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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 25, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
February 25, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00397

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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To Bar Newsmen From HearingStating Fired Shot Injure TwoTwo

that reprisals caused two parents to Jacksonville men
:: : ; aR d'v withdraw from the caseNAACP attorneys Earl M. NEW YORK--Singer Jackie ..were'st ot during the
Johnson and Mrs Constance Baker Motley of New Wilson condition week, One of whom is
York heard U.' S. District Judge Bryan Simpson still remained serious said to be in critical

'.,. Wednesday order: that all news media represent- despite successful operations condition.

( atives and the public be barred from the hear- by a team, o f Charlie Johnson, 24,
ing when depositions were being taken from top surgeons at Roosevelt of 255 Goodwin Streetwas
Et plaintiffs. of the Duval County. public school-- Hospital hoe this shot in the stomach -

'NN t V'i, integregation suit. week. and arm last )on-
t : The NAACP legal teaa* Braden CasebecisiOn Wilson,an internationally : day during an argunentin.

,.. contertion xas that famed popular song a Deer Tavern,734
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iftf e-7taidl1g 'of' depositions 'sExpected balladeer was the vic- W.AsKLcy .<>treetpolice

were open to tim of a lovecrazedwoman ,reported. A witness
the public, under unrestricted Soon fan who visitedhis said he heard victim .

,, 'questioning apartment early and a man known as
a the plaintiffs would LOUISVILLE,Ky.-It Feb.; saying that she Cornell arguing at the

repris-als is expected that the was going to kill"her head of the stairwayand

h3'j I hot only from U.S.Supreme Court will self. then he saw Cornell -

13 FH their employers, .but shortly hand down a When Jackie tried t o hit Johnson on
Y, also others. decision i n the con- wrest a pistol away the head with a pistoland
%t4 qs 4ck Attorney Johnson, in tempt case of ear 1 from the woman,the gun then shoot him.
r io oxw. support of the con- Bradenauthor-publis- discharged twice with Patrolmen Robert

tention named two her and field secretary one bullet strikinghim George Jr., T.L. MaySj
w parents who have already of the integre- in the hip and the Lt. 0A. Johnson and

,._ ., __ withdrawn from gationist Southern other lodging in h i sabdoman Lt. S.L. Hurlbert in-
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the suit-
: a e Conference Educational vestigated.Paul '
A JACKIE wnsON'S"ATTACKER Juanita Jones, 28year old,fonner WAC and Williams Sr.-and Fra- The singer made his James, 23, of
part time model, will face charges of felonious assault Feb. 28" in ,zier Williams, both way down a flight o f 2209 Forest Street.
the, recent near fatal shooting singer Jackie Wilson,shown in upper fathers of five of the steps to the street was. shot in both legs
insert (Right). Miss Jones is shown being arraigned 'following incident 14children named as fronting the apartment and the left hand last

,in New York Police station. Officer on right ,is holding pistol plaintiffs. building and collapsedon Wednesday at 633 West

used in alleged incident. .Wilson is reported. as being" slightly, im- Although school board the sidewalk. A police Ashley Street, police 1
proved. attorneys stated that parkedby
patrol car reported.
_ Bapt. Convention 1 Fercferal the parents had with, the building rushed James said he was
Court
Catholics Set drawn from the case the singer to the hos talking to a man knownas
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Buys Farm For Ofrops Birmingham because' they were not pital. Little Willie,when

Racial Policy Tennessee residents of Duval K '. Wilson's assailant was Albert Alexander Eink-
Rail when the suit
Station'sBias County CARL Wva"F.NFurtdInc.New identified as Mis s ney, 20, of 1630 West
For Schools Sharecroppers Rule was instituted, John- Orleans Juanita Jonesa shape- Union Street came up.
HEPHISTennSoutherninjustice son countered that he *ly 28-year old former:
Braden, under a one Pinkney pulled a pistol -
received another MONTGOMERY, Ala.- had personal knowledge year sentence for refusing WAC and part time m o- -and started shoot-
ATLANTA-Churches i n' setback this week decision which could of the present addresses t 0 answer del who has reportedly ing, the injured man

every Roman Catholic when National Baptist affect Negroes travel- of tho parents questions of theHovee followed the singer to said.,

diocese of Georgia and ConveationlSA.Inc.ma ing in all areas of In imposingfurther Committee o n Un-Ame- various cities times
South Carolina Sunday made a $ down the South was handed restrictions, Judge rican Activities con- and has also created CORE Members

were told t o become .payment o n a 4QO- cre down in a federal Simpson ruledthat the cerning his work for alleged incidents. The Refused.Service
prepared in the love- farm as a future home court of appeals rul- defense 'cannot inquireas civil rights and civil woman, thought to be

Ting of e egregation and living for Fayette ing here when the to what financial liberties during a mentally illi s free Miami Fla.- dozen

bare in the church Sharecroppers now living court ordered segregated arrangements have been 'July,1958 hearing: on charges o t felonious members, of Miami CORE i
in tents. made between the NAACP I assault and i i
parochial schools. seating and AtlantaGa., recently s
refused serviceat
Dr. W. H. Bretrster of other practices i n and the parents, or regused t. o answer under $2,500 bail.Accielent were
In :letters) prepared what motives the test sit- ins of
.Memphis,ehah'man of thsconventionfs Terminal- Train Sta- similar questions trcm
under direction d theAtlantaSavannah national plaintiffs had inbringing Florida legislativeinvestigating three Royal Castle
tions immediatelyhalted. a
,.n d education board revealed the suit committee Kills hamburger stands in M

Charleston diocease that present plans Birmingham1 -MayorJases The judge further in Tallahassee, HiaEtL There was no,
a policy outlined t o call 0 moving the Horganone of stated that the suit Florida. Jax4iorker disturbance and no ,

'drop segregation was tents residents into the suit's defendants is a "class action" He is also associate A 47-year old employe service. ,f I
Dr. BrovnCORE
John I
read and signed y .houses o n the farm. bynext which was institutedby .- and the plaintiffs editor of the Southern yho was caught betweena project director j
each individual bishop have palptowtabliahthat ,
integrationist
month Hr.and Mrs.Car1"T.Ba1dw1a Patriot, -an conveyor belt and a
pointed that
out
*However,the letter .I "Tent City" came into of BiradnghsB they are Negroesand journal, metal loading chuteat I
siaailar Negroes can buy food
without mentioning se- I' this winter represent a SCKF He J
operation indicated that a U.S. published by Talleyrand Avenue
class of to take out at the j jRoyal
that Negroes
gationstated when 300-Negro sharecropperS Supreme Court appeal resides in Louisville fertilizer shortly
indicatedthe Castle chain but 1 t tmay
it v a s eliminating o f Fayette ndgfct be sought. He further thatWether 'Woman iled after noontide Monday!. not sit Md .
barriers to its classrooms fact '
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in atteaptingto its
County In announcing
the NAACP lawyers are was pronounced dead at the counters eat'J i J
register to vote were decision U.S.Fifth For Razor Attack oh arrival at local "We're relieving
The letters further evicted white- involved in a litigation '
r o m Court in Biradngfrsm
stated that,"The Negro owned fans which 'dismissed the is.......immaterial ,OCALA Mrs* Mary RuttVeatherspooa l 'hospital scee 40- social custom of long ,
later. ,1rence
t. schools..will since it is generally of Belle-t minutes steading said Laos
continue When federal Court thus
suit returning
a viev was sentenced tc Louis Pinkneyofl429 E. Sia i\\
erpras-
there known that the -
as long as iasediate evictions organization
stopped it to the court. Buren Street according *-
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!90 in following ident of the chain
days; Jail
is need for them"... about 100 of the readerlegal witnesses *
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a hearing before L "Our policy is sot to
; : "theiz purpose is t o sharecroppers including Year N.... NR1f..r assistance to Negroes LouiaHeyers was standing on *
J-.e serve Negress at the
who seeking their jCevatr
reach out and teach forced IB are
children were Fsc TfceOf R ladder at the loading "
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M, >Hih d by Tb Florida'8tog.PaMbfefag Ce. MIDWESTERN governor-42-years-old Orville L. i jI j

ember of Associated Kegro Frees Freeman of Minnesota-was tapped by the Kennedy :

trie O. Stepson JEdteBun Administration for the .Dost of 'A .ricultuie...
C. Fatham
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Hilda Woolen. C1ral.lbsM11Ilf r creased.
job Qutlined by

Kennedyfor Handling these pro-
'. H1jFJ ? the ,, blems will be the duty
OFFICE fc PLAHTiMeecrUf new head of Freemanthree-term
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AgricultureDept.- Minnesota!
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A graduate of the
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P.. O. Box 5fl JacfciOBvCl.) 1, Florida amajor -
11 y l one. law school in 1946he

The na- ORVILLE L. served with the Marine
SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1. t-ion's FREEMAN Corps in the Pacific

OB. Year, $540 Hal Y..., $3.00 'Tbn MftaiSu. 11.. agricultural problemsare during World War II.

Mallad To You, AaTe In The Unlid, State.Sakttrtptloa numerousfarm income He served as assistant -

Paptil la Adrmaea. S.ad'check.or: Hasty 0DIec Tot is dOW prices to Hubert Humphrey,
FLORIDA STAB-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE 1. PLOE ACOSTLY fanners pay forevery- then mayor of Minne-

t1R thing from feed to apolis, from 1945 to
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FL equipment are upthe 1949and was chairman
CONTROLS (LFt fanner's share of the of Minnesota Demo-

Consumers food dollar cratic- FarmerLabor
Profits of many industries show declines in J has fallen steadilyover Party from 1948 to

spite of higher gross sales and evidence is the past years; 1950.

piling up that American business is having huge surpluses of farm THE COMMERCE DEPT.

tough sledding in international markets.As the products have piledup "will be in the fore-

new Congress goes to worklegislation to raise 1 1 t despite programs front of the battle"to

the federal minimum wage is slated ,for early to limit production; maintain employ-

consideration. and migration fran the ment and help the

The cost of the country of raising the min- ERADICATE THE DETRIMENTS, TilE CROP tILL\ BLOOM family farm has in- American economy move
imua wage at this time is well described by ar ahead again Kennedy
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box manufacturer of St. JosephMichigan. ;;;
paper I declared in announc-
"We believe this would ,be very detrimental to ing the appointmentof

our industry and. will cause more inflation and North Carolina Cov

unemployment. When the cost of packages suchas Your Weekly Luther H. Hodges, 62,
our industry makes reaches a certain point, as Secretary of Commerce -
the customers turn to some other form of pack I'
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aging which is less expensive andas a consequence Horoscope Guide Specific

we lose orders and in turn have to .
assignments .,
reduce our working torces.Letters .y PABLO, The ASTROLOGER of k; ,

WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS fOR the de J

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to ." BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL the

new Ad--
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the Edltor..L7'f ARIES : LIBRA private and public ion HODGES
and otherwise serving
Born March 21 to April, 19 Born Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 relations, if it has Kennedy
material inter-
4 your Those who are most been disturbed.Create said, will include
There is little to ests ((1st).Before you ingenious and imaginative
a better atmospherefor "maintaining our position -
Editor's Note: Letters to the Editor must be deter you when your say your final word should find practical and in internationaltrade

$1 accompanied by the 'writer's signature and address interest and feelingsare regarding anything of themselves at the head sound decisions. developing and
the
However, publishing of writer's name captivated by anuuwsual importanceobtain ,of the line in matters 5-30-44-74-13-534 encouraging new mar-
.will be emitted upon request. project, hat- advice and consent of related to courtships, kets, providing some
forn it takeon the who shares
\ ever may one social and
acceptance degree of assurance
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the 1st, you seem your life and aspir- remunerative (1st) CAPRICORNBorn
jobs and for
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protection
Saturday, .Feb.. 18, 1961. : .:'! to have complete planetary ations (2nd.). The Librans who have Dec. 22 to Jan. 19 those who trade withus
sanction to 48022757482 As a true Capricorn,
been caught napping dealing with the
into it with should have
plunge many
I you
LEO should not attempt to which
problems
Mr. Eric 0 are
Simpson all your intellectualand Born July 23 to August 23 make up for lost timeon strings for your bow. raised in Western
Publisher Editor material resources This should enable you
The Florida StarJacksonville j There also exists an If there is something the 2nd,as they may but to readjust your whole Europe by new trade
have nothing
Florida uncertain climate for you really wish, you outlook, and to bringit structuresas well as
the raising or allot- should get right down frustration for their in line with the trade with under- developed -

Dear Sir: ment of fundsand you to business on the 1st trouble. Look further times which can changeat areas of the '
into
housing opportunities world."
must redouble your when you seem to have a momentfs notice.
For quite sometime now, I've been talking with watch against deceptions(2nd.Obtain powerful planetary 3-90-55-49-14-395. Keep on building up j The oldest of the 10 t

friends,attending meetings and have been keep- ) the backing.From then on, resources ((6th). men selected to serve
ing up with the integration movement in Duval views of 'the experts, 'you may not enjoy as' SCORPIOBorn 1-50-22-96-12-152 in the Kennedy Cabinet,

County. However, Its very sorry to say thatI've before you make anylongterm much personal freedom, Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 '* Hodges has been Demo-
finally the hence the for cratic governor o f
come to most disappointing ccnnitmeits. reason AGUARIUS
conclusion that the so-called Negro leadershipand 730881414738TAURUS this unseeming ,haste. The highlight of the Born Jan. 20 to Feb. 18 North Carolina since
people of Duval items month may be found as There favorable 1955.A .
are merely giving this Interesting new are many
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matter nothing but lip service when it cones 'or contacts'with distant early as the 1stwhen openings to extract native of Pitt-

to the point of actions speaking louder than places,should a- splendid opportunitiesmay the rewards for'excellencediligence sylvania County,Va.,
words be at hand. Consider Hodges graduated from
Born April: 20 to May 20 rouse your intereston ,
the possibility the University o f '
You may not be too the 4th. sharp trading and awe11
Here's a fev of the major deficiencies which I sure as to which way 2-10-66-67-16-216. of bettering your directed ambi North Carolinain 1919
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I base ay conclusions upon: 1. The NAACP Youth the cat wiH jimp Baking *- living con ditions tion.T1elst is a very and joined Fieldcrest

: Council's program is puzzling and apparently I it the better part VIRGO. through a removal or important day, as it Mills, a division of

'. : objectiveless; (aFirstthey) preach a doctrine of discretion to allow Born Aug. 24 to Sept. 23 renovation project, could set the tone for Marshall Field & Co.

I of "Selective Buying," and then they switch to for all eventualities. There are m orients i. after the 6th. the rest of the month.It in the 1920s and rose

1 an "All-Out Boycott" of downtown stores. 2.Why You should take full when you may be inclined 8-10-33-23-12-813. may only! delay fulfillment to the post of vice
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I doesn't the NAACP Youth Council publish a list advantage of the will to take too SAGITTARIUS if you do president.How .
of the preachers and churches which refuse rosy a view of your
j to ingness of partners, Born Nov. 28 to Dec. 21 not recognize the advantages -
allow them use of church auditoriums for weekly family members and ability to obtain the that are to
f The 1st be one
meetings? (a) I'm merely repeating this from friends to join you secret password that may be accrued by seizing
of the best when
days
second hand sources, although I understand that in the pastimes and will open all doorsto opportunities on-the*
'I this situation exists. ((3) Since there is sup- interests that mean the accumulationof you can dispel the wing.After t2 e2ndyoumay

posed to be a countywide boycott by' Duval Negroes the most to you(1st). wealth andPreciouspossessions.Take inner has made confusion that not have the

of the Jacksonville 2-60-99-93-0.9-269 your you unsure initiative *firmly in often have '
: .I i that the churches, schoolssecret ordersgreek gains,if they come on of yourself, and your your hands, it then that smudges and marks you on noticed electrical
: i letter societiesPTA's, savings clubs, social this day* but believethe future role in life would mean waiting switch wall plates and surrounding 1 I

clubs, funeral homes: and other groups and GEMINI signs when they As Mercury in your patiently for the next the appearance areas of walls are spoiling in your
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organisations still patronizing these news Born.May 21 to June 19 say that you should solar 3rd house turns cycle when it may be have home?just Fingers consumed of small fry who

media, said to be unfriendly: to progressive- No matter how alluring n&t trust chance any 'direct after the 6th, returned to you. bar or jelly sandwich a sometimes chocolate

forts of local Negroes? 4. Why hasn't it been. the prospectof further (2nd.) you canor shouldre- 7-40-11-62-15-741 the tend general to add decor.a discordant note_ to
freedom 6-70-77-58-15-675 store harmony in your .
revealed that Negro professional workers are complete i
still patronizing boycotted: stores throiaailorder from labors and responsibilities PISCES

services with deliveries being Bade to may "Aten's Days. Ar. Numbered" Born Feb. 18 to March 20 a, J n
these Negro purchasers by rental truck services ,seen, the statistics The things that keep
prove just the opposite Health and Fortune Can Be Yours many Piscians .(ranfu.ly foiWI.a

,I could go on and on and mention many other _Discouragefriendships When You Know your Lucky Days, Lucky expressing their !
facts which show that Duval Negroes insofar as that make Colors Etc potentialities are too

'the interrogation movement is concerned ar e demands on your time often lack of self- .

:just not ready: for advancement under ,the democratic and resources, to your Send $2.00 for your .,' ,'t;.., / confidence a reluctance ;
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F of life until learn potential detriment '.:.... '
way they that social: ., Horoscope Guide For .. "-';. : :' A to exert greater effort
+ and civic progress coses about only: through ((2nd and 6th). February ; ">.*.',:1".A: or misplaced'generosity.

sacrifice paindespair and strife.After 9-20-11-86-18-921. rl'r
haafeg i .> Those who
viewed Duval Negroes past and present record, Fill in the blank below and mail to :x: recognize these limitations -
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one seed not worry about their undergoing the. CANCER and who have
pains of a rebirth. They're: much too satisfied. Born June 20 to July 22, Jacksonville 1, Florida learned how to master' decors
with the staat qaot plate and wall'sfcdi by\: -
y, You should not lose H:0: ..r themshould findthem er Mf ., ChJcaaro. Made of sew -
,4Si&cerely selves well the clear Formula It plastic :
one minute once you : on way an 1m
yours, .. Street_ portent feature la that these
r : feel that ,you are on to a much happier shields cover surrounding nas I
; : of ,- ,; ... stte of affairs right well as switch _
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Speaking
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,TIII-lf..lf.III.. -
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By Louise 0. Gtdnyard .i..: x 1 frk f e \r h. i'n order t o better
0 acquaint solicitorswith

t was a gala evening for Dragons and Dragones the res ibiliP -'

; at an affair held last weekend at the F : YNr ty of recruiting members -

cola Golf and Couotry Club. The traditional f a membership

t. Valentine's event was sponsored by the :workshop was conducted

Iragonettes. recently ,at. A.L.

An early business session by Dragonettes, an Lewis YMCA.Valuable .

frganization composed of wives of Dragon sly informationwas
->rs, saw the following: persons elected to of- > presented by,.Mrs
ice tor the new fiscal yearMrsAlpha H.Moore 4: : : ,Margaret Baas, Mrs.J.tyrt1e .

resident;' Mrs, Evelyn Stewart,vice president; .{ = Jones, H'r': 's.
Lies. Sylvia Bartle ,secret 7: Mrs. Margaret s Hortense ,Brewingtonon

riswold, ,treasurer and Mrs.Hazel Puryearre- membership practices -,

,,rter. Comity YMCA.
Following the election: Mrs Lucille P* Jones Other participant?

(tailed Dragon officers. Placed into office were Mrs.Winona Alex

[were: Allen T* Moore.Ekperor; Charles .Simons, :L antler h o conducted

(vice caterer; Paul T. Bennett* Sr., recording a devotions,Mr.s2lorence'Dixon

secretary; Henry W. Smart,financial secretary; 'a.- r.x-. and: Mrs.V era
and Major Bryant treasurer.
Davis on the YMCA mern
A gay atmosphere was established earlier witha bership structure and
cocktail party In which members of both clubs '
.R \
: k hw ..... relationship MaryWashingtonmembers
and their
guests participated.
hipt
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chairman presided.
-Royal' Vagabonds, Inc. selected the Country t J Attending were Miss
dub as the setting for its recent meeting in Susie E.ChambersMrs.
which plans were ccapleted for the annual' St ,
Valentine's Ball. -- .;0........... .-. .l -' -- -......- -'If- --;P--- -..........- :JP'.xJ-: ---- ,......,..,. -,,--:., ..... _. ..:;:"'r .c21 tyra CamperMrs.GrantMreflober-Margaret -

When we case off the press weekVagabonds ta A.
and their guests will be tripping ,lightly In I LES CAMMELLIA SOCIAL AND SAVINGS CLUB SLATES EVENTS-The bevy of attractive ladies shown Martin Hall: Mrs.Mamie
the Duval Armory*' are members of Lea Camellia Social and Savings Club which observes its fifth anniversary, Mrs. Pearl A.

*, *' Friday from 9-1 p.m. in ElksAuditori\sa,712 W. Duval St., On SaturdayFeb. 25, the group George Alexander, Mrs.Winona C.

The Venus Street home of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose plans to be festively entertained during: luncheon at the residence of Mrs. Mary Rivers, HendersonMrs.J.HicksMr3.L"Questra, Mrs. Willa

Mitchell was' the scene of a joint shower for 4507 Trenton Drive North.On Sunday March 26the club observes its fifth anniversary pro- Everett

the'Infant sone of Mr.. and Mrs.Reid E.Jackson, gram starting at 3 p.m. in St.Paul AME ChurchMyrtle Avenue and 13th Street.Members shown Mrs. Clara Hamilton
from left areMrs.Mae Willie J-eeMrs.Dorothy. Mae StevensjMrs.Mary Lou RiversMiss CarolynGambieMrs.Florsell ,
and little ,
Jr, Rubyne McCone, daughter of Mr. Mrs.Julia Macon, Mrs
and..Mrs. Jonathan McCone.Mrs.Mitchell and Miss BryantMrs.Eloui8e SmithMrs.Mattie. Pearl Harding, Mrs.. Alta NunnMrs. lilie Jones Mrs.Mary'Me
Carolyn Henderson were also awarded gifts. Thelma Morman, Mrs.Flossie ParsonMrs.Mable Jean Edwards,Mrs>LOretha GoodenM r s.Juanita Mrs., JuliaE.
AlexanderMrs.Elizabeth Duncanand ,Hre.Etta Jean Pierce. (PHOTO BY AVERY ) ,
The event took place at a regular meeting of Brooks, Mrs. Naomi
Les Elites Bridge Club with Mrs. Mitchell serving Grimes.

as hostess. High-scoring members, IncludedMrs Stork Girl Scout Troop Northwestern Sleeping Car Also Rev. Mrs.Willie
Vermal McCone, Mrs. Bernice Hendersonand MackMrs.J&ry Stephens

Mrs. Alvenia Scriven. Deliveries *318. Brownies, 249 Evaluation Set Officials To.. Visit Mrs.Kyrtle Jones l'rs.
*
{ Jacksonville ., Fleet Alexander, xs.
Hearts, and more hearts.! This was the setting MeetingGirl Josie SeaseMrs.Pansy

that greeted Kelvinettes when they attended a Barn To: Scout Northwestern Junior- A. Phillip Randolph, Washington, Mrs. Mary
regular meeting In the home of Mr. and Mrs Troop 318 Senior High School, international presi- WashingtonMrs. Annie
end Brownie Troop 249 about to undergo its
Matthew George. Mr. a n d Mrs. Homer of M t.Ararat dent o f the Brother.. BurnettM, r s. Sallie
Miss Ann Starter and Mrs.Rosemond Satterwhite Baptist first evaluation since
hood
of
Dillard,55 Lewis S t. Church will meet Sleeping car Harris, Mrs. BessieSummerallGord
TuesdayFeb.28
opening its doors in
were guest players. Porters
M.P.Webster
Boy. ,
Mrs.Wilbelmina .
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n.
A special feature of the the from 4:15 September of 1957, is
meeting was exchange Mr.a n d Mrs.William' until 6 international V i c e- Skinner,
of St. Valentine Day gifts mem- p.m. in the looking forward to a president
among Jenkins,464 Mbncrief church visit '' and B.F.Mc- Mrs.! Alexina Johnson,
bers and each. member being gifted by the Rd. GIRL. building.All education by the review- Laurin, eastern zone Xrs.G.B.GardnT, Mrs.

hostess.Mrs. : Mr.a n d Mrs. Arthur members ing committee for the supervisorwill be in Kary W .ldon,Mrs. Bernice -

Doris ,Bennett, Mrs.Pearl !Mackeyand Mrs.. McCraw,818 Ct. E.Boy. be are urgedto Southern Association Jacksonville March :3, Green, Mrs. Eula
present at the of
Barbara .Harper ran up' winning scores Mrs. Mr. a 'n d Nirs.ClaremeBaker,5726 Colleges and Secondary through the 7th under EvansMrs.Inez Jones,
meeting and to inform
Thelma, Greene received consolation award Schools. The of
Castellano sponsorship the Mrs.Annie Huff Mrs.
,
girls,
.interested i official
* Ave.GIRL. n body is expected Jacksonville Divisionof
Bennie Whiterield .
,
scouting that the.
registration to assemble
for
Mr.a n d Hrs.CharlesWoodard the Brotherhood and
Miss Ruth Broome had sisters Thomasina Engrain books are the first time at 6:00 its Vera Davis, Mrs. Flo-
2046 W. 17th auxiliary Samuel
rence Dixon and '
and Vivian Holmes as guest players when she, Street, Boy. now ,open., The fo uis p.m. SundayMarch 26, Harper President o f O. Oliver. Mary t
entertained Entre Nous at the Broome residence and to make final
I a
Mr.and Mrs. Alfred, '$1.00 t o'r the year. the local branch an-
last weekend.Mrs its
I r Bartley 1300 CageyLaneTWIN J Mrs. !.Davis and report on findingsat nounced. WeddiijBeIIs
Camilla Thompson and Mrs Doris Bennett 8:00 p.m. Tuesday A
GIRLS Mrs. f
Daisy program o events
were leading scorers, while Miss Theora Legglns Kelsey are March 28. : is David Smith. 125 E. 3rd St., 38
Mr.a d Mrs. Bessie the already -
qualified for consolation. n troop leaders. The reviewing com being plan- and Henrietta Williams. 1372
Pollard 1430 E. 24th ned and will b e Franklin St., 40.
announced -
,
Business
mittee
* headed by Dr.
Street GIRL. later David H. Snelling., 1451 Cleveland -
I The White House Is another glass constructionwhen Richard V. Moore o f Harper St., 24 and MaryE. Dcvoe,
Hr.a d Mrs. Walter said. Friends and the
it comes to noting activities of ,its res- n College Sets BethuneCookman College 564$.Dakota Dr., 23.
idents, so I suppose it was only natural that Harris, 2163 College Graduation.Slate is comprised of public will be invitad Dan Ray, Jr., 1145 W. 22nd St.,
designers would capitalize on the "Caroline" Circle, Boy. ( Mrs.Phannye Huger,Mrs to attend the carious 25 and Doretha D. Betha 1595 W.
I 19th St., 20.
activities
look for the "youngest" set. President Kennedy Mr.a n d Mrs.Charles Martha Berbal, Alvin stated. ,Harper also Geo. Hendon, 1525 W. 13th St.,

has the approval of New York suit-makers on his 3ynum,293 OscellaSt.GIRL. The Florida Business 'Reid,and Thomas Demps 18 and Alice Aeavy 1481 W.,State
well-tailored clothesand Jackie is "way out and Vocatioan7.Co11ege of BethuneCookman 5t, 14.
front" when it comes to setting the fashion Mr.a n d Mrs. RobertCooper,3011 announces its grad- College,Daytona Beach; Acute Asthma Ernest Brooks 539 Robinson
Phonier AttacksNow Ave., Marrero, La., 19 and Mar-
.pace. uation a at ivi ties Dr. Glen Straight garet A. Littles, 1009 Hogan St.,
Along this line, you cm expect to see quite Boy., Herbert Padgett, and r ,: spMdlljr. t.Cou to Mr.a n d Mrs. David'Hickson which will be held ffupin. r !ft.v.do fast.flrit-Um. P.
a few nJ acids" styles at the dance..Letts hope at William H. Haskins of uenare&mued.No waiun*.No dnics Childs, 1838 Jefferson
658 Bridier the St. John or pmiatujInl ctlon.Wood.rhWy.tree. St., 47 and Dorothy E. Daniels,
Baptist
that wearers+ are figureconscious and will Jacksonville uaiversityMrs.Thelma UT. in rMtorUf fra. brMthinc Now I IayaUabM
without prescription.Ask your 1065 Scriven St., 41.
match Mrs Kennedy's'trim lines as well as her Street, GIRL. Church: and',the College Jones druggist CUantUa for or Dr.Compound Guild's Green MouaUla
Mr.a n d >Mrs. Henry Auditoriun, February and Mrs. Charles D. i
gowns. LI
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Woody, 2048 Baldwin 2627. u
Brooks of New Stanton ........
Street, Boy. Baccalaureate Ser Senior
: High School
Y: c Mr.a n d Mrs.William :vices will take place JacksonvilleDr.Honor, ryHEN
f : Wright 3409 Bridier tH
'. ,::! ' : :' .- '\ t- St. Boy. 26, at 3 p.m., In the erts of Duncan U. CosrE'I

'. ; ': "'k;'. Mr.a St.John Baptist Church Fletcher School
':; n d Mrs. Richard High
,'4 It! "'f II .. "
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,1650 Tyler St.. The speaker for this Jacksonville Beach; : Lg
..,; -i..;.'.,.' Win occassion will be Rev Robert McDonald, Carl "l'i
". ,. '. Mr.a n d Mrs. Charles A* J. Hughes.CctEeacement. Webb and Mrs.HildaZoeth 54 4 4is

., -, White, 555Q Dakota Dr. exercises of Rlbault High
> I GIRL. will be held in School, Jacksonville; per BS TM
1 r Mr. a n Mrs.Timothy the Co11egeAuditoriunHondq Mrs. Carrie P. Davis, u

,. : Wll8on,233l W. let St. morningFeb27 Dr. C.G. Marquessand : wwoss.x i if
GIRL. ..' at 10 a.m.Speaker for Hansel pokes of f+ iien -
,: :I:' Mr. a n d"Mrs. Allen occassion Reverend- H. Florida j&M Univer-: :

Davis',1661 Dot Street. L. Herod. sit7Ta11ahasaeeHrs..Frances 1 EM- _
GIRL. 'The. public Is Invited Thomas and
: / Hr.c.and.Mi'LI.iooeevelt to attend the 'exer Mrs. Minnie Fields of You Don't Have to Go to Ton to Get

Kinghton,1562 IllinoisStreet. the State Department

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..GIRLS. ... ;.........l1 If you cam lit to CM lug for stir Jelly fast called ct- George HillMrs Cora On Your
,deettst the best ttilnc ORA-JEL Ross and W. V. Scar-
WM4 TdeD: KID,and women'*bd.dMirt for rat Is I OKA-JO.Paia ,
to face their'u-: eeeis0es'Is seconds. borough of Matthew W*
DRUG STORE NEEDS
eoboMc robtesk. Tn meeting: Gilbert High School
Xoadaja,ud TMdan. T:30 PJt ,
p ..ra Vic.. Room seal, 'Jacksonville; Dean Trade With Your Neighborhood Drag Stem

& "Jwes H. Espy and

: 6'j 44 ea S HOLLETSBARlQUE Joseph Paige of Edward W. Will Mt Any Pries ,AtI"ertlMtl

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Farr '. -- "....". "'......... THE FLORIDA STAR. ",o'"I:; ". 'd. Saturday February 25, 1961;
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: taymert's Day I ;: ;', 1
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Central CM rl CHURCH NEWS

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Dr. }!. L. Breeding,

General Secretary
Board of Kingdom EXtension Bishop M. Baker, pastor of the Holy Church of

I of the ChrisLtiaa l the Living God at 14th and Grunthal Streets,

ieit \ Methodist Church i. .r a.b invites the. public to attend the ninth week of

and a resident of In- L. spiritual revival meetings which arebeing held
will ''a.. in the church auditoriun.
-Ieic dianapolisInd., .a :
# # *
be principal speakerat
tie annual Laymen 4\j Greater Zion Grove Baptist Church is celebrat-

Day observance Sundayat ing its 24th anniversary and the seventh of its

Central CME Church, pastor, Rev. Robert Brooks. The program terminates
I LWed .
: First and Davis Sts. Pcf: J Sunday.New
{: 'f-
The possesor of a f .
brilliant record since g officers elected for District 1 of New Mt.

having held the post i Olive Baptist Church are: Mrs- Retha Mae Lang,

of secretary with the Q.yR president; J.lrs.Iaryiillimns, secretary; Mrs."Lillie .

tMvOMfa board. Dr.Breeding is Mac KLue, recording secretary;Mrs. Mary

an extensive travelor Jane Cokley, treasurer, and Deacon James Simmons -
A tip otthe P.fJ ar lecturer.He will have leader. A program will be presented when
to theaeyoung .,..' I topical to the district meets March 5 in the home of Deacon -
A.merkuI, v.. many gems ,
and Mrs. Jerry Langl3l6 W.29th St.lfeeting
make our coartry W impart as the resultof !
our ecilDlBDBlt7 a la1Yt his recent tour of gets underway at 4 p.m. ?
:} *
oleos Imwbteh to ItP Africa where he reports
A musical recital featuring Choir 4 of First
** the Methodist
'Christian schools and J Zion Baptist Church will be held Sunday, March

Im= .- churches are rapidly BISHOP SHAW IN NAsSAU-His Excellency the GovernorSirRobert Stapledon 5 for the benefit of the annual ann iversary

,.-.., increasing. in member- ,; K.C.MG., C.B.E., center, welcomes: Bishop H.B. Shawright, Wilmington, celebration. The public is invited.
.... ship. N. C., who was in Nassau recently to preside over Bahama Islands Con- *## -x

Mrs. D.W. Bass is in ference of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church At left is the Day Spring's Usher Board 2 celebrates- its annual .,

charge of the women's Rev. Alphaeus C. Rolle, presiding elder of the Nassau District of the Coffee !Hour Sunday March 12 from 4-6 p.m. ,

groups and Joe Weldon AME Zion Church. in the education building. A program is plannedand

(Bahamas News Bureau Photo by William'Roberts) the public is invited.
i
for the men during *

At : : Sunday's all-day program.Rev.D.W.Bass' West Union Baptist Church is celebrating its

>> and I Annual Sweet Chariot FeteSunday St. Paul AME annual anniversary services which terminate on

STELLA Y. IVEY *.. the church leaders Sunday, Rev. A. F. Cunnings, pastorannounced.

James Weldon Johnson; and members are friends inviting Night At ArmoryKEN Church NotesBY The Junior Choir meets Saturday at 3 p, m. for

i theirmany rehearsal. Districts 2 and 13 meet Sunday
Tribute is paid to! and the general publicto QUESTRA EVERETT after morning worship.

Stella of the Eleventh* Sunday's annual ob- KNIGHT PRE5ENTS- Services were edify- *

grade class. She is a* servance. ing and reviving a tSt.Paul Rehearsal for the Male Chorus St.Thomas Bap-
One of the outstanding annual attractions of
member of the Student i wfil on Sunday beginning tist Church has been changed from Thursday to
Friendly Tea the mid-winter season be presented here at .
Council, Phottgraphy with Sunday {Wednesday March 8 at 7:30 p.m. in the church
Duval State and Market
Armory streets Sunday
f Club Choir #3 of her school and continuing audit riun. Members the
I Sunday At are requested to note
night when radio Ken offers
popular figure Knight -
i church and has received through the evening change of schedule. !
several merit Sister Cohen'sThe another star-studded' program featuring a service.R e v. Blaine # # # ;
i group of the nation Up gospel singing groups.
centered his
awards. message
The
Deaconess Board of St.Thanas Baptist Church t-
public is invitedto The concert is slated to start promptly at 8:30otcloci. around''fhe Birth o f
***** ***** will meet Sunday at the home of Mrs. Willie B. :
a! a Friendly Tea -- the African Methodist Allen, 1408 W. 31st Street. I"\
I which win be held Appearing here for
Episcopal Church and
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Sunday from 4 until 6 this year's seventh its founder Rev. Richard I
I -
Usher Board 2 of Emanuel Baptist Church pre-
I in the home of annual Sweet Chariot rY } f Allen. j
p.m. sents its annual sacred musicale tea Sunday, J
I Sister Rosetta Cohen, attraction will be the The gospel and Ada March 19 beginning at 3 p. m. in the church ;

835 W. Monroe St.This famed Soul Stirrersof Bracy choirs blended auditorium. Matthew McCoy will be featured on :
,
Ii, affair will be spon- Chicago, HI., the 2\ their voices in songs the program in an afternoon of songs.
sored for benefit of Swanee Quintet of Augusta v I Ir
I of praises and they :} f *
First Born ,Georgia,Pilgrim
Choir 2 of were at their best being -
Jubilee Singersphicagoand Various choirs of the city will appear on the ,
Temple. accompanied at the program when Deaconess Boards 1 and 2 of First
two spectacularlocal
: Mother Julia Neil console and piano by Timothy Baptist Church present their singingrecital
Sons
I groupsthe
i/ill be mistress of
Mrs.C.Wallace and March! 3. District 1 will sponsor a pew
; of the
Praye'rmi Holy
ceremonies and Elder
JACOB JONES Miss Dorothy Daniels, rally March 3 at 8 p.m. in the church.
Douglas Anderson A. Hill, pastor, will Lights respectively.This respectfully. At this #
be present. A program year's Sweet service all officersfor

{; Jacob is a member of,. has been arranged for Chariot concert also the year o f 1961 Rev. G. T. McCallpastor of :Ifc. Vernon Baptist

I the 12th grade class, presentation Sister salutes the successful were installed by the Church will deliver the sermon when Deaconess I

j Fiery Dragons Bandand Cohen, president an- launching of gospel KEN KNIGHT pastor,greeted and Board 2 of Greater Macedonia Baptist Ch urch

lthe 1960-61 Basketball nounced. concerts by Ken Knight ...Concert Sundayin welcomed by the con- observes its anniversary Sunday.His choir will
I team. He also serves whose pioneering efforts gregation. Elaine furnish the music and Usher Board of MacedcnLa
assisting Mr.Knightwith
I $as vicepresident of Religious Emphasis in this par- the many administrative also presented the officers will serve..
1 4 the National Honor ticular field has seen I *
dutieswhichmust o f the annual
society ,and is an Week ProgramSet the popularity of the be successfully, Men's Day, Who areI I Choirs 1 and 2 and congregation of Sweetfield

I *honor student. venture rise from a completed before the Hamilton L. Cheatham, Baptist Church will accompany the pastor toAbyssinia a j

I ************ At Fla. Normal handful of supportersto presentation is ready chairman, Reuben B.'BrooksCochairmanT.. i Baptist Church March 27. The Home !I

its present day for public Mission Society meets Sunday at 3 p. m.in the 1

: St. Augustine..The sell-out performances. tion. presenta- J.Powellsecretary and: parsonage, 1305 Harrison St. Easter rehearsalwill 1

Annual Religious Emphasis Solomon Tix eons,well- Advance a din i sion William Tarver, trea- be held at the church Saturday at 2 p. m. I
WeekObservance known manager of the with Mrs. Annie Bell Bennett in charge.
tickets at a consider- surer.
will take Sons of has
I place on Prayer
able The evening serviceswere
savings to
purchasers -
I the of Florida also beeninstrumental
campus most impressiveand WHEN YOU ARE ILL
are already
1 Normal and Industrial You Seek The Belt Doctor
1i Memorial College March Graham's Miami available in area_ .J.rbus... "" the male choruswas When Your Doctor Prescribe
i mess concerns. heard with Prof. "
5-10 according to Dr.R.WPuryearpresident. .s'y: Get Experienced Ph&'mJ'dab
Crusade SI.atedMIAMIFla.It. NAACP Youth A.N.Greene, presidingat a J To Fill Your Prescription .

I JENNIFER J. GIBBS and Reverend Ottie L. nothing the console. The ,; .a.r According To Your Doctor I
Council Sunday Orders We UM Only j
Isaiah Blocker West, assistant pro- message was upliftingand
else happensthe state- i The Best AtLILLY'S
fessor of religious full of warmth.AU Quality Drugs
wide Billy Graham Crusade At Grant AME
Pepsi Cola Dealers an education and directorof present enjoyed its Dr. C. E. BUskProprietor

the 'Pepsi Cola Bottling religious life at will have been Final plans for set- fullness was benefit- I
worth while.
Company are proud to> the college. ting up of a massive ted.St.Paul was bles- 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU
I! This is the
salut s Jenniferof the consensusof sed throughout the day
register to gote. campaign
9th grade class.She is Special activities those who have participated for Duval Coun- with the visitation of DRUG STORE
president of her class scheduled to take i n the Crusade -
ty will highlight the ,the holy spirit. Come
president of thejuniori place during this annual that began Jan.14in regular weekly publicmass to St.Paul, J e SUB 1807 Kings Road ELgta 3-8278

Honor Society and a. Religious Week Jacksonville and meeting Sunday by awaits you there. A COMPLETE LINE OF:
member of the Band.Her*r Observance will include will move into its second the Jacksonville NAACP Cosmetics Rubbev Goeds Candles Sundries
I PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
hobbies are reading, N r special daily phase March 5 for Youth Counvil :in Grant Mrs: Mary 'Darden
dancing and sports. "- sessions in the Anderson three weeks of evangelistic HsorialME'Church

* Hall Chapel witha _service in the, Clay and Orange Sts., Confined to Home tl
different speaker Kiani Beach ConventionHall. Hurstpresidentannounced.The
Rodney Friends of Mrs. Mary
for each session. .
j meeting Darden will be pleasedto ij
Listen To i is
gets underway promp- .
learn that she is
Papal Music-quest "tly at 4
Friday Nliae Everyone is Going to Beautiful.. The voter p.m.registration -. now able to receive
10:30 to 11:00 friends. Hrs. Darden
For Phone Request LINCOLN ESTATES. campaign along has been confined with

EL 6-0481-2 with; observance o f illness during thepast _
WHERI JUST LIVING IS A VACATION 2
and
all court rulings three weeks in _

I NOW 1 Urc* implementation of her 710 If. 8th Street
I I SMALL OPENING =. present projects will
t DEPOSIT UNIT No. 3 ,.... be discussed in a residence MAKES4SKlpl BLEACHES .
HOLDS Tie ar r'mkafku Mrs. Darden is the
BE THE FIRST t general audience-rani
OLD
TOO ewi.l.al mother of}.Beatrice
AND GET A Larp Lets table discussion Hirt
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THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday February 25 1961
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Living Conditions Hit :In Fla.) Training Camps;





Negro Ball Plaferslrked Aboutinferior Quarters


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Segregated Hotel Facilities/ Tennessee Rips Southern Illinois- f f'x f Slates AMU EightTALLAHASSEE.Trackmen i I


May Move Majors From State Florida

I Latest to, join the wave of mounting protest A & H University: track
and field team will
over segregated living conditions for Negro
= in eight meets'this
baseball players who report annually to Floes engage springaccording

ida's spring training camps is Billy Brut on, to track coach Pete
former Milwaukee Braves.star-outfielder who Has Griffin.
traded this past winter to the Detroit Tigers '
The FAMU thinclads,
Although B rut o n
doesn't consider himself Robinson's,Crowe's and Southern Intercol-
White's viewpoints .on legiate Athletics Con-
a crusader, he T-
joins Jackie Robinson, the, situationtheyhave ,' ference Championssince
George Crowe and Bill been joined in previous 1957, will open
J White in speaking out denouncements against i Y.' u'K the ?61 season in the

when he terms conditions segregated training Florida A&M University

,I concerning injistices camp conditions in the V Spring Sports Carnival
need criticLsn. South by Hank Aaron, here March .24-25.Competition -

In speaking out a- Willie Mays, Ernie will be held
gainst springtrainingcamp Banks, Wes Covington, I in golf, tennistrack

injustices which Curt Flood and others KY. baseball during the
Negro players face in a mounting wave of ?I R. V two-day spring event.
year in and year out resentment } : The 1961 track and

in :the state of KLor- I : field schedule: March

idaBruton said,"Conditions 24-25, FAMU Spring
which we face A & T Aggies : q = 'n Sports CarnivalTall

each spring have nerer -: ahassee;April 1South
been a source of sat- :Win. Twin Bill r Carolina Invitational State Track College and

isfaction forme.since 1
we play together, why Field Meet,0rangeburg
not livetogetherThisbrings GREENSBORO, N.C.-The S.C.; April15Seven-
about the same A&T College Aggies teenth annual Alabama

situation on w h atwe're last week took wins State College Relays,
fighting a- over Shay University, Montgomery, and the
gainst." 97-46and FayettevBle Pelican Relays outhemUniversityBatxn

"During spring train- S tate Teachers College, Ii Rouge

ingtrips always bring 93-73in CIAA basketball ,_.... tf ..._.,...w April 28-29, Perm Relays -
about the same problems Both games were ,Philadelphia
1he white playersgo played here at the HIGH FLYINGThe nation's number one poll leaders among small college basketball teams 5Thirty-fifth annual

to a hotel and we Charles Moore Gymnasium through most of the current season is Tennessee A. and I. University which has even gone Tuskegee Relays,Tusk-
Colored players have out of its class on several occasions to provide worthy contention againstmajor opponents. egee Institute,Ala;
to catch a cab and A&T had in the op In photo above, Tennessee's Mel "Trick" Davis (43) "floats through the air with the greatest May 12, Thirtyfifthannual
'' find a restaurantAl inion of 'head coach, of ease" to shoot over the outstretched arms of Southern Illinois center Tom McGreal SIAC Track and
though baseball clubs Cal Irvin"pieced together (55) as teormate Don Hepler (45) looks on. The Big Blues, (Tenn.) has actually had many field Championships,
teams singing the blues this season. Atlanta.
are small in comparison a clicking :
to States, major bination. of scoringand '
league andlower rated defense power." SEAC's 160.M VP's DillarcJ Faees- Va cia Pirison

clubs are a very good The Aggies whipped UP'
source of revenue to Shaw on February 1, SPORTING IT In Tourney Play La. SouthernIn Set For .167
,behind tJ sharpshoot-
unities in which
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February
ing and fancy floor By C. PAKHAM JOHNSON 1961 Slate
they train or play in. Vada Edward Pinson
Take any of the, te'WS'out work: of playmakers; BASEBALL PEAYHIS throughout the nation are Most Valuable the 5-11 174 ,
pound
- of these comun- Hugh Evans with 19 of the 1960 ,
beginning to make preparations to, head for the Player outfielder of the
ities and then realize : and Jerry Powell,. who' various spring training comps. Ifeny of the Southeastern_ C o n- BY BENNIE* THOMA3 Cincinnati Reds is all

what economic sit- scored 15points for young hopefuls are youngsters who gres up a- ference (SEAC) Tournament Baton Rouge Louisiana set for the 1961 sea-
uation would bc?'* the evening round the playgrounds of the cities and the and the other ..Wllard University son as the Reds -
prepare
In addi.ti.on to Bniton l wide open spaces in the rural districts where four all- tournament of New Orleans was

::' ...:1 ., ," ,.:,.., .'. '.... the cow pastures are the only fences contend selections will to headfor
,.:.:..': ':.:,'J..t t-; : .i .,...! : /. to ap- announced this weekas training camp.
tb
j :':: >: f : }: } _-J : with, as far as knocking the ball .across the pear in this yearfs replacement for Pins on who is called

,;! f l II ,':', .. ( fence or running into a fence chasing a ball. tourney at Albany Kentucky StateCollegeon by many,as the fast-

..: : i ,." '" 1' ( '- t .'; : t ':. DID YOU EVER HEAR THE STORY of Billy Jones State College,Feb.. 24 the 1961 Southern est runner in the
:
it r :Make
!j : your who took his mule from the plowwent into town and 25. Football
University
,i; i r' Cr1\: : ;;' Face Feel; : pitched a double header and went back unhitched Ira Jackson, 6-3 schedule. major -leagueswas one

.,' his mule and finished the day behind his plow? Savannah State junior' Southern University of the top hitters for
,...: ..t( :.. .COMFORTABLEand.. ... ,. ., Billy was a terrific pitcher who never went to from Chicago coppedthe the Reds last season.
..;.,:..; i t.t t.: Athletic Director, ..W.Munford .
: 1 : / .. the major leagues J but as a sand 1"otter he was H.V.p.trophy,lea-: in releasingthe

":. f i LOOK" .GOOD. .. among the best.B1lly's ambitions never reached ing the Tigers to a 1961 10-gane slate
j j beyond pitching to his hometown admirers, but clean sweep of the for his National Champion Uses Stop Watch
{ f\;\ he covered the territory that surrounded his league's visitionand also revealed for Itch Relief
..<...... ji r .1 # hometown and his farm. post-season titles. Jaguars,
> !> a change in Mr*.A.Z.Grade says: I thought
,.....,:::: I .:.:}'J J t HAVE YOU EVER WATCHED a baseball game on pic- Jackson's scoringpartnerRede1 site for the Jackson I would go out of my mind with
,\:\:,.....J>:'.,.:t.t G1 ":' nic day in a rural coHnunity? It: is a sight to Walton University friend poison ivy Helens itchinf. Then at my I
;n.'.',::'J> .::..>"" l J,:" : '. see. Fans have an opportunity to see some real beefy 62 Savannah CollegeSouthern bought Tettenne sujcgettion.My husband
1 Came. in fun. checked the time his
1 : : :l tds4anahst-FD : .. .. performances. The players shoy-they have what forward also from top watch. WelJ.1n no time on at
\
:\<./.WAGJC;':.SHAVING... POWDER. .o' !.t: < it takes to make great stars and all they need Chicago was a close WANTED: Men and women wno. all equally the itch wonderful wa one.for Tettenneis fart re
,, "'">'x:}r. ( ., is some coaching. It is hard to believe that second. honestly desire to face their Wcoholic lief of surface rash,f'CZt'Ma.ath.lete'
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t.: h; I >V r ", .. t. :\ b-" foot and innocuous insect
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problems. 'Free meetings:
v> If your druiiut cannot supply I you V*j f' SHAVING*'POWDER%CO,\'->. some of the stars of the majors once played in Monday and Fridays 7:30 P.M bites. If your druggist cannot
l SEND M for. these MAGIC TEAM. MATES.Nd t P.O.Bo. 3457 F3-Savannah Ga.1 the wide open spaces in the rural coasunities Clara Wh1tfJ3 1s&.. Room 305. I supply triM Company.you send Savannah.75f to Shujv Ga.

N ..... MANY OF THE HOPEFULS, reporting to spring WATCH THIS CLOWN
wI = 1 f ,
a. : : training caps will be former high schoolcol

lege and semi players who made good on 39-47-2

KY their respective teams. They have the abilityand 541-11-165
YOU CAN'T BUY A FINER
the potential, but the trouble, comes in
pushing the old veterans aside. It matters not 9. 6

how good one may be, what would be the chance 8 3 KENTUCKY BOURBON !

of moving Joe Adcock off first base or .Matthew 5 0
+ from 3rd base for Milwaukee;Nellie Fox off 2nd
base Sheraan. Lollar fran"behind the bat for 40-19-86

.. the Chicago White Sac Well, it never hurts to 315-88-25 ,.
keep trying because nobody knows when. 5-.11. ... w r :
; '< : THE ONE WORD that has become imortalized inA.erica SotMtimM fctt's v .*.
and should take its place in the hall He . work it all .,....
of fane is the word "NIGGER. Jackie Robinsonwas
1 called that when he first went to the THIS CLOWNIS

w Brooklyn Dodgers and he vent on to become. WATCHING
Rookie of the Year. Althea Gibson was called 17-10-35
.a that and she went on to beat everybody who t

t. ..-.' --- TRAIN YOURSELF could hold a tennis racket in their hands and "Hants Days Arc Nun-
J
then neat on to Ezigland to win the Wimbledon: bercd"Health And For- "A.
called that and he beat tune Can Be Yours When .y "
Hatches. Joe Louis. was
'.. .. For A Paying Profession everybody from center, to dLrctmference and was You Know your Lucky
Colon Etc
.
.... .n. world. Willie called Days,Lucky .
"". chaapion of the Maya was ;P ...
.:...:.. In I 26 W. ..ks that and he be case known to the baseball worldas Send $2.00 for your -
i "Asazing. Willie and drew a cool $85,000 a Horoscope Guide For 'f t
,.',' NEW CLASSES NOW FORMING year. FebruaryFill ...., p \
4. in the blank below & $ \
SUPPOSE WE ANALIZE THE WORD and say H is for ; i""
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Yl&-Yeu'H .lw.ys WV WBH ZODIAC 1., ,.. g g .
and mail to ': : > ou ;
',,, sV- 'T Ml'H .... sadYPI.Yw'M ....., NATURAL, X is for INSTINCTG is for GAIN3G, is .:1',6 .
0.- 561 "
faw eel for GREAT, E is for EXTENSIVE and R, is for RESPECT Post Office Box <' ..
gar woeo \\1fI
I N O Y...wlN net ... JeW sM .'_ 50. In football that is what it means to Jim Jacksonville 1, Ha -'liIBT8Y :- .
.. KGlSTSt, NOW Brown of the Cleveland Browns, Lenny Moore of NAME :' ,.' .
the Baltimore Colts, Ollie Matson of the Loa '.. ... '

: FUHHM IMIEI COLLEGE Angeles Rams, Willie: Galiaore of the Chicago Street ." '. .
r Bears Clarence Peaks of the Philadelphia Date of: .
r-. ,3O.i 11m. St. Eagles tad Mel Triplet of the New York Giants BirthMo.. Day. $flAiaT._...Y.N PIX. ? cum. KT wumo. co,MMUII&U,...' n.
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'Page Six THETLORIDA STAR :Saturday.. February 25, 1961
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Chips Off The Block i r11- f, i tt 1 ..-
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by "jay jay"Ground EXPERT ATTENDANTS
'hium ST. AT FLA AYE
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STRAND SUN..SAT.Yetro6olh7.Mi1a..m .
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hog or no ground hog the weather. is -

sure fine around here these days.At one time I (.rw PIMctIIII = J-

was even entertaining thoughts of going to the : r ::& "\ the-Lj; I
beach and sunning for an hour or so. Not onlyis 4!' .A .

the weather hot but so were+ things out around _
the Palms of Jacksonville over the weekend .1-------11/IOL9W___
Sheriff Carsons crew met Ben Bart's Busters PLl3S,2nd
BIG Hit I
You know who won Several members of the ,...,. ..... 11"" .-,&..1'AVA -DIRK
Bart's Busters paid a visit to our nice new 1 ,"I DmJm DlV'1 Mr
jail and courthouse. They were charged with., \, cEMROOSEVELT UN1JiWDUUI-I\Ul .

selling the booze after the legal hours and to \ ANIIIL
make it worse they were selling it too high. ..*
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This weekend really started out on Tuesday 4 a Sy.y ":mPH aJmH
night. The mail carriers and other postal work- Y/JC 2 ta t ><

ers danced at the AraoryManyof the crowd left aw a-; ; .,. TUES.
the dance and continued their merry making at :

various_spots in the county Ribault, Country ... -<,. 3 BIG HITS -
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Club and ELDorado had attractions. .c "" .
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Friday, night it will be the night of the Vagabonds a.A. :: yp9r J gR! FS Ac LATCMMKOIOH

This annual affair is always crowdedand \ /
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usually junps Look for pictures of the k .". m :
dance in the Star next week. Over the week-end 4&.1 J- -r.--- --- lY

'Fred Waring, Cab Galloway and the Globetrotters TEACHING MACHINE INSPECTED -A recent innovation in teaching at J a m e a Weldon Johnson
and Holiday on Ice will hold forth in the new School is the use of teaching machinesan automatic or semi-automatic device whichpresenta And ALAN LADD"THE
ColiseuQ questions or other stimuli to students and provides a means of responsethen informs his PROUD REBEL
On the topic of the Coliseueilet us talk about of the correctness of his response immediately.ThirtY' five machines have been received and PLUS "TARZANSGREATEST

ice skating The younger folk are taking .'to a program in Algebra is in use.Three groups of students, one group from the eighth grade, ADVENTURE"
the sport like a duck takes to water. Us older a select group of ninth graders and the, third has been transferred from a, course in general SKYV1EVV |STTTue .
ones with the brittle bones had better watch mathmetics without regard to ability.Evaluation in the use of the machines is now being
that ice. Junius Bowman makes like a pro while conducted at the school.School instructors shown inspecting the machine from left areMrs.' "JOIRNEY TO A LC6T CITY11

the rest of the, novices are acting the part. E.L.GeorgeDean of Girls P.ParsonsmathematicsMrs.C.P.t3imp3onsocial:: studies; 1;!. Lawson, AND
.Hattye Stewart takes the kids but she hasn't physical education;J.C ,demonstrator; Gre.eneprincipalMrs.M.J.Harrison, english "FAST SET"
gotten up enough nerve to tryMary Coleman and -J.H.Jacksonindustiral arts iMrs.W.M.->,fcRaelibrarianMro.L.L.Murph7artT.Thomas, assistant
$455 Cash Men
Jewell Holloway tried it this week. I hink Principal;and G.F.Cash, science. Win Mitel .

,that I will stay in the grandstand.If .

we had to pick the most versatile musician POLICE REPORTSGeorge APT. FOR RENT
in town, Son Jones would win the title hands

down. The popular musician is now playing Jones,50, of GOODSON Rm.Upper Apartment.
flute. He doesn't just jive around with an instrument 626! W. Monroe Streetwas CleanersPICK Freshly Painted.$9,00
he plays. Iiivmy small way considerSon robbed of $15 let per Week. 'PO 8-4760.

a master of the bass, piano. and flute. His Sunday 816 MonroeStreetpalice UP ft DELIVERY Medium MULLET 20c
,friends are waiting for him to decide to play stated. Lit.
'organ When that day comes, Jimmy Smith and Jones stated that he 4956 CLEVELAND ROAD Royal Crown Large MULLET L,. 29c

others had better move over.C. was visiting a friend &: Bottling..Company. Fresh Frozen MULLET L'. 98c
C. Richardson is the leading golf instructor Salt MULLET ROE 98c
when several men at- 1056 POWHATTEN STREETPH. 1235 SAN MARCO BLVD. L,.
in town. 'Every Sunday afternoon he is in- tackedhim.One. of the FIRST LANDING OF SEASON ,..
jstructing someone around the Lincoln Course. men uhovas armed with EL4OO47HEETH fL94488 Virginia Red Fin CROAKERS u.. 39c

Natch there are always ladies and pretty ones a hook- bill knife RED BASS Medium... u. 39c
..'.Ran into Earl KitchenGeorge Harris,Charles threatened him and BEAUTICIANSEOOTHS Medium FLOUNDER Lit. 39c

Brown, Baby BrownL.C. PierceBill Scriven and took his money. FOR RENT Beach WHITING LI,. 39c
some other members of the golfers as they brokeup Jones could mt identify STYLIST BEAUTY SALON Boat WHITING 29c
meeting Sunday night..George Washington is his assailants.He BROS. 1346 Davis Street Shrimp u.

Curtis Taylor's man Friday when the joint did say one of the HAS MOVED EL 4-9911 EL 39825Mrs.Christeen SHEEPNOSE u. 32c
jumps. George is calling himself'the hardest men was called'Slim". Brown SPANISH MACKEREL Lit. 32c'
luck man in town. Had the occasion to visit in Police said Jones was Across The Street OwnerOperatorOPFItATORS Reduced We per Ib.. -
the Masonic Temple this week.The board has donea intoxicated. .
"FRESHEST FISHf'1ST ROE SHAD Now 39c.....
good job in the removing of the building.We Hrs.Lillian Jones,Mrs. Delight
sort of mentioned the stork a couple of FOR SALE & BROAD STS. 'Mary Lue GriffinMrs. BUCK SHADBONELESS Lit. 29c

weeks; ago well it is ruaored that the bird is 1951 CHEVRCIET4100.00 -- ----- --- Sylvia Johnson SHADGmirmtt's Per I.g 9Sc

doing a whole heap of hovering around town. 1439 )Madison Street .
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Phone :: : : 1';:
ELgin 58908C ...... 11' _, ,
Congrats Richard and Ruthie Williamsits a all Anytime .. .- --_ -po
boy..For'sheer courtesy it is hard to beat Day. During / 1 ill: : .' "I

V.llloughby Stevens of the Tropicanna. Many of : > iA3ir; I
the other waitresses in town could take a page MAIDS URGENTLY NEEDED- I"I I
from her book and try to emulate..... Visited ;
'To $60 cub.weekly, N. Y. Job. We
with our friends of the Havana Nite Club. send your carfare immediately. *_bl\\ ,ij,}.>::,: ? 1 .; ,, s I
Shorty Baker and Albert were having a running Give references in letter-be prepared :t1. i 1 ff
to leave right away. Write '
conversation in Spanish. The Guinarts are not .HA V-A-DdAID Agency 4 <3ond St. t'( 1.' r
as much on the side of Fidel now as they once Great Neck N. Y. ,: f r; t I! _

were. Above all the'xaitresses look good..Atthe i Ii
Bus Station bar, llaudella and "O.D.. arehoTdfrtg AVON CALLiNG' t
forth. O.D. is trying to teach Maud- I
ell a*the secret of her martinis. For Women Who Need I L Hl j
Solomon Weston is still extending an invite Money.Serve Oust ers F

for his friends to stop by and visit., Sol is In Your Neighborhood. ': iX
in business the of Beaver and Advertised Nationally F
on corner Myrtle Oil TV. Call ELgin ................__. .... .. ._, ., l' .
Avenue selling Standard Oil products.Albert
6-8810. Allen University students gather for an
Crawford is fast becaning a mystery man around ... informal supper at Dean Cumbo's apart
town. The boy is moving in wide a ndmysterious r' W ment. Left to right are Sitrena Burris,
Miss Cumbo and Gloria Massey. Main
circles.
PREMIER'SMeat dish will be chicken with Carnation
Marvin Carson was caught in New York when the 4' cream sauce (recipe below),"Carnationhas
planes stopped flying. He and the missus, had MarketTURKEYS been the milk in my home as longas
i% 4y 9 I can remember," Miss Cumbo says.
train the Sunshine
to catch a back to State. .
"In fact, it was my formula milk whenI
Martin Luther King is caning to town on the ,. was,a baby."This milk in the red and
19th of March. He will be presented at Mount .V / white can is the world's favorite, by far.

Ararat Church..John Childs took another trip /4; -----,

down Matrimony Rd. this week.... Ken Knight's' 3Iolb : recipe: \L_______
,big gospel show comes off Sunday night. a .< 'y ,

Fresh ; I Creamed Chicken with I
Also on the Civil Rights front, look for big CARNATION LUMP-FREE
45c 11
I Ib.
news from the local chapter of the NAACP soon. [AMS I- CREAM SAUCE

Rev. J.B.F. Williams, the newly elected president Freih I .. I
(M. about 4 Hrvingi) Ii
.is busy getting his program fbrthe year i
lined up. If you haven't joined see Dr.Hxter SwageS' 2 tablespoons flour -'i-"f.t:3*> i
Scttervhite and join now. p. $1, With Dr. Frank R.Veal President of Allen University Dean Gumbo discusses 1/2 teaspoon salt .."
second semester plans during coffee break. "Most of us here at school prefer 2 tablespoons butter .
3lfcs.S1.Lfcattt Carnation to cream in our coffee"Miss Gumbo points out"It makes coffee taste
1% (large can)
cups
Iicon delidous-and it's nice to know Carnation cuts fat calories in half!" I undiluted CARNATION i
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.. "Trade at MATHIS and Save!" BEEF ; EVAPORATED MILK
,- Dean Students ts,at Allen University tells why... Blend flour salt and butter togetherin
saucepan over low heat until smooth.
3 "lid $1 "Carnation is the milk I use like cream Gradually butter-flour add mixture.undiluted Stir constantly Carnation un to I

toll ClOts for coffee and cooking-even whipping!" I til Chicken thickened or Turkey and smooth.: Pour "Lump-Free"For Creamed
I Cream Sauce over
1Iiki5Ih mixture of 2 cups
fir 51 During her busy day at Allen University creamy-but it has only % the fat calories chopped cooked
in Columbia,South Carolina Miss of l
cream. chicken or turkey.
YOU CAN USE THE SHOES USE ....uYIIIY T..Lorzaine Cumbo likes to relax for a Today's Carnation is evaporated a special /4 cup chopped I
F.NJB.. CHARGE PLAN PLAN'EN'5 coffee break now and then.After school way that makes it look, pour'and I celery,1 72 cup sliced '
she comes hometo, her attractive : stuffed olives.Serve ,
aparteven whip like cream-with 6 the fat I
SUITS $ff8.95 IOVS SUITS $13.9!' meat on the campus-and relaxes byserving calories, and at l/i the cost of cream. toasted over toast buns.slices or I Iw
dinner to student guests Even when you mix it with an equal L_______
MATHIS SHOE STOlE "Cooking is my hobby-but I'm careful amount, of water, Carnation gives '
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poor OF WESTWAYER about calories.Tftafs why I cook with smoother cooking results than ordinary Iron Contud Cow L
Carnation.It makes everything taste so milk,at far less cost
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' .Six THE-FLORIDA STAR ''Saturday" February; 25,
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Chips Off The Block ': ,t. Station-

K BUMPER to BUllPER:
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by .jay" EXPERT SERVICES ATTENDANTS

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STRAND sux..sar.YNa .
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Ground hog or no ground hog the weather is : ,..." -..;.;::.-
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sure :fine around here these da ys.At one time I lt

was even entertaining: thoughts of going to the roe ? : lt'
beach and sunning for an hour or so. Not onlyis Ir.o

the weather hot but so were things out a- y a a? t r t _
round the Palms of Jacksonville over the weekend 1 ,. .
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Sheriff Carson's crew met Ben Bartfs Busters rf PLUS,2nd BIG Hit =
members ''' !'Ifl ..Ii.-
You know who won. Several of the **""
If AVA DIRKROOSEVELT
Bart's Busters paid a visit to our nice new 01':01"'(\IDrmrD. 001'/ I nor(
jail and courthouse They were charged with, u 4., \ \f 'i,1 "" l1IUWt1U\..au.sPt .,DlIUIWJlJ .

selling the booze after the legal hours and to t\ i. ANAL
.
make it worse they were selling it too high. :;:;: ;.; .,:. \ ........,.

This week end really started out on Tuesday ..';?j. '" .- ; r smw mPH COTIIH
:
night. The mail carriers and other postal workers >
SUN.-
danced at the Araory.Manyof the crowd left .... Ti TUES.
the dance and continued their merry making at '.---,-''.
3 BIG HITS
> -
various_spots in the county. Ribault, Country .!. ..:......
Club and KLDorado had attractions. A ti yB nk' +

Friday night it will be the night of_the Vagabonds 8RDES! W

This annual affair is always crowdedand 21'J TCMNAnd
usually (imps. Look for pictures of the 4 'J'it, -
dance in ,,_ '___:_. -- _. a \ ...-- .- = ;I
the
Star next week. Over the week-end @
'Fred Waring, Cab Galloway and Globetrotters TEACHING MACHINE IR31'ECTED--A recent innovation in teaching at J a m e a Weldon Johnson
.and Holiday on Ice will hold forth in the new School is the use of teaching machines automatic or semi-automatic device whichpresents ALAN LAnD

Coliseum .. questions or other stimuli to students and provides a means of response,then informs: bin "THE PROUD REBEL"

On :the topic of the Colisetmlet us talk about of the correctness of his response immediately. five machines have been received and PLUS "l'ARZm

ice skating. The younger folk are taking .to a program in Algebra is :in use.Three groups of students, one group from the eighth grade, GREATEST ADVENTURE"

the sport like a duck takes to water. Us older a select group of ninth,. graders and the third has been transferred from a course in general SKYVIEW Sun.Tuea...
ones with the brittle bones had better watch mathmetics without regard to .Evaluation in the use of the machines is now being
that ice. Junius Bowman makes like a pro while conducted at the schoolSchool instructors shown inspecting the machine from left areMrs.' "JOURNEY TO A IXBT( CITY"

the rest of the. novices are acting the part. E.LGeorgeDean of Girls; P.ParsonsmathematicsMrs::> ,socsal studies; h'. Lawson, AHD"FAST

.Hattye Stewart takes the kids but she hasn't physical education;J.CdemonstratorH.James. GreeneprincipalMrs.M.J.Harrison, englishJ.H. SET"

gotten up enough nerve to try.Hary Coleman and .Jackson,industiral arts;Mrs.W.M.McRaa. .. ,librarian Hre.L.L.Murphyart;Thomas, assistant ?
Win $455 Cash Men Mitel
Jewell Holloway- tried it this week. I think Principaland G.F.Cash, science. .

that 2x3.1 stay in the grandstand.If .

we had to pick the most versatile musician POLICE REPORTSGeorge i APT. FOR RENT
in town, Son Jones would win the title hands

,down. The popular musician is now playing Jones,50, of GOODSON Rm.Upper Apartment

flute. He doesn't just jive around with an instrument 626i W. Monroe Street CleanersPICK Freshly Painted.$9.00

he plays. I.in-my small way considerSon was robbed of $15 1 tSunday' per Week. TO 8-4760.
a master of the bass, piano and flute. His -
at 816 Monroe UP ft PELIVERY Medium MULLET ,. 20c
friends are waiting for him to decide to play StreetpOlce stated. L
4956 CLEVELAND Royal Crown Large MULLET ,. 29c
'organ When that day comes, Jimmy Smith and Jones stated that he ROAD L

others had better move over.C. was visiting a friend & Baffling Company Fresh Frozen MULLET L,. 98c

C. Richardson is the leading golf instructor when several men attacked 1056 POWHATTEN STREET 1235 SAN MARCO BLVD. Salt MULLET ROE u. 98c.
in town. Every Sunday afternoon he is instructing him.One of the riftST LANDING OP SEASON..
someone around the Lincoln Course. men who was armed witha PH. EL.4OO47HEETH -9-4488 Virginia Red Fin CROAKERS l. 39c

Hatch there are always ladies and pretty ones hook- bill knife RED BASS Medium.. Lit. 39c

....Ran into Earl KitchenGeorge HarrisCharlesBrown threatened him and eEAUncuNsi00THFOR Medium FLOUNDER Lt.. 39c

Baby BrownL.C. PierceBiH Scriven and took his money. RENT Beach WHITING ,.. 39c
some other members of the golfers as they brokeup Jones could not identify STYLIST BEAUTY SALON
Boat WHITING 29c
meeting Sunday night..George Washington is his assailants.He BROS. 1346 Davis StreetEL Shrimp lit.

Curtis Taylor's man Friday when the joint did say one of the HAS, MOVED 4-9911 EL 39825Mrs.Christeen SHEEPNOSE ,t. 32c
jumps. George is calling himself the hardest men was called'Slim". I BrownOwnerOperator SPANISH MACKEREL ,,. 32c'
luck man in town. Had the occasion to visit in Police said Jones was Across The Street Reduced We Ib. .
per
the Masonic Temple this week.The board has donea intoxicated. OPERATORS .
"FRESHEST FISHP1ST ROE SHAD Now 39cu.
good job in the remodling of the building.We Mrs.Lillian Jones,Mrs. Dtlljht
sort of mentioned the stork a couple of FOR SALE & BROAD STS. ''Mary Lue GriffinMrs. BUCK SHADBONELESS L,. 29c

'weeks ago well it is runored that the bird is 1951 CHEVRCIE-$100.00 -- ---- --- Sylvia Johnson SHADGovrnufs Nr I., 95C 111

doing whole heap of hovering around town. 1439 }Madison I
Street .
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Congrats to Richard and Ruthie Williams,its a C all Phone Anytime ELgin 5-8908 .:.:......,...... '.>.>>,...'..:}".'.;)r."I; '.:..... :"I':.'.'.. ... .' ; H., "--:-" ;
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y.For sheer courtesy it is hard to beat Day. During ::.. > I 1 .:'.:::.:'::;..?...:.':.d. : 'I.:::: .;..:....:..... ". 1 j jt 4 ? f

Ytflloughby Stevens of the Tropicanna. Many% o'f :J ':':: i:; .,. ; :1; :. r;

the other waitresses in town could take a page .
MAIDS URGENTLY NEEDED .. .
from her book and try to emulate..... Visited ':"
'To $60 cub,weekly, N. Y. Job*. We .'.
with friends of the Havana Kite 'f'.>.,,
our Club. send your carfare immediately. .': .. .-
Shorty Baker and Albert were having a running Give references in letter-be pre-
pared to leave right away. Write "
conversation in Spanish. The Guinarts arc not .HAV-A-MAID Agency 4 3ond SL. .
as much on the side of Fidel now as they once Great Neck N. Y. /

were. Above all the'waitresses look good..Atthe 1

Bus, Station bar, llaudella and "O.D., are AVON CALLING' L r t

holding forth. O.D. is trying to teach Haud- j. ?!.. : I -J
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Solomon Weston is still extending an invite CustomersIn ;:.i. : _. sI
for his friends to stop by and visit. Sol is Your Neighborhood. ::: :' H
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in business on the corner of Beaver arclMyrtle Advertised 'Nationally ,.....'.;.:t.'. :., : ;3?
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Avenue selling Standard Oil products..AlbertCrawford
6-8810. Allen University students gather for an
is fast becoming a mystery man a- informal supper at Dean Cumbo's apart i
round town. The boy is moving in wide and ment Left to right are Sitrena Burns
Miss Cumbo and Gloria Massey. Main
mysterious circles.
PREMIER'SMeat
dish will be chicken with Carnation
Marvin Cannon caught in New York when the
was cream sauce (recipe below)."Carnationhas
planes stopped flying. He and the missus had Market %" .4.d+ been the milk in my home as longas
to catch a train back to the Sunshine State. I can remember," Miss Cumbo says.
"In fact it was my formula milk whenI
Martin Luther King is caning to town on the *'
was a baby. This milk in the red and
19th of March. He will be presented at Mount TURKEYS white can is the world's favorite, by far.

Ararat Church..John Childs took another trip 'ii r.
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down Matrimony Rd* this week.... Ken Knight's. 35clb recipe: LCreamed
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big gospel show comes off Sunday night. ? sy ,
fresh Chicken with I

Also on the Civil Rights front, look for big CARNATION LUMP-FREE
news from the local chapter of, the NAACP soon. AOi45c I lb1 pica CREAM SAUCE II

Rev. J.B.F. Williams, the newly elected president Fresh (U&kti about 4 ttrvingi .I I

ds busy getting his program forthe year -y v M.A .. ., -,. a I p
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lined up. If you haven't joined see Dr.Hzter Sausage 3 Ik $1 I tablespoons ;'i
Satterwhite and join now. 'With Dr. Frank n: Veal President of Allen University Dean_Gumbo discusses 1/2 teaspoon salt :t
I second semester plans during coffee break. "Most of us here at school prefer 2 tablespoons butter I
Carnation to in coffee." Miss Gumbo points out."It makes coffee taste
Ids. S1 cream our
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3 % cups (large can
Bacon so delicious-and it's nice to know Carnation cuts fat calories in half!" I undiluted CARNATION I r


Trade at MATHIS and Save!" BEEF oF ,Dean Students,at Allen University tells why... Blend flour EVAPORATED, salt and butter MILK togetherin I.

saucepan over low heat until smooth.

3 1.$1fOil tcCa nation is the milk I use like cream Gradually butter-flour add mixture.undiluted Stir constantly Carnation until to I

CHOW for coffee and cooking-even whipping!" I Chicken thickened or Turkey and smooth.: Pour ttLump For Creamed-Free..

. E I Cream Sauce over
mixture of 2 cups
: ter 511 During her busy day at Allen University creamy-but it has only ,4 the fat cal chopped cooked
in Columbia,South Carolina,Miss ories of cream." chicken or turkey,
YOU. CAN USE THE: SHOES USE .HJ.&YANAr T...Lorraine Cumbo likes to relax for a Today's Carnation is evaporated a special I l/2 cup chopped i I
fJHA.. CHARGE PLAN PLAPIZMEN'S IOks51 L It coffee break now and then.After school way that makes it look, pour and I celery,cup sliced '
she comes home to her attractive apartment stuffed olives.Serve
even whip like cream-with the fat I
SUITS $ I.'S lOY'S SUITS $13.9EMATIIIS !; on the campus-and relaxes byserving calories, and at % the cost of cream. over toast slices or I
toasted buns.
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SHOE STOlE "Cooking is my hobby-but I'm careful amount of water, Carnation gives
FOOT OF VESTEAVER about calories.Thats why I cook with smoother cooking results than ordinary "from ConUHttd CtNf"Poge I L
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Carnation.It makes everything taste,so milk,at far leas cost ...
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