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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 31, 1960
Publication Date:


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


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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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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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 31, 1960
Publication Date:


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


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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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a.ti' A i : I II I II I Integration Suit ,Filed r Klan ,thief Resigns, Says

Against :Airport Facility Integration Unstoppable -

/ TAMPAr-A prominent Jacksonville minister filed Tampa-It was. announced Wednesday that Bill

suit in federal district court here Dec. 23 in Hendrix, a member of the Ku KLux Klan for the

seeking to erase segregation practices. a t a past 22-years, and two-time unsuccessful gubernatorial -
I local airport restaurant. candidate, resigned his Klan. membership -
he could not legally Conduct
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rr.....And Heaven reflected in her face. Plaintiff in the suit vIDe Districtand also against racial inte-
"Miss Kargaret C. Baker, one of the 1960 debutantes portrays a etching -. is Rev. Ruben E. Lamb, serve as head of the I his organization's fight
picture of grace and infinite charm as her escort bows gallantly. an official of Florida East Florida Annual gration.In
(Two full pages of photos taken by "Available Light" will appear in African Mettixfigt- Epi s- Conference, State director predicting that r Miami HitRun"Driver
school integrationwill
next Friday's edition of the FLORIDA STAR.) copal 'church who said of religious education come In September Arrested
that he was denied ser- and state accountant
Frankfurter Clark tutional right to me 1961 and that no MIAMI A oldJPerrine'jiari
High Court vice at Bartke's Re s- 22-year
and Charles Whittaker. and, all .Arkansas, state legislature ,,
--taurantlast", 1 P'. -,, .- ------ "" .., ..wag,, ar -
Justice Frankfurter teachers.<< Named also as ,de f e n- "prevent",: lt--by; 'I.eGa1m fur-- rested"by Dade County-
Reverses Ark.. suggested the court Justice Potter Ste- dant in'the suit: is the ans, Hendriac law snforcement officers -

might review later a wart wrote the opinionof Hills bo rough' County A<- ther disclosed that, for the Sunday hit
Bias ActW.tSHINGTOND.C. involving the court.A dissentby "l o Klansman nor anybody -
case actually "viation 'Adhrl.yvhichreportedly -run death of the Chi-
else who has ,
Tb dismissal of a Justice John Mar- has juris- cago mother of a Ken-
teacher who was a member shall Harlanwas joined diction over the ai sworn to uphold the dall Cantor.
Supreme Court decision
this week knocking out of the NAACP. by Justices Felix I 'port in which the res- Constitution the laws of the and Unit-obey Held in custody is

an Arkansas law ..re- taurant is operated as 2: ed States can in any Caesar Brown who authorities
quiring public schoolteachers I POLICE REPORTS I a concession.The r way stop integrationnor said admit-
to .list all :suit also seeksan ted to the fatal accidental -
the taking over
the 900 block f
o injunction to death of Mrs.
their organizational :NEICE STICKS UNCLE p r e- of state laws."
affiliations was seen WITH BUTCHER KNIFE Jefferson St., wherehe vent the defendants Hendrix further stated Kodner, mother of cantor -
the NAACP as a- was picked up by free refusing to serve, Charles S.Kodner.It .
that he would con-
nother step toward L.S Williams,42, of police and taken to persons because o f has been reportedthat
tinue his integration
complete freedom of 607 W. State Streetwas the DuvalMedical Center their color, Francisco the Brown's speedingcar
individuals to join stabbed in his where he was Rodriquezformer NAACP fight 'through struck Mrs. Kod-
church. The former
the .bsc.iation.j j! left anawith a butcher treated by Dr.Stephen. counsel who filed the ner f s family's car
knife last Sunday, Cooper said the two suit stated. Attorneyfor Klan member was head and sent it crashinginto
The court held in- a police reported.The ,parties are known to Rev. Lamb. REV. RUBEN E. LAMP of the Southern a tree.Six other
5-4 decision that a victim stated him only as Patsy and .Rev.Lamb presiding ..sues airport cafe Knights of the K u members of the familywere

probe into all of a that he got in an argument $ten. elder o f the AME's Klux Klan when he re- said to have been

teacher's "organiza- with his nice Patrolmen W. Solomon church's North Jackson- Teacher ShoIStudent signed. I injured seriously.
tional relationshipscould and and Robert George Jr. i
she Ctt him with Greyhound Seeks
haws no possible a butcher knife during investigated. NAACP Seeking Counter
bearing upon a teach the argwent. He was Suit Transfer : By

erts occupational" com taken to Duval Medical MAN IS ROBBERY VICTIMOF Atlant.a'The: federal I Panama City-A stu- Suit To Gibson Sentence
petence. Center TEEN-AGE TRIO GANG
by taxi cab.
Robert Carter, NAACP Police saidhe did not Marion Griggs, 40, of has district been court asked here by dent-wife seas serviceman of an over-i s HIAMI-NAACP lawyers are this week petitioningfor

general eounselsaid wish to prosecute his 702 W. 4th Street was Southeastern Greyhound held here rehearing of the six-month jail term and
: being as
the decision means: knocked down and rob-
neice. Lines $1,200 fine of Father Theodore R.Gibsonpresi-
to transfer
to aftermath of
a the :: an
"Negr teachers willno Patrolmen M.L.Masscy bed last Sunday at dent of the local NAACP..branch. '
be court in ...Alabama alleged a r g iu m ent
longer requiredto and W. H. Harris in Louisiana: Street and They are seeking in '
,a $9 million damage which resulted in the state organizationhere
divulge to their Court. 1
Jpolice reported. -
vestigated. the alternativea
: suit stay .
brought of
a- fatal shooting a
superiors membershipin of the sentence pend- investigating
old teacher. Ironically, -
gainst the firm 34-year
the NAACP."Noreover"Carterde. by
MAN CUT IN SIDE Victim stated that :3 W.J.Hoffett ing a review of the com :.ittee
the teenage daughterof Dead is ,
them- FALLS IN STREET young teen-agers grab- Rev.Fred L. Shur- 34-year old teacher case by the U. S* Supreme came into being soon
elaredt"it bed him and one knocked Court.
Arthur Cpoper '30 of tlesworth of Birming- who was fatally shot
the same protectionin him down and robbed The Florida Supreme
terms of their 710 West Union Street him of $32. Police man. outside of a bar b y
Court this week
exercise in freedom of was cut in the left said Griggs could not Reasons given by the Mrs. Thelna Polite,33year lover courtruling up- .r
held a
association as that ,side and right, hand ,furnish any description defendant was the contention old student a t penalizing the-

accorded to other persons last Saturday duringa of his attackers. that the case Rosenwald Negro. Jun- Episocopalian clergyman -
,r in society." fight between a- He: appeared to be intoxicated should be removed t o ior College. for refusing to

In aletter of thanks nother man and woman, police said Alabama due to the alleged It was also alleged testify frcatte NAACP

sent to. the NAACP on police said. Patrolmen H. Edwards seating incident that Koff ett struck membership list.
Dee. 13B.T. Shelton, It was reported that and H. Harley invest having taken place in Mrs., Polite during an Such actton would expose
a teacherplaintiffin the victim was 'standing gated. that state and also argument and she in( individual Ne g-
in the u that all turn shot hisu It has
the case, said: street whena principalswere roes to the wrath of
"Tour successful effort man and woman approached Alabama citizens been predicted that Florida authoritiesand
in urging the and started NEXT WEEK.. Patricia, Ann Shuttle- the woman w i "L 1 be others.

Supreme Court of the :d'ighting.The man pull- 'ExclusIve worth, 17tciaughter: of charged with murder. The naacs are being after the Miami NAACP
United States t o ed a long blade knifejaad Photos the integration leader Sources close t o sought by the Florida under Father Gibson's

-j strike down the Arkansas cut at the woman, ofth alleges that she was Hoffett said that he Legislative InTo sti- Bon, Theodore,Jr.vas

Teacher Affidavit pissed her but caught arrested i n .Gadsden, was a graduate o f gating Ccasitteevhich one of the plaintiffs
Law (Act 10)has t[victim in side. j960 Dfabutan": Florida A & K College started cut four The militant minister -

brought ho peiPeace ofmind i Police said victim Ala. after she had and received his tasters years ago to "seek again refused to

freedom and the ram about two blocks Dote* refused t o move t o degree from, : out"CGBKunist infiltration reveal nsaes of NAACP

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\ ........ by Th* Florida Stan Publishing' Co. .}. AHWFUL STATE OF AfFAWS- > -
fcesaber ol Afeodatol Negro ness ; RACE-RELlGJOUS-ANI1CJlOl ; ; .
3-.. o. fimffftn ? :: : -
Arthur Krock in his Presi"
.MM Stiff analysis of
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| 4 4 day'New York Times states for
.. MAIN OFFICE* PLANT* : "Except

IIi Keacrifti Road .....-.........-Y. i- EL 4172DmsJown : : the incoming Secretary of State, Dean

Brtaek OHJctj 423 Brotd SI., v. t: : 'ij rt' -i: Rusk, Democratic Party factions and affiliated

Kal&ag Address 5 LL13 i. i ; t :" f ..":::'i': groups were recognized in the

P. 0. Box SB1. Jckionvfll 1. FJer"4 """ ,..... _. other important posts in this department.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES ... .,-,I..,: "A. A The liberals consider Chester Bowles their
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Subscription Payable in Advance. : o" particular champion Another large '

FLORIDA Send Check STAR-P.O.or Money Order BOX To 561: ':/ { group. '. was mollified by the designation

JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA ri y A '> of Adlai Stevenson for Ambassador

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I RESOLUTIONS : .: /: "' ;: Voters of the Jewish faith were 1
1 '.,. .- ;:. given proof, by the choice of Gov. Ribi-

t TO MAKE FOR THE YEAR 1 ." '-,."-,.' .. ; : coff of Connecticut of then conviction
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** '" that the President-Elect 1: conurJtted! tj

At this time, of'"the year when, most.of us are making resolutions wipe out discrimination in tha American

I for our individual progress., it would be well for the
community, including high public ser
l Negroes to give more: thought to some resolutions that
.. vice And in the choice of Arthur J.
I would affect progress for the Negro race as a whole. .... '. :"
Goldberg for Secretary of Labor, Union
Let us resolve first to stop blaming the "white man' for labor "
was compensated. .
hindering our progress and come to the realization' that we
ourselves are the greatest hinderance to our progress.as a 'Negro voters," wrote Mr. Krock, "a

race. # large percentage of whom also are statistically

1! proved to have Mr.
,, "Let us resolve to examine ourselves and determine our The For Civil Should supported
In 19611 Full-Tim
Fight Bs
Rights s t *
shortcomings and endeavor to correct them. Kennedy, were given the highest political. .
-- --- mind- may be too much under rating they ever received by the profferto

i Let us resolve as Negroes to be less concerned aboutour the control emotions
pf your Representative Dawson of Illinois to
own personal progress and correct that attitude ,of: as making it inadvisable .
to get
1 long as socteed, the heck with the rest. Your Weekly mixed up in controversial become Postmaster General. '

arguments (13th). The results It appears then that all groups contributing -
Let's stop trying to hold each other back the way many of .that come naturally are the
+ do by throwing monkey-wrenches in the of
that will
GuideBy ones Fount.
'others or by speaking critically and prejudicially! of the Horoscope 17-81-9-88-3-575 to the election of Mr. Kennedy

+ fellow who is trying to progress or do something worthwhile.We were recognized with solid appointments

should resolve to rid ourselves or that subconscious PABLO The ASTROLOGERWHICH SAGITTARIUSNov. except Negroes who must be satisfied

spirit of hating to see the other fellow get ahead because The. wonderful 23 thru Dec. 21 "' with the "proffer" of a cabinet post to
he'll be getting ahead of you. [ ARE YOUR .. LUCJCY DAYS FOR propositions that may be one lone Negro. It seems very mysterious

'Let us learn to cooperate with each other and help each m made on the 9th could have that a Negro was the only known person

other, for the success of one is the success of all. BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL come strings attached.rather unwelcome Take them who refused to accept an offer of a cabi

under advisement until net by Mr. It would
post Kennedy.
you seem
Let us resolve to UNITE for the benefit of our race and
of have had time to weigh their that if Mr. Kennedy desired
I pledge ourselve to support programs cooperation or sincerely to
boycott..For we must realize that it is only through ARIES difficulties of friends, when soundness and merits, before give "to Negro voters the highest political
UNITED ACTION that the Negro accomplish March 21 thru April 19 you barely have the time to you commit any funds to them
,1 c.an' any lOth llth). You could feel rating they received" he
( ever would
I appreciable gains. We must be united when we go to the Capital for going or pro- attend to your own pressing shave
the pinch of the Cost of r
jected enterprises maybe affairs. made it stick
for the who and by finding
polls to vote men run our city, county qualified
made available the Arians 14-59-21055647VIRGO living or other, demands on
federal and be united in the
government we must chanelingof Negro for the position. :
who can back their claims you, and this could underlie Certainly
the dollars we spend. With a united vote we can defeat up .
with facts or concrete accomplishments strained marital or public there are hundreds of Negroes better
the wrong man or elect the right man; and with proper (9th). The Aug. 23 thru Sept. 22 relations (llth thru 13th). -:'>. qualified to .
channeling of our spending dollars we can bring about serve as Postmaster
11th and 12th are the best Although your heart may be 25-74-7-50-11-618
better and more respectful treatment as well'as induce ,_ than Mr.
Dawson. ;
days if you want to obtain full of love for those you t
firms to employ Negroes in other than menial positions.We I hold dear knowit CAPRICORN It is
interviews with important they cannot, bee. 22 thru Jan. 19 i': tragic that Negroes-'are always
I people and sell yourself oryour'product. if you do not display the '
Your ideas be ; left out when the deal
not as down.
must therefore resolve to support movements to I necessary signs. Take up may goes They
--secure<< better treatment of our women in stores as well as farfetched as they may seem -
r 396256099438TAURUS study courses that are in are always expected to satisfied with
movements which involve at first glance, as what has
to secure employment practions !
keeping with existing talents the froth
rather than
die hiring pf Negroes.We and interests been impossible yesterdaycan the substance; Ihe
as they
may become real tomorrow crumbs rather than
be the very the big fat juicy
just steppingstonesyou
(9th). You in fine
must resolve as register as voters and encourage April 20 thru May 20 need to. enter into new fettle far are steaks. There are those who believe that
as as productivityand
k anyone we know who is'eligible to do so. Do not be thrown off-the and exciting fields.
ability are concerned, was, prearranged that Mr. Dawson
t track by people who have 134976022787LIBRA
Then resolve and it that our but shou14'not forget to eat would refuse to the offer
we must to vote see to sure-fire ways to get rich accept before

neighbors and friends do likewise.In quick, for these simply do properly and obtain sufficientrest i: 'it was made by Mr. Kennedy. On its face
not exist (12th thru 14th(. Sept. 23 thru Oct. 23 at regular intervals (11 .
the year 1961 let us all resolve to improve our You 'would do well with a Read between the lines th). the "proffer" has all the appearance of

economic status, first by supporting a jobs-for-Negroes partner who provides the and appraise the motives of 15-38-3-100-66-179 being phony. Unless Negroes recognize it
campaign, then, by workingdilligently and finally, by saving inspiration, while you furn- those who offer more than
AQUARIUSJan. for what it i is then
is.h die drive You should they are unworthy of
some money. give serious thought to this they will be able to deliver. 20 thru Feb. 18
i possibly should you find Your intuitive powers are While or other discreet anything better.
+, Let us resolve to save some money each and every week yourself living and working alerted to the pros and cons maneuvers could win the;
Or ,'each ,and every month, because money counts and the alone. of the prospects that are laid have set *
prize your
Negro will never command much respect as long as he -91-40-77-2-159 before you on the 9th thru on capturing you (9th). If love is I You And Your Taxes nj

remains a credit consumer without capital. .' 11th. Obey them implicity your goal, that may also be I "-w j
and they will reward with 6
you of
an effective way Just as air conditioning belies '
We shqjild resolve to curb our tendencies for high living results that may be limitedbut successful outcome. The Mark Twain contrition thateverybody govemmenlul IJtidsTtsweTe"cut

i in the form of expensive cars, high priced clothes and GEMINI sure. You could be 12th-13th are not good daysto talks about life more one mill than wu Jl.OOO.OOU rut from in the 1J 1960}59.
the choicest May 21 thru 21 toying with some weather, but nobody does much
liquors. June very tempt- take risks of a financial or I tax levy, more reductions are
financesand reflections should about .it. so does an experience ,
: Bolstering your ing physical nature. forthcoming there has been a
in Wichita Kans.. the I
There are hundreds of other resolutions that could be join} resources is the stand firm against being 185667044846PISCES misconception that destroy you cant general awakening of interest

listed dealing with promptness, diltigence, effeciency, subject that should occupy driven against your better do much about your taxes. ,officials in local have government become, and local

tfutbfulness nad die ,curbing of boisterousness in public, your 'mind to the exclusionof judgment ,or the wiser coun- In Wichita average taxpayers minded. All tins in economy-the face
which should certainly be considered; but if we would ful- most everything else on 'sels of your,trusted associate Feb. 19 thru March. 20 DID something about their of a national trend toward rising -
fill die resolutions outlined above chances and we will the 9th-10th.' The conventions and modeM taxes.As costs and taxes at the
Be tactful but firm when 14-86-5-20-33-144 a result of action taken local levelmmm
find ourselves and' certain
progressing individually
i as a race' Y society expect by a group of taxpayers, local
leaps and bounds. you are trying to discourageloved things from each and everyoneof t
ones from impeding you us. Even if this is not

in achieving your purposes. SCORPIOOct. always to your liking, you
Extravagance on their part can find the -9th is die best
I 24 thru Nov. 22.
: I can be just as defeating as day of the week for friendly
!If you were the responsible You are 'more likely, to be conversations and competent

A rale V party (12th). fair and understanding, if 'professional advice in, Con-
i. you pass judgment' on dietee_
181942088937CANCER siderable anrioyarices
p ll E,.,IjIttt.- of other matters on' the 9th. be created by dissension may at
Prejudice, one-sided view
home, with your friends, and
and a critical attitude are
0. much likely to predominate in your public'' relations (11
f more
{ June 22 thru July 22 on the lOth-lith. Your th thru 16th). ___ -i
1t 1\ Considerations, such as 126318099369v
r.. \ s employment, varying faiths _

and family ties should not
be made the final arbiters,. '

;. as you are responsible onlyto ind the
yourself in the final accounting. : strength.

Do nor""make your .
job an unbearable chore by I

taking the wrong attitudes or for ;your life. er .
losing yourself in a lot of
useless details and red tape
71 yr 4' (12th thru 14th). You have a

S 'b ; : great potential earning -
% ff t
rw capacity add should give it f JI
,9 r life by bringioji. yourself and

methods strictly to
your up ..
date. '
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July 23 dim- Aug. 22 .
Consider possibilitiesof / Invites You To LUtea :Jo --_

'tT I and automation moneysaving or techniques other time "KNIGHT TRAIN"parting ;f:

to reduce the work load and :-L ,

ONLY HOPE THEY.SPELLED MY_ I the cost of of interest production.along Something these- i''_.RTUa'ON-: __IN AMERICAN-_UFl.IHCWORJHP : At 7:00 P. M N1ahtJ1-

Cad 'Le L I'r ilri. line may be called to yourattention
S'i I on the 9th. Try not TOGETHER THIS WEEK 1400 RHC 1400-
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SOCIAL HIGHLIGHT-What is regarded as the feature event of Jack, Miss Serena Joyner, Albert Brooks and Miss Barbara Pearce.At back are Bells

sonville's social season had it unveiling last Tuesday night when the Miss rgalene Jennings, James Joyner, Jr. ass Joyce Graham a rid Wedding

Fla-Jax Club Inc. held its traditional after-Christmas dance. Held at Ruben Paget.
the The photo at bottom leftshows seated Sirs. Delphenia Erinson, Mrs APPLICATION FOR
Duval County Armory, the gay, colorful session attracted an ,
of socialites from Jacksonville and many sections of the state. Jesse Fears and Mrs., Bernice Green. Standing are Gardner "Nip" Sams, MARRIAGE LICENSES

Only a few of the guests who frolicked at the affair are seen above. Mrs. Josephene Cleveland and L. Porter Green.
Depicting the joviality that prevailed Mrs. Esther Fennell, ,forme Joshua L. Manning. 1551! Van
In the photo at top, left, seated are the Etamett Walkers and Mrs. Al- Buren St. 20 and Louann Parker,
lean S. Fells, while standing are Mrs. Mary Francis Robinson. ,Miss Al- jaxon of Miami, and Mrs. Azzie Anderson McFarland, beam cheerfullyfor 1338 E. 24th St. 18.

veta Brown and Alvin "Skeets" Hampton. The smiling 'foursome in the the STAR'S photog, at bottom, center. Roosevelt Williams, 616 Jessie
scene at right is Mesdames the TV would call shot" shows Mr. and Mrs. St. 24 and Alfreda Powell. 1350
composed'of Sara Seymour, Vera Rogers, What producers a "long Floirda Ave. 19.
Evelyn Wells and Elizabeth Keuse. Robert Hart in the foreground. :Seated: around table, from left are Jos. Simmons. 1412 LouisianaSt.

Some of the younger set who made their social debut this month: are Leon Bland, James L. Lewis, Jr. Krs. Helen Toney, Mrs. S.O. Simpson, 21 and Carlene Heard 2028
seen at center. In the front Mrs. L. Lewis Jr. Miss Lucille Maths and E. 0. Simpson. Marrs St. 19.
row are Levan Hizelle of Ft. Lauderdttle...... .. James Willie P. Oglesby 1753 Ella St.
25 and Beverly James.. 1465

I ". __ r -z ; __: > M Julia ley.Prince James 1125 St.St Julia,Dozier.40 20.Wayenmon and. St L.,Pearl 912 22.Lynda.StonewallSt L. Hunt-1125

Social life in the Gateway City was greatly I 1 20 and Maedeane Baker 912

enhanced by two grand balls during the Yule- will be long remembered by those present. three undergraduate sorors from Beta ,U?!l.l Stonewall St, 2L .
Lonnie Roberts. 467 E. 23rd St.
tide Season. Les Treize Amies Bridge Clubs biennial # # # # # Chapter were welcomed, 'iss June :'upgs, :rsAnnette 22 and Lorraine M. Stevens. 1211

debutante ball was given as a preseason Kr. and Mrs. Clarence EosticJr. are visitingin Taylor and "iss Celores Rogers. E. 32nd St, 17.

affair and the annual Fla-Jax. ball was a North Carolina, .having left their home :;. -*.4::*\ '* Percy L. Gardner, Jr.. 1451"E.
fitting climax. Christmas nigh for the city of ,Greensboro. 31st St. 22 and Gloria J. James.
It '
s a boy for the"proud Albert Helms of
1335 Franklin St. 18.
Persons who the debs
saw curtsy were charmedby & # # *
Grothe Street, born December 19 i n Brewster Frank rumell. 909 Clay St.
their dazzling beauty and graceful movements Gamma Rho Albert Helm III.
emphasized by attentive escorts and a Sorority held an important meeting recently in I' St., 20.Arthur?
most beautiful setting. ,- the Begonia Road home of Kr., and Krs. Arnold L. Singleton 1730 W.

Guest at the Fla-Jax Ball danced and mingled Grant, with Mrs. Grant, Mrs. Parolee Davis and I I A word about what we can expect in.the way of 16th 1642 St.W. 26th 18 and St Louise,- 19. Raymond.

socially with light hearts, knowing that they Mrs. Bernice Gaines Dorn as hostesses. fashions in 1961: The experts predict a contin- Frank Hall, 1002 W. MonroeSt
were contributing to the Jacksonville Urban The business session was highlighted by the uation of the bouffant hair styles and also the 29 and Lizzie L. Cromer, :23
League's annual fund-raising drive. The very group's decision to take out a life'm cbership high coiffures and French rolls. Another positive Line St, 28.

civic-minded and socially prominent Fla-Jax in the National Association'f'o r the Advancement -' prediction is that styles will be greatly Obie B. Maples. 43 Magnolia

members have supported the league in this man- of Colored People.On influenced by what the future First Lady wears. 3t St,, 30 27.Henry.and Betty E. Fort, 912 Lee

ner on past occasions. the lighter side, members were entertainedby One prominent designer Kis plans for "harem

"Hulley-Gully," the newest dance craze, i n the AKA 'Choral ensemble, comprised of -:es- pants" on the dance floor, while another i s 27 and L.Doris Copeland J. Jttterscn, 111, Dtvjj3t 111
this area was the rage at the Fla-Jax ball dames Louella McBride, Nellyvonne T. Russel, planning bare midriffs for street wear and, of Data St. 24.

Several masers were danced by scores of individuals Ruth Solomon, and Iforcia R. White and Kisses course, it looks like the comfortable culottsare James P. Walker 5848 Carnation -

who formed strong line" for the in- .Guelda J. White and Estelle Williams., .The selections here to stay. 5848 Road Carnation,34 and Rd Christine. 3L Bayn

tri .nng steps. were limited to music appropriate for So, itt our final edition for 1960, msy we wish Clifford Vickers 3092 Moncritf
As usual, the ball was cost enjoyable and the Holiday Season. gifts( were exchanged and you a MOST PROSPEROUS and HAPPY NEW YEAR. Rd, 28 and Louise J. Miller, 1033Davis
_. St., 19.
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FLORIDA STAR Saturday December
PAGE .I. 31.1460
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Langsfon HughesOn Stephen B.'DornSpeaks FAMU'HONORS COL DAY;;

CBS Jan I At FN1 ., ', :_.. w RETIRING PROF. M.S&T
'St.AugustineStephenB.Doraadministrative '" Tallahassee Who is the happy warrior? who

Langston Hughes,distinguished -I : is he that everyman in arcs should wish to

po"etplqwright assistant of the be?" thus wrote the, poet, William Wordsworth.

and lecturer, Brewster M e t h odist The man in arcs the famed writer did not have

will serve as host Hospital in Jackson- l9 t-i in mind was Lt. Col. Daniel E.Day, but the Reserve

Y Officers Training Corps cadets at Flo-
for a special programof ville was the main
traditional rida A&X University had the words ,of the poetin
Negro speaker for a, special
"Look mind when they paid tribute to their pro-
gospel songs on Christmas Program at
Up and Live" New Florida Normal and In- fessor of military science for the past years

Year's Day, Sunday,, dustrial Memorial' here yesterday afternoon.

Jan.1on the CBS Television College Saturday. The I Col. Day was retiring colonel after receiving

Network ((10: program was sponsoredand ,effective Dec.31, the citation. .

30-11:00 am, EST).Kr. presented by the after turning out 150
officers 20 He citations -
reserve was presented
Hughes will discuss Delta Psi Chapter of ,
have been from the National -
the history of gospel. the Alpha Phi Alpha named Regular -

music in America and Fraternity at Florida Army officers, Society o f

the rebirth of its po Normal and Industrial stationed all over Pershing Rifles. The

pularity. Memorial College and .. the world. presentations were

The Abyssinian Bap- held in the Anderson -.. -- r- President George W. made by organizational -

tist Church Choir,120 Hall Chapel. Gore Jr.whc presentedthe queens. .

voice choral group Dorn,who is a member ';.:;$j, .,: ',. .r-', '<,i,. : retiring officera Mrs. Pearl Gore, an
: :OJ colonel f
citation in behaveof
from Newark,. N.J.,will of the Alpha Phi Alpha :,;'\ > L ..." jjy /';'j.r' '' honorary
the and University
: the University and corps -
perform on the pro- .Fraternity discussed
gram under the dire "The Yuletide Season ut TCKEHS OF TIS! YEAR --The three attractive youngsters shown a- the State Board of first lady, was

tion o f Prof. Alex and Brotherhood". Hereminded bove were recipients of highly honored this week when the staff andEanageaent Control, said this is presented bouquetof

Bradford. The numbers his audience of 'ladeline's Coffee Shop selected them as their "Outstan- an outstanding occasion flowers by Mrs.
ding Customers of the Year." in the Sanone H.! Day wife of
will include "He Staysin of the' significanceof The honorees, whose parents are Kr. and training ,

Ify Root "Glory the Yuletide season Mrs., L.Z. I/mgniire, 151S Woods Street, are fro* left: Fay, Cynthia. program of our Uni- Col. Day.
and ,j&chael. indebted Col. is nativeof
versity. tree are Hay a
Train "Sweet Jesus, and the historical
"Too Close to Heaven," importance of the (PHOTO BY AVERT) to the military Chicago.ne was appointed -
out the o f
"Said I Wasn't Goingto birth of the Christ /'Pointed
A&M president.The military science at A
Tell Nobody" and 5hild "The advent of
citation read: &1-1 in September, 1955*
"Heaven Belongs to the Christ Child split
"Florida A&K University Under his leadership,
You.n"Look into B.C. and
of Tallahassee the program! of the
Up and Live"is A.D.and calendarsare
our '
cites Lt. Col. Daniel .department continuedits
produced by Richard dated from his 4i
S. Day, U.S. Array, on steady growth and
Siemanowski for the
birth. History hinges
the occasion of his completely new faci-
Public Affairs Department upon his life andteachings
lities enlargedand
retirement from active were
OI CBS News.John thus our
duty in grateful equipped.Consist-
Desmond directs this
thinking is in terms
x: recognition of excel ently superior ratingwere
program. of either before r
received by the
lent, services rendered -
Christ or after His dctachr.ent and the
as professor o f
Fund StartedFor coming", Mister' Dorn r fA military scienceSep- Cadet Corps i n all

stressed. ceer 1955- December inspections during
N. O. Whites "The Yuletide Season ;
1960." It was signedby bis administration.

the nativity scene and President Gore. Prior t o erer'ng

all that they signify "A man cannot enter the service, Col. T ay
NEW ORIEANSLa.-WhHe strip or should strip '
one career and forget had beer. employed by
members of their own the ignor Jea1ousy another after 23 the Chicago Defenderfor

making m at- superstitionand self
race are
related the 13 years.
ters exceedingly dif- interest of manre

ficult for Mr. and placing it with a
are prospective
Mrs.' James Gabrielle, burning desire for neophytes OPENS AT ROOSEVELT
of Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Society at a reception honoring the
white parents who are understanding, goodwill WEDNESDAY
Honors Program speaker, Dr. j. H.. Whitejust a few hours before their --
and service -,
defying segregationists ,
initiation. Left to right are: Ludella McGhee,Havarm,a;Davi d M White,
in seeing >that Dorn.said. _
Bartow Maria Jenkins Miami; Joseph Aaron, Sebring; and Queen Stall-
their six-year 1 d In his concluding remarks -
worth Oviedo.
daughter attends an Dora mentionedthe a

integrated school daily real meaning of

ITegro leaders in the Fatherhood of God Sit-Ins Ban Law Slated : -' 3 'Ye a

Chicago are coming' to and the Brotherhood b r

their rescue, .it h as of man and that the For State Institutions "*

been announced. Yuletide seas'should

week Its. thai reported prominent.last ever remind and inspire TALLAHASSEE recent pool among state legis- ,,,....;;.,. ....

l Negro leaders have all mankind that lators conducted by a new service reveals that .'.. '- t
it is our sacred duty .. >>'YA
started a fund ,driveto ,most members of the lay makingbody favors some ,:. '

aid the Gabriellesand to herald the concept type of legislation to ban faculty members and ;...... : .::
of man that was embodied I students of institutions from '."<;:J "H'' : '
other victims of state supported :, ; ;, .r
in the Christ
this city's school integration participating in sit-ins and other demonstrations :' ; ::'.. .' .<; fight. Child by precept and -. a : ,.: :: the Mount in Metro-Golduyn-Mayer'* tcatlemy tiranltrinninf4Benur.

example;that every man watched'for .; :11. ...' ., ." The William ttyler presentation mi filmed in
ing closely "
The Gabrielle's Italy and other foreign locale in color.nnd.IG11 Camera 65.
old daughter Yolanda -. was created by the It was also reported! development o f ;;o5LD's FZCCRD-Run-
Eternal and in His ning high Jump star
and Rev. Andrew that many of the leg- some newattackagainstintegregatioa By-Passed-
f Bos-
imagetherefore a being John Thomas o RandolphCites
.Foreman, a Methodist islators favor the
of infinite wortha law sions released b ton University, says Negro GivenPrincipalship
minister's daughter: pupil placement y
also attend the elementary member of one family. as the most effectiveantisegregatim higher courts.Atlanta: that his disappointing African
Presiding over the $ efforts duringthe
school recently piece recent Olympic

integrated and final chapel programof of legislation passedto Sit-ins The
N.C.O games in Rome matured -----
the Florida :
now a target of angry year date,however, results instead of hurt !yew York CityA.. United States Depart-
Normal and Industrial
white mothers. of Louisiana and ment of the Interiorhas
Memorial College FAMUFirst. him. Thomas, who Philip Randolph, acting -
Although he plans to Clark. other states are be- holds world's record on behalf of CCR,, ordered the Pureau

leave New Orleans and Cecil Special Tallahassee-Sergeant of 7'2j", recently Ken Hen- of Indian Affairs to

ii 'native guests on the program A. B. Class Abbpetty congratulated elevate Cleveland.
return. to s
included the Spingarn won by jumping 7 ft. driske, the leader of
forty Atlantawas
Johnson f
in ProvidenceR. Killer to the princi-
in a dual meet with .South Africa's sit-
member chorus from the
Given CitationPHILADELPHIAPa.Ar recently assignedto .
I.Gabrielle said that Tufts College. their first palship of a new Indian -
-- ins
local RichardJ.MurrayHigh X instructor on
when he leaves .he the-Army interra- school in Chinle, .
School under the victory.Tne
''Non tt sneak" out. A gro'L.'P.a t CaRt. J. S. !teGiven' South Africangro'L.1 Arizona.A .
direction of Mrs.Nellie cial
Florida A&! Uni ver-
former me t e r reader, -thur'B. 82- a Negro, Miller had
P.Brown,l1usie specialist Spingarn, sity. Oak Leaves > has opened
Gabrielle is presentlyout been principal of a
for St. John year-old NAACP presi- tearoom in Capetown.
He will as assistant -
of work and has County. dent, will be cited of Tallahassee--The promotion Randolph, a memberof Navajo school locatedon
$150 to providefor instructor to the rank of the reservation for
only Other participants for sixty years of COIL's national advisory -

his family until from the Delta Psi dedication tot h military, science.Sgt.the captain cf Janes C.. committee, the past six years,and
he can find employ- Johnson White, assistant pro- has been cited for his
Chapter were. Roy Mc- cause of human rights wrote: "This initial
service June'lS,19
ment. who read the and opportunity" here on fessor o f military of far outstanding qualitiesas
Kay, Holy S. success yours,
52 at ,
The Gabrielles received science of Florida ASK an instructor.
next week. is
Scripture and delivered basic across the ocean,
C. He received
additional He will be honored University has been t When a new school was
the, prayer; Sam W. "BJI Bat most meaningful o
plight last week when along with Olympic training with announced by the Department completed re c ently, AI
Lewis, intorduced the Field Artil- our students who are I'
vandals threw bricthro.1gh tezy,43rd of the Arun.Captain Miller was bypassedfor
track star Wilma Rudolph
nd their sit-
guest speaker; a and continuing I
lery Battalion
their apartment White the principalship
at the twelfthannual
Reverend Ottie West, ins campaign in many I
window,but since Christen as Cotillion completed airbone the staff with therankof which was given to a
remarks Theentire communities throughout -
training at Ft. !:enningCa.and -
the incident police of the Phila- ] first lieutenant white man.ItOOi'1'1IS .
college family a nd 7th Aroy the South. ... -'.-
protection has been delphia Cotillion So- in Julf 1960.Captain .
cca&unity seemed very NC Academy in 1957 in FOKEVE11Y
White entered
provided. ciety. The presentation -
with the
? pleased pro- .
Munich Germany.His
However, despite the will be made Dew the Army from Hal-
gran in its entirety, military assign OCCASION:'
timore. He
was commissioned
rock throwing incident 30. ;
according tothe large ments included duty second .

the courageous number of complimentary The NAACP protestedto with the 82nd Air- a Expert Photography
lieutenant in the Infantry -
Gabrielle said she calls of Portrait Weddings Baaqnots
telephone the Department borne Division, Ft. "
would continue upon graduation & Identification Photo
taking ,
and otherBessages received the Interior claiming llth Air- '
Br sti.C.
her daughter to from the RCTC: ,Ii Photostats & Commercial Work
: by PresidentR.W. discrimination Ft.
racial Division
school. borne program at K or Estate a n Photos For Newspaper Coil

Puryear's office. which the department Campbell, Ky.and 11th College.Ke: was While You Walt

investigated. It was Airborne Division,!
learned that Capps ap nich, Gercary.. He was from '1957-60. IVhile "Jl:! ;j. Let u. Take A Photo Oi Yon

e e pointee.*. was"unf. air" reassigned from Germany duty ::
in Gern1any,h saw ,
with D. Otis .Beasle'yassistant to .l In Natural Color -
-- PATRONIZE FLORIDA STAR August,1059, with the 87th Infant -
sec retary the 2nd Division, Ft.Benning rvlOt.h Division 1. AVERY

ADVERTISERS of the department ruling ; as an instructor -- and the First Fattle AVERY'S PHOTO STUDIO

.. cr ,. that Miller beplaced with the 9th Miploa
611 West Ashley Clara White, Bldg.
in the posi- Infantry' Training Corr Group,15th Infantry, ,
tion. mittee. 3rd Division.. Phone EL 4-7695. POT Appointment
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-I THE FLORIDA STAR December $ i960
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Meet The TEAM With A Perfect Record .;;SPORTING IT UP r

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.. & FROM JANUARY TO DECEMBER sports continued toplay

.. 4, a major part in the lives of individuals.
From the start .January the country was a-

live with Bowl football games.. America wouldbe

completely lost now if Bowl games were eliminated -

JANUARY brings the Rose Bowl i n Passadena, .

California, Cotton Bowl in DallasTexas, Sugar
Bowl in New Orleans, Orange Bowl in MiamiFlcj-
122 2414 S 45Ir rida Many' of the major colleges and universi-

: ties look forward to meeting a n opponent i n
one of the major Bowls.S veral players on Bowl

t teams become pros.
Some of the tan stars who appeared i n Bowl!

games last January were: Prentice GauttWillieWood
6 s, rt3 Dick Bass, Erich Barnes and many others
too numerous to mention. Everyone of them i s

doing a fine job as a pro. -
FEBRUARY the major and minor league baseball

.'- 'r t sJ F L' players start making arrangements to pull out
0# ; Q'W for spring training'"' amps. Many new hopefulsalso

A start preparing to make their departure.
GOLDE RA!-S WITH PERFECT SEASON'S RECORD RETAIN SEAC TITLE: FIB, Willie Townsend (24)) HB, Garfield Stephens ((29) EClif The teams start training-in order. to be ready

Shown above is the I960 Albany State College,_ (Albany, Ga.) ton Bradley ((47T, Charlie Fambro ((46)) T, Co-Captain Mil physically and mentally for the long hard

Golden Rams football team and squad which recently completed -. ton Bostic (54) QB-E, Co-Captain Robert Bowens (51) C, Art grind from April to September. Whenever they
institution's Gamble ((37) QB. Tim DuHart ((48) G Abner (43) TEar
the most successful record in the history.In Mackey start or wherever they gothere is always some
Summerline (40)( ) nine games played, the Rams goal line was never crossedThe row of the tan skinned stars right along with the
Georgians won 7 and were engaged in scoreless ties with ) Jesse Janes ((25) HE, Curtis Taylor ((21)) QB, F ran k MARCH opens up the major leagues training

Claflin and Livingstone, colleges Receiving due credit for Scott ((45) HB, Clayton Furlow (65) HB, Oscar Webster '((36)F season in full March is the time when the veterans
the team's outstanding performance were head coach and ath- Henry Wilson (26)) HB, Eddie Coleman (38)( ) G, Howard Magwood meet the hopefuls who are there through
((30) G Stanley Jones ((39) G Charles Price ((33) G Brister
letic director O.W. O'Neal Jr., backfield coach J.C. Mitchell invitation of the owners of the clubs. Many oJ
Hightower."(32)) G and Jesse Ivory ((35) HB. Third row (from
and line coach C.K. Dunson. Victories were scored over them are joyful over the fact that they are
left) Calvin Hention (44)) T Charles Peters ((76)) G Armond
Miles, Bethune-Cookman, Edward Waters, PaineSavannah State out there with the veterans. What a sad time
'Morris, and Fort Valley, colleges. The Golden Rams scored Farrar ((90) E, Jerry Hancock (20) HB, Bill Parkman (27) FB,,. it is when they; are told to pack their bags
Robert Wiley ((41)) T Charles Coins (49)) E Leamcn Wiley ((2
151-points to their opponents, 0. Shawn above are: < and .head for home. They tell the hopefuls to
First row (from left) Ed Nelson ((31) FE, Ransom Hill ((28) C, Sherman Bailey ((85) C, Steve Jackson ((96)) T, and Marion go home and get more seasoning. Some of them
Dious (95) T.
stick and become the "Rookie of the Year."

APRIL It is music-to the ear during this
FIGHTER OF THE YEAR month when one hears "Play Pall. The major

1960 ALL-SIAC FOOTBALL TEAM! leagues and minors open up for the season.What

a picture it is to see 35,000, 40,000, 50,000or
r '$ 4G even 70,000 people sitting in a grand stand
FIRST TEAM watching a baseball game between teams made up
POSe Name School Wt. Class of both white and tan players.MAY .
E-Robert Dickerson Bethune Cookman 198 Senior r, J Y This is the month where many o f the

T--Bobby Treadwell Benedict 225 Sophomore hearts are broken The teams start. cutting

G-John Godbo3t: Morris Brown 199 ,Junior their rosters just at a time when some of the<
C--Curtis Miranda Florida A&M 230 Senior players think they have it made.. Some of the
T--Theodore Cleveland Alabama A&M 210 Junior players go back to the minors t o start the'

G-Jfamr Thacker Allen University 220 Junior climb back up.the hill. .
t E-John GlovedFlorida: A&1-1 : .o'!' ';. .1.95 'Senior JUNE is one'or the biggest prize fight monthsof
QB-vU.llie WiUiaJI"J5 Tuskegee 185 Senior i it the year. Some of the biggest bouts in history -
t y' XMiJI
B--Thomas. Adatys S. Carolina State 185. JuniorBClarence j.-N< including heavyweightmiddleweightlightweight -
Childs Florida A&M 188 Senior .. welterweight, bantamweight and flyweight -
B--Tatt McCoy' Morehouse 183 Sophomore have been staged. Many of the titles
SECOND TEAM have been.won and lost during June.

Eison Romine Alabama Nd '. 196 Senior JULY With July comes fishing and hunting,

T--George Lester Morehouse .. 185 Senior swimming, boating, water skiing and boat rac
---Robert Gary Benedict' ,. ',' 235 Junior ing. This is the time of year when many sports

C--Johnny-Smith reho\JSe .. 160 Junior occupy the minds of sportsmen
T--Robert Stone Morehouse 220 Senior .. I['
' 1 G-Robert Williams Florida A&M 215 SeniorERobert AUGUST-Many of the schools open spring foot-

Poole Benedict 195. Senior HISTORY WAS MADE -Former world's heavyweight ball practice in' order to begin training i n

QB-Emo17 Collier Florida A&M -179 Junior champion Floyd Patterson blasted the age old the big way when school opens in September.Thecoaches

B--Robert Johnson Benedict 180 Senior adago, "They never come Back" right o u t of hold spring practice in order to get a
B--James Allen Fort ValleY : 195 SophomoreBRobert the record books with his dramatic fifth ;fairly good line on what they will have t o

Paremore Florida .A&M '.. l8$ Sophomore round kayo of champion Ingemar Johansson in I work with.Football season actually begins. with

THIRD TEAMERobert -. their return title match June 21 in Yankee i.the opening of school.
: SEPTERER-This' is the month of the
Barksdale Clark '_ 190 Sophomore Stadium Patterson broke another closing
T-Willie Clarrington florida' A&1-i '- 225 Junior when he was named I960 lighter of the precedent Year"for of the big league baseball and the beginning
G--Don Dollar Morehous -6 195 Senior the second time. ::of pro football. Competition starts with collegiate -

C-Jusie Fuller Miles College .,-', 167 Freshman and professional teams.
T-Tommy Chandler Florida A&M ._" ,250 Senior 9 OCTOBER-Major college teams opened their 1960

G-Bamey Washington Fort Valley ,. 180 Senior ; season with Bob Ferguson, of Ohio State a t
I E--Jimmie Miller Florida A&M p' ', 198 Junior.QBIsiah fullback, AL Kinbrough, of l Northwestern at
Coatesf J40rehouse _:-- '" 170 SophOmore halfback, Sandy Stevens, of Minnesota at quar-
f terback and other tan stars who will turn
,B-Leslie Holloway Alabama A&M lBi Junior many .
B--Cordon Banks Fisk University. 205 Sophomore .S + to pro football after graduation.

/ B=Frank Hawkins Alabama Stat 200 Senior > A, I KOVEHBSR-The Southern University Jaguars stopped
F the mighty: Rattlers of Florida A&K University

S$ I after 17 straight victories.DECEIIBERJim .
Watch This Clown 'Athlete Of Year' h s w Brown of the Cleveland Browns

17 36 47 < L Y do,:: ,':..ao V became th -first player in.NAF__ to win the
'kaxrw rushing title four He
268-19-457 {r y ; straight rs. gained
.,s Jk 1,257 yards in 1960.PATRONIZE.
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4 .1 OlympicHnorsToMcCture Boxing ChampionAlso FLORIDA STAR

S 2 Won Award In 1958 tom. JUAN PIZAHRO .

73-9-46 TOLEDO, 0.WUbert." A ...To "Go-Go" Sox ADVERTISERS
HcOure. who brought Toledo itsIrst ;ti $ Sy rrittIIE Owner Bill Veek of
357-195-246 fold medal from the Olympics:
ArNwa Mti qi hu been acclaimed Toledo's athlete r the Chicago White Sox S' 4
i s..etWa ........ of the year, marking the first is said to be highly 0 y 1 r
He .44.. tefctractt time that the same athlete ha* pleased over securing _
He werfu It all ....... von that hoaor twice. L 23-year old former .
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r craves lefty Juai Pi-
WHEN YOU AB21LLYem zarro. Pizarro was 6- dQli, NbY
leek TTw Bttt.DwtarWfct COACH JAKE 6AITHER.Cited ; TASBr 7 with the Braves
I Yowr Detter' P5..rae = .. ."Nationally ..To Senators last ..
-a.t 't-.nl.Pk t..l-a- TO HALL OF FAME-Ad- Possessor of .
a strorgarm
To TO YewAeeertta .1.adYri. itional laurels were:
?. Yew 1111- -. awarded Florida A & K and lightening- Speaking.Pelt ;I
ord.w.Yr..4.. like speed, -
and its 0/
Tk Be* QB&Uftr Drwsi Ai University football strategist Willie Tasby, secured h 1. _
Dr. C. E -J&ek by the new Sen- .y
Jake Gaither thi
rT9fti'" ators from the Boston
past fall season when .Red Sox is, rated ,.. _
SE&V2 TOTLILLY'S he'was nominated t o
among the league's Thanks to bettrt nutrition and st.t.
National Intercollegiate health care, dot, Iflct humans,
DRUG STORE outer-garden 'are lirinf loncer. Y 3 s'
Athletic Associa young Seepioir a .eamu diner h t # :
senior dtistn healtnj and
tion's Hall o f Fame. clique. happj needn't be a problem. A
,IM7 m. ....
COMPLETE ***** ...,. Induction ceremonie UtUe nndertlandinff of his pedal .
,A LIKE ot needa are all it takes to add .
tAl. .' '. GeMi. ,...._ .La__ trill be held in MarcKansas "If 'M. waif f*. it. y." rrft yean to hIa enjoyment of life If ywr Initial cannot sappfy yoa SHAVING PQ O i DER 0. '
1'01I AIm in City, Mo., N../. I U.k !a fii. 111k tet.I .- and to TOOT enjoyment of him M "Sttfl M for thus UAQC TEAM MATES ra as suf h.sw QaM
a pet.




, .... THE FLORIDA STAB _Saturday December 31, 1960CflP10t1111e8104S
J \ ri
,and Jissde Graves declare that, this will be the WAKea ad' worn*!*.
to Lice
year they spend money. T. G. Miller .rescues: to who their: honestly alcoholic problemJVte, Sarah's rive- n Bar B-Q
stop counting money and close up the d ay they mtetlBXt: Mondays and Fri
Jar J. ; spend money. dips 8:00 PJt. Clara. White
I EM h* Handy resolves to sell insumace.only.duringg 'Bid*.,.Room 305.
Ring out the old year and ring in the new," !': the accepted business day. ELcee Lucas Royal Crown -i
and lordly tile bells are ringing' Mr. and Mrs. resolves to "tell only the truth and nothing 'i---
Jacksonville; here been ding donging; all; weeklong but the truth.- Bottling Company

Tuesday aigfet was the quietest in aany aday. ; Frank Haapton and Johnny Steward resolve to 1235 SAN MARCO BLVD.
Maybe folk ran out of cash or out ofbreath. hare mufflers: installed so that their built-in t 1 r1T1
Those viwr'were not at hone could b e hii sets will be modulated.J. R 9-4488

found :in a few places. Folk case fray far an d _b C. Holland resolves to {pllov the orders of PRATT DEL WOStrvic
near to help'the faJr ax Club celebrate itt annual .1 the courts from now and for ever.Curtis Taylor { New Building Completed For

anniversary ''dance: Stories and pictures f promises to de-ordorize and air-condition the *'SlaftoBUHPW .. Sarah s Drive-In. Bar BQSt.
trill be found on other pages.We are sorry that Country Club. t.- -
we do not print in color therefore we can 'no t Last but not least Ernest D. Jackson and Bar- TO BUMPER

do justice to- the rage of the ball.Picturesque' ; ney Cobb resolve to stop running for public' office SERVICES
Leila S. Grey won top honors in the. department ", fro Lisa j4cfcJcnrille, Fla.
with her purple wib. Incidentally we wish Leila In a far fetched way we wish that same of the EXPERT ATTEKDAKTS""TKlBbST. AT FTA AYE
happy birthday. Tuesday was her natal day. folk down town could make some re sol u tions. ;
among the Jaxons hcae for the holidaze are. Like, Lou Ritter resolves to step running; for APT. FOR 'RENT
Kr. and Mrs. Charles "Charlie Hoss" Singleton. mayor long enough to keep campaign promis e s Modern apartment for
Charlie and Sarah came in last week.Charlie is and fix scee streets out here. rent. Furnished with E 3 '
telling folk about his newest hit.This time he xHizzoner resolves to let bygones be bygonesand tile bathspace heater t,
is singing one of his songs. It is called "The forget the gubernatorial race and get some V. blinds, builtin :
Raunchy Twist". Another twist tune is on the. protection out here before all of us are killed_ cabinets, and hot
flip side. "Lordy" Norman, one o f ha.rlie'searliest up or beat to death. All white folk i n town water. Conveniently
decides was on hand along with FrankHampton resolve to "Love thy neighbor11 and follow the located a t 759 West Leroy HolleyProprietor Annie Riddle?
and Johnnie Stewart at a welcose home .Golden Rt .e. Beaver Street. Call WtltrtM

party last week. Happy New Year PO 8-4743. that's different"CHICKENBEEFSLICED -
"Bar B Que
Stoney Brook came in from N.Y.along with Miss \ 0 0 ._ ._, ,._,!;._, '_"0'o'':,=,.___ PORK
Washington from Washington. She is the nicest 'POLICE REPORTS PORK RIBS.WITH CURLI-Q Potatoes
the Build- Moncrief Rd. Hear'26th St.YEAR
"Looking thing this side of Treasury 3W4
ingts products. Wave Barbara Pierce and seaman $62 TAKEN FROM MAN tt
Gtoom e s : 1 ; i:
Albert Brcoks along with the Benjamin BY STRONGARM ROBBEY
family are a part of the military contingent on NOWS THE TIME TO ORDER

leave. Paratrooper Albert Gibson and his wife Evans Washington, of : ; : COAL PocahontasBdquehAnthraciteCoke

the former Valarie Dean are home with their 1495 Mitchell Street sass anr jonjvur*

family.Its : was the victim of a' ALL SEASONS ICE & FUEL 00,
a girl for Jesse and Berthene Jordan.Thisis strongara robbery last Illll NOtWOOO *VI. 'aoNt0 4-45H
the second lass iri the family. AL and Fayc. Sundayjpolice reported.The .

Hairs Helms copped a boy in the stork derby.Al victim stated BEST, WISHES FOR. '. .
is claiming all of the credit. that while he was attempting -
Sue and Willie Foster entertained friends at|; to unlock his A HAPPY & PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Center

a sort of "open house" at their Jerome Avenue car at 4th Street and Johnnie Springleton's Cool Spor
home in Ribault Heights all day Christaas.Foodand Myrtle Avenuejust across -
drink abounded. House guest of the Fosters the street from 2619 Kings Ave. ,FL 9-9295. Myrtle Ave,and Adams Phone EU 4 f 46$
was Nell Darby of Miami and among the honoreesand j Mt. Olive Primitive South Jax on U.S. 1 _

guests were Stoney "red" Brook and hi s Baptist Church, a man r Specializing In END BONUS SPECIAL
friend of New York, Barbara ReedManson Felton alked up to him and SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN-SEA FOOD VARIETY
and others. told .him he was the OPEN 'TIl DAWN v (FOR FRED'S FAITHFUL TRADE)
Barbara Reed had friends in fir: Cocktails Sun- ,one who went to that Allen Bannister, Mgr. B. R. Springleton, Prop. ';IGenuIne Pensacol
day. A call from her Brother, Freddie in Washington :NAACP meeting. In the I' ----r- Desirable'
brightened up her day to no end. He isl|t :meantime fourmore men For-. Breakfast- Dinner After the Movie Snacks RED SNAPPER Small, Slses Lb. 59o

due in Jacksonville .any day now.}Iemo to Sheriff!! walked up. One of the 1 f': T Fried Chicken Bacon Sausage "ELUSIVE"
Carson Votes won out here must be held. 0 ne
men slapped him two
j Oysters FISH Eggs Hot Cakes SHEEPNOSE ... 32cFINE
rotten egg in any cake can ruin said cake. It, others held him and i ;, .Lb.
is rtanore\d that a former road patrolman now assigned t took his billfold containing Shrimp Ham Coffee Milk FOR BROILING

to the vice squad, is diligently visiting -- $62.50 f ran Ms French Fried Potatoes Steak. Spanish MACKERELLI 35c
and almost them.It Lb.
the nicer spots persecutes pocket. ,
seems that he goes above and beyond the call The men left walking BARGAIN DEPT
of duty The same officer rides past known sin south Myrtle Avenue MADELINE'S COFFEE SHOPAU"conditioned fell First floor)
spots doing flourishing business to visit legitimate -I and west onKings Road.
operations. Since time icraeinorialthe He said he did not u. .

Southern white man has sanctioned the juke know any of the man. ,. Elgin. .4-9962 1929._-KINGS ROAD BUCK SHAD 35c
joints in "collud town" and in many case operated Patrolmea W. Solomonand u.
them. Decent operations owned by Negroesare Robert George Jr. The Board of Directors Officers ROE SHAD u. 'JJt
given the works and white men who would operate 'I investigated. .1
decently are given the same treatment. Members and Staff of theClub

Maybe the former road patrolman is still 1 i v- An alert citizen El Dorado You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
in the "good old days." noticed the back door
Dot Williams of the Brewester staff-and 0. C. of the concern at 508 LOW PRICESOn
Harper tied the knot last Friday night. Both Broad, Street open last Take this opportunity to extend to you
parties took unto themselves nice Christmas Sunday and notified OUR BEST WISHES FOR THE YULETIDE SEASONWe .

presents police,it was reported.The invite you to visit our recently remodeled club 1 Your
The Ribault and the ElDorado have been vieing owner stated that
and remind you that a limited number of group and c
nightly in the jam session department boys he closed his business individual DRUG STORE NEEDS
memberships are available.
will blow at" %the Ribault one night a nd the EU at 12:30 a.m. and the i
Dorado the next. Eugene White along with vibes place was found openat I Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store
and accordian has been holding forth at the 11 m.The man had Club El Dorado I l
Ribault, as guest entertainer this week. "Son" made one visit to the -$1. i We Will Meet Any Prices Advertised

Jones is winning wide acclaim as bassist. H e place and came back 5847 MONCJUEF RD. t In Ybur Local PapersWOOD'S
and Walter Thornton made swept sounds at the :he second time to Cocktails 6 to 8 p.m. daily l
El Dorado the other night. Either place is a open vending machine lI
good bet for the best music this side of Basin after obtaining a keyo live music, fine food and drink nitely I DIXIE PHARMACY

Street. the .machine. I -
You have to see it to believe it.I am referring -; The suspectknown as ; :. ., L. B. Jones, 'I' 1302 KINGS PHONES ROAD B.et 3*MYRTLE 3597.91w. AYINUI

to "Social Sam" Moorefs showplace home. As; rris Cisco Comney ManagerROOSEVELT I Delhi We Alt Fill AflffeclW 'HtCI'cJou
in previous years, "Social Sam" has outdone l' as captured/by the f
himself. Before he takes the decorations down, : wner of the Tea .j .
drive out J aponi a Road and see 'for yourself. ettle.po1i arrested r BILLS AT OUR STORE
Incidently, he is an expectant father. he suspect. ;
Included in the Christmas cards onhand is one : Patrolmen A.R.. Jamesand 2:45 p.m. and 8:15 p.m. Daily '.. -. -- '="' 1t

from Charles and Elnora Ebnore. They are still." M.Newsom investi- .AdUlts "l.OO Children 50$
in San Francisco and now have two kids; ated. 11 ACADEMY AWARDS /nciuoW'BZST PICTURE"!
John, Pickens and sraff of the Club* Monterey M .* Jr..

are wide open. The club has been completely re- ETRO-COLD1TYN-MA
modeled. He is planning a gala New Year's Eve CLOTHES STOLEN LERs S t
party. He will,havtf free favors and toasts for ?ROM RANCH WAGONA OF

everyone. John"B. B.", the genial host says., .Ranch to Wagon John, Allen belonging LOCATION IN OLD FARMER'S MARKET i

"Come out and order what you want." jPRESENTATION &- i
Surprise, Nip Sams is still in town. He came Wiggins, of 1658 Pow-
out of seclusion and attended the Ha-Jax dance. t
broken into and a lb. iBo
Every year about this time a group of well nun.beror items were a HOG .JOWLSBLACKEYE
meaning people like me and you get in. 'some- ::AL
quiet corner and make up a pack of resolutions taken, police report- I I .. t
just to break them. We overheard Saint Nick ed.The victim said he S1RAoJJ hUMJAY TI1KU SA1LKOAV PEAS ttt15c I
mentioning resolutions he would like for .
soee people scee to cake and keep for the ensuing parked in his the Ranch Wa of** I JERRY LEWIS Florida Grade A Baking' 1. I
I rear
year.J.. Gardner. "Nip" Std resolves to give up promoting 1149 W. 13th Streetto 's fIrTOZ&jSlJLA ( J' J' HEWS lI l lx I
attend a football .
any type of activities including poUt- t' AI
ical candidates..Frank Hampton resolves let game at a school. .( ,,'- ,< FRYERS 'i.210 ;
others toot his horn in order for a better When he returned he /rHNTSUA -.. -
sounding tune to cane out. found: the car had JUDITH v

John "B. B." Pickens along with yours truly .been clothes broken missing.The into andhis ROBOT HVTTON ..cctw'BIISIE...........,+.rs..'r.+:::j .iI'Plus SMOKED SAUSAGE 3 Ibs. $ .

resolve to change their tastes in damsels and car' 'was entered 1 ; .
maybe our collective luck will change. through a vent in the .. "SWCHD AK3 THE D3AGC:: :,'" Sliced
Johnnie Steward resolves to stop the hot talk right door. The vic- .- -, -

and get-seee letters after his Dale not B.S., tim said the loss amounted SkY-ViEW s xay thru Tuesday I Breakfast iflfiOM 3 Ibs. $1.00

B.A. or Ph.D but JOB..Arthur. "Chilly Hack" to $3 0. l "THE? LAST DAYS -..
HcMUlian resolves to use an Irish brogue in. Patrolman Walter "RIDE" CLEAR of DIA3LO" of P PEIIrt _* Ground
1961 since he insists on being different. Solomon and G. L.
Starring Audie Kurphy lEE F
Otis eights' Oscar Hillman Alfred Barre ill r investigated. 3lbs.$1.
s Bradley tin >$345 Cash Monday: Night I!

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