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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:
April 15, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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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:
April 15, 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:
UF00028362:00404

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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PEN3ACOLA The Eacambia County school board
The wounding of an Ebony Cabs driver by 'a
Wednesday adopted a resolution directing School Jacksonville patrolman the sentencing of .
Supt W. J. Woodham and school board
attorneys the cabbie to a Jail tern followed by the May*
to start_preparing plan for gradual
a desegregation -
crts back-tracking on the suspension a ,CabInsnectnr
of the, city-co mty schools At the same ..has_ aroused A. laNe. sec&ent. of the -
time, Dr Woodham asked "prayer!sympathetic ---- -. ----" --- -
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population.
support from all citizens of Escaabia County ; ova permitting
in dealing with the Integration problem" Jass. cabs to pick a ti
The school' board's iw, 32of 1831 P"lengersOn call, i
more came about after rd attorney Fisher '9th Street who be delivered in
what would happenifthe shot in the leg
the County
William body's Fisher Attorney told board refused to ,failing to atop bullet hole in. .the .
accede to the desegregation > v
the group that it had ? Cab Inspector of the Ebony ca b
no alternative but to .. plan The.. attorney Friday, night was a gunshot rear,
comply with a decree I repliedgyoullprobably tenced to 30 days indicate .that. .
handed down by tJ* S. I go to jail.* jail .on. a charge vehicle h a.d b.&{,

DietrictTsidge Harrold ." My t-Be : resisting arresty./ ;cm:,iro a bshir4. 2r.r.
CarswellVon' Har.l at7 Fisher also.eSly I ing to:B e.d.po1: h f r

Tallahassee. told the board that siren and de nEly gave rMI1..0D-t* r

In h i s order, Judge he hoped the public without a :license for the safety.
Carswell gave the of Eacambia Comityrealised According to the passengers/who
board 90-days: invhich the inevitability Cab Inspector L. beside wmigntr*..
to file a desegregation 'of school integration -* McMichael and bullet hole, 9
plan This then addingyihey man H.H. Wbodley the dashboard
became Florida1! first may dislike it, but chase after Will the cab reveals.
public school systemto they realize, it must ', when they saw Willisrswaaehoti
be affected by a be done."He then told pick up a his left. leg
school desegregat ion the board that it must in t he 2000 I' he sat in his THE OTHER SIDE--The exclusive pictures above tell the other side of
order. I. I adopt a plan of gradual Jefferson. the shooting of an Ebony Cabs driver by a trigger happy Jacksonville !'
The officers' policeman who endangered the lives .of innocent citizens to
TKO Dade desegregation. the shoot- capture 'a
a g'o,
County years beganvoltmtarydesegregation .Attorneys for the they stopped, t h e a group of Negro,I man for an alleged misdemeanor. Top photo shows William B. Langley,
of i.t. National Association once en Lei Turner called on'the Ebony Cabs owner pointing to bullet hole in back of car as driver,
pUblic schools for the Advancement and the to protest the Charlie Bryant looks on. Bottom picture shows another bullet hole
of Colored People but the cab which h as under dashboard of the cab in which driver Robert James wmflF. was
Face Jail Terms .
Before the school filed the suit in be- drove tffay, termed"disgrace- shot in the left thigh.

voted the helf of 12 Pensacpla Wbodley to the *"
board
on
resolutionboard member Negro children more The patrolman Burns, on Mon Rev. Gibson's Appearance Ten Policemen

*LD.HcArthur ask.Parir.'Nabbed than a year ago.Integration. he shot vailiaas ordered !the Cab
the latter .. ector..and the Pa- Kicks-Qff Membership D.rtv# Added By City
Investigation I suspended but
In Sat try the FLORIDA. Wednesday -lifted: With one of the nation top civil rights Although Police Chief
reveals that Cab Inspector Mc-, crusaders keynoting the program,the Jan Branch Luther AReynolds had
Dope Stick-Up At Miami Pools spector McMichael rig-rigRobert : aurpeosion,. NAACP chapter sets its machinery in motion Frig asked for certification -'
Patrolman WoocP- \ ;h&iXbuad that day night, April '21 at 8 p.m. in Bethel Institutional of two Negro and
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riding in.the Cab chaeT was: not-di- Baptist Church for its annual, Freedom 28 white patrolmen,
Two Jasons, ene who .the City Consdssion _
MIAMI* Meeting with spector's car and ,involved i n Rally and 1961 Meabership drive. f:
Vall well known throughout ,NAACP representatives a police car, and shooting+ Main speaker for the ......,-- Tuesday approved'' 'the ,
the cit WIre of two
hiring Negroes
apprehended
) Tuesday, Miami ts Commissioners cording t 0 delegation hat annual event will be
by police followingan "Bull H olelftt" -" protest with the Rev. Theodore R. Gib- 'and eight white
armed robbery
following policemen
hour long meeting, the supposed -to- was ccappsed of sonnoted civil rights
ani theft of morphine leader' who pastorsHiad.fs Appointed on t h.basis .
intimated that its officer who shot Bass, JH Good-
at a Jefferson Christ Episcopal of civil service,
municipal swimming was not wearing a Rev E. Hollovay
St. shop tests tttlbertWiggins
apothecary
pools may jpossibly be trolman's cap' J. B. Sloan Church and is were:
last Saturday noon integrated ,next Monday stopped him. .president of that and C ''lice
Held in jail who.
comty The "CaD In City's NAACP council. T. McClendon were
4t
under heavy bond are Taken According to DrHuo- assigned to the department
The meeting, ,held at who is paid by
Alpho&so Harper, 38, '. div
the Main Public Library City to check on ter Satteruhite who Negro
of 516 W. 17th St.a.nd'Horn. ision and c. ,
hinged around violations (and Minister heads this .year's Henry
1 Hontford, 28, Johnson William H.
an offer by the Commission seen as an drive, the goal for _- .. ,
I of 1335 W 2nd St. to switch all jobactually atta Rev. Archie Dural's membership is w sairf. Pringle bn EGbode,
Police report thatthe set for card Father Gibson needs Donald &GiaterJames
I 1 white Manor Park Pool ed to have W17 48of Goulds 5,000.
two men, armed to all-Negro, but the arreste4 "police two yoteg holders. no introduction t a W Durden, Walter K.
1 with gins, forced the refused robbed him For the past several Floridiant His constant ButlerLewis T.Sharp,
proposal was Cab,
shop operator and his tgr Rev. Theodore R* Ebony to operate i n he wa. walking weeks, coisdttees of harassment by and Charles F. Star;;
)! assistant into a backroom Gibson who warned the Comity'had his old car parked the local branch have opposition groups and beck to the white

k of the store and officials his group a patron 1a t he a lot at 218 1ST been completing orga- individuals has in no division
&ade the supervisor St. last Stnday nisational phases to way interrupted his t
1 it w>*4y to seek a where theNew Deal
ft0edtatum Miami
gfcre th.asight. omces direct project,workers untiring efforts in over -
contflsiptof courtorder Co. is *
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j 1 oaorphine. : if ,the pools rate. e .' minister said in contacting labor, I I the field of civil-. MAACl chapter membership
lists to
t Hiintford reportedly not integregated.As It VB* learned, :toofco 12200 in .teuhingb m..' and rights a
I struck the store helpp are president of, the ever, that the bill.* from his professional, industrial At the present time, State legislative investigating ,
er with his gtn.He is Xissd Chapter of the Cab had been *fcih I always ,' greek letter, he is swaiting a high ccsRittea
being charged with NAACPGibsoo told the pick a ? vhefe I .cow to social savings,eharct court appeal ot.six The Freedom Rally
aid. robbery and usault conditioners that an Dvnl Radical .. once a year. to civic groups and :individuals months jail sentence .will be an open meeting -
to a.rdsr. Har-t order to integrate the t. be tn port. j a new car* .' Neighborhood sad $1,200 .fine for and the general
Per is charged with pool, at 1300 w 50th Bvoehe Drive In ..rtetba.1B'tMr and house' to being 'judged guiltyof public.Ss' urged to at-

beicg anaeeoiplice to St.had beta issued in, County, which. is that one of Male c'a.paignr"xillrtad conteapt pf court :tendRev.J.B.F: Will.
aned robbery. Federal District rt keeping with this yoiag'mm held a TJ this year's charges when ,he re- 'isms* NAACP.. chap erpresi'dent
stated:.
..,- -.--. fedff at'Msthroat' drive S a 1 1 e r white ,. _

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OF NAACP IN MISSISSIPPI
ERIC O. SIMPSOff.............. .... .........i..M0naging: Editor MEETING IN H. Y. ON STRATEGYYtRKHeaded

ALYSON E. WIS ...,................:.?-,........-.......-.,....... ..News Editor 771T'

HILDA WOOTEN..........................................Crcu lati 0 n Manager 1 NEW by Dr. Aaron Henry.president
i cT of the Mississippi state NAACP organisation i a
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MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: : ; delegation of NAACP officials from the Deep

2323 Moncrief Road.....................:...,..'......Phont Elgin 4.6782 ( South state' conferred here April 7 with national -
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d officers on strategy, in the all-out campaigi
: : Mailing Address, : Q $ against Hilsilsi piB.

P. 6. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida 0, v ? / c Known as .""Operation --

J.' :.-- SUBSCRIPTION RATES- ;; : Q1Ly Mississippi the effort Tougaloo Christian

One Year, $5.00; Half Year, $3.00 ', 4; is described by College who sought to

Mailed To You Anywhere In The ,United States i b s Nf I PENCE Roy Wilkins, NAACP
Subscription'Payable In.Advance. Send Check or Money Order To: secrotaryas an "all- use a public library. :
FLORIDA STAR-P. p.Box JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA out effort will be
!,.'. and continuous" The
f drive to 'eliminatediscrimination carried forward in all t
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THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS'FOR: 1 1r f
i n areas of activityal- i
1. City and County Civil Service. Jobs 9 J
Mississippi. though the precise \
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'2. Negro Road Patrolmen : t. .
This more was prompted items and the exact f
/\1'; 3. Negro Firemen i by the use of timetable will emerge
Y/.r 4. More Negro Police Officers "- i i
snarling Germ police later. t
-5. More Squad'Cars for Negro Policemen ;
1 dogs on peaceful Negro Already the NAACP }
vote registration )
citizens outsidea :
a-- JacksonMHascourt- drive has been underway \

/ )//J D house in Mississippiand
a ,. March 29. They J
The Right To AdvocateHas d' ifUAtLJ 1 0 were awaiting results will be expanded Y'

s of the trial of the I and pressed in orderto

a taxpayer the right'to spend mon eY, in state's first sitin increase Negro

ethical and legal fashion in an, effort to defeat .- L / xu demon: tratorsnine registration. Mississippi -

or 'pxtoote legislation which would affect '., NAACP students from is the lowestin
his business and his livelihood and to regard I i THE HOPE, OF THE SMALL NATIONS Donation on Negro

the cost as a legitimate business expense, for It voters,.with leas than
income tax purposes? Orif he so undertakes to t percent of the el-

make his views known, must he do so at a heavy ::-"i : Your Weekly igibles permitted to ....

tax penalty? register.

1 These are not academic questions.The internal -M" Horoscope Guide Another sore point

Revenue Service and other government agencieshave .. t. \ with Negro Mississippians -

held that such expenditures are not tax :;' ": WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR ." is the double

deductible. This has happened in the case' of a ...... standard of justice
BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL
number of enterprises which have used advertis- ; in the state for white 1 1t ;

ing and other means of expression to: say whatthey' !
By PABLO The ASTROLOGER
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think about legislative propositions. The
and Negro citizens. ,
outstanding example here is the electric utility ,
Recently ClyleKennard
industry It hasopenly and aboyeboardop .ARIES and 30th. You should and other precious provide the more who at one time attempted -

posed the socialized power movementwhich is Born March 21 Thru April 19th now take an interest resources it you are : favorable moments when i".. to register

literally a life-and-death matter so far as it You should concentrate in the doings of napping or subject to J you may work them out at Mississippi Southern -

is concerned. If that is not a legitimate business on your gainful youngsters, and especially extravagant whims. i or obtain competent University, was

expense, which should be treated like all activitiesexclusive of the kind of Temptation, trickeryor j official or profes- sentenced to seven

other business expenses for income tax purposesone ly,and reject schemes all that offers company they keep the excessive demands ;i sional advice. Do not years at hard labor

wonders what it is. or (30th). of your desiresor delude yourself into for allegedly "agree

In any event, the Committee on 'Federal Taxa- promise far more than 4-80-33-17-32-483, loved ones, could .i s unrealistic viewpoints+ ing to buy" five sacte
tion of the American Institute of Certified they are capable of put quite a dent in and attitudes on the of stolen chicken feed

Public Accountants recently expressed themselves delivering. This is LEO your bocketbook and I 30th.8607773z5867. valued at 2500.

thus to the House Ways and Means ,Committee particularly important Burn July 24th Thru August 23rd peace' of mind ((26th i When Medgar Evers,

: "We believe ,the taxpayers not only have on the 25th and The outlook ,for good thru 29th). The 30this NAACP state secretary

the right but have an .obligation. to express 29th, when all sorts business aid financial also a day, when \ called Kennard's con- ;

their informed opinions and share their experiences of pressures may be gains is excellent on you should be o' 'n : CAPRICORN viction "mockery of
a ,
to bear to Born Dec. 22-Jan. 20
with legislators and the p ubl i c brought the 25th and 28th.You guard to protect your justice," he in turn

generally. When such activities bear a close get you to invest, or could run, up against valuables. was sentenced to jail (1
to underwrite ventures .Do not give cash
to the trade business your
relationship taxpayer's or stiff competition or 910661256916SCORPIO
and fined $100. The
or to other activities engaged in for that, seem highly tricky situations on nor your heart, with-
case is on appeal.A .
the production of income and the methods employed speculative. the '24th 26th and out first ascertaining
6-20-99-19-21-629 Born Oct 24th Thru.Nov. 22ndYott ; whether the recipientsare young white lawyer
are legal and moralthe expenses thereof 29th. If you make the : : in South Mississippi
should be deductible for income tax: pur wrong guesses, or get will have t o sincere and worthy 4
There was given a suspended
TABUS are deceptive
poses. involved in ventures demonstrate '
your sentence for raping
Apparently only Congress can bring about a Born April 20th Thra May 20th of dubious ,aims i or trust friendliness t forces teeming all around sitter for a 1

change in the existing IRS rue e.Let us hope There is a sort of a origins, the 30th is as ,the best means of i i. you, and they his Negro'children baby but Mack

that it acts, and with minimum delay There is climax in youraffairs the day when the con- defense against the I may be adopting the Charles Parkeraccused, ll

no room in a supposedly free country for '.censorship which could throw a sequences may be madeapparent. Bore insidious forces guise of friendship, of of white
a )
i affection or glittering rape
by taxation. shadow on career painfully that are goading
your you i promise to draw woman in 1959, was ___
Start and prestige. Love 1-20-99-13-64-129 into doing the exact
Proclaiming' into the net(24th lynched.
you ,
seems to be the opposite. The best
26th,29th and 30th). Negro parents whosigned ,
Private greatest factor in VIRGO days to negotiate ina 370441989374AQUARIUS petitions 'to "l"

EnterpriseWhatever your' favor, and you B m August 24th thru Sept. 23rd spirit of good faith school boards in .1955 J

impression the leaders of ,Western should be guided by This is the kind of should be the 25th and and 1956 asking desegregation ) -

nations carry away free! \ > meetings with,the it rhen-you are up against a week you will have 28th when you are being Born Jan. 21 Feb. 10 were tired ;1.::
heads of the CcsEunist enpi one problems to confidence favored by tine
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usually grave place your Even if it is con- from their jobs and \
stands out above all the rest. And that i s (25th thru 29th). Be ,only onwhat you planetary aspects.The sidered to many driven from town. 1 r;

,simply this: that, every Coamunist leader has particularly alert to know,or ,what your intuition -_ cards seems to be remain reserved negative No school desegregation {-

total uncompromising faith in the power, essential the possibleconse- may be will- stacked against you out of ,this or case has been I),

rightness, and ultimate triueph of the quences of rash actions ing to call to your on the 24th, 26th and could be sight the ,better filed in Mississippi t.

system which he represents. This belief and 29th-30th. attention.' The 25th 29th. Your own feelings I thus far and it is i:
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determination now threaten tree institutions 3-70-22-13-47-372: and 28th are the only suspicions or a part of Judgment during expected that this y
this last
In every corner of the earth. In our own 'country -r- two days when. this secret attachment are quarter. will be considered in ,
The exercise of
this, facet of' CoBBunism has 'been remarked GEMINI, say ,transpire to your potential! troublemakers restraint great the pressing o f
upon repeatedly by citizens ,in all walks of BarD May 21st Tkru Jisu ,Slit advantage. But on the (24th,29th and prudence "Operation 'Mis sis-

life who ,have come in contact with it.That this You seen to have the 24th, 26th, 29th and 30th). is particularly the 24th recommended sippi."

determination should be so disturbing is, in benefit of good reasoning 30th, your' own judgment 2-50-33-18-97-253 late 25th-on 26th 29th Conference April 7

fact, merely' a reflection of a far Bore menacing powers to evaluate as well. as the and 30th.You can, Bake at the NAACP national

danger, and that is uncertainty on our the trends. The SAGITTARIUS headquarters included .
words of other people sound arrangements to
part and a lack of faith and belief in the' 25th and 28th are the Born Nor 23 Dec. 21 besides President
strength and essential rightness of our own I best days to establisha any: be trying to -play safeguard rourse1tthe'taa1l7
Accept a s aignments Henry were Medgar
capitalistic institutions. refuge against all tricks on you. you can easily handle and. Joint, resources

Much of the teaching; in or schools and college threats and exigen 5-90-77-16-75-597 but .turn down those early on 2 hand I

leaves a student with a, feeling of doubt cies. Yon 'seem fully that could prove to 28th. 'Eversfield eecreta17I

as to' the rightness of private enterprise in a exposed to adverse LIBRA be too much for 9-30-11-13-34-931 for Mississippi; C.H.

free nation Our federal government is furthering winds and currents, non Sept. 24th thru Oct. 23rd The earlier hours you.of Darden of Meridian, i

-the socialistic philosophy in many ways by should you have fail Everything points to the 25th and the 28&"Atan'i Mississippi member of j

putting government' into business :in competition ed tc heed the signs, an. outflow of cash PICES the national Board of

with private citizens, thou adding to the confusion on the 24th,26th,29th Numbwcf" Bare Feb. 20 March 20 I I Directors|Jack Young, ,
of students. The effect is to glorify and 30th. Pqyt Ar. i attorney handling the

rather than 'to build in I Tougaloo student
" big govenmient pride j 7-50-68-14-71-758 Health and .Fortune Can Be Yours The best wayto prevent -
and support of individualistic opportmiijrthatbuilt any deteriorations cases| and from the

this nation. Why should our people tolerate CANCER When You Know your Lucky Dys Lucky in already tense national staff,Secret -
Bona Jiae 22ad TIm July 23rd .
policies that destroy r e p r tentative: Colors, Etc. ..:', situations is top1&ce' 7 WUkins, RobertL.
The 1Ip8 and downs' ., .Carter general
government and private enterprise? > and can-
yourself
youroverall
fence- that aake this month :, .,... .. Sead, ..$2.00 for your sel John AMorsell
Commenting on our straddling indifference ;jo,!' *" affairs, in ,
Robert R.. Gros of San Francisco said, Tc1t1ng aay be at Horoicope.-. Guide For'v the hands of a fruited ; i assistant to t h o'
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"The American business world...now faces 'itagrana their peaks this lastqaarter. r 4--: ; ._' 'April" .. partneror professional Secretary, Gloater B. I
Be of I '
t hour, both at horn and abroad. Klu h- lad and lightningqpick sharp ..: -::vFiitf'iB tim blank below ted nail* to counselor. The Current, director of

chtv 'says American' children will grow qp 'iaderCnsmmlM in action when '' -ZODIAC Pout Office Box 561 ','- l beet days to Bake de- branches and, RandolphWhite Jesse De-

and he isn't joking. -Jacksoavine ,1" Florida cisioe ,ia this comnectiom -
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7ft see prcsdsiag ... Vorepublic relation
"American free enterprise is in a 'critiCal''po.1t1oD would be the

today placed there by its _own reluctance ,carrot I N_ ; '-. -, 25th aad 28th when staff,Mrs.R Hvrley

to talk abort itself.*e dos tt do something yow ,plans satisfy "' fill understandings Southeast regionalsecretaryaad
about this situation of public .opinionnew yew desires- ( 25th- Street. be readilyreached. Herbert
cam sore
and. ,26th). The risks. .. ... Wright youth secretary j
the Amtriean '
incentive ;
system as ire kBov Date of Birth 0 ,
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I Ths 16th.
,' .. anniversary
!i I :::1 : By Louise Guinyard ,. 'I program of the UltraModern
Saying and

Kappa Alpha Psi"s Black aedWhito Ball was the Sewing Circle will beheld

i canal grand affair, according to report. Of Thursday night

course, we expect nothing leas of the group. I April 20 starting at

Unfortunately, ve vere not on the scene so ire 8 o'clock at the Rec-

cannot famish details reation Centers Third

* and Mt. Hersan Sts.,

There were '8'leral-fur stoles at the bridge Mrs. Bedie Singleton

party held Saturday evening at the R. W.GnQ1I"S93 f4 will give the welcome

W. .Eighth Street However, a slaplecottox. 'r': address and Mrs Ruth
stole stole the show. I_ r' ._ al. :. HUliass will serre

Mrs Gray, entertaining Lea Elites Bridge ,,. aM as mistress of ceremonies -
Club, had as visiting players Mrs Lawson E. rL :<- and will be

Thoaas of Miami, Florida,Mrs.A7.pha HHooreMrs ; 'introduced by Hrs.Enora .
Kjrrtice Thoaas and Mrs Catherine Jackson. HimbT.MrI.L11-

,Mrs Moore and Mrs Jackson were winners of lian Baldwin will offer -

guest prises, while Mrs Elisabeth Sl BonMrs the response
Marine Jackson, and Mrs Lois. Avery were the ; Following the invocation -

+ happy recipients of club prises. k-iI scriptual read-
Mrs Moore had just returned from a trip to ; ing, and singing of

Miami where she teas the guest of Judge and Mrs hymns; other program
Lawson E. Thomas She included in her account { principals will include -

of the trip visits to the Eden Roc Hotelwhere tMrs. Anada and

Johnny Mathis and to the __ daughter,little Arlett
was appearing, '-- ----">J tAW"o& -=-
k Fountainbleu., Also sandwiched FSTA Hines' Aerial Patty
between PLANNING CCHII'l'TEE-The planning cossdttea for the Mexican Fiesta Tea to be sponsored by
sessions' visit with Rev.and FloMrs. Annie Hogan,
was
a Mrs.TalmadgeSands the Jasea Weldon Johnson PTA met recently in the home of Mrs. Ida Jackson, general chair
Mrs Moore that the little Gray Celia
explained trip was man. ,The tea will be held from 4 to bp.m.; Sunday April 30, at the school.Henbers of the
; basically in the interest of her first love Sm1thM1MLeola Floyd
-- committee standing from left are: Mrs. Ann Robinson, Mrs. B. J. CantyMrs. Lillian Davis,
,r music Preparation were made for July Mrs.Leola S eager,Mrs.
a appearance -
Mrs Evelyn R. Freeman, Mrs Edity Taylor, Mrs. Lillian Alston, Bishop S. Gibson and Miss Ethel
of the New Stanton Glee Club In Nassau. Flo.Mis.Alvfloico
Evelyn Davis. Seated from left: Henry McMickens, Mrs.Gloria GaneyMrsIda .:ackeongenaralchairman
The group will present; a benefit concert for I McQueen.C.Parham.
Mrs Ethel D. Bannister and Solomon Jones, PTA president.
: the Nassau Young Women Christia Association. .. JohnsonMra
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t Mrs Lawson E. Thomas made the return trip to .i- L. H.Harris,president

) Jacksonville with Mrs Moore and spent several Stork Jpint Celebration Women's Groups. Wedding Bells and Hrs.A11ceHcIntoah

days here will complete the
j Confab pro-
Annual
* Thursday, Ape, 27)i APPLICATIONS FOR gram. Clubs and the

Rev. A. Leon Lowery of Tampa, and Rev EdwardL Deliveries Joint anniversary; ; The annual meeting MARRIAGE LICENSESWm. general public are
Graham of Miami were the guests of Mr and observance of theFrieMly' j I of the Florida Conference Mango, 1076 Safer Court, invited and the club

Hrs. Allen T. Moore on a recent visit to the Births t* Brewtter HotpUal Weataide Sick W.S.C.S. and 22 sand Carolyn G. Dorsey, 1103: attending with the
t I ; SV.S.G. will meet at Spearing St.., 19. attendancewill
city. Chorus and: the Blood Macon Brown, 1956 W. 20th St., largest
* Hr. and -Mrs Joseph Bank Trinity Methodist 64 and Margaret S. Seigler, 1956: be awarded a
will
be held
We are back on the subject of art This week Alexander 7017 Vir- Church, 81.9 8th St., W. 20th St., 47. prize.
we are happy to report that paintings ty ForestC. ginia Street, Boy Thursday night, April West Palm Beach,April :r Johnnie L. Santo, 618 W.
local Hr.and Mra.Fred King. 27 at St. Stephen AIm 20-22. Church St., 29 and Wilma J. Wedding'Guest
Murphy art teacher and James Denmark
1715 Barnett St., 607Mr ChurchDavia and Fifth It is planned for Green, 5618 Poiter Dr., 24.
a Florida ASH University art student, are on streets. Edw. H. Robinson, Jr.,. 1407
display in the 20th Annual Memorial Exhibit in and Kra Charles this to be the beet Franklin St., 27 and Vernell R. Mrs. Lula RCuthbert
Trevor Arnett Art Gallery Atlanta Georgia. Byrd,4851 Walcott; Ava,. Choruses ,and Usher meeting ever.Vies.tore Watkins, 1402 Evergreen Ave., 22. of Pullman: Avenue left
Girl. Boards throughout' andfriends Joe Lane, 131 Spruce St., 21 the city a few days
*
} Mr and Mrs. Walker the city and the are welcome. and Margie Bryant, 114 Oak St., ago to attend the
Miss Vivian Johnson hostess to recent
was
a
'I meeting of the Kaperettes Bridge Club, held at Ellis, 1832 Louisiana general public Invited.a Pro-re Citizen's Club 19.Elmer H. Purnell, Sr., 1031 W. wedding of her grand-
Street, Girl. cordially 27th St., 34 and Willierean H. daughter, Doris Lee
404 West Sixteenth Street.
Mr and Mrs. ThcmaafiaaellRt.lBwc gran arrangements 'are In AnniversaryThe Pryor, 1031 W. 27th St., 36. ; Cuthbert of New York
A282 being conducted under Frank Ford, 1724 W. 2nd St.,'
.( the of Brotherhood of 29. and Mattie Bennett, Jasper,:. City which vas held
supervision
Girl.
Fla., 26.Wesley. April 9.
guest prize winner. Citizen Clubs will
k Mr and Mra William Mra. Beatrice Gay, .'
D. Mitchell, 1451 West She will be the house
1 Mra. Leola Powell Mra. Annie Ruth BrownMra hold their nth anniversary -
Benefield, 965 WestAshley' president of the 22nd St., 23 and Barbara J. Jack- guest of her son and
t Celia Mitchell were winners of club prizes. Street Boy Choral Class and Mrs. observance son, 1451 W. 22nd St., 22.
Mrs. Shellie D. Williams, Mra Eleanor Davis Will ia Brown Sunday, April 23 beginning Alfred O. Russell, 1098 W. 19th daughter-in-, Hr.
Hr. and Mra FrankJohnaonGen.Deliery pres- St., 21 and Lena M.. Mack, Gen. and Mrs.Lero7 H.CuthI -
and Mrs. Marion Flowers were among others ident of the .Blood at :3 p.m. in
.. .. Del., Middleburg, Fla., 19. I bert.Mrs.Cuthbertv1l1
present. Middleburg, Girl Bank the Community Center, Eddie B. Hill, 1015 Walnut St., be
remembered the
* corner of Chase and 22 and Hazel M. Bell, 1005 Wal- as
Mr and Mrs. Dock [ former: Annabelle Fra-
KindergartenPlay 29th Street. nut St., 17.
$ Kelvinettes met Saturday evening at aninv /ta-. Moore, Rt. 1, Box 934 Final program arrangements .. Benny L. Thomas, 2354 Brook- zier of this cityBe
Rd., 20 and Betty J. Cummings -
Orange Park, Boy. April 24 .lyn fore returning to the
tion
from Mrs. Doris Bennett The
meeting was; are being 1117 W. 26th St., 19.
( held in the Hr. and Mra Lonnie city Mra Cuthbert will
constructed The Home Mission
newly rumpus room in supervised by George
a Allen J. Sistrunk, 1553 Spear-
(I the home of Hr. and Mra.L. Carlyle Davis 1192 Roberta, 467 .E. 23rd KlndergartenMra.B.H.Jackson Henry, president, and ing St., 22 and Yvonne Blake,. visit her sonS and
West Eighth Street. Street, Boy. a 'uperviaor, Mrs.Leila Poolesecre- 1327 W. State St., 18. daughter-- law of
( Mrs. Zelma Johnson, Mrs. Lillian Davis Mra' Mr. and Mrs. Robert will present a drama tary The public is Robt Hall, 2003 Durkee Dr., 50" PittaburgDr.and Mrs
and fcuth Hill, 931 Davis St, 58.
1' Mary: Lucille Harper and Mra Annie B.Frazier Taylor,2415 W.lst St., entitled,""From Cradleto cordially: invited. W.H. Cuthbert, and

,were guest players. Mra Frasier won the guest Girl. Colleges in Edward Charles H. Cuthbert.
prize Hr. and Mra. Willie Haters College Seminary Visiting N. Y.Hies .
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Mrs Peal Mackey, Mrs.Barbara HarperMra.SaraLovett Wilson 1339. McCohnie Building aud- ,
and Mra. Essie McCray were winners of Street, Boy. itoriun Monday night, Alethia Frazier P 9K
club prize Hr.and Mra. James April 24 starting at is in New York City

Mrs. Qena L. George Hrs.. Pauline Davis, Mrs. Brown, 120 Magnolia, 8 0'clockit was announced where she will attend

Daisy: Gilliard, and Mra.Dorothy Oliver were among Girl. this week. the wedding of her

other members present. Hr. and Mra. B en All roles will be, nieceDoris Lee Cuth- )

* Butler, 4675 Moncrief featured by pupils of bert.

iThe: spacious Alaro Road home of Hr. and Mrs. Village, Girl. the school. While there she win

Edwin H. Lawson was the setting for a recent Hr. and Mra Arthur Mrs.Jackson is invit be the house guest of

", Joint ahower-one for Mrs.Iydia Dwight Wooden, Deboae, 1531 Lee St., ing.all former students her sister and broth- ss
recent bride, and the other for the infant son Girl. to attended the er-in-law,Mr.and Mra eowdla

of Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Sessions. Mrs. Wooden ?tr. and Mra John school s' nce' '1952 and Leroy H. CuthbertSr tz_rowDIRS is THEY E a ooc ,f

and Mrs. Session are both members of the Ghana- Johnson, 2936 Breve requests that they. be and win also visit q POWDERS
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ing, Ones Bridge Club. Drive, Boy. accompanied by.their her brother and his
Guests at the event included Mra.Keiko Bacon, Mr and Mrs. Ulysses parents. :these former wife, Hr.jand: Mrs.

formerly of Tokyo; Japan who now resides in Copeland. 106 S. 10th students will also be Richard C/Frazier- ,of

Anchorage, Alaska} Mra. ,Thelma Johnson M re.Hattie Street, Girl. featured*'on the pro- St. Alcana, N. Y'uu. ---

Campbell} and Mra Frankie Handy. Hr. and Mra. JavesGreenl&7 gram.

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Tour coluonist was hardly sepaking at a 11 Girl. t.;::,: :

during the earlier part of the weekbecause Mr and Mra Matthew '',' : ,*.I: ",.'._, 1f ." .'"

illness. However, 'we are on the mend again and Ray, 1772 Hiram St., :,:,:;;:i ;' : 4?'; Myrffc Avc. and Adams Phone EL 4T46SBonelnt

hope to greet all of our readers next week. Boy.
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Til 'THEN. Hr. Mra C.ThcIIuRt. I Dept.
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STANDARD OYSTERS*"" w l.js I10 t
lHox.393H $f Ity Pt.
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'You Don't Have. to Go to Town to. Get So.Jax., Girl. afr SNAPPER FILLETS fifST: u. Ke
Mr and Mra Joel
f CLAW CRAB MEAT. .. .. .Lb. $1.00
Collier 1324 Prince
PRICESOn y WHITE DELUXE CRAI MEAT .. .. .Ik. $1.15
iLOW Street, Boy COCKTAIL LUMP .. .. .. .. .Lb. $1.75
Mr and Mra
: Henr7Hannah,1074 CLAW FINGERS .. .. .. .. .tit Can $1.30

Your Troyan St JUMBO SHRIMP .. ... .. .. .. .. ..... 98e

DRUG STORE NEEDS Boy!r. and_ Mra Thoaaa T-y-----1 SPECKLED TROUT uffSS& 4le

J % Hoganal626 W7th St., FULLY DRESSED CATFISH J.49cMEDIUM M
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Trade With Your Neighborhood Dreg Stort Boy J \;

Mr and Mra John MULLET ................LI. 25c
t W. Will Meet Any Prices Arfvartteil Merriweather,1513 Vto- Her mother or her sister? OCEANVIEW SPOTS ...........u. 35c

;! In Your Local P.p.nMOOD'S ben Street, Boy BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL,NATURAL-LOOKING HAIR COLOR SPANISH MACKERELLI I .......u. 35c
t I Mr. and Mra. Charlie LACK SEA BASS ". S:;", ,,*, u. 35cWHITIN

f DIXIE "PHARMACY"" Lester, 5703 Dakota Whether,you want the excitement of a different f "SHRIMPBOAT ...... 29e
Drive, Boy hairmhade:: ,or want to give new life to dull or I CmfM to *. fMtfc *f Tfttttrtfft ftlc. /
MYKTL1 AYIMVI gray hair*...insist on the long-lasting haircolor IIICCICU LUCrldn .Mrt. Mist : -.. 32Cl ac
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1*, Church Npfci* Set Africa Appeal April 30

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BY.L* OUfSTRA'CVEWm

BOSTON-Bishop M.Laf yette Harris of Atlanta,
Services were enjoy
}. meeting here with the Council of Bishops of
f
ed by aany throughoutthe The Methodist Churchia completing plans with
and evening %
i* aorning his 43 colleagues for a Bishops Appeal forAfrica

vorship.Baginnlngat T'L Sunday April 30.
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Stssday !
9:30 a. m ---
"Guy; a miniaruB prZ,500.000
School will be calledto $ will be- pens there must .affect
wl
order by Superintendent 1 argely the
: gin to meet the challenge -
W.D. +ieet and world."

.his staff I t ,"Bishop Harris Sounds of African
stated in
an emergency -
1a S/Weut-a Presiding Elder pastoral letter drun spelling' out

o Richardson will deliver "trouble". will b e
to each of the 599
I the messages churches in hia.epil- heard in Methodist

throughout Sunday churches when a recording -
copal area.
worship. Senior choir Under isqai'ris'administration ordered by

ffl will serve. The are the bishops is played -

Violet Missionary Society in services the
the Florida, Georgia
will sponsor a .Y' Sunday before the Appeal. -
and South Carolina
*. A tip Of t9 Prod C9 !. Paradise Tea in the .The message will
'Ua... outitiTiittnfI ,.! ti'da GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONIES--Ceremonies launching the new $50,000 headquarters Conferences .
J I Asuriouu, wb auk basement of the church be voiced by Walter
The
in Tallahassee for the Florida State Teacher's Association fund will be

*; e0Tmtry a lariat ohsei and lit cor rifeh ooaustissd a..,..r from 4 to 6 p.nuEvery were launched recently. The initial phase of construction began Feb. used for relief of Cronkite of CBS and
invited to attend Newell S. Booth ofKLiaabethrille
-
.one is 15. The first spade of dirt, vu dug by association president John Hq hunger, for medical
the
o*, this lively pro- kins, principal of 16th Street Elementary SchoolSt Petersburg.Other services to till the ,

gram. officers present were Cato Roach Jr., Hrs. Ozora Shell, S.M.Moseley gap caused Belgian Congo.

At 5:30 p.m.PresidastTcnmsend meets with J_* L, Gant, J.J. Gardener, S.A. Hunter, James -HillJams Ford,0tis physicians who hare -

Bellamy, Henry H. Wright, Cecil W. BostonAlva BentonMarion Haailton, left the Congo and Sunday Union Set

the A.C.E. League. Mrs Mogul Dupree, Miss Eugenia M* Rackard and Dr. G* L. Porter. for education. .

ili. During theweek there "The Congo finds By Apostolic Ch.

will be regular class Union Community I itself in possessionof
Deaths
meeting,chair rehearsals Woman's Day new freedom with The Presiding Elders
andbusiness meetings. AM E Church
At Mt. Pleasant almost no trained Quarterly conference
.All. boards,clubs, And "
leadership Bishop
,
Activities for the Apostolic
auxiliaries and organizations The ;rumen of Mount Harris wrote his i
Church of God n
are expectedto Pleasant AME Church, churches. "What
FRIENDLY CHURCH hap-
Christ, 2032 Benedict
FUneralsMORELANDMaster
Eugenia 12th grade make full reports WITH A Marion Statio ,Jasper Road, will be held
atudent s The mea hare begun will ,observe their an-
arfUiatJ FRIENDLY MINISTER"The Eric April 26 throq April
reporting for their ben's-
ed with the National naul .Dq services of 1595 W. 22nd st. 30 in connection with
Honor Society, serves* annual celebration on Church conference SundayApri116. Willie of
POZO- 539W. the Fifth Sunday Unionit
as copy editor of the!'* April 29th.St.Paul is ,Class,and Prayer Officers of the day State street. : % was announced this

yearbook staff, vice reaching forward in Meeting was held a- areMrs.Ruby Jackson, DAVIS !pus of 1322 ., g week.

president of the Debating -\, extending its hand of midst an atmosphere general chairaanjMrs. Cleveland street. Members will make

Team, business fellowship and welcomes of spiritual fellowship Alma T. Claridy, co- FORD--Mrs., Clara Joyce their reports duringthe

manager of the senion* your visits. Tuesday nightat chairman and Mrs. of 1215 Cleveland St. morning service

class and is an honor* the church. The Cornelia Wallacepas- GOIDEN-Mrs. Ella of to Sister Mamie Gib-

student- Mrif First Baptist event was attendedand tor. 1509 W. 23rd Street. bonsHiasiona17Secre-

.*r. t7ktttft AnnouncesActivities most inspiring. The female chorus of JENNIN( Brenda of tary. On April 26the

SUNDAY SERVICES Bethany Baptist Churchof 5357 Cord Avenue. Evangelistic Hour begins

,'ItIt Sunday School beginsat Jacksonville will CHHDS-George F. of t f3 at 7:30 p.m.with

9:30 a.m.with the furnish music. The 318 East Ashley st. p1 y Evangelists D o rothyCooperRuby

:i! Rev. CBDaileypas- superintendent a nd day will be filled JAMES David of 1306 4 d fr Williams,
toria requesting that
instructors In charge with activities Grunthal street. and Watkins otticiating. -

all choirs, usher During the 11 a. m.morning A bus will be at CARSSWELLLindsey of .Visiting mission-

boards, congregation worship,Rev. the home of Rev. and 2209 Moncrief Rd. ,; ,, r I aries will also par-

members, and various I H.H. Hooks, pastor, Mrs.Richard Wallace, ROBERTS-Idndy of 212N. ticipate during the
of First
departments will select for his 1969 W. 16th Streetat Orange Street. program.
Baptist Church 1025 sermon"TheWonderfulChrist
,
8 a.m. The bus SPlKES-Hrs.Buesee C. The choirs will sponsor -
i Jessie St. : "
i accompany Usher Board will leave f ran Kings of 1253 W. 5th St. .._r the program elated
j his to installation
; --- i I services for Rev.Dan 1 will the serve day. throughout and Powhattan Streetat LAW -Viola of 2018 W. I for Thursdq,April 27

8:30 a.m. 13th Street. at 7:30 p.m.with Elder
iel P. Johnson Sunday Mrs. Leila Lemons
The Rev. Richard of
MACKEX NEWKIRKBenjaxnin R. Gibbons deliveringthe
BERNARD
at :3 p.m. in St. Matthew will entertain Choir Mrs. C. B. N. Daniels
Isaiah Blocker Wallace, pastor, is 1137 E. 23rd Street. sermon Friday
,
Baptist Church, 1 at her home Sunday ..Grand worthy Matron
inviting his GLOVER Mrs. Mamie B. ervices
many -- i April 28's s
28th Street and Mon- afternoon with the Mrs.C. B. Nelson Dan-
National Honor Soil friends to worshipat of 1122 Clay Street. beginning at 7:30 pm
crief Road.Friends scheduled to iels Grand
ciety (Jr.division), progr as Ht. Pleasant Sunday WALKER- Mrs Mary of Worthy II will be co-sponsored
and the gen- start at 3 o'clock.At Matron of Bethlehem
.
Band of which he is 1642 Davis Street.DELANDGeerga ministers and
*' captainand softball eral public are also 5:30 p.m.the ACE of Rt. Grand Chapter OES,will deacons. Elder Neal
extended invitation holds its be here when
League Tuesday
few Founder's 6 Box 4880 Mandarin. will
team Just Owens deliver
are a Day ,
to attend the eves.Order regular meeting at the 68th annual s e s-
of the clubs that LAURIE--Mrs. Doll of the sermon
of Services the church. pion of the Order of
April 15-16 At
Bernard is a member 3349 Ardesia Road.PATTER50NMre.Sophie. Bishop Cooper will
Sunday: school beginsat The public is invited Eastern Star meets in
o .He is also an active feature the noon day
9:20 a. m. with to attend and Tuskeegee three day Joint con-
_
St.KYLFSMrs.M.aiq .
Johnson
member of Saint of 1422 service Sunday, April
superintendent G. W. Union Community vention with the NWUG
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enjoy TUBKBGEl
Ala-Tt8kegee
M. of
Pius Catholic Church. 30. Dinner will be
Scott and teachers in 's fellowship.Scheduled.. 80, LodgeF.&B. M. Prince
Institutes founded 1626 26th Street.WHEELER .
.._- + Rev. E. Hall served at 2:30 p. m.
charge. Daileywill Masons in Masonic
BookerT.Washingtonwill
deliver the sermon :years ago by -Mrs. Lula of At :3:30 o'clock, the
observe 1994 W. 20th Street. Temple. will feature
the 11 assembly
during a.m. Re ,
Founder's Day of -
HATWARD--Mrs.Mable -- platform s p e eches.
morning worship.Choir April 15- 16, it was Booker Street.
r 4816 Elder GibbonsSr.
F -" :3 the Brotherhood One of every 6 persons in West Ramsey-:
,
Meeting announced by Dr. L.H. Berlin is over 65, due largely to will complete his
Chorus,and Usher Board Foster, the school's 1 I the many East German refugeestoo district report starting -

1 will serve throughout The'Pan-American Forum fourth president. APPLIED CHRISTIANITY old to be moved to jobs in at o'clock
4:30
the day SPIRITUAL CHURCHES, Inc. West Germany. As part of its
x which was planned Simultaneously: theTuekegee the assembly will
Present Food Crusade, CARE needs fundsto and
L. BTU meets at 5:45
MAMIE DIX
FBI for Sunday April 16, Board of deliver 100,000 packages, at $1 then adjourn.
Northwestern High with W. F. Tillman, 1$ 'American Legion trustees will meet "THE MAN OF GOD".SUPREME each, in the free city. The gifts

president, in charge. Hose has been rescheduled and discuasamong' mean monthly help for 25,000
Mamie of the 12- 4 Evening worship startsat BISHOP W.$IMES f, elderly refugees and other needy.
herd for Friday other key _jitems-a ,
is
class enjoying
thru
April 16th 30 --
7 with the
p.m. night April 21 at 8 mammoth 30 year: ex-
last year of high" at 8:00 P.M.
the to
of day
message
p.m. There will also pansion program. Fourth &
school She is president EvergreenThe
of the science* be delivered by the be election of officers President Foster, world's greatest Prophet Is

clubsecretary of they pastor. for the Auxiliary.All called the Founder'sDay able to help YOL"UJ bring

Mondayat 8 p.m.the members are urged < occasima reminder happiness success prosperityyour .
Honor Society, pres- Kale Chorus meets for that Tuskegee is way. Problems solved
to attend this meeting -
ident of 12-4 homeroom*
thni the
power of God. Spiritual -
weekly rehearsal. The Friends invited dedicated to serve WITH SPARKLING
are -
and, a member of the* advice daily 10 to 12 A.m.
regular Tuesday night with "no foreseeable .
chorusHobbiesL to hear Mrs. and ft to 7 p.ni. GOLD AND SILVERTHRIFT41
speech Prayer Service startsat Alice Stonea teacher limit in higher ,education. i 960 Broad St.
and
are reading sew-. 7 o'clock.The pastor In the DarnellCook .w Y
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ft: will supervise the School -----------------------1' :
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man speak r--------
Wednesday night Bible our Pan- A m e rican

study which begins at neighbor, Chile. i BRING THIS COUPON TOT i.i i. LOW COST r

'. Listen to PepsiMusicQuest 7 P.n Mrs Ledrie,the pres- ENAMELED SURFACE RUGS 31 t.

Friday ident of the Auxiliary i CUSTOM i
A FLORIDA STAR S
Nibs 10:30 to 11:00 is asking all members .
IN EVERY 'whO are able, to attend Why they're most popular ,

1* For Phone RequestsEL the Eleventh District -, MUFFLER SHOP L for every room in the hoe$e:

6-Od61-2 COLORED HOME Constitutional new golden metallic print _
Conferencewhich convenes paint mates floors flitter .

is IN MEMORIAM in StAugustine, I Phone 'e:. 3-6959 1963 KINGS RD. and perfect glow sizts-6'x 9'. ': r

In loving seaory of, : Florida April 22-23 and RECEIVE $1.00 Discount 7'x V,Vx lr \!:;_
MRS TOMENIA WOCTEN< :in the high school! hard enamel surface is M easy to dean

.' The' meeting begins at wide variety of stylish floral and geometric designs
RANDOLPH who departed ON iiSTAIUTfON tf) AXY MUmR ;
1 that wond.ifullow price! ,
this life April 17, p.m. Saturday
ON AMY MAKE CAR "
1958. I ..r jI IIW III *3-35-6x>> 9 9 _. 3.9572' x 9

Always a silenth.artachsAnd t MOVING DAY ; ,VIlftfAbIDLE 0yTTB MASS PACKS 7
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lilTS 1 IN 5 ;
7 ASUNTMimURS t'4.95-9
.. x 12
many Twenty cent of the familici
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per
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a silent tear .in America move each year.Sonu: / .An:wHflt .HfI..... In.. WrWtfiJHB

But always beautiful smaller merely house change in to the a same larger town 01 i IQUmMNT & ACCUKMUiSFrftrtocfc

r.a arba.r.w meaories,0f one we others move across the cntin \
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love so dear. country. Those who own melamine .. : }tai -1S.MIR. S.vto J.. I '
CdMPANY
dinnerware have found ifc -
!! I Miff1Irs $5.00 FURNITURE
Rodney Laoesoi Bsd.tt unbreakable qualities invaluabh I. Up' II

Randolph, ffasbandf The when it comes time to move. II Jit imfkyf.li l. > l & IROADEL
can be packed easily, and upor I ,0,. AJA. TW 7 P FORSYTH 67666J.

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iv. '-t THE FLORIDA'STAR L'. .Saturday, April 15, 1961


Scoofing's; Annual Exposition ,I r John E. Ford School Presents-


I, in Gator Bowl April 22ndThe .s n Rixtr Colorful Operetta, April 19


1 big expeaition slated for the Gator Bowl Flowers and wood creatures dancd" and sing

t wit is sponsored by the North Florida throughout' the operetta "Why the Garden

Boy Scouts of &ser1ca. Quarreled," which will be presented by the

The 1961 expositionis "the Scouting program pupils of John E. Ford IIamenta ySchoolApri1

expected to be the will have an 0pp01'tUDitJ'to 19, at 8 pm in the ,school oaf etoriua*
greatest den&nstra- T A brief synopsis of
see "Scouts Maultsby, Miss J. A.
tion of S c outingskills the ,Operetta follows
in ActionwAll Brooks,MrsM Pearce
handicrafts Cub Masters, Den T The garden is asleep Mrs.M.A.Din..,Mrs.H.L
and other displays ii and with the comingof
Mothers and parents Mitchelland Mrs.DW
to the dawn awakens full
ever presented ,
of Cub Scouts are Jones.J.D.Wh.lteT.W.Everett.
r: .i
public in Jack so n- called to meet Monday of joy at the pros
ville. pect of the arrival
Cherokee District April 17,at the Duval J of the Queen,who will and R* L. Smith.STAGE
Vocational School at
SPEAKING PARIS AND
will be representedby crown the fairest
7l30 p.nufor the STAGING 1.
purpose Mrs. M.
flower in the
garden.
Troop 43cooking; ;
of organising a Robert Mrs H. T.
Troop 44 cooking They are unkind to
;
Crabbers dub with Gillis
Troop 173 cooking y Clover and Jack-in- Mrs.C.B.King,
} plans for Den Mothers Mrs KHMcClainMrs
Troop 74photograpty, workshop to be discussed the-Pulpit, who have J.C. Tossie, and Mrs
Scout is reverent from the woodsto
a come
District Commissioner P. C. Barnett.MUSICMrs.D.D.Childs.
Troop 53* cycling} G.A. Kackey plead for help in
Troop 426First Aid for the wildflowers ,
; caring
.
will be in charge. Mrs BWRobertsMrs
Troop 142carpentry- .
C.C. Jones Mrs BE
?
j art; Troop 58; Troop ORDER OF ARROW When the Queen arrives ,
Hrs.D.W.Dixon
193caspingjPack 76, A meeting of the Order over the protest Mrs Jenkins ,

cooking.Pack 74ycook- of the Arrow will GUEST ARTISTS--One of the outstanding features during Oakland 'Elementary of the garden, H.F Baker E.L.Good&anMrs.Mrs CR

ing. meet Tuesday night School annual, Homeroom Mother'e 'Coronation Entertainment pro- she not only grants Nicks and,Hrs. S.A.
Cherokee District April 18 at 7:30 pm gram was the terpischorean performance, of the Cerve which was grace- Jack a hearing, but Britt.,

1 Scout Executive at St. Phillips-Final Episcopal fully presented by a trio of Matthew W. Gilbert High School students, crowns Clover as STAGE SETTING, Mrs.L. .

Robert A. Sewell has Church. Halphine Foot, (left), Judy Baker,, and Mary Alice Simmons. fairest among them; W. James, MrsCJ
announced that tickets plans will be made. A the flowers, dulychastened
hare been placed The Board of Review for their WalkerMrs. V.Satter-

with the units and will, be held, Wednesday Scholarship Exams Joxon HonoredAt BC AnnouncesAll rudeness, welcome whiteMrs Hunphries,

he is urging everyone night April- 19 at For DCT StudentsAt Clover and Jack to and Mrs.G.B. Barton.
States
Tvskegee Day ADVERTLSINHra.A.L.Gsmblechairwanf: .
Churchat
to see mashers Bethel Baptist ; live with them.

of the various units 7:30, pm B. Kirk- NorthwesternBy Daytona tfeach Dr. The Raindrops,Bees, Mrs.
for purchase of tickets land will be in Richard VMborepres- Butterflies,Rabbits, G.B. BartonMrs. V.C.

A good sale of charge idenf Bethune-Cook- Gardeners,and Frog- Satterwhite,. and Mrs

tickets will put I i imons7 .trfl t :MILTON GEE ;..45 man College announces gies also add to the C.J. Walker.
in treasury _I t F"I F .hat the annual All- festivities OPERETTA COMMITTEE,
t k Recently a series of
:.
of each unit Ten i 1 'f' .1 examinations were i States Day and Open Characters a re: Mrs LMRobertsMrs

percent of the ticket given to the Juniorsand tNt. House is scheduled for Flower Queen,Charlie P.C. BarnettMrs.C.B.

price is refunded to '. seniors of Northwestern the College Gymnasiua Mae Coppett Clover, King, and Mrs. J.'.. T.

the unit if the unit The first of on Sunday,April 16,at Vernice Sees;Jack-in Gillis.PREMIER'S.

checks in tickets ... / these examinations was 3:00 p.m. Be t hune- thePulpit, William -

.{ within a week after ,.,' the "State Wide 12th Cookman College has Calahan Prince
the exposition*After Grade Examination" ins been observing/ this Butterfly, Alfred

""f that date-, five percent which all seniors took day for the past 26 Waters| Sir Bumble,

'S will be refunded part. This exam was years.The states with Kimble McNair;Spirit Meat MarketFOOT

In addition, all given to familiarize r $ the largest number of of Dawn, Estella Hc-

} profits made on the F the seniors with col- '."F'9: "..".' tj residents in attend- Intel;Miaa RoaeGailSherlieldMies'Lily OF WEST
.'..' the. state with
exposition will be lege entrance examinations ance, BEAVER ST. VIADUCT
used to expand the : the largest amount Patricia Henderson;

campiing The second was the i per capita giving,and Miss Pansy, Cynthia
I The noptegfaomr the "National Merit Schol- the state making the Weaver;and Miss Sweet PORK CHOPS

1961 Deposition is arship&tion"; largest contribution Pea.
"Scouts in Action. CITED-During an assembly Only 24 Juniors and JAMES 0. IVORY will each receive atrophy Miss Iris, Marion 10 for $1.00

Mothers, t a there, ceremony held seniors participated ..Honor Student in recognition Wilson;Head Sentinel ,
N
brothers and 'sisters recently, Let t isher of their contributions
in this exam.Inc1txled Gary DawsSecond Sentinel Ereh
Collins (left) o f .aSTUSKEGEE I960 observance
friends the
and all of in this number were12th Ala.-Cadet In James Harris

Northwester Hears Northwestern School selectedas High grade' DCT stu- Lt.Col.James> Ivory, 'New York State Third Sentinel,Dallas Sausage 3 Ibs. S1. I
was received the trophyfor
I' dents, Henry; Powelland comander of Tuskegee Cook* and, Spirit of'
State' DCT HeadRex one of the school's Milton Gee. The Institute Air Force highest 'amount Dawn, Allice Norris. *
RIBS
studentson SPARE
best dressed contributedCanada
third exam was the ROTC Cadet Corpswill The following committees -
c.Toot hun,State campus Other honoree I received the trophyfor
"Application for State enroll in postgraduate are working
Supervisor, of the t ss DCT president Scholarship Loan for training,in meteorology the largest maber toward perfecting the 3 ibs. n.eo
_.
Carter Weslq who was: Oklahoma
DiatributiT8.Coopera- present, and
Nursing E d u cation"given at Pennsylvania operetta production
tive and Business unable to be present on March 14 State University received the trophy Mrs.A.B.Nathan,chair-
Education Departmentscongratulated Award was made by; with only seniors after receivinghis for the highest per QanMrs M.W.Si&pson, Bacon 3 Ibs. $1.00

the DCT Young Rents Council participating. T h is conmission at capita giving. Hra.A.L.HackMrI.A.L. .

honor roll studentsof chaplain Hilton Gee. teat was administeredto graduation here next Peterson, Mrs A. E.ShippMrs.O.M.Newton. Fresh
NorthvestezTuTooth- This was another pro- all senior students month +
f fj HAMS Ib.
of the school'sDCTers 45c
man stated in a letter ject of local high schoolsat Announcement t 'h at Mrs AP.ClaytonMiss .

to J.S. Genwrightco and was council sponsored New Stanton Highat Cadet Ivory had fulfilled T.F.Hatthewe,Mr..I*C.
the
ordinator of North- by 8:30 am North- undergraduate Morrison, Mrs M* H. BEEF3Ibt'l.N

western. DCT."I note western DOT' rs par- academic requirementsto Flowers, Mrs D. H.FraalerMrs.H.S.Browm. '
with pleasure in one Jimmie Lou Butler ticipating were 12th become a weather i

of the articles' in graders Amanda Neal specialist was made f and MrsAMMcIntosh
your school paper that elected 'Miss DCT'In and Florine Catoe. this week by -Lieutenant M I COSTUMES Mrs M.E HENS 3Sc IL
ten of your DCT students Col. Hubert L.
a recent contest I
on the I of A
appear Jones Professor

honor achievement roll list.speaks This sponsored ers of Northwestern by the DCT, -'SIIID .,N.-SAT.: : Air Science, tat.. Tusk I JACKSONVILLE SUNDAY 1

\\ ''i I ": l\W\ \ egee.
Hiss JiadeLcu Butlera .I\\ \\ i
well for the qualityof ; i'\\ In recommending Cadet
,
and I member of the 12th \\. }4 i COLISEUM APR. 76
your program :
for
i Ivory postgraduate -
would like to commend grade section of :the ,',. .. I11\\ trainingColonel One Show Only 3 p.m.. I ITheBIGGESTSHOWoFSTARSF

you end these students PCT class was elected i1"N \ Jones described him ,.\ "Hiss DCT" for the, '
for the excellence of
as a feature, highly- +-
school 1960-61. \ "
their work." pear, \; t L
Miss Butler stated motivated young man, ,_.
Copies of this letter GableMiroelCliftPLUS who has the intelligence .sH9, III
that she was elated
were sent to EverettI..GrootsrDutl
County over the honor which i1 the 1m HustiikxEIIYIath and perserver- FORMER DCTER -Kembers !dihon, :::1
for '*
prerequisite tamI
I nerna Ritter ance
'
she received
of DCE DCT
Supervisor : III U the successful completion of Northwesternfs -
); DCT, CBE and Business of meteorology classes were pleased

Education departments :WA TED'Mcn and women who. Action Western training I feel to learn that one. of i,',
in schoolsand honestly desire to face their ajicoholic members
public "GUN FIGfl" their former ,
this
that man
Free mcetingVfMondays young
to J. H. Argrett Sr.. problems.and Fridays 7:30 P.M. ( THE MISFITS FOR has considerable potential Airman 3/C1 Jttlius

.-Clara.- White Bldg....,'Room. 305.. ADULTS ONLY. ) and would bea Barney is now serving I
r SIINeioEs definite .asset to with the Air Force at

a'aIGxrrs. the Air Force" Dyese Air Force Base
CHAIN LINK A chemistry major, Texas. He is workingas

Cadet Ivory, of Jacksonville an aircraft accessories -

4 Florida is repairman and I
FENCE SALE
active in extracurricular also attends Cisco
a activities.In Jttior Collsgs.Haae7begun

Unheard-of; Wholesale Prices for Galvanized ADD, addition to his ndlitary his foreign
i *THE LIST.KIW( ONEARTH" duties, he is toe of duty; in Jme
After Woven Chain Link Fence II Also basiless (president ) and will be eligiblefor

I-RANDOLPH SCOTT IN ,of Lambda Epsilon promotion.
.QUALITY THE BEST 1tCF 3TAFICIi"SUN.TUE Chapter of Qsga Psi

WRITTEN GUARANTEE Fraternity a member .KwMH I., Rill
ALL POSTS SET IN CONCRETE of Tvkegee In- 1560 Windle Street

EXPERT INSTALLATION I stitnC.fa DiscijiliyByDd I Per Single Person.
..NOTHING DOWN Ij j veloj' iRt Committees PheneEL6SZl6JJ'UBNIIbI
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ORtIM""".. PLUS 2nd BIG sstODT Cadet Ivory is the Nicely furnished and Seats Reserved ADM. $2.00$2.50 -$300
RA 5-2255 STRODE IN E deasuCall EL 55291or
MA. of Hr8.Hu7\ On SaletColisem Box OfficejRecord Bar 40 V.
CO. .. "SERGE.Urr.ROTI.mm" Ivory,4202 CondeSt., C0me to 1405 St. Dixie
,ATLAS FENCE WI ssso c .vxm.xs Forsyth ; Music Shop; Ebony Record
; Jacksonville Cleveland Street
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.THE"FLORIDIISTAR' ,Saturday, April 15, 1961
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: :: Win Jail t \
Terms
Solves'SitIns.
ienfs.- .
r.cftnuaI5P.orls Streak .
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TALLAHASSEE be Ne-

'l'IT.r.aMASSEEHost, Florida A & M tfaiversity' GREENSBCRON.C.- MIDDLEBURGVa.-Praije gro and two white college -

copped three of the four events staged here in A&T '.College Aggies, LT bRa it being given to-a students began

the annual Spring Sports Carnival last week.. defending! CIAA baseball a 4 F Catholic priest here serving jail terms
who for the past several -
Ttis Battlers tookr champions, took Monday following an
: tp where they left weeks worked to unsuccessful bid to
honors in baseball
set ty Winston in 59.
track and field, and Sprinters Emmanuel off last year with bring about equal gain freedom on afederal
.'opening wins orer P O h treatment for Negroes court order
tennis
golf. Only the
RiYal, Hayes Harris, in the town's eating
chwpio&ships eluded' ; Delaware State College relative to a* I960
and Robert Pareaore
the Floridians : and Allen Unlrersity.Both places which resultedin sit in demonstration
eclipsed the 440yardrelay
weekend visit
Lovely Miss ;1 i contests w e replayed a here.
Tonya low of 41.6
by President John F.
in Greensboro The students petition
Harris of Pensacola ,
with fast 415
a and Mrs Kennedy's being -
reigned as "Miss The Aggies recently for release under a
tied the 100-
Hayes edged Delaware 6-5 on tree of witnessing writ of habeas
corpus
Spring Sports Carnival -
dash record of 1F
: yard racial demonstratives.
a 10th inning saash denied Federal
was by
She is a freshman sS
set FAMU dasher a'
nursing student. 9.4 by by Lawrence Oldsouttielder.Robert Last Sunday, Rev Judge Harold Carswell
EuGene White in Father Albert F.
Her attendants were Fattlkner V after their attorneys

Kisses Betty Reese, 'S8.Baseball scores were ,first sacker raced Pereiraspeaking during !- contended that their
hose from third to VV a mass attended
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SelmaAla.f Altasease constitutional i
r +N v rights
Florida A&M.22Korris by the president and
rister., Taapa. and Brotrrtl Florida A&M+ break up the duel. were reportedly vio-
) Mrs Kennedy praisedthe
The Delaware club
Clara .B,1.a c k shear, Carolina JILt lated.
9North "for
conmunity
Tallahassee Fla. Morris had tied the ball game TALES OF AN AFRICAN TRAVELER Dr. Marguerite Judge C a rsw ell's
2s A&M,9, gracefully crossingthe
The events were in the top of theyninth tells of her than trips denial followed
twenty
open- Brown,5 f North Carolina Cartwright more first bridge of a previous -
ed with a colorfuland to push the to Africa during a break in the day-long seminar appeal to the
A&T, 3, Morrie Brown; ; understanding between
contest into the extra
iapressive. Olym on Africa held recently on the Hampton U.S. Supreme Court
3;and Florida A&M,19, Jim Baten was the races. Father
inning
piclike- c e rettony* North Carolina A&T,7 the Institute campus. Her listeners include two Pereira was referring which refused to review -

Coach Jake Gaither In the singles tennis and winning pitcher prominent Africans and a college president to the desegregation their case. The
William Clark
director of athletics match Alberto Loney was (left to right) Dr. Jeroae H.Hollandpresident of two local drugstores high court stated that

and carnival chairman won over. John: McGill re-lieving of Haapton Institute; Dr. William H. Fits John, and a sandwich they should first exhaust
J.R.E. LeeJrivicepresident to the U.S. from Sierra their
presented
6-4 and 7-5. Both Mc ambassador-designate shop as "a mile a tone appealsto
ofMM Gill and Loney are the ninth. Taking advantage Leone; and ELdred: Jones, faculty member from for Negroes" in the State courts before

and he spoke for students at Central of six-costly Fourah Bay College, Sierra Leone Virginia village. taking their appealto

President George W. State College in Wil- errors, made by the "African Nations. in the World Community will According to the the highest body

Gore Jr. The queen berforce Ohio. In the South Carolina outfit be the topic of the final public seminarslated Deciding to serve
two Negroes
; priest, -
opened the carnival doubles tennis match MT took an early 3-0 for April 22 on the Hampton campus. young served at Jail tem rather than
were
after the participating Loney and McGill won lead and were never Tn .,. pay $300 fines were
two store and
overhauled.Allen out- 8sandwich a
athletes paradedon Sam Dukes and Derek Lawler, a Florida -
the center of the Albert over Brooks,7-5 and hit AKT 9-6,bxt right- Funds Sought Couple f ::es i I shop lunch State University
counters when they
track to join the hander Arnold Davis stt entHe1U7 Steele,
6-1. Dukes and Brooksare
tested the town'
a new
audience in the singing both students at put the pressure on For Tenn. FolkSomerv111eTenn. Dope ,Charges; racial policy son of a Negro leader -

of "The StarSpangled Florida A&M. when he had base- and Jeff Poland ,

Banner." "On runners to check the .- It PALATKABonds of former FSU student
The A & M golf team '
with the carnival," defeated Tuskegee In-' scoring.The is cotton plantingtime $5,000 1d 12,500 were ouisvieTheatres Ky, Others paying fines

shouted the queen. st1tute,642734.Theodore losing pitcherwas here in Fayette set here last week were Roland Eaves and

Coach Pete Griffin Allen of A & M John Bates who County, but for many for a ackaonvillo Drop Stephen Poe.

:thinclads; defending was medalist with 154 went the route.'Pumpsey' of the Negro farmers couple who pleaded Racial BiasLouisville The demonstrationstook I

SIAC track and field points. who registered to vote guilty to narcotics place at a local

champions, d e ended In the track meet After there may be no plant- charges. Woolworth store
their 60 FAMU Relaystitle ing this year.Because Charged with obtainlag ,. ,Ky.-Three

by clipping Florida A&M received' Shorstop .Job the Negro f a mernorma.l17 narcotics b y downtown uisville CORE To Test '

t, three records and tying 99 points, H orrisBrown is in the fraud, possession of movie theatres have

another :in amassing 32Alabama State BOSTONBoasting a position where he must drugs and attemptingto integrated as a result 'Freedom Ride

99 points. College 18; T.u akegee phenoninal .500 bat- acquire a crop loan use forged pre- .o f demonstra- NEW YORK CITYFreedom -
9jFt. Valley 9jEdward ting average for scriptionswere Lloyd tions by CORE and the
Wiley Jane Tuakegee in order to put in his Ride,1961 a dramatic -
InstituteAla.erased Waters 8| South Caro- spring season exhibi- spring cropland Richie Jr. and his NAACP Youth COUll c ii. ,the Con-
move by
lina State 7; More- tion games, Puspsie wife Ines.According. The three theatres
the one- mile run owners, feed stores, of Racial Equal-
house and Claflin Green get his wish have requested that gress
5| nay to State
record set by his FAMU banksand the locally ityCORE( ) to completethe
5. to play regularly at FHA Narcotic InspectorWi11iem they not b e named
teammate last spring maii ained are integration o f
in going the distance Florida A&H.took. 14 shortstop instead of able to put th e'squeeze' FiniganJackaonville publicly. bus service and
related -
I of the 18 first placesin second base for the on him by Richie i sunder More than 300 white
in 4:270. Frank Murray's public accor.odations -
the meet.COUFIDENCE. Red Sox this ;year. finding excuses not three year pro- and Negro young adults
in the
,4:27.6.
y mark Green, who switch to handle his loans. bation in Duval Coun- have been arrested Deep

A&M set two relays hits, wants about a narcotics during the past. month: South, was announcedby
records in a cleansweep The Original Leaguehas ty on a CORE National Director -
month' regular action in demonstrationsaimed
of the events. handled a few such conviction. James Farmer
before he decides loans but simply does The couple were arrested at ending d i s-
'
The 880 relay team of "The ride will beginin
IN A whether he has it or not have enough money.Operation near the City crimination in downtown -
Robert Harris, Paul > WashingtonD.C. on
;. GROWINGAMERICA not. Freedom, a Drug Store by Deputy Louisville movies in New
Denson, Robert Hayes, May 2nd and end
and restaurants. Ken-
col- Sheriff W.C. Mincy
northern
and Ralph Johnson was group Orleans on May 17.
neth Killer CORE
k clocked in 1:25.0.The Marcher Nexf lecting money specifically 11 a Participants will
leader, has been arrested -
fbrthe free-
.old record. ,was 1:27.0 ,. I four times. challenge every forn
? in
On F/pyd's/ list dom fighters Hay- of segregation met by
Louisville CORE has
I wood and Fayette Coun- the bus : itf

t PHOTOGRAPM! FOIL NEW YORK-Following a ties,has made several been standing in at the buses passenger themselves,
two downtown department -
recent meeting with loans, but many: still in restaurants and inrest
EVERY OCCASION stores for ncnths.
Unless funds
remain. {I
y r------. ..,..............-. ... Ton Bolan, executive found quickly 1 7 V rooms.nwHEN
are :
; director of Feature
E 1 : Expert Photography }
will not
these people
..<> Portraits Weddings Binqosds 'Sports Inc. champion
,... be able to
Passports Identification Photo Floyd Patterson i s support /F k YOU ARE ILL
,. i:.;.. ;.; ;.,..,J.. Photostats & 'Commercial Work disclosed as giving ,theusel: ves,vh:1ch: would ;tiLi .$ You Seek The Beat Doctor
.
..:\ "1 Photos For Newspaper Cuts dangerously injure the When Your Doctor Prescribe
conaiderationnto '
'.. .. '1.t While You Walt "great : moral of the entire H9OQ 7'y y'NfM.. '... Get Experienced Pharmacist

>. :. ::&?'. :i.::;1 Coloring & Picture Framing heavyweight Eddie ; movement. To Fill Your Prescription .
: ; Let Us Take A Photo Of You Machen the next
; as
l.ti '' '
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.yf : Other than funds. 7 ; According To Your Doctor'sOrders.
ll'i f\ >' i.:: 1.Jiit challenger to a heavyweight itI L We Use Only
M ,,<' ".L / In Natural Color in I t and childrens*
; title bout .A OILS ; The Beet Quality Drug. At
j. AVERY New York next September. ; .shoes still remain on >r Dr. C. E. BlackProprietor .

.-r. AVERY'S PHOTO STUDIO i the wantedklist. The
both SonnyIdston need for clothing has
p I 674 Kings Rd.-Next to, EWC Library Beaten by i 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU
decreased
ariZora Folley greatly I .

Phone EL -769S. For Appointments in listless 12- round thanks % ,to the many [ DR. ROBERT WEAVES J ULY'S DRUG STORE'
last contributions and the I :
fights year, ...For All The ,
:: T Ti Rather is ,expected to warmer weather. The People 1907 Kings Road ELgfc 3-8276

I .: defeat Hike DeJohn ina need for food will U. SHousing Administrator A COMPLETE LINE OF

Syracuse bout this depend directly on how Dr. Robert C. Cosmetics Ruhbtv Goods Candles Sundries' I

i week. The fall affair ,, much money is acquired Weaver appearing on PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED

.... .. with Patterson hingeson to provide the needed "Meet The Press" last "
.
1 .;. ,:. .-"'. -:. the DeJohn fight. ; crop loans. Sunday,told paneliststhat
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_; Although hard-h1tttng the administration -
F NI I Students
.'
'" Sonny Loston of Philadelphia fs housing program

., is rated Elected To Posts is being geared to

:::.,., nteber meheavyxeightchallenger benefit all the
'j ,x : Pattersonstated people not one
ugmt1neTwo any

that Listen students from Florida particular group.
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wont be considered Normal and Industrial S

title bout material Memorial. College were

4 7 ;1 II until he disposes of elected to serve as Miss. Sit-Ins

his present management officers for the state

r.t "f,"- Student National A B sociatkm Education Cited By GovtWASHIOOTOJlD.C.Up MAKES/ 'SKIN BLEACHES

t !,; ,
'",;. the FASHIONED
V for 1961-62 at "OLD .

) -'. 1f.:; 1;}. r Inadequacy recently held convention on orders of the

of the Florida Justice

} ",. KEN KNIGHT :7l.. '. KEN-Find n_happiness State TeachersAssoc- the FBI is Department investigating -, "fflflt n *4v ji

i V new.lif e, cre:interestin iation in Miai. circiastancee

p f ."':'";"'I laYkes You'Te Listen To : marital relations Eddie Taylor'Junior leading up to and lightens dark spots

Be free of frustratkns from ?Melbourne, Fla following the recent S perfect powder

i j T:. "KNIGIITTRAJN" and dissatisfactions was elected to serveas outbreak of violencein base Skin..

f.M... ; Guaranteed results State vicepres- JacklonHiH.wt.e

;N Starti At ?:001'. M.'NfcWy __ Writs &>....free details. ideat.Tqlor"" also nine Negroes were

IMPERIAL DRI1GBox.15134Daat.r appointed to serve a.chairman convicted for sit-in

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Golfer Charlie Sifford t' x k

Breaks/ N.. -C. Racial Barriers h' =SPORTING ijPSy =I

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GREENSBORO, H.C.- The application of Charlie

Sifford, the, top Negro golf professional, to JACKSONVILLE: BASEBALL FANS, both white and
participate in the Greater Greensboro Open Golf colored filled the grandstand to its capacityon

Tournament to be held here 'on April ] -16, has April 5 to ,witness the game between the

been accepted. Milwaukee Braves and the Cincinnati Redlegs

When heteed off here big tournament at &111'tae. q The game was good,well played and excitingbutthe

Thursday morning he ." real joy of the entire afternoon was the

,became the first of A native of Char-' scenery in the grandstand where the white and

'his race ever to par- lotto, N.C., Sifford colored fans sat together in perfect peace and
ticipate in a Professional now plays out of Los I R M harmony*

Golf Association AngeesHe was scheduled FA S 'WERE INTERESTED in the pitching of Jim

co- s p o nsored to fly into ., *v', : Maloney and Jim Bronsnan of the Redlegs, the
tournament, ,here or Greensboro on April 7 pitching of Carlton Willey and Seth Morehead

anywhere in the South. play an exhibition J N E { of the Braves. They were interested in hittingand
Immediately upon receipt match inWinston-Salem .".$ base running of little Vada Pins on, Gene

of Siffordfo on Saturday and begin r r Freese, Frank Robinson* Gus Bell, the fieldingof
application on Tuesday serious practice sessions Eddie Kasko, the catching of Ed Bailey of

April 4, the same was at the Sedge- Fincinnati and not who, were sitting next to
approved both: by the field course on Sunday them.

Greensboro Chamberof THE PUTINS OF THE ENTIRE Milwaukee team kept

Commerce, sponsor A win for Sifford in the eyes on the game and not who were there.
of the tournament and the Greensboro meet Old favorites like Hank AaronDel Crandell,We,

the Sedgefield Country would give him a purseof Covington, Al Spangler Joe AdcockEddie Mat-
Club, the host club. better than $2,000the -- thews, Johnny Logan and Roy McMillan at short-
PHYSICAL ED QUARTET Comes Spring and the above quartet of attrac-
The denial of either ,
biggest of his pro stop Lee Maye. Billy Martin and other familiar
tive education class members at Florida
,would have barred his physical Normal and Industrial -
career the crowd tense. one
players kept
Every was
participation. College turn: to the great out- of- doors for their recrea=; :
W.W.S aJr. chairman : ,tional pursuits. From left are: Misses Luvina Wallace, Taffie Bell, watching when, Veda! Pinson hit one high, wide
P t leads Mays I and handsome to deep centerfield that was good
Caroline Powell, and Gerallne Flowers,
of the host com-
for a triple, but Reggie Otero waved him on
mitteetold reporters"The C home. The relay from Al Spangler to Roy Mc-

board of direc- Jax Record Breaking Crowd Williams Okay. Millan to Del Crandall nipped Pinson at the
tors passed a resolu-
plate. It was a gigantic hita magnificent run
tion that neither With. Chi Cubs and out.
a spectacular
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Expected April OpenerA
creed, color nor race THE MIXED CROWD is the stands were cracking
would be basis for CHICAGO-The Chicago
a Cubs in for peanuts, drinking soda pop eating pop corn,
rejecting an applicantto big night will be held in Jacksonville April looking drinking beer, smoking and having a grand good
play in the Greater 21, when the baseball's Sally League season the exploits of several time when Gene Freese hit a home run over the
Greensboro Open." MY + officially opens at the Jacksonville Baseball 0 u t taming left field wall for Cincinnatiwhen Hank Aaron
rookies to head them
Hose Kiser, Jr.,genera Park. hit a ball too hot to handle through Gene
] 1961 tournament With the huge crowds to be well set. up the National League Freese at third base, when John DeMerit hit a

chairman,said,"ire received -- ,. .' that turned out to The catching depart- ladder this year, expect solid double and when Jim Brosnan threw a third

an official witness the two major ment has left no room the most from strike by Eddie Matthews with the tieing run

entry blank from Sif HANK AARON league games, a clear I for worry This end of outfielder Billy Williams on third base. All in all it was a good gamea

ford. He is an approved A recent release of example was set of the team seems to be who hails from good crowd and ,fine deportment from the fans.

PGA tournament lifetime battingmarks the great interest wen fortified with Whisler, Ala. IT WOULD BE A BEAUTIFUL sight if the grandstand ; -
..player" Negro manifested in the city such mittmen as .Fred Billy joined the Cubs could be just as full when the Jets open
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Dugan Aycock'of near among baseball for baseball. The White and Arnero organization in 1959. the 1961 season in Jacksonville Friday night

by Lexington, v icepresident major players league shows Hank grandstand ,was filled Moncion. Both men With Houston last April 21, as it was the day the Milwaukee

of the PGA Aaron with a .318 from one end to the handle pitchers well year, Williams belted Braves played the Cincinnati Redlegs If the

had some kind words in seven other with fans who and both men can hit. American Association fans would turn out on that night like they

about Sifford.He said years average of play while were yelling and The pitching staff is pitching at a .323 did on that day there would be no way to keep
"Sifford is a real Willie Hays holds a boosting the teams rounding into shape clip in 126-games. He them from winning the 1961 attendance trophy

M gentleman and a fine .317 batting averageat just passing throughthe fast They will be hit 26 homeruns, and It can be done, why not do it?
iM i player.He is entirely the completion of city. ready. drove in 80-runs THERE IS NO MISTAKE about itthe Jacksonville

icapable of winning a r nine ears. A crowd like that Meet the crowd at Sustaining a shoulder representative in the South Atlantic League
I I .. could the the on o ning, injury late in the
bring open- park p will have something to offer. They will have. a
ing night trophy to. night.Bring the trophyto season, he later recovered team that can hit, field and runThe Jets have

Jackson-ville Jacksonville. and in a tine some hitters that will send many balls across

Jets will fielda finish in 12games the fence and up against the fence and to all
wlth the Cubs batted
? team that can give parts of the field. When one speaks. of power
\ I Ml5YPJrt the fans the type of BOATING .277, collected two hitters, he is talking about the JacksonvilleJets.
; homers and drove in
baseball turn
people When making your run to or
.. out to see.Several of ,from the old.fishing groundspass seven runs. .
:, the players who are up the.temptation to-chase WITH SUCH STICKMEN as Walt Matthews,JiaGreon-

: ll? : now'with Jacksonvillewill seagulls sitting on the water. grass, Alex, Harriday, Fred WhiteBill Rittaan,
Watching them take off is fun, Von Clay 8th ,
if:: 4LO9KGOI ; be playing major John Kennedy; Bernie SlamsJoe Wooten and some
but often
they are perched on
: others who have been hitting the ball at
i league ball next sea- a
a partially hidden obstruction
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it son with Houston. which could damage your craft. On ,NBA List terrific rate.' Don't worry, about the; hitters,
The Jets'tield a team they will be there. ,It ie, hard to believe that

that can hit, field PHILADELPHIA- Light- any team ,in .the South Atlantic League will have
f and ivai.It !s expected TOOTHACHE, SSttJSIf Von a better infield than the Jets will. be sending
Clay
I you cant Let to tht inf JeHy celled, heavyweight
I fl ; 3i by that Portsmouth many for you is ORA-JEU Pa.nvaaishts who gets. an April 24
,I a new addition in seconds. shot at Harold Johnson first base, John Kennedy at secondDon Bush at
i '{ .;V m santithetr1R.. : to the South Atlantic e niHu.:=: ) 's 175pound NBA shortstop, Bill Rittnan at third base. Outfielders

1 j League will bring a title has been upped like Joe' Wooten, Alex Harridy, Jim

O J ,::: strong team to Jacksonville to the eighth spot in Greengrass, and some other men who can cover

I :.r If your druggist cannot supply you SHAVING POWDER fcOP.O. : but it will WATCH THIS CLOWN. national, Boxing Association the outer garden like major league prospects.
/SEND M for these MAGIC TEAM MATES .Box 3437 F3> Savannah Ga.| have to contend with vs, monthly THE WESTSIDE PHILLIPS an up and coming young

such stickmen as Jim 27-32-9 ratings. among the team in the city is getting ready for some hot

Greengrass, Walt Mat- 481- -154 cruiserweights competition during: the signer months.They will
: be playing on their home diamond which is located -
: thews Alex ;
Harriday
I1 : I Clay recently deci-
T near the old Pickett schoolSome: of those
Fred White Joe Wooten 3 7
I sinned Chic Calder '
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J who are working hard to make of it'are
John Bill a go
Kennedy, 1 4 wood of Scotland He
!' RittmanDon BushDave 'o 2 into the Johnson Leroy Howard, Henry Jackson, James Williams,
9 goea who has to with him
R Jacobs and others who fight on the short premised bring eight more ,
Yr : can lay the wood to 5-70-16 end'o the betting Leroy; Clark 'and Arthur' Love There. are others
\; :. the ball. 226-25-800 odds. who will be named .later Everyone is working
Not .hard to build a winning' team. .
the Jets
only can, Sometimes fa's lap .
hit on the.ball, but Sometimes ..'. dowa I
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H. adds subtractsHe ,
0 about-
just man
I every works It all amend A .. .
the team "
on can play .
THIS CLOWN '
his position. Those .:)\d '
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who, have watched the
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Jets in action -. : '
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F 9 spring training, have Man's Days :-< -
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I II : seen some spectacular t.1' ...
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!! glove work.The infield -.
and wtfield appear "Man's Days Are Kua- .
0I bered"Health And For- ..'
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tune, Can Be Yours When .
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In 26 Weeks Mn.A.Z.Grade says::I thought Horoscope Guide For
i : ; I would go out of my mind..ntLPoison April <.
ivy itchiDcThen at '
1 friend Helen's *suggestion, my Ibought Fill in the blank below S TREAT YOURSELF TO -
t APPROVED FOR W TRAINING Tetterine. My husband ,ti. ;nail to ZODIAC .
t j ij j uj irii-ir-irmni-i _j- i _i _r _-* -| -j ir-ir>___ in fun checked the time on his Pbst Office Box 561
Register Now! RegUter Now! Register Now! all.stop the watch.itch Well.was gone.in no Tetterine time at Jacksonville 1, Jla ; CANADA DRY BOURBON.

is equally wonderful for fast relief WE .

FLOIIM UIIEI COLLEGE lete's of foot surface,and rash innocuous,fcmnrm.insect ath- Street ..IT'S "AMERICA'S FINEST"IttTlUf
fekes. If yourdruaiat cannot .

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= lAdrnIfli5frQu1$1ekN.grou FOR MORE FUMTIMDER THE FLORIDA SUN THE : "& 1I

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'S. Jobs GAYEST, BRIGHTEST a ,.. --
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HASHINGTOK--:Stepped up action is being taken ASM1flMQ :, >..

by; the Kennedy adffilnistration.thL" week tinder. ::?. ..
the chief. executive" ortfer to. take "positive ,**2 '
treasures for, the elimination of discrimination,
direct. or indirect which. now ,ezists"in government "',
hiring. w
The administrative' Woolworth Sales MA&V x I
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forces are nowembark-

ed on' a .drive to recruit Dip Reported, .

college trained By CORE 0* MMM
Negroes for top level fat
jobs .in the federal. ; New Tork-. "4sgrega- /A
service tion doesntpay: the

Boss Clinchya Civil. decline in Woolworth ( "-.\ .
Service. official assigned profits for 1960 once l >*
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to minority again proves what most I .1 V

group problem left of us, have known, for
this week on a six a long time "content I. ,
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week ,tour of 24 predominantly ed CORE National Director 1 '. .

Negro colleges James Farmeron '
and later o .n the 1960 Woolworth CASUALS

will visit 70 other Annual report. .
institutions which "WDolworth profits :, : ,
carry a heavy Negro I dropped 2.7%,even'with
student enrollment. a new method of reporting M ''CA

John: W. Racy Jr., is income, which 'ES' J /:
originator of t h e increases the stated l \ .

movement which has foreign income by approximately ..:.
the strong ,backing of halt-- .,

Vice President I 'ndonB.JOmaoDchaiman ndllion dollars' as 1 ... ar
of compared with last f y ,
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the .President's Committee year"Profits in 1960 ETS c"" ? ''.. '.. ...-'
on Equal Bnployment were $46,927,000, a r.; <" S ,r" "
Opportunity. decline of $1,305,000traathe.19S9 '
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Johnson d e s cribes figure ;t '" "itT ,'.;. .
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the'p gra1n "the ; .
as, Farmer added, "the' and -' :.

,basic policy of this. company profits declined .: ). ; ,..-.> under 'the Spring cropped or ; ._
administrations that in the face of :). .'. .1ii:' to j 1)e) seen blouses 'are .4
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federal jobs 'shall not an increase of 4.9g ". "."- :. -' Sweet, neat way .>sleek soUd.tone
be denied on the basis in the number of stores : 'sunpedty print or sho its are cut 22 ;I

ot.race, creedcolor, to. make a total of .' .: buttoned. Jaunty Jamaicc trim, s Ism. Pick .: .t
or national origin the end of extra
2,430 at '. garden _
; co-ordinate I owe COMPUTE ..
the to a ,
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POUCEREPORTS The 196Q Woolworth Sires 8 to .
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CHARGED WITH FIGHTING "A number of influences 7,. ,r, : '. I' ',.
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combined to prevent : "t, <.>:" '" ; :
Miss Almaree Gordon, : ... o." ht .,:..;Iii", .. ':)t, r
the. Company from ': '. ". : %: h 'x' f:
24, 626t Church St. ", ,f ," '" .:!t1 :
realizing its goal... ., 'f" ,. : .
beaten and ; '
was dragged i
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among ,the major fac ij; r\
from automobile "
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tors..interruption of > \
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last Monday at Broad .j3fe* E
noimal shopping patterns ,
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and Duval Streets, ( ,
i some coaeiun- i.1

police Hiss Gordon reported said she ities as a result of .: L' I !
local actions takenin I DOLLARS'aZL ,
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was out riding and % ,
the interest of ; i"
drinking with a youngman
desegregating Lt away F
,who' eating : will beg teen '
.becliUe.
very dollar the ,
in certain i1Yer with
facilities '.Y a Penon .
and' jumped on Yes to the eces -.
angry t
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comunitiea1 15 purchase v
her because she refused -- Southern, '. .. : {.? "luckY"ery basket number No x
'his advances. } :
Leaders Hear .{, sary.
After her : :
dragging '
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from the car, he left Labor Consoltant SATURDAY OLY :
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her on the sidewalk:,
she said. ATLANTAGa Two,

She was treated. at prominent figures in, ...., .
Duval Medical, Center the .field of race relations -.. ';'
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for injuries Miss will address 'a.' .
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Gordon and Wesley .the Southwide Interracial .. ,_.": "

Singletonthe suspect Conference, of .C.B.Y. roam C.luar.nttt. .rtifi.. Best Val! ..SUN" .
were arrested and Religious Leaders to '
every advertised price lowest In the
chargeid.1dthd.isorde be sponsored by the area or your money refunded witMa tea da r. '
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ly conduct' and fighting NAACP Southeast'Region "-
police'reports: 'here on April 19-20. < ..;
indicated: According 'to an announcement /;
Partolmen Freddie by M rs.
Mack and Johnny 'Doe Ruby Hur;.q, NAACP i //jENT'7
investigated southeast regional .
lecretal')",the keyno t e s

THREW+ ,POTASH 'speaker will be Arthur
Chapinminoritygroupconsultant : ,
Mrs.cTOtiephine ,Jones talt he .

43of 1009 Daniel St, Secretary of Labor. 'STRA.W HA TS I.
was .burned by potash Mr, Chapin will also Cb
last Sunday, police i participate ins conference a r .

reported.. workshop and **& '.
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Mrs.Jones :reportedlywent discuss gOT roBent, T.in 8 G ray 7 7 ....' ,'
to the home of resources ,for coa- 1, Wh'WII xi ;
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Hester O'Neal, '1012 batting e mployment S'.t.
Pearce' Streets where bias .% LM

she met 'Eddie o'Heal.aO Also addressing the '.'I'."",:'''. t;;. .

of the, suspect, confereaceHrs.Hurl ey' : '
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Hester O'Neal.An argument said.will be Mrs.ME. ... / RF' '" $3.!9S 1 ..;
started betweenthe Tilly,of Atlantapro )
son and fattier inent southern churchwoaaa : ; Cotton .

concerning the son's and civic leader hi- ..
not Mrs Jon. ;
giving She was a seaber: i CROTCHSAMSON : f
any money, police reported of President Harry' ...' Rfl MEN'S DOUBLE ..y f,

Tnaan's Comittee on 4 I ':".,.',,,'
Police said Hester Civil,,Bights.Ko .: SHORTS it::. :;1i,.
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O'Neal got a container than 100 Protestant ", I ....: ",,
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potash and thew ,. Catholic saddwrisl I '
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[ clergy and lay CJ.V. ,'"
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struck Mrs Jones in 48 .
leaders are expectedte : Co e+Pt -
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the face and' on neck 'attend, the conference 1 ti I5c a. .

RED. OF $25. :aessioiswhich SoW ia pk of3 oftly
win be ::held here at 1 $1.44 "
Edward Lee Potu,32, C1ark.Colgs. 1 .. / rtca to A 100 cunOalod e 1 .
of 719 W. Church St-, Plans: for the two-. r SaIIforlsed8.
was robbed of $25. cett a- IIeUI' t,
lt1e
day meeting 9 .
are being ,
after he: ,was jumped; coordinated the : CMiafort i',
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from behind by 'an sn- ; Rev.Fd+raid OdoNJUCP f #.110.... faflcy P. .'

known person, police 'national, ,chvchseeretary -. tIfIII- 4Zo"
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reported S1
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Potts stated that he ; '. .
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Broad .Street in the i FLORIDA STAR. .,.f. -
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