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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: December 21, 1963
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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A and M University flankman.The .
....."...***...*.. .LOCKING OUT PASTOR
former Stanton High joined, Al. FrazieranotherexRattler

School star was the fifth with the Bron .
round draft choice of

the Denver Broncoes of- coes. tie
Coach Gaither of the * *
the American Football * *
i Rattlers stated that he AME Churchmen Enjoined
Negro Elected
; League and mist of the
leaves the choice of InvestigatorsTeam
Philadelphia Eagles of

the National Football teams up to the boys. President Of From Locking Up ChurchBishop I
He felt that this is the SurveyingSt.
League.The AFL team ini-

tially offered Denson first time representa- Medical Group W. F. Ball. Presiding prelate of

tives have sought the Statf s FirstSANFORDOf the Eleventh Episcopal District of the Augustine

services of a player AME Church and Rev. R.J. Blaine
the locked PT. AUGUSTINE=The field
sei from one of the Negro interest out minister won the first round
i of the chief and two top as-
schools in this, manner. to friends throughoutthe membership
assessment
battle in Circuit isistants of the U.S.
Denson's high school nation was the announcer Court
in
Thursday Jacksonville.Circuit Civil Rights Commissionfrom
q coachJames "Bubbling"Small ent that Dr. Judge A. W. *
Washington have
E ; of New Stanton George H. Starke vet. Graessle issued an or-
was attempting to out- been here since Tuesday
Senior High extended his eran physician was der restraining a group
congratulations to his RINGS YULE BELL-Behind that ringing hell and elected president of the of stewards trusteesand talk one of the officerswho conducting an investigation -

I It Santa Claus beard is Sammy Davis Jr. Sammy wears Seminole County Medical was reading a report into incidents
pupil and stated officers from lock-
former
r the Kris Kringle costume for his role in Warner Society Wednesday.A concerning the bank which have resulted in
"I hope he makes well in ing up the church as was switch. one .li ath and violencedue
Bros.' "Robin and the 7 Hoods." but donned it graduate! of Florida
the pro ranks."Hestatedthat done last Dec. 1. to Bank has to civil rightsdemonstrations
Barnett
The
scholar- again for this pose to spread good cheer and the A&M in 1922, Dr. Starke
he stresses keep the pastor out. here
since frozen the account
Yuletide spirit for the approaching holiday sea- later studied medicine
ship and the art of beinga son. '. at Ueharry CnivMisity The Judge decreed that'all of the churcji and, has during the past several
then -- members and officers
gentleman first the BOflthS.
refused to honor
cams athletics. Denson Trio Jailed Gifts Begin Nashville; Tenn. --and similarly situated S2.300 check. Heading the survey is

t J joins former Blue Devil received his M.D. degree are hereby enjoinedand It was indicated that Robert Amiiloo chief

Al Frazier and Riley After eaMute's Rolling In For in 1927. restrained from in despite the set-back field investigator;

AL DFNSON Morris in the pro ranks. He began practice here anywise, either directlyor ruling the St. Paul Ivin levin and William

Richest Bonus Court Denies AttackBeing Needy FamilyIn the same year and in indirectly. Interfering group will continue its Lucas both lawyers; and

$15.000 and a cash bonus at the right 1951, opened a $40,000 with ot preventing fight to oust its pas- assistants to Mr.Ami den.

= of $8,000 to sign. According Lane's Claim. place at the right time response carried to in an l -appeal .stweek' clinic in this city.Dr. Rev. R.J. Blaine tor. One source said The President various

to conference proved fruitful to mem- Rtarke is a nativeof from carrying out each that it will serve to agencies and the U.S.

and NCAA rules, players Against MasonsA bers of the city detec- 8' STAR individuals Mel rose in Alachua and every of his dutiesas intensify the fight Civil Rights Commission
ni.il hove
are not permitted to hearing bearing tives staff this week. groups County. pastor of St. Paul against Rev. Blaine and have received numerous

sign until after the statewide interest was As a result, an assault- been cnntacting the His son, George H. African Methodist Bishop Ball. communications from the

final game of the sea- terminated here Tuescay robbery case was broken paper in an effort to Starke and family resideat Episcopal Church. It has been reportedthat St. Augustine NAACP ask-

son. when the Circuit rourt quicker than you can bring Christmas cheerto 4423 Roth Drive in The battle stems from a several churcheshave ing that Investigatorsbe
an ill husbandless J Jackson 1]e.
Representatives of both ruled in favor of the say 'Jack Robinson"and dissatisfaction over paid only for their sent in to assist and

t Philadelphia and Denver Most Worshipful Union the suspects are mother chll dreu.and her eleven County Seeking paying dues for member- actual membership protect local rights

were on hand to view the Grand Lodge Free and Ac- awaiting preliminary ships which laymen in leaving the pastors to groups during their mass

Orange Blossom Classicin cepted Masons of hearing in city jail. The STAR in its cur- Suspect In many churches call Ion make up the differencesby protests.

Miami. Denson gave Florida--the plaintiffs- rent public service gesture ated. making loans or from Following its meetingin

both scouts plenty to against Jesse J. Lane. BRANCH ON THF. .SPOT is assisting the Fatal StabbingVictim In the case of St. their own pockets.Authorative St. Augustine last

report. He was on the defendant in an action Police Lt. George Junior Women's Club Identified Paul Church members sources reveal fall the Florida Ad-

receiving end of six involving a series of Branch was patroling theARMBRESTER sponsors of the proj eel said they agreed to pay that since St. Paul visory group to the U.S.

completed passes* two claims and counter which is using the home Duval County homicide for 1205 members at $2 is the focal point In Commission temed St.

of them good for two claims by the contending of member, Mrs. Mary detectives are seekingthe per head but Rev. Blaine the revolt several other Augustine the state's

point conversions. On part ies. ..A' Pa Thomas 3327 Ardisia public's cooperation insisted on paying for church groups have "worst city" and ad-
.
defense Denson stoppedtwo It is believed that the Road as its collection in finding out the whereabouts 1505 manbers. pledged financial assis- vised that the U.S. Commission

Morgan State drives original hassle betweenthe ms site. of Ulysses Bryant In order to pay for the tance to aid in carryingon send in investi-

with timely interceptions parties stemmed from The stricken family's I Jr., 27, of 2345 Old St. 'inflated" membership the fight Bishop gators and to also plana
.
and was outstanding in Lane's leasing of offices plight is heartrendingnot Augustine Rd. .who is trustees said Rev. Ball and the plan of hearing in order to

his secondary play. He ace in the Masonic only during normal l wanted for Questioningin Blaine withdrew $2.300 paying for inflated mem- cement relations between

was one of the few player Temple located at 410 time but especially connection with the from the Barnett National bership. opposing factions.
.
*, on the field to play Broad St. At that time. during the Yuletide season Bank by having the authorized Mii Hlu..wi IsDs Gmd

two-way ball for 60 he was accused of paying when the fantasy oj r names on checks

minutes.At rent alleged to be much Santa Claus the aura o f changed at the bank and OH Histaui J n GirlfrUW'

the conclusion of less than rates setup by LO S N. peace on Farth Goodwill]1,l replacing them with new

the contest, representative the lodge and the rental 600 block of Jefferson Toward Men bears a special names. MIAMI Police are hold ing a Miami woman on a I

of the Eagles offered agency. Street in his significant influence The church was the charge of assault and att empted murder as a re-
car Sunday at least for
Denson $28,000 and Lane then filed a when he saw three men and teens. scene of a near outburston sult of a feud between th> suspect and her rival
tots
1 a cash bonus; Denver counter suit chargingthe Nov. 17 and police for the affections of the uspect'i husband.
attack and rob deaf mute Among those plannini B . . .
? countered with an offerof organization with were called out when one According to police
George Davis of 1816 *. on sending in a baske t..". : ", )..__ when she fell getting
$29,000 a Lincoln or libel. ,., of the trustees moved Mrs. Rosetta Ross of
Sixth Street. of food and chU dren' I S M out of the way of the
Mercury car, a no-cut During Tuesday's hear Branch rr\ toaard the pastor who 540 NW 7th Street. Apt.
quickly arrestedWNDRY clothing of varying: i bullets the irate house
clause in the contractand ing before Circuit Judge 1 started blasting away
sizes to the sponsors, Gov't. Bans wife aimed in her dIrec-
an undisclosed cash Frank H. Elmore. the ULYSSES BRYANT with her pistol lastRosetta
will be the managemen t tion.
bonus. Denson acceptedthe court dismissed the defendant ...Sought By Police
and staff of the Florida Racial Bias Police said it was
Denver offer and counterplaintiff's -
Dec. 13 fatal stabbingof ;
r STAR. brought out that the

Reported Improving oral motion to aI Tommie Barton 30. wife had warned Miss
file counteraffidaviton ** * of 1439 Grothe St.Barton' For Trainees Clark to stop her affair

grounds that it was vague description of the
5 body was found
f WASHINGTON---Desplte with her husband.
not filed timely pursuant third suspect and with the intersection
near
heated protests by labor
to the rules of information that he was
of Gillis Lane and Mosely and employer spokesmen. $268,570 Bail
civil
procedure.
St. at approximately Secretary of Labor W.
Attorney L.J. Shaw Jr.,
after a patrol For Protesters
11:16 p.m. Willard Wirtz signed a
was attorney for the v
dispatcher'receiveda order of reg-
sweeping x
plaintiffs, and Atty. NO> YORK-The National
call saying that there ulations this week ban-
E.D. Jackson representedLane. LEE Association for the Advancement -
was a man's body "cut ning segregation in federally -
Lundry Lee. 18. of 712 of Colored
pretty bad" lying in financed
N.Y. Bar Member Venus Mars Court and the area. prenticeship programs ap- .,.", People has put up more

George Settle. 22, of "to ? than a quarter of a mil
To Address NAACP The victim who remained around the nation.It .
{ 274 Woodlawn Ave. Meanwhile Rosa lion dollars for bail
I Leroy Clark, a former unidentified fora was also announcedthat
for civil rights demon -
the third suspect
Friday night Dec. 13.
I of Dr.L.B.Childs GEORGE SETTLE short time was later
FRIENDS associate of Jack Green- the new order would
strators in 11 cities in
escaped. Davis, the victim with
when she
believed to be employedin caught up
will be pleased to learn berg. Chief Counselor of identified by his wife take affect Jan. 17. southern states
was taken to a downtown hotel, her husband and Miss seven ,
a
that he was reported im- the NAACP' s Legal Defense Joann Alfredia Barton. Chief critics of the Wilkins executive
Roy
hospital for treatmentof and Lillian Clark sittingin
Capt. E.B. Runyon
proving Thursday when Fund, and a member Persons having know- order were said to be secretary revealed to-
bruises and abrasions Fred checkedone a car on Third Are.
Sgt. Gray
the STAR went to press. of the New York Bar. = ledge of Ulysses Bryant the contruction ind .
suffered during the at who livesat day.A
hotel to no avail Miss Clark
I Dr. Childs suffered a will address the Adult Jr's whereabouts are ustry which trains some
tack and released, reports and at the second 2761 NW 50th St. was total of $268.570 of
sudden attack Wednesday Branch of the Jax urged to contact the two thirds of the train-
stated. the Association's funds,
not shot but Injured her
fit-
spotted a bellhop
I mornlnf. He is recuperating NAACP Sunday at 4 p.m. Duval County Homicide ees certified by the
SLIM LEADPossessing tinge suspect's de- shoulder. Police believeshe as of Nov. 30 was tiedup
in Brewster Hos- in First "Baptist Church Division immediately. federal government
only a scription. suffered the injury In bail bondsnnllJDI
pital. Jessie St. (Eastside)











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THE FLORIDA STAll "

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Send Check or Money Order to: in response to a letter from Virginia O'Hanlon, then eight years old. She wrote the > x ,, .r
the editor of the New York Sun "Dear Editor: Some of my little friends say there ,,J 4+, o ''
FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 is no Santa Claus Popa says, 'If you see it in the Sun it's so'. Please tell me the 1 1' i W
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:tt Ijirginia, your little friends are wrong They have been affected b'" } ? '

Your Weekly the skepticism of a skeptical age. They do not believe except what they ':'<- ,f7 r 1'

see. They think that nothing can be which is not comprehensible by .Hi
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ARIES EXCEPTIONALLY HAPPY ;.'. .
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Born March 21st thru YULETIDE WHERE LOVE .0. :;> (I.

April 19th REIGNS UNDISPUTED. CON- "fS.r Y.I' .
YOU SEEM TO BE THE ONE TROL YOUR REACTIONS WHEN

WHO WILL BE AT THE HEAD DIFFICULTIES COME UP AS
OF ANYTHING THAT WILL YOU HAVE GOOD REASON TO Yes Virginia, there is a Santa Claus. He exists as certainly as

CONTRIBUTE TO THE SPREAD EXPECT EVERYTHING TO BE .. ++., love and generosity and devotion exist, and you know that they abound
THE ,
OF GOOD CHEER DURING READY IN TIME FOR
THIS HOLIDAY WEEK. THERE CHRISTMAS EVE AND DAY C- and give to your life its highest beauty and joy. Alas! how dreary wouldbe

I WILL BE PLENTY OF WORK REUNIONS AND FESTIVITI the world if there were no Virginias. There would be no child-like
INVOLVED.BUT THIS SHOULD ES.
NOT SCARE YOU WHEN YOU 5-100-44-18-48-514 ; faith then, no poetry no romance to make tolerable this existence. We

'I ARE ASSURED THAT IT ALLIS LIBRA I should have no enjoyment, except in sense and sight. The eternal light
FOR A GOOD CAUSE.
I 940771874947TAURUS Born Sept. 23rd thru 11kK S with which childhood fills the world would be extinguished.
_ Oct. 23rd _

PROMISESTO .
Born April 20th thru FULFILLMENT BE YOURS. THE REST OF ..... '' ,jr' \ Not believe in Santa Claus! You might as well not believe in

May 20th THE FAMILY SHOULD HAVE -'; fairies! You might get your papa to hire men to watch in all the chimneys -

FIND THE INSPIRATIONTHAT TO BE DIS-'
NO REASON S&: + on Christmas Eve to catch Santa Claus but, even if they did not
YOU MAY BE LACKING SATISFIED WITH YOUR EFFORTS 1

WITHIN YOURSELF. ALL THE TO MAKE THIS I r l J..) 44 see Santa Claus coming down, what would that prove Nobody sees

SIGNS POINT TO A GREAT EVE AND DAY
CHRISTMAS 4 Santa Claus but that is no sign there is no Santa Claus. The most realg.W.
JOY THAT MAY COME INTO MEMORABLE .. -
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YOUR LIFE THROUGH YOUR .4-90-55-14-28-495 = things in the world are those that neither children nor men can see.

I MATE OR OTHER LOVED S':" ** PIO 4 4a T 1. Did you ever see fairies dancing on the lawn? Of course not, but that'sno
ONES. THE USUAL PREHOLI- ,
Born Oct. 24th thru
DAY CONFUSION MAY BE EXPECTED Nov. 22ndINVITATIONS proof that they are not there. Nobody can conceive or imagine all

BEFORE EVERYTHING SENT OR .;.( ... i .. # __ the wonders there are unseen and unseeable in the world.
'I CAN BE CONSIDERED AS S .
RECEIVED ARE BOUND TO
READY FOR THE CHRISTMAS
BE GLADLY ACCEPTED AND
I EVE AND DAY CELEBRATIONS THIS WILL MEAN A GOOD S ; ___ You tear apart the baby's rattle and see what makes the noise

((24TH 25TH) ...
370221984372G TIME FOR ALL CONCERNED.YOU ,. r:- inside, but there is a veil covering the unseen world which not the

WILL NO DOUBT ENCOUNTER -
I z.-=- strongest man, nor even the united strength of all the strongest men
F M I N I THE USUAL SNAGS \_ .
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Born May 21st thru BEFORE EVERYTHING IS IN \ ( ._-. __ that ever lived could tear apart. Only faith, fancy, poetry, love, romance

June 21st PLACE FOR THE CELE- '- \ 1- ..... can push aside that curtain and view and picture the supernal
CHRISTMAS >
BRATIONS SET FOR -

ESTABLISH YOURSELF IN EVE. .: 'I beauty and glory beyond. Is it all real? Ah Virginia, in all this world
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there is nothing else more real and abiding.
WHERE YOU WORK. THIS IS
SAGITTARIUSBorn I
THE DAY WHEN A WISH MAYBE
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I GRANTED. PROVIDED YOU Nov. 23rd thru No Santa Claus! Thank God! he lives, and he lives forever. A
Dec. 21st
HAVE BEEN WILLING TO DO SOMETHING OF GREAT IMPORTANCE thousand years from now, he will continue to make glad the heart of
YOUR SHARE OFTHE WORK "
TO YOU AND YOUR childhood."
INVOLVED. UNLESS IT is
r FINANCIAL STATUS SHOULD
AGREED BEFOREHAND TO
I TRANSPIRE AND GLADDEN .I
EXCLUDE OUTSIDERS FROM
YOUR HEART.
CHRISTMAS EVE AND DAY
CELEBRATIONS, YOU MAYBE 8-70-99-10-32-679
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UNWELCOME VISITORS. Dec. 22nd thru
$
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July 2nd ARE UNDERTAKING AS THEREIS
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I EVERY REASON TO BE- ;
COLLECTIVE ENTERPRISE
LIEVE THAT ALL WILL
ARE BEARING FRUIT. YOU .
TURN OUT ACCORDING TO
MAY PUT THE FINAL
PLAN. THE MINOR ANNOY-
TOUCHES TO THOSE THAT
ANCES THAT ARE APT TO
WILL CREATE THE PROPER
CROP UP DURING THE OBSERVANCE -
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YULETIDE SPIRIT IN YOUR BEST Hello HAPPY
OF THE CHRISTMAS I -
DOMESTIC AND PROFESSIONAL a very
RITUALS SHOULD BE WISHES
}f ENVIRONMENTS. ALTHOUGH E ) FOR
A FEW SNAGS COULe DISMISSED 2-60-88-13-53-268 AS IMMATERIAL. Merry Mer Xif" 11

DEVELOP BEFORE THE ______
CHRISTMAS EVE AND DAY AQUARIUSBorn

FESTIVITIES CAN GET Jan. 20th thru

STARTED. Feb. 18th

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YOU ARE USUALLY A GREAT

LEO ONE FOR CELEBRATIONS OF

Born July 23rd thru ANY DESCRIPTION BUT YOU

Aug. 22nd HAVE A PARTICULAR! AFFINITY
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YOU PROBABLY ARE AS FOR CHRISTMAS.THIS .

1 P BUSY AS ANYONE CAN BE COULD BE BECAUSEIT
GIVES YOU A BETTER
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OPPORTUNITY TO LAVISH
ATMOSPHERE rlStffidS
;3 RIGHT KIND OF
THAT IS SYMBOLIC OF THIS PRESENTS ON THOSE WHO

HAPPY SEASON. THERE is ARE DEAR TO YOU.
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I OVERLY FATIGUED SINCE And joy of the Peace be with 1963 1963

THIS IS BOUND TO DETRACT Born Feb. 19th thru Dr. aid Mrs. Our thank
hearty
season to all you
FROM THE FULL ENJOYMENT March 20th every you during The briefiesto
James R. Budersn
THAT SHOULD BE YOURS ON THOSE OF YOU WHO HAVE family we know. this Holy time.ATTORNEY for your loyal and friendly

CHRISTMAS EVE AND DAY, BEEN REMISS ABOUT A- CLUB EL DORADO May the light of /messages to patronage through the year.
Christmas time be
INTENDED
THEIR
7-30-22-12-83-732 MASSING 5141 MOMCRIEF RD. wish cheer.DR. .
GIFTS CAN HARDLY EXPECT Dw. PERKINS a. guide this day. you KEYSTONE STORE INC.

VIRGO OTHER THAN A HECTIC
Born Aug. 23rd thru TIME TO CATCH UP AND Merry Christmas A. T. FRAZIER 509 BROAD STREET .
22nd HAS BOUGHT OUT VICTORY STORE.
Sept. TO BE READY IN TIME. ..J ,.
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SRO Attendance Hears Outstanding Concert Performance

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A SMASHING SUCCESS-A highly appreciative audience totaling over 2,000 persons thronged capacitydirector of music at ETC. The above photos show Director Green and the ensemble and portions of the

filled Civic Auditorium's Little Theatre recently to hear the Edward Waters Concert Choir present vast audience.

-1 Messa Di Gloria by Giacomo Putcini during their annual Christmas concert conducted by H. Alvin Green (Photos by Bake Studio)



_I S o ci all y S pea ki n g Report New Stanton On SeminarMrs. Hears Voters Meets MondayOpening League MERRY have C\


With LOUISE GUINYARD Marie Streets and
of the books
: : : : : : end in the Francis Street home of Alphonso and Mrs. Ruth P. Whitelocke.
1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1:1: : : : : : : : for persons wishing to
I
Grace West.Vanette counselors at New Stan- CHRISTMAS
become members will
Thanksgiving in December? Unthinkablel! Well, itwouldn't Thayer was high scorer in the guest cate- ton Senior High School
highlight the regular
hurt to have Thanksgiving and a little New Gwendolyn Stewart made a report to the
gory topped the club list, followed -
meeting of the 42-B
Year's Day, too-the spirit of these observances
closely by Mc staff and faculty recently -
Margaret Wilson. Thomasina -
that is. Voters League Monday And thanks for
Farlin qualified for the consolation award. concerning the your
As the Yuletide approaches, we should certainly starting at 8 p.m. in
be thankful forth Miraculous Event that furnishes Included among members are Sybil Butler, Hatti Pharmacy OccupationalTour Philadelphia Baptist wonderful loyalty.m .
1 Stewart Sara Montgomery Mary Coleman, Margaret Seminar sponsoredby
the occasion for this celebration; for the fact Church.
Starkes and Mable Jones.tttttttttttttt. the School of Pharmacyof
that so many In the world are rejoicing in unison; Rev. I. E. Norman, president -
Florida A&M University
and for various other things that are inumerable.Then is requesting the
November 1622.
with gratitude in our hearts, we should resolve presence of all officers
Main of the
to analyze our true feelings about the cele- purpose and members since unfinished flik
The home of the Abe Scotts 1622 West Twenty- tour according to the
bration of Christmas. We cannot wait until New busmness for
second Street provided the setting for the recent counselors was to acquaint A'
the will be com-
Year's Day to make all of our resolutions. Take year
meeting of The Auxiliary to Speical Delivery Mes- them with the
pleted.
the matter of Christmas giving--do we give becauseof
various careers in the
sengers.
a real desire to do so, or because .e feel that Silver FeteObserved
Mary Griswold president presided over the busi- field of pharmacy. Recorded INSURANCE COMPANYOF
we are obligated? Debts are repaid; gifts are
ness session. Margaret Starkes Frances as the greatest
Shipp Mae
given. Do we give to the persons who are really By
Westmoreland, and Doris Bennett were among members educational event of FLORIDAA
deserving, or do we carefully draw up a list that
I 1963 in Florida .and Garden Club I
present.
includes with
persons "influence" and others included the participation WEEKLY FOR EVERY
whom we would like to have obligated to us? Do we Observance of its silver
of counselorsfrom
'give things that we sincerely feel would be of use tttttttttttttt thirty PREMIUM MEMBER OF
various anniversary was pro-
secondary
to the recipientsor do choose
we at random sometimes -
1 taking' advantage of the occasion to "unload" The Cotillion Club met recently at the Eldorado schools the group were the grammed Azalea last Garden Sunday Clubin by POLICY THE FAMILY

impractical purchases or unwanted items received with Marjorie Gilmore as hostess. Jacquelyn Hall the guests of several the Florida Largest Co.
palatial residenceof :
large drug store firmsat
from other sources. was visiting player.
1. How good are we at the art of receivingDo we look Earning high points in the rounds of whist were the Lasalle Hotel in Sweet.Mr. and Mrs. W. D. l Writing Only Industrial InsuranceC4EEsrc

beyond the gift for any reason other than to cal- Josephine Cleveland Viola Monroe and Evelyn Wal r Chicago. .

culate Its value or to make certain of it by ker. Elvin Roulhac 01ga Higglnbotham Carrie Par- .

probing for traces of price tabs or other markingsthat sons, Evle Alexander, Hortense Brown, and Mary ( + Li rcfryomorc.s/ to \

might have been overlooked by the senderWhat Singleton were among participants in the meeting. .

about the sacrificeon the part of the sender--time e.-
cccc Jrssrctc tt Up for the HolidaysTrimmed .L.
consumed in obtaining and wrapping, the thought- t. .: -T

fulness when a favorite color, fragrance, or brandI Evelyn Galvin was reinstated as a member of Gems '
OVE l Linen-like ; :
I s remembered? Let us resolve to "Never look a Bridge Club, attending her first meeting last Friday :,

gift horse in the mouth" night. Catherine T. Jackson was hostess.

Christmas started out as A Wonderful Daythe Catherine's guest list included Delores Boswell Hulk' SHRUG Capt-1 DRESS ,.

t most wonderful In the world. Let's keep it that Gwendolyn Stewart irma Murray, Marjorie Gilmore, f w e
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way. Helen Hart, and Maxine Jackson. _\ .. : A perfect HolIday
MERRY CHRISTMAS! r The younger set will dress for Christmas x "
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tttttttttttttt ,: ? glow wnen they're all!' into Easter In wash \ w
ggaaa gt ttt T dressad up with their <. able "Strawdance" ;
4 = trimmed shrug .
an exciting new tzxtured
The "Hanging of the Green" was held Mon yes! with I lace and pearls fabric with the natural (Ii---

day evening at the A.L. Lewis Branca YWCA. Membersof ., In whiter-thon-snow look of f linen ) f .
the Y* s executive committees, young adult and \ deliveryMr. ]I .,' hand washable Orion ; featuring the West Pam -, I
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teen-age organizations participated in the ceremony influence In white
trimmed with
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; braid ond cranberry 1
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Other Y activities Included the Annual Luncheon 6 799Size -
Street; Boy. buttons.
glvrti Vy The Teen-Age Committee held this ;year at and Mrs. Charles 1
II r. and Mrs. Alex 1
I Nobilio's Cafeteria on Edgewood Avenue. Iva Bakeris Rawls; 785 N. Lincoln \ Size '
Roberson; 1581 W. 36th 2)) ..
director of the Teen-age department.The Ct. ; Boy. 3-6. 8-I4. ( '
Girl.
Street; SIZES 991.6c
Young Adult Committee held its Annual Brunch Mr. and Mrs. Sidney 10
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
I Thursday morning at the Y. Frances Walden directs Wright; 1667 Windle St.
Randall; 1085 FloridaGirl.
young adult activities. .

Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Avenue Mr. and; Boy.Mrs. Alonzo t' A _I "CHRISTMAS IN THE PARK DOWNTOWN"

tttttttttttttt Cannon; 2641 Spring Russ; 1366 W. 25th St. ; p Choir singing at Noon and
Gleen Road; Girl. ,' n 7:30 p.m. in Hemming ParkDOWNTOWN1 ;
.
Minnie Gadling and Vanette Thayer were guest Boy.
week- Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. James .. ; .- -. ...... -
pli>ers when Kardettes Bridge club met last Fussell ; 1823 W. 6th
Smith; 5349 Cleveland 19 WEST ADAMS ALL STORES

Road; Girl.Mr. .
r- LAKEWOOD/SAN JOSE
OPEN TIL
and Mrs. Benjamin :
Scott; 604 Franklin St. ; BEACH PLAZA ( yHOt1UAY

Girl. GI S. 10 Flu r OU t L1S1 GATEWAY-44th and NORWOOD 9 p.m. '.

t Mr. and Mrs. Morris ',. 'r':,,. ,:., ..,.)r"'....
Sims; 642 Court G.; Boy.

,".." Mr. and Mrs. Robert f a ftrnclical. . Perfect for a
Grothe
Parker; 1266
cla,..;ical. gift! Junior Holiday .
5i ve Street; Boy. S

Mr. and Mrs. Amos

StvtDRIVE.w Merriweather; 2722 # Orion Savelle Double Knit _r

Hamilton Cir. Apt. 12;

Boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Blouse
Cardigans 1 plus -
Mack; 1748 W. 6th St. ; 5 -
t \ -
I Boy. Here it is! The lock
and touch of Shetland t

but it performs as I -

j/i no natural-fiber A Icvefy little dress up 1 t ., 1
? sweater can Full .
L ii,,, LY fashioned for perfect for the Junior figure -

fit combins Sleeveless' top with -

( g traditional understated: a seat-lined slim skirt
LQUOQSS ."
'F u elegance with modern
easy-care convenience in fine quality cotton

: & In White, Pink, double knit. with
J Maize and Beige -
S Speedy Car ServiceJacksonville's Sizes 3442. its own white rayon

t jsrsey long sleeve over '
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WHIT[. PINK, MAIZE 7.15 1499 ,
FOR HOLIDAY SPECIALS 599 Y
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\ the glory of M.tckine WOOL SKIRT

t Merry Xmas and A Happy New Year the Holy time.J. <' Pink, kl.is.. Sims 6.10 599 coLAys'TM


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Jaxon Employed Marriage Christmas Contata Woodlawn Presbyterian
CHURCH NEWSTabernacle

I I DEATHS 45 Years With Licenses Scheduled Sunday Church Notes

1119 At Central MethodistChoirs The Music Department of Baptist's Youth Choirs will
Johnny Lee Scott
Standard Oil Woodlawn United Presby- present their annual Christmas Cantata and
Central Metro-
Gr ant St. 23 and at
terian Church will pre- play Sunday at 3 p.m. in the church. Rev.
Charlie Mae Shellman. politan Methodist Church
Seth Dudley 216 Library: Ktos. EDNA AGNES FRANKLIN. sent th e Northwestern E.J. Minnifield ef Waycross.Ga. will con-
Folkston. Ga.. 24. will consolidate effortsfor
St.. St. Augustine. 1079 FRANKLINSt.DIEDDEC. Robert Blackman 2026 the-annual staging of Jr.-Sr. High School duct the Thanksgiving Revival which starts
Theodore "Pete*' Davis 12. SURVIVORS INCLUDE Concert Chorus in a recital SUn- Dec. 30 and will continue for one week.
Westmount St. 20 and the Christmas
Route 23. Hastings. A SISTER. MRS. EUGENIA Vernette V. Jones 2961 entitled "The Night of day. January 19, 1964 at . .
Dallas Martin St. Johns HARGROVE A HOST 7 30 in the Fellow-
I AND John W. : p. m.
Willow Street. 21. 'M iracl es. by
county. OF OTHER SORROWING RELA Elbert Asbyerry. 604 .Peterson.The ship Hall of the Church. Bethlehem's Junior Choir will stage its
Thomas E. Williams. Rt. TIVES AND FRIENDS. This High School chorus
Court 'G* 24 and Contata will get Christmas Cantata Sunday at 6 p.m. with
8. Box 460. . . Bettye J. KinseY.1158 underway Sunday Dec. under the direction of Mrs. Gladys Carroll directing the musical
Mrs. Samuel L. Walker Prof. R. Haddon has become -
W. 26th Street. 20. 22 at 7 p.m. in the phase. Rehearsal for the Christmas program
f 2091 McQuade Street. EDDIE A. CRAWFORD 1423 under one of the outstanding -
Joel Sweeney LibertyKy. church auditorium will be held Saturday at 3 p.m.
Morris Bostic King Sr.. group of singersin
WINDlE ST. DIED DEC. 14.
of RichardT.
25 and Ada L. Morgan the direction
1944 Mars Street. SURVIVORS I I INCLUDE 251 STlRS, 1257 W. 25th St. ,Hadley minister of : the city. The Music . .
I Eugene Foster. 320 Or- 1 BROTHER AND OTHER RELATIVES 17. music assisted by Mrs. Department of Woodlawn is
ene Street. AND FRIENDS. FUNERAL indeed fortunate to get
1 Wilford Davis. 963 W. Mary Black pianist, and West Union Baptist's Junior Choir will rehearse -
Gary: LaSalle Henry 5029 SERVICES WILL BE ANNOUNCED. these singers at this
Avenue B. CHARLES JENKINS Beaver St. 18 and Ollie. Mrs. Wynton Hadley. time. at 3:30 p.m. Sunday's district

Mrs. Eva C. Hall 1527 . . Veteran Employee Mosley 812 W. Monroe Scholarship HonoreeA On Saturday, December meetings follow: District 6 at 3 p.m. with
Street 17. Rev. and Mrs. Ben Livingston in their homeon
Evergreen Avenue. Upon his retirementnext 21, the Westminster choir
Willie Reed. 1557 Mil- West 10th St. District 7 at 3:30
Charlie Harris. P.O. Box MRS. ELVIRA HEARN 1431 w. year at the age of of Woodlawn United Presbyterian ; p.m.
292. Hastings. !5TH ST. DIED DEC. 14. SUR- 65 years, Charles Jenkins nor 23 and Barbara Church will sing with Deacon Celophus Baisden. 1731 W.
Little Angelia B. Smith VIVORS INCLUDE 3 SISTERS will have reached a Manigault. 1862 W. 6th Christmas Carols in down- Union St. ; District 13 with Deacon and Mrs

1148 Franklin Street. AND OTHER SORROWING RELATIVES distinctive goal of street 21. town Hemming Park at 12 Robert Bailey, 2064 W. 18th Street.

Charlie H. Aldridge AND FRIENDS.I FUNERAL having completed 45 years Samuel Bingham 1618 .. instead of Friday.
noon
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Helena St. 21 and . .
1430 W. 23rd St. SERVICES WILL BE ANNOUNCED. of Employed with the December 20.
. .e Gloria S. Thomas. 1620
Mollie Gilbert 333 Standard Oil
Mrs. Company'soutlet On Sunday. December 22
Elm Street. here.A Rosann Street 18. at 7:00: p.m. the Church Sweetfield Baptist will host the meetingof
Mrs. Georgia Gray. 9 N. THOMAS E. WILLIAMS, RT. 8, native of Reddick Eddie Lee Hall 921 School of Woodlawn Pres- the Ministers and Deacons Union, auxil-
Ocala. Fla. DEC. 13. SURVIVORS Br cad St. 22 and iary to the Union St. James Association
Gadson st. Box 460 DIED Fla. Mr. Jenkins at the byterian Ciurch will hold on
Joe Luck. 6110 Dunmire INCLUDE HIS PARENTS. age of 18 years, turned Barbara J. Wimberly its annual Christmas program Dec. 26. Rev. D.B. Barnes pastor. Mrs.
Avenue. t$. 8MRS. JOHN E. WILLIAMS. his back on rural life 5629 Dakota Dr. 19. in the Fellowship Annye Bell Bennett and Mrs. Juanita Alex-
I Angela Smith Wise. 1148 3 SISTERS 4 BROTHERS AND and journeyed to Jackson- James Watts Jr. 1729 Hall of the Church. A ander will supervise Sunday's Christmas
I Franklin street. OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS. ville where after workingon Eaverson St. 20 and Christmas play will be program scheduled for 7 p.m.
Thomas "Tommie" Barton SERVICES WILL BE Priscilla L. Price,
FUNERAL various jobs, he be- entitled
1439: Grothe 11-17 McConihe St. 20. presented . .
Street.
ANNOUNCED. came affiliated with 'Ch Christmas Time At
John C. Doster 1460 . . Standard Oil Co. for a Kenneth L. Wilson, 1012 A FORMER New Stanton Woodlawn United Presby-
Steel Street. lifelong employment.Mr. Tyler St., 22 and MarieM. graduate and an active terian Church. All choirs and ushers have been requestedto
Willie J. Jordan. 326 MRS. SALLIE M. WALKER. 2091MCOUADE Proctor. Ft. Pierce, serve during First Timothy Baptist'searly
Jenkins and his wife member of New Hope AME T.V. Huger is askingall
Ocosta street. ST. DIED DEC. 11, Willie Lou reside at 2522 Fla. 23.Willie. Church, Miss Ruth D. Sea- teachers, childrenand morning Christmas program which will
Mrs. Albean Clarida SURVIVORS INCLUDE A SISTER, Janette St. They have one Bigham 1524 wright holds the distinctive parents to come out begin at 5:15 a.m. The Youth Departmentwill
4510 Washington St.,Ma- MRS.MAMIE Cox, A NIECE, ANI. daughter. Mrs. Daisy Powhattan St. 24 and honor of being Saturday evening Dec. present the BSA Gospel Singers foIling -
port. OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDSChristmas Aikens and five grand- Doris Williams 1950 W. the Christian Endeavor 21 for a rehearsal for evening worship Sunday at 8 p.m.
10th street 18.
Merry sons who also live here. first scholarship awardee. this Christmas program.
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Wake up pepped up for a ,. SELECT OYSTERS . . Pint $1.50
great day! Gate City introduces 4; MONEYDOWN
this Tuftless, Smooth (
Top Innerspring Sleep Set, .
matching box springs, of Compare at $119.95 '
courser at a sensationally low Sat City's Price$79.98 Exc.
price. More sleepable because k
it's built with a HOLLAND 95 1963

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Gafe Cify's Facfory You save a whopping$40 r-h_.

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Gate t Phone EL 5.3431 We also take t this opportunityto
City Blvd. Jacksonville
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CARPET Works Phon.721-H55 thank all of our friendsfor

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A_ Helpful Assist Nat'l Women's Club Leaders NEW YORK MAIDSTo
happynew $f5 wk.-Jobs raiting
Confer With President Johnson Tickets Rent-MAM Agcy.
210 Post Ave. ;Westbury.
year ? N.Y.
x WASHINGTON D.C.-Miss Dorothy I. Height. Na-
:
FLORIDA STAR tional President National Council of Negro Women I LIVE IN MAIDS
Inc. and Dr. Rosa L. Gragg.President. National GUARANTEED N.Y. LIVE-IN
Association of Colored Women's Clubs Inc. at the-
i t' MAID jobs. $35-$55 wk.
invitation of President Lyndon B. Johnson metwith

b f day the December Chief 13.Executive at the...White......House.......Fri.....- Fare advanced. Mallory
Agency Lynbrook N.T.
During thE> mopflnp.
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: President Johnson spoke
highly of the way women
work to achieve goals to I
. which they are dedicated
i the leaders said. He
showed the same vital interest -
'"1 Peace in Civil Rights
and other issues as he
on earth and had set forth in his
good will message to Cou ress. L :
The President seemed
to men of keenly aware of the problems -

//r" all faiths. SCHOLARSHIP FUND CHEEK:: from Old Hickory Distilling Corp. and Inver House Distillers affecting social
Ltd., is and economic welfare of
: presented by Robert S. Smyth special representative of the
companies, to Dr. Bernard Harris Sr. president of the Tri-rtate Association the Negro family said s a i
nI of at the leaders. He empha-
Elks the organization's annual bull roast in Fasten, Md. Also shown at
I Y Fw the presentation are, left Simon Eggleston sales representative for Universal sized the importance of i
I I Liquors Inc., wholesale house handling Old Hickory Bourbon and Inver House women's groups workingon
Scotch in such problems as
Maryland and at rightDaughter Amy Warden president of the InState -
Flks Women's Auxiliary. school drop-outs and offering -
I assistance.

l Season's
Greetings
DR. E. H. WASHINGTON AND FAMILY { l

t DOUGLAS HUTCHINS! iiQPPY N ewYWu

Season's rmi SS i S S Constable District 11

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of time to Iris> eachrr

Greetings E 3S J of on patrons well.

CARTER'S FUSAMMIE NERAL HOMEL.
HEAT 5 ROOMS' BEAUTIFUL GAS
}; THERMOLAIRE |
HEATER E DAVIS
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a LICENSED FUNERAL DllNOTARY:RECTOR & EMBALMER
... Installed Swith i
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J & J Mr. and Mrs. Sammie L. and Mrs. Eddie Reaves
r- .. DavisMr. Mr. aid Mrs. Lewis J. Howell
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\- 'r.." Mr. James N. Davis Mr. Hardrick Ij. Monroe
War sxt ;
i1 J f:: I 1ji't $82901i Bill Edwards Bill Shedlman Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mrs. Lute Sell LewisMr.

: I, : {. I \1 Deputy Deputy PeeleMr.. Arthur Dye
aid
Mrs. Richard Bos- Mr. Royal Davis
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.1J" sard Mr. Francis Mills.
i : ,. \ i COMPLETE 9f I John Tyson
.--, .. 11 I'i.. WITH' TAX :.[ Deputy 925-929 W. BEAVER ST.JACKSONVILLE.
'\., .. -- .,.,; .4 have a
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AFTER CHRISTMAS SALE
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED

Yet, thot'i what we said After Christmas Sale! Instead of offering you left over goods that are "picked
over" after Christmas we are reducing our prices on all our beautiful fresh Christmas selections. We are
SPECIALS GOOD THRU SUNDAY AT EDGEWOOD AND AVENUE B
doing this in of fine
appreciation your past patronage. .


_ LAMPS 4 PC. SECTIONAL PICTURES FRESH PORK GRADE 'A' QUICK FROZEN


d: Reduced As Much SOFAS PLAQUESMIRRORS40ro TURKEYSLB.35C

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MODERN SOFA Matching Chairs
Also Available

OPEN STOCK MAYONNAISE VEGETOLEQUART
DINING ROOM SUITES FRENCH PROVINCIALBEDROOM OCCASIONAL TABLES

25% PIECES FORMERLY
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25% 9.98 fa 49.98 39
Big Selection OFF 49
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lt.li.il PreyllOCi.I.Ut"Meltee..y Century Fruitwood White oldor NOW S598 to S2998


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I it is impossible to list all items.

I RECLINERS Please feel welcome to come in SMOKE STANDS OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRY SAUCE mi CAN 19* SURF
and inquire about special Values

F STARTING AT item or just plain"browse." 15.00 To $998 U. S. GOOD ROUND & SIRLOIN STEAK LB. 75* DETERGENTSWEET

- $4998 CHILDREN'S 98 9x 12VISCOSE

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Youth Council Sets Sunday MeetingRobert Social Security Facts Philharmonicormer Gateway Barracks Springfield ClubThe Elects OfficersMrs.

Ingram, president W. Rut ledge, parliamentarian -
Woodlawn Roads. annual election of
F Jaxon Slates Important 1'.L. Barn-
will be the main Newly elected officers fficers featured the ;
t speaker Sunday, when the 'Q. My husband died in 1961. I'm 51 and can't work well chaplain, and Mrs.
for the 1964 term will be ecent meeting of the
Jax Branch of the NAACP installed during the because of heart trouble. I can get a doctor's Group TapsST. Session Saturday ;Springfield Heights S.L.A. Reaves, reporter.

Youth Council holds its meeting and a certificate showing I can't work. Can I draw disability Civic Club. G. W. Scottif President Patterson
progress from husband's social PETERSBURG It stated that the! group's
weekly public mass meeting payments my security? 5-A will install the
report covering the in the law for mayor may not be a precedent BY J.S. IRVING SR. most important task of
at 3:30 p.m. in woodyear's A. No. There's no provision payments officers during the
lawn United Presbyterian activities and to disabled widows. You must be 62 to collect but this Gateway Barracks 3131 lub' Jan. 14th meet- the new year will be to
(: s
plans for the
Church. Cleveland and new year from your husband record, unless of course, southern city has a Negro Veterans of World Jar 1 stress a voters regis-
c ing.
will be discussed.
and Ladies Auxiliarywill
you have young children or disabled children. performing with its Sew officers are tration drive enlistingthe
Q. DO you have a booklet that tells farmers about philharmonic group. meet Saturday Dec. F.W. Patterson resi- support of all precinct -
Adding "color" to the 21st at 2 p.m. In a 'special members with an
social security9A. d lent; Mrs. Poberta Hall.
J 1I Yes. I'm sending you a copy of Booklet 22. It'sfree local musical group Christmas Session. rice president: Mrs. ultimate goal to regis-

and I'll send one to anybody else who wantsit. which numbers more than All members are expected 1'he lma Johnson secretary ter every adult resi-
75 persons is Alvin to attend this dent.
; ; Mrs Ruth Samuel
V
of Gibbs last meeting before the
Downinghead A social together
get
Q. Here's the one question I have about social financial secretary;
Junior COllege's musicdepartment. Christmas Holidays and follows the close of
Which holiday security. Can a wife who is already 65 draw her the election of Officers lark Reeves, treasurer; all .
social security from her husband's record, although meetIngs.C
The noted musician for 1964 on January4th.
1 is older. he hasn't started his?, .
greeting
recognized in this area -
A. No. No matter what your age and no matter what
The rules and
as an accomplished regula- ;
.a your husband's you can't druv.: wife's payments
the firstChristmas organist is performing tions for the electionof
before he begins to draw his payments.
with the group as a per- officers will be set

Card cussionist.St. up and discussed. By

Petersburg Phil General Order of the

orGordon's ; harmonic Conductor State Department all

Thomas Briccetti, in candidates for office
,
1 Gin? dire need of a percus- must have their dues

sionist, asked Downingto paid up for 1964. The 1

perform with the election will be held r

-y' group. Downing has found January 4th and the installation p<

Garden's Gin was an English t the experience delightful will be held
greeting 74 years I*' ** since he is able to January 18th at which '_

ts before Mr.J.C Horsley designed ,. broaden his musical experience time Past Commander and .,,> 'r-'J' &......Ij1
p J by playing the Mrs. Harland J. Lloyd
the first Christmas card.TheGordon's 1 '
drums the xylophone and will be present to make -
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t. drink today :
-t you the installation will -
the marimba.
([ harks back to Alexander }. .
GORDONS LEARN A TRADE Downing, a native of be held January 18th at
RJ.; Gordon's original 1769 for- /1 Jacksonville has spent which time Past Commander May all the joys

') mulaforonedoesn'ttamper : In Six Short Months That many fruitful years in and Mrs. Harland J. of Christmastime be

t with a good thing... spe-- DISTILLED: the field of music. He Lloyd will be presentto
cially when it is the world's lONDONDRY Will Be BENEFICIAL spent a period as band-1 make the installation yours this holiday.

:c biggest seller. This year GIN For a LIFETIME I master at Gibbs High and to dedicate the ROOSEVELT GRILL

1( send cards,serve and give School, and later joinedthe charters and colors.
**sKXr&i"iss
Gordon's London DryGin. JACKSONVILLEBARBER armed forces. 808 West Ashley Street


J COLLEGE INC. The officers and Staff of Geter and

r 630 DAVIS ST. at Beaver Open L\"crimes "1'il 9 00 P.M.
4 ( PRODUCT OF It.S.A.MSTtlUO lONOO DRYGUI.l002NWTRALSFlSTS .
Baker Funeral Home wish for their
'C. a OISTIUI9 fRail CIAIH 90 IVOOf COIOOK MY Cll CO.U0 lND! {I.*.... \> '
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i MERRY CHRISTMASand I i 3RD & MAIN

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Rrt PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR i 63 FORD V-8 HTOP .$2395'!

ii wii 161 W. BEAVER ST. PHONE EL 6.1643 afVicrr II'A1'II.MICR; SHIFT
t : I ,59 FORD CONVERTIBLE . ....... .$ 995

60 FORD 4-DR. RANCH WAGON...... .$1195
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_, 59 FORD V-8 2-DOOR . .. ...........$ 795 j
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Season GreetingsMAJOR'S I FACTORY AfJ?. 'ArM T IV':..
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61 FALCON FUTURA SPT. CPE.$1295
Refrigerator that doesn't Pt1f"It1'T..TAT3
careow Major Brands at Minor Prices '!; 63 PONT. BONN. 2-dr. HT $3395

often its door fOWtR fcORTHTRN' CAR LIKE JflW.
you open 10265 BEACH BLVD. ii 58 CHEVROLET v-a.. . ....... .... .$ 395

57 DODGE HARDTOP ..... ..........$ 595
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61 FORD GALAXIF 4-DR. VR .. ... ,$159562A !
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to Jacksonville citizens as a sales-
,. Donald well known
room appointment for a test
man, invites you to the show to
_ drive in our 19'34 Chevrolet.
You may also contact him by Phone at the office. 246-4871;

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rY NO FROST or his residence. 1617


Cr NE* HIGH IN COOLING POWER. CHILLS
TEMPERATURE.sua.s1Inw" I FIT I

i -... I FASTER INSTANT I THAN COLD EVER NO BEFOfE.MATTER HOW YOU MANY GET BY JOVE, HERE'S A REAL FIND! \ .

TIMES VOL OPEN T>.E DOOR, THERE'S .
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WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING $ LUDCWN operation enables them to go higher for your ,

trade ins... that's THOR CHEVROLET.A .

-. dealer whose sales policy '
Buy the "BIG MAX" of the Family PLUS l- --l z. 'l'l1 places Chevrolet customers confidence and satisfaction ;, :

.- Handsome Recliner FEATURE! Mi1 :FIRST and backs each sale with genuine factory < r

This big comfortable recliner for CAD has heavy Frieze fabric !.i'W: I t j L j L / approved service unsurpassed by any service depart ; .
that's THOR .
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plastic with bisquit ." ',.. '_"'-': Come See & Drive a new '64 Chevrolet .
$3995 tufted back. This : 11 .... y _
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Russell Advises IMPERIAL I SUNDRIES '!
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Against ViolenceNEW Patent Medicines Cosmetics

P TO RK-ANP)---Famed All-Leading Hair Preparations-

c : scholar Lord Bertrand Cor. BROAD AND ASHLEY EL 4- rsS
Russell has warned that

the American civil rightsin INDEPENDENT OIL COMPANY
the United States j" -
would be set back by 14ECHANIC ON DUTYIke

ID any decades" if it Joseph ----------- -------Proprietor
adopted methods of vio- ..
State and Jefferson Streets El 6-9432
lence.
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The ninety-one year old
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the warning in a Y

SCHLITZ HOSTS DR. WEAVER-Dr. Robert C. Weaver memorandum recentlyread

(center), U.S. Housing and Home Finance Agency at a meeting in

f: Administrator, was feted at a luncheon in the Jos. Town Hall sponsored by -

Schlitz Brewing Company's Brown Bottle Hospitality the Monthly Review

center when he came to Milwaukee recently to dedi- Associates. m
cate an urban renewal project. Flanking the distinguished He said that whites'
visitor were Milwaukee Mayor Henry reaction to violence WITH THE St. Petersburg Philharmonic is Gibbs Junior College music departmenthead

Maier (left) and Fred R. Haviland Jr., ice presi- would take two forms: Alvin Downing, shown here with his junior college ensemble. Downing is every
dent-marketing and corporate planning for the tlany previous sympao- one of more than 75 citizens playing with the group which has an operating

I Schlitz company. thizers would become budget of 50000. He is the lone Negro performer with the group and a former tingling

I hostile and those who native of Jacksonville.

LEO'S SHOE REPAIR are already hostile time!
Royal Y would become more readyto
.u She YepairiitOf violence.meet "violence with SEASON'S GREETINGS I I ,


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145 EliiMiJliiiL' i Ladies vanity sets. Luxur- Here's the perfect gift ,
,ail/,' ously finished in wide var. for the pipe-smokers i ( ra -
VALUE iety of styles and colors. on your gift list, your .1'
Just the thing for that hard- choice of Edgeworth or
to-buy-for person on your Holiday pipe tobacco r
list. Comes in gift box. both for the same low
Ey price.


? .,, 364 YOUR CHOICE Velue Foir else. reehires
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say thankyou. boxed cuff
Men's
gift General l Electric i Snooz -
link and tie-boi' sets. alarm clock. Automatic
RITZ THEATRE i Wide selection of !' wake to music and/or tic' reflector toaster. Versatile
alarm buzzer. Features a new toaster toast
styles. Just perfect for noted slumber switch and General Electric automa-
829 DAVIS STREET that extra little gift. lever clock control knows. all kinds of bread, rolls 5 7
Contrasting grille cloth for pancakes, or frozen wof- 9
t added luxury. hinged crumb troy in
7 fles. Easy to clean-
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Men's Gift I Boxed Redi-ties T.. : ... I II I


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Just the gift for the man who loves convenience. 'PI r"6
Wide selection of colors. What luxury for this This attractive new con

low price. e S opener safe and is clean.fast,Easy easy to, 88 187 -

V wall Install in; seconds.mounts Countertop on the 1 0 Men tie. and.*matching
legs available at socks set. Wider
9 a7y 'f ",. w small extra cost. Model variety of colors.
EC4B. Comes In box perfect
FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY for giving. Compare at


Handsome men's lined lea 249. .r "
ther dress gloves. Here is '
v the ideal gift for any man +*4
Makes up to 9 cups of you know. Some come with i s: N y
delicious coffee every fur linings some with
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time every day. Knuckle flannel linings.
tp guard handle. Drip- t r
proof spout Brew selector y
WEAVER'S PAWN SHOP for mild, medium or a
11J strong. Model 1 P31. Traffic Control) Come by ,
142 W. Ashley StreetHEYMIM'S } 2 Ohio Art. Don't miss
this game for the young
UP sters on your list. It'l.a 297 She'll love these gift slip- 169
-I Christmasjtnoooi p 31K 1187 read racing gome with pers. Many styles, colors,
mechanical car. All metal fur-trimmed,
are
layout. Regularly many To
Deluxe camper toy truck priced at $6.00 some are gold trimmed.
+s,____. .nr V by Tonka. Well mode, All from our immense
.._ sturdy built for the collection of shoes for
roughest play. Perfect women. Sizes 4 to 10. 197h
for any boy.
_ OVEN MITT


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..,- j ..y., 4 Ladies gift boxed Men's gift boxed
apron and oven mitt ; tie and matching
,, ;, sets. All cotton. 187 belt sets. Just the
'' value $2.49.
) f: Regular perfect gift for
any fashion conscious
P1 man.

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feet gift for ) 84 ,1 ".4 3*
family. Comes templet.I 2 tikfir" ;:' i(,, ,i zt s' %1 197
wiht 4 personal snap-in a' "ftft. }2"y?a t
brushes. Quahty engineered r; ;, y, 'Aw1x ;F
Hens a comfortableway for long life. -e 7.
to remember Dad
for Christmas. Fleece 69 <1- faoArf..
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lined slippers for added luxuriousperfume
DEPARTMENT STORE comfort. Choice of herd 2 Dainty,
or soft podded soles. :ti trays. Mir.
801.60.5.801DAYIS Black or natural. All Up ARE ror bottom with {
STREET sizes. ) metal lace t rim.I i .
I D ALWAYS Stand on back so
tray can be used as /
{1ff!; AT vanity mirror. '

1IrUW UfiW Ji 8 lw VALUE GirU gift sllptrs. Bunny 169 V /
fur moccossins, shearl l A 2 7
if ing lined booties. A tremendous
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Make your own ice cones with this .

machine.Comes complete with flay Players try to identify historically
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Revolving sc I : ego
Shaggy pile slipper boots for ly priced at $4.00.
children teens end women. FAIR
i Deep luxury imitation fur
shag booties with soft padded
soles for extra wuiiiilli sled 166 V 197blue
comfort. Choice of white, light 188 V_ _ _ _
,10 red.to or ladies pink.10.PAY Sizes. children I s


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r Miss Pan American And Attendants" Negro Revolution UnderscoredBy First All Negro WWAanA

f l lI OPEN
I Florida A & M PresidentDAYTONA SelecteeLOS

BEACH---The Negro revolution is real and ANGELES-ANP-- 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. DAILYMcCURDY'S

I r its toll may be terrific before all is calm a- Civil rights fighter

at gain. MoreoverNegroes hold the balance of power Herb ward 47. last
rv if they use the ballot intelligently, because week became the first FOOD MARKET'
i it because today there is need for greater participation West Coast Negro to be

t : -in- nolitlcs. ................... elected a business a-
,- 950 N.W. 36th Street
-- The responsibilitiesof ability find that they gent In the Interna-

A Negroes in view of are stymied. Most Americans tional Association of MIAMI, FLORIDAPHONE
the current revolutionand with the lead- Machinists. He won bya
j <- Z
A all of the changesit ership urge express it margin of 14 votesin
portends were under- 'in private businessand District 727 at Lockheed -
FR 7-2294
? [ : & _. scored here in a talk by industry. Few Neg- Aircraft in Bur-
:" Dr. George w. Gore jr.. roes have the opportunity bank. FOR BETTER PICTURES SEEJOHNSON
president of FloridaA. to do so. 'According to IAM
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; / and M. University, Dr. Gore cited Greek- officials only one

Tallahassee, in commemoration letter organizationsas other Negro holds an
s 1It( of the Annual "unique to American elected business agent
r Founders' Day celebra- colleges and universi- position in the union. DINNERS PARTIES WEDDINGS PASSPORTS

tion of Alpha Phi Alpha ties," adding that they The lAM has a total of, Open 1 pjn. to 8 p.m.
"- 1 Fraternity on the Be- have representeda 600 agents. Ward is

r Fi i Vf: .J thune-Cookman College distinct contributionto presently the Cali- Baby Pictures A Speciality
campus. the cultural and so- fornia chairman of the
ty Appearing on the Day- cial life of collegemen un ion's political 109 N.W. 17th Street Miami Florida

jjY tons Beach campus as and women. organization.
I guest of Dr. John Rem-
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,"'. <,; members bert graduate, president of and the graduate under-and Tune WAME Home Of The World's

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i Alpha Fraternity at
I r YA Bethune-Cookman. the Champion Disc Jockey

# t FAMU president pointedout
a that the 'Negro

problem today is largelyan
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,.It Gore said the Negro
WINNERS Miss Gloria Payne who was crowned "Miss PanAmerican" is beginning to take
in the annual "Miss Pan American" contest over the cities and
held Dec. 5is seen here seated surrounded by the run- whites are fleeing to
: ers-up. Standing in the order of their runningsecond( the suburbs. "If
to fifth ) from left are Miss Barbara RansomMiss Brenda present population
Sanders. Miss Lois Cohens and Miss Shirley Richardson.The trends are authorita-

charming, group was seen in the Orange Blossom pa- tively projected into /,:,. ," -
rade. the future within

Alumni Prexy Noted In Rights Field fifteen years Negroes
YWCA .
Sponsors __ will be in the majorityin Si
PFNSACOLA -- According throughout the state as Detroit Cleveland
Yule Programs to national and local president of the Florida Baltimore, Chicavo St. r

,___ __YWCA.OIRIS'I\IAS observers on the civil AIM University General Louis and possibly
CANPLFLIGHTING SERVICE rights scenes, one of Alumni AssociatiOn 'Philadelphia.' he
the It is significant that '
AND OONCHITThe most impressive :Stated.
Northwest YWCA Cen- records of civil rights the school desegregationand "These changes are
and human relations the transportation
ter says "Merry Christ- causing housing problemsof
mas' to the community desegregation cases in great magnitude, the E:
which he has figured
with v Christmas Candle- speaker from Talla- I
prominently were handledby i
hassee declared. '
lighting; Service on Sun The .
the youthful Pensa- -
day December 22nd from Negro has too long been
cola attorney with the .
4-6 p.m. A highlight of confined to ghettoes.Now Nicky Lee
cooperation and assis-
the!' pn>inim will be the he wants out and
Holder of World sBroadcasting
tance of the NAACP Legal
presentation of an en- must get more room because Record
Defense and EducationalFund
,, arable from the BooVer! of the sheer Hours,
Inc.Among 226 Continuous
T.Washington High School weight of numbers.on .
the school de-
mixed rhorus. the labor market,
segregation cases
Mrs. Lelia Williams, the Negro faces many
director of the group, A'urdlc'c by Atty. Wilsonare problems. Low educational Brother Ray Alfonzo Mozell
included: the case
disclosed that some of stanfards of the
of Augustus versus the
the numbers the ensenlJr masses plague him. Fort rYHii
Board of Public Instruc-
will sing Ilrt': "0 Holy legal activity in the tion, Fscambia County, he past ten years unskilled -

Nltfit" by Adam; Schu- Southeast is that of Fla.,in which the public Jobs have been
bert's "Ava Marii" and Atty. Charles F. Wilsonof schools were desegre- evaporating as automa-

I the Hallelujah Chorus, this city, a memberof gated from the elemen- tion has condemned
tuken from the Messiah.The the Florida Bar. tary grades through scores of thousands of _

public is cordiallyinvited Atty. Wilson, who main- junior collegethe; case middle-aged Negroes to _
to attend this tains offices in pensa- of Steele versus the early retirement, and !
,t program at the YWCA Center cola at 507 W. Gadsden Board of Public Instruc- early retirement, and r _

5100 N* 21st Ave. Street, is well known'_ tion, Leon CountyFla. scores of thousands of

in which schools were their youngsters to a
future that holds
ordered desegregated _
rJA
nothing.
Merry Christmasfrom Grace PresbyterianFollowing Presenting 'A Reaf- _

firmation of Alpha
the morning
Principles" the FAMU
service, the members of
MODERN BARBER SHOP t Grace Presbyterian will president noted that
:."even Negroes of superior -
hold election of officersand
andRECREATION education andA
.
selection of Women's

PARLOR I Day chairman. pair of clean white _
In the evening,the SUn-
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of any age from 3 on up-
J V. annual Christmas and'
feel like a lady
program, at 7': 30 p.m.
therefore look like e

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! Miami Socially Friendship Garden.8 Civic Club Holds Unique Affair Blanche Calloway Commission Okays Social WorkerFor .-

f Is Award Winner
I FRIENDSHIP- GARDEN CLUB Community Educational Center

{ HOLDS ANNUAL TEA Station WMBM has announced -
The Miami commission Monday agr;- L' to provide a
; The Friendship Garden and Civic Club that Blanche .
I Callowaj social worker for Elizabeth Virricx Park in Coco
held its Annual Tea on Dec. 8 for r S y the executive director .
nut Grove in effort to enable It to become a 'Negro
r the benefit: of the beuatification of the KMBM schol. coranunity and educational center."

.. ., of Christian Hospital's grounds.The arship Rend was selectedto 1 -me-- -request was made- -oy*,........................
affair which was well I attended be the recipient ol r Father Theotbre Gibson Wio

by many socially prominent ladiesof two tickets to the Jan- said such a center could taken care of immediately -
Miami proved a unique and de- uary I.Orange Bowl Football do much to end vandal1ms He is set..king a
Ughtful affair. Game for the out and stealing in the Grove social worker for the
I 'The club recently voted to extend standing organizationalwork and would also help park.Reese added.
( I its activities by setting up chapters she has done for Miami continue its fine the commission instructed -
,h on a national basis and is already ; r r ,, the United Fund Driveof race relations. Reese to move
enlisting I among its member- Dade County: Father Gibson charged as quickly as possibleon
shipssome of the outstanding women S ti r Miss Calloway is one that the park was not Father Gibson's re-
in various parts of the county. of the foremost women being properly main-
1 The president of the club has issued leaders of Dade County. tained and said the ItemsFAlllEX

an expression of thanks to the She is active in Core,

many citizens who gave their supportto s Urban 'League, Inter-
the club in its recent affair. x1r racial Mothers NAACP,

Youth Hall Volunteers,
"MISS PAN AMERICAN" Metro Human Relations, a

IN CLASSIC PARADE Heal th and We]fare Board quests.As

.and many other oommunl
ty.
Winners of the Pan American Social'It projects.
Club's annual "Miss Pan American11

contest held Dec.5 were seen in the.
TEA SPONSORS
___ Members of the Friendship Garden and Season's
'It
Orange Blossom Classic parade last Civic
Club
who
Saturday.Miss sponsored their Annual Tea for the bene- Greeting'sFLORIDA
fit
of Christian
Gloria Payne won the coveted Hospital beautification drive are shown '
'j titleMiss Barbara Ransom won second here. In the first row, from left are : Mesdames Lucile GIBSON

placeMiss; Brenda Sanders ran third ; ReedAnnie M. TwirreCarrie L. ArnoldMiss E.C. Thomas, I request granted
Miss Lois Cohens and Mi ss Shirley Mesdames lona H. DukesKatherine CogdelIChelIie Estes, tained and said there had

.E Richardson were fourth and fifth Estella Williams Lenora Johnson Sara Yeager, Andell been a breakdown in communications -
Mickens and son. Second row : Mesdames
respectively. Mary Berry Deana with City
Roosevelt Winfield president, of G. Pickett Lillian Bai Iou Marjorie Walker Miriam Manager M.L. Reese.
the organization i expresses his thanksto Stirrup Mary Wright Sally MasonEthel Primus, Flossie Reese offered an apologyfor
all those who cooperated with the and Airanda Franklin.In the maintenance and

group in making the contest a suc- the bottom photo are someofthe. citizens who were in STAR said the items would beFAMU
attendance at the t : affair.i -

cess. i 1. e 4 f i t f Band's Tour Arranged Santa arrives we
FAMUan Receives .. ....... hope he brings all
Mrs. Elois Morris popular resi- Youth Jailed at" ---..------- ......-. -...
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II recovering from an attack of in- For Firing .._.. :=:-_- = ,b -....,.,.. _:: .:::::::=:::= === -:: RICHARDSON THE TAILOR
fluenza. TALLAHASSEEAlvinB. ff == -----,..,.,
Jenkins who earned :::: 1118 KINGS RD.
SEND IN YOUR SOCIAL AND CLUB HEWS Into Home -
his B.S. degree at Fla.A. = =- = EL 4-1678

The Miami Florida Ster will I I pub- and M. University ME PHIS. Tenn. -- (ANP) Jacksonville Florida
lish your social and club news--and has been commissioned a A bushy-haired, mean -. ..
pictures as well I -- free of charge.Let second lieutenant in the looking white youth was
the 'Star' announce the date for United States Air Force jailed here last week on jt1
tea party or fashion show or what at Lackland Air Force charges of malicious

have you. Base Texas. .Announcement shooting, after he ad- '
News and pictures should I re&chour of Lt. Jenkins' mitted firing a shotgun .-4A. -'-t.

office not later than Tuesdaynoon. commission was made fol- blast into a Negro home. .'
.
1 Send Hews To lowing'his graduationfrom He is Charles Ronald !I t :..,;1" )

officers' Training Grooms. 20. who police j
/ Miami Florida Star School at Lackland AFB. said admitted firing the : 1 f

738 NW Third Ave Miami The s in of Mrs. .Alma blast into the home of 1 1i
K. Jenkins and the late Timothy Hayes 43.No one .
Phone 377 1025 Mr. Jenkins of 713 Pecan was known to be injuredin ) ,

Street. Chipley Fla. the shooting.
J 1
BAND TO PLAT IN NASSAU---While Dave Bondu. public relations officer of the

'- -' -.".- '.. '.'-...-.-."-'.-..-.-.-..'...- Freddie A. Munnings Enterprises, Nassau Bahamas second from the left, and
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TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO r. Dave Shattuck. general manager for Pan American Air Lines in the Bahamas,
RE isTER-
NOW! '..,. right, look Oh, Freddie A. Munnings signs a charter contract with Pan American '
-.. :.: for transportation of the Florida A. and M. University band to Nassauon

IMPROVE I YOURSELF[I [I F CLASSES START JAN 2 }: directed December by Dr.15. William Participation P. Foster of the in nationally a day-long series famous of FAMU events Marching in Nassau.Band

.:....-...-.-.......'...'.... ...............-.-.......-.-.......--. ......- .........-..............-......, I including Blossom Classic a Bahamian beauty contest. was arranged to follow the Orange Ring in the new,
Saturday December 14. at Miami. Appearance of the Florida ring out the old

At The Dade County Public School Most Convenient To You! I A.tional and Club M. "Marching in the Bahamas 100" together at Nassau with was the sponsored Citizens'by Committee the: Kiwanis of Interna-Bahamas, with best wishes.

comprising members of the Freddie A. Munnings organization and WEAVERS PINE INN
I REGISTER through JANUARY 6 for ADULT EDUCATION CUSSES in ONE OF THESE CENTERS: other persons who met several weeks ago and arranged the trip in a a conference number of 5757 Moncrief Rd.
at Nassau's
British Colonial Hotel with Dr. George w. Gore jr. Florida A.
LINDSEY HOPKINS EDUCATION CENTER MIAMI SENIOR HIGH ADULT EDUCATION CENTER and M. University president, and Dr. Foster director of bands at the Tall PO 4-9101
1410 Northeast Second Avenue 2450 Sontfcw.it First Street hassee. Florida institution. Jacksonville FloridaHUDSON'S
For Information Call HI 3-5224 or HI 3-1341 After 2:00 p.m.
Register ':00 a m.to ':00 p m. Room 104
Call FR 7-4311 Reqhter NOW from 2:00 to ':30 p.m. 3 Teens Try Suicide Attempts

MIAMI JACKSON HIGH ADULT EDUCATION CENTER MIAMI (ANP) -- Attempts -
said.
AVIATION SCHOOL 17S1 Northwest Ut" Street by three teenage SERVICE
327S Northwest Forty-Second Avenue For Information Call NE 4-2441 After 2:00 p.m. girls to commit suicide Sheppard reported that Automotive
For Information Call NE 4-4S19 Any Time After 1:30..x.. Register NOW from 2:00 to f.30 p..... last week focused one tried to swallow SpecialistsWHEEL
atten-
Register I. School. Office 2.00 to ':30 p... bobby pins; another attempted -
MIAMI NORTHWESTERN SR. HIGH ADULT tion once again on the ALIGNING BRAKES GENERAL REPAIRS
to
hang herself
CARVER HIGH ADULT EDUCATION CENTER EDUCATION CENTER inadequacy of local fa- and a third tried to, TIRES BATTERIESACCESSORIES
duties
to treat emo-
4901 Lincoln, Drive. Coconnt Gr."!'o 7007 Northwest Twelfth 'n... electricute herself by
For Information Call 444-259S or 444-254 After 2:00 p.m.Register Miami: SO. Florida ti on ally disturbed 1185 N.W. 36th STREET -MIAMI FLORIDA
For Information, Call PL 4-5411 After 2:00 p..... sticking her finger in ,
... yo un t e r so.
gs
NOW from 2:00 to 1:30
p NOW from 2:00 to ':30
Register p.m. Juvenile Judge Ben an electric socket. PHONES: 633.6988 635-2212

HIALEAH HIGH ADULT EDUCATION CENTER NORTH MIAMI HIGH ADULT EDUCATION CENTER Sheppard said they are The three Negro girls Tommy Hudson. ownerSpotlight
2S1 Eost Forty-Seventh. Street 100 Northeast 137th Street among eight severely range in age from 14 to
For Information Call TU 1-7524 or TU 1.7527 After 2:30 p... For Information Call PL 4-451 After 2:00.... p,m. disturbed children 16 and have been at
Register NOW from 2:00 t. ':30 p who
Register NOW from 2:00 to ':30 p.... reacted to Youth Hall from 34 to 97
SOUTHWEST MIAMI SENIOR HIGH confinement days. The suicide attempts
MIAMI CENTRAL HIGH ADULT EDUCATION CENTER by wrecking their rooms. -
ADULT EDUCATION I CENTER "We are are band inmiddle -
caught in
the'
1711 Northwest 95th Street
StSS S.W. 50th TerraceFor fl uence on other
For Information Call '*'.4161 between 1:30..4:00 p... Information Call MO 7-5440 After":00 p.... with nowhere to
Register In the Main Office 7:00 t. 9 00 p.m. Register NOW from 2:00 to ':]0 p.... send them. the Judge children he said.
;feffffBu
r!
n..t***:.* .,n,; OFFIIRE11N Th ESE till-HJM'T .nl-'s:

"
ADULT ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, FOODS TRAINING

Grades 1 tllr..," I
HOTEL TRAINING

I ADULT GENERAL EDUCATION, OFFICE OCCUPATIONS
(eliding I-f -h School Cannes Leodlnf To
fib.t Adult Diploma, IBM MACHINES

AEIIM
AVIATION: AIRFRAME, POWERPLANT, TRADE PREPARATORY TRAINING, (dint v"

SHEETMETAL. ELECTRONICS, WELDING, IncUding Automotive Mechanics.. Air Conditioning.
and Other C..,... Refrigeration Heating Mechanics: Cistern Tailoring,
Drafting, Optical Dispensing and Ten Others

CALL the ic eef of ,..r ckeice aid oik for n. coirsei you woof or MIAMI FLORIDA
TALL Fit 7. tn: I. 1JXDSEY HOPKIXS EDITATIOX CENTER; ,
465 NORTH WEST 4th STREET ,
far location tt detlred cl.....
MIAMI 36. FLORIDA
TRADE EXTENSION and SUPERVISORY AND MANAGEMENT DEYELOPEMNT TRAINING CLASSES WILLIE
OFFERED WHEN INDUSTRY REQUESTS TRAINING FOR TH5R: EMPLOYEES OR WHEN A GROUP OF FR91751AILAPATTAH
..
INDIVIDUALS IN A TRADE DESIRE SPECIAL TRAINING TO SUPPLEMENT THEIR DAILY EMPLOYMENT.Call -V- .
Registration, FR 7-4311, for day and hour of classes la which you are Interested. Many classes fisted

are offered both day and eveniag.MANY CAMERA QN SIZE

I OF THE COURSES OFFERED APPROVED FOR VETERANS TRAINING I & CARD SHOP

Prerequisites require entrance tests for some courses before entering class.

All applicants for admission to classes In Adult Education Centers must be 18 years of age or ever, Greeting. Cards
except those who enroll in the Adult High School Program.An .

adult high school diploma will be awarded upon the completion of the required courses. For All Occasions ProductOf

No credit is given for adult courses other than those for HIGH SCHOOL.

Students are withdrawn from a class on the third absence in a calendar month. Classes that lock the The WeekWMBM
required number of students will be combined or closed. Phone NE 5-1792 .

0 Classes offered In the branch center usually meet CHI two night each. week from 7:00 aatfl 1000. 1706 N.W. 36th STREET
Tuesday-Thursday.
Usually Monday-Wednesday or

ADVANCE REGISTRATION IS SUGGESTED MIAMI 42, FLORIDA' .
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[Brown School Bishop Elected To National Council PhiladelphiaChoir

Presented Annual PHILADELPHIA. PA. -* extensively and is the Plans C&i&
ARKS M The election of Rt. Rev' author of several books Meoa4
EATS Christmas PlayThe William Jacobs Walls secretary of the Board
senior Holiday Fete
prelate of the
fifth grade classesof of Bishops of the AME
BROADNAX SERVICE STATION
AME Zion Church as one 1
the R.L. Brown Ele- Zion church; a vice-
1510 SAN MARCO 1601 UNIVERSITY IN LAKEWOOD Choirs of
of the ricepresidentsof (I Philadelphia
president of the NAACP. J. H. Brutiii
mentary School presenteda Hauler
Lakewood Store Open SIB. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. biblical play entitled the National Councilof chairman of the Board of Baptist Church. Rev. J.
Churches W. Johnson pastor will
climaxedthe
'Two Strangers Trustees of Livingstone GAS OILACCESSORIES lASHING
CHOPPED from Nazareth' Wednes- activities of the 1 College and a recognized hold a Candle Light
/ 5 $ l00 day morning December denomination at the leader in the fight for March Sunday Dec. 22 GREASING.STORAIE. IATTEIY SERVICE
( triennial meeting of at 7 p.m. in the church
4 OZ.STEAKS. first-class
18th in the school citizenship.
a SIRLOINS I auditorium The inter- the body.He auditorium. 816 .. State Strut Phone EL 4-9264
is the second mem- Surprises Sweetheart, Traditional music and
mediate
grades viewed
to BIOGRAPHY ed.nit on Channel 4 ber of the denominationto carols will be sung and
Be sure see every
the presentation in the hold the conveted Friend, Kills Self the public is invited.
morning and the primary
at 7 D.Educational and Entertaining post. The first was Dr.,
( grades in the afternoon.Season's TOLEDO Ohio-ANP---A 6Chim
Abbie Clement Jackson.who MerryChristmas
was honored by the disgruntled suitor, ( { a
KWtf*M&Wtt E ..tvltt\fltVl4.tWI\ t National Council of Negro apparently thinking he
had killed his former.
} Women at its 1963 girlfriend turned an Season's Greetings
and
1 Greetings session as the churchwoman -
1* authomatic shotgun on
of the year.Bishop
Walls tales to the post himself and committed A HAPPY NEW YEARDr.
suicide here last week. i
an enviable record as a
i* churchman. He is the found Eddie a Ellis.short distance 33, was E. H. Washington and Family
oldest protestant
from where police found
bishop in tenure in t
4E e Mrs. Virginia L. Parkman TELEPHONE: EL 4-5340
America. Elected in '
1924 he has traveled
I
knee from a blast from 1\\
ROYAL ART STUDIO
$the shotgun wielded; : I M

bY Ellis. HAVANA NIGHT CLUB 515 DAYIS STREET
Ellis with a wound in
s I Ii [his head and the empty AVENUE "B" Order Now at Reduced Prices

"MERRY CHRISTMASand .shotgun beside him was I D.F. GUINART Owner PHOTO CARDS
taken to Mercy Hospital,
Indiyiduals-f amity Groups-Clubs
where he was pronounceddead.
ii Mrs. Parkman was BLACK & WHITECOLOR
adnitted to the hospitalin
A HAPPY NEW YEAR" iI serious condition. Mal SEPIATONE

Police reconstructed '
Quality Photographs
the incident this way:
I AfroAmerican Mrs. Parkman and a Rr CHURCHES-WEDDINES-SOCIALS
I friend. Alfred Mitchell.
33, returned to her a- : Dial EL 4-1894
( partment to find Ellis
i llife hiding in a closet. He
Insurance Company i fired one shot that You Don t Have To Go To Town To Get

missed as they fled from
the apartment. LOW PRICES
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FOREIGN STUDENT VISITORS--(One of the highlightsof pus where their observations on the American edu- Bettye Patterson (second from left), "Miss EWC" gram EWC President W. ':S. Stewart explains references -

the recent tour of Duval's educational plants cational system was enhanced by numerous first present the visitors with brochures and cataloguesof in the College catalogue.The students'tour

( by visiting college honor students from Bogota, hand facts. In photo left, Dennis Gallon Presi- the college.In center pix, tht students examinea was sponsored by the League of Women Voters. i

\ Colombia was a tour of Edward Waters College cam- dent of the Student Government Association and scale model of the proposed EWC expansion pro- (Photos by Baker) ,



T.1 Season v s Duval l Jud a Joined_ Distinguished Panelists Church NotesKEY Citation


I' GreetingsTALLAHASSEE i if ;. 1 v .iEmerf WEST -- Church

I rcles in this extremely

BOYS WANTEDYou t located Americar
r city are acclaiming Rev.

Earn Cash Selling The FLORIDA STAR A.F. Hopper, pastor of

Cornish AME Zion Church,
Aoply 2011 Owen or phone 222-3025 as the churchman of the

year, due to the fact

-K that he was electedvicepresident
IIJw PersonalVALUE f i of the

r. Florida Council of

LABELS Churches, at its recent

_ 4M meeting in Ft. Lauder-

SPECIAL SALE! F 500 dale.

ONLY Rev. Hooper is the
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,-" first of his race to be
: : .. :f(4 ':' elected to a top postin DIRECTOR HONOREDDr.S. .
: : 50 =gr i r-' Randolph Edmonds
'. the Council. Due to
professor of and
.. 4,. Speech
the tradition of the
Box 2543 P.P.S. POSTPAID WITHJ. 1 Drama at Florida A. andM.
Florida / .1. group he is scheduled to
Tallahassee
HCJUOON FRtE GIFT BOX University and director -
i take over the presi
.
1J ) of FAMU's inter-
dency. The organizationis
nationally known Play-
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STOPFALI/NCNOWI 99% white.He .
) makers Guild displaysa
returned to Key West
Certificate of Esteem
HAIR 1Ati this week after having
.. t g p.. recently awarded to
\ tyt attended the meeting of
USE : the Tallahassee. Fla..
Sstheth f the National Council of
theatrical group by the
t Churches in PhiladelphiaPa.
i. United States Depart-
where he was part
ment of Defense. Awardedto
"SAVE IT""SAVEtT" a k .- of the AME Zion and-
g the director and
also the Florida delega-
; members of the Play-
tions. Rev. Hooper has
makers' Guild the citation -
;n Inker's now formula. for mm and pastored here for 12
w.m.i-. product J..i9".J .. help pro v.at tho It years coming here from was in recognition -
.bas .f Hair by destroying scalp bactoria and of the group's presentation -
.......... his native North Caro-
r dandruff a troatmont for brooking hair, thintompUs last spring of
,and other thin spots-a product designedto I l ins. an overseas' touring
V..,... natural ails, giving; IUlt... beauty and
show for benefit of American -
strength, converting short stubby, lifeless hair Happy New Yeai
GJ' s in Europe.
info tho ..."Woman's'. Crowning Glory."

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g FAMCrjUVENILE COURT FORUM COVERS MANY FACETSOF Thomas Sarasota County; judge Rufus Jefferson. -w w mamltu..av w w w w w w w-..'
LAW---Pictured here are some of the participants -
Leon County; "Judge Lamar Winegeart jr. Duval
the recent Seventh Annual juvenile Court
in
County; Dr. George W. Gore Jr. president of now its Pepsi
rida A. and M.
and Procedure Forum held at Fl Florida A. and M. University; judge Theodore

University Tallahassee. The forum sponsored by Bruno; Judge E. W. Gibson; judge G. Bowden Hunt;

the FAMU College of Law in cooperation with the and Atty. Thomas Miller Jenkins dean of the for those who

1-4-1-0 g Florida Council of Juvenile Court judges cov- FAMU College of Law. in the bottom left photo think

ered many facets of juvenile court law and pro- ,Charles Jackson (c), law student from Hartsville y"oung

On Your ; cedure. Shown in the photo at the upper right S. c. watches Judge Lamar Winegeart sign his .

left to right are: Judge Russell Thomas of registration form while Edgar T. Pickett jr. Pepsi. .

RadioTallahassee } Sarasota. Lillie McDile of pensacola. Judge Theodore counselor; John Hamilton counselor and Remus -

Bruno of Pensacola. Verlye Bledsoe of Houston Allen another student from Crawfordville look

Texas. judge G. Bowden Hunt of Bartow. on. In the bottom right photo, several of the
Judge E. W. Gibson of Key west. and Valma Hayesof
forum counselors and consultants are shown in a
Sanford. In the upper left hand picture are:
Fla. group. Seated in front are: Frank C. Jordan jr.
D. K. Brown. Elbert Hatchett. Mrs. C. Cherry and of pensacola Eugene Strachan of Miami and Jo- a
Edward Keq>er. FBI representative and guest speaker -
I IKUZZIN'S
seph Kelley Lakeland. Standing left to right
II of the forum. pictured in the center right f
KUZZIN'S GOSPELAIRES are: Atty. R. L. Williams program director and
Joseph Gubbs. FAMU College of
Atty.
photo are:
I member of the FAMU College of Law faculty; fred-
Law professor; Dr. Vernon Fox. Florida State
die Golden Fred D. Lee Sr. and Ralph Hadley
JAZZARAMA University School of Social Work; and Jessie
all of Tallahassee; John W. Hamilton. Bartow; and
McCrary student from Ocala. in the center right
Edgar T. Pickett Jr. Lakeland.
_photo picture. left to right. are: judge Russell


;"" ..KUZZINrS.. '"' :II '" ,. "" "" :a,. '"' >I<"" I NADAKCI"" -.. "" .. .. .. ... _:..1. ;.:... "" .i I Seasons Greeting-s Basie Sympathizes With College Picketers I h 3

TALLAHASSEE -- Count down barriers. said

SAVE r Basie's sympathies are the jazz maestro who '

with the nation's col- integrated his own band s s

lege-oriented freedom about a year ago with

fighters--and he was the addition of Donald

- able to prove it last Rader, a diminutive but

week here in TallahasseeAt powerful trumpet player. -

- 4i!? Florida A&M: University However. Count was People are in the mood for fun these

\ where Count and quick to point out thatas days-and part of the fun is Pepsi. .

r.y A000 SiOaES his Jazz aggregation much as he appreci-
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And nothing drenches your thirst PEPSICOLAKUZZIN'S
played to an enthusiastic
-
ates and sympathizeswith T
and sparsely inte- collegians' involvement like a cold,inviting Pepsi. .6.

grated audience the in the demon- So think young-say"Pepsi,please!"

famous band leader char- strations for civil ..- ----....--..--- .. ...- .......----
- acterized audiences of rights. .
GREEN
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word in audience re-

sponse." i MUSIC BOX I

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warm receptions at H
the Southeastern col- 327 North Macomb Street ;

leges where he played en I GOSPEL BLUES POP JAZZ I
viii rr g ebrNn route to FAMU. Basic

aFtANDED rr said of college jazz I 45s LPs I

at its Best i faOVEINME GtADLDg enthusiasts. "there is Join KUZZIN'S FAN CLUB!
Beef no greater audience. i

"Music and sports are adzx4..ets
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F fi., LBJ Always Interested In Minorities Progress Miles Gains Aggies Drop Pirates, 58-47 ..

F ... ., Second SpotIn GREENSBORO The A&T with the aid of Ted
F
Aggies had to come from Campbell George Mack

Y ., :, .: ';, ,. InvitationalThe behind a 13-point deficit and Bob Saunders in the
'.. 1 to whip Hampton final 10-minutes of the
'" If Miles College
II/
4 \ "" Institute, 58-47, in an first half, had choppedthe
< :
Golden Bears Basketball
.".,,.,.'" J '" Team opened the season opening CIAA basketballgame lead to five-points.
here last week. A&T was behind, 28-23
with a win over Fort
The Aggies, as cold as at intermission.The .
d Valley, Georgia by the
the chilling weather rest only helpedthe .
t, score of 100-90.
t r Invited to participatein outside, took exactly Aggies for after n
seven-minutes to score five minutes of play in .
Lj the Georgia Invita-
y t their first point. During the second period, Jim
tional.Tournament, the
j w z Bears came very close to those opening Jackson bucketed a hook ; .,.,.. ..
fr minutes Hampton, behind shot to put A&T out .'' ,
winning the tournament ., < .
the accurate shootingof front, 33-31. .
'ica'
losing to Winston-Salem. .
Charl-es Grant and The Aggies were never I -
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North Carolina 70-61. :<,; ,
w. Norman Bonner. was headed after that. ;
The Bears opened the
:
i t making hay. They had Davis was high scorer,
tournament with a win
J' gone ahead 11-0, shocking dumping in 17-points for .
.. over Jackson State Col-
the crowd of near the evening, and Wiley _
lege Jackson,Mississippi -
.- 3000. At 10.05. in the Briggs was second man
Lt 104-91. defeated their
first period, the Vir- for the Aggies with 13.
second opponent Clark
ginians had increased Toby Clark and Bonner
College Atlanta, Georgia
PRESIDENT LYNDON B. JOHNSON is shown here presenting the Capital Press Club 77-74. the margin to 13-points, were high men for Hanp- Ak flay I love, honor, peace
Scholarship Award to Miss Eugenia Adams at the organization's Twentieth Anniversary Height and ball controlon leading at 19-6. ton with 12 each. and thankfulness abidein !
Celebration on May 18, 1963 at the International Inn in Washington the part of Winston- Big Warren Davis, out
1, D.C. Salem contributed to the of the Aggie lineup all 1' Season's Greetings sour home this \ue.!
The young lady was a senior at Dunbnr High School at the time and is now at defeat of the Bears in last season, was the
Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Sanders
tending Ohio University. she is a Washington resident. the Championship game. man who kindled the fromDeWitt

I, After. the banquet program, the then Vice President welcomed Miss Adams at his the defeat forced the spark which brought the the Tailor
SANDERS FARM GUEST HOUSE
offices in the Capitol Building and supplemented her scholarship aid. Bears to settle for the Aggies to Life.
Behind President Johnson in the photograph is Wallace H. Terry II, president of runner-up spot and He sank those first 1834 West 45th Street 5538 AVENUE B
The Capital Press Club. Earlier in the program Mr. Terry presented the Capital second place trophy. three-field goals and

Press Club's highest honor to Mr. Johnson, the Distinguished Service Award.,
An overflow of more than 500 watched the ceremonies.
The Capital Press Club is a predominently Negro organization of reporters workingfor
the Negro press or covering civil rights for the general press in the na-

tion's Capital. .. .
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WHEN YOU ARE ILL Nat'l I Tennis FRESH FLA. GRADE A


>' You Seek ,Jhe Best Doctor Title CoppedBy HEAVY BAKING
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When Yuur Doctor Prescribe
Get ExperJ'fued Pharmacists AsheArthur

.Acoo riling: to Your Doc to ft} Specials, Quantity HENS
Ashe was seededNo.
Orders.e Use Only Th Best
Dr. C. F. BlackPnurietor Quality Drugs. National. One in Hard the u.Courts S.L.T.A Good Through Saturday Rights Reserved

Championships in La
JollaCalifornia and
3 RKtasTFRFD HIARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU 43CBACON
lived up to his seeding
A COMPLETE LINE OF defeating Allen Fox, ARMOUR'S STAR SLICED BREAKFAST

Cosmetics: Rubber ftxuls Candies SundriesPRESCRIPTIONS Los Angeles california
lb.
6-3: 12-10 for the U.S. 43
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Fox has a 1963 National
Drug Store rating of No. 4 while
Ashe is rated 18. To

1907 KINGS ROAD EL 3-8276 reach the finals Ashe
defeated Tom Edlefson CARNATION EVAPORATED MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT

BerkleyCalifornia, 7-5: VEGETOLE
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victories over top M SLK COFFEE

w 10 players wins over this year Hamilton'Include SHORTENING

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ll Reid, No.6; Eugene
Scott No.8; Martin
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the joy
of this season holiday be. Tall Cans 3 LB. can 3 LBS.

with throughout
the you New Year, Limit 8 Please Limit 1 Please
Limit 1 Please
bringing good health and

as good County fortune.Commissioner Serving you has with Jb.OO or more food order with $5.00 or more food order with $5.00 or more food cider

given me satisfaction of accomplishment
and it is my sincere wish
that the New Year for Ouval County be
blessed with a gift of growth, prosperity and
success in all worthy endeavors

CHRISTMAS,
to you MINOT CRANBERRY
rHAPPY a very DEl MONTE FRUIT GOLD MEDAL

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I : SA Miami Beach Gets; Liston Clay Championship Bout .




Late Surge Nets Me Dill j Ekes Former Champs At RingsideNOSTALGIA' Star TappedFor Resort City Schedules Feb. 26 I


II' 89-81 Win Shrine GameMIAMI For 'Richest' Title Match


L I 30-7 A & M Win Over Coos was- broken After precedent here- Sonny MIAMI Liston--Cassius BEACH -- The $250 Prior a to seat.the press announcement -


MIAMI -- In a latent ST. PETERSBURGTheGibbs Clay heavyweight title concerningthe
' threat with Miamian'sTullis ac last yewrMatt Snell.
'f display of power, host lighting the fuse Junior College w7h co captain and Ohio fight--predicted to draw bout Chris Dundee

Florida A&M's Rattlers Cobras invaded Tampa State s leading rusher the richest gate in ring told newsmen "Maybe
with a pass--77 yards
Wednesday night for a
haven't the
got
history--will be stagedin we
dirt
struck
! pay on out--and later lateral- who was drafted by the
return game with the match. Jack Nilon. Lis-
three separate fourth New York Giants has Miami Beach Conven-
ling to Paul Washington MacDill Hawks and came ton's is the
advisor
occasions here tion Hall Feb. 26. co- on
last quarter Saturday night 30-7 who scampered for a TD. out on the short end of been selected to join promotor millionaire phone with Liston right
Tullis romped for the the North all-stars who
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two-decade an score. sportsman Bill MacDonald now.
to a
avenge with 2 extra points to give The Hawks by making the will face the South announced. Liston. it is believed
vendetta Morgan
FAMO an 8--7 halftime during the Shrine's annual -
Cobras their third con-
State College According to MacDonald's was carrying a four-jear

lead. secutive: victim of the North-South Charity press announce- feud stemming on a Con-
annual
t- this the 30th
( In
( The two goal lines remained here Saturday. Dec.
presentation young seasonestablished game ment, the details readas vention Hall bout with
tf past-season unsullied the season' record at 21 in the Orange Bowl.
Blossom follows: Mike DeJohn. To get the
.I of Classic the Orange also billed as throughout the third 7-3, and edged closerto Last year, the color (1) MacDonald has a- fight Liston agreed to
i and in the fourth. nhich prevailed
Gibl.s fn the five barrier
the mythical National greed to pay Inter- giving DeJohn $20,000 of
Gaither' Carl ton Cooper the
basketball during the over
Negro Football Championship year old .......... game continental Promotions. the purse. Fxpenses exceeded -
scored from 30 yards series. Gibbs now holdsa years, was broken when
Hall of Famer Jake Inc. the firm! which that amount and
out. Tullis and Jim Mayo but it certainly doesn't Bob ParrelIf -
Gaither's Rattlers slim 5-4 lead in the Florida MM' s holds Liston's title Liston received one
Canbride broke throughon nine series. show on the facd The above trio revived oldacquaintances ""-
game
avenged the bitter fights $625,000 plus dollar.
short line plungesto the Giardello--- J
The victory meant some- recently at Joey
62% of everything over
dregs of a 50--0 lacing complete the 30--7 Dick Tiger middleweight title bout in Phila- .- r
to the Hawks.
1 administered his chargesby thing more X S1 million. (ORDER FUELIIP
during a regu- rout. Tullis added an They: were able to avengea delphia. Recognize them of course The Brown '. N- (2) In turn. Inter-

Morgan encounter addition 2 points in 121-99 loss to the Bomber. Joe Louis (left) and former champ Joe continental will produce
season's
.. lar running for the extra Cobras. Walcott. They are flanked by Mrs. JoeMartha) Liston and Clay the fit
in 1943. OeNy
Louis noted California criminal lawyer. ry
point.An -
Ron Stone, MacDill's night of Feb. 26 at
CIAA
Morgan. runnersupfor attendance of some 6' 5' center, tossed in Miami each Convention
tallied thegame's RED
63,
turned out for Methodists' Cite Clark's Palmerwere
scoringin 31.769 25 points, Jackson Haw- Hall for a 15-round
initial ASH!
had less JMLr
the second quarterwhen the game which kins and Clyde Williams, Clark College' David good for touch- heavyweight title fight.
hand
Leroy Kelly plungedover than 15.000 fans on two. other tall men, Palmer has been named downs. He scored 36 Ancillary rights OR
U.--
due to the Miami:
from the 3 and then Alabama game which was scored 17 and 22 points second unit end for the points, including two 1 ( closed television FUEL
will be handled
showing)
respectively.Gibbs'
kicked the extra point. played in the Orange 1963 Methodist All- conversions and a safetyto

A&M--with 38 second Bowl in earlier after- little men, Ray American college eleven. help the Clark team by Intercontinental.

remaining in the second, Adams and Jasper Hunter, Announcement came this register seven victories Copromotor Chris Dundee

initiated their scoring noon. with heights of 5' 11" week from Grant J. Ver- against a single loss. said the 16.000-plus
MATT SSELL Hall
Convention
seat
Mfer4 O4 rreeecttAll
PostED and 5' 10" kept Gibbsin hulst of the Methodist The Clark Panthers have
To Top .. Ohio Co Capt. wi p "" scaled fora Seasons Ice I Fuel Co.
the game by scoring magazine Together. dropped only 2 of their '

DragonsTitle ARD WATERS athletic 22 and 21 points respec- Palmer's outstanding last 15 games.A more and Willie Richardson $1.300.000-- gate with Sill PO Ner-ei 4.4S11a Aye.
director and grid mentor of Jackson State prime seats to sell at
tively. offensive and defensive senior physics major
Clifford (Jack Paul, were selected to play
The Hawks battJed to a play won him the nod and mathematics minor.

Win was recently elected 10 point lead in the over candidates from Palmer is from Gary. with the South's team.
First of the Southeastern -
president first half, but with Methodist college's Indiana. Other membersof Greetings"Services "' ay

Adams scoring for Gibbs, throughout the nation. the team are William

the gap between the two His 40.6 yard punting Dolde. Allegheny; Larry *

teams was closed to 44- average for the Panthers Shinn and Ernie Price.Baldwinwallace .

I 41 at halftime wit, Mac- also probably playedsome ; Bill Sound Service for Advertising -
Coach Nathaniel Washington's -
Dill leading.It part in the selec- Bryant Emory and Hairy; Dances. Ball

Douglas Ander- took the Cobras 15 tion. He also threw one Jerry English Ohio Games etc Also LoudSpeaker

son Dragons won their minutes of the second pass. Northern ; Ron Nannen, Service for TO EVERYONE!
first Gateway Five Con-
half to grab the lead The Clark senior caught Nebraska Wesleyan; Bill Banquets Concerts
ference title this
year from MacDill but the 18 passes during the Wilt Lycoming ; Tim P ecord Hops etc

by virtue of a 3--0--1 Hawks took over for the season five of them Davies, Adrian BL 3-5002 SOUND SERVICE1 From A Friend
? county record. .
.r final time at 78-77 with

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I to fifth order TIRE SPECIALCITY
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tively. three consecutive bas- 7'11;: w. Ashley-Jax Fla.
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( Dragons was For Reservations. Call
kets.
marred only season's n, 5-4025

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Their overall season's Taylor Gets ;
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record was 8--1--1. In 1963
succeeding 0. 'r.
Gilbert county was competition.2--0--2 and Neal. Albany tate All Pros' Spot

athletic director who \ .J
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has served in the post
Northwestern was 2--2--0
for the past 10 years.A RAMBLING.. (Special
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AFTER CAME HIGHLIGHTS--The .bove photos caught portions of after gamy features of last Saturday Classic.
Center: Coach Jake Gaither (right) receives first annual OBC winner's trophy presented by
ni iit's 30th Orange Blossom Classic putting A&M Rattlers again I "organ State Tigers in the Orange Charles J. Smith III
marketing representative for the Royal Crown Bottling ro. Columbus, Ga. ,
Bowl. A&M back Bobby Pelts, formerly of fh mi's Northwestern was voted the game's most valuable Coach Earl C. Banks of as
II Morton looks on. Pix right: Leroy Kelley. classy Morgan back who was drafted I
player. Felts, shown left with Coach Jake Gaitlll'n, is shown after having won the MVP trophy pre by the Cleveland Brown, received the most valuable flayer's trophy as the outstanding p rformer for

sented from the Royal Crown Bottling Co.. Columbus, Ga. during the close of the recent Jacksonville the lost:..

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Pros Draft Plans UnderwayFor Allen's Jackets urambling Mar Signed by rauiouSouthwestern

.. Wins On Misscues HOUSTON TEXAS-The Bos- Athletic

3 Grid Stars Roller DerbyThe Cop 2 ContestsShaw ton Patriots corralled Conference in point-

SACRAMENTO Calif. -- life in the second when through and rushing From Duval County Department halfback J. D. Garrett production in '62 and
Gramblingby University fell
Setting a precedent by defensive back Bob Spin- passer Kearney Back of Recreationhas Sunday when the whacker- '63.
to the stinging Yellow
becoming the first all- ner swivel-hipped 41 Johnny McCormack inter- Collie J. Nicholson announced plans fora jack 195-pound Grambling The 5-10 senior has rare
Jackets Monday night in
Negro college team to be yards into the end zone cepted a pass to score GRAMBLINGLA. (Special) huge Roller Derby Raleigh giving Allen College dynamo signed a composure,pI ays a stell ar

selected as a finalistin on a punt return. from 40-yards out St. scheduled for Jan. 11 1964 contract with the defensive game and i*
Living up to a previous their 2nd win in regu-
the NAIA'h Carmcllia fSiortly after Texans' John's 13, Prarie View starting at 10 a.m. on American Football League and outstanding Mocker
reputationCrcrabling larly scheduled gamed,
Bowl.prairie View of quarterback Jim Kearneyhit 14 at halftime. Northwestern HighSchool's cI ub. and field-goal kicker.
College had three grid having lost to Living-
Texas lust aturdaybnw..d Jeft end Otis TaylorCOACH Capitalizing on their Track. Garrett is a hard- Garrett led the SWAC
stars drafted by the stone Dec.
in Salisbury
33t-. 7 to st.John's revitalized line play Events will be held for running, high-scorn in scoring last year
pros during the recent 2. Robert "Cy" Green
University of st. John's capitalizedon age groups bracketed speedester who led the with 79 points
drawings.Last 47 points to the
Minnesota in one of the fumbles and penal- under 8, 10, 14 and a gave
week, the Kansas victors final 86-
must thrilling staging s, ties for a brace of trophy will be awardedto score
11 f the annual encounter City Chiefs acknowledged team winners and rib- 78.The
TD's the third
in acquisition of halfbacks Yellow Jackets helda i
featuring the top se- n while holding their op- Sammie Taylor and IsactoreHaynes. bons to first three margin throughout the i l a f tatt'I'

lectees from among the ponents scoreless. place winners. .
.At the same time, game and prevented the
nation's snail colleges. Events for boys and "
Coached by W.J. (Billy) the San Francisco 49ers include Bears from scoring for ;.,
girls
Powerful :
Prarie View "
Nicks, a noted strate- three minutes and 17 ..
signed defensive end
opened .scoring_ festivities 8 and Under f
gist whose brother is -- a tstl
fU'I' seconds. .
James Gori : :
in the opening 100 yard Dash
principal at the Baldwin
Griffin, f swooshing ;i
canto--first play-when School Prarie View--unbeaten 237-pounder, who has 1/4 Mile Skate WATCH THIS CLOWN ( ijySJ }

substitute quarterback and untied this 440 Relay .
evoked loud exclamationswith
W.J. NICKS
Billy Hall staged a year in the nation'smost 10 and Under 66 164 35

brilliant 20--yard roll- for a 61-yarder.Fullback powerful SHAG, helda his brilliant defensive 100 Yard Dash 41 28 97
work, the
was
)JIJ 1ff
out to score unmolested. John Harris kicked the
lowly 5th place in the. 49ers 16th draft choice.A 1/4 Mile Skate 9 -v 5 1
Meanwhile, the Texans extra point to give them Conference last year on 440 Relay
crushing rusher
pass 3
4
contained the enemy's a 14--7 lead. a 5--3--0 won-loss 25 Yd. Shuttle Run
the 63" Lake Charles
offense through the remainder St. John's line, displaying record. senior 100 Yd. Ballon Skate 8 6
earne all-NAIA
of the quarter.The sheer power by 14_and Under
Merry Christmas District honors with 656 79 344
Minnesotans came to constantly breaking
100 Yard Dash
.. _. .. his touchdown-stopping 34 75 20
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maneuverability and 1/4 Mile Skate
was Sometimes
IIENOED WHISKY M PROOF K%GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS.O19M SCHENLEY DISTILLERS co-INC. 440 Relay He's.up
the hatchetman in the Sometimes He's down
25 Yd. Shuttle Run
tough Grambling forward He adds, subtracts
Obstacle Skate
wall. He worksit all around
100 Yd. Balloon Skate a* _
The 183-pound Haynes
COMING ATTRACTIONS
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is an artful scooter 70 32 79

__- This Seasons Most Tasteful Gift with which blinding is still developing. speed- 1/4 100 Yard Mile Skate Dash ...e..1. _

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Man's Days
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Union Co mm unit Y AME Church gBE| A GOOD CITIZEN'SPECIAL '! FOR SALE

The officers and mem-
bers of Union Sunday. Other activitiesfor ELECTRIC GUITAR. $35.00.PH. featt-: May
CommunityAME the building fund CHRISTMAS TREE SPECIALALL EL 3-9942 AFTER 6 P.M. your
re Church met recently be filled
$ following Morning Ser- will include a candy SIZES. $1.00 495. on home
q Jo ANN NURSERY COR. MON- ELECTROLUXVACUUM with
vices to elect new officers sale which will be greathappiness.
launched in the CRIEF a EDGEWOOD. .
near .
for the year. CLEANER 4.Eart1 .
The slate of officers future and other salesto FOR RENT2RM. 'f tR
remain the same for the be conducted by FURN.APT. $4.50 PER REBUILT LIKE NEW. COMPLETEWITH
various departments of WEEK PH. EL 39942. AFTLR 5 ATTACHMENTS. $39.95wl'H
ensuing year except for :,, J
the following additions: the church. The task 6 P.M. IRADE.PHONE EL 6-3759. :<<
that about to .-
Mrs. Estelle Jones we are -
undertake is a big one, Ad, ,
Trustee Board; Mrs. SPECIAL :: + Till'
Louise Grimes Mrs. CHRISTMAS TERMS
WILEY APARTMENTS CHRISTMASOn .: *- 4t
Willie Daniels Cleveland PIANOS & ORGANS ,
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Is son, Secretary; Mrs. 2 BD. RM APTS.-SH.50 WKLY.
r 4. Tour old piano cr: organ KEN
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Deluxe Stratorester Recliner KING SIZE RECLINER

Every"Santa" deserves the best for luxury comfort and here it is!A big, big deluxe t
style, high back and deep cushioned for the sort of restful and relaxation $ 88
he wants. Easy adjusts to many positions and stretches out to support his entire 38 We celebrate the birth of the
body from head to toe!Select the color of your choice in heavy grade re-inforced Prince of Peace with the hope your
Vinyl and Fabric. SPECIALLY PRICED FOR HUGE SAVINGS
days are filled with wonderful joy.
Regularly $59"Shop

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Every Department at Cunningham'$ for the

;: Biggest Selection of Home. Gift, and Togs, All At Open Friday and Saturday Jax Liquorsand

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PARKING at Tropicana Lounge & Package Store Drive In Liquors

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J. J. DALEY'SSave Myrtle Ate & 21st St. Hint's Rd. & Rasbicj St.


more at Enquire Lounge & Package Store

CUNNINGHAMSFORSYTH 8th St. & Daiis St.

BROAD Moncrief( Rd. Drive In Edgewood Lounge & Package Store

L1- EL 4-4591 r 32id St. & Moncrief Rd. Edjewofld Ave & Cleveland Rd.

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