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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
April 14, 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:
UF00028362:00606

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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:
April 14, 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:
UF00028362:00606

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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ville's modern hospitals.It occurred without warningat Florida's State PENSACOLA An upsurgein what \ ',
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is reported, in fact, 11:38 Thursdaymorning Supreme Court was overruled political activitywas bomb,' last March 30. If the bomb is permitted to

that the new operatingrooms seriously during the first created here for the explode, it will seriously short-circuit the

out-rank any of burned three of the of the month when the first time in local existing] school system in Duval -.

their kind in the city, four men. U.S. Supreme Court history when six-Negroes The -.L oqmoIusea_L. ...__ to. .County.. .

Cash 16, and Jake Lawrence 17, display having piped-in oxygen Joe Hartfield 38, h'of ordered a reargument in qualified in six pre- effect \jail impacted

differing expressions after having been inter- nitrous oxide and suc- 1611 W. 35th Street Miami's NAACP case involving cinct for the posts of areas was in the form sonell, 1,000 are Neg-

viewed at the Florida Star offices concerning tion (the latter being received second and s roes.
membership re- committee chairmen of
a statement made by
their heroic action last Sunday morning. The the removal of secre- third degree. burns about cords. against a similar number Itibicofi! in which he It boils down to this:

youths risked their lives to rescue the occupants tions from body cavi- the body. He also suffered The case centered a- of vii Desegregate or face
warned that
as of September -
of a station wagon that had overturned and ties). a compound frac; round Miami' militant of white opponents.The the harsh realityy of
., 1963, the federal -
started to burn off the Expressway, Cash lives More than 200 different ture of the right leg.J- resident' Rev., (Fr. ) four local, minister goveitnment no longer having federal funds

with his parents at 1145 E. 23rd Street. Lawrence kinds of operations can John Golden, also 38: Theordore R. Gbson'srefusal and two laymen who seek will subsidize discontinued.

the oldest of five brothers lives with his now be performed the received similar burns to turn over the the chairmanships during schools segre- Ribicoff pronounce-
gated which
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family at 1438 E. 20th Street. institution.The about the body head and branch' membershiplists the May 29th electionsare located An impactedareas. ment is a 'time-bomb.
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trics center, clinic, Most seriously burnedin mlttee headed by Sen. Isaiah s. Powell Pre- 'Impacted,! areas' are

Draws Praise From Parents recovery room and' a the explosion was .Charley.... ,. Johns. of ;iStarkeand cinct 13; Rev. K.C. those in which federal Judge Rules

.r'About dietary,....department 4. .,.,..E1.eroyAustin' ,49* Austin* -\.'.......';-.sen.; .,cliff He'rrell1of Bass;*!Precinct:28:*?,Re.IIi"';"hinstai/lati/ .aas.are4orcated. --....,.....:.....-. -
twenty minutes past three last. Sunday operated on the most sustained firsHe'gree:; \\Ii ; Miamie IJ.C. Galloway, precinct f Fatal

morning. Jake Lawrence and Nathan Cash suddenly advance knowledge in burns about the body.( ,Father'\' Gibson was sen- 90; Walter L.' Collins, To narrow ;the picture Stabbing L
.x
realized that they had a lot more to worry about dietary science. The Paul Jefferson 35,,. tenced for. contempt to Precinct 49, and E.J. down to the State of 'Justifiable'

than getting home late from a dance. They frozein building also houses an of 1563 Harrison Street,1was six-months in Jail and a Crosswright, Precinct Florida Dc val County

their tracks as a station wagon speeding east elementary school for the most fortunate. $1,200 fine, follciwing
50.Records ranks high among the Charlie Marshall, who
the Expressway careened out of control childrenand His injury did not
on hospitalized which the Florida Supreme show that there impacted areas of the lives at 1105 Odessa St.,

swerved blindly into the phoenix Ave. exit and. one of the most necessitate hospitaliza- Court upheld the has never been more than state. Within its walked out of Judge Dor-

after describing a final half-turn flipped o- modern and effecientlyrun tion. lower court's decitsion four Negroes on the com- boundaries are found cas Drake's office last

ver into a culvert beside the road. cafeterias in the At Florida Star press in 1960. mittee of 210 precinct ;
.... .... .... Cecil Field the Jacksonville Tuesday after having been
Jake who is 17. and city. time the cause of the noted figlhter! 'chairmen.
handkerchief. Long as a Naval Air freed on charges of
Nathan, a Its X-ray Department explosion had not been At the present time
year younger The Fire Department got for civil rights Fr. Station, and\the Naval homicide.

rushed back to the spot to the scene first then boasts of the new determined. Gibson's continual refusal all six candidates believe Base at Maypoirt. Marshall had Inflicted

where the spot where the "Cine Radiography" they have a slight
racist
the police freeing Jake to bow to Because of these installations fatal stab wounds on

car had overturned. Already and Nathan of their equipment which delivers Fight Exptcttd forces have made him an registered voters numerical }, Duval Rufus Holley the pre- .

they could see the great responsibility."I motion picture in x-ray. international figure. edge over their County has ; ece ived vious Saturday morning

flames feeding hungrilyon They have too power- ... ... opponents. grants from
wouLd say that Over Bisllop'sS .w... .W. generous during an argument about i
the fuel which was diagnostic
ful new federal government.
the brick that had
certainly deserve a been
leaking from the wrecked they machine which enable Judge Wine gear Expands alone, nearly
the highest praise 100,000 .- Last year thrown through the win-
vehicle. particularly because of badly injured patientsto a million a half dow of the victim.A .

) 'We were scared" Jake their ages Mayor- be radiographed while Staff To Figlht\ Youth Crime dollars ant eceived police report states

admitted. "The fire was Commissioner Hayden still on the hospital TAMPA It has been here for ol. con- that Holley, 25 of 818

going pretty strong when Burns told this newspaper stretcher.The speculated that a court The city has felt the presence of juvenile Judge struction .. Florida Ave. went to

we got there. I Just by phone. "They Sunday Dedication fight looms over the Lamar Winegeart, The ead-whippers< and the knifer $800,000 for operation Marshall's home about

knew that station wagon demonstrated a sense of services are being estimated $100,000 and the muggers have welt his presence. So have. expenses. This ;

was going to blow up any responsibility for sponsored by the Woman's estate of Bishop William the operators of crime dens and ,vice dives. not possiblylhappen'\ --'j:.; ,;.

minute. of Divismon of Christain Gray, 66-year old after September! of next
others, at the risk It has been only fifteen Wlnegeart. Good Exampleis
Questioned by a Florida Service the Methodist head of the Sanctified pacted I Ia
year--unless
the raid personallyled
months since the'
Star reporter, the boys their own lives I would Church the Board of Church of the Eastern Are de-
by the Judge,' on area schools
raised his
act of Judge right
revealed how, after say the heroic Directors and the Administration States who died sud- I
the Beaver Street Recreational segregated.
Cash hand to take the oath .
and are
the the
reaching scene they Lawtence of
denly here
recently. utudent
Center. The Duval has a
of office. But since
of our
found that one of the demonstrative Methodist Church. The
Bishop Gray reportedlydied raid, 'during which shot population qf approximately -
that
wreck-victims had been youths' acceptance of is invited. time every legal
public shortly after he 00, and l 4ie
rifles 106.
pistols
to punch he has thrown at guns
thrown from the car. their responsibility ... ... had suffered a heart instructional
and knives per-
the scowling face ofJacksonville's were confiscated an
'fie carried him off a
Grubbs. father of seizure in a bathtub.
Aaron
prevented a i
safe ways they explained Connie Glenn Mrs. Lena Snelling juvenile Polke Re.cnts!
19-year-old
which
"tthen we went crime has been a stag- gang war might .
who claims to be
urufabs. identified as the Gray, lhave meant \ i
gering blow. Injury or
back to the station
the bishop s wife said ESTRANGED HUSBAND
driver of the car could .
could hear a Now. in the recent death' to Innocent per-
we
wagon
break- CUTS W1FS
she preparing
control his was
somebody groaning in- barely hiring of three Negro s ons.fith. CHARLIE MARSHALL

side. TTe couldn't let emotion as he said fast at the time of the Juvenile Counselors anda \ the hiring of the Mrs. Carolyn Ellison. ..Exonerated...

ffoat can I say? I can't incident. secretary Judge Wine- three\ juvenile counse- 1317 W. 8th Street was
them stay in there and
enough. I don't think According to Mrs. Gray injured last Tuesday at 2:30 Saturday morning to
burn. We had to do some- say geart is a powerful and lo rs, judge Wlnegeart
thing. .." words can describe my the bishop spent one persuasive leader whose expressed confidencetha 5th Street and MJrtle coirpalin about the alleged -
week In Tampa and three brick-throwing.
gratitude. repeated.
feelings..my Avenue pol ice
That the two youths did tireless pursuit has his office can noxintensify
weeks in Eustis There he in the ensuing argument,
Mrs. Fllj.son
reported
was rock the overturned cleared the city of the its drive
managed seven rooming that she and her hu band Marshall, whose rightarm
vehicle until it righted 'Boomrangs' the"Untouchables' agai nst juvenile crimes
houses which he owns. in this city. Ben Ellison, 47, of, 1271 is paralyzed drew a
itself and then hurriedly !
/ to
Other holding included knife and proceeded
W. Duval Street Have
pulled the two unconscious ,. "Knights of the Roundtable" The Counselors them-
property in Leesburg and stab his angry visitor.
been separated for
Samuel a
victim to and other terrorist seltres are.
six rooming houses in Marshall stated that he
week. She,
said
safety.'After. gangs which Dempt*, Timothy Means wen
we got them CONNIE G. GRUBBS Lakeland. He had bank formerly had roamed the Mrs. : Wanda Donaldson she rode up in a cab\\t at was prompted to protect
in Lakelandand when he spied a
accounts himself
.. out. Cahs explained, city shooting robbing Mitchc Ul and Miss Betty 5th and Myrtle Avenue

::i 'I ran out into the Leesburg.Mrs. .. breaking and entering, jean Umith. Miss Smith and got out of cab ,her., second man who had loi-accompanied -
went on to Holley
'. ':'middle of the Expressway Gray strong-arming, shop- acts its secretary to husband who was seated the
'K say that shortly after across the tering outside
the street callbd
i; lifting. Residents in gzkoup.
7 trying to get a car to
the bishop's death, Page 4) her. \ house. The second man,
On
'i;:;: stop. I. waved ny hands the Blbdgett Homes area (Pic ture
Ben Elllfion crossed tne Samuel
claims against the de? ; ; identified as
( j// and hollered, but all { ceased' estate were had lived in fear of 't, ft street whim his wife r* Booth, was forced to

the, cars just kept zooming their lives because of
filed by a woman from fused to go to him, hi take flight when mar-
,'r by Then I laid these wolf-packs of SHOOTEt INTRUDER
me.
pulled knife from the
"i' + ..E New York and a daughterwho a an shall lunged
tif down on the Expressway young thugs; 'and school George ,:anad1, of 180W. started cutting her. and pursued him
teaches in Balti- house
!i'j and a, :lady came right .. MICHAEL S. MAT more. children throughout the 10th S treet told police -. Cornelious Miller, who} with the same knife that

i up to me, blowing her city were forced to pay he sh ot an intruderwho
be runs a store across the] had sude to stab
Jake Lawrence is a grad "There's bound to a he
born. But she didn't these hoodlum 'protec- kicked' his door in.
street, ran out and Booth escaped
uate of Western Junior fight even though I am or sutfetphysicallyeven Holley.
.:. ;' stop, either. tion money broke this glass and stopped him from cutting with a slight knife
'.., High School. His desireis t his wife Mrs. Gray fatally-
... ,-t;,: Jake, who had remained to be a Navy man. concluded. started inhis house, on his wife, witnesses wound on the shoulder.In .
for it.Many .
with the crash victims Tues.day.
",- .":' Nathan Cash who is a Following his death so-called 'teen- last said. freeing Marshall,

_..<:k z.a stated, 'One of hole those in member of Boy Scout Trocf.1 Mrs. Gray claimed the age spots' which were Canady salt I he heard a Mrs. El 31 is on was takento judge Drake ruled that

:i'tellows had a bleeding LARRY P. 167 is an 11th-grader bishop's pink 1961 actually breeding placesof noise on his front porch Duval Medical Center his action had been
r : He was WATgRB it was
hiaiead. but he thought
where she was treatedfor in thae he was
tried to at New Stanton High Lincoln Continental convertible delinquency, have Justified
): :' a lot. J: from across t be street. knlfo w oinds. his home.J ; =
s the bleeding with a t *__ School. been. closed by Judge protecting y



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t FLORIDA STAR SATURDAY APRIL 14. 1962 .
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THE. ., FLORIDA STARt r
.. PUUSIAStJUAj ,
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i BY ERIC O. SIMPSON
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_ "Member of Associated Negro Press"ERIC .-.
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.' t r t y r ATLANTA---The Voter Fducation Project, a
sf v "
Fr new program to study the causes of low
- 0. SIMPSON............,.Managing Editor
t voter registration in the South, and to

AIYSON E. WISE.................Hews Editor If" ascertain the.most effective methods for
j increasing the southern electorate, was '

HILDA WOOTEN...............Circulation Manager / announced here by the Southern regional ;
,
: -- %f : A11. s: Council.

MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: <.:. : ,,, The Project, with headquarters in Atlanta "''i -
.
TEACHING is headed by Wiley A. Bran ton ':
2323 Moncn'ef Road........Phone Elgin 4-B782-(" ..; 'R ME HAT Ey 'formerly of Pine Bluff, Ar- ,

,' AGAINSTHEGROEsI y, kansas. Mr. Branton has been
: ;
Mailing Address: in private law practice and

p. 0. Box 561, ladtsonvile 1, Florida f; I t.im. has rights also cases been for active a number in civil of


L years.

-.SUBSCRIPTION RATES ___ The special interest of the
--'J.t--, ':::1- : L .
: :". .t- IJ ; Project according to Mr.
One-Year.. $5.00; Half Year $3.00 :.Jj ,

iiailedftcf'You Anywhere in the United,States.. .r **.' iJ! OUR AMERICAN \ I Branton the most, will effective be 'to methodsof study

:?'Subscription Payable in Advance* tI
: t._. 1EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM bringing more Southerners into voter "
:'S nd'check or Money Order toV'4: .
= participation. Over a two-year period we .

irj ,I shall observe and analyze the voter regis-
Florida Star P. 0. Box 561 _
,
I tration programs of other agencies in t
Jacksonville 1, Florida ) '
order to collect our data. Vhen. necessary,

"* ? we shall grant funds tc other agencies to
*'-K 5K32&MrT.Un v wJ>?v
LOCAL URBAN LEAGUE APPEA : make possible programs which we believe
-; will advance the study:" '

FOR MORE COMMUNITY SUPPORT. !;f { ...,;. Mr. Branton pointed out that discussionshad
already been held with the National

It is hardly strange that we give generous to rrUt -w Wt Association for the Advancement of Colored

the noble organizations whose tireless activities People, the National Urban League, the

are dedicated to supplying medical science Congress of Racial Equality, the Southern n
ASUBJECT NOT BE TAUGHT IN INTERGRATED SCHOOLS
THATWILL
with the subsidies neceesary to continue: its .. Christian Leadership Conference, and the ,

fight against the tyranny of disease.By Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee
.
contributing, we are simply trying to protect Tach of these agencies he stated,

ourselves and our loved ones against agony .' .._ ::-.J is now planning greatly enlarged registration .

against an exile of prolonged suffering, ag2instpremature Your W.*kly --' ... T-, programs in the South. These or- 4 r

death. We are being sensible.It r1 ganizations have pledged their cooperationwith

is strange, then, that the Negroes in [this our Project."

city, while responding generously to the various Horoscope Quid* '. The Project will also work cooperativelywith

fund-drives sponsored by the TB Associa ion, ..4"_..._.._ other responsible groups carrying.. "
PABLO The
By ASTROLOGER
the Cancer Association, the Heart Fund and tother. .. on voter registration programs. ,

groups, that they should be indifferently ignor- :. :. 'The largest group of non-voters in the, '. .

ing the plight of their Local Urban League.Is WHICH ARE YOUR MICKY JAYS FOB South, said Branton, 'are Negroes, especially ."

in the South. There will be ;
Job discrimination, in the long Deep
run, an lessa ;
BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL true in the South until
killer than cancer? Is racial inJusti any i : no democracy they

less a crippler than polio? Even as m dical ___ become active citizens. But voting par-

science is c mcerned with the bio-physic 1 and ARIES ticipation of all Southerners is low, and

eautional health of the human community [so the further this quarter as you spending habits. You are AQUARIUSBorn needs to be encouraged. The Project will
Born March 21st thru
Urban League is concerned with the sociale onom- 19thIt may run into unexpected re- not likely to find a dearthof Jan. 20th thru support, within the limits of its ability, -
April
ic and emotional health of the human canmun ty. sistance. You can keep so-called friends who You seldon brook Inter any voter registration programs which

A man might not be plagued with heart d sease; pressing ;from behind the, are only too willing to ,ference with your personal accord with our research interest. "
to be the
seems
but he is far less than healthy if he has been certain circles to voguein lookdown scenes, and remain content abet you when they see a liberty, but the choice The Southern Regional Council reported .

denied a well-paying Job because of his rlo.ce; or on work, and to clingto with results, as meager as chance to extract profitfor maY not be yours to make also that the aims of the Voter Fducation

if his children are forced to accept less* than the belief that the way they may seem (9th). Your themselves. peculation during this quarter. unless project have been endorsed by the Chairf

the best available off gainful endeavors shouldbe may also take on greater men of the Democratic and -
schooling because their to get rich is to specu- you are willing to risk an Republican National -

race; or if,' as a family, they are forced to late. As far as you are amply remunerated when appeal and hazard: unwanted estrangement, you Committees, as well as by a numberof

live in a second-class environment be .ause of concerned, there could be you are working for personsor making it all the more had better play ball with private organizations interested in amore

their race. These are diseases too. And in the nothing further from the companies who recognize urgent for you to place those who are allied to you, democratic and Republican franchise.The .

long run--if they prevail, they become ripplers truth, which you may find them at their true worth. yourself out of temptation s for better or for worst. Southern Regional Council is an organization -
Should tills not be the
and then killers. They cripple the human! spirit. out to your great chagrin, case way Be very flexible and circumspect of white and Negro southerners
to
it be
They kill that indomitable...!!energy ;'tfmown.as ,should you decide to put may necessary 6-20-11-17-81-f21 when you may be formed in 1944 to advance "equal opportu-
... """* "' start planning on a change,
initiative. T7TT375; ''" 'I this to the test (9th thru determine to take steps nity for all the South's people. "
the sooner the better. ,. .
Your Local Urban League has been figh lug for a 13th). The only bright SCORPIOBorn that would not be in your -''.

healthier community ever since its inception, 16 note, which is, injectedlate You may; be deeply troubledby Oct. 24th thru self-interest 9th- 11th). /
Job, health or other intimate LYNDON JOHNSON FEARLESS /
years ago. It has succeeded in bringing about a on the 9th, is one Nov. 2 2' nd Misguided ambition may fool
mature understanding between racial groups' which that suggests retaining problems (1 1th). There is a danger that you into believing that you }
IN FIGHT FOR EQUAL RIGHTS
formerly had been harshly opposed. It has suc- your present position and 0-66-18-59-476 your emotions are apt to do not need anyone to '

ceeded in placing Negroes on Jobs with ndustries exploiting it to the full LFO gain the upper hand when achieve the results you Besides the Vice President of the united

such as Maxwell House Coffee 7-11 stor s, Busch- extent of your capabilities Born July 23rd thru you are at odds with partners have in mind (13thX.), States, Lyndon B. Johnson is swiftly e-

Bavarian Beer Company, as well as tne Florida and rivals alike. This .
merging
as of the
Mug. 22nd one most forceful and
23044193234
State Board of Health, the Naval Aiir Station 1-30-22-15-23-132: inevitably interferes with convincing personalities the .,
: on sweeping
Th t tendency to assert the intelligent approach
and PISCESBorn
many other areas of employment. stage of American public life. '
you superiority, during that is at such
necessary Feb. 19th
thru
Formerly, when it was a member of the Community TAURUS Formerly the dynamic leader of a Democratic -
this second quarter, may be times. Friends who may be March 20th
Chest united Campaign Fund, your L Jcal Urban Born April 20th thru majority in the Senate, Johnsonnow
resented by higher-ups, relied could
upon point There is the danger that
League had a staff made up of three professional 1 May 20th associates and competitors out your fallacies and aid inhibitions, demonstrates that same vigorous and .'
contrary
clerks. It now has la standing determined -
counselors and two spirit as he assails the
and volunteer I worker. This is the Quarter when alike. Once you recognize you in adjusting your counsels or subversive in- detriment '
staff of two persons one and danger of racial injustice. '
thi.s danger being and
as viewpoints finding
under staffed but the toes you step on are very 'luenceF ray induce you to '
-
Not only is the local Agency reed, you can take advence practical solutions. Pifts .1 am against big (try and discrimination -
the ray budgethas apt to be unusually sensi- withdraw your consent or
it is also under-paid since ye because I think they are morong'he.i
precautions to could
keep -
yourself develop, bringing ,
tive. This acplies support from contemplated
$10,000. In short, to your said
shrunk from $18,000 to : in check and everyone about the final frustrations recently, during an address given U
.
is in tro ble, unableto professional and domestic enterprises (9th thru 13th)
at
local Urban League Pikesville
your else peaceful and satis- that accoirpany broken Maryland. "I am for human '
Fxamine the motives of
that is sorely associates in equal mea-
conduct the type of program understanding, for equal justice for-
fied.
There is no lack of hones and rartnershirs. ,
those who be to
sure, giving you your .. may trying
i Jacksonville.Is .
needed in growing J ambition and the material equality of opportunity because I think : :
muscular distrophy any more fear ul a disease cue as to how you should rewards that its 7-40-77-14-36-741 influence you against your they are right.
prize
are ,
act toward all of then better judgment for signsof
than racial prejudice? I but the aftermaths are "May\ this country always be the kind .
.
Invest in your local Urban Leagueforhealth'sake. s Siould you favor one side, Likely to leave you baffled SAGITTARIUS selfishness or trickery.Do where a man needs, and the people demand, :. ,
to the detriment of the Born Nov. 23rd thru not invest your savingson ,
and disgruntled (10th no greater explanation than this. .
other, you must expect the Dec. 21st the strength of glowing I
Jthru 13th). It may be part The Vice President, who is also Chairman
consequences to be dis- Many of the wonderful pranises that canrot be substantiated -
RETRAINING PROG M ,of the divine pattern to of the President's anmittee on Equal
turbing, to say the least things that transpired to your satisfaction -
qth and convey to your con- the intuition isi Employment Opportunities, concluded his
( 11th) The late during previous quarter your
WILL SALVAGE MAN I POWERThe hours of the 9th offer the sciousness that selflessness could be nullified if you i likely to be quite busy address before an audience of 500 persons :

finest opening for the really holds the key take* the view, or allow warning you against certain by stating: "There has been a lot i
manpower to genuine spiritual of changes in the last
retraining pro gam requested Taureans who are rot pro- others to persuade you, people, projects or thirty years in
of the Congress by Preside t Kennedy S mantically Inclined or gress. that a change of mind travels. U. S. race relations, but there is room .L

now law. it means specific ad antes for in. prepared to make or accept 5-60-99-12-68-59 would be beneficial it 4-10-33-18-72-413 for a lot more. :

creasing thousands of world g people and f a proposal of mar- VIRGO could be self-delusion of a "I pledge to you on behalf of. ,, ..

their families across the. na i an. Between riage. Born Aug. 23rd thru frustrating nature that Film Cited the President that we're going to pr (- : \ t

now'and 1965, it is expectjed to help as 200441632294GEMINI Sept. 22nd could leave you confusedand duce more progress in the first four .

many as a million American/workers. You would be creating a depressed. remain on Urban LeagueThe Kennedy years than the country made in 1

self-made morass, from the job where your pro- all those thirty. I pledge you that. s'
r
unemployed Born May 21st 'thrru which you may not be able spects of f dvancement may National Urban Lyndon Johnson came into the Vice Presidency i

had: their j cbs chronic unemployment--long* June 21st to extricate yourself, if advancement may even b.e League was honored today disliked by many Negroes, distrusted M

term joblessness brought technological/ This second Quarter, con.- you indulge in worry, discussed behind the scenes with an award conferredby by others. They regarded him'as 'L

change. trary to the previous or;e. doubts or self-recrimi- mould circumstances corcpe, the National Conference "The Texan' ; They presumed him to beat : i.-:

The retraining program wis contains too many pitfiUls .nation. Instead of blaming you to make a trove, it 0 f Christians least a Southern Conservatist with a .,

the second phase of the designed as for you to take any 'un yourself for mistakes for would then be better to do and Jews 'for out- con-man's duplicity. After all, Texas and 4 r,

rttack on these matter Adpinstr at ion's necessary risks. It w.ouldserve to err is truly human, it with the least fuss and standing contritution to civil rights are not exactly synonymous, {< ;
Thfe first was the bother. good human relations." and Johnson is
Area your interests b est utilize them as the elements indisputably one of the '
Redevelopment
Act, pas ed by the Con- to shun the nobler cf that state. :.
gress last year, which included company o .f all with which you can 8101545816: The award was given in s ens
lion provision for a $10 mil- except those whose integrity create a better future, for recognition of the. NUL- It appears now, however, that Johnson '

workers being training allowances for and loyalty are t above yourself and those around CAPRICORNBorn produced film, ';A Morning is one of the nobler sons of his generation \

retrained fcjr new Jobs. The question. If you ai f e undIscrIminating you (9th thru 11th). Make Dec. 22nd thru for Jimmy, as ft and of this amazing space era.There"

new program authorizes Fed ral expenditure you :.exposeyourself certain that new jobs are Jan. 19th non-theatrical motion may be many Negroes who yet dislike or .,
. of $435 million over thre; years, through But it has to be ;
distrust him. admitted
to the sch*nes of available before you tender Fating puts a keener edgeon picture document "in
fiscal 1965. The states will be required individaiis who 'ate that Lyndon Johnson is getting things
may try to your resignation, or that the appetites ;which rpret ing on a very
to provide 50 per cent of/all cost; after compromise:: you thr o high your the situation in an unknown often is the cause of human level the discouragement done--as an administrator, as a man, and t
the first two
: ..1 years. emotional reactions witha community Is an improvement trouble.' If. for any reason and hope for as an American.
., view of profit.ing at He might be a son of Texas, but -he's J,
.-.1.1-' .. over the presentone. some of you Capri- young Negroes in;todiy's
.1st PRIMARY jtlECTlOW your expense. The:, may not corn inns may be under the world." prcving with great emphasis that he is

,'. .! '._ ,,.l" be,in the least hf sitaiit to 6-50-88-13-27- impression that the bene- The half-hour film, is also a son of God.TaxesAid '

: -'.'. 'resort to any form; of: fits you have received are centers on the life ofa Obsolescence/
-
i > :: ; .
trickery to enmr ;sh you in far front satisfactory Negro its
you boy and his For all inventive and industrial
/> 1<. their, nets (9th a thru 13th);- 'LIBPA may be tempted to resortto family living
:: in a Met- genius, the United States may soon be

.r-4 4.!L' :"; VOT .?3-fiO-55-17-4 1-385 Born'.- Sept. 23rd thru'Oct. chance to make up the ropolitan community, was operating oar of the most outmoded indus

.1'fdI-'.;., a 23rd difference. Friends in whoa released early in 1961. trial plants of .
\ any developed nation in
F 1 .. :;CANCER / The agreeable occurrencesof you may have unwisely Candidates for the 1962 the free world- ___ '.
the previous quarter confided could betray you NCCJ awards covered all
Born June That
; 22nd thru statement is made by a business
,t_ ... ."". July 2?,'nd could have detrimental side without your ever finding major categories in the leader
181k writing in The Exchange, a
MAY -
magazine
that causeyou
_..jj" effects to out their identity. field of mass communication -
>
Do not press your luck any fall back into harmful 92055164)24 which is published by the New York
f" Stock Exchange.'A,2 .

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SIMPSON.............!.Managing Editor .
voter registration in the South, and to a

ALYSON E. WISE.................News EStor .",-- ascertain themost effective methods for
rr increasing the southern electorate, was 1

HILDA WOOTEN...............Circulation Manager : 1 announced here by the Southern regional .
i r. Council.
MAIN OFFICE & PLANT TEXTBOOKS .. ;- : .' The j
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: ;: Project, with headquarters in Atlanta "

TEACHING ; #' .., is headed by Wiley A. Branton .'"
2323 Moncrief Road........Phone Elgin 4-6782@ ;.! RACE HAT .'. ,: formerly of Pine Bluff, Ar- t 1 ;;

AGAtHSTNEGROES ,rf ,;!l' kansas. Mr. Branton has been ,
Mailing Address: ,:; .
..t in private law practice and :. .
; has also been active in civil '1
P. 0. Box 561, Jacksoiwile 1, Florida:
rights cases for a number of i

years.

-. The special interest of the ..J
SUBSCRIPTION RATES .
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according to Mr.1
One Year,, $5.00; Half Year $3.00Mailedtto > i ": 1
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study
You Anywhere in the United States'. : ;,.' 4?' OUR AMERICAN '
t the most effective methods
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Subscription payable in Advance f "
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: EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM of bringing more Southerners into voter ( .i
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participation. Over a two-year period we r-

shall observe and analyze the voter regis-
Florida Star P. 0. Box 561
tration programs of other agencies in '
Jacksonville 1, Florida
order to collect our data. V.hen'necessary,

: we shall grant funds tc other agencies to :

LOCAL URIAN LEAGUE APPEAI make possible programs which we believe'; :
a will advance the study:. ;

FOR MORE COMMUNITY SUPPORT. 1 1It t 11i1 Mr. Branton pointed out that discussionshad

already been held with the National

is hardly strange that we give generousIs to l + P Association for the Advancement of Colored
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the noble organizations whose tireless actifri- People, the National Urban League, the

ties are dedicated to supplying medical sci Congress of Racial Fquality, the
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nce Southern'i
TAUGHT IN INTERGRATED SCHOOLS '
ASUBJECT THATWILL NOT BE
with
the subsidies neceesary to continue :(its Christian Leadership Conference, .

fight against the tyranny of disease.By Student Non-Violent Coordinating committee

contributing, we are simply trying to protect ..-' 1'Fach of these agencies, he stated I

ourselves and our loved ones against aJony **!.*_ ., ... is now planning greatly enlarged registration ".j'

against an exile of prolonged suffering, againstpremature :- Your W .kly -' : q-W programs in the South. These organizations J

death. We are being sensible.It have pledged their cooperation '

is strange, then, that the Negroes in/this with our Project..'

city, while responding generously to the various Horoscope Guide The Project will also work cooperativelywith

fund-drives sponsored by the .. other responsible groups carrying '
TB Associa ion :
the Cancer Association, the Heart Fund and father By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER: -. on voter registration programs. i/"

groups, that they should be indifferently ijgnor- 'The largest group of non-voters in the ,

ing the plight of their Local Urban League. : WHICH ARE YOUR I MICKY JAYS FOR South, said Branton, "are Negroes, especially .

Is in the Deep South. There will be
Job discrimination, in the long run. ani lessa
killer than cancer? Is racial injusti any BUSINESS LOVE- TRAVEL no true democracy in the South until they

less a crippler than polio? Even as m dical become active citizens. But voting par-

science is c mcerned with the bio-physic and ticipation of all Southerners is low, and

emotional health of the human community, (so the Born ARIES March 21st thru further this quarter as you spending habits. You are AQUARIUSi needs to be encouraged. The Project will

Urban League is concerned with the sociale onom- 19thIt may run into unexpected rei i not likely to find a deanof i I Born Jan. 20th thru support, within the limits of its ability -

ic and emotional health of the human canmun ty. April sistance. You can keep i so-called friends who You seldon brook interference any voter registration programs which
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A man might not be plagued with heart d cease, pressing ;from behind the, are only too willing to I with your personal accord with our research interest. "
seems to be the
but he is far less than healthy if he has been voguein scenes and remain content abet you when they see a liberty, but the choice The Southern Regional Council reportedalso
certain circles to look .
denied a well paying Job because of his.ace. ; or down on work, and to clingto with results, as meager as chance to extract profitfor maY not be yours to make that the aims of the Voter Fducation .

if his children are forced to accept less* than the belief that the way they may seem (9th). Your themselves. Speculation L during this quarter. unless Project have been endorsed by the Chair- .

the best available gainful endeavors shouldbe may also take on greater men of the Democratic and 'I
Republican
schooling because off their to get rich Is to specu- you are willing to risk an, NP-
if forced to amply remunerated when appeal and hazard: unwanted estrangement tional Committees as well as by a numberof
race; or as a family, they are late. As far as you are you
live in a second-class environment be :ause of concerned, there could be you are working for personsor making it all the more. had better play ball with private organizations interested in amore

their race. These are diseases too. .And in the nothing further from the companies who recognizethem urgent for you to placeyourself those who are allied to you, democratic and Republican franchise. "
at their true worth. ; out of temptation s for better or for worst. The Southern Regional Council is an
long run--if they prevail, they become ripplers truth,. which you may find organization !
Should this not be the ,
and then killers. They cripple the human. spirit. out to your great chagrin, case way. Be very flexible and circumspect of white and Negro southerners

They tfill that indomitable- energy. .fimo.wnjjts!__,should ,you decide to put it may be necessary to 6-20-ll-17-Sl-21 when you may be formed in 1944 to advance "equal opportunity -
initiative. r".t"*V'-.1 'SC"';) -\c1' I this to the test (9th thru start' planning on a change deternind to take steps for all the South's people. 4
the sooner the better. ,.
Your Local Urban League has been fight ing for a 13th). The only bright SCORPIOBorn that would not be in your
You be deeply troubledby /
may;
healthier community ever since its inc, ption, ,16 note,. which is Injectedlate Oct. 24th thru self-interest 9th- 11th).
job health or other intimate LYNDON JOHNSON FEARLESS
years ago. It has succeeded in bringi g about a on the 9th, is one Nov. 2 2'nd Misguided ambition may fool r
problems (1 1th).
mature understanding between racial groups which that suggests retainingyour There is a danger that you into believing that you IN FIGHT FOR EQUAL RIGHTS :

formerly had been harshly opposed. It, ] has suc present position and M6-18-59-476< ? your emotions are apt to do not need anyone to t

ceeded in placing Negroes on Jobs with i ndustriessuch exploiting it to the full LFO gain the upper hand when achieve the results you Besides the Vice President of the United x i'

as Mil we 11 House Coffee, 7-11 stor s, Busch- extent of your capabilities Born July 23rd thru j you are at odds with part- have in rind (13th). States, Lyndon B. Johnson is swiftly emerging "J
Bavarian Beer Company, as well as tne Florida ners and rivals alike. This
Mug. 22nd as one of the most forceful and "'
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State Board of Health, the Naval Aifr Stationand 1-30-22-15-23-132:: inevitably interferes with convincing personalities on the sweeping ..

many other areas of employment. The tendency to assert the Intelligent approach PISCF stage of American public life.'t{
your superiority during that is necessary at such Born Feb. 19th thru
Formerly, when it was a member of the{Community TAURUS Formerly the dynamic leader of a Democratic -
this second quarter, may be times. Friends who may be March 20th
Chest United Campaign Fund, your Lpcal urban Born April 20th thru majority in the Senate, Johnson
resented by higher-ups relied could
upon point There is the danger that
League had a staff made up of three professional May 20th now demonstrates that same vigorous and
associates and competitors out your fallacies and aid inhibitions, contrary '
counselors and two clerks. It now has a standing determined spirit as he assails the
all ke. Once you recognize you in adjusting your counsels or subversive influences
staff of two persons and one volunteer I worker. This is the quarter when detriment and danger of racial injustice. '
this danger as being very viewpoints and finding
Not only is the local Agency under- staffed but the toes you step on are ray induce you to 1 *I am against bigotry and discrimina
reed, take advance
you can practical solutions. Pifts
since the ye ply budgethas apt to be unusually sensi- withdraw your consent or tion because think "
under-paid I they '
it is also precautions to keep yourself could develop, bringing from contemplated are wrong, he ,
support ,
to $10,000 In short, tive. This acplies to your said
shrunk from $18.000 recently, during an address givenat
: in check and everyone about the final frustra- enterprises (9th thru 13th).
your local Urban League is in tro ble, unableto professional and domestic Pikesville, Maryland. "I am for human .'
else peaceful and satis- tions that accompany: broken
Examine the motives of .
conduct the type of program th t is sorely associates in equal mea- understanding, for equal justice for .
fied. There is no lack of hones and partnerships. those, :ho be to ,
Jacksonville.is sure, giving you your may trying [ equality of opportunity
needed in growing ambition and the material V because I think :4
cue as to how should 7-40-77-14-36-741 influence you against your r
more fear ul a disease you they
muscular distrophy any are right. ,
rcjwards
that are its prize,
better for
judgment signsof
act toward all of them.
than racial prejudice? but the aftermaths are May this country always be the kind

Invest in your local Urban League--for| health's Should you favor one side, Likely to leave you baffled SAGITTARIUSBorn selfishness or trickery where a man needs, and the people demand, .1. ,
Do not invest savings
23rd thru your
to the detriment of the Nov. .
sake. no greater explanation than this.
and disgruntled (10th
other, you must expect the Dec. 21st on the strength of glowing
1thru 13th). It may be part The Vice President, who is also Chairman
consequences to be dis- Many of the wonderful[ promises that cannot be sub-
RETRAINING PROG! .of the divine pattern to of the President's Committee on Equal "
turbing, to say the least things that transpiredduring ] stantiated to your satisfaction -
convey to your con- Employment Opportunities, concluded his p
((9th and 11th). The late the previous quartcould : your intuition is
sciousness that address before an audience of .
WILL selflessness 500 '
SALVAGE -
MAN POWERThe hours of the 9th offer the be nullified if y likely to be quite busy persons ,
holds the by stating "There has been
really
lot
key a
finest opening for the take the view, or allow warning you against certaini
to genuine spiritual of changes in the last thirty
manpower pro- in.
years
retraining prog am requested Taureans who are romanticallY others to persuade you i,, people, projects or "
of the Congress by gress. U. S. race relations, but there is room '
Preside t Kennedy is:; inclined, or that a change of mind travels.
now law. It means specific ad 5-60-99-12-68-5f9 would be beneficial. It for a lot more.
antes for prepared to'make or accept ; 4-10-33-18-72-413
creasing thousands of worki g people and. a proposal of mar- VIRGO would be self-delusion of a "I pledge to you on behalf of <, .

their families across the na ion. Betweennow riage. Born Aug. 23rd thru frustrating nature that Film Cited the President that we're going to prc- = \

and 1965 it is expectfed to help 2-SO-44-16-32-294 Sept. 22nd could leave you confusedand ; duce more progress in the first four

many as a million American'/workers. as You would be creating a depressed. Pertain ont Urban League Kennedy years than the country made in

It means new jobs new futures for unem- GEMINI self-made morass from m t the job where your pro all those thirty. I pledge you that. : r

ployed Americans who want tOj w rk but have Born May 21st thi'u which you may not be able spects of 'dvancentent may The National Urban Lyndon Johnson came into the Vice Pres- : i

had their j cbs chronic unem" loymt nt--long. June 21st to extricate yourself, if advancement nay even be League was honored today idency disliked by many Negroes, distrusted -

term Joblessness brought by technological This second Quarter, con ,- you indulge in worry. discussed behind the scenesFhould with an award conferred by others. They regarded him'as '

change. trary to the previous one, doubts or self-recrimi- circumstances corcpe by the National Conference 'The Texan' ; They presumed him to be '", ,

The retraining wis contains too many pitf ills .nation. Instead of blamin, you to make a move, it of Christians at least a Southern Conservatist with a \

the second phase program designed as for you to take any un- yourself for mistakes for would then be better to do and jewsfor outstanding con-man's duplicity. After all, Texas and '*

attack on these of the A inst ration' s necessary risks. It would, to err is truly human it with the least fuss and contritution to civil rights are not exactly syncnymous, .:

matters. Thfe first was the 'serve'your interests b est utilize them as the ele- bother.81DUlfi4816. good human relations." and Johnson is indisputably one of then
Area
Redevelopment Act, pas ed by the Con nobler sons cf that state. lIt !
last to shun the company o.f all ments with which you can : The award was given i
gress year, which inclided a .$10 million except those whose ,integrity create a better future. for recognition of the NUL- appears now, however, that Johnsonis 4

provision for training allowances for and loyalty are above yourself and those around CAPRICORN produced film, '",A Morn one of the nobler sons of his generaj

workers being retrained fot new jobs. The question. If you aife un- you (9th thru 11th). Make Born Tec. 22nd thru ing for Jimmy, as a tion and of this amazing space era. There

new program authorizes Fed ral expenditureof discriminating, you :expose certain that new jobs are Jan. 19th non-theatrical motion, may be many Negroes who yet dislike or '

$435 million over thre years through yourself to the sdi*es of available before you tender Rating puts a keener edgeon ,Picture document 'initerpreting distrust him. But it has to be admitted ;t
fiscal 1965. The states Will be requiredto individaiis that Lyndon Johnson is getting things
who
to
may try your resignation or that the appetites, which> on a very
provide 50 per cent of/all cost; after compromise you thrtfagh your the situation in an unknown often :-is the cause of human level the discouragement done--as an administrator, as a man, and

the..It.., ..1.first.. two years. emotional reactions, witha cccmiunity Is an improvement trouble. If for any reason and hope for as an American.He .

""h1i -,. ,- view of profiting at over the presentone. some of you Capri- young Negroes in, today's might be a son of Texas, but he's

: 1st your expense. The, may not cornians may be under the world." proving with great emphasis that he is

PRIMARY ELECTION\ bean the least hesitant: to impression that the bene- The half-hour film is also a son of God.TaxesAnd .
: 6-50-68-13-27- a
: .J "i.f!i..t} 'resort to any forma of fits you have received are centers on the life ofa Obsolescence/

$1iif1j: .''.,, ,trickery to enmc!sh ,you in far from satisfactory you Negro boy and his For all its inventive and industrial

\ their nets.(9th a thru 13th); LIBPA may be tempted to resortto family living in a Metropolitan genius, the United States
may soon be
'* ..";. VOT < 3-#>-55-17-4' 1-385 Born. Sept. 23rd thru chance to make up the community, was operating 0113 .of the most outmoded indus-
\.t. Oct. 23rd
"t difference. Friends in whom released
a _: early in 1961. trial plants of any developed nation in

.A: ; -:,.CANCFR The agreeable occurren'cesof you may have unwisely Candidates for the 1962 the free' world. __ .
; : '- : I' the previous quarter confided could betray you NCCJ awards covered all
Born June That
22nd thru statement is made by a business
could have detrimental side without your ever findingout major categories in the
';!t 'July 2? nd \ leader, writing in The Exchange,
:R.. MAY 8th effects that causyfall ou to their identity. field of mass communica- a magazine -
.. ,"-<' ,, which is published by the
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', : e.rvice n: HpttOrUSO: ;|: &ostets During Program '" "--- T <

: Socially' Speaking r. V .-- *- ;-,?" .- : ; National Honor Society Holds

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: S Silver Anniversary Event
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': \ TALLAHASSEE---The Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor
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a'6 i t ,
:4 .:. : of Society observed its Silver Anniversary here at -
.' By ; "1 ,
; ,. j : PI. rida A. and M. University as the Florida institution c

..Ji.r .-}. GUINYABb.; :; .'-. saluted the scholastic honor society ?
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': i/'" during the month of March. The theme for the
'. :: .
: "a P month was "Focusing Attention on Scholarship." '

The" West Nineteenth Street "home'.of Mr. "and"Vrs. : 6R FAMU is observing its Diamond Anniversary.

P. J. Jenkins provided the setting for the; election d Nearly 200 scholars ceived diamondstuddedsilver

I meeting; of Hellenesiaji Bride, Club. .. -; listened to speeches, medallions for

Mrs. Leola Dudley. Mrs. Leona ennett a' 'Mrs. : heard reports and attended -
4I .. their services to AKM.
Kathyryn were high scorers. for the evening. Hiss the annual ban-

Bernice Griffin qualified for the consolationaward. I S. : quet and a reception at Others who received

., .?., -,. the home of Presidentand silver medallions were:
Mrs. Lois r, : James C. Evans 0 f Wash-
Avery was-the
.Iqne west player and : Th. Mrs. George W. Gore
she received a beautiful gift from the hostess. -. 1! jr. during the three- ington, D.C. ; Dr, T.C.

The new Hellenesian 'slate of officers: cotisist day meeting. presidentGore Cothran of Atlanta Ga.

of Mrs.. Leona Bennett president; Mrs. Geraldine is the founder of Dr. Stephen J. Wright of'
f
Jones, vice president ; Mrs. Bernice Hamilton, ; r Alpha Kappa Mu and a Nashville Tenn:; Mrs.
D.D. Trader of Tuske-
recording secretary; Mrs. Pearl.M.ller. financial member of the host

secretary; Mrs. Claudia Jenkins, .treasurer; Miss chapter. Kappa Iota. gee inst. ; Ala. ; Miss

Margaret Williams, business manager Lois H. Daniel of Nash-
; and. Mrs. He was presented a book
Vernal J. McCone parliamentarian ville; Mrs. Exie Goodeof
,
of letters by the members

Members present for th e'mee.ting, included ,Mrs. of the society for Pensacola; and Dr.

Leola Dudley, Mrs. Leona 'Bennett Mrs Kath Yryn his guidance over 25 George Loder of Pine "

Robinson. Miss Bernice Griffin Mrs. Bernice .Ham years. He has been the Bluff. Ark.

ilton Miss Margaret Williams 'Mrs. Nan Fletcher.Mrs. national secretary-
Judge Winegeart
Evelyn Barnes Mrs. Geraldine Jones. ',Mrs.Vermai : treasurer for the past

McCone and Mrs. Pearl Miller.. 16 years '
: Speaks Sunday
: Walter Long of Lang- ,
se.. .... .... .... .. ... i ston University was the Juvenile Court Judge '0 1

winner of the essay Lamar Winegeart Jr.

Mrs. Betty S. Graham Mrs. Catherine. Jackson, contest and receivedthe will be the principal. ( .....

and Mrs. Delores Boswell were guest.players when trophy for that speaker during the .

Les Elites Bridge Club met Friday, evening in the honor. His school mate. 11 a.m. morning worship .
'
Richardson Road home of Mr. and Mrs.. Reid Jack Charles Thomas, took service when the ,, :.!.

son, II. second place honors. Stewardess Board of Mt. _

Mrs. Johnnie M. Mitchell, president..presided Third place went to Zion AME Church observes '. .
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over the business session. Stanford Cameron of its annual -
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The group showered Mrs. Virginia Gray with gifts r ai3 Kentucky State College. Parent Day program ::'
1: i
for her daughter Little roberta Gray. '.< r Kappa Nu Chapter of Sunday April 29. J

Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons, Mrs. Marie McClain, and Kentucky State cap- Parents and citizens

Miss Annie B. Minatee were high scorers; in the tured the 'best ex- throughout the city who ,-

bridge session. hibit" trophy. are interested in pre- ?

Mrs. Betty S. Graham qualified for the: first- Speeches during the spnt day children's

place guest award and Mrs. Del ,res Bosewell -' conference were delivered problem's are cordially ,,:

placed second. r by Dr. StephenJ. Invited to hear _

Mrs. : Johnnie M.. Mitchell Mr3,.< iniatGrsy.Mrs e Sr ,. Wright president of Judge. Winegeart's !.' ".J:,
"1fh4 Fisk University; Dr. message. :
Ann and r
McIntosh Mrs. Vermai, ': McCbne; were
.,,,,i.ht Lawrence Davis, president Mrs. Rosa L. Wooten is
other members present. __ y b
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Arkansas AM&N program chairman and

.., .. ...*I ...... ... ...*. ..s. College; Dr. J. Paul Rev. W. F. Foster is '

"; -' ': ''. Reynolds, dean collegeof the castor.
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Coach" 'Jonathan' Staggers.of Clat'l'fii.,G ,Uege a arts and sciences, Commencement Speaker

Orangeburg South. Carolina was our.guestdiiringthe ,_ Florida State Univer- TALLAHASSEE Doctor

past week, and it was wonderful hearing news sity; and Dr. John S. Whitney M. Young Jr. ,

of our alma mater .and former residence. Allen president of the executive director of

Coach Staggers came to Jacksonville directly -L4 x University of south the National Urban

from Points in South Florida wtiere he had--be-en. : Florida.Dr. ;eague, will deliverthe

visiting. the past week. He left, the city" Tuesday and Mrs. Gore re- commencement address -

for his :' < y W4':# .# a *
return trip to' South" Carolina.. .,/. ? ..- -

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The home of Mr. and Mrs., David 'f 4atbigr= 1934' 'Mars' :' "
HOSTESSES ARE CERTIFIED---USO officials and' servicemen spent an enjoyable evening at the Ashley

Street, was the scene .of the most r.ecent:meeting, Street Arcade-USO during the program: which featured %presentation of certificates to volunteer USO-

of Bella Donnas Bridge. Club, '' ", :' ...- hostesses who tiad" .recently- .completed> their final phase pt training A large, colorfully decorated +"'

Mrs. Dorothy Dun la p. participated in the. nee ting, cake. which had: been'''bakedbYCS2. *}i. P. Taylor of the 'D.-"S.S.. Yellowstone in honor of the party, .

as guest player.. *,', : '" refreshments,' and soft drink's were served, top phota shows hostesses receiving their certificatesfrom :. ; >:

Mrs. Edith Thompson, Mrs Vacette ,Thayer:, ..and' Miss E, M., Jl.' White the' ..UStf s founder:.operator. They are from left Misses jolita Ashley,

Mrs. Graylan Lesesne, were. presented. ,..awards. f .'.for. .. Geraldine E1'1is'V eronica .Grier, 13a'bara.Hilliard: ,' Airs. .Stazzie-M. Hudson USD's program director;

outstanding performance in the bridge,'se sion. Misses Lauretta iicFtiail, Judy Williams, Mirriam Williams; Patricia Stevens, and Dr. White. Dancing

Other members participating(; in the.'meeting-in:', as, shown in 'the.'center photo, also. ,came ,in for:"its important,'share of events officials and others I '.

cluded': Mrs. 'Geneva Adams, "Mr8..'iv 'Grant.. :and .. in third pix from ,left included: Mrs Grayce M. Bateman, secretary of Clara White Mission; John { :

Mrs. Audrey Kelly. .' '' .. '-1:',... ,...::.' .: : :. Har in. president ,of the Jacksonville". junior Chamber of Commerce, and Mrs. Harvin; Shore Patrolman ::.:.:.

.. : ... James Riley, Mrs.. A. J. Little,, pbadian Ford, Chaplain Gibbins, of the U.S.S. Yellowstone; Capt. '.
.... .... .... *s.s's.. .. :" I .
y. .-;:* A. J. Little, .commanding officer. of.the U.S.S. Yellowstone. ; Dr. White; Mrs. Hudson Shore Patrolman .
.. : '1' ,'.' \:}.:> .< .
... Ernest Sutton,. Charles Fontal ,and Joe' ,Brown. '. : --- .A:
The Bagley Road home of Mrs. Helen .Hart providedthe Her mother her
.> ; r ,. .. (Royal Art Studio Photos) or sister?
setting for a recent -meeting; _, EatreHous .
,
.. .. '' :. BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL NATURAL-LOOKING HAIR COLOR
Bridge:Club. v-1: ',, '. Wedding :' :'StOrk 'Mrs, :V eruse Gibbs YMCA Group
Mrs. Lydia Sweet Mrs. -Ora Mo.IYer, and Mrs.
Whether want the excitement of different
you a
Sneed were guest players. .: .5 Bells S New Clinical Head hair shade, or want to give new life to dull or '
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Mrs. Doris Bennett and Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons : ', Deliveries I ( Launches ProjectST. gray hair. insist on the long-lasting haircolor "
Mrs. Vera R. in the famous red
club .members Cruse N. package-Godefroy's
were high scorers among ,* .Miss. Mo-
Robt. D.j Hal, 1123 W. who was formerly a Medi- Larieuse. It's easy to apply, and complete in
zelle Bruton qualified for donolat'tori awa'r r., Mr, and Mrs. Thomas PETERSBURG, Fla. Ac one package ere'8 nothing else to buy. '
'. 18tbSt., 25 and Geraldine cal Supervisor at Brew- "5
Blue;, "Box 332 Calaban.Pla ively engaged in project -
.... .... .. Jackson, 1410 W. ster Methodist Hospitalis ,
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,, st' .p" '. > ; Boy. lesigned to carry. out the g /fr 18 LOVELY :.
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1.6th St. 20. : now Clinical Instruc- COLORS
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The Jacksonville Alumni Chapter.of'Alpha ;Kappa ))if." and ;)tJs. Homer. t 'true spirit of womanlood' -
Jack M1Clark tor at' the
Lee. Middleburg.Pla. Duval County LARIEUSE
psi Fraternity making steady process. ..toward :. 213 B. Mars Ct. : os Gibbs Juniorollege'
46. and 'Rosa, L.. ''. School of Nursing; in the energetic YMCI Oodcfroy Mfg.Company.3S1O Ollv St.*St.LOu''_.?.:-;;.
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their 12th annual Southern.provinclSa Boy.-1.; s
: Conclave Milton 1979 Yulee ,St. : .. .' Practical ,Nursing Department -
April 19-21 here. Edward Waters College' wUl be 'Mr:. ,arid.Mrs. ouentqn > rganization.
46. .
the headquarters, for the even_ t. H. H. Holly Giles;*3216 Moncrief Rd. : According to Miss Evange-
J. V, Moss 56 Lewis st.; .Mrs. Cruse, was connected -
executive of Alpha'pst; .Inc.V. ; (Girl./r '- line Richardson spokesaan -
secretary Kappa
39" j. u
Atlantic Beach. Flay; with 'Nursing Ser-
Philadelphia, Pa. ; is expecjbeo; to, be. pr.esent'a- ifrt 'and Mrs/' Ronald for the group the cods I ic rYpr
and Rozzie T. Fo ler, vicfr at Brewster for a
long with officers of the Southern 608 Dr. ,. Burlington : number of years and
: Street.JPirl.. /isitation project Sunday
of Alabama.;
Olive S. Gumbs and Dr. Ralph Bryspn '
N.C. 36. during that time, she
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!Mr7. and Mrs Jfillie J. hen 14 members of th<
Registration will begin Thursday. ; April, .19" froo .Joe Winston. .'2930.. 'Sandlin -* made many friends among the Englishpossibly
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; Reed J&15 Street YMCA worshipped at
Allege
:* "v ; lona :
1:00 until 500; p.m. "- i .
jBt. 54 and.-'Thelma. '. her co-Rarkerspatients,
Officers of the chapter '.are:' Robert.. !Mitchell.; Davis. 3837 St. Augustine Boy" relatives of patients ;t. Luke AME Church

polemarch; William Mathis. '. :vicepolemarcbM: John. Rd.',' .48.' '. \ .:. 1chaS :Mr.-4,., !.atid. ..ITr; s_.. Joseph and "Ti-sitprs to the'hospital. Tampa, the Rev. G.J Y mean by '
Ref d J 2039 'W. ',18th St.- 3ates pastor.
T. Floyd keeper of fe'co'rcls .WiiUaBi.A. Johnson, rBoys _
: L. Brown; \265 Tl.2ist ... .: .
exchequer; George, Star kes III. strategns; GeOrge' St. 29' and Mattie J.;.. .i Her service as a nurse "Gordon'sand

Nairn chaplaip: WiUian. P;.: 'Swee.ty. bistortan. : .Brisker.. 1857' W. ?'28th Mt.. : ud'lIrs".john Reed;: bas. been. Invaluable. but I

Dr. Robert Smith, dean of 'pledges.:K,:' jul'1us". Street. 25. '> .' Rt.' :";8' "Box', 461M., ; Girl... not only will she be splash?"

Guinyard, reporter ;:' '. Donald L.: Johnson; :.1317: Samuel.r missed 'us a nurse out

The series' of cultural events- 'planned :'by) the, Cleveland St.,'. "'' 9andDorothy ; her ,help, advice and 1
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local chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity A. Morrell, 1508. Boy; v- patience -with, newer and .

gan with, a recent visit to .Cumin r'.s""Art" Museum, Ea' erson st? 31.. : '. Mran ( Willie inexperienced nurse has .spIash- the English way of saying"soda
with Gordon's Gin is
Golpbin109.3; ] Imerson : Mixing it
The Alphas, their wives and children: cade up. the James C. Howard 1177 been very, effective.
Capers Bradhao.witb!> : 'Street; Bob.; Mrs. Cruse carries Ben1? /oLeut' / a popular pastime on the other side of the
tour which was arranged .G. : : LoganSt: ,18 '"and..'BKnice oil,,' with .
"tonic and
Mr and John Atlantic. Most Americans prefer
more than 40-persons in ..attendance.: :The'..nextTegular D. Sins. ..1571 w.';Beaver Mrs." T. her to her near field of PBF8'ANCYi
Banks, 2078-. Woodside ice"as a mixer. But on the
; service the
convention of the KappaTraternity ; -.' best wishesof
.' Kappa.'rAlpha. st..,. 15. -;. ;
I choice of -complete
Avebqer.Girl gin ac ,
will be held in ''Jackson, Miss\.' H. 'Eddie.'B..' Grlt'f1n.-1'170'. '. JackV.H.: Whittington
Mr. and Mrs Willie s ar cord. Gordon distinctive
Brewster AdmInistrator
James Green and Capers G. br.adhas<<; will represent: Jennings" St. .. 19 :and't.BObbyJ. '
Mi'ller515'& W. 17tti : and flavour
7" '. .Mrs Anita Irving, Director dryness Y
the local'fraternity. Eutsey 718
:: : E. '
Street'G. rI* ':uf Nursing Service Keep your tieh /dry skin smooth seem to tip the balance. -
.
The It pal chapter of Alpha.Kappa Alpha Fraterifi--. 5thSt.. .' 16. '
l'f. pad soft withuoTBzxsnuznx.
Mr: .John T. : You'll f find these
: .1t ."'::8. .. -Mi S8. Margaret qualities
ty will merge with the Jax Iumni Chapter-of, 'Willie, L. Sorry *, ..J2173VThomas Neglect of body skin tissues '
: ... 'Jen..>.fias.. ;- 2742. LiPPia Hd.,::. Field? :Director of during pregnancy may show up wherever you call forGordon's Ji
Alpha) Kappa Psi Fraternity in enfe'rtainiteg ',delegates : l Court; 20 and for the rest of yptfr lift. This f*
.. -: Patient Care Mrs. skin conditioner is especially by name; for
.to the Kappas provincial Conclave which" Dorqthy A. Hargett; :1836 ', ;: :" nous w r
.. ,, Your EAR Myrtis Harris Assistant compounded to relievf the every bottle is still basedonAlexandcrGordon'sorig .
convenes here. April. 1921.. .. .. Brewster Road -15.:;/-- "'". i .'\, discomfort of hat stretched feelIng "
: .' .. .. .-'. can.beHURT Director of Nursing in Yoi/1! find -
: :y' :. .: :,. .: Lester C. Brooks, : -1395 :- :: your sn. a DlSTlUEDLOXDOHDKY
'(_;' r'*... .... .... '.. .Ss, i.... :; : Causey Lane. 19 and Mercedes ..pith.rtoothpicks'' .. ,Service and.- her many co- bi VfjTsa&TXvfz codtlifnc for that massage numbing can inal 1769 formula. Could

"" The "Davis. Street home: of1. Mr.'. and.Brs. ; L'iston. B. Perkins. .551 W. cottpn tipped sticks. In care lets.c* your and back body, too.skin. Take with this be why Gordon is the Y GIN t

Burns. Sr.. was 'filled'Mth. cheer over, the- w'eek-;, 16th St. 17. "- Dont risk damage. workers.RAPID Rtzrara: You will never biggest-sel1in 8 gin in England _

: end as The Burns es, Sr. entertained.. '' Burnses" Warren K. Hayward 1801 Soften tt.up hard to reach = America the world?

jr. who were visiting from 'Tuskegee ee, Alabama, Anderson Lane. 21 and Ida wax-with. safe effective S'orti .

''.: '' accompanied by five-mth-old Renee Pamela. '. H. Nickerson. 3804 A. AIRO eardrops. t-HR. TV SERVICEDAY frtrjnrftf ; f

,,,' Members of Gravitae 'Was!k.out clogged AND NIGHT
'. Feainae Bridge' Club were Norman St. 21. ; wax

: \! invited to a tea' on Sunday ,Afternoon. honoring. Willie C. Williams,' 655 that ory "irritate, CALLS $200 MOTHERS BittiiUi hoot trr on canooitttTtu cut caiT&.incoL&snnis JinowcTCf BtSTiuu rtou mi.JL CIJWL. M noor.coisort e

:f rte. ::: Ur. and Mrs. Liston Burns Jr and were :into-: N. Lincoln Court 2Q an affect your hearing. h1

duced to Little Renee, for whom the ladies recently Rosalind L. Martin 1504 Ask at all druggistsfor crt:1 EL 5-5770 FRIENDs .I

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J ELKs' Stat Meeting .k '. i::; .-K?,,' t:: .

? BISHOP GIBBS CONDUCTS combined choirs of ttt. Z: .

I SERVICE Ararat, sang Blessed :'. o',. .{-"

.i Ut. 'Ararat Baptist Assurance with Mrs. [. :

Church at 15th street Hazel Gross and Arthur ;

and Goodman at the InstrumentIn .
Myrtle
Avenue was :: 4
filled to its a most touching man- .
capacity ,1'I
last Sunday morning with ner. Thanatopsis was -.,-. I

the Elk family and visitors given by: Bill John Keene, .}

State Secretary. The k
and members of the pre-
siding officer held ,
church to witness the up .
on an announcement he was
annual ,Memorial serviceof '
the Florida State making to state that the

Association of Elks. Grand Exalted Ruler

The purpose of the Hobson R. Reynolds was
:
the church __: :
Memorial Service was entering at HON. JOHN G. LEWIS JR.left) Sovereign Grand Commander of the United _

given in these words, that point. The Grand Supreme Council, Scottish. Rite of Free Masonry, Southern Jurisdictionwill

The Sorrow for the exalted Ruler quietlytook be principal speaker during the Council of Deliberations Sundayat

Dead is the only sorrow his seat as PER JoeJ. 5 p.m. in the Masonic Temple, 410 Broad St. Also on hand for the cere-

from which the Elks refuse James was called upon mony will be C. A. Tillis (center) grand treasurer, Most Worshipful Union L
to introduce the .
to be divorced. speaker.Mr. Grand Chapter, Royal Arch Masons and Fred Alexander Illustrious Deputy b: upy iC

Every other wound we James Introduced of the Valley of Florida. Full regalia is requested. _
Bishop Carey A. Gibbs ---- -
seek to heal: every affiliation -

to forget; but presiding Prelate of the Centrals Choir 2 WoodlawR FirSt Iflptist Standing in sober attentiveness
this 7th Episcopal District are tt. to R. ) Mr. Samuel Damps, Mrs.
wound we cherish, Wanda Donalson
and brood over in soli- (South Carolina) of th Plans AnniversaryMrs. Presbyterian AupiicesActivities Mitchell Miss Betty Jean Smith and Mr. Timothy Means.
They are being
sworn Into their
new jobs as Juvenile
Counselors
tude; and henceforth let African Methodist Church. Hattie Spates will by Juvenile -
Church Notes judge Lamar Winegeart. They will assist Judge Winegeart
Before the in his
be sermon .
us more faithful and feature the program. BY ROSA L COFFIE activities against Juvenile
delinquency in
this
affectionate in the dis- Matthew McCoy led the city. Miss Betty Jean _,
principal speaker Sunday Rev. C.B. Dailey, pas- Smith is .
secretary for the
BY L.N. PEARSON SR. new group. All four won their
combined choirs in the positions after
charge of our duties to night at 8 p.m. when tor, is requesting Choir passing Civil Service examinations. ::
the living. The state singing of 'Grace Church .,.
School will beginin
Central CME Church's 3, the Senior Usher. (Story on Page 1)
chaplain, Bill Rev. James which was joined in the the Westminster Hut ------.
Choir 2 observes its Boards and the congregation -

Hagin, presided. singing of "Grace' anniversary in the church 3066 Woodlawn Road SUnday to accompany him Sunday Program Rev. Murray To Walker's FloristOpen .

Following the prayer by which was Joined in by auditorium. April 15th at 9 a... and to St. Matthew Baptist Daily8 ;.
The Men's
chaplain of the audience. in the Day committeesof a.m. 5 p.m. :
Maceo LodgeNo. Others serving on the Sanctuary at State Church, 28th and Mon- Walter's Preach Sunday NightRev. i ',
8, PER Rev. E. Gardner Bishop Gibbs said, and Laura streets at 9:30 Memorial AME M1 5-2400 El 3-1479 :
.
program will be the crief, Sunday at 3 p.m. Zion Church met with E.L. Murray will
the Lodges of Many organizations engaged T.V.
Huger
Church choirs, Rev. San- superintendenthas to share in the anniversary the pastor Rev.* preach the evening wor-
R.L.
Sorrow for officers and in worthwhile announced
that
ford, Rev. D. W. Bass, Sunday celebration Rogers to complete ship sermon beginningat
members of Florida state things, but in my1 honest will be registration day. plans
pastor. Mrs. Ann Barr Rev. Daniel P. Johnson, for the annual obser- 7:30 p.m. Sunday atWalter' THIS'is
Association of Lodges and opinion there is none All officers, teachersand
will introduce the mis-
,pastor. vance which is set for s Memorial AME
Temples of Daughters of doing a more worthy objective members are requiredto Services
tress of ceremonies, Mrs. for Sunday begin Zion Church in behalf of
\ Sunday, April 29.
IBPOE of w. was held by than the Inde- register, since a per-
Arie Norton. with Sunday School Officers in charge of the annual Men's Day the one brand of headache
the Bill '.0. Perry pendent Benevolent Pro- fect record of church
Participating choirs .at 9:20 a.m. with Deacon the day-long program. powders offering 30 years of
State President. The tective order of Elks of schools must be maintained 01 programare
W. trusted
will be St. Thomas No. 2, Scott, superintendent Carl quality-yet sells for
Scripture was read by the world. He used as a Rev. Franklin D. Wilson, in charge. Rev. : Rogers, chair- 1st Born Temple less. Ask for Goody's!
Emanuel No.2, Second man; Andrew Jackson, cochairman -
PER Rev. Dallas J. Graham text Toman 13:10. The minister, who delivered avery Dailey will review
the
Baptist No. 2. Mt. Moriah ; Richard Phil- Announces ServicesElder
the host pastor, and a Bishop as usual preachedone inspiring sermon last lesson from the
No.2, Bethel Baptist subject, lips, Cla-
secretary
;
long time member of Maceo of his strong, logic Sunday, will deliver the A. Hill announces
living in
(Southside) No.2, As- the Light of rence Bel ton, Sr. ,
the
Lodge No. 8. Rev. Graham filled and informationalsermons. message Sunday during the the Cross." following services to 1 ,

read the 23rd psalm. The The Bishop is an bury Methodist No. I, 11 a.m. worship services. treasurer; A.P. Rogers be held Sunday at First
The
Simpson Methodist No. 2 Young Adult Choir, ,
chairman
program ; Willie '
The United Born Temple 825 W. Mon-
Elk of long standing and PresbyterianChoir
and Trinity Baptist No. 1. Brotherhood Chorus and Sweet, finance chairman; roe Street. I
Easter SimdciyProgramT1d has held membership in Mrs. Ollie Hayes will will support the the Senior Usher Board Arnett B. Rogers, youth
School
Sunday 10
rites ,
M aceo Lodge No.8. with C.E. Simmons at a.m. ;
give the response, Mrs. will serve through the department chairman and
Daughter Lois Bassey sanga the organ. Morning worship, 11 a.m. ; ii'
day. Rev. Dailey will
Fannie Webb, presentations Herman Jackson, public Gospel Cavalniers
solo after the sermon. The church is sponsoringa program -
LACE DALES PI a. Over Rev. Bass and Mrs.j deliver the sermon relations. 3:30
,
Remarks were made by movie at the Strand p.nu ; YPCW,
70 male voices will be Mary Dennis, president of during the 11 a.m.
Hon. Hobson Reynolds Theatre entitled, TTancis Westside Social 5:30.p.m. ; Evening worship -
morning worship.BTU .
lifted in songs of the sponsoring organization -
Grand Exalted Ruler. He of sissi" April 8th 7: 30 p.m. ...
will begin at ,.. ..... .
praise to the Risen will offer remarks, Club Announces The church drive w.
termi-
Grand through the 14th. Your
in turn presented
Christ 3:00 p.m. Easter respectively.Mrs. 5:45 p.m. with Deacon W. nates 2 POWDERS 5c
patronage will be during Evening ,
Sunday. April 22 at Daughter Ruler Nettie B. Mary Naly, soloist, preciated. ap- F. Tillman president, Twist ContestAn worship services. I 12 POWDERS 25C _
Smith, of New York and in charge. At this ,
hour
The Great Masterpiecenear and Mrs. Claree Baker, t} ,;,'
Wednesday, at 7:30 and
afternoon
p.m. eve-
here. State Daughter Ruler corresponding secretary, the pastor wall continuethe Temple of Faith
will '
feature Midweek ning of fun and frolic ;
Climax of the Annual Thomasenia Floyd. He also who will offer the bene- series of discussionon '1
Prayer and Bible Study. is promised by the West- 907 Pearl St.
appointed Bishop Carey A. the
church.
Easter Pilgrimage to diction, will round out The Choir
rehearses Fridaya side
Social Club Satur-
the Great Masterpiece Gibbs, Assistant Grand the program as partici- t 8 The final message ofb' Services Nightly 8 p. m. ,r;;
p.m. day from 4 until 10 p.m.
will be Barber ..Shop _- Chaplain' ;' pants. The public is in- 'day will be de-
-*- The service adjourned. Rev*. Wilson' and the livered at the Recreation Centex s Services
Quartets from over the vited. during the 7p.m.
United Presbyterian Choir Acorn and McQuade Sts.
state and a chorus of It was announced before CavaliersIn will present a 30-minute evening worship, with Every Friday Starting at
60 voices presenting an adjournment that the Gospel the pastor deliveringthe Marion Willis and Midnight .:

Grand Exalted Ruler would program on Channel 12. others have promised Prayer Treaments Office xtR6PIffT x-
hour-long program of Recital Sunday April 29 sermon. Daily .
speak at the Elks Audi- SundayThe from 9 plenty of refreshmentsand
sacred music on the Monday at 6:45 p. ,
rostrum before the torium at 3 p.m. Gospel Cavaliers through 9:30 a.m. Rutledge the Youth meeting will music, especiallyfor N. E. ledges 752 W. ASHLEY ST. '

will be presented in Pearson Sr. will direct those interested in ", .
mosaic of Leonardo daVinci' a be held in the education 11:30: .
the a. m. 9
choir. EL "
p. m. 6.5440
Recital
Gospel musicale Sunday at 4 p.m dancing the Twist.
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s immortal Masterpiece The lawn building. At 8 p.m. the ,
in First Born Temple party given by '
825W.
the 'Last Friday Monroe Street. Rev. and Mrs. Wilson on Male Chorus holds itsb giiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiniiiiini I I I I I I I I I I iHiiiniiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiE I I

Supper.' Night the new church site rehearsal.All during April showers ijjjs
The group will be sup- at | .
Highlighting the vocal members and friends :
3066 Woodlawn Road for the =
At First ported by various
BornThe mm
groups
music of the annual are cordially invitedto r
from within the city including congregation in their appreciation = dry clothes inside electrically =
pilgrimage will be the attend the regular ,
Traveling Star Gospel The Morning of their suc-
Blossom Chorus Tuesday night
Orange cessful prayer r rh
Singers will presenta Star Spirituals The campaign driveswas r
from Orlando, under the service which begins at -
recital Friday nightat Starlight The Sunbeamsand enjoyed by all who _!
direction of Stan 7 o'clock. Rev. Dailey I
attended. \ I 1 I
The refreshmentswere ; \\\h
8 o'clock in First many others along w M rr
will deliver
Harris; The RingmastersSt. the sermon.
Born Temple, 825 W. Mon- with Sister Rosetta delicious, the fel- r
Petersburg; The roe Street. Cohen. lowship, superb. The.regular Wednesday w / ,;,
Islanders Fort Lauder- night Bible Study which rr

Other singing groups are Included on the pro- Heroines Of Jericho at : r
dale; The Components, starts 7 o'clock will
cordially invited to gram will be several of
and be conducted
featuredas the
Sarasota; by pas-
the soloist Billy participate on the pro- the Cavalniers' recording Meet Palm SundayThe tor, Jonathan Forsheetis -i :

Moore, Florida Southern gram which is being givenin hits,. namely, Heroines of Jericho reminding all parentsto .. .

behalf of the church ole Me Jesus" 'Je- will meet with Deputy .r.
College Student Lake- send their. boys to r .r
land. drive. Sisters JohnnieB. sus is Calling and Frazier of District 5 and the ,scout meeting sche- r- ,

Jordan and Viola Vic- many others. Royal Queen Cain during .= rhlF r .-.
duled
Free kers the Deacon N.R. Smith, is r
fee will be served all are sponsors.The ,an annual Palm Sunday Thursday in the educa-
public is invited. sponsor, and Elder A. Sunday at 2
day. program p.m. tion building. _
A Hill, host pastor.nuGlas in St. Paul AME Church = rr

I\r Myrtle Avenue and 13th Ebeneezer Methodist's = r \ i -

Street. r .
IF 11 UBE 881TCICE,taT KITS AX EXCITUG MESSAGE TO TIE LAOT aim lOBtt: Schedule Annual -_ .&:i2 .-.
All Heroines of Duval w r

I 5 County are urged to attend Program Sunday =-r I -r r-

in full uniform Sponsored for the, bene- :- A w r
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consisting of white fit of-' the church's sick rw:I- 0 /

dresses, scarlet cord and shut-in members ,i -
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and crowns. Choirs 1 and 2 of Ebe- i= // ,w r
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Rev. R.J. Blaine, pas- neezer Methodist Church : rr-

tor, will give the annual Clay and Ashley Streets, ..

sermon and will be will present the annual

supported by the church Candle Light services

choirs and ushers. Pro- Sunday beginning at When you own a wonder-working electric clothes dryer, you can C

I tECOUt SOX IOTTUJ OF KFSI AT ICC91M PMCC... I gram principals and par- 7:30 p.m. dry clothes during April showers..on windy, messy days..at -

r rf I ticipants will be the Music for the event -
night--anytime at all, in fact. -

I Royal Arch Masons, will be furnished by the You just set the dial on your automatic electric clothes dryer, .r.

Order of the Eastern Northwestern Junior- in the comfort of your own home. And low cost electricity does

Star.. Heroine Crusaders Senior High School the clothes drying job--better than sunshine-drying. Clothescome

/ Juveniles and Brother Chorus under the direc- I out soft and fluffy... dried in the clean, safe heat of your r

Masons of the special tion of Richard Hadley electric dryer. ---

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: guest family. and the Ebeneezer Trio. I See your dealer about an electric clothes dryer--another way -

Since the event is Others 1, participatingin I to live better, electrically!

being held on the eve of tb t\program will be r

3t the convening of the the Reverends Clarence CITY COMMISSION ., -
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I C RICBUU SHE BOTTLES CF TOT IT SKOAL FINE.. Grand Lodge and Gram steger J.B.P. Williamsand CITY UTILITIES DEPARTMENT 4 r
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Illustrious Patron, E.D. E.J.' Rivers, pastor rr

f Gibson, and the Grand Transportation will be ... Haydon BurnsMayorCommissioner Dallas L. Thomas 5

Most Ancient Matron Heroine arranged for sick and;? r"
Commissioner S
Mrs. Ellen Col- shut-In members who placrji 5
L Finance, parks & Zoo
lins and H. of J. Illus- to attend the service.C

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.' .. '" trious Grandmaster Fred Persons Interested are :.. a J. Dillon Kennedy ..

I Alexanders. urged to contact the "r Utilities Commissioner .

Grand Matron Mrs. church office in advanceof \ Q.

Baiels of the OES and April 13. Louis H. Bitter
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iIK Mtt MttJft!M HOT SI MKMREIS Claude SmithCommissioner ,-
'k. iraad Princess of the Parents of the North- Commissioner
fw 5
r HeroiBea E. Role and theHanonie western group, friends,
Airport
Hi Sewers
ways.
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: Health-1;snits Lion 5ElECTRlCITY.Jest
.;A ,t. "': :< Delegations and' 'and members of the ,it

"' ""'.!ryfEi'tl I-tul Minus 1>! CIHMIJ $r imsiimui I -= t ether affiliates are church are urged to attend I I w toy for Setter Iftbg'f

oordUlly invited to at- the lapresslve
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ANOTHER MILESTONE---Attended by top county officials and a representative group of civic workers and ?al Center; Atty. Lou Safer; Mrs. Essie D. McCray mistress of ceremonies; Raymond Taylor, pianist;

friends, broundbreaking ceremonies for construction of the new Anderson Nursing Home on its new site Mrs. Ethel Davenport Bannister, s doist-pianist; Mrs. I. F.. Williams; Mrs. Ida Jackson; Miss Vera .,

at 4408 Moncrief Road were held last Monday week at noontime. County officials who participated during Jackson; Mrs. E. Atwater: Mrs. Patsy Lee Newton; Miss Rose Marie Anderson; Junius Bowman; John Arm-

the brief ceremony-luncheon were: Mrs. Ruth Flannagan director of the Duval County Welfare Agency; strong; Mr. Gentry, contractor; Thomas Hargrave, Alyson E. Wise, and Mrs. Azee L. Anderson, hostess.

Mrs. Mildred Uoodham supervisor of 'Nursing Homes Duval County welfare Agency; Mrs. Billie Beau (Royal Art Studio photos)

Bookkeeping- machine operator, Duval Medical Center; Henry McFarland., Personnel Manager Duval..Medi....- --.. N .r
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MEMORIAM' Magnolia Group St. John Baptist ,Sisters Battle Over Care Of Child HOUGABOOK AUTO i I LIVE IN MAIDS I .
To
In Memory of My Loving Meets MondayThe Mrs. Julia- Hierrezuela- cerations about the climaxed an argument SERVfCE $55.00 WKly. l'
Starts Annual Send References With
Mother, Mrs. Tomenia 32, of 1679 McConihe head, face and arms. Her which had developed when
Wooten Randolph, who departed Magnolia Area Improvement Revival MondayRev. Street, took a beating sister, Mrs. Josephine Mrs. Williams returned GENERAL AUTO REPAIRJ. etter. Carfare rushed .

this life April Organization last Monday evening Williams, administeredthe home and found reason to W HOUGABOOK, Mechanic Hampton Agency .,._.4;::
sleets Monday, April 16 W.C. Edgar of .
13 Station Plaza
16, 1958. Gone, but Not which sent her to Duval beating.The complain adout the way 1361 Kings Road EL 4-3659 N. :t'I
at 7:30 in Miami, Fla. who is well-
p.m. St. Paul r :
Great Neck N. Y. ;
Forgotten. EMMITT RAN- Medical Center with la- sisterly brsjrl her child had been cared_ I I .

DOLPH, Husband; RODNEY Lutheran Church. known as an evangelist I .:. _._ __ _______- -_-._._ .. .._ a atr to e..g es s o..e raeteroaas mm mm* .. ........1 e............w .'
All persons living in throughout Florida and -- -- ------ -- p -- >.

LANE FAMILY., Son:. ; The WOOTEN the district are invited Georgia, will conductthe : Clip This YataaWe, i Clip This Valuable eB Clip This Valuable ,

Dock Bruner presi- annual Spring Revi- eB 9a
COUPON"TENNIS : COUPON : 't
dent; Mrs. Georgia Wil- val services which begin : COUPON

VOTE! son, secretary, an- Monday at 7:30 p.m. : SHOES : 50-tt. PlasticGARDEN & Easter Chocolate B B ::',

nounced. in St. John Baptist : Men' $. Boys' youths' HOSE IB IB a '
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Church Rev A.J. Hughes Hi-top basketball style. I BASKETS *
"Fair treatment for all/ under the law!" pastor, announced. The sizes 12 to 2; 2fc! to 6; e flexible durable B .
filled Bt
services end Friday : 6 to -12 I 99* CBV Reg. $1.36 a with assorted candy BB BB (
I With Coupon Only B 58* CBV Reg. 88$ '
night, April 20. I $2.00 CBV Reg. $2.97With .: '.
KEEPDOUGLAS Joint choirs will serve & This I Good Thurs- Fri,- Sat ff With Coupon Only -
Coupon 0 s a
throughout the servicesand I ,Good Thurs.- Fri.Sat.. I Apr. 12. 13, 14 8 Good ThursFri..- Sat *
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COUNTY bas chosen as his Palm :: '
'.sun guarantees advertised Price': j"
Sinday message, 'The every .

Talk with who has had dealings with my Triumphal Entry. '
anyone lowest in the area according to r t -
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South Viet Shrimp- Boneless IB 6 Ib. Boxes c.B.v. PORT :, '.' ,'
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16th in Brooks Prayer Women's & Girls 50%cotton !
LOW.Ckolttttrol Count .0002 ( House, it was announced > .
(DIAL FOR ROAST or STEAKS P E RC H Quality Leather ,
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32c LB 3 5 city and county and Black or White sizes 4-10 browns or olives. ';<' : : ./ I:
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Patent'. Medicines Cosmetics .,3AlLaading ., piy*
Hair Preparations ( Mechanic On Duty C.B.v..FlberglasO Insulated Insulated
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CDR;l BROAD & AShicf EL 4-2159 i IKE JOSEPH, Proprietor .. 5 Gal.. Sturdy Plastic ''2 Gal.! COOLER COoLER
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.l scheduled ATLANTA appearance Ga.---The of z. At NAACP Meet 1..Ya

the Metropolitan Opera x.'S.
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a May is the only ...-
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the way of desegregatingmost 3 .r= tI ule to convene here July

of the motion 2nd can expect to be

picture houses in this plagued by a series of

capital city. Ku Klux Klan crossburning -

The arrangement, actually demonstrations. L'i

having nothing to do Calvin Craig, a grand i

with the opera appear- ii .. dragon in the fanaticalsegregationists'

David Woods, who gradu- ance, was agreed upon IJ :....,,:7 or-
ated last week in engineering by members of the Negro i ( ganizationannounced the
physics at \ 'i' planned ,,<.:
student movement and : demonstrations ...
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A. and T. College, was Atlanta's theater recently, stating that

immediately employed by owners. r1Jit1j the Klan is inviting "THE GENERAL" AND THE CHAMP---Farmer postmaster

the National Aeronautic Student movement pres- 1,500 organizations to General James A. Farley, board chairman. The

Space Administration., A sure for desegregationof r Yy ;r send units to Atlantafor Coca-Cola Export Corporation, and Heavyweight
Greensboro native, the the movie q the week
city s during the Champion Floyd Patterson were caught in conversa-
son of Mrs. Elsie Wocds houses had been buildingup NAACP convention. tion recently during Waldorf Astoria victory

of 1308 Orchard Street, since the first ,of Besides cross-burnings, dinner for Mayor Wagner. A former ,boxing com-
Woods is one' of several the which will take
year. za place a- missioner in New York, Mr. Farley down throughthe
upperclass students. who It is expected that the 4 top Stone Mountain,' parades years has been a friend of such champions as

worked on a special research desegregation move will in full hooded Joe Louis and Ray Robinson. l'

project, "Phase begin on a selective dress will a) so be -_.-

Relations of Cadmium- basis, with first-run staged as an attempted WILSON T. V. SERVICE ,'
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Vagnesium Alloys theaters leading off countermeasure to the

sponsored at A. and T. the program and eventu- sY2 NAACP meeting scheduleto When you have Radio T. V. ,troubles
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LOCAL CHAPTER PLANNED---Jesse J. Lewis (top photo center) president or
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,,.St ? rir''r:;{x} i}{?7bt..b vbfi: the Birmingham public Relations firm which bears his name, and a board
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Moon (left) and Eric 0. Simpson, associates of interstate Public Rela- POTATOES 49C

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Lillie B. tJcoiners.Miss juanita Prince, Mrs. Betty Belton Fla. .Tattler FLORIDAPORK.

:}Y iy < ...vx.Y representative; and Miss Laura V. Clifton. Standing from left: Freddie FLOUR
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Clinton Moon and Eric 0. Simpson.

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INCOME TAX SERVICE\ SUoh's Grid Slates Musicale I

BOOKKEEPINO SERVICE The Health ana Welfare Selection by the Hag. Blue Plate HERSHEY .' .
NOTARY PUBLIC'IEr1'ER Guild of Shiloh Metro- Family chorus, greetingby
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WRITING politan Baptist Church
Mrs. C. Hammond fo 25C SUGAR
JiCK ISAAC H. CAFFEY will present an after- the LP Nurses, and MAYONAISE Pkg.
Office Phone El 6-8282 noon of Music April 1$ I 5 lb.
Mrs. M.W. Brown, retired Pint
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STRAIGHT BOURBONISKY. *86 PROOF OLD HICKORY DISTILLERS CO.,PHtlX Jacksonville, Pla torium.

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OAK FLOORS ON THE SECOND FLOOR '
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BATHROOM FIXTURES IN COLORSOF _'-'" .&_d t '4 ti JAOSONYIUFS NEWEST WATERFRONT COMMUNITY :1
YOUR CHOICE T '.
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ALUMINUM BAKED EMAMfL EAVE COVERINGS ,
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:...:.n,:;. ,!-"....., '":" SOLID CONCRETE DRIVE AND SIDEWALKS NOTHING DOWN NEW HOME IN HINGTONHOGHTS'
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COMMUNITY BOAT LAUNCHING RAMP
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.- :- COMMUNITY PLAYGROUND '
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'; Hospital' offering ultramodern features in Operating Rooms '' / ... electronically-amazing $32,000 X-Ray machines which tak'es'and

Pediatrics, X-Ray Units, Pharmacy, Receiving Rooms and Cafeteria ,; Ot t .'-,r completes pictures in a breath-taking five minutes.

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J. D. Ferrara, M.D. OBSTETRICS ANDGYNECOLOGY
Nurse Leila Williams Leonard Garten, M.D. 'f 3-, his secretary, Mrs. Maude Hedgon

William Madison, Jr., M.D. Frank Long, M.D.-Chief .
SURGERY Archie T. Frazier. M.D. J .
James Hendrick, M.D. t ,. :. (I' .' .
F.tt Bowen M.D. _
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Samuel Atkinson. M.D. R. McDowell, M.D. .;. .
T. F. Bcrley, M.D.J. M. K. Mantooth, M.D. 11 Ri t ; 1-
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Clyde Collins, M.D. William Stromberg M.D ''; L
C C. Collins, Jr.., M.D. .
M.D.M& ORTHOPEDICS -;
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{ PEDIATRICS Jack Galin, M.D.
d C B. Mcintosh, M.D.-Chief William Hutchinson M.D.OPHTHALMOLOGY I 1 -. --, IL
Grace Hardy, M.D. ;
.. Morris Price, M.D.A. I !
W. J. Knauer Jr., M.D.-Chief '
tta H. Wilkinson, Jr., M.D. Thomas Edwards M.D.L. A dr. 4 :

GENERAL PRACTICE ,.. A. Wilensky, M.D.
W R. Gatling, M.D.- CAtV/ DERMATOLOGYJoseph
L. B. Childs M.D.
Farrington M.D.ChitfJ.
C). W. McIntosh, M.D. R. Trimble, M.D.NEUROSURGERY n
R. F. Mills.MD.
R. Pichler M.D.
a Carl Ross, M.D.F J. G. Lyerly, Sr., M.D.-Chief 7
: H. Schanuss, M.D. J. G. Lyerly. Jr., M.D. ;
E. H. Washington, MD. Vernon T. Grizzard, M.D. "

UROLOGY DENTAL STAFF -LL ..
J. R. Browning M.D.-Chief Roger Hehn D.DS.-Chief _
Thomas Abernathy M.D. Jean Downing, M.D.

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Mr. S. Gordon Blalock ...................._....__.._....___._-President Mrs. Nathaniel Davis ________.,*_. ..... --Vice-President'. Administrator ;:;. Central Superiisor ... f : Purchasing Agent, ,, *
Mr. Rodrll F. Roberts _.___.-........._. .,, ...Vice-Pniideat. Miss Virginia Burner ... .._,...., -- .._....__..,.J.Secretary. .Harold# + L. Copeland B.S. i ;', Mrs. Inez H. Risen, R.N. ). L. Fordham :
'. ...*' Mn. E..or B. White: _...-...__-......._.._--...-.,... ..Parliamentarian '-fBhclburn '. IifII"'., .. Administrative Assistant .' \. Clinic Supervisor "- !_'." ;", *. .. IBM Supervisor ; .
)" -* "" Lourlla Johns, R.N. '. .
--- ;. Chief Pharmacist Mrs. Mrs. Moody
-':' Tlie V.. C. Morse, Mr. J. Earl ;; ':.*' : ""-:! :: .: ; Margaret .
: < Reverend .Robert. M. Johnson, Mr. '. Operating Room Supervisor .
< < ,Nairn Mr B. ; .: John T. Waters B.S : ._..*.Comptroller $. =
= 'J Brooks, Mr. Charles D. Linnlle, Mr. George M. ; George t a R.N.: ** '-: .j:1 '
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.1 4' Bums, The Reverend (). A. Lund, Mr. James 'Perkins" Mrs.: Ralph ff ') ...Administrative Assistant < Mrs.Anesthetist *" $0"oJ .' .:.Mrs. Myrtle E. Smith
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Dans, .. rf. J. E. Mathis, Mrs. I). E. Small, Mrs. James P." I ; ;. Chitl.Accourrtarrt'Miss d. !" ., ....f uls. Pa'lfhAce ur.tarr'. ,
r. 'Dawkins, Mr. D. C, Sr. MrClure, Mr. George C. 'T, ,Tillis Mrs. Charln.-. ': Margaret M. Field R.N., A.B... : Dr. Thomas Upsromb ,
lIa'JX'1''Mr. W. T. MrLeod, The Reverend J. Milburn Trowell. Mr. T. F. UJS 'k; Radiologist .. Mrs.. : Maud M. HigdooAdminittratire
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1.-- : Louise Williams, The Reverend J-r B. Fay 1;t 4 ( Secretary
Holmes'Mr. Wendell P. Mfdcraft, Miss : : Adminutratircdssistant ,' Garcia S. del Rio. A.X.R.T.X'Ray ">
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"" Assistant Director of \ :,.: Clarethea Mungui
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>,1. Gen'eral Food Concession to Patient >, R.N. B S. i:. .4dmittingSapert isor :.,.cl'. '.. "' .' Director '"
} : Mrs, Ida Mrlt Payne, Mrs. Mabel M. Morse A. Meeks J

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> Parties Organizations :Mrs. Albcrtha BOT!, R.N. B.S. .
Clubs Harden
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Hotpoint Company. Southern Dairies imploytes Engage In Public Service
Board .of 'Directors DUVAL VOC. SCHOO, -
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Howard Feed Mills Southern Drug Company

Imperial pharmacy Springfield AtlanticBank Maxwell Charles T. -
Burner. Miss Virginia :
independent Life & McBride Richard
Burwell, Mrs. Andrew
Accident Ins. CompanyInternational Standard Oil Co. of Williams Joshua f. '
Davis
Mrs. J E.
Bus. JacksonvilleState Chrispin, Miss Arey I.A
Dawkins Mr. D.C. Sr. "
Machines COrp.International. Farm Mutual Ins. Richardson. D. P. Sr.
Elder Mrs A. Y.
Harvester Co. ,,
Hough Mr. Carter
Foundation Steward-Mellon Co. of 1nrAan DTmB mrJTJm ,
Johnson, Mr. y. c.
LundyMr. James Mathis Jax Drugs Co. Inc. Jacksonville Dudley Mr; M. K. #

Lundy, Mrs. Sallye B. Jacobs S.S. Co.. Conts. Stockton, Whatley & Espy James A.

McClure, Mr. George C. James, Harry. E. Inc.- Davin Foundation Gaither, Mrs. D.
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McDonald Mrs. Don Insurance Stoneburner, Mr. Sea- Bethay Saul' > Nryr. 1 :

McLeod, The Rev. J.M. Jeffries Market Inc. bury D.Suddath. Carter, Miss Q. L. I

Nairn, Mr. George B. Jennings, Watts, Clarke Company Collier, Leonard Q. t 7gl

Parker, Mr. H. Wayman & Hamilton Sunrise Grocery & Mk., Epperson, Rev. j. B.

Roberts Mr. Rodell F. Johnson, Atty. Earl A. Surgical Supply Co. Harris H. H. I

Rogers Mrs. J. H. Jr. Jones Brothers Company Swindall-Powell Co. James Miss M. F. #

Small, Mrs. James p. Joseph's imported FoodCo. Swisher Jno H. and Kendrick, Mrs. C. M. ,

Smith, Mrs. W. Austin Inc.Keefe Son, Inc.Swisher Kendrick S. j.

white Mrs. Edwin B. Kenneth M. Employees, Jno' King, Mrs. Amy Hall W

Keleket X-Ray of Fla. 'H. and 'Son, inc. Moore J. T.

Business Finns Inc. Theis Duplicating pro- Morse Leonard P.

Kelly, Frederick T. ducts, inc.Tillman. Scarf, Dr. R. C.

Abood's Steer Room Kemp, Bunch & Jackson, CleanersTitle Tillinghast S. R.

Alexander's Inc Agency Architects and Trust Co. of Tucker Mrs. M. 0.

Allweather Tire Co. Keystone Store Fla. Williams, Charles L.

American Cross Arm Co. Knight, Mrs. Downing Van Norren printers

of Florida Knight Orr and Co. Vestal, IncorporatedVolunteer PCpESTPAfiK ELS.. SCtj.

American National 'Bankof Kyle Mr. S. Allen State Life
Jacksonville Labry & CompanyLa Ins. Co. Alford, Mrs. Virginia

Arlington Fuel Oil Co. Mantia Brothers, Wade, N. G. InvestmentCo. Barnwell, Mrs. Thelma

Armour and Company rrigo Company Brown, Mrs. Emma B. D.

Atlantic National Bank Lamson & Smith Williamson Mills Co. Browning. Mrs. J.

of Jacksonville Langley Oldsmobile Inc. Wilson-Toomer Fertilizer Coleman, Mrs. L. G. .

Avery, Mr. Herbert L. Langston, Carl D. Inc. Windhaus & Sons Durham, Mrs. Ethel .waq I

Barnett National Bank Lea E. F.ElectricalContractors Winn-Dixie Stores, inc. Foster, Mrs. Fannie M. ESSO BLOOD DONORS---Mrs. Grover Hart of Brooklyn, right, is joined by two fellow employees at the

Barton company.Quinn R. McClow Dr. Marvin V. Habersham, Miss L. L. New York State marketing headquarters of Humble oil & Refining Company (Esso) as the three enrollin

Bay produce inc Le rner Shops McIntosh Dr. C. B. Hammond, Mrs. B. L. the industrial blood-bank program of the Red Cross. Messrs. Harry Dridge, left, and Gerald DePaceare

Beach Bank of Jack- Lewis Burinses Forms McIver, Dr. Robert B. Hines Miss C. L. in Accounting. Mrs. Hart is in the Fuel Oil Sales offices at the Esso State headquarters in

sonville Beach Inc..LibertyFurniture. Mead Dr. Charles A. Holmes, Mrs. V. B. Pelham Westchester County. They are registered by Red Cross Nurses. Mrs. Hart lives at 859 St.

Beach Road Chick- Co. Moomaw. Dr. David R. Jones, Mrs. G. S. Johns Place in Brooklyn. She attended the California (Pa. ) State Teachers College.

en Lynch-Davidson Motors, Morrow, Dr. Matthew Jones Mrs. Mary J.

Borders Dairy, Inc. E. J.Jr.. Monroe. Miss Bernice MOTCRIEF ELE. SCH. Robinson, Mrs. Essie JAMES WELDON JOHNSON PHVRTPTANS R

Buck Drew and Glocker McArthur, Mrs. D. W. Morris, Dr. Kenneth A. pete .son, Mrs. Mildred Sims, Mrs. Catherine H. JR. .HIGH S CHOOL.

Buckman, Ulmer_&. Mit- McCroy Armstrong & Mosley, Dr. Thad M. Phillips Miss I. M. Brown Mrs. E. R. Smith Mrs. C. C. Allen Dr. Risden T.

chell inc. f Waters Moss Dr. James K. Smith Mrs. S. J. Hawkins, Mrs. Helen T. Bennett, Mrs. Doris G. Anderson, Dr. Horace M.

Bryan Mr. Burton C. Mack Plumbing Company Neal Dr. John B. 'Thayer Mrs. V. S.. Jordan Mrs. M. L. _L. Lewis Elementary Brooks Mrs. S. E. Atkinson, Dr. Samuel C.

Capitol Concrete Co. Marblto Charities, inc. Newbill, Dr. C. E. Whitehead. jowers Mrs. pearl B. Alston, Mrs. Ruth M. Da ise J. t Beale Dr. S. James

Martin Coffee Company .LaiGBRA Langley, Mrs. B. L. Fletcher, Mrs. L. D. Berley Dr.Ferdinand V.
Carolina Lumber Co. Paris, Dr. William E. H SCHOdi Brinson Mrs. Del-

Cesery. inc. William R. Manning, Arthur Bruce Parks Dr. L. L. Hatcher, Mrs. G. T. Randolph Miss J. G. phenia A. George, Mrs. E. L. Bond Dr. James W. ;

Cheek Mr. Leon T.Childress.Mr. Marks.' San R. Phillips, Dr. ,Curtis ty. Lewis Mrs. A. H. Solomon, Mrs. H. S. Davis Miss jane E. McRae Mrs.' W. M. Bowen, Dr. Frederick H.

Francis: B. Mason Mortgage Company Price, Dr. Morris A. Robinson, Mrs. Gladys Williams Mrs. A. P. 'Donaldson, Mrs. F. L. Robinson Mrs. J. E. Brown Dr. J. Brooks

Churchwell,' Mr. J. H. Massengill Co. The S.E. Relhartz, Dr. Paul V. Thompson, Mrs. R*. M. Gamble, Mrs. Julia H. Simpson Mrs C. D. Brown, Dr. Robert J. .

Clarke, & Lewis Co. Medical Supply of Jaz. ,' Reinstine, Dr. Harry W. Williams Miss Elnorat.CLmD NEW STANTON SENIOR- Girardeau, Mrs.M.E.j. Browning, Dr. John R.o- G
JOHN E. FORD SCHOOL
Clark, MlJ.. A. Inc. Roesch, Dr. C. Burling SCHOOL Green Herman Bryant, Dr. ,James! M. r
HIGH
Coca-Cola 'Company(Jax) Mendelson printing Co. Romaine III, Dr. Mason MARY EBTHUJE Green Mrs. Mary L. Baker, Mrs M. E. Campbell Dr., S. S. ':

Continental Natl. The- Merck Sharp & Donne Root, Dr. Samuel W. ELE. Broome Miss R. M. James Mrs. Julia R. Brooks, Miss Julia A. Canipelli. Dr. Joseph v

atre EnterprisesC Merrill Stevens Dry Dock Schell, Dr. .W. W. jr. SCHOOL Bryan Jr. J. E. Jasmin Mrs. E. H. Brown Mrs.. H. S. "' Carson, Dr. Dorris, ,N. }; .

it.ve n tl o.n Press_ Milam LeMaistre., S ha shy, Dr. Robert A. Boston, Mrs Cleo Currie ,. Mrs. A. S. Johnson Adam R. Flowers Mrs. M. H., ChambersDr. William.N. a

Conway,_.JlM.C; (Bay ,Prodf) Ramsay & Martin ;: Schnauss, Dr. F. H. Brown Mrs. Doris Gay Mrs. Eleanor Johnson Elzie Frazier Mrs. Dorothy Chandler, Dr. Howard. .

Cowart Lumber CompanyCo Miller Machinery and Skinner, Dr. Richard G. Carr Miss Mildred Griffin Mrs. A. L. Jones Mrs. W. M. Gamble, Mrs. Alma L. Childs Dr. L. B. .t!'

wart Brothers Equipment Stillman, Dr. Sidney Davis Mrs. Mildred Ingram Mrs.! V. G. Langley Mrs. G. E. Jones, Mrs C. C. Chilli, Dr. Joseph' L*.| .

Culligan Soft Water Ser. Mitchell PaulWholesaleMeats Storch, Dr. Sidney Durham, Mrs.* Clara H. Jenkins Mrs. Adelaide Long Mrs. Eulalia King Mrs. C. B. Clark, Dr. Albert W. | \

Cunningham Furniture Co. Stromberg, Dr. William Engram, Mrs Thomasina Littlejohn Miss N. L. McBride, Mrs. Luella McClain, Mrs. K. H. Clarke, Dr. William F. ,.

Dant ler Lumber Co. Monticello Drug Company Sullivan Dr. Edward J. Fields, Mrs. Theresa Russell Mrs. N. T. Mitchell, Mrs. X. B. Shipp, Mrs. Annie E." Collins Dr. Clyde M.

David Concrete ProductsCo. Moore Dry Kilm- Co. Taylor, Dr. G. Dekle Gardner, Mrs. Ruth J. Roberts R. F. Morgan, Mrs. Emma H. Edwards, Dr. Thomas. .>.

Moore Pipe & Sprinkler Terry, Dr. John H. Gillis, Mrs. Emma L. Solomo Mrs. R. C. Morris John Henry ?ISAIAH. BLDCKER. SCH.. Eversole Dr.' J.oe..f

Davis, Archie, inc. Company Them ps on. Dr. John Q.U. Hankins Mrs. E. C. White Walter H. Murray, Mrs.Irma j. Bryan Mrs.. Marie R.. Fechtel Dr. A. T._.; ';

Davis Furniture Co. of National Cash RegisterCo. Trimble, Dr. James R. Harley, Mrs. A. M. Whitelocke, Mrs. R. p. Nairn, George B. Glover, Mrs. V. G. Ferguson, Dr. 'EImD etF..' .

Jacksonville, Inc. The National Van Nortwick, Dr. W. A. Jenkins Henry W. Ruth G. Hair, Mrs. L. D. Frazier Dr. A.. T.. fi

Dawkins, D. C. Jr.- Pressed Steel Co. Washington, Dr. E. H. Meuse, Mrs. Jessie E. NCRTHWESTERN JR.-SENIOR Ray Mrs. Sarahj. Isaiah Blocker Cafe- Gar en, Dr. Lepo'ardX: ;:
Seymour Mrs.
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Flora Homes, Inc. Newsom Furniture Co. Whitehurst, Dr.W. Laney Raysor Miss Hazel r- teria Group Gatling Dr. Willard R. '
HI B.Sheffield.
GH SCHOOL
Dawkins, D. C. Sr.- E. C.New Whorton, Dr. C. Merrill Solomon, Miss C. L. LouiseE. King Miss Ondria Gillespie, Dr. Hardy D:

Dawkins Bldg. Supply York Laundry Wilensky, Dr. Louis A. Stewart, Miss LUcina B. Bradham, Capers G. Mrs. Monroe Mrs. Grace V. Gorman Dr. J. M. %

Daylight Grocery Co. Nolan, Claude, inc. Wilkinson, Dr. AlbertH. Surcey, Miss Marilyn V. Engram, Mrs. Ruby E. Rutledge Mrs. W. Go ss Dr. Sidney
Lumeta
Spivey, Miss
Denson, Walter Inc. Orkin Exterminating Co. .. Jr.Williams( Taylor, Mrs. Irma M. Howard H. Sams, Mrs. S. L. Graves, Dr. A. Judson
B. L.
Thompson, Mrs.
Diamond. Mr. Frank E.Dittmar OwensIllinoisEmployeesPainters Dr. I. E. Thompson, Miss Ethel N. Jones, Mrs. Doris A. Styles Mrs. G. L. Gyland, Dr. Stephen P.
W.
Williams Mrs. V.
Mr. R. H. Worsham, Dr. Richard A. Washington, Mrs. A. S. -Knox Mrs. iris L. Williams James L. Hardy Dr. G. C. '.
Poultry Wyatt, Mrs. Juanita
Dixon-powdermaker Co. Palmer FnTNnATIaia Mathis, Mrs. L. P. Haston Dr' Hugh-B'
Machinery Co.
DuPont, Mrs. Alfred I. MATTB3W W. GILBERT SCH. Smith, Mrs. R. L. COMMUNITY CRGANIZATIOrS Haswell, Dr. Forrest..M.- -
Patterson,Giles Jr. Inc. -- Stewart ARLINGTON ELEMENTARY
Duval Engineering and Baird Mrs. G. Hendricks, Dr. James W. -
Foundation Win-
Pearce, Lawrence C.CO. Bryant, James E. Wash Dorsey Mrs. Sadie M.BAWIN Brewster 'HospitalAlumnae r'
Mrs.
L. B.
Contracting Company field Holliday, Dr. AIda Grey.
Peacock, G."W.Fla. Cave Mrs. F. R. ,
Economy Electric Shop .i Hughes, Dr. Victor A.
Frueauff Foundation
Machine & Foundry Davis Nathaniel L. JUNIOR HIGH SCH.
Edwards-Holley Sales, Inc. Charles A. OAKLAND ELE. SCH. Brewster. Hospital. Hutchins, Dr. Paul F, >
Pedrick Motor Company Gregg, Miss Ruth G. Smith, Miss Catherine Auxiliary ? *
inc. Penninsular McGehee Foundation Bennett, Mrs. L. S. Ivey Dr. John F.
Insurance Hart Henry J.
Men's Club
Elder Moving'and storageCo. Foundation Owens-Illinois Chari- Henderson, W. E. Brown Mrs. T. H. Brewster Jelks Dr. Edward ,
SCHOQL Mother's Club
WRZEil.-conTcMAN Brewster
Pierce-Wall Furniture ties Foundation Cook, Mrs. F. H. Killinger, Dr. R. R.
Hill George H. Jr. Alum-
Electrplux Corporation Co. Wolfson Family Founda- Jackson, Miss Irma L. Gohagen Mrs. j. Alexander, Mrs. F. H. Detroit Brewste r Knauer, Dr. W. Jerane,Jr/

Elmore and Clark Pitney-Bowes, inc. tion Jenkins, Miss L. E. Johnson, Mrs. Thelma Bolden John H. nae Assn. No. 3 Lunch La fit t e Dr. L. S.':'
Duval Sch.
Co.FashionMen's Madison Cannon, Mrs. A. B. County Leitner, Dr. Elmer E. =
Equitable Life Inc. Plttsburg plate Glass Jones Mrs. M. R. R. D. ,i
INDIVIDUAL G IFT5 A. B. Assn. & Friends Lombard. Dr. Samuel ,
Shop, Inc. Company) Kitchings, Samuel R. Oree Miss C. E. Coleman Mrs. S.'?

Fialkow, Hymie Company Pulp Sulphite Paper Livingston Mrs. Thelna Winfield. Mrs. R. L. S. Curry Mrs. Daisy A. Gamma..Rho Omega Chapter 7 Long Dr. Fred .v t
Eli Ake, Mrs. J. Howard Willie Davis Paralee H. AKA SororityInternational Lowenthal.Dr. Joseph J.
Fink., Mr. Mill WOrkers L-1426 Martin Mrs. R. L. Mrs. Margie Mrs. .j'
Alexander, Mrs. Maxie E. Long- Lyerly,Dr.James G. Jr.
Flnke stein Company Prudential Feacher, Mrs. L. ;fLYerlYD
FirstFederal Savings & Prudential Inc.Co-Eaps.Ins. Co-0. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Mathis Mrs. S. B. L. BROWN SCHOOL Greene, UTS. Mildred M. shoreman' Assn. Loc. r.James/G. LSr.. f '
Fred C.Bancroft. MCKinney, Richard A. L I .1408 r '
Loan Assn. of Jax Jones Mrs. A. V. E. Manson,Dr A..MacKerizieCHURCH .
F. McGill LuveniaRoss
\ Newman Mrs. Bolden, Mrs. B. M. .
Ford Tractor Co. (Fla. ) Winthrop Jones, Mrs. L. P. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority { .
R. C. Motor Lines Barfield William Mrs. Cora P. Cook, Richard H. ;.. ':,
Judge -Jaz Alumnae Ch. !
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Florida janitor Ser Jones, Mrs. P. E. :- 1
Register & cummings, Scott Jr. William 4'-
Bates Johnson Mrs. P. K. J'
(Royal' Service) Engineers L. C. Stoddard Miss Helen M. Leg gins. Miss Theora Kardettes Bridge Club JACKSONVILLE .,:..,. ';l' #
Bennett Perkins Mrs. D. W. .
Florida Machine & Foundry Congressman Lewis Mrs. Mary W. Tau Alpha pledge '
Omega
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Reynolds Smith & Hills Sweet Mrs. L. Hart A.M!f.E. : J-t-
Charles E. Wilson, Mrs. Vera D. JAXEEAC5LSCHOCL __ __ _.,'t. .
Company Architects Wilson, Mrs. Mary F. Class, Jaz U1iv.Practical ....
Co. Bergengren. Mrs. Gladys Anderson, Mrs. Edythe King, Rev. SR'. -S-A. .4.,
Florida publishing Richard-Allan Co. Inc. Brewster Wyche Miss Rosa Lee SUSIE E. roUE RT SCH. Brown Mrs. Alma C. Nursing Wooten, Mrs. Bos L.
Fl crida Times-Union Classes 1959
Richards ManufacturingCo. "
Madison Miss B. Jackson Mrs. Orpha L. M t. Zion A.Mi'E. :
Florida Title & Guaranty L. Guyton Howard H. Two-G Community Civic

Company Mitchell Mrs. W. M. GEO.WASHINQTON CARVHl King. Mrs. M. D. Sanford W. N. Club St. Stephens- ( A.M.E.., ".'t' b'. "'

Florida Trailer & Equipment Richardson Riverside ChevroletCo. paint Co. Morehead, Miss C. V.. Ployd Mrs. M. W. LaVette Miss P. A. Thorpe Mrs. M. R. Zeta phi Beta Sorority Johnson Rev.Ji-S. .., ':
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Company Payne George C. Green Leonard C. Overstreet, Mrs. H. ,"- Young Mrs.J.-- --S. -

:. Flower : Baking Co. Inc.' Riverside Lions Club Raiford Mrs. S. B. G uyton. Miss Eva L. pierce, Mrs. E. M. i General Contractors ',!-.-:- J '

Foley Lumber Company Rogers Towers Bailey Rivers, Mrs. Ruby, E. Haynes Miss Ruth E. RObinson. Mrs. M.b.. -

'*. Ford .Motor Company Fund & Jones Roberts Mrs. M. F. Hogan, Mrs. Marie 'Ie Ill:, Mrs. F. M. WILLIAM E. ARNOLD CO. ;; j- 4
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Sessions Mrs. A. N. .r" ._ _
'. Genuine Parts.-Compan7 Fusseel Foundation of Home, Mrs. P. A.Jonesdv Young, Mrs. Mary E.
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Simmons Mrs. F. M. .
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Good Hope later 'Cov
JacksonvilleSa CLARK
Gordon "Thompson Chevrolet blow Const. Co. Small, Mrs. L. G. JOBes.JJalles! SMART, POPE LIVINGSTON PESTCONTROr- .
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.',n inc.LGrahamJones. Stone Mrs. A. M. Lake Mrs. A. M. lFeacherMrs.ti -W-' '1
Jessie '
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St. Johns Trading Co. .
: Stubbs, Miss M. J.Tunslll Lee Mrs. Fannye L. 4. $, '. EL 31328 =
paper Co, D. W. Tredinick Driver Mrs. Edna 2204 Boulevard

/ .Guernsey Mr.S. Kendrick Schippman F Poufldatioa. Mrs. J. R. Lo Bg. Mrs. V. Lang Miss Dorothy M. ". ;. -- '.

>.<"Gulf Life Ins. Company Shands and Baker, lac. Wannamaker, iers. S. C. 0atkews. Mrs. D. Mitchell Mrs. H. = ::: '
Whitfield Miss N.A.E. nary BREMER BRACE MFG. COMPANY _..., r.
Gulf Mew Mrs. Sandra -
; ProduceCompanyiHarolfc ..
Shands poster Service Morris Mrs. Marie .
Williams, Mrs. L.. II.DeU&IAfi ektas 1
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: Supply cor'p.. Simmons, H, H. Realty Lee Myrlck, Miss Beatrice -
Hare E. Millar. Miss AlUmeaseMorris St. El: 55451
f t,tff. CompanyH Co.Skinner.. AMOK} COBL PiBkaey. Mr*. Dorothy 1107 Margaret ;

| ,'a ve r ty; Furniture'>: .?". ... .' -Mrs. A. C.' '. Mr* Eva I. Ramsey, Mrs. Esther ..... ...." ---l, ., .. .. "'ft '.
"ealey_& BecSwith, 'lac.Krs. Itttler Mrs., Id* K..Iiaki Ne rt.a, Mrs. Arie L. :' -:: '
.. Slye, Mrs. AM .FwtHM. Gwendolyn : :
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1IJ cilickmaL 1' ? Slye, ..!. ':Af*..r, Williams,- Mrs. L. S.'Win' t X-Ray Machine Installed l By
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I ')\ ,.:.-." ,:.._o"_' Floradale Homes -. State( Organizer. To taialt Beauticians Wfcws Monday tightJOINS Jax Natives Hold Renioi ,i,1 I

NM error Y.. ST. PETERSBURG. .Fla. oent. ',
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Tney rail him "King of The two are natives of
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kick
Hams With Carports Mettfy FapiMts
.' the Hammond organ" and Jacksonville where Dow-
'h J60.00 Wig Only $250.00 Total Cash Ti Mm It to Gibbs Junior Col- ning added Davis' to his'

All units lege's several hundred musical aggregation." The
are served by regular
City Bus Service. ( v'oncrief Rd. No. students Jackie Davis group was comprised of

3e B ) Some units have Waterfront more than substantiatedthe premising school musi-

Privileges.i i Cur1'odels offer Oak r- F title., cians with Downing, a

,gFlaars.Carports.ana I ScreenedPoarches. a, The Capitol Recording college student as lea-
Artist enthralled the der and Davis as pianist
; Why keep on paying rent when
you .p Davis next attended
junion college student
can own your own home for I less than
Rent? body recently with a Florida A&M College and

} j popular concert 'which then headed for the.
OFFICE AT WEST 4Stl St & VERHON RDPO t faculty members and Big World of Music.'

5-1685 Open Daily 10 A. M. to 7 P. M. 2 ,h_ less.students' called 'match- Davis Right introduced after Wild Bill the

Built by a builder with 30 years Projecting the organ as organ as a popular instrument -
experience in Duval County.DISCOUNT .
a complete band, Davis Jackie con-

u ,. played popular selectionsfrom ceived of it as beinga
his albums, *Tigeron complete band composedof

0 A Ha=ond". "Jackie rhythm, reed, and

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v and "Hammond Gone Cha formance on the organ

Cha." He turned 'band- reflects this. His pedal
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'1824 W. BEAVER STREET ceptive Jackie's audience.appearance on

830-31 CASSAT AVE. the campus of the col- V

lege was part of renew
ing acquaintance with a PREVENT
WATCH FOR YOUR STATE BODY---Mrs. Callie Jackson (seated fourth from left) president of the Trichology Beau- former band leader, Al-

ticians' League No. 38, announces that Mrs. Nancy,JH Jenkins, ,state organizer for the Orange Blossoms vin Downing, head of the FOREST FIRES
State Beauticians' Association will install the local 'unit's officers Monday night April 16 at 8 p.m. College's, Music Depart-
in West Union Baptist Church's education building. ,Local associates and the general public are invited. .
klIgh- School Glee Club On Oar ., (Billy Brown photo) J FREE FISH FRY for Boat OwnersAll

&t ,' : Ken Knight FNI Chorus To Sing Ccmeroon Presnitflt Meets With National Leaders boat owners and, their families are invitedto

attend a free fish fry at 2100 p.m. Sunday
At Baptist ConfabST.
April 25, at Christopher's Pier, New Berlin.

TV Show" AUGUSTINE The This activity is being sponsored by the New Berlin
: : College Choir of Florida outboard Motor Club.EWAR'S.

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College wil ,..xra
9:30 a. m. to 10 a. m. appear and perform at the
State Women's Missionary

Union of the Florida
Sponsored By PREMIERWatch Baptist Convention.

April 25, which will be White Label
For Our Anniversary held in Orlando, Florida < Q ""T : e v _

Coming Soon at the First Baptist 'SCOTCH WHISKY
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PAN SAUSAGE made by President R.W. '
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SAUSAGE LBS. the State Women's Mis- 't'JtitJ. .

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MEAT BEEF choir to appear and per- + 7

TURKEY 6 0 8gePIES form for the organization "WkIe....01.....J.......-Dcr +opp'"' fP

CHICKEN R through its executive a6o orIsaosr1r

secretary, Miss Josephine ::'. -4-,*. .:-
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ENDS 5 LB. 89 Baptist Convention last it
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BEANS 303 8 0R 8gePORK year said. BROTHERS President Ahmadou Ahidjo of the Republic of Cameroon was 5 A qP R
The choir is directed by
CAN greeted, by top NAACP leadership, and others, at a State Department con-
Kenneth J. Huemink, associate -
ference in New York City recently. From left are Guichard Parris, Urban
professor of
League aide; Earl Brown member New York City Housing and Redevelopment a
and Music and chairman of the Board; Roy Wilkins, NAACP executive secretary; Jean Paustin Beta- s y. .F Q P

303 1 OF 8geBEANS Division of Humanities. yene Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Cameroon; Arthur B. G 0
0R Members of the College
CAN Choir will sing at theW.H.U. Spingarn NAACP president; President Ahidjo; Bishop Stephen G. Spotts-
wood, chairman of the NAACP Board of Directors; and Dr. John A. Morsell!
meeting are: Har-
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F Williams, Raymond Rose, Dr. CecileH. suggests that the Con-

B 303 1 0 8geCORN Henry Smith, margaret Edwards, professorof stitution never sanc- Thank You Jacksonvilleor
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CAN son, Vera Thompson Earl search at A&T College, in our schools, no Making Oar Grand Opening lie Greatest in Meat Business Histe

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dozen different certification and passed versity indicated "thatit

conventions, Workshops, the examination con- is now as it always

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by those who actually knew one of, the finest

athletes to produced. in Florida. That athleteis f
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James ffiggins. who is now principal of pine t..

Forest High School, Callahan, Florida. He was a Sr '' r r.. rd -
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glory as 'one of the football powers of the state. r

JAMES WIGGINS CAN BE REMEMBERED for all around

team play, his clean sportsman like spirit and .. ,
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traits of this fine athlete was his willingness UGA AT MEMPHIS---Above seen leaders and; officers of the mons, Detroit, Midwestern. Mr. Stanford heads the Eastern ;

and readiness to help some young fellow who United Golfers Association which held its mual convention district, while Mr. Simmons is parlimentarian of the UGA. inserted 4. :

was hopeful of making the team. Many of the young at Memphis Tenn. recently. Maxwell Stanford philadelphia are James Morrow New York City, financial secretary, : Ji :

players developed during the days of James Wigging Pa., 2nd from right in left photo, was elected president of left, and William Jones, Dayton, ohio, treasurer. At right ': '-:'-)" .. -:;' j

at Edward Waters was through his encourage- the golf group, succeeding Howard Anderson Toledo, seen seated from left, are Lonnie Jones, youth director Cincinnati ...': ;' : '

menu.advice and help in any manner that would second from right. Others from left are'Moss'H. Kendrix a Frank Lett, Sr. 1, National Tournament Committee chairman -' ;.: J rs

aid MO! ambitious youngster. Another feature about long time supporter of UGA, (Mr. AndersonMrs. Mary CampbellUGA Detroit, Mr. Stanford, Mrs. Paris Brown, tournament,director .. '

this brilliant athlete was his mild manner of general secretary, Robert Wright, Memphis, convention Washington, D.C., and assistant, Mrs. Agnes Williams, ./'.-:. :; .'

doing things, his even temper, his calmness under chairman, (Mr. Stanford), and Nathaniel Jordan, St. Louis, Chicago. Standing, from left, are George Cartwright, pro' com14: > ,;

rressure. He 'as a fine student as well as an MO..UGA executive vice president.In center shotMr. Stanford mittee, Columbus, Ohio, Jacques Ferguson, pro executive > ,
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athlete. seated center, and Mr. Jordan, standing left, are seen a with secretary, Indianapolis Ind., and Mr. Jordan. The Kendrix :.il>.
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YEARS HAVE FASSED SINCE those days at "Dear ;' district vice presidents S. L. Hall, Southeastern Nashville Organization handles public relations for UGA with Mr. Ken- ; :'

Old Edward Waters," and now as a high school r- Tenn., (Mr. Stanford), Leon L. Harris New England drix serving as UGA's PR committee chairman. UGA's QOYif; ''mf"t.: .- '

principal, he still carries that pleasant smile Rumford. R. I.., (Mr. Jordan, who is Central veep), R. L. tional\ tournament will be held in Memphis during the- last iAb"iIiD- ,

and that sane congenial spirit. He'is still out Wynn Jr. Memphis host committee, and Attorney LeBron Sim- full week in August.. t'
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there trying to hp.lp'the youngsters find their

way. He' was in the school work down the state Walt Bellamy Take An Important Time Out Liston Seeks Minoso Sparks !1

before he this side to work and from
came.up .

all reports he has done a swell job in the fieldof .,-.,.:'-, ."..,'f-J_....,,,,,- ", .', '!:.'.-.r, ;)'.J\ii" )"'."<"lIf.. ',.<>.''-:,-"-;:< .. -5$ _..l. ?!!' 1" '. Training Site St. Louis Cards

education. VT .f.> 'r -i ASBURY PARK N. J. ., .
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spring training exhibition games with flying "- : t, .f'i'. "/ JI ':<> : was informed he will not
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his pitching staff on the go. From all accounts, AY!"g"'t 1 l]' ,*,'.R /':> ;F.1,: "- ,1 1f 0 WrA.Ltf, '" his forthcoming title

is rounding them into shape fast. As yet we have "& J;; ." ...".j: .- t'k: .; 1.',1' bout with Floyd Patterson

not heard too much from our special ace, Ruben ,;..: : ,. .:. ".,, tJO" C1'\11 The City Council said
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baseball, we believe. By the time the regular "yaT .', :, ..,...,. repair the Steel Pier ,

season opens, knowing Ben Geraghty as we do, and since all available funds af it
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his love for pitching, every baseball fan for were needed to repair i
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"' miles around will know what the Triple A Suns i.S i. damages caused by a recent .
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will have to offer in the way of competition. -!" ,., storm. (f
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has become of catcher Valmy Thomas? It was the <'.,,"'. Liston, who expects to .
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hopes, of .many: of the baseball fans to hear the ; *j Sb start training sometime '
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: men, the battery for today s game will be, Gomez, rt5t 4x 1 Aa + S Greenwood Lake, New York, MINNIE MINOSOHi: ,ft.,;'

pitching and Thomas catching ,for Jacksonville." S 7' p .'S rp or in New Jersey, a short Likes New Club ,*. '

:', Fans are still hoping to hear that. distances from Atlanti
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IT MUST BE ADMITTED HOWEVER that the pitchers w ;F ff r! n City. ST. PETERSBURG Ores- r

have really been shoTing some real stuff duringthe Patterson, who returned tes (Minnie) Minoso.

training season. Men like Tiant, Abernathy, "' >> from a recent State Department veteran American League
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Griggs, Donnelly, Tyriver, Lehman and some of the sponsored tour outfielder of both the."

.. others ,have been going in mid-season form. of ( of Egypt, is expected to White Sox and Cleveland ;'

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c curse Ray Semproch the former Philadelphia ace start training soon although teams who was traded to

has been released. There will be others to go in the time and the St. Louis Cardinalsby
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: is about the hardest Job a manager has. Just who pAPEAL' designated. ningham says he's happy '
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will be kept and who will be cut loose always a.+ra with his new assignment.The .
Sam Jones Suffers
causes great deal of c, ncern. Cards, which is
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THE BASEBALL FANS WHO TIRNED out last Sunday to From MalignancyDETROIT rated by baseball ex:

see .the Eame between the Minnesota Twins and the perts, as a probable

Kansas City Athletics were elated to 'see Ed S. The Detroit 'dark horse in this

Charles, the former Jacksonville Braves second : .1 Tigers's pennant hopes year's National Leaguea'

: baseman fill the hot corner spot. Not only did S. ii L. suffered a slight blow pennant race purchase t..

': Charles prove to the manager Hank Bauer, the when it was announced by a big motel and invited:1-: .

: coaches and the players that he has what it doctors at Ford Hospital all of their players

... takes, it did the same for th3 fans who are that their pitcher Sam both Negro and white and'S!. /"
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: pulling for him to make good. Bauer has previously Jones has a low grade their wives and children '

:: said that Charles has told himjthat he malignancy. to enjoy the motel's. f

would be willing to play anywhere.He proved it Jones, one of the facilities.
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last Sunday. %' Kj ,. hardest working hurlersin Minoso, whose given age
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THE GREAT THRILLS THAT CAME to the fans was the the game suffered his ranges between 39 and
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; playing of Vic power of the Twins who was recently y r. .- worst season's record over, expects to have a.

w,; secured from the Cleveland Indians. Power dxa _- g -- (8-8) while with the San big year with the St.

has long. since become known as one of the great- Francisco Giants last Louis club. He says he'.s ,

: est fielding first basemen in the game. His one- year. happy with the cards'''.}

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batting is what his name is. He is a power hit- ROYAL :
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opened. Sit back now and watch the outcome.THE k I -- CLARENCE J. SIMON '

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; ATHLETIC WORLD WEEPS WITH SORROW over the _
.. THE TALL AND SHORT OP IT---10-year-old t\
Tommy Doyle of Manhattan Beach. Calif.. 1962 National Easter
outcome of the Emile Kid r.
Griffith-Benny
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i Seal Child, is visited by towering Walt Bellamy 6-foot 11-inch basketball star of the Chicago Packers SPECIALS ."iIii "i-

riw at headquarters of the National Society for Crippled Children and Adults.Chicago. Walt: "Rookieof ,'

the Year" of the National Basketball Association, autographed and presented a basketball to Tom 2.5x1's,1 1.Color,1.lack & While S6:95i.:

.. PD5NERS my. The packers' center set an all-time record for field goal accuracy and was second to Wilt Cham- ; .

I IllfSkIntona _Jberlain of Philadelphia in total points. flpaltone & 3-3x5's.$5.95 ;' .,(

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CONMINJ AMAZING MrOtOQU'NO to Head Coach spite of his .269 ave-

tightens brightens skin Ben Whaley, the Hamoton rage, his leadership on April 21-22 (Commerical-Weddings-Protraits !

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MAKES SKIN BLEACHES for the number one posi- through," coach Whaley annual Old Dominion Golf r
tion in the CIAA by the said. Tournament sponsored by
"OLD the Old Dominion Golf
talented 1
holdovers from Led by Herb Williams, .... .
Club, will be played at
FASHIONED"J last season. The head the pitching staff has i
mentor has his Stumpy Lake Golf Coursein I i
top three returnees. William i
flight hitters Norfolk on April 21-221
returning had
a 2-0 record in 61
plus a bumper n This will be a 36-hole, :
e lightens dark spots 1 crop of with the highest earnedrun I
freshmen medal play tourney. Plans.
rfect powder -' totaling 23 average of 3.79.

uese ,eManufadurers perhaps, promise nothing Back with the squad also include a pro division
short of their men's amateur division
second is Joe Tyler who finished -
with flights, women's
Place finish behind
A&T last
year with a .322
College last divisaon. junior and col-
year, average. ::
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of Posntr'i Bergmo,*The Jar with the Star" The Pirates finished Tyler balanced his sea- lege divisions. : '
.. with a 9-3 conferenceand This is the first tour- ;!d(, .-
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son 3-3 and a 2.72 .
-.L You D *'f HOT to Go to Towta h Get 10-6 overall recordin E.R,A. These men along JONES nament in the Tidewater

1961. To better this 31ST. STRAIGHT 60-yard Virginia area in several :
with Sam Powell .
(3.44)are :
; LOW PRICES record, coach Whaley is expected to carry on high hurdles star Hayes years and is expected to 'J1.; .
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records draw a
; dependent on his new- the bulk of the load as Jones set two I .

comers to supplement the the Pirates are figuredto the recent annual Chicago of outstanding r ; ,"

4 On Your vetern strength of Lio- pace the CIAA base- Daily New Games when he players throughout the I .
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I nel Stephens Garrel ball race. scored his 31st straightwin Fastern District which 1

.' NEEDS ': Hartman Tracy Newman Hartman third and clipped a tenth extends from New York 1 1 l ...
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Si and Joe Tyler. Newman< at shortstop of a second-at 6.9fromthe : to Virginia. oJ
1 ': : indoor mark which he
Stephens led the team William Carver catchingand
.' z.. -' ':: :Trod With Your Neighborhood Drat Star ''In batting last year Stephens in center- shared with Milt Campbell White Signed
$1WIU MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISED IN YOU L CAL PAHRW
"-. with a .346 average and field .
'. ."Deliver-We Ato 'iUAlI Doctors' Preetxi l+eesDixf are nailing down klJ
1" i is named by Whaley ,as .their positions with Injured;.. Finger I r.f

1 one of the outstanding great_ ..0Ppos 1 t Ion from

; ; f, Pharmacy Pirates to watch Hartman none, freshmen who according Benched Sanders KEN KNIGHT -

: a .377 hitter, led to coach Whaley BOSTON Mass. Boston Invites You To Listen To -; "

.:t;. the team last season in demonstrate seemingly Celtics reserve corner-
:3 1382 KINGS ROAD et MYRTLE AYiNUf home-runs, triples and effortless ability. man Ton Sanders who dis- ttKNIGHT TRAIN"At

-'i t=: -' PHONES IL J.5597.9I' -, -total bases and is expected .Clareace Pearson, Hasp- located the little ;,' J: "" .
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-tf = ; present finger on his right HUBIE WHITE At 7:00 p.m. Nightly1400WRHC1400-

}*AY YOUR LIGHT WATIIt AND TVJHaia3 ..-t. -.'in the Pirates standing aetl.y. at first base prior to the playoffswith NEW YORK The Philadel- I

;' >.- BILLS AT OUR 5TORI this year This season's -filling the gap left by the Philadelphia phia Warrior added to

"'."" -'t-. ,. '.._ _- Captain, Tracy Neman is 'Bl WOod Thornton. _Warriors. Hubie White and Kansas*
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BILL VEECKas JOSH GIBSON OSCAR C HAP L F S TON J A C KIF ROBINSON BULLET ROGAN FRANK DUNCAN W ILL A R D BROWN 'J. .

he related the factsto lee, late owner of the "but I struck him out." ways felt I should have best of them. 'The Wilbur 'Bullet Rogan was Paige when they .fife? '-

a friend: Bill Veeck Pittsburgh Crawfords During one of 'Satch's beaten him there. only thing that kept kept out of the big time teammates. All of these'. ;

I one time owner of the Johnny Vfilkerson and Tom stints with the Mon- Another one of Paige'steammates Oscar Charleston our of by the same barrier and many more receiv'.. .... ., .
; r. Cleveland Indians and the Y. Baird former co-own- archs here, there was a with the Monarchs organized baseball was 'Satch' says he could many gracious lines' lS'" 1. ..t!
St. Louis Browns ers of the Kansas City fella' named Jackie was Willard B r l lengttfbook
gave young .own. the color of his skin, really fog them over. the first full '
him his two big chancesin Monarchs. Josh Gibson is Robinson, who could real- who finally made it to the same thing that kept Frank Duncan, a former ever published about /

the major leagues. Batch's hero as a. hit ly run the bases. "He the St. Louis Browns an me out until I shad Monarch's catcher and one of the greatest* '

Satch also acknowledgedthe ter; 'he was'the greatest bear me to the majors, who 'Satch' said 'could pitched way over 20 manager was always a pitchers that ever lived l1

t., effort of Gus Green- says 'Satch, saia J Leroy. 'but I al- field and hit with the years," relates 'Satch.' steadying influence to Leroy 'Satchel' Paige.
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Y' Seeks Divorce Get ChanceWith : J!
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;:t Motley, former star PlayersNEW 1. NEW YORK When he took '

; ;. r1wii" YORK In a pre- Halfback Tom- an easy 10-round .,
.''_':4 ;>>' : fullback with the Cleve- decision
season poll of major lea- ie" b.y my Watkins, ClevelandBrown's over hard hitting Heo/jr t
LEROY (SATCHEL) PAIGE land Browns was sued for .
divorce recently by his gue baseball players con- speedy halfback: Hank of Detroit here recently -
ALL OF THESE AND MANY ducted in the May issueof a 'wn t top National Football middleweight cqn- t
wife of 20 years, EulaC.
MORE. Fach one of these Motley. Sport Magazine Mic- Vasst. 1A League passer Milt Plum tender Dick Tiger took a.,

fabulous former baseball Mrs. Motley, whose peti- key Mantle was named the of and Dave Lloyd were big leap toward his one/:' .4

people played a big part favorite to receive the A traded by the Browns to ambition, a shot at the .
tion was filed in Common ) haxMr
in Leroy 'Satchel' American home f the Detroit Lions.
)
League run 160-pound crown.
Pleas Court by Atty. t
Paige's climb to the top title and the Most In return, the Browns '1 would like to fight '.
William R. Fairgrieve
during the years he charged extreme cruelty Valuable player Award.A i'n received quarterback Jim Gene Fullmer for the

pitched all over the and gross neglect. They total of 290 managers, Ninowski, Bill Glass and championship, Tiger

United States and some have three sons. players and coaches pol- ,4 w sF Hopalong Cassidy. Detro- said after the scrap in .

near by Islands. According salesman led also picked the J V'Ii t it's coach George Wilson which no official gav a'- ,
Motley, now a
to the latest Co. Yankees to win the said the trade will bol- Hank more than one round .,
with James Barclay & ,
book written about Ltd, has also been a American League and the ster the Lions offense. on their respective '.

''Satch,' entitled; 'May- mailman since leaving the Los Angeles Dodgers to Wilson rates Watkins as official score cards.

be I'll Pitch Forever" terowns. cop their respective an excellent ball carrierAt 'I think '! could make ..
Cleveland, Watkinswas .
Jackson's Fist pennants this year. things interesting. = ,
Grid Star Sues Results of the recent forced to play sub- Tiger is believed to, be >r '
Bring ChargesNEW stitute to Jim Brown and '
poll appearing in Sport'srevealed one of the best middleweights /-
that Mantle became expendable when in the ring to-
YORK Tommy (Hur- For Back InjuryLOS
ricane) Jackson has a drew 177 votes for home- the Browns signed Ernie day. Against the hard .-
.
date with Magistrate JohnJ. ANGELES Former run champion: Roger Davis. hitting Hank, he was -at :

O'Brien to answer All-American grid star Marls 55; Baltimore N.i The Browns also traded his best, thwarting ev f tat '.

charges growing out of james Edward pace, U. of Oriole's Jim Gentle, 17; > r< Bobby Mitchell to Washington attempt by Hank to land! "' '!
Al .C.
the alleged assault ofWulliam. M ichi gan' s '57 outstanding and Detroit's Rocky Col- i Xa y. one of his heralded K o '

J. McLaughlin. draftee of the avito, 16. >:. ? 3 Weekly Boxing Slate punches. J l' J. '

MCLaughlin said he was San Francisco 49ers of In the balloting for the .. .-.- ... --. ,
struck twice by Jackson, the NFL is suing the Most Valuable Player FRIDAY At Rome, Duilio I ,.J.I

the second blow sendinghim team for $250,000.The Award, Mantel received Loi, Italy, vs Jethro Watch This CJn W li :

to Queens GEneral court 'action, filed 205 of 279 votes cast Cason, Philadelphia j 42-27-5-724 ..1

Hospital for treatment ofa through the law firm of while Maris drew only junior welters, 10 (non- I 293-8-I85-1 :.A: ,

concussion and bruises. Gordon, Schaffer five. This placed last title). .

year s homerun king in a eS SATURDAY: AT San Jose, 1 .. 6t.\/ "r. f
1' seventh-place tie with Calif. Luis Molina. San 4 3 '

WHEN YOU ARF. ILL his teammate Elston Howard d Jose, vs Kenny Lane, Mus- 2 '94 :.

'You Seek The Best Doctor kegon, Mich., lights, 10. t'
4r .
When Your Doctor PrescribesGet Detroit s Al Kaline was At Lima, Peru, Von Clay, 13-38-59 f '" i ., .-

Experienced pharmacists second to Mantle in the EVIIENCED by long standing ovation tendered him in Miami during a recent Philadelphia, vs Mauro 77-12-46 'f.,'*'. a,,
.
.According to Your. Doctor's MVP voting with 18 votes exhibition game between the Dodgers and the Baltimore Orioles, former Mina, Peru, light hea- Sometimes he'a; up .ti.I.". .. '

Orders. We Use Only and second in the bal- catcher Roy Campanella's popularity remains on a high level with the vies, 10.SUNDAY Sometimes he's dam i' .

The Best Quality Drugs loting for leading hit- nation's sports fans. ''Campy," who won the National League's Most Valu- : At Stockhold, ." ....t: ., 1."
He :
adds, subtracts J.
able player award three different years, is shown with an old friend, 1 .
Pr. C. E. BlackProprietor ter with 87 votes to Buzzi Bavasi, Los Angeles Dodgers' general manager. Ingemar Johanson, Sweden, He words it all a roW4,4os k
Mantle's 90.UNDERDOG vs Wim Snoek, Holland, ,

", .'':-;:; 's '.' heavies, 10. 141-33-354 r
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of the vote casters Emlcn _f.
\ COJiiPL TF LINF OF Many Tunell .

Cosmetics Rubber Goods r.ntidies SundriesPRESCRIPTION attribute Mantle's vote 'I ;". Taste the sunny morning flavor of.. .'; : :} ;.$ 'c IJ'chen1eq
appeal to his statusas '
new
; "tflJT FOP AM. OSL 'R1'D Retires Spikes :4- : :
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"the underdog, an .
<'7' f':' .; ,'..,)
-. Store'i emotional pull for him MILWAUKEE, Wis. After ; '

Lilly's Drug was evident in severalof 14 years of glittering << .; ; :. ii

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the ballots, such as play as one of the top : .,. I < ::,
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: 1907 KINGS ROAD EL 3-8276 one a National League defensive backs In the "'''- .r a, / I

rookie wrote, 'Hopin National Football League \ :".'j' -
for Mantle. 40-year-old Emlen Tun- 0 &
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In the pitching category nell has announced, ..; .I.,
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Mr Yankees' Whitey "I've had it. ., ; ,.A-..'S' ., }";'Ij.d &J.-.
Ford received 149% of Tunnell who the 'I -:: "" .: 1
joined '
; .''f > : ::l :,:. ;, .
264 votes. Frank Lary of New York Giants in 1948 :... .. .,Vir.," ..

'Detroit was second with spent the most of his ", l\ ,y "HI, I'M SUNNY '1.. ." _.,i.I".
63 votes career with that club I 'wS 1r THE JCHENLEV ROOSTER"J''

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before joining ;,! t i For sunny cheer in added measure .: ;
Titans Get Green Bap Packers in ', Just Qtve-or serve-thls whisky treasure"
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NEW YORK Harry Wismer, Tunnell will still remain Yii

." colorful president of the close to the game : I J ..4:.,: ..n,.a" .,.-.!,

- t xx'Y New York Titans announced In a unique arrangement', :-i ":;:-,,_ 0,1..

several team changes for which has been approved'by p.-'';: .> I
'
the coming season duringa the league commis- -'.. -* o.,;>- 2t
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/ Already inked to new While seeing only 1'S. v...
t'u K u 4 with 1-. :;} ...
contracts are the new limited service -OK\.l.
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coach, Clyde (Bulldog) the Packers last year,_ : #\.l'.,
Turner and his r; w t. S ,:
new Tunnell was given credit,; ;' ": \,

publicist Murray Goodman. for the development ofillie ... : ;t.} .
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under !W
New players con- Wood into a j: ;:
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Dorov,, Ed Songin, Mjke old position with the ':".*, .y rr L ,

udock and Mel West, a NFL champion.A f::' '. (J.+;..

speedy halfback from the favorite with both it rY .

iversity of Missouri.The the fans and players -
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team will start alike since joining the : .- "
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Houston Oilers in Hous- special problems.One \ 1,

: "Jacksonvillearber : ton. of the game's all- '
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fi;' Wismer said that the time greats TunnelL J: ',:$*:.(., Schenley Is a better whisky because every drop of

.'. c Titans have received holds NFL records for straight whisky in Schenley is aged over 8 years

College Inc. $100.000 guarantee for interceptions, 80 in 13 x < and blended with choice rain neutral spirits.This .Y ,,,/ ; ,
: makes itawonderful whisky...earfra smooth extra '' ,.
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DRIVE ENDS SUCCESSFULLY---The James Weldon Johnson 'Y' s' annual membership drive ended most successfully Rev. F. T. McAdoo Mrs. Ann McGee William S. Hunter. Ezekiel Bryant. Mrs. Sallye Mathis and Mrs.

according. to its sponsors. projected under a major league baseball theme, six team complementedthe Erma Ward. In photo (extreme left) Clifford Norten. business manager of the Nasitra Club presents

keen-spirited competition with Ezekiel Bryant's Dogers copping first place; Melvine Brown's;' Yankees $50-check to the Buddy Club while I. H. ,Burney II, (left) chairman of, the board; L. M. Argrett membership -

indinas; Walter H. White's Reds; Roland Gibson's Tigers and Dean Charles Williams'finishing chairman and Thomas B. Hargrave the YMCA's executive secretary looks on.
John Myers
Giants; .. in respective order. Members of the winners division included: Mrs. Hazel Tisdale (Baker photos).
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-- : Royal Arch' Masons Officials OkayGibbs Ufdtr Speaks I

.Royal" Coin Crown : State Oratorical DEADLINE Minus One Merger Talks Will Begin Soon .

,
Finals Here Monday CollegeST. R. CHUCK CharlesMr. WASHINGTON D.C. -First work talks. Participating -
WANTED By ( ) full-scale meeting for also will be repre-

.WANTFUt-I Pales Anent programmed annual to PETERSBURG Fla. F. McNasty devoted a goodly portion of the exploratory discussionof sentatives of the
give high school seniors'an
Male or Female to sell I Formal notification of other afternoon discussing the gutter. t.s the Presbyterianmerger United PresbyterianChurch

Choir Gowns to 'Church o opportunity to prepare Gibbs junior saccreditation the draw-b, of human enterprises ,he said, proposal for in the U.S.A. ,
and present their I
and school Choral by the four Protestant others from the United
gazing
across Ashley street with an expression of
/ Groups-no capital views on pertinent issues State Department of Edu- ;A. a alcholic complacency. here would culture be churches were held here Church of Christ, and
during' these times
required-can be handledon cation was received Monday and Tuesday, the Methodist Commission -
recently without it? Or government? Or politics? where
the
part time basis. Royal Arch Mao fcy college of- would mankind be?" Monday and Tuesday. on Church Union.Dr. .

Reference required. For the Royal Arch Masons ficials. McNasty who is eminently qualified to discuss April 9 and 10 at Wash- Eugene Carson

.commission data and tull annual oratorical Con- Frank Pierce, coordinator the gutter, continued expansively: "The man who ington Cathedral. Blake, stated clerk o:

details write the C.F. : test will be held Monday of the program drags himself up from the gutter of life performsa The Episcopal Church's the United Presbyterian

WARD CXMPANY-Manufactur-' : night at 8 p.m. in Masonic forself-study, evalua drama of suffering, sacrifice and calculation entire joint Commission Church first proposeda

er-'P.O. Box 85, New : Temple's Audi tion and accreditation, .f worthy of admiration-however grudgingly expressed.Few Approaches, to Unity merger on December 4,

London, phio.EXCLUSIVE. I torium. disclosed that the College % w9 succeed will represent that 1960 in a sermon on
men in dragging themselves up from '
-- ': Student speakers scheduled has now made appli- Junius A Bowman the few church in the ground- Grace Episcopal Church,
gutter. Perhaps men wish to succeed. The San Francisco.
OFFER I for cation for evaluationand Executive
appearances Director of
gutter has a maternal warmth that vanishes once a ,- .
will represent MatthewW. subsequent accredi- the Jacksonville ;-- --
: Urban
man has truly risen to his feet. Success after
Bathrooms Gilbert and Douglas tation by the Southern League, was asked by
all is just another word for loneliness. All men
J\\
Anderson High School, Association of Collegesand this newspaper why the fear lonelines. Moncrief Drive.ln

Jacksonville; Pine Secondary Schools.He Jax UL was separatedfrom
McNasty shifted on the narrow edge of the soda--
:.. j? DR- Forest, Callahan; peck, and other College the Community Chest
I crate he for stool, before continuing
was using a : "
painting Fernandina; Lake Shore, officials hope that this United Campaign Fund.
Fene- 'Poverty? Naw. It has nothing to do with the gut- Fruit Market45th !
Bell Glade; Douglass will take place the end ANSWER: The Local Urban
0 ter. The gutter is not a place. It's not even a
Screen Enclosures Live Oak; Howard, Ocala of the school year. League had its beginningin
place. It's not even a condition. It's an area of
0 Garages Phyllis Wheatley, Apopka Just five years old, 1947. after a survey & Moncnefie
( universal culture; an ideology. Many gutterpeoplehave
i Lincoln, Gainesville and the Institution has was conducted by the
i no, money worries at all; others are beyond
0 Mile
Aluminum Siding Jewett, Winter Haven. wasted no time in attempting Community Planning Motley Proprietor '
caring about their penury beyond acquiring the
lip to 10 Years Some of the topics to to gain state Council. The survey, entitled -
basic fuels for continued existence. It has nothing -
: be discussed will include and regional accreditation "JacksonvilleLooks For Free Delivery Open Daily
Ho Money Down to do with economics. It is a state of mindthat
: "I'm Proud to Bea which may make the At its Negro COm- I t -
AE Work Guaranteed Negro;' tne Nation institution the first munity" came directly can exist in pauper or .president." alike. It Gall PO 5-9287 7 a.m.' to 12_ p.m....
the sojl.
is the community of
under God." 'Accent in public-support Negro after the close of '
'Consolidate AD ions Bills Somebody burst out laughing. McNasty waited, Weekend Special' I
'
Ethical Values; Junior college so World War II, when it
smiling patiently until the risibility has sub-
Pay Only. One Note 'Knowledge of Space Fs- honored. was felt that somethinghad CRACKLING lb.
sided, then he said: "I prophesy that the day
sential to our Future;" .Above and beyond the to be done to cor-
Free Estimation
will come when the universities of the world will
'The Negro See His verbal report made ,by rect the inadequaciesthat
Associated Construction be compelled to offer courses in gutterologj. it HERSHEY
Future in the Techneo- the State Evaluators existed in the
Company logical World; and during a public meeting Negro community. is inevitable. How else w tild future generationsbe
able to with the problems of their time 89
1423 DAVIS ST. EL5-9594 'Youth.' Wants World at the College last Programs were created unless they cope have a more intimate understandingthan SUGAR C C151b
month, the administration
-v- ....l..f.ace.i covering the areas o
we of the processes that make men what they
and faculty and housing, education,
ELECT are? Men are the products of their time--not of $
staff took note of
and drainage,
several other sewage other ,men. They are, too. the victim of their own with $5.00 or more food order
complimen-
Clyde M. pavement, vocational
weakness end Ignorance--not of other men.
tary remarks recordedfor industrial
guidance,
"Gutter-people understand these things. Not large WHITINiI5T
State Department relations
employmentand
"Still there is
academically but instinctively.
Saucersr.CONSTABLE
.
perusal.The
other activities
no other way of d dng it. The ideology of the
State Department including child welfare. gutter must be made bookish and handed back to the l an

recognized from findingsthat theevaluators' For nine years the very same people who, once upon a time, drug them- PORK CHOPS $1 1 00
Local Urban League exis- "
District selves up from the mick of the sea. .
Gibbs Junior College Community'Chest
ted in the
Th-r-( Vc -1'flI"I-; "After all, the sea was the first gutter, 10 for

for /:"."/,,".,-//,-,. theoretically provides sound"a united Campaign wasn't it? And it still is, isn't it?." MINUTE
Fund. nine ,
: For years
McNasty waited, but nobody laughed. STAKES

:: Your vote and Support Appreciated three-track curriculum'that the Local Urban League ---- -- -- ,--,_ ._, and Cutelender 10 for 0
is designed to meet activeparticipated ,- --- r -- --

.Paid Political Adv. the needs of its stu- and contributed to,the STRAN1 Sunday thru Sat. Send or Bring Your Beef
'
'
dents. social and racial SALUTING/ THE CIVIL WAR CENTENNIAL!
In the area of instruction LIVER
maturing process of this 1MtN..tory/' New* In To The $1.00
Black Pat. While Calf the State city. millionsi tM thrill
Department's report recorded However, with the in- \ 3 Ihs.

$6.99 $7.99 the evidence of creasement of civil CAm( FLORIDASTAR Small

continuous professional rights activity in the : WIND SpareRIBS

growth as: the College federal courts, there OARKGABIE / 4901b!
requirement that instructors -
appeared an avalanche of Y YIENIBGHRIISEVELT > ROOM FOR RENT

gain additional controversial propa- IW HCfi\ iUvdePJmI.HD Neatly Furnished Rooms HOT COOIJTR
college study ganda issued by hate
-Hot & Cold Water- |
every five years; month 5
groups. Pressures were Sunday Urn Kitchen Priveleges- SAUSAGE 9C
ly 'professional' facul-
brought the Com-
upon Toes. I6.
Single Women or Couples:
meetings conducted
ty by munity Chest United

designated departments. Campaign Fund. .Susan I ftumin.r* 1728 Grunthal StreetJohnnie's GROUND BEEF

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