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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 25, 1961
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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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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 25, 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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Meter Reader Campaign 3rd Youth Dies Jax Woman

By 'STAR'. Nears RealitySeven I In Pit. Manace Charged With,

The third accidental Illegal Practice
t Negro Jaxons passed the meter reader
drowning to take place.
examinations held two weeks it was announced -
: ;,, here the past Of Dentistry
: during
? a ; K \ Thursday by Mrs. Alma Armstrong, Civil, .
month occurred March
Service Board
16 when 17year old A Jax Negro woman

= ,_ ,". .:&4'-'': first The recent.in which exams Negro were educators.The James Lee Jackson of and two white men,
cause for con- 1954 W. 15th Street charged with practicing -

COURT OF HONOR---These lovely Florida A. and M.University lasses were citizens were p e r- cern lies in the facto lost his life while denistry withouta

! recently honored at*the Florida A. and M. University ROTC Ball. They mitted tests and.to take after the that only 7 Negroes trying to retrieve an license and selling

I are, front row, left to right, Miss Faye Boyd, Pensacola; Miss Alter- FLORIDA STAR'e.d came i- passed:out of 165 who overturned boat in an poorly made dentures

mease Saulsby, Lake City; Miss Tonya A.HarrisPensacola' ; Miss Carolyn 'i ii' .took the test.-whereas- abondonedwaterf- which could cause
Miss Rose M. King .Macon. MissCorneliaMcGowan: ;! r .tQr c gn 0- Whites mouth cancer, were arrested
Lad, Pensacola; ,have t hNe 26 : passed out ed sand pit, near West
city employ
( Orlando; and Miss Matez T. James, New Smyrna. Second row, left t o of 95 who competed. A. 45th Street. police Tues-

right, Miss Archie Kirby, Orlando; Miss Antoinette Brown, Pe n sac >la; Negroesas meter read- total of 260 Whites Duval County patrolmen day.
In other civil
ers and:
Miss Harriett Witsel, Jacksonville; Miss Octeon CumberbatchOjusMi33 service and Negroes took the S.C. Higginbothamand Released from county \

Joyce A. Monroe, St. Petersburg; Miss Clara Blackshear, Tallahassee; positions.The test which were, according C. D. Warden said jail under$1,000 bond \J

and Miss Rosemary Brown, Pensacola. campaign was to 't h e Board Jackson and two com4panions are Mrs. Emma Melton,
(FAMU staff by Steve Beasley) further dramatizedwhen Pheonix Ave.
photo. Eri c 0. impson'"STAR" Secretary, were iden- lawrence Mc- 49,3419
Miami'Policeman tical.It I Neal,15, of 612 Bene- Seth E. Pickett,57of
New Sun Discount City Store publisher made St. and
was revealed that dict Rd. and Benjamin 1158 E. 13th ,
Suspended For "civil service jobs 1304i Clayton Hall Lefler,
of the Negro competitors Lewis Jr.,16of

Has Quality Goods Low PricesLast I Beating Negro for his Negroes"his bid for platin elec-- one stands i n W. 45th St.,were row- 45 The of trio 651 were Ivy St.arrested

flatbottom boat
sixth place on the ing a
tion to the
Thursday two of the most unusual depart- MIAMI-Three Miami policemen eligibility list. at 4:30 p.m. when the following a 2j
Civil Service Board.
have been suspended months undercover investigation -
ment stores were opened in Jacksonville with An official source craft overturned.The .
With the pleasantnews
the unveiling bf the Sun Discount City stores, from the force said 'the tests revealed -" three youths swam by County

one at 48th Street between Main and Pearl and for the Jan. 16 manhandling that Negroes are that there is a to shore,with JacksOn Solicitor's Edward M.
now in line for meter
of Booth's office during
Blvd. a and Lewis swimming
another at 7890 Normandy serious weakness inl
garage worker, it was reader jobs also comes back to the boat officers which times toothless
Discount ,
Sun City, English Arithme i'c
this week. figures that should of the police
reported employe
2 SentencedIn said. When the
part of a chain extending and Spelling among
cause great concern
City Manager M. L. department purchased
Can- two reached the boat,
as far as the high school graduates -
the heads of the
Reese overruled Mi- among false teeth from all
ada, i s without a Mail TheftsIn education of both races. both screamed f o r
ami's Civil Service' sy- three of the defend
Lewis sank from
doubt providing J a ions help.
stem.as:well as Negro
Board and found the ants.
the biggest sayings before sight and Lewis was
first hearing three white policemen Luther able to return t o Booth said that investigation
on quality U.S. District Court Dr. Martin King Thrills the
The f
guilty. o
goods from the na- Judge Bryan Simpson garage shorethe report stat-

tion's finest manu- Wednesday two former worker, James Rogers Multitude HereWhile three occurred following
During Speech ed.Jackson
facturers. postal workersHarvey said that he asked the body'was recovered complaints: from
three officers to I
move .
the dental profession.Also
This new chain to at 6:30 p.m.
.E.Jackson,36of 3515 their cars so that he several thousand admirers end supporters aiding in the
Jacksonville which has Claude McDaniel and
Japonica Road and could wash down the listened in rapt attention, Dr. Martin Luther by investigation was Dr.
brought a "retail revolution" Fred BarnesJackson-
to the city Richard E. Rogers,39, i ramp at the Firestone King Jr., one of the nation top inte gra- ville Jetty Jumpers Hugh B.Wilcox, chair-
of 622 Blahding Blvd.
W. tionists charted the of the
Store,1200 Flagler deftly course man of the illegal
is able to sell top skin divers.
both of whom had
St' worldwide freedom movement from the moment of committeeof
quality goods at vastly to mail last month, two 10-
pleaded guilty
that its its and future
Rogers charged inception through present the Florida State
reduced prices because old boys drowned
thefts last M&rchwere officer WilliamJ. last afternoon in Mt. Ararat B year
police goals Sunday p- Dental Society.Investigators.
of its huge vol- sentenced to jail while playing on a
Kennah struck him. tist Church auditoriua. also
ume buying and reduced sentences of six and homemade raft o n
The officers countercharged Selecting as his subjeet disclosed that the
overhead costs. nine months place amcng 'apeoplenhe I Hoganfs Creek at the
respec- that Rogers "This is Pickett
a greatTime
woman and were
An official of the tively. iTestimelV' continued. 1 foot of' ChutchStreet.
them with to be Alive"Dr.
sprayed a Le-
technicians and
company said. : *?Sun by postal Not Our LeadersThe i ,
hose. likened
King today's
stores sell everything dynamic leader Fler as the painter.
City, inspector M.V. Saylor Kennah received a120day international protests Savannah Riot
imaginable." then cautioned his
investigations Augustine
suspension. by peoples of colorto
Each store with 65, were starteg listeners that the Ends In 40Arrt3tt
Officer D.J. Shannon labor pains- the88onizin8Physical
000 square feet of when mail handled bar "Uncle Tome and Enters Guilty Plea
carries charged with failureto awareness "Nervous Nellies" do SAVANNAH, Ga.-Fighting'in -
shopping both
space men was reportednot
Kennah from of infant for Postal Robbery
prevent a new -
the wake an
complete s e 1 e ctions delivered. Test not speak.for the Negro -
in departmentwith letters beating Rogers was being born. Such people. Look toward annual St. Patrick'sDay Arthur Rayford confessed -
every containing
need for suspended for 60 days, :changes denote that the integration- parade betwe e n to postal officials -
every money were placed in and Arthur C. Sherrst the. oldx.v; order i s
Negroes and white persons that he took
ists for
I ad- leadership
the family. n mail handled by both your
faced with the samecharge changing and"the birth he urged. His resulted in the part in the last Dec.
dition there is, parking men Saylor ,s aid. t
1 was suspended of -htaan-dignity clarion call stated arrest of eight whites 13 robbery at a Georgv
space for. over Jackson was arrestedon for 30 days. abet 1000 cars a t each Jan. 25 when six "We just want to be. ,
store.He test letters placed JaxohfOifafHenry ( rightful place, he tree..we ire not trying reported. when 361 blank money

added that the ; along h .s route dis- Hall Jr.,40of noted.Rightful Place to upset any social According to Police orders were stolen.
stores will adhere toa structure, w e' Chief Sidney ABame% Postal officials disclosed -
I .appeared. Rogers1 arrest 2326 Janette St. was
God! loves allot his
policy of utmost I occurred merely want to be our the sporadic fights each money order
crushed to "
Children he stated
felloitB&n's brother between Negro and could have been
consideration for all
the ease day that testletters death when
I a 3,000- "children of all colors -
its. patrons and announced not his brotherinlaw white gangs were confined cashed up to $100 each
that alit were placed. pound roll of paper and creeds Bust ," the speaker to scuffles due for a total of $16,
in. hts route; toppled from a track '
stand together and '
of its best week-en d warned amidst a sustained to the timely arrival 000, but Rayford loot
he it
as was passing realize that the J
action amounted to
of and quick $5,104
buys will appear each A,"FLORIDA, STAR INEVERT at his place of employment Negro Is determined outburst o f up
officers. until the time he
week in the FLORIDA I by police I was
: KBGRO HOME police reported prolonged applause. '
'STAR. '- ''.. to ..take his rightful J I- .-,'. apprehended.

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"Politics As Usual"By

MI 'KEEP ErIc O. stffia.onscxooL

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'Published-.',' by The' Florida Star Publishing Co. AT HO AID
/: :' Member. of Associated Negro Press

AMERlEL :: President Kennedy sent a,message to Congresson

ERlb.O.'SIMPSON.. .': .....;..............................:.._..:.Managing. Editor t }t DoN1IJv t r February 20 asking for a 5.6 billion p ro-

A1YSQN E. WISE....h........;..........................:..........Hews Editor 0 /.- -,., -f + s gram of aid to the states for education. Under
HILDA WOOTEN.........................................GreuIaHon Manager .- the terms, the states could use ttfe allotments
..... 1 L. either for school construction or for teachers t

MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: ._ salaries. The program would spur building an d

2323 Moncrief Road..........._......................Phone ELgin 4-6782 put more people back to work and stimulate the
< economy.The equally clear that we
.t.J' Mailing Address:
: Kennedy plan do not have enouth
.'/ :?: ; I!. O.' '.Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida,' would extend
.. _- over a classrooms. In orderto
,:.s.SUBSCRIPTION- RATES ---' three-year, period for meet current needs

'> V-'v: "One'Year, $50X: );, Half Year, $3.00 4 public elementary and and accommodate increasing -

v'..;Mailed To.You., Anywhere In The,United States : S secondary schools anda enrollments,
''SubscriptionPayable In Advance. Send Check or Money,Order To: ja five-year period of
if every child is to
7. scholarship help. In have the opportunity

THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: J j. his message he said: of a full-day educa-

1. City and County Civil Service Jobs d "We cannot obtainmore tion in an adequate,
; '-' \, and better teach-
.4 : classroom a total of
2. Road Patrolmen ,
Negro .
ers-an d 600,000 classroomsmust
f-_ 3. Negro Firemen x
t 1 C"F I be constructed
Police Officers
<>. 4. More Negro
d.r e.nii"
5. More..Squad Cars for Negro Policemen. shouldhave during the next 10
years. These problemsare
4 : the
r'f! common t o all

bestun1 states. They are particularly
s s

What Is Money? ? r steps aretaken to those states severe which in

lack the financial

; increaseteachers' resources to providea

In the months to cone It Is a safe bet that better education,re-

much vill; be heard about such things as adverse THE CAUSE OF REJECTION OF AMERICAS LEADERSHIP salaries' gardless of their own

balance of paymentsloss of. :gold, the value of Simpson;_ ''It is efforts....

the dollar, prices ,and foreign competitionall lThese areas of spe-

of which to the average person will be highly cial educational needs

confusing Adding to the confusion is the fact Your Weekly t include our depressed

that this country "went, off the gold standard" : areas of chro n i c un-

many years ago What this meant vas that private : Horoscope Guide employment and the

citizens were no longer able to convert .. /: slum neighborhoods of
"paper,mone)""" into ,$20 gold pieces or other ; '.. -:: WHICH ,ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR our larger cities,

gold coins However, government is required to BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL where underprivileged

hold $12 billion of gold as backing for cur- children are over-
rency in circulation. Some believe that gold By crowded into substan-
should nov:be removed altogether as backing for dard housing."A .

the currency This is a question that, will be the Easter festivities LIBRA on TV ((2nd..The 4th- recent survey ofa

debated In months to cone Wrapped up in this (March 21 lo April 13)) (2nd), and you should I Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 5th are the days when very large elementary -

one issue is the future stability of govern- bend every effort to Extravagance,differj passions can run high school in one of

ments throughout the world and s o ciety i n Those who have prior remain blameless In j ences of opinion, and and this could leadto our major cities, for

general.r claims on your love' this respect.The 4th- J the general mood may conflictsLll-ad-: example, found 91 per

About '20 years ,ago a book was published entitled and loyalty would'not .5th 'are the two days all contribute t o vised att&ciments and cent of t h e children

"The Premises Hen Live By". Its.'author, take Id.ndly to any where the proper' : Easter activities that monetary reverse. coming to class with

Harry Scheman, endeavored in simple languageto digressions on your reserve should be I fall far short of expectations 8-70-55-17-64-875 poor diets, 87 per
explain the economic facts of modern life. part. Be owe of the ; cent in need of d e n-
maintained The 8th (2nd). If
His thoughts are pertinent today.Real money has risks you run on the finds the; competition there is a tendency tal care, 21 per cent
always been-and still is-a tangible and use- 4th-5th, before you saddle CAPRICORN in need of visual cor-
in the
riding to prolong disputes -
ful form of belief impulses Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. ,19
wealth.Contrary to popular respond to fiery and it seems betterto the showdown, one of rection and 19 per
government cannot create money. Money, in the It could be' it I cent with speech dis-
give the rightof several this month A trend
thousands of years of hunan history, has taken worth any sacrificeto I orders.
could the 4th.
way come on : be noticed 3nyourpub7.icmarttaldemes
strange and fascinating forms In the early restore happinessIn 760881921768LEO 1 You will have to put "In some depressedareas

Creek world a handful of roasting spits became your life,' If you j i business before pleas- tic and roughly one
known drachma unit In those who professional third of the children
as a a money. our own are among
ore when duty calls
history tobacco used Indian have lost it. I associations. The 4thate' must rely on surplus
was as money as were 23 1
Born July 23' Aug. or responsibilities be the first
blankets in the Far West. All of these 150221754152TAURUS Someone who shares food r 0 r their basic
i take precedence.
of crisisand the good
things were tangible value. While it may sustenance. Older pupils -
your roof may be hav- ;: 4-30-99-16-41-439 judgment that dis-
come as a shockthe green pieces of paper that ing serious difficul- t t I you in these schools

we all nov work so hard to obtain are not Born, April. 20 thru May 20 ties be the f SCORPIO playor; its lack,could lack proper recrea-
or cause
the for sub-
money In the words of Mr. Schei nan, "Even the Outside of Easter day of considerable worryon ; Born Oct. 24 thru Nov. 22 sequent set tone developments tional and job guid-

wealthiest men nowadays. own no money..What we which does not hold It is will ance. The proportionof
1 your part. When Easter have
handle: what ve deal in, what we say we own, much precise &those likely to. weigh: on come and gone (2nd) Do not who arouse competitors drop-outs, delinquency -
consists almost entirely of promises to pay who have so painstakingly are not and classroom
consclencehere- ,
your it be noted that
scrupulous ((8th).
money promises made by our goverment or by prepared for it elect disorders in such
you to it was more smoke than
; 7-90-33-15-75-793
our central banks..The indisputable fact about this is not likely to selfish areas is alarning..
adopt a more fire.lhe objective for
our modern world is that everything else we be a very eventful view and decide not to which you have exert- AQUARIUSBorn "Every state would

use- ,as money can so be used only because it period.A more serious, follow more generous .ed great effort is not Feb. 19 thru March 20 receive at least $15
consists at one or more removes of prcedses difficulty could, a- ,
impulses ( 4th-5th). attainable without The new-horizons that for every public
to deliver gold in a stated weight and of a rise on the 4th-5th, 9-40-77-12-39-947 paying whatmay be too looked school student i n
so inviting not
stated fineness..For about three thousand if ,cannot, restrain big a price((4th-5th). average daily atten-

years..... the use of silver and gold has beenspreading your impulses,speeCh; VIRGO Do not dissipate vital long be ago may appearto from dance.
over the earth until..they have become or engage In any adventure Born Aug. 24 thru Sept 23 energy. "Under the scholar-
Resist all
the predominant of all the more that co uld funds
money You may be ,subjectedto 6-50-77-18-23-657 tendencies to act ship help plan,
civilized co&erunities" create gossip and to
I consideraDle'pres- would be allocated
The history of money: and the rise and fall of friction within the sure on the 4th-5th SAGITTARIUS'Born in jobsor the states during the
indulge dietary
nations and societies,makes tao elemental facts f8ilY' circle. and other periods during ;' Nov. 23 thru Dee.-21 indiscretions, on the first year fora totalof
grimly clear. Among private citizens the"promises 3-70-44-18-93-374 the rest of the The compulsion which 4thas well as during 25,000 scholarships
men live by"in the realm of economics lendborrov : averaging $ 700 each,
monthto be possessing
may you most of the rest of
and rarely violated. The history of GEMINIBorn
are I
May 21 ihru June 19, over- uyor otherwise right at the start of the month 37,500 scholarships ,
govements in the same area is. different i ;commit private o r the month, should be 5-40-11-13-46-541 the second year and
The race to achieve 50,000 for each suc-
story Centuries ago, social joint resources to. bottled up for keeps
supremacy may support dangerousunderCaldcga. before it gathers ceeding year thereafter. -
and "sweated" coins to cheat their subjects. strainon ,
In modern times behind the intricacies of finance be too great a ;Even if enough force to sweep .

record fgovernaent nervespicket- the preparation for a along dangerouspaths tThese scholarships,
and credit the long- term o PISCES .
is no better. When >men act in the book and friendly relations glorious Easter day (lst.Ea.sterdayyou Born ,Jan. 20 thru Fab. ,18 which would range according

DIM of government, in the view of HrScheraan .With Venus nov may leave nothing to Is not likely to be to need up to

ordinary moral standards that govern private retrograde In your be desired, weather as satisfactory as a maximum stipend of

citizens do'not apply. And he .backs up,his view solar nth house, you conditions or other anticipatedI and you Check your own extravagant $1,000, would be open

with a wealth of facts. His advice is to make have.ple confirmation clrciBStances:. could ,t more a- tendencies, to all young persons, .

'"an untiring effort to understand the economics that you are not Introduce adiscouraging greeable to stay right as veil as the frivolous without regard to.sex,

of this world In which :you live and neither be likely to sake laUch'heldvq damper (2nd)* at home, v atchingwhatever whims'of your race, creed or color,'
In any event. 2-10-55-14-98-215 dear when they solely on the basis of
content nor discouraged mil In honesty you'can Interests you"Man' ones,
Repress the tendency sake dangerous :inroads their ability-as determined i
feel that :your ccBprehensioa Is not too
unclear" to take any risks OIL Numbered'7Health ia your cash or joint on a competitive -
the 4th.This Is a Days. their
precaution basis-and
That Is a large order but. as the experts and which shouldbe resources. pressures
the authorities expound their Ideas on what to and Fortune Can Beburs are likely to financial need.
kept' In force dor- before the advent "They would, be permitted -
do about these a.t problems of international Lucky start -
i i IMJII new the fey When You Know your Lucky Days, .
leg next to attend the
of Easter (2nd)
pajneBts sad gold, the least we cat 't, C 1'o EtC. ,
montHsftour- hopes,too t 1..1Send and they threaten to college of their

do is try should not be allowed "4 ; :.:- '" $2.00 for your -.... ; --r. ;" boost intensified along choice and free to select -

-:" : -' to soar too high -',{_ ". -. .':; Horoscope Guide For _, .:. ;;j' ':; with improving their own program -

I .1 5-80-66-13-82-586 ,., ,.{ .....\. '.1 rJ..1. :'.t.,;.,' ,";,::..::,'fI.>.. ..".,,.-,:,; weather con d itiona of study. Inasmuch
; tuition and
T The disturbing events as
Jacksonville Needs A Negro CANCER- 'Fill- An the blank below and nail to>-. -f:.. that could trigger off fees do not normally
Boca' June 20 Umi Jail 22 -ZODIAC.-:. Post Office Box 561 .' ;,.. the institution
the fireworks the cover

Newspaper. Read the "Florida Slar'Every As you may be possessed ... Jackioayille_ _. ,1>r Floridax :.. &,. 4th, may be only, a 's actual expen- 1

Week. Patronize "Star"i:1 by,a a3a&ti.sEstreak _'I' .r .... :.';... sample of the major ses in educating the
for tie time <- ;F s- L } display that are student, additional
: bei&g you, cannot afford y .Street ; slated. to go off before allowances tot h e
J.1 ... :' Advertisers ', ,. ,. -
: : : -: : '' to ,give it,,tee ". '.' SatV.of Birth the month's cad.X4088.12ST398 college: or university

; : '. >.. :, .a.ca,r ,.. tftc id... :?r.i'tv8.jj.i >- '. --S attended should accompany -
1" ;:; : fevfj :
t /f ;..;. "I at li.id'aW.1s. spil... -. --ii-. tf'V... \ :__..'..." I .i) each scholar.
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!Sf I! i DeliveriesBORN

.,"\' ". LOUISE. G.- .s GUINYARD s s *-i L4 w ; :

The home of Mrs. Robert, R.Robinson. provided a : : BORN TO MR. AND MRS.
1s _
for receat meeting of Barristers q
cozy setting a A Hr.and Roosevelt t

wives; of Jacksonville, with local, attorneys as tjP .a Flagg, 1025 E.2lstSt.

guests.The Girl.
interesting aid enlightening business F -
very Hr. and Mrs. Willie
session was presided over by Mrs. Virginia C. ; .h i Scottll09 W,6th St.,

Gray, president, who is,incidental) ,secret& Boy

of the National Organization.The S Mr. and Mrs Millard

following attorneys and their wives were rr .r ,r Stwper, 2546 finosa
present at the meeting:Earl M.Johnson,Rele ford Circle, Boy

McGriff, Otis Girardeau:, H. Jennings Best,John Mr.and Mrs.Willie P.

Muse, R.I.. Gray, .Robert R. Robinson,and L. J. :,% Oglesby, 1465 Prince
Shaw. Mrs. D. W. Perkins and Mrs. Win 0.n a Girl
Alexander in the also. ,
participated meeting
Mr. and Mrs Ransom
The? next meeting will be held in the, home of a I' Michael,2810 flanders

the R. W.- Grays, 503 West 8th Street. a a Street, Girl.
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Mr. and Mrs Willie
The Classie lassies spent a highly enjoyable Fields 11116 Payne St.,
evening: in the home of Mrs.Sarah -Wrigit recently Girl.
with all'members present. 1 y M :f i Mr.and Hrs.Roosevelt.Green,1270

Mrs. Helen Toney and Mrs.Juanita Wi." i were West 32nd

high scorers for the evening, while Mrs. Joan ,Twins-Girl and

Spaulding qualified for the consolation award. Boy.

Participating in the meeting in addition to ..... Mr. and Mrs. George
prize winners, were: Mrs. Joan Spaulding, Mrs. --- Johnson 2285 Calvin
Juanita Williams, Mrs. Alveta AllenMrs..MinnieGadling OF highlighted the early In March meeting of the ViVace Ladies Sod* Street, Girl.

Mrs. Margaret Starkes, Mrs. Margaret Savings Club at the residence of Mrs. Susye Pierce, 2501 Doby Street. George BNairn con- Mr. and Mrs. Freddie

JfetRis, Mrs. Geneva HendersonMrs.Carolyn Cite ducted the installation ceremony Members standing from left are: Mesdames Cora Bradley, McGriff, 505 W.Beaver

Washington, Mrs. Grace Sykes, and Mrs. Dorothy chaplain; Vivian Lewis, business manager; Inez Davis, savings treasurerSusye Piercovice Street, Girl

Oliver. treasurer; George-. Nairn; r&ss Clevel Cromartie, presidentMesdaaes Dana Ion Munroefi Mr, and Mrs. Albert

# *# # # # # # .* # # nancial secretary, and Sarah Seymour recording secretary and reporter. Other members are Ran,1524 E. 26th St.,

J&ss Marvyne, E. Betsch, talented daughter o f Mesdames Jesse Glass Deas, treasurer, mia Lawrence and Miss Vera Flowers Serving of a Girl.

Mrs. Mary L. Betsch and the late John T.Betschhas delicious repast followed the ceremony Mr.and Mrs.J ack Am-

recently returned from Hamburg, G e many (PHOTO BY AVERY : strong, 4204 Moncrief

where she has been performing creditably as an ,DA.. Rna._
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opera star. J
Mrs. Betsch's son, John T. Betsch, Jr., is at r Slate Evaluation '* llr. and Mrs John

home also for a brief spring vacation fran prep Program SundayAt I Daniels,1756 CaLlahan

school. { Street Boy.

# #, # # # # # # # NorthwesternThe Mr. and Mrs. Maxell

It?s 'a robust boy for Mr.and .Malcolm Ses- : i I : Harris,2040 Mt.Hennan.
of the
eyes entire Street Boy.
sions of 1724 West 12th Street. .
.Both Betty and her son are doing nicely. community will Mr. and Mrs Robert

*.,* *. .* r.e be focused on North- Morganl636 W,9th St.,

The West 2nd- Street home of Mrs.Sus.ie Thompson 1 rp TJ western JuniorSeniorHigh Boy

was the scene of a recent meeting of the Gems S :4 SC School during Mr. and Mrs.Hubert
: the coming; week as itundergoes
Club. KLxonl840 W,5th St.,
Bridge k r
its first
* Boy
official evaluation.The Mr. and }'frs. Ben J.
Les Unes Charmantes Bridge Club had an inter- ,.
: reviewing com
esting session at lydia Dwight Fie tchers,1050 :\ '" mittee of the Southern Rd.Bailey Girl 5869 Marigold
West 8th Street. ,
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-4:;. Association of Col- Mr. and Mrs. Rufus
S. White and Mrs. Helen S. h: :'
Mrs. Nprma Gregory ,- :
: ,leges and Secondary
; W.16th St
qualified for club prizeswhile Mrs. Iva Grant ": ,;, ; t Schoolsheaded Dr Gordon,2042 ,

was the happy recipient of the guest prize. ....: .' ., by Boy.
"' ,': "!. ,. -J( 45i Richard V. Moore,will Mrand MrsJohn Mack
Mrs. Fletcher carried out the St. Patrick's ( ii'.f:. '
.i ....:.-7:: !,.,' ,, "' ': ; evaluate the school 1628 Windle StGirl.
theme. ... .. ." Ji" :\ ...
Day ,
,u.AS- ...r ,:. .f'r"'f-t......, :.,\ --.1'A.la-- '". ... --. r..z. ,..-:.;'., a ,.",_....___ I.I in all of its aspects. Mr. and Mrs FortsonSpratling,3740
Three guests were present when Les Trieze public program has Fnxwati
Iii SMART SET CFtGANIZED-6n.ng the newly social been planned for 5:00
Amies met Saturday evening jtfi the Durkee Drive organized groups Roads Boy
home of Mr. and Mrs. Killis Bonnerhrs.Lucille' entering Jacksonville's social whirl are the Las Kermanas who played p.m. Sunday, March 26 Mr. and Mrs. Bidvcll

Harper, Mrs. Camilla Thompson, and I. 's. Sarah host during a cocktail soiree to nunerous guests Saturday night at a at which time the Chambers, 1571 W. 7th

Wright. The latter was winner of the guest local club. Officers and members standing from left are: Mrs. Mary visiting committee Street, Boy.
prize. Jones, Mrs. Estelle Evans, Mrs, Betty ReidMrsJoyce WilsonassistaaLsecretary will be introduced to

Members attending the meeting included Miss ; )ire. Vivian Johnson, president; Mrs Evelyn William vice school officials,

Ruth 1'. Broome, Mrs. Winona BrittMrs.Vanorian president; Mrs Mattie Phillips, secretary; Mrs. Scymathian Williams Northwestern person-

Schell, Mrs. Pauline SmithMrs. Doris A.Jones, Mrs. Ida Jackson, treasurer. Other members are Mrs, JaneUe Wilson, nel, and to the community CLUB NOTESThe

Miss Gwendolyn Schell,Mrs. Vivian Satterwhite, business manager; Mrs. Yvonne.Matt,' publicity directorMiss Willow The program

Miss. Coatsie Jones, and Mrs. Carolyn Miller. Dean Wells, chaplain, and Miss Betty Dunlap will also include reports

1/ Hiss Schell, Mrs. Smith, and Mrs. Britt were .. (STAR STAFF PHOTO) of the Pupil,. Les Camelia Social
'Pnnn'D4",7t a w? TMtl a
/ ,, prize winners for the evening. *"'rvv" t4- -"Mi Tf\m- Savings Club

/ * Home ShowIn I Wedding Bells Diamond. RoarSoc'lSavings tional committees Needs of Youth celebrates its filth

Mrs. Nan Fletcher,hostess to a recent meeting : Club anniversary: Sunday,

of the Hellenesian Bridge Club, had Mrs. Doris Progresslarge I Columbus LaGrea, 818 Blanche Program participantswill March 26 beginning at

Jones, Mrs. Lois Averyand Mrs. Ruth Bonner as I St., 32 and Runette Epps, 1818 Meets SundayThe include IshBrantSuperintendent 3 p.m. in St.Paul AME

I, Blanche St.,. 27. .., Church
guests.The crowds of interested of Duval: Myrtle Avenue
highly competitive bridge session sawMrs.: spectators Stanley E. Francis, 24 Parry regular meetingof County Schools, Dr.J. and 13th St.Mrs. Mae

Vermal Me Cone,. Mrs. Claudia Jenkins, Mrs. Mar- are attending the Rd.Retha, Kencot.M. Archie, Jamica., 1334 Francis B.W.I and St, Social the Diamond Savings Rose Club Irving E.Scottdirector Willie Leepresident,

garet Williams winning club prizes. Mrs. Doris third annual Home- I 16: of Education in announced. Fellow organizations -
will be held Sunday
Jones was awarded the prize in the guest'' cat- maker's Service Show Johnnie L. Griffin f., 807 W. 4th' starting at 6 in Negro Schools, Mrs. and the

egory. which began Thursdayand St., 35 and Shirley. T. Jones, 626 the home of Mrs.Ollie p.m. Helen Toney, president general public are
*, ends Saturday! Kentucky Lane, 22.J1# __ .* of the Northwestern invited. Mrs.Altaue
Home movies were in the act again. This time night at a late hour, Walter C. Bryant, 1505 W. 25th 2345 Stuart ParentTeacher Asso- Nunn is secretary.
the setting was the West 8th Street home o f. Coverage,Incorporated St., 23 and Mamie. L. Jones, 1505 Street. Members are ciation.
,W. 25th St., 21. urged to be present
Mrs. Elizabeth Butler Simmonsat of announced.
a meeting Durkee .
,: Emory Norwood, 1109 since matters of
unusual -
Les Elites Bridge Club. In addition to the Dr., 62 and Elizabeth Powell, will .
Mrs. Maizie Cusseaux was guest player.Mrs. dazzling display 1109 Durkee Dr., 63. importance
Lois Avery and Miss Anna Bell Minatee boothsdemonstrationsand Henry T. Miller\ 637 1st Ave., be discussed.
Beach, Fla., 21 and Club
South Jax. members wish toannounce
were winners of club prizes. all- star entertainment Lizzie R. Searcy, 637 1st Aye., their YOU CAN'T BUY A FINER
tea tures, South, J ax. Beach, ] la., 20. :
hundreds of prizesare Joi E. Nelson, 1811 W. 22nd acceptance of
St.,18 and Rosemary. E. Griffin, the invitation: received KENTUCKY BOURBON !
given nightly -
1075 W. Monroe St.., 18. f rca the Gladiolus
in addition of the
Tommie J. Smith, 1151 Lincoln Social Savings dub
grand awards consisting Ct., 65 and Julia Brown, 1151
pres- .,
of a television Lincoln Ct., 55. -"
ence at an affair ", '.
set, deluxe portable In Afghanistan, horseshoe scheduled for April '

roller bar, Hollywoodtwin shaped loaves of bread called 9,Mrs.Johnnie Edward
bed set, a top "nan" are baked from U.S. flour iti1
reporter announced.
quality double oat- sent in CARE packages to give ,
150,000 needy children r
tress, whole pig, and school lunch of milk and bread. .f
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l'A ZJtOUitL.- '. .. '. THE 'FLORIDA'STAR. Saturday, March 25, 1961 Qi

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R 'aY J >;- The annual Palm Sunday Tea
; Sunday from 4 p... by District 4 of St. Matthew
: ,. : ,Baptist Church in the hcae of Mrs. Annie K.
iiif 'Wooten, 1242 W. 28th St. Mrs. Evelyn West will
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be guest speaker
.a FF :*
:14ettt- s p Kr ; A Calendar Tea slated for March 29 and scheduled -

,. to begin at 8 p.m. will be sponsored by
'.' y i, the Host Worshipful Grand lodge Prince Hall at

; r .. 1913 Jefferson St. Krs.Alice Willis is pro-,
x., .. grm chairman
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) }" ,, :f!: ,:: Tabernacle Baptist Church cornerstone laying
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A tij e* tbt P 9d C* to. '.. 'jr exercises will be held Sunday under sponsorship

,* J.AsuxlcvUc..., ontrtudtec who ..'. ... :: S 5 ,j ";: :";:'.: : ."! ,",.:':.-:: of Oakland Lodge 65. The general public and

*' aowxtry'eUU W.a.mwHeaa and our eo.a .8Ib.... .."- -...'.' ,-- -- .. friends are, cordially invited to attend the
CHIHCH LEADERS HOLD REGULAR J.IEETING-The Senior Minister's Wives, one of Jacksonville's --
*** *.* leading church working groups, met in regular session recently at the hcne of Mrs.Mary L. Day Spring Baptist Church will dedicate its

.-:\' Johnson, 1137 W. east Street. Timely topics and current projects of :the organization wore.planned dining room and kitchen Sunday following morning .:

and discussed. The group also prograened. their activities which wOl center around worship, with Mrs Alice Johnonchairman,

the 47th annual session of the Progressive Baptist State Convention and five of its, 'auxiliaries tllibe served dose of the event, dinners
which is being held ,March 21-26 in Gaililee Baptist ChurchSt Petersbnrg.DiesStiIIdlIIg v I .
.. 'from left are: Mrs. J. C. SOBS, Mrs. W. M* Hill, Mrs.. IM BrownMrs V. Daniel, *

1: Mrs* J. H. Rose and the_ ,hostess, Mrs. Mary L.. Johnson. Abyssinia Baptist .Church's Stdqachool chorus
K yA (STAR STAFF PHOTOScoutits .) meets Saturday at 4 p.m.for rehearsal.Choirs 1
and 2 present their Easter Cantata March 26 at

ERICST WHITE Slate Prayer Band St. Paul AME 1 8 p.m. in the church auditoriuaMrs. L.D. Mc-
JameS Weldon JohnsonErnesto & ftteceo 'Lodge 8 dellan, director .
Emergency Meet To Observe *
Sponsors 'SupperThe Church Notes ,
Ninth Grade*
The congregation of Sweetfield Baptist Church

student at James Vel-1ti The Cherokee Districtof stAnniversary e nt e rtaimentcondttee BY L QUESTRA EVERETT will accanpauy; its pastor Rev D.B. Barnes to

i don Johnson School, is* the North Florida S tarPr""r of Ma ceo The men of St. Paul Kingsl&ndGa following Sunday morning's services
a,member of the, BandAof CouncilBoy Scouts of The Morning Lodge No. 8 IBPQE'ot Church 'r Women's Day captains areMrs. Jay Brown
Band Wednesday AME a e_going
which he is captain, America announces an W., will aponsoiitsannual. Miss Gladys BarnesMrs. Minnie Brown Mrs. ethaWillians
observance of all out to make this
Photographer C 1 lib,'* emergency meeting to began 'Sea Food supperFriday Mrs Leslie JohnsonMrs 0f13.e Bron-
annual Menfs
21st anniversary
secretary of Sunday its March 31 year's son Mrs. Pricilla HdseyMrs.Dorothy GrayMrs
be held on Sunday at with -night affair the ,
terminates of
school at first New ,3:30 p. m., Ebenezer 'uhich Sun- in the entertainment most pay one in Vera RobinsonMrs Helen Holmes:\ Mrs.Mary Hun-
services outstanding
Zion Church, and his special Elks dub Mrs Freddie M. Brooks
Methodist Church.Rev. 'day in Second Bethel room of the church history. This gin, LarkingMrs Mary ,

received several a-* J.B.F. Williams will ,Baptist Church, Fifth Tickets are.now yearfs .event is to beheld -Mrs Viola Robinson, Mrs Mary Ann Grant, Mrs.
wards at school give the invocation available at the Mrs John Ester Jones, Mrs. Rosa Lee Grant and
and Blue streeta.Mrs.M.C.Harringbonleader on Sunday, April
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I. Several speakers will building or may. be 30. Mrs Pauline" Sibley.Friendly .

be presented and plansto announced.Host pastor purchased fromthe. Many visitors and *

increase the number will be Rev.J.C.Vill- various members of thelodge.The friends attended St., Usher Board 1 of Greater Macedonia

of units and the qual ma9 The public ,is chairman of Paul's :various activities Baptist Church holds its 44 anniversary tfbnday
ityot 'program will invited' the entertainaent ccaa- and last Sunday beginning' at 8 p.m. in the church auditorium..

be discussed.R.A.Sew- I. nittee,0HBenaby. has ', the pastor, Rev.R. The program has been completed and all church
ell the new district stated that he'expects Blaine was heard boards in the city and the general public are

executive will be Presbyterians the fUll. support, of in two stirring ser invited
present to participateon Present Musical the membership by purchasing mons. *

,the program. Rev.A. : tickets and Superintendent W. D. Joint anniversary services for the church

3 ,J. Hugheschaiaian A musical program bringing' tlr3rtl'ierds.< Sweet and the instruc- and pastorbegan Wednesday in Ht. Zion Baptist

: \ will preside. will be rendered at The proceedsfrcmtfae; tors are busily en- Church, Southside, with Mrs. Bertha Waymontce-
ESSIE MAE WIGGINS i the Laura Street supper will help to gaged in rehearsingthe ,I siding Services were supervised by Jerusalemand

Douglas Anderson Youth Council Presbyterian 'Church defray the expense of Sunday school Mt. Olive Baptist churches.
1r Sunday, March 26' a t the delegates to .the groups which wfll: present *

Essie is a member of Meets SundayJax 7 'p.m. _, Florida State Asso- their annual Eas-
the senior class ccndttee Sunrise services at St. Paul AMS Church
at NAACP Youth Mrs. Sadie D. Davis, ciation.The ter program.President, Easter
*DougLas Anderson High Council during its: the sponsor of the is desirous of a'' sellout -. W. M. Townsend and Myrtle Avenue and 13th Street will begin at

TfrSchoolNational Honor meeting Sunday, March progra has announcedthe Food will b e staff are already'll- 5:30 a.m. Sunday, April 2, it was announcedthis
Society, treasurer of I'' of plentiful. week Friends and the general public are
26 at 4 p.m. in Walker -, appearance many suing invitations to
*the Student Council; Vocational and, talented musicians, Deaths AndFunsrals members, friends, and invited.
chaplain of Boosterclubsecretary Ccumercial Coll'e g e, both vocal andinstru- ,the general public to -
of the'' mental who are veil ACE .
Ninth St. and Ifyrtle / attend their \ -I---
*l2-2 homeroom,captain1 Avenue+i7.I :Implement known in the city. League program Sunday

*. of the.19 O-6l Girls'Basketball its spring membershipdrive The program is to FOWLER Eddie D. of afternoon, April 2. ______
team and which has a goal benefit.the. church A 5625 .Bree Road. We of St. Paul extend
*is an honor student. set for 1500 members, cityvide invitation IDWEHrs.L1nah E.of an invitation of xo1-
*** "w *
1 Rodney Hurst, president has been extended.The 3700 Grant Owens Rd. come to both friend
i I announced. members of ,the church CCBBERT-Mrs. Lucinda and the general pub v ih! Srsroula.Y

Other agenda matters are asked to bring a Green Cove Springs. lic to attend our activities '

-rrL *', will include the pan- friend rSouth JACKSON-Anita of 1C77 ; _
el-audience questions r Troyan Street. Ii4'

-and-answer period, Changing CARTER-Mrs.Henrietta 'rNEr
progress reports from ,of Columbia County. wo a u ARt .

various consdtt e e s, SegregationViews WILLIAMS-Mrs. Ada or Big Money,for Research 11 f0 f 11d' / '
the get-out-the-vote Author 313 Magnolia Street. Spending for scientific re- /
development totaled A
registration campaigv COOPER-Mrs. Virginia
about a billion dollars in the
BENJAMIN R, BELL and future proj act, WASHINGTON: -Fam ed Of, f9S8 St.Augustine U. S. during the 1959-1960
Isaiah Blocker programming and plan- Southern author Lillian nuou. fiscal Foundation year the National estimates.Science -- :.. ,..----__.. -eo _
ning. Smith noted recently SHOWAETER. Edward of
Tribute is paid tam
Benjacdn of the 9-1. The general public is. that deep 631 W. Church St. 'HOMEMAKERS'SERVICE
class.He is affiliated invited to a 11 meet- changes are emerging BACON- Mrs. Ruth of PlEIiEn
'with the ContinentalClub ings and there 'are no in the south as the 574 Caroline street.

Honor Society* admission charges#urstppinted result o X racial THOMASBarbara of
School BandBayScouts,* out.. strife. 5630 Vernon Road. MMtMirkifFOOT SHOW
While inter- w
being WARREN--Duribar of 1963-
and is an active mem-
viewed here last week, College Circle. OF WEST
ber of the H.Y.F.Club. WANTED
Miss Qaith describeda WIIELNS Mitch of 1335 .
Hobbies are Ice Skat- iEAYER ST. VIADUCT Hundreds of Prizes
ing and b aseball Old Cars For J mk, New Orleans white' Wolfe Court.

*" Scrap Iron, Tin, and matron w ho, told SAMPSotrJaus H. of .
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Timber.Call EL 5-8908 friends, she "had al- 1243 W. 5th Street. Fork SporeWerners Finest Double Twin Holyweod

1439 Madison Street ways been f o r segre JCCRAT:: -Willie.of 1010 .' .
Listen to Pepsi gation" until she saw Line Street. It3IkIJS. Mattress _,. BcdcFortdbfotV:
Music-Quest, Fr iday TIITMXCIE f:," t. ::: its children.effects on school AI XAHDER-Louis Hary or'Pitre.. Perk ,. .
H JIll pqt ret to tte in i.lll callttf of llTB Harrison St.
Ribs 10:30 to 11:00 ::---.ra'M: OIIA.JEIPWI.I ww. PIg .
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Pltr ",:_.' ., THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday, March 25, '1961

r $300 Fine, 22
3Ti5'A: fail
Stitches In Knife

,- cl"' To ,Reach. All: ,Courts 'Playing''CaseST.l1GUSTIltE5300*

AHASSEB-"In refusing action on a lunch in
ilmtel' sit-in appeal from ;eight Negro so* four fines and treatment
te college students convicted :i n Florida, for a ci t..vhich -.required
ttans, it is speculated that the U.S. 22 stitches
Court t9 denial ftessmed from the fact were given in Justice
_ t the defendants failed to exhaust State of Peace Pourt to two

channels before carrying ,the appeal to : local enMoaday..
__ ..... "--a---4 D"".+:' ---.... P Charged with fighting
ie twelve studentsconvicted "f Segregated I were Arnold Bell and
1'8 in Tal- Howard Green who ,told
Jhas lee municipal School Money,:*' I i: Ir the court 'that they
e 1 e .v
tart following de ron- were "just; ;playing"with
rations Feb. 20 and Says NAACPNEW :i c knives Bell cut
12 of last : '
year Green in the throat
_ soRx ruAcr as-<
students each -
ie toe with a pocket knife.'
Sentenced to 60 days bars were urged to The wound required'
Jail cr$300 fines make known to Congress stitches
their objection any 31
leir first appeal vas 4 a Justice of the PeaCe''
Federal funds goingto
enied when it was Marvin Grier 'fined'Green
states where the y yy;
pplied for $50 for fighting -
school desegregation .
Bounty Circuit Court. n. and Bell receiveda
ruling is being dei9ed.They :
When the group ig- : 1. $250 fine or six
are to make ,
the Mayor or- months after pleading 1
t leave the plain'that any Federal
er es o o f Wool-, aid t o education _u _m ___ _._ .__ __ .__ ... guilty to the assault
should provide for .
>rth's where ,the withholding of money DALLAS STIKD-DS Members of the Dallas Texas, NAACP youth and young adult councils arevaging
emonstrations were from states and localities a full-scale drive against local theatres that refuse service to Negroes.They are Royal Crown
)eing carried out, he which refuse joined by white students from Southern Methodist Univeraity.HLCP students stand inline, Bottling
)rdered police to ar- ask for tickets and when refused, call for manager. This holds up line Lighter skinned Company
to desegregate.
>st them' for falling Heebers were epaciiically students get in, sad then case back out and chat with their darker friends, to the confusion 1235'SAN MARCO UVD.
o obey his orders. and .eBbarrassaent
[Also facing the U.S.fupreme called upon to management. I Fl.9-4418,
Court for re- urge their Congressmen

Lewis.: an appeal from and Senators "to support ...,
(.7 Louisiana Negroes a bill amended"
10 have used all to include,this pro- .a'-' -
tate Courts in ,their yisionn
,jetition for appeals The directive x a arsent ; THE .J
from sit-in convicns. on March 1' by Roy -S. 4 4h4 I11L1
> The high court WlUdnsexecutive ,secretary -' .. .
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to state to the Association 'S.
yet .' luusi'
fs unitsin -----
ether it will heargments 1,434 ,
45 states.He ___ .
in this
4I\4 UL&I.
case.F called the atten- BEST 608
_ tion of NAACP membersto 6

the proposal which
Cabinet Post
President Kennedy- has

.Sought For sent to Congress: 0 r
Federal aid to education -
1 Dr. Weaver in the atateain ,. WAY w

the overall, amount of
WASHINGTON--In seeking -
5.6 billion dollars.
\ a proposed 3.25-
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E revive the lagging 'embodying President'

housing Kennedy industry,also President will Kenne3ys go to proposal committeesin TO

the Senate and
underscored the importance -
he attaches House hearings before :.f J-:
being reportedto L
to t h e program since ; '
he wants the housing the floor. ;
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D. ptJlyo'Wounds'SUnford _
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ident would presumably TL4?
elevate Housing Administrator saNFanisyear YOUR -.
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Weaver, making him hospitalized and being the first Negro cabin treated for a : :
net official in U. S; bullet wound in the
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this plan, the president attempted to assault -
'is said to be an officer Mon-

"con idering creationa day. w. : '
new cabinet post Sheriff's DeputyWJ : ," : ,
the Department o t i Brova said that he :;!::-?.;rv fi Ride the Coach.,.; to work today. You'll save lip to $20 a month while you're just relaxin'. Join .

Housing and Urban Affairs stopped acar which ':.:'''';',..x.-: the 50,000 Jaxons who know when it. It's the best
I yea being driven ',..: .1 r. .. a good thing they see bargain rolling today

It is also expectedthat recklessly by Willie ::"i!:-:rll*: : on the streets-of Jacksonville. ..

senate opposition -, ,J. Taylor Brown said the ,. ., ;*" .-T- "'*. i i .; i ir ;: .... J .. ; ;;-\' :
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to appointment Weave r will recent deputy ordered the car :', :: :: '::: ., ..,. ,. --?.', ,;;'}-- .-'.Even two-car families find riding the Coach a way' to save on' their weekly' budget Spare yourself 4"

be carried" should stopped Jumped from ,,-.:: ,l;:11-;:..: ;' '-:- -. ::,: traffic tie-ups,and the worry and expense of parking. .> l'

prospects of the ne w the car and charged :2::: i,}.l/i. r .. ... r.:2f r.
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BiBT FOOT'CARE-By Dr. Joseph Lelyveld e by "jay jay"The ,

J Chairman National Foot Health Council I f
late William Jennings Bryan added
pressipn to the English language which is :
Although will be several months in. use today. He coined the term "Cross
baby starts to vLk, you must plan betONf:: Silver". The term is very apropos today. |
those little feet so* thought and figures released by the Federal R 'serve
want him to go through life ccaf rtab1y. of Atlanta show that retail sales in

In thebeginningjyour dren of several foot ville led the South in rate of gain for ]
baby should, be encouraged past quarter. This means that we are [
sixes can restrictthe
to creep"but foot, like tight -ing our dignity and fight for equal ]
never persuaded to a cross of silver and refusing to make the
walk When ababy's shoes as the foot .. s4A'y z
too soon ; minute sacrifice. Negroes are still busy
grows and came toes 4a
Balance + .L ping downtown and supporting James Crow
curl under r-
to s r [ )
and confidence :relatives. It would behoove each and eve
sock fora
win The proper
developed he child's foot is one ,. of us to stay from downtown shoPPingduring
walk of his
staid or Easter We have noted that
extends season. many
accord-but when that a good
own teacher friends quietly easing
helped to stand or halfinch beyond the .. are
t out of certain..department stores.
walk too soon t3 legs longest toes. Many The Home Service Show is in full swing.
beccoe mothers prefer -
and feet
may are trying to win the bar-b-qued pig,
weakened and their ture-absorbing durene bar, cases of beer baskets of food and
development retardedin mercerized cotton. like. The husksters descended upon the
other ways .' The first-step shoes like mad. Herb Gaines and Roosevelt

As soon as the child as well as the first CC&ffANY .QUEEN-Miss Odeon Cuaberbatch, Miss Second Battle Group of Anheuser-Busch are working the .
shawl an inclinationto walking shoes shouldbe the Florida A&M University ROTC, is shown here as she and her escort, reports that his wife and new son are
stand, softsoled at least three- Cadet Lt. Col. Joseph Harris of Taapa march under crossed sabres at John Harris of Schlitz is telling fish
shoes should be fitted quarters of an inch the recently held ROTC Ball at 'A6HMiss Cuaberbatch is a senior psychology He is not joking. There are thousands of '
but the child's feet .longer than the toes major from Ojus, Florida swimming around in this section that have
should always be pro- (which is the ..widthof tagged. If you catch onetake it to the
tected with s o cks yourthimbandvdde .Goodwill S.S Cloti Total FacilitiesAt distributor and receive a cash prize.
Soae Talent Program Set
pediatricians enough so that youcan I Rumor has it that a new radio station
feel that mercerized drat the leather The James Weld on .EventsMoncfay- U. Of Georgia: into operation soon. Not a new station

cotton :socks equalize slightly together 4thyour .' Johnson Jr.High school Ordered rather an old station will began Negro
the temperature. of the fingers over, the' faculty will presenta Opened gramming. Tis said that a building will be
child's feet and aid top of the toes. Talent Show in ,theSchoolf COLUMBUS, Ga.-A fed- structed on the corner of Broad and
the body circulation Although every foot s Grymnatorium .Ya eral court ruling pother sign of the importance .of the
It is extremely important has its own growth on MondayMarch 27at .. giving use of total million dollars a week Negro market in
that bootees schedule, most size 8 p.m. facilities of the 175- Jacksonville area.
and, first socks be changes take placer Features to be offered year old Universityof Raymond Taylor, the old pro is back in
properly fitted. They every one to two areMrs.G.Mill- Georgia at Athenswas biz. Taylor presents a show weekly at j
should be large enoughto months up to the age iard and' her Holly ordered for its Roosevelt on Fridays and Saturdays.He
avoid any pressureon of six. When shoes or Gully Girls: Mrs.RubyLee two Negro students by the same troupe at Weaver's Pine Inn IIp
the softdeveloping socks become too tight Jackson, Mrs. C. 4 Za U.S. District Judge W Room" on week-ends. By the way have you
foot structure. they constrict the WilsonMrs.lya Grant, A. Bottle here recent- tried one of the hamburgers from the
One-size stretch socks feetdeform the toes, Miss, Sally Daniels, Kitchen? It's a treat.We .
supposed to fit chilSTBAMD and prevent the feet Miss Algia CorbinMrs. ly.Clarification of the had a real treat the other day.We

r from functioning free- J.RsndolphMra.DoQVthyKingMrs.Doz.s ruling of the original "Career Day" at James Weldon Johnson. We
.SJTNrSAT; .1Y.Foot Bennett '* ,An auspicious program decree came from commend the staff on the way four young
growth and shoe and Hr .Evel1n: Hopkins. has been set for Charlayne Hunter, one handled themselves before over 1600 f e
sizes should be re- In the Beatnik scene the 13th anniversary of two Negro students students. Believe me,it is no easy job to
checked every few are Mrs. F. Summers, observance of the who entered the Uni- before an audience your peers as those
I Dil'kIt1be months. Both feet Miss Sally Daniels, Goodwill Sewing and versity, from State people did. In addition Ernest WYattthe
t should be measured and Mrs. Amanda"BellMrs. Savings Club scheduled Atty.Gen.Eugene Cook. master presented a flutist, Earnest White Slar'j
the longest aai widest Nell .Hicks, Mrs. L. for Monday, Marc 27 Miss Hunter had asked a clarinet quartet composed of Melvin
Tap of measurements acceptedas FlecherMrs. Ruby Lee starting at 8 p.m. in for access to the institution Marvin King, Jerome Calhoun and Thomas
the correct size Jackson.The Brooks Prayer House, *s diningroom The. kids were on the ball. Linda Jordan,
TIll If you think your musical numbers Tyler; St.and Kings Rd. facilities. Price, Detra Belcher and Veverly Sawyer
child is developing will be supplied by Miss Dorothy Mae the young ladies who led a panel
StaiN any kind of foot the Dreamers Trio- Lang will be guest Girl Scouts End You see all of our kids are not "
trouble have his feet Annie Robin- for the event.
TECHNICOLOR fr*.WARNER BROS. Mrs. Mae speaker and "Boomerettes"
ANDROOSEVELT ,exuoined by a podi sonMrs. Vivian Byrd, Other program parti- Annual WeekGirl Hamp Sullivan is wearing a broad smile ,
v atristchiropolist or and Mrs.Elenor Davis. cipants.includeOpen- of this week. He will not tell a soul the
orthopedist who can Quartet: S. Williams, ing. Hymn, St. PetersBaptist Scout Troop 261 of his "root worker". Also in the 600
also advise you about P.ParsonE.lawson and Church Choir
and Brownie Troop 293 Elmo Davis and Brown of Green Front
the right kind o f O. Walker. 2Rev. Nathaniel MattoxPrayerscripture- of St.Paul AME Church ed off and paid a visit to Winston Salem,
socks and shoes for Soloists are H. Mc- I ,. ., wound up the scouts ...To all girls"Johnny Guitar"is back in
v" u u uuLlL7J.ilJ U your baby's feet_ Mickens and Mrs. V. Howard Baker; introduction 49th anniversary activities You'll find him in his old haunts. Jimmy
SUN.-TUES Byrd. of mistress with a hike came through with Bill Doggett..Had ( a
'.-3 BIG HITS N. O. SchoolChief Two combos will be of ceremonies, Mrs. and cookout last talk with Bill last week. He was t<
special guestsHenry Blonde Mathews J"Iis- Saturday at Mt.Herman bout the Pony and the Ccontinental.The C<
QuitsNEW Willie Hodge and his tress of ceremonies Park. The anniversary tal is the latest dance craze around A1
njn Notes and .The; Miss Joan-Frazier. activities were held We call the came dance "The Hully Gully.
0RI.EAmCity Summer Wiles group. Mrs. :Phoebe Taylor March 1218.In fact Bill has a new record called "The (
schools superintendent Scenes from "The will give the welcome Saturday's cook Walk." For relaxation, Bill played the p]
Dr. Jaacs F. Reid Bishop's .Candesti c k" address and the response out,the girls in plan- for a few bars.
pun. anal who has resisted two will feature William will be ren- : ning their own menu, WRHC has quietly added what they call "a
All Colored Cast Hit attempts by the State AdamsMrs. Mathis and dered by Mrs. Rosa, : peeled 25 pounds of sound". The station has been completely
HOUSE RENT PARTY" legislature to firehimannounced Bostic. Walker. The Southside i white potatoes for ized. Ken, Abe, Pearley, Theresa,Jesse and
Plus"BACKTOGOPtS Tuesday Special dance numbers Progressive Club and french fries and also the others have ideal working conditions.
COUNTRY" 'that he was resigning will spotlight, Mrs. Sensational. Tr u mpe- prepared onions for if you can tell the difference in the
his post and would G.Hilliard end S.Will- teers,W1ll offer musical hamburgers.The tonal qualities.
SUN.-TUES accept a new job at" aconsiderable iams. Special Guest 1} selections, and menu also included Jimmy Huger and Chuck Smith passed t h
increase Star-Edwin YAthis,im- solos will be given pork and beans, town this week. Jimmy is the drumbeater
in salary on July 1.MAIDS personations.Plan by Tyrone Williams and cabbage and cole slaw, Bethune-Cookman and Chuck is head drum
now to attend Mrs Ruby Ragland. hot rolls, juices and for FAMU. Meanwhile howls of indignation
Kuttuisnoeiiar IL1E5 URGENTLY NEEDEDTo this gala presenta- Miss Carrie Walker beverages, cake, and stemming from the remarks ousted Rattler
l end$60 your cuh weekly carfare N.Immediately.Y. jobs. We tion. will introduce the other foods. Duringthe Macon "Body' Builder"Williams made to the
end Give reference in latter-he prepared speaker, the history preparations and last Saturday.' Everyone knows that the
*to leave right away. WriU of the organizationwill administration gave the former coach f
HAV-A-MAID Agency 4 Bond St.Great cooking assign
lITHE LOST Neck N. Y. be given by Mrs. ments the strikes before calling him out.The remarks
1tiLP-S Cash Mon Nit el. Miami HospitalReceivs Theresa B. Hall, and under,supervision of pear to be those of a drowning reaching
Kellan andMrs.Betty
Freeman straws.
Mrs.Irene Baggsscout
$23,000 Kellam will
leader,Mrs.Vera John-
In Friend's WillMIAMIVariety ing.supervise the offer son,scout leaderMrs. ,

Myrtle Avc and Adams Phone EL 4 I46S Other organizations Lersey Smileyparent,
Children's friends and 4 the general and Mrs.Eula Mitchell I
Saul for Cckt islimfettf WkU are invited Pa.rent--tmrse.
SH'81'MP public
&h Hospital: enriched -
AiBtut .... Tfcty Urt I.
JUMIO by a bequest -
SHRIMP .............u Ik of $23,000 which it .
MEDIUM WHITE SHRIMP u Me received from the 'Trod at MATHIS and Save!

""AIo Urf $..,..." Jcihit Frri will of Mrs. Sarah J", e e e '

BARGAIN DEPT.Medium Williams, an 88yearold
Hiamiam who also
MULLET U. 20c left $5,000 to her MAKES/2# SKIN BLEACHES

Large MULLET U. 29c maid and property toa "OLD FASHIONED

MULLET ROE U.. 98e nephew.Hrs.William -'-'" .
SALT MULLET ROE died in 1958.
Park Caapbell. Mr s.Williams 1I1t n' .4a J
STONE CRAB CLAWS s.c..... -u. 79c attorneysaid ...y 1

SHRIMPIOAT WHITING ,:_ u. 29c : -she told him TOY'S SUITS $13.95MEN'S .
TEACH WHITING ,' 39e that she wanted to lightens dark spots
.... ...... u. SUITS SM.95 perfect powder
help some children-'
RED SNAPPER base cptona'i
IkPr4 59c She didn't care what $

SNAPPER FILLETS. u. 65e color, race, or reli- MATHIS SHOE STOlE use THC
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RED lASS for bkini [ 35c gion they were a ,along MJJ. .
k................,i.. Iut C.fA*f em.b YM.. as they needed 7375'FLORIDA AVENUE cxaitsa'r[w
CATFISH! U.49c help, he said Manufacture of Posntr'f BergamoTh Jar with the '

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SPORIItIiiE La. Southern Fullmer Outlasts : f ; M..th '- ,

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WDefendChampionship// Robinson In .'. :
BY C PARHAM :., ; : ,,' 1 .n r .,.r. :
JOHNSON- 1F I Gruelling Brawl
YOU MET the new general manager of the LAS VEGAS JNev.- For

onville Baseball Club? If you have not, the uBpteenth time, .- '

avail yourself of the opportunity of do- BY BENNIE"THOMAS ,Sugar RayRobinson has GEORGE WALSH, In the current issue of Sports Illustrated' Magazine now
so* The Jets has not only of' the been predicted as hav-
chief one young- Baton Ro ogle,Louisiana ing cane to the end on the news stands, writes a penetrating, perceptive analysis on the
executives in baseball but one veil -TwSouthern University exploits of the Boston Celtics great guardback court ensive-scor-
of the roadthe
oned with what it takes to make the grade. present antics of SCand K C Walsh "in the hard
Spring Sports occasion being NBA ing Jones says, running
'rise is Gene Russell.He is a man action, Tea are eagerly avaiting champion Gene Full ranks of professional basketball, players, are judged by the company
of courage, a man with'a congenial dis- opening dates mer fs lashing 15-ro181d: they manage: to''avoid When they feint their way past their men, or
tion and a man who has a job to do. --each with. a chae- decisioned streak down the court on the fast break, or momentarily escape the

RUSSF LLia gunning for two things for the pionship to, defend, victory unanimously over the Sugar clutch of pawing hands, their unsocialibility is regarded as a highly
baseball season and they are <,the opening fans the anxiety.The < nan here last Saturday desireable trait. In the National Basketball Association, no playersare
attendance trophy and a pennant winner. Jaguar baseball ,night. more adept at these admittedly unfriendly maneuvers than Sam andK
onville with,its loyal, fanswho have supd .team, defending chaa- C. Jones. .
During the 15- round
terns, of the past win: have a very goodon pions of the South-
to support the Jets. The reason is that westem'Athletic Con slugfest, Robby was
of Wolfson aodRussell will vainly trying to land
combination see
ference and thi rd y----
the big ,onewhich ; r1e
t that Jacksonville have a ,front runner place finishers in -
EB&L FANS IN JACKSONVIU will miss the last year's National never connected-while motion

;ar turning champion: who could walk alongh :Athletic ,Inter-Ctille- perpetual Gene
into his
a cigar in his mouth and make it do the giate Baseball Tourn- tore opponent

I psy doodle," without dropping it or losing aaent at Sioux City, 'din pressure applying relentless fran the &d- !!

tep. Louis HLles,known to many in and around Iowa, will answer the bell
onville as "Cigar" will be missing around first call to spring opening the remainder throughout of- r 1w

baseball. park comes baseball season"Cigar41 activity March H a- the fight.
hit his home run and made his score. gainst Alcorn College .
ASEBAU- ,SPRING TRAINING is doing a real ,job in a harestd.March There were no 'knockdowns 4.R
Howeverin the
,. E.w
uncovering some real prospects Many of the -aa1C f
H was also the >" third, Fullmer had
okies the veterans deep con-'
causing sane
target date for the Robby against the UTId
n both din the field and at bat. One of the up -
track and field team. ropes and administereda
._,.guns in spring training. is Clarence Coleman They will in furry of
,5t< big rookie catcher of the Ph i1 a delphia'lJ.1ies. Austin, Texas open in up the murderous savage punches

It has been reported from around the ,Capitol City Relays. which ,had the former "ON THE CELTICS it would be almost impossible _for the Jones boys(they
ftp that Coleman has everything to become aTeat So hern's baseball five-time titleholder are not related) to be anything but substitutes., Bob, Cousy. who has

.catcher They said his hitting was weak, team swept to a*21-3 hanging on. Both' been an NBA All-Star for 10 years, and Bill Shaman an All-Star for
surely a man who gets four for five at batt mark last finishing seven years, are the first string guards, and they are men not easily
season fighters fought
such a weakling after all ahead of the bell which neither pushed aside. The facts of life, however,are, .that Cousy andare ,Shaman
IN JACKSONVILLE will get a chance to Prairie View and had heard. in their 30ts, and their skills, while Just as shinyare no longer -

>ke the Jets over now. Spring training hasrted Grambling with a sWAC I Official scoring at durable Around the second quarter or so", Cousy says"I actually
the South plan on being taken out of the and I
for the home town entry to mark of 173 to nail the end of ,the=batfilehad game, pace myself accordingly.
antic, 'league. Things started looking upward down the title. That's when Sam and K. C* cane in* They not only sustain a lead, they
one judge scoring
The add to it. And on the defense they hound the
lfrr Manager Tom Saffell hit town. new man- into the opposition guards so
Going national 70-60 another
did not lose any time in making preparato 70-67j much that my wants all softened for me when I come back din. A truly
t o urn ament and referee Frank
get down to serious business. \ interesting and revealing article on the inner- strategy of professional -
OF TIE FINEST STEPS to be taken in Jack- crown after in winning 1959, the Carters Fullmer.'F?0-66a11. ,. :for. tI basketball in the current issue of Sports nlustratedHagaine.:
le in is made by George
many years one Jaguars curtail the .
.Horne who lives out in the Lincoln Estates. way to the semi-finals .,: SOMENIEY DISTILLERS co,.H.V.C.-. 8LCNDED WHISKY.86 PROOF.6W{GRAIN' "UJtRL$PIPTI
effort to organize: the ,.'
s making a great before, bowing t o -

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before copping !
much interest in the movement .
tshowing exclusive
--, second copse cutive y How an ,
SWAG title last season.
Opening up in the .
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hats to frame your face with loveliness! See cute pixies, C.D.V.o .. to recognize the label on these gen- 9 7c 2.
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sophisticated cloches, pert pillobxes shells, toques, ed tan, brown, black, gray. Sizes 28 C.BY0
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C.B.V.* or melon. .with matching checked Jamaica .
the perfect.chapeau for the little Miss!She'll adore the '
shorts! Washable, of Sizes 7 14.
grown-up look of a lady of fashion and you'll like. course. .
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your favorite styleS! Our sweet baby dolls are coo! and full-cut, sudsable and so comfortable .
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7890 NORMANDY BLVD. 48th STREET between I Pearl 1 & Main l .CSV MEANS

OPEN MON. SAT. 9:30 A.M.- 10FM.NQRMANPY tww CtrttfM....*wh v."h 4.-11M.pia I.Ie.
OPEK MON.SAT.. 9:30 AM, i. A* Inr.., M tile Kt, ...
STORE OPEN SUNDAY 12 to 6 f M ,.., ...., .... ten ..,w..
Directions to Normandy Blvd. Store.
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Take Post St. which becomes Normandy Blvd. to 7800 block.
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