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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
January 21, 1961
Publication Date:


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


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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
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notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
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Preceded by:
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occurred at approximately 11:30 :(shown aboveall photographed'at 'the accident scene are by Ouval County patrolmen. The fourth passengcrWillic
cident of the new :year / Frank ( 18 of 5218 Avenue C.. was treated. Duval
last Saturday night when three of four occupants from left: Wilson Akins,18of Jp,65 W. 40th St.Berry L. Maxey, ,
p.ra' of 2979 Snowdrop C of the car ana Medical Center for minor injuries and later released.
r in speeding car in the 4600 block of Moncrief Road Grooms,30, Courtdriver ; PHOTOS
died when the car struck a bridge abutr<,nt:hurling three George Haywood,30, of 5231 Avenue C., whose. body wasn't (
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. 10-No.67-- : a. a mmmtmmmf. Saturday J.flUzu. 1961 15"Cents. Against Dept. Store

. Boy -Shot To' Death Little Patricia Ann 'Fair'* Store Worker

Parents To Criminal Court Charged With

An official }t Duval Medical; Center stated Assault
Thursday that little 8-year old Patricia Ann on GirlA

While Walking Pet Dog Pickens, whose parents John and Hattie Pickens suit seeking

were found guilty of brutally mistreating thechild $50,000 in damages

during a trial last Friday morning in against the J.C.Penney
Juvenile Judge Lamar Wlnegeart's court,condi-
lawmen_ Hunt For CluesIn Star Photographer Saves tion is now listed as "fair'. Store,320 been HoganStreethas filed i n

I The hospital spokesman bond.r Duval Circuit
$250iOO County
9-Year Old's Death Man As Crowd Looks,: On revealed that When questioned sev- Court by Atty. Ernest'
'Patricia Annts case D. Jacksonrepresenting -
Althouth local;. homicide investigators have r While a crowd estimated at nearly'f!100 people has resulted in numerous a father who
looked Billy BrownSTAR staff pn&tographer daily phone calls charges that his teen-
,been conducting. an around the clock investigation on, l.
since early last Friday nightno clues had pulled two auto crash victims from tne: icy Ribault from persons sympathetically age daughter. was assaulted -

'been found having anyoearing on, the mysterious; River, and :is credited with- |aving the interestedin at the store
the, child's case.
old Leonard ,McKenzie when ,life of one. -: by an employee of the
gun-slaying ,of 9-year && ?i
-. The episode occurred [ covered by Br n later Dolls,and other gifts firm on Dec.3 of last
ress. .. .
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G K Saturday ni gt- .died from injuries r. year.
incident Lasg .
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occurred-tragic shortly after \ ........nui.'I; : -approximafcely'll:30p.uu"vhenacar r.receiveaiitzt; _.. hospital forthe child, The plaintiff,Uobcrt
: 'occupied -' Durlri'gthe ,one-maxf: zt' a s odi'sc1 ascd __ : -E.Carter.Sr. of 1456
8 Friday night, -. :. '
p.m. ? :: Duval Sheriff "
; County
.< ;{est 7th St. charges
rescue it
Jan. 13 when Leonard < "" '-'" '" by four men operations,
left the family's 719 tIt..':. ->- : \\ crashed into a bridge is reported that cries Dale Carson's office that his daughterIma'
has received letters
Venus" :Mars Court residence .>. abutment in the 4600 for help were heard Josephine Carter, was
; to.take his dog ,-:"' t tI block of Moncrief Rd., from the third.-man, from people as far a- MRS HATTIE PICK xs shopping at the store

,for a short walk. The I s Ed i iI .hurling three of .'the butno one in the way as Illinois and ....$5,000.00 Kond; when an employee approached -
boy's body was found I I car's occupants into large gathering except Michigan seeking to Miss Carter,
\ help the tot in andtreated
any snatched her -
the river. Brown made effortto
short distance from any '
the a house by his l !l BroWn,who was in the go. to the aid of way possible. her roughly..twisted
that time the victims The third the plaintiff's arm,
grandfather,Dan Elliot. vicinity at To Criminal Court _
behind her b'nck causing
When Leonard failedto E rushed to the scene man's body was. recovered .Patricia's mother,
return hone a short and dragged one man at about 3:30 Hattie Picke,folio-, extreme pain to the

time l ter,Elliot: said to shore from under p.m.Sunday by Patrolmen a hearing before Juvenile young lady and causingher
and the J.H.Roundtree and Lamar to fall tearfullyto
he became alarmed and the bridge Judge
went to look for the other from the river.Willie H.H.Westley under the Winegeartundercharges. the floor.
lad.Elliot told homicide Frank Maxey, supervision, of Duval of aggravated assault The defendant is also
detective Sgts. 18of 5218 Avenue C., County Patrol Lt.D.D. and unlawfully depriving charged with cursingthe
Leon LEONARD ICKEKZIE the other man rescuedby Thenolls. the child of necessary plaintiff during
Ed. Corley ...Murder Unsolved F which time she suffered
Hamway that he had Brown was immediate Victims of the crash food,treatMent,
heard something which According homicide ly taken to Duval wer :Berry' L. Grooms, and medical care,was both extreme pain andcmbarrassmcntresu1.ting

sounded like a shot Lt. A. 0. Jolmsonthe Medical Center wherehe 30, of 2979 Snowdrop bound over to Criminal JOHN PICKS N3
was struckin was treated for Court jGeopgcciHaywood, Court under in her becoming very
but paid no attentionto youngster r $5,000bond ..$250.00 Cond I
it. the shoulder by a injuries andlater released 23of'S281 Avenue JC.; nervous
The officers rlso large calibre bullet .! The other,.man and Wilson akin, 18, The -father,John Pickers era! times during the The suit also declares

reported that Leonardos which penetrated K whose body was re- ..of:. '2165. W. 40th $t.- also facing trial along trial by judge. Wingeart that the defendant,
neck. .. whether they wished serving in an
his found
twin brother Leonwhowas through with hiswife was
Court Grants Rev. Gibson60"Day representation by counsel capacity as a firm employee
in the bedroom of The victim is the \ guilty of contributingto .
the house at that time son of Mr and Mrs the delinquency ofa both parents refused } ,
said that he did not Lonnie Vereen. and is Sentence ,Stay minor and bound over the judge's of- unlawfully assaultedand
hear the shot.Witnesses survived by his twin to Criminal under fer. beat the plaimtiffto f.the
the damage ,
brother Leon Lawrence
reported He TALLAHASEE-Although the Florida State Supreme 'plaintiff ,in the sum
and Vereen. Gilbert Student
hearing a shot which refused consider a rehearingin Bill '
third grade Court Tuesday to Segregation of S5 ,OOO. .
a .
broke a window at 721 was the case of-Rev. Theodore T. Gibson, Miami Shoots Self By
Venus Mars Court and student at Darnell- NAACP president convicted to serve a six months Support SoughtTALLAHASSEEA son came into posses-

also heard someone Cookman school. sentence for contempt of court.,the
I stated that he would did, grant the minister a 60-day sentance stayto ,State old Matthew
Gov. Bryant operate his office allow his attorneys time to carry out an representative said W.Gilbert High

under the same amount appeal to_the.. U.S. Supreme Court., Monday that he plansto School student was pronounced
Seeks Racial as Collins. on uec. 20the statehigh make an all-out dead on arrival -

Bryant's budget request court upheld Rev. ,records, upheld Judge effort to have the Medical Center
Unit Funds seeks $800 more Gibson conviction of ''Walter's sentencingof 1961 Legislature over- after a gun which he : .
for salaries than did contempt byLeon County minister to six ride former Gov.LeRoy I had been reportedly J
TALLAHASSEEGovernorFarris the Collins' adminis- Circuit JudgeW.Walker months in jail and Collins' turning down playing'with went off' ,
Bryant submitted tration but asks when the minister refused levying of a $1,200 of a bill which would accidentally. ii
within a bud- $1,000 less for the to turn over fine. sell racial segrega- Willie Julius Jones

get ,request Monday race relations commission NAACP membership In the case of Rev tion to the North.. according to his fath

$17,000. in funds to records to &' egis- Edward Graham,: former State Rep. V.H.Reedy erTaft Jones, awoke -
be used for "race re- lative investigating Miami,:, chapter NAACP of Lake County said his father between 11 _
lations" during thenext Magazine Cites cocmittee reportedlyinvestigating president.Mhowas also that he was confident 'and 11:30 o'clock stating :'
two yearsit was infiltration tried: at the same time mustering enougi votes f .that he had been : f'
announced. Dismissed Prof., of cosnunists as Rev. Gibson, the to repass a $500,000 shot.
Stating previously into the Miami National state. Supreme Court bill to Hr. Jones stated that
chat he would set Association for fundraising called
up threw out charges a- .he immediately
a race relations commission A Former Florida A&M the Advancement of gainst Graham also sell racial segregation the police who rushed

similar to the University professor, Colored People chapter convicted by Judge *' Gov. Collinsin his son to the hospi. WILLIE JULIUS JONBSAccidental
one established under Richard Haleyhas been vetoing 'the measure, tal. Fatality
-Walker for refusingto
called it "a waste of:" .
Gov.Collins,which was named o n e of the Ten The Florida Supreme reve -whether he. money *'! The father further youth was a second
dropped when- the new 'Americans t o watch in J Court in ,ruling that was" a member of:.the .taxpayers Gov.Farris Bryant* has'; ': stated that he did not A year student. at the

governor took over his 1961 Pageant: Magazine Jlev Gibson,l ust turnover NAACP. ... I offered no coraent. own a gun and' had no senior; high .school., .
.in its February issue 1 *. idea when or where his'
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P.. O.'. Box I .591. Jacksonville Ie 1, Florida which manufactures voting machines says that

f. JIirJc 0. SIscn ...'.,.........'..........................."...EdKor _...."'"!. Josef Stalin considered buying some of the
:Jotetson...........>..... ..'...............'..NeStaff. ; .. ="" =-:: machines at one timeBut the deal fell through
:::;!XIW! Woeta.'. t;:..;...R..... ..........'...Clr laU. aDept., ; x probably .because the Qld. Russian strongman

s JJ,....:,,......-..:-..,:-!f... liked to do his own lever pulling." .
of Associated Negro Press .. .,; .
Member "
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One Year, $5.0$; Half Tear; fS.00; Shree Months -'.. DI 4/ '\
but factS
State offer the Cuban people
i JIaBe4 TO You, Anywhere la. The United l ,: r -
: lDA4ftDtA 8eI4 CIaeGIm or Moaey Order To that he is power, Castro has sought to make

1RLOKDA'STAR-P. O. BOX 681WACKSONVILLB. 1, FLORIDA 1-L4 :; ? $ .. hating America a positive' policy....
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"Again, America and all free lands must hope

Racket / t rf s. that, as it becomes daily clearer hedoes
the Tax
;'Emergency" 1 S not serve those aspirations but only his ownand

3 the Communists1, the Cuban people will repulse -
When World War II came .along the Congresspassed' him and cast him into the oblivion where

a number of "emergency" tax measures to all political fakers andpetty tyrants belong."

help finance the war. Since then the "emergency71

taxes on various items have been extended year ;. ALTOONA, PA.MIRROR: "Excluding taxesthe price '-4

after year. /.f = 'f of a gallon of gasoline is_ less than a third

The term emergency tax. has been used by congress 1 .. as much as the price of a gallon of distilled

instead of "sales" tax because the sales Iij L ANTI- hi! water ((75 cents),less than one-ninth as muchas

tax idea was not. popular. Therefore limited CIVIL the price of a gallon of ginger ale$1.83)( ),
of industries were penalized with high "emer- I and less than 'a tenth as much as the price ofa

gency" taxes instead of low general sales taxes.' j.L1iTILL = RIGNT sA .gallon of beerabout $2excluding taxes)."
The latest ,example of the "emergency" tax 4

racket 'is the one-cent additional federal gastax OJAI, CALIF.,NmiS: "When most of us think of a

enacted last year with the provision that: .- p-' --- Texan we're inclined to think of a man with a

it would expire next June 3Oth.A move is under- f" '..... big hat, a bigger roll of greenbacks,and well-

way to continue the tax and even increase, it &., .AT LARGE. DEFMIING.TIIE..... PRESTIGE..- OF OUR COUNTRY to-well carpeting. This business of drillingfor

above the, present federal tax of four cents a ; ,. '" '. oil, however, is not all peaches and cream

gallon. State gas taxes range from three to '

seven cents a 'gallon not counting 'state" sales '.- .: -
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t and local taxes. In other words, state and -

federal, "sales" taxes, on a necessity are some .: ': -i: Your Weekly ,.: : ; ; : '

.50 per cent of the price of the product less .', ':< :' :' .< : ', ,,'. .: ; ;>;

taxes, $1.00 on every 10 gallons of gasoline.Is : 2:} : Horoscope GuideWHICH '" L i :
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it any wonder the worms (the taxpayers)are !. .."... ,i -" J, ,. :. ,
beginning to turn and no longer believe their :; '
law-makers when they talk about S .
temporary -
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taxes? It is time to call a spade a spade and ; ; '- '
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admit that most temporary or emergency taxes -: : >> > PABLO The ASTROLOGER '. :-
:Are just an ,excuse for permanent sales taxes, ; j.- _

which legislators are afraid to propose for -

fear of losing votes. S. -

The honest thing to do is to cut out such AiiM S. : Leo Scorpio I

subterfuges and if needs demand it,establish a Aquarius
general sales tax instead of socking a few industries .. :Born March 21st thru, April 19th Itm.,yly,23ri" thru Aug. 22nd Borrt Oct.24th thru Nov. 22nd

with sales taxes running fmnlO to 50 Win TUT prize. The 25th should see you Choose the moment. If you are faced ","Jan. 20th thru Ftb. 18 kTvtf
with telephones and Mist,coast. You have one more opening, on top of the world if you have, exerted 'with making aP your mind definitely ( the examples. You seem firmly convinced
as transportation
per C on fee 25th, to get on the bandwagon yourself sufficiently to see that no one about a projected alliance, study course, that you are on the right track
gasoline.The *of thoe who are prominent among people'ho gets there ahead of you. But do not take ''or anything else that monopolizes your but-you may have difficulties getting your
exorbitant tax on gasoline may be.t. he possess status. Conservatism continues anything for granted. The indications are ,thoughts at present, the 25th is the day mate or business associates to go along
straw that breaks the camel's back and brings to be the symbol of financial stability that overt and subversive attempts could when you should be favored by serious with your way of thinking. The 25th is
and true authority.. The rest/of the }rBe made to dislodge or to negate the, i should be guided
a halt to the deception practiced in the name you but excellent influences. The promises: your best day when you
month,'from the 28th on, takes on very- .,results have so painstakingly.achieved : intuition or past experience -
of "emergency" or "temporary"! taxes. :you made or received then have the best i strictly by your
confusing: .and disruptive facets. It wills) I.'(28th'thru 31st). Be particularly re- lessened
Tensions should
chances of being fulfilled, now or far in will not be;
The worms are turning against the temporary: 'take self-restrainttjnoVkeen!: domestic i
great[personal strained in order to safeguard your the future. Strange forces may be takingover arguments become heated to the explosive
tax racket.CiVfl J perceptive powers,.to, protect your material all: :or marital..relations., from the 28th thru 31st, and they point on she 28th-29th. You
of mind against
peace, are more apt to mislead and confuse you should first make sure that your goals are
the outside.
threats from .than .otherwise. attainable before you attempt to enlist the
Dimmed ly "-_*7i-.70 M 306. 90--8-15_.5.- 4r111. support you feel you require to reach
Rights Hopes them.
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By-R.lerra/OI/ filibuster_ Rule Taurus .. .

SagittariusBorn PiscesBorn
.Born.April 20th thru May 20th Virgo
Referral of the proposed changes in the Senate S S =. Nov. 23rd thru Dee.21st
Be /us/ The best time i to pass judgment Born Aug. 23rd thru Sept. 22nd Feb. 19th thru March, 20th
filibuster rule to the Senate rules committee, would be"the 25th when ,your sense of \Dtg in. It"is not enough to'win-a victory.: ''Recognize the enemy. The adoption of
voted by a close 50-46.on January 11,is at Signal ;fair play and innate wisdom are on solid Repel the enemy. Everything should pro- I'You must also take steps to protect it the wrong philosophies may provide the
from those Who voted for it that the 87th :ground. Hold your peace thereafter, as ceed according to 'your fondest hopes !!from the possiblecounterattacks of those strongest deterrent to the progress of
and from tHe} 23rd thru 25th. Once have who want an unearned share, or who
Congress does not intend to act: seriously on T ou could be placed under stress you may of it. jour lone-range projects. The possibility
Strain, and that is when you are not likely .set your heart on a certain course of I 'may have'intentions to despoil you of obtaining the right leads, and
'any civil rights legislation. jto.be as,reasonable as usual. Unexpected action select this date to make the positive The'.25th is just the right day to insure,,getting on the proper track, is offered
This was the judgment of NAACP Secretary Roy residential, family or economic upheavals'could commitments that will permit of no safety and protection by any means avail- only on the 25th. From then on, you
Wilkins in telegrams to Senate Majority Leader throw you off balance completelyon turning.., Should you fail to.take this pre- able to you. The situation starts to deteriorate risk going far astray, especially if you
Mike Mansfield and 22 other .Democratic and RePublican the 28th-29th. You should curb your caution while you have protection, you shortly afterwards, and yo [-are taking advice from the wrong people
Senators prior to the vote. 'ambition if it creates dissension in your may be in for a rather stormy period of. ,could be caught by a turn of events fo1which who may hqve their. own fish to fry (28th
Intimate and public associations! (30th- stress, strain and utter confusion. Should you jiave no ready answer (28th 31st).
"By burying (this issue)in the rules comnittee1 thru
under the adverse. J29th
31st everything go wrong, )
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the NAACP wire stated"this Congress is layingthe 16326450S8-492.

basis for action to the 4 ;--ea -70-65 -24-144. .
blocking any change -77-4 S-2o.-s27. ..1 '_:" 1-50 77-7-48-75-137 -
rules at the beginning of ,the 88th Congress in "

January, 1963." .. S -
The fear of the NAACP and of liberal Senators -- Libraern .
of' both parties who fought for a change in the Sept.'23rd tfirirOct 23nl Caprkoro ATTENTIONChurch S
rules this: month is that in January, 1963, the Gemini S

new President of the Senate,Vice President_ Lyn Born May 21. st thru June 21 tf Do not skills stray.toward Continue the establishment to exercise all of Do not deviate, The splendid planetary Reporters
your which have been in
influences corner Club
your Reporters
don B. Johnson, may not rule that the Senatecan :FiX y our odL Everything seems'to proceed ''the ends you have chosen as your next for quite a spell may be relied on only up Socialites J
. change rules by majority vote at the ,opening according to plan when you adhereto objective. You reinforce your chances of, .to the, 25th. Reinforce'your conservative
of the session.. the policies that were decided upon (Success when you.build a firm base from philosophies, keeping in mind that this is
Mr. Johnson has held in the past that t he during your more serious moments. You which to operate, or hi which you can the surest way to combat and overcome )end or Bring' Your New

Senate is a continuing body and is governed by could even strengthen them further,. on fend' safety when storms are brewing .the more unfavorable vibrations that are In To TheFLO'RIDA
the same rules from session 'to session. If he the 25th, with the help of your loved ((25th). Home and security building There proJects building up for the rest of the week The28th29th
ones, or the inner feelings that urge-you may come first at this time. are days when safeguards are
so rules in 1963 and if the Senate does not thereafter .. ,
.forward. But from then on, you may is a deterioration taking plaoj 'not in,the least superfluous, as threats tot :
vote to overrule him, any change in the fili- find yourself being swayed by the,spirit of ,and You-must take precautions* your pocketbook or other material assets Later ThanWEDNESDAY
buster' rule would be subject to the existing hesitancy, or the impulse to change your gan take the most unexpected forms.

tvorequirement.. }?last, ."" 1-10--21( -12-15-115 1 5-1O-99-12-97-579 NOON
Thus, a filibuster could be conducted in 1963'

against the motion to change the filibuster ,70-l-a-3 &- 00. .
rule. If by ,any chance the Senate ,rules" com- '
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mittee so bring forth a report at this session Cancer Days I Appeal For Dimes CampaignJoining I
or in 1962 calling fora change in the Health and Fortune Can Be Yours- :... !
22nd 1 ?
present rule, the adoption of such a report fern! JVM. ..22ml..1 An. July. _
will require a two-thirds .vote. of Sen ato rs VbTrtady- to decide. It-seems as if you When You Know your Lucky Days, Lucky" '
present. sfiould not put off the final decision asethers Colors Etc. ; ? -

The NAACP wire called the referral to the are not, always 'disposed! to wait ..,;" r
indefinitely. The 25th is the day when, Send 2.00 for ;
rules coonittee a repudiation both Republican .your .- ,.-
be demanded, .IZ"
a positive yes or no may '
f and Democratic ,platform pledges. aad you should be prepared to give it unreservedly. Horoscope Guide For >. \

The 46 votes against referral constituted the, : The opportunity! to mold yourf S February 4.. .
highest nuober ever secured by proponents of a f R fife"according to the pattern of your ,-<

change in rules in the skirmishes at the beginning dreftms is undoubtedly there.. There are Fill in the blank below and mai1to

: of new Congresses. In view of the opposition many disteirbiflg sign aad*_if break you faith dye into with ZODIAC. Post Office Box 561 %..

of the united Repuhl i can and Democratic, :your wtnrnMBn_ thru 31st Jacksonville 1 Florida ;r :. with important leaden appealing! for generous support of the
: who tnwt you (29th ). ,
.indicated 1961 New March Dimes are left to right: John.Sengstacke, Chicago
leaders' in the Senate the. 50-46 vote ,
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was ; .. ,. .. N. C, executive secretary North Carolina Teachers Association;
leader, Staator Mansfield, sude the setter .a : :: .
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,. I .... TJ. _i THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday, January 21, 1961

s 'r I:Wedding Bells:


sr6 '4 ,.,L i'-Davis..
Richmond 1424 E. 27th
: Br-
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:."2.Y-t. ""$. :'" .. 3t, 32 and"Tela M. Riley.'102 E.
LOUISE G. GUINYARD -- tate St, 35.
Marion R. Day, 5825 Paris Ave.,

.. ..' -.. 26 and Delores Brown 723 Odessa.
If Jf. St, 23.
.' '. .- : :: Henry Jphnson, 1117 W. Beaver
St, 65 and Leatha Hollins, 1117
The Jacksonville ,Alunnae Chapter of Delta! W. Beaver St., 44.

Sigma Theta Sorority has reason to be proud of, Albert J. Robinson, 5415 Bunchr.

recent activities of the group.Sorors,alt hough' ., 21 and Amanda Odom, 1702.
burdened with routine Seasonal 'activities involving W. 11th St, 19.

: their families, took) time out for a wq.j. Jos. H. Churchill, 518 W. Staley
1 Ave., Savannah, Ga., 22 and Alice,
motorcade to MaclenneyKLorida where they gave .. .. L. Sutton, 1914 N. Willow St,
a party for patients at the Northeast State .j. ,', T) ;.. ?: Tampa, Fla., 22? .
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Hospital. Both the patients and persons responsible "' ,,',"","' ;"'. .{ I Eugene Houston, 1402 HarpertS.
for the operation of the institution -<, ." :: .f. ., 22 and Robbie L. Bonner, 539
'were ,grateful to the Deltas and would welceneesimilar ,:'..:')-;':. 'j\, ; JA: : W. 2nd St,'20.
: Vivian C. Reid, 144 Osceola St,
acts by other groups or individuals. '3 ., ... Tallahassee, Fla., 58 and GladysM.
,The Juvenile Shelter was also included in Sanders, 2728 Davis St., 49.
Delta's tour, and members visited the shelterand John C. Thomas, 926 W. Duval
entertained children who. were confined to S St, 26 and Ida R. Williams, 1494
Logan St, 18.
'''the shelter at that time < ; J 4. Albert V. Long, 1511 MorganSt.

I am always happy to report such activities]ito VV : 28 and Irene M. Chester, 658

the public as it helps to dispel the idea N. Lincoln Ct, 16.

that social clubs are maintained purely for' Henry A. McNair-5234 Buick
selfish srJ Ave., 36 and Catherine H. Hooks,
reasons. 5234 Buick
Ave., 35.
;* # # # -.._.- r-"...c_... I Henry E. Brooks. 4333 DetailleDr.
Gamna Rho Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha ., 21 and Elmerine Davis, 270

Sorority held a meeting Saturday afternoon in ANNUAL AFTER XMAS DINNER PARTY- -The Aitonia and Adorable Ladies Social and Savings Clubs I Claude St, 21.

the home of Mrs. Vivian Ingrain's Dewitt Street jointly observed their annual post holiday event recently at Daniels College Inn. Members Johnny Cunningham, Jr., 21

home. Sorors are concerning themselves with exchanged gifts _and a most pleasant evening was enjoyed by members and guests.1-Iembers and'guests I i and Road Beulah, Augusta Smith, 753 Ga.,Washington 19. -

plans for "Founders, Day" observance scheduled of the. Adorable Ladies seated on right are: Mrs. Adella Williams, vice president; Cleveland Hines, 883 Van Bu-

,': for Sunday, January 29, in West Union Baptist Mrs. Annie Mae KirHandsinking fund. treasurerMrs.Jaeanie Lee Campbell,recording secretary ren St., 22 and Geraldine Clark,

Church, corner Acorn and Logan streets.Speaker. Mrs. Annie Miller, sick committee chairman; Mrs. Singleton, }frs'. Mary Truelovetreasurer; .(1021 Curtis E. 1st Parker St.,.,17.942 Oakley St,
for the occasion will be Mrs. Blake and Mrs. Annie Marshall Members and
Margaret chaplain. guests of the Aitonia Club seated on left 20 and Elizaabeth Chatman, 1133
Assistant Principal of Blake High SchoC ,Tampa are: J. C. 'Smith; Mrs. Mamie Robinson, president; Mrs. Katie Wilson, vice president; Mrs. Jessie St, 15.

Florida, and past chairman of AKA's National Ruby Pearl Tarver; Mrs. Alice Sanders, treasurer sinking fund; Mrs. Lois N.Rosefinancial i James T. Holloway, 140 Jackson

Health Project. secretary; Mrs. J. C. Smith; Miss Lois Perkins. Road, Atlantic Beach Fla., 28 and
Marjorie Terrell, 204 9th St., Jax
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority is another group -- ___ (BILLY BROWN PHOTOS.) Beach, 28Lenwood.
that does,its bit locally. An outstanding project Kendall 1824 DeCott

is its Shoe Fund. Los Diamontes Dr. C. W. Pryor St., 45 and Carrie Lewis, 1977
# # # # NAACP Youth COJjnci'sFreedom / Baldwin St., 50.

I A relatively new bridge club that always man- Bridge Club Meets 'Recieves rantTALLAHASSEE Reginald K. Rentrope 2129
Carlon Benedict Rd., 28 and Rutha L.
ages to have some social activity eitherin the Banquet Jan. 20 Hayes, 2199 Benedict Rd., 26.
The Los Diamontes
planning stage or just completed is the W. Pryor, associate Morris Jones, 1510 W. 15th St., 33
Bridge Club held itsregular professor of biology, and Carriet a Times 1504 W. 16th
Kaperettes. Jacksonville NAACP Youth Council. will in- .
St, 32.
meeting recently Florida A & M University -
At a party held in the home: of Mr. and Mrs augrate its projects for the new year with an with Mrs. Emma has been awarded Rudolph Manning 1227 Florida

Arthur Hontgomery,tlest 10th Street, demonstration auspicious five-dollar plate Freedom Banquet Ave., 33 and Ire M. Bing,1117
Morgan. Following the I a National Science
was given on variations in the of Florida Ave- 34.
use Friday night Jan. 20 in Club Eldorado. The
business roundsof
meeting, .Foundation,_. Fellowship,
costume jewelry Naturally, this created much annual event is scheduled to start promptly at bridge .
were played
interest among participants andwith the amount I 8 p.m. -

purchased and 'the money being spent for costume I, Although final phases, the most outstandingever .Lauretta lone Jenkinsthe You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get

jewelry, many of us could benefit from such a I of the program are yet sponsored by the guestwas a-
youth organization.One warded the guest prize.
to be completed a LOW PRICESOn
of the, well-known Club prizes were won
Among persons attending the party were Mrs spokesman promisesthat
t by Mrs.Frances Walden
Adel C. Pollard and Mlss Willow Dean Wellsnew this leaders of 'the community -
year's annual -
and Mrs Your
will .Gladys Bryant
members; Mrs. Gracy Sykes, Mrs. Evelyn Calvin, affair will be be principal :
The next will
Mrs. Eleanor Davis, Mrs. Alice L. Mack, _Mrs. sP3ak! rj and :the
be held Jan. 20 with DRUG STORE NEEDS
Fleet Alexander, and Miss Anna B* Mlnatee, fats DominoHer council feels that
Mrs Luvenia Newmanserving
those planning on attending -
guests; Mrs. Vertell F. SimmonsMrs.Shellie D.
the banquet as hostess. Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store
Williams; and Mrs Leola L* Powell Jan. 25
The group assembled next in the Sunmit Street will have in some sort FAMU Sets

home of Mrs. Vertell F. Simnons, and this time oacKSonville swa.1k of manuerendorsed_ the We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn

members were joined by their husbands after the ultra modern Coliseum various projects in Emphasis Week Your Local PapersFOOD'S

I bridge session. Also present as guests were Mr. launches its first top which the organizationis 1ALLAHASSEE --- Religious -

and Mrs. Robert Simmons of Savannah, Georgia; orchestral extravangza engaged in promoting Emphasis week
Mr. and Mrs. John Ashby of Miami; and, Mrs. of the new year their cause-tTHuman will b e observed a t

Juanita Foster. when fabulous Fats Dignity." Florida AScM University 1102 .KINGS lOAD .t MYRTLE AVINUI

The Ribault Supper Club was the setting for Dominointernationa.1ijacc1aimed : Tickets to the ban- February 19-23, according PHONES Et J.J357-M r

the next bridge partywhere' members were again : blues singing quet may be secured to Dr. James Hud- w. De,"., W. Also nil All Dtttttf 'reICI'''''.'

joined by their husbands fora delightful evening pianist and his from youth council son, director of reli- PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE
members through its
that included dining and dancing The guest all-star group engagein president, R odney gion and University BILLS AT OUR STORE
battle of
list included Mrs. Juanita Foster,Mrs. JosephineW. a bands Hurst .1'' chaplain.
with the
Cleveland, Miss Marva Davis, Miss Anna B. famed Terri-

Minatee, Mr. William Bretirin on,and Mr.and Mrs fic Tornados plus a

Marvin Mitchell.We glittering rated acts array of LIVING ROOM DINING ROOM 3 BEDROOMS

warned you that they were an active group! top per-
formence from 8-12
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Les Elites Bridge Club were casual at a recent p.m. in concert for

[meeting held in the Tyler Street home of Mr. the of music area's lovers.thousand I EVRAW DRAPES

and Mrs. W. Edward Henderson.Mrs.Marie Cosseauxwas "
guest player. Domino, who came on
the 10
High scorers for the evening included Mrs scene some

Marine Jackson, Mrs. Lois Avery, and Mrs' Virginia years singing-playing ago with anew"style. (

V ) Mrs. Alvenia Gray Scriven was welcomed as a new imnediately'captivated.. Completely Installed
both blues and Rock'n ii
member of the club.
Roll lovers with his

Although the season is over and debutanteshave nostalgic compositions -' llii iI V G i Including Kirsch Si

returned to their respective colleges, ,driving rythms, S r + Ly, traverse rods

activities in which they participated are still and genial warm stage. 00 o' E : AH trimmings

i making the news. personality.The r 0 O "' V and labor

Mr. and Mrs. C.. J. Vaught of 5906 Moncrief television ion"picture radio t3 1' Custom tailored
recording V
Road honored Yvonne Csneron,MariYn Wesleyand
star has s in our workroom
Annette Harper with a party in their home seen t
over 30 millions of Fade-proof, Sun*
Halite McC ray, Theresa Davis, Linda Sutton,
Gail Cole, Cheryl Cole, and Evelyn Copeland during recordings the ten sold. t{ fast materialsCeiling

served ,as junior hostesses year to floor
venture and has
Included at&ong guests were Sallie M. Solomon, been or sill length

James Baker, Thelmetia Argrett, Charles Buggs, platters.awarded fifteen A gold LIVING and DINING if Bank Financing

Walden Parker, Miriam BurneyM. WilsonRoosevelt receives recordingstar 90-day Charge Plans ((80 YARD LIMIT)

Pray, Joyce Graham, George Wells, James record a gold ROOM DRAPES
award when
Cohen, Barbara BonnerPaul S dthJo rgaret Baker a .$
-hit sells millionor
Charles Walker,Zeta GibsonLeila Hickson,Jones one Completely '
more records. $ ONE WEEK DELIVERY
P. Lewis, Marvine Talbert,JulianWhite,Penelope -
The Domino Installed'
Talbert and John Britt. followerswho i.i ..,c _

Among adult guests were Mrs. Charles Simons; attend the Wednesday f ((50'Yard Umi) 1L.IJ -

Mr. and Mrs. W. T., HarperMrsSallye Matthews; night,Jan.25 con- ASK AIOUT OUR DRAPERY
cert at t Coliseum
Mrs Grace Sole on;.Eleanor Little John:;Mrs.E. .
will hear such Domino DRY CLEANING SERVICE
B. Wells; and Mrs. Vivian Wesley .
as, "BlueberryHill
"Natural Born Ye UP soiled draperies taken down, cleaned, then
We mentioned in a recent column that fashions v Lover, "I'm Walking r iiwn' with new pins and adjustments by our
would definitely be influenced by Jackie Kennedy -
own installation deportment
In this connection, the trend will betoward Josephine 'j
simplicity in design.'PATRONIZE "Fat }I.an"and others. fiI I i'' '
Advance tickets at I FREE ESTIMATES IN YOUR ,

$1.50 are now on sale 695 POSTiSTREET AT KING
at Abe !avert'a Music

FLORIDA STAR Store,The Record. Shopon .


the ColiseuB.Adsdss5cn: _--.
at the door is $2.00.

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Deliveries -

Mr. and
Mobley", 2015 The regular order of services will prevail at

Road, Girl. Union Community AME Ch Beaver and Eayerson.Sts.

Mr. and ., Sunday. Sunday school begins at 9:30 a.ra.
Smithl335 morning worship, 11 a.m.; A.C.E.League,.5:30pm.

i ; Girl. and evening worship at 6:30 p.m. Music will be

.* Mr, and furnished by Choir 2.,, Junior Ushers will: serve
Burn ,1349 j ; throughout the day. Other activities scheduledfor
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Boy. the week: Prayer meeting and class meeting

! "/We Mr. and t Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal, Wednesday,

I Nelson,1116 Fa 8 p.m. All departments and heads of newly

Boy. : organized clubs are urged to begin functioningas

: Mrand Mrs. future activities will require- certain, dele
[ Davisl73l I gations to be met by each department Don't- for'

z ad.j. Girl. get our sick and- shut-ins. Rev. H.Hollis Hooks

j Mr. and pastor. ,
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A ttp of 2b* Ptpd Cap to 1 1'I Johnson,914 ,
'I !!.I. cntitiTHttng yovnx Second Baptist ChurchRev. D.J. Jones, pastor,

.. Americans MaW and wb our community m&k., our; ,Boy.Mr* and V is observing its second anniversary this week.Sunday's .
YIt "a totter ple in wUeh. tour son,1558 f k services begin with Deacon D. Dcnni-

) Boy. s I field in charge of Sunday School activities

\ *-** ,, Mr. and starting at 9:30 a.m. The 11 a.m.morning worship -
will feature Rev. F. P. Elliot deliveringthe
it', ,
sermon. Dinners will be served, at 2
9CIi ,Bldg. 23 Ave p. m.
Florida at 3 p.m., Rev. W. L. Jones of First Corinth
-IeIe Boy.Mr.
Baptist Church, accompanied by New Hope Baptist
and Walker Allen Family pause with
: *1 Rivers,644 in tfTent City," in Fayette Church, Marietta, officers and members will

Mr. and }' to vote last Nov. 8.This i? supervise services.
II : I currently dwell in flTent
S Usher Board 3 of Grant Memorial AME Church
observed -
IA I Street, Boy. ch has sent. more than $8,000 to
I its 26 anniversary Monday night in the
Mr. and this week launched
L -tc. a new ap ,
church auditorium. Well-known church
ie. Roundtree,
i : Road Girl. : participated on the impressive program.
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1 fe(, Mr. ].and, er Bertram Perry Simpson Methodist Church observes its annual

GRACEIL RKCNELANDER lin Street, FNI Joins !Yf Staff Guests Day Sunday, Jan. 22 during the 9:30 am.
,New Stanton ?: Mr. and school services and during the 11 a.m. morning

Roberts ..Regis- Executive Secretary worship. Sponsor is the Wesleyan Service Guild.
Tribute is paid to-le Spring Thomas B.MargravesJr. The celebration is in keeping with the lf Guildlonth"

Graceil of the Twelfth StreetBoy Mr. and I Florida of the James Weldon } program set for the month of January.4HKHHHHHH .
She serves as
grade. *
Branch YMCA
vice president of Council the Street Dingle,1787 Boy. will announced that Bertram Rev. A. J. Dayleypresiding Elder of East Jack-
Student. Athletic 1, ac- sonville District will hold the first quarter
has the
Mr. and Perry joined
Co-editor of the 4 Sankey staff of Weldon conference Jan. 22 in New Bethel INS Church,
Yearbook andis a mem-., of the James
Gully"c Ormond Beach. Rev. A. has
Avenue, Boy. Johnson Branch YMCA: as Anthony, pastor, requested -
ber of LeLaLets club. ".. Mr. and announce- program secretary.The the choir, ushers, and congregation to

Armstead to- addition to accompany him to Allen Chapel at Daytona Beach
T*..*****- ****T, CircleNorth, monthly during the staff is a native. to render services Jan. 20.&HHHHHKK*.

Mr. and of Brunswick,Georgia,
Dean Chao
Harrell but grew up in BlrminghamAlabama.Pe The Sunday School choir of Abyssinia Baptist
Church will hold its weekly rehearsal Saturdayat
Boy. j'j'Y
tt Mr. and .sed an did his under-graduate 4 p.m. District '9 will meet Sunday at 4 pjn.

of,other work at North Carolina in the home of Mrs.Viola McTear,5350 Mays Drive
events ?*HHHHH'*

ti ec Boy.Mr. and .e Spring place College study at and Springfield further Choir :1 of St. Matthew Baptist Church,28th St.

Walker,412 follows: College. For the past and Moncrief Rd., will present a spiritual tea
iir.MARSHA i coq" classes five years he was employed Sunday, Jan. 29 in the home of Mrs. E.ods.A

Mr. ,and } regis- at the 18th program is being arranged. and the public is
Gadson,1764 begins; Street Branch YMCA in ,
ie, ROSIER TwinsBoy & -National Birmingham comes
-tc New Stanton Mr. and to Jacksonville highly Deaconess Board 2 of Macedonia Baptist Church

Harris,6138 last day; recommended. meets Sunday after morning worship in joint

Pepsi Cola Dealers Boy. and Mr. Perry will work session with the Deacon Board. .

?salute Marsha of the ; March with 'Hargraves in the

12th grade. She is amember Mr. and Emphasis development program WHEN YOU ARE ILL
Hart,1823, of the Branch.
r_ of the .JulietGir1sJournalism ; March Johnson You Seek TH Best Doctor
club;, Boy. 'Festival; Charles Walker is Whan Your Doctor PrsscribttGel
N.H.A.and YTeenalsoserves Mr. ,and } Hid-senes- chairman of the YMCAfs Experienced Pharatdsis

4 as secretary Holmes,6739 .March program committee that To Fill Your PreeeripiloBe .:.
4 at Second. Baptist: Road, Boy. will be expended along : According To Your Doctor
4 Church. Hobbies are t Mr. and begins with other YJCA ,committees Orders. We Use Only

; swiraning and reading.I. Manns.1803 to meet the The Best Quality- Dregs Al
be- Dr. C. E. BlaelcProprietor
Boy need of the city's
)##>PiI Mr* and degrees; youth and adults.

Rollins, I recess The addition of a 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE 70IILILLY'S

.'Streets Boy.The > -Junior program secretary to
Examina- the ttCA's staff is DRUG STORE
i iie WfB another step 'in the
Examina- development of the 1907 Kings Road ELgte 3-8278 I
YMSA.In 1960 the YM3A .
Cosmeiics Rubbr/ Goods Candles Sundriee
Kappa larger quarters and x
6-Annual -
iC ternity -w.
.F purchase new equipment -
t Years Eve ; Y
the Kappas ; Y .
Ne\f Stanton Officers for 1961 are
coln Golf ;lay 18- IIchair-
I.H. Burney ,
Thomas is a member ri Club. Day manR.V.. Daniels,vice
of *12-5 class.Club rtc Dances of In- chairmanAndrewRobin-
past were Together;
affiliations include son, secretary; Rev.
and : DaY;Ma Y
Reading Club
Sight T.Y. Harrischaplain;
Youth Club also linen was Ser- -
and Dr.E.V. Thcmpson,membershiP -
a member of the Youth the "Hully chairman;
Hope ,Baptist Church.
of his sent Exercises;May 22-
department Charlie Walker -
-Ie 27 Semester examina-
church. chairman
tions. ; Atty.
* D.W. Perkins and Anthony :.

Congratulations from '..... Deaths and FuneralsMILLirMrs.Berthaof man of TCennon/o-chair-the extension ; .
Cola to th.M three Merit :
Award wl..nl committee. S J I
'U ten to the Papal Merit 5831- Avenue B.GCROONArthur.
1-Award salutation OB PtptlTetB of 4021
Time, WRHC 1400 Girl Scout Trp. 318
'on your dial Saturday 3 Old St. Augustine Kd.
ifif to 4 p... Dancing atWilder HILL-Mrs.Alice R. of
Park RttraattaiCanter. Brownies Tr p. 249Meet
,Admission Froa. 419 Dewdrop 'Street.NEWTONBaby' .
,.Lrt: Lynn Jan. 17 I

'* MAKES/ SKIN BLEACHES 264 Claude Street.
JONES-Mrs. Janieof
OLD FASHIONED t 1641 W. 29th Street. The regular meeting I
BRYANT-John Henryof of Girl Scout Troop :14Jffl14J)
318 andBrownies Troop :
if 1717 E. Union Street.FLFl'CH i' '
249 will beheld Tues- .FEATURES' ....'. '.
Qkt R-Ray,of 46 6 "
day Jan. 17 starting,
A ? MCIntosh Street. -) : KEN KNIGHT :
in the
at 4:30
lighten dark spots 50LDON-Mrs. Sarah W, education p.m.building of r -PRESENTING- "

perfect powder of 2145 Broadway St.McCAILMrs.Queen Mt. Ararat Baptist KNIGHT TRAIN -"t '
base intona.. H. ', 8-9 P Jl.,- 12.1 NIGHTLYCHARIOT..b ?*
Papal CaleDeelere Church. -- ,
2423 Edgewood Ave. SWEET :- -4
ofJam PECPLES-Mrs. Rosaof The presence of all 9:30 to 10:20 MONDAY thru FRIDAY A:"<:
members are requested -.. IN TirE KNIGHT
1408 Morgan StreetFELDERJacknJ .
scout leaderMrs.J.E.Di : 10:30-12 MONDAY thru SATURDAY
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Manufacturers of Posntr's Eergamot/The Jar with the,Star"' 806 W.:. Union Street., '/ts announced. + Y


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Atlanta's 28th Annual SPORTING UPV

Sports: Jamboree Jan 27 _
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THE 26th ANNUAL .ALL-SPORTS' JAMBOREE win be, ; r '' + JACKSONVILLE. CITY of a l1eIiday'has :lifted'
rx its head to the rising sun and opened vide its
held in the grand :ballroomWaluhaje Apartments
C '
doors to admit thereal true spirit of 'Ameri

239 West Lake AVEnuejNW, ,AtlantaGeorgia, Friday .
.. can democracy. Skating at the Coliseumbasket-
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The is
evening January 27. Jamboree sponsored
ball,tennis and football in the parks and
by the 100 Per Cent Wrong Club of the f
grand and glorious time was had by all Who
Atlanta Daily Worlds A. L. Thompsonpresident
would believe the white girls and boys will-
C. A. Scott editor-general Marion 3.Jackson .
manager; ,
ingly and readily volunteered to assist the
sports editor; club coordinator; ThedtTaita .
Negroes with their
skating at the Coliseum
Life Insurance Company and the Coca j : ( S Who would
believe the skating moved along
Cola Company of Atlanta S
without any scenes of contempt or any disturbances -
The Pioneer Award
r to mar the peaceful and wholesome atmosphere -
will go to Avery Athletic Conference, 6L that, took in the entire Coliseum?

Brundage, President, Chicago,Illinois;Professional WHO 'WOULD BELIEVE, Springfield Park was the
Olympic ,Athletes of : scene of basketball with- young ones all play-

Committee N.Y. New York the Year, Ted'Dean> L S I 1 ing in the same park and enjoying themselveslike
Hrs Frances Ka-
FootballPhiladelphiaEagles it has been all
going on the time.Nobody
buzski Divi- ,
sion U.S, Association ; Abner Haynes, AMERICAN> YOUTH IN' ACTIONThe scene in the picture here is depicting .appeared out of place and nobody left to go

Olympic a scene in the Springfield Park with Negro and white boys busily engaged home. Everybody was happy Springfield Park.
Cleveland .
FootballDallasTexas; in a football game. There was no strife hinted and no confusion NO, MY FRIENDS did not see, but I .got the
Ohio and Edward
Roberto dunentebaseballPittsburgi occurred., It was the real true spirit of American Democracy in action. infonnation ,from a reliable source and I do

Temple, Track, Coach Pirates ...; (Photo believe in that
__ by Billy Brown) source. That source would be
Tenn. A&I State Youth Athlete of the .
:in a position do
to something about it if
University Nashville, Year, Arthur AsheJr., Bfocker Teams, Tickets On Sa/a For thing had been going wrong. That reliable any-
Tennessee will receiveThe
TennisRichmond Va.
; of
source information was well with

f) The Athlete.Two Friends of Decade Award; Sports Writer G.Nunn of theYearWllliam 'Win Twin Bill Annual Golden Glove the intelligence, the experience and the contact -

to know when things
are working well. He
Award will be presented The Pittsburgh Courier
certainly had the authority to intervene if
to Rarer Johnson, Coach of the YearLewis The' Isaiah. Blocker Jacksonville Recreation Department officials it had been otherwise.

Track and Field Los M. Crews Alabama A & Junior HighSchool var- "
announced Friday that tickets are now on sale IF THOSE WHO OPPOSE such progressive trendssuch'
Angeles California.'Miss M College Huntsville sity and junior .yarsity ,
for the 18th annual Golden doves tournament congenial attitudessuch perfect behaviorand

Wilma Rudolph, Alabama. basketball squads-laun which will be staged Monday,January 30 through such harmonious mingling could' do the Rip
crack star from Ten- Southern University ched, their season r e-
Wednesday Feb. 1 Van Winkle
JacksonVille's Coliseum. then cane back to view the
A & I State will .
nessee National Intercollegiate cently.The
Ringside, box seatsgeneral scene, they would see the New Day that is now
be honored as :the Female Football Championswill Blocker 'Tigers ;, a dm i s s i o n, at hand. It was said that there were no demon-
Athlete of the receive the W. A. opened the season with '
servicemen, andstudent'sticket Toney Curry strations, but the Coliseum and Springfield
The.Male of the two scheduled double-
year; Scott, U. Trophy. The are nowavail- Park and other places of recreation we're

year Award will be 1960 AllSouthern Intercollegiate headersdefeating Nor- at the Tourist and WieldingBaseball Big filled with demonstrations. What were the
given to Ralph Boston Athletic thwestern Juniors 20-7
Convention BureautheColiseumCity demonstrations? The demonstrations Intelligence
Tennessee A & I State Conference Football and t h. varsity wo3l1SjT' were- -
: Recreation Bat Harmony Peace Comfort culture
., ,
University; Boxer of Team will also be h e Matthew W.
.Department officeat Understanding, Satisfaction, courage,dignity
the Gilbert .
;) YearCassius Clay, honored Recognition juniors ere 1245 East Adams St. sportsmanshiprefinement and the real true

Louisville, Kentucky; Certificates will be defeated 21-13 and the' I and the Main and Beaver PANAMA-Tony Curry'sbig spirit of American Democracy.Yes,d monstrat.ims
Basketball Player of given to several out- varsity defeated the.
: Street Arena. bat in the Panama were many andthanks to the youth, both white
the varsity of Gilbert 51.1
standing Ringside seats sell League has given the, and Negro.

sonCincinnati, Ohio. 26.The for $2.00, box seats, Phillies renewed hope, THE JACKSONVILLE BASEBALL CLUB will open the
U.S. OLYMPIC WOMEN'S following boys;> are
$1.50, general admission that the young out- season with a new president, new manager and
TRACK TEAMWilma: Rudolph members o f junior
$1.00 and 5 0- fielder'may become one several new players. Following the record of

Martha, Barbara HudsonLucinda Jones, .: A COPY Donald squad, Patterson Alvin ,Brown Baum), cents students and of'the really great I President Sam Wolfson, it can be easily noted

of theFLORIDA servicemen. .sluggers in league that he does what he promisesHe promised Jacksonville -
Williams all of Tenn. Shelby, Robert Thomas
Adv reservations history. a winning team and he never stopped
A & I University.The STCOLORED Kenneth DukesJ o h nHansberry
Citizen the IN I EVERY Jimmy Richar- will. be honored by Curry, 23, yea-old until his promise was fulfilled. ."If it is
calling the, Arena native of the Bahamaswas
players you need, I will get them Wolfson
Award will Griffin
to son Eugene
year ,
go HOME ELgin, 3-5686 the a rookie sensation
M or said. He brought in Hank AaronFelix Mantilla,
Kenneth love Parker
"Tug"wilson Henry
,HEtty '
Recreation Department with the .Phils duringthe Horace Garner, Numberto Robinson and usheredin
Commissioner. Big Ten 'Willie Holland, Tommie
ELgin 4-331. first two monthsof a new day in Jacksonville.After a short time
Thomas, Larry Story,
f4T1 the 1960 season. Juan Pizarro and Wes Covington came.Everyone of
Clarence Thomas .
; Tommy!
His average for that them the but oneandthatone
h. went to major leagues
Daffy, Gaither
Heads '
period was well over was Horace Garner. It is believed however,

Willie JacksonAlphonseDyers FAMU DelegationPITTSBURGHCoach" 300. He went into. a that the only thing ,to keep Garner out 'was an
David Groves -A1- ;
sudden slump. At the injured knee which. nevercame aroundsufficiently -

bert Shelby, Wesley Jake end of the season he : to allow him a chance.
Alexander,Char Jie Young showed a disappointing
Gaither of Florida AStM
o and Horace Williams. University headed a .201 average and just JACKSONVILLE FANS REMEMBER Garner as the man

Members of t. h e var- delegation of,five 'from six home runs for 95 who could throw a perfect strike from far out-

sity teams are: Leon AScH who recently- .games. field. Many scores were cut off because of

Harris, James -Corbet, tended the American In his early games Garner's powerful ann. Not only did he have a

z James Brinson, Bennie "Football- Coaches Association = with AzucarerosCurry powerful throwing ann, he could swing a wicked

,:.; + KcFadden,Jerry Hansber- annual 'conven- has shown a return to bat.. It was nothing out of the ordinary to seea
,Albert, Rease, nanuelShelbyBruce ,tion here Ccach Gaithe ; the form that won him ball sailing over the fence when Garner hit

Williams, is serving his third -a berth with the Phils it. Jacksonville won pennants 1953,1954,1956
Edward Robinson,Wi Wv last spring. 1955. Wolfson said he
term o n the .importantRules Tony and finished second in

.. RanapcieFreddie Myers, Committee. wasn't, even on the would do it and he did. President Sam Wolfsonand

George Lemon' ,Lundy McCoy Vice-president J.R.E. Phillies; roster when Manager Ben Geraghty made a great team

a ,Carl. DukesTheodore Lee Jr., Coaches Pete" he went to trainingcamp themselves. '

your drenwt cunot.wprtf patota .SHYING P c b R bC. Byers, Francis Geiger, Griff in Hansel Tookes but his fine SEVERAL TAN COLLEGIATE STARS were drafted by
n for tow usr John Eat '
mac TEAM MATES r.a aoz c. GainesDorian
and Coata Kittles a t- showing in exhibition pro football teams_ "for the opening of next sea-

1 las and Henry Hartley., tended the meeting with games, on top pf his son. Art Baker, the big plunging fullback of

The Junior varsity great 1959 record Syracuse University has been signed by the
aither. ,
team coached d by Jesse S earned him a chance. Buffalo Bills of the American Football League;

1? 0.Ramsey a 'n d the varsitY Watch This-down -- -. Bob Gaiters, of New Mexico; State,Herb Adderly,
coach i
s. Good for U
3 16-48-20 news ,of Michigan State;Gcorge Flemirfgasliington ;

H. James.MtnosoNameiJ. Elbert Kimbrough,Northwest; Earl Faison,
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.t.' / : Grand_ Larceny U. S. Commission New Help SoughtFor ATTENTION

: Off The Blocks : Charged To Criticizes Florida Tenn. Counties ;.
: Chips ,. Church. And Civic
Local Couple
f BY JAY JAY nation-wide
................ .-, ....-.---_..__.__................ .......... Mrs..Jjeanette Boyd,2 2 along with five-other this was
; so. ----------:;- a'' clericin theCavalier Southern states came sent week ty NAACP OrganizationsDeaconess

Gather around and pick up your possesionsall'" referring to Willie Cleaners 320 Florida in for a share; of headquarters to its

you bachelors: Now hear thisOPEN SEASON has Finn,the staunch lay- Avenue and, her cannon criticism this week branches in 4 5, states BoanisUsher

just been declared on all of you. The gals in. man ,and well- known law husband/R alph Bums when the U. S. Civil asking contributions to oards, iarles and

this .town are clamoring to know who are theeligibles westsider last week. 23 were held for investigation Rights Commissioned aid the displaced share Choirs interested in ,

so we .must oblige the ladies. A typographical error on grand flayed the state "croppers Fayette and their clubs I'-avc an

By way of explanationand was made by: us. We larceny after' she con- governments for doing Haywood counties,Tenn. opportunity to raise

for better hunting r with is.Freddie Brown.' I I meant Willie: ''Flynn of fessed that her state- their utmost in main- The first letter from FUNDS Lena Horne ..

we must classify the :You have to plant a the- outhside.. ment .of a holdup was taining ,racial ,segregation NAACP Secretary Roy Wilkins Cosmetics will be

pore critters achel rs' trap in the town just Our sympathy goes'out .' falsepolice reported. in punlic uni- last sunnier resulted .demonstrated to your

we mean.They fall into before he arrives. to the families of Mrs.Boyd told PatrOl- versities and colleges in m o r e than members and will be
the of VIRGIN Reporting on racial 38,000 being sent t o given percentage of
category Check with us for the the accident victims men P.W.Land and C.L.
i TINI3ER(aintt never took bait to us. last week. The old Hutchinson that she segregation in higher the MemphisTennbranch sales. No expenses on
the walk and is good education, the commission of the Association whih I clubs.For details call
1A If you gals want to folk saying whichgoes had. been heated by a I EL
walking mate r i al.) window shop visit the "For want of ,a nail a' robber last Saturday cited Alabama in turn, distributed

SLIGHTLY WED(been had Country ClubElDorado" shoe was lost etc.'taay who locked her in a Mississippi, Georgia, food packagesclothingand

but ,scarcely house or RibaUlt. You will 'be quoted"For want of restroom n and fled with. South Carolina, and latertentsto the UNFURNISHED ROOMS

brokenOLD Shoes(well .find choice selection a minute and a tie- $196. Louisiana as "resist- rural families 2 UNFURNISHED ROOM S

wo ,plenty of life in Jimmy Satterwhite if :rod, three lives were. Detective Sgts.Chades, ant" states. The food has been sent 2 UNFURNISHED ROQHS-
them and housebroken). In assailing the $5.50 weekly PHONEEL
.i he is in town and lost." Houston and John Webster a regular_ intervals
Of course we have the Jimmy Jenkins along The death of Nathan- became suspiciousof federal government as since July.ANTHONY. 3-3348
REJECTS (I. don't want : a "silent" in
iel of the
with Sam Golden.Theseboys Rogers Mrs. Boyd's story
them, you can take em). are throwbacks Roosevelt Barber Shop and .questioned Burns perpetuation of segre- STRAND SUN.-SAT.

There :is another group to the days of Doc. was a shock to all of at their ,home, 1231 gated schooling through II & ANN

of :fellows,in fact the Sweet Duck Davis his friends!he rotund McConihe Street. itsaid program, the
largest This commission recommended V WEE WASH IT
group. Johnny Wheeleret al. Rogers was an insti- The, officers said
i gang ,is Well Used and They know how thingsare tution in all frater- ,Burns admitted the that federal aid

sing tfWhere theres gals done and do them.I nal gatherings and on theft and showed them funds withheld from LAUNDRETTE !
there's us". Last butt "Blocks"for institutions that dis- ,] .
want to warn you, years $172 in a bag a =:
not least are the Old criminate on the
Recently he lost many c-
if you are not quickon clothes closet.Pltsa FINISHED WASH couleeRICHARD
Fellows who cling to pounds and appeared grounds of nationaloriginrace JOAN
the draw Ralph DRY EGAN
memories. They are a- Washington Jbp Frazier to be in the pink. color or CLEANINGI I DENIS O'DEA .f
vailable for foot wann Orchids to David DeniedWhite religion.Of FREE PICK UP & DEL. i
Robert Brymer Lucius -PlusROpSEVELT -
ing aid back scratching ', the 'sixmembersrecommending 1225 JEFFERSON ST.
ShieldsDavea member r.v'Ia'
Cunnings, and Robert: Rapist twlN ......
that's all. ... .
purposes will of' one of the older changes, PHONE EL 4-7958 I .
Let us call them ELDERSTATESMEN. These Harvey old snare you. families in the town ,Pleas for a writ of only one, Doyle E. II I 11,
pros operate ha aba ;
s seekingto
corpus Carter Sr., former
has been recently appointed .
all the county'and
over !D) '
WE not foolish absolve a 31-year I of Florida !
are to the City governor 'ir-'n;
they hunt not [WANTED: and-women who 'I
enough to place the you Rec staff. He should old J white man of dissented. honestly desire to face their alp J i ::;.n_

fellows in the classes. you them. to be ,an asset charges- that he rapeda coholic problems. Free meetings: ,.,,.,; ." '.- .' I.
Joe Mo t on Hu i Wilson prove !
We'll ,just acquaintyou 12-year old Negro Mondays and Fridays. 7:30 P.M. I
to organized play. BOYS SUN. TUES
of the Enquire, and I Clara White Room 305.
gals with them John "B.B.," Pickens ReminderThe books girl last Dec.28 Circuit were IN Bldg.. .'.., 3 BIG FEATURES ,
then them denied by a 1
you can place are the tricky are open, register' so EARN MORE HELP WANTEDNEW
in the Court Judge Charles R. "SEX KITTENS GO
proper group. that can vote for
: you
Grab them and hold
this week. YORK TO COLLEGE"
,According to reportsin them. the next presidentIfyou Scott here CAH MAIDS COOKS -
a national magazine Remanded without bond HOUSE WORKERS GIRL".
Crawford are not registereddon't "HEY 130Y HEY
Albert and
facea Excellent positions available at.
Frank Hampton. one to county jaUto
Aaron Twiggs read or think SELLING once for good and steady female "LA1 LF S STREET"sKrv
occupy :
of the !taost" in town. about the inaugural grand jury hearing : domestic workers who want perma
shaky perches in the iiichael S. nent Bleep-In jobs with the best private iewSun.. f
He hasbeen bitten once. is ; : Ojeda, ues.
of the trees. activities. They are The Florida StarRoyal amities...good treatment...
and runslike a scairt top none of :business. formerly of 1612 all meals. nice room and TV ...
People are shaking the your n'St.who was aU privileges. Salary up *o $50.00 I RANDOLPH SCOTT IN
rabbit. Takes a lot of I
tree trunk and have You are not a, citizen. Crown weekly and higher..transpoJ taU\JD
wind and perseverance Remedy this at once arrested by county investigators to New York advanced. If yOU are "COMANCHE STATION"Pius
nets to catch them if following Bottling i Company looking for a good sleep-la. Job -
to rope this bronco if you are not Please.. write immediately to:
they fall. We hear incident. 1235 !San Marco Bird.
His sidekick Johnnie the: alleged DOMESTIC "GENE KUPRA STORY"
that Nip Sams is one P.O. BOX 334 VALDOSTA, GA.
Stewart is a multi of us again. He has a 94488PRATT: All Letters Will Be Answered. Win $380 Cash Men Kite
loser. Neath the layerof
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apple sauce is a service stripes galore. N W'S.THE. ORDER; OK WO Both RITZ Starts
heart of gold. Take a- .1 Recently a FIRST RUN Sunday
of fell C 0 A I L "
long a shovel and remove Anthracite-Coke Service Sf of/on
the debris and fREt CITY-WIDt IULIYEltY ..1 to- .R I

you nay find a gem. the ,dust. He left 3J.L SEASONS IDE &. FUEL CO BUMPER TO BUMPEft "" STar
He's been tried and is venerable Doc Johnson 5883 NORWOOD AVI. PHONE PO 4-45U
still free at Brew- SERVICES .. Hear Elvis CO tUfimfUKBA1A
willing try again. ;V.V
Suave Richard Me- ster's however.We EXPERT ATTENDANTS' Sing. EDEN

saved the best THIRD ST. AT FLA AVE soap:! STEVE

Kissick is the prototype for last. If any of HOLLEY'SBARBQUE, : ., r FOARESTooLoiEs

of the slick you boys want adviceon e INSTRUCTION '

magazines He is the how to keep out of MEN AND WOMEN NEEDED DEL RIO

perfect "continential the web, check with WORK IN CIVIL SERVICE JaeMCIPdswSca'E
... McIN11AE
Elmo "Crack" Davis. CDtIuxt
type." He has a red
light which.. flashes He is the sage of the ,., No experience necessary mviortniut.on sFas cull mrruiawwwn.w+ta

when the word "altar"is six hundred and has .. ,. grammar school AND "DESERT ATTACK"FATS
mentioned. Brother plenty of experiences Leroy Holley y... Annie Reddick education usually suf- -
Rudolph McKissick and to share with the un- I Proprietor Waitress ficient.Train now for

his pal George "Fabulas schooled.He is one of "Bar-B-Que that's different" permanent jobs with DOMINO

,Whip" Lowery are re- the bachelors with the CHICKEN-BEEF-5LICED' security Send name,

portly spoken for. "most". PORK RIBS WITH CURLI-Q Potatoes address, phone no. to:
They are on the holdout All rightI'll say 3604 Moncrlef Rd. Near 26th St. NATIONAL TRAINING With His

it. Ye humble scribeis SERVICE, P.O. Box 561

On the Caddy ,set on the list also. $ SAVE! '. SAVE! 'SAVE! Jacksonville,Florida.PREMIER'S Great Orchestra

there are several el- ,I have re-served ; ilV:' ._ .
i ibles.Charles Scott HOME OVEMENT5-FHA BANK LOANS -",. .. .-
$ (sign front and back. JMP l'--V 4.

has* been bitten and Let me be your father foibYear IN PERSON .1.1f...
is trying hard to get -confessor) follow Terms To Suit You-I To Pay f.I I

bitten again.Don't run Sam Cookers advice a- Rooms-Additions-Porches Meat MarketFOOT 1 1I I
from him gals his
'staying friends.Editor's .
Paddy is not mined ( NoteJayJay CarportsEnclosuresRoofingSidin WED. JAN. 25 ,
and he is harmless forgot to mention his !

is .actually one of ourElder brother James Jr.also -Baths"':'-Kitchens BEAVER ST. VIADUCT
8 P. M. To 72 P. M.Coliseum .
Statesmen._ Top
Parrish Davis,brother
AAA Construction Co.
elder statesmen and of Duck :Davis.)

advisors to the youngsters Around town lots is 1505 Hendricks Avenue Phone EX 8-3523 PORK CHOPS I

are Major Bryantthe happening.Fats Dominoe

perennial bachelor is appearing at the II! for SiN

,and Al Joyner. Prize Coliseum next week. .- .. ..

catch in many of the Pass me the crow. I FrehSausage -

gal's eyes and as like mine well done In A Ttrrifffc Stage Show & Con<

elusive as success a !!:"on'rocket' is with pepper.plenty The boys of left red Myrtle Avr and Adami Phone EL 4 1468 3 !'Ibs. $1.I

debonaire medicoO.W.. Monday for Washington. .. Large MEDIUM SHRIMP u. Me Baffle Of The Bands"VS
Hclntosh. In the professional I saw the gold crested SPARE RIBSIfc.ttc

world also bids to the JFK shing- 5ft
... Lk.
10 Ib. Lets ff Mere r .
is Emanuel Eaveslaw
dig. Otis Speights Ilk a Ifc. DiIc....> .
school grad. Good material conducted of I
a couple
*Tfc Buy of th*Seaxoa"toy Fred TORNADOESAMERICA'S
for a good training classes in .- THE

girl. protocol and aimed ,LARGE SHRIMP ..;,....;;;-.;.:.%.: Y. Ikt 'lacon 2Sc I Ib.

The grandaddy of them :them before they left. -Fmh CcwiM (.rut taste Hurl N0.1 ROCK AND'ROLL BAND I

all is Wesley Scott. The boys are Frank lAY SCALLOPS .111: :.rat '1.10 Fresh -

Scotty is going strong HamptonIsadore Singleton !
; Get tickets Now And Save .
and'a never partakenof ? ,and E.J. "Lordy" SPANISH MACKERELLI A .u. 2S. HAMS 45c I
the Other '' .
vows. Norman. 'They carried At Door $2.C\\
BARGAINDEPT Advance $1.50 -
novices in the marriage changes for morning,
racket IM first ftMr, i
are afternoon and eveningwear IEEFlihtStJH
Gerald GraysonEdmundTolliver regardless o f. LARGE MULLET LL 29c TICKETS NOW AT RECORD BAR FORSYTH ST.

AI.phonso.WeathersbeeJ.L.Will the 'occasion In the ABE LIVERTS RECORD SHOPS 3 PLACES
MULLET ROE .. u.98eUtf
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vernacular of the frafe KM.,MUM"says tni AND THE COLISEUM

iams and Frank streets, "they were YOU SEE K>TH SIDES
EACH WHITNING i ... 39eUul
Priestly.Our ready" u. YouARE WELCOME
fratfictiM fr.i IM'Iwck ?. .
roving bachelorand Apologies to a good OF YOUR MEAT

hard to ,catch upi friend. We SHRIMPIOAT. t WHITNING I .. I Lfi.-9c.. .
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