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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
April 22, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
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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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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 22, 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:
UF00028362:00405

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Preceded by:
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inproveraent! of streets I 'I 'I Swimming : :
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various curbs and sections gutters of in .. .... -J.'. ,.::- .!!-r '.1fi; :!< .- .
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'approved omission the recent hiring 1 y ':' : 'I": : r'S' Musjf Admit All Tax ayersl' Area Residents Complained '

under competitive civil '

service examinations : .' ,',.'.' t. i. Official Warns Mangers Of InferracaRevdezvous/ /

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will b e classifier! e S '- -'.- : 'MIAMI--Ih complying with a federal district With the problem of school, playground and

as "Expeditors." 'I. court order, the City of Miami desegregated swiflBdng pool integration facing Jacksonville,

Proposed by Commissioner .;} -' all-five of its publi swimming pools Wednesday the death of a southern white gentleman last
Louis H.Ritter, .,.' it was 'announced.It Saturday in the home of a Negro woman proved t
the plan after Having .V'\: is, reported that Implicates Twin that when one is faced with death all ideas of
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received commissionendorsementhas City Manager :HeJ.vin._ racial separation disappears.
been Reese told pool managers = In Br__dc-/ns Police reported that There have been reports -

sent' to City EngineerBill : : "Any ;taxpayerwho The 24-year old twins Benjamin FFlood, 65, of interracial
L. Bryant who is ; seeks admission Chester Allen Baileyand of 323 East 20th St., trysts in the area
preparing job classification jT4NGNGRERS and pays> his fee, if Charles V e rnon died of a heart. attack and on several ocas-

s p ecifica- any, and obeys the Bailey of 2547 Calhoun between .10:45 sions residents have
tions. rules must be, admit St. have been charged and 11:25 a.m. last complained of White
Job requirementsstate ted. with grand larceny' Saturday in the; home men making frequent

th at maximum --'7ilma Rudolph, Olympic: w on en'a The awing pool. and are being held of Mrs. Essie Sing I visits to a house in

age of applicants be track champion, receives a, T lhc-:.eye.. .frcn (}Jl--: suit was initiated-by*' '*""' ..for theft, of $'?.OQ to at 1411 West. 33rd St.I ,the area.
SO--'lr,.. a_J'...:,.'..!.....tJ'heY,be4 ; "Sral'.1fill03.t r- '3, .,-oontribit, _n_ t_o.:' 1n__e rl_ :; = =:attom o : t.he= :' ; .' SOO-d.D b i1d ma'=' ;;>various 3Although versions there_'.are of 'JBX9I1QdMftS j '
p of sound and: mature I womanhood.. The honor was given, the' Tennessee 1i fd.71J.riap r'ol.f.the'Ylonall terials .from. Gartner >. .. '
judgement,and possess tate, University co-ed at the nerican Table Association i S. and Co./ ,Inc. :o.f ,circumstances man : under I
suffer
which
such experience as to "inner, at which time Mary "us ouch, of *oncks: for' the Advancement 1225 W.Church Street, an 3 More Thefts
attack in the
enable then: to circulate -' Corner, 1''outharol1na, was, selected 1961 petty of, Colored Peopleshish detective Sgt. B.K. Negro
Theodore Hall 21of i
neighborhood an official ,
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is headed
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by
petitions in Crocker 11- nerican "onenaker of "'onorrow.FAMU Mosseau reported.
Rev.Theodore Gibson report given 1954 W. 13th St., who I
an efficient and courteous president.For by Sgts. J. M. Parker was recently woundedin

will manner.be Ba$350month11' s eealal7 Coed ,Given 120DaysFor the past several and G. H. Hurlbert both legs by a City -

days, Rev. Gibson and reads as follows:!Sat- patrolman while
his committee has been ural Death..occurred1411 fleeing the scene ofa
Improvement Plans Sit-In Participation
meeting with City officials West 33rd St. burglary admitted
The recently paseelproposal'
in an effortto "victim stopped his three more robberiesto
states th at TALLAHASSEE FAHU Coed Patricia Stevens who bring about imme- car in front' of 1411 police Tuesday
property owners wish- served 49 days in jail last year for, partici- diate compliance to p} West 33rd St.home of night.
to theirareasgutterscurbs
ing improve pating in a sit-in demonstration was recently the federal court or- Essie Sing and he told While undergoing
sentenced to a 120-day; jail term for taking der. resident that he felt treatment a t Duval
and sidewalks) under
existing ordances part in a CORE demonstration.- !.......- .. An offer to turn over so bad and she told Medical Center. Hall
may While sitting-in at a him to confessed to the hold
the Manor 'Park pool come: into the
petition At the least City for Neisner lunch counter Manhunt Nets for Negro use was I CHESTER ALIEN BAILET house.Victan sat down up of National Jewelers -
same. sixty .
or last March 4Miss Stevens vigorously rejected J inthe) house and apparently Exchange, 694 W. I
percent property and Ben Cowins k _;>.c{ suffered ( ) Adams St. on April 5
frontage. involve must Two Escapees by Rev.Gibson and his :r.i ."; a } '
were charged with "dis fatal,heart attack. Albert Grocery,2011
bear signatures o f committee last;week.Qcaa I :
I orderly conduct" On BRONSON-Two Miamiams : --:iF..: "Body was taken to Kings Road, March 21;
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owners.Expe&it'ors Sri.11 the previous dq, CORE who escaped from the 'Court' ... DMC by Giddens, pro- and a Lenox Avenue
The members had demonstrated Apalanchee(Correctional May Be GneedOCALAA -' nounced (dead) by Dr. contectioneryKarch3.,
owners /
serve property 'at .McCrory's and institute near ;-.... ,, McAllisterVictim was Lt. E. B. Runyon of
in an advisory capacity 1. '
Sears. Chattahoochee recnt- request to tie
of Dr. rob-
patient Be1yerwO' city police
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furnish -f I
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and During a hearing before ly were captured last the legislature seek- will sign death berg squad said. I
coasts and other data Judge Rood, Miss week end in Central ing authorization to certificate." Hall, Runyon added, I
under a pro rata Stevens was found Florida following an ,s ell,lease,or abandonits The death of Flood, admitted all four hold

basis. guilty of disorderly intensive manhunt. municipal golf a fiscal auditor at ups to hYmand Sgt.
t Mrs.Thelma Armstrong conduct and was sentenced Serving sentences for course it Negroes continue HARLIE. VERNON:) BAILET the Army Corps of Engineers Emmett Jones. Between
Civil Service Board to 60 days or playing at the .
armed robbery during According Mosseau, district office $475 and $500 were
aecretary;stated that $500 and to a mandatory their capture were white, facility, was when closing time in the Negro netted in the four

and job specifications cl a ssifications term o;{ 30 days. Additional Robert McCray, 22 and29year passed by the City came, Chester Bailey area, generated wide robberies, police re-
sentence included old Robert Council it -
Wednesday
discussion. .
hid in the warehouse spread ported.
will b
e published: .
a 30-day jail Askins. McCray ,was was announced.
and, let his brother
iaeediately+ following term for violation of caught in a wooded Stating thatSCIBI Negro -
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Into late
receipt of information premises Nov Uphold Collin* Wfo' Of8//f/
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probation imposed last .area about 25 miles leaders had not at night.The brothers I
from office.the CitY'Eng1Qeerts year. The sentence had west of here by a "kept faith+hrith city: will be charged with, For Fund To Sell 0rgerf/0ft '
been and Askins officials resolution
reportedly sus posse dogs. e the theft of screens,
Another Pcffffoit pended. was picked up by po- asked legislators roofing plywoodkegs' been used i f four ,
An appeal has been lice at Dunnellon after j in Tallahassee to introduce of nails,cabinets and TAILAHASSEE-Aneffort other Southern States
For fntagrarfoitSAKFORD filed for the CORE he had boarded I a bill to remove other materials over to override forme r appropriated similar
members by Atty. Wolf- a bus at Chiefland in the golf course a period of several Gov. LeRoy Collins amounts.
-An Attorneyfor man of the Miami Chap- an attempt.to get a- from "utility? .class. months. veto of a $500,000appropriation I Voting to sustain the
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the NAACP filed: ter of the American way. ification. The report also to sell veto 'were Reps. John
i a petition Monday Civil Liberties Union. The two men, after UDder the present stated the two sen the Southern aegregatins -Mathews of Duval, r' n-
night at'a special law "utilities" ,implies. views to the Ellsworth t'BrovardOsee
escaping, stole shotguns sold the stolen erson o
meeting of the City creations facilities, electric materials North was sustained
wat of
from a home near er. and, useda Fagan
once .
Gozadssion seeking desegregation ewiaadng pools and Chattahoochee and went and*fcolfrt facilities truck to Wednesday by a house Alachua, J.M. Sims of
of this the Sanford Civic company ccBsdttee by a 6-4
new a Jackson Robert Will-
in stolen require publicvote ,
south : a car. : transport the goods. .
city's r e C reational Center. to sell leai tuts.Sponsored. of Jackson
The car was recognised ;: e, o r isms ,
facilities. City Manager Warren after: they 'had abandon thae.* When police caught b y Rep. Reuben Askew of and'I I
Signed by 3&-Nsgro Knowlee said the COB- robbed ,a service station Last week,Negro golfers Chester Bailey,an eav- William Reedy of lake, caabia
.. parent of Seminole mission took the Batter attendant a t had been pezadtted ploy e,in a Church St. -who said that he had Voting to override

County, the petition under advisement Perry and. escaped' on to play on the course. i warehouse last Saturday the necessary two- I were George tailings
specifically asks integration ; and that no plan had foot. The city .is said to night,he confessed. thirds vote to override of Duval, Hal Claires
of ill municipal been set for further be constructipg a nine :I and implicated another both the COBadttee of ,Dixie, A. H. Craig
:' operated parks, diac..ioa.'of. the, re.- SEE JtryLwIS: hole course tor Negroee. i alleged robber his t and House vote of St*Johns and S. D.

'..:r. 1..... jlaygrouoiSjother. re- quest;. OK PJKSEIGffT i, '- .. -. .. i. twin brother I The JIIOne7.would have Saunders of Clay.
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ERIC',0. SIMPSON, ..., ManagIng,,Editor, A record two-thirds,of the nation's major industrial areas-101
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ALY50N. E. WISE..:_...........News Editor, Out-_of 150-have.been listed by the Labor Dcpt. as areas o! "s sets.

HILDA: WOOTEN' ., Clrcul. tlon .Manager stantial unemployment" The March totals topped the 1958 recession -
high of 89, were triple the number listed a year ago and 25

MAIN ,OFFICE & PLANT: more than the last tabulation in January.The .

2323 Moncrief Road:..........-'...........1..........Phone Elgin 46782Mailing r report came on the heels of a'"-
__t--_ .. : warning,by Pres. John F. Kennedy employment over the:: past year,
that the Labor Dcpt noted that'in most
expected seasonal' pickups in.
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employment this spring will not cases the pickup in jobs "was not \
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: necessarilyreduCe the high level of fully adequate to absorb the continuing -

,'-. SUBSCRIPTION RATES unemployment' : or mark the beginning 'growth.. in the local labor

'One Year, $5.00: ; Half Year, '$3.OO of "a sustained economic! : force.

Mailed To You Anywhere, In'The United, States : :. I growth" for ,the nation. ,Joblessness WidespreadThe

Subscription Payabl*.In Advance., Send.Check or Money Order'To: Kennedy, at his last press con deepening jobless crisis was :

FLORIDA STAR-P. o. Bax 561-JACKSON VJLLE 1, FLORIDA ference, refused to express unqualified not confined to the big cities. The i
agreement that the con Labor Dcpt.'s list of smaller communities ;

THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR dition of the economy Is, "1mproYIaIt. with substantial' unemployment \
declaring that It b 1m--' rose by '32 in the March \
1. City ,and County Civil Service ,Jobs; ,,;, T1 t ,
," posdble" to make any precisejudgment report to a total of 184.
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2. -Negro Road Patrolmen: ... at this time,. Substantial unemployment is defined -

I 3. Negro Rremen .- ''*" : ,. JLTICI \ Labor Sec. Arthur J. Goldberg by the Labor Dept. as an 3
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t 4. More Negro Police Officers : II..JL.T likewise has emphasized that "the, unemployment rate above 6 percent h

5. More Squad Cars for Negro'Policemen iirI Administration is gravely concerned which is expected to persist for U

.i about 'the unemployment problem several months to come.The,March r

which will persist" and declinedto total of 101 major areas so listed

-a. speculate that the "bottom"'of is the highest ever recorded during
Should/ Be Told
Policemen : :
: the recession has been reached. the 10 years the department has J

: ] MISSISSIPPU. The sharp rise in the number of maintained comparable statistics.Of .

Think, Before You Sfioof : .A hard-hit areas came despite a leveling the. three categories of sub-

off of industrial production in
after six-month decline. stantial unemployment, 71 large
Last, week we witnessed an. exacsple 'ot 'police "t Kvwwv' j i ffi rpv fifit. '* ...****. ... '. -I While February some of a the industrial areas cities were listed in Group D, with

brutality and stupidity that should ,arouse citizens THE DIED, NOT. KNOWING, DOGS 'WOULD 'BE mED .TO; DENY CIVIL RIGHT f surveyed reported an increase in between and 9 percent of the
to work force idle, 17 were in GroupE
demand action topx'event a repetition,* .. ,-- -J with joblessness between 9 and
of such Incident .
a disgraceful 12 percent, and 13 were in Group
t A local,'patrolman :assigned, to, accompany the : : L- : : F, with unemployment of 12 per

local Cab ,Inspector shot, an Ebony cab driver, :in:, .: .: ) : .. : Your WeeklyHoroscope" ; cent or more.

the thigh after shooting at the tire' and :in! the : ': '% ; -. The 25 major areas which

back of the cab conveying a passenger. : ,,\ '. Guide : ',' moved into Group D for the first
time Fresno San Francisco-
are: ,
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We have to believe .
reason that there '
are a '
: Oakland, San Joee and Stockton,
large number of sensible and considerate men : WHICH, ARE' YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR : Calif.; New Haven, Conn.; Wilmington -
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on the Jacksonville police 'force who are striving ,.::,' '. j BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL ,Del.;Miami and Tampa-

to enforce the law..with dignity a nd fore. '. St Petersburg Fla.; Chicago and
thought. But this unwarranted cop -and"robbers: ,' : .By ,PABLO, The 'ASTROLOGER Rockford, III.; Indianapolis, Ind.; }.

Wichita, Kan. New Orleans, Lao
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shooting and some other uncalled-for acta .
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on r f Kalamazoo, Lansing and Saginaw /
the part of patrolmen tell us that, there, are -/ .. Mich.; Manchester, N. H; j

several who need to be ,set straight, o n some > ABIES LEO case I N. Y. Cincinnati and
i March Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 an atmosphere of concession". ati you recognize this to be the Syracuse, ;
things.' Born 21 thru April. 19 conciliation. do not lose a minute to reflect I Dayton, 0.; Tulsa, Okla.; Seattle,

For one thing, the Mayor ,and the .Chief, of Police Affection .844-33:-:.17.75-_571. over the matter and to follow this Wash.; Kenosha,' Milwaukee and '
,is a balm. Those'Vhoshare
should remind the force"that 'roughing up' Conservatism- means stability. :up with prompt personal action Racine, Wis.Waterbury.
Whether are voting'or purely your residence could easily Conn., and Battle '
you heed to those who woulc
Negro, citizens them SCORPIO Pay no
bullying
and shooting at be upset by what they consider
interested in your'own career,. Creek, Mich., moved from GroupD
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from following th
Born Oct. 24 thru Nov. 22 :discourage you '
people at the least excuse willnot'1e '
; tolerated. business ,or economic interests your unpredictable and dominant impulses that stem from within. ,* to E.
., ways. Sound judgment emphasizes Seven moved into
you cannot go wrong when, yourfollow Opposition challenges'your in 8-50-66-17-89-721. I major centers ,
This reckless gun-popping' is a matter for concern ::the counsels of those' who the desirability counting M the over-12-perccnt-unemploycd
genuity. With conditions in
ten before:you utter words or em- : your AQUARIUS '. Group F. They were South Bend.
among Negro as well as white citizensfor are opposed to extremes and favor it will be mainly to : r ,
1 the fact, that a bullet shot at moving vehiclecan experiments., Should you,follow bark on a course of behavior that to create the environment up you and a| Success has its price. Atquick Ind.; Detroit, Mich.; LorauvElyria
the reasoning of those who are would hurt ,your, loved'ones' the [decision is likely to fan thejl&me*, and Youngstown-Warren-O.; Erie
ricochet and hit either a colored or white extreme in their opinions and most. Your sign discloses'that you conditions that are conducive to and Scranton Pa., all formerly in

passerby, methods:_ YoUr. sign stresses the may not knowingly give offense success, romance, enterprise and. of your ambition which, in turn, Group E, and Flint, Mich., which

And since when does a patrolman go _around possibility of wild 'flucuations and that"you can, -be. a great the welfare of those you cherish.. will enable you to cash in quickly. fell two categories from Group D.
revenues r' Still
' Substantial savingscan with so much to be done,
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2 shooting down people for which could affect source of joy and inspiration to
having allegedly com- you financiallyand be effected through discreet you should weigh well in advance 108 'Depressed Areas
all those
mitted a misdemeanor? The ,way that fellow shot emotionally time marcheson. live to near and noblesU;dear\Avhen you buying, 'selling or commercial the possible impact this will haveon Not a single major area was listed

,up the night one would think ,he,,w,a s chasing a Follow the familiar and safe' There up is 'not your likely to.qualities., operations. Premature revelations I, your prestige and the continuation in Group A or B, denoting areas of

kidnapper or bank ,robber Our heroicf but paths. lack in, inspiration 'for Leos any in of your ideas and plans or unwise I of marital partnership? or labor shortages or low unemployment -
nevertheless over-zealous 1--50-66-14-71-585. ,1 clashes with persons who public relationships of a vital na- The only four cities which
officer. could haveeasily' the field of music, drama, the arts possess
had been in B dropped to
influence or authority,'may bring 1 iture. Before you take any definite Group
jotted down the 'a and
cab tag number ,and romance. I
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j* Group C with "moderate" unemployment -
bout in direction
that steps ,
a problem could upset any you
5-60-55-18-97-498.
radioed ,
headquarters to have .another car close TAURUS
our nerves and put a dent in I rshould consult your instincts high
in the ,Born* thru 20 ranging from 3 to 5.9 per-
on. driver who allegedly committed the -pri12O' May t your cash reserves. lideals and tnt trusted I.'lends

horrible crime of "operating a cab for hire in VIRGO 6-70-r66: -15-83-717. whose loyalty: has withstood the' cent.The Labor Dep t,.)listed 20 major

the city _without, license." Strengthen alliances.:Your sign Born Aug.*--24. thru., .. 'Sapi.._. ,,'23 'jSAGITTARIUS I'test of time and stress.9100x991884222.. 0 areas and 88 smaller areas in the I
And, another throws the spotlight on'those who.: .. .: f
thing Would someone tell us just' "depressed area" category .of sub-
are joined with you as well as on Daring not fearing is the pass- Born Nov. 23 thru Dec 21 tantial and persistent labor
why does, a patrolman have to ride with the Cab surplus -
the competition. By doing, ,what: word. The loss of time= sets 'the PISCES where in
unemployment most
Inspector? Seems as though we have, one man too is"right and by giving the other dividing,. line- '.between. procrastination Make your own future. You.! Born Fib. IS thru March, 20 cases has averaged at least SO per-
many One of them, ain't needed. It seems :likea fellow his due, you help create'e and decision. Should you aV*feeem to have enough experience j 0i cent above the national average

waste of taxpayers money to hire a" Cab In- unexpected opportunity to. low your' imagination or obsessions fin the ways of the world to figure .i Preparation paves, the way. for at least three of the last four

spector and then assign a patrolman to'ride a- gain financially and',to, achieve: to get the better of your put just what you have tP d<3 to Whatever your successes are they years.

round with him while there: is shortage of pa- your ultimate ends.,You are beinD'particularly more adventurous self, indicates [hape events to your liking. Your all point to foresight and art inspired Record Benefits Paid |

trolmen to cope with the numerous. other crimes, favored in. this respect -' that you will be establishing. the reverses reveal the necessity, of plan of action to carve
; :from background for further .At the same time the department I
by-fine cooperation frustrations
being committed, in rooting out all negative elements your place in public or business S
our city that the number of
others. The lack of restraint could and a brand new set'of problems. in your life and replacing them life. Put new blood in your distant reported persons
Aside ,from the fact that ill-treatment of Neg- lead to recriminations and the upsetting -,,1 But ,when you bye faith with greater self-assurance and contacts and interests as well receiving unemployment benefits

roes is outdated as well ,as undemocratic a nd 'aftermath while you are';fin your stars 'as well ,as ,in thesterling high aspirations. You should get! as in your intentions to gather during the week ended Mar. 11 '

wonft be tolerated by colored citizens, thereis at a' high,,pitch. Sit tight. J; ; qualities, you possess. considerable assistance from your' knowledge experience and know.' of was year"a,"record despite high a drop for of this 89,300 time

the possibility that the city and brutal patrolmen 5-70-77-14--62--575. Your sign. will bring you an' inner friends as well as from life's lessons how. What you strive for you from the previous week's leveL

will find themselves involved -in costly glow as well as material benefits to formulate a program of .will obtain from here on. The insured unemployment rate

lawsuits in the way of cash or acquisi- study, research education and ac. 788701472673. of 8 percent of the covered work

GEMINI tions. tion that will prepare you fully force compares with a 5.8 percentrate

For the sake of decency and good government, Bom May 21 thru ,June"11 .. for the role destiny may ask you Create New Ideas- a year ago.

therefore it behoves LIBRA to assume. Play 'Why Not?'
our top 'city officialsto For the week ended Mar. 18,
remind our local policemen that they ,are Trust your,allies.,The steadyingand Born S. pL 24, thru ,OcL..23. 6-70(-; 65-15-76-797. A relatively few experts are the number of initial claims filed,
influence of those
servants.of the citizens...and they should soothing
responsible for most of the
with 'whom you share your pursuits Experience is yow: best friend. CAPRICORNBorn signifying new unemployment,
bright new ideas, color schemesand
think before shoot.
they _. and affections is the one This is particularly true as far as Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19 styling features that keep rose 30,100 to a total of 413,400

thing you 'should not turn downhen.You buying, selling and earning your do-it-yourselfers busy In the for the week. Large-scale layoffs

Fly kites Safely are being subjected ,to :geep are, concerned. ,Follow, the Self-confidence is your prop. house. the la the auto Industry were citedas
ervous tensions .or problems of practical lessons 'you have ,previously Pastexperience gives evidence They are top-flight designers -
,- who originate the home the chief factor In the Increase
a health and service nature.This learned, hi this respect and that your hopes can be realized interiors women admire in

The ....1' will cone 'soon and with it ]kite period .you have your work cut you will have no regrets.. But, if and new friends gathered when newspaper magazine, and television of new claims.
out for ,you this month, but (he you want to climb socially, invest you convince yourself that it is advertisements. The Labor Dept. said the biggest
flying season So BOB* "flight instructions11 right ,decision gives assurance of impulsively In business purchases, worth-while. Quick thinking emphasizes work,One team whose anonymous pickup in employment this spring. .

issued by Central.Iotsi.iana Electric Co., Inc. plenty of help and- support ,from lend indiscriminately, or, ,other- the value 'of your inner another you nearly see in every one form day are or is expected in the construction industry -

to "kid kite pilots" who will ,soon be racing your allies. Wrong judgment or wise take risks.Make certain that resources which you may nothave I Ving and Charlotte Smith. where a seasonal increaseis

across fields towing their "paper a1rcr tt"into reckless actions are particularly All discussions, are conducted in ,tapped at this time. ShouldI'Man't I Asked how they come by new normal,' but noted that homebuilding -|
Ideas, they said they play activity continues to lag.
tithe wild blue yonder19 are very aoch in I to' be avoided %. ., "Why Not?".
Publicly financed building will
aow. 5 80.88 19 74 696.: This is 'a family
point ? game. any
Bays Ar. contribute the
-- umbered' can play with profit. TheSmiths heavily to upturn,
Here CAKCEB '
they are, "Consider the department predicted. ,
: ... explained: ? :
1. Dana fly a. kite with setal' in the, traM ortaill Born June 22:thru- July- ..22 Health' and Fortune- Can Be Yours' for example, the bathroom.
Why not equip it with a soap 1
dispenser f convenience and
2 Dont Chance is elusive. This period When You Know'your Lucky Days
Tne tinsel- string wire.or any twine Lucky: 0' cleanliness?
provides plenty of encouragement Colors Etc. "Why not fix it with
with aetal, ia its .. up an
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for H ,'-:-:' angled mirror that children
.... the full use of enterprise Ingenuity so
3. Dontt fly a kite in the raise and affection in the pursuit -. I .1' and adults _can see themselves Read and RtJiMunber

4, Daft pull on the. string or iW'. a power of happiness. Your,ability In- Send $2.00 for your '*?,t with"Why equal not ease simplify? work for By W. L. Gordon,

f pole to loosen a snagged kite vites a closer examination of thepossibility Horoscope Guide For ,, .' yourself by using the same

5. Dent fly ,a kite orer W ,or radio aerial of applying 'your domestic .. .. .,. .. */._..c., kind of paper roll towels you
in. the kitchen first
use ?
The u.s. Presidential
6. DonH fly a kite .electric skills ,for the purpose of J April ,. ." :'t" ., election
.: near or power : "Why not put Weights or returns to be broadcast over
]3ast7 fain_as well as for the benefit of 'P'm. in, the, blank below and mail,.to h. suction cups on the bottom of the radio were those of the Hard i
members of the family 'circle.Should your shower curtain to keep it; ,ing-Cox campaign In 1920.
7. Don't nsa across streets or highways while you, go, off on emotional ZODIAC- Post Office. Box 561 '* *_*, from swirling around when the
flying kites! Jacksonville '1 ; -water is running?"
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Florida
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tangents and decide to take Tb '
has
:: average man three eoldiyear
8. Dean touch fallen .7.sctric-xire.Z. .. "- '... ., In demonstrating how they
chances adventures'or and these cost
p on games come up with new design Ideas, a industry approximately
of cha_nce. Your hasty decisio Nale-s '-.1 -.S, 3 Ving and Charlotte Smith, who 00 million" working '

.' could create problems cad coatly ,. ... .t' ; : operate Ving Smith Interiors,, days: azmuan,. I

Your lituati&n*. Those you love are. ; Streets. ,',' made suggestions you can adopt t :
Support : easily and with profit. And if
The longest tus-ot-vvar.s.r L
Last ease who should be hurt e con I

: .t', : i-, JACKSONVILLE URBAN LEAGUE, .,' :. if it k"a knowle let,that, the re-j t .'-Date of. Birth. ". ,>'' "Why your family Not?" you learns, may to'play surprise tested and took lasted place two In hours Zndla 41' minutes!in 1SSJ :

:.t.t ; POR7SE.lTER- ', LIVES,1N A BETTER COMMUNITY. your verse, vvc is rde too.often the r case. WeiaW.'=U f]L.' ,. -u! ___u.h'. ,1D ". I and yourself convenience with the you sprightliness can design ls between..L..tI.. two companies, of't Brlt&h., I, .'
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THE FLORIDA STAB -, .SaturdayApril .22,. 1961
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: .Bridge-Whist ToroMey Set I Jax'* Gamer RhoRegonal Omega Cfipf.



I !! : iI19J Wins Other*. Awards


liNiI. Gamma Rho Omega Chapter of' Alpha Kappa Alpha
THE WOMEN AUXILIARY CFTHE NATIONAL ALLIANCEOF i Sorority, Inc, won the Regional G r-duate

POSTAL WORKERS held its installation of officers t Chapter Award -for the second consecutive year
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last Tuesday in the hone of Mr. nd' Mrs. 11 at ,the South Atlantic Conference in Tallahas-

Richard Lee, at ,1130 West 13th Street, with. see last weekend. This award ,is based on the
W. K. Harper doing the honors. F ..iiq i_ -. 'I t accomplishments and achievements of the chap-,

THE NEWLY INSTALLED OFFICERS ,are: Mrs. ,Eola ._ .j_ py ter and the service rendered since the last

Goines, president Mrs. Ellen E. Williamsvice Regional Conference. ,The trophy was presentedat

R president; Mrs. Jeanette Scott, secretaryMrs. 1 !ti the Banquet in the beautifully decorated

Mildred Pearson, assistant secretary;, Mrs.Rosa "Grange Room" where Soror Kajorie H. P a rker,

I; Lee Johnson,. financial-: secretaryMrs.' hineMomantreasurerj 1r fupreme' Rasileus, was the speaker.The .

J active membership -
and-Mrs.Kary Jane c'sollre- Estelle WilliamsRuth
of the chapterhas
porter. Solomon,Norma White ,
JHHHHHHHHHHHHHBHSHHHHHBHfr increased to 57
Lillian Alston, Kabel
LIBRARIAN REVIEWS BOOK Mrs. Olga Bradham, this year and under Wright,Vivian Ingram,
11 prominent socialite librarian of the Wilder the capable and dynamic Thelma Jones, Frances

Park Branch Public Library served as guest J leadership of Curre.
: I Johnson and Azv
reviewer for the Snairabil Librarians Club of Soror Estelle Will-
I The named Sorors attended _-
Tallahassee 'at their Book Review Tea held last iams, Hasileus, the the conference

Sunday, at the St. Michael's and All Angels following items made t he
.- -1 I and served in
I Episcopal Church Parish House in Tallahassee. the chapter eligibleto following capacities:

t The affair served to usher :in National Library qualify for this Soror Ruth Solomon,

( Week and provided an afternoon of, cultural en- most 6utstanding award Tamiouchos of the local

joyment. :
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JHHHHHH8HHHHHHHHHHHHHHW* The chapter observedthe
BRIDGE TOURNEY TROPHT -Shown with one of t h e trophies which will be annual Founders chairman of the Re-

,I awarded ,in the Golden Cup Bridge and Whist Tournament to be held at Day, ChurchWorship, dedication Service,' s
to the National
I iES COQUETTES TO PRESENT GRANT TRIO-Les the Wilder' Park Recreation Center, Friday night April beginning Rededication Servicesand appointed Committeefor -

Coquette Charity Club will present the Grant ,at 7 p.m.,are members of the Urban League Guild sponsors of the e- Installation of Eoule 1961 Eoule in'

Memorial Trio in a recital April 30, from 4 to ,vent. From .left are: Mrs. _Bertie, Artersecretary; Mrs. Helen Wright, officers. the is second

6-p.m., at the Wilder Recreation Center, 123 6 program' co-chairman; 1.rs. Essie McCray, president; Mrs. Helen Robinson Chapter activities Chicagoand nominee for

p Mt. Herman street. program chairman; and Mrs. Marguerite: Kelley, tournament regis included the Annual place Director.

Hostesses for the recital will be Mrs. Marion trar. It was announced that the public is invited and that there Scholarship awardedto Regional Sorer Hazzard

Daise, Miss Maggie KeHcoMrs.Jeannette Scott, will :be 'refreshments as well ag door prizes. a high school" served on Julia the Exhibitsand

Mrs. Agnes A. Walker, Mrs. Naomi Holmes: Mrs. ..,',<., senior girl to the Awards Committeeand
Ruth JohnsonMrs. Valerie 7f college of her
Margie Johnson, Mrs. ,
.. received'the chapter -
GilbertMrs.. Lillie ,M. Battle Mrs. Mildred ,<; -:. >t.n t 3 ,:.i choiceGood GroomingKits cup at the banquet.
Books
andFrayer
Robinson, Miss Carolyn.Gambles,and, Miss Martha i -. Soror Alma Daniels,
are presented to the
Polite. ., AntiBasileus of the
I girls at the Juvenile
UUUOOOt x)(HiHU III!O(X)(X)( chapte Jserv d as co-
Shelter as they return -
TEATIME chairman of the "Ivies
from the State
i I MEMBERS OF, THE K. "D. BRiTT CLUB will hold Beyond the Walls"
Girls Hone Life Subscription -
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their Anniversary Tea on Sunday in the base t{ to the ceremony and was one

ment ,of the chur h. A fine program is being I NAACP The "Pickens" of the Readers for
planned from 4 to 6 p.m. rm ; Shower"Cardand the Services.
,\ :+E v Clothing ;
4 Cash" S how e r Soror "orrr.aoJhi te,
CHOIR 1 OF MT. OLIVE PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH I II rt Epistoleus of the
t. given to Sorors who
will a Spring Tea Sunday from 4'. to
sponsor' 1 have had extended chapterserved as Application -
6 p.m. in the basement of the church. program, J illnesses Spring Wo r kshop

is being arranged by the committee. Mrs. Ella Soiree for; high Leader for the morning -

Fulcher is president. ari school senior girls; session, presidedover
of the Graduate
one -
f : Many boxes of cloth-
DISTRICT 7 OF MT. SINAI BAPTIST CHURCH will tea'.K-. Discussion Groupsand
ing were sent to
1 hold Coffee Sip Sunday from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m., 1 .ti "Tent City" Tennes- furnished music
,
in the home of Mrs. Virginia Mack, 1021 E. 5th for "Ivies Beyond the
"\ seeAnnual Shoe Fund
Street. Wall."
.. where more than 100
; Others the
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pairs of new shoes
j THE JOLLY GROUP SOCIAL AND SAVING CLUB will y rwtr. conference were Sorors

sponsor a Pretty Handkerchief Tea Sunday fro m _are purchased' yearlyfor Louise Durden and.
... .
A to 6 p ,in the home of Mr.and Mrs. DanielHudson r Y < needy children; ,'Frances Jones. '
1052.E. 7th St. Friends are invited. -Yr. contributions to the The South Atlantic
Cancer Fund, Urban
-- IN ANNUAL OBSERVANCE SUNDAY-The Duchess Social Savings Club celebrates Edward Waters Region is comprisedof
USHER BOARD 1 OF GRANT MEMORIAL AME CHURCH League, graduate and under-
its first
anniversary Sunday beginning at 3:30 p.m. in the
Kill have a Spring Tea in the basement of the College,Negro College graduate chapters from
home of Mrs. Barbara Atkins, 2126 Grunthal St. Mrs. Ira lynch will
Fund Brewster
church April 30, from 4 to 6 p.m. be main speaker during the program featuring outstanding local talent the, KAACPFounders I Hospitaland Florida, Georgia and

-- which was arranged by Mrs. Sophie Collington, chairman.Members seat-. South Carolina. Soror
A SPIRITUAL TEA will be given Sunday at 4 p.m. Day Rec ionAdoptionot Sujette F. Crank of
ed from left are: Mrs. Mary: E. Cunnings: president; Mrs.Okella Graham -
in ,the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sutton, 1526 first vice president; Mrs. Thelma Harris, second vice president; a chapter Soror song Louise composed Atlanta, Georgia is
Louisiana St. The guest speaker will be Rev. by Director.The 1962 Con-
from left
Standing : Mrs. Sophie Collington, treasurer; Mrs. Margaret Sheffieldand a Float
Sara}\ E. Jones. Black Mrs. Sin- Mrs. ference will be held
Ivery an, Mary Houston and Mrs.Annie M. Goshay. poetraying the Shoe
Other members are Mrs. Annie Iaurie Wilson secretary; Mrs. Ruth De- in Albany, Georgia.
Fund in the EWC Parade.
THE HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE will sponsor a SpringTea voe f nd Mrs. Barbara Atkins. (PHOTO BY AVERY) Gamma Rho Omega will
Sunday in the home of Mrs.Hattie I. James, The following Sorors hold its regular meet-

1718 Ifyrtle Avenue from 4 to 6 p. m. The theme Wedding Bells were listed for their ing April 25th in the

for this tea will be "Spring Flowers".The pro- individual" achieve- home of ,Soror Frances

gram will be headed by Mrs.Alberta J. "iatng.. APPLICATIONS FOR MARRIAGE LICENSES ATTFNTION LADIES ments various: areas Johnson.Gordon's .
during the yearSorors
& Social Club
1704 W. 4th Brldg.
Louis C. Williams,
MRS. MELTONIA VAUGHAN "will be the speaker for James S. Singleton, III, 1346 St., 19 and Gustoria Cross, 1522 Reporter
McCohnie St, 18 and Barbara J. -
the: Anniversary Tea to be presented April 23 Ford, 1724 W. 2nd St., 17. ,Pearce St., 14. Send or Bring Your News

at 4, p.m. in the educational building of DaySpring Kenneth W. Ross, 320 ClaudeSt. I Ave.Herbert, Orange Wilbert Park,522 Fla.McInto, 24 and In To 1)eFLORIDA
19 and Eva D. Cason, 320
,Baptist Church. Others will appear on Qsceola St., ,22Ernest I Emily J. Smith,' 522 Mclntosh
Park, Fla., 25. STARMain
the program.' Robinson, 468 Lime St., Ave, Orange .
18 and Carolyn Mills, 463 Good-, Richard G.'Wiggins,:14 Central
Ave., Hartford, Conn., 19 and Do Tea at 4:00
THE. CHAT AND SEW SOCIAL CLUB will observe its win St., 14. lores J. Smith, 387 Shelton Ave. Office & Plant ,
Henry Williams 236 Park St.,
first anniversary April 23,with an AnniversaryTea 30 and Ernestine Williams, 718 New Haven, Com 17. MONCRIEF RDNear
from '4 to 6 p.m. An interesting program is Dora St., 27. Monroe McConel; 1130 W. 12th 2323 at 6:00. .
being planned. Marvin Black; 445 N. W. 7th SW 68 and Estine Louis, 1579 W

II X )( I. X Ave., Pompano Beach, 21 and 15th St, 33. 13th Street which English custom
Geraldean Harris.., 6117 Ardisia
MOSTLY ABOUT PEOPLE-Mrs. Mildred Jackson Pau- Road, 20.Clarence. .

line, well-known school teacher and clubite, Brigman, 715% Flor- is old er2'ti
entered Brewster Hospital to undergo an opera- ida Ave., 29 and Alice R. White,

tion which it is hoped will be successful. Her 743 Houston St., 21.
Frank Townsend, 5616 Minosa
brother, Joe Jackson, a school principal in Circle W., 28 and Daisy L. Peoples

Pensacola where he is also a social and civic i I 1210 Harrison St., 32. '". !H 1

leader was in town, Wednesday and will remain .

until the ,end of the week., _

FRIENDS. -'OF THE 0. EARL MATHIS family will r w:Mw .>d ff ;;

be happy to know that the senior Mathisprom- dl
ont he road to
inent eastside businessman .is :

recovery following an operation at John Hopkins ,:4-'

Hospital. He is expected to resume hia .. 4
duties in the near future. H /
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PAIN HART E., HUNTER BOTH,ENJOY YOUTHFUL, NATURAL-LOOKING HAIR COLOR

l m, s'AW.THAT COSTS YOU Mr. and Mrs. Willis Whether- you-. want the- excitement of a differenthair .r the jonlo/J's you drink todaywas \

LESS fii Hunter Jr. of 1643 W. shade;or,want to give new life to dull or in -
Eighth St. announce gray hair.-.insist on the long-lasting haircolorin born; 1769

5c 1 the engagement o 't the famous red package-Godefroy's

1i their daughter, Mary one Larieus package--therea It's easy to apply nothing,and else complete to buy. in 73 years before afternoon tea.CCtDOriOtfilUdU1tlqLL11t000CIQ0.iL .

THEyAREGoO01, Elisabeth to Ernest '
:: DIStIW lCIDOI en cams ItItIll SPIIITS DISTU1D mM can 10 PIOC'I.
ThaddeuB Williams of ;4cq 18 LOVELY '
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3919 Orlando Drive. I (} COLORS. .-.-' !

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place this =SUBer.J. I 'roY..4f Ollv St.st. Mo.
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Florida Primitive Baptists .. CHURCH NEWS"Musical


TALLAHASSEE-R ,M. G.
delphia Erifflitive .
of student activities, I
versity was recently Echoes" will be the highlight of the .
Florida State Primitive program for the annual Spring Tea to be sponsored -
Miles comes into the by the Housewives LeagueApril 23 in the
full of energy and with home of Mrs. Hattie I. Jamea,1718 Myrtle. Aye,
Rav.Hiles has servedas from 4 to 6 p.m.
pastor of the Philadelphia Committees are Mrs Elizabeth West, arrangements -
Primitive ;, captains and workers are,; Mrs*, A. 8.
Baptist Church nearly: Houston, Mrs. L. McKeever,. Mrs. Le Collins,
13 lean,and director 1 Mrs Johnnie Simpson, Mrs. Julia Starks.
of 'student activities Also serving*are Mrs.Thomas McGheeMrs Leola
at Florida A., and H. : : Comes, Mrs Jessie Eustey, Mrs Leonora Davis,
since 1944. He holds }{ns. Willie Thomas, Miss Earths White, Mrs.
the A. B. degree from : : Luella Helford
Florida A. and M.,and : The list includes Mrs.HL.JamesMrsECarter,
the A. K* degree from Mrs. Willie B. ReedMrs E. Meeks,Mrs. AlbertaJ.
the Ohio State University Williams, Mrs. Isabell. Weston and Mrs.
Fannie Williams. .
He is affiliated with The Leagues-Teeners will be hostesses a James
the following organi Hicks male escort.
sations: secretary of # # .
the Board of Directors The District Ushers Union: auxiliary to the
of the National Primi- ; East Florida and Bethany Baptist Associationof
tive Baptist Conven- : which Rev. W. M. Hill is moderator and Mrs.M. .
tion Hflciber of the I K. Heard, president will sponsor its annual
Trustee Board of "Florida Normal Day"; Sunday in Little Rock
Griffin Sem1narr Jmem- i Baptist Church, beginning at 3 p.m.
ber: of the Middle The committee has obtained the services of
Florida Primitive several talented citizens for the program. They
Baptist Association 1r 1r ': choirs and choral group of the host church will
and Sunday School Con- I sing for the occasion.
vention;American Personnel I Rev. W. C. Mitchell, the pastor will be in
and Guidance I I charge of the pulpit.
Association Florida Friends and boards from other churches are
I
Guidance Conference, I invited to attend the observance.

Florida ,State 'TeachMen'sDayApr.30- I _. .
; 2nd Baptist Club Stork
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Holds Tea SundayThe
At New HopeNew I Deliveries
K. D. Britt Club

I of Second Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Hope AME Church I Church holds its annual Fletcher, 4165 Lock-
observes its annualMen's Anniversary Tea hart Drive, Boy.
Day program Sunday beginning at Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
Sunday,Apr3130SamuelDrgytongeneiat 3:30 p.m.in the base- Jenkins, 2971 Old St.
chairman ment of the church. Augustine Road, Girl.
announced. Program principals Mr.and Mrs.Dane Lee, :.
Other officers selected will Include: Mrs.Na 1322 W. 24th St.Boy. i
fbrthis year'senm omi Grimes, mistre s s Hr. and Mrs. Thomas
are: Johnny of ceremonies; Mrs Jones,1021 W.3rd St.,
Johnson, co-chairman; Georgia May Mongen, Boy.
John GrifUnpecretary introduction of H.C.; Mr. and Mrs. Willie
W.F.Straughterfinapcechairman welcome address, Mrs. Heggsl323 W.25th St.,
;Johnny Johnson I Evelyn Brownresponse Boy. ''J
,sponsor ads chair- Mrs.Minnie FordHarry Mr. and Mrs. Harold
man; Willie Myers, I Simmons,solo;reading, Jackson, 109 E. Union
program chairman; and r't Mrs. Bertha Harris; Street, Girl. I
W.M.BlaylockpuHicitychairman
soloMrs.Mattie Brow. Mr.and Mrs.Roy Will- ;
Mrs. Agnes Jackson, lams,3919 Orlando Dr. :;
Group captains are: reading; Mrs. Lucy Boy.:
Rev. G. M. Champion, Mat his, reading, and Mr and Mrs. Arthur
Isaac Brown, Samuel remarks by Mra.HerthaMcCvlloughpreaident. Williams, 2060 Brady
Drayton, Johnny John- Court, Boy.
son,John GrlffinLeon The program will close Mr. and Mrs. Albert :
McKnight,Wil1ie Myers, with a brief talk by Benjamin,1950 Leonard :
Charlie CaldsweIl,John RevJC.Sams, pastor Circle, Boy. ,1
Williams,John McCloud : The Belle Waters Hr. and Mrs. HenryGlenn,721 : ;:
and Robert Jackson. >> Young Adult Choir will Line Street
serve and Mrs Rosa Boy.. i ir
Lee Glass will b e
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Howard Proxy's Seating April 26 ;1 1

)- HINGTOND.C.Dr.. ly erred as dean of 7
33RD AND James Madison Nabrit the Howard Law School F
.. Jr.vill be installed was elected to the ;
HOUSES : foraerly as fourteenth presidency of the D&f'f'j
: president of Howard tion's largest I
:: SMALL D !University during :Inaugural dominantly Negro in? '
ceremoniesKedneadapApril stitution of higher
Salesmen 26th, learning last June.He
12 NOON at 10 ..m. The ezergames has headed the University -
will be held on since. July 1,
SATURDAYS caspus at Craton 1960when be succeeded
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auditorial, Sixth and Dr.Mordecal W.Johnson
Fairmont Streets who retired after 34leers
MORRIS Dr.Nabrit, o former- as president.EVANGELIST .
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Fimily ilit tots (of 10 SufferingSickNeed
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SHRIMP IOAT See MOTHER ROBERTS She has the God-Given Powerto

URGE MULLET ... I heal by Prayer. Guarantees to heal the sick and the
MEDIUM MULLET : I ailing, but there .is no pity for those who know theyare
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MEDIUM FLOUNDER look fa WUto SIp wWi tfl&n.Head and th..nun* Moth*Rotate
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.'.fln, THE FLORIDA. STAB 1 I Saturday, April 22, 1961

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DA's Minstrel docker Operetta I Urban League Guild Slated
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i Monday Nit.The .

( "Wedding t Bella11 will Bridge And Whist TourneyA

Physical Education ring Monday April
Department o f 24th at 8:00 p.aunhen Whist and Progressive Bridge tourney slated

Douglas Anderson High the Eleeentary Depart for Staurday, April 29 a nd beginning at 7:30

School will present ment, presents its annual p.m. at Wilder Park has been announced by the

5ta first annuAl"Minstrel operetta, "The Urban League Guild.
Show" Monday. Wedding of The ELowBrsP Individual and club members may register now
April 24th at 7:4Sp.m. in the school care- 4 + '' f. F for the gvent! .which will feature: the" .awarding

in the school's gym- tori,.. : bii : of 'a special club trophy and the -serving -
torium. Yariotsa committees -RI srefresnments/A' special club trophy
l --- ___ will be given eligible club members with a
The affair proais e a are wzidx untiringlyto .
to be one of the most t make this an' evening minim: of four players
hilarious affairs of" of real enjoyment. I -N ; & Mrs. Essie McCray. president of the Urban

II the school tern and The program will feature League Guild which is sponsoring the event
will feature Nathaniel songs and 'dances stated that the tournament is another projectto

Wesley as InterlDCuter; of the flowers in gay aid the Jacksonville Urban League's cur-
Charles Shepard and costu&es --- -- -- ', rent fund drive.* The Guild sponsored last
Richard Oliver as Hr. Please mark this dateon FAMU KAPPAS HAKE AWAhu-rne-Aipna Xi Chapter Kappa Alpha PIli,Florida year's colorful Urban League Variety Show at

Bones a nd Mr. Tambo. your calendar as a A. and H. University, honored two of its brothers during its annual the Duval Armory which proved one of the social -
two world famous: ". Guide Right Program. Coach Howard Gentry (left) of Tennessee A.and I. highlights of the season.

Man"; Benjamin Davis, Mrs. L. W. Williams State University, speaker for the occasionlooks while James Eaton,
Marvin Unite, Reuben is Chairman chapter adviser and A. and H. instructor in history and geography, Stanton Club
Mrs. R. Kirklin and presents a $25 award to Henry Latimer (far right) of Jacksonville for Hair Stylists.Perform

Mobley, and ErneetBrooks James Jones are the being ,the brother who maintained the highest average for the first Slates Show

will render public relations committee semester. Also looking on is Charles Williams who received a$25 award Mom
I songs as the warbling for being ,the most outstanding brother. Hr. Williams is from Pontiac Monday NightWith
I Dragon) QuartetPJames Mich. (FAMU staff photo by Horace Jones Jr.)
?Pauling will play a -J .numerous talen-
,
I Cited
truapet solo that you Scout ted students servingas
1 t e0. 4A Scout District .
will long remember; k I:'. : '- ; principals, Stan-
I Jacob Jones and John- Y r h Meets, April, 24 ton Dad'a Club pre-

nie Bryant will sing r + r _. sents its simulatedBig
tenor solos, and the The district meeting Broadcast Show
Buck and Swing dance of the Cherokee D i strict Monday night, starting

team will feature North Florida at 8 o'clock in

Johnnie Carter a nd a 0 t' 3f Council Boy Scouts of the school auditorium
IV mysterious "Little America will be held Show features will

Girl Singer-am SWing- Monday April 24, at : --- include Clayborne Hill
er" who will win your 7:30 p.m. in Ebenezer and: his Playboys Com-
Methodist Church. bo group singing and
hearts with their cle- ,
n Rev. A. J. Hughes
ver choreography.These : dancing and individual
District chairman is
and other MRS. CALLTK JACKSON stars.
many
1 ( fine acts will be performed sr P k_ 'rsi T .a. asking each church to Wellknown Hair Stylist Elizabeth Terry will

E for your pleas have its institutional'representative orate, monologuist

j ure it y o u will make 4 x and one Mrs. Gallia Jackson i Jessie Plue;the Stan-
.
A
-
I it your business to be 1 Pr y'G additional representative will be one of the tonettes, and others

{ on hand at the First -present numerous ladies model- will present the calypso

I Douglas Anderson Min The importance o f ing the latest cur- Hully Gully,
'j strel. This affair is this meeting is being rent hair styles when and additional acts

t being directed by Nathaniel emphasized because it i the Beauticians and The show wjn be nar-

S. Washingtonwho RALPH MONROE CROWNED QUE ft-Miss Tanya Ann Harris of Pensa- will deal directlywith Barbers Union presenta rated by Mrs. Al Fer-
...Receives Citation the future of
is ably assistedby cola, Fla, recently reigned as 1961 Spring seasonal showing guson and Mrs.Theresa
/ Harold 0. HairEd- Sports Carnival Queen at Florida A.and M. University scouting in the Cherokee Monday Dig ht at 8:30 McKay.

ward JoynerMiss I.L. DURING impressive Miss Harris is a freshman', nursing education District.The o'clock in Elks Audi Tickets are now on
Logan, Mrs. Mildred ceremonies held Sunday major and is the daughter of Y .Edith Den Mothers torium,1 W.Duval St. sale and the box office -

Pauline, Mrs. JewelHoloxayr afternoon in St.John's Harris of New York City. Workshop is scheduledfor Other models will include opens at 6:4Sp.m.
I and CharlesWalkerIntern.Tickets Cathedral, Star Scout May 13from 9a.m. Mrs. Betty Jean Monday The public is
Ralph Monroe was one to 12 noon. All Den DaileyJohnnie RogersMrs. invited.

S are now on sale. of five North Florida Mothers are urged to Georgia Bell.
r 5 Council members t" o take advantage of the MitchellMiss Cathrine

receive the vaunted workshop.All Sirlin, Mrs. Ona Lee

Silver Beaver award. S centers, and. Brookseind Miss Betty GOOD sojv
; ; i ieMieas
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1 : r .: Award'presentations II i those who are inter- Jean & che.The public Cleaner*
were made by Bishop fay e ested in scouting are is invited.
'
'h' .r -
.,t: Hamilton Westprelateof reminded of the exposition PICK UP a DELIVERY
.. the EpiscopalChurchState which will be .
'. of Florida I held at the Gator Bowl HELP WANTED TWO LOCATIONS TO

Scout Monroethe Saturday April 22 Activities Hlfb-ClAM petite iieep-la Jobs BOW waitiafla SERVE IOU
of Mr. and Mrs. N. T. City or Lone blind tot DI.&S4
son
win beginat botucktcptrs cad cook with refutaee&W.ekty
tfUry to $50 and op. Writ:.
James Johnson 1877
3 p.m. and end at Domestic, Box 444 4954 CLEVELAND ROAD
College, serves with 9 p.m. Westbury L.I.. N.Y. ._ *:
Jax Troop 43. He is a -
The units
are urged. 1055 POWHATTEN STREET
member of the Junior to sell their tickets U
Ir'- class New Stanton PM. EL 4-0047
a and make an early re HELP WANTEDHELP
Senior School.
High FAMU PROFESSOR HONORED--Dr. S.Randolph Edmonds port. A good sale of WANTED-First
Market
(seated), professor of speech and drama and tickets and a report baker; top salary. First class-class
.
r turned in within maids and cooks for of' RItIIS for Rut
FOOT OF WEST smm SJJN.-.8AT.. head of the department at Florida* A&M Univer- one town. Top salary. out
t sity, displays his plaque to members of) his week after the exposi- Experienced? broiler cook,maids ROOM
', BEAVER ST. VIADUCT rr LEGIOOFIHE department. The FAMU dramatist was honored dur- tion will give 10 per and butlers. '..room, couple FOR only.RENT Nice-Large location -

t : ing the silver anniversary. of the 4 National cent of the ticket OPEN DAILY 9A.M.-5P.M. I I EL ,57275.all conveniences. Phone

PORK CHOPS 1:' Association of Dramatic and Speech Arts of sales for the unit. A. Fidelity
NH b which he is the founder and a past'pr siden check in later than a FURNISHED. Children or unfurnishedroom.

II for $1 JO 'I -==r The meeting was held at T kegeenStifUte re- week will allow only EMPLOYMENT AGENCY EL 56096. welcome.. Cau

: ':." _.. ,cently. Shown here with Dr. Edmonds ..areFAMU,. 5 per cent o f the 1832 MYRTLE EL 3-9337 I
Freh' V '. Plus 2nd..Big..UitAUDIE ,speech and drama"department members BlH' Mir' 'H. ticket sales. roa MT-HOMH -....
i
.. MURPHY IK Boulware and Miss Sandra Williams. Many attractions will BOYSEARN HOUSE FOR RENT-7 2 room

'1. Sausage Ibs..$1. "TO HELL AND BACK"IOOSEVBT } (FAKU staff photo by Horace Jones Jr. ) be exhibited at the house Children completely allowed. Only furnished.nice
: SUH.TUEa11m -- -- exposition that will people apply. $25 a week
HITS- be MORE month's rent in advance. 2650
I Kindergarten interesting and Firestone Rd. Phone SP 16656.
Play
SPARE RIBS educational. All pro CAH

?f OMTH I IJ Monday At EWC ceeds from the exposi- UNFURNISHED APT. for rent
--429 West
18th St. Modern
3Ibil.N DRAGON J tion will be used to : SELLING : 2-bedroom. kitchen equip. Hot
water heater; stove; Frigidaire
The Hone Mission KindergartEn extend the camping T/ie Florida Star and space heater. Apply 1643
will program. Main Street.
iicoi3His.S1.ii I presenta
ANDANTHONT play entitled"From Mothers and fathers -

ii fresh QUINN IN Cradle t o College" who are interested in

"THE ,RIDE BACK" Monday nightApril 24 the Scouting programare Iq EVANGELISTRev.
45c I Ib.
PLUS"MURDER
HAMS at 8 p.m. in the Seminary asked to support
WI INC." Building auditorium the units in their
MOTHER I BESSIE
EEF SttHSW SUN.-TUES: at Edward Waters ticket sales for the .

2 BIG TECHNICODCR HUS College exposition ",
311$.'$1. "HERCUUS UNCHAINED"AND Presented under the f .a-- Healer and AdvisorAre
I
direction of Mrs.Ber
Dr.Walter M Austin
,
'iii ]3e1 Ik nwIZZARD OF BAGDAD" ,professor and head of tha M-Johnson, super- Reconditioned You SufferingSickNeed
wm $575 Cash Hai NiteJ the department of e- visorall. former, .Kindergarten TVs & REFRIGERATORSEZ
1 ij Both concadcs and head children and TIME PAYMENTS Advice?

FIST STABTS tennis co a ch at their parents are .requested DAVIS SUPPLY CO. See MOTHER BESSIE! She has the God-Given Power

RIIw1P RITZ SUNDAY Florida A.and H. Uni- 7:30 to clock.be presentat 1349 Davis St.-EL 45838 to heal by Prayer. Guarantees to heal the sick and the

rersity recently completed The,Duval Cqmty:'Kinr: NEW CONSTRUCTION ailing, but there is no pity for those who know they!
all
require- dergarCen' "Te, a chers* are in hard luck and don't corn to, see MOTHER
aents for the Ph.D. ROOM
i degree in marketing Association- will be ADDITIONS BESSIE Guaranteed to help fIfE, lucky Numbers\
.liiAiiiiioN honored guests and w.ODEUNGD. /
} at Indiana University. Open Dally and Suadars from 7 in ih..morning ""*" 10 al nighi 1
the invited '
The degree will "b. Mrs public Jackson; stated., W. Sales Co: Her address is 1238 Cassatt Av.-Cassatt Is the]

conferred i n June, I extension .of EdgtwoodTk
1961. Dr. Austin received j WANTED Office Nites Murray Hill Ivt Mtrka4 44 gtt off Corner PlyMouth & Caa&tt.
F $? the B.S. degree I EV 4-5211 PO 4-4317 LMk for the IJI Y....SJ.-with th. indian Head i Mether....

%% rF T troll Southern University WANTED-Old cars for junk. Domestic. Box 444 Phone EV
99244
FOR
and the M.S. degree scrap iron. tin pulp wood old Westbury. L.L. N.Y. FUBTHER INFORMATION. 1
1MteieltMr.i from Kansas State tires, tubes. Call EL'' 5-8908., ..
i. Ii39 Madison Street
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.... Six THE FLORIDA STAR SatudayApril ?Z, 1961
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'. Term. ,', :". <-. :,.:- Jets -resn
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t. Probated: t.". -;' <...;, ., I S.' Carolina 9-3 Opening GamesThe

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charge against 'Doctor .,. Ala.---Behind the four 1961 Baseball
Martin Luther KihgvJr. -hit pitching of Fresh- ,season has officially
N ended x with, imposition men Reuben Bryant and opened in Jacksonvillewith
*
of a $25 fine and six Alfred LintzTuskegee the Jacksonville
months probation in Institute Golden Tigers Jets making their initial -

.. DeKalb County Judge this week (Tuesday home stand f o r
Oscar Mitchell's court ) won their fourth the week end againstthe

here April, ?.' game of the campaign, Portsmouth Tide .
The case, which belting South Carolina The Tides are mana-
brought national repercussions -, State' College,9-3, in ged by former infielder -
/W f ran Washington a SIAC tilt here. Granny Hamner ofmajor

ttt- ; 'when presidential Bryant of St. Marys, league fame._
candidate John Ga., in his first Hamner will be a playing -

F. Kennedy and J his: starting assignment manager. From advanced j i.
': brother Robert inter- i:: r pitched scoreless ball information

: vened ,in the integration ti for four inningsbutbegan given o ut by Hamner,
leader behalf to weaken in the the Tides will b e
.
came about last fall fifth when he gave up ready for all South
A Up of the Ftps! Cay to
j three runs However, I: Atlantic League co m-
onUUnfltai 70* when Dr King was arrested ,
Americans why auk -oa;' and jailed on. he allowed only three petition. They boastof
country and ear eonunontty h hits in his rive inn- several hard hitting
a bettor plot In which to ttr*. .noGeorgia driving F _
license'charge --- ings of work. veterans.

.- *,.w 6.w w *, 4.. .r. ... ...... The Georgia.. later Court. sent of 1''. With going the Golden into the Tigers most Hamner likable was one playersin of the
Appeals
NEW APPOINTEES in Treasury Department meet with Robert A. Wallace, the
back to the:, sixth inning with a major leaguesand
the case :
i Special Assistant to Treasury Secretary Douglas Dillon.From the left
,
it is believed
DeKalb court for comfortable 9-3 advantage -
re- Charles A. fiscal economist in the Office of Debt
sentencing when i t Dorsey, Analysis, ,Coach Allison that he will be justas
r if' Robert C. Vowels, fifcal economist in the Office of Tax Analysis, popular i n the
ruled 'thatS's original Figaro called oJ n
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sentence, of 12months Mr' Wallace, and Jesse Johnson, management analyst in the Office of Freshman Lintz after South* Atlantic League
the Administrative Assistant Secretary as a manager.
on the public Sophomore HurlerThaddeus -
works,also suspended, Williams of Mobile Jacksonville Jets
if exceeded the limit of Jaxon Is Hired I I couldn't find manager, Tom Saffell

MARION S. MOSIET I punishment in mis- iSPORTING IT UP= control. feels that he will be
Douglas Anderson .. deameanor cases. By Health Bd.p With the bases load- in aposition to match

,- Judge Mitchell said, 1! .SHHBHMH. ,BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON whatever the Tides may
We are proud,to salute& "This court wants it ed and one out, Lintz have man to inan\ .In the
Marion, ,who is a member clearly u n d erstood THE BASEBALL SEASON is now on in the big wa y retired the next two hitting and fielding:!
of the 12-1 class* that ,the conditionsof and everygame played registers on the record. batters, snuffing outa departments, the Jets

She is vice presidentof this sentence',are: ,Every hi ,eve ry error, every walk and in fact, South Carolina up- proved they have whatit
the student council -* that the defendant every individual performance; recordedA team rising. In the final takes in these two

parliamentarian* shall not violate any with all: good battersbut poor glove men is ina three innings, the departments.
of the honor society, federal or stateor I mighty bad shape and so 'is the team with all Dallas, Texas right- \With two strong teams
secretary of the de-* municipal o r di- ,..' good glove men and poor batters.The best pitcher hander hurled scoreless out there battling to
bating team, ecretary.* nances." on the team can be made to look mighty bad ball and gave up give fans the type of
,
of the senior class irj with poor fielding and weak hitting to back him only one hit,a single. baseball they don't

** fftfr Seek Entrance To up.EVERY South Carolina had mind paying to seeit,
TEAM IN THE MAJORS can now point to some edged out the GoldenTigersllIO. will be a question
1tit mightyfine talent the the previous -
Georgia: TecLATLANTAAlt among Negro players. why they shouldn't
CIEVEUND-Walter Bond, Vic Power, Jim (O Mudcat) day.Catcher pack the park.
hough the GrantWillie Kirkland and Valmy ThomasDETROITOzzie Johnny Re y-

names of applicants; .. Virgil, Billy Bruton, Jake Wood, Bubba nolds, with a tripleand 1 -
were not immediately GERALD GRAYSON Morton and you might add Chico Fernandez; BC6- a single,and First Uses Stop Watch

available for releasea TON- sie.Green and Billy Harrell BALTIMORE Baseman Peter Kindin- for Itch ReliefMrs.
; school official Having successfully -Earl Robinson; KANSAS CITY-Bob Boyd, Norman gall, with a double
stated that nine Negro passed Florida State' Bass CHICAGO (White Sox-Al Smith, Floyd Robinson and a single, paced .A.Z.Gracie says: I thoughtI
would out of my mind with
students have now applied Merit System competitive Juan Fizarro, Minnie Minoso; NEW YORK- the Tuskegee triumphin poison ivy go itching Then at my

for admission examinations, Elston Howard, Hector :Lo ez,Jesse Gonder;WASH- the hitting depart- bought friend Tetterine.Helen's suggestion My husband, I,
it to Georgia Tech. I Gerald Grayson was INGTON-Willie; Tasby, Benny Daniels, R.C. Stev- ment. First Baseman in fun checked the time on hia
w JL \ A spokesman for the appointed to a: staff: ens; MINNESOTA-Lenny Green Earl BatteyRonaldHenry Marvin Galloway led aU atop, the watch.itch Well was ,gone.in no Tetterineis time at

registrar's: o f f ice position as fieldworker ; LOS _ANGELES: Angels-Lou Johnson, Julio the South Carolina equally surface wonderful rash,eczema for fast,ath relief
LARRY A. GAOLINGNorthwestern stated that the late :in consnunicable Becquer. batting attack with lete's foot and innocuous insect
applications caire firm I diseases with t h eState MANY DROPS OF WATER have fallen since that two singles. bites.supply If you your send druggist 75$ to cannot Shup-

&. Booker T. WashingtonHigh Health department eventful. d'when the Brooklyn Dodge rs opened trine Company Savannah Ga.
Tribute is paid to ..School 'when 'five A Bethune-Cook- the season with Jackie Robinson playing. Many
tarry of the 11-1 .students filed for man College graduate, insults were thrown at himbut he continued to
*class Larry is vice entrance I Mr. Grayson also matriculated hit that ball like fruit on a tree. Many hits PHOTOGRAPHS FOR

*president of the Bible Interviewswhich are in advance were cut off from the outfield and turned into
*clubsecretary of, the part of the admission study at Tuskegee Institute outs. The more insults thrown at him, the more EVERY OCCASIONExpert

.Young Men's Council, practices have r yet he proved to the :world that a baseball playerwas

received sev- been scheduled, the out there regardless to the texture of his Portrait Weddings Photography- Bauqaw.Pusporb
*eral honor and citi- spokesman said.Consdousne. PATRONIZE hair or the color of his skin. Who was "Rookieof fly & Identification Photos
zenship awards. s, the Year11 that same year? That question is '.I ; Photostats & Commercial Work

.V i.. i.. d4.. ..... ... .... ... Two bars men look out' through the Florida StarAdvertisers easy to answer. Well, it was Jackie Robinson L f I 1 Photos For Newspaper Cuts
w n same One sees: thee mud. the one the I himself. Man look at the major league rostersnow. While You Walt
stars.Frederick Langbridge. Coloring & Picture Framing
a Let Us Take A Photo Of You
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THE OUTSTANDING JOB done by Jackie Robinsondid
1tINANCY not only the major league doors to the
WHEN YOU ARE ILL open : In Natural ColorAVERY'S -
y; You Seek The Best Doctor Negro players: but it caused one college president J.VERY
When Your Doctor Prescribes to say: "If a Negro boy can get into the
Get Experienced Pharmadais major leagues ,and do what Jackie Robinson has PHOTO STUDIO
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E. JENTOGS To Fill Your Prescriptions done",.I,' want more stress put on baseball." The 1674 Kings Rd.-Next to EWC Library .
According To Your Doctor' ambition of the sandlot the
Isaiah Blockerr one player, highschooX Phone EL f-7695 For Appointments
Orders. We Use Only rerthe and the
plj college player players -
E The Best '. '
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Quality Drugs At
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classifications
\ different
in toe o f the
Pepsi Cola Dealers Dr. C. E.. BlackProprietor
are proud to salute* game is to someday become a member of a major ,.

Nancy of t he 9th. league team. .../'" ? .
3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOULILLY'S "
grade.She is affiliated A GREAT TIME 33 AHEAD for baseball fans who .

with the Honor. DRUG STORE live in Jacksonville, Duval and ad acenti.coun- .::.4)'t"f!':;':; .tc-r. xi-: ,... 1
'Society,chorus,president -* ties for the summer.It it is baseball. they wont, "7"f.: :,
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of homeroom and* 1907 Kings Road ELgJn 3-8276: the Jets will have it. Leave it to Manager Tom ii,,.;:r.s1fjjl; .
serves as reporter of* A COMPLETE LINE OF: Saffell to weed out and replace until he has ?: .' .
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her district at Mt.* Cosmetics Rubber: Goods Candle: Sundries the kind of team fans want in Jacksonville. If ;;"1/.; "
Sinai Baptist Church. PRESCRIPTIONS ,CALLED FOR, AND DELIVERED players continue to, pour into the city flan va- -\w

She plans a career' of" rious sources, ,nobody knows who will nor who O fdrk
teaching. won't. From what has been seen, the Jets have

, *.. .1t r.* been tearing the old baseball apart. : '.
MANAGER TOM SAFFELL seems to be the type or. .
Listen manager who will bo well taken'in Jacksonville..
to. Pepsi .
rye is very congenial' fellow ae has been qu_.' r
Music-Quest Friday 'O a public relations .man His greetings to. the
1NibS: 10:30 to 11:00 fans who went to see the Jets in spring train-
S ing has closely tied him to the. fans. All the
For Phone.
Requests"' fans can do now is .wait. and see what the Jeta
EL 6-04 61-2 will do'under his leadership. 1

SEVERAL FANS WONDERED whether or not Booty

Brsgan ever smiled. He smiles. He smiles ,w a.s
MAKES/ SKIN BLEACHES the answer given to the question, but you will.

OLD, FASHIONED" have to soe it ethe practice sessions because -.
1, whn: 1O'e gets out on the field, it is all. ,.,:- ';
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business1 with him.. Bragan uses hip time on the ._ ,: .

*: Skintona. ,+ field watching playersIt may te possible to >,.'. { \ KEN KNIGHT :: -j;., ., ,
see him smile often when the tea* gets .all set ;.;-.rit.:' ''I:
., :..-' Invites You To Listen To -- !
lightens dark spots and start to winning some games, .
THE DOUBLE FLAY caSINATICN! of Don Bush and ,
"KNIGHITRAIN"S
c perfect powder :
I
base naManufacturers John Kennedy seems'to be clickins.!rat Don.Bush ..

r.r ct.pi.w Skin. can cover that short stop position as. ,. ,easily: 7< At 7:00 P. .M. Nif tl17-
N. I as a cat creeps up on a nom.:-'A:. sseas. .-'to-make'.

.J..b.. 'plays just that eaJY'e, :majority of the. fans 1400 WRHC14Y
who have watched_ the Jets practice .:are... :stuck .-
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of Posner's with the Star' ; : "
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Integrated( ay At eel; U 'G A Convened In Toledo I Catholic All-Americans .,

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Negro : N,4.yjr2tlpN N.M .P:176 M W::rLSMMryY. : a.ya w.Mw '
Successfully integrated, the Citywide Op.en' f a.tr LY l :e a \ ,t.'.iv....".

Table Tennis Tournament held last week at the '1.
Jewish Conmunity' Center featured sparkling play e '"h:.rrts: .. ..
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and climaxed with a ,Negro youths Wilb ur Brown & LI : ,.t
p Vocational School ,
who matriculates at Duval v: 4.
'.bowing to David Newman of London High In the

finals. .of the,Boys /unior Division'
The tit 1 e match 'between -

Newman: ,and Brown 'good fellowship. highlighted _. fy / .
the annual two a
the set to' to .,
was. only ask.r2 ::
days play.rU111fY10r. _4*,:t +
the entire five -
go }

games length. .Brown ii fC :T J i
won, the, first two Day' z :
19-21 and 18-21. : P4., i .
games .. .
Set For 6 h. : _
May "
with
Newman closelyout ':.. /.. A.s
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stronglyin the "L AM..
M last three contestsby .q";, rs a{. 7 7t ., '

; 21-18". 21-19, and r: '
21-19 splurges for, .... V \ : <, a..
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the title. ,'< -.i
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defeated .
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TOP BRASS-Uhited Golfers Association_ president, Howard Anderson, >
Andy Smith.21-16 and
+ f Toledo, Ohio,. standing center' in light suit,is surrounded by officersof
21-14 in the best of
three-games play A- i the national golfing body during, USA's annual. convention at Cincinnati :( J

gainst Robert Dusshe Jack Dukes, Boston, PRman Moss H. Kendrix, Washington, D. C., : f '
and James Morrow York .... ,
21-16 New financial secretary.Flanking Mr.Anderson, y > :' ,1
also collected
from left, are Charles Martin sargeant-at-armsIndianapolisNew England :itirl ;"5:;.
and 21-9 wins ---
the constant thriller vp, Leon Harris, Providence, R. ,I.,Maxwell Stanford, executive TOP FIVE-In their annual selection of the top

k -driller match play vice 'president and Eastern vp, Philadelphia H.L.BoyJdns; ,Southwestem ten Ail-American collegiate basketball players

between Newman, and vp, Dallas, Miss Evelyn Williams, secretary, Washington, D.C., MrAn- for the 1960-61; season sponsored by the Catho-
Brown drew intermittent derson, Attorney. LeBron Simmons, Mid-West: vp, Detroit, Mrs. Anna lic Digest, five of the total picks were Negro
wild outbursts .- ... Robinson, ass't tournament director,. ChicagoWilliam Jonestreeasurer players. Left to right top are: Hubie White,
of applause during WILLIE GALtIMoRE Dayton, Nathaniel Jordan, Central vp, St. LouisMrsParis; Browntour Villanova University; (Pa. ); Al ButlerNiagara
the sJd11f'contGSt... .....Big Day SlatedA nament: director, and Dr. George Adams, UGA's first president, both of University,(N.Y.j (center), Tom Stith, St.

,\\ NeWman received a Washington, D. C. Present but not seen are the UGA's Southern v p; Bonaventure College,(N.Y. ); below, (left), Tony
WILLIE LEE GALLI-
beautiful trophy and Franklin T. Lett, Detroit, head of the National Tournament Planning Jackson, St. John's University, (N. Y.), and
I I Brown, an attractiv MORE DAY committee is Committee, and host club president, ,I. E. Hayes Cincinnati. Hr. Dukesis Frank Burgess, Gonzega University, ( Calif.).
going all out to make
runner up medal. the former FAMu and president of Boston's Bay State Golf Club, which will host USA's Burgess is major college scoring champion and
Other Colored players present 'footballstar's 35th annual tournament August ?21-25 Stith ranked third in that category. 'They; were
pro '
participating iiI '. the only players to receive unanimous endorsement
annual celeibration Clowns/ .Cards
the tourney: were ,May 6 at his Rattlers Leads Conference *

Charles sportsman Parsons, who represented ,tocai. ,hometownStAugustinethe most successfulin With 9-0 Diamond Record Seffo April 27The Sifford Places In Southern TourneyCHARLraSIFFORD

Kappa Alpha the series Eugene sensational and
Psi Fraternity .in, the H. Arnold Sr. is the TALLAHASSEE-The Florida A. and M. University fun making Indianapolis
Men's SinglesCostele committee general baseball team has matched timely hitting with Clowns will.meet

JacksonIra Wright of chairman. .(Watch this good pitching to lead the Southern Intercollegiate the Jacksonville Cardinals
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Albertie of New Stan- uuiranteid. Ask Yearling' Coach Costa 1 at 8 p.m.
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Best of Tampa in the team's 32nd anniversary Sifford became the first ,member of his race to

LI ,. stolen base depart of their tour of participate in a ranking professional- Association -
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