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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:
March 4, 1961
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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- .
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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:
March 4, 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
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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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i : School' .Board LoserAll Bishop Johnson Dies Phillip Main general RandolphIs SpeakerThe public

and all labor groups
,,! his religious doc and other organization
The sudden passing of
Bishop Sherrod C.John- trinesBishop Johhson : are cordially
kept a $500,000 offer invited to attend the
of the
i :Leeal Motions Church son, pastor of the Lord to anyone who proved public mass meeting

'i Jesus Christ of the him.A. wrong...- ,_ which will feature A.PMlfp .
Apostolic Faith i n Raadol li, x'es-
Philadelphia i religious ident of the American

leader of hundred| Negro Labor Councilof
Locallien Were Enroute Higher Court Appeal Here of thousands of followers America here Mon-
in the United dayMarch 6 at 8 p.m.

( Air To Knoxville// Tenn. States and abroadoc- in Ebenezer A. )1.E.hurchC1y .
B/ Looms As StepDuval cured Wednesday, Feb. :: and Ashley

Ii Two young Jaxons met sudden death Friday County School Board attorneys this week 22 while the leader streets.

night, Feb. 24 when the light plane in which were denied all motions in their defense against was residing a vacation .yH Samel Harper of t3,local acting
they were traveling enroute from Jacksonvilleto of in J8m&c ,British president
the National. Association. for the Advancement. Y council which
Khoxville, Tenn crashed near Aiken, S. C. Colored People IS'suit calling for complete in- West Indies "; group
also_killing the planefs other two occupants. tegregation of pupils and teachers ::1 nth e A dynamic "hell and is sponsoring Randolphs -
Killed were Clifford brimstone" speaker appearance
'county's school system. stated that
W. of 804 w. Bishop herehas
Bryant, r Johnson rose
U. S. District Court has
his gone
Fourth St.who as chief was operator employed : Judge Bryan Simpson, f.la. May Spend to from become hucHe beginnings a powerful BISHOP S. C. JOHNSON I all out group in making) this

-of*Waste&pQtrol hearing.,pretrial refused t arguments o-. $500.0Q0> IP. SellS religious, leader. His ..Mourned By Thousands I 'one of tie outstanding
of the current
of Florida, a. garbage' ,oV,'u<' i t 7.'.,-' _Frid'., -..i.I.I.,,:. YegaKl TdKcyTAHJMASSEEA&hough: ; :". weekly taped'"..radio.' Jli*.-ogitfiizjfeoJeonrsidered 4 -sseitori'events .
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and broadcasts' .
disposal concern, i Kent, special '"pchoo7. \ nere beaded: to bet Ii e -
,i fellow employe, Earl board defense counsel over: 70 stations. ':, fastest growing religious Quincy Man Held. '

D.Taylor who lived at and school board Attorney the Bryant administration throughout the nation- order over the :
1635 Highland Ave.Also Elliott Adams has been advocating Possessed of many past two years, was on Murder Charge
killed in the crash motions for appoint- a policy of talents,the bishop was predicted to outri val,
were John A.N.Fletch- a shrewd businessman, both the Daddy Grace QUINCY A drinking
ment of three-
a judge economy, it is speculated which
er, the firm's operator skilled contractor, and Father Divine spree Saturday
court to
consider the that the legis-
4 t 4 s resulted in the fatal
r wp. and
here musician.
who resided He
was groups if it maintained
constitutionality lature will endorsean
and Harold Iveems of considered ,shooting of one man
amessenger its present rate of
Pupil Place-
appropriation of
the of God and and the wounding of
Orlando plane's created
growth.He .
ment Law, stay of a $500,000 for a Northern another has resulted
pilot. 'what many of his followers had just recentlyset
I CLIFFORD BRYANT school board motionto states publicity in third
a man being
It is believed that thought
were radio sta-
further delay the campaign to sell its up held in custody and
the accident was caused present daytfcdracles" tion in Monaco from
until the U. S.' policy of racial
seg- murder .
facing charge
.. his a
during 40- odd
r by a storm consisting where his voice was
Supreme Court can ruleon regation, it w as reported Venadore Harvey 55
of thunder and light- .. the threecourtpleaand Wednesday. years of pastoring. heard all over Europe ,
according to Cads den
ning and a driving One of the most outstanding and the Middle East.
a request to Rep. W. H. Reedy of County Sheriff Othe
rain at about 5 p. m. Jf' cover the NAACP's bill Eustis said that Gov. of his present -
Edwards said to
which caused the planeto !, day projects was Shooting ,
of Farris
complaint. Bryant has
have stat Huel
out of controland the erection
go -" of his
\ '" Attorney Constance promised not to oppose Bennett 35 whiteand
crash. d. ./ Baker Motley, NAACP his bill, and that head- Climaxes also to have wounded
Mr. Bryant was born .'\ -- from New York the quarters church in
attorney governor said that
Edward Taylor 28 by
in Ga. and ,
Augusta, Philadelphia. There
contended that the he .had no. objectionsand Dice Game fire
had lived here for 19 despite fierce
suit does not chal- had given him: the I opposi-
years. He is survivedby ./ lenge* the constitutionality ahead sign. tion from the unions An 18-year-old youth
Mrs.Louise Bryant, l ... of the pupil go and several city ,officials was criticaHywounded Ga. Escapee
widow I(Gwendolyn,Jane, :, : placement act but he and 'his by a shotgun blast Held Under
Loretta Laura and (. Tallahassee Store members last
does however charge I made building Tuesday morning
Louise Bryant, daughters EARL D. TAYLOR that the school board Sit-Ins Stepped materials almost impossible during an a r guDent $15,000 Bail
{Cleveland Bryant, has used the .law to .UpTALLAHASSEEA to obtain over $10, following a
father Mrs. Louise during a steel strike dice game in which A
y ; and friends. Funeral achieve an unconstitutional stePed life- term escapee
Bryant, motherjSterl- services for Mr.Tayl= I atmosphere. sit-in and theatre and in a startling several men partici- from a Georgia prison

ing Lee Bryant,brother or are Saturday at In denying the, board up attendance c aapajgn period of some eightmonthsconstructed patedpaliceregarted.Witnesses camp who was appre-

....- Mrs. Corene Coles 3 p "ia. in Mt. Zion attorney's motions, was participated in the stated that hended Feb. 12, has
and Mrs. Rutha Mae magnificent newmother Alphonso Jackson Sr. been
Baptist Church. Judge Simpson ruled b7 here during placed under
Battles, sisters. that similar questionswere the groups' reek end. church. 44of 1009 Hogan St., $15,000 bail by U* S.
Funeral services, will St.Petersburg raised during a Target past for the demonstration For those doubting withdrew from the game CcHBdssioner V.CMb-
be held, Sunday at lp. Mixed school suit againstthe Mc- and counted his money en and has voluntarily
Hospital were
a, i n Philadelphia Vo 1 usia County Crortts.the Woolworth Fernandina and said he found a waived extradition

Baptist Church in Wal- .I'TJrisBURGHound. : school board when the store,5.ears Roebuck, Woman Dies $10 shortage will be returned to
do, interment in Wal- Park : Jackson accused Jerry: the Georgia prison.
Hospital, 2524- sufficiency f the ':Neisner s stores and
do Cemetery under the bed city owned facility bill of complaint had a shopping center drugstore hi Blaze Robert Williams,18of According to D. K.
direction of Dallas ,wta quietly: integrated been upheld .- 957 Hogan Street, of Brown, special agent
Graham? ,funeral direc- here 'Sunday Denied also by the Two ,of the demonstrators lERNANDINA BEACH- A !having his moneyWil- in charge of the FBI
tor. kerosene heater is lioa* denied the ac- ,district office here
vfaem two Negro vcBsnWBP court was a school after being refined ,
Earl D. Taylor was a, treated for var- board request for the right to believed to have been cueationJackaon left Golf Copelaad, 28es
the cease of a fire the group, vent hose caped fronths .Madison
Jacksonville native icoae veins plaintiffs to make admissions purchasing' ,tickets at ,
There i&d- of facts = here Monday which and returned with a Ga work last
and had resided here ware BO regarding a local the at rere cscp
caused the death of 16-
all of his life. H e deatreported :b>>-y 'the role of the porte .7 left without a49year guage shotgun and Sept. 18. He had been
old anddestroyed when
attended the local hospital officials aaAdministrator NAACP:! the casename argunent.- voaaa Williaaa again 'serving a life sentence -
schools. DcnRece financial her hone denied having the for isurder
; He leaves to : ly arrangements ORe store.
J mourn: Mrs. Ettelle helped oae of the and motives.The the*police.V'qerca1.1ect but The body of )k's.KeSr money Jackson fired Brown continued, that

: Taylor, mother; Theodore -. vctten, Jfrs. AltweteChagBan school suit was :tai deaonatratora.left ? Srith vu found hitting villiintti. oa Febl2Copelaadvs
"i Taylor father register instituted last Dec quietly..At the; otherateresjsanagen iB tbeaaoldeilng ruia left groin witnesses arrested in Leesburg
Hits Deborah Taylor, for a private root ber by Atty Earl H. closed of the hcaw, Police said for carrying a con-
1\ ;. daughter; __. Chris. She is expected to re- Johnson, local NAACP I lueck 'coHoter* during- Chief Charles ShipaaareportedSkLja Williaaa ,.taken to sealed weapon aai was
Mrs.4' {Iuta ...for tea -.. legal presentativein the sit-in said Dnval Medical Center gives a 20-day sen
i the vcHaa: apparestly by police ambulance tence. He vas then
; ouise Bracer and HiM The policy te adrit beha If of ].4localDuval
.. Joyce qlor.iaterl'r. Negroes followed a parents and their Viruses and Cancer tried to escape the where he vaa treated twaed over to FBI
of Five sciential have published tlfr8Ii her bedreea in surgery Jackson agents sad brought to
:.' Theodore Jr.,W1" "*, rri.. ce&fereaoetotveea student-children. .
a report indicating- that before being vaa arrested a short Jacksonville, to face .
&:)" and Clarence City H v .r virtue may play some,role in
Taylor, brothers; and 01... Anaes 8Ilell1 I A ILCRIDA STJR IN eight forms of human cancer, overcoat iaoaa 3 lK tins later near his 1 m t&Utfful flight
I' including lung cancer.w feeea slated
a boat of relative staff BYERT CLORDIir1 BOMB: I hcaer by Officer V. 0. charge

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TWO. THE. ELOKIDA. STAll Saturday, March. ,4. 196 -
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-- ..,.. ;?; ....WI' President's Cabinet ,' ,:;r I

1IM7'1i.. ,Flettta 8te P.ViiMngCo.Associated .
Lcen- Frets'
Negro A .VETERAN labor lawyer, Arthur J. Goldberg \ j
Me o. ? ,J fU r -'ff .. .
.u Pbs 2. .Jtrn. 113RMI .. '' "J1 special counsel to the AFL-CIOhas been chosen 4

=] Clraslafios Dapt. (.' k by Kennedy to be his Secretary of Labor.
Kennedy praised Goldberg "1
MAIN OFFICE fc PLANT as "one of the .
I V''RW Boa4 EL 4-tTtt .

i _,........ .. leading country during World War II.
i 3taWa1t/iMwt :..... ......#VY._.11...... .. .' 1 experts" He has spent his entire -
,. '0.-; .-IlL 1 !ria'". lr-Florida .::; : ;-: ::' -: in'the professional career

in the field of
c 0 m ex
BUBBCBIPTTON RATES- -1 field of labor law, becoming i
Or Year. S&St fie![Tea*, 'S3J6i Thwt:Hmft tl.M ,. industrial general counsel of the
Matted.. To Tea AajtrWe Za Tu United stai.j .*. former CIO in 1947.Atthe
T -. ..tftWe in Adraace. Seed Check or MCB.T Ozdcr TotFLORIDA re- time of his
selection -
for the Cab-
and paid ARTHUR J.
inet ; Goldberg was -
Poison' Control Effective ular tribute to the I also serving as general -
counsel of the
52-year-old Chicago-
Florida's 20 Poison Control Centers and their' ." born lawyer for having AFL-CIO IndustrialUnion

affiliated treatment centers continued to save ..:_r.r.w.! __ devised the"effectiveand Dept., general

7oE1811pes, and :recorded' a small decrease in ."16 n4.!.,;, .'f'40":1.....'; ....... .-';Of.1t << successful pro- counsel of the Steel-
of accidental poisoning during -r 1: cedures11 under which workers.In .
reported cases .J. : ?: "
the last half of 1960, the Florida State Board Conssunist- led unions his new post Gold- --

fl of Health,record keeper for the projects, reported were expelled f ran the berg will be concerned -

this week. former CIO.Goldbertwho. particularly with -

There were 1,465 reported cases during the attended measures for reducingthe

first, halt of the year and.1,438 during the Northwestern University current high level -

!' latter 'six months, the report shoved a/ !,r won his law of unemployment.

I total of 2,804 ,for the year. The health agency degree in 1929. He RESPONSIBILITY for
explained that this figure represented only the served as an Army framing the
accidental poisoning cases handled and: reportedby EMBARRASSED major with the Office Kennedy
BY OUR STRONG SUPPORT OF THE CONGO. WEAK Administration's proposals -
the centers,. and did not include cases SUPPORT OF CIVIL RIGHTS. of Strategic Services to Congress in -
treated by physicians or hospitals not listedas the fieldsof

Poison Control Centers or treatment centers. med-

Jacksonville, MiaprL and Pensacola have more ical
than ,one hospital emergency room equipped with .' Your WeeklyHoroscope for the

the special cabinets, used ty the Poison Control aged under 4
Centers. These auxiliary units are called Guide thesocial

treatment centers. The Poison Control Centers -
are, staffed around the clock. --
Internal medications such as aspirin topped i
,,4 the..list of accidental poisoners by a vide and fed- ABRAHAM A.

I margin, as has been the case since these projects By, PABLO, The ASTROLOGER era] aid RIBICOFFto
were started. There were 728 such cases education
will fall
in, the latest report. This was followed in order t
by insecticides with 204and petroleumin- ABIES have to take criticismthe planetary supportThe I laxation. Let your to 50-year-old Abra-

cluding kerosene,. with 153.Earlier ,in the year Born March 21st thru: April 19th effect would be cycle that is initiatedlate I friends take the ini- will ham A. Ribicoff, who

cleaning and polishing agents had held second It could prove 'some good. You stand to be on the 16th tiative, in so far as take over a s
place what too costly to called to' order on by design or coinci- your long-range inter- Secretary of Health,

As might be expected creepers and toddlers defy authority on the the 9th,10th and 11th dence, has to do with ests are concernedonthe Education and Welfare.

under age 3 were the most frequent victims of lOth.Conditions should and nothing but tact marital, public and 12th 13th. Born' in New Britain,

accidental; poisoning. At the "hand to mouth11 be just about ideal and diplomacy shouldbe partnership associations 310.551474315SAG1T1'ARIUS Conn., and a graduateof

age of :developmentthese .children followed the 'for arrangements that used to ward off the University of
have to do .with any threatening storns 8-60-77-12-91-867 Chicago law school,
shown each in the reports.by your
pattern year succumbing Born Nov. 23rd thru Dec. 21st Ribicoff
served in
The ,for self-ex- the
personal and vocational urge -
to the lure mother's aspirin"candy
should discount
You not -
should LIBRA legislature
pression5 b -
interests(12th( eunusually
ii or tasting the contents of any container they Born, Sept. 24th thru Oct. 23rd the advantagesof from 1938 to 1942
-13th.You, should not strong on
could get hold of and openRaciallythe.report
conmit yourself entirely the, I2th-I3thand that The initiative does owning property spent two years as a
showed difference in the inci-
no significant is when should be when this gives you a municipal judge i n
,as your chancesfor you seem to firmly
dence of accidental The
poisoning. cases were better chance of
I gaining Hartford and
progress and successful put your natural reserve ,in your grasp, and it was a
approximately proportionate to ,the racial representation
credit and
conclusions aside. may be several months power, member of Congress
among the population. prestige. Should :you from 1949
7-50-99-17-27-759 before to 1952.
would be can
definitely you recap-
The Poison Control Centers established
permit yourself to be Ribicoff
better after the 16th: ture it.The danger to servedas
the efforts of the state's
mainly through -
pediatricians '.LEO continued in attracted by the lure governor of the
270331461273TAURUS harmony
who felt tie need for an organised 'Born July 23rd thru Ae g: 2Srd your intimate public of speculation,>ouare Nutmeg State since

E t program and a centralized source of information It locks as if you associations is more likely to find 1955, and has been
and special qqidpaent in hospital emergency Born April 20th thru May 20th' would do well to slow pronounced on the 9th yourself slip ping traffic safety chair-

rooms to provide better and quicker treatmentfor You can eXpect to be up the tempo in keep- -10th. The 12th13th backward rather than man of the National

poisoning cases Dr. Ray 0. Edwards, Jr., called up short several ing with the, general are splendid day for otherwise. Do not Governors Conference.The .

Chairman of the Poison Control Committee of the times during then trends, or the stateof behindthe- s cen es ignore the opportunityto wide scope of

Florida Pediatric Society, said recently that xt few months,because your physical con- activities that would team up with individuals activities of the HEW
it has "always been alarming" to him to "rea- -
of developments beyond dition.A very valuable bring you prestige and or groups Dept.concerned as it
lize the large number of old, partially used your control. If yourhave | lesson, in. this con- monetary gain Thereare when the benefits to is with stimulating

medications in many (home) medicine cabinets." been 'remiss in nection, may be givenon additional indications be derived are un- better health and education -

He urged that all medications and other potential your behavior or social the 9th-10th. The that the: cycle questioned.You should for the Amer-

poisons be kept under lock and key, or. obligations in 13th is a fine day beginning after the wind up a period in ican people,were cited
definitely out of children1 reach, that old the past expect for daily affairsand in
you may charitable; work, 16th win be greatly your by Kennedy announcing
r medicines be discarded periodically, and that the fact to ,be confidential monetary concerned with turn your attentionto his choice o f
medicines be kept in small quantity, to avoid brought rather harshlyto hobbies and
r arrangements, and religious nership marital and creative Ribicoff for the Cab-
over-dosage and keep dCM1 the quantity of "old" your attention on convictions.You competitive, matters. work ((16th). inet post.Ribicoffis.
medicines. He concluded, "Prevention is a most the 9th-10th. Give in mayal so comfort 1-20-66-13-53-126 5-20-U-l5-38-521 post will

undra&atic means of treatment, but if all to the impulses that in companionship : SCORPIO be in the fore-front
Florida families would pay more attention to move or the and CAPRICORNBorn
you, urg- joint enterprises. of the social
the contents and closure of their medicine, ings of those W10 love 690881689698VIBGO 'Born Oct. 24th thru Nov. 22nd Dec. 22nd thru Jan. 19tb envisioned by progress the

cabinets it would certainly reduce the number youon the I2th-l3th, It takes not only You may find it of Kennedy Administratiai.

of accidental poisonings we doctors are called as you have much to skill and know-how to material advantage to

upon to tre t." gain, and nothing to Born Aug. 24th'I thru Sept. 23rd fill important jobs go through life alone

L lose by doing so* The counsels that or sell services,but but this is hardly

Mother's Loving Care 890221583892GEMINI recommended retrenchment also a clear head anda 'conducive to love and

less dependence sound physical condition happiness.Resist.this

oa speculation and the Symptoms that inclination at*the 9th

Born May 21st thru Ji&e 21it tightening of the budget may; stake themselves -10th. Should you decide

Yd It is not enough to nay find full felt should be talon to encourage it render your cHafr all

build castles in Spain corrob oration on the seriously on the 9th insteadyou risk making the more difficult

leaving them to float 9th-1 th. Do not hes- -10th. Hake certain it the guiding 9-60-33-12-74-963
-' itate that your diet i. principle for the rest PISCES
: away by default, when to exploit any
nutritious without of your existenceone Feb. 19th thru
you have the means to .favorablesituations March 204h
give them real substance on the I5th-16thwhen being excessive, and that would be harder You should be very

But those who you continue to be make it a point to and harder to shed as discerning, froa now

:R ? have failed to recog- blessed with fine conserve e n e ? g y1throufh time marches on. on, in order to sep-

nize the realities, rest and 're"Man' -. 74022r1396742AQUARIUS arate your true

will have little t o Are Numbered"Health friends fray those who
N:A pwv'.f are only
!r encourage them in the trying to
r aaa.SX Born Jan. 20th thru Feb. l!th
of and Fortune Can Be Yours use you for personal
way hope or resources Try to overcome your .
(10th).The-12- When You Know your Lucky Days, Lucky tendencies to take offense With gain: and advert .
13th are splendid daysto Colors Etc. when are Venus in :your
y A c t obtain estimates you solar 2nd house due
')- ',,, balked
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'i' look'' around for housing *", '*MJ hr* Send $2.00 for your -,' .'t't i:, is desires.lt is to turn retro gradeoa

,consider a build- > \ Horoscope Guide For .jg* such your wiser to learm the 20th, it may be +
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can give Jacksooville. 1, Florida .. .;, any way that
4-30-U-1845-431 the building stoaes is practical and
t Mrs. Joyce Bryant learns to give exeftket to her daughter Maria, ... *rtlStrcVt te the acquisition of feaible.Let
. under the.direction.of Robert Ayers chief physical therapist, Cbfldrerft Ride yourself
,berth defects: open spiae (spia*bifid) aad excess flmd on the brain Hone J.h,'... .f.,.>.. ". ._..,-_. __.. ""..-_.,".">"...;,....-4- each thiagttr you:on
(hydracepbalas). To solve the ptszzte of birth defects. March of Even if it goes against ". .,of-Birth ::< fj-.,: ......,.:'- oat that yro ignore te the 13th .,
Dime supported study centers have been opeaed ia Coteaabus,Ohio J. .
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TIPIC1L FASHIOH VHXGK HAS BBCCMB. SIBOBXHDBS idth their lands* ..dcoio r amal 1Dc..b1lt merely for the record they ares J. A. Vobater of St. t natiee,B.BraaIk-.

fallal dottaa the RfjiPL Ytge nftiii, lac. agtia hit the social jfcckpet laet Friday L. B. C itd., and PeTan-a Sweet. Ia bottom pix (ceaterleMHK Joseph H. Irery Jr.

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Ira the .,.aia; erdMlatra1'I8Nr wttt the fadiag doaiag strain of the final, duiuf dance break Hz 2 (ripe).. 2Ira.Yiila V1.lbraoah.Ed1th

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.aji terlag the erwdag. Ia top photo left' the brvy ot attractive ladies are: Mrs. Bvtts look .. Jacks@ fillets peresadal bachtCharles ...(SceCt7)Scott WoN presencealwsjs

' Ia aecoadheto deaotos the svccesa of aay affair, soffda Ly ia "ia aU his glory in the
!. Y nt. Hill Gloria. Joie.oa, Ias 0. Ayers,' aad Mrs L. E. Goacalea Jr.

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.1 1 Emanuel Assl).. In. Edward Waters College Sets

1 Session March. B Founder's Day March 6-8

FA A one day an&aal

meeting of ths ..araagi \ S L. Greene
Bishop: presiding bishop of the81e.eaih
Progressive: Baptist : Episcopal District is urging strong
Association vill be '""; for the Fotnders9
k support Day progransponsored

held Wednesday, March .-''fl ',"', :.: ; .; ;';;':_ ,.;".';.<.."-v-::,.,,.,.,,,, ;;'. by the Alum and friends of Edward Waters College ';:'

8 starting at 10s30HtjH -- -:--'- .. ',: :,I ;.<1-:: ">; r_>._,. _at the Founders Day Celebration March 6, :
ia- S ummerville : 7 and 8. ..
Baptist Church, Rer < q It is expected that;

it W.R. RLckett, Pastor, hundreds of loyal AHB Tuesday, March 7all

Rev. R. B* William*, L ministers miss imps persons participating
in the niaiiiiith parade1
secretary,ft/cnaced. workers anllayBen will
The association f will meet at Mt. Zion
: r cue from each Presiding
1 / ? t- IIO eratOl., Rev. B. W. E Elder District to AME ChurchBe aver and
William vill preside Newnan Sta* at 8:30
,and the will make up a delegation ..m. The processional
sue 5,000 or sore
:LioaeaUaKa.P.pdCyM I be delivered by Rer. persons attending the will leave the Churchat

E JW. Johnson assisted colossal event.SCIZDITLE 9:00 a.m. and pre-

: by Rev John Resperry OF EVENTS cede to the DuvalComty

Both pastors vill be Anx7Bishops led on
A i Monday, 6,1961,
assisted by their by Episcopal
tht atitaadtiu iowAaurians i 4 the Board otHaDage.ent
wts mike .. church choirs pm for Edward Supervisors, followed
j eovmtry mu< our eommas s
*letter>>Ue tz waxen&*the Rer D. J. Jonesas ;.. J Waters will meet in by General Officers
sisted by Rers.Joseph the of the A. M. E.Church
E Jackson and Y. Miller APPEARING HERB SUNDAY-Gibbs Junior College famed 4S-vokechoir enroute Library AnnexBCsh- Presiding Elders,Pastors -
*** + f'I back St. op S. L* Greene, presiding -
-'.- will deliver closing to Petersburg following a March 3 appearance before the d.erlcanAssociation Each ,Missionarr: Leaders -

; remarks.Choirs of New of Junior Colleges in Vashingtonvill appear here for recital !'Elder Presiding associate Laymen and Youth
Hope and CcBKunityBaptist Sunday afternoon under'auspices of'the Youth's Department' of the Church of the African Methodist -
Churches trill of God in Christ. Robert T. Simmons is the group's conductorAs a special re- Episcopal
the contributions
'project last the performed in several benefit concerts ,port Church.
serve with the assistance year. group raising of each charge and
of Mrs over $15,000. Bishop W.' H. Nesbitt is host pastor. The concert will be Bishop Joseph Gomez,

daudine Williams and held in the Church of God in Christ Temple, 338 Chelsea Street. pastor Eleventh of the entire presiding prelate of

j the 'Associationchoirs .' ., EpiscopalDistrict the 4th Episcopal

Atlanta Choirs .. -" -: :' March 6, 6 p.m.finaletiD& districtandPvesident
Watch this calms for ';, :.' ,/y of all youth of the Bishops' Council :
full prograpuChurches Slates March \ will be the principle .
'iC 'i choirs in room 106Lee
-- may elect a full speaker at the
.. Building.The save hour
Radio SeriesNEW : } tJ
I 1 POfOE LEE CRIER representative new to ri ,<; final audition o f Armory,Tuesdayaorning
Isaiah Blocker be enrolled Classes YORK-Choirs of t, #"' J:1c> 9 March 7 at 10 a.m.
!) participants in the
A.B. and vii be. four Atlanta members < '. Tuesday p.m*, the
Quis will
Pcesde is in the Ninth shown progr. Rev. of the United Negro ..- ..'',.<..!. ia the program Library; Annex meet, i Women's Missionary:
gra.dc class. She is a ,.W.Williams,moderator College Fund will b e -'.'''.. ;/ .,-/ with representatives SodLetyYPDpUXCSUN-
member off the Honor sad ReYRB.Williams, featured on ABC RadioNetwork'a '. 'from day SCHOOL AND A.C.E.
the Women's Missionary
Society, president of ". ; LEAGUE v111
secretary "Negro Col- i!' ''f' present a
to .. division 7PD
Big : : ,
Sisterssecretary Choirs" Quiz in the
lege during program
of h e lero<& ,
,serres as Missionaries Karch. : Lee AuditoriuBEdward
(. ... ACE LEAGUE It
Dean : -'
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Helper and *
The month b ro a d- : 'is Waters CoUegedeiict-
vice-president of A* Northwestern casts are scheduledas !I \1- ;, important that each ing the African Meth-

district at Bet1 1s'l During the put two follows ?" : <:,{ '..J -...... "N .:"' ,, "!I director and group. odist Episcopal Church
# "'t ":J/.' leader be
Baptist Church. weeks Northwestern Clark College Choir jiif r ::!:.:: ____ present for and the Edward Waters

.7k'7k*7AC71C**** junior Senior High will present the March PLANNING FAMU PRESS WORKSHOP LECTURERS- Donna I each. scheduled meeting.Blocker's College of yesterday,

School has been fortunate Chorus today and tcaolTOV.Wedding
fI 5 program. Spelman *
left feature editor and Mrs.
Kay ( ), Key West* ,
be visitedby
to College's allgirl ,
Slates Concert
Freddie Groca&s, Jacksonvilleassociate Bells
IIiIsionarielrea will be heard March
of the FAMUAN discuss plans for the coning*
Ethiopia and.England 12.Morris Brown Col- Here March 20
Florida A&H University nth annual I n t er-
Dr. and Mrs.John McClure lege choir will sing scholastic Press WorkshopMarch 2-4.Donna will Isaiah B 1 0 eke r,J APPLICATION FOR
from tte P7.oridaChain March 19-The all-male chorus will
discuss photo features and Freddie will talkon School MARRIAGE LICENSES
of Missions glee club of Morehouse coltan writing during the section be presented in con- Moses Anderson. 175fl W. 16th
: I visited the cwpue and College vill clcee the cert Monday, March 20 St., 55 and Gussie B. Fifer, 1750
: lectured to special month's programing of the workshop. in W 16th St., 48.
a starting at 9 p.m. '
.. _. \ (FAMU staff photo by Horace Jones Jr.) IXKkland V. Scott, 2941 WillowSt.
26."Negro .
assembly the school aoditoriun
11 21 and Ann L. Cone, 3791
ALFRED THOMPSON vho delivered the main College Choirs' T under auspices of the Grant Road, 18.

Douglas Anderson address, held the audience presents the' choral S. E. NAACP's Set Negro Bishop'Ordains Choral Parent's Club. Dan Ray, Jr., 1145 W. 22nd St..

spellbound as groups of the member Three The 110-eember group 25 and Doretha D. Betha, 1595 W..
Tribute is paid to he talked about the institutions of t he Youth Church RolecREENvILLss.c.spe has brought high hon- 19th St.. 20. .
M Alfred of the senior of Ethiopia- Willie Jackson. Jr., 215V..
people United Negro College White PriestsLITCHFIELDJCozm.Ord ors to the school,
Myrtle Ave., 19 and Shirley J.
f class. He is member
and Fund its
their on
language weekly received
+ having superior Clurkley. 2209 Brooklyn Rd. 16.
I -tc" of the Business"Q.ub customs broadcasts. cial seminars .for both ination ceremonies ratings both in Sam H. Brown. 1317 Swift St..

Newspaper dubAnnual'jStaff The Rev. Mr. Harold The programs originate youths and ministerswere here Saturday which district and State 68 and Julia Hicks 1317 Swift
and a very in New York' City. scheduled a s festival St., 64.
Frankham of MLddleton, resulted in three Israel Stallmgs. Jr. 1136 Van
active member
r of the The dates listed'above highlights of a four under the direction of ,
England addressed seminarians of the Buren St., 19 and Carolyn C. Bur-
iCt senior Mt.Mori&h clasa. He attends students in an assembly are for W/BC-N.Y.Sunday day SoutheastRegional Montfort Fathers becoming its' well- known Mrs. -dine, 612 Pippin St. 18.

Methodist on Wednesday with 7:30-8: a.m. In NAACP conference opening priests marked R. P_ Aalcetr..

k Church.v u the message channeled other sections of the here last week. the first tine is 0*S. -

to dassrocm*throughout country ABC affiliated Herbert L. Wright Roman Catholic history

the school stations carry NAACP youth secretary that a Negro Catholic I
noted that the memberships (/ TRUSTED
The Rev ,MrFrankham allegro College Choirs"on bishop ordained white
in the NAACP of
was in the city along varying days and at men to the priesthood. '1 PAIN
t those underage 21 in-,
with a group from the' different hours.Check Presiding over '. # .. > ... / RELI Ef f
p' Of( "
creased" from 27 430 THAT
local listings for .. / Co
pa Bryan Green Missionto ceremonies was the .s YOU LESS
[F in 1959 to 45,275 in /
z, Florida vho were air-time :h your area.. 1960. Most RevJlcmyAugnstin r: .
holding nightly meetings former apostolic administrator t 5 r.
He disclosed that in
ia Saint Johna of the
,., the Southeast region 'J
Cathedral Port- Au-Prince arch- '
alone memberships .
GLORIA TATJ-CR Famed for great '. ., diocese of Haiti who 12 pQW 2SC. o00 lI'
had risen from
Douglas Anderson preaching: missions a- t .. in 1959 exiled by the government .,. 1c aormms 49C : I
B 5,463 t 0
rouad the world.Canon -V-i-If.- last July 10. ;;,1
Pepsi Cola Dealers in 1960.Ministers .
... 10,238 ,
Bryan Green and his The three ordained
and Pepsi Cola Bottling -:..t'; attending
co- missioner, Rev. .. .. -.:- ... white men were Rev.
Company salute Gloria* ......."... ..: their special con-
Harold Frankham have Everett H. Brown o f
of the Senior class.1* spokea to groups, in ,'. -.. ...,.... ference heard NAACPChurch Central FallsRI, s
She is Ed-
treasurer of Secretary
Boston Philadelphia facer Korean War jet
the National Honor'Soc trerd Odcm describe thc&ssociatioats
: RiclaoadCeylonSottth fdlefcjRev: MA JosephKinstermaa
Africa, lustraliaand of Scott-
-of the Annual' I to enlist religious
micy other places. .dale, Pa., who served
Staff president .of the Without otter*fancyor groups in the fight Jboard the battleship ,.I
Foreign Language club,, against job bias.
and softball te_. H sea sationa] doctrines REV D.A. RUSSELL Pennsylvania d urine R

* of theology, ...In St.Paul March 6 World War II;and Rev.
these men presest the IVVIRAbBC ::='::;t *sIt Donald A* Lederc of
old 'troths of ,w CM!ttt to tM IC idly calttdtamt. daremoat H. H.Exiled .
Listen To PePSIMusicQuest qe- $\.v. D. A* Russell t Kst o t ORA-JEI ,
Friday Christianity ia a wayevery former pastor and lar MftUfetS yw Is DJiA-in IB StFM f<>Ui k aloag with

maa cam usder- todlder Greater St. Bishop Angortin was

Mites to: 0 to 11:00' staod Paillam Chorea and Archbishop F r sasses i

For Phone Request Caaom Bryaa Green .now pastoring i n Poirter. 1
serves as Rector of Halleadal1 perch. -
EL 64)461-2)
nrI.V"" gad
here Monday 1d.ght '
R the RevHarold Fraak- Kirch 6 in St.Peal'.. 'You Seek The Best Doctor .I

----i ham ..no.. Rector The program starts at 'WAe& YOJIT Doctor Preecnbee II

ofMLdOetoa* SagLamd* 8 p... Hcic will be Get Experieaced Phtrmirfifi

famished b7 the Gospel To Fill Your PreecripiioM I
: Men and women
m :? : According To Yow Dodet
L .honestly desire to face their alcoholic Chair and Hale ; .
k problems. Free meetings Chora The pdblic iscordially 01 f Orders. We Use Only *
The Beet, QuJttr Dnigt. .
Mondays and Fridays, 7:30 P.M. invited., VA1ur.
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'On March 18
Duvtl Cotttty rhI.rdjGrade : i 5 : (

teachers 'willhear GREENSBORO, N.C.-Dr s:
Harold V. Doak, ,Samuel DeWitt Proctor : a t
a representative from .w 1o.. I F t. I
'will be inaugurated : ..
the RovP tersoa Md8iCODlu1tat*
as fifth president of i
Company ?
the Agricultural and !!
la the area of readIng ;Technical College in
on March 8th at 'I special ceremonies at

-COOSchoaltrca the College on Satur- L

7-9 P. H. '" day morningMarch 18. I'I

The agenda for the The former presidentof TIT x. _

..enDl.Dc1d.1l: bedevo- Virginia Union Un- r f
tionst Mrs* H* Jass iversityRichmond ., .
Greene reading o t where he took his I PRINCIPAlS--Bishop S.L. Greenepresiding prel-

Minutes, Mrs. Alvenia undergraduate training ate of the Eleventh Episcopal District will be

S cr1 TeD, financial: served as professor, host, and William B. Stewart, (Right) presidentof

statement, ?Lra'. Sally dean and vice pressI I, Edward Waters College, will have many proposed -
C* YamaHakerf introduction I dent, Dr. Proctor assumed OBSERVES FOUNDER'S DAY MARCH 6, 7, 8-Historic Edward Waters College expansion plans to report when Edward
I consultant, : the positionhere which was founded here in 1866, celebrates its 95-Founderfs Day observance Waters College celebrates its 95th Founder'sDay
,Mrs Mary Washington {' at. A&T July 1. with an impressive three-day program March 6 through S.Bish- observance here Mar. 6 through Thousands

StepbeDaiDtroduct1on : op_ Sherman L. Green, presiding prelate of the Eleventh Episcopal Dis of AKE leaders, departmental heads and laymen

of guests:Miss Theta&obinaoa.Aaaounce i FNI AKA Chapter trict, Bishop Joseph Gomez, presiding prelate the Fourth: Episcopal, 'will invade city for historic occasion.
ts' :i guest bishops, and all organizational functions of the Ate church a-
and observations will In Founder's Day long with alumni and friends of Edward Waters will converge on the -

be given by g aiV y, I Celebration campus to make this annual observance one of its most outstanding. New Mouth Wash Fowler ,Refuses

Joseph E. S&1.1e7.PSra. -
daiine H. Limbric' is St. A.uguatI.De-De1ta: .I Red Ctoss Nurse's Ocaldn Critically Record Enrollment, ,. Discovered By Biracial PostTALLAHASSEE .!

director. public relations Eta Chapter of the j i! Aides' Glasses Set Burned During Fire Tuskegee Medicos
Alpha pha! I For Bethune It was I

Dd.fvMraII tlA tld Sorority located at For Duval Medical OCALAr Henry Thomas TUSKS EE INSTITUTE, reported Monday that '

Florida Nom L and Industrial of WeirsdaLewas list- Ala.-- A mouthwash solution Cody Fowler, a Taapa P
\ Memorial College Plan. for class of DAYTON attorney who headed
a ed in critical con- 33ACHjFIADr.William --- ,available with-
p I.t presented .its Volunteer Nurse's. dition from the resultsof A.MclIillan out a prescription former Gov.LeRoy Col-,
BROWN-Rev. Walter-ofJ fins biracial c omission I
Aides Dean of
annual Founders' Day for Duval Med- severe burns received Bethune-Cook- effective than penicillin -
\ 732 W. Church St.JOHNSONKrnest Observance program on ical Center at there- when fire destroyed man College indicated in killing gqsnsanJ refused GOT I'

; of P. 1 February 19 in the quest of Mrs. Anna I. two frame that the enrollmentfor ,pain in such cases a s Farris Bryant's offer
0. Box 103, ELkton.BELLHester Anderson Hall Chapel. Laura Reid, director buildings here Monday. the second semester laryngitistonsillitisand to head a new group. I

-o f 20 The main speaker for of nursing for D.M.C.* Thomas, according to is expected to be was Fowler said that he
Bernard Street., St. this affair was' Soror were announced this the sheriff's depart- the in the historyof reported here b two would submit a list I :
Augustine. 1:[ Sujette F.Crank,5outhAtlantic week by Mrs. Etaer Me- ment, was taken t o the institution. pnysicians or: the ,Tus of Negro leaders to I f
BRTANT-Clifford o f. Regional Director E3Lvychairffian: of nursing Eustis Hospital after kegee Veterans Hospi- Gov. Bryant and also t
303 W. Fourth St. which Thomas occupied offered the name of I
of the Alpha services, Duval he vas seen running tal staff.
TAIU)R-Ear1 Douglas Kappa Alpha Sorority County Chapter American along the road near along with Louie Ra- The report was made John 'furnorMiamibus-
of 1635 Highland Ave. vine and another hanein' h ad
from Atlanta.Presiding Red Cross his home He was re- in a paper presented to inessman who
GADSON-Mrs.' Mary Alice over theannual It was also announced ported severclyburned Which Patrick Williams the monthly meeting of served as vice chair-
o: 1309 Bridier and his family
observance:: pro- that applicants must around the upper. Tuskegee Institute s man of the commission
St.CUTTSRaymond gran was Soror Paula be between the ages region of his body. lived' were destroyedby John A.Andrew Hospital as chairman for the
of 20- Turnquist* Other participants of 21 and 55, have a The frame residence tie flames. staff new group.
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DDJKENS-Elton of 10.- ties taking place during be in good physical :w# -- ---" "' '

i 15 W. Second St.COTTONKddie the formal program condition, and must : ,

!; of 1150.. included Mrs. V. A. possess qualities of Best Wishes ,

Grothe St.BIRDE1lphaz. .!Jones, pianist, who dependahnitydiscretion \ ,.'.. .. Pf .!'':""' -. i
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played' the prelude and g e mdn e ,.
N.lOth St. Fernandina,
interest of people and :
I Soror Simons .
Jolita # '
WAlUCB-William/ o f ; .' .
needs. : -' j
640 W.- Church St.WILLISMre.Mattie. read scripture and _. h-
The -
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Soror ilean Miller training course I. -, r \ Edward. Waters College ;
t is '40hours 20 of .-
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the :: :
of 1524 W. 31st St.ODOMMre. 'Soror Barbie prayer Fisher*; which will be supervised I,
Rebecca of
DM3> instruct-
1349 Cleveland St.BETHEAClalmus ,gave the occasionand > .
erMrs.Dora Schooler

Union St.RICHARD60N.Andrea. of 337W. of Sorors Fisher. and Catherine sang Christine solos Johnson .The- Enrollment limited. Information will be Celebrating Its 95 th Founders' Day /

Mandarin, Fla.HARTLErWilliam. main apeaker vas introduced nay be secured by con- ..

o f Annie Pearl by Griffin.Soror, tacting Hrs.McElvy at .:. -:" ,:_ ,. ._ t<, :: .",_ : '"
7416 Bowden Rd.COLEMANMrs.Annie. Duval American Red $
Remarks were by Mrs., Cross head > .
of chapter i } : >', ..
B.H. Puryear chapter "V_ } ,. > .
5635 Verbena St.SCOTTPamela .quarters. t."v '; ; _, :
Luan of advisor and a special.'presentation .. .:;f< > < .,<. .',' ;
115 Lewis st.ERVINMrs. vas made '
Martha of by Soror Dorothy CrawfQrd Bade Leaders. : : ..:, :-. ,." 1 l

Lovette, Fla.HOWARDEddie. ,,rf.f ,.7 ,.....1.f
of 3 25 /Serving the observance as ushers for Stage Juvenile;/ ''1',.. _'.'," ..,"'....."'! 4':'J"-, "., ....;.er....',.: .... .

S. 5th St.JORDANAlbert. program .'- ..,......:' ;
C. of 'were Sorors Wanda ., "; ,
Crime '"-: ;: )
Remedy ; :
Woods Thelaa Zfosley I
4028 Koncrief Rd.MAASHAISrMra.Eatelle. ....
rPearline Query: and "I. > .: '..- .'

of 510 W. 17th St. Hal Belle Briggs. A HIAHI-Ciaef Probation -.,; ... .. -: ': ..... ,
reception vas held:in Officer Jack Blantori >'.,' :.'!!It f .
PINKN :r.-iouie: of 1429 :; t-: ; _
Van Buren St.POWELLGeorge. ,- the Cdleman Westfall and his aides_ have suggested ';' ,it <...,....-.,r"." :'#'' ..J_ It1 .w ,

Washington dining hall following* inviting nine ,''1'U. "" t' .
of 1502 NorthMyrtle. the formal observance Negro leaders to be ". ,". L .t;..t.. j ;!!: '.1
.. ..program. '1i..' known as the Coonittee ::;': t"J; : "... i. !:P
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of Nine to direct theirrace's ,( xj: ;' dr ',:..
''fight in Greater SSSS:/ : :,- _
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Miami fight a-' "') ..: .; :. .. .".. .
gainst its growing juvenile -
delinquency' ; : .

CongrattilationsBdw1rd I blem. % :: :> : : 'k' ,
Aaong those being asked .; ; ::(: '
; Waters College to join are:Garth L. 5-'-. "' > '.. ,'" :t_

Reeves, editor of the ,\... .. rr4 .' .
Miawi '.' ..
TiaesDr. Edward ; ::
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T. Crahanpresident of ; ';
:, : ;' t ;
the Ministerial. Alliance : ,:_"" >", j.; '
; H. Daniel Lang, '
president of Greater .t;;;; .

AFriendCongratulations ., m> .. ,
Mi.i Urban League;Hrs* "' of-

Sam Sweetingjpresident: .:" 1ri ;:g. :: ? i .' : F ;. '

of the Bade;) County.. .T -,, '< ;_. 'Pi. !I :if4\;: :; :'..... ...
Negro FTA* :V t.v"
City Judge L.E.Thomas ,K
Dr. Etaer A. hard ?
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Elisabeth Espy Johnson : e, : -

president the Colored : -- --- '
Edward Waters College Founder's Day Vats1n b a.; vL' r ,- >** -

.Veil Jdasglsiderotof .,. ,f1. .-,t 't. y' r r '- .'', ;1,"" ... .YWr
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.the Bronceville Iaproveaent .(\., .. ';",' -. .['".. is< ,.,..,../."....."t,. ,'.sI ''.,.1 n,":::. ... po., ., ,";.8.-""....'P. .

'JNEW DEAL: Elliott J. Assn.Hexeradio, and N. : _'i."s,:.. :-- :: .::"&t ""IC- '..-'"...,",,,:-5'--, H+,.....,.. < <'iiIi: ....'t';'' T* .... ....,... :r..""'"d.''-.:.'.: '.:. _. ;'.' '.

;, ca..eatator.Blanton .,,., ;'. : ." '\.' > ,, :: ;..
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AND. fit the cosaittee caa 1 -':::' ,,,, ,- ,.:The: Independent r ":' t"o
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but its talents to vorkoa r ..;;' : _
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a problem suck ad : }.

LIHCOLM CABS 'truMCTter leadership'ea can.,.go,its along '. :Life AMI AeeldeMt InraraMee C aipaMyHOME

way toward alI ]..-'

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Saturday, March 4, 1961


A Public Service of the

NationalBeby Care.Council
with *
LOUISE G. } a %:

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I have encountered many persona who are grateful a 'r tC BY KATHY CORNELIUS

to Royal Vagabonds. Inc., for a wonderful + 3 WOMEN CHAMPION GOLFER
tiae-;folk attending the drib's 33rd Anniversary KROYDON COIF ADVISORY STAFF ?

ball, held last Friday evening. at the
i Iwral Armory. 5 As a golf professional who recently became a

,Many favorable comments were forthcoming ont mother of a wonderful babyI received many let-
meaic, with emphasis oa ors played at (' 1 G ters from women who asked"Is it really allrigit

toe tempo suitable for the hully: gulley: rou" : ; to play golf while Im pregnant?"

tine. .
Also heard were praises for the combo1 soft :i r' -{ My answer i s that I '

and soothing 'renditions with "Sepee ber Song :5.J did. I played golf

high, an the list Naturally voiced agreement :' .; daily during m y preg- StorkDeliveries
( on the latter. : nancy up t o 'the sev-
Seme particularly interesting gowns were seen enth month then took
If {J, .at the dance, many in red, whiteor a combination time off until s ix
i of the two. Wearers of these colors were weeks after the bao1"Sbirth.Howeyersnce
..... ,' ... ''' ., Birihs at Brewster Hospital
particularly sensitive to the Saint Valentine -- ,oi. -: I
,- .. .r".r"s.'# .". :[;
Others ,,_ .. _,
'''OB. chose a variety of colors and '- \ :; ') -a- ---- am not a doctor, I do
N prints for their fashionable creations, and 'nonatter not feel that I c a- n .
CELEBRANTSMembers of the Gateway Civic and Social dub 'appear in a gay Mr and Hrs Charles
what the color
F most of ths&were charming give advice t o other *
and festive mood during celebration of their annual Valentine Day
party women.All I can do is KiDgRt.'I,Box 80Jax,
Absent from which was held in the home of Hr. and Mrs J. B. Bailey 7645 New Kings Pla Girl.
scene because of illness and report my own experi- ,
greatly missed was Mrs. Delphinia Brinson Road. Shown seated from left are: Mrs. Ruby Green, president; Hrs Elsie ence. Hr. and Hrs John
at this writing is on the recovered list, Cusdngs, vice president; Mrs. L.Jfopkinsrecording<< 'secretaryKrsUJberia Having been fortunate Scott, 1733 Eaverson
THANKS Bailey, financial secretary; Hrs. Haudell Hutson, treasurer; Mrs. Clara Street Girl
Vagabonds ,
It was a grand affair. enough to win the Women -
* Singleton, business manager; and Hrs* Ethel CasonreporterStanding from fs National Open Mr. and Mrs. Charles
The Kardettes, whom: I have not mentioned in left Hrs Katie Mae Reddick, Hrs. Ella Mae NeaLHrs.Willie Mae BrownS. Tournament in 1956I Smalll362 W32nd St,

this colon. for some time, met recently in the Green, Robert Cummings, Hrs Maybel ,Roberta, Lee Cas on,Mrs.Bertha Wilson can speak with some Girl.
beautiful West Ninth Street home: of Hr. and and Hrs Marie Hays. authority about golf. Hr. and Mrs Joseph

Hrs. Robert Humphrey. __ (PHOTO BT AVERT) But when i t comes to Rutledge,1845 w. 31st
Mrs Elizabeth Hunter and MrsAUentfaelatter I pregnancythe answers Street, Girl.

winner of the guest prize, were Hra.H rphre7'. must come from a doc-". Mr. and Hrs Feairon
visiting players Ltt tor. Jackson,947 Line St.,
Hrs Grace West and Mrs.Mary Coleman were recipient As a professional Boy.
of club prizes. promotes a brand o f Hr. and Hrs Prince

Other members present included Mrs. ThomasinaKcFarlin golf clubsI had con- Levy,611 W. 16th St.,

Mrs. Jessie Boddie, Mrs, Gwendolyn tractual obligationsto Boy.
Stewart, Miss Hatti Stewart, Mrs. Mable Jones, meet. So in the Hr. and Hrs Charles

Mrs. Sybil Butler Hrs, Willie Lee Lucas, Hrs. early stages o f my Rails, 765 N. Lincoln
I Margaret Wilson, Hrs. Marie Bryan, Hrs. Sarah "'pregnancy I talked Court, Girl.
Montgomery, and Hiss Louvinia Solcaon. things Over with 'm y Mr. and Hrs Forest
* I doctor. The upshot of Ansle 'Rt. 4 Box 428

The Jacksonville Urban League Guild met for our conversation' Jax, Fla., Boy.
the first time under its new president last < k ,11 tb this: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hc-

Wednesday evening, Mrs. Essie D, HcCray V I wa s accustomed to gahee, 4027 Lockhart

The meeting was held atwilder Park Recreation 4 1 playing golf. I w .a s Drive, Boy

Center, with discussion centering around proposals __- _.._._- out there practically Mr, and Mrs.. A dn er
for future projects to be undertaken by every day of the week. Marshall, 4232 Homer
the guild, made by its new project chairman, FAMU, THEATRE-GOER Hiss Hariclare Costello, who appeared as Clytemnestra My; body was geared to Road, Girl.
Mrs Helen B* Robinson in the play, "The Oresteia," which was recently presented at Florida UM to the exercise.Play- Mr. and Hrs. Agustus
University is shown "penning" Swine Wats on*s autograph book. Looking on '
Indications are that the group will have an ing the game was Smith,721 CtEGirl
interesting and successful year. are Kiss Barbara L. Willis and Richard Robinsonwho appeared as "Aegis- a normal activity for Mr. and Hrs Johnnie

The DIN state of officers includesin addition thusn in. the same play < meas normal as cook- Wilcox,2009 Venus St,

to the president and project chairman, His s I ing a meal.M y doctor Girl.
ALethia Frazier, vice president; Hrs. Bertie School's Science Stanton Sr. High NotesThe felt I would not be Mr. and Hrs. Henry

I Arter, secretary; .Claudia HurriafYnandal Fairs Slated J putting any extraordinary -" DuhartRtlBox 196 A
secretary; Miss Roselle Brutontreasurer; Hrs. social studies department of New Stanton strain o n myself Girl

Evelyn Freeman, chaplain; and Mrs.Helen Wright March 4 Senior High School recently presented assembly by pursuing my career. Hr. and Hrs Elbert
program committee chairman program in the school auditorim centered a- In fact, I believe .Hatchett, 1263 W. 4th I
* Duvall schools will round the broad aspects of "Marketing and playing golf accounted

Lea Triese Ad.es Bridge Club met Saturday present a variety Merchandising1. The presentation featured the 'in great tor my good Street, Boy Hrs .Christian.Holsey
exhibits for t h i syearfs. members of the fifth period class in Problems health throughout the Mr.and .
evening in the home: of Mr.and Mrs.Willie, Smith 1436 W. 23rd
Science Fair of American Democracy of which ).M.L.Butler pregnancy.I was only at
inchided which will be held is the instructor.Mrs.Butler is also chairman. the beginning of the St., Boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Saturday at J am es of the.social studies'department: seventh monthwhen I
and Mrs. Doris Jones State St
Weldon The class members t feel tired Vaugin,1486* ,
Johnson Junior began o
Other members participating in the meeting and
assembly program Girl.
High School. participated in an original after a few holesthatI
included Hrs Carolyn: Hiller,HrI.Ruth Bonner, Mr and Hrs CharlesBrawnl758
Hiss Ruth H.. Bro .e, and Hiss Coatsie Jones Students v111 vie forwards play entitled stopped playing.I Payne St.,
which will be MARKETS JND MERCHANTS" went back to golf as
* *
judged on creative a- written by Betty Jo he recently attended soon a s I feltuptcit Girl*
The Kaperettes met Saturday night in the West
professional meeting HE-. and Mrs. Alfred
Davis.The itself a
bility, thoroughness, and m y doctor gaveme
rsSeventeenth Street home of Hrs Sheltie D.
Williams. sldllclaritysad dramatic was an outgrowth of of secondaryschool the nod. At the beginning Brrant,1024 Cleveland
value Some of daily: classroom principals. didnft try Street, Boy
Hrs Leola PowellHrs Eleanor Davisand Mrs. Hiss L E Solomon HE-. and Mrs. William
the eahibitors will lessons sndactivities to conquer the world.I
bridge Marion H.session Hovers were prise winners for the be present to demonstrate dealing with a unit dean of girls at New played only for half an Ferguson, 5608 Pansy
of work Stanton also made observations Lane, Boy
their on "H&rketsMerchants"
Members present in addition to prise winners and aid special hour or so,then stret- Mr. and Hrs. Herbert
: Hrs Vertell F. Simmons. Hiss Vidan M. and answer questions .
were announcements ched it t o an hour a James 3306 Moncrief
Johnson, Mrs. Keila B. Mitchell, Mrs. Adel C. concerning them.. The assembly: aside day.Several weeks pas- Rd. Bad.Hr.and, .
Pollard and Mrs* Hattye Montgomery. The general public for this purpose was sed before I played a Hrs.Dock King
The guest list .included &sAnnie Rtath Brown, and interested persons centered &rOaDd"Broth- Diamond! Lace full eighteen hole ma- 2744 'Calloway Rd.Boy
Hiss lade Hotter, and Hiss Gloria Bell. are cordially invitedto erhood and prior to tch.I Mr. and Hrs. Eugene
*. * inspect the exhibits the presentation of Social Club believe t h a't golf Thompson,49L5 Tennessee

The Smart Set gathered Satwday evening in the play a brief but Meets SundayThe and other sport activities St. Boy.Mr. .
the hcme of Dr. and Jfrs Jerry Iasard,xith Hn. highly e n tert"m 11! expedite a wo-. sad Mrs. Willie

Margaret Starfces, to Cora Robyamd HrsJSliza- Los Diamonfes progr was held with Di..ond Lace man's return' to normal Hawkins: 1631 W. 33rl
beth Redding as guests Verdell Jakes at the Social ass Savings weightbrings firmnessto Streets Girl.
Mrs. Louise Walton, Hrs Joan SpaaLding. and Bridge Club organ. Scripture vas dub'will meet Sunday her muscles n d Mr. and Mrs. ttyssei
Hrs Hortense Gray qualified for bridge prises. read' by Christopher at 6 p. m. with its contributes tremendously Hunter,2665 Bethel Rd
Other members attending the meeting 'include Holds MeetingThe Murray, Joseph Harper presidentMrs Marion to hergeneral feeling Boy.

Hrs Vivian Holmes, Mrs. Thcmasina: EngmHrs Los Diamontes delivered the prayer WaLtham in the home of well being. Mr.and Hra.Joe Lewis: ,
-Norma' Blaad. Mrs. Gloria BrooksMrs. Elizabeth, Bridge Club held its and Rosemarie Tolbert of Hrs.Ollie Wallace. I love the game and 1595 W. 32nd StBoy.
Dowsing! led l rs. NellyVoone Russell recent meeting in the gave observations. Allbin are urged I love my job.But when Mr. and He'1. LonnieWilliM

home of Mrs. Frances to the true meaning to be present and on baby needs m enothingelse 1756 W.26tl

ti- PD5NER5 Waldon with HrsSara- of "Brotherhood".0tiber time, Hr*.J. Edwards, counts.Baby comes Street, Girl.
mat Richardson and participants in t he reporter, aa&oi&ced. first
and play in-
'' Hrs Lydia Hart Sweet program
"SkmtonCOXfM'NS fs* cludedDonoie Pickett
r- as guests Louella WilULena Rev. D. A. Brooks '
High scorers for the PHOTOGRAPHS FOR
evening were tea Lu- EvansfWilliam Greene Heads Fund: Drive
AMAT'NG H OtOOU'NONflightens Danny Davis, Betty Jo
venia Kewmnn and Hiss
hrightenssMAKES Annie Bell Fracier Davis,Juanita Williaa, ,.
Rosalind HonJJ.,Doria TALlAHASSEE -- Rev.
Hrs.Street was awarded ExpertPoririUs Phoioprayy7.i
the A Straoder, lichie Des David H.Brooksa vice .
guest prize WtddlagtPattporic "1t1
f SKIN BLEACHES buffet luncheon was sard, Lynwood Taylor, president o .f the & M+ntlflmttemPfcetertais P1oie.
served.ira.Geaen. Ernest HasptonShirley: Florida State Co n- I. 9J.;,, Coaamrckl Work
"OLD FASHIONED ? White will &nIleat Lena Black- ference of NAACP '' Pfcoto For I NtwB0p Cmii rWklU
Branches will -s You Walt
shear head

F S(r1? ,t be c11ib hostess'. Bat M for tfJIc.: the' the Special program bests were Yrs ter the grail Freedom for Florida Frod' pro-this- Let Coloring Us Ttto' & Fichu A Photo Fnamlag Of Yon a

.Betty Scott asd Hiss year. aphasia will
la Natural Cola
(igHltrtf dark spot? Royal Crown Lualla' ,W."i.at' be placed on the need J. t! t
ptrfed powdtrMftmfalur dents atEterd WatersCcUeffe.wbDSSfig for funds to defend
b"' Suoid Bottling .Company seles the Negro aadnst such AVERY'S PHOTO STUDIO :

for tie oecftsiea* attacks as that involving 1674 KittST; )AD NEXT TO BC Liam ,
1235 SAN MARCO BLVD. : CUrl D. Rev Theodore I
Principal ...
'MM EL 4-7S95 For l1ppe4t.M i
Fl 9-4488 Breeks sale oVservm- R* Gibeea, Rev.Brooks

,s.of tttfttr's Bfgamo/Th with "-Iv" tioas bated ea the said. .' .

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PAG 1 :P : THE FLORIDA. STAB_ r 'Saturday. March '4.' 1961

i Patterson-Johansson Hearing Top Physical' Shape'


For March: 13 Title Bout.. A Miami Beach Site '

.' ,, ,.-: ... .
: Dragons Set 1 Arrested Rafer Johnson 'Go Goes1. Sign FAMU's N Y, N J

f .1 jl.t loop Pace ,"..--,. --_'T n w..v.' -.- t 1 Named UGLA N. C Collegian Alumni Clubs

.J t Asst. Track COficfo DURHAM;N.C.-The ChiHonor Gaither

SPOIInI oR .. 1 LOS AHGELESRater cago White Sox of the mi YORK CITY-On of
Douglas Anderson'sDragons American League has, finest
the demonstrations
r __ ; Johnson the
1 great
off Hesigned
to a good Reggie Pryor, of recognition
start in the race for gro athlete and of North Carolina Colfor service well
1t decathlon
supremacy in the cant been named chavpion assistant la'lege to a baseball rendered was display-

MIAMI BEACH, Fla.-Heavyweight chaapion Floyd t; )" basketball race for track coach UCLA contract. ed February 21,. when
Patterson, long noted for a Book- like existence J the 1961. season, have at The 5- 10, 165 pound the Florida A & H University -
'where he
remote from the pdblic eyehas changed Msvayi kept their 'pace and .; I t( will help to senior was signed at R at t lers'

in preparation for the title defense ,March h are now nearing thechampionship ..,. .,. ,.% train the man who his home in Charlotte Coach A. S. ( Jake)
finished fleeced to him
13 against Ingemar Johansson at the Miami Beach goal. in the ( by Harry Postove and Gaither was honored
Convention HaU. Moving over tte court Olympic: gases Pat Gainey, White Sox with a testimonial
the first ti1I ,nO'd istraining with almost perfect at Rose scouts. Pryor signed dinner

for a chwpionahip e'Fo precision,the Dragons HANK THOMPSON UCLA Johnson track an all-tine for a five figure The banquet woven
fight ia lead their ..Another Arrest star frcn bonus
constant public ( opponents 1956 to 1958 win was not by the New York- New
view ia ,
offense and de- disclosed
Five of his workouts a.week J tense.TheY' are led.on Henry (HankThompson) serve as d: assistant Pryor, the regular 'Jersey to alunni tribute chapter to agreat
to Coach pay
are open to the public for, a rJL'S", by such stalwarts as former Giant's star Ducky Drake. quarterbackpast on the coach for the
$1 a head at the swank Napo-/ Johnny Bryant and third basemanwas arrested The coaching job is season 'football
leon ROOM of the Deauville Jafford Dove.Dove ,and early Monday not expected to.inter squad of NCC will report "outstanding Florida A&M-
Hotel. He runs early in the lTER80N Bryant have performed morning: 'shortly after fere with his career to Lincoln, NeuDiversity
morning: across the acres of. brilliantly aU season having robbed a New in.the moviesJohnson braska, a White *
Miami Beach High, nearby the sevenbedroom to help keep the team York' City bartender recently signed a film Class B tean following
house where he and his entourage are conformably on top. of $37 at pistol pdnt contract. his graduation in June Witch This down
settled. Basketball fans in, The foraermajpr leaguer CKYanga sophoaore Flaying for the Durban -
He takes hikes down the tourist-stuffed sidewalks this section have had has had several at UCLA is the man Rams a local semi I 18-29-87

,of Collins Ave., on Miami Beach an opportunity to witness conflicts with the lav who finished seccodto pro teamlast sumner, 835-6-759

Does he like all of the public exposure? some veil played in the put.FAMUis Rater Johnson in the he hit .546 almgwith :4 3
"I have to adait I do"the modest 26-year old games between the Rose Olympics It is playing sensationally \
confesses. "It gives me a kick when the people various' high school Bobby Lee believed that Yang, .at shortstop.The Rams 7
stop me on the street and ask for my autograph. teams They have also who hails firaForaoso iron the league title. 1 1
I figure I'll sign for all who ask me.Someday, had an opportunity to Prepping At will be the man to Several pro football 2Q-4 1 '95
t when Ivm no longer the champion, they may .not see some spectacular take up where Rafer clubs were seeking the 350-15-700
be asking" performances by the Boston UniversaryTALLAHASSEE left off* service of Pryor hesoa.emm.z he's up
The affection is mutual. Patterson has been players on the different ; Another member of the cause of his kicking Sometimes he's down

taken to heart by the blase Miami Beach li k e teams -. Bobby 1961 UCLA track and abilitybut the punt He adds, subtracts
few',fighters ever to train here.His workoutsat The championship wfll Leeson of Vice President field s q u,a d i s I ing specialist chose H* works It oil aroundMan's
the Deauville have grown into' SRO affairs. not be handed down on and Mrs. JR.E Rafer younger broth- baseball.

"He's gotta be popularncaa ented ex- h.pion. a silver platter,whoever Lee Jr.of FloridadfrMiJniversityia er Jimdefending NCAA Days
Beau Jack. nJloyd works darned hard during his wins it. Douglas studying high hurdles champion Collington OnNational Are Numbered
j workouts He gives a real show Then he's not Anderson's Dragons, 'for the master's degree '
afraid to talk to the people and sign autographs New Stanton's Blue in health and Gene-Sugars Bout I Sports "Man's Days Are rt--
*" Devils,Northwestern'sYellowjacketsMatthev physical education at bered"Health And .For-
: Patterson's veteran trainers Dan Florio, says Boston University To Be Televised Program Group tune Can Be Yours When

all of the public attention seems to agree with Gilbert's, Fighting The younger 'Lee is US VEGASNev.-The You Know your Lucky
his ward Panthers cd the Duval the grandson of- the world's NBA- version TALI.AILSSEED.C.. DaysLucky Colors Etc.

"He's just right in conditioning wavering between Vocational Engineers late JRE Lee Sr., title fight between Ji.reetorard information Send $2.00 for your
192 and 195 pounds," Florio commented. have produced many longtime president middleweight titleholder Horoscope Guide For
'"We plan to bring him into the fight at a flat potential stars of the of A&M.Bobby'vugrad- Gene Fullmer assistant director of MARCH

190. His mental attitude is just right and the court Competition has uated from A&M lastS and Ray Robinson: public relations at Fill in the blank below -
t day-by-day; physical conditioning has progressed been superb \& er. slated to be staged Florida A&M University and mail to ZODIAC

just right." ,! here "in C o mention, has been appointed to Post Office Box 561
A new Patterson, friendly and fluenthas also r'p,: Hall Saturday night the convention program Jacksonville 1, Fla.
been noted by the attendant press will be nationally cocsnittee of the College NAME
The champion answers all of the questions by televised over ABC TV Sports InformaStreet
:: _.
himself After his workoutshe 'em starting at 10 _
answers until p* m* tion J Directors of
the last reporter has leftOne of his sessions 'f"r Make, yourCOMFORTABLE E5T. America. Date of Birth .
( with the reporters lasted 40 minutes p :; F. Mo. Day
1 "He has never ducked a question and his answers vtYli'' 'Y
To Assist
J always make sense,"laid meveieraa Miami i .
reporter. "This is the best athlete to work L & F AM U Cage You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
with from a reporter point of view we have .LOOk'GOOD
II ever had down here." Mentors
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Sparring partners in both the Patterson and Fears,1951 graduate of On Your
Johansson camps have been victims of the se- ;: i Florida, A&M University

rious preparations. Joined the A&M basket DRUG STOBE MEEDS
\ <
Pattersom sliced massive v rK' %K' A i % ball coaching staff
John Henry above the right .for the, first time
1/ POD Trade With Your Neighborhood Drag Store
eye, putting the 220- f- 1 LcMa this year.
i pounder out of action for WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISED
five daysAfterwardsHenry ,; :*If your deun it a rant supply ym'SOffl :: SHAVING .WOER Uses Stop Watch
T"remarkedl"I M for thUS HACK TEAM UAH*,1.0.M.!/TA,X S.r.nnah.Ga IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS
worked with
for Itch ReliefMrs.
Floyd before the second 1Iv

Johanssoa fight, but he's .A.Z.Grade cay: thought WOOD'S DIllE PHARMACY
punching sharper and hit I would go out of my mind with
poison ivy itching. Then at ray
ting harder now than he = rE r friend Helen' suggestion I 1502 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE .
then" I bought Tetterine. My husband,
|was '
s in fun. checked the time on hit PHONES EL 8459748
Johansson's trainer, Vhitey: Bimstein, had to f top watch. Well in no time at
E 1 aU. the itch1 was gone. Tetterine'is We DON K We Alao FBI Afl Doctors' Frascripdoea
.send to New York after running out of Florida l r for fast re '
[sparring partners for the hard-hitting Swede. Ii efecrnr.i.u1: eczema,athlete' PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER.AND TELEPHONE -
foot and innocuous insect
One of Ingemar'a battered partners,jDe LaQuatre ij bites.* If your druggist cannot 'I.
ot ftttsburghsaidt "This guy just grazes. you !supply you send use to Strap .
i. ttnne,Company Savannah Ga.
Lth a,left or right and he shakes you up* He !
surprised me with how hard he hits with his I

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Johanssoa offers BO advertising for the cele- 'i S ,'' ':.,';" ':' / :.t.J
)rated Florida sunshine.One of his public vork- ......'. .! .
>"uta at the Late Worth Casino was cut to 20 11 ;,'.: ..
:es, Bosk to the disappointment of a crowd =. t '".. ,
1200. -- yr ..
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going to hare him boxing ia the hot ... .+ I\4'j
fcmeone' .forget that I asked for a drape to be "" r qy t*:
For A Paying Profession, ,. i iJ
ended over the ring te keep out the soi, so z .
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called it twits early" "i' -,:
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as fev old fighters have drifted ia toMuptsoa'a ,/k :NEW CLASSES NOW FORMING "> ,i,
capp.Pattersea's workouts hare beea T
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Ltatssed by SHy Krieger, Beam Jack, Kiagiky J y to find'' .m :
Tlace Joey MaiaGeBe YES-Youll I ... ...d money It:
Tern ....,.amid u Nettlow.renwr YES- ...*.. ...,. gaad weridnj cantitiafts YOURSELF TO
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retailed to verk Kith Jdka.uer, U w1J.. .' FLOIIDA 1ARIER COLLEGE. ...IT'S "AMERICA'S FINEST"KfrTHU ".

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...Sat eiay \ FLORIDA STAR 'r I"t


r t 'rf e' iZ 3 N OF $40 ... Lucius Tyson, 18, of Rocos
y; : rK Illinois Johnson,' 122 Ernest Street was Nicely Furnished

Berry L. ',Giljwre,34: of 710 Spearing St*, shot in the right forearm '1286 W.Church Street.
of 756 V.Duval Street was cut :in the hand last Sunday while

was attacked aid robbed with a knife last attempting to escapes APT. FOR RENT
of$40 last Monday. Saturday police investigation
s Gilmore stated that Johnson said he was police reported Rm.Upper Apartment

hevuonhiavqhc8 visiting his eousin, Patrolmen,CEPeeptas Freshly Painted.S9.00per
= '. J'.'? -_,' I I from work early ,Mrs. Willie Mae Cas- 'and W. C. Martin were Week.. PO 8-4760. '

rt.'; .- Monday morning a net well on Oakley,St. patrol l Beatl2when .
-.r'.1 when he reached Duval and he and his cousin they noticed two men .ROOM FOR RENT
and Jefferson Streets were :in the kitchen walking south along
:b Y : several men cup She had a knife i n Stonewall Street and Couple Only.Hot &Cold
I $1J J behind him, jumped on her hand and when she acting very suspicious. Water. Nice Location.AU .
him aDd beat him up. turned around she accidentally The Patrolman s ai d Conveniences.C&1l

After' beating him, up, cut hI.I: ,he they: stopped the ssne EL 5-7275.

they took $40 from said. two men in the 600 _r__
him, he .said Since the cuttimgwas block onStonewall for
N .f.- The incident happened accidental, John- questioning.When 5 Rooms Moved

.. .r- so quickly he son told the investigating the officers
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could not give any description of Lcerhe did questioned Joseph Withins City
4 s i i
of his attackers not wish to osut. Turner, he had a .32
the victim *)HHHBHtK**. revolver in his coat REASONABLE RELIABLE

said pocket. When the revolver Kings Moving Vans

Patrolmen T. L. Mays CUT ON HAND was produced,
Lucius Tyson pushed 750 WEST ADAMS
and W. Solomon investigated
_ 1 :'k S;.:' .' Mrs. Libertine Thomas Officer Peeples a- PHONE EL 6.7279STRAND
$ ............... Bell, 35, of 3021 gainst Officer Martin
; 4 x Wilson Street was cut and ran, police said. SJIN.SAT.BAStO .
1 LOSES"SUITCASE; into right hand last Peeples gave chase and !

''i Sundayofficers r e- shouted "Halt," and ON THE FACTS OF THE IESMEUIII
Miss Gertrude Thomas ported.The fired; over head of s ,,, J -
z+ a of 1621 N.V.Court, of man said she fleeing man.The second CUf111S.EDMONDU/

l V Fort Lauderdale, was was in a taxi cab with shot from Peeples gun _
{ .; the victim of a thief a friend when he a nd struck Tyson in the

,r. _. _. who stole her suitcase his girl friend start- right arm
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last Tuesdaypo- ed fighting.He pulled The victim was takento IEN AafNUROmNNfQ

ANNUAL 'MEETING HIGHLY UCCESSF1JL-The annual stockholders meeting of the lice reported. a knife and when she Duval Medical Cen- -piusVestern-
Afro-AaeriCAn Life Insurance Company was launched most successfully last The woman stated that made an attempt to ter by police car HitFRONfIFR
Saturday afternoon during a siaptuoua luncheon and program held in Nev! she arrived at the I stop him she vas cutis Joseph Turner was arrested UPRISING"ROOSEVELT
Stanton Senior High School with an enthusiastic, capacity attendance 01 Greyhound Bus Stationat the right handthe and chargedwith SUN'7-
hand. Top photo shows Mrs. James H. Lewis; Chairman of the Board and 5:20"s.m.and asked woman stated. vagrancy and TUES

company president James H. Levis, Dr. W. B. Stewart, president of Edward a man to carry her Police said Mrs.Ben prowling 3 BIG HITS -
Waters College shown introducing the guest speaker.and guest speaker,Dr., suitcase over to the was taken to Duval
Richard V. Moore, president of Bethune Cool an College (Insert). xphot'o Trailways Bus Station: Medical Center for 'HArt lJ l.m'
Ervin Mrs. Mabel Latson James L,
from left Board members L. D. suitcase treatment.she refusedto
Lewis,..vice president, Mrs. James L, Lewis and Charles Simmons actuary The man in, put the the waiting- name the witness. S./ lce SfofdftBUUP

room at the bus Patrolmen E. Jefferson -

Deputy Stringer station.'and when s he a nd A. Jones investigated ft TO BUMPERSERVICES

Youth.Covncil fuskegete, Ala.'Gerrymander turned around to talk an
Meets At.W ast'Unian the suitcase and leftj
The escape of a husky Act Dropped she said She valued Plus 1st Run Hit 11
Sunday youth who had already her loss ,was $100 AVON CALLING "YOUNG LOVE"SKYVIEW .
been sentenced Patrolman T. J. Hod- For Women .Who Need ( SUN. : TIIES
GO2 RY-Alabamat
from Juvenile Court bIDNf s
Jacksonville NAACP ges and C.V.Horne investigated '; Money.Serve Customers
Youth Council will to the Marianna School four year gerrymander Meat,Market I'Ea.,Your Neighborhood. "TARZAN THE MAGNIFICENT"
hold their public for boys were thwarted 'act which disenfran- -1JxlIx llxxxxxxxx Advertised Nationally AND
mans meeting in Vest Wednesday by juvenileotticerjDeputy chised about 99 per- Pork SpareRIBS29clb Oti TV. Call Elgin "FAST AND SEXY"Win
cent of Tuskegeefsvoters
Union Baptist Church, Robert Armed Youth r 6-8810. $470 CaahMon Kite
Stringer of the Duval was abolished j I
Acorn Street Sunday
Sheriff by a Federal District
starting at 4 p. HU, After Juvenile Judge court here. Holds" Up StoreCity .. 4ipff :

Rodney Hurst, ,prel1deI ,I Lamar Winegeart had U.S. District Court Fresh
announced sentenced the 16-year Judge Frank H.Johnson police reported I
The second phase of armed
old youth, the boy Jr. ruling on a suit Tuesday that an Myrtle Avc; ond jjk. :
the Basalt vote r- 12 youth held up and
lunged at Judge Wine- brought-ty Tuskegee WHOLE
registration. campaign geart"then made a dash Negroes, decreed,that robbed the .manager of B1j F Medium MULLET 20c '
which was implemented local business con- LIt.
of the a
the act
for the door.City patrolman ,
during last Sunday's Allan Jones legislature d e ni e d cern of $31.85 last lb.. 450, This Week's Taste Treat

meeting, will be dis- attempted to grab the Negroes the right Monday morning Fresh Water WHITE PERCH, Lb. 35c '
cmsedHurst saidThe under the' Archie Batchelor STEAKS
panelaudience question youth from but he his pulled" Fifteenth guaranteed Amendment manager, of the B,: F. clUB BUCK SHAD . Lb. 29c

and answer period, away and dashed from grasp the admondent of the U.S. Goodrich Supply Goat Blue Ocean BREAM (Bobs) Lb. 29c
a QII.I.weekly feature 103 Stockton St. told ''b. 490.
courtroom. Constitution. WHITING Lb. 29c
win 'also be high- patrolmen Jones F. Shrimpboar .
on's ruling -
who Judge Johns -
lightedthe president had Deputy Stringer walked,into forbids Tuskegeecitycounty Luaan and S.J.Burnett LARGE MULLET . Lb. 29c
just CBOtS
stated the hall chased the officials that a Negro youth TOS Frozen MULLET ROE Lb. 98c
Aa imitation is extended law ,walked into ,the store
to the public.Leadership youth the building outside and of after the which from reduced Negro at"'8*a. m., looked arrowidthen jorjIHiacon MULLET ROE, Salted Lb. 98c

shouting for him to registered voter pulled outa Lge. VA. FLOUNDER Lb. 39c

'' :- '/ halt, fired a pis t ol totals from, 400 to ,.38 1f; calibre revolver 3 Ills. SfIL RED BASS For Baking Lb. 39c
-. shot into the air.The four or five. These and demanded that he BEACH .
,:' open the safe. WHITING Lb. 39c
were the nunber of Located
youth stopped was ,
Negroes residing in When Batchelor said STRIPED ROCK BASS .Lb. 39c
taken into custody by
Conference Stringer.' Tuskegee after the that. he did not know fOOT OF WEST f: ROE SHAD . '. Lb. 39c
combinationtheyouth -
'., state gerrymanderingact the safe's reportedly BEAVER ST. VIADUCT BONELESS SHAD Per Bag 95c
March 17-18 passed.
was I
took some money -- -.,..
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Willie Madly jr' Tuskegee is the coun-
ty seat of Macon from tie top of a desk Madeline Coffee Shop Celebrates _
BmOIT=- An NAACP Rites AnnouncedWillie County. Negroes out- forced manager into -

leadership training niBber whites thereby a restroom and esespedpolice Its '2nd Anniversary .
conference for wits Rarity Jr.,born reported.
6 to 1 margin. "
repttseatiac Region and reared: Jackson a Of Service of Delicious Foods to the PnMir =

HZ will be held here vile, who passed {
Marck 1tSBaccodinate February 25th in New-

Gloater B.Current, ark, N. J. after a LOOK! Listen!: f.
NAACP director ofti2'i11C11lf brief illness, was a
resident o f Newark _

The region i* composed for more than twenty !; ; ( 'j r _
of branches and years. He leaves to < __
yowfch division in: mourn his wife, Mrs. :: ; .
IIlinoliIadf.eaBentuc14i Nanie F.MadryjEother: -..... r' :- r,Iir' .'1- '- >"Mf ...,. ...- IlS-- --

'H1 cFdpa,Ohio. Mrs Frances Hadry: \' :' :.?< fit j P SOfW. ''TV 1
Vest TircLnia and brother, Arthur C.Had17 .,
Vitccaada principal of r __ -
The conference win John E. Ford' Eleeisntary Ii., BLUR'.K ,1-"
hare. three sessionsem School; Uncles "'", .
FridayMarch atwe l Robert Hadry,Jacksonville .;A r-t'
; *& SajtwdayjMarch ;' Ben Jackson, 'r(_1. _
18vtfaa frcedoa TmA KonticeHoAuntsMrs. Tuesday l'f. B; 3 ; Thanks To Our Many Satisfied ,Customers
\ dirt Saturday erea-. Jania Jackson, Monti- "
111I.. ; cello; Mrs. Rebecca R We Invite All to Celebrate Our Anniversary With Us
C.rtwuid that CaloVdHTaHaha93ee; March ,M
ceaf ereea trill dis : ?tr.. Annabelle M&dry, MARCH 4 THROUGH 10 _

t8I m' c.r-'t1C&1 Jacksonville, and a Sunday Family Dinners with Trimmings
,otiom, ...,....-.-- heat of relatives and : ALL WEEK- Delicious Menus Plenty Extras

llqpiBlatioM piIa11o, re- I friend r ADMISSION e REDUCED ANNIVERSARY PRICES
policetality Dri- : FtIlera1..rrlc.vill SOFT DRINKS FREE! 1ADELINE'S I .
$1.50 Advance $175 at Door
soft hovsiat. be held Sunday a t
AU oeMieotidn .e 3:00 o'clock in Bethel Tickets on Sale. ,: COFFEE SHOP -.., ,-
fctl at tkt SherateCattils *-I: : A. M. E. Church of Ebony Record Shop 728 W. Ashley St. ".. {
Buetev Ford to Raeta. Union and,Florida .EL'4-9962
utsl.i Monticello. : 1929 King. M., -' -', '

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