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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
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Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 9, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

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

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MIAMI -- The National Negro Collegiate Football r 'to a

Title will be at stake when undefeated and untied Uncle Ben. I didn't think you would do this to me." "TIa

r Florida A and M University meets Jackson State College \vere the words reportedly spoken last Saturday night by .,,

of Mississippi this Saturday night (December 9) in the Marion Bowman. 38. of 3031 Haines St. before he pulledthe R

Orange Bowl during the 29th annual Orange Blossom trigger of a .25 calibre pistol which sent a bullet

Classic. .- into the chest of Benjamin Bowen 57, of 1410 E. 21st St.

The Rattlers from Tal-. the team s leading scorer, police reported. I ......, .,:..r r
lahassee are currently will be back in action' Police reports indicatedthat "
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rated No. 1 and Jackson after recovering from a the bizarre incident

State is 2nd in the Negro rib injury. Other backs occurred in the bedroomof ..

national ratings. The who will be called upon an apartment ajacentto

Florida team is ranked for ball-carrying choresare Bowman. The third

fourth among all small : Jordan Pope........WilliamW member of the alleged Mr
colleges;' by AssocJated'Press. 11 son,-".He ,rJ t DTxon. .triangle' wa / B'o'man: fY'- conference in orderto

Nathaniel Tucker Robert wife. stimulate the wealthof -- --'<- ...
Regarded of the Hayes Eugene White and : ;; ,:
as one i..P 1aw qualified Negro talent '
REIGN Her
t.#' '1 MISS FAMU AT Majesty Faye Annette
best teams in A and.M's John Hamilton.The WENT TO SLEEPIt <
r-- 1' "' I which so far have failedto
of Fla. will of
: Gary Ocala reign as queen the 29th f
invading from
history, the Rattlers Tigers
are
was reported that : 1 _: : : take advantage of the annual Orange Blossom Classic and Festival this week- I:
leading the nation in Jackson boast one of the "-''<< Ji.
Bowman laid across his many services which they end in Miami. Miss Gary is a senior nursing major. She
scoring with 54.6 points greatest ends in collegiate ARIOPt"U" -; j
bed at about 9 p.m. : can provide for their will ride atop the university float in the classic
per game average, and football today. Trian_ a Investigatidfl B under (
country present
leaving his wife sittingon parade which will be viewed by some 100,000 persons and
second only .to Alabama in
the front'.porch with a Bowen was taken to a Peace Corps programs in will be presented to the plus 50,000 persons who are

'defense with 2.7 points Two ChargedIn neighbor,* Lillie Mae Free- local hospital by ambu- the world's undeveloped expected to witness the "classic" gridiron clash
scored against them
per
man. Bowman said he was lance and died at about countries. between the unbeaten and untied Pattlers and the Jack-

game. Store HoldupTwo fully clothed and fell 2:30 a.m. the following Monday's meeting is believed son State College Tigers.
i Jackson State making its to be the first
asleep. At approximately morning.
men identified .
first in as
appearance .Orange Ronald 10 p.m. he said his baby phase of the Kennedy administration -
Blossom Classic play, also Washington 26. of Fr. Gibson Seeks
2316 Moncrief Road and caused him to wake up and INFORMS VICTIM'S to promotean Reversal'Conviction
has
impressive record
an ,
Johnny Lee he noticed that his wife WIFE intensive Campaign in
winning nine and losing Ronson. also
had not to bed. the Negro press, thus
only to last known as Johnny Lee Ransom gone Reports further reveal Of Florida
year'snational In
,
,"''f; = ..,. tapping what administration -
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that
champions Bowman then went to
a,>4 r INVESTIGATESNOISE sources believe to bea r
the victim's home at 1410
.
Southern University,
earlyin wealth of sorely needed WASHINGTON -- NAACP attorneys, representing Miami
the E. 21st St. and informedMrs.
season.If = talent. leader Father Theodore R. Gibson who is seeking a re-
Bowen of what had
,,
past Classics are ay
anycriterion
versal of his
Bowman reported that he contempt conviction by Florida's State
( ; Saturday occurred and the reasons
eh got up put a pistol in LNJURFr BY UNKNOWN Supreme Court asked the U. S. Supreme this week to
night's game should be a. for the incident.It .
his pocket and upon going Elliot Washington 37, of nullify action taken by the Florida state body.
free-scoring affair, with rt. 'u further learned
-} i at was 739 -
Davis
Street was injured Father Gibson, as
downstairs to the porch
the emphasis on offense that he left Mrs. Bowen's
failed to find his wife. last Sunday police the Miami Branch
rather then defense.In s and went to his sister
*
t stated.
said he noticed the t NAACP, refused to
addition to the more He home of 3319 and
Dridier
Washington was found in the organization's /
door to Lillie Mae Freeman' -
than 40,000 fans who are reported the matter by I
the 800 block of W. Adams ship lists to a
expected to attend the s apartment open. He phone to the police. Street in an intoxicated legislative
game a host of pro-foo said he entered the room The pistol was later
condition by ..police.. Investigating committee said
and hearing noise in an
a
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scouts will be
ball turned over to homicideSgt.
24. of 2330 Woodland officers said
Street
entered it
watching from the press adjoining room F. A. Gruber. Others
were picked up last Mondayby and found Bowen and his Washington told them he .
sportswriters ...
box. Tabbed by many participating in the investigation 'and had "
a man been
city detective and are
wife.
as "the cradleof are: Lts. EdO ,
being held in jail forth .fig ting and he gothitin f
football" Bowen is said to have W. C.
rley Sgts.
professional :> Barber.
The Orange Blossom Classic November 25th holdupof stood up when Bowman entered Leon Hamwey and PatrolmenD. the mouth. He was unable if t j

has produced 22 pro a Moncrief grocery the room and Bowman j. Devane and D. C. to give any descrip- :
tion of the
.players, 17 of whom are store. then uttered the' accusation Edwards. .. '. .---* man.

still playing for pay. Runyon Detective and j.Lts.c. E.Flynn B. and shot Bowen. I Under Probe In Local Stabbing Death.. I If

Both teams operate from .
-- --- .
,
said the two PoliceBeports ; : .
the T with the Rattlers T
said the two men are +; .... )-
employing a widespreadline .z_
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charged with taking \ "
which, according to : P "t )
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Coach Jake Gaither, pro- ,
vides his breakaway backs Glen Williams, operatorof Days'r
the store at the pointof .
with 'plenty of runningroom. KOBBED BY KNIFER
.' a pistol.* The in'vesti.--

The Rattlers will usetheir Searcy B1 lups, 55, of <::J!

four-team attack 1026 Troyan was the victimof
FATHER T. B. 'CI
stressing passing this armed robbery last SUn-

year more than ever. day, police reported.

the A and II aerial
leading Billups said he was probing for

attack will be Miami' s K- walking on Phelps Street 'IC a 1 fluence in state
Collier and another when he '
EmOry was approached by 6 } zations.

Uiamian. Jim Tullis. F 'a man known to. him asShowboat" The Miami

Tullis is also an excel- He said his .found guilty of

lent runner and In the attacker came up behind. 4w by a Leon County

last two games he broke and_ held "a-knife at_ his court and was

awry for 54 and '57 yard 1 throat and took $5 from $1,200 fine and a

touchdown runs respec- him and ran. He told police TWO BROTHERS Robert, Gene Byers, 21' and Frank D. Jail term. The

t!vely. gating officers said two he would sign a war- Byers. 18, are being held for Investigation by. was. later upheld (I

On the ground A and M men were Identified in a ,ran t.. homicide officials following the fatal stabbing last .Florida State I

has a host of backs, lineup as the men who i Patrolmen M.. W. Woodleyand Saturday night' of 18-years old Thomas McFadden of w ,

j. 1 several l. ,who run. the ,100under10 committed the robbery of D.. k HcNatt i !esti- 835 Rushing st. .The brothers were apprehended 14 Shopping

.j Robert Paramorjv his store. gated. .<. .. their 1065 W. 16th -' ,
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': Published by ............:/.;,.,:..,.", ".".p.'.-.-..'!-ir'f'.; ; : '. .f. The American Civil Liberties Union disclosed
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"Member : <....",.J't ) }i that several of its
.., leading officials have
'iJ..t
.'. .' : rtt :. !. p.3' ,. called
President
f'. : upon Kennedy to broaden
::1 ERIC O. SIMPSON.......... .:... ':,.._,t}t:..,...;. .'..." ",-04). ,. i"":\!:' through an executive order the
r.'.. (, ; .}. .. ,;, existing restrictions -
ALYSON .E. WISE........... ; ,: ."f ,r, '-- : t a
: ;;: '. against racial discrimination
HILDA WOOTEN............ "' :: ":: ,1.-\"
in federally-assisted
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". housing. Prominent educators
and .V
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,: 2323 Moncrief Road...... Lf t: former government executives who
.' .-' serve on ACLU's board of directorsor
.... !
its national committee
.. are urg- I
P. O. Box ing the President to fulfill his

d) 442 d c.It -,,.' 'IL campaign__ ... .. pledge. to ban_ _housing bias
-
'' / MIAMI.I F oy one stroKe 01 tpe pen. The proposes
executive order would forbid racial discrimination -

,'- in dwellings built with federal aid or

I One Year t with mortgage funds from financial institutions

r Mailed To You // "\ supervised and supported by the government.

j Subscription Payable In :; \ Such a step, recommended recently by the

FLORIDA STAR-P.. O. r fJ 't. federal Civil Rights Commission
I .,:'\. r 'f' would parti-
;. THE ["j. cularly discourage bias in home sales, it is
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if'. \.. felt. .
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1. City .J j ... 'Your administration has
} already done more to
,2.
.:' 3. Negro Negro .1.r bring about desegregation than any that pre-

'. 4. More ceded you, wrote Francis Riddle, foraer

United States Attorney General and now chairmanof

3.. ACLU's national committee. "I am thinking

VIVE LA I particularly of the Attorney General's handlingof

discrimination in transportation. peekingfor

the American Civil Liberties Union I urge
A perfect example : 0.4tlhai you to end now the denial of euual housing

between our kind opportunity so far as that can be brought about
by dictator was by an executive order. '

of the Soviet ''That the United States government is the

Foreign Famous men---former Minister I i MR. PRESIDENT I greatest segregationist in housing is not

generally realized. This
out of the part, unlawful untimely,
best and in-oral and shocking situation should continueno

worst. Stalin longer. Relief is long overdue and you have
was
removed from the shown us that you have ample rower to end it

and pledged yourself to do so, wrote J.
Stalingrad renamed
V.aties Faring, a Union board rerber and a
from
the face of .
there's former U.F. District Court judge in South
no room
FOR Carolina. Dr. Sarah Gibson
Blrndirp
presidentof
In this
country by
in office--and : Vassar College and a merber of ACLU's ,
we i
national committee, commented: 'Jo end discrimination -
Presidents, Hoover, i in federally-supported housing will
gain stature and
1 l right an injustice that should not he toleratedin
time passes. They .
a democratic '
society.
views, but all I
are
their mind print, while you are enjoying B. V. Huebsch. the yCLU' long-tire treasurer

the benign influences and former treasurer of Viking Press, assured
followings. All
admiration. exerted by Venus the President in his letter that 'public
None
and Jupiter. Discourageyour opinion .will support you earnestly and enthusiastically -
exiled to
a U. S.
life or business in issuance of an executive
officially
and liquidated. : partner from attempts to order. Dean Benjamin F. Youncdahl! of \las i1g--

Well, it couidn't live up to the standardsof ton University's School of Social fork, .c t.
individuals who have Louis, and a member of the Union's national

French say, in money to burn. Once you committee, said that an executive order 'will

difference manage to get through this give even pore integrity to your administrationand
And now think '
of
tains that quarter you can breathe will help to prove to the world once again

easier. that we irean what we ray. You should issue s!rr
people are the an order because it is the rierht and rrorer

CHEAP"i 2-10-11-12-21-212 thing to do. ,

Born Nov.SAQITTARIUS 23 thru Doc. 21 Marion A. Vright of Linville Falls, N. C. ,
former chairman of the Southern regional Council
S If you are looking for a
I and a ACLU national committeeman rotc the
propitious day to make
President that 'Apart from considerations of
decisions, compose letters
health, morals and crime prevention all of
make a hurried trip, .or
Fver wake
up in which would justify such an order the hard
headache ? Ora arrange for social events fact is that so long as there is segregated

stumble into the you should select the 9th. housing, it is difficult to con bat segregationin

bottle in the You storm may around be impelled trying to to other areas desegregation of housing willgo

a pill or two, or make up for any lost time, far toward .securing collapse of segregation -
Just about all of in other areas. Walter Gellhorn,
when you realize that you
answer Yes to have accomplished littleto Betts Professor of Law at Columbia University's

that we've all observe the School of Law, informed the President that
holidaysin
trot h l e. the 'Some years ago one of my serinars studied the
proper spirit
The American (14th-15th). Just don't ;program Qf discrimination in housing and
simple rules for reached the conclusion that the executive order
too
grow reckless.
should be read, ':'annroach was entirely feasible, and very li -ely .

every member of 9-20-88-19-98-928 to oe the most efficacious of the steps- that-

Never take medicine CAPRICORN'. might be taken immediately to discourage
know what's in the Born patterns of residential '
__Dae.. 21 thru Jan. ,1$ segregation.
the directions The 9th seems to be the- Palmer Hoyt, publisher of the Penver POST and S

there to protect day when discreet maneuvers a vice chairman of the ACLU national committee,

the dose or take should said' 'It's incredible that the federal {

without checking highly profitable, to prove yourself government has been a party to this (housing)

says I 'EHAK'F BFFORF < and your pocketbook.You discrimination. By providing its authority, its
I
shake. Don't take funds and its Man-power, the federal government
may now see
your way
uomeone else--this has made it possible for
clear to proceed with many persons in
meat can be I long-term projects, but housing and finance to exercise their own pre- R

medicines out of I there are a few more judices at the expense of the minority group

the cap back on official or emotional members seeking a place to live. *

medicines r
some
hurdles to overcome before ,
air. Keep
any you can be sure of attaining .
instance, putting your final ob-
bottle could
jective (12th). '
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.SOCIALLY SPEAKINGGUINYAKD I' Jax AKA's Wrap Gifts -- -j.f, Jax Leader's I On To New Assignment 'I


3 \,0bISE Trio; SlatedAt # .n&".

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The Jupiter Avenue home of Mr. .and Mrs. J. West provided .
Z
the setting and Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons was r, A&TGREENSBORO

hostess when Entre NouseBrldge Club met last-week-end. {
N. C. 'l'beMitchellRuff '
lirs. Frances Johnson Miss Mozelle Br ton, and Miss -'r +
i Trio, a
group
Lauretta Jenkins qualified for club prizes. Other
which has gained high pre-
participants in the
meeting included Mrs. Charlotte
stige as of modern
exponents
Stewart, Mrs. Doris Bennett Miss Ruth M., Broome Mrs. ty zzwiTIpIa" at"A & T I

Camilla Thompson, firs. Lillie B. Blackshear Miss (College Saturday, December I

;Theora Leggins and Mrs. Helen Hart. s f.1 9.The F,4- r,

concert has been set
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for Harrison Auditorium
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S .'4d beginning at 8 P. M.
Mrs. Helen Gregory was hostess .when. Les unes Cbarmante" The group, composed of I'

'Bridge Club -met in the home of Mr. and Mrs.' Albert Dwike Mitchell Jackson-

Mackey. ...
OA ville, Ruff, on the bass 3ey
Mrs. Norma White and mrs. Prise ill a' Brown qualifiedfor ANNUAL PROJECT: Members of Jax Gamma Rho Omega_ Chapterof violin and French horn and

prizes. Alpja Kappa Alpha Sorority recently completed one of Charles i
Smith, drummer, has
Alma their annual projects Xmas gifts for Tuskegee Veterans
Mrs. Daniels Mrs. Betty Session Mrs. Arnetta been applauded for its
Walker Mrs. Charlotte Administration patients. The gifts will be on displayat
Bostick, and Mrs. Joyce. Lawson creative style, not only in Vi
were among others present. the hospital gift shop and the veterans may choose
modern jazz, but in the
any items which they wish to send their families as
classics as well. ,
holiday gifts free of charge. The project is carried on
All of the members are
under a nationwide basis by local chapters under direction -
Mi's Juanita Wyatt and gr$. 'Vet rice Williams, Mrs. f1 1auonal parent organization, university trained. Mitc- \

v Thomasina ccarlin, and Miss Eunice Coker as guest Alpha Sorority. Gamma Rho sorors completing Alpha'XabpSj wrapping' hell and Ruff joined up as i ,u } ,

plByers 'entertained Fleurs Whist Club students at Yale University,
she Les
when '
: are; Miss Estelle Williams, basileus, (left) Mrs.
[38 recently. Mrs. McFarlin was the happy recipient of the Louise Durden, and Mrs. Mattie Campbell. the latter receiving the

guest prize. Master of Arts degree, and

Mrs. Myrtle Turner and Mrs Irma Villarin were winnersof (Royal Art Studio Photo) Smith attended Columbia Uni
club prizes. r versity. Mitchell has also aYrw

Members present in addition to prize winners included studied at the Philadelphia. i :

Mrs. Betty Belton, Miss Estelle w Williams, Mrs: Ruby BIRTHSMr. Jaxon Receives .Musical Academy. y i I
The group was organized in
Dwight mrs. Faye Helm, Mrs. Helen Grimes Mrs. S
.
Dorothy Dunlap an4 ,Mrs., Doris Scott. and Mrs. William Fraternal Award 1955. SAYS/FAREWELL: Major Lawrence D. Spencer, retiring professor -

Alston, 1195 W. 21st. St. The concert here is a fea- of military science, in charge of the U. S. Army
TALLAHASSEE -- Alpha Eta tured attraction of theCollege' POTC
Detachment
i Boy. at A and T College gives his farewell
and
Beta Lambda R
Mr. and Mrs. James Finney, Sigma s winter lyceum message at a ceremonial review held in his honor at the
j Chapters of phi Beta Sigma
Mrs. Johnnie Robert, president of Les Elites Bridge 6013 Hardy St. Boy. Fraternity, Inc. presented series. College on Tuesday. He has held the post at A and T

Club, served as hostess when the group met recentlyat Mr. and Mrs. Asa Taylor social action 'S'sr.- 11- since 1958.

the Lincoln Golf and Country Club. 4213 Lockhart Dr. Girl. Florida A &: M awards University to a 11Weciciiiiir At his right is Dr. Samuel D. Proctor president of the

Mrs. Virginia Gray, Mrs. Ann McIntosh, Mrs. Vermal Mr. and Mrs. Luther Walker student and, .faculty member L:;. College.

McCone, Miss Anna B. Minatee, and Mrs. Mitchell were 733 Ct. F. Girl. during its National Social == 11 _.

among members present. Mr. and. Mrs. Ike Porter. Action and Education :=--::. :: ::. PATRONIZE FLORIDA STAR
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1548 Steele St. Boy. program held here recently. s
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Sapp E. Lee. Jr., Madison H ts., ADVERTISERSSpend (
Percy Goodman
of Panama. .Va., 26 and Gloria J. Harley, DC-
3572 McCoy Blvd. Apt.C. City, president of the. troit, Mich., 20.

Mrs. Lydia Sweet Mrs. Dorothy Sweet, and Mrs. Norma Girl. A &: M Student Government Haxel Alexander, Jr., 1120

White were hostesses to the most recent gathering of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Alexander Association, and.Rev. C. C. Kent Davis, 750 St.,Court 32 and B, Bloggett Willie ,Mae 39.

the Silhouette Club. The meeting was held at 6042 1776 Nash Rd. Girl. Cunningham, director of theA Bobby L. Jones 911 Van Your Holidays at the Beautiful

Ribault Road. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Banks, & M placement bureau, Buren, 28 and Estonia Dav' ,'1771'

Mrs. Alma Johnson was high scorer in the Whist group, Rt. 9, Box 418 H. Boy. were the recipients of the Powhattae, 22.

while Mrs. Margaret Starkes led the list in the bridge Mr. and Mrs. Otis McCray awards.A. Henry Lawson, 4950 40th St DOLPHIN CLUB AND
Circle 66 and Mary L. Campbell, MOTOR HOTEL
session. 1158 E. 3rd St. Boy. B. Williams, president 4950 40th St. Circle, 55.

The business session was highlighted by a visit from Mr. and Mrs. Franz Gibson Collier-Blocker John H.. Odom, 1549 Clarkson-

two representatives of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. Mr. 1650 W. 9th St. Boy. College Palatka, urged junior the ;St.Clarkson, 23 and St.,Beatrice 21. Green' 1549' ON JEKYLL ISLANDGA..

Samuel Williams and Mr. George Starkes. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Cobb students to grow up and Nelville G. Tulloch, 5 Wood-

Mesdames Norma Bland Delores Mitchell, Hadassah 1751 Mt. Herman St. Boy. emancipate themselves ford St., Kingston, Jamacia 21 DANCING X, tk SEVEAhDXMA S
from NIGHT
and Anita T. AND
Young, 1035 West
Bollard Ann McIntosh Mrs. Hannah Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Flem- NEW YEAR'S
Mrs. Jones home. The speaker suggested Monroe S t., 18. EVE AND! NEW YEAP'S fiGHT I
Betty Howard, Mrs. Glorida Parsons Mrs. Alma Johnson, ing 2096 McQuade St. that parents should with- Daniel W. Bell, 811 Kings Rd., PRIVATE PARTIES AND CLUP
cPc
UPS
Mrs. Margaret Starkes Mrs. Almira Wilson, Mrs. Vir- Girl. draw-all hel !Students' 30 .,and 32.Lewis. Emily Mims, 811 KingsRd. INVITED -

ginia Mathis, and Mrs. Geneva Henderson were among Mr.. and Mrs. Henry McCray at the senior college level. J. Howell, 1312 Fla. Ave. LOW WINTER RATES*UNQER NEW
members present in addition to the hostesses. 1772 McQuade St. Boy. 'Students should_ make wise 27 and Margaret O. Hicks, 1345 MANAGEMENT
Steele St, 21.
s use of their time, he Henry J. Perry, 1428 Kings

I WAC Recruiter said. 'Time'' lost cannot-- be Road 1400 ,W.28 26th and St Betty, 18. J. Ingram, CALL OR WRITE : HE 5-2273 or NE 5-9986
regained, .he added.
Mesdames Sheffield Solomon and Smith were hostesseswhen {
Edward Levine of Jackson- :
local Alpha Kappa Alpha sorors met recently in the -
Visits College: ville received
the educa-
home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin White 6042 Ribault Road. How
tion award. The '61 themeof to give
The meeting was opened with the singing of the .
-- First Lieu- the faternity is
chapter song, composed by Mrs. Louise Sheffield, TALLAHASSEE Meeting
tenant Mattie V. Parker, a the Challenge of New Leader- finer-
C.followed Solomon.by a very impressive meditation by Mrs. Ruth career guidance officer of ship.' tasting Jchenley 3 ways:

"The order of business the Women' Army Corps, :Airman
centered around coming Founder's J. A. West
& M Unif
visited Florid{ A :
Day observance. Committee-chairman for the event ,
assigned members to duties for the joint Founder's Day versityrecently to advise Visits Parents Here

20th Anniversary and "A. K. A. Week' celebration. young women of the many Airman Third Class Joel ..
A. .
offered by
Interesting reports on the 1961 Boule held in Detroit opportunities Weston spent the r ".r
the Women'-s Army Corps for recent
were given by Mrs Frma Word and Mrs. Ruth Solomon. holidays visiting his
and satisfying
Mrs. Laurice Howard, a recent graduate of Bethune- secure parents, Mr. and Mrs. JoelA. ...

Cookman College, and Suror Wanda Donaldson of the careers. West Sr. of 3029 Jupiter.

Edward Waters" College stuff were welcomed to the Avenue. He left Mondaytto

charter. her members present included Mesdames Mabel FAMU Grad Joins resume studies at the ;

Wright Elizabeth Jasmin Evelyn Smith, Betty Howard School of Technology 11(2)L.( )
at .________
Winina Britt Erma Word, Psfralee Davis, Guelda White Hospital StaffNEW Shephard Air Force "Base, vV

Mattie Campbell Elizabeth Redding Norma White where he is stationed. He

Louise Durden Alma Daniels, Johnny Cowart, Mary Jones, has recently completed w:
YORK CITY N. Y. -- a
Mary Lucille Harper Jolita Simmons, Wanda Mitchell course-in electronics and trE ,
Miss Virginia Rogers of
Nellyvonne Russell, Annie Williams, Camills Thompson, finished second in
his
dayton, Ohio, a' 61 gradu-
and Norma White were among others participating in the class. .
ate of Florida A &: M uni- enl
meeting. versity, has been employedat Airman West completed his Th

I the New York Hospital in high school studies at Neq .
the food and nutritiondepartment. Stanton and Northwestern '
"
'Society has gone bowling After a visit to +-"-,
'High -Schools, and is a
Jac sonville's newest and largest facility I
can
understand the attraction that it holds for those who Miss Rogers is in charge member of St. Pius Catholic .:_= ((3))
Church.
His
visit the lanes daily. of the main kitchen which brothers
meals Richard and Bobbi West are ., .
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-- serves 7,000 daily. '
.
The. food and nutrition wellknown members of Jax : h$
set. TTrIV
major does administrative younger

duties in checking the pre- SometimesBABY .
paration of, foods
specifications and accordingto seeing NEEDS ALAXATJTVE ..,.> .:: ;:.%W .:: .;.." :> ,; :>:'".; ",:;;...:.. ".>!.n:. Ji: .;". ;

that the production: of food TOO ."::.;';:: .< 'Vi:!': 4y/S 0::.;".

is served as ordered.A 4i t3 : lIS .. A4
.
F r r r 60 TMTB. modien lure r*>
former New York Hospital Jfel on g eotl*-BABY EASE Plan
'.at feudsc. to rire .
limdd.
CMy *eg.
intern herself, she now Ubl.par."BABY EASE bri,!
orientates dietetic Internsion ,comfort wfchrat Wndfaj. BABY
'EASE fee net contain opiates f4 4' _
! the large scale produc- I laud.... Ak TOOT dreffbtt ortveac f Lw +-
tion of food. .for the 'l.. Ja1 babies Uuti, : ,,
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extra
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gray hair. ..insist on the long-laating ha&color_ I ((2)) In new gift-pack: two Schenley fifths to make you" twice the thoughtful giver.
in the famous mr package-Oodefroy's

Larieuse. It's easy'to apply, .':!complete in think young. _. 4:1- ((3)) By the case-the special,smart way for your very special,V.I.P. list. :
one package-there' nothing eUe to buy. .

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f_ YVMY a.z $ COLORS 100 months to be exact,then blended with choice grain neutral spirits.

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:Woocfawlt Principal Cowart Is' Recipient. Of Top Award


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Church Not*' (;.i.. CHURCH NEWS

By L. N. Pearson Sr. .

The Senior Choir met

Thursday, Nov. '30 at 8 p.m. ,
..' w
in the inner sanctaury of '," .., 'f;

,the, church and voted

'unanimously to give $75.00to District 20 of Mt. Ararat Baptist Church will present

the church for com- ? '1.; n .. f 1 1f Matthew W. McCoy and varioux choirs and musical groupsof

pleting the remodeling of 1....J' t ofJ'I the city in a muscial recital Dec. 11 at 8 p.m. in

the Westminster Hut at the t the auditorium of the church.

new church site on 3066 Miss Margarite Dennis, president, has invited all

Woodlawn Rd. This Hut is musical groups. i

being used temporarily for
a 6- a
the church school in that

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area.
1 Revival meeting will begin Dec. 11 in the Holy Taber-
Since this is a worthwhile 1
nacle of the Lord Jesus. 9th and Pearde streets.
project Mack L. ,
Speakers for the service are: Minister George y;. Hendon.
Hayes, assistant superin-
4 42+ Minister Roosevelt Davis Deacon Marshal Richardson,
tendent of the Sunday
Norma Buxton. and Lillian Knox. Apostle P. L. Davis
School, has gladly and
will give the closing sermon.

do willingly the work'volunteered without pay.to 1, -, ... ;.' 'itti
:; a a
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Therefore volunteers, we are from callingfor the T'5 a '; : -j :*, ij 'J\\ ,: 4't r'

: Choir 2 of Simpson Methodist Church will be presentedin
men of the church to as- yor
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the annual Christmas musical Pec. 10 at 7 p.m. in
sis Mr. Hayes to complete "
Ii, the auditorium of the church. .
this work on Dec. 16 i gILrL
___ The group is under the direction of Justice r-avis and

Anyone wishing to help .... 'Wk_ will be featured in the traditional Christmas Carols s n/l
in this work please call.L. -
r hymns.
N. Pearson Sr. ELgin r 7rp -
All choirs and singing groups of the city have been

6-7917. t1 t- Y invited to cone out and witness the Christmas event.Completion .
Rev. F. D. .Wilson pastor

will preach the 11 a.m. a a a .

service Sunday. The com- !! ,__ __ J .....-: U}j_ .

bined church choirs will
of final plans for the annual ven'.s ray observance
support the rites with DUVAL BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION officials, guests, and school instructors gathered in Douglas Anderson's

cafetorium to honor Chester A. Cowart who has been cited will be held Sunday morning when the ren of
Mrs. Rudyne Watson at the Principal as "Duval Principal of the Year.

organ. Top photo shows program participants listening attentively to Dr. Ralph M. Dreger, a member of the school Bethlehem Baptist Church hold a general session.

Sunday School will beginat 'board as he gives main address. In bottom photo left Principal Cowart is warmly congratulated by Dr. Sunday's services will begin with Funday school at

9 a.m. at the old site Dreger. Center scene. Principal Cowart received school scroll with' names of teachers and students from Ben 9:30 a.m. with Deacon F.. Sawyer in charge. Morning
at 11 At 3:30 District 2
worship begins a.m. p.m.
State and Laura sts. at Davis Student Council president. Photo right, Dr. James Huger Bothune-Cookman College presidential ,

9 a.m. with .T. V. Hugerin .assistant tenders principal Cowart with gift from the college. will host the districts mass meeting.

charge. Church schoolat ( Baker Photos)
a a a
the new site 3066

Woodlawn Rd. with Rev. Youth OrganizeSoci ELKS Program Re*. E. J. River'sAddressed r Holy Communion will be obserbed 'Funday afternoon in

Wilson in chrr e, will Mothers 1
l Club ClubThe i Rnmanuel Baptist Church. Forest and Corelnnd sts. with
'also begin at 9'a.o.. Memorial DayThe
The Socialeers, a new teen- Rev. S. L. Badger. pastor, in charge. Major services
Midweek service will beheld '. Elect
age club was recently organized -: Brewster Men's Club OfficersAnnual will be served by the combined choirs and usher boards.
Wednesday at 7:30 program committeefor
and held its election : had as its guest speaker
consisting of I Memorial Day servicesof
p.m. con- of officers at St. Stephens. last Sunday Rev. Eddie J. a a aw.
-
ventional prayer serviceand A. M. E. Church. Maceo Lodge No. 8 and '
Rivers, Jr. pastor of election of .
the study of the Life The club gave a party last Pride of Maceo Temple 186
Ebenezer Methodist Church. officers featured the Rev. A. F. Cummings, pastor, and the congregation of
of Christ. Choir rehearsal Saturday at the home of Mrs. has chosen the Pev.
The newly assigned pastorto recent meeting of the west Union Baptist Church will participate in services
will be held in the sanc- Carrie Adams, which was the Charles B. Dailey pastor
Ebenezer came to Jack- Brewster Mother's Club Friday night in Second Bethel Raptist Church. Usher
taury at 8 p.m. Thursday.All first activity of the new- of First Baptist Churchto
sonville from Daytona Beach which was held in the home Board 1 and the Gospel Chorus will serve. renconess
choir members and club. deliver the sermon
formed
ly and he comes to Jacksonville of Mrs. Fannie Jones. Board 2 will meet Funday in the education building. Mrs.
Persons wishing to become' Any person interested in, Sunday at 3 p.m. in the
as an experienced Fleeted were: Mrs. J. ?. Gussie Collier will entertain the Young Matrons nt 4n.n. ,
members of the combined joining the club"may cont- auditorium of the Rlks
pastor despite his youth- Davis, president; Mrs. in her residence, 29F3 r. 5th Ft.District .
church choir are urged to act Evelyn Baker, Audrey Building, 713 W. Duval
: ful looks. He is a fluent Anna Wells, secretary;
be present. Lawrence or Wilton Brae Ftreet. .
speaker. Mrs. Clara Carter, assistant a a a
at 1424 Johnson Street. The second Sunday has
The members of the club, secretary; Mrs.
been designated as the
visiting friends and Fannie Jones, chaplain; 5 of Ft. Matthew Raptist Church meets Funday
regular day to observe the
hospital officials were .Mrs. Davis Anderson at 3:30 p.m. with Mrs. Millie Grant 1602 V. 24th Ft.
most solemn service to be
Chiropractic highly impressed with the treasurer; Mrs. Alma An after service musicale and literary program will bel.ttie
S conducted by the Elks
throughout the juris- message delivered by the Watson, financial secretary sponsored by the Billing Corkers with Mrs.

diction.' speaker. ; Mrs. Orzala Burgess, right Mrs. Thelma Nixon, ,and Mrs. F. Pyles. directors.Applied .

Superintendent Dozell business manager, and Mrs.

Health Clinic Music for the service Varner of the Boys Parental Mae B. Allen, reporter. a a .
will be furnished by the
Home was a visitor at the Business meetings are -
Choral Group of Pride of a --- --
meeting. He expressed a delight scheduled each Monday
Why Kidney Disorder ? Maceo Temple No. 186. The
in being there and following the first Funday
choir of First Baptistwill
By >)r S. Cohen said he was impressed with at 7:30 p. m. in Brewster Christianity Spiritual Temples Inc.
its
If you were brought into this world a normal person-' accompany pastor the work the Brewster Men Hospital. ,
have as the guest choir of the t I I Presents
you everything within your body to keep
you are doing.
Choral Group. The Temple (Mrs. Mae'B. Alien, Reporter -
well-so long as nerve energy is not interfered with. ushers will also be on The Brewster Men's Club ) I I The Man of Deliverance From Coast To Coast

Your kidney was placed there to r. -. --:; also agreed to take partin i I I

do a specific job. When the {' ft tr ..4 ,.4LF '. duty.Dr. the Christmas Seal sale ) 1 Supreme Bishop W. Simes
... Leroy C. Frvin and -. I
nerve energy to this organ is "' and will have charge of a. II
his committee will announce I Whatever Your Problem May Be, Through The Power of God
impaired, disease and pain are corner. The club is
the program later. GOSPEL RECORDSPetaiIWholesale I and Your faith, It Can Be Solved. Holding Services Nightly.
inevitable. Don t be a fool and interested in all projects II
Exalted Ruler Leon E. I i
fool with nature. Heed her that tend to be for the December 10, Thru January 8:00 p.m.
Gonzalez of Maceo Lodge
warnings of pain. Nature is assisted good of humanity. ,
"''"''', and Daughter Ruler HattieI. Pilgrim Baptist Church 4th & Evergreen Re*. L. C.Way, Pastor

by your Chiropractor fin James of Pride of Maceo We Handle All Lines Spiritual Advice Daily: 10 a.m. to Noon 3 p.m to 6 p.m.
such cases who assembles to 2nd Bethel
DR COHEN Temple are emphasizing 738 W. Monroe St. Information Phone EL 6-7183
her forces to restore the lost \
that attendanceat
the groups Plans Pastor's Write For Free Catalogue
her forces to restore the lost healthy kidney. Find the Memorial services' "

out now if you are a Chiropractic case. is requested.A 3rd Anniversary


special invitation is The' third anniversary of CHOICE GOSPEL CENTER ..- .. ,-. _." '.
(One of a series of articles published in the public for the families of
given the Rev. J. C. Williams as BOX 5021 NEWARK N.: J.
interest to explain and illustrate the practice of deceased members to attend pastor of Second Bethel .

Chiropractic, written by Dr. S. Cohen whose office is the services. The public is Baptist Church 5th and

located at 2928 N. Myrtle Avenue at the 20th Street also invited. BlueSt{ ets will beginDec. fP Sl Q1
4 a 6 p.m. I ;
Expressway. Telephone El 6-5068.)
The services will termi- Y now its

Clinic hours .mite Dec. 10 with various '. f'

ministers and their con-

MONK 9 AM-12 NON THURS 9AM-12 .RoyalCTOWn gregations in charge. All HAMPTON Pepsi

TUES Cola ministers are asked. to OOOUSEu.
WED/ .
please bring choirs and Villas

F RI 2 PM-6. PM SAT. 8 AM 12 NOON ushers. StH i U i 1-\II./( t>t nit; MM {II for those

.HIGtT.ClUB. Dancing and
who think
Entortoinmtnt Swimming' young
fool and Patio a AH Rooms
with Private Tile Both C l.. sss r -
Shop and totlauranf Con
: v.nE.: Holt nil PAIRING i

MIAMI, fix
COt N.W.27th AVI. .
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A..r_.Ea..q Cao4Wrt f.n. .
-- (or Cob.tract***.. I teii t gag9moeg&t I JA QJVILLE, FORIDA.

: GRAY HAIRS need worry you no more ,

t{; .:::7 TO'HAMPTON: w...L etrn.dl'a :
EAU DENNA
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4 r haven already dOne it! No need however, to fret and fuss' 1 DEPT." 2 j' hilt covor vror...,U 1...39...*.. oo Mid. I
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*o* world koow It .r wo roT.
about: traffic and parking problems. You an shop downtown 4200 N. W. 27th AVE. lip:.1. Oo. pplkcriM with ....M1 bttMh N
tw. doM it. N. peeL N..ww.CAN
_,, for everything by riding a safe convenient and comfortable MIAMI FLORIDABE ANYONE SAVE TIME AND PUT MONSY1 IT ON...AT swig HO MlTOU ... ,1

.' Jacksonville Coach! Ride IN coach downtown-and then pott TOMkoir .o* *eee dy.d. to..o. II ..*
id UHM mI..d uIaUr....-.*...* p .
'' take the fret Downtowner Bus around town itself. SURE TO SEE ot WMforw color if ,. o..-.d. racy

} 1 I SWINGING AFFAIRS /tt w3 Will oot rwt HOT..TURN. It. MOT HAIR o* oorarol UDDISH oioBOES ..... 1 '
It's the easy, safe way-and you'll ran enough by riding .. ....esret. .d ww.i.,1 .
OF 1961 .'...1'w etrei1l I ......Is ......
1 'i' : the coach to help you out with your Christmas shopping. r' ..... Y.. ... t.... -1. .,.,.. ...... ...
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iexas;\ Drops SuitAgainst .Just For FunClub Receives. Vaunted Carnation Milk Award"\\ ISmall- But, Oh,So Wise,4rLL .


NAACP Held., FeteThe km1htai

pALLAS, TEX. The State .
Just-For-Fun' Club t
7] .'T Texas this week conceded
held its regular'm'eetingrecently .
I h."h r
'fat the NAACP had acted H
in the home of
1 Ijgally in the Marshall rrri
Mrs. Geneva HendersQn.i .
sit-ins in 1960. Insurant CawiMlar
i i Following the short ., (
'" ys Old Equity U f Evontton in
larence, A. Laws, theAssociation'
business session roundsof
s southwest '.." ::4 4P' A blown fuse can save you 4'
bridge were played and
I regional secretary, exI money It is a safety device designed ?
refreshments
I Vressed 'gratification, were served. to warn you of dangerous
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t ; ( Prize winners were: Mrs. z" conditions which could cause cost-
r:' 1but not surprise' at the ly fires other
Ora McOueen. first honors; or damage.
1 I statement: of Attorney Gen Mrs. Lena House second When a fuse blows you are being I y
; rat Will Wilson. warned that wiring defective
prize and Mrs. Fannie your is -
4' ;,Mr. Laws added that 'all or that you have overloaded -
I Bradford, third honors.
1\ df the principals in- wr+ a circuit.
E NAACP
Other members present .
had categorically Therefore pay attention to the You re never 100 yuuug lu- learn,
jol-ved were : Mrs. Beatrice 4: warning determine the cause. as this very young lady knows.
Asserted under oath that Williams. Mrs. Edna Lewis correct the situation. And Her Daddy will think fondly of
11 the charges against them herery time he ucel his rotary
I
J Mrs. Edna Izzard. Mrs. above all try to prevent conditions action .pccd,hater.AUTOMATIC .
l,ere 'presumptive and wholly;; which
1 I' Gladys ,Henderson Mrs. might cause a fuse to blow. I
I false.' i Geraldine Hargrave Mrs. < ::J. _

,; Last August, the Texas j Daisy Foster. Mrs. Alveria

investigating committee | Davis. Guests were Mrs. .
All Makes All Models
charged, among other things,
Ora McPueen. Mrs. Delores '
that representatives TRANSMISSIONSADJUSTED
NAACP Shaw, and Mrs. Vivian d
4iad given President T. W. .Robinson. ;' ; OVERHAULED
: Compele Allto Repairs Electicol Systems BaRe R.lillill9'
a Cole of Wiley College at 5
The next
f meeting will be .
t (i!rrshal1. .. Texas $35,000 .v< WA..! Balancing front End AIgllmutw.
held Tuesday Dec. 12 at CiYC A 10.000 MileGrwronlee
r for the purpose of paying \: i With foch
I 11 a.m. in the home of
JfI7!
'fines and to provide bail t .411II Rebui't
Mrs. Gladys Henderson JGuincu.
,for students at Wiley and .' MOTOR MART ti r -'.
609 Carnation Rd. .
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till Xmas 26 inch
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-Theodosia Obiageri Anonye 6-month old
and 'WHAT. NO BIRDIF ? --- petite
i I -iI middleweightdurability daughter of Nigeria's Mr. and Mrs. Archie Anonye seems to be saying as ? )JT
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A Company-donated trophy during recent ,
her mother received her Carnation tT TMHI i i -*
"i' Chrome trim! International Baby Contest sponsored by the Urbanites of the "ashington

i Bey's (D. C. ) Urban League. Making presentation to Mrs. Anonye wife of, an ( I:r
or "
I Girl's American University graduate student is JaMes "Bud" Ward Kendrix
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6 'r. .Organization account associate for the Los Angeles milk firm. Tracy

Ouarrells and Denise Yvonne Jackson "ashington received Carnation Which hdaygrL3ecti0llJ1g LJ

trophies as second and third place winners in the contest of 140 babies.
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CROFT BURNING SANDS' -- These students at A and T College last week were initiatedinto ?
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the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity via Mu Psl Chapter. They are from left to right I
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TOYS HTAILIBHCD Johnny Henderson Sanford Fla. ; Carl Leonard Kinston N. C. ; Trevor Salmon Ja- .fFLORIDA'S
I oooom TARPAULIN HARDWARE CLOTHING SHOES DlsnLUO LONDON lilt ClM IOCX IIUfUl SIMMSOlSTllUOriOUCIlIN .f
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6-O241 maica British Vest Indies; PeCosta Lindsay Oxford N. C. and James Beane L' t. ,90 p.oor.eOIDOIf'S OiY CIK CO.HO.IINDEN.NJ. r J'Q
427 WEST ADAMS STREET TELEPHONE EL Roanoke Va.Hi .. 'it .

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t. I) You Need A CAB A FJNGTON. D.C.Thir* -

t INSIST ON THE teen Florida A and M Uni-

: versity ROTC graduateswere

promoted to the rank
'jtl,f 5d9e4
fJ of captain in the United I

1 states Army here recently.
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i'! New Deal And Lincoln Cabs their lieutenants The following military who named training received first in ., Stagy


it the FAMU ROTC unit were

With The Checker Border included in the Army's
Promotion Selection Board
A Get, In And Out With Grace And Dignity Robert S. Bailey. Ft.:

Pierce Charles W. Bright

Tallahassee Hardy L.


New Deal & Lincoln Cabs Clifford Griffin; James Spain Clearwater A.Jr.Blair. Sanford -; .,, DRIVE IN'LQUOS


Maryville. Tenn. ; Hoxey
I Built For Your Co.mpleleCo.mfort And Safety Byrd Jr. Rarasota. (

Also nigene r.. Cromartie.
j Bonded And Insured Vabasso. Fdward L. Hardy.

f Tarpon springs; Dewitt H. .

Hudson Jr. Cincinnati :
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Ohio; ttilbert L. Jenkins.

Special Reduced Rates <,, McIntosh Nathaniel Keeling -
Tampa James P.

East Of Cleveland. Rd From ; Mitchell Greenville. Ga. ;
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Sub Division To ,Or From Town 50 Cents .' I! and Philadelphia.Legon R. Russell.Pa. J

West Of Cleveland Rd 'To US-7 Or From t t

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Sub Division To Or From Town 75 Cents ,
i. NORTH
-:': Rates Are The Same : Just Opened 1RSr .

.;,.;,.;',( On Regular Pick-Up & Phone Calls r" JO HNN I E' S HOTELAll

kM Modern Conveniences ))
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C ROOBS by Day. Nite. leek

Rates Overnight $2.50

M FOR BEST SERVICE CALL Single or Double OAR SERICEj
Special Weekly a Monthly

NEW DEAL And LINCOLN CO Rates. 'IV /dt
741K W. Ashley St. j sdsa Ave. e. II1
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I .'Placed/ 75f h Among Top Keg/ers/ ) 1ZLIi:1:
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: FISHING NOW'S THE TIME' TO ORDER
I f 1 jl.tA How would'you like to PocahontasBriquetsAnthraciteCoke

own your own private COAL

fishing spot? That's whatwe
CITY-WIDI DELIVERY
WPCmf CORNER said, a fishing hot-
f ALL SEASONS ICE & FUEL GO
1 1 spot all your own, and you
; 5883 NORWOOD AYE. PHONE PO 4-4511 '
... can be sure that the fish I
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HAVE YOU EVER STOOD and watched the golden hues of

sunset as it fades away silently behind the western hDk VSV.S L jj y ". v t 1

hills? Have you ever stood on the beautiful white ; 11 -- : f

.':, :":sands. of a beach in the evening and watched the moon
.,- :- .. DIRECTORY
lo. :; :as play its nimble games upon the ripples of the water, I I1R BUSINESS I
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k pfacdf ,, :: as- you sat with her hands in yours'and listened to the I
: murmuring of the water that seemed to play the harmony JACKSONVILLE, FLOKItiA'- I
The Firms Listed Below and Throughout This Publication Are ReconmendtAs I
'sg J to the musical sound of her soft and enchanting voice ?

f i iegl Have you ever.stood and watched the beautiful snowcapped Reputable Establishments Specializing In Services And Product

countains Colorado? If you have witnessed all s o f'!ss' a.a..x xOCQ y. ..
I r '
xrfJUn of these things and noted their beauty, combine then [ HOTELS MOTELS ROOMS

s4* all into one and there you will have the Continental :,: > t t.r CLEANERS -:- LAUNDERETTES .i -

| Bowling Lanes. n .
A MOTELWe
ol.. IF THE OLD ADAGE IS TRUE that 'A thing of beauty," is a .txCSy" f GOODSON CLEANERS .FIESTA .., ,

OUI a joy forever, then the Continental Bowling Lanes will r.v Aa I Cater To Discriminating Clientele ,I I

n remain a joy for a long time in the minds of the 'w % i: Pick Up and Delivery 2 Locations [REASONABLE RATES-DAY, WEEK or MONTH. ,

hi, citizens of Duval and .
Jacksonville counties.
adjacent vc w 4956 CLEVELAND RD. .......................PO 4-9214 All Rooms Air-Conditioned with T-V i sI<
25kve It is place where friends goes to meet friend, where I
m'n 1056. POWHATTAN ST ......................EL 4-0047 I No Extra Cost
e> wives go to enjoy a happy and peaceful evening with

their husbands, children go to mingle with other yf H J q+? 'w I PRIVATE BATH WITH TUBS & SHOWERS },
h :\ *
It children in a clean and wholesome atmosphere, where c .. I.; 1254 Kings Rd. on U.S. 1 EL 509BORY'S ':I

el babies and little ones can be taken care of in the F FUEL OIL$ .

r proper manner while mother, father brothers and :
MOTEL & RESTAURAN
L BYRD & SONSFUEL
h sisters enjoy the scenery, talking with others and ,
0 f!y ___ I
n bowling. OIL & BOTTLE GAS SERVICEWE Serving Fine Foods-(Bring Your Bottle)

C ANOTHER THING THAT ADDS to the beauty of the place is 2Y s SELL f Clean and Repair ALL MAKES OF,I This Weeks Special-?/* Fried Chicken 75

e moving around of the great throngs and absence of disturbances and.GAS "
OIL HEATERS OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY 1
e no one appearing to be dissatisfied and not SADIE DIXON, one of the nation's top women bowlers -I II
Restlawn Dr. PO 4.9516.7 Ii Rd. PO 5-9503
one seeming to be out of place. It is the constant ,who place sixth in the recent Pennsylvania State 6334 7904_ Kinas J __
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tilt moving around of people to get a retrospective view of Championships entered the annual World Invitational I
I INDEPENDENT OIL CO. Blue Chip & Charlie Ed. Hotels
It the entire place. It is a place where everyone is Tournament in Chicago, Ill. where she placed 15th among

free to live, the ditch digger, the garbage collecter, top contestants. KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY :512 BROAD ST. 635'A W. ASHLE;
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the washer woman, the common laborer, the doctor, the Mechanic On Duty : EL 4-9493 EL 4-9105 \

lawyer, the minister, the professional workers and the

business man, all enjoying themselves on one common ..TJL.TJL I- JAMES FAULKNER, MechanicIKE :I. ..

p b level and everybody happily engaged in the entertain- V rl 1 JOSEPH, ProprietorState JOHNNIE'S ROOMING HOUSE I
Sts. EL 6-9432 ;
w ment before them. Life is one grand sweet song for all. Y and Jefferson

i THERE IS NO NEED FOR ANYONE to go hungry and suffer : ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES )

the agony of miss meal cramps; a place to eat is provided 'TVIn FUNERAL HOMES I II I If I Rooms by Day, Night or Week

for the purpose of taking care of the empty .i.ia i27 West Ashley St. EL 5-4021'-
f s r Andrew J. Huff Funeral Home 1
stomach. The food is handled by neatly dressed !ij ,
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waitresses and clean and careful cooks. The cafeteria ; 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE -- -- .

1 is kept in order and gives an invitation to come in, .c Mary L. Breaker, Mgr. BARBER and BEAUTY SHOPS
sit down and eat. :t
1337 Davis Street EL 4-6896 or EL 4-689*{ O'Neal's Beauty Salon
I 'ONE OF THE MOST INTERESTING PLACES at the Continentalis i l i

the nursery, where mothers can be assured that their 1
Carter's Funeral Home Specialist In Hair Setting-
,4 babies are in safe hands. The little ones themselves i
Styling Cutting Waving Tinting
are perfectly happy within their own rights. They are 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE j
t APPOINTMENTS CALL
unconcerned about the weight of bowling balls, or ,1 L. Davis, L.F.D., Manager FOR
shoes and their cost, or whether or not they will'make -----;------._. ----'....., Sammie EL 4-054* Mrs. Inez O'Neal, Operator ,
FAMU STUDENT EDITORS David White (left), Bartow, and 929 West Beaver Street EL 4-0545 rr '' 6-2945 :
a strike. They are nor worried about how their scores 502 W. 15th St. EL

will compare with the other fellow's bowling. They are Jackie Caynon, Ft. Pierce, discuss problems in graphic

happy and unconcerned about the happenings around them. arts at the Florida A&M University printing department. GROCERIES ROXAL ARf r SllllJiOCIS.E

White is editor of THE FAMUAN, student newspaper, and
THE OFFICIALS AND FMPLOYFFD all join hands to make ,
everyone's stay at Continental enjoyable. They are Caynon is editor-business manager of THF PATTLFR, JENNINGS MARKET : iELEP: 4-'894

willing to answer Questions, ready to give advice and __,,university.earbook. Groceries and Meats i 515 DAVIS S TREE:
information and are at your services to make you wel- JACKSaNVH E. FLA !
Fancy Citrus Boxes .
come. They know everyone who visits the Bowling Lanes 100 PercenfWrongers A&T Receives RESTAURANTS FOODS
will not be bowling, but they do know that everyonewho Bonded and Licensed Shippers

visits the Continental is a public relation officer Cite Nuclear Grant. 1767 Kings Rd. EL 54278DrugsSundries Bubba's Coffee Shop I I

r I within himself. Everyone who goes to look around and I !1

mingle in the crowd has a wife,* or husband son, or Greensboro N. C. A&T HOME COOKED FOODS

daughter, sweetheart or friend and to be kind to all FAMU Teams College has been awarded a Mrs. Daisy Ford, Prop. i ii

it is pushing the interest of the Continental it takes grant of $10,858 by the Inc. i, \ I
Jerico Pharmacy, OPEN 24 HOURS
ability to handle huge crowd and the officials and Atlanta Ga.--The high United States Atomic Energy I 4-9701'', I

-.workers at Continental now their business. scoring, underfeated 'Ratt- Commission for the purchaseof We Fill Any Doctor's PrescriptionFREE 617. West Ashley Street -- EL ---)1 I iBerthas

IF THERE IS ANYONE IN THP CITY who has not visited the lers' of Florida A&M Uni- special laboratory equip- Pick Up and Delivery Service Restaurant1'\\

Continental Bowling Lanes, they should take just a versity, Tallahassee, have ment to be used in new nuclear On Prescription Bar-B-Q & \,

lit 1 e time out and pay it a visit. Those of you who been intercollegiate foot- science programs. PHARMACIST ON DUTY SOUTHERN HOME COOKING j
.can really appreciate beauty should visit this place of approval ; 'II
ball champions for 1961 by Announcement STEAKS, CHOPS & SEAFOODS
... -beauty. The place of beautiful employees, beautiful .. The 100 Per Cent Wrong Club of the grant wa"s made on 'Hours 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Daily I
EL 4.9583IVORY'S
beautiful behavior, beautiful women and 951 West Ddvis Street EL 19268LILLYS I 824 W. Beaver
surroundings, of the Atlanta Daily World. saturday November 18, by I
.handsome men. "A thing of beauty is a joy forever. While announcing Florida's Dr. Samuel D. Proctor, : BARBecUE-j

= s- selection to receive The W. president of the College. DRUG STORES
V He said the request 'had'been & RESTAURANT ,Ii
A. Scott II Memorial line ofCOSMETICS' I
=a- granted on the basisof A Complete i CHOPS CHICKEN, SEAFOODS !
Trophy, symbol of the chazn- STEAKS ,
YOU ABE ILL the need of additional GOODSt.'CANDIES I :
WHEN RUBBER
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You Seek Th Beat Doctor highly technical equipment
Club president, reported SUNDRIES l -
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When Your Doctor PrttcxfbM, important."'to new courses
Get Experiences Phirrn that Head Football Coach being offered by the CollegeDr. Prescriptions Called for and Delivered t MOM'S KITCHEN
To Fill Your Prescription* ., John Merritt, Jackson State I OPEN 24 HOURS 7 DAYS A FFK
According To ,Your Doctor i i College, Jackson Miss., Gerald A. Edwards, 1907 Kings Rd. EL 5-8276 A COMPLETE DINNER FROM 50* UP

Orders. We U. Only has been selected 'Coach of chairman of the A&T Chemis- .. ,, Mr. Louis Ford Mgr.

Th Best Quality Drug* AiDr.. C. E. BlaokProprietor try Department and author 01 Res. 5-4220i
the Year' for the closing MER VONS PHARMACYFree 1285 Kings Rd. EL 4-932J EL
season. The 'Tigers' of the proposal, said the funds ,
to be used to purchase and Service -
are Pick Up Delivery
Jackson State College (9-1- Place
PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOULILLY'S John Springleton's
3 REGISTERED 'several items' of new type
'0), will Feet FAHJ (9-0-0) For All Your Drug Store Needs
equipment which will be SPECIALIZING IN FRIED CHICKEN
Blossom
DRUG. STORE in the Orange in I. D. HARRIS, RPH., Prop.
Classic at Miami, December used especially coursesof and ALL TYPES OF SEA FOODS
radio-chemistry and 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.-7 Days a week '
Open
9.
1907: Kings Road ELgfe 34S3W Scott Trophy honors radioisotopes techniquesand -2619.- KING' AVE., _.....- FL 9-9295
A COMPLETE LINE OFsCotmeUcs S. The 2735 W. Edgewood Ave. '
Bubbt Goods Cfedto SrmdrisH the memory of W. A. Scott, applications. f
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOB AND DELIVERED II, founder-publisher of Dr. Edwards added that the Phones PO 582-PO 59267WILLIE Fhone EL 4-1735-All Wok Guaranteed

.. ) the Atlanta Daily World, courses in radiochemistrywill
Custom Tailoring Made Expressly for You''
be to studentswho
starring quarte- open
who was a SMITH STORES
back and an All-American at are advanced majors in Satisfaction Guaranteed

III Morehouse.TOOTHACHE. chemistry and others who Drugs, Cosmetics, Notions, Gifts

have sufficient backgroundin and School Supplies
Sundries ,
REED TAILORS
chemistry and physics.
S 601 WEST ASHLEY STREET ,- EL 4.1380
*. The course in _radioisotopes Alterations Done
$ Don't suffer needlessly. Get speedy r Neatly
4 fief front fallactint throbbing ORA-JEk'pam'al1lcaes of toothachewith >. is open, also, to studentsin 1230-1232 FLORIDA'AVE. EL 6-9762 Prices Reasonable

in seconds- GuaranteedifcTJjr: other fields and to interested -
or money bacfc.All drug stores.MAi/ -:
$ SS persons in the IMPERIAL, SUNDRIES .... 519 BROAD STREET JACKSONVILLE FLA.

ODlDuni Patent Medicines Cosmetics .
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,: BROAD & ASHLEY El 4-2159

MAKES SKIN BLEACHES V J MOTHER E. M. JONES

11 OLD FASHIONED : tIIIJaa" f a., KOZY KORNER SPIRITUAL ADVISOR

: SUNDRIES FOUNTAIN SERVICE Service
Every Thursday p.m.

S424.tona. +qdJ j i NOTIONS GIFTS LUNCHES 432 W. UNION ST. EL 4.0269
PATENT MEDICINES ._
j1iowit I
ottta V Cor. 8tfi DavisV EL 465312'h CHERRY'S BAR

lightens dark spots & Moncrief PO 5-9561
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**. perfect powder Pepsi > & Cocktail Lounge
base msoSd .
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1 Where Old Friends t Meet
Star Advertisers : .., ;-.: -. -;,. tB43 KINGS RD.-EL 3-809*'
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TURDAY. DECEMBER .9, 1961 ,FLORIDA- STAR PAGE 7


Hi Rattlers Pair Off Against Jackson ,1n; _29th 0 B Classic Saturday


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; Rattlers Network Davis Wins'Heisman
Could
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Stations Handling Trophy I


; Nation's Ranking Negro OB Classic GameThe NEW YORK-Ernie Davis., All- :

G American halfback at Syracuse -
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) following is a listingof who topped the i
,D BY ALYSON E. WISE
the radio stations which school's rushing record
i,
i,1. will broadcast a play by set by Jim Brown of the f
,Florida A. and University rampaging Rattlers
M.
account of the Orange Cleveland Browns has I
: e pitted against another tartar this year when Blossom Classic national
been named the winner of
ace the Jackson State College Tigers from
championship football game
the 1961 Heisman Ve-norial
1Lss.:\ Saturday night in the 29th annual ,j
between the Florida A. and
Award as the opt :*' 'ding.,
j if: the Orange Blossom Classic for the '61, I
V. Rattlers and the Jackson
football pi aye! nhe :
national title. Some 50,000 fans t
?egro colleges'
State College Tigers country. t
:if pected for the spectacle slated in Miami's a
Saturday night at the Davis who totaled 2.386
:: segregated seating Orange Bowl. Orange Bowl, Miami. Start- I
yards in three varsity
)J Unbeaten and untied FAMU ing time is 8 p.m. seasons to top the 2,091
t Rolled ruthlessly through seven touchdowns They follow
) : Syracuse record set by

K a If our college conferences yards.. ]HC, JacksonvilleWAME. Brown narrowly defeated
( n amassing 480points'bile What- makes Miami Ohio State fullback Bob

11\ yielding a sparse night's game an WIRK West Palm Beach Ferguson in close voting I
( tb their this .
opponents
f5 setup on paper is the 4 WROD. Daytona by 840 sports writers and j I
(lear for a 54.6 point-
r that FAMU has won but y WTAL. Tallahassee broadcasters throughoutthe I
;i: verage per game. of eight encounters .... WBOP. Pensacola nation.
In their 9-0-0
completing
SWAC teams. The TOUT. Gainesville The fleet Syracuse flash
; ecord for '61, the Gaith-
last SWAC WTMC, Ocalff' was the 27th winner and
rode roughshod
rmen
f Prarie View which WIMP Tampa the first Negro winner of
hrough its own Southern 28-7 victor in the 1 WERD, Tampa the coveted award whichis
L R Athletic
ill ntercollegiate Orange Blossom WCBF Jackson Miss. presented by the Down-
onference, and reient- Carolina College at The networth staff will town Athletic Club.A .

i essly cut a wide swath a- SEASON RECORD FOR 13-0 on Thanksgiving consist of Jack Edger, total of 179 voters I

;ainst hapless opponentsn FLORIDA A. AND -! award, for the play by play announcer; named Davis as the tom
the Midwestern Athletic Richard ilkins (31) and Abram King, sideline and player. He also received

Association, Central 52 Benedict counterparts Fugene Cam- halftime features, and 103 second place votes

Intercollegiate Athletic I 39 LincolnMo. ) pre-game ceremonies at Adrain (Ken) Knight, commercial and 81 third place votes
SSOciation, and the South- 56 Morris Brown in 1960 by the Alumni sand highlights. for a total of 824 points.

estern Athletic Associa- 76 Bethune of Bottlers Three points were alloted

tion.t 60 S. C. State award. Donald. Thomas NCC Ernie,"Will Live, for a first place vote

l'- / The Tiger juggernaut, 32 N.C. A. and named outstanding players two for second and one

r'1 coached by John Merritt, 71 Allen U. !eau for third.

iwon 9 while 1 losing one 46 Southern U. Says Official Ferguson also a Negro,
,I tin racking up the current 48 Texas Southern I Louis Seeks received 122 firstplaceand

.SWAC title. Merritt's Cl'ICAOO In case clubsin a total of 771 points.

I:< squad piled up 211-points 480 To Stage Bouf the major leagues ere Sandy Stephens, a third

,H while\ surrending 81 to interested, here's news Negro, barely missed third
1{' their opponents. Jackson's JACKSON STATE LOS ANGFIJFh i 1 e l for them: place. He is the Minnesota

!> lone loss was by a 17-7 seeking permission fro Coach Alvin Tappe. one quarterback.
I
I tally administered them '20 Prarie View the Coliseum Commissionto of the Chicago Tubs four

\ by Southern U. 39 Miss. pronote a fight involving rotating managers told a

I However, they dropped 19 Arkansas Sugar Ray Robinson recent meeting of the

:;I six conference opponents 28 Alcorn A.and Joe Louis was told that he Quarterback Club that, WATCH THIS CLOWN
i including 1960's co-SWAC 7 Southern must first make appli 'Frnie was l born and

f : champs Grambling College 14 Grambling : cation with the Ftate raised a Cub and he'll 74-93-5

:; and Prarie View A. and 20 Wiley Athletic Commission. live and die c 29388529Sometimes
i I M. College. 12 Texas Although Robinson's .This meant that the rubs
The Tigers are rated a 78 Texas opponent has yet to be don't intend to trade or

passing team which also 12 Tennessee named 'it is believed to sell the slender luggerTappe's ':
:! blinds with effective
an be Peter Mueller of reference to :
running attack. Already
269 Germany. r.anks being born c Cub I
spotted as a marked man
stained fron; the feet that 14--93..5 :
will be their perrenial
The Rattlers, he never played a day of S :
572 .55 .27
All-American, 6-2 end, Threat
under Coach Jake Scoring minor league baseball.
Willie Richardson, who he's up
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the
enter Saturday SS coning directly to Sometimes he's down !
although a junior, was 'S'S $ ">i"f
; classic with 137 Cubs froM the Negro He adds, subtracts I
I named to a National Negro He works It all around :
against 21 defeats American League's Kansas
'|I weekly's top teams in both ties. Coach City uonnrciis. THIS CLOWN I
his freshman and sophomore
Tigers have a I IS WATCHING I
I years. Richardson, set to .
record of 50 a.'G 19 0--52
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i 30 defeats and 4 .. I
this year, set a new NAIA ---
pass-receiving record and Rattlers possess a b You Don't Have to' Go to Town to Get
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We/come/ Ma Cancer. Expert::1 .. l1stalloCere AI pny r Honorees- Fine ArtsConservatory Close One i il

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IIIA1II -- The proverbial I ,Moves,

'welcome oat is dusted off Dr. Bernard Naylor Into ,

and everything Is In readiness assistant professor of
t New Rib
; for the members of the Pathology, University of, HomeTheir

working press expected in Michigan is scheduled to,. .v rh 4jEw
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town this, weekend to, cover transfer to the \
friends and the gen-
the 2'9th annual orange Papanicolaou Research
eral public will be pleasedto iii.T
Blossom Classic and Institute of Miami wherehe
know that, 'at long last*
Festival. will .crnrinct further
Press headquarters will%be studies ? ? the Fine Arts Conservatory
on a special can-
located in a traditional' cer research? project j, a non-profit music, dance,

,spot--Room 243 .at.,'the Sir In recent experiments and art school is now, comfortably -
.
,John Hotel, resort of the Dr. Naylor has found that : f' 1 te situated In its '

stars. Open house for the brain fluids often contain own new building,

visiting members of the cells from cancers which After nine years of opera-

pres-wj1l be held frog tion, the conservatory will
arise in other parts of ,
1:00 p"mV'Fri ay, December F serve both its students and !
the body and eventually 1
8, through Sunday corning, a- friends at 615 N.W. 60th at.fn -
spread to the brain.
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December 10. The announcement was made Sunday afternoon, Dec.

The press will be special by the American Cancer 3, the conservatory auspiciously -. ?.

guests at the ,Pepsi-Cola J dedicated its new
Society which helps __
.Oompan ponspred .Kickoff support such projects M building with a unique and a

Luncheon, Friday at 1:45' under its Cancer Research entertaining Carnival Open

p.m., in the Sir johnflotel. program. y. House hold on its grounds.

announced representativesof From 3 until ciock
A spokesman for the 5 -o' ,
the New York ,firm. Society's Division in WOMEN'S HONOR SOCIETY* -- These are the chartermembers, tapped for the White and faculty members,' students

The Coca-Cola Company of Gold Honor Society installed recently at ,Florida A and M University. They are and guefet+ artist featuredthe
said that
Tampa Dr. :
Atlanta will entertain the Naylor's: .sitting, left to right: Agnes Simmons, Miami; Gracie Lewis, Miami; and Synester concert held in the
should
findings
press representatives covering ', prove valuable in providing Pitts Haines City. Standing, left to-eight: Barbara D. Collier, Pompano- Beach; auditorium.. .Some! of those

the game with a buffet Marva Pieze, Miami; Virginia B. Taylor, Key West and Louise Curry, Tallahassee featured were : Robert I
other answers to some -
perplexing
service ,during the half- Standing in for Lula Burke of Kissimmee is Geraldine Rolle, standing, far,right. Thomas Albert Edelman, I
problems in I' SCCREMAKER Little Jimmy
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time. ._ Philip Aaron. Ruth Green-
Charles Smith III director medicine. Some of these New Life field, and Pamela Harris. esley of Tallahassee por-
J. I[ ForVenezuelan
could be Gibbs Crowns
of public relations; : discovering the I L. Queen Student Woodwind members trays his fancy shooting

source of such vague _--V-- style which sparked his
D. C. Collington assistant heard were: George Simpson
symptoms as unrelenting 3 Oibbs J C Cobras to a 97-90
director of public relations -, Malcolm Whitlow Charlene

; 'Horace Jones, pho- headaches partial The village of Manuare in Greenfield, Tim Greenfield victory over Miami's Dade
and paralysis, nausea vomitingand .Ty the highlands of Venezuela's JC here recently. Wesley
tographer, all of FAWJ; Gergory McCloud, Daniel
other complaints, not Carabobo province is a prosperous scored 19 points in helping
and Kaba-
Cole Joe
Julian place. It's inhabitants are Mellerson, Wendell Graham
ordinarily traced to their R
lair of Venn, Cole ,and healthy and well-housed. Thereis and Jerome Straughter. Gibbs to its season-opening
cause by conventional about them an air of confi- victory.
Associates, the firm retained ,dence in their town and its Doris Pritcher, popular
by A &: M to handle means--other, than by after 41. future.A local and New York thespian (Photo by Ballard)
death autopsy.
classic public relations, few years ago things was a special guest, highlighting -
In his experiments thus were not so pleasant in Ma- .
publicity and advertising, nuare. Then most of its people the program with
far Dr. Naylor has ob-
will be .hosts in the OB lived in miserable shanties. his renditions from the
aired fluid from the c Not a few of them were sick, PATRONIZE
press box during the' Y } I unemployed, or both. Many of 'Three Penny Opera, and
classic. brains of 76patients with the naturally rich fields that 'Mack the Knife role he
serious symptoms for which bound the village lay abandoned. I
: Commerce and new con- performed in most successfully Star \ tiger isr.rs
in many cases, no cause struction at a trickle. ,
FAMU Unit were several years ago in
was traceable. Three of s f1i. Manuare had all the look of ,a .
town up against more than it 'Command Performance.' -
the specimens when viewed
could handle.
,
Joins GroupJERSEY under a microscope showed ,

CITY, N. J. -- The presence of cancer cells. ,

Florida A&it university Reserve :. I These, it was determined .

officers' Training 'had been shed by brain PERSONALITIES PERSONALITIES

Corps Band has been granted metastases ( cancer :: I

charter,membership in the colonies) from tumors t. oJ

V National. Band Association.The which first had arisen in

National ROTC Band the, lungs and skin.

Association is a newly organized -,

association North Dade To{ ., ( ,S J
ROTC ,cadet band members

throughout the United States 4 "I
It is dedicated to pro- Present 'Raisin r /

motion of comradery among

college ROTC bands, deve- 'A Raisin in The Sun, the rti

lopment of the /highest powerful theme of the black,

ideals of the military pro- man s struggle to elevate

fession and musicianship, his status in the white ---- '-' .,.....L__.+.--,.-.. .-. -'-' )
man s world, will be i'V i'/
pre- of the Gibbs Junior
promotion of American citi- THEODORE LOCKHART president
sented for four-days. Dec. Student Council, adjusts the crimson and white V I \, .
zenship and providing appropriate College ., A : --i V
12 thorugh the 14th by stu- :. A '
,recognition of a cape for the new Miss Gibbs Junior College, Alabama .* >

high degree of' military dents\ of North Dade High sophomore music major Barbara Hughes. Action took ; rEO

ability as well as musical School in Opa Locka. place during the College's recent coronation exercisesin

North Dade's youthful thes- the school's Sports Palace.
ability the cadets of
among pians are being ,carefully / : : .. MILTON (BUTTERBALL, ) SMITH
( Photo by Ballard) COOK.
the Reserve atf icers Training '
/
taken
through their stepsby
Corps. I.t' s national
James ,Randolph drama

,headquarters is located director.The Top Agronomist Gibbs Defeats .:;.:., .,. 'j-::'" Listen To .'
here at St. peter s College.! ., -\
current hit has been ,:' .
Dade Jr. CollegeSt. '
FAUU's ROTC Band received; 1
met with '
resounding plaudits .
its charter status through Petersburg--Accuracy, WMBMMIAMI ,
from critics and audi- + .
the sponsorship and interestof ences in, metropolitan areas at the free throw line in .

Dr George W. Gore Jr of the United States and is Bi the last three minutes of FLORIDA f,
president Lt. Col. Albertj. play helped the homestand- *
EVERY
.1220 ON RADIO
now taking cultural centersin '
Parker professor of ing Gibbs Junior College : a
Eurpoe by storm. ii ..
military science Dr. William Cobras upset, the Miami Dade ., I
For theatre goers, attenr 'to r' :' :
P. Foster, director of Junior College Quintet. : "' ':' ".
dance at- the performances 97-90, here in St. Peters- hJV4V : J
The Station
the music ,department, and : Personality : ,
,of Raisins, ,,... on The Sun,* burg recently.
intruc-
Leonard 'C. Bowie, .
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'must.
a Reserved seats Coach Norman Jackson s Red ,
tor of music, all of FAMU.
may how be obtained by and White Cobras tossed in
Band is
The FAMU ROTC
V dialing NAL- 536 between '.. eight free throws in
directed by Cadet 2nd Lt. .. that PERSONALITIES PERSONALITIES

Reuben P. Padgett III of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. : V .... _.L,-=_,.:" span of time to annex their

Jacksonville. RESEARCH PAPER---. season-opening basketball i
-- Clarence B. o.enspro victory. 7L

Make A Wish For Christmas 'Cookies fessor of agronomy, Florida Dade JC, ever pressing the

A&ll university, will pre- ... .
Cobras, had a 2 point deficit -
Christmas comes but once Before it arrives there is
year. a & .research paper on
hustle of activity and mother Is usually busiest of all for she's sent a and with the score .
baking special goodies for the holidays. The aroma of still warm 'The Chemical Control of 85-83. Captain Leroy Canady
cakes ana cookies fills the whole house.
feeds in Liberia West
and Co-Captain, Sherman
The freshest batch -of cookies stands still ;
cooling on a rack. Africa before the Weeds
They're lined in stately rows but one will never be missed. Mmm- Hammond a long with freshman I.- .
what golden goodness I Society of America ,in St. Luther Curry, began a ; '. t -
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Wishbone Cookies have a sweet sugar 'n nut coating, too. And Louis, MO. December 11. steady parade to the free 1F
surprise I Inside they're chock full of crunchy,nutlike oats. 'J;"
This data was coapiled from throw line for what was ',.
Hare another! But-don't get caught or you'll be wisnin twas .
already Chriitmsn. They'd then be piled on a holiday plate witha an experimental project con- clearly the Cobras' victory .
dozen other varieties where even a handful wouldn't be missed. ducted by Dr. Owens while weapon. -

'I WISHBONE COOKIES heading the Agronomic Rt- in all the Cobras Ragged I #
Makes dozen eoofefe ,
7 search Program in Liberia 21 free throws and Hammond
8 tablespoons sugar 1 teaspoon Vanilla i .
1/4 cup chopped almonds 2-1/2 caps sifted:al!purpose under the United States 'Bossed in 7,(coming in the "
11/3 cups butter or margarine, sourS4 Government Technical Assistance minute .crucial time period. :. '
oft 1-1/2; "caps Tolled oats (quick .
cup sugar or old fashioned,* Program during, a two- The Lakeland cage wizard .. "' i'> < .. .,

1/2 2 teaspQoa tablespoons salt lemon Juice" V uncooked) year period (1957-58)" bagged a total of 27 points V V .: FRE0KAMHA. :i- : IRAMcCAU ':, : I
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:I I ; r HeIs ,A Miamiam 'Alpha Wives '. Attendants To FAMU Queen 'I Ora D Taylor/ I Queens Host Pepsi-Cola/ Fete I

.
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Are Hosted -r "
: .
Dedicates
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tt I Charles L. Williams, dean }7 b; ? 'ty Realtor. Offices. :.. ., "., .,, I t\;

of men at Edward Waters ..:0-.,'; ,
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College Jacksonville v Successful realtor Mrs. {:"C':
wasa <: ..:_,
guest when the members of Ora D. Taylor, gained "
.... ,
,Beta Lambda Chapter of another milestone in her

6t ,! Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity business venture last week .J

1traB=s I entertained their ,wive's and '. w .,, rto, r a when she opened-real :'!'"
; Sal
1s4 guests Thanksgiving nightat estate offices on 7th

I ) Hampton House here. F dR .K I Avenue.
A 1RII Special honors were give
f ti.i s 0 f Mrs. Taylor is holding r ,
: Brother and Mrs. David Dobbs 0
open house during this
11 who celebrated their silver s sN' y. _
week ofthe Orange Blossom

; wedding anniversary. The 9 Classic, but she wishes to kJjj
FIELD GEl W.: Hiamian., Emory highly successful event was t remind Miamians and

) Collier; first s.tring'I dupervised by Brother Pas- CLARKE, sophomore music major ,and ,Antoin tt.tBrown friends throughout the '

I;' quarterback for the Florida chal, chairman and Walters, junior, are some of the attractive attendants of nation that they are invited i.
.
tA&II; Rattlers, and rated one
r co chairman., Miss FAMU during the auspicious 29th, annual Orange, Bowl to the dedicatory -
of the nation's top signal
Classic here this weekend; ceremonies which takes FT. 4 :

;,. callers direct and Jake passers Gaither's, will (Horace Jones Photo) place Sunday, Dec. 10, ) :: .


'' charges annual orange during the Blossom 29th I Brains And Brown Will lead Rattlers I I starting I The wellknown at 3:30 business p.m.

leader is the daughter of
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Classic against Jackson. t----L1r- :
first family Miamians. She
State in
: ? College the Orange
is the daughter of the
,J Bowl here Saturday night. %
late Rev. and Mrs. J. M..
JHorce Jones photo'Andrew ) -
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{ r. !Trammell, founder"and

,:.1 first pastor of Mt. Zion

Hatcher Baptist Church, NW 9th St.
t .
and 3rd Ave. and the
1 Guest Off
$ widow of Rev. N. E. Taylor

M. who pastored Hearst Cha- __ ., ,
Henry -- .
Arrington a- .J'r' x't.L Jltl.1It. rAl
pel AME Church at the
GREET 'CLASSIC' LUNCHEON GUESTS--The four charming
;1 i MIAMI -- Andrew Hatcner., time of his death.
Florida A&M university coeds above will serve as hostesses -
assistant
presidential
) at the Pepsi-Cola-sponsored Orange Blossom Classic
press officer with the ). SS' .
Kennedy administration and d:1: 'r? \ki bat Practical .Nurses Kickoff Luncheon scheduled for Friday, E&cember 8, 1:45

'' first Negro ever appointedto S .q p.m., at the Knight Beat Club of the Sir John Hotel.

to the high post, will be ..a.. K J4J $ -I Ir Classes Form dNorthwestern This will be the initial kickoff luncheon held in the

old which has into the nation's
event developed
29-year
the guest of Miami Atty. .' & 9'T Senior High ,
%
{ Henry A. Arrington here .: .4 ; l School has been accreditedby top Negro promotional event. Julian Nicholas of the

during the annual Orangey Pepsi-Cola Company New York, and George Brown, southern
the Florida State Boardof
<<' Blossom Classic. :; Nursing and Florida'State regional representative from Dallas, will be hosts at

A veteran newspaper man Department 'of Education to the affair. Reading left to right Delores Pearson,

>V*> and holder of numerous k conduct courses in practi- Jacksonville Miss Senior; Delores Hodgins Tampa,

\ high posts with the cal nursing for interested Miss Freshman; Barbara Williams Jacksonville, Miss

Democratic party in adults. Sophomore; and Clara Blackshear, Tallahassee Miss

J California and also on a a '' Applications are now being junior. Frank Love, famous major league baseball execu-

'\' national level Mr. Hat- ,accepted for classes w.hich' tive, is expected to be one of the many 'name' per-

1. cher, known familiarly as ", f'i: ; :;: begin in February, 1962. sonalities in attendance at the luncheon.

i* "Andy" to his hundreds :Interested persons areurKect (Horace ,Jones Photo)

::1 of. friends throughout the :, ._, # : ... ..,: ,', to reporttp Northwestern

'f nation, will revive numerous -'. Senior HlghSChool for interviews Talledega Alumni I
'
r' old friendships CO-CAPTAINS -- Fullback Jordan Pope, Fort Lauderdale, and Curtis Miranda, Jack- slated for thurs- -

tx during his stay here. sonville center, have been named co-captains for the Florida MM University Rattlers days and _Fridays from 1 un- Honors Prexy ATTENTION LADIES

clash with the Jackson State College Tigers in the 29th Orange Blossom Classic in till in Bridge & Social Club
33Q;
p.m. Room..24IQ Members of the
"The Romance Miami _Saturday night. Miranda is two-time NAIA I All-American. .Applicants must Repeaters
1 zens of the United States, Alumni Talledega Beach'I Send or NailYour

at least 17 years of age sented a dinner Social News
:\ Group Gets Hunfon
of
Skiing"If I -. Pity the Poor Potato- l and must have had at' least Arthur D. Gray of FLORIpX STAR

He Has His Troubles Too Life Membership two years .of high school College lust Monday
I 1l you think you'd' like to I education or its equi- at Darby s
learn to ski, remember that it is '" '
York K.
George
;t a very'strenuous, exacting, dari Potatoes-like peoplehavetheir department-of soils Universityof New .valent.. Lincoln Road. Miami
ing sport. The very first step problems, too, accordingto Wisconsin All they have to Hunton, executive directorof ..
would be a regular program of the University of Wisconsin. do is plant the rows 36 inches the Catholic interracial
exercise before you ever fasten Potatoes get sick, have dif- apart, and the plants 13 inches
i on a ski, to prepare your untried ficulty keeping in shape, and apart in the rows. Council, has been named a
J muscles for the stresses and suffer from diet problems. But Potatoes have diet troubles, member of the Life Member-
strains to which they will be the University's five-year study too, Dr. Berger says. Potatoesdo
I subjected. If your body is totally has turned up some cures to best if they avoid plant foods ship Committee o-C'the
i unprepared, you may be pretty these afflictions. containing chlorine, just as I National Association for the Park Free Part in /eh.
sore and more accident prone. Take the matter of keepinga some people are healthier on Advancement of Colored any o
salt-free
Step two desirable shape. If potatoes a diet. ,
,'f ,. ___- would be toe aren't corseted in pretty tight' With potatoes, it seems that People., _
'. the ly by other potatoes, they tend excessive chlorine in muriateof
% buy pro erI' A member of the Asso cJ> parting
I basic equip- to get knobby and off-shape. potash fertilizer makes them facilities .
/ ment skis, While this might not sound soft and puffy. Potatoes firmedup ation' national Board of
boots, poles, very important, it is to potato when a diet of double sul- Directors since 1955 Mr. pAR1I where
I 41 bindings. That growers. They can't get asmuch fate of potash-magnesia was Shop
t ", will cost money for mis-shapen substituted for the muriate of Hunton has served also as a DOWNTOWN
youanywhere
,
potash. you see
spuds. Housewives like sym- ,
member of the Board' com-

t. $150.00.! Good boots from are$75.00 most to metrical peel. ones; they're easierto makes The potatoes lack of mature phosphorous later mittee on public, relations.He PARKa.e S HOP this / Any parking lot or

important. When buying skis Farmers can now keep their and causes them to have a waxy was instrumental in securing FRtE emblem DOWNTOWN garage displaying this
i look for good surface and good potatoes shaped up accordingto rather than mealy texture, Dr. .. 9 emblem will honor
the life
binding. Dr. Kermit C. Berger of the Berger noted. membershipof PARK-SHOP
I Richard Cardinal CUshing, validate Park and
it
,
Archbishop of the Roman Shop parking stamps.

Catholic Diocese of Boston. Each of the members of Downtown Park

Clyde Kite Co-chairmen. of the Association and Shop will give you a' stamp for one
;
s Life' Membership Committee hour's parking, when you shop with them. Abbott's Auto Park 112 S. E. lit S'.
--T'iI- : are Kivie Kaplan, Allrlght Auto Park Inc. 64 S. E. lit St.
Boston industrialist; Dr. Allrlght Auto Park Inc. 130 S. E. 1st :t.
.., Arcade Kkfdi Shop 131 Seybold Arcod. Affright Auto Park, Inc. 173 N. E. ht St.
. Proudly Presents Benjamin E. Mays, presidenMorehouse Dad fed Saving I Allrlght Auto Park, Inc.Allrlght 55 S. E. 4th St.
College in loan Assoc 101 E. flo g I.r I St. Auto Park Inc. 221 N. E. lit St.
and Ailrlght Auto Park, Inc. 41 N. W. lit St. .
Atlanta Jackie Robin-
:
; Phil Darla 131 E. Flagler St.
Allrlght Auto
Park Inc. 121
I ANOTHER BIG N. E. lit St.
SHOW son, New York business man Drug City Inc. 272 E. '---.' St. Allrlght Auto Park, Inc. 29 N. W. lit St.
Allright Auto 'Park, Inc. 30 S. W. 4th St.
and former major league
Dunlop Shoe StoreFlagler 41 W. Flagler St.
C. M. Bishop's Garage 122 N. W. lit Av..
.. baseball star. Federal Saving 4 loan 100 N. E. 2nd Ave. Buckeye Auto Park 133 N. E. 2nd St.

FIoreKeim She Store 245 E. flog Ie, St. Bucktyt Auto Park 125 N. E. 3rd St.

Classic Nite Dance (Sat. Dec: 9) SportsDeer Gllpln's Camera Store 159 S. E. lit St. Bud's Parking LotChapman's 201 N. W. 2nd St. '
i Auto ParksChapman's 100 N. W. 1st St.
GUpta's Photo Supply .. 144 N. E. 1st Ave. Auto Parks 107 N. W. Itt St.
Glob Shoo Store 30 N. E. lit St. City Parking. Inc.
C 144 N. E. 3rd Ave.
BOBBY MARCHANN THE.GLASS" don' always bound, Greater Miami Federal City Parking, Inc. 149 N. W. 1st St.
out of sight at the Savings & loan 101 S. E. 2nd Ave. City Parking Inc. 418 N. Miami Ave.

Clyde Killen slightest Indication that Hefofy's Department Store 22 N. W. lit St. City Parking, Inc.Commercial 19 N. W. 4th St.

RETURNED BY POPULAR DEMAND there's a hunter nearby. Tha Hub 129 N. Miami Ave. Parking lot 317 S. Miami Ave.
ORANGE Cortex Parking Lot 301 N. E. 1st Ave.
t Sometimes a bashful buck Jodaon'sByronsJefferson 51 E. Flogler St. Dupont Plaza Parking Inc. 200 S. E. 3rd St.

FEATURING will just stay In a bed Stores 53 N. w lit St. Dupont Plaza Parking, Inc. 201 S. E. 3rd Ave.

motionless and wait to see Kirk Jewelers. 24 N. E. let Ave. Dvpont Plaza Parking lAC. 91 S. !. 3rd Ave.
BLOSSOM Flogler' Parking Servtc 60 W.
HOT PAPA. TURNER Flogler St.
what the hunter will do la lemma Wo...'. Apparel 28 S. E. lit St. Hector's Shoppers' Parking 233 S. Miami Ave.

next. If you* re that Ian BryantMaynard 320 E. flog!.' St. Herald Parking Garage 224 S. Miami Ave.
AND HIS-TALE TED FAMILY P JS.. hunter. it'-s a good Idea Huntington Airtight ParkingIngraham 126 S. E. 2nd Ave
CLASSIC/ Page 121 E. Ftogler' St.
SEVERAL 9"fHF.Jt'STAU l Parking GarageJos 226 S. E1st St.
to know where the deer
Mayors JewelersMetropolitan 42
\ N. E. lit St. Parking Lot 160 N. W. lit St.
beds are. Bank of Miami 117 N. E. 1st Ave. Jo's Parking lot 35 N. E. 2nd St.
Kinney System, Inc. 200 S. L 3rd Ave.
; MATINEE eitio. .,.ai..t.' Miami Rug Co. 100 S. Miami Ave. Kinney System, .Inc. 300 S. E. 3rd Avo.

< SOME' FLORIDA..AQSSIC. FANS ..SUrfaceDass"bugs 'be M. 1 M Cafeteria 127 N. E. 2nd Ave. Kinney System, Inc. 400 S. E. 2nd St. '
:,,:' can liberty Parking SystemMock's 160 N. W. 1st St.
madeNeven more effectivewith Nankin's Shoes 73 E. Flegler St.
-IL.ad4ft&th / Parking lot 100 S. W..fast
j: Gam* fluorescent paint or Original Keblns Jewelers. 145 N. Miami Ave. Main Parking lotMain 261 N. E. lit St.
ft DANCE Parking lot 26 N. E. 2nd
Paint St.
lacquer. the
bugs The ParisianPUlpItfs 45 E. Flogler' St. Downtown
'y Yo1IaII Municipal PaBittg.
... and you'll find that they Musk. Co.tedd'l U N. Miami. Ave. Garage #1 39 N.W.2.4 St. .>. :
,: 'I: to 6p.m. "bug" the big ones as Men's Munidpol Downtown Perking
\\ Shop 127 E. Flogler' St. Garage #1 .co N.w.3rd St
they never did before, Otfs Parking lot
RickardsDeptStoro 1N.L 1st Street 50 N. !. 3rd St.
either day ,or night. Parkway Corp. 20 S. t
1st
AT KNIGHT BEAT Clear fingernail polish Dick ...... Men's Wear 201 E. Flogler, i St. Parkway Corp. 22 S. W. 1st Ss .

p applied several times ...., Jewelry Co. 160 E. Flogbr St. PO Parkway Corp. 56 S. W lat St.
a Parking lot
"
torts 400 N. L 1st A.*.
PAVOEITE
,- SPOT year to the thread winding lost. Credit Jewelers 13 W. Flagler St. 10'''''. Auto Park 70 S. W. 2nd St.

.. COMING' ATTRACTION, OB each guide of. a fishing Slater- Jewelry Co. 50 N. !. Zed Ave Boys*>'dt/s Parking Parking Lot Lot lit S. E. 2nd St.
51N.E.4HiSt.
., t5makes:
good sense. The EdcIi Sbp>t.a, ... 115 S. E. 2ad Are. Rforvfew Parking lotShadow 401 S. MIcml Ave.
AITHR NVSOCXVOCALIST : ) '. [ windings are now waterproof Auto Parks 161 N. E. 2nd St.
4o
Sybo's 76 S. L 1st St. Southland
Parking Inc.
; and 140 W. riogler St.
< ar* protected
,- ', .. Sybil's 20 W. 'loaSf.. Sunny's Auto Park 240 S. L 1st A... .
{ from being scuffed and Sunshine Forking, Inc. Ml S. t. 2nd St. i
'. TVayer McNeil Shoes,. 155 L Flagfe St.. SuRshlM Parking, (nc 121 N. W. ht A...
broken,, if .
UrlS-lf-l7 you happen to U.S. Parking lot
Dw ti '
Vanity drop 8 >l. E..US,. 49 N. W. 2nd St.o4 .
-- .tee .fishing .in WUTi
.
a brushy Parking '
: S. E. 4Hi St.
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tYa ,i .DOCUMENTliT

r ty .
.FU ki

] IS TRUE TO SAY that'the Emancipation Proclamation
belongs to the people of the State of New York. Thisis
Smoke was seeping out around -.
the closed door of the I .. .,, 1 i true, however, only in a limited sense. The precious
t old refrigerator in the back !rte document in the great President's own handwriting is
yard of a friend when I pulledup one of the treasures which the State Library has the

pne evening on the startof honor of safeguarding as a public trust. In a broader
a fishing trip. r and, perhaps a truer sense, the Proclamation belongs to all of the
'We're not goin' fishin'." American people and, in fact to all of the people of the world as one
he replied to my excited shouts __ of our noblest symbols of the American Dream.
about the fire on his patio
"we're goin -to sample some- .a. On September 22, 1862 Abraham Lincoln began the completion of
thing new in the way of out- ? Y t- i the unfinished work the founding fathers had so well begun with the
door cookin' instead." Declaration of Independence.Although the sounding prose of Thomas

Angler's anger gave way to Jefferson made no specific exceptions to the phrase "all men," certainly -
wonderment when the friend i crew at least a part of the assemblage which cheered its reading
checked his watch ajjd' an- assumed that for "all men," "all white men" should be read. It took

nounced that the food was \ 4 4 85 years and a war between the states to provide a proper setting for
ready for the sampling then :: ; 2I1 the document which spelled out specifically the fact that all men

marched to the smoking refrigerator regardless of color should be"then henceforth and forever free."

,. Physically the Proclamation is actually two Proclamations. The

first was proclaimed on September 22nd 1862.

This is the document which Lincoln worked over alf summer long
I after the heartbreaking defeat of General McClellan in the Seven

Days' Battles in June of 1862. Much of it was probably composed in

t the Cipher Room of the War Department while awaiting the arrivalof
the latest intelligence from the Army.On .

July 22, 1862 at a regular cabinet meeting Lincoln announcedthat
he had determined upon a course of Emancipation and informedthe

cabinet of the substance of the Proclamation he was drafting.

New York's William H. Seward, of Auburn, the Secretary of State,
f agreed in principle with Mr. Lincoln,but urged him to delay the pub-

><- -_...- x :. .... lication of the Proclamation until a victory for the Union Armies
A TOTAL OF 41boys and five advisors of the Ja es Weldon Johnson YMCA spent the recent holidays on the should provide a more suitable setting. It was not until the qualified
and yanked open the I success of Union Arms at Antietam was achieved that such a moment
organization's first annual educational tour to Fast Tennessee and North Carolina. The group left here b y
door. Inside cooking 'in pans came to hand. On Sunday the 21st of September Lincoln stayed at
on the shelves of the icebox chartered bus and stopped over in Atlanta where 'they were entertained by officials. The next stopoverwas the Soldiers Home and prepared a new copy of the Proclamation.

were slab of squirrels carp and, pheasants an antelope, a': at Knoxville Tenn. where they stayed overnight. The following morning, they toured the Atomic Energy 'The following Monday, September the 22nd, Lincoln met with his

roast.' plant at Oak Ridge and also Norms Dam. Tours were also conducted at Grand Smokie Mountain National Park cabinet, having first consulted with his Vice President, Mr. Hamlin,

My fisherman friend side- and vnoxville_ College. Advisors making the trip were: Mrs. Aldonia G. Joyner. principal of Susie F. Tribert and presented the memorable document which is the subject of this
He had, Sunday at Soldiers Home smoothed it little
,
on out
essay.
stepped the smoke cloud, took School;; Miss D. M. Lang, Smart Pope Livingston School; Mrs. Eva C. Rosier Oakland Elementary fchool; m. F.. a
he made it
out the assorted meats and and as thought, a more acceptable document for his cabinet -
transported them to the kitchen Brown of Forest Park School, and Thomas B. Hargrave, executive director of James Weldon Johnson YMCA. A to consider. The occasion of the reading of this Proclamation was

table where he proceeded to trip to the United Nation's planned for next year. the subject of the famous painting by Francis Bickwell Carpenter
carve off' samples. extolling depicting its reception Tby the chosen advisors of the President.
Baker
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:HOT:BY COMMON LAV\, ROYALARTuo. .

MftTF THROKFR FNPF

IN HOSPITALA CLARENCE J.SIMONPROPRIETOR
James Mann 35, of 926W.
.
20th Street was shot
52-year-old woman was A
last Sunday by the woman. .
hit in the head by a n,
he was trying to find, :: : '---- .., ( ?\...
thrown object last Sunday, : f./'. ...... .

police reported.Mann police reported.Mrs. .:....,., .
NL.i F told police he had (, 7'r;
4\ i Gertrude Anderson ;
a i been several places look- o .
,.4. stated that Willie Foster II :-':::; .:JJ "
-
ing for his .
\\i wife, Edwina .
came hone and accused her ;,o't..:...).:, .r: )" g
Singleton, 3-2, of the ,' ,.',"..,
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I ? of stealing money from his '."!; I
same address. He said
/ girl friend. She said she
'
IUIAP + : p.. ,. "i '-. ..:. e kt when. he finally. located'
a. k threw
an object at Foster /
her, she was home in the __ ___ __ u_ _:L fops ITCommericalWeddingsProtfaifs.
% ; first and he returned the
1 j bed. ,
r
: throw hitting her on the
Mann said when he told .
head. The woman was takento '
her she had the gun, he .515 Davis St. EL 4-1894 \

Duval Medical Center .......
.
attempted to leave the : -- ... f by.police car where she
room and she shot him in
was treated by Dr. R. B.
the back., The wounded man
.
was taken to DuvalM Giles. ReverendMOTHER
Patrolmen C. T. McClendonand
Center by police car. ,
.
G. Bradley investi-
Police said Mann told them'he .t BESSIE
-. B t.> T i.-: :. i. would gated.
prosecute his .
FAMU FOREIGN bTUUtirrrb! aiacuaa international aitairs involving the United states wife. .......... ORDAINFP MINI TFR OF GOSPl."

Africa, and Latin America while? pursuing an education. the United States. Enrolled Patrolmen Jesse Jacksonand I w, Healer and Advisor

Florida A&M University are Manuel T. Rivas (left), Panama; Felipe N. Malcolm jr. Henry Edwards investi-' MONFY "TROURLF: ,

Panama; Eaeyou Teklemarian Ethiopia; Courtney J. Whisnant West Africa, jr. John I. gated. CUT BY GIRL FRIFNP Are You SufferingSickNeed

E. Makuku,. East Africa. _

mm' ... ....... Advice?
XMAS SPECIAL 'Pioneers New Program i James Oliver Jenkins 34, '

of 7234} W, Union Streetwas See MOTHER RPSPIP She has the God-Given Power

Resonabie Prices IN Hair Styling TWO\ /RRFSTFD cut last Monday police fo heal by Prayer. Guarantees to heal l the sick and the
FOR
FIGHTING said. ailing, but there is no pity for those who know they;

CALL EL4-1210, For Appointments, ;.., 'f: / Jenkins said his girl are in hard luck and don't come to see MOTKPP
-" ., ; William Wilson, 41, of
t' MR. SAMUEL "' friend, Bessie Moore 35, BFFSIF .Guaranteed to help FREE
BANKS t
/ 1052 W. Church Street was
I IIk
< .iti i taken to Duval Medical same address was fighting Open Dally .and Sundays From 7 11.m. 'til 10 at Night

31O DAVIS ST. .. 'with him about some money.
"' '
,. Center last Tuesday to When the fight started she .
.. 1. ", receive treatment from a Her address is'12'38 CAFF A T AVFNUF
got a knife from the-
,,,,
,j -;: ,, wound, police reported.
I kitchen and when he attempted
Wilson was'in a fight with, Take Murray Hill Bus Marked 4 B. net off at
to take it
away
of Willie Lee Walker 35. from her he was cut in the .Corner Plymouth & Cassat. Look for, Big
1527'vFJder, in a bar
BAKER'S and was struck on the left palm of his right hand. yellow J IF

Jenkins said.. He was takento .PH. Hv. -9244
ear by Walker. Both men %.
Puval Medical Center by 1 : -
........ were arrested and charged :; Lucky Pays Lucky Numbers.
police car and 'treated
-- was
with disorderly conduct'and
PHOTOWEDDINGS ADRIAN (KEN) KNIGHT by Dr. R. B. Giles.

.'. fighting.
A New Field. Patrolmen T.
was Patrolmen F. Jefferson L. Mays andG. .. 4C.- 1.'f, K ,
VETERAN BROADCASTER Adrian I and A. Grissom investi- I Bradley investigated. '" 0 .

v FAMILY GROUPS, '_ PAl m (Ken) Knight ushers another gated. I 11.t, ;' f2fL

CHUtCHES first for Northern Florida "' L 1 t
TEAS Which word: is older
All OCCASIONS when he initiates his first LOOK AT THIS I ,

of series, of Sunday
S<
1830 Wright Ave. EX 8-5901. morning telecasts over LOCK STOCK AND BARREL K I -.. Gin orGordon's ,

Channel 4. Prominent pas- 'd1 t:.
6 UNIT MOTEL c .
?
tors will give the Invocation :1rY
3 ROOM APT.RESTURANT .
each Funday. The Ouval '\
BEER WINE

Teachers Chorus will H Acres of Land n busy Highway
furnish background music, r
301 Full price 27000.00
wiil J
and top talent offer
J
S
Mortgage payments $13.014.00Balance
MONEY REMANUFACTURED spiritual and gospel
in cash. $100.00 MonthlyIf
DOWN!
features. The show will be
interested write :
m presented from 9:30 a.m. T :
10,000 p. 0. Box 92 / '
until 10 a.m. and is
MILE < & Anthony Florida

GUARANTEE lJUJ LO'V sponsored'by the Premier +" t r

Meat Markets. The Afro- .
UP TO 24 \ American Insurance Company HOMES FQR ,> C ., 4M
1 AND
RENT ;.; : -
MONTHSTO will become a future ;. DISTILLED
PAY \ TRANSMISSIONS NORTH RIVERSIDE ,
sponsor. LOMDONDRY '
J.D" STOCKTON ST. CORNFP 3p ;' GIN

SERVicE V FOR ANY MAKE 1 .. .1
BRUSH .rwwar+
PLANTING
CAR OR TRUCK 3.502 Hiland. f9'0". ( -
r Then there was the fellow 2512 Calvin 6850 '
IN STOCK '
who s ss r9n
was seen a number of'times -
fREE : during late fall loading 2532 "Calvin 9000 .
his outboard with rocks and 330, Acosta 8750 I.
-bi TOWING Bundles of brush. Fhown by appointncnt t .

First then another, till it was on plus R years ,
common; knowledge that "old closing cost. $45 to 65. Monthly.

[ George" had become.a candi- (GORDON F. BAPBFR. SR. Peg. Broker was introduced .
EL 4-4444 date for a psychiatrist's couch. ,
: 'Twas said he would stackin 1817 IIi an St. FL 4-6442
several bundles of brush tied in England in 1769, // has been
to rocks then fire up his Mercury -

S SOUTHERN dockside outboard watchers and with leave their the Qo/icfon/ CW.CBaltbelt. fin 'the world's.word j or g n.
ALL
mouths agape. Later he would f
return with all the cargo gone ttsraiu tea) en ea.w O%KITUL orals ICTUU nor uu..N ptoor
I and they 'wondered and made' ccixri In CUI CUT..UI U..a.PIOOGCT or 1.1.1
MOTOR EXCHANGE"LOOK circular motions with an. index REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER

FOR THE CHECKERBOARD" finger pointed to'their heads

JA LLE FLORIDA 14 WEST UNION. ; when vities. they spoke. of his acti 1817 MAIN ST., JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

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l' Instructor/ ..._ Tours__ .. Plant Simpson Slates [ Retired Principal Honored 1
THE LARGEST AND FINEST ;

: SELECTION OF COLORED ,DOLLSIN Yuletide .Programs

THE_ SOUTH : s _.f
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2 of Simpson .t
SIZES W6M 10 INCHES TO THE IIC 36 INCH ( t t

... WALKING AND TALKING DOLL' : hi v r ,. Road Methodist and Cleveland Church Kings Sts. .
A Deposit Will Hold in Lay-Away Until Chruimtu : ushers in its Yuletide pro-
OPEN CHRISTMAS EYE UNTIL 9 ,.*4.** .A t grams Sunday when it presentit

annual Christmas 7,, ,.ti : .
BROADWAY DEPT. STORE, musicale. Starting time is > .,

=119 X10AD ST. PHONE EL 4.6018 ; slated for 7 p.m. i;'> \ :
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JACKSONVILLE! ._ Soloists will be Mrs. '"
.. Amanda Easter Mrs Janie ".
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/I5EV 5EL ST #/1, Wilkins Mrs Rosa Walker. ',.
: James Williams, and James t _
: !... :/i ii"} Morgan. ... t ,
Re MOTHER ROBERTS > .... .
f. .2 .;i q" Yuletide favorites to be ,'"1;.o1". ,...-' a 1.
M.Y ., a4y heard will include: Adeste ; : /:
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Fidelis. Away in A Manager _
Healer and Advisor t -
Sweet Little Jesus Boy i1ir;b' KUUCATORS -- Miss Ada K. Richardson of Orlando
Fear Not. Come Unto Me. and (left) presents a plaque to prof. W. .R. Perkins for
Are You Sufl.rlng-Sick Weary. .meritorious service, in the field of education during
-Need Advice? t Also Holy Night, and There American Education Week at Florida A and M University.:
I were Shepherds Heavens Resound Prof Perkins is a retired principal of Griffin Junior
See MOTHER ROBERTS She has the God-Given ,
Power Handel's Messiah. High School in Tallahassee. Miss Richardson is presi- ,
toTiealBy Prayer. Guarantees'to'heal the sick and the Joy to The World ana many 'dent of the student chapter of the National Education

,ailing, but there is no pity for those who know they otbers. Association. .
are in hard luck and don't come to ,see MOTHER Choir members are: Mesdames
&QBERTS: Guaranteed. help Frtes.Open : L Fquilla Brown Ellen Reese.
Mary Almond. Alma'Cooper.
Daily and Sundays From 7 a.m. 'til 10 at Night1
... Hattie smith Beulah Caiiff.
Her address is 10310 Atlantic' Boulevard FRANK PIERCE. Gibbs Junior College science--teacher and Beatrice Fasten, Anna Hooker ind: the strength,
Look foi White Sign with Indian Head end the nm.Mother,Roberto .chairman of the college's Self-Study Program is shown Eloise Walker Joyce Hunter .
located MUM from Downtown Jacksonville. on Atlantic Boulevard inspectinjUbrary_ facilities of 'Friendship Junior Willie Mae Westmoreland. for life.
Look Days Phone RA 4.7996 College with one. of the school co-eds. Mr. Pierce Theresa P. Aaron. Idella your .
-, toured several South Carolina Junior Colleges in the Kirby
Thaf's' on i Highway 10, East. The. Old Beach Road. interest of additional recognition being sought by Also Mesdames Cecelia
Take Beach Bus 51 to her Door. Gibbs JC via evaluation and membership in the Southern Johnson. Lula Lirabric. WORSHIP TOGETHER THIS WEEK
; JACf:SONVtLLE.FLORfDA. Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. Willie Bell North. Julia P.

f' __ Gilmore Evenci? Larkins. .
Barbara Walker. B. s. West- Big News For Men! I

1.. .'tI: '" t :Lilly White Club'. moreland. James Williams
'Mo .' "' Frank Morgan Marcel Langley

i ... i\ ; .'. .' \",. .:. ,>>.._<.,..,..,.. ............... 173 Fetes Autumn Charles: Freeman., Delaney I Edwards & RandolphInc.
: : :.: ; ": walker and Joe
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'.. '. .1 E' '. 'Y''I' .'.;.. Tea Justice Davis. Mrs. B. W. Custom Shirt Makers
) t Langley president invited -
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the general public to
r. S.. ',. ,:,, Lilly White Benefit As- Domestic & Imported
the event. Rev. J. Reddick
soqiation 173 is sponsoringan
Autumn Tea Sunday from 4 .is pastor. FABRICSAlso

ry until 6 p.m. in the home of .
MEi.is'RLq -
: Mrs. Alice Scott president
801 W. 17th St.
r 'stoWE5Ti x ,, ATTENTION Custom Made Drapes
'Kff ,/It AT .PR All societies members, and LADIES
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v..S!e a. h.Sider. the. ftt.y. .. ,: Bridge & Social Club
8pe ,, friends. are invited to. at- ReportersSend "You've Tried Others, Now Try Us"
tend and tc enjoy the
or Mall
evening's program. :Your Social New Edward & Randolph Inc
a : ; Mrs. Isabelle Ellis is pro- FLORI QA STfAR ,

I' I' 1't llr' gram chairman and is assisted 2323-.9 Moncrlef r..f..h9ne Rd Cor.EL 13th 1157 W. 8th St. EL 4-2524
by Mrs. Elnora Hemby 4-5782

EXTRA LEAN ... and Mrs. Orzada Floyd.


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