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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
May 13, 1961
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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )


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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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University of Florida
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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
May 13, 1961
Publication Date:


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


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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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E )6. And NEWS SaturdayMay 13,1961 -Jacksonville 9>Flonda

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A, iI using insaneWoman Duval Board

Seeks Writ
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.7 -- In School Suit

rJ r J attorneys Duval School filed Board a petition -

Believed Still In Jax 't with the U. S.

.r Supreme Saturday Court seeking la s a t

S'V \Q4 .. .1 : : writ of ma.ndamus'hich

Insane Woman Taken To DMC Administration Bill Offers v: p '''- would District order Jude Bryan U. S.

\ Walked Out r "\ 11- SiMpson to rel*.r to a
L1But( Of Hospital '
School Boards A Working Plan, ;' : _! phase of a school integration -
r A 27-year old woman who had been confined \ t-4'-t: :' suit seek-
the Chattahoochee Hospital well over a four- WASHINGTONLegislation to speed desegrega-. .;: in" a three judE e
year period was the cause of widespread alarm lion of all racially segregated public schoolsis ; : '!.. federal court.AttomeY5 .

when she was reported jnissing__,____ ___ 'being sought by leaders of the Kennedy"aii-; .: }; Fred H.

After local radio 'Soc/d/ .Sam' Dies ministration, it was reported Ws week, Kent and Davison F.
stations had broadcast -' -"
have be
Dunlap en retained -
at.c r1'Yin8out
,missing persons Aimed c a Shot Gun the school
Of Heart Attack the civil rights Slayer by
bulletins for Hiss
\ Maggie Dawkins who One of the City's pledges of the 1960 Gets 304 YearsBOOKER the
Democratic platform, STILL SUFFERING-W. R. Wren, left,81,this week integration suit,
resided with her
aunt best known personalities showed NAACP Field Secretary I along with board Atty.
six bills are now yi Medgar Ever his
and uncle, Mr. and Samuel (Social e7 .1 +1 t Elliott
Adams and his
; fr hk arm which was broken by Jackson Miss. .
: ready for introduction police
Mrs. B.R. Dunlap at: Sam) Johnson Moore Mr Wren was son, Adam G. Adams.
by Sen.Joseph 's. larl< among group of Negroes peacefully
j' 1419 W. 24th St., the died suddenly Wednes- ; rI assembled The school board's
D-Pa, and Rep.Enanuel I local courthouse,March 29,
STAR was informed of' .
day morning.Mr. Caller, D-N.T. :awaiting outcome of trial of NAACP sit-in stu- legal staff appealedto
the incident shortly I Moorewhose (I
Magnolia Judge Simpson last
Every school board dents Police used clubs,blackjacks and attack
after 2:30 pmThursDiscover Garden residencewas March for
___ operating dogs to disperse group. NAACP has countered applicationof
t :....-. yo ,--- ..'..,' one of:*Duval- &Quntyfs -,,.. !IftSIic;'...schopTsTwoulcr, rttf, t with, "Operation ss ssii" '-an all-out drive a three-judge courttohearthe
Lead showplaces dur- be required to adopt ,!,. "Tto: end Mississippi bigotry. '- : suit since .
Upon contacting the ing the Yuletide season it 'a"s' their',contention I

missing persona: bureau was born i n ,: a six-months plan and desegregation would- :Depf. Of Commerce Official that the I local

at police headquartersand Thomasville, Ga. and : file it with the school integration
later Mr Dunlap,, had been a residentof .r plea was based a hallen -
of welfare. Speaks At Voters
secretary Li 4 Unit Banquet
the STAR traced Miss Jacksonville for e t o Florida's
This first t
Dawkins to Duval' Medical over 25 years.. s e p'compliance" N t ; school placement J.aw.

'' Center where she He was a world War would go The Florida Voters League will hold its State Although attorneys

had been taken for emergency H veteran, a member than into effect the not 19636 later _q&._- -_t.._._ _..._, Conference and election of officers in Jacksonville for the NAACP had con-
treat went of Mt. Ararat Baptist 4 T. BATTEN on May 21, with members of the Second. tended that they h a4
Wednesday night. Church and sang wit h I school year. Federal Congressional district serving as hosts to the raised no con tltu--:
technical aid and assistance Booker T. Batten, 58,
It. was later dis- its Male Chorus. meet. tional question, it
would be of 1227 W. Monroe St.,
covered that the woman Survivors are: Mrs The meeting will be' Ten year Old was disclosed! that
given each school received a 30years
had received Amy Johnson Moorewi- climaxed with a banquet federal court p r o-
treatment and I left district and provi- state prison sentenceby sponsored by the Expects Baby .
dowBernard; and Keith Circuit 'Marion .ce tlrl! involving the
sions would also be Judge
the hospital, apparently Samuel Moore sons; Duval Chapter in cooperation constitutionality ofa
I made for court enforcement W. Gooding last week MEMPHIS,Tenn.-A 10-
without having Acy Lee Moore, daugh- with Democratic state law requires
of all for the Nov.ll shotgun year old girl has reportedly -
been officially released ter; Walter Johnson, committeemen a three-jud ,e federal
school board viola-, slaying of his wife, entered a
and mitt
brotherand a host of com eewomen. court.
Dunlap gave the following other relatives. tions' of orders directed Mrs.Lucille Batten,59, The $2 per plate ban- hospital hereto await I The public school
I during a family argu- the birth of a baby
description of Funeral services will ,on them b y .quetor i 11 feature integration suit was
the missing woman:complexion be held Tuesday, Ma y legislation. Frank tihlttakerNegro expected next month. instituted last December !-

,dark; height, 16 at 2:30 p.m. in' President ,KennedpasDemocratic ment.Civil .RightsEnforcement official in the U. S. The child,identified records'as by parents of Du-

5'10"; Weight, 130 Mt. Ararat Baptist presidential Department o f Cow; on Delores hospital Smith is val County Negro public -
pounds; hair, brown Church Rev. DallasJ. I, candidate last merce a s the main school pupils.
: said to be married toan
and worn long; wear-. ''Grahampastor, .officiating September, appointed speaker and will: beheld old farm Earl M. Jcrnson of
ing either a pink or Clark and Celler as in the cafetorium 18year Jacksonville and Mrs.
blue dress and lightor the committee of two ,Is Promised of New Stanton High. laborer. They live in Constance Baker Motley -

brown candle shoes. Oldest Mother who would put the aTx School, starting at a West Tennessee rural of New York City,
rrsca.- In his area.
Persons having knowledge civil rights platform 3 p.m. Records show the are attorneys for the
of her whereabouts measures into legis- major address Isadore Sin gleton, plaintiffs.
mother to be
a'r requested :i. lative action. since taking office, Florida Voters League youngest
; Attorney General; officer said that an Argentine girl who .
to :immediately, con- a New AirportIs
I Marshals! Robert.F.Kennedy'told' became the mother of
S. ;
tact either the cityor U. number of prominent
county law'enforce a University Geor- citizens from al..lparts twins at the age of Integrated

ment. officers F :; } Sought By gia audience last of the state seven years.Atlanta. :

ti. KennedyWASHINGTONAttorney Saturday that civil have reserved sqats Cabs. ATLANTA,Ga.,With the
.. rights laws would be for the banquet. He theme-integration all

: (/ Of Georgia ; strongly enforced. .. announced that only a. the wayAtlanta last
General Robert Kennedy. The attorney general limited number will. To Serve ,week opened, Its new
Gels Another : r has been asking prospective :in stating,"We will be accomodated due toa >20 million airport

: Student U.S.M .rshals persecutewe" noted"We will minimum of space, Everybody with its: proud Mayor ti
Negro to name qualified Negroes prosecute, adding that about 100 William B. Hartsfield
to deputy marshall will not make or interpret seats are still avail- ATLANPACa.Recent Eliding the formal'

ATLANTAChancellor posts, it was the laws. We 'able. appeal ofan ordinance ceremonies before an
Harmon Caldwell theUniversity '- learned this week. shall enforce them A final planning which prohibited the interracial audience. i

System of It disclosed that vigorously) without. meeting o f Voters hauling of passengers Numbering Into the
Georgia has stated K& of the racial bias or political -* other than the race
.s. Cora JacksonJacksonville's. Although some League members, committeemerT thousands roes and
that an acceptance proape.tive marshals slant.- and committeewomen designated on the whites were in evi-

notice was being mail- oldest -, have agreed ,to the One of the two Negro will be license- has be en pass- dence everywhere; enJoying -

ed to Miss Mary France mother, 105yearsold attorney g ne ral'. stU1.nts- h arlayne' held at Walker Business ed by the Board of the lounging,

Early, 25,a music rs.Cora Jackson,, plan, one southerner Hunterwho broke the College, Ninth Aldermen under the and dining facilitiesand
teacher in an Atlanta will be honored during university 175yearold belief that it would
oarshall baa
coltplaiDed and Ifyrtle Avenue, on everything the
Negro high school, it a Mother's Eey program that he could not color barriers Monday night, Ma y 15 not fee upheld ''in federal expansive,ultramodern
was announced. I Sunday, a t Trip last January as court.
guarantee to the safety at / pm facility has to offer,
Miss Earlywho' plansto Holiness ChurchThirc of a Negro deputy journalism 'aajor covered ,For years, Atlanta while sleek Jets

attend graduate and Franklin Streets.r who, might serve a the event for s '...- taxi cabs were pro- glided down from the
school this Burner,,; A group otthe citysbest SUHBOOS in his area the Atlanta Daily Four scientists have reported hibited from carrying skies

is a graduate of Clark known gospel Federa1l1&r1ball are World. ,. that mice exposed to cigarettes passengers of both Mayor Hartsfield had

College,. in Atlanta. singing groups will recoBtonded by local month moke to daily almott for two period years of did a races. The old ordi- previously placed host

She has a t tended 'appear on the prograr. dea&cratie leaders and not develop lung ceacs Varied nance called for to a press interviewat
ewer: school at,the which has been arranged are appointed thepresident. See SUB yalueaOqPAGE response of the ,mice ladtefttM signs de si gnat ing which Negro news-
that YlruMf may play a part la
Krs Ethel Eight
of Michigan by -
tfoiversity causing the dlMaae.mia i*bow which race they men and radio personalities

Jtevenport) I Bannister.: .*-. : .;., :'.i J-; ... being staff by the leletIItL, served. had attended I
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S : THI: FLORIDA\ STAR y-- ;:T g ---:;..i -- ;;1ecfIW .....u7'.. .. ..:. '
y '
1 x r. .: '. ,.\' .. were jawed with calls cine tiling oil o on-
, I : :news { ( tracts Gulf than moved so quickly to meet the
ministers' demands that boycott lasted only
FuWUhtd by The Florid* Star Publishing Co.
.. "Mcmbtr of AMoeUtttd Ntfro P""" S a'week"
: However, the 'ministers stipulation that new
i...c'O. SIMPSON.......M........... ......N... ..........:......""" Negro eaployeea Bust not be the ,first to be
r ALYSON L WHf......1N.........................i.......... ...NIN i laid off conflicted with' seniority provisions
HRDA WOO 1INNI........N..N1....,.....N.............OreuteHen in Gulf's union .contract.ttaion leaders Met with
the' ministers, and 'expressed sympathy:vtththeir

.; MAIN OffiCI. ,A PLANTt ,_, '.' aims, "but not when they collided, with union
S 2323 Mtmrftf" ttmi.i..................................'..Phont' BLfln bargaining"
i r "Three Negro truck drivers had been hired and
.Mer.,. I after 30 days joined the union All has been*,
'.,O. ft** 561', !J. fc .nvlll' 1,Florida.. : ? serene, but seasonal layoffs have begun ty&ow: '

SUBSCRIPTION .RATES,--.-- It If drivers with' seniority are laid off first,
OM Year, ts. oJ Half Yoar, *3XOMtllftd ) the .union is not likely to take it lying down
.To You ,Anywhere In The United States The Binisters Bay decide to finesse that one,"
Subscription Payablo In Advanso. send Check or Monty w Hiss:Lees writes
FLORIDA STAR-P. O.lox JACKtONVlLUl. 1. The current 'boycott on Sun Oil has been in

l .-BuyingJJep Pf effect since March+ 19.As of late AprilSun had
.11 :T hired about half the Negro workers requested.
: N.gr- : 'Get Mi 7r 1 The company says that from now on it will hire
; people as needed, interviewing both white and
NSf TOES: ,. R. I.-An economic 'boycott, .. Negro applicants without 'discrimination
400 Negro ministers in Philadelphia is '\" "When asked about the loss in business,spokes-
tively cutting sales of selected '!'JHSTfor the firm shrug and say it is hard to
ducts The 'boycott is designed to : : '." estimate..The ministers estimate,however,that
legroee in prestige. oba, THE REPORTER 1 Sun is losing SOBS $7,000 a week," Miss Lees
day ,..... ',. writes. '
Sun Oil is the latest company to __ .. ,........ The plan to spread the boycott began April 9
effects of thecity-wide boycott that when all Negro laconic lodges across Pennsylvania :
i so effective that other companies, i n : ; ; : : : ... .. announced a boycott of Sun products It
.d.J Tasty Baking CospanyPepsi-Cola Company,& .. ,. Sun has still not hired the requested 24 Negro
r Oil Corporation, have capitulated to, : \ : : ; -s.--,, workers in another couple of weeks, the ministers -
I isters' demands : LEGISLATIVE say the boycott' will spread to all Negro
i The ministers 'plan to spread, the'boycott ; churches in the state, and after that to
the state and the if 1 ,_. clubs After that
country necessary --- all the men's and \WOaeD'a ,
4 Negro workers im positions of .'. they will go beyond Pennsylvania .
responsibility1 and thus "change the .. -
t tj :: The origin and operation of the S ele ctive ,
image of Negro workers. .
; Patronage Program are kept very quiet.No leadersare
In a copyrighted article"The Not-
-1Giitd. acknowledged and no one will : who
say organ-
of .. .
Philadelphia's Negroes Hannah Lees .'' .\ ..--. ..., r< ized the first meeting. The names of ministers
that the boycotts are the result of the : :DAYS-FOR who have called on the various companies are on

c tive inters Patronage last Program established. .by .-"TRAVEL '. '. public record, but there is a different delegation
With*a large proportion of P h i ;: ,RO .OGEIt for each company; and a different spokesman '

700 000 having some connection ., ,. .. .
t .
.. .._ .
400 churches involved the program, -- Politcs A$ Usual.
isters' boycott of a product makes the make the most of its Although you have a.
quickly aware .ot the tact.'a ) '! inspiring and stabilizing -, keen understanding and "By Eric 0* Simpson
Supporting*the ministers are fraternal : .':. : influences to appreciation of spiritual
isations social clubsinsurance a6 : ; establish a fixmbasiafrom values, you are The second in a
:' I I bills
ders, beauticians, the' National :. 1. : which you cantake not one to over-look series on
the Advancement of Colored People, and this off Discuss TOUT your material interests before the Florida -
newspapers Even local dealers whose mixed ideas with the one either. Do not Legislature

been hurt by the various boycotts sees : tick- interested venture lito forbidden ,
to main- 70-88-13-42-878 fieldsor cosdt sub- Last week oc.tnistDreg

long with the program. .. '. -,' ..)''-..... -.# stantial private or Pearson quoted
The method used is simple and -' I.... gOOSHtO joint resources t o Congressman Adam Powell
delegation of ministers,sometimes tiTe, much .. -. Oct.,' .iII-' .,. :JIJIIIPT.,wu:.. ,i enterprises that will as telling Senator -
four, calls on whatever company the and en- I Those who issue the eventually require Barry GoloVatert
decided 'to investigate and politely 'al- orders are 'not inclined more and more to keep Barry, you're on all;
how many Negroes it employs and in r'F' who to take any them alive(18th-19th( sides.. or words to I
The companies have thus far. given the : 'should back talk from anyone 1-40-33-19-75-143 that effect
: tion willingly and the ministers more and this should be a Well, my old friend i
ii it anyway ( thru cue to hold your peace ,::\IV) JII8.1VC Adam hasn't seen anyaody -
A second meeting requested a week is the when your position is Lr: : on all sides until -
later, and the ministers specify that far, tQ weak. With Venus back It may be judicious he h a a our Duval
want. peace and to forward motion in to assess your situation Senator Wayne Ripley
They have successfully organised : wher- your solar 6th house, and your poaeibilitiesbetore That Ripley. has introduced -
fecting the Sun Oil Cosipany, Tasty been efficiency and productivity you some sort of
pany, Pepsi-Cola Company and Gulf Oil : : should be commit yourself definitely bill to please every
: tion. Bond Bread,? 1hoter -16' on the up- gradeBut to .any cause or segment of the community -
Seven-Op all seem to have found the : : watch ,out ,if you fail Individual (15th.thru except the
L requests reasonable as have Esso & > to please or buck 19th). The Aquarians Hegro community which
Company, Cities Service Company, The a'Qe ...' Ii. d authority ;17th thru who have no tie s gave him a decisive
Refining Company and Socony Mobil Oil 19th). standing in the way win over Lacy Mahon.
Inc.,. Miss ,Lees says at-, 9-50-44-15-39-954 should be hesitant a- Don't g et me wrong,
"Atlantic, which already had some not be ': bout saying "yes" to Senator Ripley is a
clerical ,and executive jobs before : the 1 :- : sa4as, aiv s ;their hearts' dic-. nice fellow who at
inters came to call,says it now has 25 you Nft-1"'ISMDee..., SI", :tatea.6e0557293685. the strangest times
in white-collar jobs, including a to ''r un- Rots can become very will come to the aid'ot
and former football, his Negro friends
psychologist, a your comfortable places, -! -
sales promotion...The ministers mention : the .15th but it is, not always pisczam. the special ones
tic,frequently as an example of how ; 19th in the scheme of '.' ..,ira ism L that is. Re has an

41 their project goes when everyone : ]& apt things to let us remain Instead of hidi,,! acute sense of humor,
Miss Lees writes i view a-+ *there uMilturbeel. t your. problems, or likes to rib his colleague -
The Tasty Baking Company, the- second. :, general The Sagittarians- worrying about them a,and I believe
visited, was the first where the in par who are not making t I secretly, seek the can take a little
countered opposition They asked Tasty ;! ambitious plans for\ counsels and comfort ribbing himself
_ Urhire two Negro driver salesmen, I I immediate and future I .that may be provided But when___ -
clerical workers, and: three or fcur : changes could find 'by competent authorities he gets to r
icing department, where the workers had that 'circumstances ; or the friends workingpolitics
tionally been white. I .. ; will do it for then, who have never letdown ,
When the personnel manager of the c !i \ objec-, in a rather more I you in times of one can't
the president pointed out that they may be drastic fashion ((15th stress The 20th is figure him I
need, jut then, for more driver- al. i by your thru 19th.Have faith 'I the best day for complete ,. out. Take I
clerical workers'' "the, ministers said : ac- in the unknown to i satisfactioninthis this Dill I II
but firmly that thq still hope these j induce I
; solve problems. !I connection Excesses I'
could be hired within two weksXf not f! a course 3-30-1L-17-57-317 : of s +description to give
ministers thq represented would hare the one 1 would be ill-ad the Jus-j
to .b.l c. of,
their the Stodgy
congregations a* vised on tt s 18tH19thmhen
not: to buy a&jt Tasty cakes o? pies is your .. QA17 r vr :.1 the Peace
the for
were hired11 should ....'--. ... ... *! dissension powers are the right MPS'to !
!Negroes were+ not hired within try misdemeanor
,weeks, and the ministers called: a 'i ; Doyi An Numbered ff potent cases which h.lath.rf f

"Briated advertisements to this 2-90-77-16-51-297. ed.It's
mysteriously appeared in bars, beauty : a. rerturie. Caa Be YesL ridic12 ou.It'.

sad barbershops...Whem the boycott ; ;'", -, AJ.-,. ,: Q., 1'. bad enough to have
ficially called oft two.-tha' later : a 'Tiriitkyifsls laymen sitting a.
pulpits, the Tasty Baking Company & ". judges .in the Municipal '
employ two Negro dr1T1 &l__, two Sa*.&.00 (eKftzftseeta ?v' : : .. ._,I. court and then to
clerical workers, and some' half- dK .. (tales Fee;# :' add to it by permitting i

leers19 : f '. .g ... ..: Justices of the. j
Peace to
wixter : Judge eases.
Gulf Oil approaobe last .w' .
was y. Pp .vj..0 "
": Mk R1w .. te a '. Semsof t h., '
: \ :0 Justices
of the heating seasoaThe ; .'. .
height t -wIMr.......11M ...
-,- ltil. 1ItJ..". ..111.: '. ; 5eS1", .3.... of the Peace have already ..
ed no interest in meeting with the \ .Ji flflcisa .:, .J 'a*--. ba ea Fit' '*
after three weeks had. by without W-=. 1M.... let of
: strange
gone dealsvith .
'. : : 'Ma-._ ........
pointment being arranged", a' boycott :aD .,...... .j.,.1. their limited
#reduets was sailed tfee aexl I' .& : .' .oJ -' i'ftM I 7w 1....s aiwR ef tM 1s1Wg 11.. .1 1r.. ,..;,.r. Seavem 8Aa17

t *Th* day after tMt the ,w&telfeeards ... ..". .... '. !; tMr... kMw hew tar sema.af
.,.. .
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: ,, _-...._.., .,_ -- _"J 'Saturday, Kay 13, .1961V _. !t tw ,

Bells :

= -.. -. -= 7 ': .......
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with --
Donavon..Henderson, 1549 W.
LOUISE G. GUINYARD. 2nd St.a and Shirley Johnson
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11 Without a ,shadow of doubt.the decorous atmos- j Yr. .1440 W.;23rd St, 23.
Wm. N, Bobbitt,
phere of our dances has been invaded*, and I amt .. J' Dr., 27 and Louise Tinman, 150a

forced to join "Jay'JaY'," and other persons. :t 1 U W. 6th St., '25. '
with similar opinions in reminding guests at L Willie H. Shaw, 1009 Ingram
1 c' pr- St, Clearwater, Fla., 22 and
4f public gatherings of their mutual .responsibility I ______ ---) V tI y. Gibson, 4208.Homer Rd.Lillian ,

E for otherfs comfort and consideration off ( L1p 19%

their feelings.' Herbert A. Baker, 1097 Remain-

"Hully Gully", in my opinion, has encroached ii ., .: __jt St, 21 and Everlyn D. Poitier, :
3738 Oak Ave., Miami, Fla.,'21.
I to normal
11 upon the right of couples perform ,
E Fletcher Ray, 1080 W. 18th St., i
routines on the dance floor and is a ,specifics
61 and Bessie Walker, 1060 W.
s, example of "the majority" not always b e i n.g 48th St, 47.

,right Practiced in moderation, it adds colorto Jeff D. Dixon, Jr., 1725 Wright

a dance and provides an opportunity more ... t Ave., 20 and Sophia Y. Brady,

individuals to dance; but, in its present t; ., < : 5800 Harry St., 20.

I practice, it detracts greatly, as .lines are ,!d 1 I Wm. DeVaughn, 1844 CalhounSt

formed too often and in .many instances when.the 18 and Shirley' Bullard, 1814

music does not "fit" the danceActually, I enjoy ,.:. Rushing Ralph, St.Jordan, 18., 4931 Rhode Island -

"Hully Gully", but I am Just old-fashioned F; t Dr., North 22 and Gladys

enough to also enjoy other dance steps.I think ry ,l3 7 P. Torrence 4937 Rhode Island DK,

dancers should be given an opportunity to "H\].-- \ ,31...

: ly Gully but that the numbers should be limi- ,. z, ; !L. P. Garner, 128 Chelsea St,
.. 0 l 3"apd Vivian L. Mallory 375 S.
ted r ; to about two or three numbers per ,evening, P_ 4 4gu Myrtle Ave., 27.

preceded by advance announcements from the ; Aaron Demps, 834 W. MonroeSt.

orchestra so that only willing participants 38 and Ellen Stokes, 834 W.

will go on the floor. I also feel that dancers ,Monroe St, 34.
'". 1530 Ellis St., .29
Ernest Payne,
should be given the opportunity enjoy other
and Catherine Jones 1212 -Barnett -
dance routines without being bumped and St, 30. .

r "shoved" by "Hully Gulliers," and recommend .p .'w, James B. Davis, 1324 N. Myrtle

'that the dance be "prohibited" except when an- :; t trt ( Ave., 26 and Edith P. Albright
4 1510 W. 60th St, Savannah, Ga..
nounced. i :L
The here shared and J 4 r 21.Fred'
opinions expressed are Mbinson.. Jr.. 1559 Spearing
have been frequently expressed, by many whc S' 2nd; Willie B. Golphin;

attended recent dances. 1331 Florida Ave., 3.0. ;

* Ernest L. Tippins, 6410 Lobelia
St.. 18 and Joanelle Milton, 711
The beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. Isadore ,
Court I. Blodgett Homes 18.
the for the recent meet- Pr tF
Singleton was setting l Willie D. Williams 1709 Dot

ing of The Cotillion Whist Club. Mrs. Single- St., 25 and Retha Holsey, 1415

I tones mother, Mrs. Carrie Little John, .and Mrs. Powhattarr St., 25. :

Iris Knox were guest players.Mrs. Nathaniel Harden 1804 W. 19th :
St., 19 and Mamie L. Burroughs, ;
Evelyn Walker Mrs.Viola Monroeand Mrs.
,87 S. Myrtle Ave., 18. ,
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Evie Alexander were winners of club prizes. rnErn. HAT 'l'Milady's hat 'was the center of attraction last Sunday afternoon when the James. A. Cherry, 1444 E. 20th ;
Cotillion Club members always look forward to St., 19 and Barbara J. Jackson. I
members of the Adorable Ladies Social and Savings Club sponsored a Pretty H1t Tea Jointly
barbecued the when 1242 E. 23rd St., 17.
having something on menu
with a varied and impressive program in A. L. Lewis TWCA A large gathering of membersand Ct.
2051 Mars
they MrSingleton's guestsand this time Chas. C. Moore
are delicious 'barbecued guests were in attendance. In top photo from left, sponsoring group members are: 20 and Mary A. Gardner, 714 W- I
they were delighted by
fish. Mesdames M. Bob ins on, president; R. Miller, vice presidentAnnie Mae Kirkland,treasurer; Beaver St., 17.

Mary Truluck. sinking fund treasurerjJainey Kelley, Idella Williamsfinancial secretary; Otis B. Lurry, 6270 Restlawn .
in the included in ad-
Participants meeting Dr., 18 and Sallie P. Wiggins
di'tion to those mentioned above, Mrs. Marjorie Serena Sallett, Adie Marchell, Eunice Lee, Jimmie Lee Campbell, secretary; L u c i lie 2109% Tuskeegee Rd., 14. I

Tolliver Lela Mae Singleton and Rena Mae Kinner Guests in bottom photo seated from
Gilmore, Mrs. Josephine Cleveland, Mrs Carrie Junior Cummings, 2112 Danson !
Parsons, Mrs. Olga Higginbotham, Mrs. ELvir left: Mrs. Jereline Aldridge, Mrs. Clydell DonaldMrs. Ethel Lee Jonesand Mrs.Essie Mae St., 35 \end Frances L. Eady, 2112

t Roulhac, Mrs. Hortense Brown, Mrs. Do rothy Anderson. Standing from left: Mrs. 'Hattie Williams, Mrs. Bertha Atkins, Mrs. Henrietta Danson'St.,18.Visiting. I'

Cornell Williams, and Mrs. Helen Jackson.BIRTHS .
Woods, and Miss Bernice i
* .

Although the news is a bit delayed,! am happyto George W Carver PEOPLE .College Choirs N. Y. t

report the birth of a son, Mitch Warren, to AB9BT

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gregory. Our best wishesto Youth CouncilS i Slate Announced Mrs. J. 0. Buchananof

this Births. at-Brewster HospitalMr.andMrs.Lee 1230 W.12th Street
lovely couple. ; ts Freedom DayThe Mrs. Clara Paulin of New York--The choral
* recently attended the ,
Harris, New York City i s groups of Clark, .$t.PavlHiahop .
On the convalescent list is Edwin H. Lawson, funeral of her ,sister,
j in
1403 E. 31st St.girl visiting our city Collegesand :t
George w. Carver Mrs. Annie PatriciaColes
teacher at James Weldon Johnson Junior High and is Shaw 4
School who is recuperating nicely at Brewster Mr. and Mrs. Donal Youth Council is completing recuperatingfrom University in New York City' :
recent Illnessat are scheduled
for the
Highsmith, 1975 W.6th a
plans for its following which she'
Hospital after surgery. Street boy. the home of her May broadcasts of"Ne
* annual Freedom Day visited her sister
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas sister and brpther-in gro College Choirs,"
Program which is and in-laws Rev. and
Alvin ,
The Ribault Road home of Mr. and Mrs.
law Rev.and MrsJ S. heard over the ABC'Radio
Hudson 3524 ..Ardisia ,
scheduled for Wednesday Mrs. Connie McDanielin
White was the scene of the recent meeting of
W. Network. T h
Road girl.Mr. Montgomery on 45th eweekly
The Charming Ones Bridge Club. night, May 17 Philadelphia.While
Normals guest list included Mrs. Grace Mizellof and Mrs. James starting at 8 p.m. in street. programs feature there, she toured Mt.
Eartha St. # # # # # the student '
Webb,5609 st. Matthews Baptist Pleasant and Killer
Ft. LauderdaleFloridain the city as guest Mrs. Melvina Griffin choirs of the member
of her sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. boy. Church, 2062 Common Memorial churches and
and her three chil- colleges of the United
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin .
wealth Avenue. Rev. other points of interest -
K. D. Britt Mrs. Winona Britt Mrs.Ruth Williams -
; ; Negro
dren Maxine Sandra College Fund.
Bryant, 1997 W. 20th 0NeilPastorMatthewBelcherpresidentan .
Mrs. Pearl and Mrs.Barbara'lalk
; lAckey; -
and of
Ricky Waycross
Street, girl. -'" ', r-
er Mr. and Mrs. John Ga., accompanied by .>d'1;1 r
nounced. i
Mrs Britt and Mrs. Walker were winners of Mrs Brown of White .
Thomas 5507 Mahalia
l guest prizes, while Mrs Arnetta Walker and Drive ,girl. According to Belcher Oa! 's,Ga..,are visiting eltsN THE
Buster Ford memberof
a f
Mrs Betty Sessions topped the club scoring I their mother and
Mr and Mrs. Herman .
list. the Duval County .
grandmotherMrs.Clara ,
Mrs. Charlotte Bostick, Mrs. Priscilla Brown, Tucker 6117 Irish Sheriff's Department, Paulin and aunt and .. COST; .
Boulevard girl. .: : : + '( iit 1< "! f' L SYOULESS
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Mrs. Alma Daniels and Mrs. Lydia Dwight Wooden will be the main i;::;' Zi : .,f i ... ? It
Hr. and Mrs. John uncle, Mr. and MrsV :$I.,
speaker.Programparticipants. 'to.
were among other members present Junius B. Jones of w. :
Green, 247 Watts St., i j
* ': 5t 1 1i
15th Street.The group
boy. _
{ The Charming Ladies Bridge Club met recentlyin will include: Dorothy entertained
Mr and Mrs. Joseph were pleasantly
the home of Mrs. Vernal Glover with Mrs. Wilson,advisor Blanche'Gre
during their i has 5' ;
Hall 824 E.Beaver St., 2 POWD
e the Angelite TH EY
Rosalee Shannon and Mrs. Louvenia Newman as : stay here. powntlS+ %5 c AEE oooo
girl. 12 ,
guests Gos "el Singers, Rev 49cjY '
Mr. and Mrs. Louis i124 roWOtlS l'
Mrs. Hortense Brown Mrs. Coretha Wilson and O'Neil and others. .
Pressley, 1145 Weare FAMU I ;
Mrs. Dorothy Dunlap were high scorers for the Local youth organ U / n, ; C',
evening. Street, boy.; izations and the pub- TALLAHASSEEJames i.< rt M C f S i.I. .. W ...Jit

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Denmark
lic invited. holds the
Other members participating in the meeting are
Reed, 1122 Weare St., Florida A&H University "''."" "" :
included Mrs Josephine ClevelandMrs.Dalphinia I Too Salty? : > ;;'YA':<: ::
girl. '"
Relays and the ;'!< ,? / >>y.-: / :t
Brinson Mrs. Clevel Cromartie Hrs Man have survived from ;{ :
Sophia may : ;'/ ,
Mr and Mrs. Dock ; >y #!
stone-age days because he was Southern Intercolle- > y y',:" / 1
White Mrs. Ernestine Poole Mrs Hortense
Thomas, 5745 BenedictRoad not a tasty meal for early wild giate Athletic Conference ':-:::;".. S. 1iH
Brewington, and Mrs. Margaret Day. animals, according; to Dr. L.S.B. -
* boy. Leakey, a scientist in NairobiKenya. pole vault
Mr. and Mrs Curtis .
Mrs. Essie D. McCray; was visiting player when Thomas, 355 ELm St., records. .. -,
Mrs. Lula Courtney entertained Les Elites BBMRB B BB HB

Bridge Club last Saturday evening at the Lincoln girl.Mr, and Mrs. William 'You Don't Have to', Go to Town to Get I
Golf and Country Club. .f
Young, 1404
Mrs Maxine Jackson_ 'Mrs Vernal McCone,' and
Street, girl. LOW PRICES
Mrs 'Marie McClain were top scorers for the Mr and Mrs James,

evening. Johnson, 5527 Decota 1F
Mrs. Alvinia Scriven, Mrs.Lois AveryMrsAnn Drive, girl. On Your .wjj4

McIntosh Mrs. Johnnie HMitchellMrs Bernice, ,
Mrs. James "
Henderson, Miss Anna B. Minatee, and Mrs. Virginia 'Brown,2217* ? Bride Rd., DRUG STORE IEEDS :

Gray were among others present a t the girl i : I Ior

meeting. Mr and Mrs. Jincsy; Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Sure. :
* Her mother
tee Butler 2507 Doby her sister?
W. Will Meet Any Prices Aibcrtisrt -
Kits Coitus Jones was hostess to the ooat Street, boy

recent matting of Lea rises iade Bridge Club Hr. and Mrs Charlie In Your Local lep.nwows BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL. NATURAL-LOOKING HAIR COLOR

1 with Mr*. Margaret Sutton as visiting player Venus ''St
Cisero,2052 Whether
you want the excitement of a different
Kra Pauline Sadth and Xra Roth lamar were '
girl DIXIE PHARMACT1H2 hair shade, or want to give new life to dull or:
aaong priia winntn. Mr. and Hrs. PadnceHcCutch gray hair.insist on long-Lwting haircolor '

OtherIra, Present included Mrs D one n1929 W. 2nd KINtt ROAD .. Mrs AYIMVI.. in the famous red package Godefrdy'i
Jonts, tfra Wilson irittMiaa Both Broc ,Hn. PHONES KL 345t7.ff Larieuse. It' easy to apply and complete in
Carolyn Millar: and Kiaa. Oveodolyn Schall. Street, boy We ..,.,., W. .. FIR M Doctors' Prtserfetoo*. qne package-there'* nothing die to buy..

Hrand Mrs. J.W.Ray, a M


> 'Mr and Mrs Nezzar BILLS AT OUR STORE
109 East Union Street,Room #1 /. \ Battle l'127 E19th St '
Oodcfrey ,. .
.Phone ELGIN 6- Jacksonville 2, Florid, MfpComp.ny.35100t St. 8t.LouU.Mo.
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: ..." -' Union CommunityAnnounces ;f. : :. ;r .l-$*':.Z'*t. :;. ; ; {J:1Yt: i j. ;:>; ,} : :j;, i41:{ -1-.:<'- I Simpson' Group' f f

i ,"' 1tt : : ..: HVAs .. ;
Events / : ':' ""'!?'" t.-t1r-..... _. ;-\1.",: '. -.L. -- _.,. d .. _' Slates,
I. ,'_:- '''' ; 'I. : ) "\, '" ,>
L' The men of Union .Community Sunday Night
Church have

completed plans for Selections from such
( ,
.. the annual Hen fs Day wellknown composersas
r. observance scheduledfor Malotte, Morris,

*. Sunday, Hay 28 Wooler, Mickel"son.

throughout the day Schubert, Silvers
Officials for the a, rt ti vt List, and manywill others

program are: Johnny feature the Mus-

sir GreggchairmanAlbertManning icale Candlelight Recital -

co-chairman; when the newly

Marvin Teal, programchaiimsa.Captaina ; organized Simpson
1 j : 417 are c !, Choral Ensemble o f

Cleveland Johnson, D. L '- J Simpson Methodist

Harrington,Fred White, Church present their

.: Leroy KoselyABurls first public program
t and Cleveland Crane. EW Sunday under sponsorship
\f\'f CUa WEEKLY SCHEDULEThe of the institu-

t Rev. T.E.Shehee, tion's Choir 2. The
J A tip of the elder will gets underway
Papal Cap presiding program
... ...
"1 to these Affierica&f outatnniVngyoung nfeo t conduct s e r vice s -1/' J.-: .. ...:. :r'- iY"" ..It. -- 'OP p at 7 p.m.Featured.

"! make our country and throughout the day,as 'PARADISE TEA SPONSORS-Presented amidst a colorfully picturesque motif of fruit and soloistswill

our place comntn<j In which a to better live. a closing for the flowers which realistically depicted the theme, the Violet Missionary Society recently be Mrs. JohnnieM.

# Second Quarterly Con- completed their highly successful Paradise Tea and program in the church's spacious din- Preston Mrs. Mary

.*** '*.. *il* ference, with morning ing room before a large attendance of members and guests. The program was highlighted with Alice C.Smithiyronne

...,..,;..Ai 7 ____:;.. worship beginning at sparkling performances by a number of the city's best known. talent. Mrs. Marjorie Miles, Williams Miss .Shirley -
Jr. 11 a.m. Choir 2 will president, and Mrs. Estella Elaine headed supervisory committees.Some of the members shown Watts, Mrs. Rose-

r= .I furnish music for all from left are: Mesdames Luella Crawford, Eula Graham, Ida Dixon, Mary Darden, Bessie Ray, lee ShannonMiss Joan

IL- *t occasions. League Estella Blaine Marjorie Miles, Rev. Alberta Zanders, Lucile Jones, ,Hother Etta Parker, Frazier, Nathaniel

1f. meeting. starts at 5 Elizabeth Crawford, and Dorothy Bacon. Mrs. Mary Darden and Mrs.Elizabeth Crawford served MoodyMrs.Cora James,

p.m. with Mrs. A. B. as Tea chairmen. and Mrs.Dorothy Lang,
Houston in charge. organist.

1 .:. .Evening worship begins 'St James AME Ch. First Baptist'sActivities Macedonia Has Spring Fete Set Mrs. B.W. Lang ,is

iIi.. at 6:30 o'clock.It president of the spon-
.. t r l I .'W.I is requested that 'Has Recital Sun. SlateBy Mother's Day In St Stephen'sIn soring organizationand

!;I BETTTE JENKINS all budget fees be The Youth Department 'Rosa Lee Coffle Event Scheduled keeping with Rayfield ,Greene I I

Northwestern High *: paid this coming Sunday of New St. James AHE "" ....... Mother's Day, Choir 2 is sponsor.Mrs. Rosa-
in order that a Church will presentsome C.B.Daileypastor of Saint Stephen AHE lee Shannon is the en-

Bett a,11-2 student, I I complete report may' of the city's choirs, usher boards, ChurchFifth and: Davis semble's president, \

is a member of the .. be made at the Annual outstanding young and congregation members :'; streets, will presenta Mrs. Mary Alice Cook

Modernistic Teens, Y-, Conference Hay 17 and artists Sunday after- will share i n 1 ; Spring Musicale Sun- Smith, director, and I
TeenStudent Council, *; 18 at Daytona Beach. noon starting at 3 o' after services Sunday ,,:. '.; '> \ day, beginning a t Miss Dorothy Lang is

i Le-La-Lets and Charm *: Tuesday, is regular clock in the church evening at Antioch .. .. '."i"j 8 p.m. in the church organist.The .

Club of which she is '*t i .Prayer; Meeting and auditorium when Hiss Baptist's anniversary. 4w :) 'I >,: auditorium. sponsors clair
Class event, Rev.J.J.Jones, this to be one
vice president. Meeting night. Sandra Forehand the Featured on the pro- program
r : Choir 1 will rehearseon Bolden ,School of Music, pastor. Rev.Dailey is :"i _. : gram will be: Johnny of the outstanding

.' ..... .: j j"J' Wednesday night and youth orchestra, and requesting a big attendance r .... .. ; Howard,Mannie Taylor, musicales of the cur-
!:. '.t..* t'. Choir 2 on ,Thursday for this .TbLAIRS. ....'. Miss Inez JohnsonMrs. rent season and an invitation -
others will be fea- event. .. .f....' ;,_ is extendedto
Dorothy Howard Mrs.
night.CONDOLENCE tured. ,
tal Sunday School beginsat Mamie TaylorMrs.Vera the General public.
Hiss Forehand is the .
: 1 The Union Community 9:20 a.m.with G.W._ Stormes L. W. HowardJr.
,; daughter of Hr. and ,
.i t wishes to Scott, superintendentand
iiI family express .
Mrs. Calvin Forehandand ACE
1 LeaguesMeets
,. its deepest attends Matthew his assistants in J. W. Wi11iamsguest

*..,.-'.. sympathies of sorrowto W.Gilbert High School. charge. Choir 2.and. M. L. JOHNSON soloist; W. WebbP.J. May 21
Usher Board 2 will
the Rose family in Her repertoire is expected MclntosL,Oscar Taylor,
t their hour of bereave- < to includecTaseicalsemi serve throughout the Mrs. M. L. Johnson, George Howard, J.Oak- President Leonard J.
I ment. \ day. The pastor will Roberts of the City-
class- district president of man Jr., and remarks
Funeral services for ics,and popular selec- deliver the morning the Senior Missionary by Rev. J.S. Johnson, wide ACE Leagues of

Mrs Lois Nadine Rose tions. worship ,,message. at Society of the East pastor. Churches announces
.*;: 11 'a.m.E:
.'." .. ,will be held in Saint Miss Harvene Thompson The church Missionary Florida Bethany Association The event is being that the monthly meet- 1
r .' Paul AHE Church Saturday ,co-chairman of the will b e sponsored by Mrs. ing of the organization -
May 13 at 1 is Society m e eta featured speaker when Mamie Taylor will be held
i. GWENDOLYN SIMPSON p.m. youth department, Sunday at 4 with r pres-
"'James Weldon Johnson ; 'with Rev. R.J.Blaine, sponsoring the event Mrs.Arabella p.m.Calendar Deaconess Board 1 of ident; Mrs. Alice Mc- Sunday, May 21 a t

pastor, officiating. for benefit of the Macedonia Baptist Intosh; director, and 3 p.m. in the main
F.11 Pepsi Cola salutes After services i n annual Women's Day president, in charge.The Church observes its Rev. J. S.Johnson.The auditorium of .Mt.Zion

'_ Gwendolyn ,of the 9th the interest of Menus program. I program's topicis annual Mother's Day general public is in- AME Church, E. Beaver

'* grade.She is a member Day will be held with The general publicis ould, MEvery ChristianS The program Sunday in the vited. and tfewnan Streets.
of the Speech Club, Rev. A.P. Postell and cordially invitedto Support church auditorium.The Main speaker on the
II Old Pro
Church Ecc.2Vs.l9- a urns
7k Choir and serves as the congregation of attend this out- event starts at:3 p.m. program will be J

secretary at Central : Allen Chapel AHE standing Mother's Day 22. The varied program I NORTHEAST Florida's Clarence Felder Sr.,
Baptist Church. Hobby BTU meets at 5:45 pa radio audiences of all ,i
will cite the oldest
Church in charge.Mrs.'Ruby 'afternoon program.RevD.W.
.with W.L.Tillmanpresident a member of St. Paul
is sewing. Johnson is sponsor. Welcome is pas- mother on the program ages are rejoicingthis
: Evening AME Church.Miss Maggie
charge. week over the
music will b
This event takes and e
tor.St.PauIAME. ________ worship starts at return of popular Smith, is host pres
21. choral
place Sunday, Hay highlighted by
7 o'clock with the Adrian "Ken" ident. All league officers -
i'* deejay
1f1. :a. \ pastor delivering the selections by 2. Knight to his local aid members are

.::, 'St.::Pdu! Programs' final message of the The program will fea broadcasting post.Mr. urged to attend the
: Church Notes tureChoir 2 of Mace-
day. The Male Chorus' Knight was taken seriously -
Problem Clinic Sun donia; Deacons George
BY Lf QUESTRA EVERETT rehearsalJbegina at 8 and ill over three
Googins Cooper
Sunday's activitiesat o'clock Monday night. Jackson; Mrs.Florence weeks ago and was % FLORIDA STARIN
Tuesday night's Prayer hospitalized. He returned -
The Allen Christian -
St.Paul AME Church Brown,and Mrs. Gladys EVERY
meeting starts at to his regular
... EndeavorLeagpeDepart- Ifyrtle ,Avenue and 13th Forster "of St. John
,ment of the Eleventh Street, begin at'7:30a.m o'clock with the Baptist Church. duties on Monday'of COLORED HOME
pastor in charge. this week.
Episcopal of with the Sunday Mrs.Lillie M.
Wednesday ight's SERVE YOU
the AME Church will' school superintendentand Mrs. Ola Hurray, Mrs. NOW RE-OMENED. :
Douglas AndersonGwendolyn Bible study with the
conduct a Christian his staff i n Celestine Way of Payne For Breakfast Dinner After the Morie Snacks
pastor charge -
Endeavor Problem AME ChurchYs in Foods
: senior at charge. Chapel Specializing Tasty
Douglas Anaersonwill*. Clinic" at St.Paul AME Rev. J. S. Blaine, at 7 o'clock.Rev. Rixie Cook,1' s. Coral BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER LATE SNACKS

soon be saying "good- *; Church Sunday May 14 pastor, will deliver Dailey .is requesting Livingston, Mrs. Mary Roast Beef Baked Ham
Afi by" to her school from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m. the IT a.m. morning I Small, Mrs. Alberta Golden Brown Fried Chicken.

mates.She is a member, under the direction of worship and eveningaervices.Choir members of the Con- PhillipsDeacon Thomas f With Fresh String Beans

of the National Honor?,, State PresidentAlexander 2 will gregation accompanyhim Campbell Mrs. Julia 4 Turnip Greens-Mashed PotatoesOr
to Jerusalem ;
SocietyStudent Court: ." Cottrell. furnish music throughout Bap- Neal, and remarks byRev.J.C.Rogerspastor Rice and SaladSHORT
oil, Newspaper Club '*: Individuals interested' the The ACE tist Church SundayMar' ;
and D. A. Club. '*+i( in the league program League's meeting is 21 at :3 p.m. The and the presidentHrs. ORDERS- SANDWICHES -
Rev. W. A.' Hack i
1 are extended an s
J .. '. scheduled "for 5:30 pastor. Florence Brown. .
invitation to attend.
* *!. President Cottrell. is p.m.7:30 Evening o'clock.worship. 4- Reconditioned MA EUNE'S COFFEE SHOP ,

t endeavoring to bring Weekly activities OptImIsm TV's & REFRIGERATORSEZ 1929 Kings load Elgin 4-9962

Listen to together all Christian 7l e mistake of-optimistic.people ,TIME PAYMENTS "
& Pepsi
consisting s not in expecting too much of the
Music-Quest Endeavor personnel and business uture, but in exacting coo little DAVIS SUPPLY CO.
Friday others who interested practice from the presentTyler..' Applied Christianity Spiritual Churches. Inc.
T' are sessions and class 1349 Davis St.-El 4-5838 "......,..
Nib! 10:30 to 1]:00 in league .
will follow ..,. GOD"
.meeting "--- "THE MAN OF
For Phone Requests work. the usual schedule'. tnm CMtt t.CMtt .
EL 6-04. .61-2 The Clinic programfollows:2:453s30 St. Paul invites the WHEN YOU ABE ILL :- SUPREME BISHOP W. SIMES of N.Y.C. "

it p.m. general public to worship f ;: You Seek Tke Beat Doctor Holding Blessed Service on MAY 7.th thru 211t-8:00' P.M..
Registration, (.25); When Your Doctor Pr..alb.sl .
3:30-3:50, .General As- at- its .:..... Get Experienced Phanrndtti d .
aembly:4:005OOGroupDiscussions Auxiliary Board 2 i; -, ;, To Fill Your Prescription 2039 Brooklyn Road St. Joseph TempleRev.
: {(' ;' According To Your Doetor'aOrders. ,
(Registrants :1 .'
t may select the subject Of Mt. Zion Meets t <' We UM OnlyTte Pearl Zackary: Minister .
Best Quality Drugs
of their choice. All Sunday At 4 P. M \.
Dr.'C. E. BlackProprietor The World's JIOst greatest Prophetwho is ab.
subjects must be Auxiliary Board 2 orHt' Will
to help you in all walks of life. bringhappinesssuccessprosperity
registered with the Zion AME Church. way.There is
registrars); The spec will meet 'Sunday 'at 3 HEGISTEHED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU problem so great that it your can't be solved

ified subjects are, 1- 4 p.m. in the home, of IHY'S DRUG STORE : thru the power of God by direct contact. no
The ACE in the .
League Mrs. Carrie Johnson, matter what it may be. God is able.
Pepsi: Cola Church's total program. 2121 Spires Avenue, a-ti1.s 10:00 to noon
Dealers ol (867 King* Road ELgte Spiritual Advice daily a.m. ;
_. JsebosslHeEiii 2-Leadership and Organization Mrs.Ida Hopkinspresident f A COMPLETE LINE OFi and 5 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at
!: Requirements. announced.A full i Cosmetics Rubber Good Candle ftafcM* 960 BKOAD STREETINFORMATION '

., 3-Program :Planning and .membership attendance. PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED, I PHONE: EL 57218.i

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.TOT THESPIANS Students of John E. Ford are shown in two drama and featured students' from the first to the fifth T_.U tow u SUM M.r-i16A0....."
scenes from the operetta "Why The Garden Quarried" which grades. "By coincidence the costumes used in the Sunflower Day 4 BUckt fna'UIf1_ Mlftaray Plaza

was presented at school recently. At left is the Sunflower !scene, at left were secured at Discount City Department Directions:Phillips Hghwy to Emerson

2 scene portraying fourth grade class in a graceful dance.At .store at bargain prices. Rd. or take Old St.Augustine Rd. to
right is the. Wedding scene which climaxed the musical (Photo by Royal Art Studio) Emerson, turn right on Grant Rd. to

I I Pine Forest School at Gaddis Rd....
/, .-- Phila. gcptist's" WANT TO BE A MODEL one block to property.Follow signs.
t) .. .: .- ..- Choir AnniversaryChoir Shiloh Group's **
.. Attractive Young ladies Wanted 0 : "YoHHg-Regers Development Cent .
1 of Philadel-* 21% Wads T.... .. (Mil St.) Ph... Q. 51014
''I, Glamorize Your Next Party Church Tea/Slafed' !,Sun. Ages 18 to 25 State measurements (s.M.'" .w .*..... nw ro I.UU
J phia Baptist ,
: Send photo if you have one.FIASTAR .
.: will observe its anniversary Mrs.' J. P. Epperson; MODELS P.O. BOX 561, Jax ,

ednesday, will be the principal .
({ r PUNCH night May 17 at e. speaker when the .FAVETTEVILLESUBDIVISION
o'clock in the church
ladies of Shiloh Bap-
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"'J// tist Church ,present
The entire program* their Annual Calendar 724 W.SIff.EY{ STREET EL 5-9183 33RD AND SPIRES STREETS
., will be musical and
Tea and program Sunday .
1 wil :center around from 4 to 6 p.m. OPEN 7 'A. M.I TIL.- 12 P.?!. SUN. THRU OHURS.wrt HOUSES Under Construction.
such well-known groupsas :.
1,11i audi- 0
in the church
Choir 1 of Saint toriumMrs.E.F.Alstonchairmanannounced. OPEN %jfOURS FRIDATS AND SATUHDAIS! :; SMALL. DOWN PAYMENT. ::

." .... Thomas Baptist, St. Salesmen
"" \.' On Duty
% J Johh Baptist Choir 3;
member 'of
A Waymon
AN Suttfts crystal clur k. punchbowls Simpson Methodist. Chapel AXE Church, Crs. WE CARR A FULL LINE OF GROOERm 12 NOON'TIL '6 P. M. .
its beautifully diffsrsnt.usswl *
Choir 2 B.W.Williams
"and effective for parties dtncM. is oneof
rtetptiont, rvOv rune* and ceieDrations. Epperson SATURDAYS And SUNDAY
They... obttlnabl.with Chorus, o f. Jacksonville beat AND FIRST CLASS MEATS- AlSO .
flower fruit or other decoratioN Christ Temple, Little
F frozen In. Thtr. is no fussbother. or known speakers. Other
Our service Is eomplttt. Rock Baptist Choir 1,
your lea punch bowl wUl b. dellvertd program participants MORRIS CONSTR. CO'
and ut up for you. CU to Tabernacle Hale Chorus
... will
dIy PO 4-4511 be Shiloh Choir "
All Seasons will and Ht be.Bethel the Choir guest 1 2, Mrs. G. PayneMrs. 'BAN JOYNER, Owner 4791 ORTEGA BLVD -.;. Q8-4291i

Wilner Darrell, Miss, I 1
Ice & Fuel Co. group.'0 Gloria Chisholm, Mrs.

1 '5883 Norwood AY*. TheBarter. Mary K. Upshaw, Miss .
Myra Marshall, WillieDavisMrs.Delphine '
PO 4-4511 -
House A.

: ThomasMrs. L. Price, NO MONEY

ARTICLES TO YOU AND Mrs.' Clara ,Jones. .. L '
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,All et1co I

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2951 POST STREET Member hip -
Ta tcot t
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'Wellknown church and
tAf1lfttt :
s$staalq ere cpst star Queen B. Williams,has
IlLlAna IOOIUsersu SERVICENo been selected to serve
PLWRiBG as campaign chairmanfor
experience necessary the 1961 Jax I;

grammar school \ Branch NAACP membership '

/ .' education usually suf- ; drive, Dr. Hunter BIG 21-Inch OVEN INSTALLATION
sI ficient.Train now for H. Satterwhi .
I at' f ..\ permanent jobs with, director, announced WITH PICTURE WINDOWPUSHBUTTON .'.. With 2 .0

( security. Send name, this week. :
1 APffflfll address,phone no. to: Mrs. Williams servedin 100 Lb. TANKS of GAS "I'
NATIONAL TRAINING a similar capacity 0 LIGHT
SERVICE, P.O.Box 4372Jackaonvl7leFlorida. during the I960 drive 1

_THRU tUNDAY.TIS..AMD: by the local,bra \c h. J--
3 BIG FEATURE She has, for manyyears L I ---= FREECANDY

I I1Ic'L1' 1/.1 JELP W ANTED Y LALE given her support PULLOUTSPEED COKES .
SERVICE: : 3fATI0N'HAW i to many civic "

TRAINEE 1845.., NO projectsand just recently _" BROILER AND CANDY DISH .
III WS k k REPAIR, WASHING OR took part ir\' s. A

GREASE WORKTOP- PAY the successfully cpmrpleted ,

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CANT HELP IT" NATION THERE.WEE ENTERPRISES: ": FOOT OF WEST # Dependable: dock-timer 4 Piece Sliver >:A

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Cabinet: .Cautioned :" Albany o'. Set DA Student Thespians Prepare : :

II Abort S9gng4td Mt. / ,8' For Cornell Univ.J. t >, For May 29 Senior ProductionThe "' ;,

HASHINGTO -Cab .t members, were told this week Christopher Mitchell Seniors of Douglas Anderson High Schoolare

I. to avoid speaking engagements where .Negroesare assistant pro- p practicing daily. in order that their play, :

barred, the White House announced. fessor of science, and "The Boarding House Reach," sparkling comedy :
assistant too tball in 3 ,acts by' Donald Paytonwill; be a huge suc-
It is believed that F .
the announcement to see whether the affair coach at Albany State cess when it is presented in the school's gym-
tr -
about following Commerce was truly segre-. College, will be a torium Monday May 29th' at 7:45 p.m. ;

Secretary Luther gated. Fellow at Cornell; University -, : The play is about a Murray as Betty Lou .

Hodges{ being the main Salinger said it was ; ring the T teenager named Wilbur Maxwell;Bobbie Davis, : !:
the administration's 1961-62 scnool year. Maxwell who wants a !
speaker at a Democratic Connie Maxwell; Anna
fund-raising dinner general policy thata Mitchell is a recip- bicycle.' His parentsdo Johnson 'as Bernadine '

April 26 in Columbia cabinet officer ient of* one of ten not wholly approve Smith;Willie RobinsonJohn' ._ .
S. C. should not speak at Academic' Year Insti-. of his having the vehicle Maxwell; Joanne
A group of Negro Democrats any affair where: People tute Fellowships in so he has to Stubbs will be seen 7'.
had been refused were, barred because radiation biology forstucij' set about earning his as Janet.MaxwellLil- /
in the Cornell 1A money.The results ....
of own '
tickets to th e race. lian Taylor as AUD

dinner and they; pick department of physical ,will bring you one of Mary; Joseph Jackson,. ,
eted'' the hotel where biology. Sponsored the most hilariousand Linpy McGuire.
Hodges spoke. Polite ,As Usual jointly by the Atomic complicated sit- Audrey Hartley will t

Energy; Commission and uations you've ever
The commerce secretary be seen as Nora McGuire -
(Continued: from Page 2) the National Science seen on a stage.
later said
racial ; Jacob Jones as
segregation was Foundation, this will r ,, '..... The Anderson neoptytes Herman "NinetyVolt" ,

not; mentioned during them will go now. 'be the only Academic have a'reputation for JonesEugenia Thomas,

the planning stage of Astute politicianthat Year Institute in MRS. ANNA ROOSEVELT HALSTED ((1)) is greeted at giving e x c e llent as Roughhouse Ruby, \!

the dinner and stated he is, Ripley radiation biology in medical banquet at Tuskegee Institute by Mrs.L. plays and are working Warren Jackson as Mr.

he would not knowingly stuck a little clausein the United States. H. Foster, wife of school's president, and hard to keep it. The Potter; Essie Wiggins

attend an affair to safeguard the The Albany State Krs.. Eugene If. Dibblewhose husband is Tuskegee following students will will be seen as Lucy

which was deliberately citizen. It's like professor selected tr1edlca'.director and secretary of John A.Andrew have ,acting parts in BurnsJean Bacon will v

segregated.:' pushing a fellow into from over 600 appli- Clinical Society. Mrs. Halsteddaughtertof\ the.} the play: Freddie be seen as Mrs. Mott, l-

White House ,Secretary the river and then cants and will pursue late President ,Franklin D.Roosevelttold 2,500 : Thomas will be seen Deloris Johnson will \

Piere -Salingeraid 'tossing' him a life- doctoral credits at guests that the U.S. can ass*.te: "moral leader- as Wilbur Maxwell; be seen as Connolly. '

President Kennedy saw belt.That'fs so charitable the University located shipff of world only if f>we practice what we Richard Oliver, a s Tickets are now on
it Not in IthacaNew York. preach at home and abroad." Hercules NelacnjMartha;
news accounts of the seems, saleget, yours early.
meeting and the White to bethou, h. The guy

House was investigating who pushes a man into I I I

the river and then -, ..' s '_
tosses him life-belt '. : 4 '
Albany Rams a ,'A< .: u'
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could have preventedit : '
Wins SEAC Mtet all if he hadn't .

pushed the man into

'Albal11'State' College the river in the first

coasted to'an easy place.

win of the SEAC Track The clause permits,

and Field Meet at Albany the citizen suspect H ,
last week. to demand a regular, I'w ;

The Rams amasses 7S criminal court hear- .

points while Paine ing. But I see Whites Ily t W t:

College, Augusta: .and and Negroes, ignorant + _
Morris College,Sumter of the law, shivering z ).
S.Cmanaged 29 and 12 before a J. P. and... i'I'

points respectively.Other what ever happens after -

conference members that is anybody's

Savannah State, guess. "
Claflin, Florida Normaland Well* at least, in 1e
Edward Waters this instance Wayne -

failed ,to send, repre- Ripley made the JPs .- -.,' 4 ti + II! j ::-

sentatives. This was happy.All I've got to '

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has failed to attend. Stallings Bill :

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Manufacturers of Potner's Bergamot/the Jar with the Star ,)'';' "S. parking lot fees. In addition it's easier on your Freezer .: .

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.-, p..be i i # THE FLORIDA-STAR-- Saturday May 13. ,. 1961 f'. i
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CcrJwnef' Members .Cautionedgi Af&any Prof. Set DA Student Thespians PrepareFor :

s.,!.,qM.thiqs For Cornell" Univ. May 29 Senior ProductionThe i I

WASffiNGTOB-Cabinei members. were'told this week J. Christopher Mitchell Seniors of Douglas Anderson High Schoolare

j' to avoid speaking engagements where Negroes .assistant 'professor ,I practicing daily in order that their play, I :

, are barred the White House announced. of science and Y "The Boarding House Reach," a, sparkling comedy
in ,acts Donald Paytonwill be huge success -
It is believed that assistant too tball 3 by a
the announcement came to see whether the affair coach at Albany State when it is presented in the school's gym-

about following C o za- was truly segregated College, will be a Y torium Monday,- May 29th' at 7:45 pm. j
Luther Fellow at Cornell Un- The play is about a Lou
merce Secretary Murray as Betty
Salinger said it was iversity .uring the teenager named Wilbur
Hodges being the main Maxwell;Bobbie Davis, !;
the administration's 1961-62 school year. Maxwell who wants a .
speaker at a Democratic Connie Maxwell; Anna !
fund-raising dinner general policy thata Mitchell is a recip- bicycle.' His parentsdo Johnson as Bernadine '

April 26 in Columbia. cabinet officer ient of one of ten not wholly approve SmithWi1lieRobinson, :
'S. C. should not speak at Academic Year Institute -. of his. having the vehicle John' Maxwell; Joanne -

A group.of Negro Democrats any affair where: people Fellowships in so he has to Stubbs will be seen "

had been refused were barred because radiation biology for set about earning his as Janet.MaxwellLil-

tickets to the of race. study in the .Cornell own money.the results lian Taylor as AUD*'

dinner and they; pick department of physical will bring you one of Mary; Joseph Jackson,
eted' the hotel where biology. Sponsored 'w the most hilariousand Linpy McGuire. :/
PolitcsAs Usual the Atomic situations
Hodges spoke. jointly by complicated Audrey Hartley will

The commerce secretary Energy Commission and you've ever be Nora McGuire
from seen as -
(Continued 2))
the National Science
seen on a stage.
later said racial ; Jacob Jones as ,
segregation was Foundation, this will "" .' ... The Anderson neoptytes Herman "Ninety- Volt" \ ,
riot mentioned duringthe them: will go now. be the only Academic have a'reputation for JonesEugenia Thomas, \
planning stage of Astute politicianthat Year Institute in MRS.{ ANNA ROOSEVELT HALSTED ((1) is greeted at giving e x c e llent as Roughhouse Ruby,

the dinner and statedhe he is, Ripley radiation biology in medical banquet at Tuskecee Institute by Mrs. plays and are working Warren Jackson as Mr.

would not knowingly stuck a little clausein the United States. L. H.' Foster- wife_ of school's president, and hard to keep it. The Potter; Essie Wiggins

attend an affairwhich to safeguard: the The Albany State Mrs.. Eugene; hzbhle) ,whose husband is Tuskegee following students will will be seen as Lucy

was deliberately'segregated citizen. It's like professor was selected medlca1'.dt rector' and secretary .oC .John= A.Andrew have acting parts in ,Burns;Jean Bacon will \\
*' pushing a fellow into from over 600 applicants Clinical S oci-t;,. Mrs. Ha1stedda hter ,of tbe} the 'Freddie- be seen as Mrs. Mott,

White House Secretary the river and then and will pursue late .President..Franklin D.R oseveltt ld 2,500 Thomas will be seen Deloris Johnson will )
iii Piere Salinger said 'tossing him a life doctoral credits at guests that the U.S. can as;'.t!:e "moral leader- as Wilbur Maxwell; be seen as Connolly.

President Kennedy-saw belt.Thatfs so charitable the University located ship" of world only if fVe practice what we Richard Oliver, a s Tickets are now on l
in Ithaca New York. preach at home! and abroad." Hercules NeLscnMartha
it Not ,
news accounts of the seems, saleget, yours early.
meeting and the White to bethoush. The guy
House was investigating who pushes a man into I

the river and then r I
"- Ii-- ... : 4" .;''' '_
Albany Rams tosses him a life-belt A' '' '4 ,

could have preventedit ? : : : : : .
Wjns' SEAC Meet all if he hadn't '

pushed the man into

Albany State College the river :in the first

coasted to'an easy place. .
win 'of the SEAC Track The clause permits, N>> :;

and Field Meet at Albany the citizen suspectto x t ,. I
last week. demand a regular I

The Rams amasses 7S criminal court hear- .
points while Paine ing. But I see Whites \

College, Augusta .and and Negroes, Ignorantof N

Morris College,Sumter, the law, shivering
SCmanaged? 29 and 12 before a J. P. and... ;. I)

points respectively. what ever happens after ,. I,
Other conference members that is anybody'sguess. I

Savannah State, I
Claflin, Florida Nor- Well* at least, in

coal,and Edward Waters this instance VJayne

failed to send repre- Ripley made the JPs 4 1
sentatives. This was happy.All I've got to

the first ,track and sayPolitics usual. '. ; .,.. ... .
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OLD FASHIONED :. : \.: "> the Jacksonville Coach Just sit back and relax in a Barbecue Grill ;',- r

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Skjnt0 .; ,r'. Bicycle .,:; .
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I Menufacturers, of PosnerY Bergamot/'The Jar with tho Star' : : :.: parking lot fees. In addition it's easier on your .. .. Freezer ,' :;t'. '

\"' ... .. '"}.... !t-\;' -: -::' nerves. Let our courteous drivers worry. about the Furniture ,'
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J. ..' '". JsyrorsMnt in the. o s.uusOU--AccorIiIJI to reports from Sarasota:
.. ".'"j. ; overall baseeall picture last: week, the Professional Baseball Consdtteo .
< :.., -1"I"' -.. .::1,', .0. at Haaptcn Institute of the Florida Chamber of Cowerce is about to

1r 4- records:>N take corrective measures in. easing the segregated
;:ij c;;Pws.ob". games won this season housing condition suffered.by Negro
I TH5' JACKSOKVUXE'JITS case marching home with / 1 Ff_ than in thelast threeysars.Riding major league baseball players during the anrmal j
} the ,Charlotte fcrnets on them, but before all high the spring training sessions in various state communities
was said and done, the Jets had won and ,the Pirates 'rolled past I _
;( hcaeville Smokies came, following after. Why Elizabeth City Teachers The c tt-tJ'et- socialise togetherNcf
+ ; can't the tans leave the Jets alone, and give May+ 3 for their ing at one but the Colored'
-hem a break? The Jets will leave the South ninth victory in 10 Yacht Clubreportedly players, what havoc
Vtlantic cellar and 'take a steady march toward ri gases fbra 10-2 overall passed a resolution this insidious disease
''y she top of the league The Jets ,have a goodtsaall i and 9-1 conference urging all communities of racial segregation
they need is some hittingsome pitch- i record. involved in. major plays with. us at this
ing and some fielding The .team doesn't c are On the conference league training to particular time when
anything about Portsmouth, Ashville, Columbia, ladder the Pirates work problems with we're trying like hell
_,'j' Charleston, GreenvilleKhoxville or Charlotte. rank second only to the respective clubs: to coDd1t1cnourseltea
.4 They donut pick a special tea to lose to, ? JUt College Hampton as quickly as possibleMother both physically and
il either one of then will do. lost its only conference plaa endorsed mentally forthe long
BASEBALL FANS CAN STOP knocking the Jets, because game to A&.T. by the committee and seasonfs grind facing
4 s the team is the strongest in the South dropping a 7-3, decision 'suggested' by RalphChapI&D' all of us"
i. Atlantic League. Cantt you see it is holding 1 to the Aggies of I %:t-the Greater Sarasota represata-
up the other aeven members of the league, the Tar 'Reel State Tampa Chamber and tin Joseph Schwab said
t Nothing is written in the books that says the April 29'xcoverina Tea cam of the he is negotiating with
"r team must remain in the cellar The same teams froa the Tamps Tinwwould. have the Chicago White Sox
1f r they have ,lost tothey can win fromDon't count seven gase winning the top clubs play to build a "baseball
.S) the Jets out of the 'picture,the seas on. is ,still streak halted by the their early season IB hotel" which would
;young Aggies, the HI baseball games in Florida and house the entire team
THE ONCE ACTIVE,SPfilHGPIEU PARK looks like a team became: victory Arizona due to the I during spriag train-
ghost town. The IVings'are gonethe basketball hungry again on cold springs in the ing and would also be
goals are gone and no one, is seen playing Hay 3 by beating out north. The plan has used for other purposes
there. Turning ,the park into a ghost town is 16 hits that pasted been sent to Baseball afterward
something like the landlord burning down his Elizabeth City Teach- mm1esioner Floyd ... .. ...
I houses to get rid of 'the leasees Nobody i s era 11-7 On top of Frick and major league QSCSc/i touted
swinging, nobody is playing basketball, nobody the triumph was Hugh presidents. .
is playing volley ball, and no ,activity at all. Turner who unleashed Protests SteamroU for Dec., 91hTALLAHASSEEThe
ii IT WAS REPORTS not so very long ago that the two singles, a double Segregated housingand
Jets had acquired Alex Barride y. If they did, and a home run and eating facilities +6l
what became of him? ,If memory serves correctly ..... Garrell Hartman who in communities serving Orange HLossaa Classic
Rarriday was hitting theball in all directionsin GREAT FUTURE PREDICTED.. Michael (Hike) Jones" had a double,homer and the major league will be played in the
spring training and he appeared to be a of Webster, Ho. at '15 years of age, became the three runs batted In. training areas long Orange Bowl Stadium,
pretty fair fly chaser. Oh wellwe are not the youngest rookie ever signed to an organized Hartman is the only been the object of Miami: ,Saturday night,
manager, nor the general manager,nor the owner baseball contract. The 6 foot,179 pound 'pitch remaining Pirate to bitter complaint by December 9. The OBC
but Interested parties who would like to know, ing sensation who was signed to a $10,000 bonus hit successfully in Negro playersandthis pits the Florida A&H
are Just seeking information. contract :with the St* Louis Cardinals,has been 12 games. year more than any University Rattlers
IT WAS SOME TEARS AGO when the asebaU Tigers acclaimed the hottest pitching sensation since Baseball coach, Ben other has been outspokenly against another outstanding -
of Edward Waters College boasted of one of the Rapid Robert Feller' of the Cleveland Indians jamin Whaley; has a castigated grid power.
strongest college teams in this neck of the 20 years ago. In the featured article in ;Ebony young team as ELwood by such stars as Bill The contest is pro-
woods. All former students and fans throughoutthe Magazine current Hay issue, Hike while play- Thornton is the only White of'the St.Louis moted, and sponsored
state of Florida remember such performersas ing in amateur and semi pro ball, has amassed senior. The big bats .Cardinals Milwaukee ty the Florida A&H
"Big" Jackson Daniels, "Cocky" Dukes, Ralph 120 wins against 30 losses with 42nohit are swung by freshman Braves star Ran )k University Athletic
FrancisFrank DonaldsonLloyd "Rocky" Haisley, games 500 strikeouts and last year won 24 out sensation Lionel Aaron, Wes Covingtonof Association.
Chester Horse, James "Dean Blue" 'Everett, Hil- of 31 games including 12 perfect contests.Hike Stephens who is at Detroitand many
ton Rooks, Robert Jerkins, and several others is now playing with the Cards' Class D.Keokuk, present posting .403 others. TOOTHACIE f.t'::: ,?:
n rpti cnt Mt It till "u"r .11"OIAJll
who help to carry the banner of "Dear Old Edward Iowa Club. average sophomore One Negro star bitterly : J .QIIA-JEI.P
Waters" across enemy lima on 'the baseball Garrell Hartman.430! : Ji 1 .. coffiented,"Once ...1....'. II ..c.....
diamond. I and sophomore Joe we leave the South,we
THE TIGERs"FOOTBALL TEAS were highly respected Tyler with a .377 play games, eat, and
also because of the ,strong and p o werful I hemen.Sight New Records average.

; lines and backfields Do you by any chance
"' remember the Armstrong brothers, Eulene "Inky1; Uonl l se Of 61 Schedule Heart' Trouble

Jones, Wilts Alexander, Frank Donaldson, Lloyd often Heart among attacks lower occur salaried more ; h

"Rocky".Haisley, Eugene Whitlock"Cocky"Dukes TALLAHASSEE-The Florida A&H University; Rat- male employees than Among. < l {\
those in higher brackets, two
Ralph Francis, "Frog" Hendon, "Shorty" Holton, tlers will play 10 grid contests this fallac i scientists reported after. a :; __
James mean Blue" Everett, Ted Jones, Arnett cording to Jake Gait her,head football coach and three-year study. __
CoUnts. Robert JerkinsG.N. Collins(now an AHE athletic_ director 1 _
Bishop), Chester Horse, Richard BrooksEdward The Rattlerscurrent Albany ::Uses Stop Watch
Bennett, "Rick" Austin am others. The Tigers Southern Intercollegiate State for Itch Relief
took on all comers back in the days of Coaches Athletic Conference : Cites Leitermen p.x
Thomas E. Hbrris Ted Sanders and Edward "Ox" champions and Mrs.A.Z.Grade says-ft thought' :j
demons runnersup for the The second annual "bison r would ivy go out of my era with j Y .
itching. Th.en at myriend
DO YOU REMEMBER the far reaching and extensive 60 National Negro Blue and Gold Benefit H 1en'.. suggestion, I c;
athletic program conducted tjy the once great Collegiate Football Ball was sponsored by; tn'fun t,checked Tetterine.the ify.time husband on his, .
athlete Leroy "Spike" Washington and sponsored title,open the season the Albany State Col- ,stop watch. Well in no time at. .., r N
against the Benedict Athletic all, the itch was gone. Tetterina W.
>y Simpson Methodist Church,under the pastorate lege Associa- is>equally wonderful for fast leE ..
of the late Rev. Thomas HB. WalkerEvery Sunday College Tigers in tionFrid ,May 5 in of surface rash, ectema,ath- \
in the month and every month in the year, Columbia, S. C. Sanford Hall. 's. foot, and innocuous insect: 4y x ny r iJ
If ,
your druggist
the Efcmorth League looked like a big conven- The 19.61 schedule: The First Band G. : you send 75# to cannotiratfply S&up-
tion "Spike" was the moving .spirit in the Sept. 30, B enedlct, Ball proved one of trine Company Savannah,Ga. 'rA.; I \
program At one time "Spike" played a leading the reOct. 7Lincoln, last year's most successful i R your droKtst cannat,: ppfy you a YINQ IY I I f o Eft 0.
role in the sports programs of Stanton High Tampa; Oct. 14home- affairs and WATCH THIS CLOWN 'SOW St for-thtu UA62C TEAM MATES P.O.Box 34S71F3'*aannn.h.O*. i
School. He was captain and first basesan of the coming),Horris Brown; this year offers the 15-21-97 -1,1 r
baseball team and stood out in performances or Oct. 21Bethune-Cook- same lucrative features 35-17-63
the football team man, HomeOct.28S.C.StateThereNov.4A&r. :do or prizes and -
DON'T FORGET FANS that during the time wher first-rate entertainment 2 4
Spike played for Stanton, it was the peer of There Nov.11, Allen, 3 9
athletic teams in Florida.There aramany family There; Nov. 25, Texas Under the guidanceof 7 .
iar-names connected with the athletic teams of Southern, Home; and CK DunsonActing I
Stanton of the yesteryears December 9, Orange Director of Athletics, 4-80-36
THE WESTS3DE PHILLIES: managed by G. H. Borne Blossom Clas3icKiami. the proceeds; from the 127-9-110 .
are furnishing see mighty fine competition :All home game will ball enabled all the s..t..... .... .. .
Contact G. H. Horne for games begin at 2:30 p.m. lettermen on the cham- s......... Wt fen k ,.{,.
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