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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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Jacksonville Fla
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May 20, 1961
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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."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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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 20, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00409

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Preceded by:
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I' '-- SaturdayMay- -- 2 ,1961Jac____omill_ 'Florida ,'i:1Z:;: ___... -<



Gets Pharmacist ThreatA Ii,., wi wL 'Counter Desegreg : 'n


Jacksonville
pharmacist ,; .
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up and: robbed of a. ,., __ _

supply said this of narcotics week that, .i 1 Begun By Local 'Store

he has received et "
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threat warning him not.: \ ..

to identify one of: \ ,,:
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t: ". : Test ,Teams Use Services
DrTM Christopher, ""' ...... ". ;

owner Apothecary and operator Shopat ofthe .. J I?' 'M': Baldwin Boy Charges He Was : With No Incidents ReportedDuval ,

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Jefferson and Union '
Streets reported to : Beaten By Chief Of Police. centers and Jacksonville
.... ,' c County shopping major
police that last Monday i7 variety store lunch counters moved
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night he received I <"' Jacksonville and Baldwin defendants of
.: <.J are quietly with no reported incidents in desegregating -
a telephone call from $50,000 civil suits which were recently filed
i their respective lunch counters thia
someone who told him: f ..... in the Circuit Court,- .Fourth Judicial Districtin week. '. -

"A positive identification ,. Duval ''County' val county by the attorneys Negro teams,carefully -- Klansmen Fined
of Willie Mum- Plaintiff in theJacksonville of Hrs.Ruthie selected by the
ford will mean disaster KEYNOTER Franklin H. Whittaker: ,(left) special suit is r Mae Hill, mother of sponsors started Tuesday In BrodentorlHRADENfON
to yon.TMChristopher assistant\ to U.S. Secretary of Coia&erce Luther Deacon Louis: Jones of minor Johnny Mack noon, eating two-
held H. Hodges, will feature the speakers 278 Watts St: whose
was f rostrum; : Hill. times on a daily basis -- Facing
up last April 8, by; amy here Sunday when the Florida Kon-Partisan Voters complaint; alleges thaton a t Walgreen, charges of violatingan
t reputed to be an League winds up its annual meeting in a Jan. 7. 1961,. city Kress,Searst, McCro- ordinance against
'I addict of 'narcotics, :banquet slated atStanton High School.Prominent j policeman F*, Lan A 'ry.rye Cohen, Ilgettfs -. passing handbills
who slugged one of civic leaders from all parts of Florida will while: on duty,.. come ,and others. The here,two Ku Klux KLan
the ph&rmaciat'a"he1p-. attend 'thetwo,,day event which starts'Saturday s.7nitt :'d 1 es tand tsr .. a. / 'shopping"centTfr-s''also : manb'ers iron 'Fernandina -
..sr.I noon Whittaker is shown talking over affairs i lawfull/assault and riN served the Negro Beach were fined
of department with Hr. Hodges The Dental unit 'battery upon ;;plaintiff groups Tuesday by Judge WL
is host for this year's event*' and also shot k According to one of Kimball Jr.it was reported
plaintiff in. the; the test team's spokes .
Dept of Commerce: Official stomach. manthe desegregationplan Pleading innocent to
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The plaintiff also is one which has. charges through their

III To>>.Speak For Voters League charges that officers been successfully applied attorney were Jerry C.
-L maa also used profane -/ in other Florida Mclver, 24and Claude
Meeting here in annual session Saturday and i language without cities.Pollawing. F. Little, 32.The two
I Sunday May 20-21 the Florida Non-Partisan Voters i Just cause and that the August27Jacksonvilla men were given fines
{ League will have its final days program the defendant was an riots, of $35 each or 18 days
featured by the Hon.Franklin H.Whittaker,spedd. agent, servant" o r and after local biracial -> in jail The two men
.--WILllfi'E'mlr'uiiiiAccording assistant to the Secretary: of Commerce as main employee of the defendant i DEACON C. L. ,JONES groups failed paid the tines.
to Christopher speaker when the convention winds up Sunday City of .t,.ck- ..Sues Jacksonville to come together to It .alao disclosed

the narcotift" Afternoon-- -- ,in- New Stanton Senior High School sonville during time In this case, the ease local tensions, that the two defendants
bandit walked in t h Q Mr* Whittaker, whole of the incident. plaintiff complainsof the Jacksonville: Charm were among 11
drug store about 1l:3& youth is eyrtox'monswith at Club Ribault on Deacon Jones also being victim of ber o f Commerce's robed klansmen and one
.am.and demanded that. ,', today's national outer Mbncrief Road. complains that as a violent and unlawful group met with a re- sympathiser who were
the pharmacist give I leadership, has held On Sunday afternoon result of the inci- assault inflicted by presentative group of arrested April while
several d i stinctive starting at 3 o'clockthe denthe suffered handbills
him whatever morphineor men- Baldwin Polic Chief Negroes.The outgrowth passing announcing -
delaudid he had on posts He is a nativeof banquet slate will tal physical pain, CB.Nolan in Baldwin, of the meetings was a kian meeting -
the premises.When the Colusbus, Ohio, be held ,in NarStanton. loss of'time'and mores Flaon March 12,1961.The the chamber's present in Manantee County.
druggist told him that, married and tte father Senior High School. which lessened his ability plaintiff also Community Advisory Trails of others,
he had none on the of two children. Isadore Singleton/vlce to earn'a live- charges that Chief Council. Johnnie Searcy,37and
.- premises, it is alleged Educated in, t h e president of the'Sec lihoodafnd generally Nolan's assault o f It is believed that his wife Lois, of
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k that the dope Columbus public school ond Congressional- impaired and. affected the victim was unprovoked the outcome of this Auburndaleand Eugene
addict .aid,"l tv got. system, he later trict is chairman of his health.!?' unecessary; week lunch ourt e r Mathews of Bradenton,
to have it or I'll: i studied at Talladega the program coed ttea The plaintiff is being and without Just cause tests will result :into were said to be
blow your brains out College,University of and will serve a s represented b y and that the Chief of smooth patterned scheduled next Tuesday -
Mumford was arrested'lhort11' I Chicago,aid Ohio State toastmaster the law firm of' Johnson I police also .assaulted desegregation of the before Judge Kimball -
after the Saturday University. As a regular -. Prominent programparticipants and Shfflf of Jacksonville plaintiff after theminor stores public facilities .
.
April 8 holdup on the University will include was handcuffed ,and will further
_ when a New Deal of Chicago football :Rev.J.S.Johnson, POLICE CHIEF ACCIBED enhance local harmony ,
and T.iyWtcab driver teas, he was signally the Stanton GLee Club, The civil suit seeking I ei and progress., Bishop Greene
turned in t ag number ''i honored by; being selected -' Stanton Principal $50,000 from th e' i 2 Seek Until present, testing
of the auto to which All Big Ten DBrooksEric O.Sinp- defendant City of EntryJC plans are com Announces New
Kooford ran and got Guard son, Atty. Ernest D. Baldwin was filed in pleted and a workable
In Events Slate
into after fleeing' After securing his' Jackson, E dwsrd D. t Circuit Court, Fourth .' system toward unraveling -
from the drug store law degree, he was Davisfoiaerpreaidentof Judicial Diatr1c ,Du- several present.
The get sK&y car was later publisher the the voters league, FORT LAUDERDALE- problees have been Bishop S. L. Greene
identified as that of Pittsburg Courier He Frank Hanpton, HenryArringtonMrWhitt8josr"' ,Ifljury Fatal Negro high school ironed out,it is hoped announces the Calen-
Alfonso Harper, who also served with the graduates hare applied that the general pub- dar of events:
had been previously Navy as a Lieutenant as keynoter, Samuel Man for enrollment into lie will await an official Sundq,Hq 2dBaccalaureateEdward -
Second Grade. To Jax all-whits Brov&rd Jr. announcsBsntof Waters
arreeted as a ,user of Jones, Bernard Smith,
P+r+dbrie.Harper.hor! : I Using Fiesta Hotel, E.J. Norsan and other College.It total desegregation. College
ever denied knowledge 1251 Kings Bdas headquarters A Jax man died from has been reported of the lunch counters TueedayMay 30- Cosv
of the hold-upjStying the voters The Jacksonville unit head injury received that Dr. Joe Rushing, before disrufting progress menceaent exercises,
that he was asked to league officials and of the state organisms when ,heda accidectly the Jtmior collegepresidentstated tke: ,blrsoislplwttn8 10 a.m.F.dru'd Waters
drive Musford to a delegates will register tios is host for this fell down! a flight of tinta'pll.catiaa co-fM- ha*. College.
destination, but did'' 'for certification year's amFMflcoHveo- stairs.: cjvlfey J 6, city of Con-: .already accoaplished., Monday,June: 10- Ministers -
.not know Humfordj! before 'engaging in tion police""reported I tance Ifeby ar.. a -- 4 t IxBtituteEd-
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planned to the election of its t Edutrd Weathtrington other of hrsi, and ward Waters College
narcotic hold-up.perpetrat.ls as* state officers Baaqaet reservations 65, of 145 Oak St. i J*ss Tickers, 25, a .WELCOME July 17-21-State Tri
t Dr. Christopher told slate The election may be stewed by calng |.d1..'HoDdq at lMNt t I I!i Fort LatadtHals _- Institute, B d v,a rd
a FLORIDA' STAB rePorter will take place later \\ atsPO-S-y08gQt & Ul4S'p.a. in,a local' i i't fr employed father et' Waters College
that fit did on Saturday evening. ton hospital .frill, theaociisBtaPL I'I l five would be s--..tttd o Jtoyaf At'Ch..IMosoRs July 24-29-Touth Re-
,not intend to allow Saturday --night, the DISCOWT CUT fall frsteps !: to, a s.stsr for ; treat.mtrsll College
I delegates will gather l c' tfes rear sfStreet, :. I .f'T lnt eta mw : Rale1&llI.C. Round
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Associated Negro Preas"I -J
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O p Judging from the number of bills introdooed'

ERIC O. SIMPSON......_.._.............._................Monaglng Editor n w .. in the house during the current session that

ALYSON E. WISE......._.............._.:...._............-......News Editor .-+ C. MrKam. ..cP do not represent the will of the majority of

HILDA WOOTEN..........:_..,..........._............Circulation Manager the people, it sees that a better 'pdsn shouldbe
,S. devised to advise the citisens of the
MAIN-SFF1CE & PLANT; intend to
measures legislators
our propose

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'FLORIDA STAR.-P. O.Box 561-JACKSONVILLE 1,FLORIDATHE X K.tr
In issues
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4R hs ;r,.. after we discussed the Justice
FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR:
fc U of the Peace
1. City and County Civil Service Jobs 1 the hearings
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bill which would give
2. Negro Road ,Patrolmen "" ; 141, 1 a L tt a
'. .; senatorgoes legally untrained JPs
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',' 4. More, Negro Police Officers off the right to try

5. More Squad,Cars for Negro Policemen, and conjures .cases which 18 one of
upa the most ridiculous

bin I pieces of legislationto
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lot o f "SIMPSON Then there is

A Worthwhile Program t r y r : tricky clauses that that utterly stupid

do not represent the Confederate bill introduced -

.. will of the people. by; Senator

It is my thinking Wayne Hipley wh ich
Motorists in many cities win be offered opportunities THE CAUSE OF "THE NEW FRONTIER" CHILL ON CIVIL RIGHTS LEGISLATION (and I think that if would make it a misdemeanor -
to have their motor vehicles safety
would think it
checked without charge during May and June. anyone to deface ordestroy'
carefully they
.The Vehicle Safety; Check Program is nationalin Your would over ) that the the Con-
Weekly ; agree federate !lag.Representative.
scope and consists of local, efforts whichare Duval delegation

voluntary and conducted as a ccoaunity .. should submit George
-- Horoscope Guide r a copy Stalling has supported -
activity Civic clubs, church groups, business of the bills they; planto a bill that

organisations and other groups are scheduledto WHICH ARE YOUR, LUCKY DAYS FOR ; present to the would give tax reduc-
conduct safety check lanes this spring in
legislature b e fore tion to who
TRAVEL taxpayers
BUSINESS LOVE'- ,
the interest of traffic safety; They are inspired introduce
they them wish to send their
to do this by thoughtful public safety; By PABLO, The 'ASTROLOGER: : : These bills should be children to private

officials; and auto industry leaders. .
schools rather than
Safety features which will be checked, at no

cost to car owners, include br&keetirealigtte, ARIES it would be ,a lack of (23rd,26th and 27th). the augmentation of :integrated Our schools.must

steering mechanism exhaust system ,rear view Be prepared to, d o investment profits. legislators
horn March 21 to April 19 good sense to expose |be very blind if they
mirror, glass, horn and windshield ,wipers yourself to the justice to the Confidence l30771791137SAGITTARIUS
cannot the chaos
see
If have successfully -
Under the voluntary safety; check program, you deceptive influences that your allies that could
withstood direct develop.
2,700,000 safety minded motorists ,last year repose in you.
pressures to break that prevail (22nd-( Born Nov. 28 to Dec. 21 After giving tax reductions -
drove their cars through check, lanes and received 390331357391LIBRA
to 23rd). Lie low,on the to white
a free inspectionbut a tar greater you downup now, It is only naturalto
26th-27th but do not
families who don't
number failed to take advantage of the opportunity there may be new and fall preyto inner
commiserate too much Born 24 to want to send their
Sept. Oct. 2S'You
more deceptive attests
It is hoped this year,with civic check fears or the power of,
with yourself 1 e st children to
lanes in about 4,000 cities in 32 statesthere to accomplish the same this have three out- the great. The days integrated

will be a substantial increase in the nuober purpose ((23rd). The than handicaps is useful you standing days during when positive think- schools, pretty soon

of cars inspected Compulsory periodic inspection 26th and 27th are not more which mutual affec- ing and actions are we'll find Negro
or ,necessary.
laws prevail in 18 states and District particularly friendly 8-50-8&-14-98-858 tion, friendships and recommended are the families saying (for

of Coltmbia Legislation requiring it is pending and you should not financial interestsmay 22nd, 25th and 2eth. the heck of it) we :

in other states permit ,a deteriora- LEOBorn ; be well served. Arm yourself againstthe want a tax reduction
tion of relations July 2 3.to August 23 because we don't want
good
Our state and local police are interested in They are the 22nd, negative influences

the safety; check prograas Almost every day between you ,and the There are additional 25th and 28th. The on the 23rd. our kids to attend I

their men investigate traffic accidents caused people you like or opportunities, during 23rd holds deceptions 26th and 27th. integrated 'Schools,we

by poorly maintained automobiles Many motor need. You could add a this last quarter, to which may take glam- 3-50-55-12-23-351 want them to attend

ists, although good driversdontt realize they fond friend to your place yourself in a orous forms to entice. .. private schools.

are operating automobiles that endanger themselves I roster on the ,28thif position of leader- you into costly ad- CAPRICORN There is one thing

their families and other motorists. An I you are traveling a- ship. The 22nd and ventures.Negative influences Born Dec. 23 to Jan. 19 these rea c tionary I

vehicle of out of round or attending asocial are more legislators who
inspection one
average : every 25th are days of agreeable Friends, salesmenor are
five inspected has been found defective in one gathering., surprises, likely to prevail on others who have intentions playing up to the

or more ,of items checked. 2-80-66-16-43-286 which can bring moneyor the 26th-27th, making to obtain a white sup r e mists

A new feature in many lanes this ;year is testing i TAURUS successor bothif these days rather un- .share of your good should remember is

of windshield and blades for i Bern 20 to 2 > propitious for any that"jfhat's for
wiper anas :April: May ( you have fully; paved fort une,may use deceitas good

adequate pressure and cleaning ability Wiper The the way through careful moves or changes that well as other forms the goose is good for

ares* engineers have learnedlose tension after uplifting 1 ements and and farsighted 'could affect yourlongtemiassociations- of pressure to make the gander".

a year or more. They should exert at least one disturbing should about e planning. The wise you fall into their I see where some of

ounce of'pressure against glass for each inch run excellent even handling of ,financial and interests. traps.Be particularly our legislators are

of rubber blade length. So now some lanes and making an operations is a 1 sorecocrmended(26th2th 810991976819SCORPIO on your guard on the trying to push througha

service stations have a handy scale to measure compromise. The 22nd, ) 23rd and 26th, when bill to prohibit the
28th
and shouldbe
25th
this, before ;you learn about ,it the hard way- ideal days for The line b tween -Born, Oct.. 24 to Nov.. 22 ;the odds maybe stacked advertising of liquor
by failing to see a hazard quickly: through a friendship and matri- against you. Chance prices.These legis1&I I

smeary, road-muck covered windshield during the spectacular successes is You are so very tors,all of them,from
mony a fine one. seems to be definitely
financial
returns -
rain. Even as an ounce of prevention is better' good 670661589676VIRGO. practical and realistic the governor on ,down,

than wreck repair b1l1a,this upgrading qualityof and the sale or A. as a rule. You the on your side on who would try to tell

motor vehicle, inspection is real progress. acquisition of proper- : could have a hard 22nd,25th,28th. yon\ that they) favor

ty.Be on your toes to Born ,Aug. 24 to Sept. 23 time of it convincing 5-20-33-14-34-523 the bill because it
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spot fraudulent of- Tour morale is apt anyone about anythingon AQUARIUS would minimise the

All Is Not Well, fersor smooth opera-' to ride high one day, the 23rd, and it Born Jan. 20 to Feb. J& inducement to citisens
tors who may be trying .
and sink to the lower_ would be frustratingto As long as to drink more intoxicant '
can
to'put something you
It would seem that not all is veil within the over on, (23rd). depths on the next. try The 22nd,25thand bank on the good fortune beverages, are

vast Ccsnunist empire, despite the 'claiss of I 9-10-99-18-65-919 you The 22nd,25th and hare 28th are the only prophesied by downright hypocrites.They .

enormous progress that cose periodically from the glorious, days days when you would mighty; Jupiter in your know fully well

Moscow and Peiping. One of the greatest problems,. GEMINI when anything can, be at your best with Sun sign, you do not that the bill is designed -

it has become obviouslies in the ,food supply.The Born May 21.to June 19 happen, to your pride. other people, in your need to be too con- to control

other day the premier of the UlQainethegreat The odds are about and joy.Gossip or ill- occupationand in the cerned about the irascibility liquor pricesso thatno
known thI Soviet'. field of tinance.There one liquor dealeror
grain-producing area as
advised entanglements. or
even, and if you playgear ; pompousness -
the sack for failure to are risks involved in group of liquor
bread basket
was given game with 'pa-, could shatter'your associates and
produce. Two other top officials were given one tience and finesse, peace of mind and react others forcing the hands of higherups.also dealers could start a
in
chance -on an "or else" basis or 'tryingto be price war by cutting
moss there is a fine chanceof to your discredit find short .gra _,
Bothe the Soviet Onion and Red China,coluenist the decision cuts for prices and advertising -
winning 740111585741.Born
Robert S. Allen reports, have been f r ensiedly The 22nd, 25th, "Man's Days Ar* Numb.r.&fHealth the cut rate
PISC S" prices
buying food frcm other countries To obtain and" 28th of .
foreign exchange, Russia has sold big blocks of intellectual are days and Fortune: Can Be Yours : Feb. 18 to March". 20.. An live got to say
prowess,
her precious gold supply on the London tree You could possess is that the legislators
.accords and
friendly When You Know Luc
market. In China,the food shortage is apparently the victory of fine your Lucky.Colors unusual skills, and 'operating in the

: still graver, with famine and starvation principles for the Etc., ._ almost everroneother current session are

raapant in some areas. The crisis is biD part -- .I< .. ,. than yourself,,,may be' slippery bmch who
to the vagaries of weather-but.in addition,says; Gerainians xho: respond Send $2.00 for your ._: fully aware of it. bear close watching

Mr' Allen, there has beeafVLdespread mismanagement 'Horoscope- Guide For '..- .. .': '1-. The 22nd,25th ari28th by the citisens or
readily to their .. .. ,
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"... the most before loag they'll
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and bungling, and extensive pilfering and planetary vibrations. V 11I1" V "" days
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sabotagenCcmunisii : .' suited 'to demonstrate: take aost of om-
But on the 23rd,26th : "
according to its leaders,offers the and. 2th unfavorable : Fill in the blank below and mail, to this in irrefutable rights osjgr with their
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and is doomed to : 'y .4 -Jacksonville'1. .florida, the wool over .. ,
leases of people, capitalism upper hand f -. l' Iol .-, ; ;.;; your

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ISPORTIHG You Seek The Beat Doctor -
When Your Doctor PrMcrlbtt p
BY c. PARHAM JOHNSON F2uzme\dfti
I tmmmmmm Get Experienced I ITo
i Fill Your Pracripilomr. t
ITT IB HOPE that the Jacksonville i fi According To Your Doctor }I
beginning to take on new life with cmi..... We Us. Only

e of new men. Let m hope that the .... 1/1-, 'j. The Boil Quality'Drugs At L l
i supply enough inapiration,aeperatSa, i # YL Dr. C. E. filaakProprietor t.
to give the I \ :
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r Jl r< 2tf r'around Jacksonville who, support a 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE yOULILLY'S

I good reasons for their loyalty and : --
I BO ONE CAN DOUBT the fact that the DRUG STORE
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i some good players. men who can field ).
hit the ball and run the bases, but .ISO Kings Road ELgin 3-8278
why the team is A COMPLETE LINE OF:
give a real reason
-" Cosmetics Rubbey Goods Candies Sundries
/ I in the cellar The business ; PLAN ARTS FESTIVAL, Mrs. Lucile LittlejohnHurplychairaan PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
what he can to I
I Russell is doing
and Henry R.Danielscochairman
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I problem by getting in new men The head the committees for the Second Annual
Soft U is striving very hard to Arts Festival which is to be held from -
Spring
best advantage what they have given PHOTOGRAPHS FOlt L''
2 to 6 p.m. May 21 in New Stanton Senior High
with. The seem to bend
players ;
School. Displays and singing and dancing will
1 to play the game No one can say EVERY OCCASION .
m.e be featured by all of the city's secondary
the trouble is
.ee H KAS CLEAHLY NOTED that a schools. the event is sponsored by the Duval 4$ Exprt Photography
'received from President Sam Wolfson County Art Teachers AssociationMrs.Mildred J.Hampton ; 'ortralts Weddings BaaqmetsPassports ,

that he would be home and president. & Identification Photo _I
!e overseas .i Photostats &,Commercial Work '
k do something about the situation Inks New Manager Pact b;; Photos For Newspaper Cub
President Wblfson said "If it is I While You Wait
\J need, players we will get." Those _......... -..... ':DJt-1 Coloring & Picture Framing F
s ,, remember the statement and the'time -- Let Us Tak. A Photo Of You
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also remember he made good, his .w'j
Jacksonville club moved forward .*$ In Natural Color -

COKING INTO THE CITY were such J. AVGHT
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1 Aaron, Bob TrcwbridgeHorace AVERY'S PHOTO STUDIO ,

i tilla Hike Roark, Hay CroneCaro, ) 1674 Kings Rd.- Next to EWC Library
r son and others) who went on to win
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Phone EL 4-7695 For Appointments
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I clinch the AH-Star game, produce _
(-hitter in the league, the home run ': .
,(' all other honors that go, with a ,
From the time Ben Gareghty landed '
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; The team that represented #
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South Atlantic League was no push
WITH ALL OF THE BASEBALL talent

,II I, ville on these seed-pro teams, it
/ I! that none of them seem to have

; to work their way toward the top.

I\ ,get as Class A ball.Is it that they
I to venture out? Is it that they are ,

: couraged to take a chance or that '
MAKES2E7SKIN
a .. : BLEACHES
to 4%...... .,.F :
;want to leave home? They seem : 1
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,fans who go to watch them. -> OLD FASHIONED .

SEVERAL HIGH SCHOOL players have so even though
EVERYBODY HAPPT?-Apparently ,
I by major league teams who saw in number one ranked heavyweight, Sonny Liston S/rntona, j I I,
A :#' signs of development What home (left) seems pensive. Gil Turner, (center)and. y r jJ
representing Jacksonville in big George Katzright) exude smiles of happiness.
other than Bill Lucas, the son of is credited for lightens dark spots
{ Reason?...Turner recently
Lucas? Bill had what it bt
Eugene perfect powder
Katz as List on Ts new manager. Floyd
securing
:!didnt fail- to take advantage of it Patterson has refused to recognize Listen'schallenge base Skintona'-'
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to his world crown
if they didn't make it they could
; i'y cleaned his house of socalled underworld in- I
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to Jacksonville and continue their Patterson I
/ fluences. It seems rather doubtful that I
and semi-pro baseball is no
I SOME OF THE BEST FOOTBALL talent and Liston will meet this year, if ever. Manufacturers of Posner's Bergamof/'The Jar with the Star's -'

college leave Jacksonville and

\are good enough for pro tootbaU,
iAdolphus Frazier, who else from .
t.. 1 drawn any football salaries? So

/ Rattlers from other Florida cities / 1AA
sections of the country have ]

in the pro ranks. Where are those ; rr
Collegiate football with Willie

[Bill" McClung, Big Bill" .
[and other players from the Fla ASM

[Rattlers
| SOME REAL BASEBALL GAMES are

(throughout the countrThe teams :

n [Sweet Water, Mandarin Orange Park, :' 4 j
lPhillies and Jacksonville's own '
I team that beat the famous T_++ i .w

in Jacksonville There are other t
;various sections of the city who t
keen competition for all comers. 1 1r
f DURING THE JAZ JETS spring

there was one young player, who y {

(airily: good until one day he was .5"... t. M /
,park 9:30 ..m. and he came. in at 11
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J JI Stantonians; ; Will Present Fcrm; Broadway: MusicaleV .

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fe feat field :Baptist Church,,'will continue through

the week, it has been announcedPrayer servi
59 t begins at 7:30 p.m.and seraons will be delir.

i. r. ; ed at 8:15 o'clock. Rev.Ben D.Coes is in char',
;e and Choirs 1 and 2 and Usher Boards 1 and i
e7 t i;
are serving each night '-:
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*. Greater New Jerusalem Baptist Church, is cal'

::1 : brating its 37th anniversary and the 31st c

t its pastor, Rev W. A. Mack On Sunday at 3 ]

Y*' V .+ .j, Rev. C. B. Dailey, pastor of First Baptist aJ
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f'm f'i : / f J r g-VV his congregation will direct servicesThe pul

t. lie and church organisations are invited.
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BROADWAY CCMES TO JACKSONVILLE will be the theme here Monday night when the famed Stanton
I j!i 0ltoCU'a Senior High School Glee Club tinder the direction of Mrs. Alpha H. Moore presents '"South The general public and church groups are ii
vited to attend the third
Pacific on the stage in the school auditorium beginning at 8 p.m. Presentation of the anniversary progrc
of the J. B. Cook Circle of Methodic
I famed Rogers and Hammerstein vehicle involves some 35 characters, colorful songsdances, Simpson
blended to a skillfully and highly interesting interwoven theme.Bloody Mary will be played Church, Kings Road and Cleveland Street in tt
e A tip of the P.psi Cap Social Hall at Then
Sunday. starting 3:30
e to th.s. outstanding young by Edith Home; Teta, Dorothy GreenMcKinley Genwright as Comnander Harbisonand Liat, p.m.
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Americans, who mole our Ererlina Smith; Other roles will be played by Darlene Harems, Joseph Harper, John Corker, of the observance is "Roses On Parade. Mrs

tie i I a country bttr and p loc.our In community which to Barbara McClain, Lucy Walton, Louise Polk, Geraldine Ellis,' Carol Brown,Betty ThomasRose. Hary Gibson, "Talisman Rose;" Miss Altene\
I liv.. Miller, "Red Rose," Mrs. Pearl Mackey, Pin(!
,k I M. Jones, Barbara Mitchell, Maurice Butler and Audrey Lawrence. Servicemen are: Willie '
Id I:! Brooks, Johnie Jiles, James Nelson, Donald Martin, Wilton Blake, William OsborneGeorge Rose;" Mrs. Nazarend Simons"White Rose;" an
I .... .L'" Louis John Ellis Virden Jakes Torebio others. Mrs. Eula Walker, "Tellow Rose".The five ladie
Martin and
e i K ** w JIIr. .. ... Winguard, Searcy ,
I are vieing for Queen of Roses title.
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tI I I I: I II Ebenezer Men's First Baptist's Union CommunityAnnounces A.C.E. League The Trustee Board and District 5 of West Unio

a I iC it Rally Is Sunday Activities SlateBy Events ,Meets Sunday Baptist Church meets Sunday following mornin
worship. District U meets Sunday at 3 p.m. 1
i iCit .By PRESTON PETERSON 'Rosa Lee Coffle A FRIENDLY CHURCH the home of Mrs. A. Cannon,1716 W31st StreetA

'WITH President Leonard J. musicale will be presented by Choir 2 Sunda;,
Rev. c. 'B. Dailey
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I I -tt The Methodist men A FRIENDLY MINISTER Roberts president night. Prayer and scripture will be heard i
f iI Lr'i:: of Ebenezer are ,having pastor, is requesting, ** of the citywide ACE song. The 'program will benefit the Deaconesi,' ,
1 t\I thcdr Annual Mens all members and departmental Sunday services at Leagues the AME Board

Day Rally; : throughoutthe representatives Union Community AME Church announced that * *

RBSINAI0" PATTERSON day on Sunday May accompany; him Church Eaverson and' the o rg anization'0 The Sharon Harmonettes of Waycross, Ga. will
Northwestern High 21st.Th day will be;. Sunday afternoon at will
Beaver streetsbegins monthly program present a program Sunday at 4 p.m.in Goo
gin with the fellowship 3 p.m. to participatein with Sunday School at be held Sunday, beginning Shepherd Baptist Church,1722 W29th Street anc
: Reginald is a member, ( the anniversary
I. of the U--2 breakfast at 8 9:30.a.m., with Super- at 3 p.m. in at 8:15 p.m. in Mt Calvary Baptist Church,
class-tc at Jerusalem
Young Hems Council, o'clock in the social observance Church- intendent C. L. Crane Mt. Zion AME Church. Spruce and Dora streets. .
I School Publication room of the church.At Baptist and his staff in Miss MaggLeSffithhoat * *

I National Honor Soci, eleven of clock Rev.tor. W. A. Mack pas- charge. president, will preside Sunday activities at AbyssiniaBaptist Church:

ety, and treasurer of.J the morning worship. School Since last Sunday was follows: Choir 1 will present a Pineapple Sip
beginsat
the Junior Class. 'J ..begins; To bring the Sunday 9:20 with Superintendent -. Quarterly Conference Main speaker on the at 3 p.m. in the basement of the 'church.Melvir.,

*********$ message to the con- &em. G.W.Scottand day, the Mother's Day program w i 11 be Grace will be master of ceremonies Usher Board

; r gregation a man has his instructorsin message will be givenat Clarence Felder Sr.,a 2 will sponsor a 4-6 p.m. Tea in the home of

s/1 i' 1 1"I been selected with Devotions the 11 am.service member of St.Paul'AHEChurch.Shiloh Mrs. A. Paschoe, 1498 W. 15th St. with Arthur(;
wide religious 'and charge. by the pastor, Rev. H. Baptist
Reed as guest speaker. District 4 will meet at'
+x will be led by the
; social experience. He Hollis Hooks. Prizes Church's Male Chorus Daniel! ,
: Y r church deacons priorto 3 p.m. in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
is not only locallyknowibut will be awarded to
the direction
"I : -Ie the U a.m.moming'worship. under Cummings, 1493 W. State Street. Mrs. Lillie M.:
nationally the youngest and old- of Charles Gervin the
-tc Hamilton
will be the speaker. District will
Rev. C. B. 4
I At he ,is the
present est mother
present.
Angelite Gospel Sing-
iC Dailey will deliverthe meet at 3 p.m.in the home of Mr.and MrsDaniel
,
Chaplain of Bethune- The League hour is with Charles
ers Kem&
C' JOANN LUCY STUBBS' Cookman College at sermon. Choir 3, with Cummings, 1493 W. State St. Mrs.Iillie M. Ham'
\: set for 5 p. m directory Miss Judith
ilton
Usher Board 1 and the will be the speaker The Male Chorus will
w Douglas Anderson Daytona Beach. This Mrs A. :B. Houston in McBride; Miss Juanita sell
\ : : Brotherhood Chorus barbeque Saturday starting at 11 .a. m. at
is brilliant
l \: +C Joann is enjoying man a will serve throughoutthe charge.E{emngworship Green and Miss Loretta: the church.
)C immensely her last scholar deep thinker begins at 6:30 p. m. Green will be program * i
I I and a devout day .
I +C year of high school. W.F. Tillaian, president Choir v I and Usher participants along fountain Chapel AME Church ladies will observe
Christian The of '
4* She is president of men Board 1 will serve with others. Leona Daniels I
Day starting at 9:30
1 11 Ebenezer feel they ,wil1 preside during a.m. Sunday
I I JC the National H o nor the BTU meeting throughout day. President R ob e rts with Mrs. Irene Austin. Program participants

x., i JC Society,vice president were fortunate' to obtain which starts at 5:45 Rev. AFPostell and stated that the organization will include: Mrs. Abiah B. Sheehee, Mrs. A.

':-. \' 4* of the Chorusassist- a man of this'caliber p.m. The pastor will congregation Allen is planningto Hagan, Mrs. R. Worthen, Mrs A.J.C. ,oolsn, Mrs ;;

v i K ant editor of the, annual to deliver deliver the final mes- Chapel. AME Church will send delegates to S. D. Davis, Mrs. M. J. Tyner, Mrs E. Bouie,
K staff, Business their message. We are of the during render an after service the 46th annual: Chris Mrs. M. Gilliam, and Evangelist A. Anderson. I
day
i fc hoping that all per sage in the interestof tian Endeavor Conven-
: manager of the Debating * ;
the Evenin
-tc team. sons interested in 7 p.. m g Men'15 Day,sponsored tion slated for Chi- Communion services at New Zion Baptist Church:

I ..lfJl.JI.1 ..... mental spiritual stimulation uplift, worship.The Children Choir by Mrs. Ruby Johnson. cago, HI. July 5-8. will be held Sunday gi.'ining'at :3:45 p.m.

r ..aI meets for rehearsal WEEKLY SCHEDULE Choirs 1, 2 and 4 will serve, according to thepastor :
)I and Christian fellowship Prayer and Class I
will come and Monday at 6:45. The Bethel Baptist *
\\1\ meeting 'will be held
t1L worship with them and Male Chorus rehearsesat Musicale mMBMMM.H M|
\ Tuesday night at 7:30 Plans :
1II hear the Rev.Roger P. 8 p.m. Prayer services p.m. Choir 1 will rehearse Card :Jhankd I
.II V Fair. begin at 7 p.m.. Wednesday night A number of the 0/ ,

J I:J V Tuesday Wednesday and Choir' 2 rehearses City's outstanding
. : Simpson Group's night Bible Study Thursday :night. musical talent will

:II l t. _"-10 .- .. starts at 7 o'clock The Men*e Day\ Program be program partici- ,To my many Friend
I MICHAEL SHERFIELD : Recital Wds with the pastor serving scheduled for May 28, pants Sunday afternoon and Associates and to

L \{ Isaiah Blocker Huge Suce as the instructor. is in full swing and when Mrs Ange- All, my heartfelt thank ,'

Choir :3 rehearses at an enjoyable, program line McBride,sponsor, for your prayer ii
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I' ) Michael is a member Last Sunday annual. 8 p.m. Wednesday All with outsfcandinglocal: and her committee flowers, cards, and


d II' Honor Cluband Society School.Science Band of Simpson 'to) attend the Thursday to beginning at 5 p.m. ing my recent illness.

i Methodist Church was night meeting scheduled MarviaTeal: who is in Bethel Baptist
U Club affiliations keep for 6:30 o'clock. Gratefully yours,
most successful A ChurchinSweetvater.Appearing ,
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serving as program
Jrr t'' him on the go, but ', selection of Adrian "Ken" Knightand
moment is large chairman for the observance also will

i w '\1 every spent spare enjoying his well- known talents St. Paul AME The support be Mr. and Mrs. A. Family
: participated. of the members and
the
favorite hobbies-base-; Rushing, Friendly MtumKm" Knifkt
il j I ball and reading Mrs. B.W. Langleyis Church Notes the general public is Gospel Singers, The
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president of the sponsoring needed to make this Jackson Sisters
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i:. \'i and Rayfield ganization Greene, The services Sundayin program. _successful. Deacon Levine.An is also invitation extended WELCOME\
Mrs. Rosalee
; sponsor. to other
Cited singing -
St.Paul AME Church
Shannon is the ensemble i groups and individuals Royal Arch Masons
win with theSunday
' J ,! .* Listen to Pepsi fs president, begin School at 9:30 Ipsilanti Social and Rev. Fred
Alice Cook
Mrs. Mary
Williams is
Music-Quest .Civics Club presented pastor.
Friday
with
: Smith, director and a.m., Superintendent -
Nibs 10:30 to 11:00 Miss Dorothy Lang was D. V Sweet in\ Mothers and close rein Contentment,
ativea with carnation True
charge.Rev. contentment depends not
organist. upon what we have. A tub .
For Phone Requests corsages on Mothers was
R.J.Hlaineypas- large mag+.for Diogenes, but a ,.. > ,,
'Ii ;r' ; :* EL 6-0461-2 Ally's Perkins, tor, will have charge Day world was top little for Alexander.

*. Shaw Head of the services and Wie hope you have :
the senior choir and Wok And LV f
Florida Folks Up .
: Program Sunday Usher Board will on M/oyob/e lime '.

H "I' Prominent Jax, attorneys serve.President Towns end "The Man Of Gocf HersSUPREAE S while in our tlIy.i

D.W.Perkins and will meet with the BISHOP W., SIMES of N.Y.C. ,,-.
Leander Shaw will be ACE League at 5:30 ..yNV: ; i':.' _

t 1p i principal program participants p.m. Class meetings, C'''. 'I'\.. _.: -:. ... ,>Jr11 'f 'i.V .;':
Sunder marking -choir rehearsals and .- \, .
ti' The Greatest Services will be held at Pilgrim ; :. J.,
the closing period business jaeetings will
i'i'.f of the Hen fa Day pew be held during the Baptist Church, Fourth and Evergreen, on May ;... '-
rally. at St. Stephen week 23rd through June 6th, at 8:00 p. D. We will '

... AHE Church, Fifth and We of St.Paul extendan solve all problems, and give you Spiritual Advice V THE INDEPENDENT LIFE

; iii Pepsi ColaDealers Davis streets. invitation of, welcome Daily'
;; ofJacboI1vU1e Atty. Shaw will be to both .friends. Hour 10:00 !eM. ,to 6:00 P.M. ,AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY

tin speaker during and the general publicto .
I the U a.m. morning attend ourservices J 9&0 BROADOTOBHATIOH STREET ,:. HOME orriceJACK&ONVIL.UC

J worship service and activities !'HOIIii EL 5-7218 c :. '_' V 5V Sj FLORIDA

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Saturday StPaulDR. - of. Royal Arch Masons will converge I #w \ .1 t,;' j <: .
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the Third Sees ion,General Grand Conference : i fi t l f

2ff with headquarters located at Masonic Teaple,

410 Broad Street. Host during the five- day i ; Ttr l
session vlll be the Most Excellent Grand Chap-. 3E' 1

' ter Florida.
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[ Appearing here with Janes .Hawkins .Rev yrVia.

.. the or er's high officials Fred D. Richardson, .
will be L. Bro.C.A.Ti3anasterof : "
Harold Gray of PhiladelphisIaternahlmel- ceremonies Rev. s x ', -
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a J.C. Sanahost pastor -I .j r i

Grand High Prieatand will deliver the sermon LEONARD"'F.MORSE

r Fred Alexander Grand ...Passing Mourned
Ji1 High Priest of Floes Departmental leaders
Final rites for Dr.
ida.
will present greetings
rte Grand High Priest The combined Leonard F..HoraewJJcseen -. : 1Etr'

e Fred Alexander has requested choirs will oe under den passing in a
local hospital last ._
all subordi- ,
the direction of Mrs ... -----
Saturday shocked the .
nate chapters of Flor- -
ere Gladys: Vaught.Dr.R.V.MooreSpeaker. .: t.-
entire J "
ida to meetat Masonic Jacksonville .t -
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a noon Saturday. Dis- Grand Conference begins Saturday at 1 p.m. in r-' 1 '
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.trlct deputies will St. Paul AME Church, :( 1, f*
at 10 a. m and -- t : -)' ?
.meet at the temple closes at 1 p.m.At 2 Rev.R.J.Blainepaator
i from 4-6 and at officiating. -!:-,
Q p.m. p.m.the Most Excellent
I 3 6 p.m., all High. Union Grand Conference A native of New Bedford : 'f- .._

Priests will begin resumes its meetingand Mass., the distinguished ; -,'
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their meeting. Royal Select educatorhad C":y; ..: Sunday Program resided here for
t Master degrees will
Starting at 10 a. m. be conferred on 29 years,and in addi-

Sunday the opening honorees :by thrice III tion to his many; religious -

session uillbe supervised Grand Master Avery. educational,
by the Most Excellent The State Ororatical and civic activities,

Union Grand Contest which is also served as assistant _

Chapter of Florida, open to the public pastor of St. Paul. _

Crescent Chapter and will be held in The distinguishededucator a j it ?cnw

other affiliates of Masonic Temple at 7' graduated r _a
Jacksonville.All from Howard University.
p.m.and will: be supervised
members are requested by Rev. Ben D. He received his
to wear full B.D. from Paine Uni-
i Richardson, assistant
regalia and to attend state director of education from Northwestern -

and be prepared to for the Royal University and
his MaD and PaD degrees
remain until the close Arch Masons.At .
rIr of the Grand from the Indianapolis -
High the
8:30
r Priest meeting which will p. m.also, be College of MAKING PREPARATIONSSome of the more,outetanding art students of New Stanton Sr. High

i begins at 11 a.m. welcome public to the semiformal Metaphysics. School are shown above as they complete their paintings for the Second Annual Spring Arts
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Parade Slated Honorary degree citations Festival that will be held on May 21st at New Stanton.This event is being: sponsored by the

All members of the I which banquet time Dr.during He V. were received Duval County Art Teachers Association. Students seen (clockwiseare Marilyn Joyce White,

entire Maconic family from Allen University; Alphonso Leroy Cole, Josie CogerCarol BlackmonCharles GloverJohn GreenAndre Johnson,

will report Masonic Moore, president of and Edward Waters Col- Willie James Williams Flyim Edwards, Dan Wynn. At right are: Clifford Grant and Clifford

Temple for the parade BethuneCookman Col- lege where he had Grant and Charlie Jones. They are under the direction of Mrs. Mildred J. Hampton, who is

which begins at 5 lege will be guest served as president also president of the Duval County Art Teachers Association. Bottom photo shows Isaiah

p.m. Sunday. speaker. of the college o f Blocker Jr. High art students: preparing for the festival with J. G. Walkerinstructor' An

Memorial a e r v ices Presiding will be theology He headed invitation is extended to the general public to be present to witness this cultural ex-

I will be held at Second T.E.Wlllamasuperintendel't Edward Waters department travanga. Mrs. Lucile L. Murphy of James Weldon Johnson Jr. High School and Henry R. Dan-

1 Baptist Church, '954 : of schools! for of social studies iels of Isaiah Blocker Jr. High Schools are chairmen of the arts festival.

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tertalned last Saturday evening by Hrs; 'Dorisj ,,.. .-..t.'I'''.'i'., .''''.20''. J ;;; ".: V:. ",.. ..' Lodge 7.Elbert .
A. Jones, 625 West 8th street. Hrs. Josephine :,- ...J k *
Cleveland and I were the fortunate guest players ; ; 1.r ". K* Kackey Jr.,
j Mrs. Cleveland the extra-fortunate she .f son of Hr. and Mrs.

won the lovely guest price 1- : Albert M. Ha.cktt.r355
Miss Ruth H. BrooaeMrs. Vanorian SchellMis Kinwood Are, will bea

Gwendolyn Schell, and Mrs. Vivian Satterwhite principal on the

were the happy recipients of club prizeevhicb EVery Young World"
consisted of variations in beach accessories scene during the
Members participating in the meeting in addition Spring Fashion Revue

to those already mentioned,included Mra. slated for Kay 22 at

Pauline Smith, Miss Coatsie Jones, Mrs Butt 1 8 pm in Stanton Vocational
Bonner, Hrs. Vilnona Britt and Hrs. Lillian High School.

Singleton. S Hcmesnaker Instructor,
# # # # # # # Miss Barbara Robinson

The KLrocood Avenue home of Hr.and Mrs. Albert Y % k .a' of Douglas Anderson

Mackey was the scene of a recent meeting of the High School will
Kevinettes Bridge Club Mrs.Norma.R White and narrate the event

Mrs Dorothy Wllliaas were guest players, an d : : [ r *

both received gifts from the hostess x3 a 'f t MrsMaude Pooler, spent
Mrs Barbara Harper, Mrs Bnalee T.Georgearx Mother's Day with her
Mrs. Sara Lovett were high scorers for'the eve-1 T\ / I sister and husbandMr.

ning. I I and Mrs ATillman of
The remainder of the Kevinette membershiii : 1215 18th Street, St.

roster includes MrsEssie McCray,.Mrs* Dorothy Petersburg. She rePorts -
Oliver, Mrs Doris G. Bennett, Hra.PavIine Davis I having spent an

Miss 'Daisy Gilliard, Hr s. Thelma Greene, enjoyable interlude.
Hrs. Celeste Nicks and MrsGeraldine Hilliard. 1 .' "! 1 sR *
# # # # # # Mrs. Hannah B. Hiller

Another meeting of note held during thespast,, of Green Cove Springs
week-end was that of The Smart Set Bridge Club, 'tSr is recuperating a t
held in the west nth street home of Hr. and the home of herdaugh-

Mrs Dennis Stewart.' Mrs Stewart invited Mrs r r tor,HrI.Glad1'a Woodaid

Camilla Thompson as guest player -s ; r 1 following a recent
Heading The Smart Set score list and receiv- 1 Y ro ? i _p Y. itt b operation in a local

ing the lovely prises available were Mrs Lola Y" { y r hospital Friends are
Schell, Mrs Joan Spauldingand Mrs. Thomas ; asked to visit her.
Engram ..* ELECT NEW OFFICERS-During an impressive ceremonyofficers and members of the Royal Vagabonds -
Other members present included Mrs Norma H. held their annual officers installation recently in the organization's club house. *

Bland, Mrs. KLisabeth Downing, Mrs Louise Walton Presence of the members wives added lustre and charm to the occasion. Hrs.Bennie L.Canty Mrs. Lacy Marcus of

Mrs Vivian Holmes, Mrs.Lois lizard, Mrs served as installator Officers and members standing from left areDr.L.B.ChildaPrelton Jessup Georgia, is .,
Hortense W. Gray, Mrs 'Nellyvoxme T. Russell, Peterson, president Phillip Douglas, vice president; George Cash, Sgt. at Arms; Atty visiting her sister,
and Mrs Thelma Lewis. Releford HcGriff, Bonnie L. Camay, secretaryj John GrahamEnnis CaesarAnthony KinnonDr Mrs. L.Frank Collins, i
* l Hunter H. Satterwhite, Frank Jones, Robert W. Harvey, W.D. Sweet, I. Emerson Bryan, and of 1262 W.22nd Street,

Members of the Classy Lassies Bridge Club Caesar Middlebrooks, and Mrs. Bennie L. Canty,(installator) foreground.Wives shown seat- 'who is ill.Hre.Harcva.
assembled in the west 21st Street home of Mr ed from left are Mrs Anthony Kinnon, Mrs. George Cash, Mrs Hunter H. SatterwhiteMrs is Mother
and Mrs Adrian Oliver for their regular bl.; Mrs. Phillip Douglas Mrs. Bennie .Canty, Mrs. W.D. Sweet, and Mrs. Releford He Gr ift. of Marcus Chapel
monthly: meeting. Mrs Doris G. Bennett was the Standing from left: Mrs. Frank Jones, Mrs. Leon Lauray, Mrs. Caesar Middlebrooks, Mrs. Missionary Baptist .
lone guest. Ennis Caesar, Mrs. Baerson Bryan, Mrs Preston Peterson, Mrs Lincoln B. Childs,and Mrs. Church at DoetownGa '

Mrs Sarah Wright and Mrs Carolyn Washington John Graham. She reports a very \
were among winners of club prises (PHOTO BY. AvmY) pleasant: stay in the

Answering the roll call among members were: city and enjoyed a
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Hrs. Margaret Starker, Mrs Margaret Hathis, BIRTHSBirths '::k.::: ,;.-..,.. .--', -:.- .....>:-7-. -... ..":.-..>>-,..'.1i f .fAMU Schedule I much needed rest

Mrs Juanita Williams, Mrs Helen Toney, Mrs. .:;;.,:-:. ,, > t'f't
Alveta Allen, Hrs. Geneva Henderson., Mrs Joan 1.r S'ay\ Youth's Speech .
at-Brewster Hospital .
Spaulding and Mrs Grace Sykes r:''' Clinic/ In JuneTaLLlfie3SSEA oMy Wedding'8elis
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Hr. and Hrs. Jerome Ii ,
Mrs Hadassah Bullard was guest player when Franklin, '919 Third i ser .t IppUcaiions for Marriage
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The Charming Ladies Bridge Club met recently Avenue, Twin girls. speech correction pro- j Licensee ;
in the west 15th Street home of Hr. and Mrs Mr and Mrs John gram for children, ".'" ;

Walter Mrs Hortense White. Mrs.Hart ens*: rown Nesnith, 5543 Dakota ages 5 through 14, St Samuel, 23 and Kennedy Sandra, 632 J. Hall W. ,Duval 1212 :;
Brewington Ll4
clot Drive, Boy !! will be conducted by ,W. 6th St, 24. .
and Mrs Coretha Wilson qualified for Mr.and Mrs.Carl Green : the Speech and Hearing Ernest Mabry, 826 W. 7th St,
'prizes : 58 and Artie B. Gandy, 826 W.
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Attending the meeting were: Mrs Delphinia H. 7th St, 38. .
Hr. and Mrs Arthur A&K University, from. Henry M. McCullough, 1014
Cleveland Mrs Clevel
Brinson, Mrs Josephine Swanigan,945 W.Union June 33-August 4. Oakley St, 18 and Susie B. Roberts .
Cromartie, and Mrs. Dorothy Dunlap.a Street, Girl.. The speech clinical 1057 Troyan St, 16.
* I Vincent A. Davis, E. St, Nassau
Mr.and Mrs.Frank Ford program will include: ,
Bahamas 21 and Barbara
Jenk- A.
Marian Sutton invited Mrs Claudia
Hiss 1990 W.20thSt.Girl. speech and hearing Mathis, 1417 Community Court
ins Hiss Martha L. Perry and Mrs IAUViniaNewman -
Mr and Mrs:Curtis evaluation retraining 17. '
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as guests when she entertained The Gar Jackson 1025'W. 7th and r e h abilitation Benj. Lewis Jr., 2035 W. 45th
Club last Friday evening at The Lincoln CABOLTNM. HART .. St, 20 and !dar7 1.. Butler, 1459
Bridge
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Street Boy. procedures 'W. 20th St, Apt. 2, 18.
Golf and Country Club. Mrs Jenkins and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Pete Mrs Edna H. Hart of who hare retarded ANOTHER BELAFONTE I Geo. C. Berrien, 2837 Saturn
Perry were winners of guest prises Wilson, 5644 Braite Gainesville announces speech,shuttering, SIGHS 'UPAdrleznseBelafarite Ave., 67 and Hortense E. Washington -
Mrs lydia SweetMiss Zelma Johnson, and Mrs Avenue, Girl.' the engagement of her articulations delayed 12, whose 2837 Saturn Ave, 50."

Alvinia Scriven were top scorers among clubmembers Mr and Mrs.Hesikah daughter Carolyn speech,sod other mother Margurite,. r 57 Hilly and'Perry Mildred, 5524 Williams Verbena, 5524 M,!
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Gamble, 6601 Cleveland Moselle to S .Walter defects heads the NAACP special Verbena Rd., 36/'
Other participants included Mrs. Lois Avery Road, Girl. Terry Wlaberley, the J Since clinical facilities projects department .Erell Hall, 918 W.. nth St, 1ft
Mrs. Catherine Jackson, Mrs Mrytice Thomas, Hr. and Mrs. Wilson son of Mrs. Ellen B. are Halted, this week and Netha L. Crum, 1412 THinQli3t

Mrs Merle McClain and Hrs.Sylvester Bossard Henry,738 Jessie St., Wlaberley of Ocala a maxima of 25 children launched a letter- 18.Jame. '.
* will be writing campaign to i D. Littleton, '1184 W.
Girl. registered
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Hr. and Mrs.Willie J. from Lincoln High in the speech secure additional: 1970 W. 17th St. 27.
Kay, 6864 Virginia 'School and received clinic OB a first NAACP junior lift ..... James E.Jennings 216 Johnson;

1 ::r ,;:, @ Avenue, Girl. her B,. S. degree_ in come, first- served berlh1 They cost St ton, 35 St;and 34.Lois Toston, 216 John-'
Mr.and Mrs.Johnnie Me n..muF4ucatlon 5 basis $100 (payable in installments Will!. J. Kimbrough, 391eJi
CrayRoute 9Box 409 from Florida Ioruleauep .Parents wishing to ) and are Stuart St., 20 and Mary L. Reese,
f Boy in enroll their children designated fir youngsters Elijah Atkins, 1051 Florida
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Mr and Mrs Arthur Augustine in the 12 md.r. Ave. 35 and Fannie M. Owens,
ser speech and
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p&ggs,6l4 Shutter St, Kewberry Elementary correction progammay. Flu, Smog.and Lau Career 'I. Jamts.A. Cherry 1444 J:. 20tWSt
Boy School, Newbarry. ,secure application Exporinff mice to comhfnvtlon 10 and.Barbara J. Jackson;.
!!r. and Mrs Lavern totes by writing Dr. of influenza virtu and 1242 E. 23rd St, 17. .
; ; Barber Et.8Bor 417D Mercer R. Boulire .moL produced lung canctn I Chi C. Moore, 2081 Mars Ct..
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similar to those found in humans i 90 and Mary A.'Gardner 714 W
Girl. School,.Oca1 ,aM isaMigned director, Speech and according to a" report by Beaver St., 17. '.
Mr and Kra Benjamin to a Guided ..Hearing Clinic Bex1 fair Unirentty/
::i I IrY Gadson,296l San Pablo Histlft Unit in FortRichardsoaAncborage 156, Florida Iii DoiversityTallahisee-

Road, Girl. ,
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MitchaUH56 V. 4th The wedding is .it, IrUMicn 263. '- frRUSTEp

Her mother or her sister? Street, Girl. .scheduled for Jsfis .1Cat The Speech sad Bsar- ,
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BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL NATURAL-LOOKING HAIR COLOR Bradley 471 E.: 23rd drta-ek of God' in I : Roar 212 a'd 21lt pANREUEFrs

Street, Boy Christ, .Gain.fville- I I .f:Tucker Hall. :
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Whether you want the excitement of a different Mr. aaA Mrs Jehu .I II. rp, LESS.5cLffrm
hair shade or want to give new life to dull or .
gray hair'..insist on the long-lasting haircolor '. BajBO&Bex 335, Bey.pallia -' "
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f '. THE FLORIDA STAR '. Saturday, Hay 20, 1961
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I r rR F:' :' ;> .' ;: After : ten Years., In. Majors ', 'Willie Mays' Potential Is Still Looming : ". I





1 Amazing 'Say Hey Kid Still t I Jax Thinclad I II Top Major's Prospect Rattler Trackmen Shatter


Displays Spectacular Skill, I Ranked High Marks To Win. 'Kegee Relays/


: by Bill Slater

r NEW TOR&--"Willie Mays has brought a breath- RatingsTALLAHASSEEFlorida
taking excitement to, baseball, set off by hisunique TUSKBGEE INSTITUTEAla. brilliant FloridaA&

$ abundant skills; but along with the fun A&M sprinters and relay .M University track and field team broke

and glory, he's had proble e." teams are ranked three meet recordstied another,and took first

With these words, among the leaders in place in nine of 12 events in the 35th Annual
Arnold Hano begins along ,of the player are the NCAA according toa ir Tuskegee Relays here last week. '
cited and the author ; : ; .,
and interesting
all
Dominating running -
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article on the famous also goes into Mays Don PierceNCAA track events in the "

ball player in the interesting: hum an and statistician two-day sports festival I To Chi Sox I
ear"Sport.popular qualities that have
current : ____ __,..r'I __ recently which attractedsome
monthly Robert Hayes of Jacksonville 4,000 fans, the a
magazine The articleis is second in Ir i 'aggregation set :
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titled "The Willie I II .' i" : ;- t meet records .in
:k- new
the 100- dash ..-'.. <.....
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r Mays Decade. the 440 relay,the 880relay : ,
I with a time :of 9.4.. -?
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On the last day of
t. and the sprint !.
February: of this year iI ,,.. '..1\.1I''S ._...' I His teammate, Robert medley.
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; ; ,: "f. :\"[. .' Paremore of Tallahassee -
Hano recalls, Mays The spectators included -
tenth year as a major .1 : l lia t ,is tied for ninth Howl Ellerbe, j
he $ Sx 1 place with a clocking former Institute ''
league player, was Tuskegee -
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i of 9.6 for the c e nTh .
clearly the biggest iM..v: 1 track star ,I
star in baseball." tury.. and member of the I
c battlers T $go
I Only twenty years old C. Helms Hall of Fame,
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when he Joined 'the j yard relay team of YyY whose 23- yeas o Id YY
Giants team, Willie's : RF -I Hayes, Robert Harris, sprint record in the Y
Lake1and ,aul Denson .. .
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"talents have been, 100yard dash was
consistently splattered Long IslandNY.; and matched by a flashy;

S -- ...... Ralph JohnsonOrlando
over his full """"'OfR.'' Florida freshman,
is second to Abilene
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decade. WILLIE MAYS Robert Hayes.
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In all of baseball, made him an endeared with tine College of 1:25. ----- Hayeswho reportedlyhas -....-.
the writer states, member of his team. 1 a ROBERT LUCAS been. clocked at JOHN'TRADEDIn) "HS":, roUNCTU.N

only two players ever I "The 'little boy in The 440yard relay ....Hot Corner Custodian 9.4, ripped over the
quartet is tied for move which
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hit as many. as 25 Willie set finish line in 9.5 -
an earlier tenth place. The team EYES MAJORS-Robert Lucas of Jacksonville didn't cause too much
home runs and stole generation of Giants ; is composed of Hayes, hitting third baseman for the 61 SIAC champion a mark not before excitement ball

i 25 bases in the same ', reeling with,laughterand Harris, Paremore, and Florida A&M Rattlers' baseball team,batted over equaled at this meet fans, former among Milwaukee
Ken Williamsdid
season. spirit"he writes. r Manuel Rivas,Republic .400. to pace the champs to a 17-1 conference since Ellerbe set the Braves outfield star
oncebut Willie
"The combination of of Panama. record. The 19-year old hot corner phenom is pace in 1938. JohnWesCovington( ) was
Mays didit five times humor and seriousnessthat The FAMU thinclads being eyed by numerous major league scouts. The 440 relay team- sent to the Chicago

i running before his he now imparts are defending SIAC He's the son of Jax's Gene Lucas, another dia- composed of Hayes,Al White Sox on waiversto

thirtieth birthday.And keeps today Giantson champions and have. a mond great of yesteryear.Staff Austin, Robert Harris beat last week'srequired
not only that, he their, toes. skein of three ( Photo by James Walden) I and Robert Paramoreran 25-man team
hit 30 home runs am His stealshis hits, the event in 41.1
straight meets this limit on p layers.Covington's .
stole 30 bases in the his catches his seconds shattering
; laugh I spring. Coach Pete Earnings High two bril-
Cookie I.
L same season.In ter, his worries and 1 Griffin is the head Goose : the old record of 41.8 liant catches and
one of his spec his triumphs are told set :in 1951 by Prairie
tacular plays, Willie with great affection t coach, by and Coach he Ernest is assisted In. Tax Oil ? View College. 1957 timely BravesYankees hitting in the

knocked himself unconscious in I Florida's H es
a ten-page articlein Fears. a.y world series tilt helped
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catching a the well- known ,i 6 Harris, Paul Denson
beat the New Yorkers
,flybut held the ball Willie KANSAS CITYFamedbasketball <.,ii' and Ralph Johnson
magazine. Mays in the series.Flemings.
so that it did not has become an institution I Villanova Ace clown-star .. teamed to smash the

touch the ground,Hano not only in 10-year-old 880 relay
Roscoe (Goose) Tatum
recounts Other spec- the world of sports, Had Polio At Monday pleaded nolo record of 1:27.4 with

tacular plays and but in the life of I contenders (no con- A timing of 1:26.6. The Signs

outstanding records the country, in the Nine Years test)to Judge Richard t 10-year-old record With Raiders

I, opinion of thewrite- M. Duncan on charges t i.' ,. .a was set by Florida.
-- VILLANOVAStricken of having failed to SSATTLS-Gcorsc Homing -
with Polio at the age file federal income 'I ,i. -; _Yh 4 ..> FAMU Team Has ,halfback and kicking -

X. of nine years, Villa- tax returns for 1956 Floyd Patterson Record star of the Washington -
nova*s ace dashman and 1957, it was re- .' Top 1 ius kic s,a done

I t F ii tFW .I Frank Budd hit- the ported. CHAMP Floyd Patterson TALLAHASSEE- T he of the greatest football -

t '3 ace Feel & zenith of his track Government attorneys : reportedly won't plan Florida A&M University players in modern-
f ;\ career here when he testified Tatum earned for a big money gate 'baseball team, under collegiate liistoryhas:
tied the world's Century $130,000 during if he fights this the able guidance of let it be known that

mark at 0:09.3 four years; that the fall in order to avoid Coach Costa Kittles, he will sign",dt l the

I : during a recent meet 39-year old defendant too big 'a bit out of has a 20-win-one-loss Oakland raiders of the

P9)1Y ,. with St. Joseph's' and I filed returns in 1958 his years earnings.His record for the 1961 American o o t b all

}, Georgetown. and 1959 but failed net earnings from season. .Lcarue.
Budd then climaxedhis to taxes 'during the Johansson fight
pay -----
-, day's spectacular' those two years. They at Miaul in March were
performance by clip- added that Tatum owes said to have netted You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get

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II i j t that Tatum Duncan may stated have Scoring Record STORE NEEDS

I I. 1 earned the money and
V If your druggist cannot supply Youe::.,: SHAVING POWDER 0. 4v 4 On Your

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4f I ..--. ..,. A&M University
: WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISEDIN
t : Rattlers hold the PAPERS
YOUR LOCAL
..... Watch This down football record in
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scoring for a single
74-59-65 season with a total
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Dixie
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: THE FLORIDA 8TAA Satuiday Hay 20., 1961
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POUCH RoS : 'THE' LARGEST SELECTION IN JACKSONVILLE .

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ROBBED 61 3 KENFrank .

,Brown, 27, of
1219 Broad Street Lane ,

was attacked sod rob . .S .
M bed last Smday between -
2:20 and 2130a.m.pol1ce
N ,1

Brown stated reported.that he ., .
..-.., ",.
vaft on his way home nf I

after leaving a Duval :; \z.
Street address and o. "'

when he reached the .
700 block of Jeffer- I

son Street, three men

jed him from behind .. : / -
and took 145 from him
He told police he ..' .

could identify the ..', '-
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I 'C .. ATPI Ir
sees suspects them again.Patrolmen if he. ever' .. "'\: ; .rninurfl PH

T. L.Mays .....
and V.Solomon invest ,

igated. UfflLR
# flflIafl
CUTS BOT FRIEND

Albert Bellamy,32of 1 R Y
i
1921 W2ndStreet was .
injured laat Sunday 1

police .reported F'Sr r Me'nl GROIJI MOHAWK
Bellamy and his h
girl 1 I
friend.Elizabeth Adam 1 SPORT SHIRTSTriBiBtfii .

25,of the same address A"..' .n' .' fete o tieA if A i tie.illy I livirtisriMokivk
got into an & '6 giant I, ..'4 2 ,. shirt IIITI! sped skirts. lielitfint(
over another woman, ; ,<. 1 Buy, Bioy "wisVi'wimHl! Flat eotfoos Itwhlti
and the argent developed ;N .. prints, sends puree, I inif, IBbisfii -
x ,rflh, litistN, krtstfilithSf BiralJMLIL ',
into a fight K.x'ryR .
in which the victim

suffered a cut on the
.
middle finger of his %c, > Is- GROIF CABOT SPORT

left hand.. & KNIT I SHIRTS I
The injured man was ,2
taken to DuvalHedical ,1 FtatBS Ctbit stylist ytw issariRei tf iitlHy / l
:.: SM "Ota Rlrir" ctttti plaids, faaeltsi pti
Center for treatment. ever "Ivy Uigii" ekiiknysi imkrtMind ptlisktdcttttis '
:k eel boat-sick styits! Emkitapttkitt4stlltfctltr
Bellamy and the
woman Y 1 1 ctH. llslt ial pttttritl. kitts $Ittt
were arrested and 1 '- airs, ttt 1MLXLMOHAWK.
charged with Y'xn _
disorderly; /
conduct I I _
and fighting1
with a knife t __t.5 i GROUP SPORT:
_
:.n AND DRESS SHIRTS
Rpyol Palm Club ,
ar+4' d::
.a : % ,,, 3 Yet'", SMI tkiM I II "Esttirt"! lnwy wkHt trttltrtl
Meets ? t. ku DBESS SHIRTS lacllftl pits most vtivt.krtidtlttk .
Sunday aid txftrd tttitis wttk skirt
I t k slaves aid simd tr bettes*dsws.ttflars. SPORT
The Royal Palm s. ; SHim lielfidtt vtvta ,laid., ItM-tHtM dtkkywtivts
t nH.....wkttt krtadclttks, iMkrtMtrtdtksllis
Christian Club will 11.. .,. print, wkHi tr tilW-Mlir II"... Sizttl
meet in its regular x. S-M-4XL. Drtst skirts sits 14 It n.GROll'P .
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monthly session Sunday '

; afternoon at3:30p. SUPERB BAN.LONrm: : 1
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m. in the
home of Sister Eerie {' Tkt kill if shirt yull.. missy espy| visrlnI! CUs-
Mae 'ten- tit ftJsckitatUsr skirt II Hut Bin-Lin tixfirtlyUi
Turner,1538 Y -'" 4 .
: will skrtak stratek tr list Hs skip
son st. All mevbers 1 I tvti tflsr enntliss wufclin! Ollvi (til, H. klM,
are requested to be 1 Witts, Wick, tray, .... Shit SULUSE .

present I
Hashers are also S OUR;1 T14IiVDVi'M'1 PLAN ACRES OF FREE ,PARKING

reminded that our .G 10-DAY MONEY.BACKGUARANTEE '* COMFORTABLY i l AIR-CONDITIONED I I I I IM

vice presidentjSister .. 0 '
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Zollie Evina is ill
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at her residence .r .
1360 Johnson street.

Members are urged to

call and see her,

Sister Mary: Dixon, .x
announced. Sister
Edith Woods is club.
.
ti secretary: ptl

CAMPING a \f Q: QU'f'f

1 The forest fire you start will 1 fltlS1
definitely be your own-and 1s
tlf.fEtl1
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Here's one way not to start it. PtlCe.OsCOU
se 1
i Keep a collapsible metal drink- s '
ing cup with a cover on your s .
person at all times. When yousmoke
use it as an ash tray. If
you're as careful afield as you
are smoking over your wife's MsI SUMMER SLACKS
new rug' you'll get matches,
ashes and stubs inside.
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I"STRAND, SUN 4A!.! \

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