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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:
February 4, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

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

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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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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:
February 4, 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:
UF00028362:00394

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Preceded by:
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RECEIVE 17-YEARS FOR $23 HOLD UP-Facing trial this week before Crim- '. .

inal Court Judge William T. Harvey,the trio shown above received prison Day Suspension
sentences totaling 17-years for the $23 armed robbery last Sept.
23 at 10:15 p.m. of William Obi, operator of a grocery store at 1234
Davis Street. Robbery trio members shown from left are: Willie Green,
25, of 747 North Street who admitted holding the gun during the incident
and who received a seven year prison sentence; Robert Demery,22, Soys Teacher Whipped Kid, j Woman Witness Subpoenaed.In .

of 1642 W. 31st St.; and Osbey Roberts,21, of 1040 Line Street, both .
of whom received five years prison terms.. Had Alcohol On Her Breath \ Deputy Conduct Case


Miami University Integration I .- .. I A Civil Service Board hearing fir James Bailey,
Youth Freed In A Duval elementary school teacher under 10-
suspended deputy sheriff opened last Thursday
day suspension for,, alleged infraction of rules
Drops Barriers and brought a surprise witness in the form of a
Falls heard her taken under advisement
case
Attempt Sr ther'sDeath Thursday
Negro 'undercover agent' who testified that the
}IIeLff The afternoon
University II-" fallowing a protest hearing before
deputy was of the illegal whisky sales ina
aware
of Miami Trustee Board TALLAHASSEEIt was ,A i5-year old lad was the Duyal County School Trustee Board.
Tuesday ordered_......all. _. isc1osed.4'uesdir' t. v--. f-Ci tkyi, HairWilliamsan' ..1" ;county.-tavernsRi1ey -:-- ----- ...
classes of the school another' obstacle was coronersheJanuary instructor teacher's CaSe i White- who identified r Sundq"Nov.20 he purchased -

integregated placed in* the way of 19 accidental at George Washington himself as a bottle of
Following the board's a Uegro attorneys fatal-shooting of his Carver Elementary is ContinuedThe an undercover inf o r- bourbon whisky at the
Meeting niversity sixyear attempt to brother. School was reportedly / mant for the State "Big H" where he saw

, presidentDr.Jay enroll his son in a According to police, suspended To 11 owing Criminal C o urt Beverage Dept., test Deputy James Bailey.,
son stated/lIThe action white school hadfail- the boy a dmi tted complaint of y the trial of N e w Stanton I fied that he purchased Asked if he smelled

speaks for itself. It ed.Attorney stealing a 38-calibre school principal Senior, High Schoolphy- whisky and beer on whisky o n Bailey's
defines the policy of : Wf"iFHol- pistol from a c ar Mrs.Eva LGuyton that sical education instructor Nov. 13, 1960, a Sun- breath White said he
the university with land Sr's attempt to parked at the Coliseun. Mrs. Williams breath ,M r s. Annice day, in the Big M did not.
regard to the accept- 'enter his son in Central The youth and several carried the odor of Williams who was scheduled tavern while the defendant -

ance of students." Elementary choolat other boys are under alcohol during school to appear before ,James Bailey, 3 h'f +
A university spokesman West PalmBeach was investigation for a hours on Jan. 16 and Judge William Harvey's, stood nearby at the
said that no applications rejected by the State series of petty thefts four days later, Mrs. court Monday morning to counter. t'y

had been Board of Education in the East Jackson- Williams was again answer grand larceny Deputy Bailey was ..,,
received from Negroesfor which overruled the ville section, police reprimanded for hav- charges, S rescheduledfor charged with purchas- :
the second semester plaintiff's inferior said. ing beaten a pupil. Tuesday morning and ing and sitting at a
classes which began Negro school conten- Reports state that It wa s learned that then bound rarer for ,a counter to drink whis-
' Monday. Registration tion. the boy, his 16yearold Mrs.Williams requested Feb.16 hearingi t was ky on Sunday Nov. 13,
is still underway.The Holland first filed brother and a a he Bsuspension ,on the announced. I960,in a tavern knownas
trustee board suit in 1956 in his white boywere playing by school Krs.Williams has been the "Big M",. located ..T

adopted t] resolution initial effort to enroll with the empty pistoland officials and was .represented 'charged with taking at 2803 Moncrief
fixing the school's his son in a later placed a by 'Att .Le- $118.09 which had been Road. Riley White
opea door future policy white school.The suit bullet in, the weapon. ander Shaw c' : reportedly left in the White .said ,he' had .. Undercover Agent'
was dismissed,by _District The gun'discharged The members""* of* the office never worked i Sher-
to qual- physical education "
accept Judge Baett with itt Dale Carson but A subpoena issued
the bullet striking trustee board no
ified students regard- gave a t the school by
for White said
Choate of Miami in1957butxas the older revealed that he had a woman
brotherin Immediate ruling but
of creed Mrs. Coleman a
less
race or Mary he picked and car
reinstated the chest. took the n8.tter'under once gone on a bolita up
in any of its schools co-worker ried to the H"
"Big
by the U.S.District The inquest was handled advisement. and moonshine check
colleges and univer- Court of Appeals in ly Assistant State with Lt. }tami'i1ot where he bought her a

sities.A endowed 1958 and returned to Atty. Nathan Schevitz Frank D. Reeves AppointedPresident's the sheriff's investigation -. drink of beer. deputy
privately
Judge Choate.Hallaudfs in Justice of Peace department. sheriff who was dispatched -
institution, the University son has Dorcas Drake's court. AssistantV.6SHINGTONThe'man He said he had been to pick up the
of Miami is Special
been attending, a private The jury found the employed by the State witness returned and
described the largest
institution as the school during the shooting accidental. who started out in supportof Beverage Department reported that a visit
legal entagleaents. Sen.Hubert H. Humphrey's D-Minn.president- for about a year anda to Stanton High School
-Southeast. Anti; Bias ial candidacy and wound up seconding Sen. John half and is now tailed to locate her.
Youth Council'' Meets SundayAt F.Kennedy's nociination at Los A.no. leshasbeen working i n Putnam She was later identified -

Blamed For appointed by_President Kennedy to the post of County with Putnam as Mr s. Bernice
Bethel Baptist Church special presidential! assistant.The County Sheriff Pe 11- Perkins Pugh of 4327
Betaille Dr.The board
new appointee is cer.
FSU( Outer
'issued order to
frank D. Reeves.44v: i When asked what were an
Jacksonville's NAACP Youth Council has scheduled TALLAHASSEEFlorida 4 his duties with Sheriff have the witness subpoenaed
its weekly public mass meeting to be held State University stu- Reeves was described w PelicerWhite refused to appear at
I Sunday beginning at 4 p.m. in Bethel Baptist dent,Jefferson Poland as the presidential, to answer.He was the hearing which will
Church, Hogan and Caroline Streets, Rodney 18of Fort Lauderdalesaid candidate's top advisor told he would have to be resuaed at 3.]. a.m.

Hurst, president, announced. Wednesday that during the cam 6I answer the questions Monday.
is previously announced paign. unless he used the Chief Criminal Investigator -
; Despite lastSdndayfsincleEnt he had been \ 8issed"frca a t' h;
; council' Re'evesrds. nior.J.aw r 4ft Amendment J. C. Pat-
the school "fox working Fifth a B
weather
this year is impLe- ) an partner of Reeves :' grounds for refusal.The .rick testified that
s R oenting its three- overflow audience attended ."against segregation. Robinson. and .l>a can +Undercover man' after a report of the
the meeting in ,
J point policy for 1961 Church Poland also stated( whose law-offices: are who gave his addressas allegations again s t
St.Stephen ,
located in
.. here Wash Deputy Baileyhe suspended -
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namely: Hurst said.The general that he and four 1321 7th
,ington. He is marriedto but admitted
non-violent actia1 for and said his with him -
others had been placed pay
public is urged to attend Elisabeth
Walker that he did not
human dignity; 2. Im- on probation\ a'ear the Beverage Department ,
this Sunday'smeetings :
Reeves, an instructor hare the to
pleBentation of all the leader ago for joining Fla.A vas $10 a day andexpense authority
at D.C. Teachers
court decisions; and & H University students College admitted that ptnich officers for
stated. They have two offenses. He said .he
3. Setting up of a in a ait- iB he had not received a
children, Deborah, BaM *, '--- suspended Bailey in
massive votes registration deBoastratioa ccssdssion as a beverage
at
campaign.Various WANT TO MAKE MONEY ? aTsllthftssee Baniel,6.JbeReeTei .PRLz D. REEVESPresidexislAssist&nt agent. the absence of Sheriff
See Ad on back page lunch, reside in Washington. .
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Where Do You Fit In Politics? i -::_ tJ for State"Far DEAN RUSK the establishment- riented ofa

Eastern Affairs during government in Cuba;
Polilics Is Everybody's BusinessRaising 4rj. a Trunan Administrathe tense situation resUlting
&i1 / v w tion. fronConmunistactivities r

a family is 'a job a woman shares with her hus Born in Cherokee in Laos

band. Choosing the best lawmakers is another .big, exciting CountyGa.the son ofa and the situation in

job you share,too.Your government can help make sure your h:5 F :f Presbyterian min- the Congo.

husband has a job, that your family has a full refrigerator, : isterfanner attended THE VIGOR with which
children 'to a good school.
a comfortable home, that your go College
Davidson the American economy
clean well-repaired streets,,
give ,
Good, government can you
efficient trash and garbage collection, neat. and safe parks ; .... %% at DavidsonN.C.and moves forward during
and playgrounds. .; later was a Rhodes the Kennedy years will

women, can have, a big voice in the kind of city, state, 1 ,Scholar at Oxford Un- be influenced to a
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and national government we have-a' bigger voice than men. ((4i __ ; iversity.To great txtent, by C.
in the U.S.by 1,500,000.
Women voting outnumber men
age Rusk will be as- Douglas Dillon, a 51-
the kind of world you want
Your activity can .help give you +
to live in.You A GOOD PLACE FOR A START"MR.PRESIDENT.CONVINCE THEM yearold Republican,
are casting a vote for your child's future when you chosen as Secretaryof

go,to the polls. You're doing all you can to make him strong ,,-.' Treasury.
and Healthy, to grow up to be successful,and happy in a free V. '.' :
world. But the best mother can't give her child all these T Your Weekly IIIDall
herself. You are child's ambassador to Washington -
things by your the long
to your State Capitol, to your- City Hall' ---where' a \: -- Horoscope Guide sweep of
large part of his future is going to be decided. I '
One hundred million Americans could have voted in Amer..canhistory" ,
million actually WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR +9Dillon'
the last presidential election. But only sixty ----

voted! Four out of every ten people just stayed home and BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL Kennedydeclared
let others decide.who.should be elected to run their govern- S

ment.The votes that stayed home would be enough to change By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER in annOU1cing-
R
e the result of any election! ..
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AJBES. an age when men' place of following the counsels advantage S i mpLLfy a r.-,.AOI'Ql1UWAYselection

Jax Needs A Strong Organization If you w r.born Mar. 21Apr.J 20 great store on gain i of the more prudent .- your work. "I do notbelieve:

Betterment There is a possi- and material achievements and conservative 6-70-44-13-83-674 DOUGLAS DI1DN:
To Work For Community
bility that minor differences ,as yardstick heads. I SAGITTARIUS (that)greater burdens
=50221775452SCORPIO II born NOT.23"D. 21]
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between partners with theyme as ure you were responsibilities -
Perhaps one of the main reasons for the slow pace at could break out success and all that Even if you suffer a greater and..greater
being madein If you were born Sept. 24-Oc. 23;;
are
improvements affectingUJr
which civic and community into a major confla it implies. This may reverse opportunities h av e
Jacksonville is due to the absence of*an organized Negrogroup be the question youhave This is not likelyto emotional interests,
take active and constant interest in the gration. Try to sense fallen on the Secre-
that would an
to ask be a very peaceful you should remain calm
the trends the 11th may yourself of Treasury."
1_ affairs To of be the sure city.there are organizations. There is the Jacksonville 12th to provide 'yourself ,frcm, the Tenth week,if you have fail- and poised (9th10thDo ), tary The problems facing

\\ Urban League,'an inter-racial group that performs the with the means thru 12th, when a ed to mollify your not permit any of Dillon and the new

functions within its scope admirably. But, because of the to douse the flamesof ,rather critical period mate or anyone else your friends t o Administration are

social worker approach to problems which limits inactivities, discord,should they in your domestic and who is closely allied flatter you to the a recession economy -
it does- not meet all-the requirements of the type of organization threaten to get out wordljr. affairs camas to you.The period when point where you aban- many; with 6.8
that is needed. The work of the Urban League must climax. Some of tension'may be at its don good judgment and percentof
of action. of hand, late on the to a the labor force
be supplemented We have, too,by the an Jacksonville organization branch of the NAACP. 12th. h 1 this over in your wiser friends or peak could run from get yourself in what idled in mid-December

Thankfully, this community has not been visited with such your mind before you counselors. maybe com the 9th thru 12th. As could become a rather further sharp cutbacks

violent incidents of race prejudice as the Groveland burnings agree to take drastic petent enough to offer Mercury is scheduledto explosive situation. facing the steel and ;
and Miami bombings to warrant the type turn retrograde 13th should be a
or. the.Moore measures, and find the very valuable pointers The auto industries; and
ol militant viligance th has made the NAACP famous as a way back to perfect in this connection after the 12th, you much better day for the flight of U. S.

defender of the rights of the Negro people. Nevertheless, I2th-I3th) Coopera- should make a survey you to be reasonable,
the NAACP and abroad.
unanimous that understanding re capital
be opinion "
there seems to a
financial and the
of work for
r branch in Jacksonville has for some time: been a stagnant conciliations (13th). tion seems more dif- your and to For the past three .

t unit that,has done virtually nothing about problems or inci- With Mercury in your ficult to obtain* security setups, witha settlement of your years Dillon has ser-
view of strengthening -
dents that warranted its attention. -solar 2nd house turning 230881996238LEO difficulties. ved as Under Secretaryof
Then there are a number of other groups. Some are them against any 780551471785CAPRICORN Economic
attempting to do what they can within their limitations, retrograde (12th), you If you were born July 24-Auf.23' contingencies (llth State for
should take the Affairs in the Eisen-
toward community betterment while there are others which most Every so t leadership and still more which temperate course pos- hower Administration.Born .
are handicapped by ,poor take over around the You be working
slowing may
operate, seasonally* for political gravy. sible regarding the cury starts in Switzerland,
There are many problems and unwholesome conditionsthat making or spending of down preparatory to a 14th. at cross purposes if son of thehead of the f

need to be tackled sanely by some militant group that is money.Dydiscziminately24O88.1934248: three-week, retrograde 590331296593LIBRA you think you can divide famous investment

interested in building a better community ,and in securingfor course.This means that your interests ad banking firm: of Dillon

its citizens: those rights and privileges entitled. th e m. TAURUS you should do the same [f you ware born Oct. 24- (..... 22 physical endeavors, nd Read & Company he
Some,of the problems and conditions that need tacklingare succeed achieve success i n ,
cannot
If war barn Apr.41-Mar 21 as you fran Harvard
the improvement of streets in the colored areas specifically you It would not be very all directions. This graduated
of
and Moncrief Road im No matter what happens when you are out University in 1931.
the paving of Myrtle Avenue ? wise to hide; problems
natural prob1emmay
particular
with the
provement of drainage and sewerage facilities: extension of you seem to be step
i street lighting facilities to outlying districts extension of recreational assured of the backing rhythms* invite, __ your that'are related to confront you on the

facilities to combat juvenile delinquency: provisionof of devoted and influential friendsor go visiting your job well-being lOth.ahd it will have

patrol cars for the Negro policemen: bringing to an end acquaintaiocs on the' 'Uthl2tftwhenstartling Contact the people who to be resolved by the

police brutality and many others. Do not be fooled by ideas, and can enlighten you at end of ttel2thif you nounced conformists
has taught us that many of the evils that the first
Experience sign
very know where and
considerationfrom the vagaries of the sparkling conversa- are to you temptation, occasion -
exist in this community would get sympathetic is
that something
'the white city heads if the Negro people would, throughsome weather into sheddingmore tionmay rend the air. with the are going from here.. to do so are not

strong organization, let it be known that they desire clothing than is Should you have occasion wrong youor, 860661562861AQUARIUS likely to be missing

some improvement of the. conditions under which they have wise, and observe all to drive or products of your endeavors from the 9th thru 12th

_been. forced to live. the other rules that travel then, take all (10th). Should If you were ben Jan 21..Fb. IS' Legal sui ,differences
Many of our white friends have been thoughtful and you decide to pay no
make for healthful the precautions that Everyone is entitledto with in-laws,neighborhood -
considerate and have made some small moves for our betterment : heed the matter ,may
living(9th thru 12th). be called for by think as he pleases controversiesand
; but that is a very slow,-process for charity ,is slow. may be brought to a head
We" cannot. sit by and.expect others to look for our problems Those of you who harbor weather other local and that includes you unexpected hazards to
in rather sudden
voluntarily rectify them. secret desires to conditions. Do not a way'on But it is not always travelers are .possibilities -

War therefore need a strong organization that would look obtain a promotion close your ears to the the 22nd. You havea prudent to voice the against which

into the needs of the colored community that would pool increase of salary .that come tendenC7to absorb opinions that are you should take all
warnings
its efforts and.political strength to bring about the necessary' should exert them- from withinespecially ratherU1orthodex i- solely your own, when necessary precautions.
.improvements. I deas at this timeand
selves all the more late on the 12th.370lll842371. they may be considered 9-20-77-16-58-927
to find fulfillment. those who know that a bit too revolutionaryto PISCESf
will not be slow to those who are Pro-t rou were born Feb. 20>Ma*. 29
35077OL847357f VIRGO '
If you wee born Aug.24-SpL a turn this to their\ There are some strong

; Saul Yes To Dimes Drive Tf jon WITS bora fttoy 22-Juaa il the Even if shackles you feel that have "Man's Days Are Numbered .influences counteract attemptingto your more

This is the period'
.. tendencies to
prudent <<
,--- .. -._. '- when Mercury is slow been removed, you Health and Fortune Can Be Yours
r adhere to a very con-
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a" ,,'I '- ing down, preparatoryto should about taking be very up slow theinitiative.he When You Know your Lucky Days, Lucky servative economic po.

l its customary twenty confir- Colors Etc. ',_: licy. It will be most ..

K .1 ... two day retrograde .., appealing free the 10th
matioa that it would /'' ::1o.. .A
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i ii f 'l :: ; the 14th. The climax and .:-:,.* when you should be i
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not exactly-
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vanttgeoug for 'you to caution, is clearly in the blank- below and mail, to*-i j:!; to cultivate a the habit
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provoke a complete demonstrated by the ZODIAC Post Office Box 561. f a I
of coning hone with
break unless circzmmatsaces planetary confYtions gura- Jacksonville 1, Florida ''M ; '
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Saturday.- February,- 4., 1961



Community Club l with Shower Party

In! Annual Dinner Mrs.Josephine Keaton,
BT- sister of bride
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LOUISE G. GUINYARD Serving of .a deli- the marriage
cious buffet luncheon of Hiss Gladys M.Sand
I The Thirty-first Annual Installation Banquet : L : = exchanging of gifts ers, of Jacksonville
)t fla-Jax, Inc was held recently at the Lin- -F among members and 'daughter of the late
I Golf and Country Club with Thomas J. Har-; guests, and an enter- Mr. and Mrs. William
ayes,executive secretary YM1Adelivering the T:14 -tr taining social evening Sanders of Monti cello y
r jynote address and conducting the installation b 'a program high- Fla., to Charles Reid

[ceremony lighted therecent annual of Tallahassee, son of
'j Dr* Jaaes R. Hendersonvice president of Fla- 141_ dinner of the the late Mr.and Mrs.W.
t Jaw, served as toastmaster of the occasion Speedway Park Ca nm- Charles Reid of the

I a [which included citations, to several_ Jackson- ity Club held in the Canal Zone, the event
r vine men for outstanding civic work in 1960. spacious home of Mr. taking place in Saint

h J. D. Brooks introduced Rodney Hurst,presidentp cLIU s and MrsAllen_ Henderson Paul MME Church last
of the Junior Branch of ,the Nation Association ;,R. f.q err Carnation Road. January 8 with the Rev

for the Advancement of Colored People,and. Present for the enjoyable R.J.Blainepastorperforming -
J' presented him with a plaque,followed by a presentation ; affair were: the double ring

j to Rutledge Pearson for- outstanding Mr. and Mrs David D. ceremony following the
A civic achievement Mr. Pearson was presented' po morning worship sendos.

by Earl Johnson,local attorney Frank Hampton, ] __ r JonesFrank Nellie ALlenHesdames KingHlss The couple's attend-
Y'. local businessaianwas introduced and presented __ ,,, ants were Mrs.Josephine
Ii a plaque 'by Isadore Singleton Following presentation -! WI r e y. $ Revs Lee Lester Mae Silmon Julia, Cora Mae S. Keaton, matron o f

V .of civic awards, L.I. Alexander presented -' MbrelandCherrie, Lamb honor and John Allenof
6 a plaque to B. L. Harris for 25 continuous Tallahasseebestman.

t years of service as business manager of ft 1: Ceanna Davis, Lester Carrie,McCall Fannie, Following the ceremonythe
I Fla-Jax, Inc. couple were honorees -
t t Mr. Hargraves' inspiring and challenging address Janice BellJimmie Williams L.CnpbellHatLie at a dinner givenin
S preceded the installation ceremony which J !1 I the home of Mr. and
1 was so capably perforaed.Officially placed ,Maetta Mitchell, Mrs.Leroy Holloway,1653
i office were: Charles SimmonspresidentDrJames Gladys Benjamin, Mr. College Circle.
and }.frs.tiillians &ml
t R. Henderson,vice presidentRaiford Brown,Sr., Out of town guests
Mae Dickerson Bessie
t a secretary; I.H. Burneyfinancial secretary;!.!. Hilland the host, and wereMrs.Pearl LGilesMrs.
s' Alexander, treasurer-trustee; Doc Taylorchap -'--- Hattie M.Sanders,
B lain; Dr. J3.H Washington, sergeant at anus(by SILVER ANNIVERSARY CELEBRANTS-Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Johnson were wished hostess. Mrs. Josephine Keaton,
i proxy); Dr. J. A. Long, parliamentarian; J. E. many "happy returns of the day" recently when they were honored by and Mr.and Mrs.Cockrin
c Whittington and Robert Peppers, trustees. scores of friends during a social 'interlude in their Saturn residencein Bridge Club Meet of Monticello, FloridaMrs.

i The banquet followed a cocktail hour held inS honor of their 25th wedding anniversary. In topphoto from left are The Los Diamontes Janie FriscoMrs.
the old Fla-Jax clubroom Mrs. Grayland'Lesesne; W. H. Sweet;Mrs. W. A. Johnsonhonoree-hostess) Club Gwendolyn Hudso ,James
Mrs* Jenell Wilson, mother of Rodney Hurst, tl. A. Johnson, (host); and Walter Grant Bottom photo from left sitting Bridge the met recently Simpkins, Charles Bur-
at home ofMrs.Jenette
was present at the banquet : Mrs. Jessie M. Fears; I* Walker and Mrs. H* Walker. Standing:. rell, Lavance Frisco,
'1 * Mesdames C, Jones, P* Dorsey, S* Stumers, J.E. Brooks and D* Murrell* Mrs. Luvenia Boggswith Otto Van Williams and
1 Misfortune has beset several of our friends (BILLY BROWN PHOTOS j Newman Major Bailey.
j and we are happy to report two of them making serving as hostess.Mr.Lillian The bride,befo it their
J aremarkable recovery. Davis was marriage, was honored
,
." ) Mrs. Louise Wash is convalescing in her home ::1 ALL ABOUT BABIES. welcomed as a Dew member with a lovely showerin
/ at 1434 West 9th Street after being confinedto ( Other members the home of Mrs.

Brewster Hospital.Mrs. A Public Service of the present were: Mrs. Elizabeth Norwood,1109
Kenneth Mae Johnson of 5580 Flers Courtis Geneva WhiteMrs.Buna Durkee Drive. She wes
National Baby Care Council .
at home again after recent surgery at Brew- a Morgan, Mrs. FranJde the recipient ofn\lner-
ster. / Summers, Mrs. Gladys Otis attractive and use-
* ALLERGY IN INFANTS ,tome Bryant, Mrs. J anita ful gifts.

Not so socially speaking... we urge all of : Wright, Mrs. Frances Guests present were:
our readers to light their candles of good con- Ey Susan C. Dees, M.D.Director Walden, Mrs. Gloria Mrs.Deloris DixonMrs.
duct and circumspect public behavior.We cannot Pediatric Allergy Clinic Fort, and Mrs. Thelma Hattie D. LynchMrs.
{ afford such deplorable incidents as were wit- Duke University Medical Center Geiger. Annie HoustonMrs.DavisMrs.

nessed at a recent m&!moth gathering. The members were delighted Essie B. McCloud,
* The allergic disorders, eczema, hives, hay- to learn that Mrs. Eloise W. Edmond,
Many citizens making their initial visit tot fever, or allergic "colds asthmaand; gastrointestinal the stork had delivered Mrs.Arlene BaldwinMrs.

the Coliseum last Wednesday evening were awed allergy often begin i n_. the first .. a girl to member, Flossie Brewer, Mrs.
by the beauty and comfort which surrounded few months of life Babies whose parents and Mrs Fannie Bell amy.At Florida Mae Brunson,
them. Jacksonville has trulyngrown up".Gone are very close relatives are allergic apparentlyhave FOUNDER'S DAY SPEAKER the completion of the Mrs.Harris, Mrs.Geneva
the days when you attend a concert and see all a greater chance of showing s i g n s of Sorer Margaret Blake, rounds of bridge,Mrs. Henry, Mr. and Mrs. H.
of your friends at a glance. allergy at an early age, than those whose fam- past director of the Geneva White and Mrs. ,
Shepherd Mrs.
The concert was wonderful, and I have a con- ilies have few allergic members. Sorority Health Pro- Thelma Geiger were Altafay
rt fession to'make: I went especially to hear The earliest symp- ject and assistant high scorers for the Jones Pinkney,Mrs.Mrs. Mamie
"Blueberry Hill"Fats Domino didn't disappoint toms of allergy in an tolerance will develops principal of Blake night. The next meeting Chatmon, Mrs. Georgia

Sa me,either. All of the sounds were great infant usually affect In some more sensi- High School of Tampa, will be held at Hull, Mr. and DorothyW.
* the gastrointestinal tive children the allergens was main speaker dur- the home of Mrs.Fannie Mrs.
The Jonathan McCones family has increased to tractand may be spit- must be avoided ing Ghana Rho Onega Bellamy. Horace Johnson.- Mrs.
four. The new addition is the darling little ting upvomiting, bowel for a long timeor chapter of the Alpha Louise D.JohnsonMrs.
Rubyna, age 6. upsets, abnormal or indefinitely if symp- Kappa Alpha's annual FAMU Chorus Matthew Davis,Hr. and
Mrs.C'-AWilliams
x * unusual stools, colic, toms are to be preven- Founder's Day obser- ,Mrs.
a We were highly elated over a recent article excessive crying. Theyare ted.When this is the vance Sunday in West Concert Orchestra L'Qu ra EverettMr.,

by the bridge master, Charles Goren appearingin most often caused case with airborne allergens Union Baptist Church. Here Feb. 17 Kaiser and Alexander
the February issue of a popular women's by one of the basic which are difficult (BILLY BROWN PHOTO) Stewart.
magazine in which he admits thatwanen can play foods in the infant's t o avoid,"al- An outstanding cultural The newlyweds were

bridge, too In fact, the crux of Mr. Goren's diet, milk, cereals or lergy shots"are' helpful.This Bill To presentation is lat entertained at
Doggett a di _,
tr by Mrs.
scheduled for Jacksonville party
essay is that our foremost male bridge experts egg. At a few monthsof consists o f -
both past and present, have been supported in age, skin rashes, a series of injectionsof Play At FAMU's on the night I Mars Nellie St.C. Brown, 1963
i their championship matches by women players. particularly on the gradually increa- of Feb. 17th when the Guests were
# # #'* # # # # face, forehead, arms, sing stregth t o improve ROTC BallTALLAHASSEEThe famed 103-voice Flo- Mrs.Pearl L.GilesMrs
Louise
I On the local bridge sceneMrs.Helen ToneyMrs legsmay be the resultof the child's tolerance famed rida A and M Univer- Mrs Deloris D. Johnson and
Dixon.
Frances Robinson and Miss Thomasina Calhoun 'decrease: sity chorus and con-
allergy to foods.In ,or his melody 'organist, Bill The couple
i were guests when the Zenith Ladies met recentlyin older children these sensitivity. Various Doggett, and his band cert orchestra, plus at 114 OsceolaSt. are residing -
the home of Dr* and Mrs* E.H. Washington rashes may also be due medicines may also begiven will provide the music a concert violinist Tallahassee.
Among club members who had a successful evening to inhaled substancessuch to control symptoms for the 1961 FloridaA with Mrs. Rebecca W. ,

were Mrs. Evelyn Jasmin,Mrs.Willie MSmart as dust.Allergic and t o make the & M University ROTC Steeledirectingwillbe
and Mrs Claudia Burris. respiratory, child comfortable. Ball. The event will staged i n Douglas 'edding Bells
# # # # # # # symptons usually appear Very few children take place March 4. Anderson High School I Iauditorium.

The hone of Mr* and Mrs. F.G. Cash was the during the second spontaneously outgrow The snappy ROTC unit .Th e event APPLICATIONS FOR
setting for a recent meeting of the VagabondsClub six months o f life. allergy if they are is noted forits sharp gets underway promptly MARRIAGE LICENSES
for the purpose of making final arrangements These are chronic and con 'inuaU exposed to field performances and at 8 p.m.Principal Clarence
1 for its annual Valentine Ball recurring "colds",rfly un- their allergens in any elaborate ROTC balls. 'Charles P- 1 .'f. 18 and Jennings Sylvia 1156 Hall, 629 W.
Invitations will be in the nail shortly,girls, nose violent significant degree. Committees have been Cowart i s reques : t.coln Ct.. 18.
so you may begin concentrating on gowns Red sneezing spells, nose Allergy i s a greatimitator formed "to work on all patronsbooster .".": H Kels y. 5524 Bertha
and will be colors forthe and friends o f Doug and Nettie M. Brown, 622
White
popular event. rubbingchronic cough, ,with symptoms various aspects of the ,n St.. 19.
wheezing or actual which are common to ball in order to make las Anderson t o band ',. Griggs, 2340 Janette
U f7 f-- difficulty in breath- many other disorders, this ball one that all together i n making S Sarah A. Jones, 1495

You Don't .Hove to Go to Town to Get ing. Sensitivity to and which at timesdo ROTC cadets and guests this one o t the outstanding W.EJ"e...:.,.' Williams.10. 846 W. 20th

household dusts, and not differ much from may never forget in affairs o t St. > '..d Florence E. Rush, 828
ti LOW PRICES pets, feathers, molds, some of the minor com the years to come.The the current season. W. 30th bt, 19:
infection and'certain plaints, normal healthy tentative budget for Advance admission King ,V Hartley 1136 Florida
tickets are now o n Ave., 19 and Hazel Harris 445
plant pollens and babies often have. It
r On Your : the ballsubmitted by sale. Jessie St., 20.rse .
other airborne allergens is important. fora the committee to mem-

h DRUG STORE NEEDS are major causes, mother t o. report her bers of the Advanced
although foods may al- I baby's, synptoms. toper Corps was overwhelmingly .
so cause these symptoms doctor,- who ciri help approved
7V.. With Your Neighborhoed Drug Store her sort out those ,

.1 The best treatment which m' a' y be early- Uses Stop Watch wmif.TRUS1ED
W* Will Mtrt Prices AdvertisedIn *
Any signs o t 1lergr. to for Itch. Relief

Your Lcal PapinlOOD'S tor allergy is to discover forest all future # PAIN RELIEF '
the trouble. Mrs A.Z.Grade says: I thought
I allergen
I would go out of my mind with r W&TM COSTS YOU< LESS ftif
trouble Baker and to
DIXIE PHARMACY poison ivy itching. Then at my
keep it away from the friend Helena suggestion I
1H2We KINeIIOQ et MYRTU AVINUi infantor child. I n' in bought fun. Tetterine.checked the My time husband on his !?!
1 PHONE IL '3-3597.H some children ate" FLORIDA STAR stop watch. Well, in no time at I 't.
....... -- W.'AfM' ft* All Doctors' n.ct IptJoa, weeks aonths f all. the itch was gone. Tetterine I
o r o IN EVERY is equally wonderful for fast relief THEV ME Gooo 4
PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE avoidance will result of surface rash, eczema,ath.Jete' 2
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foot and innocuous insect HEADACHE
NILS AT OUR STORE in loss of sensitivity COLORED HOME bites. If your druggist cannot POWDERS
I and eventually* :supply you send 751 to Shup. ,., ?
:trine Company.Savannah Ga. Y

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'PAGE"FOJJK -, THE FLOBIDA STAB Saturday, February 4, 1961''
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("hutches' To Sponsor legal .+ v
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ACHURCHNEWSChoir
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E TAILAHASSEEFla.Father Theodore p
*. NAACP branch president,>as granted a -
execution of his six-south Jail 8 .
I( contempt this week which will allow .

k United States Supreme Court to review 3 of Grant Memorial AME Church recently
JI' Father Gibson's conviction followed his celebrated its annual dinner in the home of
} to repeal names of NAACP meabers to a Mrs. Thomas, 1251_ Grothe Street.Gifts were exchanged
gislative cossaittee. and a sumptuous dinner was enjoyed.
Mrs. Sanders served as dinner chairman Other
,Robert L. Carte r, committee heads
includediMrs.
"I : NAACP general counsel chis chairman Mrs. Annie R. Brown, Mrs.Marilyn Frances S. BurnsMrs.Johnson,
/Wetd- who i s representing church drive. ,
P.
tlf Hopkins Mrs. Inez
Father Gibson r Hogans, and Mrs. Rosa L.,
Father Gibson along Anthony, hostesses.
with atty.G.E.Gravesqof been in the -1' 1'itiL *)*) *)*. ****

Hiami, said a writ a jail : Paul Owens, Sr., has been recently appointedsuperintendent
; lZ044 for review of the con since h e of Mt.Olive AMS Church's Sunday
viction will be tiled ,testify before school
Rev. B. J. W ilhams, actor, announced.
in the High .Co rtwithin' Florida He succeeds E. L. Vance who served in the capacity -
R A tip off oas ppa cap to the time allOwed Cdadttee which : for several
IM.s. years.
*. Amtrtemnj.oBttaa4i2ix vto make TOOBI enxeomtiy ted four years aPh- *****) *)(*) *) *)
U4 ear community Meanwhile, Father D.H.Brnokaa "seek out" c Dr. S.
e bettor plaectewUch: to. vice-pre infiltration in ( and head of the Florida Business and Vocational College bac-

sident of the Florida NAACP's state at Florida A & M caulerate services will be held Sunday 3 p.m
*** *. State Conference o f zation here. his pi- February 26 at St. John Baptist Church, Rev.A. .
1 T -r- 'M NAACP branchesrevea has been theatre,which J. Hughes, pastorfeatured speaker.Coanence-
led that a special The Joyce ment will be held the following MondayFeb. 27
fund drive to be launched -' coaooittee .ca major.The thesis at 10 a.m. in the school auditoriun. Main
Feb.12 will being soon a graduate of speaker Rev. H. L. Herod.The public is invited.
: stress Miami NAACP, *********,
need tar financial University Sh e
I ther Gibson in the department Communion services will be conducted duringthe
; aid in the legal shipfiled the College in 11 a.m. morning worship Sunday at Mt. Zion
: protection o f Father first school Baptist Church, Rev.W.F.Fosterpastor.The pub-
a. TV Gibson, according t o tion suit lic is invited to pray and worship during all
A an announcement b y The militant services at Mt. Zion.
.-..-......--.. -- Robert Sanders, NAACP pal minister ********) *
MATCNS THOMAS : C field secretary i n to reveal inHomecoming. Holy Communion and the morning and evening

. S! New* Stanton ..K Florida NAACP members services at Union Conmunity AME Church, Beaver
The Florida NAACP at the : Fla. Normal and Everson streets, will be conducted by the
Maxine is a memberiCot state Church coasittee i 1959 hearing Rev. H. Hollis Hookspastor. First quarterly
0 the 12th grade'.She will aid in the drivehe Na-
committee. conference, Feb. 10-12; rehearsal Choir 2,8 jm
'i is connected with he.t said, by' seeking He cited the Alumni A s s o- Thursday night; District conference,MarchI 6-18
"Club La Dainty", AnJnual $10,000 from churches.The NAACP climate o f Florida at Mayport; Prayer and Class meetings,Tuesday
Staff.and Stantoj Bsr7J.B.F.Williams state and and Industrial night, 7:30 otclock;Sunday school Teachers
Music Cho. Religious J president of the Jac- NAACP members College will Meeting at Central Kindergarten on MonroeFriday -
affiliation is with* its second An
ksonville NAACP bran-
be exposed to night, 8 p.m.
Pius Catholic I Winter Homecoming
St. threats *********
r Church.SingLng, danc-,.. Lord's and actual, Feb. 4th. Mother Sarah E. Jones,pastor of Sunshine Spiritual
ing and dramatics are 11t Supper violence i n j three ,hundred or Church, returned to its pulpit last Sun-
among her hobbies. ". Sunday At the state.In.terrdcial. former students, day after an absence of several weeks.
************ staff and *(*) *(*(JO.*(*(*
T First BaptistLord's members o f Members of the Church of God in Christ 4,24thand
Normal and In-
Supper will be emorial Col-' Moncrief, accompanied the pastor,Elder W.F.
observed and administered Feb. I Faust to the Southside Church of God in Christ
a Drive are expected t o,
for the fifth Sunday union meeting.
b Rev.C.B.Dailey .
Sunday y and participate
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I 9 past or,at NEW Y this second annual
First Church of Mt. Olive AME Church will observe Holy Communion
Baptist. teas* The first an-
f ,1025 Jessie -Stduring will query Alumni Winter during morning worship at 11 am.Sunday
services starting a t regarding held last i Rev. B. J. Williams, pastor, in charge. Sunday
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5 pmRevDailey upgrading po1iC swr"f. drew more than school begins at 9:30 a.m. Evening services at
be assisted b y other Negroes, the hundred alumni. 7 p.m. with communion services to be held for
choir and usher board members. The is
<< i I ministers of the Church of the public
church. nounced this Observance cordially invited.
t *(*(*(*(*(**(*(*(
Sunday regular order NAACP branch .include a debate
7 First rehearsal for the newly reorganized
o f services follow ccffidttees in various alumni mem-
;Sunday School a t 500 c from all sections Choir #1 of St. Paul AME Church will be held
MELVIN EVERETT 9:30 "a.Lvi t h G. W.Scottsuperintendent. asked to the state on the Thursday night, Feb. 9 at 8 .pm.at the church.

1 E New Stanton in the :. The Pri- I .
and instructors i n more jobs College Take a
: Tribute is paid tofi chargeHorning worship The RevEdvard Stand in the
Melvin of the 11-12 at 11 a.m. with Rev. NAACP church Desegra- WHEN YOU ABE ILL
class He is a member Dailey delivering the tary, Issue"; a brief H You Seek The Beat Doctor
f 4' of Green Pasture Club} sermon;Choirs 1 and 2 program as session; and When Your Doctor PrMcribw
< Jf Band and track tear.z and Usher Boards one "Brotherhood ;; .:., Get Experienced Phumadata
banquet. To Fill Your Prescription .'.
and two will serve tion" project a; : According To Your Doctor*

).J.IJI.IJI.Va.. .. .. )I...)l..Jl.JIIJI. throughout the day. launched t Orders. We Use Only
Monday: the Male week of Feb r:h. :. :.. The Beet Quality Drags AtULLY'S
Chorus meets for rehearsal It will give Zion Names Dr. C. E. BlackProprietor
at 8 p. in. traditional "
I IiC Tuesday Night Prayer hood \aw Officers 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU
service starts at ?' "something sore
o'clock Wednesday token character DRUG STOREt
night's Bible study: will have a of recent e-
_ will be supervised by round ", at Mt.Zion 1907 Kings Road ELgta 3-8278 1
NAIHANNA Iftnjuti iC Rev.Dailey'. Choir two Ode said.TALLuLtsEEJe. Church, southside A COMPLETE LINE OF:
New Stanton ie'This reherses Thursday been announced Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candles Sundries
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND I
DELIVERED
the
week Pepsi-Cola night. Choir 1 rehear following
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dealers are happy to salFriday night. The to various or- "" -- -: -L f ..

salute Nathanna, an t Children's Choir rehearsal Tatun Jr., can posts:
active member of the begins Saturday at JloridaA&M ,E.H.Butler,
'If Teens,Annual at 4:30 pm. All sityrecen ; .B.Johnson,
Band, and Staff't parents are urged t o ed to Endiott, ,J.Grahan,and
_ vice president have their children:! where he ,treasurer; \ : ,
TeenAge Social Club attendance prosptlyat IBM Cust :' Board,D.Wright, '
of Blodgett Homes.Her,C starting time. Class in IBM & ;J.Grahsa,Mrs
hobbies are dancingand << All are welcome. and Procedures. SmithW.H. Taylor, : \

nusic Jackson, Anthony, F_ .
*-- MSNERSokifltona Washington.,R.Madison and ,.,..,..

Coagratulattoai. from Peel Board 1
Cola to tbtso three Merit ,
Award wl..n ,chairman;
Usttn to the Pepsi Mull .L.M.Anders onMrs.
Award sal.tato s *. Poail
Tot Tim, WRHC 14WOM ,Mrs, I.Smith,
year dial Sateraayt Ito S. Anderson, and
.' Wilder 4 p..Park. Dew Rocroatio fit 0OQNfW Mrs. A.Anderson,
Ctaftr. Admluloo Fr... -
Board 2,
'* : .. D. Miller, Mrs.

MAKES1SK1NtIEACNES .,Mrs.L.Ford BoardMrs.; I

"(HO FASHIONED' Merritt,president; II 1400 WRHC I

:It and k3. 400. ,

Burroughs.M48o&rdk's. I -FEATURTS-- .
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Htywird, Mrs -PRESENTING-
powdv VarrenHra.L.JeBk- KNIGHT TRAIN
..... Sicint"A4ni a., PJ*. 12.1 NIGHTLY
.Vig1M..Hrs.
..... ... Hicks, Mri. Martha ; 1:10 SWEET to 10:30 MONDAY CHARIOT thru FRIDAY

J.. ... .I"roVBud BLUES IN TilE KNIGHT .
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WHAT MORE CAN YOU EXPECT,, from: a group of .athletes .

than to win the most valuable player award -' KASHVUlSjTemu- .( Trophy

p of the year, or the "Rookie of the Year" Fisk University "Bull ,

I or batting champ. or most hose runs, or most dogs19 began the new 1 I : Atlanta, Ga. The Arnett
runs batted in moat stolen bases with three nilfesthersrinningthnee ,
or : or any year .Y rX. .Y Mum ford-coached Southern Un-
honors that might be than those won by Negro vcrsity "Jaguars" from Baton

players? of their last five vRougc. Louisiana, will receive
EVERY LITTLE ,BOY, GIRL, MAN or woman who has gates They defeated
The W. A. Scott. II, Memorial
has a little inkling of baseball has heard of dark College of .Atlanta Trophy at the 26th Annual All

Jackie Robinson, Joe Black, Don Newcombe, Hank l.Ca. 64-62 in athrilling Sports Jamboree of The-lOO Per
Aaron Ernie Banks Frank Robinson San :. .
Jones, OTertille and Cent Wrong Club in Atlanta on E
ROT Campanella, Minnie Minos, Al Smith and then rolled over first ... r z c 5 Friday evening, January 27.
VaxU Pinson. The short time tan skinned stars place Benedict College w 4 x"

have been in major league b aseball, they have 74-65, paced by Bill jz: fr ;. The "Jaguars" were named

won every award that can be obtained.This group Perkin's Thirty points national intercollegiate cham-

group together have captured everything. Give Battling.to keep their t :a* pions for 1960 on the basis of
them more time and then watch the record jump winning record, the kba o y. '( their won-lost record of the

It was just a few days ago when Jackie Robinson Bulldogs downed More- ) season and the Dickerson Rating
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took the lock off the gate that barred the tan house 50 to 49. ? System, according to Club President -

skins out of organized baseball. The three big gems : A. L. Thompson. The

WHY WOULD ANYONE BE SO RUDE as to kick againstthe for Fisk since the famous Atlanta sports group

playing together of the different races on start ,of the :year have tF :. first announced its championship
,the playgrounds? Jackie Simpson, formerly of been Freshum trillion selection in early December V
the Baltimore Colts 4 /u v ,a. S. p r 1960. based upon the recommendation
of the and 'Ity
the Univer-
NFLf Perkins: of Nashville, : of us Rating
sity: of Florida Rick Casares, of the Chicago .averaging 21 points a .aw..r r < d I Committee which is headed by

Bears and formerly: of University Florida. ; gEe, Janes McAdoo of Ralph Robinson, former head
Bernie Parrishof the Cleveland Brownsformerly Nashville averaging 16 BLUE, DEVILS ,Q$ TOUH-"'The GlassyBlue 15 118 o f1>ill.and-U.,New Orleans football coach Atlanta's Clark

of the University of Florida; 'Bobby; Walston, points a gs.e and Harold now on tour, are receiving acid tests against top notch opponents in College.

formerly of the University of Georgia; Pat Slav of Chicago, Atlanta and other conference enroute Shown from left are:Tan Gill,Ken The Scott Trophy honors the

Summerall, of Lake City: and the kicking artistof Illinois averaging 13 Nevels. ,Carl/'McCo11un.Art Nevels and Robert wmi.anson.0n their return memory of W. A. Scott. II,
,
the New York Giants of the NFL and hundredsof points.McAdoo and Shaw hoeethe Blue Devils face Bishop College's Tigers in an all-important founder and first editorpublisher -

others who dray those big fat: checks play are both seniors and Gulf Coast Conference setto. Team is coached by Bill Martin. who of was the an Atlanta All-American Daily World quarterback

ing with Negroes haven't kicked one time. three year lettermen at Storehouse College in

EVERY YOUNG ATHUBTB has an idea of someday The overall record ": .i: Atlanta. The annual award symbol -

[,starring on some big football teE, baseball for the Bulldogs is I __:To. _Steelers! I KSC CollegesWins :- the of Negro football colleges championship, was initiated in-

/tean, trackbasketball tea ,tennisgolfhockey 6-6 for the season e A4S 7S 73 Over in 1933 under the sponsor
br any other outstanding sport. In this modern The.Bulldogs will, be ship f The Coca-Cola Company

enlightened, cultural and progressive age, it seeking break their Central State Atlanta and The Atlanta (Ga.)

dll almost be an impossibility to play on any tie Wen they take on Kentucky 'Slate College ralli Coca-Cola Bottling Company,

(teen or play any sport without either playing Lane Dragons of Jack- i'J ed in the second'" half to defeat who cooperate with the Atlanta
Daily World in the annual pro-
Stale 75-73. Down by
Ton the same team or playing against the tanned son, Tennessee on hose Iw 3. .. Central motion.
halftime and nine
at
.
one point
skin stars of the world. If 27th :; >.1
sports they can territory,Jan .. with 17 minutes left the Thoro-
r had 9-\\on-losl-no-
Southern
play and get paid for it.idiynot play for free? j ry breds stormed back to win their s a
tie 1960 season to push aheadof
THE JACKSONVILLE BASEBALL CLUB will open the ninth same in thirteen starts.
arch: rivals Florida AiM I l'ni-
season with a new naacnew president, new manager Castro Frees McKnisht led the Kentucky Y versity. Tallahassee, Prairie i i
and many new faces. The new name is JETS, attack with 21 points while j View (Texas .\ & M College
,,. .;S.5 x; James MSy paced the Marauderswith Gramblmg (Louisiana) College
is
the new president Sm (Jfolfson and the newmanager .Ball Players 18.
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and Maryland State College.
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I Ton Saffell.When the name ,of the team West'irginia State rallied in ;
Princess Anne, which finishedin
changed from TARS to BRAVES it went on to winsome PHILADELPHIAPa.-The the second half to defeat Central COACH JAKE GAITHER the next four positions res
,. ... at Institute ...Grid ClinicianTALLAHASSEECoach
pennants. There is a possibility that with Philadelphia Phillies '"- ".-:-" State 89-80 peclivcly. In 1954. Southern
,
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BALTHAZAR West Down the
the change of names change of manager and GEORGE Virginia. shared The Scott Trophy.in a
were unusually happy :
tallied sixteen
... Pros Yellow Jackets
.Tapped By Jake four-way tic with Florida. Prairie
(resident and a new affiliation some more When they received straight points to take a 74-65
Gaither of Florida A&M View and Tennessee .\ t I
nnants will be headed this way. The tie in word that Fidel Castro NASHVILLEHistory lead which they never rclin University has been State University: Nastnillc

.th Houston can mean a new day for baseball inacksonville. the bearded Cuban quishcd. invited
was recently made at Central manned 1o close-the! to serve on the
I leaderwould not ,hold Tennessee A. and I. gap to 75-78, but that was as faculty of two coach- GridfaIwartFights
PATTERSON said he would refuse to .
JfflEH FLOYD. slugging first base- University when power close as they sot. Herb Thompson ing clinics this year,
*ght in MiBeach before a segregated audience man Frank Herrera fGeorge Balthazar, and Lawrence Bailey led announced Marty Bald- Bias inWashington
of joining hands with West Virginia with 23 and 22
it was a case sports second baseman Tony 6-4 265-pound defensive win director clinics..
,
-
it the renownedy points respectively. Turner Rus-
because was
.gious principles Taylor and outfielder
tackle became the sell led the Marauders with 23 The celebrated FAMU
Graham who said he would not hold re-
Tony Gonzalez from schools first football Rattlers coach will

gious services with a segregated! congregation returning to their player to be signedto lecture on "Split Line SEATTLE, WashThe Washington -

'atteraon also joins the great Marian Andersonwho major league clubs. professional foot- --_...,.- T Defense" during the State Board Against Dis
she will not before a segregated crimination met in special ses
says appear The White Sox turned
ball when he inked a "Coach of the Year" sion here last week and adopted
!audience. The entertainment worldthe religious loose same sighs of .contract with the z s clinic in Grand Rapids proposed 'legislation for the 1961

rid and the sports world are all joining hands'o I relief when they received Pittsburg S, t e e lers.plus Michigan, Feb. 16-18. legislature, which is hoped J will
crush that outmoded system of one g r 0 U Pitting word t h atIfLnnie prevent discrimination in housing.
sizeable bonusA. ,
,
a <:
,
{:;
on one side of an, auditorium or base- : Minos would and I.Coach Howard : ",.'.;
>: 4
all park football stadium or bow rena
return when the White expressed 4' Ae .
Gentry grat- .
d another group sitting far way on the other Sox depart for train- ification over, the .

ide. The green paper with the various pres- ing camp. There was fact that Big George Y :, :

dents' pictures on it and the silver with "In some fear in the beginning is the first player k : :> s f sk ytlittrrr

tod We Trust" on it is the sae'cnlor.The presidents that Castro ever drafted from.,,the r f '

on the money has never jumped :from paper ,would restrict the school and confidently

);ones because it was handled by any particular ball players from predicted that the defensive -

;roup. leaving Cuba. strong boy has LyltsPRO
The White, Sox and
all the td
necessary .
_ Phillies not the GRID STARLeonardBones
were
_. equipnent to make good
< ( ) Lyles former
clubs
only two deeply in the big time. ,
concerned. The Minnesota Baltimore Colts back-
3z field star who vas
Twins were worried
traded to tteS.F.49 s / r' Fld i _
about two of the best Watch This down :7." ,
last season, placed 1A:1I
pitchers in the American -
'
8632-4 $ ;r _
third NIL aaong punt 2
League Pedro
1 Ramos and Camilo, Pas- 35160587"Man's return contestantslast y ikW

r44jY cual.Mike Fornieles of 6T& 8. .of year.LoidsvillejKy.1 He is a native k'WYD

the Boston Red Sox and o 2JP ,4 Arauist cannot sr T os SHAMING P S YDER 0.'itJw .
Chico Fernandez of the $1 for thus MAGIC TEAM MATES P.b.aoa 31ST sav/wa1.Ga.
9 it ..
Detroit Tigers caused ,

quite "a bit of think 163-14-210 -
ri
ing also. 21-76-54 '
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; Twenty J..e'TV + s+p :. : ; / ":
were on major league S.a.! -:: .... Mrs --.." .. .
t ,rTRAIN rosters last season and He ..... ..itHe
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they have been assuredby 'T --.:-:

: : 'the Cuban government Days Are Ntzn- .
YOURSELF, .' -, .
i or. that would be able to bered"Health And:For: :.l
join' their teams without tune Can Be Yours When '
.
j For A Paying Profession_ :; interferanee. You Know 'your Lucky -l,
o> .I.IVYies
Days,Lucky ColOIS Et .

In 26 WeeksI Send $2.00 for"your I ,
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Ttersky' aad' ":ems to till, de ya. :
YESYwrtl tar* f...l. wtfUnf ctnAtfens .
BebteMB. Jacksonville 1, fla.NAMS .,
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FLORIDA IAMEK COLLEGE Nkk 11'offom who bad darted,Rob Street' ", < ,- ., .IT'S "AMERICA'S, FINEST"tttTBMT
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Sir THE,FLOBIDA Bret Saturday, February 4, 1961
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Chips: Off'The ,Blocks POLICE EEPORTS I vision face cream set,on smeared some of $28.99 Taken 1..ucTI. & FORRENT. -

the victim's clothesand The Hitching ,Post a t I MEN AND WOMEN NEEDED Couple On1y.Nia.Loca-

HAN SUSPECTS GIRL .., tooth brush Suspect 406 Davis Street was WORK':IN CIVIL SERVICE tion.All Conveniences. i
FRIEND OF also turned the broken into and robbed, Call EL 57275ylATTDEL
n.'I'aT
DAMAGE LID VANDALISM 'water off on the outside of #2899 last Monday !, No experience neces-
Fats Domino 'car into tcvn' ,for his Initial .The victim would police reported. sary, graxmnar's'chool, -

performance and, has gone* He proved one thing- Someone entered the like to have the suspect Investigating office education usually sufficient WO !

"soae, of us just matt ready*You may not like hose, of Willie.Simp- questioned, but said they were patrolling Train now for ServIce Siotfan

these words but they are the gospel truth. It kins,29of 1071 Davis he woUld"not sign a the beat about pennanent 'jobs with ...
we are to ask for aid expect complete equality St.(rear)lut Tuesdayand I warrant- -- 1:10 a.m. and found security. Send name, -" -

and respect, we, suit act the part.On,Wednesday poured kerosene in *..* front door lock, had address, phone no. to: BUUP RTOyBUUP *
night of last week music fans of both races, front o f 'fireplace LOSSES" TOTAL t346ClarencaWilliaasof, been forced and the NATIONAL TRAINING SERVICES

gathered at the Colisew to listen the ausic and over half of the --tfJ. & '- : place had.been entered. SERVICE, P.O. Box 561 EXPERT ATTENDANT'

of Fats Domino Some pacts stood out like .sore room .and' set.fire' to The owner, Henry Mc- acksomrilleFlorida."Trade tN.. .-5f. AT FLA.AYE:
thaabs. victim's imdenrear po- 1324 H. Ifcrtle Avenue Nair was notified and -

We did not' dress the spirit. lice reported.Simpkins i ,was t, h' e- victim'Ot-a. came down t b see what fcALPHWATK1NS

part It would be wise Want to know the nee said he ,believes I I thief Kh'broke into. was missing. Upon investigation At ,'

for us to apethe naysof of the young lady in theft suspect is his base and'stole: articles h e found MATHISand V" ,< ,

the other group ini! the dark shades you his girl friend Annie valued at I$346 28.99 missing, police Save! ,'l' *
choosing attire. Ve have seen with Jimmy Louise Paige, 23, of police reported.Williams said. I/ '
were overdressed-hats Jenkins and gang re- 9th and Spires Sts.He I said he and Patrolmen J.J.Doe and We Fit You T. V.

bagsfurs etc.Many of centlyTShe answers to said she quit him ,last a friend whose name, F.D.Mack' investigated. From Your Head SERVICE
the gentlemen forgot Barbara Cu ;fngs. Friday and case backto was name was John left To Your Feet

to remove their hats That stunning copper- his house and en- his home about S.:3 0 Howard-Foster- 24 HOURSREASONABLE -

They'sat thru the entire tone haired pullet the 'tered through an unlocked p.m.and returned about SCHOOL BROKEN INTO RATES
performance with boys at 21st and t'relewere ,'windov.He saida 11:30 p.m. On his return and other famous -
their hats on.We rear- eyeing Tuesday fire could have he found the win- Douglas Anderson High 1659 WEST 1ST STREETwmm
ed back and proppedour Yerdell Mons,1 dows on :th north side brand ShoesAT _J..
'night is started from, the kerosene ""' School,No.lo? was bro-
feet up on the receptionist ferxltty His underwearwas of the front roan open. ken into last Sunday REDUCED PRICES
railings and on the Ernest Jackson, and burnedin front of When .he went :in to ,investigate and the principal's Royal Crown

backs seats.We spaton abets unattached. fireplace on the con- h e found office ransackedjDolice MATHIS SHOES Bottling Company

the floors. That's George Thomas, principal ,crete. Some of the his clothesradio anda reported.. '
1235 Wn More '(,eI.f'L'9 .
not all In order to at Sanderson is boards on fireplacewere record player had Patrolman H.W.Nicholson 1073- FLORIDA AVE

prove to Mr. Charlie on the mend. He is burned. been stolen He valued said he tea patrol- 8.8. I
that everything h e still in Brewster Miss Paige was also the loss at $346. ling th e beat when he R

says is truewe really following an accident accused of cutting the Patrolman S. Gaines saw the back door o f EARN MORE CAH ,
clowned See of us A certainbusinessman aerial on the tele- and M.News on investigated the north wing open. ,1" .
demonstrated the hully gave $1000 to a local EARN MONEYQUICKLY, EASILY'"

twist" drive. His man Fridayis
I Bull9Mit1d."the{
r in theaisley.We wavedour emphasizing the ANTHONY & ANN $100.00 brings you $110.00in

big fifth bottlesof factnhe does not want NOW'S THE TIME:'to' RDER-.rJ, 1' WEE. WASH IT 15 days, guaranteed

strong stu1f as tho any publicity Heck Pocahontas-Srlquetst+ Invest as little as $25.00 -
t ,they were war flags. the kind of, publicityhis H C 0 A L Anthracite-Coke LAUNDRETTEWET no stocks no bondsno risk

Naturally we had to man Friday i s FREE CITY-WIDt DELIVERY WASH- DRY
FOLD
be ushered from the giving him :in his cute ALL ,SEASONS ICE & FUEL CO. FINISHED WASH Write: EARN MONEY INFORMATION
auditoriun and met little way, could not 5883 NORWOOD AVE. PHONE PO 4-4511 (
o 1
P. Box 561, Jacksonville
c be with DRY CLEANINGFREE
Judge John Santora bought a for full details
this morning We even thousand dollars. Let PICK UP & DEL.

stood up and told the us look at the grand. HOLLEY'SBARBQUE 1225 JEFFERSON ST.,

cops off in no uncertain Compared to the mint PHONE EL 4-7958
words. One lady the businessman has SUNDAY. DINNER SPECIAL

told lav"get your in cullud tosmhes.stiaching.We 'NEED A JOB 11? BAKED CHICKENor
hands off of my man" are quite
You are your brothers sure that he grossesas We ,Kay Have Just The ROAST BEEF

keeper. If any of much or more in our One You ire Looking For With Dressing-Fresh String Beans

your friends were section than Winn Experienced And Un- Turnip Greens-Rice or Creamed'

guilty of some of the Dixie Stores.Lookwhat Leroy Holley Annie Reddick experienced Can Applp Potatoes-Lettuce & Tomato Salad

things mentioned, Davis Brothers gave Proprietor Waitress Candied Yams

please try and help te St. Luke.Look what ASK FOR Corn Muffins or Rolls
."Bar-B-Que that's different",,
then to improve their Swisher did for Jacksonville -
CHICKEN-BEEF-:SLICED PORK MRS. SINGLETON OR
public conduct before U andWolfson: PORK RIBS WITH CURLI-Q Potatoes3604MoncriefvRd. MRS: WILKER30N Madeline's Coffee Shop
leaving home?the next. for Baptist Hospital. Near, 26th St. I
tine' Brother he ain't done V i OPEN DAILY. 9 A.M. 5_P.M. 1929:'KINGS RpAD Elgin 4-9962

There. is 'a new Mecca nothing. Every darn, THE SEAFOOD CENTER Fidelity .... .... & .... .... .. .... .... .... .... ... .... .... .... ... .... .... .. & .... ... .... .... .... .... .... & .... ...
for jazz buffs in thing any one of the
town. I wondered what boys across the river Myrtle, Avenue andAdamsPhone, _.. El 4-1468 EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 4 REOPENEDUnder

happened to the clan give on this side ofthe 1832 MYRTLE EL 3-9337
and found out.The bop tracks, they are BLUE OCEAN BREAM ,.. ?, Li.f. I5c New Management''
HELP WANTEDNEW
( A U. ADDITIONAL FOR DRESSING)
meet out to Buster overdue and should FRESH CAPE CANAVERAL ,-

Fords on the Eastside give: tenfold White JUMBO SHRIMP "U. 98c69c MAIDS YORK COOKS FRIENDLY LOUNGE

and blow to their folk and Indians are For At 3rd Straight Week Fred offer... Excellent HOUSE positions WORKERS available at KITCHEN
in the same general'classification ,:
hearts content each Large MEDIUM SHRIMP !: once for good andsteady female- .
if you .. u. domestic workers who want permanent ,
night.The Sunday session sleep-in jobs with the best pri -Specializing In-
know the old saying. 10 U. Lots or Mire. Whifo They Let! .., ..U. 59c vate families.good treatment... "
start early and Met Herb Douglas of (10c A Lb. Discount) ', all meals...nice room and TV... DELICIOUS HOME COOKED MEALS
end late. Pabst Blue Ribbon in .. all privileges. Salary up *o $5000 SEAFOODS SHORT ORDERS
Happy birthday o BARGAIN DEPT weekly and higher./transportation .
Washington Herb is to New York advanced. If you are
Marie Wallace and to nor assigned to the LARGE MULLET .. .'. .Lb. 29cSILVER looking for a good sleep-in Job, 1521 KINGS RD. MISS ROSYLN WARD MGR.

Mildred Kenne!yWhite. Eastern part of the* DRUM -. .:>. Lb. 29c write immediately DOMESTIC to: -_ w .4-.T- ? 'TTY.
Marie celebrated all He rehashed "Y..aa't but tt.cM'liD : P.O. BOX 531. VALDOSTA GA.

week.lt climaxed with memories country. of Florida SHEEPSHEAD .,. .'. ; .Lb. 32e All Letters Will Be Answered. LIVING ROOM DINING ROOM
.
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party given b y fondly. MACKEREL, . .".. .Lb. 32c WANTED: Men and women who'
=:
Thelma McDonald. In- honestly desire to face their alcoholic
We had chance KING MACKEREL STEAKS Lb. 49c :
cidently Thelma and a to problems. Free meetings:
Marie are now 'drop in and visit Dr. SPECKLED TROUT .'. LB. 49c Mondays and Fridays. 7:30 P oM.
operat- Charles G. of Clara White bldg.. Room 305.
ing d kitchen in the James BEACH WHITING.tb." : 39c DRAWCompletely

dub Monterey fonaerly Charlotte. Charles is ROE SHAD .'. .' .Lb. 49e..:
practicing in .the PREMIER'SMeatMarket
the Richmond Tearoom SHAD ROE 55c-LKcfEach
North Carolina town -. Set)

and is doing nicely. lUCK SHAD .' '. 'Lb35c
Sm Lewis and his .
Incidently our roving RED BASS I LM Baking 10 .... Avg. Lb. 29c .

Gloria frau, ; Olga,and Bradhaa LongLneu, bachelor,Fredcle Brown 'I SMALL RED BASS .,?.'.,Lb. ,39c ...

Parsons and Ye XLde is working in Charlotte PINK SNAPPER '. Lb. 35c FOOT OF WEST

Scribe just to mention_ this week ,Genuine RED SNAPPER .Lb. 59eSTBAND DRAPES
& forgathered to wish Ken Knight breezed 3EAVER ST. VIADUCT
Mildred White haPPY'birthday' ;past in a hurry The I T Starts Sunday
\"Round All Week
One" is busy
The .
group PORK CHOPS -
his'm.J
dug the sounds and ate getting STOUT OF I THE WEIRD CHIIDWNSGEOflGE .
,Home Service Show on STRANGE
Mexican dishes et ale ,
the road. Foraal announcements SANDERS/ SHELLEY f 10 forSilO
Frank Isadora .
Hampton, ': .
will be ", f Installed $12 9
Singleton and Lord MMInoon
Nornaa proved themselves made soon, concerning '" Fresh'Fla. (50 Yard Limit)
:dates and places. Ken I a ,-' .
good Jloridadtixens says that it will be '.. :,'-, Ibs. SI
Theyran from .
; bigger Di better than PLUS .. .

the e as snow soon and hurriedhc as the ever One this of the year.swingest i: JTHE APARTMENT" .- GradeSavsage3 A ONE WEEK DELIVERY

Basic stopped playingat norm,man to hit town JACK LEHHUOM Fryers3forl.llWHOLE '
the ball in
big in quite a spell is SHIRLEY MacUUHE if Fsd.-proof, Su-=- Including Kirsch
Gee
Dee recently
Al Dobbins.Dobbina is fait materials
IB our bachelor's ;' FRED MacMURRAYifJOSEIElT traverse rods
playinf with Teddy fresh k Cellini floor
coluan the to
we forgot
All
.' TULSf. trimmings
Washington aad his SSVbT -
.3'BlG.iU or till
Itftfth
of Alfred Ham ,
name and labor
He has played .
rellHis srowp* IHk Ftet. .
nave caw to -
with of the ., HI LM cfag Custom tailored
maoy top .._
toy
us as "our henpecked ._ Stewing Charge Plan
combos.Dig him if you' / in our workroomt
,bachelor On that can. He call Atlanta -, -- .
5IU1.M I
subject we hope that .. IHEHS ,
all of our readers home ...-....:.. -._, _
will take the list in PASSING !IIt01 :.4aot i--

the spirit in whichit .er Negro enterprise is tiUlQre4iIt PLUS IEEF _

was writtenye did aboHC to pass from ..- [t- IISlIBtS TOO F t )Pn .

not make any attempts ere ownership. ELete ETWW I TUEL tlktSUI
XVCM -- '
expects te be y
cast reflections
to
or slurs.Hope you accept" -' rolliag :in de-re-ae if $410 Cash Hon. Nit*I YOU SK tOTH SID 5 :
MIl ..... tile sale oft
it in that OFf
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