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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
February 18, 1961
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )


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

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University of Florida
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Material Information

Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
February 18, 1961
Publication Date:


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


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

Record Information

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

Related Items

Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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s :tr % School' Suit Parents Face Negro Jaxons Are UrgedTo

: 7 Duval Board Hearing Feb. 22In File Applications Now

: answer to questioning from NAACP attorneys The FLORIDA STAR is urging Negro Jacksonvillemen

T ... this week, school board members stated that between the ages of 21 and 31 to file application
I the Duval County stystem is one of "voluntary
to take examination for electric meter -

t :..: .- racial segregation now in comparison to com- reader jobs in this city.
pulsory segregation prior to 1956. On Feb 22
d ::1' ,.-L1 4 Announcement has been
,.< the school suit's preliminary t hearings will issued by Mrs. Alma employment of Negroesin
reconvene at 10 a.m. in the board room of the Armstrong Secretaryof city and county civil -

Courthouse when four of the suit's plaintiffs, the Civil, Service service jobs said

i t' t will be questioned* Board Jacksonville he "strongly urges"
This week NAACP Jaxon
attorneys High that Jaxons will
that an examinationwill young
not miss this -
be held March 8 opportunity
; ." Mobley Baker of New On, FBI ListThe for Electric Meter, to qualify for
York and Earl M.
: City the meter reader -
t't positions
FBI Law Enforcement Readers
;fj t.i 'Johpaon.- riled depositions -, "bull-etin/ ,this, The examination-. *. .._ ."' *.._
s against public month: rates' -J ax 6 n; -being held to .estab-fish Simpson who ran unsuccessfully
tqi instruction board Su-
Robert John B r atien an eligible list, for the
4 perintendent fin: Brant
Y c p Johnson, high on its Mrs. Armstrong said. County Civil Service
\ and other board officials
Hoard last but
wanted list Applicants must b e year
'questioningwhether chalked a record
graduates of an accredited up
'ff the Du v al ': : senior high vote said that Jax

County school systemwas t,. schools; must be 21- Negroes should apply
being operated on civil service
years-old andnot for jobs
TM more
j1 Li : ; a segregated basis. :' than 31 jmwlt be legal because "it is only
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Board members testified residents of Jackson- fair that qualified
that they believed ; I colored citizens shouldbe
a x :; ai- the county end- ";;;u ville keeping or Duval with Countyin Charter given a portion of

? ed conpuLsory segregation requirements the civil service jobs

TO RECOVER! Idttle Patricia Ann Hckens is shown in left photoas in actions taken I 'tI't. pass medical examination since they pay their
well the road to recoveryPhotoRigJit) shows Patricia Ann during August,1956 in
being on for permanent share of the taxes
life and death during confinement, in DuvalMed- accordance with theU. t ; ,
as she hovered between + status(Ability to read that provide the moneyto
ical Center In bottom pix, the happy child is receiving gifts and S. Supreme Court's f A." meters not required). pay civil service

letters from: well wishers of nunerous states from: Duval juvenile officer mandate outlawing ra- Applications must be employees". He added:
Deputy Sheriff Robert Stringer(Left) and DeputySheriff CharlesF. cial segregation in HOBERT BRADEN JOHNSON filed in the office "Qualified Negro young

Howell, also of the juvenile department. public schools, thus ...Wanted For Murder of Board Roes- 1201 men and women should
(Sfft Story) placing the machinery D. K. Brown
special City Hall, 220 E. Bay share in sane of the
fir desegregation.In agent in charge of the Street,not later than City Hall, County
Mistreated Child Showered
: PedestrianDies its suit tiled againstthe FBI s district office March 1. Pay $321.27 Courthouse, road patrol -
Duval Coun- here said that despite toll and
per month. ,
With Gifts Letters, Money After ty school system last Johnson's not being Eric 0. Simpson, editor other city and county
December in behalf of placed on the"10 Host 'Star' jobs to which they are
of the
S Little Patricia Ann :Hckens, who for several Being ,StruckSome local plaintiffs, the Wanted list," he is conducted entitled as taxpaying
reeks hovered on the brink of life and deathat NAACP contended that Iiigfa. among the which has citizens."

Duval Medical Center as the result months three hours and the school board main- bureau's most wanted an editorial campaign i
of alleged and physical mistreatment by her fifteen minutes following tained segregation in men several years for the

mother, has recovered sufficiently to have an accident, a the operation of its Johns on,Wile drink- Two Youths Drowns;
been released rat the hospital and is now 44-year Jaxon died public_schools. ing intoxicants at his

comfortable quartered in a foster children's in a local hospital Negro Student home here on Hay U, One Saved Creek

home waited atmosphere of from injuries sustained 1957, shot his wife
Patricia Ann"'a case love and kindness when he was struck Accepted In during an argument in While paying: with a homemade raft Monday
became one of national after having walked the front yard o f afternoon on Hogan's Creek at the foot of

concern after her admittance Katipiad.de interest into the path of a Miami School their hone.Reports reveal Church Sttuoyouths drowned,ODe during a vain

Jan.8 to the 'beiq"nee!ved from car. 2ffiHI-Ihe Dade School that the woman attempt to rescue the other. A third youth was

medical center when ChicagoHlVest Moot City Patrolmen C. E. Board unanimously admitted staggered into the rescued by a ccBpanion.on .
am account of her Dl.,HopJd.Drd1le,17., Hunt and C. D. !merIon second Negro house and he shot her on arrival at '
brutal mistreatment La CaaadaCalifornia, said that Willie student: into Pulford again while she was Ducal Medical Center I a wooden raft in the

allegedly adeinistered i Pasadsna, lJ.t.,DenTer Stevens of 1324 Jessie Elementary School lying across the bed. after futile attempts: water and that the
by her mother over a Col.Green B.-Wia.st.* b7 city firemen I raft capsized when
st. to revive
was carrying some Wednesday He is also describedas
Pal Mian. I Crowd stepped on it
period of months were. Decatur
limber on his shoulder The student, Charles 5* Sit in height, them through artificial I from the creek bank.
released Tampa
Hf..chl. andJacksofivill at Rain_ and 0desla E. Alford, 10, is the weight approximately respiration Both thrown
A results Hn.Harriett boys were
a people were Ernest Crowd of
streets at 7:30p. soa of Mr. and Mrs. 159-179 poundsof dark into the
all over the'DatiOD' CGray of Jacksonville .nu when a car driven Joshaa ALfordofNorth brown complexion and 614 B. Beaver St* and water

flooded Del Juvenile forwarded a check this south on Haines by Miami Beach. Charles scars on torer-ad, Bobby Merritt of 800E. Missouri Judge

authorities o f ices week James William Keade, is a 'South ,grade right cheek, left Beaver Street.Both '
with letters asking Deputies Robert C. 3 6,of 22fr2 Lucina Dr. student shoulder, back, both youths were 10 :years Frees SitinsCQLUMBIAMoJteaerbing
wbat could they do to Stringer el.CI1ar1eIF. of
: W struck the pedestrian The yoithis a transfer arms and legs age.
help the unfortunate Hovell have seemingly stttdeat frooScott Another member of the ;
Johnson ,is believedto
dctis.OLtts l!et weU adopted Patricia AmM Officers stated that Air Force Base Were be usually anted group, James BarnardHalllloi that"a criminal trespass -
cards, clothing and vard terser the Ivmber blocked :he attested. late* with a knife.Kis aliases 835 Oaklet in Hiasouri.uet
*.. checks, were re- or gros* still ia- St ...' view.The injured grated ,school His are Bob Johnson St.ysarnd when Benjamin entail "the doing o t
tereited ,
CtiYft*. helpia: man v&s taken father is an airaaa Robert Jom.onRo'bert Walker 12, of some damage to property
Z Thrwk their kiad Patricia Amamcirmail ,.
to a local hospital 1023 JLshley Stued Municipal Judge
... sjRffttafrtic ef- gifts to DvuOL ,"J111t7 wheN he died at n:,:) Streta aaa the Heart Johfa Johnson, Robert a lopgpole with which Carl Wheaton hat ruled

fwrts, Patricia Amm.is I Sheriff Rob lltStriJller p.a. Stevens..* the Smettoaal occupation itrett cn related'pk7'aD toyour and Jake Brady Johnson Johnson, he pulled the Hall that a that a peaceful -

H. awe rid" m vKb v s\, hrI1 Jmnile Delia- eewty lth, traffic important part in erodes heart Persons knowledge Boy to shore.Aa.d.ddde sit-in does not
Mrs. O lit Vadt, 1470V qwie office, :or to fat-Oity: aad the trouble, a heart epecialietreport having de tectire consititue criminal
lift St.. .... mmr ,...0111e Yaie,1470 V* r be far*. mere Bfnnt1imft1 rigaificaBt etreM than cis, whereabouts of Johns, ones Sgts W. Barberca ash trespass

.'VI tJIe"tlllJ"n-: -4tk St.J" .'...w.., a Wfh fat ,diet ass btn&ty.aHhotilfr ; are re- FA. Grater reported In so ruling, he acquitted -

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bj The Florida Star PrtiHiMng Co. a The President's

RUNNING the -nation's Post Office Departmentthe -

MCI'MoBcrief Road .'....:......... EL .44782 r world's largest business the assignaent
\ '. ; Kennedy has handed to California insurance man

J. Edward ,Day

Hailing Address The 46-year-old Postmaster __ ._. _
P. O. Box 661, Jacksonville 1; Florida. I Generaldes I

Erie; O. Simpson ....!.!........v...........,............Editor F ignate son.

O. Parbam Johnson *..,............................News Staff Democrat, In his new post, Day

HUdft'Wootea.*. ...c....................Circulation Dept is vicepresident _. will take over operations
of the postal

... in charge system which last year
Member of Associated Press
er f 4'= 'of West; spent more than $3.8
billion and employedmore
One Tear $5.00; Half Year $ .OO; Throe Months 1.80 ern op- than half million
erationsof a -
Hailed To You, Anywhere In The United States. ) T7 Pru- people.

Subscriptions Payable m Advance. Send Checks or Money Orders To: rs =. dentialLife The duties assigned

surance Co. General by Kennedyatthe

IJJ1r ; native of time the appointment -
Day,a Jacksonville -
What Makes Main Street Go? ,Dl.,receivedhis was announced,

degree from Harvard were to see that the
\ -> Post Office Dept. 'be
Law School in
This week throughout the 50 s ones
"run in the most efficient -
11,000 editors of smaller daily, weekly and r a.r 1938, and served as a
will lock their= lieutenant in the Navy way possible,
aexoi-weekly newspapers up .
1 rJs that it have the best
from 1940 1
forms and "go to press" Their papers will to 45.Fran .
: possible service that
carry the only broadly circulated written record h .' 1950 until 1953 he vas ,
.,:' ...-::':"": Illinois ins u ranee its employes enjoy the
and .
of the and events problems r" ,
people -I' '' -.I; -
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.:. ,, .; ... beat possible working
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\.;. ; :('t. ?jJr. ,. cceaissioner under
the '
lives in ccnunity
opinions that shape our .:;y r.I"#,O.. r.Z. ..J.l.' conditions.
then Gov.Adlai
and the nation Their editorial Steven-
the .
state pages I : A BROAD RANGE of
provide; the greatest forum independent free I. ', LETS MAKE A"FIlESH START PUT OUU OWN IN GKlSEIt FIRST problems-running from
expression in the world. The value of this in. public
power to re-
a country where majority opinion will decide clanation- will face

public policies with which we all oust live 40-year-old 1
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cannot be overestimated Stewart L, !I
On the pages of these thousands of papers wLDL Your Weekly Udall in his N N. F
run the advertising that gives the spark to
as Secretary
the engine of private enterprise tremendous Horoscope Guide o f

transportation and retailing systems, capable the Interiar.

of moving and displaying all the nations -- WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR Kennedy

wares, would be.of little use unless i B'USINE55LOVE TRAVEL spelled out

knew what products were available "'
people his views on STEWART[ T7
what cost, where they could be purchasedand By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER the Interior UDALL

in additionwere inspired with the desire to
Dept.fs function when
buy. ABIES them out and interest to demon- in appointing Udall
turning ,
makes Main Street in city
Advertising go every Born March 21st thru April 19th them to good advantage LIBRA strate that you can he said he would be
and the 50 states.The Born 24th thru Oct. 23rd
town village throughout Sept. be
an exception to the
Although the 22nd is (22nd). The' 25th is "concerned with the
head of knows that the only to
every family way rule.
I The most promising on your
and effective
an excellent day to one day during I orderly
find the right price ,for the quality merchandise -
indications of t he course of action, enlist i of the
this last when
dray up tie blueprintsfor quarter i development resources -
desired is to the advertisements
compare previous quarter may the support of
the projects should shun allcontentionspeculatLon of the U.s.
you you
whether the problem is making out the weekfs
have mindleave the be brought to an advanced i your alliesanddevise in order that the
grocery list, buying a new house or trading in stage on the protective measures to
way open for additionsor and emotional entanglements people now living
the old car.Advertising. 22n -23rd. Do not safeguard personal and,
revisions at a ofa cost- the country and the
supports the radio and television hesitate in callingon family assets (22nd).
future date. The .25th ly character.78Q991836789. people who will come
the which
programs magazines periodicals
: the good officesof 8-90-22-15-51-892
is another day when later may enjoy the
provide 1I1r0nutio9, va and entertainment and allies or others
it makes independent newspapers possible.There precautions against CAPRICORN heritage which nature
LEO who understand what .
would. be no free press were it not for advertising discomforts, or exposures Born July 23rd thru Aug. 23rd after and who Born Dec. 22nd thru Jan. 19th i has provided for all
you ,
to ills and of uswUdalla
by the local merchants and industries
who the but do control I upsets should not be You know your own may be willing to put There is not much to native of St.
support press not weaknesses andlimita-
neglected.l30.66l3.59.36. in a good word in your be expected during I Johns,Ariz.,brings to
Whether are selling buying or merely interested
you ; tions when you take behalf(24th).The 25th
this last quarterwhenthe i his newassignment the
in remaining a free informed citizenof the evaluate
pains to is another day when
rest of the world experience of six
the United
States, advertising performs a yourself impartially.It risks to comfort
three-sided and service. TAURUS your may seem to be sus- years as a congressman
would be
Born 20th thru 20th to your or pocketbook, shouldnot
April May pended in doubts and from Arizona,during
Wishing is not going advantage to do just be taken.It seems indecision.Youcan put which he served bothon

to be quite enough that on the 22nd, in as if your intimate a few constructive the House Interior

GROWTH PROGRAMNational when you have great order to offset some surroundings may resound touches in your pri- Committee and the

expectations.Valuableleads rather disturbing influences to discord on vate and public relations House Education and

Review Bulletin says, "The Investment -or suggestionsthat that are : the 26thparticularly ty being helpfulbut Labor Committee.
Bankers Association encourages Senator Kennedyto have been offeredby building up. In the if you take a high and not domineering During his servicein

act on his pre-election promise to liberalize yarfriends shouldnot event that you fail mighty attitude. (22nd). The 25th is the Houseto whichhe
tax depreciation allowances to help stimulate to follow this advice 420331273423SCORPIO reelection
rejected off- the only other day won
business. A report to the IDA convention attri- hand, but mulled over you are apt to 'open when a feeling may easily last November,
buted much of West Germany's postwar progressto and yourself to the reverses Udall
finally adopted cone over you that you was regarded as ;
realistic depreciation policies, and also (2lst-22nd). The domestic or an importantloss "Born Oct. 24th thru Nov 22nd should takeissue with one of the ablest of
that the (1) increase the around the 25th.
suggested government
or partnership Even if you are not other people's opin- the young liberals. '
dividend tax credit rate from 4 per cent to 20 problem that has been 9-30-11-17-45-931 apt to obtain final ions, or make undue A graduate of the University -

per cent, the Canadian level;(2))reduce the maximum : with you may be open answers just yet,this haste in arriving at of Arizona,
income tax rate from 92 per cent to50 percent to solution I law school in 1948he
a on the should _not stop you decisions.
; (3)permit) businesses to average out income 25th. The 27th favors VIRGO from making inquiriesregarding 1-70-44-16-23-174 served in the Air
over a reasonable period for tax purposes; Born Aug. 24th thru Sept. 23rd
moves to bolster material travel or Force during World
and (4) cut the capital gains tax in half.nThose
assets. school accommodations War U.
proposals let it be emphasized, are not In the event that you AQUARIUS
designed to give a tax handout to business. 320771278327GEMINI have not quite achieved (22nd-23rd). Be ,restrained Born_ .Jaol: 20th thru Feb. 18th :
the 25th
They simply recognize that our tax lawas they your aims duringthe on It is still too earlyto
if receive
apply to the depreciation of plant ori equipment previous weekend, even you become too eageras
Born May 21st thru Jane 21st what consider realprovocation. ,
obsolete you
and industrial expansion in generalare: you may have another you still have another '
date from the pre-infLation pre-cold-var era, Go along decisivelywith opportunity on the Soothing fifteen daysor

and add up to a massive road block in the way the projects that. 22nd. Friction may be influences mayprevail thereabouts, to get ',
and the ability of are showing such promise (27th). '
of modernization, progress intensified on the yourself fully organ'i'i MOKEY
Aaerican producers to meet lev-cost foreEi com: and extract the: 25th, if new developments 6=;10441482614SAGITTARIUS ized. ome of the preliminaries i iir.
fruits they are willingto I
petition. are introducedin including
Senator Kennedy' ccapaign was geared to the 'ield(22nd.ItwoUld your key re1ationshipespeci.a1ly the advice andconsentof .
Born Nov. 23rd thru Dec. 21st
growth issue. In his view our economic growthhas be a mistake to expect those Sagitrtarians are not collaborators, maybe .

been too slow, and needs to be speeded up. even more,and to exerti that have to, do with exactly noted for patience successfully tackled

Nothing could do more to stimulate growth thana pressures where they your secrets and private when they havea on the 22nd-23rd. You

program such as the Investment Bankers A s-i will be resented, or concerns. pressing objective, may have to check your

sedation urges. even actively opposed 2-10-22-18-64-212 mate on the 25th if
but it be to your"Man's
(25th).Ycuvould obtain you can, to adhere to Rem m r-

Win Dimes Drive Scholarships .much,greater and, can place satisfaction much i I' Days Ar. Numbered" budget 9-50-55-13-62-951 allowances. ONLY Y CI

sore reliance on others pREVEtIiFOpEST

:,-, it you take up these or Health and Fortune Can Be :Yours PISCES FlRES 1f'

other important matters ,I When You Know your Lucky Days, Lucky Born Feb. 19th thru March 20th
II I on the 27th. Colors Etc.

5-60-88-19-97-568 :- Many of you have just

_:' < Send $2.00 for your had, or are about tocelebrate.
i Bona ass 2Sad thru Jay ... :_ _Horoscope Guide For ; ,their birth-

} hR You nattril.nffl i TA February days, and it looks as

tioa to be reserved ., it your ehe:3abedoaea
,and secretive: : may have Fill in the, blank below and mail to : may have everything

its moments of justification ZODIAC =- Post Office Box 561 figured out to make :
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I\ but this is Jacksonville 1, FloridaName it an exciting sad
Your,contribution to the New Mari of Dimes provides scholarships ',

to train hyadreds of worthy studSfts tinmuTTy. Among 1960 winners not oe of than. You '... ./ ,. ','.... i notable event.T&eaSadaad
of March of Dimes award are, left to right above: 'Pli7''bah will mate much greater ,, .I 23: particular
l..aJier.lamaica,N.Y.,Huater Cdkgc medical social work stedest; headway it reveal Street ..._.;..J ol'."; ";<.", I hare excellent aspects
.lames B. Jr.,Abifeae. Tex., predoefecBl Fellow at Feeafyl- you -. .
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occupation therapy studeat at Uahrenky ollli oil. Please.say desires to. those vfeo t..; -.> Date of'Birth..'" .it ',,',--J' ;: dereloiBeBt.

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THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday February 18, 1961

-.r- Five Jaxons Stork

t y Cited At Deliveries

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LOUISE. G..(:GUINYARD. x. Horn To Mr a Mrs:

mzii t annual
Mr. and Mrs.Charles
banquet honoring Florida -
A recent news article verified' what we in A & H University Span,744 W.Duval St.,

Jacksonville hare been sadly aware of for a ____ students in Who's Who Girl.

long time-that social dancing has decreased Among Students in Mr. and Mrs. JohnCorbitt,4230

in popularity in recent years. Fortunatelythe American Universitiesand Santee.,

news CBC to inform us that. the art is again. '- Colleges for '1960 BOY

being revived, quoting statements from music -4PREPARING -61 was held here recently Mr and Mrs. George St.

maestro Guy; 'Losbardo to verify the fact. Thus, in the Orange Gatson,1581i.21st
the is the trend Roam of the BOY.
according to source, not only University -
shifting to dancing and parties out of the hose' Ccmnons.I Hr., and Mrs James

but there is an increase, in the demands for a President George W. Sampson,1825 W.13 St.
slow dance tempo. Gore Jr.gave the main BOY.
When I began reading my first thought was that _.-.... address, challedging Mr. and Mrs. Andrew

Mr* Lombardo certainly was not referring to our' the Who's Who studentsto Tyler,1744 Frances St.

locale, especially with the dance "craze" that <" become Who's Who Girl.
:.: ; : Mr and Mrs. Clanznie
seems to be sweeping the city However, upon .,.. in America and in the
reading further we found that the. shift is being : world* "Who's Who Re- Davis,644 Lincoln Ct.

made in all sections of the'country,and 'we flection"was given b Girl.
became encouraged. Dr.Carriemae Mr. and Mrs. Rufus
NOTE: (our reflections on Brooks B e nton's FOR CONCERT The band parent's. Isaiah Blocker Junior High Buford Gibson 1 rEeve Carr,1430 W.30th St.,

dreamy numbers may not be, what Mr., School will sponsor the annual band concert Monday, Feb. 27at 8 p.m. "Reflection en Scholar Boy.

Lombardo had in mindbut his skyrocketto in the\school auditoriun. Shown are ,the members of the club as they ship" and Christine MR. and Mrs. AmosHarrisG121

popularity not coincidentalatleast make ''fonal arrangements for the concert. All parents are urged to attend Birdsong gave"Reflection Spires St.

not in my books.) the final Band Parent's meeting Monday, Feb. 20 in the Band Room -on Character." BOY.

1 This bit of information is especially noteworthy at'''7:30 p.m. Important business will be discussed and the. cooperationof Twenty-five studentswere Mr. and M r a.SamuelJenaings,6t,3

I to husbands (no limit to agesas recent all parents is requested. selected from Ct. E. ,

j, conversations and "gab" sessions foUDitoo: many .. .. ,Florida A&M for repre- Girl.
wives complaining that their husbands had too sentation in the '60- Mr. and M r s.Willie

little interest in dancing; that they do not Wedding BellsAPPLICATIONS 61 edition. They were White,2161. tf.lst St. ,

hesitate to make formalsbut "sat-out"'too many presented certificatesupon BOY.

dances Also high on the list of complaints is FOR the roll call by Mr. and M r Johnny

that too often on evenings out',hubby is contentto MARRIAGE LICENSES the toastmaster, M.G. Roberts,2131 KingstonSt.

dine and bend an ear to the music,with nevera Miles director of ., BOY.
Maurice Wm. Holzendorf, 1768 Mr. and Mrs. Allen
thought to dancing. .
,Cleveland St., 21 and Rutha M. student activities.
Guilty parties, please heeds others, help to Chester, 1768 Cleveland St., 20. fxs Those present at the Smith,334 Elm St.,4YrL
substantiate Hr. Lombardo's statements. If 1133 Hart Mr. and Mrs. James
you Howard J. Simmons banquet were: Marian
feel that you have let too much grass grow St., 25 and Alice P. Williams, 931 (t'r' + BaconWest PalmBeach; Davis,1002 Davis St.,

i under your feet, contact Mrs.Frances Walden at Wara St., 17. Christine Birdsong Girl.
Charlie Jones, ':Jr., 1465 KingsRd. ,
the A.L. Lewis Branch YWCA for information on Mr. and M r s.Lenton
., 18 and Ernestine Mobley, Winter ParkLorenso.
social dancing classes just recently foamed.t 1465 Kings Rd., 19. Brown, Tampa; Charles Ward,5622 Pansey Lan'eGirl.

t, This also brings us to our favorite subject, Johnny L. Reynolds, 826 E. Buggs Jacksonville ..AMr. 1
Beaver St., 21 and Gladys Brown ; .and Mra.J4ciiurner
BRIDGE. Classes are held weekly at the "I", Wallace ClarkNorfolk
735 E. Ashley St., 20.
taught by Mrs. Sarah Mae Richards on.Mrs.Walden Freddie L. Ephrem, 1685 W. Va.0ctecn Cunberbatch, 5532 Eartajfel\r. irl.
will gladly furnish additional information on 45th St., 21 and Gwendolyn Wil- Ojus Alvin Fridie Mr. and Mr p. fonjamin
f these classes, also. liams,'1716 Dot St.,. rear, 15. E Jacksonville; Buford, ,Addison,1015 .W.jSlst St
Edmond Peterson, 318 Nixon ;
* BOY. I
St., 22 and Ethel L. Neal, Rt. 9, Gibson Jr., Sarasota; I
I A special wish for a speedy recovery for Mrs. Box 405 B., 19. APPEARED AT FAMU-Miss Mattiwilda Dobbs recently Richard Hinton, Fort Mr. and Mrs.Heziekiah
Betty R. Belton of 934 Jefferson StreetSfehas Bobbie J. Allen, 2040 Allendale appeared in concert at florida A&M University Brown,433 South 11th St
Circle E., 30 and Virgiina E. Mc- Lauderdale; Annette BOY.
been confined
1 to her home for the past week.
Miss Dobbs celebrated coloratura
Blvd., soprano
Kenzie, 443 Longbranch Madison
* Jacksonville; Mr and Mrs. Henry
21. appeared under the auspices of the Artists and
Hrs. Margaret Mathis was guest when the Charming Isiah Thomas, Jr., 1831 DeCottes Lyceun Committee of FAMIJ. Mrs.Barbara Barrett, Cornelia McGowan, Orlando Simmons,1741 W.U st.
Ladies met last week-end in the College St., 20 and Betty J. Barkley, education ; Phillip Jfurphy,
a senior physical major from Winston \
1830 DeCottes St., 16. Orlando; Roy Pinkney ,
Circle home of Mr. and Mrs. Dunlap.I. BOY.A
Bowles Salem N.C. awaits her turn for Miss Dobb's '
Melvin J. Belvin, 5037 PhiladelphiaPa.
I. Charming individuals attending the meeting included ; Bar- K M 's 23rd
: St., 19,, and Betty. J. Jones, 3033, autograph. bara
+4 Mrs Earnestine Poole,MB. LillianStukes Venus St., 21. I RichardsonJack- I
i ; Mrs Delphinia M. Brinson, Mrs. Vermel Glover Maurice W. Holzendorf, 1768 sonvillejDorothyTaylor Annual Confab
21 and Rutha M. Los Diamontes Classic Lassie and
Cleveland St. Tallahassee Har
Mrs. Hortense Brewington Mrs. Coretha Wilson
Chester, 1768 Cleveland St., 20. riett Witsell.Jackson- March 2325CREENSDOItO
Mrs. Margaret Day, Mrs* Josephine Cleveland, Wm. L. Jackson, 244 Watts St.,I Bridge Club. In Bridge Club Met villc.
Mrs Hortense Brown, Mrs Pearl Cohen,and Mrs. 17 and Betty A. Williams, 298 -' fhe Scholar -
; I Clevel Cromartie Goodwin St., 15. i Regular Meeting With Mrs. C. W. Changes and Challenges '
Beryl C. Napoleon, 5308 Old St Girl Scouts Slates i
in the Sixties n
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Augustine Road, 23 and Earth
Friday evening found another joyous group at M. Howell, 2095 Alley Rd., 19. Mrs. Fannie Bellamy WashingtonIn Meeting Tuesday will be the theme of .i

y the Ribault Supper Club and taking their bridge Leroy Smith, Jr., 4819 Vermont was hostess for the the 23rd annual con-
; Rd., 31 and Nettie R. Monford recent meeting of the February 21 vention of Alpha
none to seriously :4819 Vermont Rd., 28. a very unique
Nevertheless, the evening ended with Mrs. Al- John Ogbum, 2056 Venus St., Los Diamontes Bridge. Saint Valentine's Day The regular meeting Kappa Mu Honcr Society
venia Scriven front" I 23 and Beulah M. Woods, 205 Club at her hone the of Girl Scout that will be held at ::
"way out among Gems members ratify, Classie Troop j
Venus St., 27. the buSiness N'orth
'J Following Carolina
A b T ,
and Miss Marian Sutton in the second Lassie Bridge club metrecent..ly 318 and Brownie Troop
Robt. L. Wilson, 2027 Mars St., meeting rounds College, March 23-25.
winning position.Mrs. in the home of 249 of Mt.Ararat
29 and Gloria A. Brown, 1231 of bridge were played Dr.Samuel'D.Proctor
Helen Toney was guest playerwith members McConihe St., 24. with Mrs.Carolyn WashingtonAt tist Church beheld ,
prizes being president of
Harold Parks, 617 Ct. F, 23 and the close the in-
present as follows: Mrs.Lois AveryMrs yreiceThomas of the Tuesday Feb.21 in the
Florence Devero, 815 Ct. D, 18. won by Mrs Frances titutionwllldeliver
Mrs Marie McClainMrs.Susie Thompson, business session Mrs. education building at
I Waldon and Mrs. Wil- the keynote addresson
Mrs. Lillian Davis, Mrs.Joyce LawsonMiss Zelma helminia Sarah Wright presentedin 4:30 p.m.A .
Grand Hampton.Mrs.
JohnsonMrs.Lydia Sweet,Mrs. Scriven, and Miss 'Venerable behalf of the club, full attendance of Thuradayiarch: 23.
Lydia Sweet was awarded His topic will be the
Sutton. Patron Gibson To a beautiful set of members is requested
the guest prize. same as the convention
* jewlery M r s. Hazel and all are urged t o
Mrs Marjorie Gilmore theme I
The Lincoln Golf and Country Club was the Visit Here Feb.. '23 and Mrs Sweet were Pink who is leaving the be prompt. h e books Other will
setting for :the recent meeting of Las Muchachas club city to establish resi- are now open for girl speakers
Doris hostess. Deputy A. M. Frazier guests. dence in the t the include Dr. Herman
Amigas, Mrs Taylor was state 0.1' desiring 0 join
Mrs Frances Waldon
The club roster is comprised of Mrs.Ruth White, has issued a call to will be hostess the California for ate w organization.Registra- Brans on,Howard Univer-

as Elisabeth MULledge, Miss Callie Parsons, all Heroines of Jer- next regular meeting at years. The response byMrs.Pink tion tee is $1.00 year- sityDr. T.C.Cothran,

;4 ss Melissa Robins on,Mrs. Johnnie Cowart,Mrs. icho Courts of Jack- scheduled to be held was heart Margeretta Lovette Atlanta Universityir

i brestine DonaldsonMrs Vetrice WilliamsMrs sonville,Hill ard/ern- din A, L Lewis Branch warning. is scout masterBetty 'Benjamin E.Hays,Hore-
house and Dr.
ndolyn LangLey Bell, Mrs Annie C. Mainor, andina, and Starke of YWCA\/ Before rounds of bri- Riley,secretary, and Richard College;
Hazel Howard, Hrs.A1.ma Glassand Hrs.T+y- District 5 to be in dge were played guestof Mrs.J.E.Davis and Mrs. Randolph, \fo-
full uniform for Grand the club Daisy Kelsey scout men's College of.the
or. Silver Tea Held ForCoopecsAcademy joined i n ,
University North
Plans were enacted fora St.Patrick's Day Tea. Venerable Patron Gibson Coasting Mrs.Pink: with. leaders. ,
* 's visit here pink champagne.
CiUlranteed. Ask
Its a bouncing boy for Lt* and Mrs.Richard Thursday, Feb. 23 at Guests of the club: TOOTHACHE I'for new fast called act- TALLAHASSEE-The observance -
If cant get to the "I Jelly
Williams, born February: 8 at the Jacksonville .6 p.m.at Masonic Tem.ple A Silver Tea for ben Mrs. Geneva Henderson, dentist you, the best thing ******.**- of Negro History -
Naval Air Station Hospital.He is called RichardAnthony 410 Broad StAt efit of Cooper's Academy and Hrs.Vanette Thayen vanishes for you is ORA.JEL in seconds.Pain Week at FloridaA

natch 7:30 p.m., courts was sponsored The hostess served L & M University will
* will meet,in Abyssinia by Hr. and Mrs. Ralph many tasty treats dur- 11 be Held Feb. 12-19.

Mrs. Vertell Siiamons vas hostess when the Baptist Church.. The Haynes and their ing the evening. .

Kaperettes met Saturday evening in her Sundtt M&tronfs Council will daughter Mrs.Geraldine Prizes were won by: =--

street home observe their annual Huff Sunday at 'their Mrs. Dorothy OliverfirstHrs.Juanita

Mrs Sarah Washington, Mrs. Sarah Wright,Mrs. dinner.The illustrious residence, 2343 Kin- Wil-

Virginia Gray and Mrs.' Geraldine Hargraves were Venerable Patron will wood Avenue. liams second,Mrs.Alve- I

guest players be guest speaker and M.C.H. Cooper, pres- ta S.Allen consolation
an interesting ident of the academy Mrs. Nanette
sup- Thayer,
spoke briefly the
porting has on .
program guest, and H r s.Sarah
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*, zN r V p 3 9Tf + ?, Conference Missionary Society of the AME

Church meets Friday at 8 p.m.in New Bethel AMA
Church to observe World Day of Prayer.
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: /WJ t I c-. ,,:" Friends of Grant Adams, a member of Walter
-;" fi b Memorial AME Church, who is ill at the home of

a Mr. and Mrs. Thanas J. Wilson,2570 W. 23rd St.
are requested to visit him.

tj Ordination services for deacon Anthony Feacher -

7 Mi Jr. will be held Sunday at 3 p. m. in the
'd auditoriixn of Good
aw 3. r wwaaa Shepherd Baptist Church.The
I h... .iTitiatftitwh. services will be conducted by Reverend David
Nc.ti .
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mar ;
'O ty Richardson.
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aktUff.Ur....1a1c1e BT* *
) ; -1u :jt Anniversary services for Mt. Canaan Baptist

** *.* Church and its pastor, Rev. Wilbert Burgess

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OBSERVE FOURTH ANNIVERSARY SUNDAY-Happiness seems to reign serene among members of the continue through Feb. 20.Various ministers and
Coralettes Social Savings Club (shown above) who have just canpleted final arrangements congregations will conduct the nightly services :
for celebration of their fourth anniversary which takes place Sunday. Shown seated in The public is invited ;
foreground from left are Edgar Davis; Mrs. Myra L. SaulsbyWillie Gallon and Mrs>furdell, .

% ; Bailey, vice president and business manager. Second row from left: MrsJosephine Moore; The Religious Education Cocmittee of A.L.Lewis ;
: Mrs. Ella Miller, sinking :fund treasurerMrs. Minnie CartertreasurerMrsAlice Johnson, Branch YWCA held its annual World Day of Prayer

reporter; Mrs* Dorothy Taylor; Mrs Ollie Cue Jenkins, secretary. Standing from leftMrs observance Friday at 10 a.m.The program was

Eliza Green, chaplain; Mrs Oliver Nell RoierHrs.Carrie SmithMrs.MarySuttonMrs.Pearl; assisted by Mrs J.T. McMillan Mrs Wi nona
Sellers. Mrs. Ruby Williams and Mrs Julia Gloverpresident, were not present for takingof Alexander was chairman.
photo. *

The 77th anniversary of Simpson Methodist Church
THELMA ISREAL Services Set New Senior Missionary I i Dr. Downs Closes E. Fla. & Bethany and the third of its pastor, Rev. A. O. Burns
Isaiah Blocker began Monday in the
Thelma is a member Programing In: Group Sunday'sFete First BaptistServices Assn. Meets Wed. Kelly is chairman and Mrs. Rebecca Samuel George, co-

of the 9th grade of St. Paul AME At 2nd' SundayDr.W. February '22 ordinator.
Bapt.The .
which she serves as
president. Club affiliation Services at St. Paul N. Downspastor The East Florida and The second anniversary of Rev. W.S.Peoplepas- t
i n c 1'ude I' were largely attendedon Senior Women's of East Mt. ZionBaptistChurchCleveland Bethany Baptist Asso- tor of Magnolia Baptist 'Dinsmore, began Monday
National Junior Honor Sunday' beginningwith Missionary Society of Ohio ciationRevW.M. Hill and will continue through Sunday at 3 pm.
Sunday school Second Baptist Church who has been conducting moderators will con- *
Soviet. Majorettes,
j will
observe its 37th
and s presideK of English service. The pastor, anniversary, Sunday Church's anniversary session in Saint John ers Union was held recently in Jerusalem Ba P-

Club iftbbies are i I Rev. RJBlaine preached Feb.church 19th auditorium in the services this week, Baptist Church,Orange tist Church with Rev. D.B.Barnes, pastor,conducting -
dancing, reading and both corning and at will deliver the 11 ParkFeb.22 beginningat exercises New officers areDeacon Joe
and 3 p.m.Mrs.Alexina. a.m.and 7p.m. services llliams,president Mrs
sports. evening Senior 10 a.m. ; ]Bnma: Long, vice president
Choir #L sang at both Johnson, Sunday First Baptist The host church under l-f.rs. A.E. Ricksfinancial
********. president will also Annie secretaryMr5
services ., 1025 Jessie St.l v.C.B. the leadership of its ,cording secretary, Mrs. Sarah
r The Tuesday evening be honored for her Dailey, pastorannounced. pastor,the Rev. Eddie Bennett, chaplain; Mrs.A.Andrews,sick committee

L class, meeting was leadership of ten Burroughs has completed chairman; Mrs. Mozell Jones, chairman program

I largely attended and years. At 3 SundayRev. arrangements t o ccmnittee and re porter,and Mrs. Minnie Barnes,
the Rev Mrs* Zanders The prograncmmittee J.C.Sams and the congregation entertain the delegation treasurer.
tct i lead the devotion al headed by Mrs.Rosa L. o f Second ,and has arrangeda *

,t services which were Edwards has arrangeda Baptist Church will program with several
uplifting and refreshing progran featuring climax anniversary. outstanding ministersand The 15th anniversary observance for Rev.Kinscy y

i( The pastor completed talent of the .city services.. Under Sun- lay leaders sched- pastor of Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Church,

-Ieok organizing the Mrs.Amanda Anderson day's order of services uled to appear duringthe Gainesvillebegan Monday with Rev. A.L. Jordan
church at tits time and of the Mt. Zion Meth- Sunday School beginsat morning,afternoon and congregation in charge.

the memb ers pledged odist Church, of the 9:20 a.;. with Superintendent and night sessions.Rev.M.J.Trnwellpas. *
NATHANIEL WESLEY full support for the Southside wfll deliver G. Scott The mid-winter recital at Day Spring Baptist

1 iC Douglas Anderson program of- the ye ar the inspirational address and instructors i n tor St.Luke Baptist Church began Monday night under sponsorship of

1 l Tribute is The men of the church charge;morning worship Church will deliver the Gospel Chorus. The prognrcvill be continued
paid to Mrs. A.B. Darby will through Friday night. The public is invited
Nathanielseniorwhook set in motion their .with Dr.Downs as speaker the introductory sermon -
serve as mistress of I
annual Men's day drive at 11 a.m. and at 11 a.m.
serves as presidentof
the Senior Class by electing the officers ceremonies. climax o f the week's Rev. A. J. Hughes and The director of the Baptist HourRev.D.Barnes, {
Others announced that services will be held Feb. 27
appearing are
tc chairman of the Jr. to lead them annual anniversary Rev. R.H. Wilson will ,
Safety Council o f for this year.The fol- Mrs.Annie L, Fleming, servicea begin at 3p nu be the Topical Hour' in Abyssinia Baptist Church under sponsorship
Mrs. of the SchoolBTU
Lucy Hightower Sunday Congressan auxiliaryto
Duval i lowing were elected Evening :worship startsat speakers.
County memberof :
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Mrs. Elizabeth Mason the General State Baptist Convention, Rev. '
of the Student Guidance Hamilton L* Cheatham, 7 P.m. Rev. J. C* Sams will B
Mrs.Willie E.MackMrs C. Folder, president.
Comnittee and chairman;Reuben Brooks Lucy Tremble .C. Rev. T. E Shehee give his official *
Rev.J .
i -tc Debating Club. co-cha.imaniT.J*Powell presidential addressin The Senior
SamsRev.JJL.H811and Missionary Society of Saint Thomas
.JI.. Jtl.Jil.Jl.JiI. JtI.. Tarver secretary and William Deacon J. C* Hurston. Sunday, At Union the afternoon.Rev. Baptist Church will observe its 43rd anniversary -
treasurer. R. H. iright the
Several The Belle Waters CommunityRev.T.E.5heheepresi Sunday, Feb. 19 beginning at 4 p.m.An invitation -
new boards of the Ever-
Young Adult Choir will pastor is extended to all districts and auxiliaries
, were added
to the green Baptist Church, irs. Annie i
sing for service. Huntpresidentannounced. r
church and headed by Mrs ding elder of_ the AME city, and the First
I persons 1l1o .Alberta Williams *
want to see Church's South Jackson- Baptist Church, Jacksonville =
St. Paul maintain its is chairman. of pub- ville district held a Beach will Leonard J. Roberts, union president, announced

rightful place in king licity. most successful first deliver the message for that the Citywide ACE League Union of AMS!:

dom buildi.Rev.Elaine- quarter meeting a t the night service. Churches will meet SundayFeb. 19 at 3 p.m. in ,'
Yr l is leading St. Paul on MT. ZION TEA SET Union Community AME Choirs and Ushers from Midway AME Church,1462 VanBuren St.Hiss Matilda

irutY JoH'sox -iC and with: his leadership Stewardess Board 4 of Church last Friday various churches will g Allen, league president,will preside during the 1'

James Weldon Johnson iC we the members will Mt.Zion AME Church will night through Sunday. serve. n program which will feature soJoqduets,re2.dings
follow and strive for During Sunday's morning trios, and the Youth Choir of MidwaY The Pubis ,'
I Pepsi .Cola Dealers t higher heights on this ,sponsor a post Valentine and evening servi- is invited. r rI

salute Mary of the iC Christian journeyVisit Tea Sunday f rou ces, a capacity atten- 2nd Bapt.Lay me nsBrotherhood -'- .__
9th grade class She iC St. Paul soon* 4-6 p.m.in the parson- : dance o f worshipersheard
is a member of the iC age,2013 Beaver St. Rev.Shehee deli- Holds I ,
Friends are. invited _-I-
Future Teacher's of iC Uses Stop Watch : ver inspiring messagesA Officer Elections t
and t
are requested o
America Chairman of iC number of interested
Welfare Conmittee, iC for itch Relief' bring along additional visitors also attended

and Junior Choir atIe acquaintances.A both services.As Election of officers %' 4: .
Grade '_
Mrs.A.Z. says: I thouht :.
.St.. Paul AME Church.* << I would go out of my mind with & T PresidentIn an outgrowth of the for'1961 was recently ,", i'
*' fr '* poison friend ivy Helens itching.suggestion.Then at rny I successful first quarterly held by the Laymen

bought Tetterine. My husband* First Sermon meetingst h e Brotherhood Union of
in fun checked the time on his
,Liittn to Ftps. stop watch. Well, in no time at CttEE church's steward's and Second Baptist Church
all the itch was gone. Tetterineis e person Trustee Board will with the following
Friday equally wonderful for fast relief who'can say at the
of surface rash.eczema ath sponsor a pewwhich rally members elected:
It Nibs0:30 to 11:00 lete's foot, and innocuous insect beginning of each day terminates o n Preside, Field

For Phoni RfrqutJtt .supply bites. If you your send druggist 75f to cannot Shup. "Good morning, Codes March 12. vice president,ThClB&l

EL 5-0461-2 trine Company Savannah,Ga. was described last Each member, o f Union Villions;Bailey Willian
at A&T College as CocBiunity: ;has been requested secretaryClaude Blue
"Trade At one who lives "the
t 6 be responsible treasurer.McKnight,
j MATHISandSave abundant life.", for a certain chaplain and GeorgeWaUceriastructor.

The speaker was Dr. amount of monies which .
Saaoel ,D. Pro; ctor/ will enable sponsoring The brotherhood will .
We Fit lou
president of the Col-
departments t o take I observe its 16th
Head -
From To Your Feet legejito delivered his care: of future obliga- oa Monday 1400 WRHC 1400

first sermon at A&T I,tions. m night March 6 in the
HowardFosterand --- -
churches 'main aud- '

other famous itoriU .A veD.planned ',. .: ," KEN KNIGHT ra.j ,
rvwrv' THE TIME TO ORDERCOAL progrHi will be presented #.j ;
..,.. c.a. brand Pocahonras-BriquetsAnthracite and an invitation KNIGHT TRAIN
REDUCED PRICES -Cokt is extended tolaymen
8.9 12-1
..... .. run CfTT-WIM otuvimr of the sister r .

slresa MATHIS SHOES ._, REASONS' ICE ft FUEL:.fl01 'cbarches to attend 930 SWEET to 10:30 MONDAY CHARIOT thru FRIDAY
[SMS HOftWOOfi AVL FHONI_PO 4-4511 .:
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t Jax hiu.s'w! S SIP'. piirk I =SPORTm1WjP=

Top The Wilder Athletic Prady of Jax Navy He

J Anni.Oakf.y Boxing. team went wan the 126 pound title I

through the recent last year and was, a
Golden Gloves tournament a team mate o f Henry r BASEBALL PLAYERS throughout the nation are
in tip top shape Matthews i n New York y .beginning: to Make preparations teheed the call
Harvine Tolbert and
,and wound up with remarkable In 1960.Throughout the of the diamond at the various spring training
f Jack-
Mamie sonville Perry o finished records Matthews-1 onas bout, cr pe.' Sose of the camps have already opened
The quickest knockout: Brady was in Wilder's s rHP with several seasoned stars and some rookies
first and second
r e- of the tournament was corner rooting for his getting the jump on the opening of the Grapefruit -
i 'their
spectively n
registered y VernonGi" former teaasate P at I League.
physical education lm over' Killa von the :outstanding i UP TO THIS POINT, the front offices of the
class out of class
a Johnson, Patrick Air boxer award i n open major league clubs hare not had too much troublein
of 8 rifle-
3 as expert
Force BaseT h e time decisionH e said Nat r getting tunes on the dotted ]line Most of
men.Hiss Tolbert sco- was thirty-five s e- Wright got a raw decision the men have accepted their salary terms with-
red 242 points out of
out too much trouble.
conds of the first *
a possible 250 pointS; round in the 160 pound The THE ONE GREAT QUESTION now is the separationof
Physical education biggest .dio- Novice. the team during spring It has always
training -
t Wilderwas
sapointment a
217popularly referredto FINAL PLANS COMPLETED--Lew Price, (right),Miami
"indoor rifle A ringside poll named not being able t o been a question how a manager could keep
as the 175 pound Finals find 112 and 118 poun- Metro publicity director goes over final watch over his teen with some of thaa scattered
shooting," has two details of the eighth annual North-South golf
between Henry-Matthews ders to the in various parts of the cityHow could he know
main objectives; t o represent tournament, plans with Ray Mitchell,. t ourne y
FtBenningfs'a Melvin club. 'whether or not they were keepdigtraining rulesor
develop recreational director.Event will be held Feb. 20-24 on city the condition of the where
Jonas as the best Thet effort places they are
skill;and t o develop biggest group of Miami Spring course.Over' 300 men and women housed.IF .
t bout o f the tourney was the Edward
expert rifleaanship Matthews lost b y decision Waters amateurs as well as pro contestants are expec- A PLAYER IS TO RECEIVE the kind of treatment -
with the remington Rifle representativeswith ted to play in this year's event. Both men are
total of five. that he deserves in order to play the
Caliber 22 model a
shown holding championship trophy.MIAMIMETRO brand of ball the it
Donald ,Isreal lost The greatest team manager expects, appears
that sleeping and conditions
The Course instruct decision to Gene Ros- spirit wa s exhibited quarters eating
tors Wil- seettethe SemiFinalist by Paul Hawkins He was should be essential. Some have argued the point
are Captain
in U.S. that the tan stars have fared well throughthe
lie E. Jenkins Jr.and Olympic scheduled to report to Hampton Five very
Master Clarence trials 1960-heavy, his Army base several years. The big question is, how would they
Sergeant -
weights. : know It was just a case of accepting the tra-
weeks before the tour-
assigned Allen to who the military are- Biggest comeback was ney but .got an extension 'In Victory ditions of the "jim crow"treatments in order to

I science depart- make b y John Woods. o f time in orderto remain loyal to the tesanot because they were
Woods had been out of appear with the Wilder HAMPTONVa.The Hamj always enjoyable.
ment at A&M
Florida competition for three team. Paul won two ton Institute Pirates' SOME OF THE LOUDEST COMPLAINERS of such con-

years, but surprisingto bouts before losing in emerging the victor in ditions are such stars as Hank Aaron, Wes
Jt ill Coach Julius Guin- the Finals t o Ruther- three o f their last Covington of the Braves, and Billy Brut on,for-

yard, he showed up at ford of FUBenning.Everywhere four games on the merly of the Milwaukee Braves and now of the

tJte card's the tourney to repre-' sports is ;conference ladderbuta Detroit Tigers. All joined in the discussion.

sent Wilderand with- playing a great part to loss o strong Va. It was agreed that living quarters in Bradentonwere

out any pre-tourney promote better race Union stymied their George Rhodenformer not so bad, but necessary: facilities were
-- training he fought one relations.The evidence chances of challenging Olympic 400 meter very limited and the places overcrowded.

;;: h of the best bouts o f of that was plainly "the leader, Winston- champion of the 1952 IT HAS BEEN NOTED that there will be no bright

the tourney-335 pounds* seen during the tournament Salem,N.C. Teachers 'Olympics, was inter- outlook for existing conditions .in the 1961

The most unpopular College.. ,viewed recently in a I season There will be 11 Negro players in camp
I decision was renderedin The Pirates notched KENT Cigarette commercial with the 'Phillies and they will have to go along

the QuarterFinalsbetween their seventh and ,and is believed with the same conditions that have eadated'throughout
Nat Wright of KaydcftesJoin i eighth wins.ty defeat to be the first the years. The entire Chicago White

Today's "studio" gT elg Wilder and landy Dove ing Lincoln,University Negro ever to appearin Sox team will be living in the same quartersat
cards are so versatile, that of the Jax Navy.Dove 'lOa'TAUAHASSEEWheh b2-55 and 84-6.De- a television commercial Miami's Biscayne Terrace Hotel.
people keep supply :on handto
express just about any sentiment won on a split Decision laware State played : of a major IT IS REPORTED that the Say Hey Kid" Willie
they need to. yoo I host t o the Pirates, 'tobacco manufacturer }Hays the sensational centerflelder of the San

shows A recent a typical Rust Craft"studio example type"character Best sportsman: the think o f precision on Feb.4but concededas Francisco Giants and Mrs Mays have patched up

smashing a bottle of tournement .was Patti marching a d counting superior floor game Watch This down their differences or spiked the rumors that

I.. champagne_ over _a ship's_bow._ -, ---- cadences at Florida A&M and a barrage of bas- 14 they had come to the parting of the ways. Krs
University one usually kets set then back to 257 81 643 Hays says Willie is back home and they are pre-
&&& thinks of the famed the tune of 77-65. paring to leave for spring training camp Mrs.
;j"larching 100" band or The Pirates diehard 3 l 1 Mays says conditions in their home were neveras

'the highly rated ReI-I -Walter Ward upped his o 1 serious as the newspapers played them up to

'serve Officers 'Train- scoring average b y 3' __ 8 :be. "For three years now, rumors have had us
ing Corps unit, but a dropping 53 points in separated. People just meddle, meddle. Our
"third unit has been two games. 47-90-12 troubles are no worse than the average hus

I added, the girls'driU Lincoln attempted to 728 22 100'
'team called the Kay- quell the torrid pace SooMttaMS hit up band's and vife'sn, Mrs.Mays is quoted as say-

,dettes. of t he: Pirates with Sometimes ...'. down ing.
The team was- established control type ball,but H. odds, subtracts SAD SAM JONES,the leading pitcher on the San

in the ,spring o f Hampton's Coach Enty H. works it all around Francisco Giants team, says he is now, ready to

: 1959 under the leader looked to the bench "'lants Days Are Niro- settle down and start training since he has

.ship of captain LeonJ. and his ready reserves bered"Health And Fortune signed and is ready for work.There is one thing

Calhoun. Initiallythere of lawrence Jamison Can Be Yours When sure and certain, the front office and Jones

?4 were 24 members; Bernard Moody and Toby You Know your Lucky will hove no bickering over salary terms.

IW44t ** rs however, however, this Clark showed the way DaysLucky Colon Etc CHARLIE NEALot the Los Angeles Dodgers i s
>- I IL' year the team has i n- with 33 points team Send $2.00 for your also ready to head for training camp He has

Lii7' W creased to 32 members.The totals i n,,the, second Horoscope Guide For put his name on the dotted ]line Neal said he

'If posy druggist cannpi.wpwr you *sU SHAVING ,P.tNDER 0.. commander o f theKaydettes halt.Linco n led a t FebruaryFill was perfectly satisfied with his 1961 contract

SDTO,.M.?lot. thus?. .? MAC. i ,TEAM. ,v. MATES W.AAJ ?Js>-* f[>*.a- t-*-o--. W1 n >rf.N .Sar.en.h....< .C.J...A for the only one place, 5-5 in the blank be- and had nothing to bicker about.
school year is Captain after six minutes o f low and mail to ZODIAC BIG DON NEWCOMBE will be back in the Dodger

>r',,;r. Janice Aranha, Miami play. At HamptonLin Post ,Office Box 561 fold. Newcombe is not on the Dodger roster,but
II I -. The cadet advisor i s coln f s McKelvin was Jacksonville 1, fla. has expressed his desire to sign a minor league

S S Lt. Clinton Butler o f high zoanwith 2? paints NAME ___ contract in the Dodger system as soon as he
Delray Beach.T h e faculty followed by Hampton's and Buzzie Bavasie can get together. Newkwent

advisor is major Walter Ward with 23. Street to Cincinnati and then on to the Cleveland Indians -

r Victor Moore.Other individuals Hampton downed the Date of where he finished the 1960 season.
:in leadership Lions a t Lincoln a* BirthMo.. Day SUPPORT THE JACKSONVILLE JETS IN 1961.

positions are Velma Walter Ward with 3 0

Gilbert,Barbara Strong points paced an 84-67 .

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.' ____ ..___ .... THE FLORIDA STAB. Saturday, February. 1961
WANTED: Men and women Who
: honestly desire to face their aT-
cohollc problems. Free meeting:
Off The Blockby .Mondays and Fridays 7:30 P.M'
Chips SHOT IN HAND Clara Whit o L8l *.. Room. 305.Apt. ..

Thomas Porter 24of
T 1115 Hart Street, was : for Rent

JIY jay"The shot: in the left hand 4 Rooms&Bath22nd

during aa ST. COX
old folk have been telling a tale about last and Bearer Sunday Streets at Lee Call EL' 3-1848

the ground hog for many a year. Most of us put police said .

some degree of stock in the fable year it The victim stated the Room For Rent.
has not proven true-ve hope. Looks as tho Jack
Frost has hid his head until next year. suspect case up to him Couple Only,Nice Loca-
in a Beer Tavern and
There was a lot of shaking going on last week tion.All Conveniences
started an arg eDt Call EL 5-7275
San' Cook, B.B. King and company: were on stage
1 fiy with him. A friend of
at the Palms Folk cane free far and near to o.c RENt '
the victim in ROOMS FOR
see the show and the operators of the Palms joined
the argument and the
played the gig for all that it worth.In the ,
suspect pulled soap Furnished or Unfurnished -
future handle t tractions
we hope they big a
pistol and shot VithHot & Cold
better. Hr. Big or Ben Dart himself: came down victim.
Porter Water in Private Hcae
was to
trcm New York to count noses and help rake in
Duval Medical Center EL 4-1502 EL 5-6096
the money. Let me tell you howeversome people
would call ,it booze by some friends. The
legal robberyThe price on
victim MB treated and APT FOR RENTS
was hiked fifty percent. This was during legal released .

f sales hours Cokes were up 700 percent o rthirtyFive APT for Single
. cents for one ittibidy ccl .Persms *
. Settle Lady or Man
with tables were pushed .from their tables by PRATT DEL RAService $27.00 ,Per Month.1307

thugs who invaded the balcony. If you spoke to W. 13th Street PhoneEL

them they growled at you. To add insult to injury I MAINTAINS FIRM STAND-Last week, a Florida Legislative coanittee which Station 41232.Royal'.

: we hear that more tickets were sold than states that it is investigating ''Coanunist infiltration into local National -Wl ry In- Crown
,the place could holdjhe attitude of the entire
Association for the Advancement of Colored People programs and BUMPER TOJBUMPEftSERVICES!
i operation seemed to have been, "the public be other integration movements aupoenaed Carl Braden and several othersto Bottling Company
: damned" They had the suckers out and took them
answer charges during: a cconittee hearing in Tallahassee.Publisher
for all the traffic could bear. -author Braden,(rigfrt) represented by NorfolkVa Atty. Len Holt, refused EXPERT ArnNDAHTS'tHUm
Marvin Cans on the mogul of the sundry storesis ST. AT FLA.
to take the stand but later issued a press statement cconenting 9-4488
taking off for a vacation. He is going to .."This is part of the harassment to which I have been subjected for -

New York for a short spell.Ko;yKornerCarousel many years because of my stand for civil rights and civil liberties." LOOKl STOP FOR BREAKFAST :

and KK mmber 2 are in his chain. .. ,. .. Eggs-Grits-Bacon or EggsCritsHsnEggsGritsSausageHot
The Editor had a slight accident last veek.He Cakes with
was minding his business making his way hone 8 Arrested For Another NegroTo Starke Man Paces Butter and SyrupHot

and suddenly it happened. The rear end of a Wrecking House Top PostWASHINTONIt Mt'1nslaugh r Trial Cakes-Syrup w/ BaconHam- or
parked car jumped out and whacked his car smack I Sausage

dab in the kisser He is resting nicely. was re* STARKE-John Cunnings Fish- GritsEggs
persons were
! When you speak of new business places think arrested ported this week that Jr., 34, driver of a
Monday o n Week-end Specials & Regular DinnersMADEUNE'S
.. about the Holdenfs Beauty Parlor. The girls Vice-President Lyndon car which recently injured -
conplaint of a real
moved from next door to Barber Brown and are estate firm which B.Johnson may appointa fatally MarcusF COFFEE SHOP'Airconditioned

located across the street. They call the place ; stated that me of its (Detroit Negro attorney Reddish, a State

the swinging beauty shop. Its the only beauty homes on the 1800 to the VicePresidenta Agriculture employe, Bflin,4-9962 1929 KINGS lOAD
! shop in town where patrons may see the hully- block of Davis St.was committee o n following a headon- ,

gully demonstrated by operators. Government contracts. auto collision, was
destroyed by vandals. EARN MORE CAH
! I mentioned "the Bootie that with warrant
Last week Green.Folks An investigation by Reports state served a

\ have called and asked about the patrolmen Clarence Hobart Taylor Jr., 40, charging manslaughterby EARN MONEYQUICKLY, EASILY
like this. Place your hands on the hips, shakeit Barton andRobert Mho heads the civil division the Bradford Coun
to the East shake it to the West, wiggle kins Jen- of Wayne County ty's sheriff's office $100.00 brings' you $110.00
revealed that the
: round and rounA then bend yourback.Go for yourself house was being destroyed district attorneys office last Saturday. *- in 15 days, guaranteed
from there. It has overtones of "Little: would be selected According to Patrol- Invest as little as $25.00
Sally Walker, sat in a saucer* Remember? seeking fire wood.persons to head the government rfan Carlos Musgrove, no stocks no bondsno risk

Now if you really want to see something, see Suspects arrested contract committee Cuesdngs was said to Write: EARN MONEY) INFORMATIONP
"the Watusi." It is something else. You just Lee Carmichael which 'checks discrimination have been drinking
stand still and make like you were just makingit were 51Henry William,43, practices o f under the influenceof 0. Box 561, JtAksonrille; 1 I
busi- intoxicantsBie for full details i iII
Follow me? George Williams 45 concerns doing defendant -
The exam for light meter readers will be heldon Annie Lee Simons,41, ness under government win face a
March .Closing date for applications is on Sandra PearlCovington contracts. hearing following discharge -

March 1. If you have finished high school and. 18 Irene from a local
Razor,42, NEED A JOB ??? /
think you can pass the test, pick up a blank'i'trm Geneva Calvin, 50,and hospital for injuries

the 12th floor of the City Hall, Civil Thelma Roches, 42. We May Have Just The ANDREWSCOTT
Service office. The announcement wasin Wednesday Police further stated One You're Looking For .

fs T.U. in the legal notices. that the suspects .implicated Experienced And Un- '
"He" have been, working out this week especially othersin the experienced Can Applp end Hail Popular Return of the Fresh...

in school circles."De" say that two don't make neighborhood and that STONE CRAB CLAWS ..,..: .79o
a pair when artists get together. De are also the incident appeared ASK FOR T. V.SERVICE. I NINER SPECIAL

talking about the triangle which featured threeof to be a Immunity offense MRS. SINGLETON op
a kind MRS. WILKER30N : LUGE MULLET..L 29e

It is ruaored that the reported big deal involving OPEN DAILY. 9 A.M. 5 P.M. 24 HOURSREASONABLE SPANISH MACKEREL (N. ....? ,,. 29c

the nite spot is still in the air and FOR FAST RATES WHITING .,.".rt ShrbM lot 29c
way up there. In the meantime they are still FUJEJ.OIL DELIVERYDAY Fidelity STBIPED BASS 39c
PHONE EL 6.9179 Ru.84 /nw Ckeu'..k. 'a, Ik.9n4 .
trying to jump nightly. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
tell that if dance AND NIGHT 3:9337 1659 WEST 1ST STREET lED BASS F.r ilk.** ........................LII. 39e
They .me you can't stop by 1832 MYRTLE EL
the YWCA on Tuesday nights and there'n be instructors >Call BEACH WHITING.M..- 1I1f. ,,. 39c

and pretty gals there to show you R. B. HOLMES HOLLEY'S SPECKLED TROUT ........................... 49e:
how They are doing all of the latest dances Snail Dressed CATFISH .u.. 49c

It's_ a boy for Amos Harris andhis lIa _.Proud ,5007 CAMPENELLA DR. BAR-B-QUE b r BOE SHAD .u. 49c
papa Laos is passing out cigars and grinning PO &6057
Sick SHAD ..... 35c
broadly .
Next week will be a busy one for us all. The PREMIER'SMeat KING MACKEREL STEAKS .u. 49e:
'UkNN' tam
postmen will dance Tuesday night.They can sleep
"' '
wnnie WHOLE FISH 32e
Reddick .
late Wednesday because they are off on, Wash' Market Leroy Holley Waitress '
ington's birthday Friday night, the Vagabonds Proprietor MEDIUM MULLET ..u. 20c'itlliDe

will sport so we hear.Fred Waring andhis group : -Bar.B-Que that's different"CHICKENBEEFSLICED WHOLE lED SNAPPE1 ......t>. S9c

,will: perform at the Coliseum followed by Holiday Club, Steaks PORK RIBS WITH CURU-Q Potatoes PORK

On Ice and The Globetrotters. 3604 |"''onerief,..Rd. Neir 2tth St.
Forgot to tell you but Russell and Helen Gregory -

are also, entered in the stork derby. The 49clb._ Str d'ITUft SUJfDAX Jacksonville's NEWEST and FINEST MOTEL

long legged bird is hovering overhead. Out a- an Jt- 7 BIQ DAYS, -

round Richard and Ruthie Williams residencethe Fre.h MiILsroRY THE CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO \

bird will signal the navy pilot for landing w

permission any; day now Sausage 3'1 Ibs.'$1. OF lrrRuTH OPEN HOUSENOON I

The popular former Hiss Gloria Brown said "I

do" on St. Valentine's Day.It is her first dip TO 4 P. M.
into the sea of Matrimcmy'.Her housemate Margie / ____j ..j SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18th
Saunders celebrated her birthday last weekShe $1.ICOII THIS BIO

would not tell us how many but she said how II for LAUGH RIOT I Right In th. heart of vtrythlng in Jacksonville, on U. S.

much she was 'enjoying herself.. i Route 1", one block east of Myrtle Ave.
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