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Florida star
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Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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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 11, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
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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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University of Florida
Rights Management:
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issn - 0740-798X
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public mass meeting of
Jax NAACP attorneys 'NEW YORK- The Jax' the Jacksonville NAACP
Earl M. Johnson and I Parade1 bandit who Youth Council will be

Said Stolen HereTrio :. Leander Shaw Monday daringly robbed the held Sunday, startingat
started taking dep- first Federal Savings 4 p.m. in St. Paul
ositions from Duval I and Loan Association AME Church,>fyrtle Ave
School officials rela- at Julia and Adams and 13th Street.
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v: Bound To Criminal Dismissal Charges Upheld segregated school while thousands watched spokeSEnanthis
system is being main- the Nov. 11 Armistice week's meeting will

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Against Deputy In a suit filed here last year was nabbedby. cussion on the historyorganiatf.on

Three Jaxonscharged with stealing a nd selling Following two days of length testimony, dismissal last Dec. 6the NAACP police in Harlem and of
an estimated $40,000 worth of cigarettesand charges against Duval deputy James C. charges thatthe Duval Wednesday following a the National Associa-
cigars from their employer nera bound over Bailey' cited lySheriff Dale Carson with :bringing school system 'practiced Harlem Bank robbery. tion for the Advancement -
from Justice of. P.eace. to Criminal court .under disrepute qn the sheriff office were 'upheld school segrega- Soon after his cap- of Colored People
h eaTy'iN last% k"t' : '- Monday''following 30- minuses of, deliberation tion in that,budgets, ture, Fred Wilson,29, which is celebrating
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hearing before Justice Bailey was charged. robbed
racial basis.The suit the Jackson Another innovation
popular -
of Peace Dorcas Drake with being present in
against the local ville Federal Loan and which
court John Davis Jr. the Big M grocerystorey was
AhY school system was Savings Association instituted this
36of 1851 W.23rd St. 3803 Moncrief filed in behalf of 14 last Nov. 11 and the is the year and
Road raid question
during a by
Cleveland Sease,33of 4 Negro students here First Federal Bank of which is
answer period
vice members and
20th St.and Robert squad
1177 Plaintiffs have ask Miami of $4,900 o n in
S state participated by;
Iadson,30of 2390 beverage agents. ..ty ed the U.S. District Jan. 6 of this ;year. audience and youth
The raiders seized
Lantana Ave., pleaded court to end such bi- .' New York police said council members.
several bottles of
guilty to charges and paid whiskey and 18-tax 1t racial practices, and Wilson robbed the Em Also to be discussed

were bound over to half pint bottles of '.,.. Criminal Court under $2,558Savings
of publicinstructioDIah
of wait maMmoth
moonshine whiskey in Y. voter registration -
$5,000 bond each.Bond
the Brant in line to reach thetellera drive whichis
originally set at store. Testimonyrevealed and the Board of pub-
I CLEVELAND SEASE I II that the cage then scheduled to beginin
$10,000 for each de- lic instruction to offer shoved an
store had no licenseto empty paper the very near future
fendant.
: sell either beeror a plan for full bag at the teller and the spokesman
The three men was
legal1ddskey. JAMES. C. BAILEY integration of public said, "Fill it up." added.There is no ad-
charged with stealingand .. Most of the evidence ..Accused By Informer schools here. I The bandit ran out of
selling tobacco In contention, the the bank before the alarm mission charge for
products during a two produced againstBailey's partment car and accused school. board,through could be sounded those interested in
year period while they ; presence was of intoxication a series of motions, ', A passer-by; say Wilson attending the weekly
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were employed b y the ati levied by infonaerwho Riley; Whitea Relating further to has asked for dismissal enter the Hotel Teresa meetings and the general -

Fred Brooks Cigar Co. r police the incident*, Arnold of the suit, and informed police who public is urgedto
stated
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It was learned that t said, ."1. was, shocked elimination of certain apprehended him in a attend
the store Nov.l3
the three men were and on when I;_ learned the portions of the bill hotel room following a
picked up after deputy saw Bailer there sheriff wanted to fire of complaints and floor-by-floor search.
sheriff Al Rowland had when he (White) purchased him (Bailey) even if seeks a more definiteinterpretation Police found the bank Jaxon Among

tested Davis on a poly- some whiskey. everything they said of so- loot in a suit case,also -
graph. T White attempted to ."" called racial discrimination Students Cited
I ROBERT LADSON I support his statement was true.I in the local a toy. gun and sunglasses

Tampa Parks by woman saying with that him he hada at I Wins Approval. public schools Police said Wilson} By U. S. Army

Mix Suit Due that time and had purchased 4F U. S was after paroled 33-ffionths in 1957
some beer for 3s ; CourtMulls serving TALLAHASSEE-The Department -
her.Vhen t woman was of a 10year sentence of the Anny
TAMPA---U.S. District
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Court Judge George W. dressed
Wilson said he
the last of four Florida
Whitehurst hearing names
ruled
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day that"there is such Mondayshedenied ever SuitPES4COLMA University
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proof submittedwthat he Baileyor ever having Federal .of' race. selected to receive

turned down a motion been in the Big M. .District Judge has set If his findings concur -, .Regular Army Can-
for suoEary Judgementin Bailey denied the in.- March 1 as the date ; with that of' the missions upon gradua-
44 foraer's statementthat when he will decide plaintiffs Cars- tion as Distinguished
suit
a tointegrato --- he vas at the Big whether racial discrimination well reportedly stated Military Students.
Tampa municipally I DAVIS H o& Nov.13, but did { has been that he will give the Cadets selected to

owned city parks. Slates Program admit being there ROBERT C. WEAVERCOHFIRIII7d practiced by the school system a spec- receive Regular Army
Judge: Whitehurst ordered while off duty on Nov. Florida county school ific tine to desegregate Consaissions andbranch
an imediata TALLAEUSSEE.FlcrideA. 20 to purchase cigarettes system. the schools. assignments are the
trial o n. the suit at and H. University He further : speedy Federal District Court ,.Testimony was heard Brigade Commander,Cadet -
the earliest possibledate. President George W.' stated that while action urged Thursday Judge Harold Carswell from parents of ten Co.Richard Hinton

Gore Jr. has the responsibility therea friendoffered by President Kennedy, stated! Monday that he Negro children stating Finance Corps, Fort
Francisco Rodriguez, of orga- him a drink. Dr.Robert C.Weaver of has taken under advisement that their children I Lauderdale, Cadet Lt.
NAACP attorney who is nizing the program for Defense Atty* Walter New York 1t1Mconfimed- allegation lived closer to white Col. Tyrone Fletcher,
representing N e g r a the annual meeting of C.Arnold cited a previous .. as federal housingaAsinistrator from parents of Negro schools than the ones Infantry, De F u niale
plaintiffs said h e the Association o f case in which by these children that the Es- which they attended. Springs; Cadet Major
would appeal Judgelihiteh College Honor Societies Raputy Fred Brown was \ftte. Weave .'s appointment cambia County school ALvin Frid.ie,Infantry
sat's decisionat that will con- suspended for 30 days gives Matfee system has been deny- Malaria Still a Problem Jacksonville for-
Malaria still exists In about
once t o the Fifth. vene at Wayne State after having been involved highest federal ing 12 Negro children one-third of the American Continent -- mer Brigade Germander
Court o t Appeals i a* University:fo! Detroit, in aa accident govenaent post ever admission to all-white *, according to the World Cadet Col.diffordMc-

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-a that slum areas, do exist in Jacksonville. last of the fact that they may have come in these areas via City Board of Health. At right, two Negro tots are seen
i < night during the hearings held in the City ComB helecopter a.\ seek the votes that helped elect them to playing in a filth and disease ridden lot near their
s.; in rooms, Senator Wayne Ripley stated he wa s una- otric r ...here are some 'of Jacksonville slums. At left vermin ridden 'homes seen in background.
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public mass meeting of
Jax NAACP attorneys 1mi YORK- The Jazz the Jacksonville NAACP
. r Earl M. Johnson and 'Parade' bandit who Youth Council will be

:r .S Stolen t I Here Leander Shaw Monday daringly robbed the held Sunday, startingat
= .:; started taking dep- First Federal Savingsand 4 p.m in St. Paul
ositions from Duval Loan Associationat AME Church,}Hyrtl Ave
School officiaLs relative Julia and Adams and 13th Street.
to charges thata Streets of $4,900 According to a youth
,.; Trio Bound To Criminal Dismissal Charges Upheld segregated school. while thousands watched spokesmanthis
system is being main- the Nov. 11 Armistice week's meeting will
Court 'Under 'Heavy Bond tained here. Day parade here feature a panel discussion I i
{ Against Duval Deputy In a suit filed here last year was nabbed on the history ''i
.
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Three Jaxonscharged with stealing and selling Following two days of length testimony, dismissal last Dec. 6the NAACP by. police in Harlem and organization of i
an estimated $40,000 worth of cigarettesand charges against Duval deputy James C. charges thatthe Duval Wednesday following a the National Associa- I
cigars from their employer ware bound over ,Bailey cited tySheriff Dale Carson with bringing school system 'practiced Harlem Bank robbery. tion for the Advance-
'' from Justice,of Peace to Criminal court -under. .disrepute on the sheriff's office were 'upheld school segregation Soon after his capture ment of Colored People
heavy bond! last week., .;- ': : :_ ; : '- Monday-following 30aines of deliberation in that budgets, Fred Vilson,29, which celebrating
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are designed on a bi- police that had niversary. .
before Justiceof Bailey was charged :
racial basis.The suit robbed the Jackson t
Another innovation
Peace Dcrcas Drake% with being present against the local vine Federal Loan and which popular -
court, John Davis Jr. the Big M school system was Savings Associationlast was
instituted this
36of 1851 W.23rd St. ACLEVELAND-T store, 3803 filed in behalf of 14 ', Nov. 11 and the is the year and
Cleveland Sease,33of Road during a raid Negro students here First Federal Bank of question
which is
1177 20th St.and Robert vice squad members Plaintiffs have ask- Miami of $4,900 o n answer period in
Iedson,30of'2390 state beverage ed the U.S. District Jan. 6 of this year. participated audience and youth by
Lantana Ave., pleaded The raiders court to end such bi- "' New York police said council members.

guilty to charges and paid several bottles and of racial practices, and I Wilson robbed the Bn- Also to be discussed
whiskey
were bound over to to direct the superintendent pire Savings Bank will be plans for themaanoth
v halt pint bottles
Criminal Court under moonshine whiskey of publicinstructfonIah of $2 558 when he waited voter regis-
$5,000 bond each.Bondwas the Brant in line to reach the tration drive whichis
originally set at SEASE I II revealed store.that and the Board of pub- teller's cage, then scheduled to beginin
$10,000 for each de- lic
instruction offer
fendant.The r store had no ____ to shoved an empty paper the very near future
mn a plan for full bag at the teller and
to sell either the spokesman
three men were integration of public said, Pill it up." added.There is no admission -*
or legal whiskey.
charged with stealing schools here
The bandit ran out of
and selling tobacco Most of the In contention, the the bank before the alarm charge for
products during a two t produced a gai n : ac- school board,through could be sounded. those interested in
year period while they Bailey's presence a series of motions, A passer-by saw Wilson attending the weekly
were employed b y the J levied by Riley' to has asked for dismissal enter the Hotel Teresa meetings and the general -
Fred Brooks Cigar Co. a police old of the suit, and informed police who public is urgedto
stated that he
It was learned that t was elimination of certain ', apprehended him in a Attend.
the store
the three men were and on ; the portions of the bill hotel ,roam following a
picked up after' deputy saw Bailer fire of complaints and
sheriff Al Rowland had when chased he (White) pu : if seeks a more definiteinterpretation Police floor-by-floor found the search.bank Jaxon Among

tested Davis ona poly awe said of so- loot in a suitcase also
-
graph. I ROBERT LAmON. I support White his attempted state called racial disciim- a toy gun and sun Students Cited
ination in the local
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Tampa Parks .. by woman saying with that him he de-destated I public schools. glasses.Police said Wilson I I' By U. S. Army
was paroled in 1957
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that? tiDe and had
Mix Suit Due chased scee beer U. S; Court after serving 33-months TALLAHASSEE-Thc Department -
of a 10year sentence '
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her.Vhen the woman of the Army
TAHPA---U.S. District for
supoenaed and Mulls School'Mixing robbery. Dapper recently announced
Court Judge George W. dressed Wilson said he
Whitehurst ruled Thursday to the hearing 4v 4 names of four FloridaA
that"there is such j i Monday,she denied Suit spent the robberies & M University ROTC
a difference in the having known money on high living. cadets who have been

proof submitted"that he Baileyor ever PEt ACOLA-A Federal .of race. selected to receive
turned down a motion S' .."1I been in the Big M* .District Judge has set If his findings concur -, .Regular Army Canmissions -
for smeary judgement ,Bailey denied t March 1 as the date ; with that of the upon gradua-
foraerfi state when he will decide plaintiffs,Judge Qars- tion as Distinguished
in suit integrate .
a that he was at the whether racial discrimination well reportedly stated Military Students.
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Tampa vs municipally I I H oa Nov.131 but has been that he will give the Cadets selected to
owned city parks. Slates adnit being th e practiced by the school system a specific receive Regular Army
Judge Whitehurst ordered Program while off duty on Florida county school tine: to desegre- Commissions andbranch
an 'immediate TALLAHASSEE-Fl 20 to purchase system. gate the schools assignments are the
trial o n. the suit at A. and M. University ar ttes. H* Federal District Court Testimony was heard Brigade C trnander,Ca-
the earliest possibledate. President George W.* that .y Judge Harold Carswell from parents of ten let Co.Richard Hinton
Gore Jr. has the responsibility there,& stated Monday that he Negro children stating Finance Corps, Fort
Francisco: Rodriguez, of organizing his adriak. of. has taken under advisement .that their children Lauderdale, Cadet Lt.
NAACP attorney who is the program for Defense Atty. allegation lived closer to white Col. Tyrone Fletcher,
representing N e g r a the annual meeting of G.Arnold cited a D g from parents of Negro schools than the ones Infantry, De F u niak
plaintiffs said h e the Association o t vious case in the children that the Es- which they attended. Springs; Cadet Major
would appeal Judge College Honor Societies Deputy Fred Brown ap- cambia County school ALvin Fridie,Infantry
Vfhitebmtts decisionat that will con suspended for 30 biz' system has been deny- Malaria Still a Problem' Jacksonvilleand for-
Malaria still exists in about
once t o the FifthOou vene at Wayne State after having been ing 12 Negro children one-third of the American Continents mer Brigade Commander
t o f Appeals i v University:i,Detroit, volved is aa ever admission to all-white according to the World Cadet Col.Clifford Mc-
Health The disease '
New Or1..... Organization.
Duf .
schools because fyInfantryMLami1)
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i Kennedy Administration was Robert SMcNamara, -
.HaiBa? Address: : ; 1 ,(26 44president of Ford Motor Co.and a registered "..

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1I11da Woolen .Circulation Dept. Francisco nation's second largest -
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Does it make you, nervous to realize that a torts degree f ran Harvard I in the event of

:bunch of strangers are getting together to plan University i n war but, rather, so

ways of spending your money? Well it 'should, 1939. For the next strong it can maintainthe

because the 87th Congress is now in session and 1 A three years he servedas peace."

there vil; be strong pressure to undertake new Ct. k ; assistant professorof CHIEF ]enforcement
business adminis- officer for the country -
programs more costly than any that have gone
before The question of whether the American i : i tration at Harvard. during the new Administration -

taxpayers can pay the bill should come first, .r McNamara left Harvardto will be

but it won't,' in the minds of.many lawmakers, '_ ,j .-'Ii I serve in the Air 35yearold -
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the free .spending philosophy that has J t- "
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money and brought this country to the \ I

point where every employed person works four war's end.He joined hisBrother;,

months out of the year just to pay taxes. LEADERSHIP FROM THE WHITE HOUSECAN STEM THE TIDE Ford in 1946and rose -

Govemnent-local,state and national-is forcedto '. -:, rapidly to head theYour for the iirtclrey ;

seek tax,money from every conceiyalbe source I I post o f

and in maxLmra afflountf in a losing battle to I ROBERT F.

keep up with spending programs Many of these I Weekly General.KSNNEOT -

'taxes are ill-conceivedunfair. and self-defeat Kennedy gained na-' '
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ing One of the outstanding cases is the federal : Horoscope tionvide fame duringthe
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WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR three years of the
10 a' -
and state gas taxes npw' average cents McClellan specialSenate

gallon and this is close to 50 per cent of the BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL committee / ch

price (before tax) of every gallon of gas you I By 0 PABLO The ASTROLOGER he served as chief

put in your car. Although gasoline is a basic counsel.Prior to that

necessity, fueling the motor vehicles that have ,ARIES fruits they are will- vious misunderstandingThe morale and intellectual he had been an attor-
become essential to our whole way of living, it Born March 21 thru April 19
ing to yield(22nd.Itwould ( ) 18th should be a powers ney in the Justice
carries higher tax than such exclusive luxuries The solar eclipse
a
be mistake which he will
a to very important day to 7-66- -12-92-i65( Dept
mink coats and (15th) due notice
Perft
as e. gives and headandlater
expect even more, the Virgos who haveinotioral now wasa
There is evidence that the "temporary" one cat that your first consideration tb exert pressures interests CAPRICORN member of the Demo-
federal tax imposed should Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19
increase in the U. S. gasoline be
where they i.ill be or who have anything cratic staff of the
about a year ago many have been the straw strictly egotistical.There .
resented Senate Committee
or even actively to do with teenagersand on
that broke the camel back.Mstate officialsare are recurring The solar eclipse,
opposed(25th). their activities. Governnent Operations
reportedly worried because gasoline tax receipts signs of stresses and You would obtain much 7-88-40-15-24-784 announced for the 15th during the McCarthy

-a direct indic ation of consumption strains in your financial greater satisfaction SCORPIO tends to depress your era.
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are not reaching hoped for levels. departments, and and can place much Born Oct. 20 thru Nov. 20 spirits and cause you A graduate of the

Both fairness and reason dictate that this you ,should review your'ambitious more reliance on oth- The solar eclipse, to see the darker side University of Virginia
tax be allowed to expire on sChedule objectivesif life in
"temporary" of generalBe
ers, if you take up due on the 15th,may law school, Kennedywent
June' 30, 1961. Extending it, or worse yet, they lie at the these or4 other impor- not be considered very subdued in your from his post

increasing it, would be a perfect example of apublic source of you r tant matters on the particular]y propitious reactions on the 17thto with the McClellan
be donned attitude. curtroubles(17th.Jupiter those who
disarm
27th. I for the pursuit committee into the !

Saturn, in -9-44-50-14-27-945. of romancepleasure, may be trying to get political arena, managing -*
BUSINESS AIDS EDUCATION your solar 12th house LEO or the good graces of you to com promise his brother's

should enable you to 'Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 yourselfand your alliances successful drive
Recognizing necessity for academic freedom chance.Your own sense to
and the importance to a free people of indepen- fulfill some of your The solar eclipse of of wellbeing couldbe for reasonsof win the Democratic

dent institutions of educationAmericanbusiness hopes through the the 15th acts as a affected, on the their o'.i1. Jupiter nominationHe continued -

I ana industry has extended its support to suchinstitutions sacrifices and meri- warning that you 12th, if you expose conjunct Saturn(;nth) as the Kennedy

to an ever-greater degree in recent torious. deeds of the should ret hazard your yourself needlessly to may limit your customary campaign manager for

years. One example of this trend is found in. past.25590fl.91.259 personal or mutual the mercies of a expansivenessbuteven the November election

Standard Oil of New Jersey's Esso E d u cation. holdings to the vagaries fickle climate.Jupiter if you are not Kennedy has said that

Foundation. Since it was organized in 1955 the Born TAURUS 20 of chanc e, or conjunct 'Saturn shows aware of the factit one of the main tar-
April thru 20
May
Foundation has made grants totaling nearly 9.5 the dubious manipulations that you may have to may be just what you gets of the Justice
could find
You sol-
million to 494 colleges and universities. According yourself of mercenary take the middle of the need to keep you Dept.during his tenureas
the victim of
to Mr. H. J. Rathbone, Chairman of the criticism on the 15th characters. Repress road about family, vent.8223Q1951823. Attorney General

Foundation, this sum includes $1,609,695 for 374 I if have been a your enthusiasm for residential and partnership AQUARIUS will be to stamp out

s grants during the academic year 196061.I I little you careless about the time being,and a- affairs. Born Jan. 20 -thru Feb. 13 organized crime in the-

E Esso Education Foundation funds have gone directlY wait better openingsin 1-99-20-17-33-192 The solar eclipse nation.

to universities, technical schools and conducting your secret the future to pro- ((15th) is not con-
There is
affairs.
a
colleges of many sizes. Others have been ,aided .deepseated problem ceed more jealously SAGITTARIUS sidered as favoringyour

indirectly through Foundation support of the that must be gnawing than ever with the Born Nov. 23 thru D**. 21 financial in- Giant Filter Cools
United Negro College Fund and the National Fund projects that are terestssince it falls CenterThe
being
at youas this is Exposition
for Medical Education. closest to your heart in your solar 2nd
suggested by an giant 36-million-cubic-
While all segments of education fl tremendous that has and mind (17th). The solar eclipse of house. Just take your foot, fully air conditioned Exposition -

financial problems, the privately controlled aspect a way 1-55-40-16-36-154 the 15th is a reminder customary precautionsto Center, now nearing
of repeating itself .
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cash completion
VIRGO what must protect
colleges and universities require particular this month ((17thAc- 0 that Front, will be equipped with the
Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 will happen property Keep clearof carbon-filter
consideration on the grounds that their continued tivities that are con- happen largest ventilating
The solar of must all family and neigh- system ever installed in the
existence can only be ensured by ireatlTeXpanded ducted at home,forthe eclipse and that we world.

support from all sources, including physical com- tht 15th is not exact- bend to the whims of borhood squabblesand Such a system is unique in
business greater ly a promising sign fate or nature. Any keep your speed down that it deodorizes the air as
fort and pleasure of to minimum on the it I is circulated.The .
otherwise a ,
'Since its inception the; Foundation has pioneered for the maintenance attempts to prove -
all who share assured'of ventilating system will
your 17 th.Ynu seem..
has'been also *
it could -
in emphasizing unrestricted grants to selected lodgings, are favored of harmony: if react active support on require 2,500,000 pounds of galvanized l.
universities in the belief that to your disappoint- steel sheets, which were
and I
colleges oa the 19th. allowed to wane. the part of partnersand selected because of their superior
the institutions themselves are in the best po- 422701389427GEMINI during the previous vent! or detrimenton others who love corrosion-resistance durability -
sition'to know how to use most effectively the There seems the 17th. One of the the 19th. and ease of fabrication.To .
quarter. events of this you, on be concluded in November
big
funds they receive. Born May 21 thru June 21 to be nothing wrong 355101862351PISCES 1960, at a cost of approximately
Mr. Rathbone observes that, "Just as diversity With the solar e- with the quality of quarter is the con- $35 million, the Exposition Cen-
between Jupiter ter will incorporate all facil-
within educational institution contributes to, junction
clipse taking place your work, nor with and Saturn(18th) Born Feb. 19 ihru March 20 ities under a nine and onethirdacre
the richness and health of democracy, so also, that it roof. It will include a
in allimportantsolar the returns
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i PAGE THREE .. I THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday Fcbru&ry U; ,1961.

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LOUISE G. GUINYARD Leonard,1145 Palmetto 4Y ;

0? social significance to Jacksonville society Street, GIRL.

was the recent wedding ceremony uniting Hr. and Hra.JoRhodes,6930 a
Miss Adelle Valdemir Oaendineand Willie Frank Virginia: w
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Grayson. Avenu6GIRL c ;

The impressive rites were performed at 4:00pm Mr. and Mrs. John

Saturday, February in Ht. Zion AME Mills,1722 Payne St. T\ 1 1

Church, with the Rev. V.F.Foster officiating. GIRL. 9 y. "

The bride is the granddaughter of Mrs.Till Mr. and Mrs. Henry :_ I .

H. Oxendine 'McBride,5524 Portier
* (Twin-Boys. ,; s

Another event high on the list of social activities 1 Hr. and H ;r s.George

carried on in Jacksonville! recently: Williams,43 Magnolia

is the meeting of Criterion Matrons, held in Street(Twins) GIRL & ', ,1t
the Ribault Road hone of Hr. and Mrs. Anthony Boy.

Kinnon. I Hr. a'n d Mrs.Willie
Highlighting this very enjoyable: affair was I BensonU82 Steele St.

an inter-club fashion show, dubbed "Sneaky GIRL. ,
Fashion Show1 because of the surprise element Mr. and Mrs. Edith r

-an outfit would be described and then the Jones,2570 Spires St.

wearer's name called for an impromptu modeling Boy.

Job. 0 .
Mr. and Mrs.Willie .r.
As a prelude to the show, Mrs. Olga Bradham Lockett,2449 Doby St. -

gave an interesting lecture on fashions. Following 1 GIRL.
Mrs. Bradhamfs talkMrs.Hortense Gray:
Hr.a n d Mrs. Howard
took over the task of narrating the "sneak" Robirison,1926 Decotte r ,r tz 4,

review. StreetBoy. r
Criterion Matrons participating: in the meet- Mr. and Mrs. James .ar

ing included 'Mrs. Janie JonesMrs. J.Calhoun, I Harvey,621 N. Lincoln

and Mrs. Kathleen McDonald of St. Augustine; ct.GIRL. I isR
Mrs. Eleanor' Little John, Mrs. Mable Oliphant, Mr. and Mrs.Willie -

Mrs. Rose Peppers, Mrs.Sarah Hicks,Mrs. Leah Pete,955 W. State St,
Lawson, Mrs. Bradham, and Mrs. Gray, local GIRL.

members Mr. and Mrs. Henry 'lz
Mrs. Meltonia McGriff, Mrs. Irene Alexander, Rodgers,4834 Amos St,
Miss Alethia Fruier,Miss Edith Boydand Mrs. Boy. f

Ora Mclver were guests.

Included on the ravedover menu was a deli- Mr. and Mrs. Benny1;

cious lobster casserole and quail. Walker,1823 Francis SU
* GIRL.

Another perfect attendance record was chalked Mr. and Mrs.Lucious / -

up for members of the Kelvinettes when they Lewis,1496 W.2lst St,.

,met recently: in the College Gardens home of GIRL. .. s.. _'-, _
Mrs. Essie D. McCray. Hr.a n d Mrs.Clarence
The Business and Professional women of the A.L.Lewis Branch YMCA,of Jacksonville,Florida,
Enjoying the bridge session were Mrs.Dorothy Poole,1545 Spearing St.
presented their annual membership coffee and Installation of officers recent .Presidents
Oliver Mrs. Barbara ?brs.Celeste Nicks Boy.
Harp'ert who served in the last fifteen years are shown after having been honored with citations
Mrs. Doris Bennett Hrs.TheJmaGreeneHrs.saah Mr.a n d Mrs. Anthony .
for outstanding service to the group.From left to right are Mrs.Geneva Wheeler, Mrs.Alice
Lovett Robinson W. Union St.
Mrs.Helen ,Mrs. Pearl Mackey, Brown,625
Johnson Mrs.SuLa WellsMrs.Marvyn JenkinsMrs.Lillian for
GoosbyMrs.Ixma L.Lynchspeaker
Mrs. Pauline DavisMrs Daisy Gilliard Mrs. GIRL.
the occasionMiss Fannie Blue and the Young Adult Director Mrs.Frances Waldenwho instal-
,
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Emua Lee George, and Mrs. Gerladine Hilliard.Mrs. Hr.a n d Mrs. Hayward led the officers.

Hilliard, Mrs. GeorgeMrs.Mackeyand Mrs ,Pattersonl 03 E. 23rd
Below is shown Mrs.wheeler pouring coffee for members and their guests. Officers instal-
Oliver were at the top of the scoring list. Stre- t,Boy.
led were Mrs.Margery Steward President Mrs.Verdie Cruise Vice PresidentMrs.Ellen Conners
* Mr. and Hrs. Johh ,
SecretaryMrs.Eva Satterwhite, .Secretary,Mrs.Jfyrtle SmithFinancial Secretary, Mrs.
Another interesting bridge party was the oneheld Townsend,705 FranklinSt.
Friday evening at the Ribault Supper Clifc. .,GIRL. ThompsonBusiness ManagerMrs.Marvyn JenkinsChaplainMrs.Ozzie B. Williams, Public
Relations,Mrs.Irma L.LynchProgram Planning, Lucille Ingram,Welfare,Miss Josephine Bi-
Mrs.
Marie McClain, hostess to Les Elites, LMr.a n d Mrs. Hayward
vinsSocial and L. JacksonHobbies and (PHOTO BY JAPHUS BAKER)
Hrs.Crpah Sports.
entertained royally members ofthe club and Frank,791 E. 57th St.,
five guest players. GIRL.

The guest list included Mrs. Alpha H. Moqre, Mr. and Mrs. WarrenKohnWeaconattFlorida Merit Award Edward Waters

Mrs. Sula Veils, Mrs. Catherine Jackson, Mrs :; Six
.
fyrtice Thomas, and Mrs. Eva Rosier. GIRL. Assembly At Presenting
Mrs. Moore topped the score of club members Mr. and Mrs. Edward Free Forums
and guests to win the prize in the latter .Palmer,737 E. Ashley J. W JohnsonThe

category. Miss Anna B* MinateeMrsVernal Mc- GIRL. ffgI The general public
Mr..a n d Mrs. IerryPhe1Pss5814 third :in a series : is invited to attend
Coney and Mrs. Lois Avery were winners of club
Abelia Rd. of assemblies to award i1 free forms which are
prizes * GIRL. merits t o students being held each

The Lincoln Golf and Country Club was the I, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley who hare been outstan- : Wednesday starting at

setting for a recent meeting of Entre Nous Harris,514 W.Union St. ding tor a six weeks t R"s'p s, 7:30 p. m. at Edward

Bridge Club. With the entire membership presentMrs Boy. period, '1 n conduct, Waters College under

Camilla Thompson and .Charlotte Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Nimrod leadershipcoopemtion the theme,"EducatioDll

played their way to the top. PoIlar- d,911 E.! Union a nd other attributesas Philosphies of Plato

Mrs. Lillie B. Blackshear was hostess for the StreetBoy well as scholarship zFEPID and John Dewey" and
meeting Mr. and Mrs. Robert ''was held recently a t presented by Dr. J.

* Bartleyl6l7, Hilcreek James Weldon Johnson fIIIII!!!:"_ .._ __ ... Milton Smith Social chairman
Lucky members of The Smart Set rewarded School. of the Science
; were AveBoy. ON 81ST BIRTHDAY-One of Jax best known
with beautiful linen gifts for successful play Mr. and Mrs. James Invited to bring the and beloved reside, tsMrs.Ollie Jackson was Department.
in a bridge session held in the home of Mrs* j Lang,5616 Avenue "13" Inspirational message when Public school princi-
most pleasantly surprised recently members -
Bertram Secretary pals and teachers are
Hortense W. Gray GIRL. was Perry, -
of her Club 18" tendered her with a em'prise
Mrs. Janet Johnson and >frs. Camilla Thompson Hr. and Mrs. Andrew ""d 7 f the James also invited to attend
partyin honor of her Slat birthday.Festive -
lectures which
Weldon Johnson Branch the ,
were players North St.
guest MDntana,128 ,
took in the
and memorable occasion place
The Smart Set membership roster includes Mrs. Boy. Y.M.C.A.who was intro- win be held in H.Y.
beatdbiful home of Hr. and Mrs.L.C.MUler,1577
Gloria Brooks Hrs. Joan SpauldingMrs Thelma Hrc-and Mrs. Eugene duced by James E.Gra- :W.22nd. St.Wedding. Tookes Library Annex.

Lewis, Mrs Elizabeth Downing, Mrs. Charlotte Harmon 2X02 Wbcdside res of t h e Foreign -

Stewart, Mrs Lola SchellMrsNorma BlandMrs. Ave.Boy. language Department. .F?, %
Louise Walton, Mrs Thomasina Ingram,Mrs.Vivian Seventeen boys and I BellsEarnest jflE
Holmes, and Mrs NeUyvonne Russell. Hr.and Hrs.S71vesterThompsonl971+ twenty-six girls were
* W. 2nd presented to the principal Rowe, 350 Claude St.,
% ,28 and Arleatha Rogers 350
A special memo to persons interested in learning StreetGIRL. Dr. H. L.Greenewho Claude SL, 27. T
to play bridge and improving their social Mr. and Mrs. BensonWi111amttDinsmoreFle awarded the merits Bobby L. Turner, 1338 W. 19th

dancing ability: Contact Mrs. Frances Valdon, I assested by T.Thoaas, St., 21 and Mattie R. Wilson- 1338
Tom Adult Director of the A. L. Lewis Branch GIRL. assistant principal, W. 19th St 22.

N daises are being formed Mr. and Mrs. Leo and Mrs.E. L. George, Lloyd Griffin 5829 Ave. B, 25 54U
and Mozell P. Pearson, 5829 Ave.B .
Denaon,1487 w.20th St., dean of girls. 23.

GIRL. Mrs.S.Elolse Brooks, Lucky: M. Miller, 2640 Begonia m
I Hr and Mrs. Alfred counselor, presentedthe Rd., 27 and Nonearl K. Nathan, roWeasu 'AAF pppp.
EYersonSt.B07. 6019, Iris Blvd., 22. 1:4 row cesI
1 Leggett,1606 following guests: .
.. Miss Edith Boyd, Mrs.. Eddie Jackson, Bldg. 8, Apt.. I
1, Orlando, Fla, Lake Mann
io.c. y
Mr. and Mrs. lee Pansy Hicks, ,Mrs.Flo .r
Homes 23 and Evelyn L. Cofer, I
Robinson,3069 Brasque rida Dwight, Mrs.G.B. 3607 Basil Rd, 19.
I
Ed.Boy. GardnerMrs.M.L.Waah- Norman Hawkins, 1502 E. 17th
Mr. aDd Krs.Freddic ingtonJohn E.Ratio- St., Winston-Salem, N. C., 25 and JJ___ __j WHEN YOU ABE ILL
Darling,602 Court E., dge, William Broadway Vallie R. Law. 2018 W. 13th, SL, You Seek The Beet Doctor
rand 21.. .
When Your Doctor Prescribe
Boy. Mrs.A d'd ie Ras- Thos. Jackson, 1310 W. 31st St. *
MAKES BLEACHES Mr. and Hrs. John berry. 26 and Margaret M. Ghant, 1463 t1i1 Get Experienced Pharmacia
: SKIN ReedRt.8 Box 461 E., W. 21st St. 21. To Fill Your Pretcripta. .'t
OLD FASHIONED "Jack Collier 3201 Myrtle Ave. According To You Doctos'a
1, Boy. Uses Stop Watch 46 and Estelle A Holmes, 1171 W. : 'z-- Orders. w. U.. Only
Mr. and Mrs. Hezeklah 24th St.48.. The Beet Quality Drugs *"Ai
Codxin,2660 lantana for Itch ReliefMrs. Jos. Joyner, 1475 Florida Ave.. Dr. C.E. BlaaliProprietor.
47 and Deotis Milledge, 1019 E.
ATe, 07.Hr. .A.Z.Grade says: I thought .4th St. 31.Richard '
and Hrs. Johnnie2Lurtin.60 I would co oat of my mind with '
,
pobon ivy itrhfaf Then at my Brown, 1666 UniversitySt 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE'YOULILLY'S ____
lightens dark spots Flaceda SU: friend Helena suggestion, I 27 and Minnie E. Stephens,
.
GIRL. bought Tetterine. My husband ;,1232 Oakley St, 24. STORE
DRUG
perfect powders in fun. checked the time on his F. 1036 W. 26th
Wm.
$kin..tona., 8023.................18GIRiS stop watch. Well,on no time at x St, 34 and Grayson:Adelle V. Alexander, i
...............21 'is all.equally the itch wonderful was gone.for Tetterine fast relief 1044 W. 25th St, 32 1907 Kings Road ELgfa 3-8273

of surface rash ec ma ath PATRONIZEFlorida A COMPLETE LUTE OF: _
lete's foot and'bmocuoaa insect Cosmetics .- Rnhbe Goods Candles Sundries
A dollar boys a lot of"peat"for
bites. If your druffist cannot
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
destitute families in StarAdvertiur
Italy through :.supply you send 75* to Shxrp-
t .Manufacturers of Posner'i Bergamot"The Jar with the Star" CARE's Food Crusade tune Company Savannah Ga. ? ., .,. .
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:. THE FLORIDA STAR
Saturday
,. February 11, 1961
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..*. 014 Zion Elder Sunday, At Mount A CHURCH NEWS


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Rev. G. T, Ojfces.now

serving in, Louisiana Usher Board 1 of Abyssinia Baptist Church will ';

and former Florida present a silver tea Sunday in d home of Mrs.

District presiding Bernice Strickland, 2394 North Lincoln Court.

-- eldervHL deliver then The -event gets underway at 3P. m. with a

Borningvorship special progr_. .
It sermon Stndat at 11 *

.a... in Mt. Zion ,AM y Services will be held Sunday, Feb. 19 at Grace
kra
Church,NewMnand. Beans? 4 A r Baptist Church for Andrew A.Robinson and Eddie

/! .' Streets,Re.. if.FFoaterpastorsaaotaced. Wright who will be ordained deacons. Rev. E.H.

/ Howell will deliver the sermon

: Her Dates will deliver a *

the evening vox- The Gospel Chorus of Day Spring Baptist Church

: ship sermon starting ,..s-a.ss-..-wILol....... .- -L;:; ....... will present its winter season recital Feb. 13'
ad at 7:30 auSt8Qdsy inSt.stei1en ...' starting at 8:15 p.m. Classics, semi classics,

AWE Church NFA STUDENT AND ADULT OFFICFlt3 ATTEND-Shovn here are the NFA student spirituals, and anthems will be featured.

'iiCb fifth and Dcvis Sts. and adult officers who recently attended the Leadership Training Conference *
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Up r : e PQIt CQ a
i.. ootrtandlnganmlftini oua$ The veil- known minister at Florida A6M University recentlyFront row, left to right: The Junior Church of St.Matthew Baptist Church -
who make oat vill have Lester Vance historian Ocala Thaddius MaconreporterDelray will
country and 0.r_eommutty an ; sponsor a tea from 3-6 p.m.Sunday.Friends
'a*.tt r DUe fa trk>*t,t1t.r 'opportunity of reneving Stephens, watchman, Madison; Clarence HolmespresidentMadisonJames and the general public is invited. =

friendship with Parker,2nd vice-president,' Kissimmeef and Johnnie Stancil, musician, .*

., t** local pastors and Lake1and. Second row, left to right: HeR. Mills, president, district Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church will be the scene

church workers, manyof III., Vocational Agricultural Teachers AssociationGVConolynatiQnal Feb 13 when Kelvin Grace and the CongregationalGospel

-- -., 41p vhom he has not adviser, NFL FAMQ; Solomon Sanders, treasurer, Quincy; David Hope, Chorus renders a recital starting at 8

seen during the past parliamentarian, Ocala; Lynvood Tay .or,2nd vice-president, Lakeland p.m. Rev. J,'W. Jones, pastor, announced. The

JL5 years James Ellis,_chaplain, Delray; H.D. Hudson, secretary District II, public is welcome,

", Sunday order of VITA; sad Robert Bell, secretary, Orlando. *

11- services follow: Sunday (A&M staff photo by Collington) Rev. T, E. Sheheepresiding Elder of the North

school at 9:30 -- -- --- Jacksonville AME district, will deliver the

iCIe. with Sisaer Wiles ':'West .Jax AME Missionary St. Paul AME Sets morning worship sermon Sunday at Union Ctamunity

superintendent, and AME Church, Rev. H. Hollis Hooks, Pastor Communion -

instructors in charge. Society In Call Meeting Rapid ProgressSt.Paul for the junior department will be administered -

'Christening: to be administered A.M.E.church: during the morning service. Rev

; during the Shehee is expected to visit with the church
11 a.B'.8arvices.Evening The Women's Missionary Society of West Jacksonville is still marching for- throughout the day
ward and upward with
iCWILHELMENn AME DistrictMrs A.H.Thorpedistrictpresidemofficials
worship at 6 pm *
HOWEIX The l&didnter, Rally ; of the district,associated the leadership of Rev.
-Rev Henry Webbert associ ate of Bethlehem
Robert Elaine the pastor
James Weldon Johnson vill be held. throughout Presiding Elder A.R.Richardson met in a special J.
t Baptist Church will deliver the sermon 'when
and his staff
Sunday, Feb. 19. call meeting in the Greater Saint Paul AME pastor j First
Timothy Baptist Church observes annual
--'" of offleers The church
Wilhelmenia is iC Church recently.
a The Young Voaen'sAllen
member of the Among the in- rial AME Church. is proud of its pastor Homecoming Day Sunday. Services beginning at
dub will
many
pre- 3 will be under of the
Amounts realized by and each department is pm supervision Youth
grade.Club '
act! 'teresting
sent a bJ.rthdayre- programs
include Honor Ninthj .discussed the each table vill go engaged in plans to Department The evening services starting at
ception for the was
pastoron 7 p. n.. highlight deliverance of the
Student Council Thursday, Mar 9. Richard and Sarah Allen toward Founderfs Week have a full year of sermon by r
Rev. S.L. Badger of Emanuel
worthwhile activitiesThe pastor Baptist -
event
an
Observance
serves on the Junior Senior Stewardsmeeting Tea, an event of
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Usher Board of West.tcUnion 26 of March 6 through senior church is
Sunday February
Tuesday at 7:30 ,
Deaconess Board 2 of West Union Baptist Church
March 8. Returns vill spiritually alive
Baptist Church iC p.m.; Class meeting, from 4 to 6 p* m. in
will meet Sunday at 3 p.m. in the education
be shared with the continuing to in
Hobbies .iC the lower unit of grow
are sewing Tuesday 7:30
p. m.;
building. District 9 will meet Sunday at 3 p.m.
typing and-tc Greater St. Paul AME Women's Missionary the Masters strength,
reading Choir 2 rehearsal
in the home of Mrs. Jessie Rich 2040 Moncrief
cooking -tc Church.Each church in Society for Founders1 holding high the banner ,
Wednesday at 7:30
p.m.; Road The Young Matrons Auxiliary meets Sunder
.+.....J. ,, .&..-tc Prayer meeting Thursday the West Jacksonville Day for the African of victory and to celebrate their sixth anniversary startingat
"' ''' Methodist Episcopal Setting examples for
8'p. BU; Choir 1 District will setup 3:30 in the home of Mrs.Janie Everett
pm
T and service table Church and Edward all to see and live ,
rehearsal Friday at a
5747 Bree Road.
7:30 .m. Trustee during the tea. The Waters College by daily.
p ; is *
Board meeting Monday local president and Awards will be given The junior church
: I for the most artistic reaching out, looking
after second of each charge
Sunday pastor
iCi' Rehearsal for the Easter program at Sweetfield
table' isexclu4ed.Tancycookies and
at 7:30 pjiu; Finance vill submit: at an setup.Silver upward strivingto Baptist Church will be held Saturday startingat
walk in the foot-
cofinittee date the
meeting early name
on
2 with Mrs. Annie Bell Bennett
p.m. supervising
aaask candleSjCandies of its leaders.
steps
Tuesday after second of sponsors for hischurch.Dr.m.aine
Barbecue dinners will be sold
Saturdayat
Sunday at 7 with and many other attractions Always ready to take
p.m. the home of Deacon and Mrs. Dan Tate start-
heed and when
iCt Evangelist Zandars and may be i support
and wherever there isa ing at 2:30 p.m.
Mrs W.H. Fort along shown.
Citywide ACE *
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with otter For more details call need.
v DENNIS STEWART co-sponsors
The districts of St Thomas
Isaiah Blocker League Meets will bein charge of Mrs.: A., H. Thorpe or St.Paul is ever conscious -' V. following Baptist
K Church meet Sunday at 4 p.m.: District 1 with
of needs
Mrs. E. L.Richardson mans
the table for St.Paul. ;
'C Tribute is paid to Sunday, Feb. 19 Rev. S.E. Felder and Mrs* Elaine or any of for Codes goodness and Mrs. Emma McKenzie; 2 with Mrs. Bertha Rozier;

"J' Dennis of the Ninth Mrs Ruel of the pastors of the ready at all times to 4 with Mrs. Ida Jones; 5Mrs. Leola Roscoe 6,
Morgan
'K Miss Matilda Allen with Mrs. Carrie Allen 618 Court D 7 Mrs.
grade. He is a member Callahan along with grand old West Perfect stretch out her arms *; ,
president of the host I Annie M. Tatum,1462 Gulfair Rd 8 and 9 at the
;
tot the Honor Society, other, cosponsaasril7.be your organization for to help, welcome and
Band, cience Club and unit uQl preside when contacts today. I church following morning services; 10, Mrs.Ida
serves as presidentiKf the Citywide ACE League in charge of this mindful Nettles, 1991 W. 23rd St.;11Mrs.Marion Wilson

Union of Jacksonville set up.Rev.J.J.Cross, God Apt. 1, 1251 W. 25th Street.
the English Club. our fatherChristour
'1'.w..w..w..w.1If.1ItVWVWW fs AMP Churches and Mrs.. David Scott, Emamiel, &zpfktAssocictfon redeemer and man *
holds its regular David Scott with cosponsors Choir 3 of First New Zion Baptist Church will'
," our brother. Warmness
2r. monthly meeting Sun- will head the In and fellowship will present a Coffee Sip Sunday from 4-6 p. m. in

day, Feb. 19 startingat I table for Lewis Memo- always greet you,visit : the basement of the church.

3 p. m. in Mother Elder M. Tarver Successful Meet St. Paul soon. t
.
Midway AMS Church, LIVING ROOM DINING ROOM
t- 1462 Van Buren Street in Mt. Zion
Honored On Meeting ,
Rev. J. W, Jones,host Baptist Church .lastweekthejQmanueli G. S. Troop 318,

pastor. AnniversaryElder ,.Progressive Brownies Trp. 249
M_y ,Y.i4 ..- A well-rounded program Baptist Association V

Datorxic RAGLAND will be presented pastor J.of M the. Tarver House, ministers Slates' Meet. DRAWDRAPES

featuring readings and deacons,and aux
DougLas Anderson
of God,1853 W.27th St The regular meeting cf
solos both vocal and iliaries closed out a
honored with Girl Scout 313
was a Troop
Pepsi Cola Dealers instrumental Midway highly successful
salute Dorothy of the Youth Choir will sumptuous anniversary 'first quarterly con- and Brownies troop 249
dinner with of Mt.Ararat
Sunday a Baptist
12th grade She is a also participate on ference
varied Church will meet Tues-
member of the Varsity the progx'an.Leonard consisting Despite inclement
of roast turkeybaked dayFeb14 from 4:15-6
A dubSoftball,. tesm, J Roberts Jr weather, organization
with all of leaders Mrs
chicken troop
Cheerleaders p.m. ,
squad and citywide league President members and leaders
.
the fixings COMpletewith J.E.Davis and Mrs
basketball
She
tern. announces that heard two outstanding
plans a career of dates for monthly dessert Elder sermons: delivered byRev Daisy Kelsey announced
Tarver was also'the All members are urgedto
nursing. meetings have been W. G. andRev.Joseph
Rogers
*. .._. ._ .._-._ changed from Thursdayto recipient ot'many useful attend and to be on Completely
-- -- -- r. J. Jackson $
gifts and also a 'time.
_Mondays before the fran with able assistance Installed 129
Listen to PepsiMusicQuest third Sunday.The next Workers purae- Willing being given by Rev. XXXXI.
Praying Mission ((50 Yard
limit
)
meeting of the unit
Friday which i Picket and Rev.Baker. 1
Hih members will be held Mrs.MaryDa Watch this PaPer'for Girl Scout 318
s 10:30 to 11:00 s is president. Troop
MondayFeb at 8 pa annouaceaentsPHOTOGRAPHS .
i and Brownie Troop 249 :
For Phone Requests Members and friendsare ------- --- ,of Mt. Ararat Baptist ONE WEEK DELIVERY
EL 6-0461-2 I urged to attend.
"
'FOll Church visited local :!
.. The program speaker radio station last

Ra will be announced EVERY Saturday and Fade'oroof, Sun
OCCASIOSf. ._. morning fait materials Including Kirsch
...w,. t. participated on C. tnvtrM rods
.
IN MEMORIAMIn #' '. I Export'P .a PhT4 /.1 ,. Parks Johnson weekly k CeDinl to floor All trimmlBft '
Portrait Ws ?.: BuquI '; 'scouting progra.w or till] UafHi and tabor
1I8D7rLour loving : Paaoporia & IdoattfictUoa .R '-- !":' Featured daring the teals Eluacla
Photos & t Custom tub d
W."k
CommorciaJPietoo n
Mother Grandmother
,program ,.Girl Scout tor Cltergs Plea
t t w4 For NowipaporWWU c1iJa In our wo rboolOIBOQI.
Sister, and Aunt Mrs
'.x } You Walt introduction and laws*

Elsa William Hughes Coloring & Picitxro F.--t-... led ty Netty Riley and

who departed this life R Let T'. Tab A Photo Of.Yoa w ., Margaret Lovett.Other
Feb. 71956. A memory t .v.. ; speakers were Mrs.

hpl c.... that does not delete -T IB Nairobi Color -- .,." "" .Daisy Kelsey and Mrs -H

...... ef from tilt IIbda of these! A !$to- .!:"..-. .'-)t:. J. E. Dcvis in chargeof ; ;

who loved you moat. AVERYS PHOTO STUDIO ;'" ;,b.-:' troops and Mrs. A...
11llIrff'" .
-
S1pedm.n.., 'V> : Priester who spoke OB tt 1
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cJdldreasJ.atenen 1(74.- tkye itd.-Hath EWC. Ullnuy' ::. / ,,'._ the nmnnfl. Girl SceocceofcU

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".!!! '. :?Slf 0 'lTu. :_ Saturday_ February 11,. :1961Sdpfsf ,


Convention Split, I Upsilon. Lambda's 'Pr.s'nJ:: '_ ;


Says Dr. Gardner TaylorATUNTAAccording'to Annual Installation Fit.upsilon :


reports :from here last Lasbda'B Annual Installation Banquet

week what Baptists have been trying to avoid I was a festive affair held at the beautiful
,
has finally case to 'pass-a wide split between Lincoln Golf and Country dub recently. It was
leadiu' forces of the National. 'Baptist Conven also an occasion to honor three of our local
tfoa.l3s0 Brothers for outstanding achievement in the
Inc.
'Baptist' Convention a ccBBBunity, and three"more, along with their
interviewed
Vhem mew deal, a fair deal brides. who were happily caught in the web of ,
C. Gardner Taylor, and a, frontier. all tc- matrimony- in- 1960.- --- ;j
leader of one convention -,
in one man." '
?
J After the cocktail
faction finally: j N recording secretary.
a&dtted that the organization hour the.brothers and Stephen E.Doen,financial
is now, !5r. W. N. Downs their wives and sweethearts ; secretaryArthur
were seated to B.Cttchard3QQjTreastr'er -
split into two fac-< features Fit t. be served dinner hey Richard McBride '
.tioDl,ODe which is led. tables decorated ; ,
b7 Dr.Joseph Jackson, $apt. Anniversary beautifully were with bouquets sergeant at arms ana
s.
and the other by Dr. h I Ia JIBellingerJrassociate -
Annual anniversaryobservance tinted the familiar editor of The
Taylor a t First ,,.:. colors Alpha

Strong SupportDr. Baptist Church, 1025' ,- -/ : black and gold. Sphinx Brothers Dorn, TV

Taylor who has Jessie St., which begins -: ToastmasterBrother, Thomas and Bellinger
held top posts with Sunday a t ::3:30' Dr. H.H. S teixhiLe. and their brides were

New York City interracial p.m.will feature one kept us entertained the recipients: of very
mini sierial' of the nation's outstanding HIT as wen as enlightened
JACKPOT The four employemembers of the Independent Life beautiful and usefulwedding
groups, addressed anenthusiastic Baptist miniatersDr.W.N.Downs- Insurance Ccapany, shown abovehawevery reason to display happiness: with his timely: remarks gifts from the

gathering since they were winners of attractive prizes given during their recent .. The presidentof chapter.BrotberHolmesgave
of ease 200 to 300ministers pastor of East Ht.Zion Alpha Wives, Mrs.
annual party held in Club Eldorado -Winners shown from left are brief l iinspiring -
frcm GeorgiaTenneaseePloridaAla Baptist ChurchCleve- Mrs. Lurenia Stafford with electric toaster; Willie Hayward, clock H.H.B&rDettintroducedseveral remarks. After

land, Ohioas evange radio; Luther Gould, electric frying pan and Jaees Willie Sutton, of her officers singing of the Alpha
bama with guests from listRev. C.B.Dailey, portable, tee vee set and brought greetings Hymn we all departedto

Illinois N. Y.,South .pastor,announced. / (BILLY BROWN PHOTO) from the group After our respective
Caro'inaand Mississippi Hr.Dows"has pastored' -. remarks were heard homes having spent an
in Second Baptist at Cleveland's Ht.Zion from several of the enjoyable evening.

,Church here. Church t b r the past ILL ABOUT BABIES. Mrs. E. D. Bell brothers and their Charles T* Maxwell,
During the meetings, 21 years. I n additionto .rlJ wivesBrother James, E. chaiman Ezekiel W.
,
Dr.Taylor was pledged his pastorate is National A Public Baby Service Care of the Council From Pet MilkVisits Bryant read and presented Bryant amRichard McBride -
1 strong support from lecturer o f National ? certificates to are to be given
those present whorecognize Sunday School a rid BTU TESTING BABY FOR TB- : Jax AreaMrs. three brothers for special praise for

him as president and also reporter for ,',.,"," outstanding achieve- arranging such a gala
; of the National tfce National Baptist BY KATHERINE H. K. HSU, M.D. EmM D. Bellof ment in the cc uni.ty. affair

Baptist Convention Convention o t America PEDIATRICIAN IN CHARGE Atlanta home consul- They: were Atty: ED

,' ng pledges of support Anniversary services TUBERCULOSIS DIVISION,JEFFERSON DAVIS. HOSPITAL tant and public relations JacksonSr representing

| received were start Sunday afternoonat HOUSTON, TEXAS I area represen- local citizens Holiday Fete

,,', those of Martin Luther 3:30 p.m.when Rev.R.H.Wilaonpaator tative farthe FbtM11kCompanyrecently in the legal fight to
>|KingJrand Ms father- and Babies are not born-xith tuberculosisand ,in spent integrate all public By Young

r ,iRev.Martin Luther King the congregation o f this country,they do not get it from the milk two week in Jacksonville facilities in t he AmbassadorsIn
:?r., pastor of an At- Bethel Baptist Church they drink.Tetmore than 2,000 children. in the meeting with: organizations cityKernea McFarlin
anta church United States under five years of age have active and interested for achievement in
have charge o f s e r-
4Dr.Kingwho headache tubercUlosis. groups and the field of music slating activities
vices.At the tuberculosis individuals in demonstrating throughout the for the year,the Young
I strong Southern ChristIan How do they get diseaseTThey get state
5245.p.m.th e Gape
; Leadership Con- from the air they breathe, 'I' Pet Milk pro. of Florida; and Rut- Ambassadors met last
tint Union
Training .. Saturday in the home
; erencein his staunch ducts. ledge Pearson for his
i!upport of Dr. Taylor .meets with W.F.Tillaan If a young.child cat- Mrs Bell impressed hex work as advisor to the of Mrs.Veina Robinson
ermed the New Yorker president, presiding. ches tuberculosis is already infected with audiences with the 'Youth Council 927 W. Uth St. where '
Rev.J.P. Reeder o f because he has breathed tubercle bacilli. \
plans fcrtheir Valen-
rODe of the truly fact that the 75yearold Newofficers for 1961
sons of great South Carolina wJH deliver In tubercle bacillithe' If a child is tuberculin -, company has cob were ably charged and tine Party were com
ourgenera-
the evening service germs that cause tuberculosis positive, it is red employees serving installed by James E. pleted.
non.former Montgomery sermon at 7 ?.*&. ,that have been not enough o treat in top posts both i n Bryant They aretVen- nia Willill1S,presi-
crusader further On account of the an- expelled into the air him. He must be safeguarded the home offices 1n: dell p., HolmesJunior dentpresided Brenda

tated,!'lJe,(DrTaylor).., .niversary aervices,9m..data by a 'grown person ,i,,'"n from, continued St Louis,Mo.and ereas :president; Charles F. Graves is secretary,
)rings to the National ,, 4 p.m.meeting of plose contact with hta.f exposure. Thus, t he throughout the country Jamesvice president; and John L. Jones,re-
Groups 1 and 2 of th e f Fortunately. is easy source o f infection Dr. Jean C. Downing, porter.
Junior Usher Boards to test a baby for must be found. This
Band Concert have been cancelled. ,tuberculosis. This i s means examining all

fanned Op Sunday, Feb.19Dr. done by giving a tuberculin relatives, friends or
By J.C.Sams and congregation test, remarkably domestics inclose i
\ Isaiah Blocker Jr of Second Baptist sensitive, skin test contact with the child. I
Church wJJDLhave chargeof that cause a reaction Such persons shouldbe
The Isaiah Blocker the :3 p.m.services. :if the baby has. been given a tuberculin

I,. Junior High school First Baptist's I ;infected with tubercle test aka chest x-rajt Central Life Insurance Co. i J
auditoriuB. will b e and Brotherhood Chorus bacilli,even is active When the case of a c- J
the scene for the annual will furnish music during disease is not present tive tuberculosis is

Band Concert the nightly anniversary When a child under found, the individual OF FLORIDAANNOUNCES '
sponsored by the Band services. The five has become infec- should be placed under .
Parents debon Monday public is invited. ted, there is always a treatment immediately "

E February 27,8 p.m. risk of serious disease and precautions takento
One of ths featured NewStanronPTAsTea. even o f tuberculosisof protect the ,child -

selections oaths pro- Sim. Feb. 19 the membranes that from further contact. 'I
will be ceremony the It should remembe
gnat cover brain and t
The N wS anton Senior
for winds by John Ca- High School FT A sponsors -, spinal cord. Thuspre- 'red that, although
"CenRony for cautions tuberculosis is usually
CAV&S its annual financial must be takento
Winds11 is a concert project"A CAUN- protect the child thought of a s a

piece cast in the font DAR TEA"! oa Sunday, from the possible con- disease of older :peopleinfanta =
of a chorale with acontrasting sequences of infection. are highly
February 19 in the NEW COMBINATION HOSPITAL I
1 e gato school library at Today, most pediatri- susceptible t o it and .
I sectionTMJs selection advocate the disease usually I
4 p.m. prophylactic and /. -
composed in contemporary = This announcement was treatment for the t u- takes a serious course -" '

idiom made by PTA President aerculin positive child. with them.Prudence demands HOME POLICY ;
John Cams is apell Wendell p. Holmes and This means administerfrg that the child ,

know American Principal Charles D a drug,isoniazid,f o rat I be tested regularlyfor ; I
Composer, r e cordingartist Brooks both of whom* I least a year, Some tuberculosis andif '. Hospital Benefits Up To $15.00 Per Day ,; ,
conductor and hand in octors advise also the test i s posi- t ;
are working I Home Benefits Up To $20.00 Per Week : I
clinic an. hand with parents and giving a second drug, tivethat prophylactic
'
Another feature will patrons of the school ?ASshort for para- treatment be initiated ALL IN ONE POLICY /.".. t.
lbs the student conductorThe in preparation for UDinosalicylic; acid, at once. "
conducting this annual affair. Lest the tubercle bacille -. Special Ambulance Maternity and j

contest will be held Coaaittees made up of, cease to respond Adult Registration Miscellaneous Hospital Benefits .
: during the week and homeroom teachers and to the action o f the Open Now At .

the wteasrwill be an- parents are making first. I, AGENTS AND BRANCH OFFICES STATEWIDE !
icunced at, a later plans to have some Ordinarilyisoniazid NorthwesternRegistration
Contact one of our Agents or Branch Offices throughout the State
iateThefe are sixteen: twelve table alone can be relied .
arranged is \being or clip out and mail the Blank of Inquiry printed below.
students capetlaylllf upon to provide t h
in' the library: denoting enecessary y',
these students are conducted at the
,the highlights of protection. I BLANK OF INQUIRY I
ae b era of the "Con- each month of the year I I Studies have shown Northwestern Junior- ,
sad Scoreactivity that this drugremark- Senior HjiSchool} for I' .. '. '\ ,J
Central
{ Each table will also 1 Life Ins. Co., -. ::
Mil&* tm- ably effective i Adult Evening Classes :, .
have tasty refreshments n I' Post Office Box 3286 ;. .,% "** -.-
ter tke leadership of in connection treating tuberculosis The evening adult education Tampa,,..Florida *. -t. .'; '.''-". .-,,'.;....:" ,.f.:....,;.:,- .',. ..-.',.:".r T--t.,;.'-;_ ,

fet. Koraa S. White,* : yjth acme celebration.. can prevent the development -for program provides in ... _: '.% .i''.;: .ii>: '$,.-,':.: 7.(; > .:.r : '., ,' _
1 courses -"' t' "
.
of serious di Gentlemen t. /. : -nf' y* ,.
: ; '.:
.
<' i. ,. .
General Education.Vo- '
8eue.oug children : *., ,
Ii Rev. Sister Graham cational .AgricultuVeEducation Please see that I receive more information.1"i-- about,'. .'the NEW-'.COMBINATION

1 L HOLY RELIGIOUS.OCVIMC.CHRISTIAN HKAL.ER.t[BETWEEN MCAOCRft One hundred and nine' Vocational ,HOSPITAL AND HOME POLICY. ,: :.
s ADVISOR IS NOW LOCATED ON NMNWAY Business Education,
MILLIARD AND CALLANAN FLORIDA. students are candidates -
f'M cm UILt Vocational Distributive ..............,......................IINIIN...............,........N.1 N
7 A.JIo tt1l10'... for graduationat Education,' Vocational Name. ,
Florida A & M University
: jt1 GOD SENT -
Hors Economic
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AND HEALING* FREE at the close Education Vocational r' .l-" ... ......_.. _._. I .................
ALL RATERS of' the first semester .- tl'i. j : : "str;;Fand'Noi'City ;;
,
ADVICE! Industrial Education .
1 ARE YOU SUFFERING SK* NEED .' : ". .
, SS. O"AMA..SMlauIheGocle:". PoweI'tD bM1 b7 Prayer. C'uir. o t the 1960-61 college- and technical .
.laT." Education
tatty tbII1.. a...tw1....tb.oa...1Dck ID4 aed daD"tb.&ntn&eame but to.SS thus lilT v II"DO 0"pity AN tae AM.thou Gaaetatas wbo bow tDbaba. year. ...............-.NNN...NN.N.N.IN.IIN...........State..-.....N..N

"WANTED: Men and women-wfio. Adult sttrieats Bay

HE HE LOCATED BIG. INDIAN HEAD 4 MILES SIGH SOUTH IN FRONT OF HILLIARD.'OF HER HOME SIMPLY LOOK FOR cofeeHc honestly problems.desire to Tree face,meeting their W-:. im take ELeaefitaryJaaier.courses* fter credit '.Please"-' ., do__ t not-give.'.Post Office _Box number. ,,_but give street address.,

Moadaya abd Friday. 7:50 PJL

..,R oID 3 aa* Senior;-Hftji' .-'School i 4 '! ", .",_..."P .. ._i. '. L.a,L_ems ,*J>./*.*."git JTftv i# .IL.

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PAGE SIX_ I \ THE'' FLORIDA STAR I Saturday, February 11, .1961---.
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wv ray Fla. A & Ai Playright
Langston U. Sets $7000/000 t:f.; Death Takes Famed


loan Fund Goal For Student II .:..3.: Veteran A& T I Honored In New Thesis

.e;
ULNGSTON Okla.-President Williaa H.Hale recently P NO
iIf College Head TALLAHASSEE--Dr. S.Randolph Edmondsplaywright
an&oinced that Project No. 1 af the
and head of the speach and drama department at
'newly organized Langston University Development
A&M received of the
Florida
GREENSBORO, S.C.-Fu- University, copy
launching of IMD
Foundation vill be a $100,000
'
in neral services for E* thesis about his WOIk'entit1ed'"Ran olph Edmonds
students
fund drive to aid worthy; financing z
their college education Ray Bodgin, 67, bnai-l pioneer in the Negro Educational Theatre."

Plan of the foundation ness manger and
were first laid nations to the found- treasurer at A.and T. I The thesis was sub- BCCs Board
in Noveabtr of '1960 ation as soon as possible College since 19 23 mitted to t e faculty
when the of the in order that f were conducted hereon for the graduate school Slates Leadership
germ of the :.' Wednesday after- a t Indiana Universityas
imjxleaentatioa !
plan was presented toPresident f -
'
Hale during agencies be applied noon, January 25. partial fulfillmentfor Confab March 4th
He died at local the requirementsfor
ft large representation in sorely needed areas a"
AtadjfacuLty Oklahoma hospital on MondayJamey ,
of the Langston A1niBresktmat ,
.
23 following the requirementsfor Daytona Beach-At the
business and ,
of the ,Teachers the of arts of the
Association. civic leaders will 1'rig' a brief illness master fall meeting

fore membership of the : ; A native of Roanoke,, degree by Marilyn Jan- Board of Trustees of
Since then endorsement, following foundation's Board of f 'F Va., he had lived in ice Gayle. Miss Gayleis Bethune- Cool aa Col-

hearty by Directors.Articles of : Greensboro for the a graduate o f Dil- lege it was voted unanimously -
the alunni tacultypstaft
during, annual corporation will: allowa 4fR past 43 years He attended lard University and to sponsor
maximum of 41. *vi t'. North Carolina; now Indiana UniversityShe a one day conferencefor
all
Hooeccoing, groups the !. State College at Raleigh i s an instruct o r. members of the
have endorsed the idea Headquarters of Dr. Jerome H. Holland,. president of Hampton and veteran in speech and drama at Alxsini Association
was a -
Foundation will be at
and pledged full support Institute inspects a radiation analyser which
the university.John W of World War I. Grambling College in According to Willie J
is part of the equipment purchased by the col-
Robert H. Frazier Louisiana. This i s an Wright, President of
The University's development Gaffneybusiness man- lege from a recent $10,944 grant from the unusual honor for Dr. the National ALtsnni
(I chairman of the c o 1-
foundationis ager, serving a,8 'Atomic
Energy Commission Miss Lewis
Dorothy
Edmonds it is Association the
treasurer will head lege's board of or a conference -
being organized for assistant professor of chemistry who is in will
trustees, said, "The rare occasion for pro be held
the staff receiving
the purpose of using charge of the new equipnent,explains to Doctor theses
donations. college has lost avery fessors to have on Saturday, February4th
responsibility for Holland the functions of the machine It can valuable employee : about their wok accep- at 9:30 a... in
raising of private indicate the amount of radioactive fallout in ,one who has throughthe ted by major universi- Rooms 4 aodS of Moore
funds in support of rain and snow, diets and soil, from various
Col. Branch :years done much ties. o, ".sim.
, the institutions projects Of sources such as natural, industrial, and arti- toward development

1, and programs FAMU AssignedTo ficial ones. of the institution.
High on the. list of
funds immediately Europe .

' deemed necessary are

additional monies to TALLAHASSEE-Lt. Col.

aid students. The de- Matthew Branch o f
velopoent plans t o TeaneckN.J.associateprofessor ,, _, H : ;'-: :

raise $100,000 fbr the of military ) .
student's loan fund scienceFlorida A & K

by March 12 of this University, recently

year-Founder's Day. received orders from

Langston University ''the: Department of the
These You Can Buy
alunni and friends
Army assigning him to G
throughout the nationare duty with United Sta- With Your Coach Sayings

presently being tes
Army Europe.
Air Conditioner _
urged to forward do- He will attend the hi

Floridians In United States Army
Barbecue, Grill .
Command and General i

Colleges .Staff College, Fort Bicycle w

Who's WhoNASHVILLETennNffined LeavenworthKar..s.priorto
'
departure 'orover-
Boat ; 3 .c
seas duty. L t.Col. k
to appear in "Who's Branch entered the
Bowling Equipment
Who In American Universities Army from Teaneck i n .
and Col- 1942.He was commissioned Camera i. o a'y

: leges" for their out- second lieutenantinthe :

standing qualities of infantry upon gra- Carport
leadership scholar- duation from Officers

ship and citizenshipare Candidate School Fort ClothingCoin

16 students at BenningGa., i n 1?44.
Fisk University. During World War II he Collection
They are: Antoinette. saw duty in the Pacific'

Sonja Cox of Savannah with the 372nd Infantry Dryer "

CeorsiaJerry Stewart Regiment. H e was sta-
Byrd of Greenville, tioned in Germany from Electric Shaver

SCIra Louise Davis 1949 to 1952.He atten- 1 s '
h (( ;
of HlFla., Judith ded high school in new Floor Covering
Lydia Hicks of Pensa- Rochelle, N.Y. He received -

da,. Fla., Patience the bachelor's Freezer
Marlcne Sparks o f degree from Howard Uni-

Darlington, S.C.,Amon versity and the master's \\Fur Coat
j Achilles of Pendleton, degree from the Univer-

S.C.,Harietta Shivers a sity of- chigan. FurnitureGolf .
of New YorkNY.Cleo' Lt. Col.Branchaccompanied -
I
Colton Lewis of Nash by IDs wife,Mrs. Club Membership,
villeTenn.HenriettaE1iabeth Mary A. Branch, joined I
YancyWac6 the staff of the department ....
Texas, Julia Shirley o f military

Moore of SmithtonPa, ,science here in March, THE HAPPY ROAD TO WORK H
James Romeo Haynes ofLouisvilleKysHarald 1958. A farewell party ,, .
was given in his honor

Roulhac Shaw, Memphis, by the members o f the

Term.,Quentdn Theodore' military department and I Hardware This commuter is a real Jacksonville Coach Company fan. He likes to sit

Smith LaVerne BrooklynN.Y.. flowers were presented back and relax on his way to the office and arrive home in the evening .
Jean McCray,
llrs. Branch. Hi Fi .
Miami,Fla., Ann Carol with a sunny disposition. .
Randy of Newport News, Every school day, 388,000 elementary I .'. ."

Va.,Edgar A* Stephens glass of"pupils U.S. milk in Pakistan from. CARE get a I Ironer Why don't you join Mr. Commuter try riding the Coach for a few .',i
of Natchez }Hiss
donors.
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IT UP= 100 Per Cent Wrong Club Cites Athletes I 1rF.P4)


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THE FIELD OF SPORTS has many strange turns.

Just a few 'years ago there was not a tan faceon

a major league baseball team 'anywhere, but.

today just a few years later the baseball rosters .
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are lined with tan starS. All b aseball x
x a: '
fans can remember just a few years backagreat aY'n

discussion was going on, as to whether Yogi

Berra was a better catcher than Roy Campanella ? .v..
John Roseboro is the number cne catcher for theLoss

Angeles Dodgers, Valmy Thomas became the,
number one catcher ,for the: San Francisco Giants

,and now at this early stage, Elston Howard is

looking forward to becoming the Nunber one:

catcher for the mighty and powerful. New York
Yankees.

HOW STANDS THE CASE with Sugar Ray Robinsonas

he approaches another match with the
present
middleweight champion,Cene FuLLner.Robins ---.---....-. _u.__._"'.....,.__ :::

who has held the championship five times will HONORS IN ATLANTA-Ralph Boston and Wilma Rudolph,upper center Daily World. Moss H. KendrixWashingtonD.CfPR manleftand

} meet Ful3ner in Las VegasNev.,March 4. eting photothe Olympic teammates from Tennessee State Uni- World editor-general managershows emotional ap roval.To Mr.

for the fourth time, the champ and challenger versity,Nashville,admire citations and awards presented b y Scott's left are Grambling College's Stone Johnson, Circled;

I\\ are preparing for an early victory. Because of .ThompsonpresidentThe 100 Per Cent Wrong Club a t 26th Toastmaster Hubert JacksonJamboree speakerDr.Felton Clark,

his age, Robinson is considered the underdog and Annual Boston All-Sports Jamboree in Atlanta last week.Miss Rudolph circledSouthern University presidentWalter R. Thomas, J r.

in: the fight There never was a fighter before along with other stars were honored &r Gold Medal Walter' R. Thomas Jewelers,Inc.,Atlantswho appeared in behalfof

t his time and there, will not be again, a more leftand exploits Southern at the Rome OlympicsAt rightCoach Arnett Mumford, Bulova Watch Company,New York;Tenn.McI's Lucinda Williamsand

cultured, a more refined and a more decent University Co-Captains Aaron Jackson and Pittsburgh Courier's Bill NunnJr.Circled. Bulova is a
Cyrus, Lancaster
than get the The W.A.ScottIIMemorial
I: fighter Sugar Ray Robinson. Trophy co-sponsor of the event with The Coca-Cola Company, Atlanta,
THE LAST FIGHT BETWEEN Robinson and w.A.ScottIIIsupporting Baton Rouge Jaguars '1960
Fullmer, championship.Far .left football and the Atlanta(Ga. ) Coca-Cola Bottling Company. The Atlanta
shot
ended in a draw Sports writers from all shows
i over Mrs.W.A.ScottSr.receiving event honored a host of outstanding athletes and sports f i-
,the nation thought Robinson had wonand so did honorary membership in the 100% Club! a project of the Atlanta gures.

.* he, but when it was announced a drawee remained & .-, -

\ calm and poised without flying off and saying Annual Sports ; .,
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Major/ Colleges Ey*
| na'iy things against anyone.Since that time Car Endurance Pros Draft
he hasn't gone off into a lot of criticisms of v Bas kefbal Players
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anybody. When the fight ended and the decisionwas I Race March 25 .y 4. Rattlers NEW OKLEANS-Two Cohen .
[ rendered he 'tock it it Win
as was given. High basketball player
lose or draw, the question now is till Robinson American built grand were being: eyed by several major

iVetur-2 after his next fight with Fullmer? "Touring racing sports \. r colleges last week. A Co
\ will be TALLAHASSEE -- The
"0 '' cars making an hen official Identified the
GOD, PLEASE HELP ME TO FORGET'Vere the sad .
all out bid for the signing o f four Florida
'words of General OtensJr.star fullback of the Px Green Hornet players as B.0-
A & M "
California cash and trophies in University Frontlnberry, a six-foot-nine
Polytechnic State who
College was the 11th annual runningof Rattlers grid players senior center, and Robert Lee
*the only tan player to survive a tragic<< plane j six-two forward, who b a Jun
recently t
the 12 H 0 UR ENDU- brings o
:rash some months ago. There were four tan -,- ior. Scouting: the eager in special
r'J RANCE RACE here Saturday Prr + nine the total number MISS WILMA RUDOLPH, of performances were New
layers, board the
[ on airliner.Six players died March '25,1961. of Rattlers: the prd Clarksville, Tenn., has been York University, Xavier lint
in the crash. The 215 pound fullback said: "I Eight big bore Cor- ranks. named "Female Athlete of theYear" verity in Ohio, and Eastern
jdidnft: trust a two-engine plane. I it Illinois University.iasthnw.
thought vettesi n full racing Clarence Childs,Two- for 1960 in the annual
*as quite a risk to come all theay to Ohio trim have been enteredby time All-America halfback poll conducted by the Associated
,on two engines. I'd heard about two- engine Press.Miss Rudolph, who
American owners i n SEATTLF George'Fleming, from Iakeland,
captured 3 gold medals in
planes When one engine conked out, there was Washington University halfback, t
terms
the Grand Touring Class came 0 with running away from all opponents
only one left and nothing to balance the plane11THE said today hill sign with the I
of this Sebring Clas- the Calgary Stampedersof in the 1960 Olympics,
THREE PLAYERS to die were Curtis Hill Oakland Raiders, of the American agony...
a the far o distanced Swimmer
sic.Not since the football League. Drafted Canadian Lea
little All-American end from BakersfieldCalif. by Chris Von Saltza, the runner- Use Dr.. Oullcf.OrM" .
; ..Chevrolet'factory 'e n- both the Raiders god the Chica gue.Halfback L e wi s- Mountain
'John C. Bell, a halfback from Chicagoand Vic- tered teams i n 1957. go Bears of the National'Foot Johnson of Bartow in-<. up in the poll. ClGAtETTeS. OR COMPOUND
tor ,Hall, a halfback from*Los Angeles.Hill, a ball League, Fleming was the ked
have the Corvettes appeared No. 1 backfield choice of the an agreement x1.ththe
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21-year-old, 180 pound star pass catcher, was Raiders. Houston "- 'J
en masse on the Oilers nd mw.--.. : < :;
considered a prime prosepect for pro football.ast tackle Jake < tv P v
five Bradleyof
two
Sebring point
summer he worked out with the San Fran- mile circuit. lake City is goingto II f I', "
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cisco Forty-Niners. Bell,26-year old ex-marine the fast fieldof play for the St: .. ....' : ;.Make .
ad been a star wrestler as well as a ,star Heading Louis Cardinals. :> i q.; '. .. .. .'yourFace ., .",
football Corvettes is an entry 55t IW'!f' .. FeelCOMFORTABLE
player. Hall, 21- yearold standout ,
4 + : Halfback Eugene White
from Yenko Chevro-
:track performer, barely missed making the U.S. : i\
let i of Miami wa s draftedby ir;:: l :
Company CannonsbuiHPennsylvaniaYenko
)lyrapic team last suoxner in,the 400 metcrs."lbanked : .
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around me diedkids .. .
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lined two .Corvettes a Juniorbut '
up top j\ '5 J.
that I with. I don't ::
played side-by-side pilots, Dick his class has gradua- .. .
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still alive :::
The accident
was too terrible :: :
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eligible for the
describe Owens said. Owens had shown a feIfor John FitchLime draft. He has decidedto ff ll.i \ r 1, r,

flying, long before the accident. RockConnecticut.Bothpilots remain i n school ,:.. r '"
THE BIG AIRLINER were involved I : : :: : 1 I'
CRASH that carried six football and play out his eli-
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players to their death proved to theworld in spectacular racing FAMED BROWN BOMBER- gibility. '

that both white andtan can die togethern close calls this past Joe Louis has been Halfback Al Frazier s \

just in war.If year. selected as grand marshall Thu ss arscthet RN
sports as they can they can noted running mate of l
die together, they can live together, if they Red Vogt race driver of the Negro Talfback Willie Gali- :NAGIt.SHAVIUG. POWDER '. '

ban live together, why can't they play to- ani ace mechanic o f History Wdek parade more from 1952-56, is -l.-fROWJCT, ; .. : .
gether. The white players did not wreck the Daytona BeachFlorida which begins at Wrig- reporting to the Den- v> If your druggist cannot supply you i1i1: r SHAVING POWDER CO.v.

ane to do away with the Negroes and the Ne- :_haa entered ley Field,Chicago,5pn- ver Broncos. Frazier, t.?SEND.. .st.fo/these, MAGIC TEAM. MATES.d r P.O.Box 3457 F3.*.Savannah..Ct.'fTRAIN :

s did not wreck it to destroy the white WATCH THIS CLOWN day during festivities has seen service with

annual event ...... ...
ayers. They had lived togetherplajedtogeth- launching, '" ; -< ",'. ."- ii'. -:.."9
r and died together. 36-48-7

WILMA RUDOLPH, EARLENE JOHNS ON,Alt he a Gibson 385-5-224 I

John Thomas, Rafer Johnson, Ralph BostonWilt
Chamberlain, 'Oscar'RobertscnElgin B vlor,Jim 5 YOU CAN'T BUY A FINER

rown, Lenny Moore, Ollie Matson,Willie GaUI 2

ore, Wild Bill McClung and thousands of others 1 9 ,KENTUCKY BOURBON !

are just as much American as any other 8 5409x88

on the face of the earth.Everyone ,of them

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i Chips Off The Blocks i ANDREW HELP WANTED

I Ii I SCOTT HOWEI EPm. 65 Day

: BY JAY JAY : Week. Top Salary.liveIn.

................._......:...........................r........ .. : ; ; 9. _1ltt Experience and
t If during the next election you see a silver i r. V.SERVICE, Reference. EX 8-1015.

chewy coming down the street and the driver L 4-
appears to be the incumbent state senator the 1 Yyi
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1, 'i. MAIDS URGENTLY.NEEDED
honorable because
Wayne Ripley duck and run
i isr 24 HOURSREASONABLE
if .
it To {60 cub weekly.' N. 7. Job W wad
there ,is a blind man driving the car. We, know your carfare Immtc1Jat.1.: Girt ntanDeM
J RATES la lM+u-E. prepared to U&v tight aw7.R'rlts .
_that the senator has to be blind because h e :
PHONE EL 69179 NAY-A-MAID Aaraey. 4 load St.
says, he's n ver.seen. what they call "sluos" in' Great Nck. N. Y. .
Jacksonville.Well 'the Good Book. a ays,"None are 1659 WEST 1ST STREET ..
JO blind as those who WILL not see."
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Have you seen the "hully-gully,twist. and t he Az 1,500 Books of, All
"Bootie Green"? Valentine, night don't fail to tL
Royal Crown Kinds and Types...10
:.' attend the big record hop at Duval Vocational : EachSef Johnnie Henry
Bottling Company
High School. Johnny Shaw and his gang will b e 627 Wes Ashley St.
on hand. You will 1235 San Mores Bird.FL .
get chance to see the Bootie f or call EL 5-4025.
Green and all of the other new dances. 7w. 9-4488
Congrats to the .,..
new Fiesta Motel
which will
open next week. COMING SPECTACULAR--Count Basic, wen-known for many years as one of !i ROOMS
, Jacksonville is i FOR
RENT
, gradually get-
the band
leading leaders
jazz joins Fred Astaire in Fred's t ird tele-
ting on the ball
ions. If in regard to motel accomoda- vision spectacular for Chrysler Corp. Appearing with the Count is Joe PRATT DEL WO i Hot and Cold Water in

f \lon' you have not seen Beauregard Gal- Williams on vocals Here, during the "Sweet Georgia Brown" nunber, Fred Service Station Each Room. Kitchen
s
new place drive
out ,New Kings Road and does routine with the Count before starting his characteristic dancing Privileges. Ill DAVIS
take Ift-
look. tf
a is
2017 s nice also.
accompaniment to the music of his famous American song. Appearing with I STREET.
If Reminding you al? again. The books are open. Fred, on the repeat of 'Astaire Time', to be seen over NBC-TV on Monday BUMPER TO'BUYPERSERVICES

you have not done so, please register a.nd February 20 at 8:30 p.m. EST, are Miss Barrie Chase, The Hermes Pan I
get to NEED A JOB ???
ready vote come Spring and Fall. Dancers and David Rose and his orchestra EXPERT ATTENDANTS
THIRD ST. AT FLA.AVE, I
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. It might be a good idea to get a woman's ideaof I II We May Have Just The

eligible bachelors. The girls seem to have .CLUB NOTES STABBING. VICTIM iness place at 734 W. ..: One Youre Looking For

special yardsticks for measuring male appeal. James;Lewis Gaffney, Ashley Street having "Trade At Experienced And un-
The playboys in town are talking ,about the 25, of 1338 W.Sth St. some drinks when he MATHISand experienced Can App)
: new hunting grounds. They say that sane of the In slating: activitiesfor was stabbed with a was stabbed in the
nicest prospects in town are located around Edward the yearthe Young knife last M onday back.Gaffney does not Save! ASK FOR

Waters College and in the immediate vicinity Ambassadors met last poUCQi.reported. know who stabbed him We Fit You MRS. SINGLETON OR

thereof. We hear that they are of a 11 Saturday in the hone The :victim stated He was treated at Du- From Your Head MRS. WILKER30N

sizes, ages and shapes.. On the other hand, one of Mrs. Veina. Rofc- that lie was in a busResumes val Medical Center i To Your Feet .
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EWC co-ed informed us that, the EPIC basketballteam inson,927 W.llth St.,
has some of the "prettiest men in town" where plans for their y 47i'K;:: Agency PREMIER'SMeat HowardFosterand I Fidelity

,' playing ball. I Valentine Party were other. famous EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
Ran into our old friend Pete LeSeure cub Kings completed.
brand ShoesAT 1832 MYRTLE EL 39337.INSTRUCTION
Road way. Pete informs us that he is still a Ilia Williamspresi-! MarketFOOT

bachelor and is kicking. We also forgot to men- dentpresided. Brenda REDtEED PRICES S

tion David Feacher and "Legs" Lundy when w e Graves is secretary, .
spoke of bachelors. and John L. Jones,re- OF WEST9EAYER MATHIS SHOES MEN AND WOMEN NEEDED

. Things are almost quiet around New Stanton.We porter. ST. VIADUCT WORK :IN' CIVIL SERVICENo

heard rumors of a sort of rebellion around the 1073- FLORIDA AVE
neces
place last week. latest reports are that the experience
POLICE REPORTSCUT I school,
PORK CHOPS sary> grammar
head folk around the school cooled the rebels w F
Stem education usually suf-
r. down with a mixture of diplomacy and threats. RAN RIT Sunday for

t. The James Weldon Johnson Branch of the YMCA DURING FIGHTMrs.Geraldine 10 for $1.00 permanent ficient.Train jobs now with

and the A. L. Lewis Branch YWCA are both i n Glover .JOHN nSiEWflRi security. Send name,

the midst of membership drives. If y ou have 31of 1116 Pippin St. Fresh WAYNE-GRANGER address, phone .no. to:
not joined either group or both, do so now. was cut with a knife NATIONAL TRAINING
Calvin "Jack" LeGette has ended his feud: with last Monday, police WILLIAM'TOOMBSSOUTflSIDE Sausage 3 Ibs. ST. .ERNIE SERVICE, P.O. Box 561

Jerry "Hard" Nash over the amount of money the said. i KOVACSFABIANKORTHTO' JacksonvilleFlorida.ANTHONY .
other controls. Jerry had a recent windfall and Mrs. Glover stated DISTRIBUTOR Fla. Grade A

row carries much more folding stuff than Ja c k that she was in a WiMiaci tTobs,fanner & ANN
3 for $1.00
Fryers
ri admits he has. Jerry friends are waiting on fight with her husband Southside 'section dis-

him to have a party. when she was cut on tributor fkmthe Florida WHOLE WEE WASH IT

Odell! Dogett was among those who sailed o n the right shoulder and Star has, due topublic
the: Shangri La this week. ,The big flattop trill left wrist with a demand, again ''Fresh LAUNDRETTEWET

stay in the !edn for six months. Folk are knife The ,woman was started supply-Jig the HAMS 29c Ib.! 3 WASH FOLD

talking about the beautician who had a little taken to Duval Medical area with: the paperon FINISHED WASH
Shangri La trouble. "De" say' that she was gladto Center ty private car. Fr!?-lays and Satur- Stewing DRY CLEANINGFREE
see the ship leave. The FDR will pull out officers days. Persons wishing 5 lb.
Investigating ; HENS 5J.00 PICK UP & DEL.
for the Med next week. Thrre of the local high said they advised the weekly. issues of the 1225 JEFFERSON ST.
school teams played a trip 1 e header against woman to secure a Star may secure free
three Miami teams. The game was held in t he warrant. delivery to their home BEEF PHONE EL 4.7958

New St nton gym.Jacksonville's. Patrolmen L.C.Higgin- by contacting Mister ITBAHi Starts Sunday
own Billy Daniels wa s in town both_ and ,L. W. Green Toombs at 2117 Wishart 31b-! S1.QQ All Week

last week He played at the Beauclerc Country investigated. Street_ or by dialing I rcs1
Club following his Miami appearance. Y spenta FL 9-1271. YOU SEE BOTH SIDES
few at home with his His xi
days family. ne ------------- AND"DESERT
engagement after Jacksonville was in icy Chica OF YOUR MEAT i I
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go.Seems as tho I stirred up a tempest last week HOW'S THE TIME TO ORDER, .. .. .. ..-. .-.-.. ... ... ... .... ... ... .... .... ... .... .... ... ..... ..... ..... ..HELL"I .

when I referred to donations and the like. One COAL PocahontasBriquetsAnthraciteCoke REOPE-NED I I ,,

group even asked about other persons who may
have or who did not give. All right fellows I FREE CITY-WID! DELIVERY fiOBATH AND THEIDRAGON
will admit that the he in question has done ALL SEASONS ICE & FUEL CO. Under New ManagementFRIENDLY
5883 NORWOOD AVE. PHONE PO 4- SII CotoR&ovEAnd
more than many others but I still say th a t no

one has done enough for us to. assume a' ,soapbox LOUNGE
. over their generosity. i

This corner made an investigation to see HOLLEY'S 4' KITCHEN

whether or not any other persons or firms had .- -Specializing In -
made donations to Brewster Hospital exceedingone .BARBQUELeroy ( .
DELICIOUS HOME COOKED MEALS
grand. We found out that quite a few had. '
Next week we will carry the names and the a- SEAFOODS -- SHORT ORDERS The

mounts. rv x 1521 KINGS RD. MISS ROSYLN WARD. MGR. i Dead
The boss and I almost tossed out of the
were -' ............_'W' .... .... .... .... .... '"' ... '"' '"' '"' '"' ... '"' '"' .. '"' '"' '"' ... ... '"' '"' .. '"' '"' ... .... ... r
Monterey the other night. We aroused. the ire Annie Reddick
of the host John "3. B." Pickens. hen he Proprietor Holley Waitress"Bar

cooled down he once again was his genial self. .JL On

The Monterey has been redecorated and is .jumping CHICKEN-B-Que-BEEF that's-SLICED different"PORK e1N

every night. PORK RIBS WITH CURLI-Q Potatoes :.
Our man Freddie Brown was in town la s t week- 3604( Moncrief...Rd. Near 26th St. BLAZING LOR

end. He spent the entire week-end making pop
Roosevelt $
calls and trying to give all of his girls a f SUNDAY'S SPECIAL.SWISS' Blue Ocean BREAM h. 29c ftni.
few minutes of his time. That's our boy. 3 BIG HITS
STEAK Boat WHITING 29c
We had an interview with the Miss Verde leMons Shrimp U. i
we mentioned last week. She informedus or Large RED BASS t u for 10,tfc.,AYI-' 29c foatiKTHEffABIIC IR
STEWED CHICKEN
U.u.
of the correct spelling of her name.'She i s L Buttered Large MULLET 29c
With Fresh Stxing'Beans-: ,
treat for all Rumor has it that the i u.u. mriu
a eyes. CornTurnip GreensCarrot Salad Salt MULLET ROE 98c McRALITCKicart
long-legged bird is hovering over Atty. Ernest ; Rice MULLET ROE 98e _
Whipped Potatoes. or Large 'l c, 'reIl8 u. -
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Jackson's office
once again.
Speckled TROUT'u.. 49e
Alvin James was confined to Brewster Hospital. Madeline's and
Coffee Shop
-. -r K King Mackerel STEAKS 49c
The man-about-town is mending. Harvey Jacksonis t IV -- u.

on the mend following a debate, with a train : 1929 'ICJNCS{.! IpAD, ;,. .... .. 4-9962=.x ', .y.;. RED BASS, Small! Size u. 39e ., I ASTDAYSOFOMPEII

He also learned that trains don't have room enough :'' BLACK SEA BASS s...,,.,',. q ,- u. 35c .
on the tracks to move over a nd let cars : EARN MORE cA4Lt' -1' < ? Large Genuine FLOUNDER 55c

pass. .. *-, p T....Twp,ffMi ,,.sa Ntrth u.u.
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Look here gals, the boys want a list of eligible : EARN ) NET- QUICKLY, EASILY STRIPED BASS 39c 1 PMKTMS

girls around town. I told them that 1 SPECIAL DEVILS HAIRPIN
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$110.00in -.
would refer them to my counterpart on t h e social .. $100.00 brings: :you '.,.rtf'N're' *' H. UttI1 b,.... SKYVIEW SUN.TUESj"MAGNIFICENT
15 days guaranteed
page, Louise "Socially Speaking"Guinyard. ,.. ;:',-,. SUPER JUMBO INDIA SHRIMP

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