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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:
March 11, 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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oclc - 02261130
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issn - 0740-798X
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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:
March 11, 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:
UF00028362:00399

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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\x: fJot't.1., to the approach. A t
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aI 1,: Vol.lO-No. 74 And NEWS Saturdaytiarch 11,1961- -JacksonviUe 9Florida: $5 .Cents ----.

'. Should Mover
\ Atlanta Local Officials

DesegregationPlan Correct Unsafe Jax BridgesAn


, i k Many Jaxons Fleeced Set EditorialBy

ATLANTAIn a far Eric 0. SimpsonThe

reaching could very move well which set i funeral procession that followed the remains -

In Expressway Deals community siti n of Roland Terry Murray to Memorial Ceme-
It demonstrators soLtdms, tery passed the offices of the FLORIDA STAR
major Atlanta department just as this writer sat down to record the i n-

r a and v ariety cident of the 23-year-old Jaxonfs tragic death.
stores agreed Tuesdayto Murray died this week Sunday from injuries
City Commissioners'Profited Two Jaxons Faces ChargesFor a gradual desegregation sustained last Thursday night when the car he
of public eat- was driving crashed into the Ribault River

From Sale Of Jaxons' Homes Week End Murders, ing facilities. abutment. He had left his dad, Robert Murrayat
months of
Following the Lincoln Golf and Country club to take
f Testimony given at a. House Federal-A High-; Two Jaxons face first degree murder charges demonstrations a t his young lady friend home and was returning to
way Investigating Committee hearing this week here as the result of having been participantsin downtown stores, sit- : pick up his father.
revealed that two Jacksonville: City Commissioners incidents which resulted in death t o in leaders and store Young Murray was the. --'fourth victim th e Ri-

Louis H. Hitter and. Claude .Smith Jva.!!,.interests -, ,. others. J _:refused and. an argument officialsof concerns, bault "Death Bridgewhas claimed in-two .months";
in firms which made large profits from "-'Mass :Xe; 'e lleard35, started 4Ii' Prateris which had segregatedlunch last January 14, three young men died as a result -
the sale of poor citizens homes off rights of common law wife o f reported to have facilities reach- of their car crashing into the same bridge
I way acquired by Florida for interstate high- John Ed. Carlton, 37, beaten Cave with ay ed an agreement. abutment. Two were tossed into the Ribault Riv-
[ ways. of 5218 Cleveland Ed., Although no deadlinewas er where they drowned and the other men died .
))1 Both Smith and Ritter he and Ritter had a has been booked in set, it is spec- in Duval Medical Center shortly after from injuries -
admitted to investigators 25 per cent interest) Duval County jail for ulated that the desegregation sustained in the crack-up.

: that they each for a profit of having stabbed Carlton of store Since our County officials are either too busy
J. II 513, 500. fatally during an argument lunch counter facili-
had 25 per cent interest with other personal matters or too blind to see
George Kopecky, com- last Saturday ties will come simultaneously
1 in Re-New Inc. that something is definitely wrong the FLORIDA
and Salem Homes.Inc., mittee investigate r, night at the resi- Y with the STAR is taking this means to call their atten-
ci which it is reported, said Re-New sold the dence. Carlton was integration of At- tion to the dangerous situation that exists.In .
made a huge killing houses at a net.profitof stabbed with a butcher lanta's public schools addition to the fact that the Ribault'Death
chit of cub-contracts 568,324 of which knife in the back and this fall. Bridge is extremely narrow and sits atopa

;.. for moving the houses. Smith and Ritter hada abdomen. He died Sun- +. ,.icy This ann uncement slope, there are no red reflectors at either

I I Albert Boyles, president quarter interest. day at 4 p.m.in Duval _._, .-.I VB: ;.._ :i' :ilt ;:,.iMARY came from the Atlanta entrance to the bridge..which is nothing but
of Hgema House- Walter May, the com-. Medical Center. LEE HEARD Chamber of Commerce sheer neglect on the part of local officials.
movers, 45th St. and' mittee chief counselor This week k, an argu- which announced the Although not quite as acute, another dangerous
Moncrief ,,Rd.told the said a hundred ment over fifty cents agreement on behalfof point is the Moncrief Springs bridge that divides -
k committee that he went and thirty-five build- resulted in the deathof seventeen stores the city and county. Coming from either
r a into partnership with ings went to Smith for one of the princi- and chains represent- city or county, this bridge comes into focusat
Commissioner Claude $1,000 or $740 per pals and the bookingin y ing. fifth individual I the end of curved declines..and this bridgetoo

Smith, cutting him building.On county jail of the stores. is without red reflectors or any kind of
in for half of his another project other party undercharge Despite no report of warning signs.It .
profits because Smith between Lane and Cas- of murder. the monetary loss to is hoped that Commissioner Ray Greene will
was successful i n satt Streets, Re-Ne Deadis Carl Cave,40of the stores during the stir himself and see to it that something is
made a net profit of 1494 W. 25th St. demonstrations which
getting building s to done to remedy these dangerous situations..Andit
said.
move. $15,886Kopecky Held :fcr murder chargeis started during: Thanks- should be added that it would be well for
He said he decided on The house removal job Earl Prater, 30,of giving and continued Commissioner Greene and other county and city
r that plan because he here also was split 1715 Lee lane.According through the Christmas officials like himself who sit around and do
t had failed to get con- between Re-New and to, Duval shopping period when nothing until the citizens start holwing o r
Atlantic Hone
tracts to clear housesin ImProve- County patrolmen B.A. the boycott reachedits some terrible tragedy occursto start considering -
ment Co. he added. -
Moore and J.L. Pfeif-
the path of the height,the agreement -
Kopecky said that EARL PRATER their positions as public jobs which demand
superhighways although ferCave was eating a came close upon they take an active interest in the livelihoodand
Atlantic made a net counter stool
lunch ,
bowl of in the
he sometimes the soup the announcement that
was safety of the citizens that elect them to
profit of $64,448 for .
high bider.In Red Rooster Confec- officers reported.The the demonstrators office.
another dealCom- City Engineer ,Bill L. tionery, ,5669 Moncrief injured man wa s would conduct another
Let us
hope that the of Roland
missioner Claude Smith Bryant :and his part- Road wh e n Prater approached taken to Duval Medical drive during the untimelydeaths
Murray Wilson Akins Grooms and
Berry George
ners. him and askec Center but was reported -
into transaction Easter shopping season.
got Haywood will stir our local officials to move
The into the
hearings for fifty cents. Cave dead on arrival. disclosed
involving Jack LaSue, Jacksonville It wu also to lessen the danger which surrounds the two
who showed Smith that deals opened expressway the- Jaxson Dies at around 8 a.m. and that Atlanta Mayor bridges and spare the lives of others in the
buildings were being in William Harts field _SuturP.
good
apparently
was
eyes of a number of h .- -_.

demolished be made and by moneycould mov- Jacksonville well whites Negroes who From Hanging spirits fact that despite he had the recently congratulated sides for a fair bot and I Sit-ins, Whitecu- .'
as as
) ing them. statesmanlike approach while the demonstrators
ff le eced' The body of Joe Pat been releasedon TALLAHASSEE-Arrested
virtually
t 4 Smith, the investigating out of their homes. WilliE3, 29, of 1157, bond in Criminal to the situation. for disorders reportedly were leaving the
committee was Jaxons whc Kings Road vas found Court on an attempted It was reported that touched off by store.The white youth
r told, wrote the Duval Many the would suspended fran a large murder charge ftr: hav- Cor. Ernest Vandiver sit-in demonstrations escaped.
Engineering and Contracting thought have y nail with a silk scarf ing cut his girl appealed for a voluntary here last Saturday, Also charged with
an opportunityto
Company, offering segregation consisting fighting and engaging
their tied around his neck friend. five persons
for what re-purchase last Fridajr afternoon of two Negroesand in disorderly proceedings -
$1,000 homes by bidding,' according "the best solution for Patricia
he called his 'cli- to complaints police reported. race relations." three white per- were sit-in leader
ents for the rightto received by tte FLORIDA &*. Mamie Kendrick At the save tiM, sons pleaded innocent Stephens and three, whites
clear the line between Williams' aunt, told Mayor HartsfJ.e1d..wd to charges brought against ,
STAR found
suddenly: Nathaniel
!H 17th kand 26th that they could not honicide Sgts G. H. notice _"profe. m&1 then in City his sisters Warman Elsie and and

1 Streets.The bid on their hoses Hurlbert and J. H. rabble routers from Court Tuesday Natalie. The, whites
Duval Engineering I The houses were boughtup Parker that she case I outside the city that The disorders occur- with assault
} Company accepted b y speculators, hone during the afternoon they vUl be dealt red in an urban shopping were charged and battery. -

the offer and in two moved to vacant lote and discoveredthe with moat stern))'" in center when one It reported that
days, Smith rights h and resold for stale body. the event of trouble of the sit-ins, Ben- several vas white youths
14 contracting to ranging froa$ ,000 to It vas revealed that dttlac the .city's desegregation .- fads Covins and a attacked .a police
1 -New Inc. (in which I II' $8,000. iTi3a.m. left :lrvork... r JOG PAT VILLIAN more white youth fought sergeant

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PAG TWO THE FLORIDA STAB
: Saturday; March 11*, 1961
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1 1 't THI FLORIDA ',STAR ..1r&pI 'Politics As Usual'By : :

NEWS _
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Eric O. Simpson
.PubUahe4 by The Florida Star Fubllabkir Co. Y

I. ; ; URBAN LEAGUE SURVEYS

MAIN OFFICE PLANT; M'f ,
NEGRO UNEMPLOYMENT IN 50 CITIESA
182* Monerlef Road .........:...... EL 44782Mailing -
1 : : I
4 survey on unemployment among Negroes in 50

Address' -j cities across the country reveals that the
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P. O. Box 561, Jaduonvllla 1, Florida .i : percent of the Negro workforce unemployed is

Eric O. Simpson .......................................Editor'' L frequently twice to three times that of the

\, O. Parham Johnson ..............................News Staff ___ total unemployment rate. The survey was can-

BUda Wootoa ..,.....................Circulation Dept piled by the National Urban League and its f.
1i local affiliates in those cities covered.Fig-

ures were obtained fran local bureaus of employment -
Member of Associated Negro PressSUBSCRIPTION '/ taftt welfare departments and other
BATES sources.

One Tear, $.90; Half Tear, $3.00 Three Months $1.80 The survey reveals the city.

Hailed To You, Anywhere; In The United States. that in Chicagol7%
Subscriptions Payable In Advance. Send Checks or Money Orders To Some 67,000 Negroesare
'E ;, ;.:;;: of Negro workers are outo
FLORIDA STAR-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA D jobless. 5.7% is that
4r i ;..: ; f work
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1 ; _______ comnunity's total unemployment '' in Phila-
rate Translating

: Double Duty DollarsREPRINTED r r. these dispro- d an e Iphia esti-

.. .. portionate percentagesinto
r tt ah ,I d Evr mated 80/XX)
thousands of
in New
{ workers gives an even York, and
FROM PHILADELPHIA TRIBUNE clearer view of the w in
r 36,000
serious Negro unemployment -
SIMPSON. LOS A n-

Gordon B. Hancock: his nationally syndicated Detroitfor picture.In instance, geles.
In the
column last week made an interesting observa- 112,000 Negro workersare commenting on
situation Lester B.
tion about Double Duty Dollard"....which meanswe reported to be ,
must spend sane of our dollars for purely Granger, League national -
r3 s tti 3 out of work-out of a executive director !
A racial reasons in order to get our Negro econ- 185,000 total unemployment -

,i any in position to compete on equal terns with \VH1TK l SUPREMACY HAS UCFTIIIS .[Nil IINT. WOULD 1 PEACEDRMANDS figure for "Months, said, the National

t' business in general." 1 A STOP Urban ago, League-

J "Had not Negroes spent the Double Duty Dollars called attention to

our today strong Negro press, our fine profes- the of a "I
sional beginnings and our strong insurance companies ii: prospects
would have been out of the question.Our Your WeaklyHoroscope continuing e c onomic I
downturn with dis-
+' fine beginnings are tributes to Negroes'who I
proportionate h a rsh
spent dollars with Negroes just because they Guide visited
were Negroes, so that today they spend the consequences
.. Negro workers.
dollar with Negroes because Negroes can give upon
PABLO Th ASTROLOGERWHICH
|y ,
rule
them their dollarfs worth." With Negroes as a

y Many years ago'R. R. Wright, Jr.,now a bishopof ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR concentrated near the and

the AME Church, made the point that the bottom of wage
reason for the enactment of high tariff laws IUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL kill ladderstheYin-
J feel the
was to protect the small struggling American evitably

industries from competition with well estab- first effects of widespread -

lished European businessesOf courseAmericansat ARIES days for further pro- can be turned to your unemployment.

that time had to pay a higher price fo r Born March 21 to April 19 gress in these direc- advantage. The 21st SAGITTARIUSBorn .When job discrimination -
Nov. 23 to Dec. 21
American made products than they would have tions, but there also should be a good day is actively

for similar: articles made in Europe. In other Obstacles may be very are indications that when proposals may be The 17th-18th shouldbe practiced by sectionsof I

words, Americans were willing to pay extra few, and even non- your mate or partnermay madeor when the wed- splendid days if industry,both management \

money to build businesses in order to increase existent for some not be quite sat-* ding bells will ring. you are negotiatingfor and labor,this

employment opportunities for Americans. Asians, all through isfied to remain in 260221834262LIBRA the purchase or becomes an unbearable
this idea which this quarter. This 'racial tax' that Negro -
Bishop Wright projected as one one place. sale of property, or
Negroes should accept as necessary if they leaves the door open 1-50-44-15-72-154 some other possession workers pay in i
for interviews in high Born Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 in i
I+ were to strengthen their econonic position.That \ which may be consid- earning a living \
many did buy insurance from small Negro companies places, the obtentionof LEO This is a splendid ered of value. The America. Government

at a higher rate, deposit their money favors lam the fulfillment Born July 23 to August 23 quarter when you may 21st is another day must take the first 1

in a Negro bankbought Negronewspaperspatron- of your high The ties that are benefit from the many that maybe considered corrective 5 t e p '1

ized the small Negro corner grocery, bought hopes, Jupiter which formed on the 17th- advantages that are fortunate,particularlyfor through aid to do- ;
shares in a Negro Building and Loan Associa- entered your solar the products of Sagittarians. pressed areas.Cut this i
.18th whether for ex
tion, and called in a Negro doctor,just out of 11th house on the 15th emotional, or business ceptional good fortune 8-40-11-19-68-841 is only a beginning;
attaches much m o re and labor
school, is a well established fact. should havepower Logic and good management
Had importance to y o ur reasons, have got to do a houseCleaning !
it not been for this procedure it is very in with
and sense join
doubtful that Negro businesses could have wishes and social lasting CAPRICORNBorn job of their }
many
E
aid
Take the experience to
pursuit qualities. you Dec. 22 to Jan. 19
survived. But now that Negroes have had years suggestions that may in developing a much own-- pressuring ,

of experience and expanded opportunities they 3-40-77-19-34-347 be offered on the 18th sounder formula for The one factor which government meanwhile t[
will be foolish indeed to Negroes toT to clean up iniquitous 1
expect 19th or 21stas these success (17th- 16th). you must overcome may Y
patronize them simply because they are Negroes. racial practices still E Epersisting
are the days wh en The 21st is another be the inability to !
Furthermore, they should broaden their base TAURUS they should have exceptional day when you may be make up your mind in government I
of operations and not restrict their businessor Born :April 20 to May 2(\ merit.Addi- able to count up the quickly' enough to ben- employment. This

professional services to the Negro segment There no longer remains tional good fortune extent of your gains, efit from the oppor- nation simply cannot

of the population. Then, too, it is mandatoryif any need to- hold in the way of a pro- and they should prove tunities that are afford even one year '

Negroes are to get out of the economic poorhouse back when you are assured motiona pay increaseor even greater than the practically handed to of 'suffering based (
that more of them spread their wings into upon race' that harks
backing the of of fondest
of strong discovery scope your you on a silver plat
back the f
to worse daysof
the business arena where the struggle is
access to finan- your true oQ Avocation expectations. ter. Be right in the
the ,
hard and competition is ferocious but the .re- depression.
cial means, or any of are promising possi- 6-50-88-17-46-658 thick of things on the Included in the 50-
wards are tremendous
the elements that bilities the 21st. .
are on 18th-l9th to learn
city survey are coc -
The Negro PressBy considered to be the 4-70-55-15-23-476 SCORPIO whatever you need to ments on the local
prerequisites for suc- Born Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 know to win an ally or Negro work situationby

J. Edward McCall cess. Do not join VIRGO. The people vho know to fill your pocket- Urban League officials -
groups that advocate Born Aug. 24 to 23 book.
U Sept. .. you well usually rec- r e p o rting.
COlE, let us sing of the Negro Press, force. ognize that there is 7-90-44-12-97-794 Typical is the state-

Sing of its courage lits trialsits success; 7-30-99-18-58-739 This should; be the much wit. and under- ment by Frank Campbell -

Sing of its fight for the rightwaged so longIn most pronisirg, quarter standing beneath that AGUARIUS industrial relations -
defense of our people who suffer much for those who are in severe exterior. Do Born Jan. 20 to Feb. 18 Ur-
secrctary
GEMINIBorn search of new job >
wrong. not hesitate to show ban of Saint
May: 21 to June 19 League
openings housing
accommodations self being You are likely to "Mitch
your true by Louis. of the
There's power in the printed page, power in You may pride your- and the more outspokenand realize that the lime-- unemployment among

the nPower self with possessing pursuits that are the demonstrative, on light is not always Negroes in St.Louis,"

in the Negro Press and its news men, enough wisdan to see mainstays of life's the 18th. The chanceto comfortable, as it attracts Campbell reports, "is

Who, for the past hundred and thirty-four years you through life and pleasures The 18th is prove your acumen all the undesirable 'hard core' unemployment -

Have guided and guarded us and assuaged our its vicissitudes but the day when you in the arts of buy- elements who try people who have

fears. no one really has a should enlist the aid ing aidselling shouldbe to share it with you. either exhausted their
this of anyone who can The 21st is the most
monopoly on in evidence on the unemployment benefitsor
Russwunn and Cornish, may their souls rest In splendid virtue* Fine furnish you with 21st. propitious day if you had
heaven, days to establish the pranising leads which 6-20-66-14-89-326 are engaged in private they have never

Launched the first Negro weekly In 1827, elements for presentand financial negotiation 0 --- -.-- them. U n em ployment will

f And from that time down to the present -hour, future comforts- "Man's Days Ar. Numbered" or transactions. among remain Negroes for some time, I
1-60-22-13-79-
Negro have in influence and
newspapers grown as well as spiritual workers
since most Negro -
power. development, would be Health and Fortune Can Be Yours / PISCES* are unskilled and

the 21st thru 23rd When You Know your Lucky Days, Lucky these are the first
Born Feb. 18 to March 20'
We can't build and run thriving journals with .
when fortune miles Colors Etc. ( > jobs that employers
foam, If there is something
on you. eliminated during adverse -
Some good Negro papers should be in each home 5-10-66-12--87-576 Send $2CQ ,for your you really wish, you econanic Ids

Then lets make each week "Negro Newspaper Horoscope Guide For should set right down
Week," e to business on the 1st
March The National Urban
I By supporting the Press through which we ,
3 CANCER when yea seem to have,, League is an inter-
speak. -. Born June 20 to July 22 Fin in the blank below and mail to. powerful planetary racial with 63
ZODIAC Post Office Dox 561 :. agency
backing n then on,

Jacksonville .Needs A Negro You can rest perfectly _;in Jacksonville* :, 1.'Florida you may net enjoy, as local throughout affiliates the coun- !
with the
at ease freedom
much personal

Newspaper. Read the "Florida Star status quotas long ,as None ,,.: hence the reason for increase try.Its purpose opportunities is to :f
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it provides all that :
'- this unseeming haste.
StreetDate
Every Week. -Patronize "Star1' you require for. com for Negroes and to

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fort and pleasure.The17th of Birth -4: "" better race relations ,
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The sp&dotM hale of Mrs. tele C a n'p boll := r

,( provided a fitting setting for the impressive, 7t I

I yet single installation cone ony of ,Z eta

dcaef auxiliary to Zeta Phi Beta Sorority.

Three candles symbolising! LeadershipService, *
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and Religion were used as the basis for the -- r

cersMony so capably perforated by Mrs. Hortense, ;* :k r_
Willi 3 Gray. Mrs Evelyn wen.sponsorofthe sl- '''' c' r,
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auxiliary introduced Mrs. '.Gray _
Newly installed officers include Mrs EvelynD. 6 .

Florence, president;Mrs.Eva Satterwhitevice .. ..
president; Mrs. Alma Glass secretary; Mrs

Pr3acf1s.Smith/recording aecret& gjHra.Vedie t: jii _

Cruse, fL secretaryMrsMaBde CsnpbeH,

'I chaplain; Mrs. Ella Coinesparliaeentarianand = It Gt
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Mrs Alice Johnsonoutgoing president,was the ,

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The next meeting of.the organization will beheld =

)i'J j in the home of Mrs., Verdie: Cruse, 1567 a. I a.y .

Florida Avenue.
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; The Hellene si an Bridge Club held its most '

IM J recent meeting at the EL Dorado Club with 'Mrs.

Leola Dudley as hostess. : rT ;;!
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l'l I f Bennett played her'way to the first: prize position ,r : '

l followed closely by Miss Bernice Griffin. !

Hrs. Pearl Miller qualified for third prize ,

1\+( and Hrs. Claudia Jenkins received the consolation ..S., J- L
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!fJ" Williams, Mrs. Evelyn Barnes, Mrs. GeraldineJones

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: time in the city recently '&9 a part of a JAX< carri. RHO OMCGA CHAPTER OF ALPHA KAPPA ins and collecting clothing for the Tent City victims of

Florida tour which included Tamps DiVest Palm SCRORITY were busily engaged in their local and national Fayette and Hayden Counties in Tennessee.Last Saturday,

I' Beach While hereshe was the guest of Dr. and projects last week as evidenced by the above action the mission was successfully completed when tha clothingwas ::1

Mrs R, EC Smith of 1921 Myrtle Avenue shots caught by the STAR'S staff photographer. In top packed in numerous huge cartons for shipmentIn top :

,j2 Mrs. Howell, a former resident of Jacksonville, photo left, Soros Alma Daniels,(left), Annie Ruth Wil- photo right Mrs. Annie Ruth Williams, (left), and Mrs, f t

is nov back in Ohio 'and re ports a very pleasant liams and Elizabeth Jasmenpaid a welcome surprise visitto Alyce Ingram complete packing of a carton. Lower photo

visit Mrs. Ollie Wade's Foster Children's Homel270 W.14th left shows Mrs Luther W. James, (Left), and Mrs. Alma f j'

J' * *. Street with a bountiful array of new clothing and gifts Daniels assorting and folding Bottom Fix right, Mrs.

Miss Anna, Bell Minatee selected the Lincoln for little Patricia Ann Pickens, (Center), the recent Louise E. Sheffield,(leftand Mrs.Willa Mae Green pre- I

Golf and Country Club for.her entertaixBent of victim of alleged parental mistreatt1ent.J.feamJ duringthe pare another box for shipment.The Tent City project was !

j .Lea Elites Bridge dub Mrs.Myrtice Thomas: and past: several weeks, the Sorors have been soliciting completed at the home of Mrs: Alyce Ingram, 1702 ,15th i

: Mrs Maizie Cusseaux were guest players,. both I Street. Miss Estelle Williams is the chapter's- Hasileus.OBSERVANCE ,. I

P receiving lovely gifts. fl 1- Alpha mamma's 4

Mrs. Marine Jackson, Mrs. Alvenia Scrivenand Stork D.asAnd

Mrs Vernal McCone were winners of club.. prises. Krinon Club Sets Rev. M. King
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The West Twenty-first Street home of Mr and DeliveriesB'rihf Musicale"Tea IS PLANNNED Will Speak

Mrs Adrian Oliver was the meeting place for TAYLOR-Broadus o r
SundayThe '
at Brewster, HospitalGeo. usher Board 2 o f I 2077 Lewis Street j
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Church On 19pr.
Second Baptist
BRUNDAGE-John of 3020
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Miss Gwendolyn Shelton and Mrs.Lucille, 1Ia11er, L Burgess, 1105 W. Union I which, celebrates its Saturn Street.
guest players, both received lovely gifts from St, 31 and Betty L. Williams, Alpha Gamma Sorority i30th anniversary Wednesday 1 STORT-Mrs.Lucille of
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the hostess. 103 W. Union St., 21. is sponsoring a Musi- in the church __
night _
John Green, 1445 W.,State St., cale-Tea Sunday from 1227 E. 3rd Street.HURRAYRoland .
Mrs. Pearl Mackey, Mrs.,Essia D. McCray, and auditoriun, has completed -
28 and Willie M. Smith; 2904Pullman 4-6 p.m.at 342 W.17th Terry
Mrs. Pauline Davis prize winners of
were __ St.,31.Leander Street. final phases of" 1470 W. 9th St.
As usual, Dorothy provided a most delightfulmenu : Harrison, 4025 Davis the impressive program RichardSr.
for her St, 28 and Eleanor A. Jackson, Program participants GREEN-Joseph
guests. be featured.
1111 W. 27th St, 21. follow: Solos, MrsE.- to ., of 1756 Ifyrtle
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Robt L. Collier, 2248 E. 79th C. Hankins and, CaronJacksonReadingsBev Program participantswill } /: ";4i'i Avenue.. '
Our president finally made it--he is nov at include the choirof "
St, Cleveland, Ohio, 19 and DeloresL. ,r,. .... ., CAVE-Carl "Sarge" of
the top of the" list of the nation's ten n best ..Aikens, 1742 W. 2nd St., erly Joyce McInto s h, Little Rock Baptist it'' ,,: : -;>-r 1494 W. 25th street.DAVIS1'n. .

1 dressed men. Church Rev. J.L.Hall, : ,'/" ... .
18.Jake .. Isabelle
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Hagins, Jr., 1031 Miss Debra Harding t-
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It sea just a short while we were reading Mrs
ago Thomas Daniel 4
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Franklin I629i W.
21 and Juanita Bailey 631 and Master Lee Walter t; of
where one group was critizing then pres St, 17. Agnes Jackson, Allen ." :(.,:/ GADSON-Mrs. Mary A. f
Instrumental /
ident-elect Kennedy's clothes;thenmore recent John L. Jackson, 1121 Phelps Singleton; JacksonHarry, Simmons, r ,, II' of 1309 Bridier st.REINOLDS1'n.C1em. E
St, 26 and Bonnie L. Rutherford, solos Miss Linda ,b'.< .
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ly, he was praised by New York sixLtmakers forMs 'Miss Faye Roundtree, ,' '"", of
'E. 20.
1152 Union St., .
choice of attire he heads the list. Peterson and Miss Dorothy BrittonMrs Martin Luther
11 ; now, James A. Smith, Gen. Del Mrs.Susie 1990 w. 24th Street.BRYANfClifford .
Just goes to show you what being President of onte Vedra, Fla., 23 and LauraWhite 'Lang. Agnes Holmes.Mrs.L1.nian. King Jr., minister, o T

the United States will do for a.man 907 W. 17th St 18. Mrs. H. S. Solomon B.Johnson author, lecturer, and 803 W. 4th Street.BRTA.Arthur .
Thos. L. Mundy Jr., P.O. Box KiH climax the program ,
I SEE. YOU NEXT WEEK will give the welcome leader of the successful of 1723W.
12072, Carver St, 36 and EssieM. with closing remarks -
Cooper, 1482 W. 26th St. 35 The public is address, Mrs. LucilleFrazierresponse.Mennr Montganery, Ala. 29th Street.CU1T3Rayiuond.
Caleb E. Lamarr, 808 Clay St, boycott movementwill of 2043
7 28 and Lucretia,Jackson, 1930 W. inVited. speak here Sunday
NOW'st M ORDER, rial services will be Mars Street.PRESHAMr8..
23rd St, 17,
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0 A: Li. A.dhracft-Cok. W. British,.Hon., 44 and Bernice Rev. J.C. Sams,pas tor, in ft. Ararat Baptist of 1755 W. 11th St.

FUR CITY-WID! DELIVERY pearman, 1605 E. 26th St, 40., Meets SaturdayJacksonville will introduce the Church. BRUNDAGE-John of 3020
Johnny C. Mack, 332 Magnolia The noted leader's
ALL SEASONS ICE t FUEL.G0.1 guest speakerRev.W.C.Mitchelland Saturn Street.MARSHALLMrs..
St, 31 and Louise C. Ramsey 522 Lo d e
Sill NORWOOD AVL PHONE rO 4-4SU St .30. g greetings appearance here i s Eliza
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froa the District Ush- "being sponsored by
'l711 W. 19th beth of 920 W.17th St.
James Henley
Coastline R a ilro ad the Duval Citizens
County
St, 60 and Iretta O. Flowers, 1831 ers Union will be offered WILLIAM-Joe Pat of
W. 19th St. 41. Brotherhood of Main- ty Mrs.H.K.Heard. Benefit Associa-I Road.
Willie B. Whitehead, 1109 Hart tainance of Way Employees tion and the Interdenominational 1157 Kings
St. 22 and 'Bernice L..Simmons, will meet in Diamond Rose tfnistgxialAlliance COOKS-Mrs. Era d t
1214 Jessie St, 20. l/i/i2 E. 27th Street.WILLIASLinde .
their last
quarterly
Walter Johnson 219 Claude St, { headed by .
Fish Faye
i 47 and Ethel Holmes, 1204 Clay meeting Saturday in Group Sets rank; Hampton t Rev.
i St.42. their new quarters at J.S. Johnson.The general of 1162 W. 4th Stream
; Fry For March Jl BRADLEY-Mrs. IdHie
271 Watts
Emory Griffin Jr., 913 Jefferson St.,Oscar public and civic ;
St, 25 and Martha .L. Bryant, of 1614 W. 13th st.JOIDSOlEmest .
060 Almada St. 24. Cowart, president groups are cordially
of P.
Corneliui Robinson, 859 W.. announced The Diamond Rose aocial -. ') invited to hear the.faced
o I e 28th St, 21 and Jacquelyn McCoy -.' All members are requested -' and Savings ,Club' -. ,integration 0. Box 103, Elkton

2142 Tuskeegee 720 Rd.Robinson, 17. t o attend will sponsor a Fish leader _. _
Carlee Cuffift,
ve, .28 and Marie Singletary since matters of vitalimportance Fry Saturday at the -
MAKESeZiSkINBLEACHES! 1045 W. 23rd St, 84. will b ediscussed. home o f Mrs. Eula

Spain E. SZOT 1077 Kings Rd i .- Samuel M Barney, 2316 Moncrief
OLD FASHIONED 19 and Emma M. Hart, 2002 W.i
11th'St. 18. Shipp is the organization Rd. Friends and the

Roy McIntyre, 515 Johnson St., ts ae, retary- general public are in

'5kL17tona +r-r j 24 and Catherine. Ford, 1322 W. treasurer vited. .
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Willie Geddis, 1954 IT; l3fa: .CLDBNOm .
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St, 22 and Rosa L. Burns, 1964 beginning
r lightens dark spots W. ISth St. 6 pm in the ,home of
perfect powder taDTI elE ::ruts. t The Ladies Auxiliary Mrs.Alee Wallace,2345 ii '
1 baseManufacturers aiwfutat. > will hold a beuetttdisoers ,
If ycawt ts.wUs i Hy callid Koncrief Rd. All members
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I I $Y L' QUESTRA EvMany Emt .rall.at9ItC.ie' AN rrsf, piAYI { wM'F F.'s w, CHURCH NEWS

visitors worshipped -'. # x MWML lMA.fa
It llwl .1lVk 1MNt.rr.ls
at Saint Paul w .
last vhichtime
Sunday
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.r /. s srawwl F. Annual Women's Day will be celebrated Sunday
.. having attended services ... tA during,a day long program at New Zion Baptist

rl! under supervision Y 1d ChurchFernandina Beach, Mrs. Esther M.Per son
: of our pastor Rev and Mrs. Rosa Parker, chairman and cochairman -.

RJ.HlaineRCTZander3and announced. school!
I f II respectively, Sunday
I IIJr other church prin I will be in charge of Miss Esther Goaten;lls.m.

r ; cipals. activities service under supervision of Mrs.L.M. Mathews,
Heading weekly mistress of ceremonies with Mrs. A. C. Bradleyas

were the Monday R __', 1t guest speaker.
: 'nightfs service which tIIi
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i ruc featured our former h} __ The annual sacred musicale-Tea under the sp o n-
pastor Rev,D.ERussell _
sorship of Usher Board 2 of Snanuel BaptistChurch
who to
A Up tt ttt Ftprt cap a preached a will be observed Sunday, Mar. 19 a t
lht. outstanding 701L". large attendance under 3 p.m. in the church auditorium The program)
Americans wh ok n the program which was '
country uttf oar community will feature Matthew W. McCoy in an afternoon
a,tur pUe to wl.: h t*th. sponsored by the of .
songs.
Trustee board.Tuesday
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H'i ,t** *- *:* witnessed night's program and enjoyedby was i Bethlehem Baptist Church will observe its annual

Men's Day program Sunday March 26 duringan
ter. a capacity attendance AT FARO LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE-The above photo represents a cross section all-day series of features, A. Reese, gene-

II' which heard such of the leaders in the industrial and adult education program being carriedon ral chairman, announced. The public :is invited.

outstanding nationally in Florida. They were present at a recent leadership conference fora&dniatrative ******) *) ***JOt i

II I II Ifi 'J# choirs as Morris Brown, and supervisory personnel help at Florida A&M University District 3 of St. Thomas Baptist Church pre-

I BethuneCootonan., and receDtl' ,. (FAHU staff. photo by Horace Jones Jr.) sents its anniversary services Sunday at 7p.m..
I Edward Waters col7e in the church auditorium. Music for the event

:1 Wednesday school night, the First 'BOp.tistSerVices Founder's Day Annual Men's-Day will be furnished by the church's Male Chorus.
Sunday meeting *********) ***
: was held and was the SundayOrder At Mf.
Sunday
Dedication ceremonies for the and
dining room
V o ilA.YF W "t: 'rehearsal for Date
period Program kitchen of Day Spring Baptist Church will be
L Japes Weldon Johnson the Ada Bracey Choir of services at Olive P. Baptist
held Mar. 26
Sunday, following morning worship
first Church
Ronald, a 9th grade !K j Thursday night the 1025 Baptist for, Miss Arey Crispin, a Deacon M. E. Patterson services. Friends and the general public are
i student at JaDeS Senior and G o spelChoirs JessieSt., vocational school instructor will be principal .invited. *****
March 12 have
rehearsed and Sunday,
1.. Johnson member of speaker during the ************
been announced.
We1f'f'f'don
a member of the Saturday night the Sunday school Grant Memorial Church morning services when Mrs. Gloria Frazier Best will be speaker during
lege Garden Male Chorus practiced. beginsat and soror of Zeta Phi the men of Mt. Olive worship services when the annual Worn en'a
rith G.W.Scottsuperintendent.
9:30
Club, serving as This coming Sunday a.m. Beta Sororitywill be Primitive Missionary Day observance at Kt. Olive Primitive Baptist

assistant Saving Secretary $ afternoon Booster from Club 4p.m.the 6 and instructors i n\,.. main speaker at A. L. Baptist Church observe Church is programmed through out the day S u n-

; Ht. Olive AME i Lewis YWCA's annual their annual Men*s Day day.
holds its Chinese- charge..Morningworshipstarts :
',j Church and has received -K Founder's Day program program.
several merit 'Kj American Tea in the at 11 o'clock Sunday.The event gets Guest Superintendentfor ,
church's lower aud- ::with Rev. C.B.Dailey,
MYW'sf Dance
at 4 the School
wards, Hobbies are R underway p.m. Sunday
..; .-...;... !ikL itoriun.Mrs. Clarice 'pastordelivering the Progran participants classes which startat St. Paul's ACE
Streets announces that sermon Choir 2 and Class Registration
f.********** I final plans have been Usher Board 2 will I include: introductionof 9:30 a. m.will be League Slates
speaker, Mrs. I.E.Wt11mss Deacon J. W. Anderson Saturday Mar. 11
111- completed for this serve throughout the' ; Miss Rose I who will be assistedby Stanto Musi ChoThe
day. BTU at 5:45 .
outstanding affair. pm Marie Tolbert, ical the instructors.
Mrs. Ester HAndrews, ,with W. F. Tillman, selectionsvocal se- Assisting in other Registration for the t
president is wellCeased president, in charge spring session Chil-
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Williams
lectionMaxie f
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morning program e a- .
with the pro- The pastor will deliver dren's Dance Class Stanto Musi Cho j
Mrs. E. T. Tutsonthe tures will be Rev.
ss herworkers have the sermon f o r.Evening and Mrs : y-Ti be held at theALLewts of Stanton Senior High
occasion Dave McKelvin
acting
E in presenting worship which Branch YWCA School will feature a
deVotions
Winona Alexander, pastor and DeaconsJ.K.WilliamsN.Prime
# s annual affair.Ir. begins at 7 p.m. Saturday at 10:30 am concert Sunday March -
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iC .-...:.. ',, ,-+' }" Cheathmngemral 't. ; lumbers of the Male : The Spring Dance Recital 19 beginning at 3:35
Washington
.iC : Mrs. Mary J.Doctor.C. McGhee,
ANNA Jot oxDouglas chaimanlIJihis staff Chorus are urged to themembership will be in May. o'clock in Saint Paul
iC will speak on and Rev.Eddie Taylor.. ,
attend the AME Church auditorium
Monday
Anderson. are hard at work pre- driveMrs Chorus will Children who plan to
The Male
paring for the annual night rehearsal scheduled remarks participate are askedto under sponsorship of
D. King furnish music for the
Myra
Anna is a member of for 8 attend class the ACE League. .
Men's reg-
program.St., otclock.l. director
Day and
the Twelfth grade at program occasion.
Conducted Mrs.
Baptismal se Ularly. Children registering by
Paul is looking for- Mrs Erlene All back Rev.Robert H.Wilson,
Douglas Anderson re follow
directors
Tuesdqnight's after March Olivia R. Smith, -
ward to you and your will preside. Bethel
of Bap-
she serves as chaplain pastor
friends visit.St.Paulis services which startat 18 will not be eligibleto the famed
'President o f the. forward 7 p.m. The regular tist Church will deliver participate in the local musical group i

Booster Club,Secretary marching Wednesday night Bible I Auxiliary Board 2 the sermon dur- dance recital. has repeatedly won +
in
-tct of the Varsity Club. kingdom building I which ing the 3 P* m. s e r--
study begins at Mrs. HB,Robinson is statewide honors under
She is a member o f here. 7 p.m. will be supervised Of Mt. Zion Meets vices. He will be introduced the instructor the capable supervision -

iC the National Honor by Rev. C. B. At 4 P. M. by Rev. D.B. of its well-
Society,Annual Staff, Dailey, pastor. Sunday! Barnes, pastor o f known leader.There is

:*oftball te.... TAJ..LAHASSEEThe An open invitationis Board 2 of Sweetfield Baptist asthma no admission charge
J/I. ....JI. .. student a cti vities extended to friends Auxiliary Church. Program par- and the public i s

_: .. :'J i.-' .. program at Florida and tte gsaeraL publicto >tt, Zion AME Church ticipants will be the I agony... cordially invited. j
Sunday at
Bethel Male Chorus
will meet ,
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'if'-', : A&+1 Universityis coordinated I attend First Bapt-
..IIr p of Us* Dr.O !Whi
.-...J{: T'i to give all ist services. 4 p.m* in the home Harry Simmons, s o- GrMtI Mev"taI.
: CICAMTTI8 OR COMPOUND
< flls. Calvin Williams, loist; Rev. Dave Mc
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assistance possibleto .
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::'1j it student in TALLAHASSEEThe 1156 Davis St., Nis. Kelvin.The Deacons of -- .
groups
the Herculean task acedemic calendar of Ida Hopkins,president Bethel Baptist, will : WHEN YOU ARE ILL

of complementing the the "trisemester" announced. full mem- serve. You Seek The Beat Doctor
and is bership attendance is ReV. J. L. Bell of '
efforts of student type designedto When Yopr Doctor Prtterfi
AMOS BRADFORD -I IBoy organizations to enrich permit students requested Second Baptist Church s.. Get Experienced Pharmacists
to achieve maximum will deliver the eve- To Fill Your Proonpiioai .
mocker
Isaiah university life """ "
acceleration in their ning worship sermon "''' According To Your Doctor.
The Honor Society,It I studies. St. Matthew'sDistrict during services which Orden. W. Us. Only

iii Scouts, president 1p I Six Slates begin at 6:30 o'clock.He The Best Quality Drugs vAt
Dr. C. E. BlauProprietor
9-2 hcfierocQ i introducedby
of reporter -- .. will be
.of English dub<< Fete Sunday Aaron C. Jackson.
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1 of the v.* .., "', 3
are just a few : : Others serving will REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE TOULILLY'S

activities that keep District 6 of St.Mat- ', be Deacons Evans Gar-

busy this year.i'i'JmOl thew Bapti st.Church, ', nes, George Primethe DRUG STORE

at Isaiah Blocker He 28th St. and Moncrief Male Chorus, Rev.Dave
ia also a member of : hold after McKelvin, Rev. Eddie ..1987 Kings Road ELgfe 3-8278
; -I Rd.will an A COMPLETE LINE OF:
Grant Memorial Chtsdt service Mar 13 at TaylorEdward Jefferson / CoemetlaRobber Goods Candles SsadrU
Sports *reading are I* -' 8 p.m. with the Rev. Deacons Moses :PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED .

his hobbies. '4 ..." l. Z. Copeland o' f Lewis and H.M.Pauline ..
** I Holsey Chapel C H E

Church, Eastside.
Listen To Pepsi! 1 Rev. Copeland con- MEDICINE CABINET

? I 5 Music-Quest Friday :] ... gregation and other t1II SEWER TAP IN
groups will b e incharge
It Mites .io:30 to 11:00; of the program.The AND PERMIT w

For Phone Request ,, public is invited.


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...... .,: -I' ,t 9 P.K.U.l NIGHTLY _,. .. be celebrated in Mt. ,
:-; i Jdr. ...... .' -';. i\... '. SWEET CHARIOT Ararat'Baptist Church,, EVENING WEEKEND, .
ij ..':,: .:ao to yeas MOKDAT tfcro rum: s Mrs. J,. J. Davis and 1110 W. ADAMS EX -..311' EL5r4507
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capacity attendance of;:Jaxf top employes, m9nltgPment.and-' guests thronged Duval County
'JI Armory to enjoy the festive board, soft music, canaraderie..et cetera..et cetera Pix
,taken by the STAR'S roving photog reflects the various moods of the pleasure fill ed

I t v5 p ......."" ; event. The affair found many visitors from several parts of the state.

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: : LOW PRICESOn to general transfer operating to fund the.. now put them through a costly new /'

Your explained.Instructors as required. Lewis step. In this exclusive step the whiskies are whirled in a specially-

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r 1 DRUG STORE NEEDS FAMU a smoothness never before attainable. This unique process

f 1 Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store Attend 'WorkshopWASHINGTON breaks down each drop of the fine whiskies and grain neutral

'jI We Will Meet Any Prices Advertised D.C.-Dr. spirits into its smallest possible components and then "marries"
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can or Florida A.'..and.H. The result can only be realized by tasting Schenley whisky.
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I In early April, her two-aonth concert tour will t

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the Holy land, benefit performances for U. S. >.. .
,_armed forces units and 'a visit with the King z;
am QUeen-of Denmark.
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European trip will be Show. t
her second venture a- The gospel singers' '
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singer's tremendously Ninth and his Queenis

successful appearances the result of an
on the Con- invitation the mon-
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FUTURE BARRISTERS These young men are lav students at Florida A& H after five' weeks Jackson when she sang

University and hope some day to engage in the lav profession. They when' she took ill and for them at a Chicago

are, left to right, Lorenzo Jacksonville, John Due, Indianapolis was flown back to A- reception given b y ;
I Ind.; Henry Collins'Memphis, Tenn.Edward RogersWest Palm merica for critical Mayor Da ley during gi ,
J Beach, Ralph .Mault Jacksonville; Henry Thompson, Miami;and Isiah surgery.
their' recent visit in
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her European tour.Miss
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ALL ABOi1T BABIES. KING AND QUEEN OF HEARTS-Alma Rhea Purify and

Arthur Smith, Jr,Tampavere chosen "Queen and

A Public Service of the King" of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority chapters
in the West Coast Florida area.In above
National Baby Care Council panel,
1 }i: PAMU NEGRO HISTORY WEK-"sPEAKm'Dr.: Horace Mama Bond (second from left), Mrs. Bette WlmbishleftSt.Petersburgwho heads

,.: ,dean of the school of education Atlanta University, is shown posing with "SHOTS FOR BABY"-- chapter displays one of beautiful cl ocks
Ji J i, President George V. Gore Jr., left, J. V. Rileyprogran; chairman. and head gifted by Bottlers of Coca-Cola in Tampa and
of the FAHJ department of history and geography; and Dr.H.Mwming &ffer1 By William Kitay St. Petersburg for prizes to the Delta royalty;
It 1 r k; son, dean of the university National Association of Science Writers Seated, right, Queen Purify looks on as JesseJ.
if Editor, All About Babies Lewis, Bi nohamAgbaagCocB-CdaBottling( )

.1 I. Company, witnesses. In lower panel King Smith
S Babies usually are born with an immunity to a and Miss Purify flank Lionel Hnpton,wh ose band
number of communicable diseases. They obtain played for the Queen of Hearts Ball in Tampa.
this immunity from their mothers. Annual event is sponsored by the Deltas in sup-

_1....i i} The inborn immunity, however,is good for only port of their program of community; charities.
l about the first six months of life.After this,

i baby must develop his own :insmmity.
I',' r Immunity: a natural Boys Wanled Boys. Wanted !
t defense of the body tion timetable are .
I'I r S i tiM = against disease.lt is the inoculations a- EARN' CASH

; J1 made ,b y a supplyof gainst polio. Many
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I Ic I IJ .4 { protective substances doctors recommend that Fridays and Saturdays Selling

Ii known. as anti- "polio shots" be
J ; bodies. started at just about THE FLORIDA STAR .

Y' rya" The presence of an- the time baby is receiving APPLY
J tibodiesand thus immunity his'first i-
r 2323 Moncrief at 13th Street
r is brought a- noculations. .
-ru bout in three differ- Immunization against

J j HAKE ALL A'S AT FAMU The students were exempted from paying theE ent ways. First, in a polio consists of a PHOTOGRAPHS FOR
E; ; registration fee at Florida A&M University for the second semester natural way during the series of three inoc-

I 1 for "'tJr'l"aa1.J.: : A's during the first semester. Sixteen of the 154 disease itsel Second, ulations. The second I: EVERY C1CC.\SlttN

J I I:' I "honor rollees" at Florida A&M made the perfect four- point score. by immunization, a dose is given four to .. .....,,r._._....,
j/' They are Nathaniel Williams (left), Tampa; Mary Montgomery, Century; method by which the six weeks after the I Expert Photography_.
: Wildwood Williamson Tallahassee and LutrelleMcGLockton body is stimulated to first and the third, ; Portrait
: Yvonne Young, ; Jaaes ; F :. Wtddlngs Bsnqatts
{ build the desired an- seven to 12 monthslater.A"booster Passports & Identification Photos
Port St. Joe. Nine of the students completed requirements .'
for graduation. tibodies.Thindby the dose" 1 "".'; :" :i: ,.J Photostats & Commercial Work
is recommended about ,.::-: Photos For Newspaper Cuts
injection o f antibodies I
(FAMU staff photo by Horace Jones Jr.) 1 ."
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J ; ; a after the completion WhlU You Walt
against a year ,
specific ; : ..
of the series. .. > % :. Coloring & Picture- Framing
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When it comes to the A single vaccination l V.t:'

I1'I]! ; wry ytrMr communicable diseases against smallpox is .I .r.: \,x-.. In Natural Color -
I of babyhoodthe first usually given at five J. AVEHY
., c ='nsirrr'u' r method is
ter : least desir- of six months of ageor AVERY'S PHOTO STUDIO
Wk IS,w 5A_ $ ; :='- able. The third the
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... .; use of antiserum is baby' first 1674 Kings.Rd..-Next to EWC Library
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J iM y'i. but a ;temporary method' is reconmended that- I Phone EL 4-7895. For Appointments

/ l when quick protection this vaccination be
rgr. i 9">- is needed and then .
I repeated every threE!
I only in certain di- to five
f s seases. life.years throughout Rev Mother Roberts

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___ F protecting baby against existsdoctorsmay Religious Healer

r the more common recommend inocu-
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against ty
_I',) :' AFRICAN VISITS FAMU-Blaise Senghor of Dakar I i -a babyhood. To provide phoid and. P -typhoid BSBBJ JBSJ|
West Africa, (center), a television and motion this protection every one or two Who has been blessed by God to Heal by Prayer

3 picture director-producer in" Paris, recently doctors observe a n years. Guarantees to .remove sickness and pain. I
j visited the canpus of Florida A&M University. i .. immunization t i m e- Some four million She will
help where all
1 His trip was under the auspices of the United HEALTH: SCHOIiRSHIPtini table. babies are born ire others have failed.So .

,. !. States State Department. Is the above photo, Ida Janstta Baby's first :iiasunization this country eve r y if you are sick and have been suffering

; left to right are Dr. H. Manning Effersoa/lean Rhea sophoMfen&rsiaf : are agp.inst'diptheriatetaima year. It is protec- for a long time, Don't give up hope until you
I k I J of the miverai: tYi Se oraud V.Mlro Morville. student, at Florida and tion via iaenmizatiori: see this God sent Religious Healer.

Sengfcor's traveling companion and interpreter A&M adversity from whooping cough. These abainst the cosssuni-; Mother Roberta will give you a blessed Holy
''1 and State.- Department aide. usually begin thai the cable diseases of babyhood Cross.
Johnson CiLyTemsthe
l '.:. (AIM staff photo.;;.by Horace Jones Jr.) winner of a health child is one to two that' has dramatica1.l7 Located
months
of Threeof lowered the
; Attends Confab. -:Sit Ins Attend: National scholarship Foiadation from the' four monthly age. inoc- infant death rate anq 10310 Atlantic Blvd.

,1'1' ulations are given. I increased manta life- Open Daily & Sundays 7 A.M. to 10 P. H.
AlLANTAGa Doctor .Church. Services for HedicsZScdestific "Booster shots" for span. Take Beach Bus No. 51 To the Door
Clinita A. Ford TALtAH ssEE-wtai Professional+ EdacKtonaai
associate Neg- whooping
cough
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9,. 5 : dean of the- roes attended two MedicvL Care. Her unnecessary after the for the Indian Head Sign and the Name

i ,;: .' school of agriculture white churches here hobbies azeseviBg sad age of five, but that Crown
reading She is tile Royal Mother Roberts
,; and home economics, Sunday,several whites anti-tetanus "boost-
,;\ A&M University reportedly walked out sweetbeart of Alpha era" are advisable: at bottling' :Company

j'Flori 1 I' attended the from services.A U Chapter *f Kappa three to 10-year in- 1235 SAN Mother Roberts otters her prayers
MAKO .tw.F .
Southern Region Ccn- Negro couple attended Alpha hi fratensltr .tervala.. and blessings absolutely FREE
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II.. .. ... Annual North' __ South., Golf. Tourney .Is Big Success =SPORTING IT UP=
N'1''A' :+ '"' n.Y.w.* 'A *--vk '*tftW4fi1r.ffff*+":

I [+ \ : .. THE JACKSONVILLE 87 C. PARHAM JETS Baseball JOHNSON Club has released -

II !; the announcement of the coming to the
f city of major league baseball clubs in April.
t 1'i'"f Just 13 days after the Jets open spring train-
4c' ing, the Milwaukee Braves and the Cincinnati
Redlegs will be playing in Jacksonville.April
; $ is the date for the game. Five days later
I .... the Detroit Tigers and the Kansas City Athletics
4-' -II 'I ; r-T1- will move into town for a game Sunday
; 'm. 4Y!> April 9th.
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>;t;; r. LOOK WHO WILL BE PLAYING in Jacks onville.Fans
<;. ...
V will have an opportunity to see old favoritesin
action when Milwaukee and Cincinnati take

&L7g 4 := rYJ the field. They will see Hank Aaron, E d d ie
j Matthews Adcock Del Cran-
Johnny
Logan, Joe ,
:4r : dell, Warren Spahn, Lou Burdette, Wes Coving-
I cjE :1' : ion, Al Spangler, Felix Mantilla and a host
f of other familiar stars on the Braves team.
w mm.m.nm.nm-- ,_,,__.. ....'tj _s.-._ .., ,..,n....... Hank Aaron, Al Spangler, Wes Covington and
RAY MITCHELL TOURNEY--Ray Mitchell's 8th Annual North- during Sir John Hotel patio ceremony The Atlanta soft- Felix Mantilla were members of the Jackson-
South Winter Golf Tournament at Miami was a tremendous drink firm sponsors trophies for winners in the three ville Braves.
success packed full of golf and social activity.In cen- divisions of the tourney and for the bathing beauty con- THE CINCINNATI REDLEGS will have such starsas
ter are seen the winners of the tournament,left to right, test. Looking on. from left are Attorney Henry Arrington, Vada Pinson, Frank RobinsonGus DeU\-1& ly
amateur Willie GreerNashvilleTenn., Elizabeth Wright, Miami, legal counsel for the Mitchell golf pranotion, Post, Ed Bailey, Willie "Puddin Head" Jones,
women's amateurNew York City, and pro Pete BrownJackson Mrs. Donzell, Donsell Modeling School,New York, who co- Gordon Coleman, Jerry Lynch, Bob Purkey, Bill
i -, Miss. At right, Mrs. Mbdeen Donzell, 2nd from rt., produced and directed the bathing beauty contest and Henry, Gene Freese and the entire R c d 3 e g
witnesses as PRman Moss'' H. Kendrix drums it up during fashion show, Mr. 'Mitchell,Sir John owner Sam RabinandMr. roster. Many fans agree that with good pitching -
briefer session for bathing beauties. In left photo,Ray Kendrix. Mrs. Ann LindseyMiamiwas co-producer the Redlegs stand a good chance to win
II Mitchell, 3rd from left, had just received from Mr.Ken- 'and director of the bathing beauty contest and fashion the National League flag in 1961. Local fans
will have an opportunity to see a hard hitting
drix show.
right, trophies donated by The Coca-Cola Company,
I and fast running team that has been marked

I Little Leaguers A&T Aggies Jax Jets Ink Jax' Maxine Mears Stars the WHEN Kedlegs THE DETROIT as the TIGERS team to meet watch.the Kansas City

Film Ball Team. Faces Athletics in the Jacksonville Baseball Park
Available
( Two Righthanders i t In North-South Tourney Sunday April 9th, fans will lee Billy Bruton
I Cornell U. formerly of the Milwaukee Braves, Rocky Cola-
DETROIT- Winter-weary Jax Jets General Hiand-Pete Brown, JacksonMissgolf Professional vite, Al'Kaline, Pumpsie Green, Charlie Maxwell -
Little Leaguers have GREENSnOROJN.C.The Manager Gene Russell with a score of 287, took top honors at Harry Chitti, Chico FernandezPaul Foy-
-f' an opportunity to get A&T College Aggies, announced S atu rday Miami Springs Country Club on the occasion of tack, Ray NarleskL, Don Mossi and a strong
ahead start on spring defending CIAA baseball that the club has Ray Hit chell's recent North-South Golf Tournament determined group of players under Manager Bob

J training, this year champions, will signed tworighthanded swim Scheffing.TIlE .
", through the cooperation open their hane schedule pitchers to con- Willie Greer, Nash- events including KANSAS CITY ATHLETICS will be coming into
: of the Boston Red against Cornell' tracts. ville, Tenn., won the parties, dances and town under new ownership and they will b e
I I Sox and Chrysler Cor- University of Ithaca, Sac Fountaine,6-2,1B5 amateur male champion- treasure hunts. bringing a long list of established stars who
poration. N. Y.The. poundernow attending ship with a 289 while The Coca-Cola Company have become well seasoned with their great competitive -
y,. A feature film showing New Yorkers will Arlington State College Hrs.Eliabeth'right, Atlanta, Ga., headed spirits. When the Athletics meet the
Ted Williams and invade Greensboro for (Tex.) and Dob NYC, topped amateur the list of trophy Detroit Tigers in the Jacksonville Bas eball
'. other outstanding big two games on Thursdayand Dicksona graduate of ladies with 368. In donors. Other awards Park, Sunday, April 9at 1:30 p.m.a good game
I leaguers in action is Friday March 30 Sul Ross College, who the senior men'sflightWilliam contributors were Cityof is expected because the Athletics are heavily
.f \ nov being made avail- and 31, both to b e stands at 62 and Evans, MiamiNew Jersey'sDunes' loaded with some big name players.DieAthietics ,
able free of charge played at Memorial weighs 185 pounuswill #f Chicago, was the MotelLong John will also bring a strong group of rookies who
by Chrysler Corpora-I Stadiun beginning at join the Jets when winner with a 257 Scotch and iami will display some powerful baseball talent.
'I tion. I II It 2:00 p.m. they report for spring tally.. 4Miscellaneous- Hotels Sir John,Cazwr THE JACKSONVILLE JETS will open training March
I training March 24. awards and Ann Ellis' Guest 24 under a new manager, a new general manager,
Fountaine is a grad- went to Gordon Brown, House. a new name and a new president. The fans of
I; w? .. uate of Grand Prarie, Pro, of Charleston, Jacksonville, Duval and adjacent counties who
(Tex.) High S c howl S.C.and Eugene Clapp, really go all out for baseball will be given a
))1 where he garnered a Amateur,)flami; ,winners Davidson CollegeWin challenge. The organization is determined to
prep no-hitter. Dick- with a 66.Carl Hopson give the fans a real competitor, but in the
.1' son possesses a total Pro, NYC and Clifford Rifle MeetsGlEENSBORO meantime the organization is expecting the fans
college record of 20- Brown, Amateur,Cleve- to give them full cooperation. There is n o ;
wins and five losses. land, were runners-up N.C.-- better combination than a good team and a good
1 with a 68. team representing the attendance
Tied in the mixed I ROTC at Davidson
Army
i Uses Stop Watch scotch foursane witha College last Saturdaywon BASEBALL FANS FOR MILES around can rememberthe
'tI I I for Itch ReliefMrs. 39 were Dave Bondu, the North Carolina time when Sam Wolf son,the present president

J .A.Z.Gracie says: I thoughtI }Miami Jacksonville,ani!Haxi.ne! Hears Bill, State I n vi tational was president of the Braves. He told the fans, t';
would go out of my mind with J Rifle Tournament held "If it is a team you want, a teats you shall !
\f; poison friend ivy Helen's itching.suggestion Then at,my I Hudgins, and MyrtlePattersonboth here at A&T College.The I have." Xo one could doubt that statement because -
bought Tetterine. My husband, of New team scored 3662 he did not stop until Jacksonville had I.
in stop fun watch.checked Well the, in time no time on his at York City. points to win the one of the strongest teams in the South Atlan-
; ''ir all, the itch:was gone. Tetterine Nearly 250 golfers State championship for tic League. It is believed that if he could do .
is equally wonderful for fast re from over the country the second in it for the Braves he do the forth
lief of surface rash,eczema,ath year a can same thing
PD ( lete's foot and innocuous insect vied for the numerous row,edging the thiver- Jets."
%vv.xf .. :bites.supply If you your send druggist 751 to cannot Shup- trophies and $2500 in sity of North CarolinaAir JdClSONVILLEiFJ..CO! .s to town the new general
V If your druggist cannot supply you 4 SHAVING POWDEFTfcO.ilSttO 'trine Company Savannah,Ga. cash prizes. The gala 'Force ROTC team manager. Gene Russell comes to the city highly ,
M for thtu MAGIC TEAM MATES il [P-O Box 3457 F3*savsnnsh.Cl fiveday tournamentwas which scored 3636- recommended and from all information, he comes
Watch This down dotted with entertainment points. with a rich background of baseball experience.The .
> ', and social working together of President Sam Wolfson
"'lu I
I 17-9-62 and General Manager Gene Russell great things ,
:: d 1 438-14-900 YOU CAN'T BUY A FINER are expected. They are going all out to line
up the type of players that it takes to put a
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winning team on the field.
A s r? { jN 7 6 --KENTUCKY BOURBON BASEBALL FANS ARE ASKED to start thinking now

o 1 of opening night of the 1961 season. Jackson-
98-40-66 ville oust win the attendance trophy. It is
time right now to start to thinking about being -
785-22-118
present on opening night. '%
Sa..tta.s he'sSomethMS
.'. II'domiHe : ACCORDING( TO HEAVYWEIGHT\ CHAMP( FLOYD PATTERSON
I odds, iUtttrBcts about the only occupational hazard whichhe
H. work It .. ...... faces in his Monday night's title defense
against Ingenar! Johansson will be that all organizational -

Aflcrn's Days L4:. matters such as setting up the
tY.L ring resulting in the fights going on as plan-
Are Numbered I ned. In a recent story attributed to him in
.- the current issue of Sport magazineFloyd tells
N thin-
nWanfs Are '
Days
( : TRAIN YOURSELF about the many changes which he has recently
k berednHealth And For- .
tune Can Be.Yours When undergone. He goes on to add."No onenot even
For A Paying Profession You Know+ your Lucky my manager Cus Aaate is going to influence
L., Days,Lucky Colon Etc. me anymore. I'a my amman now and I a&dt it'a
,/! In 26 Weeks Send $2.00 for your been a long time in coning.1
< Horoscope Guide. For FLOYD ADDS."Some people reach maturity at
FORMING. 13, some at 45. Some never do. reached matu-
NEW CLASSES NOW MARCH
*. fr: : ixlank be- rity at 25..the year I wasn't champion. Then
Fill in the
.t:, :'. YES--Yowl! elwvyt. te obU to find wrk lov and mail to ZODIAC 8Q ,: .' .I. things began to change. "Speaking about his
:. "'* :;. YES- Youll m.k. good monty f Pbsto' fice Box 561 :a; w "-:.....: caning fight with Johansson, Patterson said,
'r : .:::7J > yiES You'll hovo good working ctrdMontN Jacksonville 1, Fla.N1HE ',' / :- Ii "Don't worry I'll'be ready, I don't plan to

:,:;: ;.'- O- You will not b. Wo oH *l .f..50. '0 '._ ..... lose. I'm confident now"In brushing aside his
::. .,: .J REGISTER NOW I manager's war with; the boxing world in general,

: FLOIIDA BARBER COLLEGE. Street .. Floyd stated, "After I beat IngemarI'll fight
,anyone. I've made up my mind to be a fighting

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iGlfsi ; ; \. THE rJLORIDA STAR: .' Saturday, March 11,
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: To.CarryHeavyweight
l'chips II I : SELLING : I;WANTED: Men and women w
Off The BlockIby' Title
The Florida Star honestly desire to face their alcoholic -
Broadcast problems. Free meetings:
: Fight Mondays and Fridays 7:30 P.M.

m "jay jay" .. S Jax fight fans will JOBS OPEN; Clara White Bldg., Room 305.

: -7 have an opportunityof
I hearing an on the'scene ",
Bread & Butter Girl
Rumor has it that something' in the milk blcw-by-blow
ain't 5
4( Ha,ha, ha. It took a .congressional coanittee Maid and Butler Rooms Moved
clean around Brewster.Reports persist"that the account of Monday
\ to see something foul in t3 local highway construction
mesa'* Heck, ve knew it all the tiffle great white father ain't so great after aU.Tis night's heavyweighttitle First Class Cook Withins City $25
I A fool would vender why a certain company rumored that Steve Dorn plans to leave for fight between Lie Practical Nurse
buildsaU: of the bridges. Another company points North' soon. Tis funny that aEL hospitals Floyd Patterson a nd' REASONABLE 'RELIABLE

builds all roads and parking lots. We all knew are overflowing and Brewster has, vacant beds. Ingemar Johansson o- Apply Kings! "Moving! Uans
about the people who outbidded won our hoses In fact so many that a ward was closed down. ver ABC Ts' local affiliate fidelityEMPLOYMENT

i. i ii We ,knew about the nice cottages which could be'l i One reason ,for the lack of business may be the W.Z.O.K.theSTAR AGENCY 750 WEST ADAMS
I fact that rats are up and, service is down.Wentto learned Thurs- PHONE EL 6-7Z79
11 easily moved and were in good shape. They were
vultures descended visit on a big Sunday afternoon and there day. Jth & rfrrtle-EL{ 6-6389
{ not put up for bids. The ---
looked homes and was no one at the information desk. A dumb The broadcast is.
before moved and at our
we like lost to find at For Breakfast, Dinner Alter the Movie Snacks
picked out lots. In the beginning we were told country boy me gets trying slated to start 1
his way around great big hospital without a 10 p.m. EST from Miami Fried Chicken Bacon Sausage
that we could bid on our homes but in the final
analysis many were told, "your house is not to guide. I was told that the information desk Convention Hall. Oyster FISH Eggs Hot Cakes

be bidded on," Ve saw the house moved o n closes at 6 p.m. I am going to rear back on Youth 'Council Shrimp Ham CoRa Milk
another lot and sold for $8,000 to $10,000. We my big fat thumb and say I told you so. StlJk
I saw fortunes made by certain people: a matter The, faculty show at Isiah Blocker was a howl- Meets SundayAt French Fried PotatoesSPECIA11ZING
of months. ing success.' Monsalee Davis made a lovely bride. IN TASTY: FOODS

Now they tell us that things were crooked.Vait J. ,L. Williams, Jr. was one of the,bridesmaids' St. StephensInitial MADELINE'S COFFEE SHOPAirconditioned
until all of ,the city and county building is picture that wedding party. An administratorwas steps in the

done with, ouch may come out especially con- to play ELvis Presley but his frau frownedon setting up of a canty-
cerning political allies and contributions it and did not even allow him to attend the wide voter registration Elgin( 4-9962 1929 KINGS ROAD

vast and complex web that controls our county affair let alone play a part. These women. campaign will j
I and city with an iron hand Even the Negroes Hope all of the boys are reading the papers hold a top priorityspot
who beg for crumbs at the master fs tables may and see the deeds of Brother Claud, and Lou being on the agenda / 111
j be in the spotlight.Spealong brought to light. Now you see why these when the JacksonvilleNAACP

of golf the local dailies didn't fellows spend thousands of dollars in attemptsto Youth Council
men
tion it but Charlie Sifford finished high in gain offices that pay so little. When- I holds its public mass Myrtle. Avc, ohd Adorol flibne EL 4 1468

the money ,at Tucson and was a contender until squawked about the Expressway, the-TJoys:: : aaid meeting Sunday at St.
the final day He has played here many times. "quit crying over nothing." We repea .I"None are Stephen AMS Church, SMALL MULLET. . Lb. 20c

Its a boy for Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Rivers. so blind as those who will' not see." fifth aid Davis streets, LARGE MU LLET . Lb. 29c

Rivers covers the state for AnheuserBusch.HispArtner Rodney Hurstpresidentannounced.The Frozen_ MULLET ROE Lb. 98c

passed thru Herb on Gaines the way is back down up South.Herb the country.Douglas Warrant Officer Retires gets underway at meeting 4 pm. Salt MULLET ROE Lb. 98c

The next big attraction at the Amory will be Shrimpboat WHITING I Lb.. 29c '

Lloyd "Lawdy Miss davdy" Price. He and his Beach WHITING . Lb. 39c

swinging band will: 'tee off. at the Amory on A ., tIs BLACK SEA BASS Product f Lb. 32c
March 14th. Rumors have it that a really "big" + M yp
attraction may hit the Coliseun soon. SHEEPSHEAD . Lb. 32c

Thelma McDonal departed for New York last 1 .t 4 'ri ROE SHAD .. . Lb. 39c

week. She will be gone for a week or two. Her BONELESS SHAD Per Bag 95c
son Bobby drove down for a couple .of Bobby a Completely' boneless flash frozen Vi sides, with half roe,
has business interests (heart business) that packed in cello bag
brings him to Florida frequently. SPANISH MACKEREL L b. 39c"Fine
for Broiling"
Ann Foster Moore is back on the job. She has King.MACKEREL STEAKS. .Lb. 49c

been under the weather for, a 'spa]].. "Excellent" Says T.-U. Account Executive

The brown Pontiac with, Marion County tags belongs FLOUNDER . Lb. 39c
to W. Lena Austin of the Stanton Night Fully Dressed, Fresh Water

School staff. She is a newcomer to the community .a_ CATFISH . . Lb. 49c
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Nip Sams calls the following; comb;" tion a SUNDAY STAHTS. .. RITZ fiRST RUN
full house-Jinny GravesDick WeathersbeeT.C.Miller .
1 NEVER
Dr. H. James Green and throw in E. J. A I
BEFORE
Norman for the joker to referee. We agree,that ,
hand is loaded. +,g. SENSATIONLIKE Also

Members of the Northwestern coaching staff THIS "TESSOF

took time: out to lick their wounds after their :, The him that
last defeat. The boys say that Coach William was smuggled STORMCOUNTRY
Veathersbee had a six hour pass in order to out oi Cuba at
stay out_late Tossi keeps his pass in his TI trlet en the risk oi death
pocket, he says. WELL DONE- A veteran of World War II and the Korean Conflict, Chief Es1e lUbed C. G.nner ey freduetleaA.
Warrant Officer Wilson Mazeke who retired from the Army on February i
To the boys, The blonds you see about are 1: ,
c private property. They government, propertyand 28 after 20-years military 'cawas honored during Retreat-Parade .
live on the reservation. The musician and ceremonies at Fort Stewart,(Ga.) where he received the Army Cccrcen-

other folk you'see spending'time are just try- dation Medal with first Oak Leaf Cluster formeritorious service during The BEARDED BETRAYER,.

i ing to poach because it don't. belong to them. his term as the Garrison's assistant executive officer.Mr.Mazeke -_. -
,\ saw action during World War II with the 370th Armored Infantry
Word has that STARTS
come to us Janes Bailey has been SUNDAX
confined. The former deputy suffered an attack I Battalion in Europe and served_ with the 45th (Thunderbird) Infantry Strand 7 BIO DATS
Division in Korea. He and his wife Mrs. Louise A. Mazeke reside at
the first of the This ,
week. and
corner the rest .. J?
Some women never give a name. ;1
2479 Doby Street here. .. .,
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of his friends are wishing Jim a speedy recovery I (US ARM PHOTOGRAPH) just: a phone number! 'E EN.6.M..wn. 1
I and urge him to keep battling..Tis reported pwYs :'
that there was a hot time at the Bus Station ---- T ELIZABETH TAYLOR mRflElD 8J\J
DEL WO
Bar the other_ night. One brave fellow knocked Bradenton CUTTING SPREE I PRATT = LAURENCE HARVEY ;....... .,.

out a plate glass, window with his bare fist.It *#*- ServIce Station .. EDDIE FISHER ofMI..UROC......,.......//.IY.7:. .*
I/li was reported that it, was just a little mis- Serves Negroes Enmett Jackson, 34; _1wtlWN In-
understanding, among co-workers. All of them 12471.l6th Street was I PUB 2nd BIG Hit "THE TtBEAI"

if: worked together at a downtown hotel. BRADENTONvariety cut during fight last BUMPER TO BUYPERSERVICES Sunday thru

""I Even though I am against the idea of the Old store lunch counter Sunday, police reported. .- ROOSEVELT Tuesday

Taylor Ball and feel that if McKesson and Robbins 'served 12 Negro high EXPERT AtTEHDAHTS'mum AVE '- 3 BIG HITS -
ST. AT M.
really wanted to show their appreciationto school girls here Monday Rufus Gcrd on, 30, of
the Negro market for its support of their The store i s 2437 Lincoln Court said JERRY IFPS IN "DAY OFFURY" "THREEMURDERESSES
PREMIER'SHeat **
'products they would hire one or two Ne gro located across the Jacksoncame over to _ttTHE BELL BOY"

r representatives. I must admit that the party street ,from the county his automobile, placedhis .SKYVIrUI Sunday thenTuesday
was well planned and handled.There were no incidents court house. No incidents ,hand in car and MarketFOOT .
Win S4BO Cash MOD. Hite"TODNG
until the folk started home then the were reported.The started molesting his

Old Taylor told a brother to pinch some cheeks girls were said wife and when he resented WEST LOVE" Aim 'RAWHIIE 2FLRSn
that did not belong to him. The lessor of the to be members of a i t, a fight'start OF

cheeks remonstrated. by delivering right to class Lincoln Memo- d and both men BEAVER ST. VIADUCT
the .cheek which sent our friend to the hospital. rial High School, and were cutVoids LOOK! Listen!

Mary Wynn of General Trading Company ( Don were on a field tripto Sentence
; Tredenick) was selected as queen 1tr this year. the court house. : Pork Spare
t! M. L. King
Of Dr.,
The selection was fair. Yours made the .
1 selection. I did not knov the truly purpose of the They sat entered at empty the placesnear stores 'arLANfM-In upholding RIB S 3 Ihs. $1.11 LLOYD. PRICESINGS
1 conviction of Dr.Mart-
drawing when I pulled her name from the sack. white- and
t It couldn't have happened to a nicer person. served.Che patrons stated in Luther Xing Junior, Weinert or Pure PorkSIYUee
c Willie Quartennan and the madam were on hand were the Georgia Court of ", 'MR.' FERSONALITV1'
that they entered the ii
along with all of the crew from the Tropicanna, store on their own Appeals in reviewingthe 3 Ibs..Sl...
2I Enquire' and Kings Road. We were glad to see initiative. 1960 traffic charge .:
Gladys Williams of the Deluxe out. Gladys has against the integration 1.1. $1..M THE BLUES '
been, very ill. Bernard of the Deluxe was king leader,sent the Atlanta I.con; 5
n! the ball. Dr. Lamb POLICE minister's case backto
of brought his staff up from REPORTS Oscar
Club, Bali in Ocala. Speaking of pretty gowns+ DeKalb Judge -
Catherine and Margie of Kings Road and Mary of STREET ATTACK Mitchell .tbr resentencing. 51- Tuesday
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Enquire had on floor sweepers that hugged they In stating that the lac\s'l' ''II
figures. All in all everything' was real nice Andrew Lee Evans, 47,
A as Johnny Shaw says Incidently, Johnny sat in of 815 E. 4th Street sentence stiffer than imposed the vas lw+ March,14

with Son Jones and the boys and played a little was cut on the left arm PORK CHOPS
r, allows the court held
IK git-box the other night.The old pro showed the last Saturday, police that the, DUVAl COUNTY
probationary
how its done.Ed Charles reported.
youngsters passed IIfs$1.NEEF31itS1
feature Iras*also void
1di .' thru on his 'way to Spring training'ca.p.Ed did Evans said he was ARMORY
the ,,findings added that
not play ball in South Aserica this Winter. He walking down the street
V discovered gold in Louisville and hibernated and wen he reached there was no probationary \ ADMISSION -
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sentence for 1.50 Advance 11'
there He 'did say how the gold looked."asscie"] 3rd and Van Bttren Sts. $1.75 at Door
w* Judge Kitchen to have Tickets Sale
;:0:of:the 600 block is packing up his: Sunday duds two young men case up 10TH SIDES on
revoked Dr. SB
when King YOU Ebony Record
Shop 728 W. Ashley St.
and to cut his and
lead hinjone
the
i getting ready to advance crew to
arrested during ft Bivtir
was Ford'a Resta. Union and
Mitvi the big fight.He has his tickets al1L'.T7 both ran. -, Florida_
/o sit-in: deaonfration. Of YOUR MEAT I.. .
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