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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
January 7, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

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Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funding:
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
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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
January 7, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00390

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Preceded by:
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DEBS SPONSORS-Members of the Les Treize Anis Club which, sponsored ", "

the, 1960, Debutantes Dance held recently are seen here.They are: Mrs* "v,"'''''''. ."" ,-.
Florence L. Wilson, President, Mrs. Hunter H* Satterwhite\ Miss Ruth ">" : ',. -

M. Broome, Mrs. Simpkins D. -Jones,Mrs. Howard Singleton,Mrs.Warren W. .
shell, Mrs. Killis B. Bonner, Miss Coatsie G. Jones, Mrs. Raymond S. ,' e-

'"" Miller, Mrs. William J. Smith and Miss Gwendolyn Schell. Vol. I0-No.64 And NEWS SattirdayJanuary 7,1961Jacksonville 9EU. 11 .
O '1 members not shown are Mrs. King David Britt,. Jr.. and Mrs. Josephine "
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A photo-f L*ature Me ares.on the presentation of the debutantes appears on pages : '" "

3,- 4 and 5. Racial i 1 Bars Dropping' ;


1 VictimsGun Nab 1 f Arson Suspect r Woman Killed ,




of the BanditOne year's out- AUBURNDALE-A Held arsonsonist By Sheriff suspected is being -' During A domestic Fight squabble In Many Florida Cities

standing acts of hero- held here pending which occurred over

ism: occurred here recently investigation by the the holiday week e nd

when two o f sheriff's departmentof resulted in the deathof

three hold up victimsran two homes which a woman, homicide

down and captured; were, destroy%\by fire officials reported. Graham Under Doctor's Care New Year Offers New

"a. pistol toting bandit. in the Negro section Det.S s.F.A. Gruber

According to county early Saturday morning and W. C. Barber said But Condition Not Serious took In Racial SetUp

patrolmen C. M.Hopkins it has been reported. that Mrs.Thelma Will- .

'and D. A. McLeon, John The man, ,who is reportedly iams,3lof 1563 W.35thSt. Reports that Rev. Dallas Graham, widely-known During the past yearand with continuing pro-

Allen Woman,24of Rt. the boy was dead on arrival Jacksonville: minister: is seriously ill were gress noted, integregation is making steadyin:

4 box 584, entered friend" of Mrs. Mary to Duval Medical quickly denied Thursday by an official at the roads in various communities through Florida.

Remarc Liquors at 6731 Edmond a widow and Center from a Dallas Funeral Home when the FLORIDA STAR Here in Jacksonville, every Ie g a1 means to

Wilson Blvd. and at owner of the two fire wound from a .12 gauge sought to" verify widespread. resorts. of the min_ I city government representatives resist integregationV
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pistol point ordered destroyed homes is being shotgun fired by her ister illness i just works stated that The statepent,reportedly -
too hard...
employees Julius Raeta given a lie husband Jams Williams; Reports had reached he's busy at the funeral i no opposition: would be signed byone Joe
and Joe Simon 49 sameaddress.. the FLORIDA STAR forthcoming following
,emPloYees detector test this that home..he's busyat Sessions, association
and .a I Officials said 'wi t- the. popular Federal District Judge
Negro of
customer; week, department- pastor the church...then president, also indi-
William Mobley of 7145 ficials revealed. nesses ,told them.that l-ft. Ararat Baptist he's Bryan Simpson's decree cated that sale of
here
running and
James Street into a Officials, reported ,the '.victimyras: chasing -. .;.Clurch-nad-iutfA' : red.a running ,there outlawing segregated recreation facilities
rear room' of the'bar. her husband nervouS breakdown trying"to I policies in all 'unitsof
Edmond withan anda
that Mrs. was help folk...He's not be considered and
,and robbed them of $179 ice pick when he number of interested City owned and operated -
out of town during the got to slow down..." that, "If it becomes
Police said that when grabbed and callers told re c re a tional
fires. One house was a shotgun of rumors The funeral home man- necessary" to close
the bandit left fired her. which facilities.Judge Simpson -
the at
occupied by the owner gave varying ager admitted that facilities on ate m-
sceneSimon and Reports further descriptions of set Jan. 9 as the
Mobley state the
and the other wa s Rev Graham is "under porary basis.
began pursuing tie ban- rented to an elderly I that the woman was robust minister's illness doctor's care and effective date of the For some unknown rea-
dit who fired shot the court's ruling.In .
one shot through left : *
person added quickly "but son, a proposed biracial
at them Woman's at close i Leon Bland 1960, racial barriers -
gun ,Under supervision eye range. manager that oesn't mean he's committee of
misfired on four remaining H.W.Buchanan,Polk I I of the Dallas Graham in a serious condition fell with the local ministers failedto
shots at his Funeral Home stated opening in Septemberof
County civil defense ...for that I'm come together fol-
matter
pursuers before he was off3.cerc3vi1 defense 'Uncle ii-our' Books that the Rev. Graham under doctor's several Dade Coun- lowing an announcementof
finally caught..Th-e two volunteers kept the had been "underthe c are, ty schoolsand in the such intentionsafter
but ,
I'm not in criti-
men also returned the fires in check and Hit By NAACPTORRINGTONUonn weather"- for y few cal condition."He finally same period, heretofore the Aug.27 race

bandit's fire. from spreading nearby days, but addeJL that said:liAs a matt-- whites only lunch riots here.Howeverin.
Police also stated homes many of the stories counters became a
Pro- regard to
er of fact Rev.Grahamis
that Woman of the in
was carry- tests were registeredlast concerning the ministers thing past the present stalematei
going on a funeralin
ing a .32 calibre pis- :illness had been Miami,Tampa, and Day-
Stolen
$50,000 week to the school "
tol. a few minutes tona Beach varie t n Ja c ks a nville's
__ board here by members grossly exaggerated. Thus,the various rumors y leader-action toward
From Daddy of the local NAACP Bland said Rev stores. inevitable
Desegregation concerning the integration -
Graham had been work-' This week, Pinellas i
chapter over three physical condition of a solution
Grace House also to
Brevard Countywhich embraces
hard
Bid At igbeen and has
0 stories used in.third very the pastor of Jacksonville this problem ,is already -
MIAMI-It has been reported advised to "slow St. Petersburgand
classes of English at 's largest Negro'church available
here that down bitV1' Clearwatersegregated fro
a ;He added
TAMPA-Brevard County .
the
{ugh school. have been other cconnmltles That
lunch
school board was askedbY' thieves recently stole Under with, great concern, clarified counter is
attack by the by an of- provided Jackson-
1 barries also fellal-
tlEtlHovseof
'fifty-six Negro $50,000 from "you know *R everend:
protesting group are ficial source. the ville has men of intelligence -
though at outset
mansion ofthe
to Prayer" .
parents desegregateits
Edgar Allen Poefs "The
of the ,foresight,
policy change
Man-
schools it late Charles ,
was announced Gold''Bug"vhich uses the and necessary stature
famed few Negroes were tak-
here last weekA DaddyCrace,
word "nigger" Joel apable of
leader whose ; ing advantage of the thrashingout
petition bear- religious
Chandler Harris "firer and solving to-
occurred last services for all movement -
ing the Negro parents death Rabbit", and Ruth day's cocmunity prob-
names was mailed to Jan. 12.Bishop. Stuart "SonnyfsChristening lems.
the school board by Walter McCul- ." 7e .Following a series of

Atty. Francisco Rodriguez lough,a leader of, the' Local NAACP chairman meetings between a 20 ensaco can Faces

,an NAACP counsel faith said that the Frank Jacobs told news- -odd person biracial Death Sentence

who stated, "It theft was discovered men that the delegation committee, Daytona'sCity

asks for reorganization as he was about to .objected to the entire 4 ; rL }r Commission ordered PSNSACOLA---A 29yearold

of schools: accordance leave the $500,000 list of short stories its.municipial- Pensacola man
with the U.S. mansion To r a prayer listed for the English wQ.C.. :. 7F pjr'. : ity owned' golf course charged with the fatal

Supreme Court's decision meeting. classes terming them, A ro ..CMEET to open its facili- shooting of a white

in that it is Stating t o police "....not- fitting for a ties to players regardless sailor here last month

the same petition that he had left the classroom_ whdfeslignity of race or color. heard a 12-man jury,

which we have filedin money in a brief case and justice should be With the exception return a verdict o f

other counties.." in second story bed- maintained."It of its stand concern- guilty of first-degree
z
room, McCullough mentioned -, isolates and humiliates ing the federal murder without recommendation

Two Floridians the possibilitythat the colored court's recreatio nal of mercy last

tbe thieves prob- child making him facilities posit i o nJacksonville's week.
reluctant
Die Jn Car Crash ably entered the room to recite or City: Court testimony .repealed -

through window: with- to participate in any officials and religious that Johnnie

BOWMIN S. C.- Two out hi s having ?heard .discus siona of the .... ,-- .... and civic e 1 e- Hill attempted to assault -
,
Florida mm were killed The late Daddy lesson. We have seen ANGELIA DENISE, Hiss 1961-Promptly at menu had remained a white woman

here Saturday when Graces estate wad estimated some pretty painful 12:15 a. m. New Year's 'morning the stork made quiet on integregation near club a o Pensacola n the night night of
12 million movements here until
their car vest out of 'at reactions to this sort a gracious three point landing at Brewster Hos Nov.1.It was also reported
and has become Thursday night whenan
control a a capsized dollars pf thing,and we don't pital's maternity'ward. to deliver 7 poundssir that Brightwell

.on a county road. involved tax actioq- think our children ounces precious cargo to Mrs. ,Luis Mae and organization whichcalls was one of the several

Dead are VilUe Pel- by tfaf federal government should be exposed to Dennis 1fcNear .of 3224 Spires St., the proud itself'the Civic Association Duval sailors who came t o
claims the County
zer, 31, and Fred ; which them." parents of Jacksonville's first official baby woman's rescue.He was
stated after its
menD, Jr., 21, both religious. leader w as$5,9fi6,000 Superintendent; J dn D. birth for 1961. The happy threesome shown from meeting that it was .shot twice by Hill,it
of Miaa. in arrears Hogan said that the left Mm HcNcar Denise aadNmrse
Injured WIn and are: Angelia requesting the County was further reported.
Walter Joseph, 40,'" on income taxes stories 'are not required Hattie Montgomery.; Mother and daughter are reportedly -* Commission to "use Sentence has been
accrued at
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Everlesia Gltna. 18. interest reading.' doing fine. deferred ,
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'Page.Tw''" .,_.._ t... THE FLORIDA STAR .. '. Saturday, January '7, 1961, .,
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I. THI noilDA. STAR S Z PEFLtiICSl1IS USUAL.

i BY ERIC O. SIMPSON
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Late in November, two men slipped into 'Wash

ft_ by Tfee RtrHbi Star PobMsttej Co. Thr4 pt' ington for a meeting. They were an odd pair

both hybrid off-shoots of the American alitical -
MAIN OSTVCE. a PLANT*. p

ms x.i1cr1ef'B0a4. ......_.....-........EL- 6-618.- soil; yet they were as- alike as Ike and
Mike in their single aim. .

This was to blockat
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Ma1BAddress them lave
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,. P. O. Boa: Ml* JactoQBTflte" 1, .FTtrlda' ,'... 'i'<',: I a all coststhe liberal Under the chairman-
) legislative ofPresidentelect
1 program
ship of Rep. Howard

Erie O. Stepson ........,.....'.'..o...'.,'..................EditorO 'I. John Smith(J).,Va.) Colmer
Pmrham JobsM.. .....',,..;.......................Ne\w Staff Kennedy as outlinedin and other ,Dixie-crat,

.' Woatea.. .:.......,....,..........'.....Orcalatton Dept, I I his campaign members,with assistance
speeches and the Democratic *
)Member of Anbdated:Negro Press : of Republicans on the
to yN I platform. ,
i.- ST7BSCRIPHON BATES 0 a conznittee, m an a.g e d
Ona Year, tuG; Half Year, $$.N; Three Month; |L80 1t ;I J One was Charles Hal- successfully to bottleup

hulled To Yon Anywhere Im The Ualted State. : leck of Indianaslatedonce i a whole slew of

SnbacrlptltniPAyakleiaAdTaBce. Bend Checks OP Money Orders Tot \\ \ \ I again to become i billsincluding housing -
House
FLORIDA STAB P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE 1,FLORIDA t. I I RepublicanLeader : ,aid to education,
\ \ \ \ :in the next sessionof
.f" 'medical aid minimum
: COLOR HATRED '" \ ,
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1 Congres .The other I
home rule for the
wage,
was William ColmerD.
i&J' : District of Columbia
( Miss.). He is
A WORLD OF DISTRACTIONS 0 4 _- i : : / ; member of the powerful a key- : and several civil

/7 ----I:; CERMSPBAY v House Rules Committee rights bills.
Colmer hadbolted the
.
/
/ often called
If there in one word which describes the con- I L .J.I the "traffic, regular Demo cratic

dition under. which we and all civilized 'people .t( .., ; ,\ "): cop" for leadership in Mississippi -

live today, it is the word "Distraction" fQ .. @. .f.t.:t.i. >..("...::J Jf.'r'f'r'. 'f. .. ''. fledgling their bills beginning campaigned
journey
This is a cession, enough word, ,but it has wide .J.r: : 4'f. 1 for a segregationist '
.0 oiJlfiffiWJi : the that
through
and significant meanings. For one thing the :'. .J\'; 'or. :L""j '.:r., ',; maze ticket with indepen-
..t ,;;(I',;"," :.l."W ; ,""" ., .: eventually lands the
dictionary tells us, it means a drawing off or .t?,: 1\'i'i'i.. ..-.,. ... .. ..tc''f.";,. IJ.f:....1'..4'K: .. survivors on t hePresident's dent electors to .exPress -
.u\ .
,
diversion of the mind. It means confusion and ."_,'"1; !,.< his disapprovalof
desk for
perplexity. Thenat the end of the spectrum, it.. :: his signature makingSagittarius the strong civil

:means aberration, frenzy, even madness., ; rights plank in the
We have a plentitude of distractions these NEED STRONG LEADERSHIP.
: Democratic
_.... platform
.
days. The cold and onever-broaden-. # l
war goes en The rumble along the

ing, with no end in sight. The world's eyes :. Your Weekly ; Washington grapevinewas
; '
were recently riveted on an unprecedented that he would be
meeting of chiefs of, state at the United Nationsin from
purged the
committee -
New York: where,literally, one well aimed :. Horoscope Guide as punishmentfor
rifle shot could have marked the beginning: of ; : -
deserting the
World War III. We have just gone through a -. ,:... Sir PABLO, The ASTROLOGER thus removing a party road-

political campaign of unique, intensityin which WHICH ARE YOUR, LUCKY DAYS FOR block for getting legislation -
the decision was agonizingly close. We have L out. This would

witnessed a reign of terror in Africa which BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL permit the more liberal
reads like a chapter from the Dark Ages. We 1I members
; to exercise
have seen the establishment of 'what .amounts to I! their will and speedup
Communist-dominated few miles from r
a
state a : the
balky machinery.
the Southesstern tip of this nation. And-in Aries .Leo i On the other hand,

a single year--some 40 new countries with Halleck

their own ,flags, parliaments, aspirations, and earn March SMJhni April 19th Born July! 23rd' thru Aug.. 22nd .. ", ,, tar. 13rd thru Dtc 21tf cockier than was ever feeling about
latent and unknown powershave come into being. I 'Give'freely. You could be generously disposed
On of all this have and 1 Gain ,support. There may be obstacle to give of your funds or time whena Stand pat. You may consider adding to the chances for pre-
top W3 our deep I standing between you and the objective good cause. captivates your heart. Accept your basic resources only if the process serving the coalition,
passionate controversies at home as to whatshould mvplves the absolute minimum of risk.
of individuals you wish to reach. Insteadof added obligations only if you are I since the GOP had
be done in such diverse fields as educa- trying to break down the' door, finda certain that they will not impose un- Any departures from the methods thai 22
gained House
tion, medical care for the old and indigent,the side entrance, the intervention of ,. bearable strains. -on your vitality and have the seal of approval from the most more
:friendly intermediaries to act in be well-intentioned of friends can make errors seats in the November
production .of electric in the nuclear your pocketbook lOth-llth) Unnecessarywear
power %
ge
and it would be more to advantage' 8 election. Two of the
and all half. YOU should find the, early hours of and tear may be kept at a minimum your
above the role of
proper: government to stick to views and
the.,9th4 quite satisfactory for pressures when you content yourself with keeping your'own Republican members of
in ordering and directing the lives of the and activities that take place behind the step? ,with the prevailing tempo, rather procedures all through this period. Evenif the Rules Committee had
people.So scenes. Lie low on the ]Oth-1 tit when than trying to get ahead of it. The 14th many look askance at Friday the 13th
"Distraction" is the symbolic word. Our you could be exposed to snubs, or frustrations could be a day of opportunity if you are 'you should:not.let the date deter you from !, retired from Congress,
minds are torn in a hundred fragments. The problem in the economic field. Differences I n a oosition to buy or sell property.. Collecting' the profits that. may be headedin : but their places are
over budget: management would underlie)1 your direction. sure to be filled by
has been compounded to an enormous degree the stresses and strains that develop. on.' : r-70-88-14-73343Virgo 9-80-199: -17-67-598 conservatives who will
by magical progress in the arts of cocaaunica- these.. days.. ., take their cue from
tion, visual and verbal. In amatter of seconds, 2:-201&73. -494 4.k'''':'' Halleck.

some event taking place half a world away is ., ':):, ;" ,- Both Dixiecratic and

made known to us, in words and pictures. In a ,y. Republican conservatives
'matter of hours our-selves -.' :;;., were delightedby
we can physically .:'" Capricorntern
-
travel half a world away from our homes.It the dwindling pop-

is no wonder ,that, living as we must in 'Fauiiiisea Dtc. 22nd thru Jen. 19th ular vote leadof Kermefy
this tunnoil, it becomes, as the old French loin Aug. 23d thru S.pt. 22nd Paw on advice.. Even if. it is true thatpeople and the threats to the

proverb has it, more and more difficult to see .. 2qth. IMf .. 'Master your ell. The negative and restrictive in general listen to advice, but electoral majority by

the forest because of the trees Fundamentals You will nave to allow for red tape, influences may take over this seldom take it, the exception may be the challenges in Illinoisand j
become dim and official regulations or other restrictive week and they may lead you into adopting rule just now. You should find your part- other states.
be lost beneath the
may even conditions oefore'being sure that'you can the wrong views and attitudes toward ner more receptive than usual, in this It was in this
atmosphere -
cruel and blinding light of'changing and proceed with your long-term projects. your future prospects or contemplated ,connection, particularly when you bring
that
threatening events. Do not fail to.obtain all the pertinent information alliances. Do not pass judgment or arrive your more diplomatic qualities to bear Colmer,
But some things do not change Tha is what we 'before you commit yourself too' at conclusions on the llth-12th, (9th-10th). The 11th is the one day this Halleck,Srnith and Com
because of our heritage and because of our inescapable I deeply, onthe 9th thru 11th. Do not get'mixed when they are more likely to be biased, week when you could encounter opposition pany got together and
up with individuals groups you or erroneous than otherwise. Also avoid ; contention: and business or emo- plotted how to control
position as leader of free world
a know little about,late on the 5th.Attemptsmay i provoking disputes with key people over tional reverses. The surest way to avert and bury
confronted by a slave world which wants to destroy be made to reach you through flat finances or differing convictions. It would difficulty is to adopt the friendly) approach, every pieceof

us, cannot afford. to forget. teryyour emotions money-making? ; not pay to be right at the" 'cost of. a and to stick. with it no matter how others legislation con-

The question is: What is 'it all for, this .lure. .. ". shattered. hope or romance. behave. $_5b-77--16-59--402 sidered offensive to
spending of almost unimaginable resources of ,I 4-10-44-16-78-691 Z= 7 -8U--15-373 them.

energy and treasure on a scale never before so From one of their

much as approximated in history? Why'may we be .. -- T .': like-minded associatesno
asked, as a people', for personalmaterial sacrifices -- -- less than Senator

greater than any we have yet known? Libra. Harry Byrd, whose
There is a simple ansver-that we must defend Gemini .Bom Sept. 23rd thru Oct. 23rd Aquariuslorn silence during the

ourselves and our friends among the nations against ism ., Jilt lhrv Me"Ihe, _' Sharpen'your tools. You .have already campaign helped to put

the forces of darkness which are our \t reserved. Your natural inclination to been informed that the job of getting Jan. 20th thru Feb. 18th Virginia's electoral,

enemies. But that is not the whole answer by pve. way to bursts of enthusiasm, and theeckless where you want to go is apt to be a grueling Ttiere's work to be.Jont' This should be votes in the Nixon
an means. spirit to which they may give and tedious one. But as the prize will an interesting week for those who have column- come an in-
The real answer is that we are doing this-if ise, couldcause you to jeopardize theIns bera handsome one, you should resign plenty of work on their hands. The profits dication of what the
.it is to have real and you have achieved. Be most circumspect yourself to the prospect, and harden your from business activities or the 'return coalition in both the
any permanent meaning' on the 11th when the threats self to any ordeals you'may encounter on from your gainful endeavors, should takeon
at all-in order to preserve the best and old-. at its peak and the patience of those the way (9th). The 11th may be at'day rather promising proportions right onthrough House and Senate wouldbe
est ide'that .history: 'knows,which is freedom. vhp dispense the favors especially short.ou of reverses discouragement, but this the whole six-day period. There doing.

Freedom means many things. 'It means a high degree should keep plodding,. and avoid may also be the first test of your courage is a possibility of an exigency coming upon Following the meetingin
of personal responaibility and pride, in lisplaying your annoyance or inner feel- and fortitude. The world must ,go on, the I 11th, and it may take quite a chunk WashingtonHallecktold
which one cares for himself and his ngs, until you have secured whatever with joys and sorrows being distributedin from private or joint resources to meet
family
without 'I rots are after. (12th). The circumstances equal measure.. T it successfully. Partnership difficulties that t Newsmen: lWefre
looking to government for aid unless >gin to improve late on the 13th, and have been allowed to simmer may have to going to have to be
no other avenue is open. It me ana,in the fine ou should find yourself completely inccord 1 1- 40-55-15-71-696 bo faced and overcome on the 10th thru reckoned with not just

old sense of the phrase, a government which is with key individuals by the 14th 12th. as roadblockers, but
the servant and never the master of,the people. ;' a-so-66. -ic. --ee-?3i:.a- 1-100-99-18-63-121 for sanity in govern '

,IS means that leadership and national purpose ment.I not going for

come from: the people and are not imposed upon ScorpioIon a lot of radical,wild

'them from: above. It means deep spiritual belief Cancer Pisces eyed spendthrift proposals

that every man is important, as a person ,?'. iJ. Oct.24th thru Nev. 22nd that will do j

and an I.tity-&nd that men in the mass can ient JVM 22M thv' My 22 x !. reserve&y. Experience must haveiEfiowrn Barn Feb. 19th thru March 20th the country severe j
never be allowed to suberg. the individual, Follow the k Mr Independence it often- :1 it./tiri: damage.
S? you by BOW that it always is safer .Ad from instinct. The 9th should be a
and make him a ntnber faceless millions aiore fiction than fact at very few of us Scorpios
asofif to tMafc first and act later. The splendid day, if your creative urges arepowerful It that the
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of n'&ers ire really capable of getting along without ,who are seaweed vcterww in the man- enough to spur you to unstinting -
Whatever have done, are doingor must do, JM aid of someoce-- who bolsters' our 'ameat'of their lives and emotions, my endeavor The potential output could Senator from Virginiais
will be worth every necessary coat 'if this Ego* and straagttofia our jdetermlaatioas.Ifiere bfp 5ciikriy fortunate In discovering eventually Jed to the financial compensation just about against j
ideal is kept bright and, shining before usfitft k special eaebaiK, this week, fe the WOP*: of haepinesi. This may lie in that would enable you to carry out everything and f o r j
he direction, placed by k teccMokMi ofJoetory research the
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e.dn-\raft1, spiritual projects' that have been purely imaginary nothing except de-
if ve loss 'it-if v* :allov the individual thttrwembte those chit
> aspects .. eployasfit of inherem *ills.te Fad out up till now, A development that could, centralized '
became a pews r1"1, driven Pm+ma.: PM played -, were, ill force, ctariag the fir*quarter.'Yen : *, wlww ,you area/.St tofo tWI e affect your employment, well-being and, govern-
by rulers--everything worthwhilewill. be ntve aa'exctOeot opportunity. to tap yew '(ttk).< the, .. .fWJ H.- .... vital assocktiofu threatens from the 10th merit and states
lost too ttriy .oa fce 9th lad to'otufetfcT 1I. So1kI radce it the pOIicy08>.... thru 12A. Do act go against insunnounM rights to enjoy the
sue pl'.at" .fty be r>qiifid !o.. : oa" 10dt taint 12tkie able odd, and adapt yourself quick! I, blessings of Federal
.)'OW_ aid massed... : cart ywrfcviafMdfrkwfly reIiIiiII-. at 7011: CM to existing dreuratancej. and grants-but to ignorethe

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Horns were blowing, guns ,were blasting,balloons ,.14' 1 i-b S .' Street, .Girl.Mr.and .

t were popping, eponle ,were shouting, AND THEN '. ... ;+ ., !-' Mrs.Roosevelt
r i YEAR CAMS' RAINING INI ... 1..... .r :: : Williams, 918 Dewitt

However, the rain did not dampen the spiritof :f. ,.. :; Street, Girl.
persons welcoming 1961. Host of the clubs fi-. :_ :" Mr. and Mrs. father

J r were filled to capacity ,and 'parties: were held .i'; Allenl349 W.15 St.,
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throughout the city. New Years Eve is a time -:;.'\..-s "4 r Girl.
when a person naturally wants to be with as .. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse

many of his friends as possible. ... Jordan,10S6 Scriven
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Kelvinettes and guests greated 'the New Year '. Street, Birl.

1 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Davis; 'Silhouettes .. Mr.a n d Mrs.Leonard
t reserved the upstairs room of the Pressley,1138 Florida

Lincoln Golf and Country Club; and the social- .=9 I j4 AyenueEoy.

y ; club composed of Naval Air Station employees. .. *. tyr. and Mrs. Charles
; entertained in the home of W.Arthur Jones,5814 1y Youngblood,2163 Talla-
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Begonia Road. Actually the parties were_ too ____ 11 R j4,- -.r cqj ;Jttz j; dega Road, Boy.
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numerous to mention, but these were the ones, r Mr. and Mrs. George
on which I ,had advance information. ... Pinckney, 5638 Minosa
Circle, Girl.-

Many memorable social events took place during "j'j Mr. and Mrs. Sammie

aK the Holidays, but one especially de'i v Richardson,913 Minnie

; affair was the fashion show and' luncheon given Street, Boy.
by Mrs. Nathaniel Davis, honoring Jacquelineand .- '\<: Mr. and Mrs. Willie

Iva Baker, Debutantes, with. their mothers Sorrye,10 E.22nd St,

and other guests, viewed creations by Mrs" Boy.
'f Pansy K. WashingtcDdesigned for campus living -- Mr. and Mrs. Steve

which were vividly described by Mrs, ,Hortense Allen,1037 Franklin
W. Gray. Street, Boy.

An oval arrangement of huge white chrysanthemum -. Mr. and Mrs. Freddie
served as centerpiece forthe buffet table Hart,706 N. Lincoln

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completed by bands ,of red, green and white ,
ribbon NIl lengthwise, across the bare 'table : Mr., and Mrs. George
The very unique decorations luncheon tables : R Howard,1850 W.31 St.,

which accentuated the fashion motiff,consistedof Girl. .
gilded slippers,jewel accessories and dainty Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt

hankies.. The honorees were presented writs Reddish,2503 Barnett
of pink carnations. Street, Boy.
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Among interesting visitors to the city during the recent holiday season for Jacksonville's 1960 'Debutantes, was the highly entertaining Richardson West

this special social season we find Mr.and Mrs. and picturesque Coffee Hour given in A. L. Lewis YWCA by socially prominent Mrs. Hortense' 1st StreeetBoy.Mr. .

.' John F. Perdu of Detroit, Michigan, guests of Williams Gray who was assisted by members of the local Matrons Set. As may beTseen in and Mrs. Lewis
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Mr. and Mrs. James A.Espy.2052 College Circle. photo, the table and accessories portrayed a strikingly, contrastingly motif. Principals Barnes,2660 Bunche Rd,
Mrs.' Perdue was the inspiration for a brunch shown from'left are: Mrs. Joan Spaulding, Miss Betty Threadcraft,( Girl.

bridge party given by Mrs.Eva C Rosier of 1491 Hicks, (guest), Mrs. Charlotte Dwight, Mrs. Camilla Th ompsonMrs. aoriXootajtoJtaiS Mr. and Mrs. Eddie

West 9th Street'_ In addition to the guest of Bland, Mrs. Thelma Lewis, Mrs. Elizabeth Redding and Mrs. Lois Izzard.In center photo the Colenan,2841 San Diego

honor,the guest list included Mrs. Sula Wells, debs pause momentarily to pose for, group picture. From left are: the Misses L. Hickson. Plaza, Boy.

'Mrs Ernestine Poole, Mrs Geneva White, Miss Serena Joyner, Zeda Gibson, M. Salom, M. Williams, Joyce Graham and M. Baker In bottom, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie

Myrtle Turner, Mrs. Dorothy DunlapMrs.Lillian picture, the hostess and guests enjoy a period of relaxation following climax of the BurroughsMiddleburg,

Davis, Mrs. Elouise Fletcher, }frs Annette Espy affair. From left are;: *-frs. Hortense Williams Gray,(standing), Mrs. I. E. Williams, Mrs. Florida, Boy.

Mrs. Annetta GirardeauMrsPearlie Scarboroughand EdWard Hickson, Mrs. John Graham, Miss Betty PaulkDeb), Mrs. thony Kinnon.Bishop Sadie Kr.! and Mrs. John

Mrs Vernal McCone. Gibson, and Mrs. Leroy Baker._(See photo-feature of Debut qlt es' Dance on pages. 4 & 5. Kendrick, 3216 Steele
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Girl Of 1 St., Twin boys. j
Parties_ and more parties greeted Miss Ruth Wedding Bells Scouts Elks' Grand DaughterDies Mr. and Mrs. James

.Stewart, daughter of }.Ir. and Mrs Robert P. Robinson 957 Jefferson
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Stewart. Licenses Marriage ,Mt. Ararat. ..,.O ,", Soon After Ex-Ruler} St. Boy.
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Mrsv Sarah M. Richardson gave two parties fort Mr. and Mrs. Maces

her sister, who is a resident of HoustonTexasand James L. Phillips, 2736 Hamil- Visit BrewsterChristmas NEW YORK, N.Y.The member of Bethel Community Spencer, 3312 PlateauSt.
teacher Texas Southern ton Circle, 2=$ and Juanita Jack-
at University.Other .
,. sudden passing of Mrs. Church where Boy.
son, 3736 Hamilton' Circle, 23.
friends extending courtesies includedMrs. McKenzie F. Blake, 1212 W. 6th cheer was Nettie Carter Jackson she served as secretary Mr. and Mrs. Verdell
Hazel Argrett who entertained ,with a St:, 34 and Josie M. Rhanes, 1447 spread b y Girl Scout Grand Daughter Rulerof of the Trustee Whitehead, P. 0. Box
bridge party, Mrs Lois Jones, and Mrs. Vivian Royal Ct., 25. Troop 318 of Mt.Ararat the Independent Board, also holding 465PaldwinFlaBoy
Ingram. Wm. McQuay, 1991 W. 23rd SL, Baptist Church duringthe Benevolent Protective membership of the i'r. and Mrs. Alfred
35 and Odesso Small, 1987 W. 23rd
St. 31. ,recent holiday period : Order of the Elks of Board of Directors of Ansley, Rt.4 Box 433-

Caught in the whirl of social ,events was Mrs. Jimmy R. Steward, P. O. Box : when they visited the World which occur the Staten Island ri., Girl.
18, Bayard, Fla., 26 and AmeliaG. I Brewster Hospital and red last week at her NAACPwas matron "!r. and Krs. Lenwood
Esther 1'!. Fennell of Miami who came "up" for a Cohen, P. O. Box 18, past
Bayard presented g i f t s of Staten Island (N. Y) Chapter t-rackin 19 S 0 Lenard .
visit with her'sister, Mrs. Esther V, Peacock, Fla., 27.Curtis. Silver Queen ,
and Mr, and Mrs W. Wallace of 2007 Myrtle Gaston, Box 13, Bayard, fruit and candy t oshutin residencehas saddenednot St., Girl. I
Avenue. <. Fla., 19 and;Gracie Fulton, ,Box youngsters. only the world of Mr.and Vn. Williams

A Zeta Phi Beta soror Mrs..Fennell was duly 46, Bayard, Fla., 17. Mrs. J.E.Davistroop Elkdom but also numer- Ellison,4425 Roth: St.
.Willie Harris, 1042 W. 17th St.,
honored by friends. She was accompanied by her '21 and Deloris J. Simpson, Rt 9, leaderannounced that ous friends and other Boy. ,
son Robert Fennell, Jr. .. Box :404 F., 18. the regular monthly organizations throughout Mr.and Mrs. Ulyseese
James C. Holloway, Jr., 428 meeting o f Troop 318
the entire nation. Johnson,1435 F. 23rd.
Charlevoix St. Ft. Valley, Ga., 28 and Brownie 249
It is a rare occasion in our locale to have and Arrie M. Williams, 1409 Jefferson troop IronicallyMrs.jack- St., Girl.
the services of an entire club for a partybut St., 31. will be held Tuesday, sons death came with Mr.and Mrs. Langston

members of Les Filles Bonnes Temps Club. did a Rufus Shanks, Jr., 517 Johnson, January 10 from 4:30 "two month period of Austin,2027 Mars St.,
So. Jax., 28 and Mary U. !Middle- until 5:30 p.m.in Mt.
Girl. .
former Grand Exalted
wonderful job of "taking over" the Ribault
tqn, 826 W. Duval St., 27.
Supper Club last Thursday evening, Cecil Holsey, 1415 Powhatten Ararats education Ruler Robert H. (Bob) arf Mr. and Mrs. Huley .,
With divine organ music and the Ribault' personnel St., 21 and Leomia Mincy, 1319 building.full ,membership Johnson's passingJBotH ; J Barron, 3407 Plateau !
Rushing St., 19. of both
groups officials were electedto St., Girl.
to cater to their needs, this proved to Clifford J. Adams, 1018 Madison I b
be the most colorful and lively ,party of the St., 25 and Arthur Ix, Mont-I is desired. their positions '. Mr. and Mrs. Reman
season. gomery, River Park Apts., No.'Fl, following the respective Groggins, 1210 Franklin -
Wells is president of the Naples, Fla., 22. New Space-Saver deaths of Finley jk. St., Girl.
Mrs. Evelyn. organization Ronald O. West, 1413 FranklinSt. ___hh......_.... __._,.._......_ Wilson and 'Mrs.Eliza k R Hr.and Mrs. Russell
19 and Theresa Leroy, 1452 --
.* Millinor St., 18. beth Ross Gordon in NETTIE,JACKSON Hart, 2129 College

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Willie Poole of 3724 John Campbell, 1558 W. 6th St., 1952. No.54 Order of Eastern Circle, Girl.
Pearce Street were hosts to 'Mrs liable Sapp of 25 and Johnnie M. Cole. 1560 W. :. ,. Mrs.Jacksonfs active Star, and St. Mary's Mr. and Mrs. Braxton i.

Boston, Massachusetts. 6th Chas.St., Smith 25. 726 North Court. .. ..ao career during the past Court No. 13Order of Martin, 1117 W. 24th

Mrs. Sapp, a former resident of this city, is 22 and LaGretta Bray, 1416 W. 20-years saw her distinguish Gyrenes. St., Boy.
Mrs. Poole cousin. 8th St., 21. :, ; herself as She leaves to mourn Mr. and Mrs. Linton

Willie, 21 and J. Jackson Garriette, 914 O.JacksonSt Davis State Recorder in New I Charles Jackson, h us-' VMteBox 293, Orange

Mrs. E. L. Girardeau of 1223 West 13th Street 1937 W. 19th St., 18. York, two years as a bandJames W. Carter, Park, Fla., Boy.

entertained with a supper. for Mrs. Leila Clark Jim Mobley, 1424 E. 24th St., daughter ruler, district son:Mrs.Lillian Lowe, :Mr. and Mrs. Claude
and Mrs Ruth Harrison of Fredericksburg, Vir- 37 and Lavern West, 1424 E.24th deputy for 10 sisterand two, broth Denson,5230 Avenue C.
ginia. Mrs. Clark and Mrs.Harrison are sistersof St. 43.Jim yearssenior mother ersWilliam Curtis Boy
Binder, 1243 W. Monroe
Mrs Adlai Jenkins, a local resident. St., 23 and Nazarine Jackson. 1243 Aurora Juvenile ClassNo. Holland. She was a Mr. and Irs. Albert
Guests at the supper included Mrs.Gertrude L., W. Monroe St., 21. 54 for 10 years native of Stapleton, Helms,1203 Grothe 'St.

Styles, Mrs.. Jenkins,Mrs.Louise GenvrightMrs If you v find yourself 1'running and also as .financial, N. Y.. Boy.PHOTOGRAPHS.
Helen Scott, Mrs. Stazzie Hudson Mrs. Lillian IN MEMORIAMIn out of kitchen wall space, you'll secretary of Raritan .
Davis Mrs H. Lucille Harper MrS. Eva Rozier be happy to heir about novel ,Temple 210 for ten
new space-saver, an under-the- FOR
Mrs. Rosa Lee Johnson,Mrs. Sula W&1sand Mrs. memory of the late cabinet holdster" for new Flint years. f

Ruth Mae'Brown of New York City., Mrs. Carrie L.Madison Cook and Serve Tools. She was a devoted, EVERY OCCASION;
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departed this life

Approximately fifty guests attended a coffeein Jan.2, 95e.The conso- HOLLEY'S I Expri PhoidgrapfcyPortriila
the home of Mrs Hortense Willises Gray lation i n our heartsas Waddings Baa M&Ptwpori
honoring the debutantes of the season. years go by is the AR-I-QUE & J4Ptn.t1. .**fceMPfcotociiis

Serena Joyner, Zeta Gibson, Leila Kathryn memory o f those w e { fc CoatmarcUl Work

Hickson, Iva Baker.. Jacqueline BakerUargaret. love can never die. i T .A 7 Pkolos WUU For Ntwiptptr You Wall Celt

"Baker,- Marilyn Solomon,Joyce 'Graham,and H&rge- Sue Alexander' Twine, Cdl rlft0, &: Pk axt FmatefLt
lene Jennings were the debs honored.The' George MadisonChild Us Tate A PWo Of Tom
assisted by her mother Mrs. ren,Henri,Kenneth and r' 'Is
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Redding, Mrs. Nona Bland,Hrs. Joan Spaulding, Proprietor '" t ...: ._ Waitress AVl c.:
Mrs Thelaa Lewis, Mrs. Stazzie Hudson, Mrs Wife 'kYour AVZ&Y'S PHOTQ STUDIO
Blanche JenkiMand sub-debs Betty: Threadcraft The! W.t Trad 'Bar-B-Qut that's different"
Kicks' p1Is ,.... AJwrtte '.. *. CHICKEN-*EEF-SLICED-PORK 1674 Kings.Rd.-Next.to EWC UbtsryK
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I Jacksonville 121 Debutante Dance sponsored by' the Lea Trelze Aaih'Cyb *
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last Friday night, Dec. 23: proved a colorful and dazzling event.. honor them did bestow..Increase one mite their vanity;but fill *
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Miss Thelmetia Y.-Argrett is the object o fl it I'_ (: the ?NAACP, enjoys

I paternal attention as James H. Argrett flicks Miss Penelope C. Tol:"e rt..." raceful and \Se- tHss Marvine A. Tolbert is embraced gently by collecting odd names,

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Anxious moments, as the fdebsf await their turn to dance. Restrainedjoy Intent upon her destined course

is ,seen in the profile of Miss Kathryn Hicksonseen in foregroundwith Graceful and useful in all she does. -

S rI other 'debs' Stoic gratification etches the anatomy of her Blessing arid blest where'er she goes.

father,. Edward Hickson. Pure bosom's as that watery glass, .
And Heaven reflected in her face.. a;,, -

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Not so much for material things; -

1I 1 But with wisdom that they'll be blest .

\' And know the joy that just living brings!
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j4rr : 7967 Urban League Drive, r

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r ram ,. Extended; Says Wesley :,

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} Miss Barbara J. Bonner gets an assist from one of the Treize Amis, Frederick Wesley, chairman of the 1961 Finan-
Mrs. Hunter K. Satterwhite, as maternal approval is given by Mrs. cial Drive of the Jacksonville Urban League announced -

l I Killis B. Bonner who seems to be reflecting the poetic expression.... today that the Urban League Drive is

'f I\ r, From overflowing hearts our thanks we eJCPress....To You Les Treize still in progress, and because of the Christmas
I f Amis--For adding to. our daughters' happiness....And to their pleasant Holidays, an extension of the fund drive has .
: memories." been requested. .
ported 151.55 collected
,. ,. .ffj; Closing date for the : in her -
FLCRIDA STAR Photos by James Walden drive will b e announced area. I II
Other
I ij ,L i 'c{i people workingwith
1.i -f fy \ f J : 1 at a later

Jr ., ,: ;: .;/ :{ ..': that date.Wesley the Neighborhood announced I Mrs. Mrs.Bellamy Marie McKeever were J

Yw and Mrs. Mamie
Camp- i i
Division of the Driveis

',< ',' **..... ...4.A****.***. making a good show- bell.In the of I;'
area Special
ing. He reported that
S Gifts, reports are I'
'Best wishes", from Kiss Marvyne Betsch to' Mrs. Alice Bellamy still coming in
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working in
zone 3 re-
Kiss
Burney.' Schools have not made :
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J e ,. churches have expressed ;

\, __ :L ; .. ; z h1 their the Drive full and supportfor we

1 I t 7 I II ;:- 7yd are expecting to hear
I \ 4 k from them soon.
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\ last Sundayto
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\ ines of Jericho, a nd
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expressed their full
WITNESSED COTILLI01 T-Some of the. who
attended
guests the Debutante
I to the Drive
I': Dance are seen here. Seated from left are Mrs.Milton White,Mrs.Jia nie Another group who enjoyed the gala festivities from left are, lira and support ,
we expecting
i; -McMilliari and Mrs. I. Ivory. Standing are Milton White, Jimmie Me-* Ida Loan Williams- William Shallman and Mrs. Eernice Green.. contributions are from

_Millian_____and__.._Walter__._.__Hears.._____---.r-_..______ ...-.v- them in the very near
f future; Labor organi-

zations have made a

f partial report., '
w Wesley; said he real-
Y EC + t izes that during the
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V. eL 'a Ja ..
Christmas H o li d aye

& -T: J7x ;; with activities so many, it's varied dif-

; -- ficult to have report

ry ta. meetingsbut intensified he effort statedan


will be put forth after -_

} the holiday to

make the Drive suc:
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T Jf The goal this
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is '" SOOO.OO. The
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to .help continue the

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Guidance
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Relation Race Relations -
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In the photo above, gaiety.reigns among this charming party. From r Dr.W.W. Schell, Jr.,

3Left are Mrs. Shirley Argrell, Mrs.. Leona Styles, Dr. Joseph en.Mrs.. L. Harris, Hr. and Mrs. T. J. Walker Mrs. J.B. Brooks and Mrs. is Chairman of the
Mrs. Ira Carswell and Mrs. Verne]]. Govington. &* L. W. Woodfork were also present to witness this; social event. Jacksonville' UrbanLeague

.;. Board of Di-
'", rectors, Junius A*.
Bovoan, is the executive

'"' secretary of th

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Churches JoinLandmarks 1 i ,-

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WASHINGTON ,D.C.-- Sev-j i Exchange of gifts amidst a colorful holiday

eral Episcopaf churches will be I 1 FuneralsArchie- motif featured :the annual Christmas party"of

'National I I T Mercy Hospital employees which was held last
listed in the new Registry -J: :tVI Mr o f : f
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week in Old Folks
Landmarks I Home, 1449 Milnor Street.
-0f Historical .
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i 1010 Julia Street. vy 4 ..4 r S' -a 4: Presented
under
now' being established by the MTLLIGAN-Mr. John, of supervision of. Miss the _

National Park Service. I 738 Minnie Street.
Eartha M. M. White, :
The registry gives federal j; BELL-Mrs.Annie Ander- founder- operator andMrs.R.Y.ThampsonRN
encouragement to''; son,. of 6628 Richardson -
government
TT_ ,
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Road.
groups preserving archaeolog, i iI staff supervisoIsinging _
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ical and historical properties?! WHITI'AKER-Mr.Comerot of carolsimpromtu

says Secretary of the Interior 1129 W. 23rd Street,. speeches and the

Fred A. Seaton. WILLIAMS-Mrs.Onis'E.
serving of refresh-
From the days of ,English of' Union County., ; a ments highlighted the

exploration before 1700 there I LDRICK-Mr. William event.

will be listed Old St. Luke's of 1011 Davis Street.MACKETMr.Claudeo .. 4 4ii Those present were:.

Church at Isle of Wight, Va., ft Miss E.M.M White tts.
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near'Smithfield, an example of 5918 Moncrief Road.QppATF.RF2ANJameao. I
R.Y. Mrs.
Thompson
the medieval English parish f ,
ii
church of Gothic _____ !! :S! Beatrice Williams,Hrs. i
style. 734 Dewitt Street.LAMARJfyers Helen MackMrs.MarthaGadsden

From the period 1700-1775 Willo f William J. Trent> Jr., executive director of the United Negro College Mrs.Beatrice BISHv C. A. GIBBS

will be: Christ,Church in Cam- '815 Ionia Street.STYLESCoraof .' Fund, accepts $50,000 check-a gift to, the Fund from the Esso Education Mack, frs.Amelia Coffey ...rges SupportC.A.

bridge, Mass., 1759;,St. Paul's 1023 Foundation. Presenting it is David A. Shepard, executive vice Mrs. Annie Gordon lrs.

Chapel in New York City, East 5th Street. president of Standard Oil Company (N.J.). Mr. Shepard is a trustee of Jewel Felton, Mrs., Gibbs, Presid-
1764, a landmark at Broadwayand STEWART-Mrs.Annie W were Wendell Alston ing Bishop of the
the FQW1dat.ioat. the, presntation ceremony Johnnie Lamb,Hiss Ruth
Vcsey Street Michael's, in. Trinity of,i/f45 'Steele Street.RoSSWi11amcf left, and James S. Avery,' ,right, both associated with the educational .De1ifus,Mrs. Elizabeth Sixteenth Episcopal
parish; St. Church 1935W. Standard Eastern Region of Humble Oil & Refining District of the A.M.
in Charleston, S.C. Also in the program of Esso Austin, Miss Ida Lewis
registry will' be St. Paul's, Bever' Street.ABNEIMrs. Company. Humble and, Esso are among. the contributors to the Esso Educa- Mrs Diane Thomas,Mrs. I E. Church, in giving I

Church at Mt. Vernon, N.Y. : Minnie,of tion.,Foundation_ which was established in 1955 by Jersey Standard, Florence Kayto, Mathew: official and personal

dating from 1665, which was 638 Court H. their parent company. It was one of the largest grants in the EssoFoundations Belcher, and Mrs. AnnM. support to the New

previously designated a National WATSONs.Nannieot 1960-61 program.Churches Wise. March of Dimes declared -
Historical Site. 552 McIntosh "Street. :

BURNEY-Mrs.Jessie L. The medical scien-

of 2168 McQuade St. Local Usher -In !MODERN DANCE; MUSICALE tific research, pro-

McBRID&.Herbert, 'o f fessional and medicalcare

1805 W. 13th Street.' New Year With Services SPARK ANNUAL FAMU FETE program sponsored -

,r DURANT-Mr.Olester,of by The National

1347 Harrison Street. Local churches programmed a series of services Foundation is xto be
'TALLpJIA3SEE--The Florida A. and I".
University
FA&MER-Mrs. Fenie,of which ushered in the new year with an impressive I highly commended for
fajnily's Christmas spirit was ignited recently
I 294 W. King Street. spiritual note. the type of serviceit
by the Modern Dance Club and the classes in
McCOYMr.Jack, o f During New Year1 Eve is rendering to
i dance with the presentation of "A Christmas
Perry, Florida.WORTHEftSMartha: watch and ,other ser- mas drama Sunday 'in' the needs of suffering -
Dance Concert. ]
Lee, vices were observedat the church. humanity. In the l

I of 336 East Ashley. Union Community AME Annual Homeconing Day I Miss It was Beverly the Kdllsman debut of,' I F/sfe Prexy March of Dimes Drive

STOKES-Mrs. Juliaof Church, ,The Rev.H. H was celebrated throughout this yearlet everyone -
newly employed dance 9
street.KELLY Sunday at West I "
Madison
Hollis
1029 Hookspastor. Iwith' i To share. ,
Trustee
instructor at A. andH.
Union Church
Baptist
-Mr. Bobby, o f Services started at .
v Rev. Admiral: Fo. She delighted thecapacity
St.ADDISONMaster.
1053 W. 4th 10P.m.
Keith First. ,Baptist Church Cummings, pastor, in' audienc e with World Group CORE Sends Ike
her first
W.of 688 'Van Buren. the Rev. Charles B. charge. presentation. 5
Communion for the The native Detroit e r 150,000
WILLIAMS-tos. Thelmaof Dailey, pastor, held
1663 W. 35th St. combined baptismal and JuvenileDepartment and Wayne University NASHVILLE,Tenn.--Dr. Rights ProtestsNew

RILSYMrsCarrie G., watch nidtt observances of Union Comm unity AJ..1E graduate's selectionof Stephen J. Wright,,
$500,000, DONOR EllenSteinberg Church wQl be observed numbers for her president o f Fisk York
1825 Mars Street.WOOrfENMiss starting at 9:30 p.m. City-Almost
,
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41 old St.
ear-
Louis heiress holds telegram Retha M. Rev. B. J. Williams Sunday, Rev. H.Hollis program ranged from University, has been 150,000 petitions ask- I

acknowledging receipt of her of 2223 W. 44th S t. pastor Mt.Olive J1.IE Hooks, announced. the serious type to elected a trustee of ing President Eisenhower -

offer of $500,000 to the New SMITH-Mr. Sidney. f Church and his congre- Friends, members and the light beatnik kick. the Institute of International to "use your ;,

Orleans School Board to help 1081 W. 12th St. gation too 'assembled the general, public are ''I She opened with. the Educationfor moral leadership to ,.

keep schools its' newly.Integrated. I -" SHAW-Mr. Dan B. o }'f -Saturday, Dec. 31 for cordially invited to .I dance club' graciously a two year tem. call upon the people t
open.Bishop I, 1209 W. Duval Street. the annual election attend ,the groundbreaking performing B a c h's The Institute of International of New Orleans and of

MOORE-Mr. L. N. o f of. officers. .Watch services at "Jesu, Joy of Kan's j' Education Louisiana to accept f

Nichols/ Homerville, Georgia. services began in the Fountain Chapel ATM Desiring" and closed I was founded in 1919 school, i nt e gration ,
NAACP ,Church Jessie an d with the "Kool Khrist- and has become the .
Speaker BROWN-Mrs. Rosa Bell main sanctuary a t quietly peacefully Y ,.y
SUMTEB 11 Florida Avenue, Sun- mas."Kool Khristmas" largest private organ- sent out CORE
,S C.-Bishop D. ('of 4005 Innia Street.HAMIbTOhWaymon p.m. were by
Ward Nichols of the AM At the Apostolic day,3 p.m.Rev. Frank depicted th e beatnik ization concerned with National Chairman ,,
Church will deliver a main address o 1 I version of 'Twas the
\0/. the educational
Church of God i n Jonesannounced.Full exchange Charles R. Oldham to
at a Jan. 2, public meet' 1248 W. Duval St.SCOTTCain .
lug at, First, Baptist Church, o.f. 1616 Christ, 2032 Benedict cooperation from Night Before Christ- of specialists, the President.The r.

sponsored. by the S. C. Confer. I, W. 22nd Street., Road,Porcher L.Taylor officers, ,members and mas" narrated, and students, leadersand CORE leader also
ence of NAACP branches friends' 'is positively translated, between the
SENIOR-Mr. Alfredof publishereditor of requested. trainees asked for an appointment -
The Rev. I. DeQuiccey Newman
state NAACP field secretary 3824 Lenox Cir.. the Tattler was main Sunday school beginsat ,by Charles Wise. United States and to discuss"wide- '
wild delegations from THOMPSON-Willie Jof' ,speaker during the; 9:30 a.m.' U a.m. The finale took i ts eighty nations of the spread current abridgement -
,
various branches about the consecration services setting in a typical world. It has staffof
annual EmancipationDay a of the right of
818 W. St.
state Union
: were expected to attencLThe
meeting the second of program held Jan. will be under the Greenwich Village at- more than 300 per- freedom of speech" by

Its type,an initial one was held JOEY-Mr. Alford, of 2 at 4 p.m. supervision Choir mosphere. An artist sons in its New York southern police of-
In 1960. Various programs will 916 W. Church had laid claim to his
St.cLEMoNSrirs.wsute. The Pent a costal 2 and throughout the i headquarters and re- ficials.
be considered at the.Sumter
day. Rev. Jones will subject and was strok- tional offices
meeting, Bev. Newman said. Church of the, King-
i of 1517 W. 22nd St. dom of God began its deliver the sermon. ing his brush in rhythm'

I HENRY-Alonzo Jr.o f annual Revival Evening services start with the score writtenby --
sera
,A. B. SpingarnGiven Green Cove Springs. vices January 2 with at 7:30 p.m.Tuesday's J. II. LaIr>?r and .k--;:

of' services start at 8 performed ty a percus-
Bishop G.W.BlakLey
CitationFHILADELPHIAPa.Ar is invited sion group from the ..... ,
Polict Hold Deland Palatka serving'as p.m.The public -
to all services. music department when .
in
evangelist charge
Man In .-,. ;.the beatnik began hisspiel. : 1:
Stabbing Mother Masey Johnson, I ,.; '
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thur"B. Spingarn, 82- pastor, announced. .. .t '. 'k";t.:
year-old NAACP presi- DELAND-A 50-year old Emanuel Baptist Adult ALL IS WELLS I
NO CRANBERRYIn
dent, will be cited DeLand man is being Department observedthe In the eighteenth BUT

"for sixty years of held without bail holiday season century Gordon9s Gin medieval England .

dedication to the pending a Justice' of with presentation of I was made with the roast 9boar's head- '.. -

cause of human rights Peace court hearingon their annual Christ- water from Doctor I with plenty of mustardwas

and'opportunity" here charges of mur d er Saddler's Wells in the primary

next- week. following a stabbing Fins bury the s a me ChristmaS dish according .
He will be honored, incident here last DIG WE MIST r.:
.. ,wells from which the to Gordonfs Con-
along with The Boar's l lT
original
Olympic Saturday night.In famous English ballet sumer Council. Roast
:track star Wilma Head Tavernfamous
Ru-
as ,
custody at County company derived its peacock was rated
dolph, at the twelfth a meeting place for
is John Weston
jail name. second in preference.
annual Christen as Co-, who according to Shakespeare and his i
t13lion of the' Philadelphia -T
Deputy Gene Patrone "cronies, burned down,

Cotillion So- stabbed Mathew Floyd, was rebuilt, and then II
ciety. The
Presentation "
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down
torn to make room
will be made Dec 46, following an argument -
for the approaches of
3 :in the victim
\ .. home late Christmaseve. the new London Bridgein
The ,NAACP Protested 1831. k
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to the Department of, .

the Interior claiming \ 1400 WRHC 1400
racial discriminationwhich c: $ It- $
o
the departmentinvestigated WHEN YOU ARE ILL I
It waq You Seek The Best Doctor s KEN KNIGHTPreslntillg si

learned that Capps appointment When Your DoCtor PrescribesGet '
was 'unfair11 Experienced Pharmacists MAKES/ / SKIN BLEACHES
with D. Otis Beasley r'' To Fill Your Prescriptions ,

assistant sec rotary ., According To Your Doctor's 11 OLD FASHIONED KNIGHT TRills

of the department ruling 'ST. Orders. We Use Only '
9 P.M. 12 1 .
that Miller be The Best Quality Drugs .".'. At Nightly

in the Skint01 Y' f
placed position 0 1S SWEET CHABIQT

Dr. C. E. Black

WOMAN KILLS, ProprietorLILLY'S? '' lightens dark spots 9:30 to 10:30 Monday. Thru Friday
perfect powder
COLLEGE PROF. DRUG STORE base SOfla4' F..hires

PANAMA CITY JL 4-year 1907 King ,Road ELgin 3-8276 BLUES II THE KNIGHT
Old school teacher wu shot tc A COMPLETE LINE OF: .
RoitairsJd death Friday "by a student o Cosmetics: Rubber Goods Candies Sundries 10:30 12 Monday Thru S.tu.y
to Junior 'College, sceorr PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED .
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Sports Sparks Of 60 Perfect Team's Men.fors..110 Wilder A. C. Pugilists


_,c.w.,:, .' ___ Prep For Golden GlovesSpirits

This oigkt: provide food for argument andYeheaest :\i. ""':, a+ '
:counter ca.embrtyopr sports scribe reign high at the Wilder Athletic Club

firmly: believes that Anno 1960 was the biggestin iy'; :> Club this year as Coach Juilus Guinyard starts

the ,history of Tan athletes. And in the -.' his boxers through a gruelling training routine

following lines, V8're going to do ,our darndest destined to place them in tip top shape when
to prove our point Just a slight recapbefore the annual Golden Gloves boxing tourney swings
ve go :into our dance to strengthen position: underway.Jan 30 through Feb.l at the Coliseum
FORMER WCRLDfS HEAVYWEIGHT Champion Floyd Last yearthe wilder

Patterson returned from boxing's lowest rung team under the guidanceof attention to each

to regain the title in what theysaid "couldnt I.,4 !, Coach Guinyard fighter's trainingneeds.
be done" fashion over auper-colOllaltIngeu.r 1t -iIf brought top honors to .

Johasson During the GLyapic games in Rome, Jacksonville when it When questioned about

i Ready, Willing, and Able Wilma Rudolph who won the team charP1 on- his team's prospects I
hails from Clarbdale, Tennessee and studies ship.It was the first this yearCoach Guin

book lan .n'. at Tenn. A & I Univ.,startled the time in the historyof yard said, "If we can

world but not Wits with a precedent breaking ,f4JA the annual boxing find a good henbattamweight,118tbs. ,

i three first places arec gold medals event that such honors .
:
*. ,* were won by our host- and a flyweight,112...

WHILE ON THE OLYMPIC KICK....Redoutable Rafer 1 city aspirants. pounds,we III have the

established.t Wilder will also have I balance needed to retain -
: two defending champ- our team title.

ling of all sports-the decathlon. Wilma also Er? ions from last year's Team members now engaged -
ran*anchor on the winning Tenn. A & I Wc.en's team returning to the in daily work

'' 400-metre, relay teas composed of fellow coeds fold in Captain Nat outs at Jefferson Pool

Lucinda WWi* _, Barbara Jones, and Martha I Wright and Henry are: Nat Wright,He my
Hinds on. In other superlative efforts in Rome BRAIN TRUST- Shown above are the strategists behind the perfect Matthews,an standing: Matthews Paul Hawkins

) by TanianaRalph Boston broke isaortal Jesse season's record of the Golden Rams of Albany State College, Albany, back on Edward Waters Robert Gaffney, Ralph

Owens 25-year world's running broad, jump mark, Ga.) which in nine grid contests played during the '60 season, kept College's ranking '60 Collins,Timothy, Ford,

Lee Calhoun copped the 110-yard high hurdles, their goal line from being crossed In winning the Southeastern football team. Kenneth Wilson,Milton
I Otis DavJ.s,cut the tape in the 400-eeters, Ed Athletic Conference fro the second straight year the Golden Rams won Wright, who won a HaroldFrank Brisbaneand

Crook, middleweight, Cassius Clay, lightheavy seven with two scoreless ties being initiated against them by both, title in '59 in a others expected to

and Vilbert McClure, heavywon gold,medals :from .. Chaflln and Livingston Colleges., Meanwhile the Golden. Rams drubbed Golden Gloves tourney report this week.

the world's best Simon Pure boxers. Miles, Bethune-Cookman, Edward Waters,Paine, Savannah State JMorrism in Philadelphia, displayed Novice and more experienced
Fort Valley. Pictured from left are: C. K. Dunsonline coach;athletic a magnificentshow amateur

SAN IRAN'S (Mister Baseball) Willie }!Haysdom director and head coach 0. W. O'Neal Jr., and backfield coach J. C. I of courage in boxers interested in
inated contract signing time by, etchin' his Mitchell. I losing via a split
_..... ._ joining the team may
moniker him I decision the
to Open
a whopping $85,000 pact moving contact Coach Guinyard
into the sun as baseball's highest paid player Division welterweighttitle at Jefferson Pool 7

..18-year old rtuuigqhigh jump satellite John match duringthe p.m., Mondays,Wednesdays -
Thomas,'of Boston U. set world marks of from 7 recent Florida and Fridays.

j feet even-steven to 7'2!>t...Colta star tackle, 4 1 Z.r AAU boxing tournament

Gene, (Big DaddyLipacamb,294added pro wrest- matches held here in I j
ling to his ready money kitty and Oscar (Big December. JCC Award To Johnson '1

"0") Robert son,after setting a three-year all Coach Guinyard, in LOS ANGELESRater
Johnson,
recent Olympic decathlon
time scoring mark at Cincinnati U. joined the evaluating his team's champion was among the eight recipients \
pros prospects this year, of the Los Angeles Junior
stated that it isn'tas Chamber of Commerce awards to

TURNING TO BOXING.Sugar Ray Robinson droppedtwo 3.1 fh large as the '60 luncheon outstanding here southland last week.athletes at a

decisions to Paul Pender in Boston Garden, team which makes it The 1960 Sports Capital of the
for' the two-state (Massachusetts and New York) possible for him togive j World Award winners were chosen

version of the world's middleweight diadem.... ', more thoroug h by a ballot of sportscastcrs.

affable Archie Moore received a 10-roundno ; --

knockdown drubbing from a native cruiserweight ., You Don't Have hi Go to Town to Get
in Rome...Joe Brown was airlifted Italy fora S : -
similar beating and Feature Sports Inc. 11b 1 :
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K33B<4KM BVfc"MKfc> HHMBBV BBBk*ek3 '"l fc-*"'-- PRICESOn
announced the third arid deciding Patterson- LOW
( CLASSIC'S"roYERS--=Clarence Childs, .left: All-America halfback j
Johasson title bout will be held March 13' in
from Florida A&M
University and quarterback Don Smith of Langston University Your
Miami Floyd Patterson was also named "Boxer
liens were voted the
top performers for their teams during
of the Yearn
by the National Boxing Association the 28th annual Orange Blossom Classic the
by working press in Orange DRUG STORE HEEDS
Bowl stadium in Miami. FAMU defeated Langston 40-26. Figures in photoare
'
: Childs, J.R.E. Lee Jr. classic founder and and vice presidentof I
? POTPOURRI.Jake Gaither of FAMU was nominated Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store
FAMU Dr. William H. Hale president of
to the National Langston and Moss H. Ken-
Athletic
Inter-collegiate
As
drix, Coca-Cola Bottling Company The
representative. J.R.E. Lee
sociation's Hall of Fame..the Rattlers 17- Jr. We Will Meet Any Prices Advertised
trophies presented players were donated by the Miami and Guthrie
game winning streak was drydocked by Souther (Okla. ) Coca-Cola Bottling Companies. In Your Local PipersWOOD'S
s U* of La..Jim Brown of Paul Brown's Browns
Childs was selected to play with the small college All-Americans
; set up another record by the winning the NFL : a-
gainst major college stars in the All-American Bowl which
game was
rushing crown for the fourth straight year..ail : played Monday in Tuscon, Arizona.. DIXIE PHARMACY
local deejay Ken Knight joined the higher
I 1302 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVINUI
echelon of broadcasting when he placed into
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PHONES EL 7-SS97.9tW.
1 neat working order the nine radio station network I Aaron Retains $60,000 Drtr W. Alt9 Fill All Doctori Pntcriptltm
Baltimore Bids
; which broadcasted the '
annual
Blossom
Orange -
PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE

/ and the Classic airminded between Langston winning-40 U.Lions.from to 26-Rattlers Okla.. For. Services. OfPirates' Salary Despite Off-Year BILLS AT OUR STORE

j Hank Aaron with a poor .-292 batting average, MILWAUKEE-Despite the fact .
i bolstered his season's record with 40four Clemente his batting average dropped froma family in Jacksonville, Fla. <+ .

masters and 126 RBI's reportedly: irked the paper Philadelphia,Pa.-How much 'league-leading .355 average in Aaron's drop'In batting average
r 18W to .292 in I960. Henry (Hank) did not net him a raise but the
for $60,000 a year again.Juan Pizarro joined is Roberto Clemente worth in
Aaron signed his contract for the quickness,with which he signed in-
the "Go Go" Sox pitching staff and adroit Bill dollars and cents? 1961 season with the Milwaukee dicated he was happy with the
Bruton departed from the Braves for new horizons If you take the word of Baltimore Braves for the same salary $60- terms.
: in Detroit with the Tigers. All in allit manager Paul Richards, 000 he received last year. McHale pointed out,,that even r
:he is worth a halt million dol.
GOES TO FLORIDA though Aaron's fell off his
was a grand and glorious year and we'll havea i, lars, maybe more. Tentative agreement was reached 40 homers and average 125 runs batted in '
continuation to top happening's in .sports of. :, That, according to Richards, ;in two sessions, Milwaukee general from last season were up to par."He I
7a
160 here next v ek. {is the amount the Orioles arc ,manager John McHale said, and T
oJ ,willing to pay to land the strong ,was happy with the way we x
Aaron came in to sign the pact a looked at him off ," McHale
,(farm outfielder of the world year
few days before leaving to visit his s
said. 'fHe is very anxious to get M
ADVERTISE. champions Pittsburgh. Pirates. back, into the .540 class and he II *i j
However, the Pirates are notir&ling I ready to play anywhere." 1 t., .
to part'with Clemente, DeJohn Machen The trade of Billy Bruton to Detroit .' .; "'. ,
FLORIDA STAR. ivin. for that high price. ThePirates has left a gap in Milwaukee'scenterfield 3 ,4"" 4'i...___ I M .._
top power batsman, Clemente Clash and talk is that Aaron
led his team in runs- May will be asked to fill that spot
& atted-in and home runs and
1 .w wLIir jwas:' second only to tea tmi1e Early In 1961New

Dick Groat, the National Leaguebatting
yf champion in. overall York Hard-hitting
[batting average. Mike DeJohn of Syracuse was
WATCH THIS CLOWN
expected to meet high ranking
Reflecting the Orioles high
f esteem for the Puerto Rican Eddie Machen of Portland early I TRAIN YOURSELF
in 1961 following hip nine- 496-32-179
slugger Richards said: Td give
a half million dollars for an round knockout of Billy Hunterin 17-72-01
outfielder like Clemente." Then Ma'dison Square Garde re- For A Paying Profession .:.
thoughtfully,he added,"But you 'cently. j'
can't buy players like that" DeJohn. a knockout artist 5 3 '
In 26 Weeks
The Pirates, meanwhile, are with a total of 28 to his credit 7 0
reportedly seeking an* additional 'including HW tet's stopped the S 7 .
topJUfht pitcher' and would Detroit heavyweight in 2:51 minutes NEW CLASSES NOW FORMING
like.to have t performer like of the ninth of their sche- 41S47$3Sfeltede '
Milt Pappu or Jack Ffcher. duled 10 rounder. YES You'll always t. oh. .. to fad werk

Thus, the rumor- 01.t postible Before the bout matchmaker 71g .- ,- YES-Yowl! ... s.*d. Menty .
c emedte-Pappas trade spread Teddy Brenner announced that '
YES--Yw'H tart .d.
go wtrfcfof canAfontN
during recent trade tills. be- Machen had agreed to meet. the Mfr .
itweea. officials of the two trams. winner early next year. .... O You wUl not U JeW eff at .s. 50. .
Tht trade talks prevailed By J losing Hunter' who ,ul. lie HI sire It.C"I tEGlSTER NOW
liter'Pirates general manager bred his eight loss aa compared
\j Joe Brown announced the Bues&WWIni' to IS victories and two draws, ied AM FLORIDA IMBER COLLEGE
1ft.trade. He said also missed a chance to move
If ywr toffitt csarot ssftiy W SHAVING*P 11 i6ER CO. th'e Orioles ire into heavyweight title eontentan. 521127i 630 Dvk IMVM St.ir
SEND ft for HUM MAttC JEAM MATES P.O.Box 3447 if>l*UvMinth A* oetfaUer Clemente. I tit .

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p j..Gy EIGHT THE FLORIDA STAR 'Saturday January 7, 1961
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I roLmEPors FBI Chief Declares War WANTED: Men and women who
:The.BlocksI honestly desire to face their alcoholic -
Off -
Chips BOYS problems. Free meetings:

WOMAN SHOOTS MAN On Nation's Molesters Mondays and Fridays, 7:30 'P.M.

SITTING IN AUTO EARN MORE Clara White Bldg., Room 305 '
BY JAY JAY On 'December 6, J* Edgar Hooverdirector of the -

has and and the boys and David Collins,48, of Federal Bureau of Investigation,iss d a statement CAH FOR ENT'Nice
Christmas come gone 210 Madison St.
was
in
connection with the menace of child
gals have settled down to routine business, suchas shot in the left hand molesters. His comments are set forth in the f Room in desirable
that
paying bills and wondering how to make and left thigh Christ- following paragraphs. : SELLING : neighborhood Modern

green stuff stretch, Jack Frost stayed away Bias Day while sitting "One of the most! 'minutes, no serious conveniences.Gentlemanpreferred.

during the hplidaze but he is on hand nowHope in automobile, police horrible offenses in[ injuries were reported; The Florida Star Call Elgin

he takes another vacation soon. reported.' the sordid history of: ,Several officers. suf- 5-5179 after 7 p.m. on

During the dying Yuletide mOlD-: Oscar Norman andalla-. The victim was riding crime is the brutal fered torn uniforms week-daysAll daYStn daY
of the
ents last few* I hassee Hunter" led the in a c ar with Milton sexual attack on the and police car windows Royal Crown

season a crew to the 19th hole. Hudson. They stopped body of a small_ child were broken b missies.' FOR SALEBack
held'.Elcee'Lucas
balls were on,the NJE. corner of The threat of' the Police arrested 14Negroeswith'Municipal Bottling Company

had his annual George; Washingtondonned Davis and Beaver Sts. child molester hangs Issues of Frank
1235 SAN MARCO BLVD.
birthday party featur- Sunday togs and t ILLUSTRATED
While parked there, a over each and Court
every Judge Lawrence
ing those down home made the rounds with Weekly 1860to
Newspapers
woman whose name was community,in our coun Childs R. 9.4481
dishes, hashlets and' his madam Sarah. This Verdell giving jail 1865 a.1sol500 Rare
given as Wade' try.Swiftanddectsive
of from 10
Tennessee mountain was the first round for 35, of 1415 PowhattanSt. action is sentences Men Send for This Handsome Books.627 West Ashley
necessaryto to 40 with
(chitterlingsman her since the arrivalof days two SAMPLE CASE-FREE Street.
oysters
walked
up to the assure that these ..
being given suspended
) solid and liquid daughter Anastasia.
car, opened car door human vultures who sentences. s- .,end 111 Show Yen
abounded. Word has reached ns 4- HowtoMak.Upto
refreshments
and got in, Collins prey on children will With a / \ $ in a Diy Roosevelt NOW
two such inci- r' "aI1
eo.yM
Prior to the New Year of the wedding reception said. '' f.f S.m.I. frauI.&lor.:
be removed from uen..h.uuf.L fclc-T )B*
.S' .
our .
inCharlie Hoss in Pensacola for dents having developedin 'i S.suit and..on.wt. .ftbric T.1..rd.n MATINEL 2:45 P. M.
coming Collins Iran fr* M 1.11.-.
said -
she told society. T cthfi.. for *qaillty. m".1d tm.... arelothw
and Dr. Thompson and'his : the Negro section Mda..:.ra.. c r< B- NIGHT 8:15 P. M.
Singleton coinpa'iyentertained James him tlON..rl"'ur u .4.oc.n coat.brao an**
she ,
was going to "A foremost measureof the rdtn w .lisle it wiy f.r.T-la vt r.c vrowa ek.fiwfthmit .
bride. "Doc'' during past two on MHI r-t. N-> xpcrlnc. *4c4. dA,
at the homp- kill him. After ACTION. GUAKANtCKO. !RND''OlioNETO. jmtAll 50
$1.00-CHHJ
warning crime prevention months wt b.l.w ud mi3 COUVM-TODA Adults
Ribault.Warren Schell son works for the state. Negro leaders PROs DSTAILOIIINQCO..OO..TIt..St.. .
him, she shot him against this of DIP.K I If t CHICA8O I.ILLINOIS ALL-TIME
type have requested a meet- ------- --- ACADEMY
had a sedate shingdig of Florida. IPROORtSS TAILORINQ CO,O;t.i.4
in left hand and
left
.
criminalis a programof ing with city officialsin I 00 Ttw.* Street.CMcac*7,111. i AWARD CHAMPION!
to' welcome in the I wonder what are the DMrStrIWAVT AMAOE-TO-MZASUKCSCrTTO. '
thigh victim said.He'was
educating childrenin aneffort I WEARudSH'iW.wttlMiltPvtncUforlt.a..I1. I
to
and Gator Bowl officials present t.II.eS-.I.Kit.fset..Ifsbrk.sboi.t.IIrpzz.) l
little
fellow taken I I II
to Duval
usher out old man going to do next year? regard to the dan- .plans for preventing a | KlBI....._......_..._.........Aft...... 1II 1 1I

1960. They are very obvious Medical Center; ty Mil gers of being lured recurrence of future .II I ................._.-....__-........1 I
ton Hudson. The sus- 1
by strangersAs primary incidents.
Out E1 Dorado way, in their man vering pect got out of the weapon in this !!:==;:::::..:::=.::;:. :::..::::..JS
folk in the rear to keep the Gator Bowl
were car and left when they campaign the FBI in
like sardines.One ,lilywhite, from a
roam arrived at Duval Med- suN,
1956 began distributing STRANDTECHNICOLOR"
of the featuresof and ( StuaM Jet Sevvtce
player spectator ical Center, Collins coloring sketchesfor a a SAT.
theevening was the viewpoint Last week PREVAIL"
said Collins was elementary schoolchildrenPointing "WHCRC COURTESY AND EFFICIENCY

hullygully line. In they attempted to treated and .admitted out 24 HOUR ROAD SERVICE

the line we saw Leila segregate the circular Police said SOLOMON WESION.OWN!R
no ar- the menace of the-'
GrayHansel Tookes of coliseum. Negro' fans rests had been made. child molester.No less PHONE EL 6-9068

FAMU,Prince Matt, Mr. were sold tickets froma Sgts. R. L. Matthewsand ,than than 3 million: 660 N. MYRTLE AVE. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA M
and Mrs. Jesse Wilcox stack.All of
special
WfB. Jones investigated of these posters have
Clyde Kirkpatrick and the "reserved seats" been disseminated by

many others. Prince's in that stack were in the FBI.These sketchesare
wife him NOW'S THE TIME TO ORDER j
surprised
one section.Our advice WOMAN CUT TWO PLACES furnished free of
POClh talB.riquetiAnthrlciteCoke
with Friends abirthday and 'party.fellow is that you buy your DURING ARGUMENT AT HOME! charge and quantitiescan C 0 A L

tickets in advance.By rk #
be obtained by nn CITY WIDI ZlILIVIU
Venitians were among "the after the I ALL SEASONS iCE & FUEL 00.
way Mrs.Susie Mae Davis, writing tome. ,
the invited.Forgot to ninth of this month, 40, of 2141 Lewis St. "The protection 'of 5111 NORWOOD AVE. PHONE PO 4.4511 aLAWS
mention that Lewis .
let's go iceskating.There was cut on the right the Nation's childrenis .oo.tn. /Th.t't+r t+r G
Stukes and Thomas
is another hand and left side the responsibilitynot JULIETPROWSE

Myers are both hull yEulliers. hockey game next week. last Sunday during an only of parents For Breakfast. Dinner J:ter the Movie Snacks AND

ttDoc" Robins,pharmacist I argument, police re- but also of policeand
Allen Banni5tertfmayorof ,I Fried Chicken Bacon Sausage
southsidetlentertained at Mervons has ported.The the public. RAY ALDO .

the removed his name from woman told police "Only constant vigi- Oysters FISH i Eggs Hot Cakes HEATHER SEARS
his staff
the list of eligible lance the
against
Shrimp Ham Coffee Milk
at, the El Dorado.. bachelors. He and she and her com- child molester in communities -

Lillian Knight and Lillian Williams, I mon-law husband we'r e throughoutthe 'Y -1 French Fried Potatoes Steak.

Helen Jones were two having a n argumentand ..d
'
secretary in Atty. ..D.Jackson's country can prevent SPECIALIZING IN TASTY FOODSMADELINE'S
of the young ladiesin office tied ,he pulled knife
the black head-
'his .The and cut .her Victim COFFEE SHOP
party gent the knot last week. lines reflecting the
whose head was bowed Lillian hails from was,taken t o Duval vicious attacks of Air-conditioned

was Willie Finn. His Medical Center by afriend. r
Ocala. this criminal It is
liquid' troubles were .Police advised ELgin 4.9962 1929 KINGS ROAD
Leap year ;is past but imperative, that schoolauthoritiespolice
weighing heavy on him. for the sake of the her to get warrant :
He was charged corkage Patrolmen JC Adams ofn
declare
gals who want ,to -
ficialsnews'media
cover and berth fees. and H.J.Haynes investigated representativesbusiness
4
1961 "open sea- 1 ..
The Oliver Walkers
had as their guests son on men"watch for executives, ,civic and .':;- .,. ,I
4r
my bachelor list com patriotic leadersand .,. .,
group
the Hansel Tookes ofal1ahassee. 740 LINE STREET
ing soon. FLIM FLAMMERS GET others interestedin
,
Jimmy .
--- $140 FROM VICTIM safeguarding children -
Satterwhite had no

guest but he snagged HELP WANTED recognize the
Thomas Knight, R. F. threat of the child w
lones looking YORK
every NEW
D. Box 36 Valdosta molester their
femme that passed by. MAIDS COOKS com-
flOUSEWORKERSExce1 the i munities and take
Georgia was v c- posi-
He had declared open : nt positions available at
tim of flint flanxners tive actim itV
season.Bob Swain came once for good and steady female against
domestic workers who want permanent Christmas
Day police
up from St. Pete and sleep-in jobs with the best private & _
entertained famUiea.,.good treatment... reports indicated. 14 Arrested In :1L '. N
a
party.
all meals. ..nice room and TV ... Knight told police a
The popular dentist alt privileges. Salary ,up' *o $30.00 St. Pete RiotST.
weekly and higher/:transportation two men approached him '
showplace
just completed a now 1H
to New York advanced. If you are 1000 W. Street
at Bay
home. looking for a good Ilee -ln job, PETERSBURGArrestof I
write Immediately to: and said they had
Sunday .afternoonjohn DOMESTICP.O. a Negro couple for
of
Henry Gripper and yours BOX JM VALDOSTA, GA. found a large sum disorderly con d uct R -
All Letter Will Be Answered. money and if he would
truly served as combination touched 'off 'a' riot in
put what money he
up
caddiesgal which than 100-
more
had to show good
lery andball PREMIERTSMeatMarket rock
spotters faith, they would di- throwing Negroesand
for a golfing sixsome.
20
some- police
vice it with him. The
Alonzo Lewis, Marvin officers armed with
flim flassners said OLTEN. .
A LEE FISE.
Ward, Bill Scriven, riot guns and billy :
they would hide the rs
Julius BailflftA.Della- clubs were involved
back
and
come
gag,&. prof ran Savannah FOOT OF WEST money later and divide it. last Saturday. $ :

and winner of the Reports stated that (
BEAVER ST. VIADUCT Victim said he gave
Gateway Open onceandIke although, the incident
the men $].40. They : L .
White were the lasted _
returned. only twentyCenter r 1.. _
never
hackers.ThatYs. just a

term because these Pork Spare 11

fellows really play.

Ike beat Dellagog and R1BS3Ibs$11.

refused to play mother rti a

round.In fact he shot Weiners or Pure PorkSausage I f
the lowest score of Myrtle Aye and Adorn* Phone EL 4 1468 "'k rtJr

his career.DoctorDan 3 Ibs. SL- CAPE CANAVERAL d h 1 r Na
Lauray, J.E. Hutchins, 7

and Willie White came WHITtlING Lb.. 29c

.in and I heard something iacon5lbs.S1.00
RED BASS '
like fifty plus u. 39c

forty equals ninety. BLUE FISH 350
Willie White shot around 2 WHOLE HENs'for Fine for trolling Lb.BAHGAIN.DEPT .I

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par. Willie .': .-

Weathersbee spent his $1.00Swift <.. rirrt ......' H
S
time chipping a few ''

and agitating. DeanTossi LARGE ROE MULLET ;.;;f -,k ',29c NEW THRIVING ENTERPRISE.---Jacksonville booming array of new business

was on hand but r- Sliced KMGFISH STEAKS ta ventures was joined recently by the above shown ultra-modern Sarahfs
49c
could not play becausehe ': 5- ..' *; Drive-In-Bar-B-Q which has been serving hundreds o f discriminating

was in afternoon Bacon 3 I Ifcs. S1.M SniMSfl MACKERELLI( ,,:;. 35c custc. hers fran all sections of the Northern Florida' In top photo,

dress and hot golfing "ELUSIVE" SHEEMOSESWNDFISH 32e (center), Mrs. Sarah Bolten, :young, owner-proprietor is shown receiv-

" regalia.Tribute should 'u. ing keys to firm's establishment frcn contractor Evander Collier. Inset

. be paid to ttrtchins lEE &IL"I STEAKS ,,. 7c left shows picture of popular owner operator. Inset right, is the*,

and his staff for the GENUINE mm FUNNIER'CAlFlSfl ; 4Jc concern's popular, culinarist, Mrs. Annie Lee Fisher.Center and bottom

fine job they are doing u. photos bear out the fact that clientele of all ages enjoy the fine --a

: on the ground YOU SEE IOTH SIDES : 4CLEIiAOYTwM..ou barbeque, sandwiches, and snacks which ha aide> Sarah's D rive-Ia-Bar-

Charles Brown,Di Ide 4c' B-Q740 Line Street, the most popular and fastest graving new enter-

RobinonJoe Flanders*..r OF YOUR MEAT.. :- prise Jacksonville1s metropolitan area. ,.

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