- child care, tk en stated.
ville Urban to vocational guidance andemployment 5th Circuit which stated was cited for work Patrolmen Jones and NAACP; 705 Bast Harrison -

League opportuni- that the re vert er clausein in Negro education. Mrs. Jackson arrested Wall at St.Taapa, Florida.
.. the Community, and theCommunity
Rtcord ,- the sales contractsof Williams is a teacherat
ties. The UL s methodis the scene immediately
toward the Booker T. Washington GE A" J : I
a professionalsocial the golf courses pro- following the' shooting.The .
Jacksonville Jacksonville Urban
LOS ANGELES yr vided that the coursesif School. found in CRUrCH TODAYWILLIAMSES !
technique based weapon was
Robert Hayes League.
3 The honor affair for
used for anythingbut
front of 1016 Haywood ,
unobtrusivelyinto For upon facts. Its tools .-
stepped many years their original purpose women engaged in social Lane, 14 : :I. '
police reported. J
the widening split Graham has been activein are those of study; education -- -
Bade the new action was described by
between the National! work related to the discussion,
owners agents of the Miami Herald Club Editoras
Collegiate Athletic As- planning and mutual
League and has
city, thus leaving the one that "elsewhere
sociation and the Amateur served in understanding.The .
of its
Athletic Union this many is city with some semblanceof would bring some of
UL supported by
capacities. it is believed -
week. control over the them censure."
that his the Jax community, Is a
The NCAA track and .w coming course. Others cited were Mrs.
camber: of the CommunityPlanning
field rules committee ROBERT HAYES here will greatly aid Both Hurley and biota Nathaniel Levin, first
Council and is
approved the 9.2-second ;he local community in reportedly stated Tues- president of the Miami
books alongside of also an affiliate of
dash record understanding the work
day that they would
National Council of
the world's Frank Budd's record of the Urban the National Urban
eaaal11 League.
comply with the order., Jewish Women: Herald
record which Hayes of which was set in 1961. During this time, the League. reporter Juanita Greene,
Urban ********:*********
Fla. A&M University runlast .sDepity League will kickoff -
} ssssssssss Mrs. Cyril B. Smith
Feb. H at M1 ami. its annual membership -
Life Terns Givei Killers Florida president of
However, the AAD had drive under the
ShiftsSnptct the League of Women
refused to accept Hayes'lark direction of Rev. J. S.
Voters:Mrs. H. Franklin
when It was dis- Johnson Blared Negro Officer Crawford.
l IIl1fl pastor of St. .. Wllliaas, later-group
officials at Gerald Fisherman and
closed that Stephen AXE Church.
MIAMI Life prison leader; De. Jean Jones
the, Miami Beet used a The local Urban League Wllllaa Lawrence pleaded
tens given two-30-)
DFLJWD Stating that Perdue,medical directorof
calibre .22 pistol Instead functions through a guilty to first degree
year old Negroes who
a Negro suspect apparently the county welfare
of a .32 calibre Board of Directors consisting mu rder. Ferguson was
pleaded guilty: to the
reached into department end the late
pistol usually used as a his pocket for a knife of civic minded last Nov. slaying of Negro killed with his own pis- Krs.Laura Sutter,former : HONORED Mrs. Charles ((Mayae

standard by the starter. which he took to be Jacksonville citizensof police officer Jer- tol when he stopped the Willi ems. left teacher at Booker T. Washington
The NCAA's contentionwas threatening gesture, all race and creeds, rell Ferguson.The two men for questioning director of Haven School. Miami who was cited by the

that a larger blank Deputy Sheriff Harold in order to enhance a two men were sentenced a short time after two School whose citation Miami National Council of Jewish Woven and

cartridge wouldn't Bake better understandingand Monday holdups were reported. was received by Robert the YWCA for outstanding wort is sees with
Copper shot and critically following E
a BBQ mo any faster sad wounded Luke til cooperation between their trial before Cir- Turnerassistant'superintendent Mrs. H. Franklin Wiliiaas. other citation

thus entered Hayes per- 11 fl>8 here Monday. all citizens of the cuit Judge Grady L. SHOP and SAVEAt of education, wiener for her work in inter-group rela
JEWESS Yilt Adsas Dade County. tions.

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2323 Itecrief .Road--Ptee Elgin 4-6782 EL 4-6783 hailed YORK The American Jewish Congress
as a "significant
step forward" a
Ma** AMress .:' ,.; .. j' -f: tice ruling by Nassau County Supreme Court Jus-
M'.v.yoa iwo 2 fi .,. Frank A. Gulotta ordering a Mas-

P. 0. Box 561 !Jactaffie 1 1FIerWa sapequa recident to answer charges by a
I Puerto Rican couple who said >1

5 /.MIp7E! they had been threatened with
SUBSCRIPTION RATES I bodily harm if they moved into ''

a new housing development. "

One Year. $6.00 Half Year $4.00 The case is believed to mark -

Mailed to you Anywhere in the Unified States -fil8 %liJJI the first time in American legal -

Subscription payable in Advance t history that emotionaldistress -

*, Send Check or Honey order to: as a ground for
damages has been recognized by -
a court in a civil rights mat-
Jacksonville 1, Florida ter. SIMPSON

r I Justice Culotta's ruling. handed down in
THE WHITE HOUSE Mineola' last week denied a motion by at- -r
torneys for Arthur Bertolotti of 210 Elm
-; t ( St. Massapequa, asking dismassal of a

;EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION CENTENNIAL $21,500 damage suit filed by Mr. and Mrs.

.. Manuel Ruiz of 747 Janos Lane West Heap-

compensation for 'esotional dis-

A PROCLAMATION tress suffered upon receiving the threats

-. _e.--: ., -:-_ '.- --. --::-.- -= _. -. and for punitive damages as well as pecuniary -
WHEREAS January I, 1963, marks the cen- ; losses resulting from costs incurred -

tennial of the Proclamation in which in rescinding the contract they
signed to buy house in and
a Massapequa in
l President Abraham Lincoln declared all Your
Weekly finding another home in the Lakeview sec-
persons held as slaves in States or partsof
tion of West
States still in rebellion to be "then, Hempstead.

t thenceforward, and forever free" ; and Michael 0. Finkelstein. who is serving ,
without fee as Mr. Ruiz' lawyer at the ?

WHEREAS the issuance of the Emancipation Horoscope Guide request of the American Jewish Congress

Proclamation marked the beginning of said the ruling was "full vindication of
our view that such threats of violence are
the end of the iniquitous institution of
slavery in the United States, and a great ly PABLO, The ASTROLOGERWHICH immoral and"ill not be countenanced by

stride toward the fulfillment of the the courts.
principle of the Declaration of Independence AREBUSINESS YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR The damage suit charges that when Berto-
I lotti learned of the Puerto Rican faaily s
I that "all men are created equal, LOVE TRAVEL f
contract to purchase a $19,000 house on
that they are endowed by their Creator
with certain unalienable Rights, that I his block in May 1961 he personally

among these are Life, Liberty and the> ARIES it expedient to make pale by comparison. And wandering end erratic in called on the builder--Abe Farber of Abe
\ pursuit of Happiness" ; andWHEREAS Born March 21st thru your plans as flexibleas if you extend a helping behavior. Farber Associates and expressed anger at
moving into the neigh-
"colored persons"
t April 19th
you can. It may be hand you will notice 5-70-88-16-47-578
borhood. Bertolotti told Farber that Mr.
the Emancipation Proclamation Labor relations are necessary to change them that your burdens grow
:1 and the 13th, 14th and 15th amendments to likely .to be strained at a minute's notice, lighter in proportion? to AQUARIUSBorn and Mrs: Ruiz and their children would
because of the inabilityof unavoidable Jan. 20th thru suffer bodily harm if they should move in
the Constitution of the United States because of the compassion you display '
guaranteed to Negro citizens equal rights any of the parties circumstances that could and the aid that Feb. 18th to the neighborhood the complaint alleges

with all other citizens of the United concerned to budge an keep your nose at the you tender. It would be The pressures that are adding:
inch from prepared posi- or that would being applied by peopleor "These threats were made with malice and
& States and have made possible great progress grindstone good sense to modify
i toward the enjoyment of those tions. This will not be bring transportation toa your diet to meet .therequirements circumstances are not and for the sole purpose of causing plaintiffs -
c : rights and of benefit to your earn- complete halt. And if shown on likely to be lessened now .to b.e: .jJJ.t jr1.such great fear star; ;,.-:
1 .., Ing power if employed you have sound investments the calorie chart, nor during any time this their personal safety and for the safety
nor allow your businessto paying you steady should this figure among month. If you succumb to of their children that they would not take
WHEREAS the goal of equal rights for all
then jeopardizeyour "
prosper, if have dividends it you may possession of their home.
i our citizens is still unreached, and the you would be your other problems.
others working for you. rash to transfer them 7-20-66-19-72-726 savings economic A month later the complaint continues,
securing of these rights is one of the It may be wiser to get into enterprises that ties, or precious friend Farber told the Ruiz family of the threats
great unfinished tasks of our democracy: SCORPIO ships. You must be -
particularly rescindthe
an impartial arbitratorto promise more than they thru and Ruiz a printer agreed to
Born Oct. 24th
pt intercede or aid in can deliver. selfdisciplined. purchase agreement.In .
NOW THEREFORE I, JOHN F. KENNEDY, Pres- obtaining agreements 370441263374LEO Nov. 22nd The Aquarians who denying the motion to dismiss the

ident of the United States of America, do th at will meet with Even if your feelingsrun have a long past behind Ruiz' suit Justice Gulotta declared:

hereby proclaim that the Emancipation general approval. high, make up your them should find that "This is an action for a wilful and ma-

reclamation expresses our Nation's policy 4-30-22-16-58-432 Born July 23rd thru mind not, to display or their previous experiences licious tort, the very-purpose of which

founded on Justice and morality, and TAURUSBorn Aug. 22nd give way to them. The will stand them was to so frighten and distress the plaintiffs -
that it is therefore fitting and proper You undoubtedly have stability of your in good stead whep con- that they would surrender their
20th thru
k to commemorate the centennial of the his- had sufficient warningthe economy and friendships ditions reach a critical
house where they
20th to buy a
May legal
could hang in the balance stage.
toric Emancipation Proclamation throughout previous quarter to,
idle words
Curtail your social activities and it would not Your ,ruler Mars, continued pleased. These were not mere
year 1963. adopt a more prudent
if find !bf disapproval but a specific threat of
you course of behavior during take much to tip the to bring great
that they take 'bodily harm. The ultimate purpose of
you away You activity into romance.
this scales against you.
I call upon the Governors of the States, one. Shouldyou out of the
from your gainful activities to the Projects which call for keeping 'colored people'
of cities and have failed to learn should cater '
mayors other public of-
be accomplishedunless v
could not
t special studiesor of closest research or creativeefforts neighborhood
ficials well the lessons implied, it wishes your
as as private
and persons, organizations from the dear ones who is possible that a more associate when it comes are also stimu the immediate objective of putting

1centennial by, appropriate groups, observe the have first claim to _your forcible one may have to, to selecting an apart- lated. In these fields, them in fear for their safity first suc

f attentions. Besides, you be swallowed. Instead of ment or house if this it favors all your endeavors ceeded."
1 cannot afford to be person has Justice Gulotta continued:
8th and
I I request the United States Commission acting strictly on your, very conservative on
placed in situations own. on these critical leanings. A good 16th. Strive for attainment The fact that the threat was uttered to
on Civil Rights to plan and
participatein that are too costly by days. :you may ave your- day for buying selling and recognitionor an intermediary for communication to
appropriate commemorative activities friends who have knowl- self much trouble and or speculating. cement closer emotional plaintiffs does not, in any way detract

A recognizing the centennial of the Issuance edge of or regard for embarrassment by confi- 9-10-99-B-51-918 ties on the 16th from its viciousness and illegality. An'organizer'

of the Emancipation: Proclamation; your economic limita ding In your mate or SAGITTARIUSBorn when your ruler is trined who goes into a barber shop

and I also request the Commission on tions. You and your mate others ages and Nov. 23rd thru by the Sun. The warning and tells an employee to tell the employer

t Civil Rights and other Federal agenciesto should show a united experience make them Dec. 21st given by this positionof to raise the price of hair cuts or

cooperate fully with State and local front when you are faced competent enough to As there is little Mars develops during his shop will be dynamited would get short

governments during 1963 in commemorating with unreasonable atti- light the way for you. change in prospect to the last week of the shrift with ,the defense that he did not

1'' these events.I tude on the part of members 5-SO 11-14-01-581 ease the way for you month. :speak to-the employer personally."For .

of the new genera VIRGO take the same precautions these reasons I believe that defendant -

i call upon all citizens of the United tion. Born Aug. 23rd thru that were recommended 3- -55-13-95-395 must come forward and stand on
States and all officials of the United 2-50-33-13-84-253 Sept. 22ndIf during the second PISCES his position that the episode did not

I States and of every State and local GEMINI you see that thereis quarter. You may also Born Feb. 19th thru take place and not that he is not liable

government to dedicate themselves to the Born May 21st thru little chance of getting have to review your March 20th even if it did happen, which is his position -

1 completion of the task of assuring that June 21st anywhere with the spending habits to keep You may be tempted to on this motion."

every American, regardless of his race The pressures to take tactics: or methods you them more in line with overstep your authorityand
* * * *
religion color, or national origin, enjoys drastic action to resolve have employed heretofore today s realities, even wade out far beyond

all the rights guaranteed by the personal differ- you should not be stub- If your: friends tend to your depth. The associatewho
Constitution laws of the United ences are growing stronger bom in your determination ignore them. The 18th- are warning you of Give for the Life of A Child

States.IN making it all the to continue with 19th seem to be troublesome the perils involved

more desirable for yon them. Results are what within days the at family.home You or should be taken seriously

WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set to stiffen your resis you want and resultsare can only add fuel to the Instead of being re-

I my hand and caused the Seal of the Uniteo tance. Unless you are what you'll get, if flames If YOu Inject buffed. The determinationto

States of America to be affixed this deliberately out to yon are flexible and views that are not popular have your own way regardless -
twenty-eighth day of December in the wreck your home or key adaptable when this is with but of everyone and
year of our Lord ninteen hundredand associations which does the only way out. Think yourself. everything, may make you _
sixty-two, and of the Independence not appear to be the this over carefully 8-40-33-14-34-843 wish that you bad listened 1 J

of the United States of Americathe case you will have to should you be face to to the voice of
one hundred and eighty-seventh. call on all your wisdom face with a dilemma. Yon CAPRICORNBorn reason in the first a
and high principles to should not Jeopardize, Dec. 22nd thru place. Yon can expect

JOHN F. KENNEDY aid you in making the your domestic or public Jan. 19th your opponents to organize ,
( right decisions. If life relations just for the. The same recommendations and to use any methods r. -

By the President: has taught you anything sake of being right on that were offered during they deem necessary to
then is the time to make these days. the-previous quarter hold gain the ascendancy over

DEAN RUSK use of the knowledge to 1-60-T7 n-85-167 good during this one vou.
insure your happinessand even more so. fisbfulseas The long transit of

security. LIBRA will not cause bad Mars through the portionof _
Secretary of state e.r .
Born Sept. 23rd thru
weather unwelcome
6-10-65-15-48-645 or news your chart governing
Double-Barreled. Benefits Oct. 23rd to disappear. Hold firm travel serves to stimulate -
CANCER The troubles that afflict to your original ideas a desire for change .

I One o<* the newest and fastest growing small businesses I to Born June 22nd thru you may not seem that were ultraconservative and new scenes, which -I
the UJS. today is the self-service laundry and drycleaning stor... July 22nd so _ominous when you forget In character, and may be satisfied under L -
It is a double-barreled business offering benefits to both tlcustomer" _
and the store owner. Customers get good drycleanlr:. As It Is almost impos- yourself and startto let the others take the conditions prevailing '
and direct savings up to 75%. At the same time the other sU de sible for almost anyone. think of others. Look .risks. Yon will have to the 8th sad 16th.22077ts27275. s- -
3f the till looks good. too. even for stores in email and melt" including about and locate Qn .; .... \7-ii
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Les Elites Bridge Club capped a successful climax
to the local
f 1 social whirl when holiday Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Richard McBride
they presented their annual Leroy Lewis of
Cocktail Party at spacious Club Eldorado. Among William Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. William King,
,} guests celebrating the event were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bland Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Simpkins Jones W. Brewington. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Brewington Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Robinson. Officers -
Edward Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. James club members shown seated from left are Mrs Leis Avery
E. Bennett, Jonathan McCone, natee treasurer; Miss Annie B. Mi-
Dr. and Mrs. Jean Downing Dr. 0. W. McIntosh Mr. and Mrs. Ann MCIntosh, president; Mrs. Johnnie M. Mitchell vice
Mrs. Jerry iszard Jr. Dr. C. B. McIntosh president; Mrs Elizabeth BMoTneS'MrrtaT
?.Mrs. Catherine, Thomas Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler, Mesdames Frances Walden and Martha Perry : Standing from left: Mrs Marie B. MCClain M" Alvenia Scriven, Mrs. V rmal

Mr. and Mrs. W. Russell Robinson, Ben Durham Jr. Miss Bernice Griffin, Leroy Jackson, Mrs. G. W. assistant Henderson, Mrs. Maxine Jackson, Mrs. Irma Murray and Mrs. Louise Guinyard,

Washington, Mrs. Josephine Cleveland, Miss Mary Latimer, Ambrose Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Rubin secretary. Photo right shows portion of assembled guests. (Royal Art Studio Photos)

i Popular Couple Is United Alpha Kappa Alphas Johnson I Present PTAWill Bridge Club MeetsMrs.

Elects New Prexy Fashion 0 Rama

Muslims l, Attacked Svelte models and the Lorice Howard was hostess when Les Char-

DETROIT Mrs. JuliaB. latest in Milady's current mantes Bridge Club met in the home of Mrs. A. ,

Purnell and spring fashions G. White.
With professorof
psychology at will go on display menthe Qualifying for club prizes were Mesdames Joyce
James Wei don Johnson Lawson Barbara Walker and
Southern University Ba- Norma White. Guest
inch of column taken ,
every space during the
ton Rouge, La. was e- PTA presents its Second prizes were awarded to Mesdames Lois Iszard and
past week find it
we necessary to continue our ected Annual Fashions-O-Rama Frances Waldon.
reporter: Holiday events' this week. "' president of ,
Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority Sunday* -Feb. 10 starting A special feature of the meeting was the exchange -
We greeted the New Year in the Van Buren
at 4 in the school
at the organiza- p.m. of "Secret Sister" gifts.Spencer's.
home of William Broadway, well known Eastside auditorium.Mrs. .
40th conventionhere.
+ resident. Bill and other Ambessadors had friendsin Ethel Davenport

Jones Enjoying for, one Mr. of the and those affair Mrs. "real William were lucky"Mr.H. Adams and southern Mrs., Mrs.Eulene menus.Lois closest Results AKA elections of history one of in were the recent Diana Bannister Shop, will fashion for super-Jax'coordinator ((3 Ii] 1.3 [3 [3

Avery, Mrs. Vivian Jefferson, John Harris, of New reported to the dele- vise the fashion show. ;

HavenConn., a member of the Mitchell-Ruff aggregation FTA members now in the ..
gates Sunday evening.
; Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan McCbne, Mr. and Mrs. process of completing
They placed Mrs. Purnell
James Bennett, Oscar Hillman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles eleven votes ahead of plans for the presentation (Wl1theg -

t ParSdns,' Mrl und Mrs. 'Edw rd' Barnes, Al Jdyner; ,?. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones of St. Augustine; and, :: i;> iIi : Langston, Okla retiring Jordm, chairmen; Mrs. E

The W. Russell Robinsons. .. national trea- R. Perry co chairman;
r It was the second visit to Mr. Broadway's home -'" ii.i. ", ':y '" surer. Miss Laura Kate S. L. Jones. PTA president -

in less than a week for many in the, group. He was ,, n; '7 ; Conpbell, Detroit schoolteacher ; James H. Greene

I host at a breakfast party following the ChristmasBall. ",',, ",>,...'"" "4.', '.kfi' placed third. principal. -
':t: iJ ,v":: Mrs. Emma Brinkley of Ala. Mrs. E.D. Bannis- S

Among persons present on this occasion were The In one of the most brilliant and impressive eventsof Philadelphia was re- ter, J. Williams B. f y.

1 James Bennetts, The Jonathan McCones, Leroy B. the fall-winter social season end which was wit- elected first vice president Fbrd. Mrs. D. Williams L ,

Jackson, and Miss Bernice Griffin. nessed tOT: more than 500 guests. Miss Mite Pare Mrs. Mary P Mrs. Braces and Mesdames h

Roundtree. the daughter of Daniel Roundtree and Mrs King of Los Angeles was Hard A. Fisher. A.M.

l :::Li' .-. ............................... .., Eleanor Taylor of Falatka,; became the bride of I elected secretary, and Robinsop Elna L. George Undershirts

t Charles Maxwell, the son of Mrs. Louise Maxwell.the Mrs Eugene B. Long of and Hozelle Bruton.

Best wishes for a rapid recovery to George H. event being solemnized: during a candlelight service Tyler.; Texas, was named Friends and the general { reinforced.Soft white cotton Choose nylon-
Starkes of 4432 Roth Drive, S. Mr. Starkes is Dec. 27 in Second'Baptist Church, Rev. J.C.. Sams treasurer. public are invited.Auxiliary s ,; side, tie-side or lip-on

I confined to Brewster Hospital as the result of pastor, officiating. *.......... The election climaxeda ( itr style.Short sleeves.Guaran*

I an accident. The bride, given in made from the same week in mid some 900 Meets .dr f.; teed and by Parents Good Housekeeping

marriage by her father fabrics as their dressesand women delegates took a magazines. Ce

..*...........*....*.....*.... wore a floor-length gown were designed by close look at scholarship At BrewsterThe t '.t $ Sizes 6 months 39
chantilly lace rt r to 2V4 years
.r of white Mattie Hayes: of Mattlc aid. community service -

Mr. and Mrs. C. Bon Bostick of 8072 Ribault over net and taffeta.The Milliner. The dresseswere programs and Woman's Auxiliaryto j 1 Super-Value. .

;N Road chose the Yuletide Season for christening skirt was enhanced tailored by Mrs. organizational structureof the Medical, Dental Training PantsSoft
by: large siers of ruffles Allie the 40,000 member AKA
i services for their young daughter, Sharletta Roundtree grandmother and Pharmaceutical Association a
1 Vonceil. with the back forming of the bride. sororityA met recentlyin absorbent doublethicfc -

a "V" ifcich ground Jacob L. Maxwell, keynote of the convention cotton with triple
The rites were performed during the morning the Board Room of '' crotch and
services on December '30, in Mt. Zion AME Church, into a chapel train.The brother of the groom, designated Brewster Methodist smoothflat
bodice featured an was best man. Ushers were 'Cb AD g1 n g With The --z lock S'&r99C
with the Rev. W. F. Foster officiating. Hospital with the president seams.
Italian neckline with Changing Times-Moving Insizes26.BIRDSEYE.
Marshall Neal Alvin
Little Sharletta beautifully gowned in white Mrs. C. B. McIntosh
irridicent sequins .a- White. Wendell Me Tear, Forward With Our Youth". .
lace, was received by: her doting godparents, Mr. presiding.Mrs.
round the neckline. The Algernon Roun.dtree. was set by U.S. Dist.
c Eleanor Hurley,
and Mrs. Alvin G. Ihi teA .
gown was a "Portrait brother of the bride; judge James B. Parsonsat
coffee hour was held in the basement of the director of CommunityRelations
Bridal Orifinal. The John Chappelle was a public meeting and Volunteer _
church following the DIAPERS
Bride's fingertip veil Junior usher. prior to the first ses- Service at Brewster

..................*........... of silk illusion trailed Little Jayne Smith sion. spoke to the group relative Kress' own brand. 27' x 27' cut size It tff QQ
from a crown tiara of flower girl, wore a Judge Parsons admonished to the need for with hemmed edges longer wearIngfasterdrymgmoreabsarbenttoo.- ** w**

I Mesdames Ruth C. Solomon Julia Razzard, and pearls and rhinestonesat cherry pink gownaade of the group to adult leaders for the mm doz.
of each point take stand against the
the tip velveteen In a
Volunteens. She invited -
Nona S. White returned recently from Detroit,
of the crown She white lace, and a teachings the Black
A the members to Join
and !
Michigan Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority's National -
t carried a white bouojiet matching hat of the same Muslim movement which v_
Boule which they attended as delegates of the hospital auxiliaryas
mien contained, 43 nose- materitd. She carried a he said originated in unit.Attending.
( Gamma Rho Omega Chapter. They reported an enjoy- a
gay roses two carnations white basket of flowers. Detroit in 1930. Doc-
able and active Boule, including a public meeting the meeting :, ._ Cotton Flannel
Jr. trines of love, rather .
and Forest Murphy was
one white
were: Mrs. W. W Schell. --
; at Wayne university; Mistletoe Mixer at the famed
orchid which the ring bearer.The the doctrines of hate
graced the Gowns Kimonos
Sheraton Ballroom; numerous business sessions; Mrs. Jerry Iszard, Mrs. ,
Bother needed In the world :
scater of her beautifulbouquet. brides worea are
Mrs. R.V. PloreD ee, Mrs.
Pan-Hellenic Dance at beautiful Co bo Rail: the w
red brocade suit-dress todjp. he said.
undergraduate luncheon; Alpha Kappa Alpha Dance; D.L. Lauray, Mrs. R. P.
hat of The convention was /
Miss Patricia V. Round- with a Batching 2forI00Soft
Mills and Mrs. I.D.
several regional brunches; and, a banquet at the i' .f
Grand Ballroom. tree the bride's sister pink and red flowers. given a report on coa- H arri s.Every .

was her maid of honor. her other acessories pletion of a $12,000 ,j ?
Mrs. Julia B. Purnell of Baton Rouge Louisiana * *
She wore a street length matched.the dress. She grant to the pediatric t and longwearing -

was elected as Supreme Basil eus. The new presl dress of turquoise blue also wore white gloves. hospital at Howard University January since -. \ trimmed in

( dent serves as professor of Psychology at Southern: velveteen with a short The groom's Bother .wore for research 1938 bas, been March of .' 1.! dainty braid rife H
fancy acetate
University.The Jacket which buttoned in a turquoise lace dress into sickle cell anemia Dimes month. Join the ; bon.

August, 1964 Boule will be held in Phila- the back with an open with Batching assecorles 25th Anniversary March

delphia. "V" look. They both wore purple PATRONIZEStar of Dimes in 1963 and
The bride's maids were throat orchids. fight crippling birth
.............................. Misses Sylvia Hart. Josie .1 y
Collins Consuelo Caterer for the recap Advertisers defects arthritis and

Jackson cousin of the tlon was Mrs. Florence polio. .
i Mrs. Doris Bennett and Mrs. Sally Baldwin were Jackson.
rifle; Miss ElmarvaRomdtree.
guests when Gems Bridge Club met recently in the sister of the Out of town guests

Hart street boae of Miss Zelea Johnson. bride was a Junior were: Miss Odiss Ruse, HATCH ESS 3 Sanitized Cotton Receiving "ets"

Besides the regular activities of the club bridesmaid and Mrs. N.T. City; Mrs. Barbara -iitb--

Seasonal gifts were exchanged.Mrs. Helen R. Stanton, Bronx. N.T. Cleaned oiled Adjusted, Case
Griswald. matron ; 71k 1_ Large 2 6 x 3 soft-napped cotton
Lois Avery was high scorer In the bridge of honor. Miss Barbara S&ith, Newark foliahed and one of the follow- .t 4.. blankets specially Sanitized to 39HfHTHO

I session, with Mrs. Doris Bennett.Qualifying for The bride's aids wore N.J.; 'Mr. and Mrs tag parts included;
protect baby. value price.
guest prize. identical adornments of Doe Taylor Mrs. llaali JDit. MAIM SPRING SIB' or CROW

Mrs. ;Geneva ,Wheeler, Mrs. Myrtis Thomas, Mrs. cherry pink with short Jackson Palatka; Jabob R&XUUl:: CRYSTAL !

Catherine Jackson, Mrs. Marie McClain, Mrs. pockets. They wore white Maxwell Jr.. St. Peters- All fork Goanoteed 1 TearJEWELRY - ,- -.

tathyrn Robinson, Mrs. Sylvester Bossard, and dress length gloves with lure; Mrs. Sylvia Cooper env DAVIDSON'S Chronographs m m m s: m PI A Tn AT WV NMVOpu

lira.'lt.rian Walker were among ambers present. their three-quarter Karri am a; Mrs. Carrie wvKt and Special -
length Jackets and shoesto Gaines. Miss Clara Yarn ran CO. Models Slight

...................*.......... match their dresses. Mrs. Jessie Tarn, Clear- 111' IHmI r, .-.... H1ih.r J Monday aaa Friday Kites-Sit. 'Ml i i.e.wwTTTT .

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Fellowship Mislims Set Holy Hospital 1 Employees Celebrate Annual teP Scout BanquetSet Brewster Mei-r ----

Meifli (ObservanceDETROIT ,
laflisl Church Al-HaJJi, For Jaa. 24thBY Meet' Sunday

Services for Sunday. at Talib A. Dawud, 1maa of t t;. PARHAI JOHNSON The Brewster Men a Club

Fellowship Baptist The Muslim Brotherhood Northwestern Junior- will hold its regular

Church. 1414 Logan St. U.S.A., officially announces Senior High School will meeting Sunday at 7:45

have been announced. by to the Muslims be the scene of the 1963 a. III. in the cafeteriaof

Rev. CLH. Hamilton, pas- IQ the United States P R bantpet of the Cherokee Brewster Methodist

tor. that Ramadhan, the sacred Division North Florida Hospital with the presi-

Sunday. School will be- month of Fasting 1J 1 Council Boy Scouts of dent, J. Earl Morse..

rd fin, at 9:30 a. n. with> for all Muslims all over iY Gi America which is presiding.At .

IX Mrs. G. II. Hamilton, the world begins this scheduled for Jan. 24 at the Testimonial Tea

superintendent:, and instructors year on January: 26th and 7:30 p.m
which was given Dec. 31
in charge.: At will continue to Feb.
Dr. J. C. Downing. Dis-
to honor Jack H.II1i\ t-
11 a. p. lose Missionswith 25th. trict
Ch&iraai is look- tington the outgoing
J Miss Doris Davis The month of Ramadhan ing forward to a great adoinistrator md Robert

president presiding. is the month in which event through the
4 Sermon Deacon the first part of the committee Nordhaa, the present
.by HenryKelvin. Holy Qir* an. the Muslim headed by Rev. J administrator the club

scriptures, was revealed B.F. Williams. The com
gave a check for $300 as
BTU at 5: 30 p.m. will mittee has secured the
to the Holy Prophet a payment on the $10.000
Mrs. L. V. Wilcox, president place set the time
Muhammad 1400 years ago pledge made to the

presiding. Even- in Arabia. This fur' an worked out the menu hospital by the Men's
Ing services will startat -'"' I_ formed the prog'raa
Instructs: 0, you who con- club.

7 p.m. with the pas- believe! Fasting' is pre- ;, tacted the participants Representatives from
tor or an appointee de- and now it is working
scribed for you as it '" __ on the various departments
livering the sermon. was prescribed for those ANNUAL EVENT Employes of Mercy Hospital and guests observed; the annual party' last week and en- other phases of the annual of the hospital made remarks -

be flare you so that youmay joyed a sumptuous buffet luncheon. Also honored event.
Plan during the party was the hospital's foundersope1rator. and presented
,iscopa Bans Some of the Scouterswho
guard against evil.. Dr. Earth M.M.hi tee Attendees .seated from left are: Mrs. Mary Hammond. Mrs. Beatrice N. have worked hard md beautiful and valuable

i I Crusade Of Faith The month of Ramadhan is Williams. Miss Marilyn Kay to, formerly of Jacksonville, and now employed in New York City; Mrs. J long through the years' gifts. The Medical staff

The Episcopal Church in 1 thad in which the Qiran Gross. Mrs. Louise Smalls Mrs R Y Thompson, R N. Mercy! Hospital superintendent; Mrs. Mary F. will be cited for meri- Hospital A ixili aq. Brew

South Florida is commencing was revealed.. therefore, Brown Mrs. Martha Gads den, Dr E.M M White Mrs Margaret Major Miss Ruth Delifus. Mrs. Ann II., torious service renderedthe ster Mother' s, E&ployees' ,

the 1963' whoever of'yoa witness Wise and Mrs. Eula Jones. Standing from left: Elijah Ofydene Mrs. Helen Mack Mrs. Katymae Ben- Boy'Scout organiza the T. ,. C. S. of the
year the month he shall fast nett. Mrs. Johnnie Lamb Mrs. Etbec Jacksonville District of
with the broadest Ingram. Charlie Harris. William Benton. Mrs. Jewel Pel ton and tion.
during it. and whoever the
Mrs. Amelia COffey. Methodist Church.
R. A. Sewall chief executive -
Evangelistic yet is sick or on a journey Mrs. Maid Higdoa md the
in the United 1 ( Billy Brown Photo } of the Cherokee
attempted _
he shall fast a like Brewster Mm' s Club the
States. The initial program number of other days." New TV Gospel Division is expectingthe sponsoring group for the
of Missionary YMCA Teams For 600 Girl Scouts 1963 banquet to surpass -
Fasting is the fourth Prep testimonial.
Show For Jax. those in previous
Preaching will be called 1
of five pillars of the In hi s remarks Mr.

The Crusade of Faith. Islamic Faith and the Television audiences in Adult Members In '63 Drive Meet Challenges years. The arrangements Whlttlngton. related
24 got underway in time to
Episcopal Bishop HenryI. duty of keeping the Fast cities can now see a some of experiences he

LoutUt:, D.D. decided is enjoined upon every weekly program that fea- Forces of the Janes Weldon John son Branch YMCA Of New YearBY prevent. any unnecessaryrush. had enjoyed since coming

in 1961 to name 1963 as adult Muslim be he tures an all-Negro cast to Brewster. Mr. Nordhaa
are girding for
a minimum of 6--adult members Tickets sale
'TV MRS. .1. E. DAVIS are now on
the for evangelismin Gospel also
year beggar or king. From Time" made remarks.
during the annual membership enrollment drive Girl Scout and it is possible for
which Executive '
the Diocese of South dam to sunset .each day telecast in which The testimonial is now
gets in the
near future. all who desire to attend
Florida. during this thirty day this area over Jacksonville Leaders of the local history md the men will
L.M. Argrett, membership Brown. W. H. White will find it convenientto
s channel launch
The purpose of the 1 period the Muslim must 4 every Girl Scout movement are their 1963 program
Crusade of Faith is to abstain from food and Sunday at 9:00 a m. chairman announcedthe Peppers. A Ad&II s. Jr. proudly expressing the secure tickets. Those Run'Jay Every man

bring Christ to all drink of every descrip- TV Gospel Time" appointment of Wendell L.F. Williams, Rev. F. D. opinion that 1962 was 1 who have attended the whose name is on the
marks several important P. Holmes Richardson Dr. L. B. annual banquet in past
Florida restore the tion. Chewing gum or "firsts" of one of the most successful roster is expected to
i lapsed Christians to smoking is forbidden. to the Negro. It interest is general chairman for Chi Ids, R. Brown Sr., in the history of :years know what it is be present. President
Church and strengthenthe The Muslim must also first television membership enrollment Rev. S.P. Nesbitt. Rev.F. the local organization'shistory. like and those attendingfor Morse said.
faithful. Bishop seriesto and.Dr. E.H. Washingtonas .T. McAdoo A Kinnon. ] the first will havean
be more diligent in be filmed for
Louttit's reason forthe showing chairman for the sustaining A. Robinson. Rev. C. B. To support their opportunity to see
purifying his thoughts in a of contention -
Crusade is that of and deeds being charitable that group features cities section. Both Dai ley. R. V. Daniels. one of the what a great event it is. Mt. Ararat District

each one hundred persons Negro eaders, recently &.V. Daniels, S.L. DavisI. largest attendance of The many friends of

I who mope to Florida especially and tolerant devoted and to talent ejcclusivelysoloists choirs and- elected to the ,YMCA Singleton I. H.Bumey. girls and guests in Scouting will have a Elects I t OfJUenDistrict i >

forty have no church Board of Management, II M. Johnson history were on hand chance to see Robert A. *
and other vocal
a affiliation and many of prayer groups have been active during Fr. T.V. Harris A.D.W. last summer for the week Sewall. Dr. J. C. !Downing 23rMt.Ararat .
t the remaining break away; greatest purpose of musicians models actor past campaigns.Mr. Perkins and A. Heard. long annual T.R. Rutherford G. A. Baptist Church,
day of
from their churches by the Fast is to enable and announcers. It is Division Leaders enrolled camp Willie Wells deacon
Argrett stated that _
Macke,. L R. Aaron T.R.
leaving their home com The faithful to attain the first such series advance to date for the Camp Coacoochee. recently held electionof
planning for the
Lowery Clarence Cun-
!munities.The spiritual elevation. The that has been designedto General Campaign which During the recent Community officers in the home
Sustaining Section will
irigham, Joseph Walden
have special appealto will Februarj > Chest Drive
Muslim gets extra open on of Mrs. Louise
opportunities Weaver.
Crusade of Faith isfor begin on Sunday Jan. 13
Dennis Stewart,
4 10 M. T Brown E. donations were given by
for the Negro endi en ce:- are
Christians and l worship The officers Mrs.
with a special meetingat Leander are;
and the first to lay the Bryait T. Crompton Mrs Mt. Ararat Baptist Simmons Atty.
and religious duty and Etta M. Williams -
the hope is that they 3:30 at the president
p.m. H.I. James R. Gibson, Church Troop 318 and Shaw Dr. Daniel Lauray
i will all return to God by; sacrificing ease and foundation for a network YMCA. ; Alphoaso Way, Vice
% Mrs. A. Conway and W. A. Brownie Troop 249 and Dr. C. B McIntosh Bruce
of stations which would
I no matter mat their denomination. comfort for the sake of Captains for the SUs- president; Mrs. Lucille
Jones. St. Matthew Baptist Sel don J. B. Bradford
his Creator feels his provide programs ofparticular Morn. secret Mrs
taining Section, which ary;
M .1.1I Church's Girl Scout Rev. .J..B.. P _..2Uiams.Atty. '
interest to
will have spirit strengthened and :: .Eioise:>3amp -
I Each city will seek to enroll The Division leadersmet Troop 484. \ Earl: Johnson Prank'Courtney. aollias.
five nights of preaching feels drawn closer to the Negro. National tant secretary; Mrs
Basic Memberships
Thursday Jan D
In keeping with their James A. stee-
mission starting Sunday God. The new Sunday morning Louise nearer treasurer
are: Mrs. S.
half-hour fea- to discuss the enroll- Thanksgiving project. Ie,. M.T. Brown arid a
until Thursday. Mat his. Mrs. L. G. Cole- Others are: Mrs. Alex
UftII..FOR LIFE tures professional sin- ment procedure to bused Brownie Troop 249 of Mt.. host of others who are
tIu HEALTHHUMANITY" mm, Mrs. E. Word, Mrs.J. in enlisting the Melvin sinking fUbd
their time and
, '"'"' gers and vocal group Ararat 388 of Asbury-; giving
Spaul ding. Mrs. A. support of ceptains aid treasurer; Mrs. Helen
I that Methodist Church, st.Stephen's attention to the Scout-
C 1.t have achieved
} Holmes and \West national recognition McGee W. Motley M. workers. AME Church's ing program. Brow, reporter; Vernon
McKinnon and James
Funeral Home : 8UIDI through recordings Troops 254 and 292, and Morris, business mma -

Ambulant I radio broadcasts and Troops 263 and 291 of St
Service .
Visits HometownMrs. gers. Mrs. Bsily Thomas,
Tit lEST COSTS IB MOIL personal appearances all 1 tU Paul AME Church made and Sick Committee; Mrs. Emma

2719 W. Erfrrwuvt Ave. : over the country--as distributed favors- Forbie Jones, a MT al to QF- chaplain.
PKI* ro trays which were distributed -
a 5-16-tl ill choirs from leading
aouoG'uLcw .. former Jax native who is The-next meeting will

FOa ys OIEO Negro churches. Isaiah Jenkins; 537 Lee Mrs. Ella Wright; 735 Duval Medical to patients Center and at low residing in Brooklyn be held at the home of

Street. Blanch Street. Brewster Hospital.Christmas "i.Y.. is house guest of Mrs. Emma Walton 5837 I

Joseph H. Morrison; 15 tJ('t Josh Robinson; 2080 Run tray favors aer daughter and husbandMr. Begonia Road, Magnolia

By Popular Demand W. lcth Street. Street. and Mrs. John H. Gardens Jm.20 at 4 p.m.
were made by Mt. Ararat's
Mrs Florence Tyson; 709 Peacock of 1414 Golf air
Elisha Reid; 1739 W. 17Jh .
troops. Troop of Se- FLORIDA STAR
A Repeat Of Our W. Duval Street. Street. Blvd. Mrs. Jones is the
ond Baptist and !nugl asAnderson'
Urs. Hattie Riley Clark; grandmother of Ora Lee
Robert L ewi s234 E.
DOLLAR SALE 8 troop. The
706 Court H. IN EVERY
Jones. She is former
Union Street a
I'L 2 DISCOUNT STORES Mrs. Stella M. Mayze; trays were distributed member of First Born
Sidney A. Mungin; 2808 it Brewster Hospital.As .
1930 W. 2nd Street. Temple 825 W. Monroe
830 Cassot Ave. White Avenue. part of their
NEAR COUE,:tl Arthur Falmore; 1231 W. Mrs. Street. COOKED, ttOMi 4T
Dorothy Robinson; Christmas project Troop .
1824 W. Beaver St. 8th Street. 413 10th Street. 484 of St. Matthews Baptist '
U.S. to N..r Stocfct Jury (Sug) Adams; 1609E. Mrs. Nellie ; .... ... -,MARdiveforthelife
Price; 5711 Church sold seals

FINANCE YOUR BEEF The Premier Way 26th -Street. Avenue B. for the Tuberculosis '
Mayhew; 1505 Lee
Mrs. Julia Flynn; 915 association.Mt. : 4Jf
' .NO MONEY DOWN Take 4 Months To Pay Street. Clay Street. Ararat's Troops '

<=UT and 1 WRAPPED FREE Lucas H. Jenkins Sr. ; Mrs. Rebecca Brown 34 vDIMES
HEAVY WESTERN ;! 716 W. 21st Street. ; 249 and 318 becaae the
39COUR Magnolia Street. first to appear on television '
JBSAI2 SIDE Ib. Ib. Mrs! Rosa D. with; D17 _
Anthony L.' Drayton; 435 when they were
Phelps Street guests on Channel 12' s
,Fred Thompson; 1213 Login .wo THE SALK INSTITUTE
11 FAMOUS $ DOLLAR SALE $ Street. Mrs. Candy Jones Griffin Bozo prograi on Dec. 8.
1619 W. Union Street. Brown Troop 292 will be TY ;
Filo A. Floyd; D27 Hay- PFC Leroy Mack; -820. S. 1ests with Bozo on Jan. '.Si

,SMOKED SUGAR 00 ward Lane. 7th St. FernandtOA. Beach ':27roops wishing to
BACON 3 a* $1
SUB CURED appear on the programare

I Woodlawn Presbyterian Church Notes urged to contact Mrs pfd'r

FIRST CUT PORK CHOPS 3 LIS.1 00 BY L.N. FEAR ON. SR. Huger, superintendent In' J.E.According Doris. to Girl

The session board of charge. The 11:00 a.m. Scout Executive Mrs. J.
deacons and board of with Mrs. Rudyne Watson' -r
$ trustees of Woodlawn playing the Prelude. Rev. E. Davis girls enjoy' Z 1L
LEAN SPARE RIBS 4 LIS. 1 United PresbyterianChurch F.D. 'Wilson will bringthe scouting because theyget

to go places and ...
have been augmented message supported bythe ..
learn how to experimentin ..

E :';: e: WHITE BACON 4 US $1 newly Elders.elected by Mrs.the officers following Opheli: with the Westminster Mrs.piano.Rudyne Watsonat choir 1 .troops amy, they directions., first lean In L-

Hamilton, J.B. Darby to be d aocratic make
L.N. Pearson Jr. Deacons Some people grow with 1 their and
own plans
GROUND BEEF 3 us. $ loop Mrs. Ellen Green responsibility, others elect their ov officers
Just swell.
Mrs Myrtle Pearson. W.
with the help of their
K. Harper. Sr. and * IcrK *

TURKEY NECKS V-ry 6 "S. $1 00 Frank Strayhome. Trus leaders.There' are thousands of t
p Mwty! tees. O.J. Hillman J.E. s,
Sal ley. O.D. Walker md girls in Jacksonville

E PORK SHORT RIBS 6 US.Vtry $1 00 Emerson The Junior Watts.Fellowship A become awaiting a Girl a chance

Mttty, Officers are: Reginald Hobby? They need leaders. Interested -

,11 PORK NECK BONES 16 LIS.V $1 00 Roger rayl Thomas, Moderator Vice Mode Dar- .With the hunting seaman haw help them by persons contacting can
Denise Huger again, Ira time to rtvtev the the Girl Scout Council
ry Meaty rator. Secretary -basics. of gun safety.First stab office. AGl7U1
Agnes Gadling fan your gas is deaD.ud the

PIGS FEET 1 0 US. $1 00 Ass' t. Secretary and Tear aixe. Keep ammunition'every gun it: the unloaded right registration January is the also time the for. Invites You To Listen TO

Deborah Robinson. Trea- except when in uae-bet always
sp rer. treat it aa if it were ready to time for parental con-
fire. Be sure'of your target besent to sell Girl Scout \ "KNIGHT TRAM"Starting
00 Church School will begin t ton you pull the tdg wr.
MULLET 10 LIS. $1 Sunday Jan. 13th at cookies.ionograrn .

10:00 a.m. in the George Model bufldinjr is an ezdU Worship At 7KO p.m. Nf htiY-
hlAw;winter hobby tor IIIiWaDa
WATCH THE KEN KNIGHT SHOWKindts Washington Carver Elementary of boys and girls. ]

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Renowned Collegiate Thepians To Show Here Wfciti Hovtlist Reveals 'Scars' SFC A. L. Logan, Family In Iran

.$! ;: .:..t'. t Ii '1". '< H. f ,._'- ...:. <,.. Of Masqwradiig As Negro TEHRAN IRAN Sergeant visory Tea 3A ARMI8HHAAG
First Class Alphonso L
....:.> : i SAN FRANCISCO---John Howard Griffin, thenovelistwho Logan recently arrivedin here.Sergeant .

____ : dyed his skin black to discover "what it's Iran from an assignment Logan 35, a

like to be a Negro" said recently in a national with th e U S Army native of Detroit
Michigan, entered the
magazine interview that the experience gave him ROTC Instructor Group at
f rf a terrible sadness.". Lincoln University military service in
9 X f 4YI Griffin's remards his August 1945. He is the
Jefferson City,mssouri.
first comment in two mare to me." Griffin son of Mrs. Alice E.
He has been assigned
years on his sensational told Ramparts. duties. of Administrator Logan 1110 W. 26th St.,

.. masquerade The novelist said that ..Jacksonville. Florida
he and his wife -- -- -
through the Deep South. were
were made in an interview 'prepared somewh at' tli Ji sJ1 "EN .1'[Q.ErtoK 1 : AND t1ME'
I for and ___ _''J'' __ __ _
in the January "reprisals
Jj L : issue of Ranparts, a new grief"but they got

.I .I F national Catholic Jour- more than they bargainedfor.
nal published at Menlo .
Park, California, A cross was burned on G

He said the "terrible the hill above his Mansfield -
sadness" came with the Texas home. His
V aftermath of the trip parents left the country

the continuing barrageof because they coaldn every
A slander, hate and bear1 the hostilities and
>n persecution from his violence the book pro- tingling

fellow whites. voked.A .

Griffin, a 42-year-old time!
convert to Roman
Texan, best sell- -- .- --- -
.- was a Catholicism. Griffin
ing novelist even beforehe I.fPS@ lQ: AN iI -t ltttE ( ltt nWHY it"!$(r QQ'
INTERNATIONALLY FAMED Fla. MM Flaymakers Guild under the direction of their noted director said he undertook the ,
wrote Black T.lkp Ma, -- -- t' -
Dr. S. Randolph Ednainds, will present Lmgston Hughes two-act comedy "Simple Heavenly" January racial experiment be-
the of six weeksin
28 in the Jax Civic Auditorium's little Theatre. The presentation is being sponsored by account cause *'some of us must .
the fall of 1959 when
r New ftanton Senior High Fchool. Tickets may be obtained from any' staff( member at Stanton. The he traveled through be prepared to be 5 1 i lflepi

fr Evening performance begins at 7:30 o'clock. Matinee performance time will be announced later. Mississippi Alabama martyrs f humanity.for 'the loveo '-:. _. _

r tBB ABOUT PEOPLEMrs. disguised Louisiana aged and a Georgia middle- forthcoming Portions of Griffin's autobi- Mji e:, -c : d niS .' onttJ4 14

R His first-hand revela- YELLOW MULLET ROE 89.
Bernice Darden White of 1579 Hurst Place, Shadow were also U.
tion of the often shocking -
is convalescing at home after two weeks in Brew- published in the January "To keep you on the Goad fibs Slim
situation of the
7. ster Methodist Hospital. Mrs. White is a memberof issue of Ramparts. Grif-
4 Y J :' South's 'second class MULLET 20c
the faculty of Moncrief Elementary School. fin waR blind for ten MEDIUM LI.
citizens' created a .
'J yr She is the wife, of Deputy Sheriff William T. years before regaininghis 29c
national furor. LARGE ROE MULLET
Friends sight in 1957. LI.
nilh t-
'the book was a. -

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11SPURTIRG J =ir UP Heads 1963 Membership. Drive. Filing Date For Teacher Siffford HtrisGtlhrs

BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON Examinations Jan. 18th N'lr.

THE FIELD OP SPORTS CONTINUE to be the leading -,.,.- dh., Teachers 10 intend to Shelley, director of Los The Angeles$55. or.C 37th annual Golf
factor in creating and good will to the Open
peace .Jt', take the National secondary education for Tournament at

races of mankind the world over. The great religious Teacher Examinationsnext local schools will ad- Rancho Municipal opened Golf

crusades, meetings around the conference month must submit minister the test at
Course on Best Pico Blvd
tables, the most outstanding leaders among poli- their applications completed Robert E. Lee High Most of the country

ticians and statesmen, diplomats and ambassadorshave by January 18. School.The .
leading players were on
not been able to do what Jim Brown, Jesse Y Charlie T. Council, di- February exam will hand to join prominent

Owens, Buddy Young, Jackie Robinson, Pat Sum- s tector of education for not be conducted at Southland professionals
merall Johnny Unitas Elgin Baylor, Joe Louis, 4. Edward
'I Duval County Schools Waters College. as Charles Si fford, Eric
Willie Mays, Bobby Mitchell, Kermit Alexander, stated that the appli- Students and graduatesof .fon ti. Fete Brown Henry

31 Wilt Chamberlain, Bill Russell, Dave Robinson, cations must be completed Edward Waters who desire Barabin. Steve Swain

Oscar Robertson, Althea Gibson and a host of and filed with to take the test Howard Brown of Michigan,

others have done to create a better understanding the Education Testing are urged' to apply atone Lee Elder Ted Rhodes of

and to create goodwill among men. Service in Princeton of the above cen Chicago. Ray Bolts Roosevelt -

WELL. WITH MOST OF THE BOWL GAMES tucked away New Jersey by the deadline ters. Nick 01 s. 'Tilliaas

in the record books and the collegiate games The examination Edward Wafers A. Wright and 'Jill
will be held
completed, the collegiate players who were on February16th. Spiller are players who

drafted by the 'pro football teams can look Basketball Slata plan to start '63 off

forward to the end of the school year and then The test will be administered 12 Morris sumter with a (Sego) bang.

the play for pay games. Players like Willie WENDELL at two Duval Charles Fi f fo rd lei; a
P. HOLMES (center), wellknown civic and business 14 Lane Here
has been County centers
ap- on the of tan
group professionals -
Richards, Kermit Alexander, Randy Dixcn, Dave
poijited General Chairman for the James Weldon Johnson Branch ; 17 Albany State Here
YWCA s annual February 16th date.
i Robinson "'Ihunde Thornton, Charlie Mitchell, that are better
membership enrollment L. M. Argrett (left) 19 Bethune Cookman Here
membership chairman of the Branch
will administer qualified than of
and other stars took the any
Robert Maxey Negro
announced. Also looking on is Thomas Hargrave 26 Paine Augusta
Jr. Executive
Secretary of the the test
at the New previous years.:
opportunity to make the fans gasp with amazementas Branch 28 Allen Columbia
(Royal Art Studio Photo) Stanton High School Sifford revealed that
they played sensational football for their 2P Voorhees Denmark
Center and Dr. Herman he called to get in a-
college teams.
THE ENTIRE SPORTS WORLD is gratified over the Wilma Performs Unit Complete Year's Projects practice round at Ingle
Players To wood, and was promptly
manner with Negro athletes have conducted them-

selves on and off the field. The athletes are January 19th told that no profes-

well trained in human behavior, intelligence, Project Hughes Play sionals are being allowed -

highly cultured, refined end dignified. In every tle to play or practice -

field, such as baseball, football basketball, Miss lIma Rudolph, the m)A : ttg there.As .
eE"tti .
B .
e long there
tennis and other leading sports, the tanned skin queen of Rome will be 1. as are
clubs like Ingle wod in
athlete has been a credit, not only to himself, on deck for the fourth
annual Los Angeles Invitational N r IN this country we are only
but to the game he represents..also to his employers
whispering in the dark
and to the fans who dig down into their Indoor track
t meet at the Sports Arena 1b: when we claim ourselves
Jeans and pull out an, admission fee. : '
.' S4. as the champions of
Saturday evening Jan. 19 rt
free dOIl1.
Wilma the greateststar i
many names have been singled out for turningsome ,
of the 1960 Gamesat .. 1 U hen we allow hypocrites -
shady deals in sports, such as big name
Rome, will be making to exist with
players selling out or making deals with big time
her only appearance of tax-free privileges
bookies ehatever they are. called. -
or How many n
the season in the South- narrow and biased minds ,
Negroes have been hauled across the coals for
land. to deny anyone the same
selling out? How loyal can a team man be to his a 9
opportunities other
The Tennessee State coed given
team if he sells out? How many fans can he wiz startled the track because of racial, religious

for the team if he sells out? These are some of world with her three or ethical herit-
the things the Negro athlete ran sabers.: Remember, DR. RAT'DOLPH EDUCND
gold medals in the '60 rt age by birth or choice,
nobody. is claiming a perfect record, but it wouldbe Shorn here is Dr. Ran' Games, winning the 100 we break down the same

interesting to know how many times it has dolph Edmonds, who will and 200 meters and laws we pretend to de-

happened. direct the FAMU Flay- anchoring the American fend.We .

BASKETBALL HAS PRODUCED some mighty fine ath- makers Guild in the 400-meter relay team to cm only feel sorrow

letes in such players as Elgin Baylor, Si Green, forthcoming presentationof victory.She 1' .- for any huan being that

Sam and K. C. Jones, Bob Boozer Wilt Chamber- Langston Hughes' later was chosen "f ,'-,c. l4b +.: feels GodTfas given hima

lin Bill Russell Bob Martin, and many others 'Simply Heavenly' for the Sullivan Awardone ? L ti .:_- special place and he

who have been stars on their respective teams .January 23 in the Civic of the few feminine can raise his head and

and they have made the sports world stand up and Auditorium's Little athletes ever selectedfor look down his nose at

take notice of what has happened in the field of Theater.Dr. .this coveted bauble. someone else.

sports. They have made human relations, fellow- Rmdolph Edmonds is- Only 22. the slender, ,_ Lee Elder was assisted

ship, goodwill and understanding live long in a nationally know playwright graceful 1m a ran the MISSION SUCCESSFUL-.-Officers and members of the Trichol cgists Beauticians to qualify at Yorba Lin-

the hearts of men wherever they have gone. What and head of the 100 meters at Rome in League Unit No. 38 recently completed their public service program: for the da along with our good

? can one say about the Harlem Globetrotters? How Speech and Drama Depart- 11.0. That time was year when they presented money, baskets and gifts to two families during the friend Henry Barabin.

1 good can one say they are? Playing so many different cent!: at Florida A&M Uni bettered by only tw'! of holidays. Mrs. Callie Jackson, (right) founder-president is shown making William A. Wright, Bill

4 countries of the world, what contributioncan versity. Born in Law- the male athletes in presentation of a check while Mrs. Lila Anthony (left), recording secretary; Spiller Willie Jefferson ..

one way they have spreaded throughout the' renceville Virgina.Dr. the decathlon, one of Mrs. Minnie L. Alexander, parliamentarian; and Mrs. Edna.' Lewis, 'treasurer, end Roosevelt Nickol

I world? Edmonds is a graduate of whom was winner Rafer look on. Food' basket is shown in foreground. attempted to be among

ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL SIGHTS to behold during Oberlin College and John son.Wilma those stepping up to the

and the collegiate Columbia University He holds the world first tee this morningat
the pro bowl games games '
was to see a white team mate throw his arm around also received fellow- record indoors for the Bishop Ball's Reception Set Rancho by Qualifying

the neck of a colored team mate after he ships for further study 60-yard dash which at South Hills Country
&t Yale University. event she' 11 enter here. Club. Our pro. Steve
had scored a touchdown or made a spectacularplay.
.The same thing happened when a white team Dublin University, and She had been a great State, district and Richardson, A.H. Thorpe, Swain will attempt to

mate did something spectacular. it was team the London School of favorite of the fans at local religious and lay Mrs.A.Beatrice Williams, qualify at Hillcrest

fellowship and respect for each Speech Training and Dramatic two previous appearmces leaders and members coordinator. Each com- along with Pete Brown
Arts.Intensely at the Sports Arena. will converge at Edward mittee is additionally and Howard Brown. p
others' s ability as a player.A interested ic": Waters Co 11 ege*.s "Lee staffed: .-..- -...
leaves ....
drama, Dr. Edmonds has Cardinals Auditorium Thursday Jax Mayor-Commissioner -- -
the field and sakes his way toward the bench. Sign
expressions of prejudice, helped the Negro Educa- night, Jan._ 17 at 7:30 Haydon Burns along with PATRONIZE
There are no signs or
tion Theatre movementgrow 0' clock to honor Bishop other wellknown leaders
The only Jackson
humiliation, segregation or integration. StaterST. lltlttl
and to the extent that William F. andM rs. Ball have been invited to Star Advertisers
thing that is shown is congregation per-
most of our major col- during a reception to participate on the
team and not LOUIS Fullback
spiration. They work together as a i
be given in their honor.
leges and universitiesnow
Louis McCrae star of program.
as Individuals.THE Rev. J. S. Johnson,
have drama departments -
EAST-WEST GAME WAS QUITE A CONTEST within Jackson victory State over College'.supset high-. pastor of st-. StephenAME
fellows Kermit Alexander
itself. With such as

Charlie Mitchell, Thunder Thornton, John Mickey, Air ForcePromotions powered Florida A and M chairman Church of activities.He is general. i Continental S
in the
University Orange Bowling i
Larry Ferguson and some others, the game was will be assisted by
c Blossom Bowl game recently -
quite interesting.
Mrs. Sarah Stewart,
last week was a
hostess and chairmanof 3118 dgewood Phone
free agentby Lanes
signed: as a ,
WIEN YOU ARF. ILL!i Hit By NAACP the-6t. Louis Cardinals the overall program. : Off Cleveland 76S-34B3 =

of the National, Others in charge of 0 .
You Seek The Best Doctor Football League.A functioning committeesare .
A NAACP asked for in-
When Your Doctor Prescribes 225-pounder McCrae : Dean Charles L. .

Get Experienced Pharmacists vestigadion 'of promo- was one of the spark- Williams, coordinator; .. .
tional opportunities for .
...According to Your Doctor's plugs of the Jackson Mrs. J. Y. Fears, eater- .
Negro airmen in the 29th -
Orders. We Use only The State Tigers team duringone er; Rev. R. A. King, .
Air Division" stationedat .
Or. C. E. Black Best Quality Drugs of its most success- food supply. .
Richards-Gebaur Air .
Proprietor ful campaigns this past Committee chairman are: .
Force Base here this
I .
3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU week. season.Construction. Mrs. Myra D. King, deco .. .

rations; Mrs. W. H. A. .

/ A COMPIETE LINE OP liiferiisbed Apartment Harris, hospitality; .. > J' ..

1 Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies -Sundries Mrs. Brilla Thomas, ; .
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVEREDLilly's public relations; Mrs. f .

429 West 1811 St. Begins In Jon. Sarah Stewart, Revs. .. t; ..

New '2 Bid RIOBSFrifidaire. A. R. Richardson,' F. J. 0 .
Drug Store DAYTONA BEACH..-The new .
Steve T. B. Shehee, .
Public School 92 to be
MrsLouise G. Genwright, s -. aP .
Hot Water Heater constructed in School Mrs. .

1901 KINGS ROAD EL 38278Brighter. Aid Space Heater District 12 Manhattan, program.Mary H. Mitchell A Series Of Special Events =

will bear the name of r
-- SI Publicity, Mrs. E. L. Pleasure
Apply 1643 MAIN "Mary McLeod Bethune." Bowing

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500,000 Schlitz Fishing Derby; Looses. Gibbs Cobras Extend I

Preps' For 3rd Annual Launchinj c Skein To 22 Straight

Ng&IQgSHOa_ 1Q.Q Ez1e b

3 sti,. ,
Tampa fish in Florida waters will be sporting valuable money tags B. Y FCRT PIERCE A 94-60 the Cobras netted their Mien.' 6 0 1 12

I I again in 196. it was announced this week with drawing up of plans o!' conquest of Lincoln only 7 points while they Mc1C1m'n 1 3 5.5

the new Schlitz J500.000 Florida Fishing Derby--the third of the popular Junior College here recently committed 29 personal Jackson 2 3 1 7

recreation-and-research event. set the Gibbs fouls which permitted Gandy 5 6 3 16

q Conducted with the cooperation more fruitful, said studies Junior College Cobras' Lincoln to clash in on Eckles 1 e e 2

of the Florida Uihlein. For mother thing the string of Junior College 15 attempts.
victories at 22 straight TOTALS 21. 18 18 GO
Game and Fresh Water In the 1963 derby a- dates of the derbies in GIBBS -
Coach Norman Jackson'sRed
rim Commission and the wards again will range the different geographical FG FT IF TP GIBBS 45 49 94

Florida State Board of from $25 to $10.000. and zones have been and Vhlte chargesgot Adlllls 4 2 4 10Benton LINCOLN 31 2960

Conservation the derbyis the derby will follow in changed to take advantage superb support from 1 0 1 2

sponsored and fin- general the pattern of of periods of freshman sensation CUr- CUm 4 2 2 11 "Rajah" Dies

anced by the Jos the previous two der greater fishing pres- tis Bankston of Bartowto Mays, 3 0 3 6

Schlitz Brewing COq say bies. sures aid to coincide to maintain a three year Williams 12 1 5 25

For mermen the derby However certain innovations the maximum possiblewith old stranglehold on Styles 2 0 3 4
STATE RUNNERUPJaxf own Mrs. Maxine Hears of junior college competi-
means added' fun and will be intro- tourist seasons indifferent tion in Florida. The BlIlkston 17 2 4 36
1734 St. of the nation's
lucrative CallOus one outstandingwomen
awardsforthe duced in 1963 to pro- areas, aid the southpaw shooter pumped
state golfers, was runnerup to Mrs. Mary Yeamon
agencies con- TOTALS 43 7 29 94
vide greater incentivesto time periods have been in 17 field goals and 2
cerned with fishing the extended. of Tampa during the championship flight duringthe charity tosses for a
derby brings in information and thus the 6th annual Florida State Golf Tournament total of 36 points. Cap- LINCOLN .,;
date of
on tagged ,fish produce enriched data sROGERS
catches informationthat derby is Feb. 1. 1963. sponsored by the St. Petersburg Men's Golf Club. tain Robert Williams
for fish .
is vital to research instance, all un- The derby will run for Mrs. Mears lost out by one stroke. Another Jaxon, Polk County flash (of Spann 5 4 4. 14

on fish habits, caught 'old' fish from four months in each of Mrs. Gertrude Styles, placed third in the women's La k elan d' s Rochelle) Coley 1 2 0 4

growth and migration. the four zones Insteadof division. (Billy Brown Photo) was a big help with his

"Schlitz is delimited the 1961.end, 1962 der- just three months. per... .-. 25 points scored via 12 Colts RequestedTo
bies which are brought zone. ?TCHta : :
Sabring Is Proving Ground field goals and one
to cooperate once again in during the 1963 derby
toss. Leave
with Florida fish and will be worth at least Aftir charity

conservation officialsin $25. Further a substantial For American. Cars, Drivers The victory set Gibbs Training Facility
presenting the 1963 of record for the seasonat
nuooer these"old'
Florida Fishing Derby* 4$OMy Floyd tat 5-0 and got them off
fish will be- SEBRING---With the dominant auto manufacterersof BALTIMORE The Baltimore -
Robert A. Uih lein. Jr.. designated for the United to a good start in defense -
Special States officially back on the Chapter the Con-
comp any president said. Conservation Awards of NEW YORK Boxing pro- racing circuits of the world, the way is open of their visitation gress of Racial Equality HORNSBY
moter Tom Bolan said ,
"The popularity of $500 and $1,000Pre- for a- host of qualified American born drivers to crown won last ( CORE) has asked the .All Time Great

this annual event among viously, "old" fish four cities are negotia- earn the plaudits and prizes of the entire auto year in FJCAA competi- Baltimore celts football
ting for the Liston-
Florida residents and were ,worth only S3, except racine: world. tion. team not to use pre- ROGERS HORNSBY. 66.
tourists alike has Patterson- --- -- heavyweight baseball's greatest
exceeded The defeat was the facilities
for training in
a of
title return bout and The top stock car pilots from the road racing
our expectations.We special awards. It is first of the season for Westminister. Maryland' ri&thand hitter--life-
that he expects Patterson of the United circuits of the .
time mark .358 died
sincerely hope the hoped that with this Fort Pierce. The home- anymore because of -
to announce the site States, long familiar United states. last weekend
third coached after
fishing derby special feature standers. by racial segregation in
many in the very near future. with the tracks and pro- All of these drivers,
in 196? ill having been confined ina
coming up fish which have been at FAKU product Vernon the town.
'All I ri gb'tnow blems of America built and to could
can say! come Chicago hospital since
be successfuland Floyd had 3-0 record
even more liberty long time will a In a letter to the
the research bene- is that no place ha engines and cars may well prove to the worldof Dec. 9. Hornsby's bat-
be brought in for the before going against Colts' executive vice
been decided on yet." well bring their know- auto racing fans that
ting mark secondonly
fits to the state even benefit of fish Gibbs. president CORE Vice was
research Bolat said. Baltimore is 1 how to the internationally with the sincere backingof
to the late
Charles Spann. returnee Chairman John Roemer Ty
in the running along i famous 12 U. S. manufacturers Cobb'
- from last year's Lincoln said that because of
with Miami' Beach. Las 1 HOUR ENDURANCE RACE here the famed Alitalia
squad was one of three segregation policies in
Vegas and another possi- at Sebring next March trophy may well go to an Robinson Void
double figure scorer places of public accomo-
ble site. 23rd for the grueling 12 American born driver and
for the home team. He d at ion. Negro players on
'The decision is not !hour race that has long American bred racing car Player Of Year
.a" scored 14 points. Team the team are often con-
this next March 23rd at
.OIR'4} 0l ours to make. It's up been imperilously ruled
mates Gandy and -Mims, fined to the training
Florida. CHICAGO -- Chicago
to Patterson. He willprobably by foreign-born engineers -
were the other double site. said "West
White Sox outfielder
make up his and drivers. Twelve hours of the
figure scorers with 16 minster can be the difference -
most test of Floyd Robinson was recently
mind by the end of the Rodger Ward past: Indy grueling
and 12 points respectively. between gainingand
week. I'm sure he will. 500 winner Lloyd Ruby. men sad machinery, star- named Chicago

Bol an. president of Texas ace. Fireball ting at 10 a.m. and losing a top-flight player of the year by
In running up their player." He also noted
Championship Sports Roberts Daytona Beach. ending long after sun- the Baseball Writers'Associ
biggest score of the that Negroes from the
Inc., said he would pre- PI a. ., Dan Gurney and dom at 10 p.m., nobody ation.
fer not to name the Phil Hill. Calif all wins until the checkered season the Cobras shot Baltimore area who want Robinson is slated to

fourth city Interestedon have tasted from the cup flag drops in a blazing their way to a 45- 31 to watch practice ses- receive an award for the

a.rr i ,l the fight at the pre- of victory of oval and burst of light. This half-time score and continued sions are 'deterred by honor during the annual

: .. sent time adding it was road racing circuits of year it might well be by to keep the pres- the lack of eating baseball writers' dinner
a x .?i! sure on by scoring 49 places open to them."
-I at a Pt a gI located in the "id- the United States as one of America most here Jan. 13.

1 p west." well as European cir popul ar drivers in an points in the second Colt official Don Kel- The trophy which has _
half. Lincoln lost mo- let said the team is
American racing car. 'been
The promoter did say cuits. Roger Fenske. presented six times
mentum scoring only 29 interested in clearingup
For advance ticket previously
that Miami Beach has Penn. lead foot. Hap was awarded

a. ..Rl moved to the top 'o f the Sharp Jim Hall. Allan sales information to points. the matter but thrt twice to Ernie Banks of
Foul line shooting for town officials have done
America's most thrilling the Chicago Cubs and
list among the possible'si Connell Lone Star on
tes. Staters, pete Lovely, road racing spectacle Clark Whips nothing after talks with another occassion to

chanpionshlp trail to write to ARCF. Box 71. them. Kellet said that Banks and White Sox
Sebring. Florida. he plans to take up the
UufcfoiM! A tTRtsiMts tops in their class More o.s. ; problem with the mayor Fox second Jointly.baseman Fox Nellie also

Play Oikland Park North South I Extends Streak chamber and the of Westminister commerce in won the trophy and individually the-

rk that something
ATLANTA -- BY the hopes trophy was awarded to

Z .r OR JIM ary 14 Teams Impress Golf ToiHty thinest of threads Clark constructive can be ac- Minnie Minoso and Luis

College's Panthers hung Anrlcio of the Sox.

N.C. The onto their undefeated I "" .I".I'.I'I'.I'.I'I'
GREENSBORO. February 18-22 "" i saIERRY'
A&T College Aggies and J. Guinyard record Friday night when

1 they went ahead of More- 5j S BAR
the Greensboro DudleyHigh
Greatly impressed by. MIAMI -- plans
SECOND STRAIGHT TITLE---Hampton Institute's are fe & Cocktail
house .with just two Lounge
!chool Panthers; I
practive workouts of the nearing the completion
double duo of Billy Neilson and Doug Smith paced the minutes left in the game Cordial Atmosphere
both undefeated as .
Oakland Park junior and stage for the annual
the Pirates' net team to their second straight 8 Where old Friends
r. two teams broke camp fox North-South :and emerged with a 33-32 Meet -
senior basketball teams Golf Tburna-
+ CIAA team title. Neilson (left) and Smith (right) the holidays will play 'conference victory.The S 1843 .Kings Rd-El 3-8099--1138 W.Adams-Rl 3-74.V7 J
park director Julius meat to be held at Miami | _
defeated North Carolina College' s joe Williams on a toll ege-hi d1 school conquest of More- .I'I'I.lAIJ""I'6r4I :"- __ "'''''
Guinyard said his terns Springs Country Club
and Eli and ]house Clark its
Singleton 7-5 6-2 in the finals. basketball doubleheader gave
will be strong con Feb. 1822.According .
fourth SINE win in four
: 7: .7J bill here on January 14.
INDEPENDENT Oil CO. tenders for championship to Ray Mitchell -
starts and rates them as
The games set for the honors 'in the City the event'sfounderdirector
early contenders for top Y
mammoth Greensboro '
Playground which is the
Mechanic On Duty
j jquality honors in the conference ,
Coliseum, will featurethe slated to kickoff soon. of play has im- <
IKR JOSEPH They!( have turned back
Aggies against Johnson Practice sessions are proved as well the
Stat and Jefferson StreetsEL 6-9432 Bethune-Cookm, 1 ant
C. Smith Universityand being conducted twice size of the field each year's visitation champs

Dudley against the daily from 4-30 until year in both ,the men's
ROYAL ART STUDIO South Carolina State
Wilmington Williston 5:30 and from 7:30 until and women's divisions.In i Fort Valley In pre-boll-

515 DAYIS STREET High School. 8:30p.m., respectively.All the past golfers day games. The Pouth

The high school game team members are have hailed from many I Carolina victory is considered -
Order Mew it ReiiciJ Prices ta
will get underway at required to wear T- sections of the United the most important -

Jf Photo Cards. "l:0) p.m. and the col- shirts which has the States as well as Canada win of the season

lege competition fi"chedul"ed team names stenciled and Nassau. 'so far and the Fort
Individuals FiBiiy 6reips
to start at across the Jersey. The 12 prizes for "the Valley game saw the

Cubs ?:,,3) Members of the Senior pros has. been increasedto Fanthers reach their

Black & White Color Officials at both institutions squad are: Tourgee Ferguson .- 3000. In the ama- season's scoring high

described the Eugene Demer, teur division there are 'mark with 110 points.It n

Sellia TIle cbt le-header idea as an Tommy Taylor. Bernard six flights for the men was center Charlie

F Quality Photographs effort to develop wider Lamar, Lee F ai son. and four for the women Smith who reenteredthe

appreciation for basketball Samuel Green Lephus with trophies 'for the game after leaving

Churches.-Wed ills Socials(I among sports lovers Felton, Richard Jackson. top three in each twice with an injured

Dial EL 4-1894 in the community, and R. McGill and Gerald flight. hand, that cinched the

JI one of several areas of Palker. Baseball's Hall of Fame contest for the PanthersHis

cooperation being probed Junior squad membersare Jackie Robinson and two baskets put the
You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
by the two for broader : Gerald Glover former world's tennis Clarkites ahead in the

contributions to the Alexander Hudson. Dave champion Althea Gibson waning seconds of the ..

LOW PRICESOn educational and cul- Monroe. Leroy Tillisas. captured amateur honors game at rehouse gym -"

tural development of Alfred Argrett.. Richard 1 last year. al1u.--they were his

Tour the community. Ferry. Robert Faschal. In the pro division only tallies of the

Alfred Hayward, Leon last year. Willie Brown evening. We Are Now .

DRUG STORE NEEDSTrade Watch This Qo'\vn14i312 &troy Wdle lord. EarlFor of Houston. Texas, won rehouse led through-
) mrf R. Ch 1I1 Equipped To.
by three strokes over out the first half on .1\

With Tour Neighborhood Drug Store The Oakland Park Nature Howard Brown of De- the low-scoring contest ..-

WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES. ADVERTISED IN TOUR 215-89-340 study Club which began 1 troit. Pete Brown ex- and had a 19-14 lea at Trail Tb HaukcwH .

LOCAL work on a new proJ ect national Negro champion intermission. Clark's ...... .
Deliver -We Also Fill All Doetors'Prescriptions 3 Wednesday are: Gerald 1 who won the N-S title Reginald Gardner put the ,,''

Todd Churlene Jackson! > two-years running was Panthers ahead for the JacksonvilleBarber

5 i Marva Johnson .Donald third. first time in the cue

Dixie Pharmacy 4 13i1192 .Bradford Arthur Cottrell With the sir John Hotelas shortly after the openIng -

Michael Glover headquarters, a round of the second half Inc.

1 Frank Lowry, George! of social events including with two field goals and College
1312 Kins load it Myrtle AIHM 213-31-145 Campbell Jackie Ander-
a barbeqne party a pair of free throws.
e-=-, A ':>>-T son Nathaniel Harrell bemty contest, diving Morehouse regained the 6. I. 180% Air CH4.
Mutts EL 5 EM7-H -58 Approved
S -1i nd 71 Hie Plena ing. exhibition and a trophy lead and widened the gap I

Roawtbar* be* 'up ball highlight the to three points before

PAY YMR lifiHT, WATER AM TElEFftttE He ttovttlmrc adds. Mtbtraet fee** sows annual tourney's sup- Smith's gaae-winnlng 630 DAVIS ST. at Beaver

** He works It aU atom 4 porting round of tallies decided the '
IlllS AT IIR STIlE pro- gase E JACKSONVILLE, FISRIIA t. -- ,. '. =
graas. in Clark's favor.

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Independent Employees, Guests, Enjoy Annual Party Dental Scholarships Deadline Set Gift Presented With Best Wishes1k.

The deadline for receiving selects students it :."Y. t: .
applicationsfor considers most worthyOf ;

10 state dental aid and most likelyto >
scholarships to be awarded be of greatest ser- ,' .
this year is vice in a rural com
April I, Dr. Wilson T. munity.

: .. Sowder state health The announcement said _
%_... K; officer, said today. that application forms

Each year the State and additional informa- t I I'z
Board of Health in cooperation tion may be obtainedfrom :

with the State the Bureau of Dental
Yw Board of Dental Exami- Health, State Boardof
ers grants scholarshipsto Health PO Box 210,
Jr 10 students who need
Jacksonville 1--and must
assistance in meeting
completed and returned -
Nq costs of studying den-
.. to that officeby
tistry. Each scholarship
a a v' s April 1:
:' awarded nay be foras
r much as $1,000 a year MANY THANKS!---One of the many features high-
s iC for as many as four lighted during the Mercy Hospital employes annual -
x I years. ARTHRITIS Yuletide party was the exchanging of gifts.In .

i The grants are made in POLIO photo above Dr. Eartha M. M. White, (right)
an effort to provide AND the facility's founder-director is shown receiving -
." dentists for Florida THE SALKINSTITUTE a gift from the employes from the hos
4$ communities which have .4' s. pital's SuperintendentMrs.Rebecca Y.Thompson R.N.

none. Dentists so aidedin Billy Brown Photo\

8 I Ikr 7" < .: obtaining their education At Yoir Favorite Theatres Baseball Leagues Sess'ion.JaAldary 14
.< agree to- serve
STRANDStarting Officials and playersof the principal topic on
in such a community 12
,-11." ;;,.,'> the Southern and the agenda and any teams
::.,," ":,,' :,,::' months for each year, Sunday
". ....-. >,'< Northern Baseball Leagues interested in joining
',-,.1 ," >
"'; ",1JJJ of scholarship prorided.
111 ts are invited to a leagues either in the
After graduation they .. . ,. special call meeting city or county are invited -
x i I may work for ,the state ,0 .. slated for Monday
nightat Roll anal Dolly
GALA EVENTI-One of the outstanding events during the recent holiday social whirl was the resplen- or serve a community in ,. .., 8 p. D. at Simond co chairman stated.
dent annual party sponsored by the Independent Life Insurance Co. for its employes and guests, with private practice. Because Johnson Park * *

the affair being held at spacious Club Eldorado. Dancing was enjoyed to the strains of Louis King applicants must ,;.... '-_.::' Reorganization will be
and his orchestra. Winners of the free drawing of attractive prizes were: Mrs. Odessa Charles, Tee have completed their
Vee tray; Ossie sutton, Phi-loo portable TV set; Mrs. Betty King, Transistor radio; Robert Burris, an first year of college-
Electric can opener; James S imorons, Clock radio; Johnny McRant, Electric-R-toaster. A cocktail hour level pre-dental study, 3-BEDROOM C *fleUy! Fitisted

preceded dancing and a sumptuous buffet luncheon was served under the direction of Mrs. Ruby L. high school studentsare

Johnson, hostess, assisted by James Hill. Shown above are: Eddie L. 'Brown, Mrs. Ruby L. Johnson, not eligible.A SOLID BRICK HOME
Robert! E. Darden, Mrs. Sally Darden_ Mrs. Martha Pasco, Johnny McRant, Mrs. Bettye King, Tommy King, committee makes its
Mrs. Mary Oliver, Andrew Collier, Mrs.' Roberta Mae Sutton, James Sutton, Mrs. Odessa Charles, .recommendations to the Frank SinatraJanet On Yw
William Bridair, Mrs. Louvenia Stafford, John Stafford, Guy Mobley, Willie Haywood, Mrs. Lillian State Board of Health Q Leigh Harvey

Haywood, James A. Hall, Mrs. Gertrude Hall, osie Sutton, Mrs.: Lillian Thomas, Othel Burroughs, Mrs. after careful considera- Ud\
'Alice Burroughs, James Simmons, Mrs. Johnnie Mae Simmons, Robert L. Burroughs, Mrs. Julia Burroughs, tion of each applicant's In .th $6,700NO
R. H. o>rnel1ous, Mrs. Roberta Cornelious, Eddie Parker, Mrs. Elsie Mae Parker, Mose Waiter, Calvin scholastic record, Manchurian ONLY
Curry, Miss Aretha Hill and Mrs. Bessie Mann. (Royal Art Studio Photo) character and need. It Candidate

Jaxon Feted With Surprise Party plus DOWN PAYMENTNO



Jan. 25th

ADM. Alliance $1.50 At Door $2.00 1wt, 4. Starting Sunday

Tickets Tables A

JH.. PERSONjl jl! Ebony Record Shop Double Show Horror

,:;":" lBuster Fords Restaurant

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HAPPY BIRTH IN SONG greeted Frank Hampton when he entered his palatial home
COOKE last week where a number of his intimate friends awaited to wish him many plus ONLY

:-y happy returns of the day. A bountiful board containing all of the fixings was $49"
set and a delightful evening was enjoyed by all. Seated in foreground fro "THE TOWER PER MONTHI

*"NOTHING CAN CHANGE THIS LOVE" left are: E.J. Norman. Miss Willie Dean Wells and Frank (the honoree) Hampton. OF LONDON" MODEL HOME ON NEW KINGS RB.
Center from left: Joseph White, Mrs. Joseph White, Mrs. E. D. Jackson Mrs. -
"BRING IT ON HOME TO HE" Ida Logan, Mrs. E. J. Norman, Mrs. Ralph Maultsby, and Mrs. "Gladys M. Tyrus. (Fanois For It's

Standing from left: William Shelman, Isadore Singleton, George McClendon, : HARRISON HOMES Inc.
;, Atty. E. D. Jackson,. Josh Hillman, Mrs. Johnny Stewart, Johnny Stewart, Mrs. Torture ,
..T :' ;. KING CURTIS"SOUL Isadore Singleton, josh Williams, joseph Gardner, Alvin Hampt, A. Gardner Chambers) PHONE PO 8-8484

.. (Nip) Sams, Russell Henderson and Dewey Lesare. (Billy Brown Photo)
\: '. TIIST"- '
: -
o < .
: "and his orchestra. CHARGFS AC3UAINT4NOH of 186T3 West 27th St. bery last Wednesday EDGEWOOD AVENUEDrive
'! THEFT OF RADIO reported, a robbery, police police reported.The .

George Harold: Johnson_ reported.
robbery was reported -
Johnson said he was in In Super Market
to police by an
the front yard cookingat
BBaO. 1850 27th Street QED aunt of the victim who .' ..:&. <
said her neice told her ... --
E1WD.OBE'JDI.'l1 an acquaintance whose
at least two"or three
name is Robert Lee Fros-
men followed her from
ser came up and startedan
P'I1 : ENTIRE STOCK MEND argument. He SH! ': the Roosevelt Theatreto Open 7 days a week > Free Delivery
the 900 block of Du-
... him butcher -
Prosser gave a
*; knife, turned his val Street. 7 a.m.' to 12 p.m. : Phone PO 5 9494lr

; back on him and then * *
turned around and struck -h:
3 After being hit by
Civil Service ExamsNo
Prosser, Johnson said he
ran home leaving his experience necessary; :
radio on the table in grade school education _
__ _, E2 the front yard. Wit- usually sufficient.No ... ' .. ..
nesses said Prosser took' layoffsHigh pay -

the radio, Advanceaent ft Security. 'plenty
PURSES TO BOBBERS Send sue age address e
ft phone number or call
18 Kiss Hattie Johnson for free information: &U86E ROE -IK HERSHEY
25, of 1034 7. Ouval KEY: TRAINING SERVICE
Street was the victimof 5517 Floral Bluff Rd-Jax 11 e 'F
a strong! armed rob- Phone RA 5-6355 MULLETS "*.
I wilt S5.8i feed order
[Valaes to $39.95] i
Couple-Elec Kitchen-One SEW LOCATIONDr. 49 C

Single Rm for Man-After ICA T FISH

6 p.m.-----El 3-9942. Alvin H. GrossOPTOMETRIST 16. .

SLACKS (Valaes to $ 5-BDRMS-Kitchen Furn.- 949 Davis St
ZJ 1 Must Furn.Own Lights & 356-4024 !IHASLETS 3 .
All Swtitus DRASTICAllY SLASHED! 355-0334 TURTLE

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