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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 23, 1961
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Subjects / Keywords:
African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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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- .
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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NEW ORLEANS La. President

f ,. Kennedy was asked by the

4.k .+ Southern Conference Educational -

:. ( ill t: iJk VOL; 12-NO. 31., AND NEWSSATURDAY: DECEMBER.. 23:1961 .15C'ENTSl Fund to protect '

: the lives and civil libert-
V =W1 ies of students in Albany
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Georgia and to enforce the
\ integration ruling of the
Two Youths
.i Teenage Interstate Commerce
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k 'The arrest in Albany of
I A .
more than 250 Negroes, many "
__ : of them high school kids'
vx L said SCEF :in a telegram to ?-

6 Admit looting Agent the president, 'is revolting -
: and barbarous.'

.4 t The mas arrests said the

telegram 'follows the
to >* Hmmi -

I 4T yA EN ITwoMeo;t ; In .Admttng/ ; -Crnie i; .Two Teenagers: Are Arrested expulsion students Bertha of two Gober Negro:7 and t

Blanton Hall from Albany

Implicate Prominent Woman 35 Days Following Incident State College for attempting '

7 ._ to ride in an inter-
Within period of thirty-five days two 17-year old
MIAMI---This City still remains in a state of shock stata bus the arrest of
youths who were being sought by local police for the Nov.
following the arrest Tuesday of the socially prominentwife eleven young persons on
a 11 ahootlng of a white insurance agent were apprehendedlast
of a City judge who has been implicated in the Sunday and the holding in
Saturday and are now in jail awaiting filing of
recent robbery-slaying (Oct. 28) of Mrs.) Beatrice prison for more than 48
assault to murder charges police reported.
(:Tiny) Dunnaway. -... hours without bond of a ,
Mrs. Eugenia B. Thomas Police reported that the Danish newspaper man,

37-year old wife of City reported to have been agent, Willie joe poole 27. I ,* '- Larson perlson.'
'shocked' at the of 3024 Dalehurst Drive
Judge L. E. Thomas was arrested was '
Some "Easy Money' Court Takes Suit Against
{ at Jean's Restaurant :i.7.-:

3 1400 NW Fifth'St. on In their confession to ;,. I

a warrant. issued by .Peace the police the two men I/t r NAACP Under Advisement

--- Justice- Ralph. Ferguson.Mrs. said Mrs. Thomas told ( .

Il, ..MRS. THOMAS is fingerprinted Thomas is charged them that she knew where Ft. Lauderdale: --- A suit asking that the NAACP be
t I ... .. ...-- e. ._ they could get some 'easy prohibited from organizing "
with setting up the rob- "wade-ins has been
t r--- bery which resulted in money' at the Wilson .Apart- taken under advisement and study by Circuit Judge
... '. ment-which: to Ted
-- fes.bejieved Cabot. Defendants in the suit are Mrs. Fula .

be a 'bolita' house., --{...., Johnson' president..--- of' the,' Ft. Lauderdale,,. NAACP; Dr. '. ,'.
The men went on to say >- Von D. Mizell; Robert W. Saunders NAACP Field i Secretary "

that they spent most of Callis Brown a special youth field secretaryand

Oct. 28 in the Thomas t the NAACP corporation. r

a .i apartment watching the Highlighting the hearingwas

other a artment and then Heal Alionso btilis testimony from several Negroes began using the

forced their way into it collecting from his accountsin witnesses called by the facility in larger numbers
Community Court when he
with their drawn guns. City who stated that: there pqlice reported that
Killed During Scuffle was accosted by the two have been no disturbances, whites resenting the use

During the robbery youths in what was believedan on the beach since August by Negroes started to resort -
attempted poole"
robbery. 7 that facilitiesin to violence.Two .
4iES. Simpson said he scuffledwith ;
t was said to have been
Mrs. Ft. Lauderdale are all defendants representing -
Dunnaway and
; carrying a large amount of
accidently shot her. .desegregated and that an the Florida States

i The two men got about I money at the time. S ordinance. 9-9. was invoked. Righters Incorporated a
$200 but left' over $700 poole was shot during the because of customs tra- pro-.segretlon organization,

which was attempt and the two youths ditions and practices of failed to appear at the
fled the scene without
the community which here- trial.
..Robbery-Slaying Victim police said. ._- -
'vpr --J Police ,also added that ':- tofore had barred Negroes Representing NAACP Attorneys -

Mrs. Dunnaway. pistol- Mrs. Thomas first denied from use of the Atlantic Reeves and G. E.

i slaying. the men's charges but ,"I-\i. Beach. Graves of Miami. Gravesis lr

The warrant states that later said they used her j; Mayor Edmond R. Burry chairman of the Florida

Mrs, Thomas is charged home and that the two men told the court that all NAACP legal committee.

with conspiracy to com- had guns.A ... facilities including parks

mit a felony resulting in resident of Miami for jI'l'to swimming pools, water SuspecfArrestedMrs.

first degree murder. some 27 years. Judge fountains and the beach "

i Judge Ferguson stated Thomas became the first were open to all persons '

I .WITH nete. tine at police Station that. under the present Negro judge in the South I', 4 without regard to race. ....;.,
__ :: .
The question of policy was :
law of this state the since the Civil War when ,
J asked by NAACP attorney ..
charge is tantamount to one he was appointed a Miami :r i
,. ,
Frank D. Reeves of .
.: of first degree murderand Judge in 1950.Officer. Ernest Lee Scalesrobbing Fll I
Washington. D. C.
the penaltydeathcanbe .
imposed. Nabs the victim. The Chief of police Lester

Mrs. Dunaway who was wounded man was taken to a Holt told the court that I"< ''\

prominently known throughout Own SisterMIAMI local hospital and was re-.' the basis for his orderingmore
to the beach
the state for activi- .
ties with the Daughters --Another ironfcltwis"t was because of the large

of the Elks, Order of the of Mrs. Eugenia Homicide Det. Sgt. J. Y. number of Negroes that

Eastern Star. Order of Thomas' arrest here Tuesday' Parker said Ernest Lee were going to the beach. Alice

a Pallbearers and church was the disclosure- a t her: Scales of 5510 Portier When asked by Atty. Reeves Patterson. 40. of 759 ,.
Drive, and Alfonso Stills why he used a double
circles was killed in the apprehension was the result Beaver Street was arrested
of 1150 W. 19th St. were standard for Negroes? The
apartment Mrs. Catherine of investigation by last Saturday on an attempt.
Wilson. 1661 NW Fifth Pi. Miami policeman Willie (Big. arrested Dec. 16 by capt.R. chief replied: 'Becauseof to murder charge in the
L. Starratt of homocide the customs and tra-
during a robbery attemptby Nick) icholson, Mrs. shooting of Mrs. Olivia
two men.Police Thomas' or other. and both admitted the attempted ditions and practiceswhich
45 1025 Julia Street.
existed here
-ef. robbery-shooting.
i. :-r q10. a arrested AubreyW. Known as one of Miami'scrack Mrs. Patterson is reportedly
Henry. 27. of 1322 NW Negro policemen Stills also admitted firingthe past and that being the out of jail on pond.King's. .
first time Negroes ever .
I -" -. Fifth Ct. on Dec. 4. Henry Nicholson, working weeks on, shot.The.32
used that beach.
I Implicated Clarence Simpsonno the case, finally arrested calibre revolver Refusal
; The suit was brought by .
used in the shooting was
'r known address--on Henry who then implicated
..., ; 'Dec. 16. as his co-con- Si- son. Simpson later, found under a mattress inStills' the City' following, a
series of visits to the Is
:! spirator and both men in accused the woman of bedroom. Parker
'. .\ said. Fort Lauderdale Beach at .
.". :.. 1" i... ,; admitting Mrs. Duttn&way's complicity in the case.I' .- "
", .. I Olos and Atlantic Boule- ORLEANS. LA. -- The
: -
killing stated that Mrs. **?w II sick,' Nicholson] Judge Thomas
'" \ .1'\\, vard which began last action of city officials in
I Thomas set up the plan. claimed when he learned of t
\ July 4 when Mrs. Johnson. New Orleans In
The have been clr.rgcu Former
\. men his own sister's involvement axon
; '_. Dr. Mizell and three other th e use of the city
'with first degree murder in. the..c.as- 9 i. ,Municipal Judge L. E. persons decided to use auditorium by the Rev.

t' -- f in Mrs. Dunnaway death. Late Bulletin* Thomas is a former Jason, the facilities. Martin Luther ICing jr.,

When Judge Thomas was MIAMI -- Mrs. Eugenia it was learned here this Later. City Commissioners was called a 'flagrant and
notified by friends of his'wife's
..' .. he is Thomas, wife-;ef City judgeL. week. declared as a matter of outrageous violation of the
-- JIL arrest said E. Thomas, was released His brother. E. V. Thomas policy that the Beach was Constitution'. by the
to have rushed to the Miami .
Wednesday under .$2,000 "was a former_ administrator "open to all citizens regardless (Southern Conference
-. ..LEAYDfQ Station with Jotae Thorns .police _station and was bond a.$ Blodgett here. ::1'.
.- Homes- -,-. of race. When- .- I..Educational Fund., v

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I- Published by The Florida .Star Publishing.Co" ; -H: .. .
"Member, Associated Negro Press"t:,. !!t !' Madison, Wis. Dec. 13 If all discriminatory

f''W/"l laws in the United States were repealed immediately -
j ERIC O. SIMPSON......1.........................!..........:Managing
remain one of the, mostpressing
| ALYSON E. WISE......................................................News dato racejvould I
; moral and political problems the
j HILDA WOOTEN.........._............................Circulation Manag ii J / I I I
L nation, a Negro leader said at the 15th annu-

MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: \' ti'li al dinner here recently of the Blessed Martin
2323 Moncrief Road,........ __.....Phone ELgin 467821'Moiling 1 1i r
\ : ::::= .::: : I 'Negroes in this county are not simply victims

Address: of a system of iniquitous statutes said

P. b.' Box 561, Jacksonville 1 1, Florida i I / I I f.tanl'ey P. Herbert, Commissioner of r.,

the Wisconsin. Public Service
.642 N W 2nd! AVENUE .
.. ". MIAMI. mission. "The /rerican' economy, the .
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: ..'' 1 i American society, rnd' therericon I
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: t unconscious 11] racist."If .
One Year, $5.00; Half Year, $3.00 I f>ll Irws suddenly] were 'f'ipr.t.'
Mailed To You Anywhere In The United States .t 1 la I i there would still be the vast
I Subscription! Payable In Advance. Send Check or Money Order To:, iM
system directed against and '
men women (of c> -
j To be equal, the Negro requires something much
--- more profound than a way 'into the society. He

\ : needs a transformation of some of the basic .l,
F I" institutions of society. 1

'.. ,'f 'j r Mr. Hebert said that this is why it is not

q; enough to open the southern schools, to sit in

(f /1\-Iv at the lunch counters and to move into the ore-

.,. Christmas vious all-white neighborhood.'It .
I :j. n is enough he continued, 'to be able to

f _: _# nd this shall be a sign unto you.t. M live simply or complexly as human beings, as a
Catholic as others are Catholics, as an American -
I t. "'. -4I' I gc shall find the babe trapped '
: ; '. n as others are American. He deserves not
/J1 iy in saddling clothes, Icing in apnangerJSindsiiddenlgtheretoastoiththeanflel more, and will settle for no less. '

: : } Negroes realize that discrimination is a
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Rtia. multitude of the heaoenlg host praising Bud .. national problem, Mr. Hebert said, and that

'. hand, saging: 'eiorj to 6od
\\ I ;J\) i\' on earth, peace,good toiil totoard mm.l: : Your Weekly ., \:; ir

\ \ f \ 'Ois: (Christmas: let us again raise our unites ."
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in and toe celebrate
prayer song as the birth of fi l

the irinceof eact..iet ns,in all our spiritual WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR a J.;v it4........ ';) !!

demotions,gtoe thanks to the tuatoenlu!!father : BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL .- ra

for IMs countless blessings and for the rich her : .. I

itage ofa free people.j:> let us pray for the ;I-. By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES e @J.ri

.," .. strength to keep us true to our faith. let us -. Q '.' c )1t7 it

strtoe altoaus!! to line bg!!the inspiring teachings sMp matters and to arriveat 'you, and the family a long- w a f I1 l.

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less( fortunate,wisdom and to (leaders done absolutely than to welcome then with i{
courage our may have Go our heartfelt At
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open arms. There is an exciting '}1 a! ,' "Jj
,spiritual and political,that thEY may better nothing as.yet about trend developing in i 0 n t1; 1 1if
meet the problems that confront( all mankind. getting your presents your fraternity and social wishes. of happinessat l s! t tj

together, thinking that It is said that lightningnever circles, and you could be I ChrIsL r
there still is plenty of
., strikes twice in the called upon to be one of Christmastime! s!! l.
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omission: What you may .
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: be depleted, and that
I certain colors, sizes or one, that :las selected you your fondest expecta- SERVICE STATION IS & from our patrons end 5
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you agree
types may no longer he that happens shoul" te con-'' part. 8 816 W. State St. gg t our many fr .nch...m.y !
IL e. 'ri : ii6j available so late in the all the b'estl)
; be si'ere'T as cost: propitious Phone EL 4-9264 HS you enjoy
nonth. There
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partners their gainful
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h'eln you in exploiting be arising from everywhere .

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Maintaim your ecuililrium, ;
formation in the moods of it takes marriage to get
the recognition and rewards I
: yjou in the business or vocation -
people in the
general as
1 DOCTOR E. H. WASHINGTON II'II'Bi hpliday. spirit begins to you desire you nay that they have earned you q i
should start coning in a
just as well give it I
make itself felt. Foraeone 1
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from afar to pay you a
19th-20th, and
an even
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more glamorous one may
do more for your morale
follow on the 22nd. vOur
than most anything else During the' rather hectic i 1

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(;#tIWn (19th). Be sure to get all dither up till now, you -endeavors should bring you SS
A greater prestige and cur+-
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appointments. CAPRICORN
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:BABBECUE'Specializing presents selected for those Things are starting to ''For everyoneofyaw -. J I JPYOUS CHRISTMAS |
470331957473GEMINI move rapidly, and you would
who are agog with anticipation. be well advised to keep !j May your Ckistmas be!happy j jI And Happiness g

.. in Ribs and Chicken Po not tej ect romanceif "far ahead of them, when I And all of next year tool I II I In. I

You can expect to be on it enters your life unexpectedly this is feasible. One of .1 The Coming Year I

; .' No. 1 33rd PHONE at EL Moncriof 49102No. Road the receiving end of unex- on the 19th, sit your first surprises and I Dr. and Mrs. (I I DR. A. T.\ FRAZIER 11

pected good fortune this would be the forerunnerof there should be many more ] Hunter H. Satterwhite Ir
2 Broad at State Street' 1 Ii 1913 Kings Rd.
a succession of thril-
week. You acquire ,enable
pro- should
PHONE EL 4-9789 may on the way := ::.t
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perty, receive a legacy or ling events that will all you to get a glimpse of
No. 3 Floricla Avenue at 1st Street *
PHONE' EL 6.9367 find the kind of surround- take place before the en' wonderful things to cone I tsxs 3= : 7 s a sc3:a rs3x xr.t .
of the nonth. t = ::1 r
ings that match your fondest Surprisesmay ( 19th ) .
No. 4 700 :Block W. Ashley Street dreams. Whatever happens, sweep you off your I i iY .

No. 5 Edgewood and Cleveland Pd. you should not hesitate to feet, r-nd place an entirelynew 4-30-99-13-T5-439 !

......-.... -".. 'I ._ __-_. FLORIDA..- -- -.. exploit your advantagesfor complexion on life AQUARIUSAs !
TrlcSsO'NVILLE and its meaning (21st-22nd). I.
all that they may haveto ;1.'Ill
... -- the season of good will
offer. The days when you :
approaches, you are boundto D
should step out boldly and 2-90-6P-17-87-29F
>=<\ .---""'--- \ feel the excitement
; attempt the unusual are the LIBRA
rising wt 'thin you. If you
I I 19th 21st and 22nd. Chance :
: have any secret wishes r
may-deal you a generous with the
storm cloud about how it is going to. 1! 1
rM hand but it may still be starting to disappear over turn out or in connection B I
only a part of a better the -horizon,
you can now with the presents you
one that is being held in settle down and
start enjoying would like to receive, I
reserve: for you. all the .1 '
jjj/In blessing your chances of getting ri
that are due to shower on them granted may far sur- J ml

al' 180551667185CANCER you. You can restore peace pass your fondest expecta- i
within the family, serenity tions. I
to all of, J
within yourself, and a renewed : iI
from all of us!. You may get a foretasteas sense of security in 7MO-22-14-98-742 I 1I'

to what the-coming week general. The exultation 1

has to offer, and it should which comes over you as a :'. PISCES :

.. whet your appetite-all the consequence could outshineany .Should you be at odds

more. When you are invited other gift that is with your mate or romantically .. .

to parties' accept with purely material. in .sub-. inclined you i J. .1 ,
alacrity as you may meet stance (19th and 22nd). seem to be a legitimate
your fated one, but only target for Cupid's arrow.;

I'OOS t !E GRILL if you. are listed among 6-30-44-12-47- '-- There will be surprises I DR. L. B. CHILDS ,

the proaising. eligibles. "..' SCORPIO where you work or spend- I GENERAL. PRACTICE OF MEDICINE '
(20.th thra.22ad).,. It 8S3 DAVIS, STREETPA
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mo.v s.ooaI ,. .. also Le the I w t eat- ;to- ,'disI i friends'::who have,:the' desire 22nd). t ::1 I6i

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Julius Cohens 2220 W. 1st St, : MARCUS H. BOULWARE
i <*.3 and Nancy Shaw, 2220 W. 1st
By tit, 45.Tutus'. >f. a' ; Gl it;
Mason 718 Eaverson St, .- 'e' j) If parents and teacherswant t

51 and Carrie Tracy, 1541 Louisiana a helpful book that
t .. -' : LOUISE G. GUINYARD .. ., (: }
; .,J .. St, 49. ( .\ Y'1 t '" will help them to aid child-
Wm. Madison, Jr., 1515 W. r' A I *, ,
Union St. 22 and Emma / :t.. ; .. ren. with their speech, I
R. Way, .
'J:}. .J1. '1602 W. 29th St, 20. ; -. t4K1r recommend' :

Wm. E. Howard, 1220 OakleySt 1 .. -.;J Spsech in the Elementary

Christmas is just a. few days ,away and I find myself 42 and Mattie M. Johnson 'f Classroom, by Van Riper and

sympathizing rlth people who are faced with the problen. I 1220 Oakley St, 40. 4/ \ Butler, copyrighted in 1955

of selecting suitable gifts for others, especially the Eugene Brown, Jr., 1545 W. 6th \ 1; and published by Harper land
St., 25 and Mary A. Lee, 3322 .-' ;.
t men. Snooping being a necessary part of every woman's --, Brothers, 49 East 33rd St. .
Moncrief R life (in fact, many of them pursue it as a hobby) for I David Brown 11252 Ft. Caroline > : "- New york New York
them it 'is just a matter increasing the tempo a bit. Rd., 20 and Beverly A. Ed- L L Its topics include: (a)

But, also, the poor man! For him shopping can be almost wards, 1483 W. 33rd St, 20. t :. xr r speech improvement and taking -
torture. A visit to the women's wear in a' department 'Doley Alexander, 1642 W. 30th : ::4i (b) the alphabet of
St., 47 and Paralee Holmes 2912 .'
store can unnerve even the 'nervuest' of the Bethel Ct., 49. i t sound, (c) self-hearing and
stronger sex.Fortunately. Wm. H. Jones 918 Oakley St., ..' ''1. ;' I vocal phonics, (d) improving

many of our department stores are fully 19 and Hazel D. Mitchell, 1233 E. I fluency, (e) thinking aloud,

aware of the gentlemen's predicament, and have ser aside Swift, 16.Isreal k 4 and (f) improving the voice.

special nights for them to do their shopping when they McCall 1429C Davis St., r. rt y. 1 3 Oral communications is so j
37 and Irene H. Harrison 2702
will not be harassed by regular shoppers or the stares. White. Ave.. 33. important in our lives that

of curious females. What' more, they have special help Johnnie L. Brown 2112 Bald- --- it must no longer be deg-
MEMBERS of the Lincoln Villa Social Clue presented an entertainung program during
t from sales personnel who offer suggestions and presentthe win St, 25 and Lorraine Cason, lected in our homes.
2056 Baldwin St. 21. their Fall Tea recently which was held in the home of Mrs. J. B. Bailey 7845 New
more personal items in a manner that prevents em- Yulee J. Hart, 1311 W. 31st St. Kings Rd. Mrs. Rosa Stephens was guest speaker and Mrs. Rosa Lee Ryles, mistress READERS: For mar free dis
barrassment. 31 and Nancy M. Jackson, 1139'*I. cussion pamplet send a '
of ceremonies. Seated from left are: Mrs. Martha Jones, chaplain; Mrs. Edwina Cull
However, with only a couple of days remaining, storesare Foster Lane, 23. .I self-addressed long busT-
secretary Mrs. Agnes Hartsfield president Mrs. Mary Moran vice presi-'
Oscar Randolph, Jr., 2068 W. recording ; ; 1
on a 'come one, come all' basis, so here are a 'few
19th St., 27 and Deborah O'Neal, dent; Mrs. Bertha Wilson, treasurer. Standing from left: Mrs. Ethel Brown, Mrs. Rosa ness envelope to Dr. MarcusH.
suggestions for last minute shoppers. 2019 W. 10th St., 18. Boulware Box 310-A
Lee Burney Mrs. Juanita Poole, Mrs. Dorothy Hall, reporter; Mrs. Libenia Baijley
i Furs are always desired, whether in cold New York or I -
Florida A&M University,
Robt Mervin, Jr., 1228 Jackson financial secretary; Mrs. Lovenia Hopkins, social secretary: Mrs. Mertris Albertia
sunny Florida Glamarous mink stoles, in new tropicana, Tallahassee Florida.
: St., 19 and Gloria C. Cousar,
Hayward is the member.
and Mrs. Mamie Pinkney. Mrs. Ophelia remaining .. .
cowl or bolster collar fashions are available in E. 28th St, 17. I -- -- -- -

I exquisite new tones for those who want to make a real I Henry L. Maxwell, 472 Claude
St., 24 and Sharon Mills, 463 I Artist Visits Friends Here y" ** j .
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t r impression on the woman in his life. Fascinating fox Goodwin St. 13. __ f Y Jv

shrugs and capelets although more economical, are : Lindsey G. Chancy, 820 E. n" '

>. equally as pleasing as mink and are ideal for tropic i Union ,St., 20 and Geneva T.. l I1 3Qin
Woodley, 1316 Dora St., 19. I { 1
"'.'k nights and balmy weather such as we are experiencing now. Roosevelt A. Bacon, 1537 \ .. '. } 11 F Which word IS o r.

::':.:.:- But, if you really want reach her heart, and have something Franklin St, 21 and Annette V. 1 : '
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t t. .: left to squire the precious lady around to Christmas Sykes, 1087. W. 12th S., 20. .. :

aid cocktail Habey Collins, 1634 E. 22nd St., .r. Grnoi' tc
f.1.: parties lounges, the mink-collared
i 22 and Johnnie M. Heath, 1765 E. ..u T
cashmere sweaters cannot be surpassed. They come with : St. 21.Cataline .L ,
26th ? !-
.. Gordon's
luxurious-looking deep collars of precious mink, color ; Rodrigques, Jr., 1656 +Y : VN -

keyed to the various cashmere sweater tones. There's gift J W. 32nd St.. 20 and Shirley A. vt -
for you. : Jackson 1519 W. 7th St., 18.

; A. J. Daughtery, Rt. 2, Box 258
Lest readers think I have 'high-hat, here is a
my gone Jax, 21 and Patricia A. Wilks, Rt r
reminder, 'It' s to selecting a gift that will always be 2, Box 258, 1I \ / I

cherished. So, for the more practical side of giflbuying t \ _

here are additional suggestions:' Betrothed i If i'

Perfume, all fragrances, sizes and prices, can be I L LI t p

found to suit the most discriminating taste; cosmetic I
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cases; nylons; accessories, such as jewelry, gloves --
ARTHUR PRYSOCK, internationally known balladeer of 1f GORDONS
bags, and the like, to compliment a favorite outfit;
popular songs, and star of radio, television movies, an
[lounging! or hostess outfits; any of these will make her
top flight clubs shows was a recent guest of socialite y1- I
eyes sparkle long after other events of the Holidays ,
i Mrs. Azee Anderson and friends here last week. Mr-
: have been forgotten. ,.
also Mrs. Anderson and friends guest at the
prysock was LONDON DRY .
Gents, take the above suggestions for starters, look tk 4L 4.MMSilh
recent Orange Blossom Classic in Miami.; He left during GIN .
for hints from the little lady, and go on from there. ., :
midweek for Miami to open a series of engagements or 1w
It s still the sentiment that counts most. Miami: Beach. IK( '

I s He is shown chatting with Jax Urban, League's ExecutiveSecretary t ir* -1 t" | 'Ii. :

Junius. Bowman, (right)

As usual, along with sleighbells and Christmas bells we
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can catch faint chimes of wedding bells.A .. is 69years older, but since
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beautiful candlelight ceremony uniting Avalon Anaida

Darby Dowdell and Jimmie Cromartie of Bradenton, Florida, A Chair Is a ChairIs :f Y cordon's was introduced *A 'j;

was performed Saturday afternoon, December 15 in the Stork ChairThe
a in in it has been @
I home of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. John B. Darby I II I England 1769,

1335 West Ninth St. The Reverend Goldie L. Boys,' uncleof I Mrs. Estella K.- Lyons announces Deliveries )1n
unusual !seat on tht".rdjuott.rlatic the world's word for gin. \
the bride, conducted the ceremny.Mr. the engagement of : hair, built for

and Mrs. Richard Harvey of Bradenton were sole Frances Burn To secretaries., is split in two equalliahes. r '
her daughter, Kaye : each half responding. .. DISTILLED LONDON DRY GIN 100%NEUTRAL\ SPIRITS DISTILLED FROM GRAIN.90 PROOF 3t\\
attendants Mrs. Harvey honoring the bride and Mr. Lyons, to Officer Alexander the Height antI movement of i vrcsfl GORDON'S DRY GFN CO.LTD.UMKN' } .N J.PROOUCTOf A 6;;

Harvey serving as best man to the groom. G. Joe son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hardy the. two "hahes" of the body, .... ...,
a biological fact that the ordinary <- 1 i.r' i..
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included 9
Out-of-town guest Mrs. Laura Hammond, Branden and Mrs. Willie Joe. chair has never taken .. / ( :. 1 ,,'i l.J.
ton, Fla.. nad Mrs. Ida Mae Atkins, New York City. The bride-elect is a June Boy. into consideration.

I Mr. Gloria jane Moore, sister of the bride, headed the graduate of Florida A. andM. Mr. and Mrs Herbert Cul-.. I

receiving line, while Miss Saint Frances Darby and Miss University where she ver, 613 Court 3, Girl.

Murnace Coleman assisted with refreshments. received her B.S. Degreein Mr. and Mrs. William

Nuptial music was furnished by Miss Guelda White. Elementary Education.She Henderson, SID Bakers. ,

The taride is a recent graduate Florida A&M uni is presently employedat Ave. Girl. .. I w

1 versity and is employed by the Duval County Board of the J.R.E. Lee Schoolof Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Col-

Public instruction as a teacher. at James_''ffeldoa Johnson Mulberry. Florida and lins, 313 w. Union St. ,

junior High School. is a member of the Alpha Girl.

Mr. Cromartie is also a graduate of Florida A&M uni- i Kappa Alpha Sorority. Mr. and. Mrs. Roy McKennon

versity and is assistant coach at Lincoln Mermorial Higl 1 Mr. Joe is employed by 7136 Easther Street

School in Bradenton. the Police Department of Boy.
Mr. and'Mrs. Willie Rich.
Lakeland. Florida. He .
6416 Lobelia Road. Boy.
native of ..Savannah.Ga. Stai -
1 Mr. and Mrs. Clude Kirk- -S. -- ..
.:, but presently
The Jefferson Street apartment of Mrs. Bettye R. Belton Lakeland. Patrick 804 Portier Road.

I'' served as a meeting place for Les Fleurs Whist .Club Plans for their wedding Girl.

,) Saturday evening. ill be announced. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Davis ,

Members present and enjoying the delicious refreshments 1581 Ella Street Boy.

included Mrs. Juanita .,att, Mrs. Fay Helms Mrs. Irma ._. Mr. and Mrs. David Hen-

Villarin, Mrs. Helen Grimes Miss Estelle Williams, r-::; ; derson 806 Palmetto St. ,

Mrs. Dorothy Dunlap. Mrs. Barbara Walker Miss Myrtle '.1 I r Boy. I
Turner' Mrs. Cornelia Oree and Mrs. Doris Scott. f .: :\ r. Mr. and Mrs. James Byrd

.t l 4., d1 J. Of' 1248 W. 4th St. Boy. I RivEm __

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Christmas vacations started for many persons this MERRY Clain. 6106 CarnationRoad
week and of course, seasonal parties have begun for *. Girl.Mr. .
organizations.Entre and Mrs. Harold Wai- lCQUORS' l
many I
Nous Bridge Club will meet Friday evening' in THE FLORIDA STAR. !!I bey. 1720 Highland Ave. ,

the home of M \ and Mrs. Dennis Stewart. Details of t stlss ssc c Girl.

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Mrs. Emma Bell of Atlanta. Georgia attractive representative -

of a milk company, was in the city recently -

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/ A gospel musical program featuring several groups z
4f One BL Block North of St.
1 will be presented Dec. 31"in the auditorium of Mt. Tabor : _

E| tint Church, Fifth and Mt. Herman Streets. ,: rti ry .' 3e ALBERT
tpj faring on the program will be the Voices of ,

Jerusalem, the Cavaliers, Sunny Rose, Soul Revivers, 1 .r

Starlight, Silver Singers, Trunpetters. the BSA Chorus,. > Big News For Men

and the UN Gospel Singers The featured group will be

the Sunbeam Spiritual Singers and'Andrew McCall. Edwards
3 The public is invited. The Rev. H. T. Overstreet ;:

host pastor. .
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Preparations are being made by the members of choir 1 :
of St. Paul AME Church for their annual musicale recitalto Domestic & imported

be presented Dec. 31, at 7 p.m. in the church. ...;,
i Solo numbers will be presented by Naham McClellan who
REGISTRARS -- during
one-day ,executive board meeting of the Florida State Funeral
will sing "Sweet Little Jesus Boy." Mrs.! Dorothy Bacon. Directors and Embalmers Association meeting here Tuesday week were Mrs. Edward Mc-

Leonard J. Roberts and Mrs. Eardean Taylor. Rea St. Petersburg (left) and Mrs., F. B. Stone. Tampa. Being enrolled (from left
In addition to the choir featuring Christmas music; are Ernest Clark ) Custom Made
or st.
Petersburg. J. Maxwell Charlow of plant City. Albert Drapes'You've
- spirituals, and semi classics will also be heard.
J Cunningham of Ocala, Elihue
Brayboy of St. Petersburg Oscar Hillsman of
Allen N. Green is director and Jacksonville Tried Others Now
organist of the group. Try Us"
B. F. Gibson of Fort Pierce and David Larkin of Clearwater. ,

( Photo By Fillyaw ) Edward & Randolph Ine
The annual Emancipation program will be presented Jan ,

uary Auditorium 1. 1962, sponsored at the Apostolic by Mrs. Elizabeth Church of Holts.in Christ r The True Spirit Of Xmas I 'Woodlawn Presbyterian 1157 W. 8th St. EL 42524Special

I Scheduled to deliver addresses will be Missionary D. i -

'Cooper Elder Thomas Brown and Elder M. Howard. Church NotesBy Now' 'Sizes 20-24-

.\, The choir will sing the National Anthem and Go down I till Xrpas 26 inch

Moses. Miss Mamie Gibbons will serve as guest soloist. rrmi. L. N. Pearson Sr.
Miss Dorothy Davis offering a reading and other partici- and

pants will be presented. The public is invited. Church schools' schedulefor middleweightdurability

Sunday are slated to /J,1.y '- \ !

begin at 9 a.m. on the new j Chrome trim!

The Trumpeteer Gospel Singers will be presented in a site, 3066 Woodlawn Rd. t ,. Boy's
musical program Dec. 24 in Starke at the First Born and at 9:30 a.m. at the

Church of the Living God. i Elder F. Howard is the host, old site State and Laura "i ..- .. Girl' I

J .,Castor. Soloist for the group are, Walter Brown and sts T. V. Harper, : ,

Dorothy Telfair. superintendent in charge, t\j\
Featured,selections will include: "I Love The'Lord announced. .
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'Meet Me In Galilee, "Does Jesus Care" "Wonder Pev. Franklin D. wiJson :' '

What The Lord Can Do, "He's Alright. and other
pastor, who was absent
HUMANITARIAN GESTURE: Customers and employees of the
seleections.k Layaay NQW-$1 Holds! )x
from his pulpit last Sunday -
Bottom Dollar Store 2255 W. Edgewood, demonstratedthe
k Appearing on the program will be the Angelite Gospel
i true spirit of Christmas last week, when they in Woodlawn United
Singers. The groups will depart for Starke Sunday '
turned over $72.20 to Justice of the Peace Dorcas B. Presbyterian Church. He
morning. All singing groups are invited to go along I will be supported by the 2888 U\\ :
Drake who in turn gave the money to Mrs. Rachel ice,
with the Trumpeteers.
church choir with Mrs.
mother of the five children who perished during last

September flaming truck crash here. Taking part in Rudyne Watson at the con- .

the generous Xmas gesture were: Mrs. Emma Ford, (left) sole.

Usher Board 1 of St. Paul AME Church met recently and Judge Drake and Mrs.'Camilla Edge Jones. Mrs. Sallie Regular midweek prayer BRING THIS COUPON IN
is the store's manager. services will be held
held its election of officers. Sampson

'Officers elected were: Mrs. Gussie Jenkins, president; (Royal Art Studio Photo) Wednesday beginning at and Receive
7:30'p.m. in the sanctuary
Mrs. Bertha Bing vice president; Wheeler Pinkney vice
This will consist of
president; Mrs. Clarice Street, recording secretary; Roller Skates
and Bible study.
Mrs.' Sallie Mae Stoke assistant secretary; Mrs. Eula Progressive Baptist/ Groups prayer Weekly choir rehearsal

Graham, financial secretary; Mrs. Mable Henderson
will start at 8 No./ 4's & No. 5's
treasurer; Mrs. Ruth DeWitt chaplain and Mrs. Pauline Meet p.m.
Goines, reporter. .1 I In Marietta Dec. 27-37 Thursday the sanc-

tuary. Members are urgedto For Only
1 I I The Ministers and Deacons Mutual Union and the Women'
be present. Those
.. Missionary Society auxiliary to the Emanuel progressive '
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:: fl' wishing to become members
Baptist Association, Re\ J. W. Johnson, moderator will 2098
may join during this
convene in New Hope Baptist Church Marietta, Dec. 2731.On period.The pr.

Dec. 28. Mrs. Olivia
hams Mrs. James Jackson United Presbyterian
Sf King, Mrs. Hattie Thomas
Mrs. G. G. Webb. Mrs. H. Youth will hold their' SURPLUS GOODS COMPANY
Mrs. Alice Robinson and .
1 r: now itSPepsi Telfair. The B. W. Wil- annual Christmas Party
Mrs. Ethel Baker will con- ARMY-NAVY GOODS STORE
liams Choir of Ht. Bethel Saturday at 7 p.m. at 3066
duct worship service. All FLOHIDA'B OLDEST BUBH-US PTOKC
and Moncrief Baptist Woodlawn Rd. Parents are
t women are requested to TOY CBTAIUBMCO 11*
f r t Churcftes will serve.On requested to bring their
Dec. 29, Deacons James' children and to call for '
Bibles. The Forum subjectis 427 WEST ADAMS STREET TELEPHONE EL 6-O241
ftp those
Pugh and Robert Newman them at 9 p.m. The pro- 6.02424aCKLONVILL
"What Baptists Believe 10135 BfcB W. Pfc. RA 4 5750
will conduct devotions. gram will be rendered in
1 WM think young ." Mrs. Louvenia New [ 11. FLORIDA
I The education sermon will the sanctuary.
man will be moderator.
I be delivered by the Rev.F. .
Speakers will be Mrs. C.
L. Wilcox alternate
L. Boyd. Mrs. C. I. Wilt TI
t M Rev S. A. Thomas.
-- r -- :-:: Educational will be
.. rally v
led by Rev. R. Scott and I

Deacon Charlie Smith. Best Wishes For The Holiday SeasonAnd i i1i

During the final day, I

Sunday School will be at '

'/ M Madelines CofkeShop Season's Greetings 11 a.m. Deacons James .

__ Baker and M. Wilcox will

: ._ I ::,.\ conduct devotions. TheRe 1.9 The New Year r' i
v. W. M. Smith will '
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preachthe sermon Rev. {
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A. 0. Williams is alter- I
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in charge of the service M'
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People's Hour will beginat .M,

249 p.m. with Mrs.

Sarah Jones, director in
y ,charge. life sermon will be

i 1jT'J1h'e I preached by Rev. G. L. i I

Boyd. alternate Licentuate -

Curtis Telfair. Wordsof
; appreciation will be .
.! given by Mrs. M.M. Harris.
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,Plans. Recital- i AFRO-AMERICAN I
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to tell all
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Choir 1 will end a successful .

5! .We enjoyed serving them during the past year .. and to wish them a I..j I. Its years schedules programming a recital when i LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, .

; Sunday night Dec. 31 beginning .
at 7 p. m. in the : B

MERRY XMAS and A HAPPY NEW YEAR : \ B church auditorium. : l .\.

Prof. Allen N. Green. : :.DR. JAMES H. LEWIS .
: Minister of Music at St. ) I.
I Paul ,will direct the choir: / .

.'I i : Madelines Coffee Shop -:: :\ :.:" .. during tions. its Nathan varied McClellan presents, CHAIRMAN-PRESIDENT '

: choir president, is inviting :
.,: : 1929 KINGS r EL 4-9962. : : other musical groups 'l : J. 0.: ''MATHER MANAGER, JACKSONVILLE DISTRICTp .

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f I+ ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. Shown reviewing the curricular offerings of Gibbs Junior I FOR THE CHECKERBOARD"
I 612 West Ashley Street College with its faculty members is Dr. J. T. Kelley, director of Teacher Fducation. '. ,1ACXb VILLF, FLORIDA 14 WEST UNION
FL 41629STJUU6HT _
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Simmons, and Leroy Johnson. Dr. Kelley was'in the city to ascertain the College's
readiness for added recognition via state and-regional evaluation.
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.;r..x..... .: j. -' ,. Brewster Men :Kappas Plan t Scoufers' New a V

'First Annual Ball
Slated To Hear I Officers Slate ,- \
Here t 1i
Dec. 29lh '

5 C Bishop C Gibbs v Is/ Announced
The Jacksonville.AlumniChapter
Y Lii' ;
of Kappa Alpha f-r
_- __ rHICKORY' Bishop Carey A. Gibbs,
.- { .: Psi Fraternity will enhance With> its new slate of
lnuU the presiding prelate of '
their annual Kappa officers ready to assume
Ilf \ the 16th Episcopal Dis-
.' 'f' '. : Scholarship Fund drive Unties for 1962. the
I' 1''W trict of the AME Church,
r". ..::, with their first' annual Cherokee Division jof North
YltAF.8 OLD ; comprising South America,
Kappa Krissmass Ball Florida Council Boy
(. ..'.'' ...A i will be the speaker for
: :
.. Scouts of America has
.., which is scheduled Friday
s-::-v :<.ft. ,-.---, ... ,"; ....) : -.: the Brewster Men's Club
'<'; <. ::$.:,.: >;; :,.t-="" .'",1J.'fa:!:; breakfast program Sundayat )'night, Dec: -'29:in'- lY5---; rei&led ito advance ticket "-
Armory. sale for the annual ban-
7:45 a.m. in the 'd
The event is slated from quet slated for Thursday
( NAGNIFI CENFai hospital' dining room. 10 p. m. until 2 a. m. night Jan. 25 in Matthew _
The Bishop accepted the
invitation extended to For many years, the W. Gilbert High School
annual Scholarship Fund jCafetorium.
him by Solomon Jones I --
\ drive has been one of the The division is already -'"' -
chairman of the program
'I'mffi) WJ1 committee. Bishop Gibbs, outstanding projects of entering into its ,final Christmas Specials
the local alumni group. phase recruit 200 FULLY DRESSEDCATFISH:
who once presided over ,,, .
Invitations are now additional into the I ldt Wi I li t,bu" eels .1,'" 49c
the 11th Episcopal Dis- euppio Iud tea Ib
available from members of following units before the
: trict of theE Church, GENUINE
mCKDRY'j the fraternity. deadline closes. FLORIDA LOBSTERS lb. 59C
comprising Florida will .
Other projects sponsoredby The units have until the Holding the Line in Spite of General Price Increas
bring the Christmas mes- .
) ......____.______...._ "'__'. .. ..._._,...._._n'.> sage to the group. the local Kappas include first of the year to complete SPECKLED TROUT Lb.49c.
the annual Black and their recruitment
BOURBON WHISKY BS PROOF! ) OLD KCKCSY DISTILLERS: co.FK5LA. White Ball which is held deadline. BLUEFISH *""" 39c
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during January of each
"very underrated" IjmenH Slim
year and the Southern
Regional Kappa Conclave --;;:
Notice which is scheduled for se

Jacksonville in April. .
i J Special Announcement Robert Mitchell and
William Mathis are pole-
When You Need A CAB march and vice polemarch,

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k Miami News' McLemore Tells Inside Story Of Rattlers' Inspiration ,

II Hockey's, Jackie Robinson Brown's Draft FAMU' Just Couldn't Lose I He's' Ci cy's Big! Gun I

Sandy*Stephens Regardless! Of The ScoreI I L I :- _

I .r "5AY CHICAGO -- If he takes 1MOysbandWasWithTheg. .. t :-

advantage of opportunities V ati r- .
By "' .' .. '- r a
Morris McLemore : x + .,,
promised him, Minnesota'sSandy :,;:.'>

Stephens will become !MIA\!!I -- 'One C%:'ornin Kin early Novenber, 'a' call from M

the ffrst Negro to quarter an old friend shook he: awake., Mis information shook me
L.JA back a pro-football team far worse than the 't a lephone' bell however. ..rk

according to Coach Paul "I've had some bad luck, .. .

Brown of the Cleveland he said. The report is. in. cheer and hope rather than I

Browns. It's Pig Casino. Yeah i. the somber one it night

During the ,recent draft- the liver. Rut let's don't have been.
ing of graduating col- fret about that now. .' 'A month, passed and the

legians, Stephens was the There' something
you probably answer was shaped by eventswe
number two draft1 choiceof can do for me. could not foresee. .

;! $ the Browns. 'I f you don't mind too !1r. I'ubhard's! good wife

Fated high on every pro nuch.would please ,
you '
Loyal Lee I'ubbard.! stayedby J a r y;
J 3! K team's lists Stephens check into the chances of his side during his-

quarterbacked the Gophers getting a fellow on a illness of course, and it M f" { r

for three seasons, the stretcher down on the side was she who called to ask ar-

recent one being his best. of the field for the Orange me of the progress made r, < '..aaR

Stephens' final college Rlossom Classic
toward the
y sideline ar-
.y game will come on ;New "I don't know how to approach rangements. ry t

d+ I Year's nay when he leads it but this is the I "''e have a large limousine,

the Copiers against UCLA one football vane I've otto she was told. 'It cnn be

in the famed Rose Bowl see this year. I'-d rather parked off the field, down

contest. at Pasadena. see it than all the
others at the corner of tae: sta- ... _. ,_, ._., ..........._ ___... ,,, "V" ----
fl..A., rLADFS WILLIE"o'FER of Frederickson New rrunswick. put together. hate to be dium, nd he can-sit inside' .n.y--. ,,,
Hail Pl\tJL !furl ir for,'! '; l' if 'fns f'ltlrtt!
,anada, is the only Negro player in organized hockey Of FameHARRY a bother but maybe Jake I'm afraid it won't work '
I 'ti. 1-: Ol'! (o')i Ui \("V < :';'rpio-!' t ti L 1 ",iif-a'; ian tt11s
raerly with the Boston Bruins, O'Pee is an outstanding raither wouldn' t mind too 'she sa:d. lie srmch'ica.: er. I
season. "rogue recently scored 27-points to aid t.F
Member of the Blades in the Western Hockey League. nuch.: Per;taps an nnbulance. '
4" rearcats in their clase 0-53 win over rake University
-- 'his news fror "'
}.nant rrl.is was arranged. Officials .
You p itfia ve to Go to Town to Gbt Y !avis "ublard was stunning.I of the Classic .cooperated -

J (. I *- with him on a radio and Coach raither I I

LOW PRICES ,. # r show less than a month: be was corpletely understanding STAR Advertisers

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We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn Nov the report t'tat! he New officers Lincoln held recently Golf and at Schenley in '61

hnrt cancer--and no chance
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whatever of
recover -
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WOOD'S DIXIE PHARMAC? mumble shattered sone my morning.words and I entire staff of officerswere

)r I elected to assume
suggested he drop a note to
1302 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE JEFFERSON Jake aither, coach of the their former positionsfor
PHONES El 3-5597-98 CIAA Commissioner Harry 1962. _
rlo ida A. and M. Tattlers
W. D.li... W. A'.. fill All Doctors' Prescription Jefferson former athletic The slate for the new
hosts fo' the Orange Plosson
PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE director and head coachat Cl assic.- year includes: Flwpod

BILLS \ Hampton Institute, was Banks, president; 'Joseph
AT OUR_STOREJ'JACKSONVIlLr { ike most connoisseursof I
FLORIDA recently inducted into the Pauline Fr. vice president -
football \''y I'ut!:'bard
i National Association of ; Samuel Munroe! recording ( .
I long ago becane intriguedby ;
intercollegiate Athletics' secretary; P. J.
the speed and dash of fl
Hall of Fame The Parkersburg I Jenkins assistant recording -
the etro players fron : ii
: rest, Va. nativewas '' secretary; OscarL. .. s x
'allahnssee. r.ili: ther. the
honored for his 35 Hillman treasurer;
skilled artful nan who
years of service in Lillie C. white financial
now has led theM to 13Q
athletics and his out- secretary; Melvin Copeland -
victories against only
standing contribution in business manager,
21 defeats and four ties. :
the field of athletics. :" ,and James Holmes chap- .
Later, Mr. I'ubbard sent S
AwardFor o copj of his letter to lain. Installation was iJctc4
Big conducted by Mlliara
(;aitler: the coach. It vies
praise and appreciation of
HowardST. Other members include:
the rA''U teams he had seen
tg F.L.J. Banks James Burris
ssJI previously and the hope he wM"1
Farl Peid, John Rutledge ,
LOUIS MO. -- World could see the coning gore

Champion New York Yankees' agninst--ns.it developed-- William Shellman, Otis hr

first string catcher Elston Jackson rotate College of Speights Isiah Khite.VTillie .lr"

LEARNThe Howard is slated to receive Mississippi for the Negro C. Vhite. and :-
Herbert Mngate. > i,_ +t .
the St. Louis' Baseball man- college charpionship of the

of-the-year Award at the St. count rj. "rye wnrn
Louis Baseball Writers' 1 Ty I'ubbard's letter to ,

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H Washington and attended by Assistant Secretary of MEN: Assemble and Distributein 0
alA the Treasury A. Gilmore Flues (center) and other Treasury -, borne spare time new inven-

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Miss Cora Adams, of 914 Witnesses said Mrs. Owens

Caroline Lane stated that and Jerry Milton were together WANTED: 2 Exp. Female Cook

George Setzer, 23, her when Mrs. Alice 1 Exp. Butler; Bus Boys

TO OUR IIIII IIIII't1 former boy friend came to patterson 40, of 759 W. Domestic and Hotel maids;
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-V- --- r-. n Jnsfa/fafion/ Ceremony I Reese's RoostBy c -, "

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MIAMI -- Members of the
(EDITOR ..NOTE:) The refined, rather dignified looking
Miami radio and,
press young gentleman peering enigmatically through his horn-
Television were guests at
'rimmed glasses at life, the world and you. from the
the annual Orange Blossom
photo at the top of this 'week's 'Roost' column, is none
Classic And Festival Press
other than Hampton S. Reese himself, widely known and
Luncheon held in the roof
imminently respected in musical circles from border to
garden of the Biscayne
border and coast to coast simply as, 'Reese'-Arranger,
Terrace Hotel last Monday;
: Composer and Instructor of Music. Working without the aid

afternoon. of piano or any musical instrument, other than a tape recorder -
Some 100 persons were.present r
and his own phenomenal ear-sense of pitch-dis-

for the affair which _-rrIRvkvaI1jIt crimination, Mr. Reese writes and composes with equal

t jhad A&Y's' famous athletic facility in every known musical idiom, whether it be

director and head football Classical .
Popular' or Sacred. or Jazz.

.Coach, A.S. (Jake) Gaither 5 ';:t % QTr He began his musical studies at the age of ten 6A the

as featured speaker. Dr. Violin, with William Peterson, and later studied brass

George W. Gore jr. pre- instruments with Wilbert Robertson, Birmingham, Ala.*

,sident of Florida: A&M Uni- After this came a stint with the U. S. Navy Band B-502

versity and chairman of the followed by further advanced 'training in Composition and

Orange Blossom Classic and p t Orchestration at the C. G. Conn School of InstrumentalMusic

Festival Committee, also (where he later taught) and Schillinger House-now

'I spoke. Emory Collier, star. 'known as the Berk-Lee School of Music, in Boston, Mass.

Rattler quarterback, gave Then, as Mr. Reese says, The Army discovered me.' Two

brief remarks. ;; years after his Army band experience. Reese discovered

Julian Cole, a partner of : :' Florida, first Tampa then Orlando, and no& Miami, wherehe

I Venn Cole ana Associates /' INSTALLATION HIGHLIGHTED: -Impressive installation ceremonies featured the' recent installation of officers lives, writes and teachers, at 426 N. W. 4th Avenue. A

the public 'elationsfirm and members of the Miami Business and Professional Women's Club here. The organization plans to launch, its few of the 'names' he has written music for would include

retained. ly the Uni- year-long series of projects with a bazaar planned for the month of Jari ary. Seated from left are: Miss Earl Bostic, .Jackie Wilson B. B.- King. Lionel Hampton.

versity to promote the Mary Alice Smith chaplain; Miss Ernie Lee Cook. Miss Jacqueline Frazier. president; Miss Gwendolyn Wooten, Napoleon Reed; Duke Jenkins, Dizzy Jones, King Coleman;

classic presided. vice president. ;; Miss Larida Jackson, Miss Alice Simmons reporter. .Standing from left: Miss Evelyn Davis. Shamrock Film Studios,, in Winter Park, Fla. and WCKT-
t personnel attending -
University Mrs. Betty Sharpe recording secretary; Miss ,Thelma Hart, Miss Alstene Lynch. Mrs. Vevonne '!Thompson Miss TV (Channel 7) in miamihe wrote the theme music for

the luncheon (all : Dorothy Baldwin. Miss Jane Pratt Mrs Gloria Collier, and Mrs. McDonald of the YWCA. Channel 7's controversial film documentary: 'Miami con-
of whom are members of the- demned. He was also the driving force along with

\\-Executive Committee of the I.. __ __ Jt Johnson of Miami Photo' ) Artists Robert and Phyllis Satz. which brought the Sir
XBC) ) included, in additionto John's dynamic and daring 'Studio Two-House of the

Dr."Gore and Coach Gait- I 1- 'Classic/ '.E2'ns.EOY.Igf.t' To_ QueenHIGHNESS I Mays High To Present Seven Lively Arts inta being two years ago. He has

Jr., vice- .. -
her, J. R. E. Lee ... .
t'"f. t produced and directed a number of first-rate stage shows,
president and classic qwT n4 ; New Year's q1nce amcng them the fabulous 'Harlem Express Revue' which

founder; Dr. C. U. Smith, \\i'
Athletic Com- : The Mays B School featured such outstanding performers as Dottie 'Bahama
chairman i Alumni AssocIation will mama' Anderson Sylvia 'Miss Montego' Satin Nat Jones
; mdttee T. M. Rose, Athletic '
and many others. He emceed the
magnificent 'jazz For
present a New Year's
.- business manager; H. Freedom concert and rally held at the ,
Mary ElizabethHotel's
# at Memorial Youth
: Martin
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R. Partridge, business _;: Center in Richmond Heights I Fiesta Room earlier this year, at which Father
anager;; and Charles J. Theodore R. Gibson was principal
: guest speaker which
1962 10
of on January 1. p.
Ith director
III featured one of thejnost formidable
arrays of musical
to 2 Music will be
m. a.m.
;r ublic relations., I i; furnished by Kiah Brown. talent ever gathered under. one- roof in the history of,

p-I YOURE: : ON THE LIST j'A: ? Refugee Cubans. Pose Problem i._Miami.Keglers Sport /It Up I Ir

1 WASHINGTON -- The mounting "'j'!
0 1!: 'c'
4: 00a .-.:) influx of Cuban refugeesand
a .,,
s ., escapees from the
-4> ; Castro regime in the past
'w' .
t two years has created a ,i

serious threat to the

1N \ rY r =,;;( '. =' itnrtt economic security NegroES 1 .j
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) in the Dade CountyFla.
( ) area, a Senate Sub-

Committee was told hereon a -

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: HIGHNESS -- The Florida A&M university queen' Miss Faye Gary, .(standing) Ocala, The assertion was con- _:;_ o u.- A
bloatingwith pride atop her float, as it moves'down Miami Flagler Avenue duringthe w L
tained in testimony by H. ::
1 1961 'noon break' parade of the 29th orange Blossom Classic. The Rattlers defeated -
Daniel Lang, executive
Jackson State liege, 14-8. in the grid classic d
director of the Greater

.. FAMU's Famed Alumni; t ;Leaders. _. Attend -Pepsi' Fete.. Miami hearing Urban conducted League by"at the a .-i- .

.... < Senate Sub-Committee on
-- Refugees and Fscapees. FUTURE'CHAMPS ? --- Taking advantage of the ultra

"In Dade County (Miami) modern facilities at the Mi-Club bowling lanes last

r the Negro worker forms the week were: Zack Deaham left) of St. Petersburg; Miss

k- s t largest number of bott om- Clinzell Brown. Jacksonville and Herbert Green of

jw r, T: of-the-ladder laborers or Charleston. S. C. all on the line while Sidney

,. ..-c....", 1t marginal workers. Duhart Tallahassee, (seated left). Sgt. Willie J. E

Alex. Tallahassee, and Calvin James. New Orleans,
tabulate scores.


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JAZZ GIANTS AT THE CLASSIC -- Jazz giants Insurance Company of Durham is shown delivering the w
... alto sax player deluxe, and
(Cannonball) Adderley (left), of the principal address at the first annual orange Blossom TIE MARCH INCEST BAND IN THE LAND kicked off the 29th annual Orange Blossom Classic

his cornet,-playing brother Nat blew the pollen out Classic kickoff luncheon at the Sir John Hotel in Miami. with the traditional -noon: break' parade through the heart of the World's playground
I _orange blossoms and the sturdy Orange Bowl Others IB the- photo are Edwin T. Demeritte (left). pres. Miami under the direction of Dr. William P. Foster the FAHD 'Marching 100' had the

caved in from the rampacious approval of ClassicJ9&the 47,1&1.' Miami chapter PAW Alumni Association and Vice-chairman 47.'191 fans in the Orange Bowl yelling: yore, more, more...-* at the conclusion of

fans there to witness the 29th Orange Blossom 100' of the Orange Blossom Classic and Festival Committee;. and what was, perhaps the greatest half-time show ever staged in the Orange Bowl. .The
FAMU graduates of the fame Harching
and ex-members president aad,Mrs. George I. Gore jr. of Florida A&M. rhythm and blues show geatured the Jazz giant soloists, Julian (CaononUll) Adderley,
were canoall' s originals,
guest soloists of
on two ;the half-time Some 158 persons, many of national stature,. attended the alto saxophonist, and his cornet playing brother, Nat. Both artists are FAMU gradu-
[ 'Winetone' and Waltz' darin
luncheon .sponsored feer the pepsi-COla Company of New York. ates and former members of the gamed FAMU band. The Rattlers defeated Jackson state
rhythm and blues show taped:tar. the FASO, baad.sqrtv -- r
C lece.* 14-8 in the. grid spectacle. .
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I --S sln' --Greetings From. Alf Of Us To All Of You '. : -

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I Queen nBMM nH nBMnMBiaBnBBjHn p hfiBMnvnw Gets B B B* Trophy From HH HHHl 'Pepsi B Democratic National/ Leader a I I. King Gives Queen Her Trophy :.Sfudenfs Rally! I If jl

: Severely- Lashes, .GOP' Group, J i... To C9RE. 1

WASHINGTON John M. Bailey Chairman of the besocratic --' i

National Committee sharply criticized 4! Group ;:
,Republican ... .. ,
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c.a ti Chairman in the District of Columbia for d
BATON ROUGE La. --3.50Q \
.looming "to the defense of these groups which include
students attended a mass' J
racial hate, and bigotry in their arsenal of, so-called.
*..*..' rally on the Southern
weapons against* communism. -
I University campus pro-
The Democratic Chairman
J testing the arrest of 23
also criticized the :thinly I Deaths .y
CORE members while
veiled racial under, .
tone" of a recent statement picketing downtown mer- {
; chants for jobs and equal
by the same man. .Franc/s : $
7n ; lunch counter service.
h Carl Shipley, this. Republicans '-I.
i41tS The group of jailed CORE
were worried FuneralHome
members was led by David
over 'lopsided Negro
Dennis, CORE field secre-
fZ F voting'/ and that, a Republicans MR. EUGENE ,F. SMITH of 1 tary. Bond was set at t

; Congress might 1145 N. L. 4th Avenue $1.500 on the 'picketing
repeal the right of C.
DVj Apt. 11 died at Jackson 'and blocking traffic' ,
residents to vote for %
Memorial Hospital on Dec. .e charge but all have
President because "a one- 12th. Funeral .
Serviceswere pledged to refuse bond.

r Fi Party District of Columbia held at St. Haul AME Roinie Moore, chairman
will be intolerable. "
Church on Tuesday Dec. 4- 4 of Baton Rouge CORE, told
C .
This Republican threat 19th at 3:00 p.m. with the cheering audience:

.brought v he comment from Rev: M. J. Fayson.ppastorofficiating. 'Some people who' teach

Louis Martin, Deputy Survivors include M "Wait until
us say. you' reeducated
Chairman of-the Democratic his wife" ': Mrs. >f to join the fight

!ii National. Committee, that .Leona Smith; 1 son; Mr. ',' ."i .-- 'iIII'. .it,'. .. ...... for civil rights. We say.
"as long as Mr., Kennedyis
Alfred Smith; 2 daughters; QUEEN'S TROPHY -- Faye Annette Gary Miss FAMU for the 'The time is now. If we

President and we have a Mrs. Thelma Lewis and'MissIda current school year, smiles as she holds the beautiful wait we'll be just like

Democratic Congress, any Smith; 2 brothers; Mr. "'Queen Trophy which was given her during the first you and never fight for

GETS TROPHY-PHOtl-CAWNUftttAbL- -- Attractive---- ,rttjre Annette member of any ,race or "Sylvester Smith and Mr. annual orange Blossom Classic Kickoff Luncheon held at our rights.'Rev..B. '

Gary, Ocala, Miss FAMU for the current school year, ,is creed will be free to Marcella Smith; 3 sisters; the Sir John Hotel in Miami. The luncheon was given by Flton Cox, CORP
vote for he chooses
shown receiving the 'queen's trophY' from Julian ( Cannonball anyone Mrs. Essie rae Mackey; the Pepsi-Cola Company of New York, donor of the trophy. field secretary said

) Adderley, the world s premier alto sax player, at without fear, ."."of reprisal Mrs. Willie Bell Upshawand Both the luncheon and the trophy are 'classic' firsts. 'This is not a passing

the first annual orange Blossom Classic Kickoff Luncheon. or punishment. We Demo- Mrs. Marie Grant and Some 150 persons attended the luncheon, including many fancy. We are growing

Seated at right is Miss Antoinette Brown, junior attendant crats hope to win our and friends.MR. persons of national stature. At the left of Miss Gary is ,stronger every day. Join

to ,Miss FAMU, of Pensacola. Some 150 persons, Including votes on our record of WITHROW JACKSON of 711 Dr. Jacob L. Reddix president of Jackson State College.. the march and give segregation \i

several nationally known celebrities, attended the affair p.erformance not on N.W. 5th Ave. Apt. 3 died The Rattlers defeated Jackson 11-8. before a record hell. f

which was sponsored by the pepsi-Cola Company of New York, threats which would seek at Jackson ,Memorial Hosp. 47,791 fans. ULTIMATUM ** \
to make minority '
groups '
donor of the trophy. Florida A&M university's Rattlers on D.ec. 13th. Funeral The picketing arrests'

defeated Jackson State College, 14-8, to win the 29th second class citizens services were held at (A&M staff photo by 'Horace Jones) came after CORE had given
without the right of. free
annual Orange Blossom Classic football game before a Francis Funeral Home 12 downtown merchants an

crowd of 47,791. fans in the Orange Bowl Stadium. franchise. Chapel on Sat. Dec. 16th I Ala./ Farmers Protest To U. S. I ultimatum to desegregate

(A&M staff: photo by Horace Jones, jr.) at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. facilities and offer equal

Ili'lIlt8.! } Aaron D. Hall officiating. TUSKEGER INSTITUTE, Ala.---Bitter complaints of Job opportunitiesThe ..

Survivors include his wife Negro farm leaders that they have been left out" of ultimatum came just as 170 / ,

Pr Mrs. Inez Jackson; Father- major farm welfare programs will be taken to Agri- CORE members participatedin

in-law. culture Secretary Orville Freeman this week by Lawrence a two-day training

It MR. FRED MATTHEWS,of 10020 A. Potts, agriculture dean at Tuskegee. and special clinic. Ronnie Moore said A

S.W. 182nd Street in consultant to Secretary Freeman. registered letters were

,Perrine died at his homeon Some 70 Negro farm leaders Potts said today that he ;sent ;o :he mel chants

1 Dec. 14th. Funeral from 13 southsoutheaststates is synthesizing the com- after s>c attempts

5 v t ''s'sf services were held at The lodged their com- plaints which he will car- to set up .::?;".., i ad ens by

First Born Church in plaints at the 19th Annual ry to a meeting of the RAD telephone *>ad failed.
Perrine* on Wed. Dec. 20th Conference of Professional Advisory Committee in
iGETINGSii.; "They otccu 1. n't
at 3:00 p.m. with Elder Agriculture Workers Con- Washington D. C. the busy Christmas season -

) Wallace officiating. Sur- ference here Dec. 3-5. More Thursday and Friday (Dec. he. did

vivors include several than a dozen Agriculture .
14-15) The committeehas "I replied Christmas is
Ii nieces and Department representatives
broad policy powers busy season for both buy-

WILLIAM C. PINKNEY of attended the meetings. over RAD programs. I l ing and selling. '
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318 N.W. 6th Street died

at Jackson Memorial Hosp.on \ : '

.. Dec. 15th. Remainswere -F Free
Park P' EhShop j

Ga. on shipped Friday to Dec.Brunswick 22nd in an o/ eke


burial. Survivors include par4injacit4tiep
<,.. his wife: Mrs. Mary Alice
... Pinkney; parents; Mr. and where

,"). '. .' .' Mrs. Ben Pinkney Sr. ; 4 DOWNTOWN
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brothers and 4
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4 :n,,.. 4r PARK-SHOP this / Any parking lot or
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--= INTOSH of 1900 N.W. 3rd iMIIi emblem 1
: -". ; emblem will honor
Ct. Apt. 9 lied at her PARK-SHOP i
/ : ) rafidated Pork and .\
t' IA home Dec.
on 16th. survived -
Shop parking .
,. stamps.ThoyerMcNoO
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rED --' ;.... Mrs. Ralph McIntosh and Each of the members of Downtown Park

., several otheI.rel: j1ves'CORE' ; ;- and Shop will give you a stamp for one _

: ',; hour's parking when you shop with them. Abbott' Auto Pork 112 S. E. ht s..

i j Pickets AlIight Auto Pork, Inc 6.c S. E. lit St. 4
'.'; .{" AJIight Auto Pork, ? 130 S. f. ht St.
.. .. r' + Aixad K ddi. Shop 131 S.ybold Arcod. Allright Auto Park, Inc 173 H. !. 1st St.
... : b1 111 i Dad fed Sayings & AlIight Auto..Park 1ftC. 55 S. E. 4th St.
-\ I1 1 fl) Capitol's/ Lean Atioc. 101 E. FIogI.r St. Allright Auto Pan, I Inc. 221 N. f. ht St.
", ... ..' Alrright Auto Park, 1ftC. 41 H. W. ht St.
"' : Mil Davis 138 E. Flag_ St. Allright Auto Pork, I lac 121 H. E. 1st St.

yi ; Drag City, I Inc. 0 272 E. Flopl r Sf Allright Auto Park I Inc. 29 H. W. ht St.
: Stores AJlright Auto Park lac. 30 S. W. 4th St.
Dunlap She Store 41 W. flag_ St.
MILTON BUTTERBALL SMITH, :(4 C. M. Bishop' Gorag. 122 H. W. lit AYe.flagler .
COOK.. : .',' Federal,Savings&Loan 100 H. E. 2M AYe. luchy. Auto Pork 115 H. E. 2nd St.
; WASHINGTON D.C. Over luckey. Auto Pork 115
.' Florehein Shoe Store 243 flagler St. H. E. 3ref St.
f ;:
; -,,.' :-- ;- J 150 members of Washington .', W' Parking lot 201 H. W. 2.d St.
: .,: cup; Camera Store U9 S. L lat St.
,. .. .Listen To .., Chopnan's A.to Pork, 100 H W 1st S t.
four down-
; .... ... ., picketed Gifpln's Photo Supply 1" H. E. lat AYe: QoplllOn' At 'orb 107 H. W. ht St.
town department stores in Glebe Shoe Store 30 N. E. lat St. City Parking lac. 1" N. E. 3ref AYe.

H y .' protest against dis- x Greater Miami Federal City Parking, lAC. 1..9 H. W. lit St.

WMBMMIAMI : ..' .- .. criminatory hiring PO- Savings J> Loan 101 S. E. 2ad AYe. .CIty Parking! Inc. .1. H. MJo.r Ay..
." :' ; ,, City Perking, Inc 19 H. W. 4th St.
licies. Picketing was H.hdy's Department Store 22 N. W. 1d St.
.. .. ... CotuMrdol 'arkla Lot 317 S. Miami AYe.
j S FLORIDA. '- <- coupled with 'selective The Hub 129 N. Miami --Ye. Corfu-
/ a Parking Lot 301 H. E. ht Ay..
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.. l buying guide" listing Dwpollt Park'lag lAC. 200 E. 3rd St.
,. >: Stores 53 N. W. 1at Sf Dupont Plaza Parking, IM. 201 S. E. 3rd Ar..
1 ... (. ;those firms that deny Dvpoftt Plaza Parg, lac. 91 S. E. 3rd AYe. .
J .... .;: '. ', .t :- equal job opportunities. to Kirk Jewelers 26 H. E. 1st AYe. flogle torkug Service 60 .W. flogle St.

.; fke' Persolality SttimPERSONALITIES -0i':" "' Negroes, according to la f.... Women's Apparel 28 S. E. lit St. Hector', Sh pP n' Parking m s. Miami AYe.
\ Julius Hobson Washinton Lane Bryant 3- E. Floghr Sf. Herald 'arklng Gorog 22. S. Mia.1 AYe.
r \. H..illgtoA Allright Porkhig 126 S. E. 2nd Ay.
..--, CORE: chairman: There are Maynord Page 121 E. flogle Sf. I"prohom Parll"D 0 Garog. 226 S. E.-1st St.

40 stores on the- 'buying Maters JewelersMetropolitan '4 N. E. 1. St. Joy' Parking lot 160 H. W. lit St.
Bank Jo' PodI8g Lot 35 H. !L 2nd'St.
"IRSONALITIIS' Guide. of Miami 117 N. Eo h. AYe.
K ltIM7 Syst.m, lac 200 S. E. 314 Aye.
', t Hobson .further said. "We Miami' lug Co. ,.. 100 S. Masi AYe. I1uey SyII.... I.c. 300 S. E. 3rd'AYe.
; request that the community M & M CafeteriaNankin's ; 127 H. E. 2nd AYe. Ii."., Syst.al, lac .coo s. E. 2nd St.

not cross these picket liberty Parking Syit.m 169 N. W. Id St.
SHoes n E. fJogItt Sf.
: Mod' Porki.glot 100 S. W. 1st St
'lines and not shop with Original KebLs Jewelers 145 H. Miowt AYe. i Main Parking Lot 261 H. List St.I
those merchants who feel Moi.'etriMg lot 246 N. E.'tad St.
TW Paralon 45 f. fJogIe,.Sf. MllntcipoDowntorti Parking

.: ; .,that they can discriminate PkHpJtt'f Mask Co. 36 H. Miaisi A,.. : Gotog. #1 39 N.W. nda.
j1 against more than half % Mundpol Downtown ParUag
: : 1 S tndd's M a't Shop 127 E. fJogler SI. Garage #1 .co No W.3ref St.
of the Washington community
/ KkKartb DepL $lore. 1 N.. J. lit tr..t Ott' lorkfag lot 30 N. E. 3rd St.
with iaaunity. Parkway Corp. 20 S. f. 1st St.
"Let. them' feel the Dick Bdunond Men's Wear 201.. E. flcgbr-St. Porkwsy Corp. 22 S. W. lit St.Porkwoy .
Corp. 56 S. W. ht St.
econoMic pinch that Edrfer Jewelry Co. 160 L St.
'1.. they Flogh .
... PO PcriIag Lot 400)( N. E. 1st A.
have so imposed on bests, Credit JewelersStaterDewelry 13 W. fIogler SI. r IoIpIa' Auto Pork 70 S. W. 21N1 Sf.
'.. colored and 101' Porki.g lot 11. S. f. 2M St:
Co. 50 H. E. 2M A... mdy'.Poking Lot 51 N.E.4tb St.Edd .
job seekers" mid CORE. ., IMm.w 'orkLtg Lot .en s. MIa_ AYe.
.. Stephens, be liS s. L 2M A...
sa.adow Attie Perks 161 H. f. 2nd St.Sybtt'i .
: .. ...... 76 S. E. lat St: I So.tIaIo..dc U.e lac. 140 W. f1cg1et St.
: '. .. I S.aatls .... Parb 2.co s. f. 111 AYe.
; 16 ALL WI ..- 20.. W. flogSf.. ( SuaaW.. Porkl.p. Inc 3.51 S. L tad St.
,. ". GREETIN6S,. 1 Suasbia. .rkLtg, lee.. 121 H. W. lit Ar..
.>> ; ;"' f -* -- Sboes 155,L Flogla $I.
rNu /. U.L criLtg lot 49 H. W. tad St.
: 'i!r m'FRIENIS<" ; .: ',fL L lit- Sf. .
.1-,:. # Yariby Shop : -- Wig's .Porkieg 64 S. L 4tht5 Sf.
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Now Up To Supreme Court

WASHINGTON The 'fate of the Rev. Theodore R. Gibson,

4 .. y 4 g .fr xiw, : Florida clergyman and president of the NAACP.branch in

Miami is now in the hands of the nine justices of the

r _, United States Supreme Court. _
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Dec. 5 by NAACP General the Association could not
Counsel Robert L. Carter be compelled to reveal the
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asking that the Court. set names of its members and

aside the six-month jail contributors to state

sentence and $1.200 fine officials. '

'961 r r'. '"- imposed upon the clergy-* In the Gibson hearing,
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We extend to you I man by 'a Florida state the NAACP counsel con-

our heartiest wish court. tended that there was no
Father Gibson has been valid state interest which
for a Merry.Yule.
held in contempt of a could he served by reQUiring -
The Florida Star 'Staff Florida legislative inves- Father Gibson to

W. Brown tigating committee becausehe testify from the NAACP
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ae refused to verify list. He further pointedout
Mrs. J. Gilbert
that Florida authori-
answers to questions
Mrs.. L Guinyard : based upon the NAACP ties and courts conceded

A. Harold membership list. The that the Fpiscopalian

I It Florida Supreme Court rector was not subversiveand
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... 1 upheld a lower court con- that the NAACP wasa
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C. Salmon' tempt conviction of the legitimate organization.
NAACP leader.In .' Mr. Carter urged that in
B. Shields :3'r
WILLIE c. QUARTERM'AN.* ; his argument Mr. Car- the absence of facts con-
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'popular veteran sales.
1. Singleton + ter stressed the similarity necting Father Gibson or
'representative was ap- a w the NAACP with subversive
1. Terrancelilrs jR < between the Florida and
pointed general manager % organizations there waS
Alabama cases involving
: C. Taylor "of the Silver Star Bar i't" tyA 'no basis upon which the:
t: disclosure of NAACP
)J. Williams and Package Store locatedat ; ;; > membership lists. In theAlabama .state could require pro-

: 5668 Avenue B. this ; duction of the Associa-
A. Wise :9' 1. case, the Bu rene
w .,, "< tion's membership list.
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". All Wo'rk.GuaraQteed* The glorious >pirit
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Carports / Drive Ways ; RooJs/'etc : .boarded JMa'kenjratta.. leader of the Kenya African National Union Is shown as he recently ", ,.\: : :.

Chain Link or Redwood Fence Addis Ababa an Ethiopian, Airlines DC:6B in FranKfurt, Germany- en route from London to
Ehtiopia, where he
** was an official
guest of
1st and 2nd the Imperial "bplan
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'p'pHERCULES HOME IMPROVEMENT COMPANY Wilder. A.. C. jtSSl S ...... ",, -..-,, \ Z/ I

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6885 Phillips Highway Boxers Train f4

Within 75' miles of JacksonvilleNight ,

and Sunday Ca3.1: P0. '5-67ll For. AAU. Bouts :.1 ,

? 1e&Moncrief roZ
Coach Julius Guinyard 1.

announced that 14boxershave ARTISTIC BARBERSHOP Drive-In F. r1 R '

\ already reported for CHARLES SIMMONS. .
Mgr. :3w
; training at Wilder A. C. Fruit Market *

I Boxing Club in order to G.C. HcCurdy Prop. Motley Fuel Service, -
be in tip top shape for

the annual Florida AAU EU-9231 619,W... ASHLEY 45th SJ. & Honcrief Rd.__. Dr. and Mrs.dauohier.James ShmhanlA.rn. R. Hendersonand

i1, ck > c. Boxing Tournament slatedto -
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"And1"A yard said that he will s{:Kp Y:4.4tinsh..Si F.. v'ti X S, '<.f.... i''S"i 74:.v'vs.: ..1'v.rJ rt

., Happy New !! be minus the services of 2'I;
Year.a0 ..SaSy .., .
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Joseph Murchison. Tim ( :-" I

Ford and Milton Harrod i

all of whom have been assigned : s iI I

Ill to the Jesse St 4 / I
/ To our friends, Boys' Home boxing teamon I I

both old and new.CARTERS the eastside._ '
However he said he expects :_ '_ qy!. 'i'ACM' ... S M _
to build a strong rr
squad out of such promi-

sing veterans and new _t'L.L .;-
comers as: Johnny Thomas f a' yr a> .

II 147; Kenneth Wilson 137;

James Early 160; Willie _

London, ,160; Glen Shehee. _

135; Raymond Wilkes 130; -a .
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Nat Wright 140; Henry
; .g$ '4z Little Michael Claiborne loves Carnation. .
(\l'e. Matthews, 175; Frank McDonald x
Mixed with an equal amount of water it's
147; Fred West- stillas rich as state standards forwhofemilk.
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'--Inc.JacksottYllles .-- CarnationDOUBLEQUICK I
SAMMIE L. DAVIS leading Agencynow (I

has a fall staff of I
Licened Funeral Director BANANA PUDDING
:- '. trained colored detectives I
to handle domestic investigations I (MmJktt 4 tot tennngt)
Hour Ambulance Ser .
ice" child custody I 24 to 28 vanilla wafers I
C -.- body guards, aisslnc persons I 1 package vanilla pudding .
:- patrol & nite se- ; I
929WEST BEAVER ; f and pie filling mix
: <'cur t1. Strictly Confltiential. j ...-.rn.-.:.. --., _.:Ii'.M=----_ _....>" -'KIt I 1 cup undiluted I

PHONES EL 4.0545 EL 4.0546 I Mrs. Prince Qaibome (right) is a lecturer clubwoman hostess,homemaker and CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK
Phone. EX 83111 or PO 59844 mother. She is shown demonstrating the whipping qualities of Carnation to 1 cup water .
Vivian Sutton,Director of Young Women's Activities at Carver House in St Louis. 1 to 2 sliced bananas .

( : '" Vivacious Jean Claiborne, St. Louis; Missouri Line a quart casserole with vanjlla I J

... .(1.1erru' "4hrsti; I wafers. Mix the pudding mix. Carna J
; ns tion and water in a saucepan. Cook
\ l .;.... .. The. career girl who makes life easier I according to package directions.Pour I
I half of mixture lined
: pudding into
_ t' for 50 thousand homemakers casserole. Top with banana' slices. I

CommunityChurch of First Deliverance I Place remaining wafers on top of I
-. ':' Jean Claiborne has been.a Market tor recommended. Carnation for his '1 pudding. Cover with remaining pudding -
mixture.Chill before serving.
'Bishop.W.. & .'Paul 1 :': Consultant for the Carnation Com formula,of course." I V
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.., pany for the past ten years. Mrs. Claibprne conducts dozens of I
Presents ,
She conducts cooking classes, talks cooking demonstrations every year. '
G The Man. of Deliverance From Coast To Coast ,_. I.. at PTA and club meetings, appears "I love to show the smoothness of I, (
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')' on television,and shows young moth. puddings made with Carnation,"she -I
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Your Problem May Be, Through The Power oF God :
Whatever II.I
how to infant formulas
.- en prepare says (See recipe at right) ,

nd Your i Faith, It, Can .Be Solved..METE-. Daily Consultations at. home. ''". ,,' -7,,.
: : : : "1 had plenty of extra practice with pours and even whips like golden, .L i N J
S "THEIylANOFeOD11 ; .. : my own 3-year-old,Michael.His doc country cream-at the cost!

Spiritual Advice 9 a.m. ,.' 10 P.r -.sa. ,,. .
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H 1r, THE THIEF if IAGIA t F 1961

.HOLIDAY P' A y F 6J w

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There's .... I
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sending MEMBERS and guests of the Just-For-Fun Social Club gathered in the home of Mrs.

you Gladys Henderson, 6109 Carnation Road, last week to enjoy their last get-to-gather rw/\/D
Y .f Yule.gr.eetings..
of the .year and to also exchange Christmas gifts. Rounds of bridge were played and
:: Best"wishes to '
:1 :a sumptuous luncheon was served by the hostess. Seated from left are: Mrs. Lena

/ '1 you and yours.Bubba's House Mrs Helen COleman, guest; Mrs. DaisyFoster, vice .president; Mrs. Beatrice .

-r Williams, and ,hostess Gladys Henderson treasurer. Standing from left: Mrs. Edna When Santa arrives we hope he brings

Iszard, Mrs. Alvaria Davis reporter; Mrs. Edna Lewis. Mrs. Geneva Henderson pres- you a happy holiday season. Many

ident; Mrs. Fannie Bradford, secretary; Mrs. Daisy Baker guest and Mrs. Vivian thanks for lour fine friendship.

Robinson guest., a
____-'- (Royal Art Studio Photo) Bill's AMOCO SERVICE STATION
happy 54.50 CLEVELAND RD.

.. .-.. new Clara/ White Mission
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.)01. year Set Xmas Programs BILL LINWOOD, PROP. : PH. 7686171Seasons
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Coffee In previous years beginning Green Pasture Grill- a w
: Shop
., on Christmas Eve group of ladies under the !
/" Night the late Miss Ida direction of Joseph Johnson

Home Cooked' Meals. Bingham's Choral Group and will render a programfor : -' *L '" .. if ';
1O i'A't, ,;> "_ + < <>>i ':fr .:ir.,,', < '?.
members of the St. Paul the service men in >:
: Open 24 Hours ; ='. A.M.E. Church Choirs accompanied the auditorium of the USO C's "

617 W.: ASHLEY ST. EL4-97 01 '96z Op Miss Eartha M. building. 741 West Ashley ; r ':; ltf ;ttr;:.'

-. White to jails. Old Folk Street. ; ,
MRS. DAISY FORD.Prop. THE FLORIDA STARSeason's Homes,. hospitals.. other Saturday, January 6.
shut-ins and sang carols.At at 4:00 Christmas '
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p.m. 1 ''
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hundred bags of fruits and '::" ......
at Mandarin Beecher Stowe .
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vegetables including -u
Gr eef in as Community Center a projectof :t.: : ,
chicken and cake will be .
the Clara White Missionfor ;; .
given to those, holding the children of that ..' ,,:_ :!!! i >-

t tickets Fifty-four bags community. ,;'_"', ..-", -yo i '>A"">-
will be delivered to the
The follordng volunteer
&&TDN sick by the following per- workers have dressed more
sons; Rev. Dennis Rhodes. than a hundred dolls for ,

Rev. William J. Smith. the Christmas Tree; Mrs. N s
Rev. J. S. Johnson. Mrs.
\\ith,each hour of the New Yearwe Jessie Patterson. .Mrs.
wish jou joy and extend .. Daisy Ford J. B. Jacksonand Louise Brown. Mrs. Anna '
Ulysees Glover. Parker. Mrs. Sallie Blod- 1!
,our thinks for jour past Iy Y.'C' '
Promptly at 12.noon, the gett Mrs. Dena Abraham.
favors and patronage. __
,A. annual Christmas. Dinner Mrs. Ruby Koelman. Mrs.
will be served, at the Old Madeline J. Hampton. Mrs. Greetings

Folks Home. Helen McLaughlin. Mrs.

At 3:00 p.m. the annual Brown, and tfrs. Marie' Greetings to oureverywhere. friends
Christmas Tree will be
Mangram Singleton. Friendsare
We hope to
held for the children invited to qome by and

holding tickets in the see the bags.JJlerry serve you during 1962.
auditorium of the Clara
White Mission. The Christmas Christmasand

message will be givenby SPEARS FURNITURE COMPANY

the Superintendent of
the Good Sheppard Church A Happy New Year
Sunday School, who for a

number of years ,has fur- Season's GreetingsTHE I

p nished more than one EL54641
hundred toys for the underprivileged FLDRIDA STAR

children.On .1 .
New, Years night. The

FIESTA MOTEL ,. >> r' I,
Greetings and -

26 Rooms Air Conditioned Private Bath With i Tubs and Showers\ Best Our wishesTo Many ', : ..NOW

1251' KINGS RD. For Reservations Call El 50938 Friends and ,Customers .
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1961 WINDOW FREE. .i< '.

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Happy' ay >

To All wishes to all
f friends J2OO EAST Z/st STREET '_

From the Owner, Managers & Employeess HIM at T ir.JACK' '

COMBSOwner 2/st: Sr .t e ;,Mlk"h :.:

'Of-Tne Ritz Theater Ritz Gr; L; :-. E16-968I : --T .

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