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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
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"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
April 1, 1961
Publication Date:


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


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

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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:
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oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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r ;N.w.Civil City's Non-Profit GrovesMay I Enraged Wife i,

r I Service Exams Lose $400,000 AnnuallyGiving Shoots Two MenA

Open April 70. .. over custody of two
reasons 'that the plan will save local children resulted in

Civil Service exam 'tax payers over $400,000 annually the City the pistol woundingof I
inations for Journeyman Council Wednesday night endorsed a proposal to two men...'' and the MIAMIAN EARNS COVETED MEMORIAL AWARD-Regina Jollivette-, a talented

Plumber,Electronic eliminate non profit groups and charitable institutions placing :in county jail senior at Miami's Northwestern High School, was awarded the first
: Clock Bell and Fire from.future City budget aid. under heavy bond of ', nual "L. Alex Wilson Memorial Award" for being the outstanding parti-an-

Alarm Mechanic, and At the same time, a I, butions vbi 1 e'county a local w cipant at the recently held 11th annual Florida A. and M. University
\ Carpenter's resolution bearing the Interscholastic Press
Workshop. The
man.ifI presentation was made by Lee
will be held at Duval, signatures of all body tax onethird.In payers. pay only i Blackwell, managing editor of The!. Chicago: Daily Defender in behalf ol
County Civil Service members was introducedIt the Defender Publications.At the time of his deathWilsona graduate
Commission office will ask members t' explaining his J. .: of A. and M., was editor of the Chicago Defender.
of the Duval .Legislative resolution, Wa 11 e r ;; -
Monday, April 10 at 9 said that plans to end (A. and H. staff photo by James Walden)
to -- ----r
a.m.j Mrs. Louise B. delegation review -
.i permissive acts city participation in Federal Agents
Dorsey, ex
Collins l6
charitable in stitutions Among Alert Off Duty
.. secretary announced of various charities f Nab ,
egvirements.and !,- .",,;..,:to.-eliminate the City comprised of 19 .} ;: _Woman. Cited'
class specif icationa -* ,Vaclcsonville thereof =.' .institutions- and nonprofit ; On Suspect List : By Negro Lawman Helps

for JourneyPl from and to increase groups"' 'would" -t-.UEtiK&. .ROBERTS"'-.. -- .-i 'j Newsmen Nab Thieves
mber require that the amount authorized not involve them as' Police Sgts.Ed. Cor- A woman-- who{1iis Deen- -
applicant must have from Duval County in being without funds, list WASHINGTON= F rmer" .t6-- "
ley and Leon Hamvrey on the suspect Visual alertHess: on
but th at money'would
completed a required order:that an equal be received from other reported' that Alfreta since August,1958was Florida Cover nor-LeRoy the part of_ an off-
apprenticship under portion may be derived, found U. S. Secret Collins was one
a Roberts, 27, eon the by duty police sergeant
recognized from all tax payers sources. Service agents in ; of the ten outstanding
journeyman However there has morning of Mar. 23, Dui coupled with a cops-
of the craft and at of the county. went to the home of val County Jail We d-. citizens cited by the androbbers chase by.
least three or Ra1phN.Wa.ll,councilchairman been some speculationthat National Newspaper
years her husband, Joseph nesday.R. a determined police
more first class experience and. author' the proposalmight Roberts, 30of 2025 M. McDavid, spec- Publishers Association lieutenant, resultedin
me'et with
as a journeyman of the proposed plan some College Circle and ial agent, in chargeof which annually honors the capture of some
:in trade.Applicant said that city taXpayers opposition when i t 'shot her husband and the secret service fellow Americans for $600 worth of stolen

must also show on application are contributing reaches the legisla- his cousin, Jule office here said Mar- distinguished'contri appliances Wednesday
under what two-thirds tive group. butions through public -
\ over Thompson. giree Normal Bass,27 It appears that police
employers and between toward to t&1 contri- According to reports, of 755 W. Ashley SU; service. Sgt. Solomon

l what dates apprentic- _1. .... the woman went to pro- had been arrested on Selected to receive Weston-while off duty
: ship was served and Organization>> s Hit test a court order a drunkness charg e Awards in honor of was standing on the
be licensed by City .' giving Roberts cus- Sunday, and has been John B. Russwurm, the corner of Beaver near
'. I of Jacksonville Listed are the institutions affected and the tody of the couple's released by the countyto founder of the country Myrtle Avenue c o n-
\ '$172.75 to $ 177.75 amount which each received from the 1960 budg: two children... Following federal agents. ,' 's first Negro versing with a friend
I bi-weekly. et. These beneficiaries will lose this money the argent, the The woman is wantedas newspaper, Freedom when a car laden with
\ Carpenter Helper should the city council plan be accepted. woman reportedly took suspect to a Journal which was published radios, televisionsets

t -. '. applicants are required Edward Waters College $50,000: Brewster:Hospital cmA".calibre_ pistol forging and cashing in New York and a high fidelity
to have some Isolation, $15OOONegro Nursery$5,000; from her purse of a U. S. Treasury City March 16, 1827 set piled :in
110knowledge and experience Negro Old Folks Home, $5000Jacksonville University and'shot' 'Roberts in check for $264 in" Al' in addition to former the back seat passed.
as helper in $100,000 St. Luke's HospitalIsolation the left side. Thomp- bany, Ga U. S. Gov. Collins were: At approximately the
trade,familiar with $45,000; St; Vincent's Hospital$11,000; son was shot in the Commissioner T.V.Ca- labor leaderA. Phil- same time, police Lt.
tools and .including Brewster Hospital,$6,600;County Veneral Clinic back while attempting shen has ordered the lip RaMolphChar George R. Branch hap-
s their use and care, $6,000; Jacksonville Humane Society, '$2,400; to crawl from the woman held under Hunter and Hamilton'Holmes pened to be cruisingin
: materials,methods,and Jacksonville Art Museum,' $11,000; Jacksonville J room. His wound was $1,000 bond pending first Negro the vicinity.Weston
practices relative to Symphony Association, $2SOONorth Florida Association slight,officers said. arrival of a warrant students to enter the, .! drew Branch's attention -
carpenter's h Iper., for Retarded Children, $5,000; Jacksonville Roberts was taken tc from Albany, Ga. University of Georgia-. 'I! to the car and
Completion of tenth Choral Society$2,100; Child Guidance Brewster Hospital,and In giving a background Wilma Rudolph, three! the lieutenant started -

grade in accredited Clinic, $10,000Jacksonville DiraiL Safety Council -. for a short time, was of her life to. gold medals winning pursuing the
school or equivalent. ; $5,000; Jacksonvile Children Museum; in fair condition. He Deputy U.S. marshalls wanen's Olympic trac .vehicle for blocks.
Salary $125.25 t o $10,000; United Service Organization, $10,000; was discharged from Wednesday, Mr s. Bass star; student sit-in Evidently suspicious,'
$130.25.It Clinic Cooperative Polu- leaders, Ezell Blair, the driver the
Mental Health ,$17,500; the hospital Thursday mentioned serving a .
was further stated tion and Geological Survey,$3,250;County; Serv- The woman, n ow being 30sentence a t1 Jr., Franklin McCain; I car at Kingston and
that applicants must ice-Officer, $16,000 and Civil Defense Council held in county Jail city prison farm hereon Joseph McNelll and i Carrie streets and
be bona fide: residents &6.000. e .. under an assault with a shoplifting charge David Ricbmorxl,all of I sped, away on foot.The
of Duval County and .,. --.p ,, .- Lu.. A".L'-'
; shall not'exceed 41 z, charge is under She also stated that College. : learned, had been
years of age.Deadline during the same year, Also Kentucky's Gov :. stolen Monday from &
..for filing of applications -*. she wa s fined $75 in Bert Combs and Lt. San Marco, Blvd appliance -
is bow.Registration Gov Wilson Wyatt and '
Tuesday Co Oh
..' Albany for shootingher yes,
April 4 at 5 p.m. at Drive. husband. The bul: Dr. James Nabritt, I! the car had also been
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let scratchedhim president HowarjlUniversity stolen.Int.rnship.
Room BeAnnounced. only
1 '+-11Court -,Duval County. For Voters To .
House she said*
This year's awardees
4 ..... : Buy CovnfionDeniea' were selected by the

:Anniversary CONVICTED FOR"mNSLAUBTTER-In ,separate Crini- TAMPA,-Dewey Richardson Review association's publi ,

nal Court trials Tuesday, Rutha Mae Dorseyleft ,state 'chairman of affairs committee TALLAHASSEE-Annette
,.... ; ( ) of Odessa St received the office
TALLAHASSEEYea r- 752 an 18 months the Democratic'Voters :TALLAHASSEE; Death through o Madison, "MiSB FAMU
prison sentence for the fatal stabbing last League said h met sentence for Robert its chairmanFrank L.
long. plans are being. for the current school
formulated for the di-- Nor 26 of Joe Henry Buckner, 50, of the: same :last week with Negro Lee Jefferson who was Stanley: editor-pub yearis now an inter-
: amend Anniversary: celebration address. Samuel Lee Flood, 49, of 2299 Calvi n political leaders todiscuss 7 convicted for first- Usher of the Louisville ship teacher Bathe-
=1 / at Florida St. was found guilty for the last Jan.21 shot registration degree murder in Bay (Ky.) Journalfor matics atDillard High

'.;'; A. an d M* University .gun slaying of Jiflade Lee Sanders, 38, of 2306 of 150,000 before the 'County was upheld outstanding services School: Fort lauderdale -'

,>.., in. 1962.. Calvin. St. Judge A* Lloyd layton deferred sen- first primaries o f March 24 by the State rendered duringthe : Fla < ty,

".-...;.; < tencing of.. -Flood until the week end :.1962. *.-- ... '....4 Supreme Court _., year, 1960. *''.4 4 V .,. v
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rILAif Politics As Usual


< NEWS .
-h b.t 14 'tit ,. v;r N' i 1 >, ,
:'Published Jby The' Florida,,8Ur Publishing Co.. Washington _D. C. edged a little closer to
.. "Member of Associated Negro Press"* Home Rule and full citizenship for its voteless

t k : residents when 30 states approved a ,proposed
ERIC O. SIMPSON........?..,....... ........_..i.!... .......Menacing' Editor ; amendment to, give the people in the district

ALYSON. E. .WISE.. .............::...?................:..................News Editor of Columbia the right :to vote in presidential

HILDA WOOTEN...._.......,...?............_.......:.....Circulation Manager- r. elections. Eight :more are required to get the

necessary two thirds for ratification.
You can help by
2323 Moncrief Road.N.......................Phon ELgIn 4-6782 writing to the governors Rhode IslandGovJohnNotter

of the remaining ,Jr.,Providence.
Mailing Address:
r. states their South Carolina: Gov.
P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida urging .
t. S support in the legislatures Ernest Hollings,

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4 1 tITLrE Howard
FLORIDA'STAR-P. O.Box. 561- A K80N.VILLE' FLORIDA .MERIC Bryant, 'TallahasseeIllinois .
M' Gov Otto Edmondson, Oklahoma

THE FLORIDA STAR t STANDS' FOR: WHITE Kerner, Springfield. City.

1. City and County Civil Service Jobs RACE Kansas! Gov. John Iowa:Gov.Normal Erbe a

2. Negro Road Patrolmen : PREHAC'K AndersonJr, Topeka. Des Moines. _
: 'L Most of0 1" -1
MissouriGov.John M.
3* Negro Rremen : "
t/wft '
4. More Negro Police Officers .,HATRED Dalton,Jeffer8Cn City. the state -' 'j

5. More Squad Cars for Negro Policemen RACE:, .JIM CROW Nebraska:Gov. Frank legisla- 'I

-U H A tRED 0IGOTRY Morrison, Lincoln. .t uree will;. jadjourn'

Lillian Smith, Calls ForActipn Wesley New Hampshire Powell,Concord: Gov by April E 1{

.. North Carolina: Gov. 1. The tl, .

Teenage S/f-/n '.,.r!J.... ..(' r s .' S Terry SandfbrdRaleii. Alabama. ;..0.;

:e.. .. OhioGov.Michael Di- le gis1a- ; .
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ture will
ra. ,
Famous southern author Lillian Smith today ., ., .,,- .", '''" ...:. .....' :.',;., ";?"i:'"''' : 'jt : : "" :?.... Salle, Coluabus. ..t '
pleaded with the nation teenagers to take c.Th .' .:t } PjU2.5 S' T jot.-.. .f'.tt'"iI9;;;., :.7 ;#'.-:;.'._'. not until meet- _
an active part in the sit-in 'movement
From her rustic mountin-top home in Clayton, 'John Patterson has

Georgia, Hiss Smith, author of many books 'including w already advised that
the controversial Strange Fruit "
he will not recommendthe
called upon America's young people to answer Your Weekly
the challenge of In : amendment for
integration. an "
the forthcoming Issue[ Datebook Magazine, ;, ;:< Horoscope Guide favorable action. The

a publication for teenagers on sale April 6, ,. ,. legislatures of Ken-

Miss Smith states: "Segregation or apartheidor *, 1:.' ,: ;. WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR tucky, M Mississippi,

caste-these are words that just don't fit "'\::.... > BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL will Louisiana not meet aid Virginia until
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into the mid20th.century.. The sooner we discard -
them and what make believe the next year.
they us By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERABIES Latest Census Bureau
show that the
According Miss Smithit is up to America's quarter. An error of figures

teenagers to take the lead. "It is your obli- You seem to have for you. Should love omission, as well as U.S. Negro populationgrew
gation to help change things in as nonviolenta Born March 21st Thru April 20th chance on your side enter your life on coantisaion,could leave by an since-

way as is possible. Your world is in the when you are after the 9th, it may be you baffled' and frus- 25 percent

future. Still unmade. You as a teenager will There are so many good returns f ion your manifested more in the trated on the 13th- 1950 while the over- t

help create that world. Everything you do or favorable planetary vocational or business form of respect and 14th. Heavy responsi- all rate of growthfor

fail to do, everything you think or shy off aspects operating in endeavors. The whole enduring loyalty. Unusual bilities seem to be the same periodwas

from thinking, will give quality to this new your favor, that it period from the 9th d e v e lopnents weighing on your mind, less than 20 per-

world or it will take quality away would be a pity to thru 12th may b e that stem from past and they will not be cent.The most notable

"A call has gone out: We need the young and fail to benefit from classed as highly favorable endeavors, or charitable lessened if have thing in the reportwas
the bravel Are you going to answer it?" them. The 9th offers for cooperative acts, may place difficulties within the: heavy exodus

In the Datebook article,Mies Smith tells how romance, excitement, enterprises your economy: on a home. out of the South of

she came to question the patterns of segregation material gain or an fitable undertakings; more s at:is factory your 4-20-55-16-35-425 own Negroes. Mississippialone

'under which she was raised. "% never saw exciting new friend. and the raising of basis on the 9th and lost 70, 0 0 0

a lynching," she says, "although I know they The Hth-12th are the funds for expansion llth.Your own gainful SAGITTARIUS Negroes in the past

happened. I never saw a white man strike a other days when the projects. The wrong endeavors are in a Born Nov. 23rd Thru Dec. 21st 10 years, making true

Negro. But I saw arrogance. I saw rudeness. I full significance of personal attitudes fair way to bring a- that popular saying:
There markers that
saw what I long ago named Spiritual Iqnchinghumiliationaindignities.SoI your opportunities emotional complications bout the ideal security "Mississippi is a good
to the future
be point
disclosedenabling to be from/"The
asked questions, could make conditions that
All kinds. How could you believe in freedom you, to exploit them things difficult, or are so essential to where greater fulfillment total Negro population

for yourself and not for others?How could you to the 11mitThe spot- entail 'rather perplex- peace of mind ((12th). and spiritual development of the U.S.is now set

believe in both democracy and segregation? light is scheduled to ing consequences.270441738'Zl4. 5-30-99-14-76-539 may be discovered at 18,871,$31.an increase -
be the Suggestions
after ,
on you ran15,042,286
"And I began to see something scaredme.Itwes
this: when I acted like a 'white person' by 16th.Be at your best LIBRA opportunities and in 1950.
380111852381TAURUS Born Sept. 24th Thru Oct. 23rd flashes of inspirationhave
these done to AFL-CIO COUNCIL
accepting wrongs Negroes, I LEO the solid backing
wasn't acting like a human being. I began to Even if you cannot GALES FOR FEPC }
Born July 24th Thru August 23rd of an array of signi-
see that segregation injured me, too, because discard the counsels
Born April 21st Thru Slay 21tt ficant planetary con-
the custom, the prejudice, the laws, wouldn't You seem to be fully given you for the from the Meeting at Bal Har- 2
This should be borFla.the AFL-CIO
allow to be decentas kindas I a to first quarteryou can
me as just as equipped see thru 12th. You g
honestly wanted' to be. I didn't feel free in more exciting. week in through s ubterfugesand look forward to a much 9th also arrive at good may Executive Council S
called the 87th
our segregated culture. I felt that Itoowas many waysjparticularly misrepresentation more fulfilling week. decision that could upon f

in bondage. I was a kind of slave to the past. If you have cooperated through your o wn You need not have any add prestige alongwith Congress to enact at

"So, I chose freedom and the responsibility fully with the daily powers of perception. qualms about pressing the success which you the "earliest pos
sible time"a federal
that goes along with it. But choosing is not circumstances as they Everything should go your suit, if you are'free chalk up on the 12th.
enough. We need to act out our beliefs and ariae.You may benefit your way from the 9th of previous engagements 3-90-44-19-51-394 Fair Employment.Practices bio

values. The hardest part is just before you from all the breaks thru 12th,if you fol- or attachments Act. P

do it. You have to break through your: own that should come in low this course with .on the 9th tllth CAPRICODN The Council state- :

silence,,. crash your own passiveness" Pairs, from the 9th complete confidence, and 12th. Watch out on Born Dec.. 22nd Thru Jan.. 20th ment said the "na

In the Datebook article, Hiss Smith suggests thru the 2thto bring that it is, the right the 13th14th if you Chance should supply tions number one an
that teenagers should investigate all the important personal or and only one. Do not are acting contrary to with the tools moral problem is the t li
types of organizations working in the area of wordly projects to a be swayed by negative the principles previously and means to reinforce denial of full civil i I

integration and then choose the group which successful conclusion. forces, whether they outlined con- rights to all of its i
suits them best. And act She recommends The 13th is the one are created 'by othersor tention and monetaryloss your position to people." It pointedout
that it could
starting in your own church, if it segregates day 'when you could your own inner may be your only become impregnable. that Negroes con-

And Hiss Smith stresses the fact that letters spoil everything by fears ((13th-14th). rewards. .. You should not let stitute 10 percent of pour

count in showing officials how the. p eopl e saying too much, or 2-60-33-15-97-263 850771348857SCORPIO any grass grow under labor force;. but
constitute 20
really feel trying to swim againstthe they
VIRGO feet from the of the
your percent unem-
"Make this a rule Hiss Smith "Don't tide. x
says ,
[Born August 24 Thru Sept. 23rd Born Oct., 24th Thru Nov. 22nd 9th thru 12th, when a ployed.
let a week go by without doing s o m e t hing 6-10-33-12-4l-
positive about breaking barriers between the This is the kind of Your chances of gain whole series of splendid i

races. Write a letter, talk with a friendsend GEMINI a week when you can ing the eye of the one' opportunity aspects -
word action Born May 22nd Thru June 21st rely more on those who can boost you, or are unfoldingin
money* Hake a protest by or problems or difficulties
There may be no lack I who are attached to give you profitable your favor Pause troubled

of people and pastimes you,as well as on what employment, are much from the 13th onwhen that the first
'to furnish you chance decides to do better during this rivalry and lack of you during

+ I"Boys'Clubsit Block Drift To Juvenile: Crime with the stimulation teazarork could make quarter may reappear*

L by J. Edgar Hoover, FBI Director your mind requires Man's Days Are Nvmbwecf" your progress toot under on a different the 13th.
for ccapletehardness. rugged, or even impossible ,
One of the matt serious problems confronting America today is MiM nothing from the Health and Fortune 'Can Be Yours 7-20-88-12-23-728
youthful criminality. Our young people will in a few short yean 140661782146AQUARIUS
C-* taking erer the' rein of leadership, but if juvenile crime continues 9th thru 12th when When You Know your.Lucky Days, Lucky PISCES
at its current pace, a because they have nothing. to do opportunities are Colors Etc. Bern Feb. 20th Thra March 20th
neat portion of this foundation in their spare time. Through interesting likely to take different
W. are building will be eroded. and constructive programs Born Jan. %lIt Thru Feb. 19th This should be the
Sinse 1H8, arreeta of persons ,the Boys'Clubs endeavor forms and appear '' Send $2.00 for your like to best period for 'gain
Yon often
under the age' of 18 hare doubled. to fill otherwise wastedjtime withaethitles in many placesat Horoscope Guide For ful occupations, thepurchase
of the 10 to tell others what they
while the,population which help' to build once The''warning {.,
17 age group has increased byi3oly their moral.character.Certalnly against imperilingJOur April should do.but it set of essentials'
half. Clubs of shouldbe and the deployment ,of
one the Boys' as if this role
From th early begiaabjff of America merit the wholehearted solvency' 'o r : Fill in the blank below and sail to. reversed for the unusual skillsChange
the firrt Boys' Club, lsd support of all responsible oiticens. eaotion&l tranquillity ZODIAC Post Office Box 561
In 1MO in BatfOfd.Couth etlenf, ,- time being You are Jobs when you have
,Boys' dubs of America has is repeated on the Jacksonville 1, Florida more likely to recog- absolute guaranties
trtmeadous work in Now in ftt"second eeatary of I3th-14th vhanyou are .
bees doing will
these basic that income
nise your
the 'field -Juvemifc ... i** service to boys the Boys'clubs most 'susceptible to I i '. N_ .
wntloD.l'kas'Uwmya .*tieedSThand of America movement was truths from the 9th gain rather than suffer -

to tile....,. in.*.*'of launched 1860 when at a Hartford group.,.of Cesa ladies. Ifl pressure. Street '.' thru 12th when you thereby ((10th)?'Ib.

halP'and'Ma Ii- MiasUK to founded "The Dtthaway Boys 9-30.22-19-29-332 should be respondingto nth and 12th are
tha 014 dJI"tMt"u oaaaoLDreY Club.1"There are BOW sera than :at'Birth i
Dace ideal days. _
of splendid
ttoa is..etk s pound 575 Boys'dabs in some 400 i :CANCH& ] planetary
drift in. -. communities. Hostn Dq '-'
,- May yoragbeys Bent im* Xtod,ahsb 2fed vibrations.One of the 4-70-22-18-94-472
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: THE FLORIDA' lord.. Saturday, April 1, 1961 '

-gid.; Club
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L S Met Recently 1.II iHrs.
S .Juanita William

By Louise Guinyard t wa hostess to the .
1 T.p SS Clasale Lassie Bridge
Happy Easter !eeingis! in thehis dub in'a recent

ia true whether you are 'looking i > meeting. During the .
; at xa the reverent or the sore light-: !!. kmY business session Hra.

r it of.vi_,. It is a tines for gladto : .' W d 'bV Geneva H'end' reoDMm.
i ., c
V 4 r si
Joan Spaulding, and

n. ,f.+ Easter is a time for children.The r Mrs.Minnie L.Gadling
t g jlorfrilness and newness of many of i _s were welcomed into

th s that they will don will be sure to the clubMrs.Graylan

orBr anything the grown-up set can asa r 4i 4 Lesene was guest of
br coupled with their youthfulness, the 'club.Arter .

tY so symbolic of ,spring aid the EasterS : i4ir4 several rounds i
tching: a parade of children on Easters V i : of bridge and a 1

|like viewing a motile garden of Plow delicious repast

P. ported sizes and colors, if you can & : i11r prizes were won by

,:h a beautiful aight.we 4 Mrs.Margaret Mathis
cannot ignore the adults entirely Mrs.Sarah Wrightand

f ter parade is sure to shower hats- MrsGrace Sykes consolation -
p ring. .Guest Prize
* was won by Mrs.Gray-

>rme T. Russell was hostess when \t 5V Ian Lesene
fof the Smart Set Bridge Club assembledatHdncoln Members presort were

C Golf and Country Club last : Mrs. Geneva HemMre.Marga.ret ,

c S evening Mathis,
sabeth Simons, Mrs.Janet Johnson, nd Mrs. Dorothy Oliver,

en Toney were visiting players, with Mrs Joan Spaulding,

tt er winning the guest prize. Mrs.Margaret Starkee,

oan Spaulding and Mrs.Charlotte Stewart -........._ r ..-_,_ ='- c Mrs.Grace SykesMrs.
w >ng winners of club prizes Helen Toney, M rs.

of the club participating in the Carolyn W.Washingtcn,
HOMEROOM MOTHER CORONATION at Oakland Elementary School under sponsorship of the iJusti-
included Mrs. Stew: art, Mre.3pavlding, Mrs.Juanita William,
M. lomasina .Ing ram,Mrs. Vivian Holmes,Mrs. tution's PTA climaxed another successful annual project recently. Competition among the Mrs.Sarah Wright,and
various candidates was keen and spirited, and the event was highlighted with Mrs. Mildred
La lard, Mrs. Gloria Brooks, Mrs. Louise Mrs.Alveta Allen.BIRTHS.
f ;+[ and Mrs. Elizabeth Downing. Forehand receiving the laurels as the school's Homeroom Mother of 1961. Principals standing -

* from left are: Miss. C. Oree, instructor and her homeroom motherMrs.Paul. Fieldethlydplace

h 'were several noted visitors in the city winner; Mrs. Mary Dempsey, (Homeroom Mother of 1960);Mrs. Mildred Forehand and Mrs.

the past weekand although the primaryte Eva Rpsier, the winning homeroom teacher; and Mrs. Hattie Armstrong, second place winner.
of their visit was of a business na- .I Births at Brewster HospitalMr.

they added much to the social atmosphere. Bells Easter
Wedding CantataAt Mf. Sinai's Easter
/ I er to the ,group comprising the reviewing Cantata and Mrs. Warner

w ttee of the Southern Association of Col- APPLICATIONS FOB Central CM E Annual"Day Sunday At Baxter, 2700 Begonia
leg and Secondary Schools, here for the MARRIAGE LICENSES Road, Boy.
ev ition of Northwestern High School. The Celestial Choir Bethel BaptistIn Mr and Mrs. Johnnie
ThjrJaml West Edgewood Avenue home of Mr.and Mrs. Paul Simmons, '1562 Spearing of Central CME Church April 13thThe Jones,3350 Ardisia Rd,
SL, 56 and
Mary Brown, 1360 W.
Schell was the setting for a party hon- 21st St 28. will present the Can- a setting of Girl.
r the group. Robt tata"Calvary" Easter Women's Auxiliary I candlelight ,and alighted Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel

Attending the affair weretDr.Hichard V.Moore man Rd.,Towns 45 and, Geraldine Sr., 5563 Baker Burg-, I I Sunday at 7 p.m. in of Mt. Sinai Baptist i I. cross,the com Taylor, 2613 Bunche

\:president of Bethune-Cookman CollegeDaytona, 5563 Burgman Rd., 37. the auditorium. The Church present their bined choruses o f Drive, Boy.
IBeafchj Mrs. Maybelle+ Braddock, Hampton Junior James L. Mercer 1650 Tylor cantata was writtenby annual Calendar Tea Bethel Institutional Mr. and Mrs Alfonso

[College OcalajMrs.Carrie P.DavisFlorida A&M 714 St, W.27 and 4th St.Jacqueline, 18. E. Hoxen, Henry Wessel. Sunday, April 9 at Baptist Church will: Timmons, 741 C. VenusCt.

University, Mrs. 'Minnie Fields, State Department Moses Forest, 1520 Powhatton Appearing in featured :3 p.m.in the basementof present "The Seven ., Girl.
of EducationDr. C.G.MarquessFloridaA5cM St.* 81 and Corine Hicks, 1520 roles will: be Mrs. the church. Last Words of Christ Mr. and Mrs. Earnest
[University Miss Frances ThomaaState Depart- Powhatton Sty 67. Easter Sunday evening
FrankLe Handy, Mrs. Monthly chairmen include Govan,1439 W.2nd ,
[ment of Education, and Hansel Took, Florida Frank James, 1532 E. 25th St., Juanita Wyatt Mrs. : Mrs. Remizer beginning at 7: p. m. Boy.
22 and Annette ,
,L. Smith, 1322 E. in the church aud-
\&M University, all of Tallahassee Jam ea 26th St 17. Rachel Malloy, Mrs. Brown, January; Mrs. ,itorium. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L
:Gardner, Suwanee Junior College Madiaon;Mrs.hannye Robt Walker,' 1023 Franklin Vetrice WilliamsMiss Addie Ruff, February; Robinson,1475 W. 27th
St., 24 and Mary A. Oglesby, 1870 This sacred cantataby
School Eunice Coker Edward Mrs.ViOla
? Huger, Campbell High Daytona3e W. 5th St 19. HayesMarch Theodore Dubois Street, Boy.
ch; Dean James A. EsPY',Mrs. Bernice Green, Robt. L. Dobson, 1425 Ever- Baety, and Rev. D. W*. Mrs.M.K.Gibson,April; will be Mr. and Mrs. Noble
Mr. and Mrs. W. Edward Henderson, Julian Walton green Ave., 26"and Erma L. Tay- Bass.Mrs. Etta Brooks May,Mrs. H.S.Jackson; sung by a Dukes,805 W.Duval St.
A Mrs. Susye PierceMrs.Evelyn Hug}; esMrs. lor, 2604 McCoy's Blvd., 22. will: serve as narra June, Miss Lula Mae thirtyseven voice Girl.
.Nelson R. McCray 1170 ,Jen- choir.
Appearing as
Josephine Cleveland Mrs. Leole Powell Mrs. tor. Roundtree Mrs.Gertnide Lee
nings St 20 a nd Dorothy J. soloists will: be John Mr.and
Louise Wash Joseph Jackson, Joseph Bostick, Richardson, P.O. Box 204, 'Law- Mrs. D. W. Bass will: Brooks,JulyMrs. E.M. M Wilson, 1423 W. Union
Mrs. Hortense W. Gray,James Lewis, ,Mrs. Janet tey Fla., 20.Clarence serve as organist.The Pierce, August; Mrs. Wright, Rudolph c- Street, Girl.
Johnson, Joseph Paige, Robert Knightand J.H.prgrett. 'Washington, 1208 W. group is under the direction Roberta Dean, Septem- Kissack, ,Herbert Put- Mr. and Mrs. Renzer
4th St., 41 and Louise Gates, 1184 man and William
f Ernest berOctoberMrs.El1zaShaI'PeJNovember ,
W. 22nd St., 28. o Streets. BellSr., 5736 Cleveland -
* Freeman Brintley, 1558 West Wyatt. :' Mrs. Road, Boy.
1 The Cotillion Whist Club, made up of a group 26th St., 28 and Janie L. Morri Invitations have beenExtended Classie Long,and Mrs. Mrs.Lillian Robinsonis Mr. and Mrs. James

of very fashionable women,was lavishly entertained son Wm.; 1558 Boston W. 26th, Jr.St., 2510, 28.SummitSt tp t he pub- Etta Ruth Heard, director Johnson,704 W. Monroe

last week-end at the Lincoln Golf and 19 and Dorothy Adkins, 2508 lic to attend.Heavenly December.A _Streets Girl.
Country Club. Mrs. Carrie Parsonshostessin- Summit St., 18. varied program xDl I --- t.
vited Mrs. Alice Bo erMr8. Dorothy Pickney, AlonzoTarrant, Jr., 533 West be presented and the CASTER PHOTO SPECIAL
Church St., 38 and Charlotte
and Mrs. Gloria Parsons to substitute for absent Barnes, 26,'(No Address Given), Fire public is invited.

members at the whist tables. Mrs. Gloria Cecil Lewis 1914 McQuade St. Singers At OUTDOOR PARTIES AVERY'S PHOTO STUDIO

Parsons was the happy recipient of the guest 20 and Gladys Gaines 1977 Baldwin PROVIDE FUN FOR 1674 Kings Rd.- Next to EWC'Library
St. 17.
prize. Joe. Griffin 1512 Fla. Ave., 65 Holy
outdoors the
Members attending the meeting included Mrs. and Elizabeth Holmes, 1512 Fla. Enfertaining gives
whole family chance to
)> a help
of the M Ave. 65. Heavenly Fire
Evelyn Walker president group rs. with preparations. Dad's tradi-
Olga Higginbotham Mrs. Evie Alexander, ,Mrs. Alfred Jenkins, 19, 1945 Rut- Gospel Singers, with tional. role is tending the charcoalfire. Come Early Avoid Afternoon Rush !

Josephine Cleveland, Mrs. Dorothy Woods, Mrs. ledge Rd., and Mary Lee Bryant, well-known guest talent tice Teenage their skill daughters with cake can mixes prac-
Elvin .Roulhac Mrs Viola MonroeMrs.Marjorie 19, 5913 Briley Ave.' will program a and new salad dressings. Young
All Photos
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Isiah Mitchell 21, children sap be trusted to set the "
Gilmore Hrs. Edith WestonMrs.Hortense Brown way.Ave. and LaVerne Harris, 20 recital Monday night, table if melamine dinnerware is
and Miss Bernice Cornell. 1038 W. 23rd St April 17 in the Holy used, as it is practically un' .. INCLUDING NATURAL COLOR ...
*, Emory Norwood, 1109 Durkfce Church of the LivingGod breakable.
The Kaperettes Bridge Club met last week-end Dr. 62 and Elizabeth Powell, 1598 W. 14th St. -
1109 Durkee Dr., 63.
in the home of Mrs. Eleanor Davis,2841 Begonia Henry T. MiUert 637 1st Avt, The program will,benefit -
Road. Mrs. Evelyn Galvin was the lone guest. South; Jar. BeachTFla; ., 21 and the church's anniversary LaRose WAREHOUSE SALEBrand
Mrs Leola PowellMrs.Shellie D.Williamsand Lizzie R. Searcy. 637 1st Ave., .
South, Jax Beach, 1a..20.
Mrs. Selia B. Mitchell were high scorers for
the evening. New This Season's

Attending the meeting wereiMiss Vivian Johnson WOMEN'S Easter SHOES
Miss Estelle McTearMrs.Adell C.Pollars,
MontgomeryMrs.Vert ell F.Sionons: : -i'- WYwlw...s....w............._r n. ..W.4"""" _........114 rw.Ai,
Mrs. Mattye .nni wn-u
.,. MB AMI HOW.S.rah.*4 toy. .r..PS.oo...,10.00.
, Flowersand Mrs.Annie RBrown. ytrV
Mrs. Marion H. r +
the group welcomed the return of Miss DorothyLant. .
, Kefvfarfg Priced up to S35M LaRose
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It's a boy for Hr. and Mrs Henzer Bell of P3v SI

C.r 5736 Cleveland Road, and,we understand the V "
proud mother is doing fine,as well as the new : :. =.
2 fatafafcr
1 arrival. Off! r ria*
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( Regional meetings this week for several of Ma.tpFy

the Greek Letter organizations.
Atlanta, Georgia is the setting for members DANIILGftMHHMM IdIrt ImI

3 of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, while Alpha rL--5' V S2 1..aa
Slippers Pr. ..... ....
are Kkppa convening Alpha Sorors in Tallahassee.I and Alpha.Rii Alpha Fraters Her mother or her sister? ExtraURese AM ,

kt was Nebilio: Center and, Hrs. Helen Hart as Wis. us. .
Whether ,want the excitement of a different .. ......
1 hostess when Entre IJoua Bridge Club met : you : ..
J4air shade or want to give new life to dull or .......ea(
; ently. )Irs* Mary Mitchell and Mrs. Corinth / gray'hair...insist on thelong-lastiaghaircolor $5 IIitIdIr..w....... tIM S
R : arnett were visiting playfers ia the famous red package-Godefroy'a u4"-
Larieuse. It's easy to apply,and complete in
* one package-there'i nothing else to buy. WorttaistATOWK

!rs. Lillian Davis entertained The Gees Bridge /Z..kljm f At Csreer .i.Wfld Sf.re
.ub last week-end at the Lincoln Golf and J8LOVTLYCOLORS
try Club. -" # !fVUfY"J.z? SALES
W.Duval St.ALL
tAR/SrI.- 40
lydia Sweet, Mrs loia4Ter'T, and Mrs JBLOLUiGES
Ood.froy Mfg.Company.:uno Olive St.8t.Lou"Mo. LAY.A-WAYS
:enia.Scriven qualified for prizes. .
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CLAUDE SMITHNorthwestern 200.-----1 Lyrt ___ i-------_ vi

Claude is I S th thG

a member of the 11-1
class, BandHi-Y Club he
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of which he is secretary j y t t :ve

Young Men' s r rte
Council of which he w

is chaplain, Reporter .be
for the Bible Club A 4 t .
and is a member of the r t m.
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chorus *
at his church. W4

ANNUAL CALENDAR TEA CELEBRANTS_ large turn out of members and son, Johnny Mack, Mrs. Versie C. RobersonMrs. Izola FlemingMrs. Est:
Yf..Jl.JI.. JIt. JJL,. friends aided the Frank Brown Senior Choir of Second Baptist Roberta Hill, and Barbara Hill. Top pix right from left: Master ;He

iC Church in a most successful launching of its annual Calendar Tea Calvin Hagans, Master Chester H artsMrs.,. Stella LuclawMrs.Essie 'or ti
iCiC recently. The event, held in the colorfully decorated church basement Gressett, Mrs. Mary W. Scott,Rev.Claude BryantMrs.Georgia Bryant, I ofr -

was attractively set in a motif of linen covered s e rving Mrs. Laidea Campbell, Mrs. Daisy JohnsonMiss Cynthia Kendalland (he
i( tables centered with floral pieces, beautiful punch bowls and refreshment Regina Copeland. Second pix right from lefttMrs. Allie Roundtree, ?r8

-tciC dispensers. Principals shown in top photo left and James Tremble, Mrs. Ruth Field, Mrs. Sadie Payne, Mrs. G.C.VaughtMrs. I

standing from left are: Mrs. Annie Bell Joyner, Mrs.Susie Gaines, Fanrue Bridges, and Johnny Mack. Bottom photo right from ;ed
Mrs. Leila Thomas, Mrs. Martha Lee LoveMrs.Willie L.TainnerMrs. :left: Mrs. Queen B. Williams, Miss Jimmie L. Rodgers, Mrs. Luella -

iCit Agnes Holmes, Mrs. Jean Dants,. Master Ronald Vaught, and Master Evans, Henry White Jr., Mrs. L.L. Rodgers, Anyce Jones, and Mrs. Wn
Charles Vaught Jr. Second photo left from leftMrs.Mattie Thomas, Marie E. White. The organization's officers are: Mrs. Nellie C. I

-iCiC Mrs. Minnie Thomas, Mrs. Marie Collier, Mrs. Georgia Bryant, Mrs.G. Mitchell, president; Mrs. Laura Campbell, recording secretary Mrs.

.1 : LARRY JORDAN C. Vaught, Mrs. Nellie Mitchell, Mrs. Daisy Thomas, Mrs.Nellie Versie Roberson, financial secretary; Mrs. Nellie Bradley, treasurer t\\
Isaiah Blocker Bradbury, Mrs. Versie C. Roberson, and Mrs. Laura Campbell. Third ; Mrs. G. C. Vaught, church musical director and Charles C. \
photo left from left: Mrs. G. Cooper, Mrs.Alberta' J.WilliamsMrs.. Manuel, associate director.. i 1
iC Tribute 9tha paid to Louise Manuell, Mies Alice BrbwnGus Anderson, Mrs.Belzora Ander- (STAR STAFF PHOTO)

-K Larry, gradeatudent .
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: -JC Blocker,who .is a member I ICentral I Sf. Paul's ChoirIn

-K-K of the Honor So- Mt. Sinai Baptist I I C. M; E.'s; I Fir$t Baptist Sets Union Community Easter Mrs. M. Carter
ciety,serves as pres- Play
-K id .nt of English Club Auxiliary's: Choir Anniversary Program For Sun. Slates Services An- Easter presentation To Be HonoredChoirs y

9x<: and homeroom class. Sunday's order of Sunday's order o f ,the Crucifixion: ,
.y.-\OR'.Y"1: Sunday, April 9 Tuesday April 11 services at First services atthni.on Community will be presented by 2 and 3 of

Baptist Church, 1025 AME Church, St.Paul AME Church Emanuel Baptist: Church
rat. Sinai Baptist Jessie St., have been Beaver and Eaverson new Senior Choir Sunday will honor Mrs.Marian
Church will host the Choir 2 of will CentralCME observe announced.The streets, begin with night beginningat Carter, the church

; 30th Annual ConferenceDay Church pastor, Rev.C.B. Sunday school at 9:30 7 p.m.in the main organist, with an
UIIL. Thursday 13 its 13th anniversary Dailey will deliver a.m. with C.L. Crane, auditorium of the appreciation hour Mon-

with a day long pro- Tuesday both major sermons superintendent and churchJfyrtle Avenue dayApril :3 at 8 p.c.
gram already preparedby April 11, at 8 p. m. the 11 a. m. morning instructors in chargeto and 13th Street. in the church audi-
officers and members in the auditorium of worship and the Lord's be followed by Director of the toriun.

of the various the church. Supper which will be morning worship at presentation is AllenN. The program win feature i
organizations, Mrs. Several particjpmtsappear"on administered at 5 P Douglas Anderson M.L. Johnsondistrict will the Rev. Dailey will be deliver- Paul's music direc- choirs and talent and

president,. announced.Rev. program. Appearingwill assisted by other ing the sermon. tors. The public is the public is invited.
Warren who is a 12th be Mrs. NettieFlaggsS.O.
W. M. Hill 1. church" ministers. At The annual Easter invited.
students likes Pearson .l.
grade moderator,' and Rev. this time, the Right takes
to keep busy. He is Mrs Laura Harris, program placeat
H.H. Robinson, host Hand rot
3:30 Mrs.
affiliated: with the' Mrs.Annie Ruth Brown,
pastor.H.B. t be extended to L.M. Bell and her assistants Please Bring or Send Your
_ Debating Team, EuleneJ. Miller, statepresidentxill Mrs. D.W.BassChoirs all new members. s supervising. Church tfewf. Club Notices & Announcements
Jones Chapteof- be No.2 of Saint Thomas
National Hono .Society Baptist ChurchGrant Sunday school startsat Monologue speeches, To The FLORIDA STAR Early i
by Rev. J.C. 9:20 a. m. with dialogues solos all )
Student Council,Duval Sams and Mrs. Gladys Memorial AME Church; superintendent G_. W. in keeping with, the DEADLINE FOR NEWS. IS

Health and Safety C.Vaught,will be heard Emanuel Baptist; 'New Scott and the instructors sacredness of the occasion TUESDAY at NOON ..:v-:'.
Council and is Bethel AME and New
president 4 in ,J '..
an inspirational in charge. will be featured FLORIDA STAR ::
of his class Baptist.The
address. Reports from Choirs 1 and 2 and by the
and editor of the 1961? various young 2323 Moncrief Hi Corner 13th Sir**
departments c
Rev. Joseph Usher Boards 1 and % folk of the church.
Yearbook. will be given.Participating. Parker the Rev.San- will serve jointly -
Evening a e r
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member ford Smith, Herbert through out the day. start at 6:30 p.m.with \
churches with their Engram, .Mrs. Fannie All members of the the pastor again 1
Listento PepsiMusicQuest pastors will include: Webb and others have' Male Chorus are urgedto delivering the mes- You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get

Friday BethelSecond, Mount accepted invitations attend the Monday sage.Chorus'. ______
to C. Parham night rehearsal which LOW PRICESOn
Nib, 10:30 to 11:00 Calvary, St. Thomas,' Johnson appear.will serveas begins at 8 o'clock.. Recital

*, For Phone Requests First Cove),African Mt. AraratMt., ( Green master of cere- Tuesday night's Prayer Sunday, 8 P.M.The Your
EL' 6-0461-2 monies. Meeting begins at
Camel Little Rock Gospel Echoes will
,. Zion Hope, St.John of '. The president, Mrs. Wednesday 7 p.m. The night regular Bible be supported by some DRUG STORE IEEDS
Jacksonville.St. John of the
Mary Dennis and the .Study which' is supervised -
(Orange Park), Haunt gospel when Trade With Your
entire choir are extending by the pastor groups Neighborhood{ Drug Store'
Zion of PalatkaEver- invitationto they present recital .
an starts at '7 : Chil
green, First Baptist all to be present dren's Choir pm.rehearsal Monday night.tprillOin We Will Meet Any Prices Advertised
of Jacksonville Beach, First Born ChurchNo.
and enjoy a well if slated for 4:30'p.m. In Your Local P.peWOOD'S
St. Luke, Mt. Moriah, planned program. 2 at 1459 West
Mac edonia,Mt.Ziont St. Saturday Union Street.
John of Green Cove, MELAMINE, NOW The event is sponsored DIXIE PHARMACY
Grace and the ,host Mb. DESIGNED FOR by Sister Rosetta
Royal Crown 1302 KINGS ROAD .t MYftTU AVENUi
Sinai Baptist: Churches
Cohen and Elder F.
&rw'i.ir f.Mt Gti Women 'wishing to combine El 3-33f7-W
respectively. Bottling Company love of traditional designs with a Howard is host pastor. -W. feltor w. Ah fill All fee***' ,te.,....
practicality can now do this with
JJ_ Gt JMu..ItA Patronke 1235 SAN MARCO ILVD. today's melamine dinnerware pat Proceeds from the PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE PitLtS
I terns.Favorites such as Meissen's program will benefit
.. 9.4488 onion design'and classic Wedgwood the church anniver :
1 Star Advertisers in melamine.motifs have been'adapted ears I -

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Stof lt1eJ cal.Scholarships .. J. .,:' ... .,

hodI f s. for April 15 Chips Off The 'Blocks ,

'JACKSONVILLE April 15 is the last day one

which applications will be accepted for the i ... > "

nine Florida state scholarships for the study I.H by "jay jay 'H:

of medicine. These scholarships will be awarded ,

,.in May of this year to students, who will .
begin their professional training next fall, 'S '1 ) i( .
it was announced by !>r. Wilson T.SarderatAte* .., ".
health officer. ,- '\, -' When the Easter Bunny begins to make his
i. rounds, he will find : of the
many boys an d
Each: of the nine Florida c omm unit 1'1 0
girls absent. The whole hassle took
will, off and
scholarships which is in need of
went to Miami to attend the Florida .State
allow to $1,000'I I '
up his services, ''- 4
Teachers meet. Kids had a welcome three-d
annually, or a total ed Dr. Sowier. "Areas'' pva-
cation. As to
whether or not tie time out for
of $4,000 for: the i of need are now defined .
the meet is worth the knowledge cur dear little
:four years requiredfor I as those counties j '?
I + fj darlings will miss is debateable.One thing for
graduation having more than. '
'I certain, the revenue in all of the nite spots
medical school. The 2,500 people per med- in Miami will' triple. Speaking of a cut and
nine students to be
ical doctorbelow the
awarded scholarships r 1H/! dried meeting, the teachers meeting is one.
age of sixty-fiveand ; Tis simple matter
will be selected by the a of listening to reports of
an adrlsCl7committee agricultural area committees and adopting resolutions art listen

under the chairmanship I surrounding I chobee.This includes
of Dr.Melvin M.Simmons : ,. On the local frontmembers of the NAACP Youth
four Florida.
I of Sarasota, thirty- -ate. Council stepped up their "Stay from Downtown
and composed of five counties," Dr. Sowder FAMED CIVIL RIGHTS leader, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was entertainedby program". Negro Jaxons are paying scant atten-
stated. .
prominent Florida local friends and supporters in the home of Isadore Singleton tion to their pleas and are making the cash

physicians and the To be eligible student for ,a following his recent address before several thousand persons in Mt.; registers ring. The shopping centers are makinga

deans of the must have been .
two medical colleges, and citizen a resident of- King, Frank Hampton, and Isadore Singleton, host. town is Sun Discount City. Customers of all
the announcement races are made welcome at both stores.The dol-
Florida for five ||MBBBHBMHBB1BHiB V" *HK'
said. lar is king there, prejudice is dead.
years, and have been 3 Polk County Final Rites Held
The Leg i slature accepted Br admission Deaths and'Funeral.MIIDYLe Sol Weston proved that good officers are always
created state medical by an accredited Schools To Get For Jasper Pittman alert. The other night he talking with

t scholarships in 1955 school of medicine.He one of his superiors when a suspicious lookingcar
for two stated purposes must furnish evidence : Air Conditioning 1 If' """' '_ .; _" -- ,.,,,.#". e Wesley of passed. Sol called the officer's attentionto

first, to assist that he is in need of I 5= ,.Orange Park.BIACHSHEARAaron. the car and he gave chase.Result,the driver
deserving Flor- financial assistance. of fled leaving the stolen car abandoned and full
WINTER HAVEN---Three .,rter u.
ida students who aspire Qualified studentswho schools in Winter 1430 W. 10th St.HTJNT..Stephen of loot. Of course the dailies all praised the

to study med- wish to make application Negro Haven of 342 vigilant white officer.
'icinebut are unable ibr scholarships Mulberry b r Spruce St.PITT1iA13Jasper. Elcee R. Lucas has returned from Atlanta. He
and Haines
to do so because of my obtain forms favored City received ,Ica d=1r of 1D95 and his legal cohort made a business trip to

the lack of financialresourcessecond and additional information sideration for con-installation W. 12th St.SCARLEfTMrs.Mary. ? the center of progress. Lucas reports that he

to :fran the State of air of made purchases that when they arrive will give
encourage w e 11- Board of Health, Box con- 2097 Broadway St.SHEPPABDDelma him the most modern print shop in the state
trained ditioning systemsacI Allen owned by Negroes.
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Jacksonville 1
to vote
sicians to establish the announcement con- the cording Iblk County a school by I ,of 1415 McConihe St. Over the week-end most of the spats wJLU be

their practice in. cluded. board Mar. 24.Camniasioner. MALCODC-James: Henry jumping. The Ribault Supper Club is.,- swinging.
those areas of Flor- Austin' 4 of 857 Franklin St.FEIDERMrs.Minnie. Walter Grisby is holding fbrth on' the organ.
ida that do not now + STh8 of Behind the counter Genie Caldwell is presiding
: Race Jr. said this
have adequate medical ST AHiJ A St. ,Augustine. 'over the register. Up the street CoasttoCoastJones
would result
services. : higher KDQtfAI-Edgar of 6017' is planning an Easter Sunday Buffet. He

"Each student who 1 appropriations from Carnation 'Rd.GEISEYMrs. is urging folk to dress up and come out for
From the state based
receives a four-year the upon Irene F. dinner. Curtis Taylor is holding a flock-of
better attendance anda
scholarship agrees ,best-seller JASPER of Picolata. small Easter egg hunts for the small fry., The
that following the ,Tin saving of $5,000,I ...Passing Mourned COLLINS-Mrs. Elizabeth Country Club grounds are always popular duringthe
completion of his Call Girl" per year would n o Palmer of 2061 Easter week-end.
Funeral services for .
by Dr.Harold. doubt for increased
professional train- ,, pay construction, i Jasper Pittman were McQuade St.JONESMrs.Della. Flash- Brewester Hospital has Just purchasedthe
I ing he will practice GreenwaldELEANOR 1 held Thursday afternoon Law-. palatial Jefferson: Street home of the former -
for five years in a J _costs. I in Ebenezer son of 1962 W.9th St. Mrs. A. L. Lewis. Mrs.Levis' home 'w known

'BOYS Methodist Church,Rev. STRIGGLES-Mrs.Hattie for its lovely furnishings and beautiful garden.
"MEMIER'S ii'th .J.6.F.Williamspastor'officiating.Interment of Deland. The furnishings are to be sold at a rummage

EARN MORE WILLIAMS-Henry of 435 sale to help raise money for the hospital. Now
,was in Mt.' Olive Cem- Pine St.Green Cove for the juicy part: of the story. "De" say thata
CAM etary. Springs. switch was made on"some of .furniture.The
Meat Market ADULTS ONLY ,
'vs Possessor of a genial HILL-Mrs. Gallic of articles to be sold are not the original fur-

personalityMr. Pitt- 912 W. Monroe St. nishings. Rumor has it that something ain't
FOOT OF WEST : SELLING : manta wide circle of SCOTT-Ruben of 1423 right.

BEAVER ST. VIADUCTPOCK The Florida. Star friends included the 'W. 26th St. Marvyne Betsch and little brother John Thomasare
'" CHARLTON a 4B94SSBSB> Hl* HMM jBj- B.'BlMSHR"vMMBM:- entire Florida com- here for the Easter break. Marvyne flew in

PARKER.,HESTON; Room For Rent munity.deathMarch
CHOPS TECHNICOLOR 4 25 in Orlando shockedand First Year Book At a couple of weeks ago from Europe.

".RCKSEV. LT .SUN..TUES3 .. Single Man Pr terred. saddened his Shirley, formerly of the Bus Station Bar i s
110.for. $1.00 "--' BIG HITS 1664 West..19th Street. numerous associates.He SVHS 'Completed the new waitress at the Tropicanna. Another
'.' -.-: -, -- Call PO 85459.' was a member of .week-end addition is personable Sarah Wade.
Froth nh ADoR1 THE SLAVE : Ebenezer Methodist Fishermen-Plenty of ittity bitty and big fish
EMPRESS" ftofes For Rent Church. Copy for, the final : will be turned loose in local waters on the

Sausage 3 'Ibs. St. "ALIAS JESSIE JAMES" Nicely Furnished and Born in Tallahassee, layout of the 1961 1st. This is no April Fool's Day jokle. If you

,AND 1405 Cleveland Streetor he had. resided i n Engineert e yearbook catch one with a Schlits tag on it run to the
"REVOLT AT Fr. LARAMIE" Call EL 5-8142. Jacksonville for 23 of Stanton Vocational Schlitz dealer and collect your money. John
SPARE, RIBS, ;SKYVIEW .&UN. :- years and lived with High School was recently Harris stopped by to tell us of the details

his family at 1080 W. shipped to the last week.
3 I Iba.'SI.iOBacon3IkSlN L4I1imss RMJKS Per Rut 12th Street. He was printing house. This Dad Ashley has finally moved out of the truck
._ class. The erstwhile "Maitre-D" of 20th and
---- ---- employed as' a sales tis the initial yearbook :
Furnished and Unfurnished man for :the Jackson- published by the Myrtle is driving a Pontiac of ancient vintage.

Y 1 1 in Private ville Liquor Company.The school. a Ben Durham Sr., pulled in a monsterous dam
AND Home.Hot"& Cold Water,' Dallas Graham The colorful green last week. Dickie Robinson and Ben, Jr.caughtnothing
FrshHARES 'EL 5-6096 or EL 4..J..502 but fresh air.
"THE SWORD AND THE Funeral Hone in charge.. and white book contains -
45c Ib. DRAGON" 116 pages of : When the government gets around to lookinginto
discrimination folk with federal
: by con-
centered around :
Win $530 Cash Mon.Site copy
I the theme, "From (Thy-' tracts, we hope they take a long hard look at

bounty We have gained. the Jacksonville Terminal Ccmpany.The policies

.SEE WANTEDMcn and women who 4E1 Skill of Hand and concerning Negro employees stinks. To make bad

I L honestly desire to face their al-:; Mind." The theme is matters worse, Uncle Thomas is on the payroll,
.,"jcoholic problems. Free meetings: S taken from lines in\ and yells that everything is just, tine.
Mondays and Fridays. 7:30 P.M.Clara .. At fyer Fish Company and several other food
the school
HENS 3fc .Ib.; White Bldg.. Room 305. /&ill/J T1T cos song.
R TSI'SULESS notable feature of processing places, Aunt Thomasina is workingand

.. the book is the number the help is in a state similar to the Terminal I

II I of pages devotedto boys. "
;. l 11rTt / academic and vocational David Feacher is still holding forth around
a tivitiHot Kings Road and Whitner. He is still single and
IIU 2S the program. Pib- dodging the preacher. He and Legs Lundy seethe

Myrtle Avc and Adam* Phone EL 4 1-3C* toria ,pages will take Czars of the corner.
the reader through allot Our sympathy is; ezteaded; to the family o f
MEDIUM MULLET .:... .rh. 25e"Frottn the various shops Jasper "Biscuit" Pittaan.Biscuit was a pioneer

Whit. MULLET ROE.Lb.>> 39cFrextn WHEN YOU ABE ILL and classrooms. Activities ,jBalesaan in this area. During his youth 1)evas

Yellow MULLET get You Seek The Best Doctor of the out- an outstanding baseball player.He passed while
When Your Doctor Prescribes: lying centers in the In Orlando on business
L SHEEPNOSE .: /..Lb. 32*, Get Experienced Phsrmidcls evening program i s, The interior of the Enquire has been redeco-

i.ACK'SEA.ASS .'.Lb.ttc: To Fill Your Prescnptioe also depicted. rated. J. D. Brooks and his staff have much

r 1.L RED -.uS-For Bakfn*. : ... .Lk 35c According To' Your Doctor' The 1961 Engineer is prettier aU1l'Oondh'll.
I Orders. We Use Only : indeed pictorial proof: Easter Monday: boat races will be held at New
t SPANISH MACKIRCL ; .. .Lb. 35c Tfe Best .*. :11!'
rolling *. Quality Drag of the fact that Stan- Berlin. A tree fish fry will be held for all

,I_ Fresh FLOUNDER-rushad from" Portsmouth. Lb. 45cGtftyffl Dr. C. E. BlaekProprietor : ton Vocational High participants in the activities. The event is
RED SNAPPER ... 55c ,School is Duval County ,sponsored by the New Berlin Outboard Club.
3 ,REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE 'YOULILLY'S '. most Have you seen,my wife? If you haven't try the
SPECKLED, TROUT .... .. .. .... .. :49..e\ .'. unique and Pals this week-e 1.Pipeat will be on hand to

KINGFISH. STEAKS ... .. .: e. ....u, 49s DRUG STORE complete educational talk trash. Pig is one of a vanishing breed.He
......... ,. '.
Nr T41
.akkW.1IJI1' AIeInt ru wf 'pro&Tam. It is a product -
is one of the of the real comedians of ourUncle
t \ MANGO'.SNAPPtR--from Evfrrfirfw. ... .Lb.' 49e J.Ib7''Kteg* .... m.11I7I... of the combined grot1). 1 .
SNAPPER FILLETS .. ......,.. .-.u.. 65. C...aa fliMntr Goodb CmMe! :. 1.11.... efforts, of the total' Weldon T. Hinton is back on the scene.

L___ FROZEN'SHAD'IOI. ., .. S**'. 55c PRESCRIPTIONS, ,. CALLED, FOR.. AND DELIVERED ,. pe'adult Ii'jn, and the vocational county has-turned his" looses- '

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:+ SIx '- THE FLORIDA.STAR --- -- Saturday, April 1, 1961
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U. S. Court Orders; Escambia Anderson Host < ---.--rJF f -. Stanton Vocational' Joint
School PlanTAUAHASSEfrU.S.District Band Festival -. Musical Program
Desegregation LL z i Ii I April 3
Principal Cheater R. !

Court Judge HarroldCarswell Cowart of Douglan Anderson Leroy B. Jackson, principal-director of Stanton -

March 17 ordered the Escambia County Jr.-Sr. Hi&hSchool ,Vdcational High School announced that the

School Board to file.yithin 9Q-davs an integration (Souths id e), ,...Ff school wili present its first Sprang MwicalFSctravagania '

plan for its county schools.It proudly announces that .. ;-...., on Monday night, April :3 in New
was also the school will host ".' "Stanton Senior High School. Audito1.un.Feat .
spection. the Florida State Band "i 1t_ in joint .
ulated that The plaintiffs1' i :: : a
of legal motions involved attorneys said they Festival, slated here 1. concert will be' the Former Jaxon
from .April 20th to April .t ;. Isaiah Blocker Junior
it could be plan to appeal the <
< Student WinsN.
many more months before ruling. 22nd. High School Concert

actual integregation The "Dragon" bandorder .t Band under the batonof M. HonorsA
the direction f. Mrs. Norma S.White
takes place with- .t
in the Escambia school Jaxon Serving of Mrs. Daniel Roux 1 .,. and the New' Stanton former Isaiah Blocker -
system On Meharry's appeared in Hastings : ;:;:S Senior High School school student,12-
In his order, Judge at the ,district f e s- I' Chorus under the direction year old Jackqueline VB
Carswell ruled that: Annual Program tival Sat.March 24th, of Dr. AlphaH. Scottreceived state-

the. school board had and will continue pre- :'i." ; ,, Moore. The concertis wide honors recentlywhen
been excluding Negroes paring to entertainthe c' .".._<;#" "/ under the joint she participatedin
'd F-r j ai sponsorship o f the the annual Physical
from state festival. ;
because "
schools : : I IJ
of tljeir race, : Approximately eight- i% Band Parents ClubMrs Education Clinic at

this being,' in violation teen bands, ranking Claretha Norrispresident Eastern New Mexico

of i he ruling by from "A" to "EE will and the Parent University: Portales,

the U. S. Supreme invade the city from Teachers Association, I N. M.Jackie.

Court's school deseg- districts throughoutthe iAL& Mrs. Janie Jenkins, won first

regation order:dn954. TT : state. : president.All place for her school-

Other State Counties'' H Highlight of the'Tes- : : W proceeds from the Central Junior High

It' has also been reported tival". will. be the : .. __.. concert w ill benefit School of Olamogords-

thatAsst.Atty. ; annual Ban d-O-Rama, BEST DRESSED COED-Miss Jacquelyn Shrops ire, the .instrument driveof and top honors in the

Gen. Ralph Odium at which will place all a beautiful freshman Co-ed of Langston University the Vocational oratorical c o nt e st

Jacksonville said competing bands i n langston, Oklahoma has been named as High School Band. The which was presented

that it was only a the Gator Bowl, Fri., r Best Dressed Girl on campus following a campus '"Marching Engineers" under the theme"Free

matter of time before April 21st at 7:30p.m.' wide contest. Miss Shrop hire, who hails from" under the direction Exercise for girls"

public a c hoofs in NASHVILLE.. --Jackson- Mrs. Mildred Pauline Guthrie, Oklahoma is majoring in Sociology is of Charles Maxwell, ((13-years and under).

DuvalVolusia, Hills- ville hometowner EarlT. and Joseph Johnson of the daughter of Dr. and #rs. A. C. Shropshire. were organized in October The former Blocker

borough, and other Cullins,son of Mr. DA are co-chairmen of this year.Themost school student is an

counties where suits and Mrs. George Reed, for the affair. 1961 Cancer Campaign Gets pressing need of honor student and also -
are pending will be 808 Dewitt Streetand the band at this time a member of the upper -

ordered integrated. senior medical studentat is instruments. Jack- division Seventh
Odium was fu rther Nashville's Meharry Blocker Inducts Wide Approval At KickOff son stated that he Grade.While at Blocker -

quoted as saying that Medical College, par- Jr. NHS HonoreesMrs. hopes this effort will she was presidentof
the trend of federal help solve these prob- the 7 ((9)) Homeroom
ticipated inMeharry's6th The 1961 '
Cancer Campaign got off to a rousing class.
courts from the U.S. lems.
annual S t indent
start at kickoff
Supreme Court are Research Alice Smith of a breakfast meeting held in The following membersof
moving in the direc- Day Programon Edward Waters College the Roosevelt Hotel Wednesday March '22, a s- the Vocational High Candid RecordsTo
Wednesday 29
hundreds of
key workers gathered to hear c a m-
tion of some integration 1961. was guest speaker when School staff are in
the Blue paign leaders outline the start toward thisyear's Produce
The presentation of and Gold -, charge of the various
The Escambia County Chapter of the Junior $110,000 goal. comnittees. G"en era]. Freedom ,SuiteA
original res arch Richard L. Miller, Brooks. Many others
school National Honor Society ,
suit was filed chairmen-Leroy B.Jackson
Feb.l, I960 in behalfof papers by M e h a rrr, of Blocker Jr. general chairman of connected with the and Charles T. twenty-five minute

Negro children students give theman High School inducted the 1961 campaign cancer program were Maxwell along with Ben film "Uhurul" (means
by stressed t h point slated to attend but Freedom in Swahili)
attorneys for the National opportunity to report sixteen students re- Q Durham, Jr. assistant"principal ,
Association I and discuss the cently.The that approximately could not be present.The and W. D. now being produced by

the results of their investigative receivedits 9,000 workers will committee chair- Davis Productionsrepresents
Advancement .of Sweet of t h e evening
problems charter in canvass streets,call- men of the Eugene J. a reverse
Colored 1955
People.The school; Ads and Spon-
with students ,and and has presented formal ing on individuals, Butler Chapter are: soreC.Franklin; twist on the currently
litigants also faculty members alike. inductions' annually : house to house .and George E. Nairn, general Program Committee successful tie-in of
a ruling requiring Entitled, Hyperglycemia since that time. business to business : chairman; Frank -Charles T. Maxwell motion pictures and
the s c hool missions to Hampton special gifts music
emphasizethe ,
in Patients This seventh annual ; I Tickets-M GladysW. *
board to submit a plan with Acute Myocardial ceremony showed the necessity of giv- Mrs. Hattie I. James, Actress Ruby Dee and
for assigning teachers Infarction" the ing in fight'one of residential; WilliamFordchairmanC. Sumpter; Arrange- actor Ossie DavisMr.
ma- growth and
develope- ment-Ben Durham Jr.
as well; as pupils on the most; dreaded ; and
terial for Cullins' ment of one of the enemies Par- Publicity-Joshua W. Mrs. Davis), co-
a nonsegea : mankind. ham Johnsonco-chair-
of producers of
research paper was finest phases of the Williams and Churches "UhuruJ",
segregated acquired under the school evi- The 'theme for the manbusiness; Rev.W.F. got the idea of producing
program as Alexander Heard.
basisbut Judge Cars- crusade is' "Eearn Foster
and film
; the after
medical faculty super- denced the, careful ,
by Members of the steering
well overuled the ,.
mo- vision. Liveand the sure Willie Weston, clubs hearing the Candid
selection of the hon-
committee areAl-
way to live is to and organizationsMrs.Sybil albuaWe Insist"which
orees, the poise and learn and the Butler exander Heard, Lang
surest chair- contains "Freedom Now
dignity of the forming
I to learn man Mrs.Eleanor FranklinMrs. Dorothy Suite"
way about the Gay, by Max Roach
and the
group ela- dreaded killer co-chairman Oliver, Mi s s Arey E. and
is to professions Oscar Brown, Jr.
borate pre parations give Miller Chrispin, Mrs. KateH. The Davises
I said. andmemberships; saw in
program, and .
Graves Thomas
The Kickoff addresswas Rodell.F. Roberts and '"Freedom Now.Suitenanopportun1q
untiring services of delivered Joseph Durham, Jr., -
by Wallace Paigepublici- to producea
its s nsors. A.Tudor, of Chi- W.D. Sweet, Leroy B. film that would bea

Additional credit vice ty.Mrs.. Margaret Jackson, Charles T. visual and musical
: must be tendered to cago, presidentand Bass MaxwellMrs.ClarethaNorris
I I the administrative personnel directorof coordinator of the collaboration of our
parents, Sears Roebuck and Butler Chapter has announced president 0 f American jazz idiom
and the
the Band Par ents
Company. Tudor emphasized a kickoff and African folk
HAKES/ SKIN BLEACHES principal.This the seriousness breakfast for the ClubMrs. Janie Jen- music.Work has already
yearns event of t h
OLD of the task ahead for chapter a t Buster kinspresident e started on "Uhurul",
FASHIONED"r was by P.T.A. Richard Mc
the and the workers in the .Ford'a Saturday a t which Sidney Poitier
newspaper Bride and Joshua W.
television media-Other campaign. If the pre- noon. She is desirousof has agreed to direct.

+r, Ji, school honor society sent trend in the .upward ItL having a 100 Percent Williams.-.
clubs sent mortality rate I ; turn out of all
representatives '
lightens dark spQts and a receptionfor of cancer continues, I. Icancer'workers;j Jacksonville Needs A Negro
perfect powder the inducteesparents 45-million Americans It was also announced

bass iMrnufadorers and friends was- win 'contract the disease by Mrs. Bass that a Newspaper. Read the ""Florida Star" I

r held following the and 30 million major effort will be ___
win diefrom I .it the made b the
ceremony.The y Duval Every Week. Patronize "Star"TRAIN
young student is speaker said. County Unit and the

of Power's Bergamot,"Th. Jar with,the Star" the daughter of S g t. The work of the Eugene Butler Chapter
and Mrs. I. L. Scott American Cancer Society t.o carry to every Du-

who presently resideat through its pro. val County family
gram of education and knowledge about the
Drive, HaTloman Air research. was largely seven early signs of,
responsible for the
cancer, suggestionsfor
Force Base New Mexico.
V .
zf = "tL fact that 20 years a- early medical
Jackie 1 s the
'::;>'?-;\ : granddaughter of Mr go there were only care, and the opportunity -
i':Y ,
185,000 Americans to
zt. a- help themselves -
.. .. and Mrs Thomas F.Hal7.away .
.. live
.. ''> of Jack who had been l by contributing
sonVille. cured of cancer, while : to a great cause.

today one million The Butler Chapter :
1 goal is $8,000.TODDLERS .
Y cured persons are a-

live, Tudor told the LEARN
Mrs. 1
RooseveltJackie audience. BY EATING WITH

Gleason Among the hundredswho OLDER CHILDREN i1.TTT1jjj ___
1 A toddlers eating: ability will
attended the
1 1t kickoff
be greatly improved if he occasionally -
Support UNCF breakfast were: "eats with older children,
or his parents.
Mrs.Margaret BassCo- I

ordinator for the Eugene YOURSELF 1
New York-i eanor J.Butler Chapter; GOODSON .

Jj. Roosevelt will ask Mrs. Hattie.J:._ James,
CfeonersPICK : I For A Paying Profession
radio aadieaces
across Mrs. Etta Brooks, Joseph ...
'. t KENKNIGHT the country to sup- Paige,Frank Hamp- UP fi DELIVERY .
In 26
, pert the 1961 'United tonStephen Dorn, who ..: ''' "t I

,. .'- Invite You To Listen To"KfflGHTTRAir Negro College Fund served as chairman for TWO LOCATION "' M'M t
c paiyra. a while but gave it APPROVED FOR VETERANS TRAINING
; ,
.1 XB the oaefieappeal 1
up because he is scheduled -
recorded by to leave the city *4,56 CLEVELAND ROADloeeF0WHATTEN .' Register Now! Reguter Now Reflate Now!

Startup At 7:00 P. M. Nirfitly: Mrs. Roosevelt she ; George Nairn, ft
eafhallied the coa- chairman; C. Parhaa t. / FLORIDA UttEl COLLEGE

1400 WRHC 1400 tribacLo of Di Fs Johnson, Rod en Roberts ... : STREET- .r .
,32 Beater colleges, and Charles D.; ,PH. EL40047 Hi cork .t k.r.r St.
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IPUwaceBrave: : Face.Cili.cy.Reds Here Apris -'- 1Hy I


Prepare For ,ClassicS

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I to AiI i The Jacksonville' "Jets" management presents
I ita 1961 baseball program in motion with a
I a I' spectacular new look in Jacksonville, Baseball

Park, Wednesday afternoon, when two contenders
C. Parham Johnson #
I i .
: 'super duper exhibition contest.Game time .
JACKSONVILLE; JETS got off to a good ata 'tFriday' I _.I.L..LL_ p.m.noLn
tne craves ana ..I ..
some hefty looking prospects: -J '-'JH Red sport some of Red Legs 'in first
there tagging the old apple like they were '
I the biggest names in division this
I year.
r d-season formThey were hitting the ball !
the, f ense, tip against the fence and to I I j jI current major; league His clubas has been
I J: jI baseball, and the usual.during the past
sections of the park. The men appeared to I
in good shape physically from the way th'eyshagging clubs are managed bya several seasons has
the pair of astute several of the game's
fly ballspicking up groundipLs
like they were ready and running around PLANNING GOLDEN TRIANGLE CLASSIC- Members of the Golden Triangle strategists, Charlie most potent sluggers,
i field in easy style Classic Committee planning the second annual grid classic with Florida (Chuck) Dresser for namely,Frank Robinson,
E OF THE MOST CONGENIAL men in camp is big A&M University officials. The classic will be played: at Phillips the Wigwamites and Gus Bell, Wally Post,
11 Greengrass. Jim is one of the most popularin Field 'in Tampa Saturday nightOc ober 7,196lbetween the Florida A&H' fiery Fred Hutchinson Vada Pinson, Eddie
University Rattlers and the Lincoln (Mo ) for the Red.Lege. KascoGene Freeseand
camp and yon can bet he is going to be University; Tigers. "Figur
'avorite in Jacksonville.Baseball'fans know in the planning are H. .Partridge, A&H business manager;J.R.E. Lee fOLD HOME WEEK AURA Chico Cardenas Bob
-J can play: some outfield and hit that ball. Jr., A&M vice-president; Moses Whit coresident of the Golden Triangle Northeast Florida Purkey, Jim O'Toole,
doesn't get around like 'a former major Associates; Dr. George W. Gore Jr.president /&MC.W.Lewissecre-- fans will have an Joey Jay, Jay Hook,
guer and one who is headed back to the tary-treasurer the sponsoring organization; and Jake Gaither,head opportunity of reviving head a hoped-to-
ors. He works just as hard as any rookie football, coach and athletic director atAScM. contact with successful staff ,f

tying' for the first time to make good. (FAMtf-staff photo by Horace Jones Jr.) several former Jack- hurlers.
r&D A LONG TALK WITH GREENGRASS: and he men- -- sonville players who

.cued the big scrap book that is 'kept by his Jax Jets Sign Up -.--- ". iort v _..........,. made Class-A Sally Ex Grid Greats
[ther who. keeps :up with the .baseball activi- e ; League baseball his-
s of her son. It is the general belief. that 4 More PlayersThe .r.; ;:: fi f tory while enrouteto Cited At Hampton

e will have some fabulous items to put ine .. ..!t..., the majors, Hank
scrapbook concerning his activities with contracts centime AaronFelix Mantillaand HamptonVa., Approximately
:"Jj 25 former
e Jacksonville Jets. Jim is not only a to come into the Jack \' tt1 others.
'ecta u1ar ball player: but he is a fluent ; .. sonville"Jet s"office. h .";tN1'I TOP PITCHERS Hampton Institute
.nversationalist. It is so easy to talk to Latest acquisitions to 1 Milwaukee has two football greats returned -
d to listen to him.JOHN the"Jets!? Roster are: of baseball's win- : to their alma
mater March 18 to
: KENNEDY APPEARS to be a sure winner in WALT MATTHEWS, FIRST ningest ,itchers in on
he Jets initial practice sessions. He was BASEMAN with the'Jacksonville veteran lefty Warns participate in the
''pving around the infield like the team wasn Club last Spahn, and Law Bwv annual varsity-alumni

a pennant drive. Kennedy is a Jacksonvilleduct. year has joined the dette. Last season, football game.
several hundredhardY'
He is 'the same John Kennedy who was ranks of signees. The Spahna perrenial 20
,bbed at one time as the sure shortstop fore big 2ttfirst baseman game winner won 21-: grid enthusiastswho
Philadelphia Phillies. No one can say how who batted .261 with contests while nerv- huddled together

'fhitt.ing will hold: up, but ,as a glove man, I I 9 home 'runs last sea- RAY ROBINSON ous collected 19. against the sub-normal
to be Heis also the forward a... Men commital Their third elements saw the varsity
e seems tops. among son looking great
ippefuls and if he continues to show the stuff to a big season with moundsman is Bob Buhl unveil successful
nat he was showing the first day of practice TELLS TROUBLESIn the "Jets", under the In a recent newspaper who had 16-victories series of wing-T and
___ n't be, surprised to see John in the lineupen addition to being rel- able management of Tom release both the in '60. and split-T plays as
the Jets take field for the opening game. egated to the bottom Saffell. mother and sister of POWER STICKMENThe a trio of current Hl

Kennedy's big bat can pound out some base of the fistic ladder Some new comers to fivetimes middleweight Braves powerat quarterbacks stolethe
ts there will be no question, about remain- by Floyd Patterson's the Jacksonville Roster champ Sugar Ray the plate centers offensive show,
with the club. His glove work is superb. overhand ri it,Ingemar will be NORMAN SMITH, Robinson said "he fs around former J a x and a stellar Pirate
RUSSELL the young and dynamic generalger Johansson is also involved INFIELDER, who bats had i tand should Braves outfielder defense held. the
of the Jets was all smiles; at the waye in an income Left, throws Right quit., Ray, however, HanK Aarmwho blasted stockier, but unpracticed --
players were looking0f course it was too tax hassle with Uncle played with leT{"gtonN.e.last hasn't revealed his 40-round trippersin alumni to
,rly to ,attempt to give an opinion, but he Sam. Initial meeting season-having future plans.Keg. '60,third baseman one first, down.
eemed well pleased at the way the players with IRS was held last a good year with a Eddie Mathews with James Young, Alvin
themselves at such an early week in Miami. .299 aVerage. Rifleman '=tn },"''''...... ..TI'A A""A"" Walker
re handling batting .. *r itwtuw*0,UW0 and Jon Thomas
itage. There is one thing sure ,and. certainer SHOOTINGFor Nora is 21 years old, Rivals i I with 25 and catcherDel the 1,2and 3

every man on the field was out there some cheap, fast-action 6'1and weighs 165; Outscore Crandall, 19. quarterbacks ionI960
ustling. Nothing would please the general target.practise try small chunksof his home town is Haw TriSKEGLEdY.A.The: Dress en believesthat when HI compiled a 5-
t nag er.more than an overflow crowd on open- charcoal-briquettes are best. River, N. C. undefeated Tuskcgee last winter 2 over-all mark, each
night. They explode 'when hit. It's so Also Infielder DONA. Army ROTC Rifle, team trades will improve excelled in his turn.
much fun you'll. be out of ammo BUSH Sophomore Walker
in no time. ,a righthanderwho extended its winning infield and bull pen I'
: YOUNG HOPEFULS who are in the free agent played with Hickory, string of shoulder-to weaknesses which probably given a big opportu-
( ss were looking forward to Tuesday March Uses Stop Watch N.C. last yearhad shoulder matches to left his team nity to dislodge
That is the day when many of them were to batting average of three by defeating out of pennant con- Junior Young from the
a chance to show what they had to offer for Itch Relief .238. Don is 21,6 ft. their S. C. State tention last year. regular signal call-

10 of the prospective players: were 1 o cal Mrs.A.Z.Grade says I thoughtI weight 180 and his coiurterparta,12861256 Frank Bailing: smooth ing duties, fit his
ovs who have played: around town. They were'to would go out of my mind with homo town is Pittsburgh at OrangeburgMarch4 second base fielding coach new pattern
look forward to getting chance poison ivy itching.: Then at my Pa. near flawlessly.The 5
even friend Helens suggestion, I Top shooter for Tus- prospect fmn Detroit,
'be out there. bought Tetterine. My husband !lnallyTmY RAMONT kegee was Henry Blue Roy McMillan,and Billy foot-10, 175 P o und
RGE H. HORNE business with his base- in fun.; checked the time on.his who at gridder tossed several
) means stop watch. Well, in no time at a catcher was with a 270 individual"total. Martin should supplythe
team out in Lincoln Estates. He was the all, the itch was gone. Tetterine Burlington and Gastonia High man for' media for a passes, tallied the
i >ud possessor of several gloves,balls and isan is equally surface wonderful rash,eczema.for fast ath relief last season, S.C.State was F.Smith stronger infield, and opening touchdown on
effort to secure some bats.The youngsters lete's'foot and innocuous insect finishing: : with a with a 262. prospects of a good an option play from
working hard to supply themselves with the :supply bites: If you your send druggist 75? to cannot Shup- terrific .370 batting Other Tuakegee scores year from left fielder the alumni twobootedan

jcessary things to be well prepared to play. tnne Company,Savannah Ga. average. Terry, a big were Raymond Street, Wes C ovi ngton extra point and
he game. When they get outfitted they will .., 6'2" 195 lb. righthetderis.lziLinsing 264; Joe Hogan, 259; should plug last fed deceptively to
(sue challenges to other teams for.8 aces. Ita iVatch This down Vernon James,254; and years left field speedy halfback star
fine move :on the part of Rev. G.H.Horne. 71-29-44 Michigan good looking Samuel Jenkins,239 weaknesses. Willie Holland fbrthe
LINCOLN ESTATE TEAK will-be known as the prospect for the Sophomore Blue, of FIRST DIVISION FIRST final sixpointer
ttside Phillies.The team has already started 386-90-624 "Jets" big bat squad MaconGa.has led the Cincinnati's wily which covered 10 yards.

icticing, and now that they 'have something 9:5 Tuskegee riflemen, in Fred Hutchinson recently I Ask
actually play the game with they will .step this TOOTHACHE 6.araatssd. .&.
7 02 each event season stated that he if you cMTitt to th. IRS Jelly called
on their practice sessions.They are issuing Lincoln U. Slates scoring 256 and is' always pennant titntiit.for ran"It V*OLA Mil-JEI.thin Law, WKJ i 'wviilthts
a' that they will be ieady and all semi: 9 trade Tournament 272 in each of two minded but with first .1 iiceodt. fs
,are warned to be likewise. 14-4-39 previous matches a- 'thing '. first, hell Mliwnr' r.r.;
456-.1 0721keket1. FridQ'Apr1114- gainat Florida A&M. strive to place the or a j l j '

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