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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
March 31, 1962
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:
UF00028362:00604

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
March 31, 1962
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:
UF00028362:00604

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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of bitterly to a Mrs. Vonceil Gonzalez Watson appearing on the federal voting. The
swimming pools desegregated lant. This account
star reporter .'*-',.' ( lationally televised "The Price Is Right" ,won bills we support was
in separate suits sbk t ; a "$2500 given to Judge R.R.
Baby Uraud piano. The former renownedNew
visited her recognize a fact to
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tried in Jacksonville. .
> Roberts and
York model and Jet and Ebony magazines County
'There's some- I' cover our national life:
Ernest
D. Jackson of
Officer V.M. Howellby
Jacksonville of mighty funny a- girl is the daughter of Leon F. Gonzalez of Jacksonville persons who have
legal
Adele King. Miss
,' she re- : prominent Florida Elks official. completed the sixth
representative for thecitizenscommittee
King owns the 6514
ci murmured to grade are qualifiedto

called, in Jack Greenberg ,- "Why should | .NAACP ,Action: Pullman Porters vote--fully where Richardson the killing Rd. house took

.. have done. a thing capable of intelli-
{ chie'f of the
Want Wage Hour place.
and ?''*-**> t > *-+w,.. .... .. _. gent participationin
National Association, for A Postponement a3ai::-r > .f *;'-_'f, .> ., ..? According to Miss
Mrs. Ingram's : democratic"processby
the Advancement of | System RevampedNEW the King both the victim .

Colored people's Legal not exclusively! A any
Triumph "
s reaction YORK The Slee- reasonable standard V !
Defense Fund to assist TYRONE INGRAM
in tragedy. A tide TAMPA Rev. A. Leon ping Car Porters have fairly applied..." ., y.. w'ray
him in the two cases .,. .Commits Suicide
held here this week. seems to be Lowry State presidentof asked the Pullman Com- According to Kennedy A

It has been learned the entire suicide. Woodrow Millerof the NAACP has pany and railroads the Civil

neighborhood 531 McCormlc 'Lane issued a warning that operating their own Rights Commission. Y
that it will be about
before decision Tyrone was known \was also present at the Association will sleeping ,cars to revamp composed of leading Y :.'I'
60-days a >.
as "Pa1 1 the time. seek an injunction to their wage-hour educators from all ,
will be handed "
The police have declared prevent the Universityof system in an effortto sections of the d
down on Tuesday's cases,
reported that the Tyrone's death a Tampa from receiving prevent creating a country, has unanimously -- ;
Jackson said.Woman
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'tragedy there suicide. His mother any further permanent pocket of endorsedthe ,.. ) s. < ,... ,
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some gang in her grief has her federal funds unless :unemployment. use of this j f 1(- ,

StabbedIn in the the According to Union standard. Exhaustive .. ""H ., i.'
neigh- doubts. Apparently school is desegre- ',-,,";.:" #" ...r
which included other people have thei: gated.In president A. Philip studies have led the

ArgumentGeorge of pistols. doubts too. .. a letter writtento Randolph discontin- Bureau of the Censusto NATHANIEL GATES

V. Bennitte. seems to add :.. Dr. David Delo uance of passenger equate 6th grade .Confesses Killing. .

to the feeling the school's president trains mergers and education with lit-
28, of 1449 W. 24th
Street was Involved in is that no Leon Board Rev. Lowry requested other consolidationshave eracy. and suspect Gates

altercation with a burns were found i information on the resulted in an Poll tax laws.which were enjoying each

former girl friend the"I right tem- Urts Dismissal ,school's desegregationplans. approximately 50 per- became generally' others company for
the hours that their
lat: Monday and was he is sup- The Associatioc: cent cut in the workforce favored after the

hurt police said. In to have placed president asked Dr. 'iany laid-off Civil War, were a- beer-drinking spree
Of School Suit
lasted. In describing
Bennitte said PearlieMae of the pistol Delo for a conferencewith porters cannot look dopted in many
their behavior, the
Giles. 25. of 1042 pulling the NAACP officialsto forward to ever states to limit the

W. Church Street TALLAHASSEE A fe- discuss the matter. working on the rail- Negro franchise to witness stated that

pulled a paring knife on learned that; deral district court This demand by the road again." Randolph vote. at one point. Luberthaand

and stabbed him in the were also i here Tuesday was asked Association grew out stated. Hicks engaged in

right shoulder during on the dead I to dismiss a school of the university's The porters are requesting mutual teasing rol-
face and neck New Bids CalledFor ling around on a sofa
their argument. ; integration'suit refusal to enroll a 40-hour
could indicate in the kitchen. It was
> brought by parents of work-week or a 173-
Perry Harvey. Harvey
,:": Fights Battle For had been in a 11 Leon County Negro a Negro is the presi- hour month. The union FAMU Gym shortly Lubertha thereafterthat grabbeda

struggle with children: dent of the Inter- estimates that suchan knife from the table
;
or persons. Petitioners are the adjustment would
national
_. Longshore- and slashed her
TALLAHASSEE The companion's -
statement given Leon County School man's local in this provide jobs for approximately -
cheek
State Board of Control open
:: '. .. officers Board which contends 700 fur-
.,' .r; the five city. has called for new bidsfor according to Miss King
.S" '.. per- that the Negroes loughed long-service
; refused
Harvey was
.. construction of Gates promptly did
anew t
witnessed the
,
failed to show that enrollment to study workers.
gymnasium at Florida away with Lubertha by'
.t self-slaying they have ,been denied Randolph said the
!; t., a course in the func- A&M University. Bidsopened shooting her with a
young Ingram the right to attend tions of the National union also will seek
about 22-cal. pistol the
them by knock- a year ago
rYA schools of their to negotiate a job
Labor Relations Board.
witness stated.
were far above the bud-
the door at
choice on the basis stabilization rule-
The course sponsoredby geted amount and the, Officers C.L. Crews
Sunday morning. (of color or race providing that reduc-
federal funds has project was shelved and E.E. Tborburn. who
letting him into'
The board went on to tions resulting from '
since been moved to
pending preparation of first answered the
4 Ingram is
say that the plaintiff technological change
another location.In .
new plans. call reported that
to have de
failed to avail themselves will 'be accomplishedonly
'lxuise doesn't of rights under through "normal State architects said I Gates was so intoxi-
basically the buildingis cated he could hardly
any more! the state's pupil attrition" and not
other states NAACP the state his name. He was
style
same
Dumas was Ty- :placement law which._ layoffs and providingjob as i
action a demonstra- the lastyear found sitting in a car
girl friend. It one proposed
; -- sets up the basis fort and pay protectionfor
tion scheduled to
her home,' but there have outside the house. He
assigning pupils to
workers Jobs
occur at Sebring race whose willingly handed over .
been
w Railroad Ave. the school.adding changes made in i
track, in Sebricg. was are affected by mer- the ,
pistol to the
young Ingraft re- that the Negroes did order to fit the avaL-
cancelled when the gers.
.> west and shot not state facts rela- Pullman lable money. Estimated I officers stating that

tive to granting of only Negro 'driver At present attendants cost is slightly less he was the, one who had
and
entered in the porters
race done the shooting.
; describing an InJunction. than $1 million. Bids
became involved in work a oasic 205-hour
f aprerace Oddly the pistolwas
boy's actioas.; The board concluded will be opened at 2:00
auto accident. month and do not receive fully loaded and
family told "They have no right p.m. April 13 at theUnlyersit1's
Frank Mabry. Jr. a overtime pay Gates could not account -
t-', that Ingram to assert in this action ReserveOfficers'
'.I-' New Yorker, demolishedhis until after 240 hours. for that either
+ k his pistol with, any*alleged Inferiority Training
car as he drove After trip to Duval
a
bullet, placed of theirs ROBBED BY YOUTHS; Corps building.The .
I rL : from Miami to the Medical Center to be
ABOUT $95 gymnasiumwould
against present teachers LOSES new
: \ Sebriag track to appear the patched up. the suspect -
be built near
:. v temple, mud .principals and otherNegro
in the sportscar Ernest Jackson. 29, was then trans-
to pull the school personnel, present gymnasium, opposite -
esdarance race.. 3f 1850 W. 23rd Streetwas fered to County Jail
BENNY (Kid) PARET. former Three times the because of* the ,race, and southeast of
The NAACP>>, accordingto attacked and where he was booked .
hovers between life :
chap snapped emptily. aud color of those it Railroad avenue. ,
State president, robbed last Monday murder. "
:::1j. ospital while his wife time, it person."' It would be located for t. .
.
.gassy Alfaro \keep anxious w There has been no ; ,Rev. Leon Lowry desired night9 close to the ROTC buil- "

rt. title to ex-cheap Smile WM mhtd date set for the to focus attention The young robbers ding. The present gym 1 Howr"
on Mabry as the took articles and cash Register
last
Garden
1'0 is Madison : Medical Cater bearing converted hangers

J1. -eoalCioua from the ring to he 'dial.a. little is ss s only Negro driver amounting to $95 the 1 would be demolished,
,mtertd victim said.
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; POLL TAX AS nOISCRIMINA TORY"

= :Y6L. 11.N0.51 SATURIAY MARCH 31 19&2 1

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A Winner On "Price Is :Right"FLORIDA'S (11' Says Law Js Aimed To W akeD



es i GOLF COURSE BIAS -r--. $ ; Voting Power Of NegroesIn ;


so a recent testimony given before the judici--

j Committee of the House of Representatives,
ary
ti ha 1kr Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy attacked the
'IRED IN U.
, caI SCOURT abuses of literacy tests in voting and offered

k strong endorsement of proposals aimed at a-

.13 .M... t_ bolishing state poll. tax laws.'e... see

to li J. 5. Appeals Court Just Can't- leiieve It," attorney The nation's stated chief that Drinking Spree I

literacy, under-

tPf1 l'mao!a.tapt Golf Course, And Mother Tells STAR tion standinginterpreta-and educationaltests Ends In MurderMurder I

I !3 have been used
rLANTA--Arguments as to erupted out in
_> Hyde park golf courses and I need is a bullet. ." These words were' x frequently with a the County early, last
"'h swimming pools of Jacksonville to have been the last statement of Tyrone "discriminatory ob-
.. Sunday morning when a
., erated on a &. before he shot himself to death in the jective" and ".. 38-year-old woman was

before a three-judge U. S. .ve persons. ,,.;_ aat.,Sundayaornipg.? ,. almost always to the shot to death by the

the Fifth Circuit. ntotner grief, see see detriment of Negro man whom she had

As the result of a Mrs. Thelma over, two hours later. citizens." slashed on the face
i suit instituted Dual cannot under- Besides Louise In his testimony,
by jax Ernest, with a butcher knife.
"businessman Frank -and certainly Edward and Lucy Dumas the Attorney General The woman, whose name

Hampton and ,a group of Jars believe that her ,also witnessed the TTt stated at one point: was Lubertha Hicks, is

local clergymen and interested son de- f : : "What we propose is reputed to have devoted -
citizens himself. "I the substitution of
IN several hours
believe my '; l. an objective standardfor
Federal Judge Bryan and
"' drinking carousingwith
A himself! : TEE VEE viewers showed more than casual the present sub-
Simpson ordered the ,
golf courses and public- cently mother '
of bitterly to a : Mrs. Vonceil Gonzalez Watson, appearing on the federal voting. The
swimming pools desegregated lant. This account was
,Miami Star reporter ''. jationally televised "The Price Is Right"wona bills we support
in separate suits visited her ,_, "f... '$2500 Baby Urahd piano. The former renowned recognize a fact to given to Judge R.R.
tried in Jacksonville. : '
tory "There's some- ;: New York model and ,Jet and Fbony magazines cover our national life: Roberts and County
Ernest D. Jackson of
Officer V.M. Howellby
Jacksonville, legal of mighty funny a- y3, y'k girl is the daughter of Leon F. Gonzalez of Jack- persons who have
Adele King. Miss
representative for the ." she re- sonville, prominent Florida Elks official. completed the sixth
King owns ,the 6514
citizens. committee city. murmured to grade are Qualified
Richardson Rd. house
'," called. in Jack Greenberg The "Why should NAACP ,Action: Pullman Porters to vote--fully where the killing took
,- chi e't.. of'"the' Father ,; have done, a thing capable of intelli-
i Want Hour place.
National ssoci.lt..lon and : t.t L y r '." ,A ,, Wage, ... gent participationin
for .Postponement .fo. **** *r 1 -- .fv "" --f." According. to Miss
the Advancement of Mrs. Ingram's System RevampedNEW the democratic King, both the victim

Colored People's Legal not exclusively A Triumph process--by any
Defense Fund to assist Negroes reaction TYRONE INGRAM YORK The Slee- reasonable standard

him in the two cases in the tragedy. A tide ... .Commits Suicide" TAMPA Rev. A. Leon ping Car Porters have fairly applied..." i Q F'

held here this week. seems to be Lowry, State presidentof asked the Pullman Com- According to Kennedy -

It has been learned the entire suicide. Woodrow Millerof the NAACP has pany and railroads the Civil 1. :w-

that it will be about Springs neighborhood 531 McCormic 'Lane issued a warning that operating their own Rights Commission ,. ,

60-days before a decision Gibson Tyrone was known was also present at the Association will sleeping ,cars to revamp composed of leading '

will be handed as "pa the time. seek an injunction to their wage-hour educators from all

vice at The police have declared prevent the Universityof system in an effortto sections of the .
down
on Tuesday's cases, Ye
Jackson said.Woman denied reported that the Tyrone's death a Tampa from receiving prevent creating a country, has unanimously -

lities tragedy there suicide. His mother any further permanent pocket of endorsedthe

The some gang in her grief, has her federal funds unless unemployment. use of this x

StabbedIn in the neigh- doubts. Apparently the school is desegre- According to Union standard. Exhaustive

which included other people have thei: gated.In president A. Philip studies have led the

ArgumentGeorge ruling of pistols. doubts, too. .. a letter writtento Randolph, discontinuance Bureau of the Censusto NATHANIEL GATES

W. Bennitte shall seems to add seeLion Dr. David Delo, of passenger equate 6th grade .Confesses Killing. .

28, of 1449 W. 24th Canteen to the feeling the school's presidentRev. trains, mergers and education with lit-
is that Board other consolidationshave and suspect Gates,
Street was Involved in race, no Lowry requested eracy.
altercation with a Mayor burns were found information on the resulted in an Poll tax lawswhich were enjoying each

former girl friend dorsed hospital."I right tem- Urges Dismissal.Of :school's desegregationplans. approximately 50 per- became generally others company for

lat Monday and was he, is sup- The Associatior cent cut in the workforce favored after the the hours that their

hurt, police said. In the to have placed School Slit president asked Dr. lany laid-off Civil War, were a- beer-drinking spree
lasted.
Bennitte said PearlieMae house, of the pistol Delo for a conferencewith porters cannot look dopted in any In describing

Giles, 25, of 1042 mission pulling the NAACP officialsto forward to ,ever states to limit the their behavior, the

W. Church Street, could TALLAHASSEE A federal discuss the matter. working on the rail- Negro franchise to witness stated that,

pulled a paring knife on a learned that district court This demand by the road again." Randolph vote. at one point, Luberthaand

and stabbed him in the because were also here Tuesday was askedto Association grew out stated. Hicks engaged in

right shoulder during owned on the dead dismiss a school of the university's The porters are reQuesting mutual teasing rol-
K their argument. face and neck integration'suit refusal to enroll a 40-hour New Bids Called ling around on a sofa

-at could indicate brought by parents of Perry Harvey. Harvey, work-week or a 173- in the kitchen. It was

a; Fights Battle For had been in a 11 Leon County Negro a Negro, is the presi- hour month. The union For FAMU Gym shortly Lubertha thereafterthat
grabbeda
... r :: struggle with children dent of the Inter- estimates that suchan knife from the table
or persons. Petitioners are the national Longshore adjustment would
'.- and slashed
her
TALLAHASSEE The com-
'' "' ,. statement given Leon County School man's local in this provide jobs for approximately -
'
: '. Th-r State Board of Controlhas panion's cheek ,
....: "" officers, Board which contends city. 700 fur- open
'
''."'I r- called for new bids according to Miss King
the five
: '6: per- that th-e Negroes refused loughed long-service
iI Harvey was
.< ... for Gates did
construction of promptly
.. .... witnessed the failed to show that enrollment to studya workers. a
-
.'" new gymnasium at Florida away with Lubertha by'

___ self-slaying they have been denied course in the func- Randolph said the
Aid University. Bids shooting her with
young Ingram the right to attend tions of the National union also will seek a
then by knock opened about a year ago 22-cal. pistol, the
i iP schools of their Labor Relations Board. to negotiate a Job
witness stated.
were far above the bud-
the door at
choice on the basis stabilization rule-
The sponsoredby
course geted amount and the Officers C.L. Crews
,
day morning. .
of color or race providing that reduc-
federal funds, has
'
t project was shelved and E.E. Thorburn who
letting him into The board went on to since been moved to tions resulting 'from .
first answered the
pending preparation of
Ingram is;; say; that the plaintiff another location.In technological change
new plans. call, reported that
to have de-
failed to avail them- will be accomplishedonly
State architects said Gates, was so intoxicated -
'tiouise doesn't
selves of rights under through ''normalattrition"
basically the buildingis he could hardly
any more!, the state's pupil and not
other States NAACP the state his name. He was
same style
as
-
Dumas was Ty
;placement law which. demonstra- layoffs, and providingjob
action,
a
girl friend. It the one proposed last found sitting in a car
the basis for
sets up and pay protectionfor
tion scheduled to
her home,' at year but there have outside the house. He
assigning pupils to workers whose Jobs
x at Sebring race
occur
Railroad Ave. the been changes made in willingly handed over
sChools..adding, affected by mer-
track in Sebring, was are
,
Ingram re- that the Negroes did order to fit the available the .pis ol. to the
cancelled when the gers. officers, stating that
went and shot not state facts rela- At Pullman money. Estimatedcost
present
only Negro river is slightly less he was the, one who had
x. tive to granting of and attendants
porters
entered in the race
describing an injunction. than $1 million. Bids done the shooting.
Dasic 205-hour
work
in a
became involved a
boy's actions, The board concluded will be opened at 2:00 Oddly, thepistolwas
and do not
month receive -
auto accident.
r family told "They have no rightto ,pre-race p.m. April 13 at the fully loaded, and
overtime pay
a Frank Kabry, Jr. aNew
Gates could not account -
$ that University's ReserveOfficers'
Ingram assert in this
;. action Yorker, demolishedhis until after 240 hours.
for that, either
*
w his pistol with any alleged Inferiority Training
car as he drove After a trip to Duval
bullet, placed of their ROBBED BY YOUTHS; Corps building.The .
-,. against his present teachers from Miami to the LOSES ABOUT $95 new gymnasium Medical Center to bt
.. Sebring track to appear patched up, the suspect -
'f-;. L. temple, and com- principals and other would be built near the .
( 29,
in the Jackson,
sportscar Ernest then
was trans-
:'" to pull the Negro school personnel present gymnasium, opposite -
:.f BENNY (Kid) PARET, former Three times the because of the race eadarance race. of 185'0 W. 23rd Streetwas and southeast of fered to County Jail

,,.champ- hovers between life and snapped emptily. and color of those The NAACP, accordingto attacked and it Railroad avenue. where he was booked

hospital while his wife Lucy time, it person. State president, robbed last Monday It would be located for murder.

w.i. : : 'Manny Alfaro keep anxious There has been no Rev. Leon Lowry, desired night. close to the ROTC buil- S "t,
to focus attention The robbers
title to ex-champ Ealle was rushed date set for the young ding. The present gym
the articles and cash New
on Mabry as took Register
Tio in Madison Garden last Medical Center hearing. converted hangers

", unconscious from the ring to the he died a little . only Negro driver amounting to $95 the would be demolished
entered. victim said.

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Published by The Florida Star Publishing: 'Cn.. t BY ERIC O.. SIMPSON .) ..
'_ Member of Associated Negro Press" 1 .j- <,
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,.., ;" r ''., Chairman,. John_ M. Bailey of the DemoticNatlonal '
ERIC O. SIMPSON.........:;:;......,,.............Managing EtFator e t f -:r. : Committee said that President ', '
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.;AIYSON E. WISE.......j......... .....?..............News Editor t "-j'I Kennedy's fight for new social and. y

i;HILDA WOOTEN............;,...............Circulation Manager>,,' 1t ( civil rights legislation was gaining r.:

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MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: I .

'2323 Moneritf ..............Phon 4-6782 .
.Road..... Elgin P : : t The chairman cited the Kennedy bills a- (

Mailing Address: .. gainst.... the poll tax, curbing literacy t
.4'< ? tests for voters, the Kennedy Health Care ,
P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida. .;;;.- ; -
;t f plan and the new Manpower ;
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Attorney General Robert
-JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA .
0 Kennedy testified in Congress
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oo eV last week in which he described -

'PARTIAL AUTHORITY' OF NEGRO O 0 how literacy tests are abused in

order to keep Negroes from voting in

POLICE A LINGERING PARALYSISJacksonville's .. ... 0 -. some Southern states. He urged enactmentof
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the President which would
measure
potential to become one : ;< make literacy tests for those
unnecessary
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of America s gra-at cities can hardly( be ; ,; _- -::'": St. .:who had six years of schooling. .

doubted. We have here in this city a .;.! '"....,. _, < .,{ ;t. 5:,:.:.: _... '.' ." #.i .. million
\ 1'I' 't Over a Negroes, aged 65'and
pregnancy of ambition, incentive and i- ;;:: r' .: =]=. over, would be immediately eligible for .

maginativeness. We have leadership and -,: -.:-.: :. ....... .:...;.:.:;.... ..
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fellowship, and the myriad other ingredients -;' ..'''.'_-.=.;'"--;._ ,..-.-_-,;: ."....... -. .. .J 1",'. f' ;<-<.. ,"..' benefits under the President's plan, for
;%,:, ; t.i., ': health care for the aged. Everyone under
which must be blended to fuel ,
; f Social Security would automatically be

have the insatiable too--Iet's engine face it-of-tha progress.infirmitiesof We .if "...By The way Cap'n two white fellows are t totifl1 all the moneyout of f the bank" f ,::. covered by the plan and there is no dis-

crimination on the basis of race in the
humanity: crime poverty illiteracy, : I
social .
.-. security system.The
inJustice--ironically all contributive
.
President's Manpower Development and
'to .
metropolitan evolution. -
Training Bill which ilr.! Kennedy signed
Jacksonville also has a Negro police Your Weekly
into law last week will give unemployed
,force that is both efficient and tragi- ?
workers up to 52 weeks of training in a
comical. This city can well feel prcud Guide
Horoscope-
skill needed to gain employment. It will
of h e r ,black policemen. They are cap- _
also provide allowances for heads of

able, well-trained, conscientious ser- ; WHICH ARE YOUR, LUCKY DAYS FOR families to enable them to support their
vants of the law. Why, then, should we
BUSINESS LOVE. TRAVEL families while they are being trained. .
continue to subject them to the glaring .
Congress has yet to act, however, on

embarrassment of 'partial authority' ? Why By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER the Kennedy Health plan and the American

shoula we continue to accept the absurdity Association has launched
Medical a costly
of their not being able to arrest campaign of distortion and deception to

white who break the law? Why ARIES seems to be happily
persons A harmonious aspect of ar duments, particularlywith defeat the bill. ,
should we continue to ignore their con Born March 21st thru resolved Just before Venus to Saturn may your marriage Chairman Bailey said that the Kennedy

spicinus absence in the southside of the April 19th March 17th. and you appear bring a touch of romance partner. Bid for time. Health plan is being fought in the Con-

city? in the Homicide Division? in the resigned to what- with an older neighbor, 5-80-77-15-73-587 gress by some of the same Republican obstructionists -
Mercury, now in
Traffic Division? Twelfth your ever is happening; but or your mind may be who have historically opposed -

This is a time of extraconsciousness.An House, animatesthe almost Immediately illumined by the warmth all social and civil rights legis-

election year always is. to Pluto opposition, which of marks Mars there-after the busi- of a child, the vision ,Letters To lation from the first Social Security J

The next time you see a Negro policeman, the beginning of ness and. money situation of a poet. Ten- legislation to the recent proposal of

look at him think about him and then, This could Spring.diffi- may well come up sions however, are The EditorTelegram President Kennedy for the Department ,of
create
think about the crippling effect partial cult weather conditionsfrom again in a new form, likely to manifestin Urban Affairs and Housing. t

authority has on his effeciency and the as Mercury and Mars your home life,, (
which you might
growth of Jacksonville.(Sea Editorial Cartoon) suffer. But a con oppose your Second in relation to your -.Idy hearty congratula-

struceive ,aspect of House Pluto. Diffi- parents, or in an opposition tions on the celebration 'TO PRODUCE CHARACTER'The

A FLORIDA STAR APPEAL: Venus to Saturn em- culties may arise in between home by the National

relation to, a large ,
and
Seek
to
career.
phasizes in a har- Newspaper publishers American people, to their great credit, want
: REGISTER-AMD THEN VOTE monious way the passage social or financialinstitution harmonize the opposites Association of the 135th their children to have better educations than

... ., or at. but do not allow outer Anniversary of the
of Venus through least!'delays.: they ever had. Unhappily, this attitude has led

-Ofl, :.April 7--rtne ironth and a day from the your Sun Sign, perhaps 330221745321VIRGO social or political founding of Freedom's to excesses of pampering and luxury which in no
first primary! forces to dictate to Journal. The member
elections--the voter registration through the influenceof way serve a. true educational goal.

hooks shall he closed. This an old friend or you, or your professional papers of your Associa- Many modern American school plants ran be accurately -

nnnouncenent affects all persons who adviser. problemsto tion have maqe a major described
are Born Aug. 23rd thru as palatial. Gif.antic sums of
21-years older 9.1O-34.12-69-914 control your home contribution to all
or who have
lived in the Sept. 22nd money are spent on embellishments (including
State of Florida for the past TARns life. America. Your 135th athletic facilities which
year or would do credit to the
more, and in this County of Born April 20th thru 3-50-11-16-95-351 Anniversary themeIN Olympic
Duval for The week should begin Games) which may be handsome but are
20th f
the past six months or more. May THR FREEDOM OF THE
certainly
quite happily with a unnecessary, and which divert needed i
If you are in the above status and have CAPRICORN PA.FRESTS THE FUTURE from worthwhile
money projects. Worse lead
marked they
1"here improvement in
seems to be the Born Dec. 22nd thru
till now failed to register, you are whatever situation has OF HUMANITY- a chal- to the advocacy of such dangerous and dubious t
beginning of a turn Jan. 19thA
lenge to all citizens
ignoring
a great privilege and "solutions"
a grave toward more harmonious developed during the as federal support of education.The .
responsibility. The privilege is your everywhere. famous, centuries-old Ehglish schools do it f
conditions preceding weeks. Busi-
,
especially harmonious aspectof
power to vote. The responsibility is your Abraham RibicoffSec. very differently. Take, for instance, Gondcnstoim
should
insofar ness
bring
as your inner Venus to Saturn .
of 'HEWWashington
ability and duty to participatethroughthe School. Its standing may be judged by the fact :
.
satisfactory
life profits.Do
should
your emotions stabilize
now
D. C.
vote--\n the continuing refinement of that Prince Charles
are concerned; but not react harshlyto your financial situa- son of the Pueen. -has been _
*
your local government.It s enrolled there. writer
UPI Growald gives
us a
your mind is still his or her intel- tion. Perhaps an improvement -
is puzzling why so many Negro Duval lectual provocations Mr. Clinton Moon glimpse of it: 'Charles, the future king, will j'
agitating or in the weather
countians continue to demonstrate such your eager- Public Relations Dir. be in for quite an experience from cold showers-
ness to take some decisive temper. Nerves ,have enables you: to contactor The Florida Star .
disregard for their own status as citi- action. Justas probably been strained, visit people who at dawn, roiintain-rescue operations as a hors lUr,
zens of this area. It is unbelievablehow Jacksonville, Fla.
boiled
Spring begins, a and time will solve bring you happinessor potatoes every day, menial housekeeping on
year after year, election after election strong many problems. comfort. Saturdays, to nights in an unheated dormitoryroan
opposition of Bewareof
they refuse to respond to the 850661223856LIBRA Dear Mr. Moon: in the frosty north of Scotland."
Mercury and Mars to giving in to
an Words are not adequateto
promotion of higher ideals. it is quite Pluto'is Gordonstoun' s founder expressed the school'spJI'XSe
likely to stir aggressive mental
dismaying how, by refusing to use the express the deep in three nords: '-ro nrorluce character."
your desire for self- trend which could, gratitude and sincere
ballot, they willingly contribute to political expression. Born Sept. 23rd thru for instance make appreciation In this country, we may not be willing that our
which
ideals which can never benefit Oct. 23rd we children should follow anywhere near so spartan
6-20-11-14-57-621 you write overcriticalor and our students feel
them; which, rather, are often openly a regina But we should be willing to recognizethat
selfincriminatingletters. toward
opposed to increasing the overall statusof GEMMINI A harmonious condi- Florida star you Staff and the for all the costly frills and fur-belows that

Americans. have infected so nuch of American education stand
Negro tion in
Born May 21st thru your married 8-70-99-14-82-679 the magnificent hos-
This newspaper has made regular appeals June 21stA life, or a trend toward pitality and services in the way of producing the educated nan--and the

to you to stand up to your responsibilities stabilizing an associa- AQUARIUS rendered us during our man of,character as well. r : '

as Americans; to exercise the power tion rich in emotional
friendship seems to Born Jan. 20th thru recent visit to your

of the ballot; to acquaint yourselveswith bring happiness and a elements, are Indicated Feb. 18th offices during NationalNegro
I
the issues which affect your lives sense of personal ful- for the first part of Newspaper Week.

politically, civilly and, as such, pri- fillment but your the week (March 15th The sextile of Venu Our trip to your head

vately. This newspaper has tried to point nerves may be quite to 18th) but fi- to Saturn should be quarters was the first s.

out to you that you cannot escape the influence tired as the result of nancial.problems may good for your finances, time during our exis-

of politics, that you cannot hide inner conflicts- or confuse the issue and even for the stabilization tence as a school news- ]

from it. overwork. Much is temporarily. As a result of your e- paper staff to ever _____ -'S

Now, again, we are appealing to you. likely to happen in perhaps problems motional life after a visit a city newspaper. S; (.

First, to go to your nearest Registration your professional life related to work or to period of over-stimula- We feel that your staffis -

Office and register before the books are. the search for job : ;
or in relation to your a tion but almost immediately performing an out- 'I 7KXya

closed on April 7. Secondly, to study the father, or to anyone in seem to dominate the Mercury joins standing job in the

issues of the present campaign, to study official positions of .period between March Mars in your Second field of Journalism. It

the candidates involved, weighing their authority. 18th and 23rd. House and both oppose was an inspiration to
needs. Finallyand -- J
promises against your 1-70-22-13-56-172 4-90-88-19-24-498 Pluto at the time of meet'your staff and
above all---to VOTE.
the: Spring equinox, listen. to their interesting \
And when you vote, do so with the know- R i
scam
:. CANCER ; March 21st. and informa-
and pride that are takingpartin 4-" 1
you
ledge Born .June 22nd thru Born Oct. 24th .thru ,7.60-55.13-91-765,- tive talks. The entire yvI1
of better governmentfor --
the shaping a 22ndConstructive tour 1//
Juq 22nd Nov. constitutes the

yourself, for everyone. ;. PISCES most memorable and impressive :
"
,:, THE RIGHT PRINCIPAL The.emphasis is turn- aspects of Born Feb 19th thru activity our a

.}, ing to your Ninth Houseas Venus and Saturn should March 20thA Newspaper staff has
,
,
.z'" Mars and Mercury are stabilize and give more ever had. !;
President Kennedy has submitted for
plan
a aspectacular
: now in Pisces. This is significance to your sense of relaxa- Pr

space communications system to Con the end of the February creative activities. tion We thank you over and
and inner ease
gress. Certain of his observations are of unusual J
emphasis on the Sign your efforts at self- should over again for a delightful .5
interest. He states that follow on the I
throughout the historyof 1
outing and
Aquarius. The weather a
expression. You deal
may 16th and 17th
of March 1i,
this country "national cammrlcation&ystms adventure
wonderful in'
could make things effectively and be under 'a harnonious i
nave been privately o\\ned," and'that studies journalism which we
Take
rather difficult. nappy with children, aspect of
Venus and
have convinced him that the 'national objective no chances, unless will never forget. KEN KNIGHT
'' yours or, others' Saturn. Your finances
: can best be achieved In the framework of Very sincerely yours* .
a privately owned corporation, properly charter- these 9-40-33-18-34-943 seem necessary. Do not cling to old say improve, perhaps as Invites You To Listen To -

'eaty Co ngress..' memories or a sense a result of receiving (Miss) M.W. Turner t

c-; inferiority.. some social benefit or Advisor "KNIGHT '
{ is difficult to how TRAIN"
J :xlt; > see anyone, save those LEO 2-80-44-15-67-264 compensation. -ifUrs. .:
:., Who rant the government to do everything,can However 1-'
Born July 23rd thru Mercury, having entered < ) H.M. WilliamsAdvisor 1
quarrel with this. And it would be a great day Aug. 22nd SAGITTARIUS -Starting At 7:00 p.m. Nightly....
Sun Sign, is meet-
:for this nation if that attitude were extended to your '
Born Nov. 23rd thru the 19th. Douglas Anderson
ing Mars on High 1400WRHC1400
all other enterprise old
or new.
This business matter Dec. 21st Avoid Intellectual Jacksonville, Florida
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1. SATURDAY MARCH 31; 1962 ; .. ," -., ii SUI : ; PASE3LOUISE
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I fiPy, ;r ;:' f" Held Rtgteial Meet At Gibbs t Vocational Emphasis .- Wedding

f 9cially Speaking
t ShirkDeliveries: T 1r Week Was Cited

'. At NorthwesternThe Bells.
of.' K=
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,..r week of March 26- r *' >* .<*

"'. 30 was observed as APPUCATtONSJFOR

..- ....'r:, By MARRIAGE LICENSES
l8.", Mr. and Mrs. G. Albert + Y.c 'Vocational Emphasis
-r. G. GUINYARD.. Coleman; 3934 Freeman Week" at Northwestern Thos. L. Roberts ,
: : I 1040 Lyons St Jj 9 and
S.W .; :. t''y Pond; Boy. junior-Senior High Thelma Foster r, 2026
Mr. and Mrs. Rupert School James H. ArgettSr.
e. Woodside St. 14.
th'\ 'several of our local fraternities planning McLendon; 1446 W. 9th principal said.

mammoth' Street Girl The theme for this James Johnson, 729
| affairs for the very near future; it is ; i

daftmembers?our plan to spotlight these activities and present Mr. and Mrs. Isiah w .'r: s wri year' observance, was_,. w. Church St. 36 andGeraldine"Hoiston.

of these groups *o our readers. Rice; 2076 'Common "After High School- .

-The- wealth Street What?" :. 2343. Kinwood Ave.. 33.
'.Jacksonville_ Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alphas ; Boy. .- "'"
and Eddia The Tim Kelly 1042 Al-
Fraternity held a recent meeting 'at the Mr. Mrs. program was
'Consolidated; a Thurman 2493 V. State scheduled so that each meda St. 22 and "Lillie -
Women's Garden Club with plans for ; '
Street; i student teacher and R. Wyche, 11%
Jthe, Twelfth Annual Southern Provincial Conclave Boy. ,
: and Milton y members of the Fitch St. 18. /.
heading the agenda. Dr. James R. Henderson, Dr. Mr. Mrs. communitytook ,
Charles Benton 742 Court A. an active part in Lorenza, West. 11='7,
B. McIntosh Leon Bland, and George ; ; : 1' );
May St. 43 and Louise
helping to make the
Starkes, III were among hosts. Boy.

Robert Mitchell, polemarch, presided over the Mr, and Mrs. Alfred x week a successful and*.. .. ,. '.!(S"Leonard J b117__ ;.MaySTt,30;*,Jt%..*,*Yaglrg* *, ,
meeting. Discussion centered around Pussell; General Delivery valuable one.
planned con- J..O.i e.. 21
.. dQs fits..
clave1! ; Mlddleburg,Fla. On Monday a keynote.1;
activities
including entertainment
., of '
rt- i>' a.Ji.d, a th h 1f11 s,
(visiting fraters. Business sessions will be held Boy.Mr. speech was deliveredby" .
7245 Esther St..28.James
""ontthe campus of Edward Waters College April 19 and Mrs. Lorenzo Members of the Links Inc. held their Southern Area meeting on the Dr. W.B. Stewart, presi Johnson'j2'9W.;
:
!though April 21. Jackson; 1751 Arletha campus of Gibbs Junior College recently. Shown registering for meeting dent of Edward waters '.,"' ,

-George B. Nairn Robert Knight, Killid Bonner, Road; Boy. sessions are Mrs. Mary' Polk, second from right, and her daughter, Mrs. College. Tuesday's activity Church Geraldine, ,. ..St.l' ,, .36 I and

.Willie Bullard W.D. Sweet William H. Sweet. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Me- Anna Walker, center. Also shown are Orlando Mesdames Clifford Wells and found all ? folstoa J'

,Theodore Prime, George Hill Lawrence Jones, John Clary; 3220 Breve Ct. ; Thelma Speights, and Mrs. Mary Flagg, Raleigh, N. C. Tampa Links regis- classes engaged in dis 2343 Jin "pod" 4\y: J'
Too Kelly, 4042 Almeda
Darby, Felton Boy. tering the delegates are Mesdames Johna Andrews and Alice White. cussions of vocationsand '
Brown Kiptus Green, Fred Smith _
St. 22,,;lancf:Lilli: : 'R.Fyche .
Millie Howard George Williams, Edwin Pleasants Flder Ralph and Marie (GJC staff photo by Horace Jones, Jr. ) their merits. Two 1136'Fitch
., .,Sty. ,
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Leonard Wilcox, Ira Wright Maxie Wilson William Ragland; 3957 Old St. socio-guidance drama' ) P t T
New Stanton'sSpring Ex- FAMUan 18. _... ... ,
A. Johnson, Robert Mitchell Cassous Jones, rand Augustine Road; Girl. Jax Coed Serves entitled "Ma and Sue'on Lorenza..West..Ml Jjay J

John T. Floyd were among members participating Mr.! and Mrs. ,M.L. Concert Sings For a job" and "After. 3'an '
St. Loutae
With .
:" GroupDAY'IONAThe High School..What?" ;
in the meeting. Young; 612 W. 8th-
:--f1'7 :' Slated April 13thThe ,Smith, .117, May., St.r'30.
Street: Girl. Alma Mater were presented for the i Tft tiX
New Stanton High follow- Samuel McClendon,
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.
i;:! Mr. and Mrs. Leonard benefit of the student t tt.
,- School Symphonic Band TALLAHASSEE Rawn ing representativesfrom 1725 Wr:4tA.St;. '''I :t 8f1d
Davis 25th body and faculty.oti
1432 W.
; Spearman, an accomplished ''
the Women's Sen- Bernice }Vhi taker.
under the direction of ,, .j J5.24
Irheta'Phi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Street; Girl.Mr. baritone Wednesday .
"
was
K.: 'D. McFarlin l's' ate of Bethune-Cookman W." Ell "St. :2l'! .:
Inc. has set April 6 as the date for their Third and Mrs. Alexander the guest artist in Thursday featured' Adell'Williams" '
college attended the Jr': ,
preparing for the .
annual .
Annual Talent Hunt Finals to be held in the new William; 6104 Lone concert during the 75thAFounders' showing of films and I'' +* t4Mt
spring concert. first annual state 5903 Christobel"v ,
Stanton High School Auditorium.The Star Poad; Boy and Observance of discussions of occupational and'Delores
The musical attrac- convention of the U.
event is being held in conjunction with Girl. Florida A&M Universityhere information as "*
Givens, 560f Verb>na
tion has been scheduledfor IntercollegiateAssociation
similar contests that are being held in cities Mr. and Mrs. Bert last week. related to the various ...". j .
April 13 at foi Women Road, .18., :
throughout the United States where chapters of Allman; 1736 Jefferson 8:15 The Tallahassee native areas. The week termi- *"* >/ '" iMHtM'
-' James J. Jr7,
in the school Students, held at Riley
p.m.
Omega Psi phi are located. Winners of popular Street; Girl. and 1942 graduate of nated with a career nr
auditorium.The the University of 1935, W. 6th' St. ; 19 and
numbers in the local contests will be given first, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Florida A&M received a workshop and consultantwere '
band acclaimedone loridaGainesville.Florida .Mattie. .J.. HarveyV'627W.
second and third place cash awards, while the Pinkney; 609fc! S. 9th warm reception upon his on hand'to give St.fV'fi7lHerman :.tt"-
of the most out- : Miss Virginia Orange ,.
winner of the classical event will receive an all Street; Fernandina return to his alma their assistance in ;
standing in the nation Mumford a Brooks,. )386
-expense-paid trip to the regional talent hunt Beach'Boy.; has mater. He rendered a freshman from Jack- guiding and assisting Cause 'sane, 53 and
superior
that will be held in Savannah, Georgia. The win- Mr. and Mrs. Isiah won wide range of selectionin sonville students in deciding on Catherine' 'Harris'tfs'lG I /
ratings in ; Miss Gwen- ,
ner of the regional contest will go to New York Jones; 1239 W. 15th Negro spiri- careers. --.5 T f. r J f jit"
local and state band opera olyn Goodman, a Hogans Road, .28Freddie'Jacks6n, ,, ,..
City ,to compete in the National Talent Hunt, Street; Boy. tuals, and standards.In EWC's InternsOn '
/ Jr. ,
festivals and gave an sophomore from Miami, ,
where he will be given a full four year scholarship Mr. and Mrs. WalterL. addition to being 2072 Old Middleburg4Hd.
who is the
outstanding performanceat parliamentarian -
--i to any college or university of his choicein Smart; 4244 Kantanga awarded several scholar Busy SlateThe '
23 and Virginia" .
the annual "Gator of the Wo- .
the United State. : Drive; Girl.
ships to continue his WilsonBlvd.
Growl" at the University men's, Senate at Be- Ansley, 7251, .
Officers of Theta Phi Chapter include James D. Mr. and Mrs. Ocie training in voice. Educational '. : :"p'.
of Floridain thune-Cookman Col- 21. .
Alford, basileus; William scott Jr. anti- Brown; 2449 Lantana Spearman has appearedin materials Center, .
Jos. Williams, Jr. ,
Gainesville in lege ; Miss Mildred
basileus; James Smith, keeper of records and Avenue; Girl. the premier of Ger- recently set up at
1054 W. Church St. 19
Best, a sophomore
seal; William H. Adams, III ,keeper of finance; Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie 1960. shwin's "i35th Street"and Edward Waters College, and Olivia. T end
,
Rudolph Daniels, dean of pledges; and James P. Brown; 2843 Lippia Last year, as in pre- the key role from Daytona Beach, is perhaps one of the
played 724 W .4 .
who is representingthe 1p..J.7.
Road vious years, the band busiest and most widely -
Smalls, chaplain. ; Boy. of Royal Bonaparte in City Women'sCouncil ; .flan JvMitctte} !.g5 1510
before.a
t, ., '. Mr. and Mrs! Ben.,Butler performed .t ., Truman Grant's "House used areas on the Fairfax St. 27 and
capacity audience., ; Miss Esther campus, especially is
; 4675 Moncrief has ,
of Flowers. He Mary A. MarsbaU. -J510
-
Baylor junior from
this
The April 13 program true for seniors -
Village; Boy. been a soloist with the Dekalb Fairfax St. 31. ,. I *
and Willie will feature the worksof Mississippi, and prospective
Mrs. Etta L. Brooks, Mrs. Jessie Fears, Mrs. Raines Mr. 1052 Mrs. Imerson La Gassey, Debussy, New York Philharmonic vice president the student interns.The Donald L. Casper, -'2322

Vannette Thayer, Mrs. Eleanor Gay, and Mrs. Lil- Street; Rossini, Ventre, Van Symphony at Lewisohn Women's Senate, now Center, a project Southern e. 22< and

lian Stukes were guests when Mrs. Myrtis Thomas Mr. and; Boy.Mrs. Willie Aukens Varcivi and Stadium.A acting presidentMrs.; v of Mrs. Brilla' Thomas, Joanne Woods.. 2325

entertained Gems Bridge Club last Friday eveningat Gould. reception, honoring Henrine W. Banks, instructor in the Johnson Ave. '15.;

the Lincoln Golf and Country club.' Randolph; 1954 Mars Tickets for the con- Dr. Emma H. Kittles Dean of Women. Division of Educationand Hagood Walker 8045

Lawson Mrs. Court; Girl. (Jacksonville) was heldin Thrasher Ave. 78.. and
Mrs. Alvenia Scriven, Mrs. Joyce Mr. and Mrs. Willie cert may be purchasedfrom The IAWS, which was Psychology, has

Marion S. Walker, and Mrs. Lois Avery were win- Rogers; 963 Clay Street the Band parents, Truth Hall after the sponsored by the Women met with much success. Marie Mays, 816,1 WaxingAve.

ners of 'club prizes. Mrs. Jessie Fears was high sponsoring organization concert. Dr. Kittles Students'AsIf Still in its infan- .57. ; ; ; ;

scorer among guest players, qualifying for the Boy.Magnolia or members of received the doctor of the Center has an -. Earl. 'L../ Wi111ams,5209;

guest prize, with other guests receiving gifts GroupTo the band. philosophy degree from cumulation of speo Cord' .Aver. ', ., 19... -.. a.n.d. .

from the hostess.Mrs. Meet April 4 Ohio State University, projects at the el'-...., IrillieP;. Richardson, '

Lydia Sweet, Mrs. Marie McClain, Miss Zelma mentary and secondary 59 16 ,Red/ ?Jo},e /ve( ,. ,"l. $.
A special meeting of >>
Johnson, Mrs. Sylvester Bossard and Mrs. Susie the Magnolia Area Improvement Attend Personnel l Workers Conference levels, brochures, Gilbert ,Symphony's r." >

Thompson were among other members present. Organizationwill displays, papers etc.Some Spring Concert1 Set7The (

of the materials .
j t
be held Wednesday currentl. available Gilbert. ,HJ q
night at 7:30 p.m. in P! -
I are dr' _d recordsof School Symphony .n,P4
The Mississippi Court home of Mr. and Hrs. Frank Hampton's resi- will be presented in
RRt ir.: ernst 'n experiences -
Nathaniel Greene was the scene.of the recent dence.A .
1tV----- ;- L writt '. 17 its spring concert
:meeting of the Charming Ladies Bridge Club. 11 officers and mem- -- '
:
8:15: ;
March at
fore:.3r stude ? some 30, p IT; ,.
bers are urged to be on
Mrs. Sophie White Mrs. Hortense Brewington, and special Capers iu in the auditorj.umoj
hand and
on time. '
the schoo'l.: : .
Mrs. Clevel Cromartie were winners of club prizes.r. education and psyc r- ,. : .
Mrs Earnestine Poole Mrs. Mrs. Constance H. Young &f logy, arious poster. The band is directed..
Dorothy Dunlap, Mrs. '
Margaret"'Day, Mrs. Vernell Glover, Mrs. Coretha Reporter displays, and sowe. _by George. ".H.: ..fUji'pp':

; !il on and Mrs. Hortense Brown were among other Rev. & Mrs. Badger'sHonors 4 reference tbooks, is being presented: ..bYtfe '

members attending the meeting. Set April 9tr. The various departmental ,. .. .Student'ouact1, ,
chairmen wil! Mrs.: C.F. .Ross, ti 'aByisorThe
Kev. and Mrs. S. L. supply the center with
band.. Jias; J pe Fn
II Badger of Emanuel ,ap- appropriate printed under: the direction'pf

tist Church will be visual and other instructional Mr. Hill for 'the" "ast
... ,.,,. ,. .
Dr. .Huerta Neals of Jersey City New Jersey was honored with an ap- aids. r I
0. JNin ten years .ancf Ijas.copstantly ,-
Y 'the, C1y .recently as guest of his, mother Mrs. preciation hour in the Charles L. Williams', b.eeayaxedsuperior

Hattie Neals of 1545 West Fifth Street._ Dr. Neals church auditorium April Acting Dean, stated at -Both. District '".

a accompanied his mother to the city, at the end: of 9th beginning at 8 p.m. that the resources of and, State Band,

a visit with his family in New jersey. w' An entertaining program the Center would b'e festivals.- < < i >
,
.1' has been arranged and made -'vnjlnblc not 'tlt*
Tickets may be,,se.qu.reo
.- i.- : SS all choirs and auxili- Otis E. Finley, Jr. New York City, associate dirdbtor of the National only to our students from any:.member-'df 'ihe

,. aries are requested to Urban League, chats with Mrs. E. Bernice Johnson, center, dean of women but to- those prac- .band. Student CoonclV

Mrs. Nell Hicks, recent bride of GM-1 Woodrow be in uniform. The public at A. and T. College and Mrs. Martha Young, Guidance Teacher in the ticing teachers of the Band Parents or fl.t..t Jtt:

Coleman of Shelby, North Carolina has just k returned is invited. Refreshments Winston-Sllem. N. C. public schools. They met at the annual conference of community as well. .. .

to tne city after spending the week-end, will be ser- the National Association of Personnel Workers held last week at A. andT. I .. ,. -, '. .I

; with the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles ved following the pro- College. e'.".:,r, ,,:';;,; ;r"

Ii' {Coleman of Shelby. gram. : r::',#; ;' "

,: Mrs. Coleman is a clerk ,in the Duval* County 9 NAACP Members Are Suspended At Lincoln U. fJ (4t ?
rk. '
Public -- -- -
't. School System. .Ib JEFFERSON CITY HO. advocating a slower A

cL ., Nine members of the .,;.,..
.* a.' .." .S. .\ T < paee of integration,
NAACP chapter at
'
8''" = ,- suspended Visanio Johnson -
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: \
'. Lincoln University were
NAACP presidentand
,.} ...,--. ." ,. > ., ".. ". .. s y k' f
.
:'' '_j.'-I\i :..:.:; .... ,. ,<. .,(Y'J f. w suspended here last eight others.
At.a: recent meeting of Entre NouseBri1 ge club week for persisting in The students have been

f.:: herd: ; in the'Tyler Street home of Miss Mozelle their campaign to inte- protesting denial of

II. Bruton members conducted a brief memorial cere- grate a local bowling accommodations to

14, .:? toray. for the late Mrs. Ruby Humphrey. who was a alley. Negroes by a downtown

;::' member of the group. Dr. Earl Dawson, bowling alley. They

-'l;'. Mrs. Janet Johnson.' Miss Valtee HcCrae, and Mrs. university president, picketed the alley and :;:

r, Queen Bruton were guest players.- reported earlier as held demonstration. ; ':

:: Miss' Ruth Broome, Mrs. Frances Johnson and Mrs. i 7. ..v'o......'..:."..

Camilla Thompson were recipients' of club prizes, ,.Z ./ .: i.,

while Miss McRae qualified for the guest award
,,: 4 Her mother or her sister?

',!f-:"'-".' ;i .'.. ..", .,. BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL. NATURAL-LOOKING HAIR. COLOR,
t.: "
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{-',: .p Tbe Twelfth.' Street. home of':Mr.:' and'UTS.. .Devernon. Girl Talk..Nancy Tillman, left, Raleigh, N. C., nDW itS Whether you want the excitement of a different .'

't: ''' : and Linda May, center, Goldsboro, N. C. both hair shade, or want to give new life to dull or i e

',.:: Nickv. ,- provided'the. setting for"a.,.recent. ,' meetingS students at the University of Nort Carolina S 1M gray hair. ..insist on thelong-IastinghaircoIgr ,
Kevinett'es Bridge Club. Pepsi in the famous red package-Godefroy's

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Davis prizewinners Rowland, N. C., a senior at A & T college, during "" one package-there's nothing else to buy.
Dorothy Oliver and Mrs. Pauline were for (hose
the Air Force ROTC B-2 Drill Team competitions '

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J. OBSERVE THEIR GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY---Jax Girl Scout Troops and their

Brownies Units joined in the nationwide 50th Anniversary of the Girl

6T Scouts here recently with numerous planned activities. Unit officialsand '.

the troops conducted investure ceremonies in various churches of
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.T (TITL.: the city and engaged in training activities as shown in above photo-

graphs. Scouting officials shown in the various photos are: Mesdames

TI1TF C. D. Cromatis leader and E. L. Featcher, assistant leader Troop 8,

/7 cz 4 4r F Y Second Baptist Church; Mesdames Irene Baggs, leaders and Vera Johnson

assistant leader. Troop 293 and Brownie Troop 261 St. Paul AME Church;

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a F4F r,.;y9 iw ',5a :F i'4 ';. L executive supervised activities. I
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) 4 3,627 Churches Overseas Northwestern

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Club Recital
a.' baptism of 34, 364 persons, bringing totalis ;

membership to 475,727 a tangible 1961 a- The Glee Club of.

chievement of the 3.62 7 overseas, churches re- Northwestern High

Y w lated to Southern Bapt;is t mission work. Bape School will sing

tisms numbered 3,257 than in 1960.Musical "Tlje} Messiah" in .J M

There were also 6,815 Oratoria by George

Baptist Chapels and Director F. Handel.
First Born TempleAnnounces \ Woodlawn
Yfoodlawn Ebeneezer DEATHS mission points over- Attended Conference The performance will

ScheduleElder seas at year* send, be held in the school
In
Engaged Appoints Palm PresbyterianChurch ST. PETERSBURG Alvin
A. Hill, pastorof an increase of 293 o- auditorium April 8

First Born Temple, Fund Raising ROBINSON, Lottie F.Mrs. NotesBY ver 1960. The numberof Downing, ( of Jackson- at 4p. m.Richard. I'
Sunday LeadersFifty of 800 W. 8th St. ville) Suncoast Area
825 W. Monroe St. announced Churches, increasedby T. Hadley,
The Fund Raising Com-
the following 228. popular musician and director of the Glee
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DANIELS. Willie J..of L.N. PEARSON SR.
mittee of Woodlawn
activities for Sunday. special contact Contributions through head of 'the departmentof Club, states "The
627 Odessa Street. The Unitedpresby- f
United PresbyterianChurch
captains have been music at Gibbs
appointed -
Messiah is
a
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APril : these churches and f
RILEY Andrew 'C. of terian Church choir
will see the results -
1 to help spear- Junior Co liege, was vocal worknot because
Sunday School, 10 a.m.; missions amounted to -
2143 Wilberforce Road. will begin
of their effortson rehearsingon
Moraine Worship, 11 head the Annual Palm among the more than of its subject, f'
BUSH, Lucious of 3621908.56 up
Sunday April 1.' On Saturday nights at
Evening Sunday Effort at Ebe- 3,000 delegates to the but because of its
5:30 ;
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WPCW p.m. $359. 618 26 from
the
Monday, March 26, the 1021 W. 13th St. 7 p.m. instead of Fri- h
30 nezer Methodist Church Music Educators National contrapuntal technique
Worship, :; : p.m.AFTERNOON
year before. Sixtyoneper f
committee began it's CURRY. Charlie of day nights at 8 p.m..
to Rev. Eddiej. Conference which
according was that Handel uses
final week of prepara- 1774 W. 4th St.MCCOY and Sunday evenings at cent of the
PROGRAM Rivers pastor and held in Chicago this 'However, the technique -
tion for the Every Rosa Lee Mrs. 6 p.m. All choir member churches or 2.204
Mrs. Sarah I. Bellin week. constantly moves
of Swift St. who were selfsupporting.Sunday t'
Member Canvass which 1555 plan to take part
Deacon"S.V. Cohen and ger,' chairman of this schools An outstanding Jazz the performer as wellas
will take place Sunday HICKS. Luberta Mrs. of in the service are spon-
Sister Rosetta Cohen church activity.The sored by the overseas organist, leader of the the true listener
between the hours of Richardson Rd. urged to attend the
will serve as master of purpose of this Baptists in 1961 Suncoast Music All into a feeling of
en-
2 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. Il :;RAM, Montez of 1240 Saturday 'night rehear-
ceremonies and sponsor, annual churchwidefund rolled 419,744 per- Stars (comprised of inspiration"Mr.
Odessa St.
All members are urgedto sal.
respectively, for the raising and sons; youth organiza- area school bandmaster) Hadley concluded.The .
remain at home Sun- HALL, Willie Mae VTS. On Sunday, April 2J, a
Friendly Tea to be held stewardship project is tions, 135,123 Wo- and leader of the popu- Glee Club will
day evening until the of 2044 W. 13th St. worship service will ;
Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m. to secure the required man's Missionary lur combo, the Mello- be accompanied by
have called. CHAMBLISS.Annie Lou be
canvassers televised on Channel
in the church auditoriumThe funds to pay off Ebenezer' Unions 126,931Broth- Tones Downing reported Miss Dorothy Hall,
Mrs. of 601 Ct. D. '
The Rev. Stanley Weemsa connectional x'12 under the directionof
program is being s erhoods, 4,529; and Va a student.
member of the staff JACKSONCeasar of 1913W Rev. Franklin D.
held in behalf of the obligations to The 44th St. cations Bible Schools, -
of the Board of Methodist Church. Wilson our pastor.Rev. .
drive. The publicis 116,616.
church WILLIAMS. James of
of .
National Missions Such connectional Wilson and the

cordially invited. the United Presbyterian obligations will include Baldwin Fla.BLANDING United PresbyterianChoir 4 Negro Priests Having Trouble ?

TALENT PROGRAM Church U.S.A. has ser- the Mary Mrs. of will be seen and
Bpard of
On'Monday night April ved as our Campaign Missions; Board of 847 E. Union St. heard 'from 9:30 until OrdainedBAY With Your RefrigeratorCALL I

1 at 8 o'clock, a Talent Director. During this Education Ministerial MCDONALD'; Geneva Mrs. 10 a.m. The Choir will ST. LOUIS, Miss.
of.1123 Evergreen Ave. be under the directionof ---Four i
program in behalf of the week Mr. Weems shall Education Board of seminariansof

church drive will be conduct training ses- Christian Social Con- POWELL James E., of Rutledge H. Pearsonjr. the Society of the

presented in the church sions with the can- cerns; Board of Evangelism Jamaica, N. Y. a social science Divine Word were SOL BERNSTEIN'REFRIGERATION

auditorium. vassers. Mr. Weems wil Board of Lay WILSON, Ruth Mrs. of instructor at Isaiah ordained here on

Sister Geneva Croom is deliver the message at Activities Television 1558 Swift Street. Blocker junior High March '17, bringingto

sponsor and the general the 11:00 o'clock Wor- Radio and Film Com., BEARD Collis P. of School. 124 the number of SERVICEEL

sublic is invited. ship hour Sunday April Board of Hospitals and 213 Madison St. The United PresbyterianYouth Negro priests in the

1, 1962. Homes American Bible COVIN, Jack of 932 will meet Satur- United States. 41183TERMS EX 8-7943

Church School will' begin Society and other Madison St. day at 4 p.m. at 3066 Coadjutor ArchbishopJohn
REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES
RAPID ADAMS, Geneva Mrs. of Patick Cody of
at 9:30 a.m. morn- World Service pro- Woodlawn Road. All mem-

1-HR. TV SERVICEDAY ing Worship at 11 a.m. jects. Callahan, Fla.ROBINSON bers are urged to New Orleans will of- All Work Done In Your Home1iri1

AND NIGHT Canvassers will begin Captains appointed to Lottie attend the meeting.The ficiate at the ordinations -

I C LLSNt $200 I visitations at 2 p.m. make special contact F.Mrs.of 800 W.8th St. church is spon- at the so-

/ and will report at the with the members of the THOMAS, Agnes Mrs. soring a movie at the ciety's seminary here.
cH RCt
of 1914 Hardee St. Two of the seminariansare
Strand
MAN EL 5-5770 Church at 7:30 p.m. church are: Mrs. I. G. Theatre April '
LRADt DISPATCHED Ayers, Mrs. Elizabeth HENDmsoN.Ze lia Mrs. f,f>:8th through the 14th converts: GeorgeH.

Austin Mrs. Rosella of 1106 E. Main St. featuring "Francis of Artis S.V.D. of t

HOME IMPROVEMENTS Argrett Mrs. M. FOUGLE Ruth Mrs. .. Assisi." Each member Wilmington, N. C. and ,

Alexander, Mrs. P. H. of 923 Oakley St. responsible for 10 Charles Dixon Burns, ,.

:. No Money Down Alexander, James D. PEOPLES, Joe of 2021 tickets. S.V.D., of Greenville. REPAIRS ON HEFIBERATORS DEEP FREEZERS t,

Bills Consolidates Alford, Mrs. Mable McMillan St. "', Midweek Bible Study Miss. Also to be ordained -
ROBERTS Will.ieJ will: be Wednesday at are Anthony 24 Hour
Bartley Mrs. N. Bess ,.. Service EST. SINCE 1942
BILL DUFFLE Low Bank Rates Mesdames r.:;. E. Brooks, (Dockof 2051 Mars. -'Ti'SO.-p.B. in the Dugay, S.V.D. of Port

C. Clemons, Bettie BURROUGHS: George of Sanctuary.' Arthur, Tex. and fluuumnEIniirhgwImunHttrllnsCOUPON

Sales Enpeer All Work Gnararteei Emanuel, Alice GirarV. 1079 Logan St. Hartfield Myvett.

Free Estates Call Me Today PI 5t7U Holmes M. Hall, S. TELPAIR, Minnie H., -- -
; Mrs. of Fernandina.
Hudson L. Hobs, H. -

'- ." Rooms Added Garages Atimes<< I. James A. R. 7869 WHEELER Moncrief, John Extn.of | SERVICE CHARGE
t : ; Carets Drive Jacobs, J. L. James, '
'torts
Ways etc: PARKER, Ruth Camilla nowlt& Pepsi =
M. Joyner, P. T. Johnson -
Chain Link or Redwood Fence Mrs.of4938 Buffalo. .
$2.50With '
H. Kinnon, E. |
;t:: :" HENDERSON, Albert of
1st and 2nd Mortgages I. MackeyL. M. 1169 Hart fit. x

it ; ."':We Finance Where Other Fail Maxwell Peterson,N.B.Nelson J. Perkins M.- SUGGS, Viola Mrs o: 111 yr ; This A D g

1224 Ware St. .
:11. ; '" ACME FENCE IMPROVEMENT CO N. T. Russell &n'J. ._ 1
: HARRIS, Donald E. of .j

.-'if t!_,_; >. 1545 W. 26tli Street M.R. Robinson Reed, j. Robinson.P. Sneed, 4557 Ribault St.COLBERTGertrude. SOL BERNSTEIN AI In __. :

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lacksMviem I P. TOlbertJ. Simons,
of 1217 Daniel St. 3518 ANDREWS
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J' PRESIDENT W. B. STEWART as principal speaker, and the Edward Waters
College Chorus under the direction of H. Alvin Greenconductor, launched Plenty FRESH Greene" ,
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DIXIE PHARMACY Northwestern High School's Vocational Emphasis Week program last Monday -'. ..'..,'
I in'the school auditorium. The week-long event climaxes Friday with the
annual consultants-students phase. Photo shows President Stewart and
f, ..X02 Kings Rd. EL 3-8276 the college's famed musical group. ROE MULLETS I 15C lb.

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$20U-RICHER---Competition was said to have been keen and entertaining and the large attendancewas advisors of the top flight Smart Pope Livingston Gra Club while Thomas B. Hargrave, JWJ's

highly appreciative of the thespians' efforts during the recent. Talent Show sponsored by a 'Y's' executive secretary looks on. Center photo shows rt Pope Livingston Gra-Y Club $1 mil-

representative group of local school teachers in behalf of the James Weldon Johnson Branch YMCA lion talent team. Third pix shows elementary school isors who were responsible for puttingthe

current building fund drive. After the proceeds were tallied, the 'Y* fund had been increasedby successful project over the top.

some $200. photo (extreme left) shows I. H. Burney Sr. chairman of the fYs Board of Manage- (Photos By Baker)

ment presenting handsome winning team trophy to Mrs. Lillian Williams and Miss Dorothy Lang,


NAACP, 6 Groups Links' Regional ,


Oppose Poll Tax xr Held At Gibbs I


NEW YORK Calling for ST. PETERSBURG Links II

defeat of the proposedconstitutional lnc. one of the

amend- nation's top female i

ment to .abolish the social organizations, I

poll tax as a requirement r ii held its annual

:>- for voting in Southern Area Meeting

f federal elections, the here on the campus of

National Association Gibbs Junior College

for the Advancement of with delegates from

Colored People warns seven states attending.

hat approval of the "The New Link Image"was

amendment "would pro- the general themeOf

; vide an immutable pre- the meeting in which
"It.
f, :cedent for shunting all delegates came from

further civil rights ___ North Carolina, South
"legislation to the .I t' Carolina, Georgia, Ala-
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amendment. procedure.Joining S } bama Mississippi ,
the NAACP in (t h' rJg> .. Louisiana and Florida.
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opposing the amendmentare Hostesses to the

organizations six other concerned national ? \\J; > ** F; Jr; 'llw: ff i 14 of socialites the St. were Petersburg-members ;:

with civil rights: 4 : g Tampa chapter, presidedover
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American Jewish Congress M. <'':'>:- :a" "-"" :/;"'' -"'- '" by Mrs. Altaire

American Veterans UNCF QUEENS AND LEADERS--The United Negro Inter-Alumni Leggatt. Southern Area

committee, Americansfor al Alumni Council held its 16th annual Charles W. chairman Mrs. Linda Red-

Democratic Action recently upon which occasion Wiley who dick of Orlando con-

Anti-Defamation League, -- Barbara Taylor replaced her sister coed, Otis N. ducted the group's
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< 5r International, union of ., -j! of Wiley, as "Miss UNCF" for 1962., organiza- business sessions.
Jj
,' Electrical*' Workers, and :' :: ': l *'iUNCF: *executive director, crowns the new Witnessing Highlights of the t P

United Automobile photo while Miss Vance, 1961 Queen for the meet- gathering included T

Workers of America. L. P. Weaver center left, assistant succeeded special presentations.In .

New York TenorIn of Labor, delivered principal address presi- a public program

Weaver is seen with Mr. Trent right held in the
Tampa, Rev.
St. Paul

Easter RecitalGeorge NAACP Plans Hayes, Missing curve."v Scheduled NAACP A. Leon figure Lowry., receivedthe noted

Minister, Wife 'Friendship Plaque'

Ford, a tenor For Youths Sets New ) and Mrs. p. Q. Yancy of
singer from New york Career Day Rev. and Mrs., S. L. Atlanta received the
will be honored
City will be presented TALLAHASSEE---Robert
TAMPA---The NAACP Southern Area's "Womanof
in a song re- noted track star of an appreciation
4 will hold a statewide the Year" plaque.
:; cital at St. Paul AME missed spring football April 9th in
Youth Career Conference Social events engagedin
r Church at 5 p.m. Easter auditorium of
here May 4, 5 and 6, ing the world record 1 by the Links and
Bapt. Church.
Sunday in the auditorium
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tied it at 9.2 with
at Greek House according : their guest included a
of the church. representing
to James Harts- February 17, on the luncheon at Gibbs
The public is asked tc various denomina-
track. He set a new
the
field, local chairmanof Junior College;
take advantage of hear- the conference same track last week of the city; will annual banquet at
ing this singer on the program
with a 20.9 around the ... ... Tampa's Busch Gardens; i
-. which will be high-
'I Robert Paremore and into a regular quarter- Senior Class in theschool's Freedom.Dinner. lighted by outstandinglocal and a breakfast at the
cafetorium
center Archie Williamswere back spot on one of the personalities.All St. PetersburgClearwater -
( during its commence- Set May 20thNEW
i excused from Rattlers' three units auxiliary membersare international
drills to join ment season. Because Airport's HurricaneRoom.
spring next fall.Gaither YORK Thirty-six
urged to be in
'Skintona the track team. are- added that -incentive :pf the large expected distinguished citizens uniform. .

; more, a '61 All-America during the attendance the plays have Joined Dr. George *
will run two nights,
halfback, pushed Hayes sessions was not lack- D. Cannon, general ,j BBWMB HWBH
CONTAINS AMAZING ttroiOQUfNONTIfqhtens. to the 9.2 mark. He rana ing since scouts from Monday and Tuesday chairman of the NAACP's OFFER.fz&m .
nights, April 9th and
brightens skin 9.4 in that meet. 13 professional teams fifth national Fight

.- : : : .; .:.. :/ Williams voted 'most saw at least a portionof 10th beginning. at for Freedom Fund Dinner
7:30 p.m."The iwfcMS%
outstanding freshman" the drills. May 20.They .
MAKES SKIN BLEACHES'OLD last fall, is a three- Storm," "The will serve on the !q:. M1IZH

FASHIONED"r event performerJavelin, Gibbs Is Filly and Uninvited"Bobby Ghost Sox" are" steering committee, iY
still in formation,
shot put, and discus.

'; Archie is the top candi Accredited By hicles.the selected These plays ve- which is responsiblefor [Associated Contraction Company is making this s al
.vj'
the
coordinating
date for the center
Pt post left vacant by Education Dept. excite all of the e- gala $100 per couple 10% off For This Month Home Improvement jer
e lightens dark spots motions known to man. fund-raising affair
Curtis Miranda.The sf
terfcd powder *y PETERSBURG Of- One is a serious offering <
ease vtintona'Manufadurers center and guard ficial notification which will be held in Additional Room Siding Concrete rk
; one is a the Grand Ballroom of
positions were hit har- that Gi'Sbs Junior
dest via graduation. College has been fully comedy; and the otheris the Waldorf Astoria. Electrical Work Fences Roofing PIp esi
a mystery drama.
Committee members include -
Wendell Logan and accredited by the State
Yvonne Furlow, who Mrs. Margurite Ho ones own onso i a e
Charles Hobbs were the Department of
of Posner's rgamotTh Jar with t the Star" Educationwas incidentally is "Miss
Belafonte Mrs. Mattye to 10 Years to e
guards lost. Twenty- received by College Pay Only On
Northwesternsays Bond, Mrs. David Sus-
seven lettermen from officials last week. 'The Storm' is sk nd. Mrs. Aloncita [Pay AD Work Guaranteed Free Estim nTe
the '61 squad will re- Eleven outstanding
filled with excltment
Flood Mrs. Edward R.
turn.awarded Forty during letterswere the College educators last evaluated month and the and one will find Dudley, Ralph Fenster- e EL 5-S594 1423 DAVIS SI

Myrtle Avc ortd ffcfcfe Phone It 4 3 4 football banquet last submitted their findings the himself role thrown of the actorof into wald and Harry Novik.
month. to the State Also Mrs. Ethel Max-
Department
-
., LARGE BLACK his choice duringthe well Leonard depaur
There were no game ,
L FLOUNDER LI. 49C SEA BASS u. 35C scrimmages during the results for of the study.State The performance.The Miss Shirley Joyner,

BLUE OCEAN KING MACKEREL sessions. Instead. Department's Study was 'The characters Storm" are in: Dr. Kenneth A. McClane, y ASQ .
: 35C 55 Gaither drilled on Mrs. John Mosley. Mrs. .
the official notice of q9S
i .' BREAM STEAKS Larry Gadling as ;
u. u. Ruth
fundamentals and attempted accreditation. Wanda Taylor Mrs.
Jeff; Dorothy Wilson

> South Viet Him Shrimp"-F n.fiH CONCH MEAT to evaluate Already recognized by as Mary; Melvin Can- Ellington Stamatious, i iSyp
material available for and Dr. Kenneth W.
-'; peeled' dtv..ln 4, under 15 the American Association Don as the Hunter;
1 count. SoW I.I 5-Lfc. Boxes All Meat Cello Wrapped next year. of Junior Colleges, and Cassandra Conyersas Williams. GO'
:%k' Only $6.25 Bex. 6 Lb. Take Out Pk,. There was a lot of the National CoraaissionOB the girl.Comments. Other members are Mrs.

;4; .f -' Per Me* work on ball handlingand Accrediting, Gibbs at this Hale A. Woodruff
I JUMBO S 290 passing. Gaither William R Hudgi s,
125 LI. 69c will now strive for time direct from rehearsals > .
: SHRIMP Lb. LIMITED AMOUNTPompano said he expected every- membership in the reveal that Cornelius McDougald, Our Shoes An Selected for Your Comfnii H fcBy
makersM
4 f I y Mrs. Walter White and On. of JactoonvlMe' Foremost j
<. tt. $1.25 one to know his play Southern Association of the two different
,, : MEDIUM assignments wfc-ea he. ..Thomas B. DyeJLt.. '
: LIMITED AMOUNT reports Colleges ands Secondary casts have their work
'; : : _' r :SHRIMP IB. 8ge URGE BEACH to practice next 3ch 001 s. out for them. 1 RememberonlyYOllcan & M SHOE CO :ANY ,
cut
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Thev are hard ar work 426 DAVIS ST. JAX. .,
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fntitFLORIDA The A&M mentor expressed TOOTHACHi
manuscripts,
studying New Shoes Endicott .,_ ;
; LOBSTER .... 75c satisfaction at ...'t. sufftr Mtdlwfy.! Get MN* 8y .... ,
...... settings, entrances "
I : "lM u" fUh.ruSPECKLID lilt frOflt'Wo lq Hilt. of't.1 $
' the kicking ***. 1 Ntpo-+ wWi. test KUne taiA-AIL. P tftnta WElT t&Aits AND CIT1fOHO ::'r ,
TROUT their ,7'
liH :.. (i Stc men&. cw teet and learning PREVENT if? t
= WILY &IESH0 leon Johnson, punting ?6c AH rag torn. correct uses. The
.i. CATFISH I S.&L" f .the Phone 3551r ,
t t+++ r Me4 rwa specialist or past I .. supervision and direction -
year, will UM? aove I, ;- of these FOREST FIRES
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>'J "18.MuBpi-Fv Yfittrs' league Sets Cancer Apptally ,Obstrvtil Annual Evtif Meniliy Wafers'rexy NAACP Seeks Desegregation .:' .. {

Monday
Night

Voters'c "t registration ly GOV. F it H J :' 1 ; ;( 1."- 1.'i'r,. f 3S < : And ChorusKeynote Of University Of Tampa "
Governor Parris : : ; 'f-t f,
and'ta'] ks by Candi 7 i.o..r ( n .'' SJ TAMPA---The NAACP has written to Dr. David :
Bryant has issued an : ; : .
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da tfejs';for various afficial proclamationwhich j44ati ... f. '; ,,. ProgramBy Delo, President of the University of Tampa
i ty and county offices < ?" seeking to gain some insight as to the possible
declared that \
;:;ln. the comingelections :' _, t .., desegregation of the School it was learned
"jC> April should be recognized ; ; Lenora HillEditorInChief
.... will feature. "Cancer x tt recently.A .
"'" as
the. ,:-''spring"- of the Railroad t F ssa Rev. A. Leon Lowry, portion of its fund
out the state. The At Northwestern
Voters --------------- for atheletic activi-
:' LeagueMonday governor also points State Conference President -
night at 8o'clock of the NAACP. ties and public rela-
out that cancer in- ,
in St. Paul cluding resident W. B. asked that Dr. Delo tions in Northern
leukemia,
AMEfChurch.Alflfjinterested.. Steward of Edward grant a request to cities from the Cityof
still? remains the
: per-. number Waters College was NAACP officials from Tampa.
--: one killer
sonsjare zTr invited, ,toattend disease. among- childrenof greeted with enthusiasm the State Conferenceand Perry Harvey, presi-
and to par- school this morning. Tampa Branch to dent of the Interna-
ticipate on the program According to age.figures (Monday) at North- discuss desegregationof tional LongshoremansLocal
; western JuniorSeniorHigh the school. The 1402 in Tampa.
recently' released by t
I i the Florida Divisionof r +' ___. School signaling NAACP stated that the said that he had been
th e beginning of program at the University refused'enrollment at
ALLIED DETECTIVE AGENCY the American Cancer the observance of Vocational should be suchas the University of
Society the disease
JackaODYiIle'.IeaaiDI x ; tp Emphasis to "allow for the Tampa
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took than
more 8200
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Agency now has a full Week. Dr. Stewart admission of any std-
9 fr
lives in Florida last
staff of trained colored, '+ho delivered the dent who meets the:
detectives to handle do- year. The Society also 1- .r-. keynote, inspirational entrance qualifications Agony Out of

nestic investigations, warned that an inci- speech, was accompaniedby without regardto Reheumatic
child dence of 15. 000 Pains
custody, body guards new w- the Edward Waters race.':."
missing persons, patrol cases are expected z Thousands have found the
College ,
Chorus under "The
recent removal -
and nite security. .this year most soothing relief
Strictly (Confidential. the direction of H. of a National they have ever known,
Phone EX 83111or Alvin Green. Labor Relations Board from the minor pains
Royal Cola Crown During his address, course from the University symptomatic of Rheuma-

PO 5-9844, Dr. Stewart was very of Tampa because tism and Arthritis I

14TH ANNIVERSARY: The GooArill Sewing and, Savings Circle observed its emphatic, in saying of alleged remarks Fight'Misery now with
14th anniversary Monday night with a varied and interesting programin thalc. 'In choosingany that the 'Uni-- F.E.S. CAPSULRHEUMANON
o s Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Church, 1319 N. Myrtle Avenue. Principal career, one shouldbe versity of Tampa maintains -
speaker on the program was Mrs. T. V. Randall. Other program participants dedicated to that a segregated
i included well known local singing groups and individuals. particular job.' policy was indeed a On Sale
black mark against the at Local Drugs Stores

1 Shiloh's Guild SeMis Receive $300 Gift city of Tampa," the 1907 KINGS ROAD
letter stated. Lilly's
Drug Store
i.l
w Slates MusMe The University is re-

The Health and Welfare y .
Guild of Shiloh Metropolitan '
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1824 W. BEAVER STREET l will present an after-
noon of Music April 15 t' t tt
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830-31 CASSAT AVE. from 3:30 until 6 p.m.
in the church audi-

WATCH FOR YOUR x torium. t e sUPER t
Program highlights VENuE
will include the 0 MARKET t
Ebeheezer Trio Mrs.

High School Glee Club On Our VISITING friends and Lula Allen scripture; tJ

Mrs. Bernice James, J J
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relatives in the city is
Ken introduction of mis- I
i Knight Mrs. Willie Mae Ramsey tress of ceremonies; WELCOME DONATION---Cherokee Division, North
'
it a native Ohioan and I
And Mrs. Gladys Anderson Florida Division, Boy Scouts of America received 5-1103'
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. boost this week from Duval Vocational 5673 Ave. B PO
welcome address a big
:::>,: TV Show.n.tr. : Claude Williams of Mrs. A. Irving will* School's Adult School which raised $300. o
Youngstown, 0. Mrs.
bring greetings from for the Friends of Scouting s current fund- FREE 6 Pak Reg. COKES
i"i.n.tr. Sunday Ramsey is living with Brewster Hospital; raising drive. W. DeVaughn Sweet (left) DV s
her aunt, Mrs. Estelle selection will be givenby Adult School principal, drive-coordinator, and With $5.00 Or More Food Order-plus Deposit t tt'
; ff.V 9:30 a. m. to 10 a. m. Lovingood 2032 Rowe
_:: the Four Voices of veteran scouter, presents check to scout execu-
t Avenue, wellknown FRESH Grade A
Shiloh and greetingsfrom tive, Robert A. Sewell. With the drive still ,

Sponsored By PREMIERWatch visitor school principal.is also the The the of BrewsterDuvalSchool Nursing will in:progress and committees, the next will report be held meeting Monday of night captains -, Stewing Hens lb. 19$ .

.. For Our Anniversary niece of Mr. and Mrs. be offered by Mrs. H. April 2 at 8 o'clock in Duval Vocational t U. S. #1 IrishPOTATOES f
Willie Williams of 417 School's auditorium. "
Mills.
Coming SoonFLA. Wade Drive. She reportsan Selection by the Hagan (Photo,By Washington) 10 Ibs. 10*

GRADE "A" enjoyable stay here. Family Chorus. greetingby UBESS }0 Sponsor p Civil Action Night At t St. Stephens ,t With $5.00 or More Food Order ,


FRYERS.. 29 Meets Togo With President Leaders the Mrs.LP C.Nurses Hammond,, and fo civil UBESS action win night sponsor, Mon- and be given Male Chorus by the of choir Mt. |.I t PURE LARD 3 lb. Jar 29* f

Mrs. M.W. Brown retired ,
day.
April 2 at St.
Sinai Bart 1st Church. With $5.00 or More Food
NEW YORK The strug- nurse will Stephens AME Church Order ,
gles of the American follow.Mrs. The public is invited Good Tender I
when Atty. Earl M. '
OLEO /s LB. PATTIE Be : Negro, and particu- D. Owens of the Johnson, candidate fora and the floor will be I Ib. S4\'
given to persons asking RIB STEAKS
larly the program and welfare department, Duval County Commission specific questions f fi
methods of the National The FranKlin Trio the seat will be under the program topic.r r I
Association for the Grant Memorial Trio. principal speaker. Fresh I
C Advancement of Colored Mrs. P. Smith of the Atty. Johnson will be The program gets under- >OI
f CHITTLINGS 5 Ibs.
GRITS 1 LB. 9 People served as a Brewster Alumni will Introduced by L. I. way clock.promptly at 8 o 79$

BOX model and inspirationfor close the program. Alexander.
f WHITTING FISH 4 Ibs. j
the pe q>le of Togoin DCT students will ser- Other program princi- I $1.00 tt

their struggle for ve as ushers Mrs. G. pals will include Dr.
PORK and 303 Sc independence. Sylvanus Garnett and Mrs. Sampson Hunter H. Satterwhite, I INCOMP TAX t Prices Good March 29 thru April 2 t

BEANS CAN Olympic, President of will conduct theo Chester R. Cowart, Rich- BOOKKEEPING SERVIC1
the Republic of Togo, f fer i n g. Mrs. P. ard McKissack. Paul NOTARY LETTER COME VISIT US ,

told a delegation of Cooper will present Harley, Mrs. Ethel ISAAC H. CAFFEY f Our Store Isn't the Biggest in Town ,' : ,
NAACP and Urban League guild members and Rev. Liptrot, and Russell
SPAGHETTIJIFFY 303 Be leaders who called on A.B. Coleman pastor, Robinson. Office Phone El 6-8282 ", But Full of Good Things ,

CAN him March 23, during will give closing re- Musical features will 3323 Res.Myrtle El 3-1541 Avenuejacksonville To Eat and Low Prices We Carry Varieties ,

his visit here. .- .marks. Fla.
The conference with r .
Gordon W. Barber -- -
President Olympic and
MIX BOX Be his party was arrangedby Reg. Real Estate BrokerI

the State Departmentat Will Pay Cash For Lots, Or Build On Your Lot ;SREViEw JOE CURY'S pZ:1if"
the request of the WITH NO DOWN-PAYMENT. IO
African leader. Attending -
BUTTER BEANS C For plder Homes Duplex, Apt. Houses Call Me.
OR the session in the
9 SMALL DOWN PAYMENT '*** I WILL FINANCE.
Waldorf Towers were
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BLACKEYED PEAS CAN NAACP officers ArthurB. 1811 Main Street EL 4-6442

Splngarn. president;
PAN READY BUTTER S 00 Roy Wilkins, executive Floradale Homes

1 secretary; John A. Mor-
FISH' FO4RL65. sell, assistant to the Now Offers YN UT op Quality At Low Prices" .

secretary; and Henry Skid hick Homes With Carports MratUy Payments

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ONE OF TOE FINEST QUOTATIONS to ever appear in IE

:print to our way of thinking was made recentlyby

Jackie Robinson, the former Brooklyn Dodger

star. Here it is, you read and see if you don't i
,
J agree with it. "I've been told that I have F E 0:

lost awards for saying what I believe. But

') 'I like to be able to look at myself in the mirror r14r

in the morning. When it comes to taking an ,
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1 ward or taking my self respect, I' 11 take my

self respect says Jackie. A man who believesin

his own convictions, 4.s a man who always 1 Y

hai something to offer. : J _
SO STRONGLY DID JACKIE BELIEVE in his conv c-, a

tionshe withdrew from baseball when he was
NCNW FOOD FESTIVAL The National. Council of Negro Women scored president, and Miss Vinita Lewis, fourth vice president. In center
sold by the Dodgers to the 'Giants, and today he
,another smashing success recently with their Fourth Annual Brother- panel, Mrs. Ismat Anwar, left, wife of Pakistan naval attache, and
is a member of the Hall of Fame. it has been .
hood Food Festival at the Presidential Arms in Washington D,C. Mrs. Laura Tucker, cultural attache, Liberian Embassy, question James
said the door to the Hall of Fame is the only
Exotic foods from many lands were highlights of the event. In photoat "Bud" Ward. MHKO for Carnation Company account associate, as Mrs. J,
door that Jackie did not have to break down.
left, Otis N. Thompson, account associate for The Moss H. Ken, Mabell Cox-Balogun, Sierra Leona, looks on. In right photo, Mrs.
than 100 writers opened that door for him .L\
More drix Organization relates contest background: to NCNW heads Miss Ruth, Dorothy I. Height second from right NCNW president, chats with Miss "
selected him the first round for '
when they on Sykes. executive secretary; Dr. Deborah Partridge Wolfe, second vice Rosemarie Tyler Washington Afro-American, Karl Matthews, Philadelphia -

baseball's highest honor. and Ward.Students .

MANY BASEBALL FANS REMEMBER that Friday nightin uiinn IL_ ftu
August of 1948 when a rookie went to the nAft"r ASKS HOY.
A Fishing Success Story With Lasting Memories Bias Complaint'sReported
pitcher's mound for Cleveland to pitch againstthe To Investigate Miss.

Chicago White Sox. The rookie that pitchedin b ToPresident's Prison Shooting

that game and won it was none other than the JACKSON, Miss. Gov.

mighty Leroy "Satchel" Paige.. it has been Group Ross Barnett responding -
said that he is the oldest rookie to ever appear to
an NAACP
in the majors. It has been said by many of WASHINGTON Two major request for investigation -

the players who played with and against him, industrial corporationstwo of the prison

club owners and managers that no pitcher had T military installa- shooting of a Negro

more control than "Old Satch." Paige has had tions, a state uni- promised to look into

many years of experience as a pitcher. He is versity and another the case.
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still pitching. state agency are The incident grew out

WHEN THE KANSAS CITY ATHLETICS play their charged with racial of an exchange of words

in Jacksonville in April, fans
exhibition game discrimination in com- between Robert Allen,

will get an opportunity to seethe former Jack- plaints filed last the prisoner, and an

sonville players who were very popular here. 4a week with the Presi- official of the penal

Ed Charles, was one of the most outstanding dent's Committee on farm in Raymond, Miss.

second baseman to play in Jacksonville. Not Equal, Employment Op- Irritated, the jailer

only was Charles an outstanding second baseman, portunity.Both shot the prisoner from

but he was a terrific batter. Outfielder Manuel companies hold the rear, wounding him

Jimenez appears to be one of the surest hittersin '"1' ..' government contractsand in the side. The shoo-

the A's line up. His big bat has been liningout < ,"'....,"}"J', each of the agen- ting took place afterMr.

hits during spring training that has made cies receives federal Allen had spent 11

Manager Hank Bauer stop and take notice. Jimenezdid assistance.
y days in jail charged
a mighty fine job for Jacksonville when he The Cleveland plant of with vagrancy.The .
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was here. / the Republic 'Steel
shooting took placeon
THE EYES:; OF THE BASEBALL WORLD will be centeredon .. Corporation is chargedin
March 9, accordingto
the Jacksonville entry to the International seven complaintswith
: Medgar Evers, NAACP
League. By this time word has spread far and refusal to employ field secretary who

wide that Ben Geraghty will again manage the tt : Negroes on the basis of made the complaint to

team, and everyone knows the ability of this skill and ability and Gov. Barnett. Mr. Allena

manager and how he operates. it is definite 4 to up-grade them
.i Philadelphia resident,
that if the front office gives him the players, S : pr. accordingly.In was arrested while

he will make a team. Geraghty has been well Hampton, S. C. four passing through Jackson.

pleased with some of the players he has on the _. complaints accused the

Suns' roster, and some of them are big name Westinghouse Company of NAACP Branches

players, such as Ruben Gomez. Valmy Thomas, employing Negroes only
Seek Ga. Votes
Mel Raoch and others will get a big welcomes 'f in' menial capacitiesand

.in(Jacksonville.THE' ", z.: of racially segre- MACON Ga. The local

JACKSONVILLE SUNS will get down to real 1\ gated facilities.The NAACP unit here regis-
business now that the training season has \ .
tered 254
< University of Wisconsin Negroes last
opened. In a very very short time, the real '< : 1 .
\ << : : :, 0 is charged with week, according to Rev.
will and the and the : t::. .
thing begin big leagues
2., '. : 'v discriminating against J.A. Holman, chairmanof
minors will be playing for stakes. The exhibition ,
the
current drive.
a' highly trained Negro
games will be over and when the umpire { Meanwhile in
\ applicant for a position nearby
yells, "Play Ball," the games will be placedin : t ; A Albany Ga. the '
\ ; in the 'audio repair NAACP
and lost column. Everybody is talk- :
the won : > and installation brought out 100 personsto
ing about the joy that comes in welcoming a register last Satur-
F"'K" department of the extension -
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Triple A team to Jacksonville, but that story ,
i, lvision'sbureau' day. Twenty-five were
can 'best be told at the entrance gate. The j : ';; turned due to the
audio-visual away
of
L Ai .
owners of the team are like the blind man who }: \;; f: f' instruction.> noon deadline.
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was told about the beautiful woman, his replywas '< ;','",:,..;' .,... ..,..,tt"'';. .+ ,
"I had rather see it than to hear tell of < : .:: ', + : *r'. > 'i > ::
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it." ;

ANOTHER GREAT QUESTION in the minds of the

fans is, what would happen to Tommy AaronEd EPf Olq ; ;

Charles, vfinuel Jimenez, Howie Bedell and other
former Jacksonville players who are striving to TAMPA $10.000 FISHING TRIO Ned English of Tampa holds the cane pole on which he caught a flOWs

is looking Schlitz $10.000 fish in the 1962 Florida Fishing Derby sponsored by the Jos. Schlitz Brewing Com
make it in the majors. Everyone
forward to-seeing their namee listed in the pany. With him are his wife Fthel and son junior, one of their six children, both of whom were Pepsi

LINE up not at police headquarters, that is, with him in his boat the'Tagalong on the lucky fishing expedition. English hooked the Schlitz bonanza -

the baseball park. fish an li-ounce 11} -inch bass in the Kissimmee River.
but on the score sheets at
for thDse
Look out for the Jax Suns, they will be shining

down on opening day. Joins PR Staff Making Final Check From. wnowit who think young


fi.<: 19 StatesAttend
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a ,r \ EWe Offers New Courses TALLAHASSEE Mrs. 'L"r ',

Eleanor F. Johnson of FAMU

; Several new courses and special courses West Palm Beach is pre-
TALLAHASSEE The enrollment -
:'will be added to the needed for certification sently employed as a of 2,614 "'J. ..
regular offerings of student assistant in
purposes, includ- kJ students for this semester -
the Summer School at ing the extension of the office of public at Florida A&M

Edward Waters College, certificates relations at Florida M C. m Rj.
are offered University represents
it ,was announced, this providing the A&M University.Mrs. 19 states, six foreign

week. minimum enrollment of Johnson is a countries, the Districtof ; Pepsi
Dean Williams stated Spanish major. a 5t
junior
eight persons is met. Columbia: and nearlyall
that an attempt is being She graduated from
Several
workshops, of the 67 countiesin
made to make sure seminars and institutesare Industrial High Schoolin a ;xc> Florida. fnr those who
that all of the basic West Palm Beach.
planned. '
E.M. Thorpe, directorof
thinkyoung
admissions and records -

I -S -! -,--- r I II '- I the, said spring the semesteris figurefor

166 below the enrollment -

BUSINESS DIRECTORYThe ; / i",: for the winter
semester. The first t '

: The Firms Listed Below Are Recommended As Reputable JIM BROWN, star Cleveland Browns' pro foot- semester enrollment was.
ENROLL
baller, looks over draft of his script before 2,780.A NOW !

..,' .). S A Establishments Specializing Services and ProductsINDEPENDENT his sports show goes on the air. Looking on breakdown of the .

', are his sponsors, John L. Bateleft) president enrollment for this It
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OIL CO. o Pepsi-Cola Metropolitan Bottling Co. and semester by states is: REGISTRATION 4

IMPERIAL SUNDRIES Paul F. Ryals (right) new vice president Alabama 48; Districtof

; Patent Medicines Cosmetics KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY Pepsi-Cola Metropolitan Bottling Co., Philadel Columbia 2; Florida STILL ,OPEN \

Mechanic On-Duty phia. ______ 2,432; Georgia 61; '
All Leading Hair Preparations ''! % < .' 1 df For A Limited Hoiker Of( Students For :
Indiana Kentucky
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JAMES FAULKNER, Mechanic I HB BM B *
'i. WHEN YOU ARE ILL Louisiana, 7; Massachusetts DAY and IflfiHT Classes '
: IKE JOSEPH
.COR. BROAD & ASHLEY EL 42159LILLY'S Proprietor
You Seek The Best Doctor 1; Michigan
t State and Jefferson Sts. EL 6-9432' When Your Doctor Prescribes 1; Mississippi, 5; New in Geseral Secretarial Business Administration! Co jSs.

I HADHME'S Get Experienced Pharmacists Jersey. 4; New York 4; .
< .t STORES COFFEE SHOP
DRUG .According to Your Doctor's. North Carolina 6; Ohio LEARN DRESSMAKING

._;.,. J' A Complete line of Specializing In Tasty Foods 'I_ Order We Use Only 2; Pennsylvania 4;

t;, [' :COSMETICS RUBBER GOODS 1 The'.Best Qual ityr Drugs South Carolina, 8; Tennessee T F":::.FOR PERSONAL OR PROFESSIONAL PORPOSESf" .

i.. .:. .... CANDIES SUNDRIES Rftgrftf Meals Served Daily Dr. C. E. BlackProprietor 2; Texas: ", 8; X
6 and
Virginia, West
''P/eJcripf/onj/ Called/ for and Delivered ..., ; ":. '
:''l' 49962JOHNNIE'S Virginia 1. "
1929 Kings Road EL "
3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU A breakdown of) foreign 1Jjollwt ,
<.:: 'f.1907 Kings RdEL 5-8276 students follows;' Canal;;; '

: :- i ROOMING HOUSE A COMPLETE LINE OF ....... ..
JONES 1 Ethiopia -
: { MOTHER E. MSflSITUAl ZonePaaamftk ; -<' '
Cosmetics Rubber
Goods Candies Sundries : F TJFLIflTr 191ft
East Africa, 1;
/ ADVISOR r All MODERN CONVENIENCES PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED '
Kenya, East Africa, 1; Phone FI P- '4s
Saryjct Every Tfrmdoy--3 D.et. j, Rooms by Day, Night or Week j Liberia West .Africal;

1 > i31 W. UNION ST. fi 4.0269 627 West Ashley Sh. EL 5-4025 Republic of Panama, 1; -1832. Myrtle'. /.ve. Corner. .. ot,? ft.. ',.. -. -
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t ic:'._, St. Pete Almost Loses Cards' Ball Club Over Segregation_ I Issue. =': I



I St.r Louis Cards Now Hwstd c..;andy StephensHonors _Wilt Broke 19RecordsGETS

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PETERSBURG---Alongside a four lane highway, UNIONTOWN. Pa. Sta
ting that the famous
{ { 67 blocks from the heart of this sleepy little t
football player has IF
Cardinal organization H
city Gussie Busch' St. Louis .. -
d brought fame and honorto
is solving handily what was once its ticklish '
o his hometown, plansare ;
housing problem. .
had its advantages.The in operation here S C
The ballclub. for the has its own
Skyway 4
to give Sandy Stephens
first time in its his- .
swinning
and
dining :room: All-American quarter- '
,
tory, is quartered
pool and almost any
back from Minnesota a .s ,
under one roof during of the players r
wives
hour, rousing welcome when
.y
the spring training
maybe seen escorting he returns as a conquering -
season. To achieve this ,
the 'the young fry hero here on
goal, Busch organization -
has leased around the pool's edge. April 28.

the facilities of the All facilities of the ..x' 3s xA;; The welcome is bet tog

ultra-modern Skyway Skyway are opened to s sparked by A.H. Caton

Motel which houses the all players and their '' h sports director of

.TMBC radio station and
families. During the
Red Birds and a number
of their families. season, the public rela- is supported by

This arrangement came tions department of the businessmen and civic

Cardinal organizationhas leaders in a historic
about as a result of
negotiations with the established an f "Day For Sandy" whichis

business leaders of Rt. activities program that 2 planned by the city.

would rival any local i Present plans call fora
Petersburg when the exclusion -
if Negro players USO. Family cookouts, colorful parade in PL- a'

from the regular hotel fishing in the bay which which Stephens will be

headquarters here all laps at the rear of the featured in a visit to

City Hall, to be cli- ta
but cost St. Pete the property plus movies

spring training busi- every night, is a part maxed by an All-Sports as .

ness brought on by the of the boredom breaking banquet with several r

issue. offerings. The Motel is other outstandnng + .I : i.

Bill White, outstanding only 15 minutes from athletes and sports

Cardinal first baseman, the playing field.A figures appearing.
mimeographed newspaper Mayor J. Watson Sem '
who complained a year

ago that he had not 'Red Bird brower is expected to GETS TOITFRS AWAP* Recent recipient of ,the

been invited to a break- Chirps'publisheddaily CIAA HONORED ON 50TH ANNIVERSARY The fifty-year-old Central Inter- proclaim April 28 as" New York City Basketball Writers' Sam Davis

fast and that he fearedit for the playersand collegiate Athletic Association has been cited "100% right"' in its "Sandy Stephens Day. Award as being the National Basketball League's: ,
their families Stephens' gained ini-
was because he was a half century of service to collegiate athletics. The 100% Wrong Club, outstanding player for the 1961-62 season ;

Negro, seems perfectly keeps everyone informedas Atlanta (Ga. ) Daily World, through its coordinator, Marion E. Jack- tial athletic recogni- Phila. Warriors' star center Wilt Chamberlain 'r
tion at Uniontown
content with the new to particulars one son, center above, presented the Atlanta s ports group's Tioneer High broke nine league records this past season,
School here before
arrangement. of the high spots of Citation" co CIAA president. Dr. Leroy Walker, 2nd ,from left, of namely: scoring 4029 points; single game _'. "; ,
to national .
the season here was going on "{
"Everything is just Durham's North Carolina College, during CIAA's recent annual basket- fame at Minnesota. average, 50.4; most field goals attempted,

tine, White com- movie making of all ball tournament at Winston-Salem, N.C. Witnessing ceremony ar 3159; most field goals made, 1597; most free

mented in the clubhouseat the youngsters with Clifton Matthews, left, H.R. Jefferson, CIAA commissioner, right, Record Breaker throws attempted 1363; most free throws made .

Al Lang Field. "I the kids showing up:at Moss H. Kendix Jr., 2nd from right, director of sports activitiesfor 835; most minutes played, 3882; most gamesscoring .'

understand the matterwas ponlside in costumes The Moss H. Kendix Organization, PRfirm for The 100% Wrong Club. 50 points, 44; most field goals missed::t-,, :.:.

being discussed which would be the envyo In paying tribute to CIAA., the Club also recognized the sixteen institutions in one season 528. '<
before the incident, f the Mardi Gras. in the
conference
which form the oldest Negro athletic
but you expect this kind After the parade ses- United States by listing the names of the colleges and universitieson rkpifti Third Award Prarie View

of results from this sions, everyone took
50th Anniversary plaque. The schools are Delaware state College
time out for cold drinkson For Bill RussellNEW
organization. It is a Wins CrownKANSAS
Dover, Elizabeth City Tchrs College, Elizabeth City, N.C. Fayette-

good organization..He -- the house. ville Tchrs. College Fayetteville, N.C. Hampton Institute, Hampton :
YORK Receiving A close
(referring to Busch) is One day last week. CITY
Va. Howard University Washington, D.C. Johnson C. Smith, CharlotteN.C.
White and Minnie Minoso 51-first place votes 62-53 win over Westminster -
a good man. Princess Ann Md. Morgan State College
Maryland State College, '
and Boston Celtics' versa- (pa. ) College
Blng Devine, general took off early returned -
Baltimore Md. North Carolina A&T College, Greensbro, N.C. North IT.i tile center Bill Russel
with a morning here brought Prarie
of the Cardinals
manager Carolina College, Durham, N.C. St. Augustine's College Raleigh, N.C, selected the
catch of fish. was View College its first
said
the
new arrange- St. Paul's, College, Lawrenceville Va., Shaw university, Raleigh, N.C. Basketball
National
ment was working out Curt Flood, who shares National Association of
Virginia State College, Petersburg, Va. Virginia Union University, Association's most "
quarters with Cardinal Intercollegiate Athle *
fine. He pointed out
Winston-Salem, N.C. .
Richmond, Va. Winston-Salem teachers College, for
valuable player
that it was really the Coach George Crowe, D.C., tics (NAIA) basketball
convention in Washington.
CIAA will hold its Golden Anniversary the third successiveyear. '
first time all playerswere is very enthusiasticabout championship.
March 29 30.. (
y.CHET "
together duringthe the facilities."It Paced by their 6 8

early season and it is very nice, Club Gets 'The Russell's selection Zelmo Beatty, a memberof
comments Flood, who A 'Tne' Fish Story last week came as the the small collegesAllAmerican .

has been tagged as a I Message' From result of a poll of team, -
NBA players under .
| peminent outfielderby Prarie View dominated 10 '

Manager Johnnie NAACP OfficialsPHILADELPHIA h sponsorship of the both boards. Beatty,
Enterprise
Keane. Newspaper the tourney's most

"THIS Versatile Yank With Association which givesa valuable player awardee
to the out-
trophy
r.. reported reluctance, scored 28 points in the
the Philadelphia Phil- standing player. title finale.

is the one brand of headache l' aaak lies' baseball club became :

'powders offering 30 years of : 3 3' the last team to Peace Corps Exams Scheduled I

:trusted quality-yet sells for A end biased training (I
'less.l Ask for Goody's! ," WASHINGTONPlacementtests There is no age limit
r- facilities in Florida,
< d seeking thou- for applicants and
.art--. the NAACP reported last i
sands of additional married couples are
3 ry
weekend.A .
Peace Corps volunteerswill eligible to take the .
Leon Higginbotham,
r. be held, April 21 test provided they
"
y president of the local
at 8:30 in ;
a.m. numerous have no dependents
NAACP advised John
...;=.;; .. .. a,HIsk fj Quinn business manager areas of the state, the under 18 years of age.

HECTOR LOPEZ of the Peace Corps announced .,
and Robert carpenter, d.
Yankees, is expectedto 1 .,
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owner--both of whom had l .
t t double in left field 'insisted nothing could c: .,

with Yogi Berra this '.
be done--that his
season. Lopez plays c:2 .
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branch would picket the

i well every amd infield also position a right Phillies home games. WALKER 6-6 200- 1'4'; '.-t' \.... .' .
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"It is obvious, the All-American star ) ,
lb.
2 POWDERS 5$ field. The Panamanianis SCHLITZ $10,000 WINNER. Ned English (right) NAACP said, "that the for Bradley University, {, ,
also a highly respected '
12 POWDERS 25
batter. Tampa railroad worker, wears a $10,000 smile. Phillies could obtain already holds 10 individual '.

-. That's the amount his fish-an 11 ounce bass- integrated housing records at the

ROYAL ART STUDIO/ was worth in the Schlitz Fishing Derby. English facilities for their peoria, Ill. and is

caught his tagged prize in the Kissimmee River Negro players if they adding to three of them

CLARENCE J. SIMON near Route 60. English is shown here shortly were willing to fight everytime he scores a

PROPRIETOR after Gene Warnstedt (left), manager of the for them just as the

informed him his other ball clubs have point.Brown
Jos. Schlitz Brewery at Tampa, Wins
done.
SPECIALS tagged fish carried a top $10,000 award.
The NAACP called for

2-5rs,1-Cftr,1-BlacklWhHtS.K' Steks Crown action after remindingteam Rushing Title

'Watch This Onwl25e106e911 officials that
FORMER TENNIS Queen. x.X .
i-B*10 gialttu & 3-3x5's.f5.l5 Althea Gibson, has set "the matter has been CLEVELAND---Big Jim
Brown the Cleveland
studied but no results ,
her sights on a new 583-02-720
obtained." Browns' famed fullbackwho
have been
crown--she wants to ,
Tops In of the 7 3 The NAACP added, Hr. is reputed to be X ,-r ty:dd RsY
become queen
.,\ golf world. Miss Gibson I 5 Carpenter is up at bat the highest paid playerin .;: .

and there is no need the National Foot-
! :;,, Commerical-We dings.Protraits shaved 18-strokes off 9 11
: ball the
: her golf scores during for him to strike out League, won

.[J15DVIS ST.a HIM the past two ;years and IU-8U-63 on this issue." league rushing title ;. :- v4
the for the fifth consecu-
Withing 24 hours,
15-110-30 prb '
5 in 1961 placed thirdin ; ir
: :T_ta' t team's were tive last season. .
5- YmDMtK v fet the UGA tourney and 8oft ties be'a up6oxtLes quarters : fh, '
Jim Taylor of the ..
changed from a segregated .
then placed first in he's dam : :
LOW PRICES Clearwater, Fla. Green Bay packerswas :
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Cleveland, Pittsburghand Re adds, subtracts.
second to Brown. 'Q1t
hotel to an integrated }
tournaaents .
Chicago He works it all around \ '
I The 26-year old former .
She won the recent 11266229howite Tamp Bay motel.Iosto ," TheTwiSt <-.,' j.i. <:' :
All-American '
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Syracuse ;
OaYmr event in Miami by 26- ;:
Upset became the loop's first ,. :

I NEEDS player to win. 'the L! TheE. ., Latest,: Men's Hair, Styjes. A:
DRUG STORE In Cbkigo '
rushing title five- '!_."-. ,I

. ,. CHICAGO World cham- times straight. He Being Taught At The' .
t .a. T....WIitI Y..NMl........ One... ,.. pion running broad totaled 1,408 yards ina :.:, ;
ANY WUC*ABYKTISfD IN YWHt L GL FAMMWt
tfjWSIL MOT
, jumper 'Ralph Boston of record 305 attempts
> W.Deher- Ate fill AB Bettors' hwMr1Dixie w PfI' Jacksonville :)1!
1, Tenn. A&I evidently missing by 119 yards ;

I I had an "off night" his record set in

when he was defeated in 1958. His 305 record c
j Pharmacy Barber ihj
his speciality by topped his previous College
w Raimey. record of 209 set in

\ 1H2 KWii ROAD f*MY TLI AYSHW Pepsi Boston, who has leapedas 1959. Approved 100 percent Air Co..

I' U: PFlONS B f3it7.ffS much, as 28 feet, .G. ,
: : ; 5'S couldn't manage to out- S -

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I i : .:.mi 12 r. nlllA STAR SATURDAY MARCH 31, 19S2


I .; ., ,"Josh" Williams Tosses Hat In.i Postal Alliance eates Hear Sen. Wayne Morse The Mdenaon StoryTHE

.i ; Political Arena MCCLENDON STORY-

Her picture can be found on the front page 0:
Joshua Walter (Josh) committeeman is the
any January 20th issue of the Florida Star. Her
,
'. .-.....Williams.. announces only elected repre- at and there
." eyes are looking directly you is the
L .. :his. candidacy for the sentative in the pre-
: suggestion of a smile on her lips. Her name is
"I": post., ) of Democratic ,dx
cinct and
.' is thus
Elizabeth McClendon. And she is important to you
t..to,. ...;,Committeeman- from Precinct handed a mandate by ,
-; because she was the first Negro to be hired by
*
._ '--- 3-B subject to the people to speak
'" the Berrier Ice Cream people.
"' r-
: the Democratic Second for them and to keep

&r1. rimar y. of May. 29, them well informed on a The McClendon hiring continue to increasein

17..1'- 1962. '. all Issues. He should 34 climaxed an effectivefourmonth the consciousnessof

.t, ,Williams". is a life- make regular reportst F boycott by this city. It shall

/. 'loneresident, of the residents of the Jacksonville NAACP do so despite the
;Jacksonville and the the precinct and get _. lrb Youth Council and The 'viciousness' of some

;-Jhird; ,.!lard;, He .is theJj'son their reactions before t Florida Star. What is people and the guilty

of. J.-L. Williams.Srv committing himself on the aftermath of this anxieties of others.
:
fi l. retired..visiting a curse of action. success? What is the

t 1 teacher and-former 2. ''NO INDIVIDUAL OR z McClendon story? Cancer Chapter

*' nstructor .at Darnell GROUPS OF INDIVIDUALShave A reporter from this
I 1)i" Plans
'I/v*.. Cobkman. School and the the right to set : .. newspaper visited the Banquet

". late Gertrude L. Williams themselves up to speak li.v r .,v 1,, First and Hogan Sts. Tuesday NightBanquetApril3

also a teacher.He for or represent any .. itT establishment of the

is the eldest of segment of the Negro Berrier Ice Cream com-

,. three children His electorate if he is ; :. pany in an eftort to The Eugene Butler
; '-:
; ,-' brother James L. Wit not duly elected. Interview Miss Mc- Chapter of the American

.io*: Haas. ,. Jr. and sister 3. "I am unattached >4 Clendon. Almost at Cancer Society officially -

f'.. 'Estelle l T. ;Williams and OWE ALLIGENCE TO .> once, two things became opens its 1962 Can- ,

are, }instructors at NO PERSON OR PERSONS. obvious: Miss cerama Wednesday, set-

p i* Isaiah. Blocker. Jr. I will voice my own McClendon was not tlLg a $10,000 fundraising -
'\oi -High School. William, convictions. present behind the for its workersin

himself is 'a member of k/ counter, and a requestfor the Ouval Countyarea.

"* the staff of Stanton Peace Corps Official information con .

Vocational High School cerning her was met On Tuesday night

'He i .1J.attended local Visits Gibbs College A with determined refusal April 3 at 7:30 o'clock,

op completing ST. PETERSBURG A SUPPORTS PROGRAM---More than 500-delegates from 38 states attending the National Alliance of on the part of a the chapter's officials -
grammat school at Berrier official.
Peace Corps official, Postal Employees meeting in Washington Hotel Raleigh March 16th heard Senator Wayne L. Morse members and
Davis Street and Stan- The official, a woman -
on a whirlwind tour of (D-ore.) strongly endorse their proposal for a proposed salary increase for lower and higher volunteer workers will
School. He is did state how-
ton High ,
r- Florida, found a tripto level federal postal employees. Shown seated at speaker's table from left are: Albert Abrahams, hold their first report
'
a graduate of HamptonInhtitute'Hampton. ever, that Miss Mc-
f''. : Gibbs Junior Cc liege administrative assistant to New jersey's Senator Case; Ashby G. Smith, president. National Alliance Clendon was still inBerrier's meeting during a dinnerto
\; an interesting one. of postal Employees; Senator Morse; Mrs. Ella Hillman, NAPE Women's Auxiliary president; be held in BrewsterHospital's
Virginia. At, Hampton employ,
William W. Warner, John Macy. chairman U. S. Civil Service Commission; Standing Charles R. Braxton president's new cafe-
h'e.was president of working on a later teria.
the'student body. Area Program Coordinator administrative assistant. 'shi ft. She further
James L. Lewis board
He is a member of for Latin America, stated that it was
-
St. Paul AME Church, sited the College last POLICEREPORTS Anniversary Greetings From President And Wife "in the interest of chairman of Butler
Chapter said, "From
'a former Eagle Scout week and found 50 Elizabeth's safety"
present Indications
,
of: Troop 76, St. students eagerly pump- that she refused to
that is
from
Stephens AME Church; ing questions to him Mrs. Marie Smith, of Impart any information the general

,a member of the order abut the Peace Corps. 1323 Evergreen Ave. concerning Miss Mc- enthusiasm displayed by ,
1: :of Eastern Star anda Adding to his elation was the victim of a Clendun. workers, I feel free in

;: Mason. over his reception was thief last Monday "Elizabeth is a very forecasting that this

'f'. Williams makes the the number of co-eds police reported.Mrs. nice person, she will be the most suc-

following statement: who appeared Intensely Smith stated said, "and we like cessful drive in the

/"Elections are won in interested in serving that she suspected a her here. But we Chapter.history"of the Butler

.the; precincts. The their country as a new roomer who went into wouldn want anything -

precinct is the lowest type of missionary. her room and stole $58 .,. to happen to her Florida Star i

form 'of government A dire need for per- worth of clothes to when she's going home Fashion Parade

under the democratic sonnel to man positions' sell to buy moonshine.She ; ht night. Asked to

system and is the in eight countries said when she saw r .P I A1 u.,F..F k{ explain such a weigh- Plans ScrappedIt
Warner's trek him and asked him ted statement the was announced this
sparked '
grass roots. it is deplorable r iir- f Jt
that people to selected institutionof about it he admitted woman said, "some week that plans for a

pay so little atten- higher learning in taking them and sel-. 'j'f' nw people--both white and 'Parade of Fashions'

tion to the post of Florida. Chili, Cost a ling them.Investigating. 1 A / 4r colored--are Just which was to be heldat
precinct committeemen Rica Ecuador Hon officer plain vicious. ." the Duval Armory

and-women."' These duras. Guatemala. Venezuela said they went to 1105E. Your Star reporter April 1 in connectionwith
Peruand Boliviaare 3rd street where .; did not get to see the observanceof
people are the voice ; I .
the South American complainant said Lamar '; Elizabeth McClendon.He the Florida Star's
of the precincts in a' ? k. "
countries in need of Randolph, 38, who did, however, havean 12th anniversary will
many matters.
Peace Corps workers lives at 1323 Ever- opportunity to assess be abandoned._
"It behooves an from green Ave. sold th 60th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRANTS---Mr. and' Mrs. George Kelly Sr. of 5936 Mon- the environmentin -.-w

electorate to have the ranging farmers to teachers.general In clothes. Mrs. Ruthi crief Road, who were the recent honorees at a lavish celebration in honorof which Miss lic- STRAND Sunday

best trained and all approximately 40 Mae Brown 30, stated their 60th wedding anniversary were nationally cited when ,they received Clendon and the other X ;O G'f&' ,

qualified persons to jobs are in the that Lamar had been a handsomley engraved card which read. "The President and Mrs. Negro employees must pt{C-'iNE Loa oF7NE tJ.41 .
open
represent them on the there and left 2 pairs Kennedy extend their very best wishes on the occasion of your 60th wedding work. s
Democratic Corps. anniversary."
Executive Warner informed Junior of pedal pushers, 1 Berrier's has answered a
Committee. Our present .. (Photo By Baker)
college students 'that skirt and 2 blouses, a.- the challengeof

committee from' thehead''dohn his program called for but she had not paid Boys Willed f progress by hiring
'to' 2323 Moncrief
many training to begin with- for them. She gave Visits A &-T Miss McClendon and

committee members in the next three month them back to com- at 13th Street subsequent Negroes to
leate much to be de-
EXTRA
serve the
plainant ana said ST. PETERSBURG Back public-at-
and subsequent assign- +COClDtZ
siredIn' fact as some ment as early as July. Lamar went on down the CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGFOR in St. Petersburg afteran large. Berrier's has

have stated the groupis''Republicrat' Peace Corps workers street with somethingin ROOM FOR RENT eventful stay on the strengthened their 0 dsltor.

I as: will live in countries a paste board box. campus of North Caro- position in the com- .

'running for the post where they work on the Patrolmen J.R. Howard SALE 2-3 Room Apartments lina College Durham, munity of Jacksonvilleby -and-

for several. reasons, same level that nativesof and C.B. Tompkins in- Kenmore Electric Cook Freshly Painted On N.C. where she was so doing.The .

mainly* : that country do. vestigated. ing Range-Almost New- Paved St.-On Bus and honoree and consultantis importance of the
1'. 'The precinct Cab Line. El 3-5388 McClendon
.. Reasonably Priced Gibbs Junior College Story shall

I" Call El 3-5388 HELP WANTED Business instructorMiss l v ''

PC (' ft"t" Live In Companion Who The Hester occasion Price.was the Your IARcan
a tA' Toombs & BurtonService would like travelingWith
a i I Thirteenth Annual Co-Ed be HURT
'V p 3.m rI ft 3-p 3p 81 is Our Business Young Navy House-
Week End in which out- with toothpicks or
2117 Wishart Street wife and Children. Ref. ROOSEVELTSunday
standing graduates were cotton
I tipped sticks.
PRESENTS.... Telephone Fl 9-1271 required. Call 388-0997 Thru
'-' honored for their out- Don't risk damage. Tues.
REPAIR SERVICE standing accomplishmentand Soften up hard to react "5 MINUTES TO LIVE"

WANTED. Will repair Venetian were asked to serveas wax with safe effective and "SPREAD EAGLE"
*
blinds and guarantee vocational consul- AURO eardrops. -
Beauty Operators &
7ed4 I Barbers are wanted to upholstering done with tants to co-ed under- Wash out clogged wax SKY VIEW Sun. Bite

Hollywood Beauty Lounge fabrics at Mill prices. graduates. that may irritate thro Tues.

; 622 W. Ashley St. CallI. Free estimates on work. Approximately twenty- affect your hearing.Ask "BACK STREET" art
five graduates returnedfor
Call'E145841HO.UGABOOK at all druggists
S.
Anderson
zr BATTLE AT BLOOD ISLAND
the twin honors. for AURO
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1 ii-AGE 12 FLMHUSTM SATURDAY MARCH 31, 19S2


, I, ,:. /Josh" Williams Tosses Hat In Postal Alliance Delegates Hear Sen. Wayne Morse The McLencfon StoryTHE S


Political Arena T MCCLENDON STORY

Her picture can be found on the front page 0:
II ;i Joshua Walter (josh) committeeman is the w. : .
+ a any January 20th issue of the Florida Star. Her
r_ Williams, announces
only elected
his repre- J eyes are looking directly at you and there is the
j' ;;, : candidacy for the sentative in the -. ; 4
precinct
\Ir." suggestion of a smile on her lips. Her name is
:-j post. of Democratic and is thus
: Elizabeth McClendon. And she is important to you
; Coamitteeaan from PreP 'i.-
handed mandate _
a by because she was the first Negro to be hired by
>-:cl'bcty 3-B subject to :
the people to speak ;
_
the Berrier Ice Cream people.
v.; -.t Democratic: Second for them and to keep ; ____
_
.':.wi"Prim a r y' of May 29, them well informed on ____ The McClendon hiring continue to increasein

1962. ,', --' ,..,;'' all Issues. He should a Lii climaxed an effective the consciousnessof
I- r
'f.'4 )Williams' Is a lifelong make regular reportst 1r a four-month boycott by this city. It shall
; -" -, i resident:'of do so despite the
the residents of the Jacksonville NAACP
{:Jacksonville; ,and' the the precinct and get f Youth Council and The viciousness of some

I' ';-'Third.Ward, He is the their reactions before Florida Star. What is people and the guilty

<; :-son. of 'J.L. Williams, committing himself on & the aftermath of this anxieties of others.

1 sr.,, retiredvisiting a curse of action. # success? What is the

?:teacher and, former 2. 'NO INDIVIDUAL OR McClendon story? Cancer Chapter

1f +instructor ,at Darnell GROUPS OF INDIVIDUALShave A reporter from this
Plans
Banquet
,
Cbokman School and the the right to set : newspaper visited the
.
late Gertrude L. Williams themselves up to speak First and Hogan sts. Tuesday Night

e! also a teacher. for or represent any establishment of the

r He is the eldest of segment of the Negro jflTyV Berrier Ice Cream Company BanguetAQril,3

__ ,.s three children. His electorate if he is in an effort to The Eugene Butler

'r brother James L. Wil not duly elected. interview Miss Mc- Chapter of the American
'
'
liaas} Jr. and sister 3. "I am unattached Clendon. Almost at Cancer Society officially -

.i "fisteile T- 'Williams. and OWE ALLIGENCE TO once, two things became opens its 1962 Can- .

are,' ;instructors at NO PERSON OR PERSONS. A obvious: Miss cerama Wednesday, set-

p f Isaiah Blocker Jr. I will voice my own ? # ; u McClendon was not tiug a $10,000 fundraising -

ill High School. William, convictions. present behind the for its workersin

himself f is 'a member of counter, and a requestfor the Duval Countyarea.
r-1
'-fe,.the staff' of Stanton Peace Corps Official i information concerning .

Vocational High School her was met On Tuesday night.
'
He 1 attended local Visits Gibbs College with determined refusal April 3 at 7:30 o'clock,

_. _!. .completing ST. PETERSBURG A SUPPORTS PROGRAM---Moro than 500-delegates from 38 states attending the National Alliance of on the part of a the chapter's offi-
grammat school at Berrier official.
Peace Corps official, Postal Employees meeting in Washington' Hotel Raleigh March 16th heard Senator Wayne L. Morse cials, members and
Davis Street and Stan- The official, a woman -
on a whirlwind tour of (D-ore.) strongly endorse their proposal for a proposed salary Increase for lower and higher volunteer workers will
ton High School. He is did state how-
** Florida, found a tripto level federal postal employees. Shown seated at speaker's table from left are: Albert Abrahams, hold their first report
graduate of Hampton that
\ a ever, Miss Mc-
Gibbs Junior Co liege administrative assistant to New Jersey's Senator Case; Ashby G. Smith, president, National Alliance meeting during a dinnerto
\institute Clendon
Hampton was still inBerrier's
\- an Interesting one. of postal Employees; Senator Morse; Mrs. Ella Hillman NAPE Women's Auxiliary president; be held in BrewsterHospital's
':,Virginia. At Hampton employ,
lie; was president ofthe'student William W. Warner John Macy. chairman, U. S. Civil Service Commission; Standing, Charles R. Braxton president's working on a later new cafe-
teria.
'10. administrative assistant.
Area Program Coordinator -
body.He shift. She further
James L. Lewis, board
is a member of for Latin America, stated that it was
St. Paul AME Church sited the College last POLICEREPORTS Anniversary Greetings From President And Wife "in the interest of chairman of Butler
Chapter said, "From
week and found 50
'a former Eagle Scout M Elizabeth's safety'
0 f' Troop 76, St. students eagerly pump- A } } that she refused to present indications

'- Stephens AME Church; ing questions to him Mrs. Marie Smith, of iLT:; impart any information that enthusiasm is from the general

a member of the order abut the Peace Corps. 1323 Evergreen Ave. a 3, % concerning Miss Mc- displayed by
ofbq workers I feel
of Eastern Star, and Adding to his elation was the victim of a Clendun. free in

". a Mason. over his reception was thief last Monday, "Elizabeth is a very forecasting that this

: Williams makes the the number of co-eds police reported.Mrs. .., nice person, she will be the most suc-

''following statement: who appeared intensely Smith stated '" J said, "and we like cessful drive in the

;. '"Elections are' won in interested in serving that she suspected a 4 ,.. her here. But we history of the Butler
!-'f1 "
Chapter
.'the, precincts. The their country as a new roomer who went into ............ t '.. wouldn't want any- '

precinct is the lowest type of missionary.A her room and stole $58 tIt' ? Y. M1A ( s jT / v q thing to happen to her Florida Star

form 'of government dire need for per- worth of clothes to --- when she's going home Fashion Parade

under the democratic sonnel to man positions sell to buy moonshine.She k t; kt night. Asked to

system and is the in eight countries said when she saw ,. t ,: explain such a weigh- Plans ScrappedIt

grass roots. It is deplorable sparked Warner's trek him and asked him : .;.'.," ted statement, the was announced this

that to selected institutionof about it he admitted t;'$>.",. woman said, 'Some week that plans for a

people higher learning in taking them and sel l<" 1' people--both white and 'Parade of Fashions'
little VM
pay so atten- '
Florida. Chili, Cost a ling them.Investigating. 'c. colored--are Just which was to be heldat
tion to the of .
post
officer I' Li plain vicious. the Duval Armory.
Ecuador, Hon-
precinct committeemen Rica I i I t :,
ndwomen. These duras, Guatemala, Venezuela said they went to 1105E. .Lh4 'f., : \: Your Star reporter April 1 in connection
Peru, and Boliviaare 3rd street where '" f, 4'I did not get to see with the observanceof
people are the voice L .
of the precincts inml.D1. the South American complainant said Lamar _I&V': Elizabeth McClendon.He the Florida Star's

matters. countries in need of Randolph, 38, who s did, however, havean 12th anniversary willbe

Peace Corps workers lives at 1323 Ever- opportunity to assess abandoned.
"It behooves an green Ave. sold th 60th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRANTS---Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly Sr. of 5936 Mon- the environmentin

electorate to have the farmers ranging to from teachers.general In clothes. Mrs. Ruthi crief Road, who were the recent honorees at a lavish celebration in honorof which Miss ric- "STRAND Sunday

best trained and all, approximately 40 Mae Brown, 30, stated their 60th wedding, anniversary, were nationally cited when "they received clendon and the other x 1b G'' L ,

Qualified persons to in the that Lamar had been a handsomley engraved card which read. "The President and Mrs. Negro employees must 1"ffiE, f" I 0 FTH E tJOto .
jobs are open OJ'll
represent them on the there and left 2 pairs Kennedy extend their very best wishes on the occasion of your 60th wedding work. rJ(
Democratic Corps. anniversary."
Executive Warner informed Junior of pedal pushers 1 Berrier's has answered -
Committee. Our present (Photo By_ Baker
college students 'that skirt and 2 blouses, 1 -- r the challengeof

committee from' thehead'down his program called for but she had not paid Boys Waited 2323 progress by hiring
'to' Moncrief
many Visits A Miss
training to begin with- for them. She gave & T McClendon and

committee members in the next three month them back to com- at 13th Street subsequent Negroes to
leave much 'to be de- EXTRA
serve the
said public-at-
and subsequent assign- plainant anti ST. PETERSBURG Back +
sired.' 'In fact as some ment as early as July. Lamar went on down the CLASSIFIED -ADVERTISINGFOR in St. Petersburg afteran large. Berrier's has COLOR

have stated the group Peace Corps workers street with somethingin ROOM FOR REKT eventful stay on the strengthened their 0 GA

is' 'Republicrat' I azc: will live in countries a paste board box. campus of North Caro- position in the com-
'running for the post FOR SALE 2-3 Room Apartments, munity of
where they work on the Patrolmen J.R. Howard lina College, Durham, Jacksonvilleby -antWSSANO

for several' reasons, same level that nativesof and C.B. Tompkins in- Electric Cook Freshly painted, on N.C. where she was so doing. a+ GVVBRAZZI i

mainly: that country do. vestigated.tj ing Range-Almost New- Paved St.-On Bus and honoree and consultantis The importance of the \\
TN .tejvr,,
1'. 'The precinct Cab Line. El
Reasonably Priced 3-5388 Gibbs Junior College McClendon Story shall
-
Call El 3-5388 HELP WANTEDLive Business InstructorMiss
Hester Price.
in Companion Who your tAR
ra tA i7 rf'A\ ( i i Toombs & Burton would like travelingWith The occasion was the
Thirteenth Annual Co-Ed can be HURT
!!! 'A .I'P e"A &' (I. e"p Service Is oar Business Young Navy House-
Week End in which out- with toothpicks or
,
;:, 2117 Wishart Street wife and Children. Ref. ROOSEVELTSunday

'( PRESENTS.... Telephone PI 9-1271 required. Call 388-0997 standing graduates were cotton tipped sticks. TJru
Tues
..J .r.r honored for their out- Don't risk damage.
t' '. REPAIR SERVICE standing accomplishmentand Soften up hard to react "5 MINUTES TO LIVE"

-f- WANTED Will repair Venetian were asked to serveas wax with safe effective and "SPREAD EAGLE"

blinds and guarantee vocational consul- AURO eardrops. -
Beauty Operators
&
;/ee'c41k Barbers are wanted to upholstering done with tants to co-ed under- Wash oat clogged wax SKY, VIEW Sun. nite
5Li1
Hollywood Beauty Lounge fabrics at Mill prices. graduates. that mfY Irritate thru t Toes.

622 W. Ashley St. CallI. Free estimates on work. Approximately twenty- affect your hearing.Ask "BACK STREET" and
Call El 45841HOUGABOOK five graduates returned at all druggists
S. Anderson
for the twin honors. for AURO BATTLE AT BLOOD ISLAND
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