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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
January 28, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00393

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Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
January 28, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00393

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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II RAPISTS RECEIVE LIFE Tflttfi- Villiaa KLount,20, 'school racial As defendant integration facilities., 'theschool of Death
! Claims Jaxons
of 2023 Thomas Courtleft)and James K.Payton, boardis asking
18, of 4141 Old St. Augustine Rd. charged with for a federal court
the Sept. 3. rape of a white wcman at a South- threejudge tribunalto
aide apsite, were found guilty with recommendation hear allegations
for mercy by the'jury during a recent on the constitutionally
trial before Circuit Court Judge Claude GLgivie of Florida's student In
Week
End Violence
The youthsdefended by AttyJSrnest D.Jackson placement law and also :
were each given lifs in prison terms. for a motion to

stay all other proceedings --- .
NAACP Youth Council Sets in the case :t ,
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until the special ; ,
Public Mass court has reviewed I
Meeting SundayAccording testimony. r"

Request firths three
to Rodney Hurst, president, Jacksonville judge court and other I '
's chapter of the NAACP Youth Council will motions were file I A N t+
stage; gigantic public mass meeting Sun day Wednesday by Fred H.

starting-at-4 .p.m.in..St.Stephen.6:,M E Church, Keats and Oavisson F.Dun1 f... .
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Fifth and Davis streets ,c. ,
Yt.._ .&.. _'&"_'&'_!II ..I..L ... .L" I special.*=scl o l L e c i '.
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will presenta Kills// 'WomanHimself ; Elliott Adams, school

three-point blueprint board attorney. '
of tI organiza LaterAfter The NAACP. suit was ,
tion's policy for 19- filed in U.S.District t '. : -
611. Implementation ]""Hug h i acamoa Court here on Dec. 6 r ,
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all law wife with \\ -Sfol -
of court decisions by Atty EadM.Johnson
2. A stepped plan a shotgun hers Wednesday in behalf of
up parents JIMMY LEE SANDERS SAMUEL FLOOD CLARENCE MORGAN MIS. BEATRICE MORGAN
for contimiednan.virlent a local man 45- of some 12 school

action tor human minutes later turned .children.ffejto TWO ARE DEAD, SUSPECTS HELD. Jaxv usual array of week end incidents ended in the violent
dignity and freedom; the weapon upon him- deaths of two persons this past week end, homicide investigators disclosed. Jimmy Lee
3.A nassive voter-re self in what homicide Sanders, 38, of 2306 Calvin Street was reported dead shortly af being admitted to Duval
gistration campaign. investigators termedmurdersuicide Arrested Medical Center after having been shot in the face by a .12-gauge shotgun following an argument .
Various youth council with Samuel Flood, 49, of 2229 Calvin Street. Flood, who later gave himself up to
committee' leaders will Homicide Sgts. L. A. In Stabbing homicide officials, is being held for investigation. Clarence Morgan, 52of 1490 W. State
be featured i n speaking Hamvay and E.P.Corley; Street died in the emergency roan of a local hospital after having received a ..22calibrebullet
assignments dur- said that they were in the stcmache. Morgan's wife, Mrs. Beatrice Morgan, 42, of 4620 Mbncrief Villageis
ing the meetingHurst investigating the .12 HOM3STEAD-Soon after being held for investigation in Morganfs death.POUCE.JIEPORTS .
.The support of I guage shotgun slaying he had dramatically
the general public is of Mary Lee HOI, 31,
rescued five
requested and it.is of 1520 Tyler Streetat from drowning persons, a 28- { Dean Fined; Photographing Teacher's TrialSetForJan13O
about3:45 .when
urged to attend t h eorganization's p m
old
farm hand
year SCISSORS ARE US3J3
first they received another White Only' Coke Machine
James Kizer was arrested TO STAB GIRL FRIEND
call check
to a suicide -
public mass meeting
as suspect in Trial for Mrs.Annice
the new at a fruit company "r
year.NAACP at 1605 W.BeaverStreet. a stabbing which took A teen-&ge girl who Willians, New Stanton
Victim of the place the day before. lives in Hlodgett Itees i / High School physical
Seeking
suicide was John Henry Ir all began last was stabbed in the back education instructor
Unified Aid For Stripling, 46also of Friday when a tire on last Saturday during an charged with grand
a car carrying Cecil is scheduledfor
argument over money, larceny
.. 1520 Tyler Streetthe
Simoons, 32, his two
Tenn. Counties police reported.The Monday* 9:30aA*
.dead woman's cca&onlav dauPters,Ella 12and victim stated that1 .e in Criminal Court

NEW'YORK- The NAACP husband. It was Kariel3Marie Odessia she was keeping $5 for Judge Willi_, T. Har-
met with representa- estimated that Stripling 31,sad Janie Palmerl3 her boy friend, Alex vey's court.NrsVi13aesis.
tives of four othernational shot himself at all of Homestead, blew McClain,26of 937 Kings : charged -
groups here around 4 p.m. out causing the car to Road,and when he asked +h I with the theft of
this week in an attempt The dead woman+ was get out of control and her for i t she had Y r I$118.09 free the office -
to coordinate found by her daughter plunge into a water spent $4 of it. An argument 4 of the school1
relief activities for1 Alice Wilkinson, 12, tilled rock pit. started about physical e d u cation
Haywood and Fayette woes she returned fromschool.Officers Kifterwho stated that the money McClain al- department. The money
County Tenn., sharecroppers I estimated he sw the car careening legelly stabbed his was said to have been
that the wan out of control girl friend with scis- I II I in: the charge of Hrs.
Representatives o f :had been dead about prior to the plunge, sors. She was taken to Mary C.Col ..suj&Wt1'instructor
said be ran across .the with the
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the American Friends two hours. Luval Medical Center
Service Coanitteethe Investigators+ reported ', highway and saw it for treatment. department.
National Sharecropper that Strtplina, rho floating and Simmoaa Patrolmen Robert During preliminary
getting out of the car. is Justice of
had returned to work hearing
Fund, the Congress of George Jr. and W.Solo-
shortly a'tars'hooti.g. The rescuer went onto Peace Sarah BsTact'scourt
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Racial and
Equality mon Investigated.THIEVES
i the National Cocmittee "the. wcmanstated that say that he took off .. Mrs Willies
for Rural Schools met .b. w stacking crates his shoes and jumped, was bowel over to
when he picked the iato the water and ENTER .HQMB Coca Cola Criminal Court with
at the call of Roy up WHITE CUSTOMERS Old sign on a
aod allot him started helping to ON HcCONIHE STREET establishment hearings being delayed
Wilkins, NAACP execu- shotgun aaohine in a Jackson, Teon.biainess -
rescue the occupaats. is Criminal Cottrt until -
tive self. photographed by Dean Preston .Stewart
secretary.
The organizations agreed Officer said that About tfat timea white The hone of Hoaer Jr. head of the ..'. department at Lane College thU coming Moadcymorning.
to work toward coordinating: their tfeat Strij&iac ad her Kiser with Sjmmeata St. was burglarized cotes and :fined 15.00 bylocal aatfeorities -
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bother freteatly a the '.two the* lust Wednesday after '. proprietor.
relief activities and arm ea the rest of store Over 40/50 tons of food, dt-
;1 to look for a solution '< daring the bre gfet the girls te he went to hi s work. Incident is Wing protested to.Coca Cola Com- livered In 4. 25,000 pftckagts,will
S. to the Tennessee year or mere simee. here.Ste. Several. articles_ were, } T officials by tat Southern Conference Edwaki..el. reach hungry people in 20 coon-.

crisis on other than they: had lArCH. lit Pgr.I .. reported missing, po- Fa.i, lac. tries as cUts from Americana CARE whorive
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1 THE FLORIDA STAR _. ,,, ,f -'- ie Z: t,. 1.L-4. iK r, Y7- .f ytl'. "Politics As Usia a'I' '''

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OFFICE & PLANT: ,}". _.. "Complete Answer To Communism"A ,

2323 Moncrief'Boad ... .' EL: 4-6782 )- veteran functionary of the Indian Ccmgsist

F, Party recently pot Moral Re-Anueent at the

\Ia1llng Address: top of the list in effectiveness in reversing
P. O. Box 681, Jacksonville 1. Florida .
r sa the tide of Communism in the formerly Communist
.
Eric O. Simpson .. .Editor governed state of Kerala
Parham Johnson............'.... .Ne\ S Staff __ Kallara Stmnxraraa was for eleven years a full .
Hilda Woolen....Circulation ))ep .
time Party worker assigned to infiltrate trade >

:.. /3 Y .} Fr ..":. unions and youth organizations. In March,1960, I

Member of Associated Negro Press.BUBSCBIP.rION ./ #' he was sent with others of the Coonsiist Partyto
BATES -
One Year, $5.00-- ; Half Year, $3.00; Three Months, $L80- a showing of the Moral Amsment play
Mailed To You Anywhere In The United States. :, L 1 Hoffhung in TrLvandrum (Kerala's capital) in

Subscriptions Payable In Advance. Send'Cbecks or Money Order To: ft.-: order to create disturbances. .

FLORCPA STAB-P. O.,BOX 661-JACKSONVILLE. 1, FLORIDA 0 E y SuBuvaran and his colleagues encountered

r 1 tAw difficulties- tremendous response of the

Learning From Dr. SchweitzerStrange t audience stopped us attempting anything, and in

fact many of us were. deeply shaken by the play

He was telling this story to prominent dele
as it may seem, a group of U.S.scholars _-: ::" ---
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; : gates from all over India and Pakistan, Ceylonand
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Africa to study : 4r
journeying to Equatorial ". i .
are ; y '
i Burma at the Asian Assembly for Moral Re-
brotherhood and Its value to
the philosophy of Arasment in the Town HallBangalorelast week

our hopes for world peace.The group visiting "Over the continued "a tremendous
next days"he
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Dr. Albert: Schweitzer his missionary, hospi- Z : Td ti struggle vent on Inside me. Two weeks later I
south of the equator .
tal at Lambarene just
.,. .. 4 finally decided to break with the party and
youthful scholars who are going to Africa at ,y1 -. .-
..-: '-" -.'; '''' made a statement to the press j
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philosophy, religion and civic affairs from ,.f'" --" "- -... ". .t{; .,, J.: fC{"w.d'.A. :;
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all parts of :the U.S. They will hold a series. O.t." !5"t'4-" flft' '.. .'"' Ce&imimm. I decided to accept absolute moral

of meetings with the worldfamed Nobel Prize .:J.'4frr .l standards with my ailyThs village was shaken *
: of the visit is to clarifyand .. O' .,. ,
winner. The purpose ,Y. ti'Y ..... R: a and the rich landlord who had financed the j jCcBsnmist ,
translations of Dr.Schweit-
publish English
Party for many years was himself
zer'.s philosophy in an; American "primer11 that Amendment ,of Mule 22, will stop this sabotage of Civil Uights; changed

could well be a foundation for a type of thinking 1. ..:. -

that is all too lacking in today's world. .

The meetings are being sponsored by the U.S. < At Age 96, History I '

headquarters of the Schweitzer Education Foundation Your
which has appealed for all the aid possible ; ,- WeeklyHoroscope Prof Mokes Histor Y

to finance young students on the trip, '; Guide Chances of beating 100,000-
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plus financing hospital equipnent and supplies to-3 odds are pretty slim.
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that the doctor's ever-present need.A; hint James Alton James Chicago
are
of Dr. Schweitzer's fundamental philosophy t 'f .: WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR dean emeritus university of the graduate Northwestern -

is particularly appropriate as the nation BUSINESS. LOVE TRAVEL = school recently beat these odds.
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He won by living to 96
critical New Year is revealed in one f yearsof
enters a By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER age and collecting on his Insurance -
of his Sunday sermons: "There is a great river policies himself.
behind us (adjacent to Lambarene).In its upper When James took out his two
$2,000 life insurance policies
reaches it is swift and tumultuous There are SAGITTARIUS from the

turbulent. currents and dangerous rapids. It isa ARIES and b e content with for business or social Born Nov. 23rd thru Dec. 21st NorthwesternMutual
Born March 19th
21st Thra April LifeInsurance
savage stream. The further it flows, the the assurance that purposes. The signs The economic and security ; Co.
broader and stronger and more tranquil it 'be- Respond t o the more they will encounter a indicate that you setups that shortly after
soothing Influencesthat much more friendly r' the turn of
comes. should not permit have proven satisfactory -
ushered in the century
liThe Holy Spirit is like that. At first thereis are climate later o n. in sentiment to take the andall inclusive S'c the chances i

very little seen of its presence in t he by the entry of gentle which they can find place. o f practical up to now, should not against his
Venus into Sun surviving t o +
hearts of men. But little by little it grows your expression. I n _this considerations when be tampered with. You 96 to collect

stronger: and men become filled with it.*"' (From siSrilet( ).This should event,, o u should be your own welfare or would risk making a the face value

"The Africa of Dr. Schweitzer"). enable y o u to forestall guided strictly' .b y security may be at mistake that would -t hundred were one

One can only wonder why there cannot be more a new family or your instincts and stake ((3rd). prove :too costly in James A. James thousand to

Dr. Schweitzers in the world. domestic> crisis that deeper feelings, ((7th- 5.44.70-19-62-547 the long fun(1st-2nd). On his 96th three. James
birthday
could well
occur
very 8th). l .
LIBRA In solar 8th
: Mars your was paid a visit by a North-
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--LH U..JIItMo.trEnioyment.WorJng. "canarford, t o- take a LEO who told James that he could
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you somewhat negativerole
collect the
more moderate view of Born July 23rd thru proceeds of his
Aug. 23rd that ideas and. the policy $4.000 but James
your during past
in cooperation with retailers, the things in general,and The Leos who are. getting methods are superior, three months. But i t preferred to leave the moneyon
American Meat Institute has been conducting a make the economic deposit with the companyand
more and_ more would be well advised forward
to draw interest.
you is returning a -
campaign to stimulate the consumption and sale concessions that would
curious about how the t conform t o According to the company,
of meat. ,Its nutritional value is stressed. restore serenity whenever motion: once again over the years James received
other half
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half of the world tablished by those in feel its driving force addition to the $4,000 of policy
the economic interests of the members of the
proceeds He had
now payable.
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great meat industry-the producers,packers,processors 199601A34198CAPRICORN paid total premiums of $3,676.80on
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,during his policies.
and distributors. But its
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providing the main spendshis
quarter, are Born Dec. 22nd thru' Jan. 19th.
further. For meat, as- the nutritionists time these days "keeping
tell us, is essential to the physical and mental The 1st seems t o be necessary encouragement days to watch in this Even J :if there are excellent busy". He is now writing a

health of the vast majority of people.It the most active and Once you have' respect. It i s very indications ofa history of the of university'the university graduate and

is a rich and dependable source of complete significant dayof the definitely made u p important to maintainthe zealous understanding school a task he has been

proteins--the proteins that build and repair first quarter. Your ;your mind,it would be proper mental at- ,on the 1st,sudden: working at since he retired as
chairman of the de-
wise history
t
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muscles, cells and tissues. It is a source of desire to get some of your titme.633SO1253635. emotional outbursts partment in 1936.

many essential minerals--copperiron and phos- your projects underlay travel agent, right could spoil everthing From 1898 to 1936 he was
now and make the history department chairman.
necessary
based sound SCORPIO almost Immediately
phorous among them. It is an important source maybe on During that time he also served
of vitaminsespecially the Vitamin B.groupin- reasoning, but you arrangements Born. Oct. 24th.thru Nov. 22nd thereafter.lt is very as the first dean of the grad-
U-l should not overlook and reservations in The long, and rather important for you not uate school a post he held
cluding which is necessary for growth,a P- from 1913 to 1931.
in time let
good ( ).
the hindrances that frustrating retrograde to give entry to ele-
petite and protection against certain diseases. ; During his career he has 1
are standing i n your 4-55-90-18-91-549 journey o f Mars, in ments that could come served as first chairman o'f the
Meat is prescribed by physicians nutritionists Illinois State Park commission d
way A promising occurrence VIRGO your solar 9th house between you and your
lectured at the University of
.and dietitians for both the overweight and the may come in Born Aug. 24th thru Sept. 23rd is due t o end on the future objectivesasyou Prague and was consultant to

underweight; for the young and the oldfor, the the form of Mars turnIng 5thDo nothing on the m a y be getting the World Council of Churches
convalescent and 'mot her and is givento The surest w a to meeting in 1954 in Evanston.
expectant ; fcward once again y lstother than to get very close t o your

patients suffering from a long list of dis- after a rather prolonged spoil promising f r i- yourself organized and' chosen goal(3rd)Kara

eases-anemia, arthritis,rhetlIlatismhigh blood period o f retro- er ships is to:inject attend to the: purchase which returns t o direct Three out of 5 people in Jordan

pressure, tuberculosis and so on.'To gression ((5th). make financial matters, or of supplies and other motion i n your must have relief aid. CARE Food

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meat and' regards itas the central element ina 3-88-40-15-47-384 favors that can take necessary to carry on the 5th, Indicates a Arab refugees, in Jordanian or-

good meal. So we can serve the end of better the form o f future your vocation t maybe ceding resurgence o f phanages and other institutions.The .

health and enjoy doing it. 'GEMINI obligations. This i B wise to discourageyour of cooperation. $1 packages can be subscribed
throughCARENew York 16,N.Y.
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Dimes Do Double Duty The old saw that you keep i, n miD*: if anything mashers i f they have. AQUARIUS PISCES
Born Jan. 2 cannot please everybody o f this nature intentions o f takingtoo Born Feb. 19th rhea March 20th

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have to do to preserve Baking outlays make worst, when it comes
are inclined to
a semblance harmony trouble.Your calmness I to romance and financial

where you live and Days Ar. Number** and cold appraisal g.ables.The 1st- i

U work This may be se-. 2nd are the two days ,
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aDd
when
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if none- Colors Etc. ,!: attitudes (lst) to the test, and you

tarT considerationscannot > f ., V t. The perpetuation of can come out with flying -

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7-77-30-16-38-731 Post Office yew future plan- status you desire

CANCER Jacksonville 1, Florida ...-x mine (3rd). You Bay aad those of you who

Bona few 22ad tfcra July .ad have to be very pra- are unattached may

The see o f timingyou Rae 'S': deat anrimdre the pro- have some second

March of Dimes funds provide aid for arthritis patients and also support I .display: will Bake Street ,-'> '! ,' :3 u.i.. :...... .. tectioa of cash and thoughts about this

: The National Foundation program of training skilled professional all difference in theWQ' .. ,: property your principal possibility (3rd).You
hands. Mary, 11 year ,
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Velilcarolettes,

By Louise Guinyard a recently organized Born To:
bridge clubheld their

Twenty-five years of nuptial bliss for >&. after holiday partyat Billie
and the home of Mr.and Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. William A. Johnson, scores of

friends on hand to hear the happy couple rs1M Mrs. James Byrd, Jr., .Y Davis,924 V.Dural St,

their vows. 2764 Queen Avenue 1:4 Boy.

The Rev. S. R. Felder officiated at the cer- Wednesday night, at : Mr* and Mrs Sim

eaoay which vas performed at 6:30 p... Saturday 8 P.M. The Byrd's Belly 2905 Begonia

: January '21, in the living room of thecouple' lovely home was deco- ,YiAU Road, Girl.Hrs.ClareaCeRodaers,1020
and
Saturn Street hone. rated with a beautiful Hr.

Other participants and members of the family. tree lighted with blue W* Lawrence

present included Mrs. Grayland Lesesne,Matron lights, and delicious f'r Street, Girl

of Honor; Walter Grantfbest manWilliam Sweet; refreshments were Hr. and Mrs. James'

Mrs. Marie Dunbar and Miss Elizabeth Dunbar, served byMrs.Byrd who Bell,1622 V.33rd St.,

other and sister of Mrs. JohnsonMrs.Louvinia was assisted by little r' Boy

Simmons, grandmother of Mr.Johns on-Mrs.Jessie Hiss AlveriaRobinson. Mr. and Mrs. Jades

Mae Fears; Hre. Daisy Muzrell of West Pala Members of the club : C nalet,2018 Lewis St

Beach, who headed the receiving line; Hrs._ 'exchanged gifts with si Girl.

Salome Steers;, Mrs. Honey WalkerMrs Corine their Christm a s Mr. and Mrs Raymond
E.Sth St.
Field,1169
Jones;frs. Margaret SuttonMrs.Ida WalkerMrs siaters. A delightful

Thomasina 'S. Wallace; Mrs. Dorothy SweetMrs. surpriserevealed near F Girl.
and Mrs. Robert
Mr
Julie E. Brooks; Mrs. Mary Pearce; and Mrs. the end of the party,, jF f d E.30th St.
L Perryl53l
Pearl Dorsey. recording s
was a tape .- -
Girl.
Vocal selections Miss Altceueiesver ,
were given by
which had been sec r'ed' R4 ._:'-.LJ'Y p' !.r Mr. and Hrs. Andrew
and Robert .Mitchell.Mrs. Oneal Robinson '":
served as organist. made during the meet- ANNUAL DINNER The Moonlight Social Savings Club launched their DeW Rile,2143"Wllberfmce
I'I Charlie Poole,1husband
Mrs. Johnson vas lovely in Frank Stars gown 'ing by yeasts program most successfully; recently when they held the organisa Road, Boy
of Mrs.Ernestine Mr. and Mrs 0 c ie
of pale pink :imported lace overpeau de soie). tio '8 annual dinner in the residence of Hr. and Mrs. Janes Cherry,
memberof
The couple's son, tobert Davidson Johnson,along the Poole club., a Poole 1227 W. 14th Street. An entertaining social interlude was enjoyed and Brovn,2843 Lippia Rd.

with other members of the Tiny York Band, cane- the members and guests were served a sxaptuous buffet luncheon. Shown Boy.
up from Vero Beach later in the evening and played the recording, sitting in foreground free left are: Mrs. Pauline HaywardMrs. Willie Hr. and Mrs Lawrence
heard all Outlaw 1330 Fairfax
members ,
entertained guests until the wee hours of the and Julia Howard; and Mrs. Martha Butler. Seated from left; James Cherry, ,
said
been Girl.
that had Street
morning. host; Mrs. Doris Kerse; Mrs. Frankie Mae Grimes; Mrs. Juanita Cherry, ,
the evening.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George
* during hostess; Master Randy Cherry; Mrs. Claudie Mae MonroeMrs.Johnnie Bell

It's. boy for Mr, and Mrs. Reid Jacl onJr, Byrd gave lovely Davfs;-and Mrs. Marie'T"son. Smith,1984 Baldwin St
follow-
the Girl.
forn Wednesday, January 17at Brewster Hospital prizes to (BILLY BROWN PHOTO)
first Mr. and Mrs. Williaa
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The new arrival and his mother are now at home
Mrs. LorraineDanielssecond White Rt. 1 Box 109
prize, ,
at 1760 N. Myrtle Avenue. _
prize Yulee norida Boy.
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Mrs.Alve ria_ Robinson; Hr. and Mrs. Alfonso
Mrs. Elizabeth Harris Mrs.Corine Kennedyand
third Mrs. Relax 716 North St.
and prize, ,
Mrs. Dorothy Mae Logan were among guests when .
the Zenith Ladies Bridge dub met recently in Jeanette Boggs. Boy.
the began Mr. and Mrs.Jeremiah
the Durkee Drive home of Mr. and Mrs. John Before party : j
Parrott a short business danton,729 N. Market

Members present included Hra.CatherFne Burns, session was held.Mrs. Street, Girl.
Louvenia Newman was Hr. and Mrs. James
Mrs. Claudia Burris Mrs. Louise Breaker Mrs.
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elected presidentand. Priester 1319 Odessa
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Mary Dumas, Mrs.Willie Mae SmartMissE1.izabet
the club's'name was Street
Boy.
Jones Mrs. Hazel IdllienthalandMrsElizaJbeth
chosen. The name selected 6 ti Mr. and Mrs Maurice

Jasmin. was suggestedby Anderson 5534 Minosa
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Mrs. Sylvester Bassard took the Gems to the
bers who composed the and Hrs. Isiah
Lincoln Golf and Country Club for their recent
by combining Cheese borough 727
meeting with a guest table of whist. At the name ._ ,
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syllables of three Venus Mars Ct.Boy.Mr. .
guest table were: Mrs. Evelyn Hughes, Mrs. Ora children of membersof HOMEROOM MOTHERS* CONTEST WINNERS-Elation marks the countenances of and Mrs. Reid

McIver Mrs.' Irma Alexander, and Hrs. Dorothy the club, Alveria the ladies shown above who were recent winners of the A. L. Lewis Jackson, 1760 2tyrtleAvenue

Hicks. Robinson, daughter of Elementary-Junior High School PTAs Homeroom Mothers' Contest. Shown Boy.Hr.and .
Mrs. Hicks was high scorer in the whist game, Mrs.Alveria Robinson; receiving checks from_ Mrs. B. L. Baucon (left) are: Mesdames Juanita Mrs.Sam Jiles

while Mrs. Susie ThompsonMrs.Joyce Lawson and Lillian Poole, three- Sharpe, seconH place winner; Betty Bryant, first place winneraaiMaryMcNealy 744 Ct. A., Boy.
Mrs Lois Avery were outstanding in the bridge month old. daughter of third place winner. The three honorees will be crowned at Mr. and Mrs. B'en

session. Mrs.Ernestine Poole; a coronation ceremony to be held Thursday night, February 16 at 7 pu Mitchell, 746 WState
* and Carolynn Boggs, at the school. This event to precede the annual family dinner night Street, Boy.

Lea seize AIdes members enjoyed a lovely daughter of Mrs. scheduled for 8 p.m.

bridge party recently in the home of Dr. and Jeanette Boggs. Richard L. Brown

Jfrs. Warren ScheH. An extra feeling of warmth Members of the club A. L. Lewis PTA's Hill PTA Slates EventThe
M. Sgh Leroy
and humility prevailed when they\ vere presented are as follows:Mrs. WeddingBells

.individual gifts from Miss Joyce Grahinone of Louvenia Newman, Mrs. Plan Feb.-16 Event Completes Course Parent- Teachers

the debutantes featured at their recent ball. Lillian Davis, Mrs. Julian Smith, 3676 Westeria Association and Unit

Mrs. Sarah RichardsonMrs.Margaret Wilson Ernestine PooleMrs. Committees of the St., 18 and Dianne Ray, 1538 W. TALLAHASSEEaster 2 of Richard L. Brown

and Mrs. Barbara. Harper, were guests Alveria Robinson,frs. A.L. Lewis, elementaryand 7th St, 18. Sergeant Leroy IIilla Club Federation will
,* * Lorraine Daniels"Mrs. junior hi ji school Eddie L. Watts 1095 W. 12th member of the Reserve observe the eighth
St., 20 and Carol F. Davis, 939 W.
Les Unes Charmantes held a recent meeting in Vivian Byrd, Mrs.Mary PTA are busily engaged Union SL, 17. Officers Training annual Founderfs Day

the Mays Drive home of Mr. and Mrs. Janes Wal- Simuel, Mrs. Lillian in their second pro- James Hanna 122 North St, Corps staff, FloridaA in the school audi-

ker with all members present.. Stewart, 1 Mrs. Juanita ject of the year which 19 1st and St., Laurel 17.James M. Smith, 553 W. & M University, recently toriua, 1585 Milnor

Officers and membership roster of the newly TaylorMrs. JacquelynHall is scheduled for Allen, 5318 Cord Ave., completed a 44 StreetFeb.2 at 7:30

organized club consist of Mrs. Norma R. White, Mrs. Jeanette Thursday night,Feb.16 25 and Gwendolyn O. Kirkland, hour course at the p.m.

president; Mrs. Betty SesdoM,vice president; Boggs, Miss Martha under the theme of 5318 Cord Ave., 26. Army Film and Equip. Special guests vill

Mrs. Arnetta Walker, secretary; Mrs. Charlotte Perryand Miss yrtle "Fairily Dinner Nighty 33 Leon and Elizabeth Butler, 2522 B. Anglin W. 43rd, 1515 St., ment Exchange School, be members of the

Bostic, assistant secrotar7;Mrs.PrisciAaBroxa Turner. Proceeding this event W. 27th St., 26. Ft. Benning, Ga. Brown fssdly.

treasurer; Mrs. Joyce Lav3onreporterMrs The next meeting, will will be the crowningof Cecil P. Grier, 1054W.( Instructions were received A pre-Founder's Day

Daniels, social committee chairmanMrs. Helen be held at the home the HoRcrocm Mothers Church, St.1054, 21% and Mary'F. Richardson 'on the As-2(1)( HoBBCCBdng party will
Church
W.
Gregory Mrs. Sarah Montgomery; and Mrs. Lydia 'of Mrs. Lorraine Dan- Contest winners which H. 0., Davis, 1217 Pacetti St,St 19., (Army 16mm Projector) be held at the school

Dwight fields,2911 .Begonia Mon takes place during 72 and Essie M. Adams, 1064 Jan. 27 at 4:30 p. 'a.

January 25. coronation ceremoniesat Louis Court, 39. Uses Stop Watch An AT.\funi. Guild andParentTe&CherCounci1
Bryant Academy March OF Dime; Edw. E. Button, 1830 W. 27th
7 p.m. 'St, 19 and Charlotte A. Grimsley, for Itch ReliefMrs.
will formed.
Forms PTA The Family Dinner 1703 W. 9th St, 15. be
C. H.
Expects Victory Henry Lodge Night, replaces thee" Quinten L. Brown, 181 W. 12thSt All interested pel'IOU
A.Z.Gracie I thoughtI
YULEE--A meeting was I 21 and Virginia L. Vaughn, says: are requested to
would out of mind with
Holds Tea and is my
4 Elections usual go
held recently at t h, e benefit fashion scheduled 1865 W. 12th St, 18. poison ivy itching. Then at my: send their wiles and
become
show sponsored by local to Aaron Z. friend Helen's suggestion I
'Bryant Academy o f the I Williams, 1947 W. 5th Mrs
addresses to
Officers for the new annual affair. Tetterine. My husband
beanty salons and an St., 25 and Freddie M. Hopkins bought
Parent-Teachers Association 1024 W. 31st in fun checked the time on his Hazel Argrett, secretary
year were recently Tickets for the event St, 23. _
and the Hone* featuring hairdos, Walter stop watch. Well, in no time at
hat and clothes modeling lected by C.H. Henry have already been distributed H. Matthews, 1811 W. all, the itch was gone. Tetterineis of the school
Committeewas 22nd St, 21
Mothers and
room 379.Elected members Ernestine Anderson equally wonderful for fast relief
'formed.Room by 60-attractive Lodge to 1820 Brooker Rd. 17. of surface rash eczema ath PATRONIZE
Vogue models vill be were James and may be purchased Theo. Hall, 1954 W. 13th St. lete's foot and innocuous insect
representativesare Hamilton, worshipful from individuals or 21 and Lorine Dopson 1964 W. bites. If your druggist cannot
the
: First grade, Mrs. presented for 13th St, 19. supply you send 751 to Shup-
Claudia M. Thomas;Second March of Dimes tmdFridp master; Ben Welcome, by calling the A.L. Ernest A.. Armstrong, 4261 trine Company,Savannah,Ga. Star Advertisers
Senior warden; Levi Lewis School- ELg.n '''' '' ---
Mentoria Mob- : night, Feb. 3 Kermit ai, 21 ana Thelma L*.
starting at 8 o'clock Benjamin,junior warden 5-3468. Harper, 2202 York St. 21.
leythirdM r s.GladysHemyfourthfifthMrs im Elks Lodge 712 V. Arnold Edwards,treasurer Newly elected officers A. L. Smith 1079 K. 4th St. You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
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21 and Khadljah Karim. 2038
Dual St.CreatiODI. ; Henry Simmons, ,for the 1960-
Talladge Rd. 17. \
Lillian McCray Mitchell; eight, by Mrs' secretary{Eddie Will-. 61 term are:. Mesdames Clarence Johnson 1748 W. 12th I LOW PRICES

M:s. 'Bessie_ ; Jaanie Canaoa, vellknowi iams, junior deacon; Minnie Dram,presidmtj St. 19 and Rosa N. Randolph
ninth, }I .Lillie Fav- first 1969 W. 15th St. 18.
leroy Clayton senior Mary McNealy
local hat designer ,
Oft Your
ors. Mrs.Montoria Mob- Len-. Charlie W. Cisero Jr., 1437 W.
Williams vice
deacon president
James ;
vill feature ;
appointed 6th St., 21 and Dorothy J. Taylor
ley was .! the event cha ainAlbert Hester reatha Hogan, second 1757 E. 22nd St, 17. DRUG STORE REEDS
chairman of the. group.-M marshal; William' Dawson vice presidentjHyrtisCobbisecret Elbert Francis 2544 SummitSt. ,
24 and Gloria Ellis 2330 Mon-
Blanche
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crief RA, 24.
Store
Trade With Your Neighborhood
Willie Harrellsenior Collier, financial Geo. F. Collins 1019 FranklinSt
i steward. secretary; Addie Mae 27 and Artie M. Hughes 1460
Edmonds treasurer; W. 5th St, 24. Wa Will Meet Any Prices Advartisad

FOOD FOR PEACEO.er Marie Jenkins, chaplain I Chat. J. Reed 1539 Spearing In Your Local PipersWOOD'S
St, 47 and Mary A. Williamson,
20 million people in the ;and n.L. Bauconcoordinator.Ceorge 6200 118th St, 28.
- ? 0IJLE$ 1J United States, or 1 out of 9 persons B.
get farm surplus through DUE PHARMACY
- relief and school lunch programs. Nairn is principal. Acute Asthma
Y After these needs are met,.CARE 1H2 XIK t R9A at MYRTLE AVINUI
_ irmiARF and other foreign-aid agencies getGo.ernment Attack PHON0 B. 34Sf7.fi
allocations. Every$1 Florida A&M University ... .
rIeN.z te W. Mrar W. Aim H* AM Doctors'
sent to the CARE Food Crusade .
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pledged a totalof Ku NIiencI.0 firstNs.oN
1Z l'4MS GOO0a New York 18, N.Y.; dell es a for the Misftd s w.taett..3M.M.$0 WMdwAtUy.8uv N.dnt.M ...... PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE
package of this Abundance to the $5,014.36 Uft.. ....
01S hungry other lands,.s personal 1960 Leon County Red ,:tt:' d Js: SILLS AT OUR STORE:.. :....
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language club.He also 11- ", ety Union Cocmimity
Bolden School ..... : .
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First Herr Zion. Hobby .. dents ,.. for the past f ;': ... ,R..-,' '';.. charge of services
several months ., ,.( ,.
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-ptc unteer nurse aides at ". :,.,';11' ". .... f& ff.- nish music for the
I Mercy! Hospital as part ,. .: ; I- l r v? r : morning worship and
of their course of [ .,. c Choir 2 will supervise

study, were honored music for the evening'
with a dinner and services.
social evening Thurs- USHER BOARD 1 OF MT. CALVARY BAPTIST. CHURCH CELEBRATES ANNUAL DINNER-A festive annual affair Other weekly activities -

day night by membersof was enjoyed by Usher Board 1 of Mt, Calvary Baptist Church which celebrated their annual include: Prayer
: the 3-11 p.m.staff dinner Monday night in the home of Mrs. F7 ma Pinkney,50l W.16th St.,with a capacity atten d- meeting and Class

at the hospital. ance present for the occasion. Shown seated from left in top photo are Mrs. Ruby Garrison, meeting Tuesday a t

In a brief, informal Mrs Saphorina McGanett, Mrs &Eloise: Willis, Mrs Marie Blackman, and Mrs.Albert a Lattimore 7:30 p. m, Sunday
iCiC talk, Mrs.,Rebecca Y. Standing from left: Mrs Ruth Smith, Mrs. Oretha DuggerMrs.Hargaret WilliamsMrs. Ruby Dell school teachers meeting -

Thompson, RN, staff Williams Mrs Jessie toners, Mrs. Alberta Johnson, and Mrs Dannie Mae Martin. Top photo Friday at 8 p. m.
supervisor at Mercy right standing from left are: Emanuel Nelson, James WallisMrs.Lillie Johnson,Janes Watkins, At the New Century

Hospital pressed Norman Williasas, Janes Simpkins, Mrs. Tula Pinkney, Tula PinkneyHenry PaigeMrs.Beulah Ran- Kindergarten; First
fJOXCE J. WlNNi I graditude for the son, ,and Mrs. Murdell Bally Seated from left: Mrs. Mary LeeMrs. Pecula McKeeverMrs Lelia quarterly conference.

Nev' Stanton sincere efforts spir- Williams, Mrs Susie .VilHans, and Mrs Clara Jackson. Seated from left in center photo left Feb. 10-12; District

ited interest d i s are: Mrs Deloris Jackson, Mrs Al Brown, Mrs. Parolee WilliamsMrsJosephine DadeMrs.Canie Conference at Mayport
i Tribute is paid: to played by the student Smith. Standing from left: Mrs. Mary Fulmore, Mrs Mattie Anthony, Mrs. Margaret Rice, Mrs.Florence Florida March 16-18.
'I Joyce of tha Twelfth aides during their Clark, Mrs Mary' Harden, Joe Rice, and Albert Jackson. Seated from left in center Your cooperation itf

% of grade She .is a member tenure of study at the photo right: Mrs H. Leach, Mrs Mary Cotton, Mrs. Ophelia MiltonMrs. Louise Brownand Mrs. the above mentioned
Annual and Nevs- hospital. Mary RiggLns Standing from left:. Willie Gallon, James Leach, Cohen Herndon, Rev. W.J." Brown activities is urgently

paper staff and serve On behalf of thehonoreesMrs.D.Terry Dec. H. Hyner, Hose Williams, and Richard Wynn. Seated from left in bottom photo Mrs. W.M. needed. Rev. H.Hollis

w. as Senior News Editor Hill, Mrs. Daisy Capel, Mrs. Alberta McCray, Mrs Mabel Dunbarpresident; Hrs.Julia Solomon, Hocks pastor.
of ,
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latterHobbies student supervisor Mrs. Mattie Wright Standing fran left: Dec. S.p. Dunbar, Rev. W.M. HUlDecJanes CapelRevA.

Land are draviDgsingiDg, voiced the appreciation McCray, Dec. B, Parson, Dec. W. Solcmon, and Dec. W. Wright. Alumni Council
? dancing. of the recipients (BILLY BRCWN PHOTOS) '
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St. James BaptistAssociation
III ._- the students were both Recital Hits Church meeting of the Execu-
Jan 28
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; tive Committee of the
profitable and stimulating The St. John's Quartet Ends
J "'" Several stu- Rolefor 1961CHESTERPA.The"real Florida Normal and Industrial -
ofSt.John Baptist Jan. 25-9 Meeting
.r iC.tc dents consented to Convention Sun. and Memorial
Church will be
..t.: offer future volunteer :in recital presented The Ministers a nd i challenge to local College National Alumni -
Jan Deacons Mutual Union leadership in the Association will
1 services to the institution 29 at 8 in the
auditorium p.m. of* the and the Auxiliary of The Ministers,Dcacons Sixties will be housing be held on January 28
iCIe A delicious buffet church. Emanuel progressive and Laymens Union and and job bias,"the beginning at 11:30 min

luncheon was served The is Baptist Association, auxiliaries to the Rev. Edward J. Odoe the Public Rela-
iC during the evening. program by the United sponsored Rev. D.i.. Williams, Union St.James Baptist'Assoc NAACP church isecretaryde'.ared tions Office on the

TH50DOSIA JONES t'Nev Those present were: Choirs Union for the moderator;will convene .ation now i n here today. .college campus.

Stanton iC Nurse Rebecca Thompson benefit of Mrs. Ruth Jan. 25-29 in Mt.Zion session at Sweetfield
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Mrs. B. Baptist ChurchGreenland. Baptist Church will
Terry, Wilson who is doing
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Tbeodosi is a .mer Nurse Helen MackMrs. for honors in terminate Sunday Jan.
: a con
of the Senior class,* Florence KatoMrsAnnWiseMatthew test. Officers of the fenfs 29the Rev.C.J.Watkins

Honor SocietyYeariockr. Belchel, The repertoire of the Department who will is moderator. The Rev.

Staff, and an active's Mrs. Beatrice Mack i group is varied load swell supervise various activities D.B.Barnes is presidentand
member of Shiloh Bap-J Misses Lucinda Corle}} arranged are everends host pastor and i y
program
tilt church Barbara Terry,Annette Is planned W.M. Smith, resident: ; Mrs. Ethel Jones is

** Smith, Beatrice Hall, Members of the quartet W.Q. Rogers, v.p.re si- president of the' wan-
Congratulation Louise Powell, Lelia are Calvin Fore- dent; K. P. Smit ',recording enfs department.The .

Cola to t...... t..from..... Merit Popl Mae Gatson, Catherine hndledrV.E.Vill- secretary ; young people will -
Awed wlMtrs Alexander, and EvelynA. imM,tenor;Curtia Ada R.B. Williamscorres have charge Saturdayat ,
!Uttta to the PopsI Mftrit Hicks. baritone and Samel A ponding secret ';S.A. 11 a. m. Services
Aword. salataHoas o* POM! Thus treasurer H.L. I r
,;JII( Too. TImo, WRHCr 1406on jCasucll Jr., bass. ; Sunday will begin with :
yeas dial Sctvrdoyt 3 Baker, mmissionary;and the Sunday School at
to 4 ...... Doacbfl tit John Anderson f
'* Wlldor Pork Rocrtfttioa presi- 9:30 a.m.,morning wor-,
Contor. Admission Fro*. WHEN YOU ABE ILL dent Laymen's move- ship at 11 OTclock.The 4
You leek The Bt
Doctor ment. ,
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sermon -
Wkta You Doctor Pss.alo..
Women's Department by tie Rev.R.L.Jonesalternatethe
Get ExpKS.aad
Fkarasciii. officers are: Sisters
To Fill Year Pn.eriptle.. ... Rev.C.H. -
Addie sident
.. w'i'iiF Aco? il.g To Yew Dodd Hayespre Hamilton. Dinner will I I
,.,. '.: Ontors. W0 .U. Omly Bonnie Carter, vice be served at the closeof .
.><: ....> Tk Eat Qaalliy Dn& .,At president;Del or.i.S Sims, service.At 1400 WRHC1400FEA.TURX3
Dr. C. E. BlukProprietor secretary; Evelyn 2:30 p.m. the ser- .
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REGISTEHED PHABMACISTS TO SERVE YOULILLY'S ; thePresidentalterhatethe .- KEN KNIGHT '
Kingmissionary.PATRONIZE. Rev.W.E.Youngand ;

.. C.I. DRUGSTOREA .. Rev. I. Rafe Each PRESENTING-
KNIGHT TRAIN
minister will be
accompanied -
D...... .. 1S67 Kiaov Hoid ELtI'a :1-1I7I a.s PM. 12.1 N1CHTLT
by his choir
SWEET CHARIOT
J.cbe..IN. Cal1. Hca COMPLETE LINE OPt FLORIDA and congregation o n .:10 to 10:30 MONDAY thru FRIDAY
Kabbey STARADVERTISERS
wrv Goods.Camdtos '
PRE9CBIPTIQW GM m DOE AJm DELIVEUD- cIdes -_. the night he is to '". BLUES IN THE KNIGHT
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of those which will mark
approaching _;rJt_ ci
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'{.9r star with
the beginning of spring training carps throughout '!
'Florida Just about everyone who has heardof : ( 1_ : the Aggies in the last

baseball can tell about Vero BeachSarasotaBradenton ',--_ .. twenties and early
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Ft. Fierce Clearwater St. Peters- thirties,died sudden-
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burgh, Orlando and Taapa.Ask t smallest child, .:.:-;a: : a I ly on Thursday,Jan.12
that is one who is old enough to follow baseball :. .' at HalifaxYa, ., wherehe
where the .-- was employed as
various tens train and he can .j.k-;
the teachercoach at the
name city. : ,
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WITH THE OPENING OF training camps, many many ;- '.- Mary Bethune High

changes will be noted. One of the notable : F r School. .

changes to become acquainted with is the absence ..;4: l 1' Streater a memberof

of Casey S engel from the New York Yankees .. the 1927 football
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..r :-. team which broii )it the
It will also be a matter of readjustmentfor .,:" .j "
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the players who will be changing over from .....: first CIAA championship
the Stengel system to the Ralph Houks <.. '.;: iaM to the institution
IT WAS CLEARLY UNDERSTOOD that Elston Howard f.r ; and was named

d held a respectable position high in the estimation -. .: i rf&? .", that year to the All-

I of Casey Stengel. It was Stengel's American team among

thought that Howard could do everything well <. Negro colleges and
In book Howard is excellent was selected All- on-
Stengel an out-
fielder, a first class first baseman and a top : FR&i ference end. He was
notch catcher.When Howard came to batStengelsat also a member of the

back quite relaxed because he believed the varsity basketball
dependable Elston would deliver. tean. lie; graduate J in

IT HAS BEEN REPORTED THAT Ralph Houk looks 1931.A .

upon Howard as just another member of the team native of Chesterfield -

It is also said the new manager rates John /' 4 County in south
Blanchard above Howard. Well that is his rightto Carolinahe had nain-:

think as he pleaseshe surely can not think ..... ": y..' tained residence in
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have seen Blanchard play in as many different \ A. C. PUNCHERS READY FCil T111: lilt, O.vI--Whether its the annual Florida A.A.U.boxinc Funeral services were

positions as Howard,and how many fans have seen tourney or the yearly Golden Gloves presentation, Jax' Wilder Athletic Club fighters have conducted on SundayafternoonJanuary

Blanchard come through in a pinch as a batter never been out of the running. This :rear,the Julius Guinyard coached Wilder pugilists are 15,
93 Elston Howard has? defending Cpen Division champions for the annual Jacksonville Recreation Departmentfs at the Trinity A.M.S.

WHEN THE UMPIRES YELL "Play Ball .to open the Golden Gloves tournament slated Jan. 30-Feb. 1 in new Jacksonville Coliseum.In top photo, Zion Church- with the

1961 season, many changes will be noted. That Wilder's\ classy Simon Pures shown from left are: Henry :atthews, WrightJohnny Thomas, i i\ev.Cecil bishop,pastor -
old familiar face,that roamed changes will be and :Kenneth Wilson. Matthews is defending 165-pound title'101der,and Wright, 135-pound r defending of the church,acid

noted. The familiar face of Billy Bruton will champion. In bottom photo. the ready, willing and able Wilder A. C. team shown Kev.J.T.Douglas,pastnr

not be patrolling in centerfield when the Milwaukee kneeling from left are: Kenneth WilsonJohnny Thomas,Henry Matthews, illie .T.ondon,Tirotln; of the St.James Presbyterian

Braves take the field The 31yearold Fordti, athaniel Wright. Standing from left,: Coach Julius Guinyard, Glen Shehce, Theodore church, \f-

Bruton, a left handed batter,joined ,the Bravesin Floyd, .Ulysses S., Thomas,He man Gzam" ,Paul Hawkinsand, Milton Harrold.1 Other members are ficiating.lie .
1953. His batting average at the end of Robert Gaffney: and Donald Israel. is survived by }his

last, season was .286 with 27doubles,13 triples (BILLY )MitOW.V PHOT03)) wife, the former /liss,
12 home runs, 54 KBIT and 22 stolen bases. He avelia :IcCov.If .

i had more hits than Henry Aaron,182 to 172. I Wilder BoxersBoosted Sugar' RayWins Flemings Signs
BOB SCHEFFING N DETROIT MANAGER_ has already
named the fleet footed, hard hitting Bruton as Suit r N vi/:

his centerfielder Bruton fans will have to By With Raiders #,..P:p::: 1 } x k ..,. 2

switch over to Detroit to watch Billy. Scheff- NEW YORK- Former SEATTLE- orge Flem- ;

ing, says the Detroit outfield will: be AL Kalinein EWC SluggersEdward ?Middleweight Champion ing,halfback aid kick ; '. J Fade Fee)
( -right fieldBilly Bruton in centerfield and Sugar RayRobinson recently ing star of the Washington -
Rocky Colavito in left field. }nMwaukee fans Waters College won a victoryover Huskies,and one ; { COMFORTLEl
will have accustomed will be well repre- Nicholas Troilo, of the
| to soon get to seeing a greatest football -
in sented in the Coliseun a Philadelphia manu- r
[new face centerfield players inirodern : LUJk 0000
OVER IN SAN FRANCISCO There will be two familiar Jan. 30-31 and Feb. 1 facturer in federal collegiate history has

faces missing. When the Giants go to with some of its most court. let it be known that ><>:. I

spring tTJ ."tngthey will not have Johnny An- talented students appearing Troilo sued Robinson .he will sign with! the tH{ ,
with the Wil- for $75,000 for alleged Oakland ;Haiders of the ,
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:onelli and Willie Kirkland with them.Ihorder ,. ,'
.-o see them oae will have to watch the Cleveland Boxing der Athletic team in Club's the breach manufacturercharged of agreement.The American F o o t b all rg.,.;:'.;.:.:,t .'.:. ;::'. ...
Indians. The Giants top brass believed League.The r:'
Kuenn would be more valuable to them Florida Golden Gloves hat_ the for- outstanding halfback I..:i tr "J : ) :
ey amateur boxing tournament broke mi. kt..:: bitanht.. FN.Ii[ t : E t tr' :
mer champion an '<--.1'
;han Antonelli and Kirkland. The Giants at who starred in .i'n;;. :; : I ; e '
Coach Julius agreement to defend the Rose Howl game /.d GJt..:.:. A'J"G.. / POWDER..,' i' ;'. -r--- ..a f .i:%;,
ast won't have to face the pitching of Lefty Guinyard reports. his r.tiddleweiglt title against Jlinnesota in .'l:; \ f
:onelli and the home run hitting KirkLand.. One of the most familiar against Gene*Fullmer ,Passadena Californialast cannot supply you *& $ SHAVING"P 'WbE ;
of the group in Philadelphia i January, 2. 'SEND. .!l0rtht8! ? MAGIC TEAM MATES jf P.o.Boi 3457 jfi.S..nnM.Oa.]

is Henry Matthew, one

of the defending chanps WATCH THIS, CLOWN ,
who is always a favorite # J-

and can alwaysbe 22-31-19

counted on to give .
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hard fight. He is a : .
graduate of Matthew 1 2 .

W.Gilberta sophomore 6 a/a? t J,*? 7 .. KENTUCKY BOURBON ;:;; -
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Edward
.at Waters Col- 9 g ; ': J".

lege and a varsity ,....-y.! ...
football player for 47-29-86 ','

the past two years 179-69-146 _. .....ri .

of Kenneth the most VilsonwJnicr outstanding So...... ..., ..., :. 1. : .,; : ; :: ,. '"- .
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the Naval Air Station H* works It mil .r0u4
in 1950is a freshaan ; :
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at New Stanton.He was 38-82-95 '.
TRAIN YOURSELFFor also a runnerup with I ,.
rrfa.nts Days Are Xuabercd"ltealth \ "
the
the finals in AAU .
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A Profession contest in 1958. Wilson -
Paying tune Can Be YourS'When .,.. .
is smooth, working : .. j
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In 26 Weeks :' '"r, able fighter who shouldbe Days,Lucky Colors Etc. ...
to give a good
Send $2.00 for your .;, -
account of himself .
NEW CLASSES NOW FORMING. Horoscope Guide For : '- : .
Willie London former 9iY
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YES You'll always be obU to find work student at RalphJ. ... .: > = ;:
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YES-You'll ..Ic. good moneyYESY.Y'll '11 Bunch High School and mail to ZODIAC 4:. .. A' "Jt'''q : ..,--,',,'. -
hevo good working conditions of Woodbine, Georgiais Post Office Box 561 ,> i "_\: c; ..
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Xlrban- Uagu\ .* : First Baptist Djst.'s i I I Mt. Ararat,'Anthem t A ONYANN '[.WANTED honestly desire: Men to and face women their Who"al-

''Drive Reaches Meet Here Sun. Choir WEE WASH IT 'coholic problems. Free meetings{(l
Anniversary
C : f ('Mondays and Fridays. 7:30 P-MJ) NOW'S THE TIME TO ORDER
'. Clara White Bldsr..._Room 305. "}
,Final l Staga' Rer.S. Hartsfield of Jan. LAUNDRETTEWET
Monday 30 F Pocahontas-Briquets
Bartoir, Fla.,will deliver -ui- C 0 A L Anthracite-Cokt: .
WASHDRY
FOLD
It was stated by the 3 p.iu ser- The Anthen Choir of Six RooBS-Nev Cottage Hit CITY.WlOk OCLIVCRY
Frederick Wesley, teas during the B&SS HoBDt Ararat Baptist: FINISHED WASH in Popular- Neighbor ALL SEASONS ICE & FUEL CO.
chairman of the 1961 seating of a 11 districts Chtarch, under the .dircctioa -, I DRY CLEANING ,hood. |5S83 NORWOOD AVL PHONI PO 4-4511
Fund Drive, that a o t First Baptist of >Lss Marguerite E FREE PICK UP a DEL. Apply
special meeting of the 1261 Vest 14th St.Royal .
Church, 1025 Denis will f 1225 JEFFERSON ST.
Fund Drive Conenitteewill
Jessie St., their regular celebrate its first PHONE EL 4-7958 '
be held next week session Crown
ffionthly AaaiTersarjr Monday "
t efforts o stimulate to intensive bring the Stmday.Sunday's. D1Pt Jaonazy 30th at ,STRAND' SUN.-SAT.. Bottling Company CenterMyrtle
order o t 8 in the Main "
annual Urban League p. a. 123S S.n'Marco_ Bird.Ft .
services followSunday Auditorial of the "A .
Fund Drive to a SUC-, '
School a t 9:30 a.m. churdu The Adult ROBUSTShow 044PqHtATTDElftTO Avc. and Ada mi Phone EL 4 ?46S
cessful climax.
with Superintendent choral of Deal Vocational Razde-Dezzle...
stated that
Wesley, G.W.Scott and instmoi school sad AWonderfiiy Large MEDIUM SHRIMP u. 69c
the committee is stillwaiting
tors in charge.HeY.'S. YarioiM choirs of the
for many reports L.Badger o f Efeaxraal City are 3uvited.Sc.e Engaging Hoviel"N Service Staf/oft 10 Lfc. Ut .r Men WhU They Lastl.........U. ih7C1o1
Ywh'Mlmr .
from various .
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Baptist Church will of those -appealing on, "
major committees. deliver the H a.m. the program .are: Mrs BUMPER TO BUMPER LARGE SHRIMP..u. 89c
The Fund Drive goal morning worship. h e G. T. ,HcCall and Mrs. TRACY MARCH KELLY SERVICES

this year was set for 7 P...evening worship Grace H.a7.tsbys.1dst iMM !!Q!7'$ EXPERT ATTENDANTS SHUMFBOAT WHITNING u.
$15,000.00 to continuethe sermon will be delive- Readin ,Mrs It Daisy B. IflflN2ndflitl tHUt ST. AT FLA AVElN5fUCTOli SPANISH MACKERELLI ..LI. 2 C

League's the area programin of Industrial red by. the RaT S.Harts- Kelsey; Mistress of LAIGE MULLET ............LI, 9
Cereaoxdes Mrs. Alone InUest wliw of !
Jto pare m
Relations, field. Parker VelccBe age SILVE1 D1UM ............ ....LI.
The Hale Chorus neets ; address
Vocational Guidance HEN AND WOMEN NEEDED
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t 8 for Hr .Juanita McLendon
Monday a p.m. ; WORK 3N CIVIL SERVICENo ,
HousingRace'Relation3Jand their weekly rehersal Response; Mrs. AteciaBaetyThe BARGAIN DEPT
Community Services. -
The chairmen of the Tuesday's: prayer services speskerRevLavedss3stant experience neces- SALT MULLET ROE . .Lb. 98c
begins at 7 P.& Pastor
major divisions are Wednesday night Bible of Mt.Ararat.Obsexra-, sary) grammar schooleducation BEACH WHITNING . Lb. 39c

as followersSPECIAL study: scheduled to>> tic_ Miss Louise Perkins usually suf- MEDIUM FLOUNDER . Lb. 39c
GIFTS Mrs..I.E.WilliamsMiss ficient.Train now for
Helen Fennema, start a t 7 p.m. will and the. ,Visiting choirs of Choirs Mt. permanent jobs with RED BASS, Medium . Lb. 39c

Miss NolaSmeeSCHOOLS,I be supervised b y thepastorRev.CB.DaileT Ararat will appear on security. Send name, LARGE RED BASS . Lb. 32c

Dr.J.I.E.ScottCharles program ROOSEVELT, 'sinv. TUES. address, phone no. to: SHEEPNOSE . . Lb. 32c
James, W. K. Harper. An invitation is extended NATIONAL TRAINING
ROE .'. .: .
BUSINESS,Mrs. Claudia to the general 3' BIG HITS SERVICE, P.O. Box 561 SHAD : : Lb. Age

Burris, PROFESSIONS, public t o attend am BOYSEARN BLAST REBEL" JacksonvilleFlorida. BUCK SHAD . .Lb. 35e
Mrs. Vanorian Schell, participate i n First "ROCK ALL NIGHT"

Otis Giraradeau, Dr. i Baptist Church's ser- "ULYSSES"SKYV1IEW .

E. W.. Thompson Mrs vices. MORE 5-" u .
Oscar Hillman; CLUBS, CAH .. : .
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Edward U.Barnes,LeRoy Audie Murphj in
JacksonNEIGHBORHOODS, Carver School'sMother's "DESTRI" PREMIERMEAT
Mrs.Ella L.JonesMrs. Club : SELLING : -Pit-.

Lucille Holmes; LABOR; The Florida:Star WHOIBE OF USF RnWin
ORGANIZATIONS, Clint ,ProgramSunday $395 CashHoq.Nite MARKETS
Pierce, Paul H. Hall,
Curtis Davis, Marion ------------------------AflA & Your Honie Owned Meat Market Where YmSee BOTH Side f oliKeMeat

JohnsonSamuel Harper; The Mother's Club of REOPENED 4 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU-4 _
CHURCHESRev. J.JohnsonRev.H.H.Robinson- George''V7ashington Car- A

ver elementary school Under New Management 347 EAST THUfOSTRETuo I I 3701 I EMEfiSON .tu ,
Rev. A.J. D eyRev.J.B.F.WilliamsLODGES. will present the '''I 1 I I I I I I.NEW I.

and, Northwestern Junior- FRIENDLY LOUNGE WATCif FOR OUR NEW LOCATIONS Iff YOUH NEIGHBORHOOD
Benjamin
F.Irving Senior glee clubs in
Horace Durham. recital SundayJan.29
-Specializing In- LOCATION IN OLD FARMER'S MARKET
4U citizens are at 3.p. m. inthe ,
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DELICIOUS HOME COOKED MEALS .
urged to support the school cafetorium.The '
Urban League Fund groups will be under SEAFOODS -- SHORT ORDERS

Drivel becauseits workat the direction of Rich- -: CATERING SERVICE. ,.:- BIGDAYSAT
this time is essential ard C. HadLey.Tickets .
to the pro- for the recital 1521 KINGS RD. MISS ROSYLN,WARD, PROP
gress and development may be obtained
of the Jacksonville from anyMother's Club PREMIERYour
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committee in helpingto member, Mrs. Dorothy HOLLEY'S
bring about a Ward, president an-
better community anda nounced. Mrs. Dianne BAR-B-QUE Dollar Is Worth Mere fit A Premier Store

better life to all McLendon is chairman

ville.citizens of Jackson- mittee.of the sponsoring com .-rn > BIG $ DAYS AT PREMIER


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