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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:
March 18, 1961
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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )


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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Material Information

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:
March 18, 1961
Publication Date:


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


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

Record Information

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

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f ... .. $4,400 Beach Theft I

i Vol.10-tfo 5 And mWsaturdayHarch 1.,1961 -Jacksonville smoia.1S. CSnfsNeroesWant '!.. # ..
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Police Arrest Safe-Crackers

Before They Open Loot Attacked By '

) : CountyFai'I Six White Boys

All that two Jaxons received for hauling off BAIDWIN-An incident"which

a safe containing $4,400 from Atlantic Beach to j occurred last

Jacksonville was a lot of physical exerci s a Saturday night when a

which will probably keep them out of the public, carload of s ix white

lime light for quite some time after their case, boys allegedly -

.i.tieslnte2rated/T' goes to court. untarily to Lt. Harry tacked three Negro

Jailed Sunday after Branch of the Jacksonville youths walking home
safe from the from the theatre wa s
taking,a police burglarily -
la Chateau Restaurant_ : squad. : scheduled for hearingin
: Justice of Peace
Wife Discovers Mafe's Body at Atlantic Beach were Dorsey Motes court
Duval('Board Requested* I
Robert Alston 28 of t
Friday at 1 p.m.after
.! Unpaid Bills Believed CauseDeath ; : To :Pull Down, .Racial Signs 316 Stewart St. and \: the FLORIDA STAR had j jgone.o

Richard White, 28, of Y .
by suicide claimed the life of another I A delegation of four Jaxons consisting. two 732 Davis. St. The men s r3 press.Exclusive information

Jaxon Tuesday when Dan Hendrix, 27, of 1325 prominent ministers and a civic leader askedI are in Duval' County i,. .1'.I: from FLORIDA STAR
Gnmthal St. died from a self administered shot: I the Duval County Connission and Sheriff Dale jail under '$ 5,000 representative a revealed

4 from_a_single shot 12. gauge shotgun.. Carson to remove signs denoting rade from all bonds each.According. the folloTfing account -
Hendrix wife, Mrs. ;I facilities of the body.rresen ., to Lt. W.
Inez Hendrix,said she jurisdictional... _.&. :.-_ .&.'1.-. .I___' of the incident:
.ng "vu ioa ed to the affirmative J. llcClung of the Atlantic The three Colored

left home Monday and at. .resolution. were Rev: but said that the, police depart- f ...... ....... youths, Willie HillsJr.

7 her a.m.husband for 'work carried J. S. Johnson, pastor group request. was not ment, Alston, a dish- 'ROBERT ALSTON' :- ., 23, Johnny Nac k

their two sick children of Stephen AME Church,.'; part of the NAACP program -' washer at the restau- Hills a 17-year old
p Rev. J.B.F. Williams+ rant and White had :"- Stanton High School
to the home of : -
k her brother Willie pastor of Jft.' Olive Rev. Williams sup- decided to break into student, a nd another

) Johnson of 1709, Hiram AME Church, and civic. ported Hamptohfe state- the restaurant and unidentified teenage ;
leader<-Frank' Hampton.: ment by adding that steal money thrown into were walking hone from
St. Mrs. Hendrix also .,
L . stated that he r hus The petition was drawri -tie. -group 1 nadj.vbeen 't-_ ._the pool by its :: a-late xnovie-at around
band 'had decided not; up by Attorney Ernest educated inv lbrida customers. 'The,money midnight when a car
to to work because D.Jac sjbn who was unable and were speaking *for 'is 'given to charity carrying six white

he had go bills to to be present.In themselves and not A third man, Edward boys stopoed by the
11 some
presenting the some outside organi- Davis Jr. of 3759 three. The white boys
pay. estFrank Hampton Cleveland Rd. was arrested out
later req zation. .1Mo! 1sTJ. 'C'" allegedly jumped
went Mrs.,to Hendrix ihe Johnsor _I told the body that the Included in the request as a material rt.U'JWU: WHITE of the vehicle and
Dan Hendrix method being used was were eliminationof witness but later released When Alston showedup started fighting the
her children I
home to get. .Hendrix wifeSaid' i pre?erra le\to litigation -. segregation in the after questioning. for work Sunday at. three youths.
,..she stated but the matter Chief
that he hadn't given' on county hospitalcourt- the restauranthe was Baldwin

her brother, tli1Ii'JohMon her any money the previous and he asked for a reply house, prison farm, Change Minds taken into custody by Knowles: reported to
of j 709 Hiram weekInvestiga- within 30 days. city jail and all McClung said Alston Atlantic Beach police have come upon the

St. Mrs. Hendrix.also tors believed Hendrix Urges Status Quo parks and playgroundsunder and White broke into chief Janes L.Russell. ', scene and arrested the

stated that he r husband killed himself In the audience dur- jurisdiction of the restaurant at 3a.m. Both Alston and Davis three colored youths. '

'had not decided rather than j ace his ir/g/ _the meeting wasT.Je : the county commission* Sunday, and being implicated ,White who The police chief is
s to go to work because ''w.u.e., : ff Davis, a Duval The Pseeking disclaimed unable to get the. was arrested by Jacksonville also reported to have

he had some. bills to Playground 'Assoc1ailinrepresentative integregation money from the poolon police at his handcuffed 17-year old

pay. .I who but only their civil account of t'h e home.The two men were Johnny Mack Hills and

Mrs. Hendrix later Stabs Boyfriend urged the commission rights. deep water,decided to scheduled to face arraignment then beat him. .

went to the Johnson I to retain the;separate steal the safe. in Justi c.E Witnesses also stated

1 home to get her chil- Robert Collins 24 -but-equal practices Rev. Johnson statedttSlavery Davis said that the of Peace William S. that Grady Roberts, I

dren, she stated, but 621 W. Chtirch streetwas in regard to playgrounds -. and Segrega-. two men gave him 1 so Guilford court. said to be manager of "
tion twin evils
she decided to leave stabbed last Sunday and public are much whiskey before a local store in the
them when she realized by Us girl friend I recreation. which maintained can only. b e the robbery that he area, came out of his;
they were too sick to police add.Collins i Davis also stated his by: forc e. didnt know what hewas place o f business

take home. She then, told police organization maintains: o\n-We are only asking .However,the Robber Rapes armed with a pistoland
planned to stay there his girl friend'' case that position and has righjfes', no tm or e. two other men used held it on the

for the night. .- to his house to risit sought aid in placing To deny me rights afforded Davis' car to haul young EmployeCity colored boys.

About midnight,xh e r him and found aaod s'raeaa playgrounds in Negro by other citi- the 350 pound safe to Since the incident, t

husband came to her in the house. residential areas. zens, then I am regarded Jacksonville.When police are conducting the three youths have

brother fs and remained When &ss Shirley Not NAACP Program as less than a he began to sob a widespread remained in confinement t;

|9T a short"ti m e be- Brovn,21, of Court A, When Commissiaierjtob man. er up, Davis said he search for a robber ii

If fbre leaving fir home.;i Blodgett IkwI,.81 the Harris asked Hampton ; "The cold remedy racket owes ordered both men. to who criadnally u- i

_ TfaSsday morning, Mrs., other wc&an shebecame whether ha is. an NAACP .. much of its success to the fact that take the safe and saulted an 18- year Green Cove (II 1
I. the cojd is a self-limiting disease" leave his car. old
Hendrix left for home angry, and slabbed hint memberHampton answer I dry cleaning
preparatory to reporting = The two men then,according clerk at a Kings Road Woman's SlayerApprehended H I

on her 'job. Since u II to t he officers dry clewing establishment '
the house key wasn't / S 4 ; report, then .m took $25 from:

in the usual the cash register last
traded a fifth o f. GREEN COVEJ ames
1 she said that she went T1 T whiskey which the y week end. Brova, 38, confessed
The who
to the rear of the man, policesay
had also taken from t3
to Saturday night
house and looked, in ;, 1.4 the restaurant f fits the description -
o r Border of 35 dear old
the window,where sh e .. a crowbar planningon of the suspect Lucinda Corbett
t after
-. saw her husband lying s who has been robbing
opening the safe
the outilated vow's
on the bed with a at vacant lot at Westside dry cleaning
a body vas in a
shotgun leaning against -. x- First and Lee Streets' concerns recent17.1a.lat. vacant lot aear her
'' to be a 5',1)11
_ his right arm. ,
here. hcae
.. early Soedaj.Sheriff .
'r A call to the police The 160 pocnd Negro be- Hall
operation was a- John
trees -tfce of 30
brought patrolmen Sidney age
bandoned. with the corning said.Brcwn. '
Gaines and J J. : f and 35 Ceara.Hcaiddt .
of daylight. An, ,itis reported
: detective
ISgts. I
Doe, also, homicide undentified man who at first denied

F.A. Gruber and lives across irk the Sgts LJU Harp sad knowledge of tfaa:.....
W. C. Barber. The off %. I.'. Corley said the
der but
vacant lot heard th e WOMB told tea confessed
ers gainedentranceinto yotmg
: noises and later when investigator's
_ the r *V that the man entered
building \
rwhere Hendrix v a tf CHECK FOR THE NEEDY-0. Earl MatJiis, operator of the Kathis Shoe called police wen he the estataisteeat at produced abdfeiased I'-I
IB the"'r
Store 1073 Florida Avenue check ffom'Hrs. Mabel sax the safe after approximately 6:30 : aad a ,
found ead.llo suicide// receives a Wright IK shirt covered ;
note was found, offi-t chairman: of Gaana Rho Qfiega Chapter of Alpha 'Kappa Alpha orority daybreak while she vas aloes blood which .
,taro said. Shoe Fmd, tthile'XSss Estelle William*, basiletx of the chapter looks Tells Father aad forced her Ute depot.*
fowl in his home.Browi .
( The check is for shoes the Hcducg said Davis the rest roan where
A check with the }fen-t. on pvrchaaed by sorority for needy boys told
l and Referrals later told his fatherof the sjsaalt took place. the
drix rental agents girls. for shoes are Bade through the attendance department -
sheriff that lie
-revealed that the rent of the cpuny schools and the county Welfare Departaent This la having circuwtan- Officers were told dtted had
one of the many public service projects sponsored by the sorority Bally taken part in that the aaa KLUdfeld veaaaSatwdar f
was unpaid. $2.75 :
all tht regained wur: Other projects( include the furnihiBg: .of.,good grooving kits .for..:girls; the robbery sad the ** the rovo.* la17.a.i >it>t adkilled i .'
1 father ,.... police. thrtateaedto IdllJr her ....** a&over
his: wallet. at the Juvsolle Shelter and a life aMtarsfeipinthe local NJUCP chap

'.!:wI r rf ter ._ ..__ ... ,.. (STAR.STAFF/ PHOTO' ) Davis'swraadired 'tOl; I dviag tfct attack, srj.1. / .. $5n '...

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i -1 --III 7 'Politics As Usual" C '


:\:!r.?. NEWS Emphatic opposition to the ,allocation of any .,
federal funds to states which still maintain
.''.v sew. by ,tha. Florida Star .Publishing Co. iKJA1 segregated* school systems was announced again :.
this week the NAACP
-" .:.: "Member of Associated Negro Press'O..Simpioa
fete=" .- -Edilo A memorandum reminding -amendment denying *.
c! Parhtm 'Johnson _. __.,__.Nws Staff 'I ,, all local units funds to such states.
Hilda Woolen Circulation Dept. 1N of the NAACP in 45 The NAACP position 't
-- states of a national
was made more explicit ''i
MAIN OFFICE'Ie PUNT.141iI xa Ti convention resolution
822 K: acriti Road _..? E[, 4.873 i the allocation in a statement submitted -
opposing to The New York r.
t.: of federal monies Tribune in .
Herald answer -* *
+ 1'.1111IlL .
:" r those
for education+o
.. ': ,. a'." '1 _die 1," to its question
which hare
states con- \
"Do you feel that ,
tinued to defy the
SOMCBXPTXOH HATES Federal money shouldbe
0.. Ywur, S&M; Half Ttar, $3.$, TIne"Kfttltit. 1.10 Supreme Court rulingof withheld from
'Milled To Too, Aaywhr la The UniUdin Sa1-. 1954 was sent to school districts which
'I (l1ft... Adraseo. Send Clack ox Money Order Tot local officers last have not desegregatedtheir
rv-m& STAB-P. o. BOX .KI-JACKSONVILLE 1. FLOHIDA Friday byRoy Wilkins, schools, or do
national e xe cutive
who/ SeneFits'from 0t secretary: you believe that the
= Pr problems of segrega-

The March Of Dimes ? : y r r R 1'w : k kc v Branches of theNAACP tion or be desegregationshould solved

,' were ask separately from those
Exactly what.happens to March of Dimes Money? ed to of education11All "
Who benefits from these contributions? c I tritetheir funds presently
and each I I going to the states
These are valid questions prospective ;; .
giver has' a right to ask them.For the answers, t Senators for educationincluding -
let'a look at the record.. '. ,, \\\ and Con- school lunch pro-,

The record ,shows that over :the years since : = : gressmencalling grams, research, land

1938, more than 330,000 polio patients have received .." .. -- \ ':t i grant a 11 ocations,
financial, aid from March of Dimes chap- ---.... 1 ___ upon them agricultural monies,
ters all over the country. Some 9,000 medical Lo. support etc, should be with-
workers-doctors, physical therapists, .occupational PROMPT! IMPLEMENTATION OF "E ECUTIVE, ORDER" WILL HELP Simpson an held, the NAACP declared -
therapists, medical social workers and _. "if the programs -
nurses -have recieved March of Dimes fellow- a dmi nistered

ships or scholarships. These specialists have Your WeeklyHoroscope with said funds are
used their twining to alleviate the sufferingof -" racially segregatedor

hundreds of thousands of patients. ., Guide I discriminatory."
This is only a partial accounting of who benefits The NAACP statementto

from the March of Dimes.Any complete accounting WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR : the New York newspaper
must include the minions of people also urged a
protected from polio by the killed-virus" review of the present
polio vaccine ,and the S&bin "live-virus" polio By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER : allocations to states

vaccine "which haieinstituteddesegregation
Actually, then, the answer to the question of --- -- on a ,
have the
who benefits from dimes contributions is: "You ABIES adverse days fir making You seem to minimum, tokenor extremely ,
do." The benefits of March of Bines-sponsored I Born March iLt thru April 19th decisions, especially LIBRA way clearon the 25th long- e rm i
Born 24th thru Oct. t3rd 29thto
research case right into your home when your You like danger and under emotional Sept. 27th,28th and basisor under legis-
family lined up for their Salk shotsAnd these excitement a rule, duress. You seem to have the arrive -at the proper lative or administrative -
benefits promise to keep comingfor the same but there are moments 79022529792 edge when it comes to conclusions that will machinery designed -

basic research program which produced the Salk when it is more judicious work performance, and suit your mood and to postpone
vaccine will aid in the understanding of other to takeno risks LEO the honors or material personal requirements. indefinitely compliance
diseases-including birth defects, arthritis, whatsoever. The 24th Born July 23rd thru Aug. 23rd advantages that accompany 8-30-99-18-82-839 with the 1954
financial interests The 25th
cancer and the coon cold. and 26th are the two Your it. "
are not likely 27th and 28th are the CAPRICORN ruling.
You and will receive still when cannot
your family greater days you In such states the
to be benefited best days when everything Born Dec. 22nd thru Jan. 19th
:benefits from your contributions to the March expect to come outunscathedI NAACP suggested that
of Dimes, for a broadened research program will if you se- in any way on the should come out federal funds shouldbe
seek answers to questions which concern every- gnore this. 24th.. if you are engaged just right,if you have There again are indications allocated "on the
one Why are some children born perfect and admonition.But if you :in secret dealings been willing to make that joumaywithdraw the
basis of
others born with birth defects? What are the make decisions come with individualsor the proper effort din from the in averageof
causes of rheumatoid arthritisWhat treatments in for a financial groups about whom your own behalf scene of activity when pupils in integrated daily
will help rheumatoid arthritis patients find boost, you may expectto there may be some 4-10-55-17-56-415 yon encounter criticism school districts --

relief from pain and enable them to live and gain your ends doubts.The 25th,27th or opposition. ;
and 28th are the best SCORPIO The 24th and 26th are only.
work as'normsl people do? fully on the25th,27th '
days for introspec- Bora Oct. 21th thra Nov. 22aa the d when this "The Constitution is
There are no complete answers to these questions and 28th. two the federal
as :yet But there are scientists in lab- 160551393165TAURUS tionself betterment This quarter shouldbe urge may be almost I of all the states compact"
oratories all over this country,finding pieces and the establishment an excellent one overpowering, but it the NAACP statement,
of information whichit is hoped, will someday of a solid foundationfor for you personallyif would be a mistake to declared "and the
RA- Anril 20** nira 20th progress a nd succumb it You ,
May the to are
tit together and produce an answer to prevent you are under.. three branches of the '
another cause of crippling It would be lack of'good prosperity It may spell of romance, an most likely to arriveat Federal governaentas

When you pass a March of Dimes coin collector judgment to per- take appointment inspiring hobby or splendid decisions well as the govern-
mit or ill-ad or other poignant forces. and arrangements on
money metaphysical
in Over number of
drop your spare change. a ments of the states
vised adventures, to lesson, on the 26th, You may allow yourselfto the 25th,27th,28th and ,
that change added to the
years, spare spare the are obligated to uphold
come between you and to get you on be impelled by 29th.15Q771623.157.
change of millions of other Allericans,produced and it.
the Salk and Sabin polio vaccines. You have the one! who has prior right track these subtle elementson protect
9-20-33-19-48-923 "It seems to us well
claim love
every right to expect that your current con- on your the 25th,27th,28thand
AQUARIUS within this obligation :
tributions will produce results comparable to and loyalty ( 24th). 29th when they; are i
Born J20th thru Feb.>> 18th to uphold and
these two advances in modern medicine. Conscience should keep VIRGO at their peaks. Side- I
you on the right path Born An;. 24th thru Sept. tern step friendly mis Rugged individualenterprise I protect for the legislative -

if you have not :immunized This maybe the most understandingson the and not
JAMAICA, Kfhe'LFJDFIZ- yourself to active quarter of the 24th, by keeping your speculationholds 1beI I and executive
OBSERVERi its proddings (25th). month, due to the emotions s tric tly secret for success, branches of the '
Vi l' .7QM1.7 I newspaper is in a unique Your feelingsand the greater number o f under control. A dis- material ease and the Federal governmentor

OPINION position tIolII&ke or break suggestions of your planetary aspects comfort or job problem pursuit of happiness. either of themto refuse M,

many affairs sponsored followers,nay furnishthe both good and bad.Another ,similar to the one Do not allow yourselfto to continue the
local in be swayed by inneror subsidization of defiance
by organizations elements you require frustration, indicated earlier
Through its ability to supply or withhold pub- to establish the similar ,to one of the month,is disclosedon external pressures by certain of t ,

licity, the newspaper may be said to have almost true" reasons for living recent 'Vintage,see.- the 26th. into taking risks, or the states of theriil.ina
a strangle hold on the communityfs ac-r (28th-29th). to be due on die 26th. 6-20-44-12-31-624 succumbing to a pessimistic of the nation E
tint,.. That the publications do not abuse 380441782384GEMINI On'the credit side, frame of mind Supreme Court on constitutionality = (
this power is a tribute to the public interest you should have good r SAGITTARIUS (24th and 26th). The ."
reason to hope for {Born Nov. zeta wry De. %lIt prospects for achievement -* The NAACP branded as

DUBLINGA, COlRIER-HERALDAccording to a report Bon May 21t thra Jane zinc I the best,througji your You ...get help from recognition and not "valid" any talk
released by the Federal Bureau of Investigation This period is not private and social the most unexpectedsourcesagyou ;improved earning power of separating problems k

' tody, 'the nine- month period.J&D11&r7 without its pitfalls, associations,promote should are exceptionally of desegregation in
through September, ]1960recorded an eleven per despite the excellent good will and heatercooperatftn(25th,2dy accept it without bright on the 25th, public education frat +
cent increase in sellout crime in the United indications of advancement raestion: when this 27th and 28th. be problems of education I'

States over the same period in 1959...' for those 28th and 29th). does not cwt you 3-70-68-14-94-378 .,
"It's a job not for, lav enforcement officers who strive consistently: 2-40-11-15-87-241 in avaythat maybedeemed Any attempted separation -
alone; it is a taskwa think,for all Americana and gallantly They objectionable PISCES it said," would
.. Born Feb 19th thra SOrdi .20ttA
who believe that government by the lade the may take the fora ofexcessive mean merely iuitaagirgnerd
surest way. to freedom and that violations ambition "Man'. Days Arm Numk.r.c/" financial problem, improving education

should be speedily .and effectively punished." faaily: ,opposition, an estrangement or partnership for white youth
emotional letdown or Health and Fortune Can Be Yours split may while leavfcg desegregation -
TIRES FORK MQKFKERALDs "Automation which in rather depressing to the resourceful -
financial reverses(24 When You Know your Lucky Days, Lucky. bring -
ranks high among the moat contixjversial Te1- and 26th). Just don'tgo Colors Etc circmataacsi whimsies of
# opments of 'our dyis not exactly new.In fact overboardand start1 ia your.life,but they: chance, politicsbig-

it can be traced back hundreds of years and spending beyond reasonable Send $2.00. for your. .-.-'.. ', could aTe a much otry and manifold
t in our own 'times, produced a considerable uproar limits(31st). '. .4iS"-*. \ Guide For *.-.- 'r'"'. deeper meaning than economic aodpersonalpressuresthe
in the '30f8 rider the title of techno 5-40-33-19-71-543 .Horoscope. you realise(24th-26th) continued
cracy. Now, teaching machines are beginning February '';' :' The intuitive pacpCriaPtrorldwdds crippling of j

i to aid our flesh-and-blood teachers in the GANGES Fill in the blank below and nail to;:- ewes more than troai73oa
i task of instructing youth.... the teaching' Bora Jose 22ad tfcraAs aa r.'.a ZODIAC: -,Post Office Box 561 'y or emotional compnl- Negro youth prepactag
:t machine tell a student when he has made a Yeans has just Jacksonville 1, Florida sioas that hi&hliaht for life in I960.
: mistake and make MM try again before the turaed retrograde the 25th. 27th, 28th,

lesson Jll'1..*... The sore.eipbas3..e ones even your solar 10th house Nase -. aai 29t4 may be the The NAACP waned its
record the st riejt. score and advise him oa do not coBtinae to gvidepostatovhat you Members to beware ofCoBgressmea
in for results Street sold do. to fulfillyowr : who
his progress se4d answering press t vote
"St we hare a* idea what way ot.voal.. .: that have:: elided.you ., ', '. .'.'.., '. : .. .' lite'. mission for a non- segregationamendment.

do ,with. the apple J"! to date.TIte 24th ark .', Date.'-.. 01.--,:'Birth::; ;"< :_ ) -' -y.Dq.: ( rbnth 5-60-66-12-75-586 .

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Tkre. I THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday, March 18,1961t .
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Lily' Vhite' lodge, Rev. M. King

13l'Slates Ted .
Sunday March I 19 Will Speak

I By Louise Guinyard OnMarchl.9
Lily White Lodge 1n

If i Faint signs of spring 'and. bold hints of :ti i Jft willsponsor a Saint

IA I Easter are beginning to appear,and after sucha Patrick DeyTea SundAy

terrific, winter there aawuiy joyou hearts from 4-6 psu at
# .* # # # 1207 Davis St.,it vu
Another "sneak fashion show is on .record a announced this veeli 't 1 t r'i t.ce day. ,i
sponsored this tins by Lea Regalettes Club." .',') The -program follows: S.t !

The meeting was held in the beautiful and well It .,, .:.:.,41"t SelectionCongrega-
t. appointed, hone of >fra. Evelyn .norenC ,preai- :::k. tion; Prayer, Deacon

deot of the orgaaizstiaa.I 1:.. \ ;Scripture,HITS.

I / Spring outfits were on parade naturally ..:4" ...,.. 4 : t Ella Willis-
beautifully narrated by Mrs. Evelyn L. Hughes. 1 T' 'o'f.:.. duction Mistress of
..4 cJ "
t Prior to the 'fashioa display, the group was llh1 I ., f : ..JfJt........ ,. ash,..t ceremonies, Mrs L. LrI
4< R ..f..; 'QS
entertained by Mrs. Evelyn Veils with a wit ; : .'- Cunnings;Greeting from .. .
Lodge 131 Mrs. W. J. -W :f'
sharpening quiz gaae __ r' & : Dr Martin Luther
Another high point of interest w the review J- 4 t1{ 1 Steven.Solo *
King Jr minister
of movies taken at the group1 last meeting ; Mrs. GenevaAncfcrsonReadingMrs author lecturer, and,
et : ,
Mrs. ,Era is credited with this activity
Bryant Ii ., ," ,., ,--' leader of the success-
I I which followed an enjoyable, full course, ,,.- ;..r;:..:.' tM'., '.J;;;;'.. Helen Jackson; Mrs ful Montgomery, Ala.
dinner /,.' .IIf.o. Bessie Washington,
i .o; boycott will
Guest in the I ,.,...:,'}....iW'.......: _j solo Mrs Mary Taylor ,
A participating meeting include l'.nlill "-"'_ I .f- '- --, ..-i..:.:.-.--", -- ..'-. (.....:." :'. 'I ; speak here Sunday,
Mrs. Billie WilkersOD, Hortense w. Gray, response;0f f ering Jp* March 19 at 3:00 p.m.
: Miss Ida Logan, Mrs. Evelyn Veils* ,and Mrs IN RECENT MEESflMO-The Commxtnity Social and Savings Club held their Pearl Wasbingtonh- in Mt. Ararat Baptist
Hughes monthly meeting' in the home of Mrs. louise Williams, 5618 Dobboy St. troduction of offices; Church.

J Hr Eugenia CarsweU vas the happy recipient In first row from left are: Mrs. Ray Demery, Mrs. Mary Mobley, Mrs. Mrs. Eartha McGowan. The noted leader's

''t of the door-prize, a custcaary gesture by Les Ruth Long Mrs. Carrie Williams, and Mrs. M. Brown. Second row from Mrs. Winton Hadley appearance here i s

\\l Regalettes. left: Earnest Quarterman, Mrs. V. Perry, Mrs. M. L. Butler and JohnT. vill furnish music being sponsored ,by

* Butler. Third row from left: Mrs. L. B. Washington, Mr s. Jannie Chairman is Mrs.Sarah the Duval County Citizens

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity has set the date Hare, Mrs. S. M. Butler and Mrs. Hattie Hays. Back row from left: J. Anderson, and Mrs. Benefit Associa-

I for its annual Black and White Foraal This Boggs, Mrs. Nellie Brown, Mrs. E. t'!. Cannon and Ray Demery. C estine Freeman is tion and the Interdenominational -

)i time it's April 7, according to information .. co-chairman: Minis terbOL

, '! from the spokesman for the Jacksonville Alunni Bridge Club Meets Vocational School Alliance headed by
BIRTHSBirths Frank andRev
1 1 Chapter.
3 More about this later With I Mrs G. WhiteThe States April 3 .sIf J.S. Johns onThe general

". ; * at Brewster Hospital : '; public,and civic
recent meeting Joint Concertscamoa t; groups are cordially
J April seems to be a popular month for Greek
of the Los Diamontes invited to hear the
: Letter organizations. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie held Vo Vocational feed
Club was : integrationTnnYUIg
J Plans are being enacted by Sigma Chapter of Davis,1710 Helena St. Bridge High School announced leader.
Mrs.Geneva White.
\ Chi Eta Phi, nurses' sorority, for its Southeast Girl. with Guests. for the event'were that it vill presentits model you builder like racing in the and bargain you're a, Cu.t. //UK-
J Regional meeting to be held at Edward Mr. and Mrs. Herman first Spring you'll have fun making your own lUll If!HunC for new fast .et-'
Mrs. Bar amae if cant lit to tutdentist. lit jelly e imCARNATION
Quarter Midget Racer from you
I 1 Waters College April 1. .. Ervin, 2834 Galloway Musical Extravanza on a the test tftiflf ORA.JEL
Richardson and Mrs. new Monogram Models' hobby oaA-JEL Pate .
: Mrs. Ella Williams of dlhavilleN.C.,Regional Drive, Girl. Follow- Monday night April 3 kit. There's not only the chal- .alas kiss .1 .coU' .
k Director, will preside over the meeting.. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Evelyn Wells. in New Stanton Senior lenge of assembling this authentic -
the business meet- racing car, but the thrill of r rrtsI
Mrs. Susie Thonps on,Basileuslists other officers Blue, -P* 0. Box 332, played High School Auditoritm competition after it's built.

'J, .a of Sigaa Chapter' as Mrs, Viney Ford, Callahan, Fla.,Girl. with ingbridge club prizes was being I at 8 o'clock.Featured .
Anti-Basileus Mrs Aurelia Mr.and Mrs.Julia Hoyl in a joint
\ ; DaigeauGnBBateo3; Mrs. Luvenia r---
,: \ Mrs. Alberta C. Bevel Epiat leusMrs.Theres& 331 W. 19th StGirl. won by concert will be the ,
Newman and Mrs.Gladys I ,
Frazier, Taedachus; Mrs Willie Mae Reidhis- Mr and Mrs. Lewis Mrs.Wells won Isaiah Blocker Junior I

torian; Mrs. Lillie }I.Merrittparliaeatar3an; Thanas,221 Oscela St., Bryant.the guest prize. High School Concert I I I
Boy. Band under the direc-
Mrs Queenie Davil,chaplainMr .Nellie Harris
} sgt-at-armsand Mrs.Betty Brooks,chairman of Mr. and Mrs. David Mrs.Bnna Members present Morgan were Mrs.:, tion of Mrs.Norma S. I COOKING HINTS

E the program cae ittee.i Bowman, 5806 Begonia White and the Ne v

i Mrs Evelyn HJUlman, former Basileus, is Rd.Twins-Boy & Girl. Fannie Frances Walden, Mr Miss s. Stanton Senior High I\ 'p I 4
presently on leave to study mortuary scienceat Mr. and Mrs. WalterHendersonLavteyGdxU Miss School chorus under tl@ I ROSALIE
a Chicago institution Juanita Wright, the direction of Dr. I HOME SERVICE I DIRECTOR AND HER STAFF I SCOTT

* Mr.and l-frs. Solomon Annie B.Frazier, ,.Miss Alpha H. Moore. V.-- ------------- _/
I April 28 is "Jabberwock"timeset for the New Dunbar, 1344 Francis Frankie Sommers, Mrs. All proceeds from the
Stanton High School Auditorium Street, Girl. Gloria Fort,Mrs.Th l- concert will benefitthe Bake a fine-textured cake, add a delicious chewy filJingand
r ma GeigerMrs. Gladys frost generously with Creamy Butterscotch
Mr. and Mrs. instrument driveof Frosting
1 Tickets sale and be secured fr caimeobers
are on
Bryant, M r s. Luvenia ...you're sure to make a hit with your family and friends!
Prince Vocational
fyers324 St. High
of the Jacksonville Alumnae Chapter Newman and the host- Carnation Evaporated Milk, the whole milk that's been
of Delta Sigma Theta Sororitysponsors of the Girl. School Band.
Mrs. White. concentrated to a cream-like consistency ideal for
affair. Mr. and Mrs. Robert will The "Marching Engineers making this frosting smooth and' -creamy. This frosting
The next meeting
I "Variations in Moods has been selected as Thomas,2670 W.4th St. be held in the home under the direction recipe is quick and easy..but ever-so good! Carnation
this years theme and it :is expected that many Girl. 4 of Charles T* looks and pours like cream, even whips like cream..but
Mr. and Mrs. Charles of Miss Juanita MaxyQllwere costs less than half
organizations will participate. organizedin as much. Sounds terrific, don't you
* Robinsonl339 Apt.CW. Wright. October of this think? Do try it soon and see,

15th Street, Boy. year. The group is
Lea lines Charmantes Bridge Club met recentlyin Mr. end Mrs Johnnie BellsAPPLICATIONS practicing daily and

the home of Hr.and Mrs.Rudolph Daniels with Clemons, 2239 Dan on Wedding will male several public -

Mrs Pearl Mackey as guest. Streets Boy. ,, appearances:in the
Priscilla Brown od Mrs.Charlotte Bostick, FOR
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph near future. The most
were high scorers for the evening. Mintz,912 Dewitt St., MARRIAGE LICENSES pressing need of the
Movies of the Daniels' baby s christening Girl. Rubin Jefferson; 1341 Prince band at this time is

(Michelle) and of the club's Valentine party Mr. and 'frs. Malcolm New St., .70 York and Ave.Tressie, Lakeland Hill, 1255, 60. N. 'I instruments Jackson .r y A.

were interesting highlights of the meeting. Sessions, 1726 W.l2thStreet Carlton J. Hayward, 534 Blox stated that he hopes I.
Mrs Helen GregoryMrs.; Joyce LawsonMrsNcoBa Boy. ham St, 33 and Bennie L. Brown,I that this effort win

White, Mrs. Lydia Dwight Fletcher,Mrs. Arnetta Mr. and Mrs. Willie "4925 Ave. B, 21. help solve that problem -
Walker, Mrs Brown, and .Bostick were among Shepard 439 Claude Mack Morelan, HL 1778 Mt .
Herman St., 23 and France 1
members participating in the meeting. Street, Boy. Woods, 218 W. 8th St., 22. The concert is under
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Mr. and Mrs. Jones the joint sponsorship
Leonard Davis, 1703 Barnett I
The Lincoln Country Club provided the settingand Butts,5847 Abelia Rd., St., 27 and Hattie Mitchell, 1308 of the Band Parents
Mrs. Thelma Lewis was hostess when the Boy. W. 28th St., 23. ClUb Mrs. ClarethaNorms 1

Smart Set met last week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roland C. Levens, 1018. Arey president and
St, 30 and R. 1014
Mary Tyler
and Mrs. Mirian
Mrs. Jaet Johnson Burney were McGriff, 3217 Plateau Spearing St., 43. the Parent- Teachers
guest playerswith the latter winning the guest Street, Girl. Emery F. Williams, Rt. 2, Ga AssociationjHrs 'ofw

prize Mr.and Mrs.Nathanie1Christopher lena, Ohio, 22 and Lillie A. Mack, Jenkins, president
Mrs Thomasina Engram, Mrs Louise Valtonand Box 164 U9J5 W. 22nd St., 19. "'- CREAMY BUTTERSCOTCH FROSTING 1
t Mrs. Charlotte Stewart qualified for club Star R. Fort, Geo. Morgan, 1016 W. Duv Jaxons Cited On (Frosts one 8 or 9-inch layer cake) \
George, St, 42 and Lue E. Buckhanon / cup soft butter 1 teaspoon vanilla
prizes Florida, Girl. 544 Helden St., Apt. 6, Orlando FAMU Honor List 1/ cups firmly'packed brown sugar 3 to 3'/a cups sifted I
Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Fla., 35.Thos.. /a cup undiluted CARNATION confectioners sugar !
W. Funderburke, 703 3Ave. TAIXAHASSEEJacksonville -
Lee, 4817 Booker St., So., Jar. Beach, Fla., 2 students were EVAPORATED MILK

Boy. 'and Edith Maree, P. O. Box 1321 among those listed among Cream butter in small electric til spreading consistency. Fill
NOW'S THE TIME TO ORDER, Mr* and Mrs. Ben ,Jacksonville, Fla., 32. "honorenrolleesti beater bowl on high speed until cake with Praline Filling. Frost. E
Pocahontas-Briquets Poll;! Broad St. Everson St, very light and fluffy.Add brown
'is,218 Walter Smith 924
COAL Coke 221 for the first semester sugar and continue beating until PRALINE FILLING: Melt 3 table-
Anthracite- 24 and Carolyn E. McMillon,
Boy. very light. Add Carnationand butter. Stir in %
of the 60-61 acadate spoons cup
mi cmr.wiDk DELIVERY .fr. and ?frs. Carlton Wister St. 21.Alexander vanilla. (Mixture will havea firmly packed brown sugar, r 3
__ ALL SEASONS ICE & FUEL CO. Cherry, 4645 Moncrief L. Day, 733 W. Du year at Florida A and curdled appearance at first) cup undiluted Carnation Evap..
i |5.11 NORWOOD AVL PHONI.PO. 44511WHEN Village Boy. val St., 28 and t Mary J. Jackso, H University, it vas Beat vigorously for 2 minutes orated Milk. *i cup shredded'
or until Add confectioners '
733.W. Duval St., 23. announced this week very fluffy. coconut and 2 cup choppednuts.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel sugar 1 cup at a time, .Heat over low heat to boiling -
Danonel, 1216 W. 5th PATRONIZEFlorida Signal -honors ve re ,beating after each addition, un_ Cool. ,
also conferred GQ Hiss -- _
Street Girl. StarAdveriisen I-
Margie Alvarez vhovas:>>
Mr. and Mrs MillieIiay,1358 PHOTOGRAPHS FOR
YOU ABE ILL Madison St. Bong the sixteen
Yea ,Seek Tk 'BeWk0a Dodrr- Firm. That AdrtrtiM With Us students r e c e iving
Girl. Wmt Y.vr I...*. EVERY OCCASION
Yovr Doctor I'll) .. Mr.and Mrs.John Mays And IUp.ct Ymv feet straight A's. '
CM Exporleaccd P1.eaa1ir' 1. -
To'FIB Year PrerfptSa 1750 W. 29th St.Oil. 'Ir ra/ I s Aq : Expert Pkoiogrtpky
AccoK&g To Yew Deed's Mr. and Mrs. Virgil .r x p We4dlngs. Beaqvat
Ordet. w. UM Oil= Rogers,802 W2lst St., -_ 'c. p..ysel. & Ideatiftcmttoa Pk s1w

'., The Bert.CraY!= Dng .:Air. Boy. wdITRUSTEDrn T Pits.Jc For Cogfunercld Work"Pkefee .
Hewsptper Gale
r. C. E. BbckProprfeid Mr.and Hrs.Joe Sualar Will Yea Walt
... ? 5235 Cleveland Rd.Boy* 7NPAIN LIEF sz. s Coleriag & Picture Fyaetog

,I HEGISTERED PHARMACISTS: TO SERVE YOU Hr. and Hrs. RobertYillfassRt.lBnz l Lei Ue.Tafc. A Pkelo Of Yes

LILLY'S DRUG STOREW7 CallahanFla, Boy 261 la NalunJ Color I' 'I

: Mr. and Mrs Henry 54 : !,

W7 King. Hoiul ELIIa WI7I tfynna, 1368 West '14th A VEBrl PHOTO STUDIO ? :

-A Bafebcr COMPLETE Good.LIME C,,.Oi,,.. -..airIM Street'Mr. and, Boy Mrs. Willie ++ 1674 Kiafi M.-Next to EWC UbroryPioae ...; :
,4 FBESCBIPTiOKff. CALLED- FOR. AMD DELIVERED Wells, ,4116 Lockhart K EL 4-7MC fW.AppointaealBI '.
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I ,f, r.I -{ :- /!::; ].';i,,If;;' : :tf.-"c.!_:,;:._ ,.:.. :'''t/:, ifT_;;., :?''}<,I::","'"'"-' ;:Stanfan Af Annual R.--FAMU. WorkshopThe Awards 1: I

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"I ;J .... .d :. #,. 1., ". .). .. yearbook and school paper of New Stanton
I I ti Y It Senior High School received three awards at

Hi the Eleventh Annual Interscholastic Press Workshop -
e ,
y f yTvp6 1 E held at Florida A. and M.Un1versitY'March
ft': s r 2-;.
; i rby '
The yearbook received, the journalists
awards for having the _
"Best Features" and Brooks stated that 1
t I L 1
c' t t: the group would be
L ) Y 3 the "Best layout.

T k1J 40 ; r i r These awards were? ... given time to make a .J
school wid report
rif given by the McMurray
4 Printers of. Miami and during a future assembly -

y the 61 Rattler o tFlQrida. program."It .

JA1et: : .c. ; -A.and M. Universityrespectively.- certainly wa s a

ir GIr signal honor to learn

I : r The Stantonian school that the workshop paida
j' special tribute to
I .-..; paper received an a-
the late Talbert A.
4t ward
for having the
./ who
Jackson attended
tbCU& \ i <, '-", "Best Column" in the ,
j '. .t I; ; nine of the workshop
: .....'. .'. school paper division.
: fJ: jif sessions at FAMU while
\ t f' This award was given
0: 'Atipofth.Pepsi. Cop :; f.i.: ....) .:,f: .(..f. rfi 1 f by a local paper.Representing serving as advisor for
f. "
to thti* outstanding ; our journalism
young New
,,4 .Aiqtrlcons, who oaks our 1 1I f fLi t, Stanton I am more than sure
Hf country and our community 1I High
I a bottjj,'p Hfe*.in,which to t School at the work- that under the direc-
t *. 'llvo,I Ia ;, tion of Mr. Smith and
,.<,,' _i/. .' .i-: shop were Sandra F.
: his staff the
: Duncan, editor of the
c J *.** *, *,* :........!:: ..t ..-.;:'.- "-:\- I school paper; GraceURhindlariderassistant will continue to expand f
1 I I into one of the

il. CELEBRATE 49th ANNIVERSARY Last Sunday, Girl Scout.,and Brownie Troops around the world editor of the year -' most effective workshops -

celebrated the first day of a week's long series of events marking the organization's49th book; James W. Haz- of this kind in
anniversary In keeping with the progra ,the'Girl?Scout and Brownie Troops of Saint zard, Sydney Kellam this part of the na-

[z UU. Paul AttS Church presented an :impressive prograsa The general public is invited to attend I Jolita McC ray, Iva tion"Brooks concluded. : -

; I and inspect the Girl Scouts 'cook-out scheduled for Saturdaystarting at 12:30 p.m.in Mt. Gene Miles, Jacquelyn .

Herman Park Mrs. Irene Bagg is scout leader. Assistants are Mrs. L'Questra EverettMfcs M. Harris, Rose Ann .

HA"Douglas AngLen Hogan, Mrs. Lucille Seases, Mrs Vera Johnson, "Mrs Flossie Weaver and Mrs Dora Shine and Rodell F.. Alpha Kappa Mu's

= Anderson Anderson. i Roberts, advisor for
the school paper staff 23rd Convention

j Pepsi Cola Dealer Group Wedding and journalism club,!
.; and Pepsi Cola Bottling ; and Mrs.Ruth P.White- March 23 25

I ( Company salute March 27 ,At locke, guidance coun-

Martha: of the Twelfth St. Matthews selor at New Stanton,
:grade. Her activitiesinclude who served as chaperone. GREENSBORON.C.Tbetventy
& ,
Matthew third annual
St. Baptist -
:Annual staff, .
Church's c'onmittees Jolita convention of the
president of Debating McCray and
hare completed arrangements ; Alpha Kappa Hn Honor
.team, reporter of the F. Duncan both
for its 1 tR. submitted Society to be held
Jones chapter special articles
-ene It.1t **. heralded groupvedding j L ; _. .; S ; for The Work- at A&T CoUege,March
;.it. which takes place in q 23-25 will draw more
: the church auditoritm I shopperan eight page than 150 delegates.
r 4J/
'L paper printed at t h eworkshop.McC
Monday nigfrtMarch 27 1 A Dr* VCStroudpro-

I and is slated to begin 's article fessor of government
,/ : ', had to do withan
1 at 8 o'clock.Highlighted and advisor to the
4 n on theM'o8raa P Sd interview she had local Garoa Tau Chapter -
\ J ; with Dr. George W.
will be a parade ,host of the con-
Gore, "president o f
of the city's vention, said last
-. F FAMUand Duncan's article -
outstanding week that advance

OLLICE WILLIAMS with the winner to be 1 :i was entitled registrations indi-
Janes Weldon Johnson & Th IJ.dHER "Racial Discrimination11
j crowned "Bride of the cate a record turn-
and dealt with this
Night. out of student '
members -
:. Tribute is paid to The church is locatedat MAJESTY AND COURT> -Anidat ceremonial poop, Mrs. Mattie Foster, very sensitive American from more than

't'. ;Gllice of the Ninth 28th StandHon- (center), was crowned Mrs. Union Progressive as a highlight of Beth- problem.In 50 colleges and universities -
I grade class. He is a and lehen Baptist Church's Matron's Societies successful planning and presentation addition to learning -
l 'I' crief Road the located
member of the College of the colorful In is the various techniques
is project. foreground one of the queen's in
public cordially mainly the Southeast -
i 1,Circle Teen-age Club, invited to attend the young ladies-in-waiting, Debra Thobs.Annette Thomas,(left)crowned the f o r producinga .:

\ vice presidentin GleeI' event Mrs. MaryDean queen while Rev S* Gaston, moderator,looked on. In background is Ma. better high school Three-college
Club, and assistant Sinilton M. Griffin, director of the matrons. publication the local presidents
publicity will take
secretary of Sunday
high journa-
chairman announced praainent roles at
1 School class at.New.
lists found time to
Bethel..A. M. E.Church." New Seats Deaths AndFunerals Large'Jax Baptist ,DelegationTo converse with the the Dr.Samuel three-Proctor day meet, 'r

Installed At several nationally president of AUr,vill
Attend St. Pete ConferenceSome
known consultants in. deliver the keynote

Strand Theatre 4 CARTER-Mrs.. FlossieL. of Jacksonville's leading ministers and attendance a't the address at the opening

Installation of comfortablemodarn.aeats-. of 1667 W. 7th St. lay epople will leave the city for St.Peters workshop, also with session CI1 Thursday -
: President Gore and
.r LEE-Mrs. Gussie of burg over the weekend of March 19th to attend ,March 23beginn-
has recently taken Bridgeport, Conn.CARLTONJohnnie. the 47th annual session of the Progressive other officials a t ing at 2:00 p.m. He j

place at the Strand E d Baptist State Convention and the varied sessions Florida A.and H. Uni- will speak on the

JI Theatre, t he manage-. of 5218 Cleveland Rd. of five of its. auxiliaries.ioe versity concerningtheir theme of the convention -
b _. ...
interest in attending
ML -
ment announced this HENDRIX-Dan of 132,; sessions V1LLconvene "The'Scholar-
-*1\ GWENDOLYN DONALD Week. The public is Grunthal St.SUMLERHtchael. with : Friday morning,and the institution Changes andChallengss

'" Isaiah Blocker invited to take{'advantage Dar Collie Baptist Rev. ERSjbBpson at a later date. of the Sixties Dr.

of the new f e a-, nell of 5235 Cleveland of which the Rey.I ]]. deliver the mes I Principal Charles D. Benjamin EMayspres-

Gwendolyn is,a member ture and to enjoy top' Rd. '. I F. Bt Cubby ,is for the Junior i Brooks of New Stanton ident of Morehouse I
of the 9-8 class. She
flight movies in sixesconditionedcomfort. McGRUDER-Hill of Jef- .;, past or,March 2126. 's session Sun received an official College,Atlanta,Ga.,
serves as president ferson St. Heading the delegation ; morning. report from the dele- will deliver the main
of her roan,secretary, gation from New Stan-
-- will be t Rey.J.C. H* B. Millerof I address at the annual
of 9-8 English Club, I ton which represented
Sans, gen Cove Springs, I banquet to be heldon
;I secretary of Ninth! the local school at
president, who & +PhilUpa Friday evening and
grade and is member
a the and was
4 workshop
r open the Hibernia are among Dr. Walter NRidley: ,
of the Honor Society in' his
very high
proper by church president of Elisabeth
., near
Hobbies I the acti-
are singing, morning at 9 who will play praises City State

and dancing- ",. and will continue vities taking place Teachers
: roles. Mrs. College
*** *-* at Florida A. a n d"M.; ,
preside during is the presi is nstimalpn.ideat.
business University: and t h e.
major pedod.throUlhout of the Senior
t<-:. keen interest. shown..
". :- the ,week.h E ducational "
additions to presiding Missionary Con- ... n!

,.Jt" Usten to PepsiMusicQuest the mini on.she will open ";
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p' ; '
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meeting onWednes- tA''O : : -::; >.-i'TU-t ',.' ': !' :.. ," :". : ." I 'U
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Friday : t ;.:' :' ;. ,- L ,: '" 1":=.=. .

Kina 10:30to 11b01t afternoon f'y., -, ...,,...:..k... ." .,...<:...,..."'..&'\'" .:.:t. '-''Wf". -----,
at 2x30 p* m. are Mrs. / t' 1 '"r-"

'For Phone Requests preach his annual.sew e'm vice presi : t I If
EL. 6-04 61-2 on Sunday ;Hra.ML.Johnson, II! e Ci :

*. 11 o'clock vice president :" _

Others who will O.C. Vauchtdean f f

t L active are the Ren.V : Methods, and Mrs. i
.H.HU1,H.H.RtH" Dowel is as-
: char of tia' tat.t ant;*frsJU Johns on

t r I Evangelical B o;ard treasurer and Mrs.

r .Rev B. & Mwferd aDd 24s..L. .

1400 WRHC 1400 dated to deliver Avery of Dayto&a --
:. ; sexvoa on [ field workers :13CC LU rVTLY COLORED SUBDIVISION i
J m'U.e WMirtftrily swag bill and lake ttctfoa'of
-PRJLTTJRB3KEN ---- night sat Jonior ,
c.luagr, M his.> 07*of Sliver Springs and About 112t I
BeT* .., officials ares k lyrt tGaJMniUe""P&&tb( ) aesrt ,
K'N'IGHTKNIGHT serve .. HaU,nee enis 0fI-U. Wi.: 1&cdprlvllege b. Mach- 8WminbtC
*-PRESENTING- tor the Mrs. R.L. ; -,. "'' 1.f1 +iiat ,"' .faro**ttc alio arallabt :-pre4ii 4op.p .
itex;gsa4J1q: *"- ..maU'ap&.ea&'ar4 amal
TRAIN He.&Ill a1.deliTe : fimaacial ? d.til.. .
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8-9 rx.c-- 12.1 KIOBTLT the closiBf aasya & Mrs.. }b K* i'bca a ltrarll. norld&. F> .y'r.. 9:

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f THE FLORIDA StAB I?cdurday, March 18, 1961'Sector .. .

I r 'Card's' -Bill White Hampton's Pirate' Iii

: S1! y.:';;, .r:' f .; \l, ;Cites St. Pete"Chamber Finishing Strong' ,

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i/' : :: -\J: :, ST.PETERSBI3RG In current basketball
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&- c" -openinf the season enters the
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major -
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{" in the keenervith seeding
baseball teas top -
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.c o< ., south, Lofll3fCards in theCIAA tovra-
star first 'bastUan ament becoming prime
.. Bill White stated. ,. \;'. objective the midst
.'. wtfhea vill ve N iro"pla.nrl of the turmoil the

f. be made to f Hsmptom Institute
Pirates have been
feel like err consistently -
White last week vas fa. better with

protesting the treatment each game, pulling
= received :trca the within two places of
... Virginia .
'--- I St.Petersburg Chamber conference leader -

of Ccss&erce vhich had Pillsbury Company Receives Brothe..jci Aard Union University
Ig-i slated a breakfast In spite of attempts
.- ', Good Brothers: Displaying awards presented them in Chicago at
J, .: last week honoring Brotherhood Banquet, (1. to r.) Allyn Powell of Pillsbury Flour to quell the torrid
ir:...\t,. :"; -" -" --ip members of the St. Co., Dr. Martin,Luther King Jr., Hamilton Posner president Pos. shooting pace of Hampton's -
ner Distributing Corp., and Daryl Grisham of Parker House
; Louis Cardis&Lii Slid Sausage Co., receive congratulations from Dr. Charles D. Proctorc. great "Fussy"bard.
:; the Nev York Yankees ( .),president of Chicago Conference for Brotherhood. ,t .

students, Janes C. Carey, son of Mrs McQueen Farnell,634 East
'First Street, Jacksonville. 'Fhamacy. d&velyn: Johnson,(right)Nursir&i
i Florida A & H University, Tallahassee, Florida are shown an old
pill ,roller in a reconstructed antique apothecary shop during their
recent tour of Lederle Laboratories Diviaioa, .ericai Cyanaoid Qsgaqr
in Pearl River, New York. With this Guest Escort,. Elizabeth ShuLtz.
I Miss Johnson and Mr. Carey spent the day visiting research and pro- YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME ATTHE HOME OF FRIENDLY CREDIT

J! 'dU tiOD facilities of the 600-acre pharoaceutical,. plant with other WE FINANCE OUR ACCOUNTS NO CARRYING CHARGES
I 'Senior students from Florida A & M.

1, Homemaker's Service ShowSlated 4 ,PIECE BEDROOM SUITES 7 piece LIVING ROOM SUITE


Protest Meeting Here March 2325Another LARGE URGE MIRROR DRESSER S8888' ASIONAL LAMPS CHAIR ,18888

t merchandising spectacle replete with BOOKCASE BED TABLES-1 OCC.TABLE
CHARLESTON JS. C.-'A. demonstrations, presentation of outstanding -
Roman Catholic organ- entertainaent: and the nightly awarding of HALL RUNNER SHOP GALLON n C9x12
ization of as"0rganisationof hundreds of valuable free gifts will enhance
known the third annual Hoae&akerts Service Show
of Catholic Parents" scheduled from Tuesday through Saturday at $ 00 SQ.PALM'S LINOLEUMRUG

t vhich had scheduled a Duval Armory, State and Market streets, March i YD.THURSDAY 3 Piece Foam Rubber

meeting Monday nightto i J23! 24, and 25. The afeaission free exposition FRIDAY. SECTIONALSOFA
discuss and
ways will start at 6 p.m.each night,Coverage,Inc.,
means of protesting DINETTES
parochial school in- its... sponsors-. -announced.- 5 PIECE _
lien Knijtwsll-knavn
tegregation, called local radio figure,'' $ 8495Cash
off the when $3995
threatened meeting with excommunication heads activities for TILL 1 ,
i this year's exposition -, : !
He has secured t' 95c DOWN 8 P.M. ONLY $3.00 WEEK Cash & Carry
The suspended meet-
the services of equally f '

,ing have was been believed the outgrowth to- Jessie prominent Hears home Mrs. i

of a. pastoral economist at, Edward ti } PALM FURNITURE CO. 'H

letter Feb.19 telling Waters College Mrs ,

Roman Catholics to Hears will co nduct .1439 KINGS ROAD The Home of Easy Credit E
start preparing for nightly demonstrations = ,

desegregation of parochial on food preparations :-
schools The and oth .
er ':
letter ted been issuedto allied features. t

all churches of the Free grand prizes to .
Charleston Diocese, be awarded during the r STOP LOOK-! LISTEN !
which embraces the three day show will KEN KNIGHT ,
i State of South Carolina include a double ..At Annual Show

by the Host Rev. PaulA .matresa set, popular
uU;+*aribiahop of national brand, t e 1- appliances. 4 t
the diocese. evision set, deluxe The auditorial will
4 f Bishop .Nallim.n n had roller portable bar, present a colorful: FREE FREE FREE

$l earlier stated that a whole hog, twin setting of merchant

those who. : resisted the Hollywood bed le ,and booths showing and
edict" could not expect an electric demonstrating the
their status in NiHserous other range.free latest in appliances, ANNUAL HOMEMAKERS'

the church to emir gift include foods, household.' furnishing!, t
beverages and small 6o4s, and JW17.other
unchanged. ,
I features embracing the : SERVICE SHOW
+1961 Look." ,

President, kenned Praises Mr.Knight ,invites the
entire family to visit

New ,Orleans Integrationist annual and enjoy free the showingof third :ii :" Dazzling Exhibits Big Prizes Top Entertainment

the annual Hcaemaker's -
WASHINGTON Endorsement of Hew Orleans edu- g' "
cators, parents and other citizens now attempting Service Shove GRAND PRIZES INCLUDE:

to carry out courtordered integration
of public schools here were vigorously Fla. NAACP Unit \ ': Twin Hollywood
endorsed by President: John F.Kennedy Portable TVIndependent G.EL
recently.D.a Call For Race Range
..._.a__ ..1..iN.U6 .._ _.-. :;:41
j fftfor WIllI pvup: x Beds
their intelligence Relations Life. HARPERCunningham
"quiet" who have been on the Body .
t and "cour-,.
Furn.Co.'s .
age", the president probld.'lcontiDU front line of this" WEST PALM BEACHThe I Insurance Co. 'r,.:. AppliancesFinest
stated, "This is no I 1I. .
In NAACP this week called 'Finest'Double
accepting''t.1e -.command
tine for schools to "
for a single committee -
of the Constitu- .
close for any reason, tion vithdignityfthey ,membership Q....xe-on Wheels

and certainly no tine too, are contributingto representing both Whole Pig ComptetoPortable ,
for schools to be
white and Negro, to
the j
1! closed in the nane of all iaeiicans.education" of discuss local race relations Mattress :'.. ,' lor .
racial dilcr.bda&tftal SINGLETON'SBarBQue .
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Also in his ,
It is believed that tO Dr.Nannh chair message w1 Mrs. L.E. Bu1e,local GATE CITY S':, ConsolidatedDistributors

the president's message of the ccsBdssionthepresident ; NAACP president, expressed .. .
to the US.Civil to Major PercyI. ',1 Mattress Co. .
said "our
Rights C omission's ; Hopkins 'the belief I
very survival as a .
third annual conference that the "ttae is fast ,
free nation"
on schools inVilliMburg,7a.vas a on the preserving depends and drawing near" when c, : I Hundreds of Other Prizes .'" 'i ,, ",' .:
barriers .
improving of the prohibitive : _
follov to a recent public ; .;: ,
up gainst Negroes "vill
schools ; ::: Including : :
WeD h :
statement e be.: ,droppe a* ,
pledged to mouse the "Our .leaders ..H' f.1' ,'"
city SmoN
I Groceries AppliancesDuval
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moral authority" ,of shotSd consider ... ..'.. .
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SPORTING DOGSA the *M matters,- tough job for any sportsman IDa oi"dbr' in a periodof ".L, H:- I Armory ', .'. -< ,
Saluting the cow' is removing porcupine quills transition," Mrs. r :; ',: 7: :
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ageoue people of New from the mouth of a favorite Bute :said .i"' "!..
hunting dog. This tip will help ,; 0" '. ,: :'" .
Orleans vho have
; remained She also asked for i ..-* ,
both the hunter and the animal. ..... _. '
steadfast in preparation of, theccsronity ';: (Market & 'State Streets)J". "':;',,::
Rub some baby teething lotionin ,_
obeying the lav H f ,,_;
% the dog's mouth.This will kill "to accept '

Kennedy, "Let further me pay declared 'much(Try of for the pain a $50 on.prize both aides.Send ;all basis citizens of their bail. the Thur$4; Fri;; Sat:: (i ,.Until?) '. ; /: :-lhr..23,24,25: :

tribute to the schoolchildren ,your tip to A.A. Contest Sports identified: M iaeri- J J'k
Afield, 059 8th Ave., New York t s'. -
aad theirparents than by ,. ,r .
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*. .5 t George A. Wilderassistant instructor in the department -
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i. *t'-.. :" S j ; of military science Florida A&M 'Uni
S. M. D. ; -
: By Madison Spach, >' :
'*.1I. .,- .. ,', i' ', versityestablished an ROTC ( Reserve Officers'
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-, Departiaflnt Pediatrics : .. .. -f..:. ., ., ""...... .
S'' ,'S/ -T', Training Corps) Blood Bank for the purpose of
DuJce School of Medicine "
; University ;
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: r'f. _'''' and students,members of the community and city,
, Heart cuqmra, are extremely coon :In perfectly ., ::
.1 '" > and facilities of ROTC cadets. Since that time
". ,
. nOrmal children. At least three out of ten ,"'1 'I'
'.<, II he has given this project his untiring attention
normal children have a heart murmur at sometime '
... Under his supervisionnearly 300 pints of blood
during childhood These completely Innocent -
,4.1 have been donated by arc cadets and members of
'heart-nurscurs occurring.in'normal children 'I

the detachment. _
referred to "functional !' ; S
are' '. _. .1. as_ a murmurs. ; Sargeant Wilder assisted -
By 'definition a heart
{ S murmur means that the For reasons yet unknown < j! Rev. E. W.Spearmanto Jaxon Serving

completely r establish
doc tor can hear noises : > a blood AlliedNaval
J With
onset of rheumatic ; ? bank for the Saint Michael .:
.otherthanthe usual
heart. sounds when he fever is related to.. ij. ;. : ,' ii'' and All Angels Forces

to infections caused by iQ' ; S. 'I ,,;-"'" Episcopal Church. H e -. .
listens the "
child \
: :' a called t h& f{ Ii ,it !: :;. \
germ also
ch st.It :is by listening ; : .. ...' oaintains close I ,I
; streptococcus. B y ; ." liaison with several cf H.
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with a'lteth cope J! ./ .
few treating streptococcal .,: .," the community's doctoIs i icmd
and by a simple : .
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tests that the physician sore throats with' ;.' .r: :#"'' .if.... with the Cripp1ed'Children rg'i
penicillin.atta' k .1'.. i' '
8 I s Commission
c an .usually '
teU the difference of rheumatic fever i, Ii I in furnishing blood for
be ----- -S -- -- ----
can prevented.Al-
patients. S
between innocent
and those that so, once an attack CASH GIFT-Charles Sinmons, president of ]the Fla. Jaxs Inc., and L. Sergeant Wilder has _

result from actual has .occurred, the I. Alexander, a representative, present Junius A. Bowman, executive been the top ncncomis-' I

abormalities. daily administration secretary of the Jacksonville Urban League, a contribution in form of sioned officer o f the S'S
S of small doses of a check for 88100. ;; -
There are generally: Florida A&K ROTC Detachment _
two groups of heart penicillin can prevent Looking on ,are members of the board'ot directors of the JacksonvilleUrban for the past

disease in children.The recurrences. League, Dr. E. W. Thompson and Mrs. I. E. Williams.The four years and: the ROTC I
Fla. Jaxs have made annual contributions to the Urban League to Elood Bank i s one example Naples, Italy--Ea r-
most common type
congenital heart disease S Jax Coeds ontinue its program in conmunity improvement in areas of housingin- of his many commendable nest Swan, Jr., Co m-
dustrial relations vocational missaryman 3rd Class, :.
guidance, employment, conmunity contributionsto
is the result
Navy, son of Mr.
of faulty develop On Honor List ,. and race relations. ..S. the the coinrAinityand and Mrs.Earnest Swan,
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ment of the heart before city. Jr., of 1163 West 6th

birth. The next TAI..UHASSEE-Sixteen 40 College Heods1 Music 'ConsultantCOLUHBIAS.C. Street, Jackson ville

most common heart affliction S of the 154 students ToAttendA&TPresidential : C. D. Course Florida, is serving
in childrenrheimiatic making the honor roll I '
at headquarters Allied'
is heartS for tie first semesterat Fete
'disease. Florida,,A&M adversity I .-- Dr. TALLAHASSEE-A special Forces Southern Europe.A

William P. Fosterdi- defense course i n former student: of
made four pointsall GREENSBORO N.C.-Rrty I
Although many forms rector of bands and
New Stanton Senior
survival in
( A's) personal
of heart and seven university and college -
congenital head of the music
School in Jacksonville
disaster is being offered High
'have been will
exempted presidents .
disease and rheumatic :
department at Florida
Swan enlisted
the faculty and
from the
registration lead a contingent of
heart conditions c abe : A6M Universityservedas in t h in A-
fee for the staff of Florida AtM e Navy
spring representing
8erious ther-e
consultant for a
Prior to
University pril, 1955.
seaester. 120institutions of
may be children with: r clinic held for the
Dean M. S. Thomas reporting to Naples
Students who did not higher learning and I I ,
either of heart
type 1
band directors and
he served in the
I chairman of the university radar -
have to the $75 educational I
condition of a mild pay nearly 50 instrumental teachers

nature which allows the registration spring ,fee for societies of at Dr.Samuel the inauguration _-___ ____2_- :__' _._1_u__SS_____' :::',;if.';>_2 ;:"1, of South Carolina here mitteesaid safety the courseis com Lookout.picket ship U.S.S..
the child to lead a "'! last week at the offeredincoopera- Headed by U. S. Admiral

normal life. .are Mrs Lutrelle Mc- Proctor president AT FAMU-Marie Alford, Booker T. WashingtonHigh tion with the Tallahassee Charles R.Brown,

In congenital or' inborn dockton; ,junior, home of ACT College hereon Miami freshman Jo won School. of Allied Forces Southern -
heart diseaseifthe economic3Port St.Joe; Saturday,March 18. second in the p r jDgram
place The clinic for band Civil Defense. Europe is a s ix-
Hiss Darn, ll Mitchell, Dr. George C. Royal, statewide
condition is severe Florida directors was held natioh comand respon-

enough to cause BeachMrs.junior,nursing,Daytxna professor of bacte- essay contest, is now' under the sponsorship PATRONIZE sible for the defense

ill health usually Mary Montgryjuniornursing- riology and chairman enrolled in the school of the South Carolina Florida StarAdvertisers of Greece, Italy and

can be of the Inauguration of agriculture and School Activities
surgery per- 'I CentruyMiss Gerattine Secondary Turkey under the North
formed to return the releasedthis onomics at
home c
Role 4th pharmacy e Association. Firms That Advertise With Us Atlantic AllianceNATO
heart to normal. Such year week the names Florida ArM Univer-- Want Your Business ( ).
student, MLami; And Your Race
operations most commonly Nathaniel N.Williams of the heads of col- sity. _._.--- Respect f

are- 'aimed at junior, political, [leges and universitieswho S
closing abnormal openings -
had accepted invitations -
between the science Tsmpa; Japes I
to participate
F. senior
various heart chambers. -
,in the event.
.Many people have political science, The week long cere- '. : x 'I4! C
actually viewed such Baker; and Yvonne A. \' .c t ( 6'
monies began onSunday
procedures on tele- Youngjunior.nursing, afternoon March 12
Wildwood. ,
vision. will be climaxed with :
S There are other chil., Nine of the 16 \'i'T
students making the"perfect" 'the formal program at
dren who have heart 11:00 A. M.on Satur-
murmurs from mild March 18 in the
the faU day, ,
tern ccapLete4 ,
heart abnormalities
Charles Moore Gymnasium 4
yet the heart function requirements fbr graduation / I Ic.
at which tiine Dr. : 5.J 55 Y
5: 5 _
wcreMargie P.AlverezJacksonville. / /
remains completely ,.
Proctor will be officially S .5

normal.These require periodic children medical Irene P. BellQuincy;; inducted as DISCOVER '
fifth f
check-ups but Beatrice B. dwell, president, 0 U
the 70-year old insti-
Jasper; GLnlack
may never require cor- ,
tution. Dr.William C. 1/
rection of their defect .- Jacksonville; Cleo M. w
Friday president of
Hudson, MadiaonRuth r
as long as the the Consolidated University _
heart function stays PhillipsPort St.Joe;
of North
Claudette J 0 r dan
normal. Panama City0vendolyn S CarolinaChapel Hill, I _

When a child has B. Ryle3NevburghNev will deliver the main _
rheumatic fever the
York and Marie H.
main danger is that _
Thornton Taopa. _
the heart ma y be in- ,

volved with resultant -- -. -, --
damage to t h e valves Good Becomes Howards
: news for
of the heart'as well I 14th
osfhnraficsycUB Prexy Apr. 26
as to the muscle it- I _
mteonrj MW aukM ttOMUt.
self. Many children .tar braoehUI asthma p.ffw riS WASHINGTOND.C.-. _
la tcfc&. niter dtokta*. osgb1n.g. ', Sc 4'M4'S S
MPUC Dutn.tad.do it without BMmt S 5/ ,.
will recover from an tatafMldriicB oryo Mlaful taJ cUaM.OIUMT Janes Madison -
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CM *"br.,o.u.f'.en._ L' :4:; S '
attack without the Mo8ca&li ctfw OM or_ Jr. will be formally .S/ : S S 4'v J S
farm without prMCrtftiaa..Ask, -

heart being damaged. ,4 S _Yezzi5stSft.=._. .. -- SS .S' installed teenth president as four-of I :r- # ( d

II I Howard University during % :8, 5 5 pfr

inaugural ceremonies ;7A
at the Univer-

I I IS city April '26th at L

H am.The ceremonies

will be held in Cr_ I

$ II fi ton, Auditorial, Sixth

I 1 and northwest.Fairmont Streets, the milk you can use like cream-with, l/z the fat calories!

Dr.Nabrit has served : :' ..

MAKESjSKINILEAHES"OLD u president of Howard : ,S ; Cream itself can't make your coffee: taste richer! Today's Carnation :.

FASHIONED"S since last July vhea : > is evaporated a special way that makes it look like cream pour like S
he was ned to suc- S
r ceed Dr. Hordecai V I* cream,-and evea Wp-with %the fat calories, and at % the cost ;

No woofer Carnation ia the world's favorite brand,by far !
John8onvho had: headed : of cream. _

the iastitution $SMOOTHER COOKIHtt RESULTS.TOO!Eve when you mix Carnation __________ .., SI
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since 1926. Dr.Nabrit _
.it better cooking and _
r1dNkI gives
LgW S with an,'eq-1t8l8lBOUDt of water, you
bad been atber of. MIK
..dpowhtMamAs the Howard a faculty S b&kkg results tfaaa ordinary milk-at far tees cost! look for new q f'i:" -'

since 1936, and wwerviBf -. reciPe OB fee red and white labels of S, to4ey Carnation .t.>.; t-
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. L !!tn'Mighty' Right Kayos Ingo In SixthGaither ,

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Extols Successes At Signed FAMU's By Frazier =SPORTING IT UP=

Cocrcfi-Of-Year Conference Denver Bronchos -* 87 C. PARItAM JOHNSON

GRAND RAPIDS, Hich-Eyebrows,800' of them, nExvFascow.aao1Fmafrazier 5te t THE NEWS AROUND the Los Angeles Dodgers cap

were lifted here when Jake Gaither of'KLonLdal&M one of the is that Big Don Newcombe is one of the test's
University told coaches in attendance at former touchdaatvioa hardest workers. He is working very hard to

\ the Coach-of-the-Iear Clinic. what- makes his of Florida 4&H adversity stage a cc eback. Since leaving the Dodgershe
.Battlers- tick:- '- Rattlers has been has pitched for the Cincinnati Redlegs and

He spoke on the they can gc so far so signed by the Denver the Cleveland Indians In 1956, Nevk won 27
splitline T offense fast in football."The Broncoa of the Aaeri- : gsaes and was chosen the league's most val-

and was the most1 more production you caa Football League1 uable playsr and received the Cy Young Award

sought-after clinicianat show," he says, "the Frazier has pi Qed as the majors outstanding pitcherHe won only
the clinic during less attention peoplepay both the National and 6 games while: dropping: 9 at Cincinnati and

the question and answer to the color of Canadian Football Cleveland combined Manager Walter Alston of

period and during your skin." He said: leagues since leavingthe the Dodgers said recently that he is well

breaks FAMU c apns. M -L pleased with the "big fellow's shoving and
"You take Calimore
IThe reason we scoreso hustle.
The :fleet tooted
he's worth
much is our offense probably halfback teased with ANOTHER FLORIDA 1 & H footballer has been

We move the ball alot $15,000 a year.This, Willie G aliaore to signed by a professional team Jake Bradleythe
because ve splits my friends,is inspiring fora the 1-2 punch 6-2, 205 tackle has been signed by the St.
other who
lot and fastbacks to boys Louis Cardinals of the National Football League -
use follow him at Florida for Rattlers.G 1.i- .. ....,... _._
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lithe backs I've got AMI.Coach Gaither has hen Chicago Bears. the, Champ In Trouble In First; former A&M stars as Willie Calimore, Willie
six of them who can I invited team that signed Fra- McClung, Rill Lee, Adolphus Frazier and other
do the 100 under 10 to serve on the beginniaa former Rattlers.
tier before To Win
the faculty of the Survives 'Toonder' Right
seconds. One of them of the 1960 JUST A FEW MORE DAYS REMAQC before Jacksonville -
has been clocked at Stroudburg, Pennsyl- season Frazier vas fans will see what the 1961 Jacksonville
9.4 and a half. With vania Clinic in June. cut loose by the Be ars MIAMI BEACH,_March 13In one of the most Jets baseball team will look like.The team is
Coaches Pete Griffin -
r this type of offense, Edward and, and he went back to dramatically gruelling brawling, exciting scheduled to begin spring training: Friday,

theyescgang-tack- Gaither Oglesby of the, A&a i, the Canadian to finish world's heavyweight fights in boxing history, March 24: The team continues to get playersand
.' ling and go all season staff will the seasoxuFrazier is champion Floyd Patterson pulled himself fran it will be a fine thing if the players
without an injury. I' coaching conduct the from Jacksonville the brink of defeat through sheer guts and raw coming to the Jets will be of pennant winning

can't send this size GeorgiaInterscholastic courage to kayo; challenger Johansson in 2:45 caliber. One of the players coming to the Jets
'boy into 220pound Coach Royal Crown of the sixth round thus concluding once and will be Jim Greengrass.If Greengrass can just
Clinic in Atlantain
tackles, so what hap- ing for all his complete mastery over his Swedish produce some of the stuff he used in the major
.Gaither has '
pens? We get daylight Bottling Company foe. leagues, he will be a valuable irmaround this
his clinic of -
,and--whoosh-tie' r egone. own top 1235 SAN MARCO BLVD. The crowd, estimated; started scoring with town. Every one knows that fellow can hit the
." coaches at Florida A&Iin at some 13odd thou- an assortment of left ball.

Gaither told the June. FL.9-4488 sand had hardly hooks andccbbinations IT COULD BE POSSIBLE that the Jets won't win

group that boys grow settled into their to assure a lead in the pennant, but fans can say one thing is
fast in Florida and Jax 'Jefs' SignGamesHere; Maior'League/ seats during the first the 10- points must true about the front office, and that is theyare

we don't have much round bell when eventsto system through the really trying to line up players who can

trouble r e c r uiting Af irif 5th & 9th come crackled withan fifth round.Iogo.atePPinB. i deliver the goods. It is certain that if the

players eEYit Rattlers electrifying excitement up his management can give to the city a winning team,

from the T60 team wiH Management of the houses, the Milwaukee .After light own pace in the sixth the fans will give the team support.Those who

enter pro ball this Jacksonville Jets' Braves and the Cin- non effective flurry scored several good are acquainted with the president know full

s mner. Three o f have announced the cinnati Reds engagein of feints and counter right hand punches, well that he will go all out to bring a win

Gaither1s best were signing of two top an anticipated movements by both and again sensing ning team to the city. Do you remember "Fence
halfback Willie Gali- major league baseball slugfest.Sunday after- fighters Patterson was victory, was chasing Busting" Horace Garner,the man who could throw
more andtaclde Willie attractions for local noon, April 9, the down from .the Swede's Patterson and still a perfect strike to the plate fran the out-
Lee of the Chicago exhibition appearanceson Detroit Tigers and 'Toonder' right.Floyd scoring with long field; Hank Aaron, who hit the ball over the
Bears, and t-a ckleWillie April 5 and the 9th, Kansas City Athletics was up at the count ''right hand punches centerfield sign offIrvDelockof the Boston
McClung of the I the front office announced furnish tip attraction of three but took the scored Red Sox, Felix Mantillavho could run so fast
when the champ
Detroit LionsGaither this week. automatic eight count.Ingoevidently with a solid left hook his cap couldn't keep up with him: Bob rrovI

feels he might have On Wednesday afternoon Watch This down : sensing followed with vic- bridge, who pitched some mighty fin ball for
an advantage in Flor- April 5two National a quick victory, a the Braves, Roberto Robinson, who practically
ida.He tells the boys League power- 36-14-86 swanned over the champ ious over-hand rightto filled the park the nights he pitched and a
r 625-10-155 I blasting a barrage of the head which manager by the name of Ben Geraghty?

murderous punches to toppled the challenger OSCAR ROBERTSON of the Cincinnati Royals pro
1 2 again deck Floyd to to the canvas basketball team has been chosen basketball's

4 5 the canvas. The drop During Referee "Rookie of the Year0 Robertson vas chosen by

3 9 .again rose quickly at Repeats countJohansson the Metropolitan Basketball Writers Associa-
''I, the count of three, tried to risebutfell tion to receive the Hy Turldn Memorial Award
48-17-43 and slac&ing into the back on the canvas the National
Ones he is known throughout
.A 450-39-196 : Swede,danped him with. He couldn't make Basketball Association vas the outstanding
Sometimes h's up the same lightning the count. Cincinnati
player at the University of
Sometimes Ire'* down left hook which Referee Regan said college
He adds, subtractsHe kayo- He has averaged better than 30 points per
that when he led
ed the Johansson -
_ works it all around. challenger last game and leads the Association in ass ists.
I June. back to his Robertson is just another Negro who has made
In the second round corner,the challenger
world of
good in the sports
Man's Days I Patterson had was bleary eyed and
regained TYRONE LUCASknown to his many friendsas
i' $ :( didn't ]know where he ROBERT
his and
t\ 4 d; Are Numbered composure was"He couldn't have Bob, is slated to play shortstop for the
; !,WANTED: Men and women wno Florida & M baseball Rattlers during 1961
L:4: : I "Man's Days Are I R un- honestly desire to face their 'alcoholic continued anyway? baseball season.He is the brother of Joe Lucas,
r: berednHealth And For- said.
'' .Regan
problems. Free meetings bisJnEe in professional
tune Can Be Yours When Mondays and Fridays 7:30 P oM. This third battle who has already von
Pa You Know your Lucky Clara WhiteJBld,'Room 305._ between the two men baseball and who is known as "Mr.Shortstop" a-
_ Days ucky Colors Etc 'did round the campus of the University. Bob is thai
I according to fight
-" your druggist cannot supply you r SHAVING POWDER 0.'wID Send $2.00 for your Uses Stop Watchfor experts, settle one son of Mr and Mrs Eugene Lucas. Bob is thebrotherinlaw
$1 for these MAGIC TEAM MATES M fp.O.Box 3457F3 S*r.nnal h.C* Horoscope Guide For Itch Relief thing.The faced right of the famous Hank Aaron of theft7.xsulcee
MARCH ? Braves His father Eugene Lucas vas
hand of the challenger,
_ Fill in the blank below Mr*.A.Z.Gracie says: I thoughtI although it has deck- quite a ball player himself.
and nail to ZODIAC poison would ivy co out itching.of my Then mind at with my ed Patterson nine BASEBALL IS IN THE AIR and the great baseball
Post 'Office Box 561 friend Helens suggestion, I prognosticators have already picked t3 winners
in three
times ght'evidert1T
Jacksonville 1, Fla. II I I in bought fun.Tetterine.checked the My time husband on his didn't have in the major leagues. With added teams battlingall
NAME_. top watch. Well,.in no time at the way, it only means that it will be a
all the itch wa cone. Tetterine 'the lethal power to
i*equally wonderful for fast re fight to the finish and whoever wins the pennant
art f !w1C Street.Date let.lief'of. foot surface and: rash'innocuous eczema insect,ath floor Floyd fir keeps. will realize it will not be handed down

of Birth_ I bite If your druggist cannot
ai tend 75* to !
Mo. supply you Strap-
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' II I.. I Saturday, March 18 1e, ?

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Off The Block PIEMIErS ANTED honestly desire:' Men to and face women there*who.al, FOR RENT Hare A Small rouse In 5 Rooms M wed I
Chips Fundsaed Roc. Near
coholic problems. Free meetings,.- : The Coaatrjj Partly:
7:30 P.JrL Call With ins City $25
Meat MarketFOOT Mondays and Fr da4Ys. Bus line Elgin Furnished Rr a Settle
Clara White Bldg., Room 305. 5-7176
'. Man crVcman Who Isn't REASONABLE RELIABLE
by "jay jar..EJThHof OF WEST afraid of a HOrse. KillS Moving Vans \

Very Cheap. Cone to \.
VIADUCTPork ,1\\
1 41LWIJkvj St. riCan 750 WEST '.
Ail triad 1307 W. 13th o ADAMS
the you hear outside is not the --,
March idLnd of many a tale.Much of it is caningxY I II EL 4-1232. PHONE EL 6-7279

., Alvin Janes The playboy- &,,, arrived'; SpareRIB Myrtle Ave $nd Adomi Phone Et4 H6S I.' -" -, -.....

in town frcsi !lia d Wednesday night.Between Alvin S 3 161. $1.. ; STB AND. aura. BIO auxnaxa azs;
Doc Graham and Carleton oft-Kid "Bryant, SPECIAL= MULLET ROE u. 39c -

one can get all of the ins and outs of the Weiners or Pure PorSIIIUee Fresh Frozen MULLET ROE u. 98c
fight 'Soft-Kid and Doc say have to limit SALTED ROE u. 98e &
themselves to the athletic side of the activi- 31bs.1L-
Look What 29c Will Buy
ties but vo are sure that ALvin can fi1.l1Ou ; kft EASTMANCOLORI f>

,in on all of the social aspects,real and imaginary BLUE OCEAN BREAM .... 'a''
icon 5 Ibs. $1.10I PLUS 2nd BIC Hits
Ebto ncr ck4' Davis and Harry "Peanut11 Pusi I I u. 2 gc "
i "I t a honey.UGRENCEHWETi. .-New Y.r1 Po" ,
were on the scene. Elmo brought back regards -I LARGE MULLET L&.
:from: Helen Bradley, Hell Darby, Plugs Albertie :
and many other Jazons residing in the Magic hacks\ 10 ''b ". Famous Thir,fyNinera -; GESSO JB3CONCOOJpo

City. Fresh Water WHITE PERCH u.39c I Cwtuwnt!OubnOWWKABrIWnia
R $Mtf from '.-tIm.ut" NttJi
Had a nice session with Ken Knight over the Film
week-end The one and only Marion Jackson of PORK CHOPS FLOUNDER Also a.sh.. ffOM rMnM LII. 39c .
39c Sunday
the Atlanta Daily World passed through an d rrtdnrt *f'West Palai leach u. ROOSEVELT,

stopped over long enough for a bull session.He II for $1.00 ROE SHAD mrf of SMSWI* ..W.' Fra4 ,.,. 39c
briefed us on his new book which is in the BEACH WHITNING u. 39c -3 BIG HITS 2 1ST RUN TOTJLLEBJ&"TK

early, early planning stages.Title-1 Never Had SPRING SPECIAL TREATS CAT" Flua "SHB WOLF" And
It So' Bad. Marion also had consents to makeon BEEF a'liL $1. ACTION WESTERN- GLEN ram IN ftSlGZPUNIt+
the distribution of invites to personel of RED BASS for Baking.,. u. A,,. u 35c -

the Negro press at various bigtime sporting e- YOU SEE 10TH SIDES MANGROVE SNAPPER L'- 49cl SKYVKW SUN.-TUES

vents. Seem like a little discrimination is OF YOUR SPECKLED TROUT ;??;"*.- ,,. 49c'B.LACK "}ALL TO ETERKinw AND "CIKDERPELIJL"

.being used MEAT l ., SEA BASS L,. 32c _WIN $500 Cash Monday Niter .
AL (Call me grand-pappy) Dunaorelongtijae associate -
and of the better known members
one of
... .. ...
4 the fifth estate paid a visit to our -town Al
stopped in to visit daughter Ruthie and her
I hubby Richard and to take a peek at his first :
grand. He now calls Detroit home port..RichardWhite .i. OPENING

former Jason now on the business office ,

staff at Tuskegee came home on a sad mission. ..-.....'.' ..-'.-;-..'........,
Richard's father passed last week...One of the .,, ....! L....
\ Beautiful beautiful
few remaining ties with the Old Baseball Park ..-....... -'I Fashions at
and the Jacksonville Baseball Club passed from t4:,. .:
the scene. Cigar died this week.All of the old the Lowest Prices To Be FoundL
timers remember the handyman around the old

park who did all sorts of trickswith his cigar.

Tis funny how the worm turns and turns.All of -..- '".. ... ." !I ----
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the Negro real estate men and other Negro business .. I
: men yell about how they are mistreatedand Ladies' I I Exciting Fashion.DRESSES.
taken advantage of by white in the same I

profession yet they stoop to aid an organization .. Cotton PoplinRAINCOATS !!
which has as its avowed objective the
humiliation and degradation of all Negroes..
I Scarcely a day passes that the Florida Times I .T 1 .
Union does not rake Negroes over the coals on I ,1 .t0 .
the editorial page.Those pieces written by the I II .a s *+1e*
I local staff oftimes contain the most venom.*!! 1I a1
1I I .t
of the tricks of yellow journalism are employed I _:

, as they slant news as well as write.>antjUNegro I 1 I .
I editorials Many half truths such as those \ I
f tales of the Washington school situation and \4. : I II I II
theories of racial superiority or inferiority I II

being determined by test results are blazoned I I
across the pages of the paper But turn to the I I
News for colored folk aboutT colored folk and I

about you will our see schools ads and from churches.our businesses Listen and dear news S % :: Paisley prints in blue; ,green, beige j hasty blue,turqaase and lilac J priitiIfett t :A t= I

readers, without the support of our schools and Solid tones in beige or willow j jr ,dark and bright solid colors r' ,4 vQ
I churches, the two institutions which are sup- The sleekest sheaths ._ the ..f :r
posed to lighten our paths, the Jim Crow page -' Srpartly tailored, waterrepellentcotton whirliest bouffants the '
would die. slow
a death.
; poplin raincoats: Velvet-col newest novelty styles I and
The pot is still baling at Brewster Methodist z
I Hospital. Another big wheel is leaving in the lared paisley{ prints. Brass-buttoned, classic shirtwaists too. Cottons,
Cupioni and cottons, and
near future. Tis rumored that is the I hooded Misses' rayon
shaky head I \ \ solids. Save $4.00 acetate taffetas. Sizes 7-15, 14-20,
I that bears the title. As Lincoln said, "You can!
sizes 8-18. 141/2-241/;
t fool some of the people...etcetc." It is also '1) \ I '
i reported that the two boards, white and colored K
(judging by their previous actions y begin to \

act as one board dedicated. to the well-being of ---------------------------- -------
the hospital.

Don't get me wrong, I am for Brewster, we need -
Brewster but- We also need Pure Flattery
a good mop strong Y Ladies' Cotton Knit
soap and a Spring housecleaning Every cackle!
may not mean an egg, but smoke sure means fire. .:'with High LT SPORT TOPSCompare

Enjoyed a top treat the other night. We dug t or Low HATS '
Lloyd Price and his band. The Lawdy Clawdy Han at $1.99 Slip-over
was in rare ,fora. However the crowd left raving r j and cardigans. Small-Medium-
over his swinging band. The Price tar g e.
really ji ps. They have a big fourteen piece
ON 1ICH TEXTU1ED STI&ff 4'T; Ladies' Sheaths and Full
driving outfit. Gene Gonzalez/Teddy Washington, S
Willie lee, Wcsack HowardL.C. Howard and other Pert clip-on hat with velvet trim, 56 SKIRTSCompare
local xusic makers reared back and enjoyed the dotted veil. Black-white, beigecoffee -3

singing ,:mint, pink, lilac. C.B.Y.* to $5.99 Many one-
That's not the "Road of-a-kind'and samples included,
Rtmnernyou meet busy turn-
1 many colors, many fabrics.
ing corners and in a hurry up and down the 1 Sizes 818.

streets, it's Ken Enight*The "Round. Kan"is busy Brand New Hats.. .So Lovely S
putting finishing touches on the big Home Serv-
ice Shov which will be held at the Armory next Compare at $3.98! The most wanted Z88 New Fashion HANDBAGSMrjhmjHow
week, March 23 thru 25. He has some really big shapes, colors, fabrics trimmed included j _
door prizes this year In fact they are bigger in our collection! ** plastics, patents/) 97 COMPARE '.

than ever. 1i calf-look styles in black, white, 1 c...v.- AT 2.98 r.
HashHave beige and green. Smart styles! w
you seen Barbara Brown Reid's PINK 33US. i
patch. I said P.-ellily Trimmed GLOVES
Yep PINK.The Brewster PBI opera- 1 ."
tor tinted her coif to 1I&tch.a gown and received Cora'tx.99-u99f Lone or short cottons,nylons.
so many choice cements: she decided to stick Ladies' Fine Cotton SHIRTS
vith the action for a while. Cotton af'OitiCl0thSRA.S 200 j
Casual roll sleevsshirts
c. at $1.99 -
Marian Sutton and other Deltas arebuey buttonholing C or.at St.oo..at Sizes 32-33.A and BcupA. classics and new collar
folk and trying to sell them tickets to 1 I
looks too. Lots of new fashion colors
the Jabbervock The bientUl? show is 'Tricot PANTIESS
yaxiety # sizes 32 to 38. Buy now and
slated soon ant will be held in HeY StantoaTredenick Compart at 39c each!Machine twashabUf Sfzes 5-6-7. 4. OR 100 ? .. save 88c on each shirt!

-ADd1tor1-. 1:". .
: Inc.shifted cards and Wen the deal
.went down,' Qoartemaa is at Kings Road, Hugh //7890; Normandy Blvd.: 48th: St Between Pearl &Main U

Wilson, Kathyrn and Naomi! at the Trojdcaiina... \ < FREE LAY-AWAYS 1 !
DII the Rib u1t Supper dub chaagea hands Reports f/pt n Itailii v.-.?"_.4 J/.._to l>i P.M.i N wimdv bUd.. Oprtt Sunday till h P.0 .)/.) _. .
are that the former owners will operatethe ... ". .
spot for a spell.Walter Thornton vaa ,
console last veek..slsotialter Grisly

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