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Florida star
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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:
May 6, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

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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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00407

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Sydney, Australia Strong On' Job Stand BiasWASHImTOOThe' House Votes Increa p r->%--'>*-A

"DonH worry I'U be okayS I getting along
alright{ ," was 'the gist of cables which famed na-
entertainer Billy Daniels sent his mother and tion's top defense '
;; daughter, Hrs.Hattie M.Daniels and Miss Yvonne contractors were told In FAMU School Fee .
4 Daniels here last week. this week that the' .
The noted singer ditional. laurels on"\' government plans to .. .
_ whose unique but television and the stand firm, on its-no H p |
catchy rendition of racial bias, policy in New Drive To DesegregateLunch State Supported Colleges .
screeni __. _
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"That md Black Hagic"brought --- --, -_:..._"... reference to hiring :

him popular practices on defense Counters LoomingIt Registration Fees Raised
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acclaim, was suddenly jobs. -
__ stricken ill in Sydney; Vice president Lyn- was learned this week that unless definite TALLAHASSEE--State university registrationfees
,Australia where he *i ? : don B* Johnson,chairman moves are made to open uplunch counters of department were increased $30 for Negroes and '$46
% had gone to stage a o f President's and variety stores in "the near future? for Whites in a bill, passed by the House W e d-
number of personal, .A Committee o n Equal an all-out boycott of downtown stores will be nesday The new .fee increases would apply t o
television, and radio Employment' Opportunity launched !by Negro groups here. I both Florida and out-of-state students.

appearances. told newsmen following A reliable sou r c e. The House is required'by :
Reports, so tar,vary Cf : a closed meeting said that there is a: Husband Dies law t o consider TOUCEWDET
as to the exact nature with the contractors possibility that sit- ; fees set by the State
r! of Daniels illness. that the com- in demonstrations maybe : Wife Held Board of Control. It William Cohen,37,721
Some say that diagnosis mittee had already resumed as a counterpart has been said by con- W. Duval Street was
phusicians reveal moved t o eliminate of the boycott. trol board officials cut Mondaypolice reported .
his illness as alleged discrimination The source did not. For HomicidePolice that the fee increase .

either ,sclerosis of ata huge Jet say, however,' whetherthe are holdinga should bring the statean Lt. Harry Branch, of
the liver or bleeding plane plant in Geor- demons tions! 'young wife who was additional $2 million the Police Department
ulcers. gia. will be conducted! by tried and convictedfor in revenue. stated that he was
For years, Daniels BILLY DANIELS the NAACP Youth Council -; the stabbing other Fees at Florida A. standing on the corner
has been a regular in In addition to ,his which initiated husband who died and University would of Ashley and Madison
New York's Latin manager, Daniels was earlier sit-in demonstrations this week, city homicide t be increased from $150 Streets when William fe
Quarter, Uptown and accompanied on his Seek, Admission which we.re* detectives rerportedv to $180 a, year for Cohen hit Ed Lollar,

ppwntown, and oth,,er, Australian: lour by,..., followed bj the August Florida students and 41, of 761 W. Duval
'top'night,' spots i n his'almoSt.1' equally.' To Classes ln ,-'-" '";':27''iloJigi9 Q. .. .:r' from $S3Cf to 45,76 for Street in :the back,:
Hollywood and other popular accompanist-. Atlanta Ga. In an'etrort. to help out-o :.state, students. and he also had a
parts ,of ,the country. arrangerpianist. Billy maintain peace.and order At the University of Imife-'in his hand.- ,
His s.}successes have Payne. ATLANTA, Ga.-Appli- in the city, the FloridaFlorida State Lt.Branch said after
also Drought, him ad- cation blanks for admission Youth Coun cil ',called University and th e Lollar was hit,. he
to whi te off it s demonstra University South turned around with a
; i Con Man Told JaxonsHe schools were appliedfor 'tionsThe Council has r.+ M t Florida, fees wouldbe knife in his hand and

Wednesday by; 111 met with Mayor Haydon I increased iron $180 cut Cohen en the neck.
Was Key 'Cuba' Man Negro students. This Burns and other committees to $226 for Florida He was treated at Du-
students and from $530 val
was believed to be the in trying to Medical Center.
work out a solutionto to $576 per year f o rout0f.etate Patrolman A. Jones
j first of the
: As a result of the vigilance of a Jax woman phase
and her neighbors, an alleged "Flim Flammer" federal court directed the problem. students. investigated _
The lunch- counter
has been sentenced to 45 days in Jail desegregation of
-
situation has remained Ivery Elps Jr.
Mrs Ida Bell Kirkland tne room to pnone tine this :Citq; 'a public I Receives
at stalemate
for
; ,in an exclusive police, and that Bar- school this fall. a
story to the Florida ton,evidently sensing It was reported test more than six months Citation FOr HeroismA
but.it is under-
Star Thursday, said something was amiss, the wholesale transfer now -
that John Lee Barton started to pick up movement of students ,stood thatPsome promises ICTTHI MAE BUCKNER: Jaxon, who seemingly makes a habit out of
who has resided in his hat to leave. was decided upon have been made. According to Detec- saving peoples' lives, was finally officially
her neighborhood for Some of the group' last Sunday duringa Meantime, howe e r, tive Captain R* B. recognized here this week when he received a
I'I'a short timecame to members started t o mass meeting a t there are Negro groups WhittingtonMrs.Lottie Safety Award for heroism.
her house last Friday restrain himshe continued Friendship Baptist said to, tiring, of Mae Buckner; 19*of Ivery Elps Jr.,38of 0i-0;
night and told ,. but he broke. Church. waiting:on action regarding 122 North St.,stabbed 4361 Jerome Ave., received occasions Elps, separate IIvery
rescued
the ,
her he represented away and when h e 'Public school inte- droppingof her husband, Horace the award during .. I
in the -.- ..
segregation : .f
Cuba's gambling interests reached the doorRich- gregation this' year,; Buckner, 28, in the, an impressive ceremony -
ard Bellaman trippedhim as directed by" the local stores: and a r eready chest during a domes- Tuesday from r'

:: :) If she gave 'him and the con man federal ,will apply -, to launch 'a boy- tic argument April 22 Carl J. Fendrickhead
\ $1580, he said he fell over the steps only to nth and1 cott against stores at their residence. of the occupational ,
would call Cuba and to the sidewalk. The 12th grades the first that refuse to deseg- Reports reveal that division of the Jack- ..h.'
make arrangements to neighbors then surrounded -. year. regate their lunch the woman was tried sonville-Duval County-
Barton and Atlanta is the first counter and toilet Council
have the winning and convicted April Safety; and
lottery number sent returned with hi m to Georgia City or community facilities and adopta 24 to a 30 day sen- Walker Loughbridge,
to, Jacksonville, she the house where h e- ; to have its fair hiring policy tence at the City president of the council -
held school,3 (See Editorial.. o n
continued.. Mrs.Kirk- was for the police public inte-' Prison Farm on an assault .
then said she gregated Page 2) Elps is employed at
land to murder charge.
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When
search by m. 'n. > the Maxwell
told Barton to return police Buckner succumbed asa Coffee
later and tell the man was rr result of the wourv: plant here. On April4Elps
.X\und\ to possess heard that two
her more about it. : no at 1:20 a. m. Tuesday
When he left,she then Identification_ paper? in 'local hospital.NAACP men had been overcome
reported the incidentto j.t was ,learned.. 4 I by fumesin a heavily -- -'"
the police. Appearing before, Honorees i concentrated, cof tee Elps Jr.
Briefed By Police Judge Jo h n Santorain I storage tankAlthough people from burning

Hrs.Kirkl&nd related Municipal court i told by houses here. However,
that the police told Wednesday,. Barton was NEW YORK-Announce., several workers not several years had to?
her to notify them found to try and attempt a before
guilty of vagrancy EQUAL EHPLOIHSNr! CHIEFS Assistant Secretary mart that Floyd Patterson pass his deep
when Barton returned and sentencedto of Labor Jerry R. Holleman executive vice world heavyweight rescue, Elps enteredthe concern for the wel
On Monday nightthe 45 days in jail chairman of the President's Cowittee' on Equal chaapion, will huge tank and fare of his fellowman
glibtongued con man Numerous Victims Employment. confers toltfa-his two serve as national cochairman lifted each man so could be finally
Opportunity :
,
returned to the Kirkland that they could betaken recognized.
There '
are reports of the NAACP
: top staff mashers on the Cc-ittVHrt: >art Taylor others
hose and she by from
circulating about the 1961 tight for Freedom
,' Jr., left,, of Detroitspecial"counseland the tank.
called in Richard
city that Barton bilk fund raising drive
John Feild of Chase ,
G. Chevy ,' Maryland executive The heroric individual
llaan his wife
ed one woaanouV of was made here
director. The Condttee. of which. Vice by Roy f
Lillit Kae&onTressWillUM and several $1,000 and that there President Igrndon 6* 'Johnson is chtlxmn and Wilkins, executive fuses also anda suffered strained from SUPPORTYOUR
are numerous other of Labor Arthur is vice secretary
cecretary Goldberg
back The two
other Neighbors to vboa'he rescuedmen
b
people *<*v Patterson, who node
:chairman has been charged by President.Kennedy
larten9 and Elps
hear story wore
out of soney and that1any staunch personal YMCA
ThTrap Is Spr BBytLit '- of his victiM. with the task of rt11fttt1nc die crimination stand against MiaadL, taken to local hospitalS ,
because of race creed color ort1Hl1 and all have .'
01"t1gintin

ties were ftshaid to report Fla
:: Hrs segregation, ... .
", irklii4 fur t her him to the.police* *. .. ._ Fe&trftl. ', 'aaplijaeat and on;Federaleon. ". Joins ,Jackie Robinson since recovered. 'J.)1' .,',.,s-:"-
Several .years ago,. ,, ,
!btst.d that she left in chairing the drive -
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ERIC O. SIMWON...........................?1..11............Manailnf Editor ; ,, ,. .., t,01ON i 4S -. ', passed in the legislature

ALYSON E. WISE.......N..11/11111N111.11H1/N N 1.1.................News HKer i ; :...-'f...-..
HILDA WOOTaN 111H1.H1111111111N111/11N111111.......Circulation. Manes : :;i .1 Florida's legislature currently in session is
-' setting some sort of record for enacting eitheraillydownrighL
r' MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: i -% N.R prejudicial or unconstitutionalbills.

2323 Moncrief Road....................................Phone ELgln 4-6782. c1r federates -
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I a Under the heading of [ There's only one
Mailing Addrtss: 0 sO i silly bills ,is the one thing I can It figureout
P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida. ,.. 'I' l vlI which Senator Ripleyof and that is

__ SUBSCRIPTION RATES Duval County'steered whether it would be a
One Year, $5)0;' Half Year, $3.00. dealing with the Con- crime to scrape off a '
Mailed To You Anywhere In The United States ; federate ,flag. This replica of the C. F.
Subscription Payable In Advance. Send Check or Money Order To bill makes it a '
punishable if someone pasted sane
JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA :
FLORIDA STAR-P. O.Box
}:i crime to destroy on the bumper of my

:, THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: or deface the car.

lit( .:. 1. City and County Civil Service Jobs Confederate flag or The bill that would t
f.; 2. Negro Road Patrolmen ; a replica of same. permit the admission
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3. Negro Rremen. of evidence gained ;,
.y. 4. More Negro Polka Officers : always unlawfully is one of
5. More Squad Cars for Negro Policemen told me the most unconstitutional -- i

j 1 I N roco 4w that a' bits of legislation
'er4 good pol-
; I've seen. To J
Jax Negroes Growing Tired 'Q\\/W. iticianalxaya permit ;r'i.,

I ...r by unlawful search to j'

- Of Lunch Counter. Situation. y3f ( make tries to a be a defendant---whether admitted against '1

crti play to as it is gambling, lo t-
k Eight months have passed since violence
) many groups
s erupted! in Jacksonville on August 27, 1960 asa .....+.....,,,,.:.. .- ...;,.. M\.f' Md a.1Y as possi- tory, whiskey, moon- i
,p. .r. _____ .a. .-'.wwaw.r1A.4 .:..+.\w.i! \1.'...:. 'VaylN.w.Ytlr.,r.. tr1f rrM + ..w w,.Yr --M shine or what have ,I
I result of the sit-in demonstrations which'l.rtM b1e.So, I SIMPSON you is utter violation
; out of unfair hiring policies and discriminatory suppose the good Senator of the illegal search
local MUTUAL RESPECT OF ALL GROUPS FOR THE OTIIEK IS THE CURE stuck that
treatment of Negro patrons by one law and the spirit of
; ,variety and department stores. in to please the Con- the constitution.Thiscould

Mayor Kaydon Burns who could have done much be the beginning

to avert some of the chaos which developed has of the ceration of a

made no effort to solve'the situation, exceptto Your Weekly Gestapo state.
help create a stalemate by his hands-off Let us say that this
attitude and failure to encourage the forma law is to be used only .
tion of an interracial committee to thrash Horoscope Guide in gambling, lottery
out the differences that exist. o and moonshine
The printed records will show that the August lt PABLO, The ASTROLOGER cases.But if it shallbe

27, I960 issue of the FLORIDA STAR virtually WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS fOR legal use evidence
f predicted the outbreak that occurred on that gained illegally(with-

date in' an editorial titled "Time. To ChangePolicy BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL out a search warrant)
If We Hope To Keep Racial Harmony". against a gambler or
In this our Hay 6 issue: the FLORIDA STAR ispredicting ARIES rr-w lottery operatorthenit

that unless the local stores open Born March 21 thru April 19 lessening of the agi- likely to come up a- furious, than you can shall be legal to
all their facilities to Negro patrons and institute gainst situations
tation which ensuesas in when you have been convict a person for
a fairer policy of employment for Negroes The rash impulsesthat a result o f this connection, that lying on a bed of any other crime on
colored citizens will .be rallied to a may be keepingyou thoughtless or rash will call on your the basis of illegally .
boycott against stores such as has never been in hot water, a actions. Accept the capacity for lofty roses. Take advantage acquired evidence. ;
seen before great deal the time intervention of individuals thinking ((7th thru of any openings of It is surprising that \
It is felt, generally, that Negro citizens may be, getting hotter if this will 10th). Do not miss a this sort,if they are Atty. Gen. Richard

have been. patient long enough with the Mayor, instead of cooler. contribute to a better splendid opportunity apparentfrom the 8th Irvin would promotethe
the Chamber of Commerce, the various councilsand Dignity,and important state of affairs The because of unjustified thru 10th. passage of such a

committees and the offending stores...... connections, should anxiety to boost your fears,or inability 3-80-99-15-59-389 law. Even as a laymanI
4 And that the> time has Just about come when enable you to hold earnings above reason- to stir yourself can see a multitude
Negroes must use the weapon they possess (the your own against all able figures' could be enough to take positive SAGITTARIUSBorn of-cases going to the
boycott) against stores that expect to take the inimical forces the major cause of a action (12th). NOT. 23 thru Dec. 21 Supreme Court o f '
-1 colored patrons' money and give them second that may be facing sudden reverse of Be rather restrained Those who are your Florida and- finally i

class treatment.Communism. you (8th thru 10th). rather worrisome aspects about expressing views greatest rivals for a to the U. S. Supreme
Another crisis in the (12th). that could bring offense commanding position, Court.

At Our' Back Door making may be expected 2-20-55-12-53-251 or retaliation or commercial advantages All I can say, g e n-
x to show up on the r of an official nature ,are more apt to tlemen of the
legislature
lltn-12th. ((12th-13th). be carrying on their -
Now that Fidel Castro has declared Cuba a LEO is: Gentlemen,
"Socialist State", bringing democratic, elections 9-50-88-14-25-958 Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 3-40-77-16-87-347 operations underground it ain't le al. \
to an end, it means that communism is You should find it than in the open Good (
at the back door of the United States. TAURUS SCORPIO legal or professionaladvice To Be Continue, r
now Morn possible to get things Born O t. 24 thru
April 20 thru May 20 Nor. 22 should be NEXT t'
of it is that Cuba's conversionto WEEK
The sad part done at a much faster
It would not be to This be week sought when are
communism has been a long time cominghav- thanwas the rule may a you r '
ing been hastened in the past yearbut Americadid your advantage to try pace for some time past. of decision in orderto of the opinion 'that 260551729265PISCES
and find out of free of are too vulnerableon
little to offset it. a way The 10th is the day yourself you
Sadder still, is the fact that while the the maze of restric- when a special effort the burdens or responsibilities your own (8th,9th, .-
tive conditions, that that 12th and early 13th).
of communism is gradually encircling
ideology may be required of Born Fb. 19 Ihru March 20
the globe, a large portion of Americans are is now hemming you in I! youbut you shouldn't have hindered youfrom 6-50-88-19-38-658 You should be receiving
wasting time and money in federal and state without the benefit mind when this brings developing your potentials -- considerable

rf courts defending the ridiculous theory o f of expert or profes- special recognitionand to the full Dec.CAPRICORNBorn 22 thru Jan. 19. support from older
racial segregation.....While Russia has been sional advice. The compensation. It Those who counsel and more experienced
1 training scientists and missle experts, state days when you may be may all depend on how having faith in yourself As long as you have .persons in getting at
lived to
and local politicians have been working on most successful i n quickly you recognize ,and in your destiny up your repu- the root of your
tation for
schools.. obtaining the best available ,and who also believe stability
laws to keep Negroes out of whitef an opportunityand on and constructive worries and dilemmas.
may be the that positive The 11th is
how prompt you are in an ideal
and while the communists are busy opening up 8th, 9th.and early: on taking action. The actions are necessarymay thinking, you should day to accept opportunities

new communist states American businessmen are the 10th. The cycle 13th should be a fine be in the right soon find yourself on ,or to engage ,
busy keeping a handful of youngsters from eating -' that begins after midday day for single Leos (Uth.Put love first the road to greater in building operationswith

at lunch counters of stores. where they ((14thshould) prove to express their devotion and all other considerations prosperity, and, in a view of enlarging -
spend their personally favorable. last on some cases, even to
money. to a special on your profits
When we consider that Cuba-a communist stateis 4-30-77-17-73-437 friend, the 13th-14th wealth. Along with The 12th and early

+ Just ninety miles by air from the mainlandof 570221862572VIRGO 1-90-44-13-94-194_ nicer weather, thereis 13th are days when a
the United States, it means that communism QEMHTI **- a growing inclina-
weakening on partor
is closer to us than we realize..And it is a Bon May 21 thru June 21 LIBRA tion to abandon yourself lack of moderation your

matter that should generate grave concern among You are not one to Born Aug. 24 thru Stpi. 23 Born Sept. 24 ihru Oct. 23 to the pleasures may be the cause.of a

all of us.Recalling. take kindly to' financial Tou can be much more Iou can .rely much of creativity and sudden upset that

that the attack on Pearl Harbor- restrictionsjWhen impressive when you sore on the wisdom' sight-seeing. Single could affect your
much farther than Cuba is. to the U. S. they hamper your style set the examples to that come with the Capricornians may alf domestic anh public
staggered us severely in World War II, it is and keep you tied to those you loveinstead yearsduringwhich the so take a more serious relations adversely
easy to sea that Cuba is an extremely advantageous I regular and boring of being a harsh disciplinarian hard knocks of life view of romance. 5-30-22-12-92-532
point for attacks on the United States tasks. Goodold You are have been fast and"Man's 820661476826AQUARIUS

In the face of the spread of cocas% nism Americacan fashioned principles, -

have but small success selling democracy a good measure o f Days Ar. Numbered" SPORTS
the world while one-third of the nation is discretion and the Born- Jan. 20 thru Feb. IS AFIELD

denied many of the rights guaranteed under its support of a partnerwho Health and Fortune Can lie Yours This is the week when
democratic constitution can throw ouch you may rise above
When You Know Lucky Days Lucky (:AMI'INiUnless :
If ever there was a tine when Americans should weight around, should your your weaknesses and
come, together and do more practicing of democracy make possible for Colors Etc. shortcomingsand show ymirV in a deluxe outfit
imltvil chance arc you'llhnvc
than preaching It..the time is NOW you to forge ahead Send $2.00 for your { J yourself in all your no ri'frijrvrnUnn on your
-- (lOtn-llth.lhe future Guide For potential grandeur. A next trip afit-ld. I If urh i b* ttuca >
Horoscope
takes on more interesting romantic,, a ttachasnt n bottle of purr white vim-
aspects late HAT Ii'-" seems to be very much car will .prove uxcful. Rubbed
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on :'the 13th. asking Fill in, the blank below and mail to: _.. on your mind, but on fresh them.eggs,Also it will, ,tend to cheese pre.serve -
this as a propitious ZODIAC Post Office Box 561 ; there also are indications wrap
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in a cloth Maturated with the
.,i.. time for you to,,,plan Jacksonville 1, Florida that an explosive t vinegar to prevent: moulding.A .
t and prepare for it. situation couldbe surr-tire fire starter can he
'7-50-33-15-25-753: Dace created if you are made fromof all thin n-a few
Street alraady wedded, or small piece of denture plaxtle.
CJL xcot tied down by a familyresponsibility. It burn long, hot and steady
Bon Jtrnt 22 thru July 22 .. .Date of.Birth -.--. and will,ignite even the dampest
Month Day camp wood.
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if Guild bridge tournament Saturday night

because they were, '"afraid"to compete will have a
reasons for regret Contestants, ranging from h Er .

advanced beginners to "experts", enjoyed .four ..5S r
rounds of ,bridge played in a relaxed atosPherer .r'S
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with a thirty-minute break between the second' fi

1 and third rounds for refreshment And,best of

all, refreshments were on, the house. Althoughthe
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bridge party.j. .c
A. Webster of St. Augustine was the proud 1 4,. Y
winner of the top tournament.awardhavingraek- :
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for the highest individual score among female
participants went to Mrs.Elizabeth SinaonsjWho
held third place in this division, as the two
top scorers were ineligible for the award because -
( of membership in the sponsoring o r gan- :
1 t ization. Mrs. Elizabeth Redding and Mrs. L
: Vanorian Schell held first and second places, %: I

respectively. w' :
Richard A. Wynn was winner of the whist tai

trophy.!
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S L'legro Bridge Club took 'the trophy for the -

t highest average score for club members. Mrs. ..
Lucille Clark, Mrs. Geneva' Henderson,Mrs.Julia kkt
Hazzard,and Mrs. Elizabeth Redding represented w

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Several door prizes<<[ were given away: and you as ,; a '

can imagine the surprise when my name was call- 1fY
ed for one of the precious packages. B.J.Jones, w '
Mrs. Lizzie Harris, Dr. Warren ScheU,and Miss C as # 6 .4 -

Thomasina Calhoun were winners of door prizes. nP' ?st'i S ,
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evening recently "in the home of Dr. and <
Mrs. C. B. McIntosh, 1009 Jessie Street. t S, -Y j ,.
Mrs Iva Grant was visiting player i

Mrs Alvenia Scriven and Mrs. Lula Courtney
qualified for club prizesMrs.Elizabeth Sioaons : k

and Mrs. Virginia Gray were winners of door: I "
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Miss Anna B. Minatee, Mrs. Johnnie M.Mitchell, '.1 .....'', .
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A 2528 Spirea street.Mrs.Henderson and Mrs.Betty 1 '
1\, Howare were hostesses. -S
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Participating in the meeting were Mrs. Norma w +
: R. White, Mrs. Lydia SweetMrs. Florine Smith, x + rT d :

k) Mrs. Gloria Parsons, Mrs. Sarah Nairn, Mrs. .: .3 s r
1 Deloris Mitchell, Mrs.Anne MclntoshMrs.Carrie

Parsons,Mrs. Josephine JeffersonMrs Margaret f ; ,
t Pleasants, Mrs. Ruth Williams, Mrs. Ha dassah 3
Bullard, and Mrs. Alma Johnson n
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Miss Coatsie Jones was hostess to the most ra
( recent meeting of Les Trieze Amies Bridge Club.

with Mrs. Margaret Sutton as visiting player ":..",. s
\ Mrs. Pauline Smith and Mrs. Ruth Bonner were \

I ,among prize winners. :, '1&or" ... ''
Other members present included Mrs Doris '. \
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1 Carolyn Miller and Miss Gwendolyn' Schell. J :
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We have heard only favorable reports from : ,
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority ninth biennial > I
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"Jabberwock". The theme, "Variation in Moods," .
permitted amply variety for selection of skits < I.

that were so capably performed participants.Of .
the four contestants vieing for the "Miss 1L'S,rq S( *.S

( Jabberwock" title, Jacqueline T* Morrison was 1961 GOLDEN CUP TOURNAMENT WINNERS' The Urban

victorious. Clara Roberts Clark, runnerup League Guild scored another hit in their long
Elaine Carolyn' Ford,Patricia T"11ml1'andLouise list of successful social events last Saturday
B. Polke were the other participants. ,
night when an impressive group of, the City's
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top card players participated in the sponsors1
This week it's the Duval County Teachers' an- Golden Cup Progressive Bridge end Whist Tournament ,.;
naul "Tropical Dance" which will be held Friday in Wilder Park Recreation Center. Attrac- T _

night in the Duval Armory tive prizes were awarded winners in the various t 4_

c categories, the play was spirited, and a grand T k +
time was had by all. In top photo, a group of
Guild members pose tor pix following completionof 1.

I games. They arefrom leftMrs.Essie McCray, I.S/ :, :
president; Mrs.Marie McClain,Mrs. Edith Davis, T\h"

Mrs. Alice Mack, Mrs. Louise G ui nyard, Mrs. -4 I r
Helen Wright, Mrs. Vanorin Schell,Mrs.. Dorothy- ; S cl
King, Miss Mozelle Bruto,treasurerMrs Helen

Robinson* program director; Mrs. Annie Mae McIntosh r l
Mrs. Pearl MiHermembership chairman;
Mrs., Bertie Arter, secretary; and Mrs. Janet i
Johnson. Other member participants not shown

were: Mrs. Claudia Burris,financial secretary; ,
ii! i Mrs Kary Simpson, Mrs. Rossie French, Mrs.
: Marguerite Keller Mrs. Beulah Joyner, Mrs.

Elizabeth Redding, Mrs. Evelyn Freeman, Miss I FNI Annual Prom Saturday May 13 C
Marion SuttonMrs.Virginia Longand Mrs. Letha y a ashion & beautyreport
the final of
Frazier. In second photo Capers Branham St.Augustine... The phase ,
presents
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college
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winner's trophy to Mrs.Elizabeth Simmons Junior-Senior Prom on by Dee Morrison 19

BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL.NATURAL-LOOKING HAIR COLOR club champion and J.A. Webster 'of St.Augustine ,Kay 13 will spearheadthe year will federal include a Fragrance is a fashion accent'
special service
receives sixty-ninth annual -*a treatment for the ego.
tourney progressive bridge award
.examination for There is really no time when a
Whether you want the excitement of a different from' Mrs. Essie McCrary. Mrs. Geneva Henderson Coaaencement activi- lady should be without fragrance .
1 hair shade, orwant to give,new life to dull or receives club ties at Florida Normal all sen1oraa1Hq.13; but good taste demands
M gray hair...insist on the long.asting haircolor winning trophyfrom Capers Bran- and Industrial Manorial annual Honors Day' Pro- I that we match it to the time,
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in the famous.jtd package: -Godefroy'a ham while fellow members, Mrs. Julia Hazzard the place and the apparel a
Larieuse It's easy to apply, and complete in looks on. Third pix right shows Mrs. Helen College gram, and the Senior twoor three fragrance wardrobe
one package-there's nothing else to buy. Robinson This announcement Class play on Kay 15; is enough to accent your dress;
presenting high point award to whist .
t and your personality appropri
/i-1l.-4"/J2/.P champion Richard Wynn. Bottom pix shows. Guild made by; President R.W Senior Night, May 17; ately, whatever the occasion.
.. 18 LOVELY raeaber Puryear and Mrs D.F. President Ann ual Of course, a heavy. perfume
f1/.z COLORS high point champions Mrs. Elizabeth
: suitable in the evening wouldbe
T"llmanregiatrar'torthe Informal
LARItUSe Bedding; and Mrs. Vanorin Schell receiving citation Eat-Together: all wrong at school or work
college. Oth e r on Kay 19 Alumni Day next day. A scent that
; sparkles
ood froy Mfg.. Company.35iQ.Olive St..st.Low....Me. from board member Frederick Wesley
: scheduled events for Celebration, Kay 20; with a cocktail dress is not necessarily
: right for tweeds.

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Deaconess Board 2 of Emanuel Baptist Church

I': VrJ will present.its annual Spring Tea Sunday tram

J i" 4-6 pm in the home of Mrs Iauri"innq,929W. "

Duval Street withHrs.Haggle Troupe as guest
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r1 r- The ladies ,of First New Zion Baptist Church'

', will bazaar all and beginning
.. sponsor day Saturday -
at 10 a.m. in the church basement.Hea-

I ax ;Y 3- bers and the general public support is requested -

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Activities for Emanuel Baptist Church
; A tip of &e Fold CSV *eetststeadtez groups
Y $to e.. TeW. for Saturday are as follows: Children's choir
t i'AmuIc&U, wu ___ oepeou
try aad oat ooastrad4 rehearsal, 5:30 p.m.; Usher Board 4 meets at
x* a better's'aestnwldeh. N... 4:30 p.m.; Male Chorus rehearsal at 7:30 p. m.

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TO .u.The Community AME Church Sunday and
.' Simpson Choral Ensemble of Simpson Kethodis during morning
Cleveland Street, have completed plans for their Candle ChurchX1ngs Rd. and evening services. Rev. H. Hollis Hooks will

Sunday, night, Kay, 14 beginning at 7 P.m. in the church Light Recital&ul1torium.slated for presentation deliver. the sermons., .
Program -
will include spirituals highlights
classical, semi-classical and other selections. The Quarter Conference will be conducted by the
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*, sponsored br the church's Choir 2Hrs: B. program -
1 1s is president ot the ensemble Krs. W.Langl.preaident.Hn. Rosa L.Shannon Presiding Elder, Rev. T. E. Shehee, FridayMay,
Mary Alice
......- -.. organist. other members are: Hra Anna Hooker Cook Smith, director; sad Krs.Dorotq Lang, 12-Sunday, May 14, with the business session

DELORIS JOHNSON Krs. Ellen Reese, Krs. Bsulah Calitt,Krs. Kar.r,trsasurerrKrs.El.oise WalkerKrs.loaa! Wa1ker, being held on May 14. It is requested that reports -

Douglas Anderson ,.. Charles Freeman, and Delaney; Walker. Rev. A..O.A1maaMre.LulaLimbrieHra.Etrincia Burns is pastor Iarldn, from clubs, organizations, etc., be sub-
mitted for
; pastor's signature on May 9th.

f !.. her Deloris last year is enjoying of high*. First Baptist's ";Milton Hood j'. PaiiIAiE 'Deaths * -

I school and is, active / Activities Slate The women of First New Zion Baptist Church will

i,:, tin several. clubs She By ROM Lte leaves & n.. Church Wofai And. sponsor an Apron bazaar throughout the day and
come
is president of the'. beginning at 10 a.m.Saturday at the church for
; BY L'Last QUIITRA'lYDm,
12-2 homeroom, editor.*' Lord's Supper a t- For New YorkWellkncwn "t..i.r.r benefit of the annual Women's Day program. Aprons -

I i, of the school's newspaper 4 First Baptist Church, Sunday's annual Funerals >> fish, barbecue and ice cream will be I

\,J j president of 1025 Jessie St., will Henna Day services sold. t
1 j the Loyal Twelve: Club be administered by I closed most successfully PARNEUr--Mrs.Annie of *

,I a member of the National -* ..Rev.C.B.Daileypastorbeginning .' Robert Sewell,. 1901 A. Illinois St. Holy Communion will be administered at Bethlehem

I Honor Society, 6 at 5 p!. 'nu scouting field executive BEDDINGS of Annie Lou Baptist Church Sunday during evening warship -

; and annual. staff .*. Sunday during Evening of the North McNEIL 1204 Jackson St. at 7 p.m. Rev. A. Anderson, pastorwill
Howard C. of
Worship servicesOther Florida Council, Boy deliver the sermon.All choirs and ushers will
: :w- 120 Jackson Road
church ministers will Scouts of America serve.

assist in the services A.. highlighted the oc- HORNE Atlantic Beach. *
7 cassion as the pro- --SylvesterRed) "Family Day" at West Union Baptist Church will
of 1624 Illinois
I ( Choirs 1 and 2 and gram's main speaker, LA St. be observed Sunday, May 14 throughout the day. i
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Usher Boards 1. and 2 and Hamilton 1.Cheatham of Gifts will be presented the longest married

will serve throughoutthe and his various East 1st Street. couple; the couple having the most children
IIH.t SILAS-Mrs, Elnora of
day com n1 ttee groups had present; and the couple with youngest child
553 W. Second St.WALTOPI.Mra.Maggie.
Sunday Services 'the prog'Z- functioning present.
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Sunday schocl efficientlythroughout
begins
singer and 1417 W. 6th Street.
Communion services at St. Thomas
at 9:20 a. m. with the day. Holy Baptist
G.W.Scottsuperinten- concert promoter Mil- Sunday School .begins BUCHI+ -Horace R. of Church win be observed Sunday at 3:30 p.m.All.
ton Hood stated 122 North Street.
choirs and ushers will
dent, and instructorsin at 93P( a.m.with W.D. serve.
't :; Wednesday that he Sweet his BATTLE-Lee of 616 W. *
charge..' Devotions and instructor's F
plans to leave Sunday 18th Street. The Simpson Choral Ensemble will be presented .
prior to the 11 statr,. a charge.
a. m.
VEHNCN L. SMITHNorthwestern by plane for.New York MARTIN. =Mra.-Annie 'of
in recital SundayMay 14 beginning at 7 p.m.in
Rev.R J
morning; worship will Elainepastor,
./1 City where he will 816; W. Adams St.' '
High Cleveland I
Methodist Road and
Simpson ChurchKings -
)1 be led by the deacons will deliver both the
? I seek an audition fora BROWN John Lucious
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; yr Vernon is working The morning worships future :11 a.m. and evening'aervicea.Senior Spirituals, classical, semi-classicsand \
singing
+ performance other selections will be featured. Mrs. Rosa
"J hard and making future rmon will be deliv- the Choir of 1717 W. 45th St.
f \t' on Ed Usher LAW: Mrs. Francis of Lee Shannon is president of the groupMrs.Mary
t .... plans even thought ered by the 'pastor Sullivan Television; 1 and Board 1 '
there is still a- Sunday night, the shoW. will serve throughout 1150 W. 29th Street. Alice Cook Smith,director,and Mrs.Dorothy lang

t nother year of high congregation, .choirs As an entre to the the day* HOLt4SMiss: Sheltie organist. MrsB.W.Langleypresident of Choir 2

1 .. 'school Club affiliations and usher boards will Sullivan -staff / Mr. "President \ Townsend of 718 E. First ,t. is inviting otherorganizations and the general

1 i includeHonor accompany; 'Re .Dailey Hood said he, 'haslatteera will, meet with the BmlEFIELDBaby ktts' public to attend eo ,. the_ ._ event... .. .. ..
1 r I Society, Bible Club, to Antioch Baptist of recommend ACE League at 5:30 of 6409 Lockhart Dr. *

r f Council and phurch,0dessa St.,ReQ ation and introduction p.m. Class meetings, i. McCOY-Carrie Bell of The Florida State Christian Endeavor League

I *' Glee luMen,. J.J. Jones, pastor,to from Gov. FarrisJ. choir rehearsals. and 737 Lee Street. with Alexander Cottrell, president, presidingwill
,I 1. 11: 11 1 ..L 1 i. .i. si share in joint services business meetings will WOODS Mrs.Eva Norton
.' Bryant of Florida; present a Problem Clinic Sunday, May 14
I Mayor, Haydon :Burns, be held during the of Hilliard, Fla. from 2:30 through 6. p.m. in St.Paul AXE Church
II t Week11'Activities State Senator Fletcher week. FLOYD-Mrs. Maggie A. Myrtle Avenue and 13th Street.The general pub-
I The Male Chorus holds We of St Paul extendan of 322 N. 3rd St.
i Morgan, the Florida lic is invited.
i t IFI its weekly rehearsal invitation of welcome -' JOHNSON -Mrs.Elizabeth -
Monday at 8. p.m. All State Chamber of Com- to both friends of 1325 Woods St. .

: members are urged to .merceFlo:3daNational and the general public .. Rev. Robert. Wilsonpastor of Bethel

attend the Tuesday Bank.Barnett National to attend our servicesand ATTENTION LADIES Baptist Institutional Church left last

t night Prayer Meeting: Bank, the Penninsular activities. Bridge. &' octal' Sunday night for New York City.

I : -. which starts at P 7 p.m. Insurance CompanyMay ... Rporir

_ ,, Wednesdaynight fa Cohen DepartmentStore Lillie;/ E. PowellChapferOES Send or Bring Your News

CINTHU SMITH Bible Study beginningat AfroAmerican In To TheFLORIDA .
\ Isaiah Blocker 7 o'clock will be Insurance Company,the FAYETTEVILLESUBDIVISION
j George Washington STARMain
supervised b7'the
Cynthia, 9th grade pastor Hotel, Hotel Robert Meets May 8th -

student, is a member* Meyer, and Radio Sta- Office & Plant 33RD
of the Honor Society,&' On Sunday afternoon, All members of LIT lie AND SPIRES STREETS
tion
Band of which she May, 14 at 4 p.nu, the WJXT. E. Powell Chapter No.
I" I Also A. Phillip Ran- 2323 MONCRIEF RI)
serves as section Missionary S ociety ? 50, Order of Eastern HOUSES Under Construction
dolph of New YorkCityCol.Robert
will meet with Mrs Star
leader 3ths are urged to attend -"
English
SMALL
Club.Hobbie. are ;aewt -* Arabella Calendar, SeitaerDr.Richard an important zr :; DOWN PAYMENT ::

F ing and president in the Moore, meeting scheduled for Salesmen
reading On
A. K. Rothchild Miss Duty
Glamorize Your Next
t church a u d itoriuzn Mond ',Kay, 8 at 5 p.m. Part y
Other organizations Ertha M.M. WhiteJack in the Masonic Temple With a Sparking Cltar 12 NOON"TIL 6 P. M.

** *; and the general publicare Kavanaugh, Judge 410 Broad Street. ICE o.
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J Charles Miller,Samuel SATURDAYS And SUNDAYS
invited. Included on the a- .
Wolfson, former Gov. PUNCHIOWL
Llsien to Pepsi First Baptist extends genda will be the
Fuller
the hand of Warren and 'anddiscussion
fellowship reading 'a MORRIS
r Music-Quest Friday to all persons I Robert Neighbor, and of reports from the CONSTR. CO.

r A Kites, 10:30 to 11:00 wishing to attend its Morocco Jim EdmondsonMi88 Temple. Grand Ledge Matron r 4791 ORTEGA. BLVD.. :-: PO 8-4291

t I For Phone Req'uestst weekly activities Dorothy Height and. Mamie Beale is requesting -- -

t t _- EL 6-04 61-2 Rev. Cobb of Chicago. tendance of a the full chap at- tl Applied Christianity Spiritual.Churches, Inc."
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; CARD.OF THANKS While visiting i n ter's membership.Mrs. PrtMnffng
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1"" "THE GOD"trom'c.at
H ;o the iany Friends Philadelphia, Mister CoI >.coast
.who were consoling Hood will reside with .
so I Spates SUPREME BISHOP W. SIMES of N.Y.C.
i during the illness his aunt, Madame Ella AH s...tI crystal t\uf Ic* IU'dt

.g iI I IL. and passing o t wy Brown of 2222 Catherine :. Sr'ns' Afldy 14Mother's M.bowl and*'tfftcttwfsr.btMtifutfy tnrfvtrurin parties.diffr*nd.*.ncs.rtctetiant. M&brinens. we--.. Holding Blessed Service on MAY 7th thru 2ht. -8:00 P.M.at .
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: husband Bay I say St. In New York songs They art ettjinatl wiftiftowtff.
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fruit or trr dKMlti.r4 Brooklyn.Road St. Joseph
Temple
Thank tow I wish to-: City, he will be the will be featured when }rots In. There to fie "uu *
INthtf, Our strvlc Is carpi**. Rr. Fearl ZAclcAiy Minister .
..pecitJ.q'tBnk HiUaan guest of Charlie Boss Mrs.Nettie Mae ,Spates your Ic* punch bowl will to*dtfcvstsd Th.'World' most groUt Frophcl who U obi to h.lp! you la oil walk of
-Pratt Funeral Directors Singleton.Hr. appears for recital! ey..rc4.4s*ntf Nt uoforysa CtA j El*. Win bring hcrppn! a. .UCC tCl,prosperity your way. Thr is BO problem -
so grad toot it can't b.solrd thra tb* el Cod by direct contact
and pastor Hood also stated j power
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Sunday night Hay 14* BO rsettsr what it may b.. God is obi. ,_
J.S Johnson that his friends All Stosons t
Rev. May
L. many starting 8:30 p.m.' Spiritual Advic dotty 10.00 am.to noon and 5 p.m.to 7:00 p.m. at .
God's richest, blessings will.' meet Sunday at in African Universal let & Fuel Co. '-0:. ', WO DOA STBZET' '
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;Slated Meiyi31n. Local Park Ask For Campaign Workers

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The Brewster Men's Club, Inc., will sponsor
t 'An wide this week for
area appeal was made
their first Spring Fun Festival May 9 through
.volunteer'workers to assist in the Jax NAACP
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,! Kay 13 at the Myrtle Avenue Baseball Park
.Chapter's annual membership 'drive which i a
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first of its kind ever Nurses and probab17.th. =-w presently in operation'
I x .' Dr Hunter H. Satter'white
Brsrater Auxiliary .a v' -
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attempted by
menu
me mbership drive' BIRTHS
and they are putting ,
i everything into- it to Tickets are on sale chairman who previously

make it one of the at the Hollywood Music stated that Births at Brewster Hospital
1 Store and members of efforts are being
biggest ever sponsored
by a local group the Brewster Hen's 3 made this year t o Hr. and ?Mrs James

for the enjoyment oft Club. One ticket for break all past chapter Sanders, 5541 Bela-

t both children and the price' of |1 will. membership reco r d s, fonta Drive, Girl.

adults' admit one person for, said that all persons Mr and Mrs. Eugene

There will be rides five nights or five interested in aidingthe Lindaey, 1626 W. 4th

of,' all kinds, booths different people.for unit to reach this Street Boy
with a variety of one night. r W. year1 membership goal Hr. and MrsEarnest

ff articles in eluding President J. Earl are 'invited to attend I Young, 613 Florid a

food and drinks :and a : :Morse is requesting. : the membership com- Avenue, Boy
( regular midway for all who will compete mittee meetings which ?Ir. and Hra.AuaeellGregory
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friends to meet and in the Hully Gully .5 are held on Monday 2538 Davis,

talk. contest to-meet him -t..1.y._.. S nights in the organization Boy.
The featured attrac- at the Park MondayMay .,' 'a offices, Hr. and MrsCharlie

: tion of the festival SatkP.m. i Suite 312, Masonic PinJm81,3225 Brasque

,will be the City-Wide Special dance numbers sL ; Building, 410 Broad Street, Girl. .

Champion Hully Gully: will be given each y a Street. Mrand Mrs. Pernell
contest.The North will night by the' Gretel The call for indi-, CraneRt. lBox 253,

compete against the and Gertie Talent vidual member shir Tallahan, Boy

North, the South a- Dance School, Mrs. workers and teams is Hr.and Mrs. William

gainst ,the South, the Ernestine B.R.Cox and being issued to all Green, 1959 Broadway

West against the West Mrs. P. E* Jones in ya' communities eabraci;. Street, Boy

and the East againstthe charge. x i the Duval area, Dr Hr. and 1rs.John B.

East. From .each 1 4 "'' Satterwhite concluded James,3204 N. Myrtle

} section three teams Ralph Monroe --' --' r .... Avenue, Girl.
will be chosen t o Adult Classes Hr. and Mrs. Elijah

compete -in the finals. Receives- ,High CIVIC, LEADERS CITED-In recognition for outstanding public service to Bright, 727 W. Duval

The winners will be Scouting AwardOne the Jacksonville conxnunity during past :years and the present,15-Jaxons Announced At Street, Boy.;

selected from the were presented certificates >of appreciation during a special ceremony Mrand MrsLucious
twelve competingteams. of t he community's at the recent NAACP .Freedom Rally and 1961 Membership Drive.: Honoreesin Northwestern Copeland,920 Everson

outstanding top photo from left: James H. 'Lewispresident of the AfroAmericanLife Street, Girl.

A booth win b e youths, Star Scout Insurance Company; Eric 0. Simpsonpublisher-editor of the Flor Registration for Hr. and Mrs. Osie

sponsored by the Ralph Monroe,who is a ida Star newspaper, and Frank Hampton, local bus nessman. In bottom classes Typewriting: LittleJohn, 3320

Brewster ,.Men's Club,' member of Troop 43, photo foreground from left: Rev. J. S. JohnsonMiss Ertha M.M. White, Bookkeepingf Filing and Spearing StreetBoy

The Brewster Mothers' St.Phillips Episcopal Atty.: Earl ,M. Johnson, Mrs. Jannelle Wilsonwho received award in behalf Business Machines is Mr.and MrsNsthanielBrunson

Club, The Volunteers, .Church, ,was recently: of her son, Rodney, Hurst, now serving with the U. S. Air Force; now being held on' ,4014 Fairfax

,the Student Practical' awarded the "God and and Rev. J. B. F. Williams, Jax Chapter, NAACP president Back row Monday and Wednesday Street, Boy.
t Country" citation by from left: Dr. Hunter H. Satterwhite, membership chairman, and master nights Northwestern
4 Seminole Culture Bishop Hamilton We st of .ceremonies during program; Mrs. Mary Betsch, who introduced Rev.T. ,High Schooltrom'7:30 Mr. and Mrs. Cor-

Club Hears Its during an impressive R. Gibson, keynote speaker during the program, and Atty. Leander ,until 10:00 P.M. nealibus Smith, P.
; ceremony in St. Johns Shaw, a featured program speaker. Other certificate recipients were: Adults interested in 0. Box 304, Orange

State President Cathedral.The Rev. 'D. W.. Welcome, B. J. Norman, Atty. Ernest D. Jackson, RutledgePearson taking advantage of Park Fla., Girl.
New Stanton Sen- Rev. T. R. Gibson of Miami, Charles Brown and E. A. Brown. this instruction
.t .Algernon B.Bolen ior School I
High junior should contact R.K.
I state president Flor- holds membership in ..i$coufs Requested .Mrs ,Alveria Robinson Entertains Knight principal. liART-ttlRCHIlD HOMESIHEflNESrVJUDriNIACKSOhVllU
ida Women's Clubs
was '
the Order of the Arrow
the' guest of the Seminole Society, is president I to Register Now Velilocarolettes. At Card Partythe '
5311 PAWS VVVE UE
Culture Club, of St. Phillips Altar roi SALJEOR RENT
for
recently in the home Boys Guild, and also Summer_ Camp Velilocarolettes were entertained recently 2561 LEWIS STREET-OFF

of the president, the Episcopal Young Boy Scouts planningon at the Lincoln Golf and Country Clubby Mrs. STOCKTON ST. LARGE 6 I PREMIER'SMeatMarket

Mrs. G.B. Gardner.The ,Churchsmen. attending summer Alveria Robinson, ,hostess for the meeting. ROOM HOUSE. BfiST OF
members were anxious He is the son of 'Mr. sessions at Camp Coa- Bridge was played, and delicious refreshments CONDITION. BE USED
to hear the message and Mrs.James Johnson 'coochee are :urged to Were served. Winners of prizes were Mrs. A52-3' ROOM APTS.

coming from their of 1997 College Cir mail in their two Jeanette Boggs,first prize fHra.Loirrenia Newman OR AS SINGLE FAMILY _

State President.Her cle. dollar registration second,prize; and Mrs. Ernestine Pcole, third HOME. OWNER WILL WORKOUT FOOT OF WEST

talk ,centered fee :iimediatelyB3bert: prise. Each member not winning a prize was pre-, TERMS WILHRESPONSJ3LB -
around national, regional Los Diamontes Swell, camp director sented with a deck of cards by the hostess at PARTI. COME BY BEAVER ST. VIADUCT,

and state affairs stated this week. the end of the meeting. TAIK TO+ OWNER AND SEE.

The women were Bridge Club In The camp opens June Members present were Mrs. Juanita TaylorMrs. OR CALL OWNER AT PORK CHOPS

very attentive and 25, and cost per individual Vivian Byrd, Miss Martha Perry, Mrs. Jacquelyn EV 4-7901.
drank deeply from her Regular MeetingThe weekly will Hall, Mrs. Lillian DavisMrs. Lillian Stewart, 10 for $1.00
storehouse of know, .Mrs. Jeanette Mrs. Louvenia .
be ten dollars.Scouts. Boggs, NewmanMrs. APT., FOR RENT
ledge.Their attention Diamontes Bridge may mail tteir regis Ernestine Poole, Mrs. Mary SimuelMrs.Lorraine Fr.h
I was called to the Club held its recent tration fee to Boy* Daniels, and Miss Myrtle Turner. 1036 West 23rd Street

r furnishing of the meeting in the home Scouts Service Center, -- Apt. ft (Upstairs). 2 Sausage 3 Ibs. $1.

I Florida Room at the of Mrs.Fannie Bellamy P. 0. Box 6456, Jacksonville I Vote"ward bedrooMS, Tile Bath,

C National Headquarters with Mrs. Gloria Fort 5, Florida.Wedding WANTEDlUctaClau Nice Kitchen Cabinets,
in Washington, D.C., serving as hostess. Received! By HELP Sot Water Heater and SPARE RIBS
t prlvttt ticcp-la Jobs now wltf SIn
the, SoutherneaaternRegional Rounds of Lone Wand tot sUJ6, Circulating Oil Heater
\ bridge were BellsAPPLICATIONS N. Y. City or
Urban LeagueThe hou kttpell &nd cooks wit rdulDed..
Meeting in played with Mrs Eva I Weekly saury to tv *nd Br- WDomesUl r :' Phone PO 8-1760 3 I Ibs..51.10
Rational Urban Box 444'Westbury
the
AlbanyGeorgiaduringthe Rosier winning
month of JulyThe guest prize and Mrs FOB League =rived an -, ,L.I.-- N V.", FOR SALE
MARRIAGE LICENSES Bacon 3 III I $1.00
itizen-
"Girls 'Camp to be held Frances Weldon .and "outst ndL. ,
Louis C. Williams, 170 W. 4th award from the
I at Florida Normal and Hrs. Luvenia Newman ship" FURNISHED efficiencyApartments
St, 19 and Gustoria Cross, 1523 Fresh
Industrial Institute, winning club prizes. Pearce St., & American HeritageFoundation STRAND SUN-SAT, Close to

July 16-22, and the I Mrs. Katherine McKinney Johnny L Thomas,'427 llth St, for work ID Ufli The mightiest manDtnULU town. Revenue $36,000 HAMS 45clb.BEEF .
State Meeting i n was also a Jax. Beach, 23 and Mary L. .in getting citizens Whoever lived! Per Year.Will requirea .
Braden June 17-26. Wiggs 614 Shetters Ave., Jax.. to exercise their down payment of
.
After information guest Beach,'20. franchise during the $10,000.' Will carry
Abercrombie, 737 LeeS
John D.
was received a very Members present were ':., 37 and Flossie M. Sloan, 733 1960 elections.The v Mortgage on balance of
: delicious repast-was .Mrs.Wilhe1minia Hampton Let St, 34.Harold award was presented R f $15,000 at $12500 a 3 IbtSUO I

served Thosa present ,Mrs* Tfrnma Morgan, White, 111 Stuart St, to the Leagueby month at 6% Interest. 0
Mrs Frankie Summers, 26 and Ruby. L. Davis, 111 StuartSt. S oft
were: Mrs. Calvin G. Mrs., tHan D avis, 19.Bailey. ; David arn Call PO 8-1760 ,HENS 310 Ib.

W "&JMIHrs.Prudence Cohen, 827 Jackson St., foundation chairman.
Mrs. Fannie Bellamy, 21 and Ida M. Ellison 112 May
Aarons, Mrs. Susie J. Mrs.Geneva WhiteMrs. 'St., 17.Alfred. Hr. Sarnoff is chair- PLUS THIS BIG HIT
BlackKrsHanie Karma Annie Pell Frazier"Krs.Glad1's Woods, Jr., 725 W. man of the Radio Corporation NO HAM COULD fOOlT HI*... Center
inKrI.Dora Anderson, irs.1' Union St., 21 and Annette Jones, of America. MO WOMAN IOAOIY NU r.lOLLOBHlGlOA .
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Bzyant, MM-
''Mrs. Eloise S. Lever, 1212 Logan St. 21. t John C. Cornelius is, GotAv :
Luv tit Newaan, Mrs. Wellington Rozier, Jr., 1549 : !
Mrs Maybelle Taylor'IHrs.Wilhelmena Frances Waldon, and Davis St., 21 and Annette Wil- president of the ,::; ANTHONY Mvrtlc Avc iqnd Addmi Phone EL 4 146H
IN THE
Skin- I'' liams, 1480 Payne St., 18. foundation. :"CFRANOOSA..
Gloria Fort
..Ht r* "" :"' t Rk.N EST WORLDROOSEVELT
nerMrs. Hirneva But- ?Mrs MTHon Davis I David Bailey Jr., 1654 W. 24th Nelson ''C. Jackson 1 BQR6NBE MEDIUM MULLET 25e
r .t., 18 and Linda F.Lewis, 2532 DSt Di-; _ter NIT u u.
lerMrsLenora Davis League Associate ,
| will be hostess at the ; 15. LARGE MULLET 29e
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Mrs Julia 'Robinson, next meeting :to be Eddie C. Anderson, 1234 Forest rector organized the. Saa. 98c
z YELLOW MULl ET
uTECHNICOIR *- ROE
Miss Margaret ,Powell. held at her residence. St, 19 and 'Norma J. Howard, Register and Vote .3.BIG HITS u.
and Mrs. 'G.B.Gardner. 2141 Run St, 15. Campaign which was THRILLER SALT MULLET ROE tt 98c

I Wm.*F. Rogers, 627 N.Lincoln carried on by t he "SWORD AND THE DRAGON" WHITE MULLET ROE u.. 39e
Ct, 42 and 524.W interracial organization. AJilX ,
i b ,TROUT RIVER AUTO ,PARTS HOI W. Dna SHRIMPBOAT WHITING u. 29c
Through League "THE DEAD ONE"
1649 N.
Gea H. Williams LACK SEA BASSE'S: t,. 35eu.
Myrtle Ave.,28 and-Borothy: M. effqrjs several national IN BLAZING COLOR
26th St Court, Pal- KINGFISH STEAKS 49..
1416 'groups participated' PLUS
Two Locations To. Serve YouMONCRJEF Payne ..., .......
.. metto, Fla. 22. and
: as a result "TALL HAl RIDING"
WashingtonMcFarland, Jr., CATFISH u. 49c'
7048 W. Virginia Ave, 23 and significant gains >SKYVIEW 11JJI'.'TUJa.If : SPANISH MACKERELLI '. 35c
JtD. At GOLF-FAIR BLVD. Mamie Cody.11M W. 22nd St, were Bade in Philadelphia -
k 25. and Hew Orleans. YEll WA1S I RED SASS fer l.kln| .' u.u., 39c.
irnn Turns Hood At Trout. River Blvd. Daniel Brown. Rt/1, Box 316 .
r 53 and Willie M. Thorna, RL UJBo F_ Rtcon&Hontd .. STRIPED IASSOctonvitw 1r 39e
*316,'Jax* FUu 37., SPOTS 35e55t
MONCRIEF LEM TURNER Jack Jenkins, 1064 Kins Rd, TV's, A REF51GBATORSEZ enwa COLp .LL
35 and Faye B. Deajoa, 1124 W. TIMe PAYMENTS SPECKLED TROUT .QJdr. Vr4"Gfnuinc u
t PQ 8-4375 P044735 36th&C.. 23. SUPPLY RED SNAPPER 59eu. '
: Letter Mays, 1476 W. 22ad St, DAVIS CO. u.
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JFK's Assistant'Frank ftTo .. Former Florida Physician


,. .Address Voters' Conference cY-
Ay Dies At Tuskegee Hospital
i TAHPA-Presidential Assistant, Atty. Frank +
: Last Rites were held recently for ,Dr. ArthurB.
speak-r.3undgy Benson ,Chief Continued Treatment Service
A __Ii. Voters League, 'Inc.winds up ita two day state Y Veterans Administration HospitalTuskegeeAla-,

wide conference here Kay 20-21, it announced tit ilL baaa. I i

this week by Edward: D. Davis of Tampa, pre 1- Dr. Bensoa was born F. Benson of Saint

.: dent. -_-' -, tct on 'December 24, 1906 Augustine;his sister,
i Jacksonvillevoters in St.Augustine,Florida MrsGrace B.Albert of
'
and Boater James Sr _
and was the son Miami three aunts rs.
groups have planned ; ,
:of Madison,treasurer. I of Mr.and Mrs.Charles
an elaborate entertainment : will yTI _d Y r.a6y Louise Hart of New
Voter .leagues
,
for'thestatewide :gf2UL F. Benson. York, and M e sdames
: -
be allowed one, delegate u--
He the
began practice
; Alberta Young and
which
groups for each 25 registered __
r-wfl of,medicine in Miami
will ,also hold 'their voters. All ., Margarita GaUOW&)" of
election of all officers and later moved to St..Augustine;a niece,
local leagues are.
for ,the next two urged, to select their Key West. He came to Mrs. Jacqueline Washington
the Veterans Administration : -
years Ihder the organization delegates and to forward of Detroitanda

s constitution names of same vb Hospital here cousin, Mrs Janie.
the I }Yr.r F4 d} KK .7a in Tuskegee on April : Jones of St.Augustine
league to Secretary L.V. Davis bV,4-.r, .
rdoesnt permit the. 2212 N. E. 8th I 1,1947 and served as l .

president, secretary, Avenue, Gainesville. GROUND BREAKING FOR FUTURE HOME-History was in the making here recently staff physician until ft/W/c Schools
his
to
I'' and treasurer to succeed Fiesta Hotel, 1251Kings when representative Grand lodge officials of the Florida Juris- re-assignment

{ themselves.These : : Road, Jacksonville diction of the Knights of Pythias participated in ground breaking' Chief,Continued Treat- Voted Out

} 'positions, are now being ', Will be head- ceremony which will launch construction of the future home of the ment Service, which

held by Edward D. quarters for the Jack- Grand Lodge. Ceremony participants from left were: Rev. A.P. Postell; position he held until GREENSBURGLaAnissue

Davis, 'Ocala-Tampa, sonville meeting. Grand Prelate; R.H. Brown, Chancellor Commander, Samson Lodge No. 2; his death. His
i. presidentjLV. Davis, William Alston,. Master at Arms James Johnson Lodge No123RADries- service at the Veterans centering

Gainesvillesecretary, .t. bach, Grand Chancellor; Releford McGriff, Grand Keeper of Records and A d ministration around publicsegregation

Seal; A.M. Watson, Chancellor Commander+ Union Friendly Lodge No. 26, Hospital was high- i s

DA Maunds nan C/ioses *Jail Daytona Beach; Rev. I. McPherson, Grand AuditorBen AshleyChancellor lighted by a promotionto undergoing a wait

Commander, W. P. Ross Lodge No 7. Chief Grade which and see period
In Perfect ,Over Ball gave him the highest
(PHOTO BT AVERT) : here followinglast
possible rating in
Hurling Stint New Orleans- Six ,.ux,ry}. 'HX,!+r.Wv;S'Q .i H.0)tNyiM an.. the department o f Saturday'slocal
members of the New i':%.. National UL : medicine and surgery vote :in which
Orleans CORE remainedin >G:::,.'r'r,.,:rn.'+6.,',,}:;a '%Yff':}:''i''YF'>::.::F.,:.,... He was a member of local c i tiz ens
f John Walker an 11th jail rather than Gets $70,009 : the Omega Psi Phi voted overwhelm-

1 grade student of Doug accept bend on charges Fraternity and of ingly to sacrifice

t las Anderson High of "obstructing traf- ... A gift of ten thousand I Bowen Methodist public schools

School, often spoken fic" while' picketing dollars was presented Church. rather than givein
of as ,one of the most to the National
the Woolworth and Mc- ,. Among his survivors to integregation. -

promising allaround frory' ; stores.CORE' offered ):..'It'. .......,........:, Urban League to further '. are His wive, Mrs. .
baseball players in to furnish bond the League'sgoals Elizabeth R. Benson;
Florida, threw, a no- for all. j of increasing his motherMrsjCharles By a vote of

hitter at the Matthew Bond for the six Negroes opportunities for Negroes 1,147 to 57-only
W.Gilbert "Panthers" +::''':'': and C5ec1cs Stolen four of Negroes
was set at $500 ":=(. .rf betteringrace ; 4,700 -
who were the county relations. The votedthe
each but bond for ,the
leaders according to white girl ( Connie <>'- money was donated by 'Three SoughtPALATKA St. Helena School

the latest tabulations Bradford) was set at : ;''a the National Urban Police'are Parish School
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published.The Dragonswon League Guilda voluntary -
1000. Board was given
headed looking for
70. auxiliary
Recently, five CORE the right to make
In accomplishing this membersJulia Aaron, by MrsMollie Moon of three N eg roe s
fete Walker with the parish students
struck out Connie Bradford Dave New York. charged
,
,14" anthers, to match Dennis and Jerome In a letter to the theft and cashing eligible for individual

the. 14 that he fanned Snith were arrested League Ys trusteesjMrs. of forged checks education

the ,last time the while picketing. They, Moon requested that totaling 81,285.According grants from the

school teams met. were charged with"obstructing the money, which came to police state for use in

Anderson was victorious trafficV from the proceeds of Chief Zack private schools.It .
that time 10-1 the Guild recent
by a '
Dennis and Smith were was a Iso
Hunsuckle the
score.lhis Walker Beaux Arts Ball in ,
gives -
-also charged with learned however
_
< an undisputed edgein failure to move on." KENNEDY ARTIST-AlanKendrixWashington, New York, be used to three perscns were ,
that the school
the strikeout department Shortly after, Alice D.C., junior high studentpresents copy assist two vital said to have stolen
in this coun- Thompson -Geraldine of his portrait of President John- F. League projects=-its blank checks from board will not

ty.Coaches Conrad were arrestedand Kennedy to Congressman William L.'D wson. national youth incen- the Palatka Con- close the schools

Edward Joynerand charged with "ob- during recent yisit to the Illinoislegislator's tives program called crete Co., filled before the federal

Harold O.Hair are structing traffic". House Office Building "Tomorrow's Scientists them in with a court in New Or-
urging fans to attend and Technicians" and leans rules on theconstitutionality
check write and
public
suite. Sonof the Washington ,
the next of the popularly known as
game BOYSEARN
Kendrix has also' cashed them t
relations man, young a
Dragons which will be "TST; and its widely of the voteoutcome. -
played against the MORE executed pencil sketches of Vice Pres- heralded nationalphoto8 eight area busi-

Stanton"Blue Devils" ident Lyndon Johnson and U.8..Ambassa.cbrto ='aPI project, ness... concerns. .
on the Stanton field. CASH the U.N., Adlai Stevenson. A 1 a-n callednAmericafs Many .-" ---- -

Jacob Jones will be shared copies of portrait with Congressmen Faces." The latter is PHOTOGRAPHSEVERY I.C

the Anderson choice : SELLING : Adam Powell,New York,C harles Diggs, under supervision and Q'

to Stanton.start against The -Florida,Star: Michigan, and Robert, Nix,Pennsylvania.The Steichendeanof direction of of Edward American ()) C.tS9N
youthful artist is also an accom-

.- '- .'. plished golfer and currently holds the photographers. : Expert Photography .
under-14 title of the Eastern Golf <: .' ,4 ? Portrait Weddings B&.I1q'UUPaaport.
Fl- year
& Identification Photos
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WHEN YOU ARE ILL
Association. Hampton We/men f
: ;: Photostats & Commercial Work
it You Seek: The Best Doctor
: 'c" When Yopr.: Doctor Prescribe: I 'Display Power ""' Photos WhIle For Newspaper You Walt Cuts .

f '.; ",, ;,.. Get Experienced Pnarm&dtis Palatkan Held t & Picture
Coloring Framing
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=A': To FlU Your Prescription Pleads Guilty Hampton, Va.- T he \:.
> <: Let Us Take A Photo Of You
,'.,; '!}, According To Your Doctor's Penc//ng, Probe Hampton tennis team Y .t1 V t)1; ti

:x--;:::,: ,,!: ':: Orders We Use Only Manslaughter is living up to pre- J(2'l: In Natural Color -
*k:>" The Beet Qualiiy Drugs vAt season p re'dictions J. AVERT
Dr.C. E. BlackProprietor : after winning four
of
A
DELAND- plea PALATKA ,T h e'sheriff's AVERY'S PHOTO STUDIO
:.J( matches The
i guilty was enteredby depart- straight
natters defeated N.C. 1674 Kings Rd. Next to EWC
3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOUIILLY'S William B.Whiteto Library
ment is holding
a charge o f Luther McDonaldhere College twice 9-Oand Phone EL 47695.For Appointments
DRUG STORE 8-1 and followed with
,second degree manslaughter for investi- successive victories

1907 Klsg Road ELota 34278 in the gation into the over Horgan State,6-0 /'''-

A COMPLETE LINE OF: fatal shooting of April 12 death of and Langley Air Force

PRESCRIPTIONS Cosmetics Rubber'CALLED Goods FOR- Candies AND DELIVERED. Sundries John West, also of Geneva White who Base 9-0. The Piratesare
'
Deland, last week died from burns now 5-1 overall
and in the CIAA
3-0
hearing
during a received when afire

II before H o wa r d totally destroyed Conference
The weekend of April
Meiton.'Im incidentis
the.house 21 the Pirate Netters
said to have where she lived whisked past Langley

resulted following. with Cora Wells. Air Force Base 9-0, "

a tavern tour by The Wells woman without losing a set -.

the two men. died two later. Paced by former ATA

". Junior Champ, Billy.
/ Neilson,- and current

CIAA singles cheap, s

-_. ; ,fli Eugene Dcnen, the' .

MAKES/2#?SKIN BLEACHES other :3. to 6 ranked ,
Pirates played impressively .
sJ
"OLD FASHIONED as an unusually 1 I
large crowd 'i J:). -


spurred Playing them host on.to the KEN KNIGHT .

Morgan State Tennis

lightens dirk po! f Teen April 22HI players Invites You To Lutes t To
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perfect powder 5 :- completed their : '",
r base : second straight day Tt "KMGHT1WStsxtkf

31Z mgY without losing a set '."
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_.rase sma ,!THS FLORIDA STAB Saturday, May 6, 1961



IIWillie. Galiimore Day Set For Saturday In-: St.. Augustine 'I

-
Former Rattler. Luminary !
Mays' Collects I Honors {For Gridiron Star

To Be GW At Elks' Horn* : 4' Home Runs ,.7-.. .,'--Y1,,-f_ .' ". SPORTING IT UP!

... .:,., BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON BBBBBB
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ST. AUGUSTINE+ One of 'HIIMAUIEEFabulous j -, ,. -
Floridafa
all-.time.ath i.(; r'
in
,'- ,::-';. letic greats will be given the red carpet; Willie Hays joined a < : particular, and that is a Jet can 'flydifferent

treatment, here, Saturday. night when. former Ail'' baseball select group ,...,. ways It can go forward, backwardup and down.
r
vAmerican at FAHU and present Chicago ,Bears here last Sunday when :..,'J.; ;.: ; ..- Before the season started they were on topand
,halfback Willie Lee Galliaore will be cited I I he collected four after winning one game the were in the middle
for his numerous contributions to the homers here to lead t-
world of; but right now they are on the bottom.WeU from
sports. Kain speaker the auspicious program:) Frisco rampagingGiants '" '- all reports they are ready to evacuate the base

will be James Genwright of Jacksonville, well- ins 14-4 route ,4'- -?' F r u >Af i and start their rise to the top.
known civic worker and ,educator. of the Milwaukee ': THE PILOTS AND CO-PILOTS of the Jets are issuing
'' \ 4
'This) win be the Trophy as.the outstanding 'Braves. '? "' warning that the Jets are out gunning
"
first time that the player in the As the- result of his 1" :, i ",' 7'w..,, A'' z '3 for the Portsmouth Tides and the Ashville

nations oldest city Armed Forces Benefit highly impressive one ti' S- .. 'L yiY qtI .I.IM Tourists who have held a monopoly on the first

has everaccorded outstanding game against the game ninth atintHepsbecameths player in .- :. /- t --i; places in the South Atlantic League. The Jets
honors t o Cleveland Browns have had their machine guns trained on the
one of its citizens. The baseball history to r, first place from the Jump, but they have net
Saturday night be credited with )burroundtrippers ;
Scheduled to be held event is headed i" '':" T cy J been able to fire because the guns were ready
by 1
'-
in ,< !"' _
in the Elks' Home, general chairman Eugene one !: but the mechanism didnt function. They were
:
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program features_ will Arnold Sr.Muaic game. J....."hiri. '<. .{' shooting all the time but they missed the target
include presentation faye batting session h The Tides of Portsmouth Just kept rolling
will be furnished by .
resulted in his driv- -.E
k of an award to Gall- Billy Moore and his in along, and the Tourists of1' Ashville just kept
ing 8-runs
a mere
inoreand the
showing riding high.
Rhythm and Blues
of a movie highlighting four shy of the one IT HAS BEEN REPORTED that Tommy Aaron who
,
of Band with L.Mitchell game reCord.The Amer- .' ..>r."Iii.::r .. ", _., -....... for is
Jacksonville"
performance "wasn't good enough doinga
vocalist.
as
Dancing
ican WILLIE
the seven times World League's Rocky LEE GALL3MORB jam up Job for Austin, both afield and at
will follow the
i Bears. pro Colavito then with TO BE HONORED SATURDAY Former is not
Champion Chicago gram's highlight FAMU All- bat. From all reports, Tommy sitting
and the h 0 n oree's Cleveland belted tour American halfback and one of the present around basking in the sunlight of his brother

sparkling play against, homers June 10,1959. satellites of the Chicago Bears professional Hank's glories, he is going forward to create
some of the game's Dove l Roberts 1 Until Mays spectacular football team, Willie Lee r.1'of more, will be his own sunlight in the world of baseball. Why

greatest stars.Gallimore session Sunday, Joe signally honored eta testimonial banquet-award can't he? Is was done by Paul and Lloyd Waner,

who has Joins' Jets" Adcock of the Braves program Saturday night in his hometown,Saint The Cooper brothers, Walker and Mort, Jerome

been a member of the hit four homers July Augustine. Civic leaders,former associates,and "Dizzy" and Paul Dean. Just about every base.
Bears since 1957, is Dave Roberts, hard I 31,1954 the last National friends from all over the state will convergeon ball fan remember the famous words "Me and

co-holder of the hitting outfielder, leaguer t o the Elks' Home to honor "Mr Football. Eugene Paul."
team's most touchdowns acquired by the"Jets" have turned the trick H. Arnold Sr.is sponsoring committeefs THERE IS AltfAYS ONE BIG QUESTION in the mindsof

for one gametour.which Joined the club Monday Hank Aaron's two general chairman. all baseball fans and that is whether or
he initi- Kay 1st,' and was homers for the Bravesran not those who are kept or sent in from other

ated against the Los in the city in time the two team's one Clippers Nip flamingoes 7-6 places are better than those turned loose.That

Angeles Rams. for the opening game game total to 10, is one thing that will continue to puzzle tans

In 1959, he played between the "Jet3nand equaling the National In Sunday Overtime ThrillerIn wherever baseball is played and wherever you
with the West team in the Charlotte "Hornets1 League record for a have a baseball minded citizenry

the annual AllStar R+Roberts left-hander one game high. a most spectacular game played in equally FROM ALL REPORTS the Jacksonville Cardinalsdid

gameand was presented is 28-yeara-old, 6 CAMPINGIt's spectular surroundings at Sweetwater in the a remarkable Job against the famous Indian-

the Else.. .... nhower feet tall 'and weighs Westconnet Area, The Jacksonville Clippers apolis Clowns. .The Jacksonville nine was hit-
.s. sad who has to
172 pounds. He is as a camper clipped the Jacksonville Flamingos by hair- ting and fielding like veterans.Ever'one knows
learn the hard that wet
Uses Stop Watch '1 much at home on first matches won't light.way Here's one margin score of 7 to 6. The mentprs of both of the superior ability of the clowns as ball

for Itch Relief.Mrs. I base as he is in the way to waterproof 'em. Dip the teams are to be congratulated for their wonderful handlers and when a semi-pro team can make any
outfield. Last year match heads in clear fingernail training of these Young players. Manager kind of showing against a team like the Clownsit

.A.Z.Grade says;*I thoughtJ with Sacramento'he polish. The polish not only sheds Limbric of the Clippers commented to manager must be a fairly good club.
;would go out of my mind with, batted .243, Austin, water, it burns. in
Earl Martin on the superb performances of his WELL, THE BASEBALL EXPERTS are.. meeting
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friend Helen's, suggestion, I i canteen, here's, a tip that will (Martin's) ball club following the game. This their offices daily these days to discuss the
bought Tetterine. My husband Worth, where his batting chances from the D teams to the
in fun checked the time on his help you last to the next water was the second time these two teams have met pennant Single
average was .238. hole. in weeks The first Triple A and on through to the majors. In case
atop watch. Well in no time at as, many game going to the
all the itch wonderful was gone.for Tetterineis fast "fiO.OYH'ACHE ass-ais j Clippers 12 to 4 and Sunday's game also went a person would like to know baseball, he c an
equally relief i I If you canl let to the lug jilly called WATCH THIS CLOWN to set fire to all rule books team histories and
of surface rash eczema,ath dentist the best 1IXnc OP A.I .e'' the Clippers. by the close edge of one run ,
lete's foot, and innocuous insect vanish for you Is OAA.n IIcondl.-JEL.'Palo after-- extra innings-- j- meet with the experts in their offices, on the

'fcites.'supply If you your send druggist 75? to cannot Sbup- fMltim' 39u71-16 The most hair thrilling -.'' 'Davis to reach first street corners, in barber shops, in the shoeshine
!trine Company Savannah Ga. 456-6-985, inning -of the game Then "Rabbit" Jackson parlors and over a glass of What have
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$ 1I 7 3 i extra innings. The Davis safely to second. BASEBALL IS A GREAT GAME because_ i t gives

I f S. 1 explosive eleventh inning Flamingo's Stanfield everyone a perfect right to name the managers,
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1 : began with "Trick- erred Clippers first release the players, call the plays, pull the

shot" Washington walk- baseman Rileyfs very ', pitchers: send the umpires to the shovers,tire
30-44-55 ing and 3rd baseman high pop fly between the ownerslease parks close the concession

245-22-750 Stanfield striking out home and third allowing stands and sit back in the grandstand and look

after CharlteGoodmanta all runners to while the game moves on.
Sometimes ba'iSomatliMs .p grounded out.The Clippers advance Davis then DID IOU KNOW THAT Monday night May 1, was
Ht adds subtracts fct' dews had a hard time scored when first Robert E. Lee High School night at the baseball
H. work It all crowd holding status quo baseman Louis Johnson park and that all students were admitted free

after two hits and dropped another very The Robert .E. Lee band performed prior to the

84-16-42 an intentional pass to high fly a mere three game. Tuesday night, May 2was Paxon andlAndon
"Nick Malpress. "Jit" feet off first base. High School night. The two schools played a

Man's Day Odgen grounded out to On Flamingos'' side game before the Jets and Hornets took the

.the shortstop. It was of this inning: threeup field. Wednesday night May 3, was Forrest and
Are Nun6..d'nf&n'1 then that Shorty"" and three down. Ribault night. The two schools played a game

>.\ : .Days Are Hua- Jones blew the lid by Clipper pitchernRu0Trotter :: and the Ribault band entertained. Friday night
- 1 beredlKealth And Fortune driving a looping and Flamingos May 5 was John Corrie night. All students and

Can Be Yours When grounder between short pitcher M* Wilkins faculty were guests of the Jets.
You Know your Lucky; and third to drive in mastered the game until WELL KEEP TOUR FINGERS CROSSED we still have
%&\P>r** V f**>' ( K wwfrX Vv9 j ?"4< > LaaaT ** 1 V S Lucky Colon Etc the needed New Stanton Northwestern
P W your Ironist( einnot supply you 1|| SHAVINQ PO> DER fcoT' Days, run,scoring the first third High, High, Douglas
SEND M for Lese MAGIC TEAM MATES f |P.O.Box 3457?3'*Savannah..C*. Send $200 for your Willie "Hock"Albany to of the seventh when Anderson High, Matthew W. Gilbert High and
I.M.4 V Horoscope Guide For give the Clippers the Manager Idmbric replaced Duval Vocational High Schools. Those schools

HAT win. Trotter with also have students, teachers, bands and base-
Fin in the blank be- The third inning another righthander, ball teams.

loy and soil to ZODIAC proved to be a fruit "Hershey" W 11 1 ie.

Jacksonville bit Office 1 Box, Fla.561 I ful session for the Flamingoes Wilkins YOU CAN'T BUY A FINER
Clippers when lead off went the distance.UntilDonnis"Andrarrs.
i( yY MAMS
z man"Gator"Davi3 to short- KENTUCKY BOURBON !
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