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General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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The playing with a book NEW YORK Argument in the TAMPA. (Exclusive) For the first time, it may\ be
of matches by two United States Supreme Courton *
young revealed that Dr. Martin Luther Kings Nov. D appearance

brothers resulted In the the contempt convictionof at an NAACP sponsored freedom rally here was

burning to death of their Rev. Theodore R. Gibsonof i momentarily halted by a bomb threat.. \

five months,old sister Miami Fla., has been The noted civil rights ,

Tuesday. postponed to Dec. 4, NAACP .
leader was scheduled to Joxon Given-
Death came immediatelyto General Counsel Robert L.
speak before an estimated
Alexis Mitchell, the Carter stated. The hearing
audience of some 4,200 life SentenceA
daughter of Mrs. Juanita had originally been
in
people Fort Hesterly
t Mitchell of 8052 Shrike scheduled for Nov. 16. .
Armory when an anonymous old Jaxon who -
34-year
Avenue.. Treated for At issue is a six-month MOMENTARY HALT: Dr. Martin Luther King pauses for an interview with members of
telephone call disclosed
varying degrees of burns jail sentence and a fine of that Stabbed' his girl friend Democratic Action representatives in Tampa prior to reentering Fort Homer Hesterly
a boob had been
'death'oD the day theyEDDIE
to
at a local hospital with $1200 imposed upon Father planted in the auditorium. a. Armory while police and firemen search for reported bomb. At left is Leon Cox:

neither reported in Gibson an Episcopal clergyman Police and firemen 1 Gibbs Junior College instructor, who was cited recently in Jacksonville by the

serious condition were and president of the ordered an immediate sponsoring Florida Conference of NAACP Branches for his work with the Youth Councilsin

Alexis' two brothers Miami branch of the National i evacuation of the s breaking down segregation in variety stores lunch counters.

Maurice Mitchell 2, and Association for the Advance- ,
premises while they
Cedric Mitchell aged 3. ment of Colored People. con- (Photo By Fillyau, )
ducted
a thorough search. -
Clarence Miller, a long- Father Gibson was convicted! without avail. j I
Upon com-
shoremanof 7921 Maddox of contempt of a Florida t
pletion of the investiga- Racial Bars Jackson To JFK Asked
|K St. said he noticed a legislative investigating -. I ITo
tion. Dr. King, other -r4- "
station wagon with smoke committee because. of his program-participants_ ?' and" -AieLift.d Meef FAMUMIAMI Act
from it he .
emerging as was refusal to varify his answerto the
large audience reentered -
parking his car in a ,lot. questions based on the- Unanimous approval of "
the auditoriumfor Okla. -- GlosterB.
-- Jackson (Miss. ) MUSKOGEE
of the
sections city's
He pulled the two lads NAACP branch membershiplist.
the program while an State College was chosen Current, director of the
taxicab code permitting
from the car via the tail- The case is before
enlarged police detach- Monday as the opponent for NAACP s 1.494 units calledon
of colors to
gate but said he failed to the Supreme Court on 'appeal persons any
ment remained on hand in Fla. A&M University'sRattlers President Kennedy to
notice the baby who was from a decision ofthe engage any cab was. endorsed -
order to quell any further SCOTT the ninememberJax in the annual Dec. issue an executive order
the front seat. Florida State Supreme Court by
lying on
..
incidents, ALife Sentence. Council during 9 Orange Blossom Classic for banning discrimination in
Cedric was reported to which upheld a lower court City
Interviewed outside the were to have been married, its meeting Tuesday night.. the mythical national Negro housing. I
have had'a book of matchesin ruling requiring him to
facility while a search was sentenced to life in Having passed its third' college football. champi- 'The number one problem
his hand when he was testify that certain persons
was being made for the onship.Dr. confronting Negroes in the
prison in Circuit Court
bill becomes
the
reading
pulled from_the car.Assisting named by: the committee were
in the reported bomb Dr. King here Tuesday.In ,effective after it has George W. Gore, president North, and in many places
not NAACP members. He was
children's rescue were twoA. originally convicted in described, the recent imposing sentence. been signed by the mayor of FAMU said, "we are throughout the South and

L., Lewis School August 1960. episode as, 'the death Judge Marion W. Gooding and is advertised a requirement proud that once again the. West, is the inability to

students Robert Hardingof knell of a dying order." stated he will recommendto of the law. classic will match the 'purchase or rent housing

724 Church and:Carol-n the Florida Parole Prior to its passing first and second teams in accommodations in new

Sparks of 810 Cleveland I I'Pepper Sta.tes > His Candidacy I Commission that the persons wishing to operate our national ratings." federally-financed developments -

St. ; defendant Eddie_ Scott cabs 'for hire" in the Gore was refering to .' Mr. Current said.

MIAMI -- Former U. S. Sen. that he (Scott) never be city were required to ratings annual published bya He was here to address the
would be an all-out .endorsement -,
GONE. TO*. STtUlEi Claude Pepper formally announced of President' considered for parole. operate separate vehicular national Negro weekly. Oklahoma. State NAACP con-

his candidacy Judge Gooding described service both for Negro and A&M was rated number one ference in seesion at the
K ennedy's program4.
Mrs) Mitchell told Saturday for a congres- Scott as a vicious, white passengers.The among top ranked Negro Manual Training High School.
especially in Latin American
police she left the sional seat in the northern cold-blooded killer r new ordinance also colleges with a 26.71 and Peace Corps
affairs and strong support
children alone in the car half of 'Dade's new Third amends a section of the once-beaten Jackson was] Wants Negroes
of the Alliance for Pro-
she went to store Broke Up Plans second with 24.78
while a District gress and in foreign previous law which limited a rating. WASnNGTON. D. C. Negro

at Davis and King sts. The announcement ended affairs The state's testimony only five passengers to Newspapers and other

Reports revealed that the weeks of speculation as to presented by Asst. State occupy a cab. The new life publications are being

entire interior of the whether the former Presi- ;limit is Gefs
Atty. Richard C. Gordie : now seven urged to bring forciblyto

ear's upholstery was dent Franklin D. Roosevelt SAY YOU'SAW IT IN stated Scott met Miss ssengers. Term For the attention of Negro i
.destroyed and the windows supporter would seek Dade's '
people the fact that the
THE FLORIDA STAR Jeanette Rance 23--the Fatal Stabbing -
rolled :
which were up were second seat.
is to
victim--at about 6:40 a.m. Peace Corps open any ,
cracked by the heat. Pepper said his platform
with
American requisite
Aug. 24 on Monroe and
Minister Ends MIAMI Mlamian Edmund
'skills or trainable
-" Pearl streets and slashedher De eritt 35, of
= 1328 NW
I Auto Fire Killed Infant' Tuesday 14 times with a long- 25 Day Fast 1st Court was sentenced to assets, it was announced
this week.
bladed knife in the face, life in prison by Circuit

r :: -- u. 0...... .' rl neck and body. Court Judge Francis J. Any person with said
'. '> skills and assets over 18 '
The defendant said he
Tenn. A Christie for the murder -
BROWNSVILLE.
and the victim were to years of age and no dependents -
,-' suspended Cincinnati. of Miss Carolyn J. Booker
0/ have been married on Aug. may secure application -
; Ohio minister who is"working" 23. of 420 NW 8th St..
2 4. the day of the Originally charged with at local post
out a loitering offices, or from the Peace
incident but that she
first degree murder for the
charge in Haywood County
Washington D. C.
broke up with him the Corps
May 3 fatal incident.
workhouse ended a 25-day
6' Instructors or those experienced -
previous day. He also
; Demeritte changed his pleat
I' c'"l fast by taking a light
,: : in the
following
,said that he brooded all guilty on. a second
.
nourishment here Nov. 24.
;
--: night over the affair, .degree murder charge upon are being sought: teachers
: Rev. Maurice McCrakin. 55, '
P --- adding that he met the the advice pf his attorneys. of' English, the scIences

10 woman by accident the was arrested here Oct. 29, The state"Accepted th French music mathematics,

t""cL ;: "trumped": up charges,
1-, t next morning. He.contendedshe gtfilty plea. : arts and crafts, horti-
.. he said because he came
.. and other sub-
threatened him with a : Miss Booker, who was a .culture

4I. knife but police said here to assist Negro share- !Iwellknowti, Beaber of the jects are in demand Ip

--- they could not find the croppers who said' they younger set. was a graduateof newly developed countries.

weapon. .were evicted for registering Booker T. Washington. Project needs call for a
to vote. He was given
Judge Gooding said he High School. variety of professionaland
.: wI a $12. SO fine and court
:: "' ,, thought the Jury would occupational skills
i. ;.,. ,.,, costs at $2 a day. h HospitalDr. !
"' 'j" _
-" : '"-:.. <1 have seat SCot to the including shop assistants,

... ,.. "...'.. _. fJif'I : electric chair- bad they The minister's first1 Ertha M. It White who mechanics, home: economists ,
_
;" """ nourishment 1t consisted of
; \ ;(''.)-g.. "".'.:"'.', known the defendant had was confined to Brewster rural youth program

'i< been convicted of man- light sips of orange Memorial Hospital last assistants, health educators -
""" '. juice. He said he broke
: physical education
'. 'slaaghter la Gainesville Thanksgiving Day was

,". .. l't'o .in 1947. Records revealed .bis fast 'because bethought listed in fair condition instructors nurses,

., Scott served siX".ears ofa he bad gone far :Wednesday, a spokesman of .jlabratory technicians.

T PIlE_ .'VIC'i3M' Barley- visible- -are' tbe charred noaiits of little Alexis Mitchell who 20 jeer seateace before enough without injuring .,the Clara White Mission I it7.workers, architects --

terse to death in en .auto,. faich her mother left perked oa opes let. .- ..lIe... paroled.r r ... :i .his health. (stated. I radio cammunicati .

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NEWS .
.
ifai ,BY ERIC 'O. SIMPSON
Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co.
"Member of Auoclated Negro Press" New
York
-- More than 1,500 persons recently assembled

Sere for the National Urban League sixth annual

ERIC O. SIMPSON......._.....................................Managing Editor fcportunity-Da/ dinner, gave rousing reception to a'Equal message -

ALY SON E. WISE..v..New* Editor fran President Kennecfcr, read at the event, in f.tiicb

HILDA woo TEN........................_...Circulation Manager ;t'r 4ri1 i he wannly iBuded the League's long contribution of effort
: /t+ '. toward attainment of
equal
--*- { opportunity for all Anericans
MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: In a letter to Henry steeger New York Maga

2323 Moncrief Road............_......_.:.............Phone...Elgin 4-6781...' W\1t,4 : zine chief publisher executive and noted NUL president, in the natiw'S'f'r '

.. occasion.. '
Mailing Address: .' j G.:.:';
'Each the Urban
P.. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida .. year National League
4v; & SIt .f
has dramatized the hope of equal opportunity .
a t ,642 N W Jnd AVENUE for all Americans on the annivers.-

i J MIAMI", FI 4 '.PR 48195 OR "WP48105 S ary of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address.

1 1 t With each passing year, that hmpe is"

SUBSCRIPTION RATES A more and more being transformed into reality.' !i
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4 One Year, $5.00; Half Year. $3.00' -
Mailed To You Anywhere In The United States /S !
Subscription Payable In Advance. Send Check or Money Order To:. tx Committee m Equal Employment Opportunity moving Vith

FLORIDA STAR-P..O.Box JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA ? vigor and imagination to increase the pace of progress'
in actions designed to end discrimination in connection i,

THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: with employment on government contracts as well as in the
whole Federal
service.
l 1. City and County Civil Service Jobs
XXir( concern does not end with employment opportunity:>>
J'1 1I 2. Negro Road Patrolmen rr President Kennedy declared in his message to the NUL.

I 3. Negro Firemen Mte cannot rest content until equal ooportunity is achi-

4. More Negro Police Officers eved in all parts of our national life. We must do this

S \ not just because the world crisis requires to utilize
fully the great human resources of this nation. We must

3 1961 WAS SUCCESSFUL YEAR, do it not just because our role in the world demands thatwe

1 practice in full at home what we stand for in tb3 world.Ve .
FOR CIVIL RIGHTS LEGISLATIONMore ( must do it because our faith in the dignity of man--
: all everywhere less'
pf men requires no ,

states enacted more antidiscriminationlaws ierdinner Goldber delivered the nrincioal address at

in' 1961 than in any.previous year, the tt held in the Grand Ballroom of thealdcrf\' -

American Jewish Congress reported today.In Astoria Hotel.

its biennial survey of state anti-bias The Equal Opportunity Day dinner, given each year since
1956 by the League, celebrates a day set apart by the
legislation, the Congress said that 21 states
DECISIVE ACTION BY THE GOVERNMENT WILL HELP ENFORCE COURT DECISION. 4, organization to urge Americans in all walks of life to re-
passed 39 laws this year covering racials and religious dedicate themselves in affirmation of their belief in the

discrimination in employment, education,"' ------- immortal words of the Gettysburg Address that 'all men

housing and public accommodations. 'Figured are created equal.' f,

either by the number of states, the number ofF :- Your Weekly Chairman of the 1961 dinner, for which turned out the

bills or the breadth of their scope, the report S largest crowd ever to be drawn tp the event, was Martin
_
E. Segal, NUL Trustee and president of
National
a firm
)
_
noted, 'the year 1961 set records for -
Guide bearing his name which *
Horoscope serves as consultants and actuaries
,
state civil rights legislation not achieved in to health
welfare and pension programs. It was the second -
any preceding year. successive year that Mr. Segal had headed the dinner.
The American Jewish Congress study was preparedby WHICH: ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR Each year the Urban League signally honors two notable

the agency s 'Comma eeion on Law and Social BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL Americans -- one from management and the other fran labor

Action under Shad Polier, chairman. i"" -- in recognition of outstanding contribution to that

bile pointing out that none of the 1961 laws 3t By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES cmcept. Honored at the 1961 event tonight were Walter H.
Wheeler\ Jr. chairman
of the b aid of Pitney-Bowes. Inc. ,
blazed new trails in anti-discrimination, legis- manufacturers of mailing
t: 1 equipment, and David Sullivan,
lation, the report fourd as "a very significant ] SAQITTARIUS president cf the Building Service Employees International
sentimental value rather him.U.S.
development'the fact that 'legislatures Born Nov. 23 thru Doc. 21
-
Boni March 21st-Thru .Ar.ril 20th
>> than for their glamour orj
throughout the country have observed the enact- I

ment of civil rights laws in other states, ,have Unless you are down with a cost, as those who really difficult It is one of things the most for Firms To Take Products To People At

satisfied themselves that the laws work and have virus, and that is a dis- love you will ,appreciate

decided to follow suit. tinct possibility this time thoughtfulness and good agittarians to curb their Local Shopping Center Showcase Exhibits

Since enactment of the first fair employment time of the year, you maybe taste above all else (2nd- indignation when they believe ..'::::::":"::"::: :.:..... ...... .....,. .. ........-.. .........._,

laws in 3945 and the report of president Tru- hard put to cope with the 3rd). Think of the 9th as that an injustice is

man's Committee on Civil Rights in 1947, it jobs or problems that are the most promising date for being done. You may have

noted 'the your personal responsi- the ceremonies, if the occasions galore when you
was fact of continued inequality
may be tempted to protestin
I has been allowed to lapse from consciousness bility. This may prevent question comes up. Marriage }.';(.
or conscience of the American people many of the difficultiesthat for many of you,' may be no uncertain terms. ".:.::,:
:::,,:::,::
However, risk the ..
closely linked to you ..:, '
"Steady .progress has been made during that are building up rapidlj your :':
danger of creating ',:
period in breaking down long-existing barriers, Believe in the future as it, financial interests for more
problems, and greater
the survey found, adding: can be molded to the pat- years to come.
difficulties for yourself,
"The wide success of legislative campaigns in tern you like.12044S5124. I
if you select powerful 3
the states this .year shows that the civil rights 2-70-66-72-276 forces as your targetsfor I. *

movement is still growing in strength. VIRGO
Born Aug. 23 ihrfc Sep 22 criticism or attack.
"
The American ,
24-page Jewish Congress report also'covered I' TAURUS j %

five anti-bias statutes enacted in three horn, April 21 thru .May 20 Your first impulse t 6-40-642646C'APBICORN' '* .. \

states during 1960. Most state legislatures meet There is an unbroken line, struggle against the pres- Born .Dsc. 22 thru f :,.
Jan. 1
in odd-numbered years.As of similar planetary aspects sures that are nudging you $ i
into breaking with certain Fven if you seem to be ina
a result of the actions of 1961 state legis- that should warn

latures, the study pointed out "a very impressive you against taking any traditions, fixations or assailed position where doubts you are ........--..-\- <,av---., ... .:,,w,,,,,,,,-.._,. __, r.i t' ., v
number of state antidiscriminationlaws risks with your cash, resources personal habits should by opposition : Scale model of Shopping Center Showcase is examined- by
in personal not be given too much en- red tape or Robert A. Jenkins president (left) and John I). Hallaren, executive .
or hap-
are now effect.
rice president of Shopping Center Showcase.
;couragement. You would only other complicating factors, Inc. Showcases similar
piness. One of your best to this model will be erected in the nations 43 largest: marketing
succeed in creating tensions do not throw in the sponge. areas.
PUBLICITY NEED EXPRESSED BY POPE safeguards is to refuseto -
within yourself and These vexing developmentsmay
make promises, or to get
in the family, and you are be just to test
Vatican City-- The need for full and accurate entangled in compromising your. ::; .
press coverage of the coming ecumenical councilwas situations, when you rea- well aware that your healthis determination. If you review -

stressed by pope John XXI11- in a talk to bound to suffer as a your past experiences.The Ol
lize that
your emotions are Sl
100 newsmen from more than 30 countries. conse uence. You can extract events that happen in fP
Commenting on church news generally, the 'Pope gaining the upper hand.
courage from the devotion the world could give you nOw itS
noted that coverage calls for special skills 7-30-99-25-739
of loved ones (1st). cause for concern, but
and expressed appreciation for the-way foreign GEMINI
journalists have been reporting Vatican events.He ,Born Mav tl thru I 9-80-77-58-987' the chances that they will
20 Pepsi
told root. 24 members of, the Foreign Press All the threats of domestic UD. I LIEn.\ be dealt with satisfactorily ,, .fl.

Association of Italy, at an audience marking fits .Boric Sept. 23 ttru Oct.. 22, before the H Pr'M 11yw,I 11 ,
50th anniversary, that their main goal disturbances could be You will have to take holidays, are more than for those
should be tt report the truth in the interestsof averted if you make up your
special care not promising.
to
human brotherhood. mind that you will not be a come who think young

The Second Vatican Council, he added, will be part to any disputes, with- down with a cold, or to 8-20-77-83-827 i..t I

so important that the whole world must be accu- in the family as well get yourself worked up into AQUARIUS
as
rately informed about it. A special press officeis elsewhere. negative frame of mind. Do porn Jan 21 thru Feb. 19'

being formed for the council 'to furnish all You may talk not allow yourself to get You start out the month

accredited journalists with precise informationon about marriage, or inten- ,entangled, in secret torywtic with enough problems to ,
the prerarations for this great event and on tions aoong these lines;
attachments as they could keep you worried as to
it developments.' but it would not be good
become the butt of malicious where will land. Instead -
you
pope John said that 'we are fully aware of the for the actual event itself
valuable services which the can render in gossip. Rely on of getting frantic
press (3rd). You should do ever.ything I
presenting the conncil in its true light and someone who is a next of take each one in turn and : ;
possible to minimize
and making it understood and appreciated as far kin. or the love of your get it out of the way before 1'a
the
tensions
that can be :
as possible by the public. heart, to establish the you take up the next :
the built up in your intimate
(Earlier in October, Pope placed Msgr. stabilizing influencesthat one. Your more generous :
t Fausto Vallainc, 45-year-old'Itall n priest- surroundings, for the sake the
will protect impulses may ger
journalist in charge of organizing the special of your own and everybody you i
press office for the council. The office will else's nerves. from yourself (1st and better of your good judgr ,

function under the jurisdiction of the council 3rd). It would help immensely ment ( st. 2nd 5th thru

' s, central commission.) to keep you away 7th). '
4-50-22-24-452
CANCER from temptation, 'if you 4-30-44-45-434

Born Jugs 21 thru July 22 pay heed to the superior PISCES ..
wisdom of elders who share .
Tan topicshz Do not allow yourself 'to home. Born Feb. 19 ijhxu March 20
your
S .
associates .
become obsessed with ideas Handle and ..
S 3105578315.Born : rivals alike with kid i
that may be unfounded, or
dangerous to ;CORPIO gloves, and shun any show
apply. Pefuseto
Oct. 24 shirr Kov.22 of belligerency that ,
try out new owrk methods
c that have not been fully Someone may .be trying to would bring them to the
use your friendship as a of
point open defiance.
tested, use your tools and
lever to pry money' or You should find
equipment with the respectand a more
that financial backing away suitable climate for important -
care they deserve,
and obey all traffic regu- fron you. You risk losing decisions during 1400 HRHC 1400

lations. on both scores if you can the last two quarters,

.; not find the' courage to making it necessary for -P2ATURES:

5603338563LEO refuse, unless you feel you to operate from be- ; KEN KNIGHT .
rich enough to take the hind the scenes in the "
Bore July 23 thru Aug. 22' -PRESENTING
losses that may ensue. meantime. An old friend -

This should not be used as Should you be in commerce, who knows all the ropes a.KNIGHT 9 P.1C.- 11.1 TRAIN NIGHTLY' .

an excuse for doing thingsto do not buy more merchan- could offer you priceless SWEET CHARIOT

excess, unless you have dise than you Can sell, advice, and you should 930 to 10:50 MONDAY ttoa FRIDAY" '

"A 6000 NEIGHBOR WOULD MAKE HIS NOISE .more money than.you know and keep your overheadsat accept it without er.uivo- BLUES IN THE KNIGHT,
what to do with. ,Buy things 'a reasonable level. 1030.J2 MONDAY-timi:SATURDAY .
cation .
(1st)
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Sorority Pr.s nfs Gifts To Pafiettftus Slurk'ililiverins. EWC Gives

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'tr.n" BIRTHS AT BREWSTEB Auditorium, Edward
-. LOUISE G. GUINYARD (
-"..,/ S -. # Waters College, was again

The Jacksonville Urban League Guild's 1961 Variety. "';' Mr.' and Mrs. Thomas Kins- the scene of brotherhood and

Show ,turned out to be one of the most spectacular productions wy ler, 3602 Ardisia Road, concern for the underprivi-

ever to be presented in Jacksonville. Girl. ledged last Wednesday, when

Tantabulous Frolic" as the show was entitled, was Mr. and .Mrs. Herman campus organizations, individual -

"..presented in the Duval County Armory on Thanksgiving Robinson 1921 W. 12thSt. students and sbme

Eve.,to a warm audience, and with active participants ., Boy. faculty and staff members

representing individuals from. various. occupations and, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Dor- filled the stage and sur-

professions. sey, 4337 Jerome Ave. Boy. rounding areas with baskets.

The 'show opened with "Fabulous Ladies on Parade" a Mr. and Mrs. Junior

" skit featuring local maids and matrons promenading in Williams. 1749 Phoenix Ave, HftPTON'RJJfOUSE{ !

varicolored spotli displaying striking costumes of -9 r Girl. n
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brilliant, colors. with matching headpieces that were .f" Mr. and Mrs. Charlie """ 'rllusSix141.1E.1IIR "
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"out of this world." Mrs. Azzie. L. Anderson, Mrs. THANKSGIVING GESTURE; Members of Eta Mu 'Chapter of Alpha Phi Pi Omega Sorority Cisero, 1529 Mt. HermanSt. fI" i lit:v>t ru

Vanorian Schell, nrs. Elizabeth Redding Mrs. Vivian brought holiday cheer to the patients of the Evelyn Belt Old Folks Home when they ., Girl. .NIGHT.aut:Dancing and

Copeland, Mrs. Margaret Sutton, Mrs. Janet Johnson, Mrs. made a presentation of a wide variety of useful gifts. Sponsors shown from left are; Mr. and Mrs. Japhus Baker Pool Enrletnm and P.$*.. Swimming AX t.*m.

Edith H. Davis, Mrs. Ann MCIntosh, Mrs. Pearl Miller, Mrs. Sophia starks Mrs. Salome Summers, Mrs. Lamar J. Smith, Mrs. C. Martin. Mrs. 1830 Wright Ave. Boy. with Strap Privet.ndl.Tile....Kath......Co"Can

Miss Rossie French Mrs. Alice Mack Mrs.. Marguerite Myra Camper and_ Mrs. Annie K. Braker. Mr. and Mrs. J. Delgado. ".$;_Hal I.FREE PARKING
'MIAMI.
Kelly Mrs. Hattie D. Stewart, Mrs. Mary W. Simpson (Florida Star Photo) 2120 College Circle, N.W.rtfc fix42M AVI.100a .

Mrs Daisy Baker Miss Marvyne Betsch and Mrs. Essie, Baw BV WAMM Girl. __ lll.ll c..1ieM4 C.r*_
Wedding Bells rite for CaIN tr. 1 vM..<.....
D. McCray were among models. Jaxon Rated Promising ModelCHARMING Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie

Miss Marvyne Betsch, talented soloist was, superb as APFUGAHON8 FOB Thomas, 1241 W. DuvalSt.
1 4
she sang a medley of selections from Torgy and Bess." r5i': MARRIAGE: LICENSES Boy. TO:

And, of course, we could not leave the scene without 1 r 1 Jos. Pender, 131 Ernest St. 19 Mr. and Mrs. Irving Til- HAMPTON "HOUSE
38 mentioning. the dazzling performance of the Guild's and Alma J. Jones 1615 Harper ton Box 1074, Boy r I DBF I.' 2
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chorus line led by Mrs. Janet Johnson, and the delightful ItIIJ St.., 17.Jesse. Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas 4200 N. W. 27th AVE.
B. Williams, 1490 W. 22nd
and diverting entertainment, ,provided_by *other St. 17 and Gloria J. Suggs 1522 5620 Eartha Dr. Girl. MIAMI FLORIDABE

'participants included on the list of' performers were W. 23rd St. 15. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Deary,
Mrs. Mercedes Chandler, dance Soloist; Earl W. Johnson; Ervin Foster, 503 W. Beaver SURE TO SEE
1233 W. 14th St. Boy.
St.. 22 and Barbara J. Jennings, SWINGING
C Dr. W. W. Schell Jr.; and Don DeWitt; narrators; Mrs. 1156 W. 27th St. 23. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Turner 1961 AFFAIRSOF

Louella McBride; Junius Bowman urs Janet Johnson Mrs Willie J. Jackson, 727 W. Mon- 711 Court H. Twin girls.

Hattie stewart Edmund Thompson Dr. J. R. Henderson roe St. 38 and Eartha L. Hatcher ... i
764 W. Church St. 46. .ALSO
Miss Gwendolyn Collins and Harold Holmes participantsin
Eddie Pittman, 813 W. MonroeSt. THE FAMFD
"Slaughter on Tenth Avenue" Miss Charlesetta 19 and Versia L. Wright 7185
Mathew Sl, 16. MYRTLE JONES TRIO
Spi'cer, Earl Johnson Mrs. Hattie D. Stewart J. R. .3
w. Samuel J. Curinton, 276 Oceola .
Henderson Mrs. Janet Johnson Edmund Thompson and ? : St, 34 and Mary Chapman. 276
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Junius Bowman who performed a dance medley "From the It *y ai Oceola St, 25.
Leslie A. Bradwell, 343 E. -
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Roaring Twenties to 1961" E'N' 'or'XAut; !. .
': r M Ashley St, 20 and Bettye J. West, -U..COMFoJi..r. ,'
I can say without reservation that guests at the { y Jtb 835 E. Union St, 19. .
'i i Nelville G. Tulloch, 5 Wood-
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variety show-dance witnessed one of the most colorful ford St, Kingston, Jamacia, 21 r---
performances of all time and anyone missing the show i r j' tto,. :iU: rr and Anita T. Young 1035 West
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Monroe St, 18.
be counted the unfortunate.Guild ,. 1i
can among : Daniel W. Bell, 811 Kings Rd.,
officers consist of Mrs. Essie McCray. president; r' *: t 3 .t 30 and Emily Mims, 811 KingsRd.

5 Miss Alethia B. Frazier, vice president; Mrs. Bertie r.
Arter. secretary; Mrs. Claudia Burris financial a' 7. ,> 27 and Margaret O. Hicks, 1345
secretary; Miss Mozelle Bruton treasurer; Mrs. Evelyn [a Ohl.t Steele St, 21.
.' ... Henry J. Perry, 1426 Kings for those If
Freeman chaplain; Mrs. Janet Johnson, chairm of Road, 28 and Betty J. Ingram
public relations committee; Mrs. Helen Wright, chairmanof 1400 W. 26th St, 18. whothink .

Theo. D. Martin, Jr., 1802 W.
project committee. Mrs. Margaret Sutton was in
25th St.,. 20 and Gladys P. Mills, young 1
charge of souvenir programs for the show. Juanita Prince one of Jacksonville's popular .1756 W. 25th St, 19.

Junius Bowman Executive Secretary of Jacksonville models and hairstylist now residing in Brooklyn. New James T. Leonard, Gen. Del.. 0

Urban League, praised the Guild for its outstanding York, has starred in many recent fashion shows in the Johnson Dinsmore,Dinsmore Fla., 40 Fla.and, 40.Mariah

efforts in sponsoring the affair. ., New York and New Jersey area, through the Everee Clarke Lee C. Blakeley 1688 Hiram
t \ School of "Modeling and Dance located in Newark. New St, 20 and Josephine L. Brad-
5 "I t. .I Jersey. ham. 1159 W. 21st SU 20.
JACKSONVILLE;. FLORIDA
Miss Prince is shown modeling African evening attireat GRAY HAIRS need
Why Mothers Use worry you no more
Seeing the twist performed in perfect rhythm by the an African and American fa s h ion show held at '

IG JUL Guild last Wednesday evening reminded me to tell Stern's Department Store. New York City. She was a .SPEfclAL LAXATIVE will,JoSS*''' EAU DENNA

111 my readers that fashion designers have gotten on the hostess at a reception honoring the mayor of Newark HAIR COLORER
FOR BABYYou WOI.....'ray Ufe U 10 to'30.t.....w.... ,
bandwagon and are now creating twist dresses" out- and Participated at the Ebony Fashion Fair. Miss ,..Id ... taw If ..*r w.. M*tr. his

standing features of the creations are the free- Prince is the daughter of Mrs. Nellie Prince 1232 t' don't want to take ..rid..b 4.0....it.pplkatiM N. p.
floating spaghetti panels and adornments of beaded Fairfax Street Jacksonville.Miss chances with strong laxa- You ANYONE SAYE TIME CAN AND PUT MONCYI IT ON N.AT ww NOME wipcct ...
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fringe. Although the creations are original I seem to Clarke owner of the school of modeling and danceis tives. That's why for over -- l.y t_.._Ls 4to4 1Ie!._fI.eL_.tr..........
-t-et .nifwi* c.ler if pprly mfftifi.Will .
detect a faint resemblance to the fringed dresses in a former Jacksonville girl and was graduated from 60 years mothers have relied NOT TURN MAR REDDISH x
1t win ..!rvh .0. It aay..rl .."aroa ...,.. $ '
vogue during the 'Twenties when the Charleston was the Stanton High. School. on vegetable pure "
1 I.. *=:atr.iO'.a..7-= = t*'.
popular dance craze. BABY EASE" Made especiallymild It.*. Y.. to* MV *rmf. 1
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I itACXwoNOEkna
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I.Bridge Club Held MeetingThe I and gentle for infants All od.r. M y p...
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sensitive stomachs. You can ........tl..Knt.........rok...d.c.TOUCHING.M..d...WT. .......dyes-wiaw
I regular bi monthly. first honors Mrs. Dorothy ......... h.__....Me... ..W.... _..iw D.-ad.aMapw
rely on this pleasant tast-
KtMAMO/r
session followed by rounds Oliver DOES NOT INTtftniE, WITH WAVING. ......
unner and .
roi_ In a recent'meeting of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternityheld up ing comfort when your child .Id....dy.dI.r. ....a.....ch.,ws DortI i.t.gIh....,'"..r.-w.... ..CAJIIIONz-u..... I3pM ...w., DroIt
I of bridge and the servingof consolation prize went to ...... AMwa. ".. .. ... S2.M c.a-P.d.n1 tJc.t/ .... .. ...wt.t.
at the Lincoln Golf and Country Club. H. James needs a laxative. Ask your ... .. I4r r.....1a. 1'... 11r.T ... tI ... ......, ........
refreshment during the Mrs. Jean Spaulding. Mrs.
Greene was elected president of the organization.Other druggist for "BABY EASE."
DIXIE PHARMACY
social
interlude
highlighted Juanita Williams receivedthe
officers of Upsilon Lambda Chapter elected along l
BE 2 Bomd and
Myrtle
recent activities of the welfare prize. Mrs. Ann Kings
with Dr. Greene included I. H. Burney. 11. vice presi-
Classie Lassie Bridge Club Monroe was guest during the ._ -
St. Richardson, financial secretary;
dent A. George
; in the home of
83 Mrs. Carolyn occassion.The .
Harold Jackson, corresponding secretary; wendell-" White Washington.Mrs. next regular meeting Notice
treasurer Jacob Maxwell editor-to-Sphinx;
Holmes
; Sarah Wright will be
won held Friday Dec. 1
Atty. Otis Girardeau, parliamentarian; and Richard McBride Special AnnouncementWhen

sergeant-at-arms. I Add Charm To Program

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Brown, Jr. was the scene of the most recent meeting of

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Mrs. Delphinia B. Greene and Miss Charlesetta Spicer u tiIIIiIi'

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20 the 'lovely guest prize. New Deal And Lincoln Cabs
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Mrs. Alma Daniels, Mrs. Betty Session MUrs. Arnetta With The Checker Border

Walker and Mrs..{ Norma R. White were among other

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I. i-I Celebrates Two 4nn1v.rS a r.i.! __ .1 College Choirs :Sepia ladies Programmed Annual Event II


++ 1a rr ; New aeemh.York The, Slat student _

choirs of Bennett and Bis- -
.t hop Colleges, nil lard and 4
_
: Shaw Universities and Ha&p.-
ton Institute will be heard ib.-VVI,11:4WV
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11 t 9 during December on the ABC : $ r$ !

Radio Newtwork series 'Negro :
s College Choirs.' __ :iW 1 "Y y't 4 _
J The. weekly programs fea-
_,
choral from the
r ( groups rt
I- member institutions of the
United Negro College Fund.
: The series 'is carried by V r VVir
T
ABC affiliated stations ______ 1 S _
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throughout the country on
I Is
Varying days and at different i

.s times. Check local : _&
_
newspaper listings for air- r ?
; time in specific areas. f 44 t

T The all-girl choir of Ben- .. I 7- ..
nett College, Greensboro, A LARGE ATTENDANCE of members and guests attended the Sepia Ladies annual MusicaleTea

: N.C., will open the month's Sunday afternoon in the A. L. Lewis Branch YWCA. An interesting and Varied

[ fr4T"r broadcasts 3. the week of Dec. program featured the events and refreshments were served. Some of the principalsshown

from left are: Mrs. Lela Brown, reporter; Mr'Q paulk honorary mem-
Bishop College, recently
moved from Marshall to Dal- ber; Mrs. Frances Metchess assistant recording secretary; Mrs. Gertrude Brown,

las, Tex. will be heard business manager; Mrs. Elizabeth Pearce treasurer; Mrs. Gloria Glenn, financial
the week of Dec. 10. secretary; Mrs. Orlean Peacock, president and Mrs. Vera Anderson, recording

The Oil lard University secretary. (Florida Star Photo)
choir, New Orleans, will be

,. featured during the week of
.. fi:'
-. ;. of'Dec. 17.Christmas.' Windsor Singers
week, Dec. 24,
..:... ..' the Hampton Institute choir, Score At FNIST.
)/
,"- Hampton, Va., will presenta
., '?\ AUGUSTINE---The nationally -
,, : t.. mtw program of special holiday -
r : music. famous Windsor R ,
I A
: IllhL11il1 : : The choir of Shaw Univer- Singers appeared in con- N
'
tr I ?; sity Releigh, N, C. will cert, at Florida Normal and
close the month's-program- Industrial Memorial College :

b' I ing, during the week of today under the auspicesof
___ Dec. 31.'Negro. Y:Y.
cultural
( College Choirs' is the college's ; x FA tioY
f r heard in the New York City program Committee.The a a g e_

area Sunday mornings, 7:30 Windsor singers include -

to 7:55 a.m. over WABC.Brooks.. Lillian Messina,
lit
Soprano; Sophia Steffan
Father Mezzo-Soprano and Richard >r r:

Goodlake, Baritone. Richard
r Gets Citation Foster accompanied the

singers at- the piano.
Tallahassee--Father David 1&i1
Brooks was cited as 'The The program included the

Citizen of the Year by following: "The Farmer

SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH'S lllth anniversary observance and the 3rd of its pastor Dr. Chi Omega Chapter of the Daughters ( EnglishFolk

J. C. Sams, were brought to a successful climax last Monday night when its announced Omega psi Phi Fraternity, Song), arranged by G.

that over $12,000 had been raised. The annual observance was highlighted with outstanding Inc., here at Florida A & M Williams, featuring Lillian "--:.;,- ...

I clergymen and church groups featuring the nightly program. Top photo from University recently.The Messina, Sophia Steffan, SOLFMN, COLORFUL PAGEANTRY of the Church's consecration

'left are: Rev. J. W. Jenkins of Fort Myers Dr. Sams' brother-in-law and lifelong militant leader was and Richard Goodlake: Von ritual for bishops had the 'national" cathedral in

associate; Dr. Sams, and Rev. C. A. Waver, pastor of Dayspring Baptist Church. presented a plaque for his Ewiger' Liebe, Brahms; (Washington, D.C. as setting for a rare dual ceremony

Bottom photos shows the combined choirs of Dayspring Springhill, Friendly, New Mt. 'outstanding leadership in Das Madchen Spricht' held October 19. Pictured in their episcopal robes

Olive Baptist Churches. human relations duringthe Brahms; "Wie Froh und after the service are the two newestmissionary

I joint National Achieve- Frisch, Brahms, featuring bishops: the Rt. Rev. Romualdo Gonzalez-Agueros, Bishopof

( Royal Art Studio Photos) ment Week Program of Chi Miss Steffan; "La Ci Cuba left, and the Rt. Rev. Dillard Houston Brown,

Omega and upsilon psi Chap Darem, from Don Giovanni Jr. Bishop Coadjutor of Liberia. The residing Bishop,

2nd Bethel I Bishop Mason's Final Rites ters. Hansel Tookes made Mozart, featuringMiss the Rt. Rev. Arthur Lichtenberger, officiated in the

the presentation.In Messina and Mr. Good- Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul.

Plans Pastor's Were HeldNov.28 In Memphis keeping with the achi lake; "Clair de Lune, I
evement week, :New Dimen- Faure. "Notre Amour See Oor A 3rd AnniversaryThe Inside Back Cover of TblS INO |
Memphis Tenn.,;;-FtfnerSl services, for Bishop 'C. H/. .Mason, sions for Democracy,' Gar- Faure, Hotel, Poulenc Telephone Directory IU

third anniversary of founder of the international Church of God in Christ, land V. Stewart said: 'There "Voyage a Paris, Pou- MONEY REMAHUFACTUREDTRANSMISSIONS

the Rev. J. C. Williams as were held Tuesday beginning at 10 a.m. in Mason Temple are numerous dimensionswhich lenc, featuring Mr. Good- DOWN!

pastor .of Second Bethel :9.58: S. Mason Street here. I. need to be discoveredfor lake; and "Marriage of t 10,000
Baptist Church, 5th Wand Death came to the 98year affiliations in all 50 Negroes.' The surfacehas Figaro, Mozart, featuringthe MILE

Blu _St ets will beginDec. old prelate in Detroit. states,, and 12 foreign not yet been scratched. trio. GUARANTEE
4 at 8 p.m. last week during the '
Mich. countrie Official sources Upsilon Psi awarded two" The concert was well attended -
The services will termi- eve of the 45th Holy Con- lists the membership of the 'merit of achievement' and received a great I UP TO 24 AND

nate Dec. 10 with various vocation, the international_ church at several millions.The certificates for high aca- ovation from the audience MONTHSTO

ministers and their congregations around-the cloe -15 day and funeral eulogy was delivered demic attainment to Alex which included members of I PAY
in charge. All night meeting held each '..DAYSERVftE
by Bishop 0. T. and. Allen
Payne, Miami, the college community and FOR ANY MAKE
ministers are asked to year in the church It is Daytona Beach.
Jones of Philadelphia. Hankinson
music lovers from nearby I CAR OR TRUCKIN
please bring choirs and reported he had been ill Bishop L. H. Ford of Chicago Brunzy Hardwick of Lady areas. STOCK

ushers. for some time. public relations Lake made the' awards. FREE :I
Mrs. Willie Mae Brown is For the past half century director, pointed out that Father Brooks Vicar, St. Interest Shown TOWING

chairman of the program Bishop Mason had been chief the operation and adminis- Michael and All Angels

committee. The church apostle and spiritual leaderof tration of the gigantic Episcopal Church, was one In Diamond e'TallahasseeThe '.

officers are inviting every- the Church of God in : church organization will of three ministers filing Florida A&
one to joint them in the Christ which he had founded Federal Court to 4-4444
continue as Bishop Mason suit in M University Diamond Anniversary -
observance of the.anniver-. in a Lexington* Miss V cotton- -- directed several years ago. open the Tallahassee ,an! Celebration Committeeon
'gin 1n-1887. .
sary. pal Airport restaurant to Scholarship has circulated ,
Today, the church has FLORIDA STA& all races several memorandums to var- SOUTHERN
ious university personnel in ALL I

special Now' .. 1Sizes 20-l4-* an effort to evoke interestin '
establishment of EXCHANGE"LOOK
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speed and dA1 campus. A [LLE. FLORIDA
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[There are many fancy names for this condition, but that's the description of the

symptoms given by many sho know what it means to endure aching, pain-filled days
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followed by sleepless nights.

SlING THIS COUPON IN r Usually, the cause of the trouble is improper nerve supply

x -fix-__ to the organ, or organs, contributing to the secondary cause

and Receiver 4 of the condition. When the vertebral misalignment responsiblefor

the primary cause, nerve pressure, is corrected ,Jhe, -
S V Roller SkatesNo. f= condition usually disappears. '

V V See your Chiripractor if this is your trouble, or if you have '

-- k's' .', I any distressing symptoms of this kind. i
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#...., j: : [terest to explain and illustrate the practice of Chiropractic Dr Sanford Cohen
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'the Ma Psi Chapter of the Oaega Psi phi; ,Fraternity.cVrtieiailBf Clinic '

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I Choose A Cap o f.Distinct o (I Appearing in Prmtihtation Sunday I CoParker ALLIED. DETFCTIVF. AGENCY

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The cap of the Cook County ,the anschool d ehWh d emblem of Ii r : leading (
School : since the founding of S 'HonorerlTallahasseeLt. Agency
Nursing is just a wisp ever 1$
of organdy. But students know the first school ,of nursing in now has a full staff of
that earning the privilege of 'Paris by the Sister of Charity trained colored detectivesto
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wearing.it is not a_mere_ ollow- of St. Vincent de Paul
liner ttt'A will o'the i- t This cap is especially meaningful .-. Col. Albert handle domestic investigations -
Like the "old school tie", thenurse's to its wearers. J. Parker. Professorof child custody,
cap has been the distinc-
at Fla.
science
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body guards missing persons -
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AtM University, recently received -
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jc notification from Strictly Confi
CareerTraining Institute Major General Ben If arrall,
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; I commandant of the United dential.
j I States Army in fan try:Schools Phone EX 83111 or PO 59844
; Are You Qualified for. -I % -Pt_ Benning GeL of his
4 I nomination and selection to
: the Infantry School dis- ..Sunday '
%:. A Better Job? > I W ii wP tinguished 'Honor Roll and STRAND- Thru Sat

Hall bf Frame for Officer
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Good Steady ,Earnings These lovely young ladies will be featured as models in the Winter-Spring Fashion
( Show and Jazz Concert being presented by Jerry Thompson Jr. on December 3rd a

J '. 3:30 o'clock p.m. at the IXival County Armory. The latest in winter and spring fashions -
;
;. learn In A Few Short l Weeks .. plus Jacksonville's 10 best dressed men will be seen. Reading from left to right: Rose And 2nd Big HitROOSEVELT
Foster, Anna Westmore Betty J. Johnson Catherine Pittman Yvonne Crawford Annie -.
a ,
.; '. Lois Floyd and Sandra Oliver. Seated are Jackie Harris (left) and Marilyn Burns. I I REV. D. B. BAPNES rciiu

I -. -p Heads Services. -
Call EL 3-3818 : r H3Il1A
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Woodl wn fWAIf.fl.lI$IIUA S.
Annual fall revival ser-

To Discuss Your FUTURE o .' ADVERTISERS" 'presbyterianChurch vices offering every man', f
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_, ... J. .. _. woman. and child another ..
Note chance to accept Christ, Sunday
Thru Tues.
will be held at l
SweetfieldBaptist
I .' '. ; ,,:., Sr. .2.. FIRST. RUN HIISIAm !
: By L. N. Pearson Church for four -
,..
; ') 'A ;'p &
\ nights beginning Monday. I :
.> school begins at Dec. 4 a&xwxsiRommels
; Church through Thursday.
I ." : I,1 I1 '. the new site at 3066 Wood- Dec. 7, Rev. D. B. Barnes .:

.-.-.' lawn Road Sunday at 9 a.m. pastor, announced.The a
1 k'A ISi
under the direction of nightly services will 'I 1'Ire.refi
Pev. Franklin D. Wilson be conducted under the
_ and
pastor assisted by Mrs. L. theme: 'We must need to

,, > -'). 4 y '. Wilson. School at the old go through Samaria. r RICARDO MONTALBANDesert
) : *"eotot
t church location State and The choirs of Sweetfieldwill : 1
Laura sts. start at 9: 30. sing at all Eastside warriorsE

tJ a.m. with T. V. Huger in churches which is seeking
Sp1da1 charge. cooperation to eradicatesin I I L W'.Z. ,t Y.'D Z

- Rev. Wilson .will preach in our part of the city. Sun Nlte
service Y-'IEW. .Thru .
during the 11 a.m. Rev. Barnes stated. All Thea.CA3tMT

.- ::-.- supported by the combined churches are asked to LUllImPIcThIft
r ? SHOP- FOR yoURCHrnSTMAS GIFTS NOW-WHILES Senior and Westminster participate in the services.Mrs. .

choirs with Charles E. Jessie Mae Polk will
((1 STOCKS ASAVING5ARE AT THEIR PEAK!, I Ic Simmons Jr. at the organ. be guest soloist during the :

: '. ', -', -. -' Midweek prayer services nightly services.
: will be held Wednesday at .

I jI 7:30 p.m. followed by the ,- ..
study of the Ufe of Jesus

EXTRA SPECIAL i EXTRA .1 j with Rev. Wilson in charge.:
I All members are asked to ,. ''j I
';, f't ::::': ?iH attend and to bring a.
I.
t &( I friend. i and Adams Phone EL 4-1468
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Following Sunday morning's
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i d services the congregationwill SHEEPHEAD 35c
i I ,7 I 6 Christmas! convene for the annual Lb.
-I--------- : t-i LARCE VIRCINIA
- tJ Curling RibbonsThey're 5 1 election of officers for
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--<- !t "* .the ensuing year. RED FIN CROAKERS Lb. 45e
f;, 'r'- jf fest.lvel! They're a fabulous buy atthis J j '
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_ : -I- ___.A $ low price! 350 ft. of Rayon curling rib Rev. Wilson has organizeda FULLY DRESSED ., .
:' bonove'sobdiand 1M' staff to out month- Itftal with lima baaiti. ce iti
:: put a CATFISH I !
: '- ;::::: ::i lIu.h ... kid tea u. 49c
::: 360 inchesBoxed .upp.
t tinselled edge colors. 53 C : ly paper for the church. The GENUINE '
Adds so much to the LOBSTERS 59e
3-Roll I gift..so, little to the i paper is now in circulationand FLORIDA "THE M.COY"SPECKLED u.

_ price Reg. 671 will cost twentyfivecents TROUT ALSO u.49c
a copy. The paper
I Christmas Paper .
known as the Woodlawn CENUINI Flip Flop _
- United Press is for the STEAK C FLOUNDERS u. 39'

M Show .someone how much you care by '1lli1 I\ interest of the church and 59
.. n wrapping your gifts in this joy-ful, cheerful t .. I1 its membership. We are FISH u. RED CHANNEL
value-ful paper. Wide, wonder-ful 3 9 Y :K "' ''.Mf asking each member to S
} assortment of gay prints and stripes. Each I.l...' 'r 1 )'\ ? @""':"; Oceanview SPOTSu,35e BASS u. 39
_ 'l(( 'one of the 3.individually designed rolls is k \ *. i support this paper by 3-5 Lb. A,..
ST. AUGUSTINE
b monthly.
purchasing a copy
mabeautyclassofitsown '
.'. @ $'4h ,
'We need with will BREADED SHRIMP lED SNAPPER 53c:
ri people u.
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t : .j not won t power. $245 par wack with fvrhay hi 'Ut.4
A 2'/ Lb. Pit,. ,k,. Swaaflttaka
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\:- I1 Rayon and Silk Blend Scarfs -

-'pa (' -L' I Imported 30%" x 30%" ,

"".' ,.-... ) I Hand Rolled Squares #
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r : 1 t s.--: : Large in size large in loveliness .:'r
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large-ly appreciated as gifts. Enchanting
: prints on ombre backgrounds. JI'
i it: : i .. They Warm and 38'Cute I;::::
charm as head and coat j1:j'

.. f scarfs.
\ : '. $ < :' It'It'i SUPERMARKE


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CunningPractical :? Cabin Com Meal Jim
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___1 LK'.:,:"x lt,, pajama Bags \\E Foam Back Place Mats r ia '' 5 LB. OCC
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\.\t.:'; Paiomas have ... S \ for ?
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bags G. a k I
r :$ lama bo gs have I. .
) I these cute paLOIflld.: Christmos A ro'o. rock-bottom price for easy-dean, .c. -
pace adopt % non-skid foam back place matsl Made of : HERSHEY
n7TeeI'00' 98 ,
iil: last. : Reg. $2 heavy vinyl plastic. Heat insulated hot 1"1 ', p : SUGAR
r: them as prec ious pets -i plates won't leave marks on your table. .; "
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that add zest to

t.1f'fi..,..*. _J .v,7ymeatWonderfuiideafor9iftmfl! ",' :* ". cJ. ,- ., HENSG .15 Ibs. $1.00


& Julia Florida ri .
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u. S. Govt.Graded MAXWELL 02 J iira
convience
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(North western Sef* R Don't
jr __ Play

AL A R r iP-TA Follies e. L "Slip n' Slide" NOW'S THE TIME TO ORDER

For DM. 4th
pI w r a M.YK I PQcahotttas-B riquets

Arrangements have I been A new, non-skid, rubberized Anthracite--Cokt
liquid applied to the back of any vas emwvra OIUVUY
Y +a rT) ..jlYY completed ,for the presentation rug- 'make it aUp-l>>roof. Pro LL SEASONS ICE & FUEL
of the duced by Testworth Laboratories
4 NorthwesternBand Addison, Illinois, the fast S E3 NORW00D AVE. PHONE PO 4 11

ParentsTeachersFollies drying coating appropriately- .
of 1961 in the called .Saf-T-Bak.

school's gymnatorium, Monday .

1R ,. December 4, at 8:00 -

,eI ;4.Y Y!; p.n* with Band i Parents, 'SiS L"".. "::

members of Northwestern *s ; ; '
0Ma!5 }fir faculty' and guest teachers

: ki ; from other schools par'ticipat'tng. BUSINESSDIRECTORJACK9 ',

I t -Y 4 :': tMnx-FL5RITA -- -- .

I Plans for this gala affair The Firms Listed Below> and Throughout This Publication Are Recommend*
were cemented last I
( ,
rhrof .- YD.1itiT: evening after a confab between As Reputable Establishments Specializing In Services. And Product:

the faculty and "Band 55-- .. !'-",. -
of rm-I
,, parents with the Principal HOTELS MOTELS ROO ISt ]
'
n > ;* in agreement with the idea. CLEANERS. *. LAUNDERETTES_, t '
Follies chairman, EvelynL. /

hfct ,,, itiL: Hughes Language Arts GOOOSON CLEANERS : FIESTA MOTEL
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hAM HONOR SOCIETY--Nine Florida A. rand M. University students were inducted into Department announces that We Cater To Discriminating Clientele
'this is ,a benefit fund- Pick Up and Delivery 2 Locations
the- Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Society through Kappa Iota Chapter of FAMU. They REASONABLE RATES-DAY, WEEK or MON

'were (seatedL Miss janie Smith (left), Fort Lauderdale; Miss Vernell Johnson, raising event to complete 4956 CLEVELAND RD. .........................PO 4.9214 t All Rooms Air-Conditioned with T-V

9hr Ocala; Mrs., Betty Dawson, West Palm Beach; Miss Carol J, Henderson. Tampa; Miss purchase the school.of band uniformsfor 1056. POWHATTAN ST. ......................EL. 4.0047:: No Extra Cost
She stated
I''o Mercy E Moore. Century. (Standing) John Mathis Pensacola; Allen L. Hankinson, ,,'
that each homeroom and its PRIVATE BATH WITH TUBS & SHOWERS
Daytona Beach; Nathaniel Williams, Orlando; and, Willie Wimberley, Pompano Beach. i
teacher is obligated each I,1254 Kings Rd. on U.S. 1 EL 5-0
ihS
'
,auxiliary of the institu- FUEL OILS i '

.it 1 II1.j ;; ,c. i ; Deltas HonorS I tion is obligated and -BYRD' & SONS* I: BORY'S MOTEL' & RESTAURAI
.i 4 7 y P \ : : every parent and community :
.* ; :
Lit / : 2 More MembersNEW friend of Northwestern is FUEL OIL & BOTTLE GAS SERVICEWE -' Serving Fine Foods-(Bring Your Bottle)

e 'c,' YORK, -- Announcementthat expected to rally to the SELLdean!i and Repair ALL MAKES OF This Weeks Special/ 1/2 Fried Chicken 7L

,.. Phi Delta Kappa sororityhas call." We believe that with, OIL and-GAS ;HEATERS : OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY
purchased NAACP iJife I the assistance of volunteer
a membership cochairman.Mrs. workers and participantsand ,6334 Restlawn Dr. PO 4-9516-7 7904 Kings. Rd. PO 5-9503:
f ---- -
r. Hele Maxwell, Supreme "
I Basileus, presented the $500 the sanction and sup- INDEPENDENT ,OIL CO. Blue Chip & Charlie Ed. Hotel!
Life-time NAACP membershipsto port of the administration '
Mrs. Ella Wells Butler this pre Christmas KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY 512 BROAD ST. 635 Va W. ASHl|

and Miss Marguerite Gross. event will terminate with Mechanic On Duty EL 4-9493 EL 4.9105

Other founders of the national great success and will be JAMES FAULKNER, Mechanic --
'II- ; teachers' body already acclaimed as the most out f .-
enrolled as NAACP life IKE JOSEPH, Proprietor
standing event ever spon- JOHNNIE'S ROOMING HOUSE|
members are Mrs. Julia A. !State and Jefferson Sts. EL 6-9432 J
.,:: _. __r..r'. Barnes, Mrs. Florence Steele sored by a layteachergroup ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES
DISCUSSING--the findings 01 UIDDS Junior College'sselfstudy Hunt Mrs., Gladys C. Nunery anywhere in Duval HOMES
FUNERAL
is Dr. S. M. Nabrit. President of Texas, and Mrs.. Gladys M. Ross. County, continued Mrs. I I Rooms by Day, Night or Week

Southern University. Dr. Nabrit was in St. Petersburgas To date, there are 2,483 Hughes. Andrew J. Huff Funeral Home '>27 West Ashley St. EL 5-40
consultant for the Southern Association of Collegesand paid-in-full NAACP senior \ I

Secondary Schools. Gibbs personnel shown included: and junior life members. 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE

from left-Dean J. R. Clarke, Mrs. C. S. Stewart, Alvin Mary L. Breaker, Mgr. i ; BARBER and .BEAUTY SHOPSO'Neal's

Downing. Mrs. Cleo Hall and L. L< Edwards. : 1337 Davis Street EL 4-6896 or EL 4-689: Salon

s JPhoto by Ballard. ) f .11-.t Beauty

\ Carter's Funeral Home Specialist In Hair Setting-

j Styling Cutting Waving Tinting
i' 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE .|
SPORTS CORNER FQR APPOINTMENTS CALL
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ind the Samn/e L.. Davis, L.F.D., Manager
strength e Mrs. mez O'Neal, Operator
,. ___ r 929 West Beaver Street EL 4-0545 or EL 4-0546
I .&.&-- 1602 W. 15th St. EL 6-2941
: BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON I
for life. ., -
-- GROCERIES'
ypur STYLIST BEAUTY SALONHAIR
THE FAMU RATTLERS made all football fans feel, proudof

them when they put a beating on the Southern' JENNINGS MARKET STYLING-SCALP TREATMENT-CUTTirj

WORSHIP TOGETHER THIS WEEK Jaguar Cats that they will remember for a long long 1346 DAVIS EL 4-9
time. When a team like Southern Lincoln and A&T.are Groceries and Meats
Mrs. Christine Brown
1 beaten that places the Rattlers high up on the roost. Fancy Citrus Boxes

-- The only thing that this column just can't go along with
Bonded and Licensed RESTAURANTS FOODSBubba's :
is the complete slaughter of the other Southern Inter- Shippers

collegiate Athletic Conference teams. Its like leading 1767 Kings Rd. EL 54278DrugsSundries

--. Mr a beast to its slaughter. When they come up against the I I Coffee Shop

,. mighty Rattlers they are helpless. Year after the HOME COOKED FOODS

scores are 71-0. 65-6 56-0 and on and on like that. Mrs. Daisy Ford, Prop. i
THOSE TOO WENT TO TALLAHASSEE 1$ to see the
on Nov. Jerico Pharmacy, Inc. OPEN 24 HOURS !
now it& game between the Cats and the Rattlers were well .
4 617 West Ashley Street EL 4-971
We Fill Doctor's PrescriptionFREE
aeu pleased because they knew there had been strong competition Any \
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,., -. .r._
through the years between the two schools. Pick Up and Delivery Service 'r !
Pepsiftrttosa Bertha's Bar B-Q & Restaurant t
They knew that at some time during years it had been a On Prescription t

see-saw affair. The idea is they went to see a game and PHARMACIST ON DUTY SOUTHERN HOME COOKING

not a slaughter. They knew whoever won that game it t
STEAKS CHOPS & SEAFOODS 1 J1
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Hours 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.Doily' .
who think young would be a battle. Give folks what they want and you I
/ 824 W. Beaver EL 4-95
West Ddvis Street EL 9268.I
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951 -
will have no cry babies. SWEAT BLOOD and TEARS were ., I
I r I
-- just too much for the team with nothing to offer but IVORY'S BARBECUE i

1 sweat and tears. LILLY'S DRUG STORESA !f

JUST WHAT DOES IT TAKE for Edward Waters Tigers to '. & RESTAURANT j
Complete Line of
WHEN YOU ABE'ILL gain support from the public? A team with a record like GO"ODS .STEAKS, CHOPS, CHICKEN, SEAFOODS 'I

You Sk Th Best Doctor : that of the Tigers is worthy of backing from the public. COSMETICS RUBBER !1702 W.' Ashley EL 49MOM'S ,

When Your Doctor PrMcribM Coach Bell and his assistants have worked very hard to CANDIES SUNDRIES I '
Get Expert eaee Pkarmiriiti bring a winning team to the city and after they do, who KITCHEN'OPEN I

To Fill Your PmcnpHoat cares? It is customary for a winning tgam to get supportwhen Prescriptions Called for and Delivered 24 HOURS 7 DAYS A WEEKA

According To...Your Dodoi'Ord.rs. *: it Is winning. The players on the Edward Waters 1907 Kings Rd. EL 5-8276 COMPLETE DINNER PROM 50* UP
w. T4. Only --
team are the same fellows who played high school foot-
Th Best Quality Drmgt AIDr.. C.' E. BlaekProprietor Mr. Louis Rord Mgr.
; ball and many of then right here in ,Jacksonville.THIS MER VON'S PHARMACY 1285 Kings Rd. EL 4932JJe& 5-4l|
GREAT METROPOLITAN CITY has grown so fast in the
r .,
3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU11111Y'S last few years and it only means that as the city advances Free Pick Up and Delivery ServiceFor Place
John Springleton's
/ those who live here ,must advance also or be left Store Needs
All Your Drug
DRUG STORE far in the rear. The citizens are looking forward to SPECIALIZING IN FRIED CHICKENand

seeing a Triple A baseball club,, we have big time I. D. HARRIS, RPH., Prop. ALL TYPES OF SEA FOODS
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1907, Kings Road' ELgfe 3-828 bowling we have pro football at least once a year, in Open 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 I p.m.7 Days a week. '
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A COMPLETE LINE OF:' 1961. we had professional basketball wrestling and the W. Ave. .2619....- KING. .-AVE., -...-. FL 9-92]
SamcWaa 2735 Edgewood c
CoftmaUcs Rubbr/ Goods Cfedtos
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highest calibre of football furnished by New stanton
:PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AID DELIVERED
Matthew W. Gilbert Douglas Anderson Northwestern and Phones PO 582-PO 5-9267

Duval Vocational high schools and Edward Waters College.THE I ROYAL ART STUDIO

SPORTING WORLD REJOICES in the fact that two of theY STORESDrugs
WILLIE SMITH TCLCPMONC.4IS94Coiaerelsl
II most well known athletes who have been dubbed the "bad .

boys" of the sports world have been given the go-ahead- Cosmetics, Notions, Gifts

sign, and they will, become active again in their parti- Sundries and School Supplies -

cular fields. Sonny Liston is back in the fold* as a .
601 WEST ASHLEY STREET EL 4-1380
fighter and Hank Thompson will report to the Phoenix. portraitTRTJACKlallvILLC
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FLORIDA AVE. EL 6-9762
1230-1232
Arizona training camp of the San Francisco Giants. What
.
S is Thompson going to do? Well, we'll just wait and see. ftA.-

It hoped however that both men has reformed and 'decided IMPERIAL SUNDRIES ....

/ to 'settle down and come back into their own. .
Patent Medicines CosmeticsAll
IT. IS THE... OPINION OF MANY that Coach Jack McClairen of -.
the Bethnne- -oooan Wildcats have done a herculean"job Leading Hair PreparationsCOR. '. MISCELLANEOUSMOTHER

MAKES SKIN BLEACHES in his first year as head coach, of the Wildcats. In fact BROAD & ASHLEY EL 4-2159

he has done better than most people thought he. Bight. --- I E.M.JONESSPIRITUAL

"OLD FASHIONED The first year is always .hard for a coach. He must get KOZY KORNER ,

acquainted with his players and' vice versa His record ADVISOR

e j jd ji has not been the worst among ,new coaches in many SUNDRIES FOUNTAIN SERVICE Service: Every Thursday.$ pjn.
NOTIONS GIFTS
1tOfla LUNCHES
instances. It is ,considered a good Job Keep jotir eyes on PATENT MEDICINES 432-W. UNION ST. '. EL 4.Q2CHERRY'S <

,HcClairen next year.CONGRATULATIONS .
Cor. a* Devil El 4-&531
II tightens dark spots ARE BEING OFFERED for the great Job MaJor BAR
a t ; 26thMorjcrief! po 5.9561
perfect powder s Taft Caamings and staff are doing at the Continental
& Cocktail l *
base Bowling Alley, ,it is a beautiful place, but the thing Lounge

that always cakes a thing more beautiful thur. expensive PATRONIZE Cordial Atmosphere

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[Spr/ng Training Segregation I Morehouse Upsets Howard tetd,2Iebt'* Pay Pizarro Increase, Gets


IJEnos With Hotel Purchase r CHICAGO Smooth working

flNEW YORK -- Two major league baseball clubs threwfelling .4ir 8( lefty Juan Pizzaro who
finally came into his own
punches at Florida's race segregation in spring .
h wa last with the
season
Jtaining camps recently when they purchased hotels to __ The family no longer is sat-
: 1 isfied with ordinary resort facilities Chicago White Sox. is
house all of their players under one roof. ,". resort owners In Wis- said to have received a
[Making the dramatic move consin report. 'They.aren't sat-
ithout fanfare were the. training headquarters and isfied with the husband going substantial pay increase
>moved to Ft. Lauderdale fishing while the women and when he signed his '62
Louis Cardinals which children just sit around. .
rains at St. Petersburg, where they housed Negro N r "People demand more and contract recently.

id the Chicago White Sox players .Alston Howard p'r more outdoor recreation for all While vhe never reached
rho 'conduct ,Hector Lopez and, others '''' 1,..yH members of the family." expectations as a Mil
[ their early r
This seems to be a trend that wauke ''Braves noundsman .
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conditioning sessions at along with their. entire .x. lr.F, A 6{ k is taking over in all parts of
l>Sarasota staff. the country not just in the Pizzaro who didn't start
The Cardinals' recent northern tier of states. Womenare his chores with the Sox
The Cardinals announced :Y t n ..4, & eC'x buying golf clubs helping
through their president move is believed attributed 1 v r.k ir .q Dad to pick out the outboard until June 10.
star 7 *
August A. Busch Jr. the to their

[Acquisition totel, located of on the Highway Skyway first one of baseman the foremost Bill White opponents Reports To Uncle Sam I.j'

<.9 on the northern end of of racial segregation u .

he Sunshine Skyway.In in spring training

Sarasota the White camps. WASHINGTON, D. C.---Howard U's back Kent Carthan returns opening kickoff 40 yards %
'ox purchased the hotel Robinson Wins "
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['ihich before being downed by Morehouse '5 Jim Middlebrook (80) Morehouse scored in last t ? ,:
was previously off- '
30 seconds to eke out a 14-6 win.
A11I'
.imits to Minnie Minose. MVP Honors ...... _
il Smith Juan Pizzaro.
id other Negro players. BOSTON. Mass. Foiling UCLA's Tailback/ Will
'Skins'
219 out of a possible 224 Battering

[Last season, the champion points Cincinnati Red's #1;', ,.,...N" _
ew York Yankees upon slugging outfielder Frank Get Ernie ?
Ping confronted with the i
Robinson ran away with .
acial situation left SYRACUSE The big f
this year race to become <.. ques-
their; St. Petersburg the tion of the moment is r
Redleg to win the t'Y, x E
Sig"For Hizonner National League's most J'.; whether the Lilly white .t

_. .'_._,_ valuable player award in Washington Redskins pro
"""""' '''''' "'u' '' .w. u""A".A''u '
21 L : football club will get "
'T": TA years. r i' M
"' yk All-American> back Ernie
Only one member of the
V+ ; Davis as the first
16-man Negro
special committee .. )
voted against Robinson, ,.f' L:4/: 9 player to join their ranks y ." ... .. r: .
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and he cast his ballot.for : J., : next fall. /:'<:,,j { "

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This same person Y'S: University of Syracusestar
Y also cast a second f..., '" ,.:' ._ :" :Iyi says-that Davis has
place ,, ,
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ballot for Robinson.Far l ,. .. ,. been non commital when -I

back in second place > questioned about his selection vv I

in the balloting was by the Skins as t; / ,

Orlando Cepeda Frisco' their number one draft '{ "
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choice.
hard-hitting outfielder-
first baseman who collec- The spokesman said that

ted 117 votes. Robby's Davis' main concern at rS i -

present is to help his
teammate Vada Pinson with
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(:y. 104, Roberto Clemente pith team win as many games as y h '

attdQ'.9''oykY 81 and Joey Jay 74. possible.TOOTHACHE. I

; finished in that order. .
.
s rlh i'k,' xy y $_Rb b_ Robinson is credited with ..... .L, ._ ...... .

pacing the Reds to their' FZELL SINGLETON dazzling little tailback with UCLA Don't suffer needlessly. Get speedy lt*. CHAMPIONSHIP
hopes of the
first pennant in 21 lief from throbbing'pain of toothachewith Los Angeles Lakers pro
years. is one of the West Coast's collegiate gridsters who fl1t acting ORA-JEk. Pain
in seconds. Guaranteed ** basketball team were shattered this week when it was
IOU /rfi
He batted with ) .
NJIANKS[ CHAMP! : World's I homers .323. '37 may rank high on, the pro football draft lists when he or money back.All drug stores. /PARi p- announced that their ,top scoring and all 'round star
and 124
heavyweight RBI's. He completes his stint ,
at the Los
champion Angeles
institute of rF team
stole 22 bases. higher learning. captain Flgin Baylor is to report to the 63rd
loYd Patterson who Twenty ,five players were Infantry division for military duty. Baylor is shownin
[ his diadem on the one of his spectacular under the basket scoringsprees'when
laces
r 4 in Toronto named with Willie Mays Promising Welter 73 ElVC Men he led the
placing sixth. Ken Boyer Varsity ReportTo lakers to a recent 125-121 win
janada, against Tom Mc- over the Warriors. .
(eejey of Massachusetts Jim Hank O'Toole Aaron. Maury and Warren Wills '-- kd < Coach Tom- Barton Here

gas Toronoto's guest ,book
Spahn placing in like
ir Mayor Nathan Phillips. Basketball time in these parts is just around the
order
Alt Mukti .Alf MWtAUTOMATIC {
corner and busily preparing for a rapidly approaching -
You ,Don't Hove to Go to Town to GetLOWPRICES .: 4{{ opener are Edward Waters College Coach Tom Barton TRANSMISSIONSADJUSTED

and 13 varsity candidates. ___ OVERHAULED
Compltlt Auto Xtpa'in f/.cr>ico/ Srll.".. tioif Rtliig'
The 1961-62 edition of in February are Voorheeson r h be.f tola/icing frotf [id Ali,.",.i>tW

the impressive.Tiger Cagers They are is indeed taller the 7th, South Carolina _.. 1:.*.,Cn......A ",000 lec.a."H'MiltWitk .

On Your Area Trade on the. 8th
( faster and apparentlymore MOTOR MART 7n.s..sue.
.Morris College on the 9th

DRUG STORE HEEDS years.eager The than Tigers in former according Claflin on the 10th. and {r, ,,,'_., ,'"..".C.II JorIain:L 5-6601 .
Florida Normal on the 13th. rC & fteaTer,
f to Coach Barton
Trade. With Your Neighborhood Drug Store will enter the campaign 'fNB PLAN

with much optimism. It is,

We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn a.V.... .I believed that they will

Your Local PapersWOOD'S more than match the success -

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DIXIE PHARMACY DICK TURNER former All- the combination finest winning which posted recordin '. ,;,.1/. ;.'.. ." ."
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1302 KINas'lOAD at MYRTLE AVENUE Service and All-Army EWC cage history.The ,
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PHONES EL 3-5597-98 following schedule
W. DtUrtr -' W. 4/w fill All Docfon' Pr.,icrponj, has won seven for the 1961-62 season was I ii
of his last eight fights ScGve.
[PAY. YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE _since, turning pro. released the Director from the officeof I
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BILLS JACKSONVTILF.AT..OURSTORE FIJORIDA WATCH THIS CLOWN letics: December 6, South ': Stait

Carolina. Area Trade;
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541-11-165
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6 are home games.

: 3 Home games in Januaryare

Albany State on the

i' 5.. 0 9th. and Paine College on DI/IIVIE &1 I Ntl
1 30-19 48. the 26th. other games in

41_ 315-88-25 January are at Savannah
i IN State on the 12 Paine
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5.sH.. "'. ... College,on the 13th and QUOAS
H. odd, n&tract* Albany State on the 17th.
i1r H. worfc it oH .,.... The three home games in .

THIS CLOWNIS February are ,Florida Normalon

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II. Poke ReportsBILLFOLD I I folia Ppcd I .- I r

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STOLEN i
treatmsnt. The victim was! ,- c 4.

Willie Johnson 35, of 630, drinking and was unableto :j .I

I.. Church Street told policehe give description of any i i
suspect, police v lp1
said. He
was in a crowd last Sat-
got. his billfold back, but
urday and while standing
his $20 the contents !
of the I
there someone took his billfold -
billfold, .
police reported. were missing, WcA
.' Johnso& said. 1
Johnson said when he looked

around man attempted to .............. < 1',,?' f>V: ... a etcf., af. -
run, but was grabbed and. he ; Ij
and the man started tussling.I j i "' .
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billfold, said. When
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Langston Lane, told policehe t .5-
him in the left shoulder, .
wws walking along in the ,
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police said. 800 block of "i,
Phelps Street ;;:'"
He was taken to the last
Monday when he was hit
office.of' Dr. E. H. Washing-. with a board..
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Beauty"'Operators & Barbers; _life Monday night Dec. 4'
Pretty Lot 2577 Orion Bt:! FRYERMARIGOLD
Will build new 3-Bd. RB. are, wanted to Ne'w;"Holly were she to be on hand for ,
jO'od Beauty Lounge 622 '. ,
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Rome $300 dn. or sell Lot of
$1500 Tens if yon like..' Ashley Mr. St. Call EL 4-9774. 1961 which will be stagedin FEET s
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St. This Home being sold to1 High-Class private sl ep-' rumors have it that her F ,-- TIh.;
settle an Estate. in Jobs now waiting in N. particular contributionwill I
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A Real Buy I T. City or Long Island for- perform in this worthy '
aids; ,TPIPF .
housekeepers
M & V REAL ESTATE INC and fund-raising project to ,
cooks with references. ..... '
930 Arlington Dr. complete payment of the -- -
Weekly salary to $50 and: .,. :
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Donest'ic, Box 444 public is invited. .
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AT KICK-OFF LUNCHEON Some of the dignataries who were on hand for kowitz. Hampton House Hotel owner. In the next scene CoachJake enjoying the sumptuous servings. ,In the final scene Dr. Elmer Ward.

the kick-off affair held last Tuesday in the Starlight, Room of the Gaither confers and unidentified TV cameraman and TV newscaster Dr. William Foster. FAMU band director. senator Herrell and Dr. J. "

Biscayne Terrace are spotlighted in the photo scenes. State Senator I Jim Dooley of Channel 4. Miami. The center photo-shot shows. Miami R. E. Lee. FAMU assistant president are seen in a lively con-

S. Cliff Herrell is seen at left with Dr. George Gore and Harry Mart Times news editor. Garth Reeves. Markowitz and Dr. Ira P. Davis versation.FOREIGN -

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.Liberty City 1 fMay'S. High School NewsI I

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Elementary School.That's The victorious'Rams second quarter the firstof
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shattered the St. Peters- which was a 25 yard pass
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f'J burg Gladiators by a score :from quarterback to end.
that?' 'Silly, it's a sign for National Childr -. .
,.}. of 57-12 in their annual The seco Gladiator tallywas
red s Book Week don't you remember?' 'Oh. yes. its the to',, ., ,- t Thanksgiving Day grid a thrilling 30 yard
week that we celebrated so much last year.' 'That ,s ",:,' ',1}, ., } battle at R. G. George sprint by Jerome Pittman
right--at last are thinking again.' 'Huh. they'll -'
you Memorial park in Homestead.The that highlighted the game,
really have to do' ouch more this year to top what they \\ ( Rams struck and struck but with all this the Rams

did last year.' They will, wait and see.' i ; again to defeat the St. still lead at the half 28-
'then Deborah Everette led the devotion Monday morning Petersburg Gladiators in a 42.

she read off La agenda surpassing any jet witnessed at Turkey, Day Game that will The third and fourth

Liberty City Elementary School. The events scheduled : long linger in the minds ofa quarters saw an escapade of

ranged from daily talks about books. to skits '-about -. ,.'.. ', mighty Gladiator 'squad. ,Ram touchdowns includingthose
books. plays about books, and then finally. puppet shews -' -- Andrew Green tallied for made by Wallace Bates

about '''books. Yes. they had well planned this week'-s, U. S. Foreign the first score of the and Collins Jones. The third

agenda; they had outdone what had been kdone in previous A & M game to end a 50 yard drive and fourth quarters also
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years. There is little wonder then that Mrs. Elizabeth terested when he dashed 5 yards over saw an over-powering defense -

Atkinson, librarian at LCE should not happy--happy of ,Riviera center. The Rams scored two lead by Captain Sam

because her job had been well done. We salute Mrs. staff 1 photo by more from quarterback Lee Big Bill) Spivey and a

Atkinson for having done a Job well beyond the call of Bohler for a 15 yard TD. host of others.

duty. ;. The first quarter was ended
Let's taje another glance into our mirror; standing in R with the Rams leading by a Worshiptogether
front of me, I see a little boy--David--David Wyche. score of 14-0
David like most of the little boys at LCE is in his The Gladiators tallied for this.

formative years; and as' such,--he is often thought of as -. 5" their two touchdowns in the week
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being a fluid child One given to sudden changes and out- I -

bursts. As .a student, he is dependable quite punctual S
honest, and law-abiding. ,There is no doubt that he is a PERSONALITIES

leader; he is able to bad by force--if he wishes. but ;

he prefers to lead by example. As a thespian., he has Reese guy ;

''been in, many plays; at present, he claims membership in significant

the Boy Scouts. ., the Resource Class and. the Patrols. your
'
David is from the salt of'tfae I earth; hence, he is con- other 'way

stantly trying to prove himself----constantly working, of you were
through and with others. It's a pleasure working with sane..and heal
'S
David. His future is beyond the blue horizons.. What is family
David's destiny ? / like I )

Little Miss Irene.Edwards invites you to listen to her jazz. And 1f,

weekly broadcast: This Is Our School' this week. Her to splurge on

play is "Off the Book Shelf" ---a play depicting the bird '(That's_

, theme of National Children's Book Week. Her plays may be tell me.' with

heard over station WMBM each Sunday Evening at 5:30 p.m.I pig ears.or. ,
am sure that you would have an enchanting twenty Like myself, '4
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and P.R. ( "., '
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, Meeting To Cite Fr. Gibson I ; : ', "

MIAMI Honorable Hubert T. Delany of New York City association
will be principal speaker during the defense fund mass the largest listen To '

meeting slated for Father Theodore R. Gibson. Thursday'' might" pay some
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night. Dec. 7 in Greater Bethel AME Church, it has

been ,announced. 1' .._' 'Pre' or 4 f WMBMMIAMI
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The supporting program hasbeen :- "- '" Hotel

completed and all pro- I me' O.K.? FLORIDA. '.
ceeds will go toward helping And. SPEAKING I Ii 'DOON EVERY" RADIO ,', : I

underwrite Fr. Gibson's to keep your i .# :' "
current appeal before the NAPOLEON REED .

U. S. Supreme Court relativeto r. a weekly.bSAlis. : -
next week, on
a State Legislative coa- formation : 1 1 Personality Station .
mittee's attempt to have
4200 North .
FT. Gibson turn over to : ..
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them the Miami branch of :t.- '

the NAACP's membershiplists. ..- .iY. ".. "'..'. .At this
..-.---- .-..- $
:,' >.. Clyde Klllens .
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A graduate of New York ( ably aided PERSONALI'T'IES"S.
tflty -schools; Mr.' 'D any \t. .-.".'-.'''' -,i4- Famous Family :

was formerly a municipal I .....-. ..-..'-......"--...' .. and & in S.
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judge, having been appointedby I .;.f.... ...-..-.... Boca is in S
the late CityI
New York with his orche

Mayor Fiorello La Guardia.He .. for two weeks.
is presently practicing r :,; ......1 and sisters

law In 'New York City and invited'to honor one of day evening,

has always been active in the nation's most dedicated HANK TRIO,
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VOJQ many boards_ includingthe the person of Father playing at

{Theodore. R. Gibson. Biscayne..
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national executive _- .;
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g'+r Wi" a yJ 'KID .LIVING1
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jhere will present a forceful CTriftrt ..*! auto a, festive oc- : ..,"......1.",
and dynaaic who ?eMfea*..a fair&tsl tooebec.SUxt r
speaker .. .
;has you '- -..,.;
wide experience in the 'winI" oat Millie r. : :; .
field of civil rights. 8ihc, rsw beet crystal'sd ... : 'f.r. IRA.Me CALL
The public j ., .. aM tekb <*. wig Mgktrt '\',!...". .
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Theodore R. Gibson, presi- ; :
dent of the Miami NAACP, The famed Edward Waters The IdJe Hour Art Club

whose U.S. Supreme Court College Choir, radio, l' will hold its. Bazaar .on
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case will be heard December television and Concert : :, I ,;_:w ; 1 Dec. 8, in the Berrfen
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4. addressed religious artists, under the direction Hotel 260 N.W. 8th Street '

leaders from nine states! of H. Alvin Greene, j 4 beginning at 4 p.m.

here this week. is busy rehearsing for the' s ry'; The club body is making a

The militant Miami .clergymen annual Bahamas tour, and elaborate plans to assurean $ a .

faces six months in falling last minute enjoyable ,evening for x er

jail and a $1,200fine- for engagements in th state, 1 } :3ir: ,allot its members and pPL: z4

refusing to follow a direc-. The group will fly to ,ifriends. The public is

tive, from a Florida-:legislative Nassau for appearances on {cordially Invited. .

committee to verify Dec. 15-17, Mrs. Gertrude Williams
In addition to the Bahamas is president and E. GLORIA BRYANT singer -
from a membership list !+# E Er Mrs.
y and player,
certain persons as NAACP tour, they will appear, for rfJ Tappin is reporter. Is one of trumpet the headliners

members. thirty minutes on a special in the Billy Williams revue

Leonard Carter, NAACP field religious television pro- .M-' PATRONIZEAdvertisers.I' opening tonight in I

secretary from the gram on Jacksonville' .r Slur the Singapore's Las Vegas .

Association's Region IV, Channel 12 at 9 a.m. Sunday Room.
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reports that more than 200 December 31. : p
t t'ind
ministers are expected to Appearing with the Concert ;; ''

attend the two-day meeting Choir will be the famed the

Nov. 29-30. quartet. This group, strength.for

States included are consisting of Ralph Greene,

Missouri Kansas, Iowa, James Corbett, Roy Sin- life. "

Colorado, Montana, Nebraska, gleton, and James Anderson, .

Wyoming Minnesota and has proved to be one of the
most versatile foursomein -
South Dakota. COIFFURE SPECIALISTS---Some of Miami's leading hair stylists and beauty school

The workshops will con- the music arena. They operators who received awards for the creditable. work they are doing in the field' .R2UQJON IN AMERICAfTUFE' .INC.
have made
appearances in -
church action
centrate on of beauty culture are shown here. From left are: Mrs. Edna Stone Jenkins, Mrs.
discriminationand Georgia and Florid WORSHIP TOGETHER THIS WEEK
against job Marion Muldrow Mr. D. W. Julius. Mrs. Ella Moncur Mrs. Mildred B. Shelton. Mrs. .- roo __
the importance of .
church"support of NAACP Coretha C. Phillips. _____

membership and financial ,-1-- -: ; ...; ?; V r r s .i

campaigns.Other conference speakers I ?.
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;Missouri Council of Churchesand I r ;

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Cheng, Associate Professor .', : : kq' rt
of Social Science at Florida ;., a .y rtY
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, ial College, was awarded the 4, ,
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cience by Columbia University -

on November 9. s- f t'ttt -' ,.rt
This 'special release was '. k :y
made this week by PresidentR.
W. Puryear and Dean San- -
Key C. Chao of Florida Normal -, ., FAMU JUVENILE COURT SESSION---Getting a briefing during a break at the 5th annual

and Industrial Memorial College Juvenile Court Forum sponsored by the Florida A. and M. University college of law

after receiving official Colum- CHURCH WORKERS -- Mt. Zion Baptist Church of which Rev. Edward T. Graham is pastor were: standing David Pope, deputy sheriff, Leon County; Willie Weston, deputy

bia University.Dr. confirmation. from is not unlike thousands other tshurches which are largely dependent upon the sheriff, Duval County; Horace Monroe, deputy sheriff Marion County; Ralph HadleyJr.

Cheng is a native of women for the progress of the church and its programs. A group of ladies who are Juvenile Court officer. Leon County; and R. L. Williams. A. and M. college of

China. He received the L.LJB. staunch supporters of Mt. Zion Baptist Church is shown here from left are: Mrs. law., Seated are John Hamilton Juvenile Court officer, Polk County; Donald Williams,

degree from Peking ;Uaiverrsity. Jeroline Baker trustee; Mrs. Mary Ann Spence. church secretary; Mrs. Willie Parker a Polk County teacher; and Perry Sullivan, a Hillsborough County teacher.
and the M.A. degree and Mrs. Luvenia .
Knox. staff
FAMU
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from Temple University. His .
dissertation for the.Ph. D. .-I

degree requirements at Col- Ample.Hotel Rooms For Classic' Fans Educators, to MeetIn FALL'S SEW-YOUR-OWN FASHIONS .-- ARE FEMININE AND SMART
umbia University was entit- _
led 'The Treatment of Aliens Miami Beach .

and British Commercial Trea- MIAMI, Fla.---There'is still plenty of hotel space -> Practically all of McCall's seams and fake pocket flaps.
ties' in the field of inter- available for persons who plan to attend the 29th annual The Association of Col- by Evelyn CunninghamTo pattern's new fall designscan For a completely different
national law. : leges and Secondary be described as free and look, the pattern provides fora
Orange Blossom Classic. December 8-10. This state-
Florida Normal and Industrial "' .!; Schools will hold its the great relief of easy. Instead of clinging to three-gore slim skirt and a
Memorial College now has a ment was made by Charles C. North, chairman of the 18th annual meeting at parents and fashion arbi- the body, garments sort of blouson with short, set-in
total of nine members of its Classic housing committee. ters, blue jeans and dirty touch and go, providing fluid, sleeves. The blouson has
faculty with earned doc- Persons desiring housing can secure same by contact- Miami Beach Dec. 6-8, sneakers have passed from graceful lines, Best of all, elastic in the lower hem and

torate degrees stated ing North as follows: North Travel Bureau, 1104 N.W. Dr. S. M. Nabrit, presi- the picture as the favorite the new fashions are just loops are sewn to the left
Dean Sankey C. Chao, who dent, announced last week. uniform of plain more comfortable than side front. Each blouse hasa
3rd Avenue, Miami Florida (Tel. FRanklin 9-6779). many teenagersand before.
also said that several Sessions will be held in young adults. ever back neck zipper.
members of the facul- Hotel space is available on fabulous Miami Beach as Take the Suggested fabrics for the
other the Miami Beach Convention For a time it looked as if proportionedpants
ty are completing the reQuirements well a's in Miami properT all at reasonable., rates standards of casual wear and the soft unclut- overblouse and skirt are
for doctorate he said: ?> '? Hall and delegates who were measured by how disordered tered blouse. Made here in jersey, lightweight wool,

degrees and should receive ... plan to attend should untidy and dis shades of blue of a print wool synthetic mixtures, crepe,

them in the very near ... contact the FontainebleauHotel heveled a girl could look. Her jersey,the pants are perfectly flannel, worsted, plaids, or
future. !I Miami Beach for much-fad blue jeans were fitted. (McCall's Pattern No. tweed.'i"
reservations. excessively tight. She 5263). They are proportionedto ,i '.
wouldn't get caught dead in fit the tall 5'8" figure, the "t..,
Theme for this year's brand new or freshly cleaned medium 56" figure and the :
Killens three-day meeting is : sneakers and loafers. She short S']" figure. There are yrt'4 rY 1
Clyde "Programming for BetterArticulation topped off this carefully darts at the back and front, a f.-f.:; "1;

Between High studied ensemble with two left side zipper placket and ,;','
or three ropes of beads foot straps to keep the pants "
Schools and Colleges. around her neck, a wristfulof taut and comfortable.The ;ri',

Proudly Presents noisy bracelets and a blouse pattern comes "5 ]

MilitantLeader pair of swinging'earrings. in three versions. The one ,,';"...
All this, she felt, represented shown here is made of a {

ANOTHER BIG SHOW [ .the typical American girl. solid blue wool jersey. Worn ," ra
Dies Fortunately for all con- over the pants or a skirt, it r. ., .
cerned, there has been a has a high notched neckline, .
-- return to neatness and chic. French darts vents in the
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AT KNIGHT BEAT 'ir closing.
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MIAMI'S FAVORITE SPOT "1.0" '2 ... provided for a double breasted
COMING ATTRACTION. y; j. ( tuck-in blouse,with a notched +
shawl collar, cut in ,one with
j i the fronts of the blouse. It
: 1 Ykt has long sleeves that are

,!;;,ARTHUR PRYSOCK ?F gathered into buttoned cuffs.

The third version is an
VOCALIST overblouse with a peplum.
THE GLASS" This has neck and
: r R a square a
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December 15-16-17 peplum gathered at the back

.k. ,. .. __: .-' ,,- Clyde Kill. em. '; and side front it is buttonedin
-.< :; .-. ..' (- be finished with s self-bow
'WUH6EMATINEE
; PAUL V. JEWELL. 58, professor -
-, '" ,. of and j where the peplum is attached.All ?;
engineering
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FEATURINGAND j., three blouses have set-in I
chairman of the Departmentof sleeves. y

HOT PAPA TOBliElIJ..SOM Mechanical. 'Engineering I The misses and junior ., 1b7ks

V at A.. and.T. .College, reCently two-piece dress may be made
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HIS' TALENTED FAMILY PLUS died -to110wl g an'illness with s slim or pleated skirt.
cEAsicf
SEVERAL 9fHE1t.STAQ+ of several, months.KTT1JTB .There is also a choice of a
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.4 loose hanging overblouse or
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,: it. : .: INSTINCT The sewis* mislto wo.as takes OkCall's a blouson Pattern overblouse.No. 6046).
\ ," : .. the canal, ,easy leek fee Fall separates are swiaftaf free
: ., -- There is 4 kiHer- ins&ct Y+. IeJMn l0erz at .... Her .wet. As pictured here, the and easy. For a look of aeateess
: COa ME- FLO RID \ FANS all predators the.sight that ia triggered that is hteoM'kaa kick notched aeck- skirt is made of a borne sew a two piece orerbloase
'.. : -" .. by of.prey Uae aet-ia aleeve aid a backzfeeer and the dress with a box pleated plaid
.
; :o. : !J weak or crippled, an Instinctthat : dastec. UcCaU'a Patios orange fWd.wool skirt. The pullover bloeae ias&aixfet
bursts into full bloom blouse 0
5t,: .. .'. ; .!Jotfr'; ..:G ,. ': when the fluttery waverings ..1670. Mteaes* 1218. Jaater: 11li wool jersey;, trimmed with orange the hanging with set-la
aDd fake
III. .. of a plastic worm are sighted: Sti. The tatered alaeks are sleeves dap pockets
fi .., ._ ... -, r ;,. -" ". ., fc' DANCE Flab 'em real slow, either Rep'ileeed' to tit the talL laid. The four-gore skirt lsboz A matcMfti plaid scarf to tied
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i{\,': ...f: f f .__, : j ;. .. dig PT.,trolMag with a Heresy ,=... or alert Al&re. MeCaU's pleated The loose over- loosely at tie MddJjw. Itccall'aPMteta
'. blouse has three-quarter, set- 6048.
.J, :*"" _' :1 ftabteff. motor hanging on PaMela UC3. Jet 24 27: Misses' IMS?
;;: :;.;;:;' f. '. '!:tiIIi.! .. p& the trafifiaaa, and plastic wortaawffl .Wsses' H-a 5I. in sleeves, vents in the.side llBJor 11.15.304. _,
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Will Vtsif Into National ./s Hailed I iDelayAtTexvU.

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SocfefyTALLAHASSEE .' ..IntoJ Cbwt
local Chapters '
I Austin Tex. -- Awaiting; ,.
Nine Florida phHaTdelpnfa -- Tree Berbers the result of a suit pending'
WASHINGTON. D.C. Two
AiM University studentswere of Father Devlne s i in Federal Courts university .
teams of national officersof e fir
inducted into the Circle Mission at Broad and of Texas regents recently -
Selta Sigma Theta Sorority -
Alpha Kappa Mu National Catharine sts,_were-ZePQrt- decided to delay
I will be visiting ed arrested for flaying .
Honor Society through Kappa further action on desegregation -
local Delta chapter. r taken part in a recent
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the of dormitories.The
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Iota Chapter during
lacross.the[ nation Dec. 2 ; melee with a member of
Society's fall tapping T-4. board had earlier been
;and,9The ceremony here recently.Dr. ; ; another .faith. I scheduled to act on a pro-
officers will lead i The case was reportedly
Thomas Freeman, dean ,posal to integrate a part
round table discussions on brought to light last week
of students, Texas Southern i. I of the women s dormitories.
menas of further coordinating when Jesus Emmanuel ,
of '
University, called upon the : Men' housing is already
and implementing Brooklyn, N. Y."who picketed .
students 'to keep alive : partly integrated. It is
Delta's public service Father Devine touched GIBBS JC CLASS QUEENS- '
the flame of creativity and believed that'the suit may
program and will engagein off a fracas which resultedin Avid Gibbsonian newspaper
the pursuit of excellence." slow rather than speed inte-
a program of leadership the arrests. readers are newly selected
gragat ion.
Tapped during the impressive -
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training. 12th annual Facing preliminary hearing class queens: Arleaser Although most of the newer
The group will also dis- before Magistrate WilliamA. Bowden of Tampa 'Miss dormitories remain for
Miss Janie
were
cuss of raising ceremony Freshman' ; and Bernice
means a Cibotti on Nov. 20 were whites only integragated
Lauderdale
Fort
Smith. ;
'quarter million dollarsby Methuselah Macon of Clearwater 'Miss
Miss Vernell Johnson, Ocala; Abolition. Andre housing was opened to Negro
the end of the Sorori ty'! Peace and Paul Order. The Sophomore' The co-eds
''Mrs.'petty Dawson West men in 1953.
Golden Anniversary cele- magistrate order liethusalah ;were named the college's .
Palm Beach Miss Carol J.
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brations in, 1963. The funds and Andrew held for grand first class queens during
will be used to finance Henderson' Tampa; Miss I. jury action. last week's elections. Star Advertisers
Mercy E. Moore Century;
the Delta program.In .
John Mathis. Pensacola; -IELTA
settings reminiscent
Allen L. Handinson, Daytona .
of King Arthur's Round
Beach Nathaniel Williams HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
Table encircled by the ; $1IMAJj&pPROJECT DOUBLEHEADER
Orlando;' and Willie Wimber-
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leading knights of Christian -
ley, Pompano Beach. Miss TELE PROMPTER.CORPORATION
dom, 23 Delta officers CLOSED CIRCUIT TELECAst _
Gladys Rich will be in-
( many doubling on the .
ducted at special
a THEATRE-SIZE SCREEN
alternate Saturday) will ..--.. :.' .- .. .
preside at round tables in ceremony at .a.later' date. COfiimSE -- Members of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority -- -.....";;:""'"!: 'to.'a"'
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held in .
34 cities from Californiato A reception was made a semi-annual call to Jacksonville juvenile "'"

Connecticut. the Florida Room of the Shelter recently to present gifts of clothing shoes FLOYD PATTERSON SONNY LISTON ;
'student
Their program consists Union Building toilet articles, and games to the younger wards of the. 'itf WORLD'S CHAMPION LEADING CONTENDER .
prominently of projects after the ceremony in honor organization. Shown presenting the gifts t to Larry VS. Vs. v

designed to improve mental of the neophytes, and the Barnett. staff assistant in charge arer.Soror Lucile :: TOM McNEELEY ALBERT WESTPHAL :

health, to expand job guest speaker. A receptionfor Jones (left); and Sorors Wynona Alexander Hettie Mills IRISH UNDEFEATED RANKING EUROPEAN -
to all second semester Small Marian Button Walker f ". HEAVYWEIGHT !i
opportunities increase. Lillian and ; : i
honor roll ,students was t (Royal AruPnoto) --. r
library services in remote :
held earlier by the local ..... _
provide and deficient Delta volunteersfor areas, to chapter of Alpha Kappa Mu. He .. OATALLAHASSEE I Outdoor Tips. 0 t

community services, to f Sports : .: COLo.. S E U M' -# :
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CojurfWASHINGTON Scout the area you will
enhance international
relations -
Editor Bill McGrotha of I.' MONDAY
and to increase the hunt for deer before the DECEMBER 4th _
I Tallahassee Democrat
D.C. -- TheU. the
day of the hunt. Comb the. ..
child-guiding skills of following
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parents and guidance week gave the go sign fora "true story" in a recent area for sign and deer c
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counselors. beds. Midday or at night / GEN. ADM.-3"
Dawson, Ga. Negro widows.damage column: F
deer will bed down in snow .
suit against the This is a true story. A. EXTRA I. r -- FOR RESERVE .
or leaves. The bed is ?
Terrell sheriff, Tallahassee attorney was THE
County 4
usually oval in shape and i SECTIONALL
chief of police, and a sitting with a friend before PRICE
there are several in a ADDED < TAXES INC
OF
which the Florida A&M kick-
bonding company grew
group. The beds will be TICKETS NOW ON SALE
PATRONIZE out of the alleged beatingof off against Bethune. The I'
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sheltered from the wind. ATTRACTIONS j. AT COLISEUM
IFLORIDA her husband, reportedly attorney sought a friendly TUC IOCU1
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The action clears the way and 75 .

for Mrs. Hattie Brazier of points.' He took it. Final

Dawson to start h.er} suit score: A&M 76, Bethune- flCT1ONAL

for $180,448 damages in the Cookman 0. ,

death of her husband. .;.' :

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ST. PETERSBURG UIBBS JUNIOR COLLEGE Director of Public Relations Paul >Mohr.

reviews the constitution of the NJCAA during a recent meeting of the ,Florida JC

,Athletic Association. Shown at the table are FJCAA president Norman Jack and FJCAA

_:osaissioner. Frank Pierce, both of Gibbs JC. A portion of the representatives to

the meeting held at Gibbs JC are: Mr. and Mrs. Leroy C. Floyd Lincon JC, Ft. ,

Pierce; Miss E. C. Baker. Hampton JC Ocala. In background are George Brown. Gibbs.

JC; and Sanford Cox, Colller-Blocker JC, Palatka. '

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'Resonable Prices IN. Hair Styling Normal and industrial .. I .

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CALL EL4-1210, For Appointments designated as a testing 199.95
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IS10 DAVIS ST. MR. SAMUEL BANKS .... ..
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.. .. ''National=nations next Teacher.February"'. Exami-Dr. 4?f PC SECTION SOFA $179.95 ;i.1

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'college College,.seniors announced.preparingto 4;iPC. SECTIONAL SOFA $199.95
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,r,6unal Hall. "; l1i' ,Vowf I -- M'Free. Cherishes Memory
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h I Virginia
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,'.. "' ass., Bias In, 'Sch.clules Day OflDr c. H. TobiasNEW

Waiting Rooms 'n Ala. Court I Maintain YORK In a resolution

,-- : expressing its "profound
JACKSON, 'Miss. A- three" Public Schools sorrow in the loss of

judge federal court last: x ALBANY GA. -- While five Channing H. Tobias the

i week, in a move that could members of their race were RICHMOND Va In a far Board of Directors of the

have far reaching effect p7 being tried for an attemptto reaching local situation, National Association for

' x ; r declared unconstitutional, l desegregate a bus sta- the Virginia Supreme Court the Advancement of Colored

1 three Mississippi laws ,reQuiring 1 2t + tion lunch counter,, several of Appeals ruled Monday that People calls "upon the

separate waiting R hundred Negro students from the State Constitution membership of the Association -

rre rooms for Negroes and Albany State College "imposes upon the General to cherish his

.whites at transportation marched around the city Assembly the obligation to memory through re-doubled

j ROBERT WARREN terminals.It hall here Monday in a 30' establish and maintain an efforts to achieve the

t was learned however,, r rt 4f minute protest parade. efficient system of public goal he set for us in,
Robert Warren son of Mrs.
that the decision does note free schools throughout the
4dF' J V While the demonstratorswere 1953. "
of 1239 Davis ,
Alma Warren
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affect Mississippi, breachof singing"'hymns and 'state.: Adopted at the Board's
has been chosen In
Street peace statues underwhich chanting 'Freedom, freedom The body, in an opinion by- regular monthly meeting

Who's Who Among StudentsIn Freedom Riders have been some 300 other Chief Justice John W. Eggle- here the resolution citesDr.

American Universitiesand arrested for refusing to ?Wy4Qn students marched to the ston noted the constitutional Tobias' "dedicatedand '
for 1961-62.
Colleges move from segregated travel college's administration' requirement in a case effective leadershipin
Who's Who Organizationof -
The
facilities. :i building with a petition not connected over the the Fight for Freedom" '
America selected Warrenas
These are already under protesting the expulsion of closed public schools of and mourns his passing on
one of the students from attack in separate suits. two students who took partin Prince Edward County.It Nov. 5.

Florida A. and M. Uni- While in session the the sit-in at the Trail- is believed, however

versity to be represented judges 'also granted an in- ways Bus terminal* it was: that Monday's decision by Th MEMORIAM

In the book which includes junction sought by the a .M reported.In the court could be Inter-

students from all of the government tp force the, recorder's court Judge preted as the court's
universities in .
outstanding City of McComb to remove Abner Israel, trying each thinking In the Prince

"America. Mrs. Warren has signs from the sidewalks MISS AMENIA SHAHAB became the bride of: James Green Jr. student separately, fined Edward County School case in

been receiving congratulations around the Greyhound Bus in an impressive evening ceremony held Nov. 15 in the them $100 each with 15-day which Negro plaintiffs have

at Brewster Methodist and Illinois Central home of Mr. and Mrs. James Lang Sr. Rev. James suspended sentences. It was 'the court reopen the closed

:em-ployed. stations designating- Bryant, officiating the, double ring ceremony. Mrs. learned that all five paid public schools on a inte-

separate waiting rooms for Green the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abdul Shahab, was their fines and were re- grated basis.. 4
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Negroes and whites. given in marriage by tier father. Mrs. Katherine Thomas, leased.

Outdoor Tips Judge Elbert P. Tuttle of sister of the bride was matron of honor, and Miss Returning to the administrative Schedules

Atlanta. Chief Judge of the Lilife Thompson was bridesmaid. Carl Morrell was best office the
MONTGOMERY Ala. The.
Don't overlook this tip- U.S.' Fifth OOurt'of Appeals man.'The' groom is the son of Mrs. Susan Green of second time proved fruitless National' Association for the

off that there are deer 'at New Orleans, said Charleston S. C. i for the petitioninggroup
Advancement
of Colored People'
nearby. Appelate Judge Richard T. when it was announced ;
will
finally get its long-
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When you're hunting this Rives of Montgomery, Ala. 4 that college officials refused -
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Following delayed day'in court hereon
Dies
year you may find yourself had concurred with him in Says Negroes to meet with them.
I December 27, just five
playing ringaroundthewoods the decisions and-that U.S. Bridge Color TaxYORKNegroes days before the expiration In sad and lovingly
with a deer. Deer tfudge Sidney Mize of Guilf- Jump Pay
t.f; the time limit imposed by memory of our loved one.
have the habit of circling Miss. had dissented. I
port. a
pay
Despite an almost immediate nEw the :United- States Supreme Nathan flip' McKeiver who
behind. hunter and fol- Fines for non-compliance tc "color tax"-unseen expenses court
in its iriullng of October -;
lowing him. Check your the separate !seating: ruling rescure, Solcaon 'Chat- they must meet 23.Banned left us one year ago today.
man 70 of 4105 Old St. of their Your passing has left an
backtrail often and you, would be $1,000 a day. The simply because
will soon break Mr. other two would carry a Augustine Road, died in'a race, a Catholic Negro mot- from all activity in i aching void, none other
local'hospital Sunday afternoon her said when accepting an the State of Alabama since can ever fill.
Antlers of this habit. $1,000 fine and
I a year contributionto June I, 1956 the NAACP has
her
after having leaped award for Wife Mrs. Helen McKeiver.

from John G. Alsop 'Bridge interracial justice. three times gone to th,( Mother Mrs. Bertie Houston,
Mrs. Albert' C. Spurlock of I Supreme Court in efforts to
I I. into the St. Johns River. social worker Son Mr. Carnell Tarver &
THE LARGEST AND FINEST Indianapolis,
Barker secure relief from the state
City patrolman R. D. and mother of two was hono- family.

SELECTION OF COLORED DOLLSIN stated witnesses jumpedover red with Ralph E. Fenton of injunction. ,
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THE SOUTH the center of the span at when they received the 1961 f JCliltIjj1ec.lAMI: ; / ORANGE. t il
james J. Hoey awards. These '.'
died
about 3:15
SIZES FR6M 10 INCHES TO THE BIG 36 INCH. p.m. He have been given annually ('
t some three hours later.. 1942 to a white and a -
WALKING AND TALKING DOLL -< since LEROY MCCRAY
'Chatman !*,as ouLIedthe ,-!rpa Negro distinguished in their 29th ANNUAL
.. 10 Year Term. .
Deposit Will Hold in Lag-Arcay Until Christmas water by William J. : work for inter.racial.just y

OPEN CHRISTMAS lYE-UNTIL 9 P.M." Fisher of Orange Park, who, I As !. alotey,.'' said Mrs.Spurldck' i ORANGEBLOSSOM
; *t an not satisfied i LAKE BUTLER Leroy Mc-
according to Barker.was ?:
BROADWAY DEPT. STORE with surveys of how Cray 33, who faces court
boating with a companionwhen .
Olldi ti"ons are
...uch.better
action in Duval County for
119 BROAD ST. PHONE EL 4-6018 Chatman leaped from the today for nfinorlty groups PLUS! i
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the June 16 throat
I .span. than 10 to 20 years ago. I am slashing The Famous .
1 JACKSONVILLEI concerned about the fact that of a Duval County patrolman
I 132PieceMARCHING
today my children do not was sentenced to a 10 year [FLORIDA A. and M/

.. have equal opportunities, prison term here Monday for BMID.featpring ] University

A ; ,,..., .L that they meet discriminationwhen .
burglarly and theft of a .RATTLFR
want to eat, to go Ball .
>,- they television Cannon vs."JACKSON
How to give : skating or bow ling--that their set from a Union : STATE
choice of vocations is dic- County home.According ..
of Miss.
tated not by their talent to Sheriff John .derlY
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finer-tastingchenley 3 ways: and skills but by their race' Whitehead, McCray broke into For National Championship


June Ellery 15.Griffis'On the next home day on I TICKETS ON I) SALE HOWl |I

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'.._ ri. FLORIDA STAR Duval Patrolman Charlesstrickland's Tallahassee.. Florida. ,
1- 1 North Travel Bureau Mary Elizabeth Hotel
throat as the
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llb\ NW 3rd Ave. 642 NW 2nd Avenue
i. IN EVERY patrolman was taking him
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j McCray at that time was
:6750N1- 15th Ave._ 3640 Grand Ave.
said to be on parole from a "-
COLORED .HOME Also at ,
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.... shooting a Starke policeman
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