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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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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 8, 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:
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notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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Preceded by:
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his' heroic acts are Results In Buddies DeathsTwo More Charges

John Kattison, 37, of Afore For SitnTALLAHASSEEPatricia
7240 Adele Court and ; weHknown former baseball players drowned .Ralph Leslie Gibbs
Paul Jones, 20, of Y: Tuesday !morning when the boat in which they"were 22-year old Baldwinman *

from at Sisters Creek capsized.
1412 E. 15th st.,both E -.' .." who was arrestedby Stephens, who la s t
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f white. Police said Just
i /" '" citypolice- for year served 49 daysin
Mattison had gone down bodies,,' 'lIi.o'f- JessieBlackmon'Jr ; 'J the unsuccessful t'oy a Florida jail for

into the tank to makea : ., 39' t+halived gun robbery attemptat sitting-in, was today
minor repair when I at 6L71 spires: a Florida Avenue sentenced to 120 days

he was quickly over- and Lindsey Carswell, Dry Cleaning firm' for participating in

cane by fumes of the .- "C ; Jr.,42, resident of Tuesday, was selected; ... another CORE demon-
coffee liquid 2209 Mbncrief Road : ,
strong '''':- r from a police lineup stration.
had been were recovered_ by! a !
extract which Wednesday as the man ,Miss Stephens and

stored ,inside the tank, ---- ,---' Duval. -' CatOnty....-"....=."patrolickinson., ... I II. I: .who robbedanother l ', (,-Ben...Cowins'were,_:....ar?_._
Jones, seeing Matti- BORN''SIGHTLESS--Little 18-months old FavianMc'ypttan -WQ.iU- -" dry cleaning concerns rested on March 4th
son slump ,to the bot-'' of Petersburg' : is presently await W.?W. : a March 3. 1 I of this 'year while

tom of the steps went ing surgery in a St.LouisMo.: hospital what crewman of a passing sitting-in at a Neis-

to rescue him and was surgeons hope will result in givingher eye tugboat said that he .... ner lunch counter.They
also overcome by the sight. Favian, the daughter of Mrs. Margaret saw one. of the, men I. LINDSST_ CARSWELL JR. t ,wsr were charged with"dia-

McGowan was born sightless. Sponsors throughout clinging to the over- .
fmes.Elps :' : -' .., orderly proceedings.
according to the State. are setting up the Favian McGowan turned bat when the p,.." -1'1E wi- Previously that day
J.P. Branch Fund to costs. tug was passing 'it at
patrolmen defray operation members of CORE had
11 Patrol Lt.
and J. Miller, saw r n. a.m., .i staged sit-ins at both
Bill Goethe said. .
workers grouped around Believe yea McCroryfs and at
the tank, told the Surgeons Operation When Dickinson reached Sears.
the boat the man
other men, WI can't Judge Rudd sentenced .
I just stand here, I'm May Bring Sight To Baby had disappearedttxas. U fr Kiss Rudd to 60 days I

going reported.Lt. i'f or $500 and to a man-
_.. -.. BY ALISON E. WISE Goethe said that j :f;,. datory 30 day term
h.'i he was unable to determine
Lovely little Favian McGowan of Petersburg: 1 __ -=--- for the "disorderly3roceedings"charge.He
:: ..;;. ''........ is 18-months old,she's inte1l1gent,healthy,and': why the boat 1 .. RALPH LESLIE; G1BxS

.....,.......' ,, f riendl but this attractive child was born was swamped but said JESSIE BLACKMON JR. Police reported Gibes also imposed a 30 day
.. that the boat capsized
this world sight- ed the
handicapped arrived into by BlodgettHome entered the Florid sentence ibr violation
: : less. just about the time Housing Authori- Avenue establishment of probatio n :imposed '

''L. Favian is the daughter -. and sponsors throughout the tugboat pushinga Tuesday at 1:35 P. m. last year. This last J
y of Mrs. Margaret the State have barge passed by. ty.Survivors are: Tonny and asked Miss Elaine sentence has since

1. .t.. I McGowan. This week, notarized authority Crewmen aboard the Lee Carswell,sonrMrs. Jackson, clerk, for been suspended.The .

l. while she and her to expand this public tugboat s".&.id they Ida Carswell mother;. clothing. When she CORE memberswere
mother are at a Saint appeal. I I didn't see the boat Lindsey Carswell_ Sr.,, was unable to find represented by

.' :,::" Louis, Mo. hospital INITIAL STEP 4 until after-they. had father; Eucene,Henry, them, she told police attorney Wblfman of
: '' ''.-'.. ,..''.. awaiting first stages In personallyunder- i passed!::'it. CarlosHomer and Lon- that Gibbs told her, the Miami chapter of
.. writing initial expenses j .Both:n Blackmon and ] brothers "
'0' '"1 of surgery for the nie Carswe ; "This is a stickup. the American Civil
of the pro- CarsxelL were formerly Liberties Union. An
ultimate purpose of Hrs.Klyvora'McKelv1n, Gibbs grabbed her
securing eyesight for ject, Taylor sent I wellknown in local Mrs. Gracie Lee Pe 1- and tore her cloth- appeal will be filed.,
circles and
\. IVERY EIPS JR. Favian, a' group of Favian and her mother baseball ne.1. sistersand Mrs. ing, she said, and
time had
to St.Louis, where Dr. each, at one Jennie Carswell rand-
humanitarians througi- when she screamed, he Masked Trio
J Elps entered the tank, out the State are H. Phillip VenableH.D.F.A.C.S. played organized baseball mother, and a host of -fled.She ran from the

despite warnings from setting up organiza- ., Optha- in out of State other relatives and store just as patrolmen -
circles and Canada.A Steal/
theme and lifted tional forces to secure mologist, has agreed friends.Mr. Johnson and Touch- $4,700MIAMI
7 one of the men to the necessary monies 'to transplant eyes so resident of Jack- Blackmon, a na- ton were driving by
tpp so that the othersaovld for the Favian McGowan that the little girl sonville for the past tive of Kenly, N. C., and notified the t woof
lift him out He. may see.., 25 years, Mr. Cars- had resided in Jackson what had occurred. $4,700 payroll -
Hick- stolen from
Fund.JAXON well born in was
did likewise to the IS FOUNDER LOCAL"HEADQUARTERSRev. was lie for the past Miss Jackson got in-
GaHe was'a member a children's wear man-
second victim after Favian rs plight first J. S. Johnson, son,of Redeem Baptist 14 years. He leavesto to the car with the ufacturer's office'
efforts to secure him : came to attention some pastor of St. StephenAME mourn: Mrs. Doris patrolmen and she
I Church and for several here last Friday by
with a rope tailed.I two weeks ago when Church, Davis and Blackmon, widow; John spotted Gibbs at Pal three maskedarmed
had been employSt.PatersbusgFla.or-
that the well-known Jaxon Oscar years Blackmon, son; Mr.and Sts.
Elpa'.said Fifth streets, has metto and Ashley. Negroes, it has been
ruses were so strong Taylor,who is employed given permission for Mrs. Jessie BlackmonSr. He ran and was p u r- reported.

that he nearly passedout. by the Atlantic St. Stephen church to Mrs.Margaret McGowan. ., parents; Mrs. sued by the policemen Wearing bandanas over

He couldn't remember Coastline Railroad become fund drive ,Favian McGowan Fund, Thelma Stell of Clay.. who apprehended him their faces with one

how he got out Company happened to headquarters for the St.StephenAl Church ton, N. C., Mrs. Han- underneath a house. clad in a.'J'eUov-
of the tank, police be in St. Petersburg. Northeast FloridaaectorTaylor Fifth and Davis Sts., nah Johnson of Washington The two officers colored parka shirt

said. Realising that time stated. Jacksonville, Florida. ,D.C., and Mrs. found the toy pistolin with the hood pulled
I Firemen applied artificial was of ,utmost import Individuals,or m1za- The Florida Star will Helen Bell of Golds- Gibbs pocket. down his head
respiration anceTaylnc: iisediate- tions, churches, and from tine to time boro, N. C., sisters, During apolice line- the three sawed-off, ,
1 'to t h e three men before ly contacted St ate those interested in carry r sports o'n_ and a host of other up Wednesday, Gibbq and
they were taken officials at a, late helping Favian gain little** FaTvian: Mc- relatives and friends. was picked out frat shotgun men forced pistolarmed the

\ To the hospital. 'The ,hour in St.Petersburg; hersight any address Gowan's progress while Joint final nit e swill a group of six personS two owners and
two rescued men were and > *given official checks or&oney ordersto in the" hospital: and be held in Mt. as being the March 3 secretary to ,lie on

I taken to St. Luke's permission to legally the follovl.nSMrs.: -will endeavor to keep Ararat Baptist Church bandit who robbed a- the floor while they r

r. Hospital!! and: E2.pt was set up the Favian Mc- Margaret XcGowa n,: ,its readership i n Saturday at 4p.suthe 'VALUES took the money and k
Gowan Fund. 'This* ,'action Farina McGowan Fund, Rev. Dallas J.Graham SEE SUN '
lent to Dural Medical; ; touch with all phases ,: escaped.
,;--'l' Ce-ater. : was,: lealiied, 2525. 15tk..AT811e,,' SNth: ,- of the i fund drive. pastor, officiating. "' ..ON PAGE EIGHT.. .'-" .., --.,. .. N
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: : ::: THE FLORIDA STAR I .r ;; fI St A lnW Iillw 'v

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Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co. J I-1 '- Comment from the Capital -'

"Member of Associated Negro Press" : .L 1: tih.. f. I

ERIC O. SIMPSON........,.....................................Managing Editor ,

ALYSON ,E. WISE....!.,...............................................N wf, Editor ; by Vant ,Netf ;

HILDA WOOTIN..r......................!..M......?.....Circulation Manager : _-i ; ra -ii 7I ...r.of .
Recently Mr Khrushchev Polesie.

." ,MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: painted a rosy picture of world Lenin and a h and f,1 of I
t ; for the months and had '
peace years trained agitators seized \
2323 Mdiicritf. ... .Road.........................,...........Phon. Elgin 4-6782 w' 1ai JM: ahead. No brushfire wars control of Russia in November,
>0- ...-: -.. .
..:. ..' .. r ., THISAGAIN'jA but what about Laos and the 1917. The majority of Russians
;'" .Mailing Addrtss: Congo? Only-peaceful harmony didn't know what was going__on
between the Communist empire between fighting World WarI
P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida and the West. Mr. K. went on and fighting among them ,
to forecast that Communismwill selves. Lenin needed time. to
SUBSCRIPTION RATES r eventually "liberate" the. stabilize his Bolshevik regime
One Year, $5.00*;' Half Year, $3.00 entire world because "history" in Russia and establish a Communist ,
Mailed To'You ''Anywhere In The United States wills itRussian apparatus for other
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when the Soviets talk "peace", the Allies, he signed a separate
FLORIDA STAR-;-P. O.Box, JACKSONVILLE. 1;FLORIDA they mean war! A look at the peace with Germany. \
*4 Red record reveals that the Russians Lenin
F v !S I li On the surface, signed
extend the olive branch or the most unfavorable
the clenched fist. according to'
treaty the world had ever seen.
1.,' City and ,County Civil Service Jobs world conditions, and with equal He relinquished 500,000 square
2. Negro'' Road Patrolmen agility. But their only aim miles of Russia containing
throughout Soviet history has 66,000,000 people along with a
3. Negro Firemen 1.r been to turn every nation of the billion and a half in gold. Ac-
4. More Negro Police Officers world with whom they "did tually this giveaway was a strategic -
t. r business into a Red satellite. design to buy time for the
5. More Squad Cars for. Negro Policemen I1I e Let's look at Mr. K/s "his-
i Bolsheviks. Lenin would have
Russian ,
tory" or better still at
1 I 6r history and see how the Reds given away his shirt as long as

have used "peace" to advance Communism took roots.
:.a Bicycles Cause ti. Red tyranny. How long this treaty would
". ,,\ ___ have been honored will
.. .tiJ ) OQ THIS Did know that the Soviet never
.. you be known. On Nov. 13
slave empire all began from a 1918,
1W 1 d
two after the
Most ti days Armistice,
Accidents ? An agreementthat
peace treaty
i the Allies annulled the Brest-
seemed to kill Communism
,. Litovsk treaty. One fact is
"., j : before it ever got off the tain. The Red strategy worked.
... -, *WtNStV'. ground. The date March 3,
.. A By November, the Bolsheviks
JACKSONVILLE clea are the''moat frequent I ,.. iiIk! &j&t+'*i4; qJt't ',.0:. 1918; the place-Brest-Litoysk, had had time to deal with some f
: of the province
single reported source of accidental: injury ONLY FUEL CIVIL RIGHTS CAN GIVE TJHE WOULD THE CORRECT ANSWER' capital of their domestic opposition and
to build an army to enforce
boys are twice as prone to accident as girls, their control.

and the home environment is ,the mot frequent t ._ .I ( Turning to World War II, the
it vaS revealed : Russians reversed the process
of childhood accidents: -
location .
above by signing a mutual
4 <.in" a study by the Florida State Board "of: ; = t Your Weekly aggression pact with Germany non-

Health and the National Safety Council. released -. just before the Nazis invaded
Poland. Less
than two years
this week. later (1941)), the Germans sud-

The statements were made after a. compilation HOI'O"opeGuicht.

of the results of a :toy; accident surrey con- '

ducted in June and October of I960 under 'thecosponsorship iy 'PA1LO, Th ASTROLOGER '. bor.-
and the Florida
of thosechapter agencies
of the American Academy of Pediatrics > WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS Faa r-

with the ,assistance of the state's -20 BUSINESS 'LOVE TRAVEL PEACE DOVE T

Poison Control Centers-, and the Leon- GadsdenIdbertyWakullaJefferson -

County 'Medical Society --
In these five counties all a c idents. .
AsxBorn for poWer or business to do otherwise, it

occurring to any child under 15, and attended Mfcrdt"'21st'thruApril 19th ascendancy. The 21st, would not be to youradvanta'g CAPRICORN .
were reported for the survey. Born. Dec. 22nd. thru Jan. 19th
by a physician, particularly during to change
of the state the figures cover der. The Soviets, who had been
In the rest
the P.M hoursis the your location, or home
agitating to keep us out of the
only those cases handled by the pediatriciansand It is one thing to one. day when 'you may address. Should you war, now began to scream for

the. hospitals with poison control centers. wish for somethin8'or collect your. due, and fail to receive the Avoid heaping hurt :: a spread"second of Nazi front"fascism.to check the

Of the 547 accidents reported two thirds in- someoneit is anotherto upon hurt through an
make yourself scarce warnings, you >may expect ; History has recorded how
volved boys. Officials expressed. no surprise get .what you want. right thereafter. some frustrating irascible attitude or many American lives were lost
said that parents and others dealing the severe discipliiing in the North Atlantic to supplyour
at this, and I All the :indications 560551524565LEO experiences, on the ally, Soviet Russia, with
with children would"consid'er it normal. point, to a goal that 22nd-23rd.The weekend of those who share thousands of tons of war sup- -

.' Well over half of the accidents occurred around you have set for yourself should provide very your quarters and in- plies. History has also recorded
the ingratitude of the Russian
4' the house, yard, and, driveway; ; 'The street anc which is beyond agreeable or instructive terests. The possibility .J leaders for our massive support.

sidewalk were the location, of only 11 percentof your reach, for the Born July 2Srd thru Aug. 2Srdj social events. of adopting a Russia repaid our trust and

the mishaps> while school and playgrounds, time being. The un-i It is perfectly natural 180991928189SCORPIO more enlightened view frameworks generosity by of Red setting puppet up-governments the- =u

where children spend much more of their playtime expected is more for you to stay is strongest on the in Eastern and Mid-

: were the site of 15 percent. likely to be. on youraide fixed when you feel 2lst-22nd., dle Europe, while she was sup-
olved Born Oct.' 24th thru 'Nov. 22nd posed to be marching on Berlinin
the and other objects inv if allow it 5-70-55-18-47-575
Among you secure, and to resist 1944. One month after the
bicycles: alone were mentioned in some 19 per- to operate without any the of change The possibilities of Yalta Conference (Feb., 1945),
,, pressure
the first of these Red seeds
cent of the accidents. The wide variety o f interference from AQUAJUTJS
you that leads to th e delaYsfbreakdownscaltroversies flowered as Communist Rouma-
and sports equipment together were the 21st22nd. and Born Jan. 20th thru Feb. 18th
playground on great unknown.The 19th physical : nia. In September Bulgaria
implicated in about 29 of every hundred re 9-19-77-15-3l-917 is the day' lor realis- discomforts are The tendency to succumb : in December Albania; in;
fourth of all accidents: -. to darker ; 1947 Hungary in 1948
ports. More than one : tic thinking about very much :in evidence. your ; -
involTed objects: that are :not regarded as toys, TATJBUS job wellbeingor There is a bright sign moodsmay be at its Poland.Czechoslovakia; in 1949 -

by adults. These included broken glass, rusty Bon -April JBOth thru ':MayThe 2Qlilt your the future, possi- (?1yt-22nd) which peak this w ek.The ; Russia wanted no part of
snimalsso .' 19th is the when World War II. The Reds had
cans, lawn mowers, etc. Cars and more you allow bilities. Positive should be accepted as day f to fight to stay alive but they
fascinating to childrenwere implicated :in less yourself. to be dominated forces predominate on the source of true your mate's or associates were not interested in wars

than 4 percent of the cases. Commercial toys by bad habits the 21st,. making this inspiration. matter '. troubles maybe : viets against have dictatorships.always given The So-top k:

showed up in some 7 percent of the ''reports. wrong principles, or the right day for individual what others say(22nd-( closely linked to r:: priority to the World War 'for

The _head and face were the site of injury ina unworthy .companions, enterprise, 23rd), do not allow your own. You can depend Communism.While '
we fought in Asia, Eu-
full, third of the cases, with the remainder the harder it will and cooperative v n- yourself to be drawn on the unexpected rope, Africa and the Pacific, "1

occurring mostly to the extremities. N e arly become to make the tures. into disputes, labor to lend a hand on the Russians saw no reason lor
ceasing to build their
half of all the accidents were described as break later on. You 3-20-22-17-65-322 difficulties or legal the 21st. Continue to nist empire, no matter Commu-whether

falls while collision_ with either- the childor could be sorely mis- I controversies. heed the admonitions their Allies won or lost the war.

the object movingwere blamed in another 40 led on the 19thmakingit i.TRTjA i 2-30-44-12-75-234 previously given to from Let World us remember War,II one to incident remindus

percent. Nearly two thirds of the cases involved -, advisable for you Born Aug. '24th tnru ,Sept 23rd; SAGITXAEIUS prevent mishaps,phys- of the utter ruthlessness and

cuts, scrapes, bruises and 'punctures to mark this day as Contradictory forces |Born. Nov. 23rd thru Dec. %lat ical discomforts or perfidy Outside of Warsaw'the Soviet in 1944 Union., the ,';

Fractures were only 15 percent. the one when you may\ add to your,disappointments As the odds run misunderstandings that approaching Red army radioed = '

Officials said a final report, including should make no positive and the slightly against you could lead to heated the Polish underground in the

I February of 1961, would be tabulated 1 latex) decisions or creation of more con- during this quarter arguments ((22nd, ). city Nazi, urging garrison.them The to Poles attack rose the

should not relent 240331275243PISCES \ to the bait and made the attack '
this year. commitments. fusion in your,.mir !. you fully expecting Russian
determination. \
4-20-11-18-84-421 The forces that are in your support. Instead the Red army }
pressing you :to take to retain complete halted outside Warsaw until the "
Born Feb 19th thru March 20th Nazis had butchered 40,000 j
GEMINI mastery over
your urges
Contributions Not Taxes 'the risks you wouldotherwise Polish patriots. Then the Reds '
Born May Slat thru Juno, .J1st pass up ,are and: emotional reactions As long as you can- marched in, mopped up the
j .' Choose the not determine with Nazis and set up the puppet
The time to take inventory extremely powerful. Lublin regime.It .
1I I C c &ercial ventures owned and operated' by of your assets the 23rd. 21st to find a basis any certitude, which has taken the Russians only

I' enjoy privileges- not, received;.by and. prospects for 8-40-11-14-56-841 for agreement with would be the best 44 years,using"peace" and perfidy -
as potent
tazpaying private enterprise._ One of those further advances,sees those allied to you, course to follow this come the second most powerful
that and to extract through week :had better nation on the face of the earth. "
is freedom:> from the tax laws to be at hand.You. may you
privileges sIzUo When this "success story" is
p investor-owned companyAdvocates be spending. far more your intuition, the call on yr>>intuitive
r apply to the Bora St t4th tfcra Oct. Sr flaunted before countries witha
I electric "power 'projects than your resources : correct formula for powers to furnish the heritage of poverty, hunger
. of Unless there' are and leads. If there is and disease, it becomes enormously -
tax wouldbe coming successes ananswer
violently object to charges of .receiving warrant, and it effective propaganda.These .
I favoritism. and point .out that such r projectspay prudent to make a forces stronger than eventual happiness. to your many countries are unaware of

i money in lieu ot'. taxesin other words check before you find yourself pressing you 6-50-77-15-98-657 troubles, you shouldbe lions the reign slaughtered of terror and and the starved mil-

Usually those,contributions are yourself already- prepared receive for the greater glory of the
I contributions, ((19th) 4foriyf Are Numbered"fte&1th. it on the 21st. The Kremlin.
minute compared to taxes levied against private yond your depth Days sameor'similar con- We must get this Russianhistory
The glamour or excite- across to aU the uncommitted
I industry .Valley Herald points ment that is created and Portal Can Be Yours that have kept nations and to those
Moreover' as the Spokane oa tenterhooks teetering on the brink of Com-
out there is another distinction tIt would by friends, neighborsor When You Know your. Lucky Dtyi Lue1q. you munism. But most importantwe -
contributions are not taxes relatives is againin Color Etc.3end.2.00. theretofore, may. be. would do well to keep in
seta to i9i that. .revived ((23rd). mind the history of Russian
If you don't have to pay property taxes you evidence on the 1-90.88-16-52-198- "peace" when Mr. K. begins to
Each tax as the rest for your sweet-talk us with seductive ,
nearly as
arenft paying 21st-22nd. But so is offers coexistence"
of us, and If you. dont: have to pay income tax the danger of risking Horoscope Guide For t

to Uncle Sam,. your burden must be a, :lot light substantial suss of April T4sY'sH.bbYYoskrdsy'sT -

1.1. er. If you>> have a. choice of paying 'or not, money ((22nd-23rd). ; Fill izf the. tOiak W.ev uA jil to ,- : "' Y {

" : you're not being taxedn 7-50-66-13-fcl6-756 'ZODIAC1 vpiat Offset Be*.S&lJadawrtille ;,.<'
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year 1961 will mark the }
eel. :. ; lA !'larsds :} Centennial of the Ctvfl War, 7/ONRDENE
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t Yen cannot belittle .' '"hairier; prefer not to p- AMERICA

;;; Worship together :this :week '1 the determination and Street. : : ... member the scars of that conflict (
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I oIf; \ ability of potential ._....tl1 '-. 1feBCk'.f. taught and the fact that our
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.' TfiB FLORIDA STAB i. ,.J: ; Y ; Saturday 'April:! ,,1961
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With June still some two months awaya couple 4a

of love-smitten Jaxons have yielded to the
early spring season, altarwise.Mrs r+< + Mr J

Lydia Dwight Fletcher aridOtha Lee Wooden

were married on March 29f at 7:30 p.m., in the

home of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Fc

Mrs. Dennis T. Stewart,1369 West nth Street... w r tIA

The vows were spoken in tte. presence of family .1 S >r r E

members and very close friends of the ,couple.The ',,(

Rev. W. F. Foster pastor of Mt.. Zion AME

Church, officiated.The .
bride was given in marriage by her brother I ''""

David H. Dwight, Jr. Her sisterMrs.Dennis

T. Stewart, was her sole attendant. She chose

for ,the memorable occasion a pale greenystreet- .

length dress, matching half-hat with abbrevi-

ated veil, and bone-colored shoes and gloves.

She carried a white prayer book topped with a

white orchid. Mrs. Stewart chose for her

sister's marriage a lovely beige outfit. 1If'f y

The house was beautifully decorated throughout -

with tall baskets of white gladiolas and

chrysanthemums dominating the scene. Refresh- 4RKPs n

merits were served in the dining room, from a :r.
table overlaid with outwork cloth. s .t t
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The bride is the daughter of Mrs. lorida c_ ; P\ ; --- -

Dwight and the late David H. Dwight, Sr.

The newly weds are at home at 4571 Trenton ; S

Drive, South. I

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Friends of the Russell Gregory's anxiously

awaiting ,the filling of the bassinett that is

now being, decorated in very, dainty colors. S Irir
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A brunch party proved enjoyable for membersof i:
Kaperettes Bridge Club who were entertained ra. ,r r,4, f ,, 1w aL

during the Spring holidays in the home of Mr. '

and Mrs. Benjamin Powell,' 1137 W. 30th Street. :

Mrs. Marion H. FlowersMiss Vivian Johnson,

Mrs. Eleanor C. Davis, and Miss Dorothy Lang t !

were among club members present.Mrs. Josephine : : 'rJ.
Cleveland, Miss 'Marva Davis,and Mrs.Doris Brown ;

were special guests.

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Wedding bells will ring today in St., Pius 5 5
Catholic Church for Miss Rosemary S.Lillienthaland 1 ,' LISDI D.? IGlR.;?

William H. Alexander.
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A pre-Easter Christening was held, in Saint k t f k-

Church last for the ..
Philips Episcopal Saturday : ,
.young daughter of Mr.and Mrs.Raiford BrownJn, .
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Yvette Iona. .. w e : : ...:.4.

The Raiford Browns, Sr. witnessed the cer- S i Y ; :: V \*

emony., 1&4
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and Mrs. Juanita Randolph were guests 'when .r,I .. --r T ;v--- __ ._
Mrs. K. D. Britt entertained Les Treize Amies the decade tothe
hasin given
associated with adults past way
Sunday Jacksonville her sister ,
ACCENT ON YOUTH- -Last : joined
Bridge Club recently. Mrs. Randolph was ;the "accent on youth".namely, the Easter Parade. In the
cities and communities in the annual Nationwide observanceof
recipient of the guest prize. Services conducted churchesof above scenes, the STARs roving photographer graphically
Easter Sunday. pageants ty:
Club prizes were won by Mrs. Lillian Singleton records how our youth has surged to the forefront in takingover
all denominations were strikinglyparticipated in by our .
Mrs. Ruth BonnerandMrs.Vanorian Schell.
older folks show.
of 'all However most notable factor usually
youth ages. .
Miss Ruth M. Broome, Mrs.Carolyn MillerMiss T .

Coatsie Jones, MissGwendolyn Schell, Mrs.

Pauline Smith, Mrs. Doris JonesandMrs.Vivian. Stork Camellia Ladies Club Install CLUB ,PLANS FOR WeddingBelIs

Satterwhite were among members, present. FASHION REVUE
Officers In Rite
.The Olaro Road home of Mr.and Mrs.Edwin Law- Deliveries : Impressive Frankie K. 'Glover, 456 Lime
St., 21 and Lillie M. Thomas 313
son was the setting for' baby shower for the The Spring and Summer
Dellwood Ave. 19.
Highlighted by an impressive -
Sessions held Mr. and Mrs. Dock Fashion Revue sched-
of Mr. and Mrs.
infant daughter ,
ed in Club Eldorado recently, the Camellia Walter J. Taylor, 208 E. 6th St,
last night during a regular meeting of Les Moore,1811 Hooker St., uled for Sunday ly: the OciUa, Ga.25 and Riley M. Cor-
Club with Mrs.Grover Hagens serving as
Unes Charmantes Bridge Club. Orange Park, Girl. Ladies Scholastic Chi of the bitt, 1577 W. 24th St., 22.
installator officially seated its new boardof
* Mr.and Mrs.Grady Lee' Florida Business and
1 officers amidst a large turnout of members Chas. L. Graham, Rt 8 Box 407,
The beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Williams,2113 and I Vocational College has Jacksonville, Fla., 21 and Chris-
Peppers was the scene of another outstanding'meeting Street, Girl.: guests. Rujbh Jones, Mrs. A.B. been postponed until tine Hickmon, Rt. 8, Box 427, 16.
of the Criterion Matrons Club. Mr. and Mrs. James Installed were: Hortzog, Mrs. Will May 6. A delightful Wm. H. Alexander, 2606 Davis

In addition to club members' Atty., and Mrs. White, 1944 Decottes Mattie Lazenby,Dixon president Mae Crl=LwellMr. and evening of dancing to St.., 26 and Rosemary S. Lillien-

Releford McGriff, Anthony Kinnon, ,and Mr. and Street, Girl. jMrs. Eva Mrs.Otis Walker Mrs. the tunes of a'well- thaI, 521 Jessie St. 22.
Mr. and Mrs.. JosephLee vice president; Mrs. Jos. C. Gowdy 1802 Harrison,
will followthe
Mrs. Henry Jenkins were among guests. Estella Sea, and Mrs.Wilhelmina known band
Mary S.Wrightrecording Sandusky, Ohio, 21 and Bettye R.
* ,' 3802 Brick Road, Mrs.ringfie1d. Young. revue. Taylor, 2049 W. 12th St, 16.

Members of the college set invaded our city Girl.Hr.and. Cornellofca secretary' St ; Mrs. Eva Mae Davis, Miss Helen Edwards, Cuthbert J; Johnson, P. O. Box

r for spring holidays, and we are happy to report Mrs.NapoleonMitchell,1130 Miss Aretha Johnson, president of the club, 414 Callahan, Fla, 32 and PeggyJ.
W. 32nd recording secretary. ; has announced the Richardson, 1435 Florida Ave.,
that things have been most.orderly. Ricker Mrs.May Bell Jenkins, pro- 22.
Mrs' Gussie
*, Street: Boy. Oliver gram change. Students >
N financial Mrs. Mary. E. Bobby River, 723 Court I, 19
Kappa Alpha Psi's "Black Whitehall heads Kr. and Mrs. John ; Lonnie Davis Edmond fran New Stanton, and- Cecelia Marrs, 2369 Lantana
Smith 604 Court:'G. Mrs. Serena Boles, Gilbert Ave., 16.Johnnie.
the list of social activities for the week- assistant financial Sneed,John Jefferson, Matthew W. ,
end. We hope to see all our good friends at Boy. Mrs. Winnie Richburg, Northwestern and L. Griffin 807 W. 4th
the Armory tonight. Mr. and Mrs. William secretary; Mrs.Jo sie Douglas Anderson High St, 35 and Shirley T. Jones, 628
Brown,2320 Emerson St, Stamp,treasure. ; Mrs. MrSrWillie Schools hare been ask- Kentucky Lane, 22-
Pearl"Jeffersonsink- sonLewis JohnsonMrs. Emory Norwood, 1109 Durkee
Boy. fund treasurer Dorothy Johnson, Mrs. ed to serve as models. Dr., 62 and Elizabeth Powell,
Mr. and Mrs.Daniel ing : ; Delores Solomon Mrs. The student: body is 1109 Du'kee Dr., 63.
Mixon,15U W.34th St. Mrs.Ethel Walkersickfund planning to make the Henry 'f. Miller, 637 1st Ave.,
treasurer; Mrs. Helen MelindaCharlesEdward South, J ax. Beach; Fla, 21 and
Girl. Louise Grahambusiness Adams, David affair one of the LIzzie R. Searcy, 637 1st Ave,
lhand Mrs. Frank StubbsLeon Gordon South, Jax. Beach, Fla" 20.
Stewart,622 S.LincolnCt. manager Mrs. Viola largest. and most enjoyable Jos. E. Nelson, 1811 W. 22nd
Girl. Grissett, program Boley,Henry NealMrs. of the school St., 18 and Rosemary E. Griffin,
,' Johnnie Mae Johns 1075 W. Monroe St., 18.
chairman; Mrs. Irene season. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Theodis
George Jamerson. Tomraie J. Smith, 1151 Lincoln
Williams,931! Weare,St. Nealassistant program buffet Bolivia gained her freedom from Ct, 65 and Julia Brown, 1131
A delicious
Boy. chairman; Mrs. Celia Spain 1A 1825.. Lincoln Ct., 55.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Andrews, sick fund luncheon was
and dancing and a social -
Bell, 2922 Moncrief secreJbaryMrs.
evening was enjoyed -
Call w chaplainMrs.
Road Girl.
Mr. and Mrs. James Effie Dawson, critic;

Bender, 5727 Begonia Mrs.Bonnie H.Frazier, Miss MendezIn -
Road Girl. reporter.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Guests includedMrs. Recital April 10 33RD AND SPIRES STREETS

her' sister? Isoa,2071 Baldwin St. Nellie ,CcokGroomMrs. 106 *
Her mother or Alexander Mrs. Salome Chapter i
Girl. Mary OSS ;is'presenting Miss HOUSES Under Construction
BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL, NATUftALpLOOKlNG HAIR COLOR Mr. and Mrs. Theodis Inez Burroughs, Mrs. Mendezcolora -
Mr. ; L- PAYMENT ::
ViviAn: Copeland, : .
Newton 5533 Vernon
,. Whether you want the excitement of a different Road Girl., andTlbSjEhillip; Hud tura soprano in a recital Salesmen '. :.
;'' halt shade,or want to give new life to dull or son Alexander' Frazier; on Monday,April Duty

gray hair..insist on the long-lasting GodefrosLarieuse. haircolot' Mr. and Mrs. James Claude, B :; nt,AddisPf 10 P. 8:00 p.m.in the 12 NOON TIL .6 P..M..j
r in the famous red package-- Horell,1231 Evergreen Masonic Temple 410.
.., It's easy to apply,and complete in Avenue, Girl. Sucker, David Stubbs, ,
,? pacbp-there'nothing else to buy. 'Clinton ,Samuel Broad street. SUNDAYS
Mr. and Krs. Auston
Rims Mendez is presently .
Graham Mr. and Mrs.
S t8 LOVELY Wards,1715 W.9th St., instructor
employed as -
,,1". COLORS Grover Hagens SrMrs.
Boy. of music'at MORRIS CONSTR. CO.
Mrs.Gutr" Eddie WillemJosePh:
; ', Mr.and White
: LAKItUSB James Weld n Johnson '
5 .- Ood.froy' .Mfg., Company.351O Olive. St..St.Louis.Mo. 2406W.Kent St.Boy. W.MendereyMrs..-"Anni -..: I Junior Hig h School 4791 ORTEGA BLVD. :;-:' PO 8-4291


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.np.o.'. :. -" o" -:.i-, .'" '. DO.J"UJmDA: 9XAJL Saturday 'April*.8, 1961

;St. Paul AME .
ST y l r 'ifi. F Bishop Walls Heads GroupTo

A .Church 'Notf
World Methodist Confab
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A Bishop W. J. Walls, secretary, Board of Bishops -

The Wooen Progressive. ., A.M.E. Zion Church, announced here this
Club of St. Paul AHE Fy week' that twelve persons. would represent the

Church will presentthe denomination at the World Methodist ConferenceOslo

Edward Water Col- EA7 x Norway, August 14-25 _
lege Glee Club o n The delegation 'i si -

April 9th at 7:00 p.m. : 3i. scheduled-to leave byScandanavian Tucker and Mrs. Anne:;

in the church auditorium iE airlines Taylor.

.The Glee Club ; from New York, August Union Community.

is directed by Harvey Z' 10. It is the hope' of .
'Spivey. They 'have many that they will AM Church

traveled. in the near 1rr be able to tour other

Bahamas and in the Asiactic countries. ActivitiesEaster

Island attending They alt o plan to go activities at *

the AME Conferencein to Paris Stokholm .
Union Community A ME
November, 1960. Copenhagen and Frank- Church, Eaverson and

The men of St. ,Paul fort. Rome, Florence, Beaver streetsclosed

DIME Church are going II I II I and Venice are also successfully onday
...o all out to make this I
.aoof fILe cap M. being contemplated by when an egg hunt was
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nt.-- ss.1mu1ca annual'Men toDay
.1 .' wM .s. ... year a SLATE OBSERVANCE -Choir No. 3 of Central CME Church, is preparing to the group. held on the church

a countr7wr'. .ad.....or.w1IIeIa'4W Ie an.J most affair outstanding one of the in hold its 13th anniversary observance in the auditorium of the church Bishop W. J. Walls grounds. ;

Tuesday night April 11 at 8 p.m. Mrs. Mary Dennispresident and Mrs. will head the delega- After all eggs had '

church history. This. L. White, program chairman have announced that Choir No.2of, Emanuel tion. Other bishopswho been found, an old
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; yearfs event is to beheld Baptist Church will serve and Choir 2 will be guest choirHrs.Nettie are slated to make fashioned egg cracking -

on Sunday, April Flagg will be guest soloist and C.' Parham Johnson will be master of the trip are: Herbert and rolling festivities -

30. ceremonies. The Rev. D.' W. Bass shown in foreground is host pastor. Bell Shaw, Stephen were led by

,,,,.- ..Kany" visitors and Gill SpottswoodWilliam Rev. H. Hollis Hooks, '

friends attended St. Andrew Stewart, pastorto the delight

Paul's various" activities Rev. T.: R. Gibson To Keynote:, First Baptist William Milton Smith of all participants.Many .

'- and last Sunday : and Daniel Carlto n thanks are being

f the pastorRev. Freedom Fund Mass Meeting AnnouncesActivities Pope. Other delegates extended to all who

SIMAOTHIA HICKS g-- R.J.' : Blaine was heardin ..,..,.. areDrs. J.W. Eichel- contributed to the
Anderson two stirring ser- bergerW. 0. Carrington success of the event.
Douglas mons. 'I Setting sights on completing the -largest-mem-' : A.full membership and and J.C. Hoggard, ORDER OF SERVICES
drive in the of the lofcal.
Pepsi Cola salutes* Superintendent:,W. :D. bership history guest attendance is along with Mrs. Abbie
ganizationthe Jax, Branch of the NAACP launcHes Sunday school beginsat
Sweet aid the instruc- requested at the Jackson and Mra.WiLlaRice.
Symanthia 12th grade .
its kick-off for its 1961 annual driye,JFri- 9:30 a. m. with _
tors are already issuing lar meeting Sunday off
.She is secre-J
4student invitations to dayApril 21 at 8 p.m. in Bethel Institutional: the Senior Missionary Alternates areBishops Superintendent C. L.
taiy of the Driver fs Church St.and has secured Rev., Crane and teachers in
Baptist on Hogan
,members, friends, and Society scheduled at H. T. Medford,, J.'
education club member
Theodore R.Gibsonpresident of the MiamiiNAACP charge"After Easter
,the general, public to 4 p.m. in the church D. Cauthen, F. S. Anderson ,
of the cheerleaders. for its Freedom Fund' What?" has been the
chapter as keynote :speaker ,
attend their' ACE auditorium, Hrs. Ara- and W.C. Brown;
s q ;secretary -* League program Sunday Mass Meeting. -:. i :\: bella Calendarpresident Drs. D. H. Bradley, subject chosen for
of the National In his capacity as'head ': ;' ..,i;: Rev. Hook's lla.m.
afternoon,April 9th. ",,"...r announced.The W. R. Lovell, S. E.
Honor Society, and is of the Miami < morning worship ser-
We of St. Paul extend i "'\'i:_ topic for the Duncan, C. E. Foggie,
secretary ,of her Choir 2 and the
an invitation of wel- group,Rev Gibson has fI" meeting will be, "The C. L. Wilcox, Mrs. A- mon.
_ room. come to both friends been the object of Holy Spirit Works," melia Tucker and D.P. Junior Ushers will

: ** *, and the general public constant harassment John 16, verses 1-15 Wisdom. serve throughout the

to attend our activities from a State legislative ""' s., Order Of Services Accredited visitors day.

". investigating r ar Sunday School beginsat are D. W. Andrews, Members are expectedto
; committee which under make their reports _
9:20 with G. Alexander
a. m. BarnesR.W.
Africa 'ConfabAt the apparent guise of for the first half of
W. Scott '
superintendent SherrillD.P. Wisdom,
searching for commu- and instructorsin J. H. Brockett, Dr s. the budget for this
i1"E1Ii! B C College conference on
nist influence in the charge. Rev. C. B. J. Van Catledge, E.S.

Daytona BeachThe Miami NAACP chapter, Dailey, past, will i Hardge, A. P. Morris Sunday.Men of the church

Social Science Division has unsuccessfullytried deliver the sermon at and M. P. Sawyer, a-
preparing for the
of BethuneCookman to have Rev. the 11 a.m. services. long with Mrs. Amelia .are

_.. College will con- Gibson turn the chapter NAACP chapter have Choir 2 and 'Usher annual Men ts Day program .

duct a one-day conference fs membership rolls been'holding series Board 2 -_. serve scheduled for
MARVIN COLLINS over to the committee. Revival Slated May 28, Johnny Gregg,
"Contemr of through out the
on .meetings; in prepa- day.
Isaiah Blocker
f porary Africa", April The legislative group ration for an intensive B.T.U.will: start at At St. John'sThe general chairman, an-
nounced. Selection of
Marvin, 9-2 student, ,21.Because >succeeded in havingRev. campaign to, enroll 5:45 p.m. with W. F. cochairman and cap
Gibson face Cir-
'T| participates in many of the rapid local citizens Tillman, president, tains will be held'
extracurricular activitiea. I pace of change i n cuit Court trial on representing all fields' charge. Evening ser annual Spring Sunday April 9.
*j He is vice Africa during, recent 'contempt charges resulting of endeavor in the vices completing the/, Revival at St. John The regular mid-week

president of the years and our lack of in his later 1961, drive. messages for the day Baptist Church, Class meeting and

chorus and honor society -. knowledge ,of that vast being sentenced to a Special membership will be givert by the Bridier and Oakleystreets Prayer servicebe wjlll
six months
president of continent, it was the jail rm drive teams will con- pastor at 7 p.m. s c h eduled
Better English Club, decision of the divi- and a fine of $1,200.In tact school teachers, Monday nightat 7 P.. from Sunday, April 8 Rehearsal on Tuesday fon

A Pianist of Choir at sion to sponsor this taking his case clergymen, doc; tors, m. Youth Choir iehearsal.The through Friday,April night.Choir 1 is scheduled

Evergreen Baptist conference, in order to the State Supreme nurses, greek letter, male Chorus -' 14 will be conductedby for Wednesday night,

,* Church. Swiaming, and, that the students,the Court for reviewRev.Cibsonts social savings,church rehearses at 8p.m. Rev. W.C.Edcar of at 8-piin. -\ '
dancing occupies most faculty and others earlier sen- and labor groups in Tuesday night Prayer Miami, one of the

of his, idle hours. may gain a better tencing was upheld. addition to neighborhood Meeting begins at State outstanding Auxiliary"Board 2'OF

*** ,* *: knowledge of Africa. Meanwhi1e,the case is drives and contacting 7 p.m. with the pastor evangelistaRev.A.J. Meets
Mt. Zion
The two being'appealed to high '* in Hughes host
guest consultants of business charge. pastor,

i will be: Dr. courts. concerns, leaders and Bible study, Wednes- announced. Sunday! At 4 P. M
Howard Thurman of As rector' of Christ ; individuals. day night at .'J p.m. Services will beginat
Boston University and Episcopal Church in with the pastor supervising 7:30 clock Auxiliary Board 2 of

,1 Dr. Donald W.Wyatt of i. Miami, Rev. Gibson isa Girl- <<; Scouts' "At." study. The Boy nightly and all choirs Mt. Zion AME Church
iii'tTL rft will meet at
:.t New York. highly respected Court Qf Honor/ Scouts meet Thursday will participate dur- Sunday
4 in the home
Dr. Thurman is currently figure in his comun- Activitiesfor Girl' night at 6 p.m.in the ing each program.Ac- of p.m.Mrs.Viola Reeves
Dean ity, and is a veteranfoe to ,
serving as Scout Troop 3l8and church auditorium.Sat cording Rev.Hughes,
... of racial bias.He 4352 Roth Drive,South
of Marsh Boston this will
Chapel, : Brownies urday at 4:30 p.m., be one of
. Troop .249. Mrs. Ida
TONTA TONET has been the leaderin Hopkins,
He is
University. Children Choir re- the outstanding local
I I Mt.Ararat
; president announced.A .
Northwestern a member of the national several integra- Church hearsal.The revivals of the sea-
included the, full membership
.J coamittee of tion actions. meetirg'111esday public is cor- son. The public is
"Tonya is Clarinet regular attendance is
For the several re-
the American. Consnittee past dially invited to attend cordially invited.
from 4-6 p m.. and I
section leader of they weeks, 'steering committees quested.
on Africa.Recentlyhe the Court First Baptist's .
school band,Editor of : returned from a visitto of the local activities.
which h'e
the school paper and Africa and is well-
: Wednesday night, beginning -
annual, chairman of qualified to discuss 8.0YS.EARN Center
: at 7 p.n.Both
the Student Publication -!* educational and reli- ,
events were held in
Conmitteemember* gious conditions in MOKE
Education build-
of the Modern dance:* Africa. His prestige f ing. Activities CAH Myrtle Ave. and Adam* Phone EL 4 146*
and Honor Society. -? '
group is well established supervised Mrs. Iu.

**Hr. *. c in the. Volusia Countyarea. :, J.E. Davis, and Mrs.Daisy : SELLING : BLUE OCEAN BREAM ..-........ :2k

The conference will leaders.Kelsey, troop. Tia florid! Star URGE MULLET ..............,,. u. 2St '. --
Listen to,Pepsi 'include ,morning and "
afternoon sessions, CHAIN LINK SHRIMP BOAT WHITING_.., l(. 2k <; .
Music-Quest Friday
which will:be followed IMFOftTID FROM 4A.
Ntos 10:30: 11:00For WASHINGTON. D.C. u. vl*
:: by question and answer
Phone Requests I periods. BEACH ILACHiS u.

EL 6-04 61-2 'xozzca LACK.. SEA BASS..,........... u. 32.
Wholesale Prices for Galvanized

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TREAT $125
SERVICES forRev.Evan
Incoporated will beheld \ POMPAuOTASTI AMOUNT LI.MACXEREL.ZUS. .
I Hurleywho ,BEST
Wednesday evening' died Sunday in a 'local WRITTEN'CUARANTEE SPANISH ..t ,fw wtifhtmfdMfir

April 12, 1961, 7 PJB. hospital,vera held ALL POSTS SET IN CONCRETE Ian. M nl!..-* w to ubrfefr R*
at Ht. Sinai Baptist in TIT kr+al.e.urrwith Or.w. Iota. U. W*
Thursday at 3 p.m. EXPERT 'INSTALLATION -
Church, Sixth' and I estreet's Ebenezer Methodist .e NOTH!}9itbOM N FAMOUS FORTY-NINERS
,fir the purpose Ch h'tb|ie Rev.J.E.F. UFTOSfrlARSTOPAY, SPECKLED TRQUT TCSS! 4fc ..
of reading the Annual Willia&s} pastor,' of -' I'j-J M I SZA u..'

Statement,srl''election ficiating.Rev."Hurleywts J; AT.L'iNYTIIEDAILYIJITFSStJIDAYS- FRESHWATER CATFISH ,. te.JUMI0 ..

...... of Officer*, .and Directors -. siperlntendentol. : ) SHRIMP : .: :. _.._ ....:. ;u... AS. 1.30 .

', ,", th., Jaek9onville. District a"-c." e SOLD IN 2 LJ. IACS ONLY ..$2.60 per.Baj .
Rey. H.L.Patt.ron, Atlantic Cant. I .:: r :'RA .7-ii I 7 "Aa IW. My fcrr-*.H,Wuf.,M.,...-.."iMtts ff4 .

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Fats Domino Heads All Stars $

Coliseum Show April 16I 1I I

The big show with the i big beat, "The Biggest te

Show of Stars for f6l Spring Edition" swings eS

into the Jacksonville Coliseum on Sunday,
April '16, for a 3 P.nu performance.The- Sk

I of stars, who H be on stage will include FATS




Rounding out the all I II ---_."... ,,..,...,. ,..rJ
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star cast will.b, e -
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Harold Cromer whotllweave y

I the acts together' !,. .. .4 a

,I into one great evening 4

of entertainment. ; t' :
Each and every artiston p .

the star billing v ... I R -
ft. i ? t y
has a top hit record: .. ,. IUIIAII"----r.: : ... .t -.,...- -......:... .'" :z ._ m'_ _
in the works at present.But i;: ., & -

Fats Domino has .. .. EASTER FASHIONS Mrs. A. J. Jones (left) and her family joined the .
the distinction o f ... Easter Sunday parade here last week when the weatherman bowed to the

'having more million : will of the people and allowed the Sun to spread its rays of sunshineon

!sellers than of Also shown in photo Mary E.JonesMrs.L.M.
any .feaking their first nationwide .4 L w a very happy group. ,
the others.In fact Fats Jones, Ruth M. Jones, and Nina Gale Jones.
tour with The
is among the sell- --
top ,
Show Stars
ers in the country. To STUNNING STYLIST-- Typifying the welldressedyoung WANTED:. Men and women who ;
for 1961. This Weldon Jbhnson .
(date his records have young lady is Miss Dolores Robinson who like James Jr honestly desire to face their alcoholic
of four
group attractive problems. Free :
sold to the tune of many of other Easter promanaders was photo- 7:30 P.M.
talented Mondays and Fridays. .
singers School
High ActivitiesIn
[more than 12 million. hap within the matter graphed by the STARts roving photographer last Clara White Bldg., Room 305.
It one time Fats had Sunday afternoon.
ihree gold records in of months' taken the a simple but :impressive ceremony held in Royal Crown

period of, one_ month.t nation. by storm with the gymnatoriumtwenty-three. candidateswere Bottling'
'a quite an achieve- their touching recordings inducted into th'e Arthur C. Madry Chapterof Company

ent. of new ballads.' a the National Junior Honor -Society. At the 1235 SAN MARCO UYD.

"'. S.. beautiful candlelight Andersonwas -
CHUBBY CH KERswhoseST ceremony, Joyce R.944$1FOR

be care a national Stanton Group S torch bearer, while Gwendolyn Butchers, .

[institution, is now Carol Roes, Carolyn Johnson, Hattie R. Thompson SALE;

thrilling his fans with. !I BrewsterThe ET Valveta Turner, represented scholars hip. ..
'ia current platter... ; f. Leadership, .citizenship, service and char 'cter 3 TiresSetof Glassesand

)NY TIME.last year at Brewster Meth- respectively. "The Human Heart and 1 Transmissionfor '
, Officers' of the society 1949 Ford.
this odist Volun-
time Chubby was Hospital Circulatory System."
[just coming to there.Todayhe's teens of New Stanton ,. r we r e installedby The project consistedof 1439 Madison St.
Senior High School Percy L. Parsons, EL 5-8908
a num- a shadow man stand- M
:r one star. made Easter baskets : head of the mathematics ing, showing all the PREMIER'S
Shirelles for the children f department. The
iI- e are s major net works of the
ward of the hospital. occasion was narratedby arteries capillariesand .

eafhs And Making the basketswas Wilhelmenia HoweU, veins., The heart

the first project devotions led by Bev- which actually .pulsated Meat_ _Market
Funerals .to be undertaken J + +Y y S erly Frazier and the
by _: t o pump the
r t of the FOOT OF WEST
the Volunteens. The history societywas
IHINGTON--Evans of blood (red ink) from
contents of thebasketswere
.95 Mitchell St. given by Beverly the left side of th e BEAVER ST. VIADUCT

INDON Curtis of 811 Easter eggs, Sawyer. heart through the arteries -
ewitti Street.' candy eggs, bonnets ALL .. The inducteeswere to the capil-
:-Rev.Evan M. of and on the side of Janice Akery, Detra laries and backthrough PORK( CHOPS ;

the baskets were paper ..... ; Belcher, C h a rleyene the veins to
40 W. 17th .
for 1.00
chickens. Bloodworth Phyllis 10
James of the right side of the .
The young Volunteens : -; Bright, Barbara Chat- heart was made in the .. .
24 Blanche !
enjoyed working with man,Carolyn DriskeH Industrial Arts Department Fre$h
TTS-- Mrs. Janie of their first projectand b Marilyn Driskell, Ar- under the

S 512 E. Church St. were encouraged ,. tis Dixon, Sandra Crosby close instruction and Sausage Ibs. $1.
f OUSEAUMrs.Wi.lie. ": -.A'" "- "" j ;w'l
by their sponsorMrs. Arzada Floyd, Laval supervision of Gary I
3dna of 429 West 'Alfred Scott and his sister
W.M. Richardson. They Harley, Janice Anderson and J.Alford.
I 8th Street. were also joyful in Shirley Scott were among the thousands of Harris, David Horne, First prize in Natural SPARE RIBS E

J CON-- Mrs. Carrie knowing they .were doing well-groomed H Jax youth who glorified the % Stella Ivey, Carl Science Divisionwas t t'

f 1003 Davis St. something forchildren Easter Parade here last Sunday. Jones, Eloi s.e Leeks, 3Ibs.StW.
I a group
James of 728
who were unable > Marion Levy, Paula I -
leveland Street. to get 'out. and ,{j Ladies Sponsor A & T Concert Mack,Ruth Mason, Wil taught by Mrs.Dorothy:
on the"Principle
L NE Mrs. Ruth o f helmenia PriceClaude Bacon 3 I Ibs. $1.00
enjoy, the Easter season of !
Respiration" sec-
Choir On Tour
080 W. Adams St. Baby ContestShow .
1 Sawyer
.. Elizabeth ond prize in the same "
S A BURY James E. oflachua ''Fresh'
Mrs. C. A Baby Contest and GREENSBORO, N.C.-The Smiley and Alph division was won by

FRRELL -, Florida.Piccola of r of 'volunteer Little Folk Fashion A.and T.College Choir Smith. Mrs.Hilliard classes HAMS 45c Ib.

service at Brewsterwere Parade sponsored by scored la s t Sunday Special guests were on "The Goodness .
: 515 Tyler Street. vBHCWN very grateful to .the ladies Auxiliary with its Easter production the parents of the of Microbes."
Sam of 5747honcrief members of the
JBJIXINGER Misses Eddie M. 'to the Special Delivery of "The Seven new I Career week was observed BEEF
Road. J. National Junior Honor
Richardson, Laura Messengers will 'Last Words of Christ March 20-24
Willie of Mrs. Lucile '
Williams, Clementine take place Monday by Theodore DuBois Society. with the theme "Open- 3lbs.U8 ;
Eaverson St. is the
P38 L.Murphy
Scriven,Linen Smiley, night beginning a t The fifty-voice group spon ing Doors for Oppor- '
S-- Lee of
G Ivory
Tyrone Poller,Carolyn. 7:30 in Simps o n directed HowardT. sor. tunities. :
.9 W. 4th Street.W Hill and Louvenia p.m. was by At the Science Fair HENS 39c Ir I
Methodist Church Kings Pearsall chairman I
RD Mrs. Lula of held in t h e bymnato-
Bouknight. Road and Cleveland St. the Music Depart -
1JL30 East Union St. of ,rim of the school, SUNDAY
Baby contestants are went.Davetta. .# JACKSONVILLE
STORY--Mrs. Hester ofi the five ninth grade

112 W. 28th Street. Jaxon Is Hired Jerome Bernard Hartleyand Florence,.... classes instructed by (
MOORE Mrs. Annie of Andre Lasalle Greensboro sopra h p, COLISEUM IpR. 16 I
Mrs B. J. Canty hadas _
1::530 Ella Street. By Health Be/-/ Shipp. _The, general sang the solo part 'of' a spec ial project One Show Only 3 P m. II I
public is invited. the introductory number -
H. of
.TURNER-Georgia "0 All Ye Who ., 'to. ,. i iST The BIGGESTSHOWcf STARS f<+w-/9/ I
Florida Avenue. Starts
POTON-- Clifford of Another Jaxon w as Mfs. Roosevelt Travel Upon the High- 'I All, Week Sundpy: typ I

2JJ37 Jerusalem Lane. signally honored this way..n'Other I I I. I MIIIi'...''..'..'.
week when rald Gray- soloists. \
At Tuskegee appearing 1Oft
Marion of
cjliahan, Florida. son joined the State TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE included: Thlily" : &&QIlr

1A. David of 1306 Board of Health staff Mrs.Eleanor Roosevelt Woodard,. soprano,

G ,hal Street. as a field worker incommunicable will address the pub- Greensboro; Andre. YCK -.i.ij I

p [SON-- Butler of diseases. lic meeting of the Willis, Tenor, Nor- : j S,4mm

Lincoln Courtr1Y Possessed with a 49th annual John A., folk,V a. and Richard 1 HIT

Zi6: Mrs. Lena of suitable educational Andrew Clinical So- Smith, Miami, Fla.,. 1 DORIS I DAY l REX HARRISOHJOHKGAYIN Pommo I II

t j 6 Dewiest Street.. : background, Grayson >- ciet7;here, April 25, baritone." t I
secured his position
Miss E. Bernadine
3Ll$ Dorian Gregg of Tuskegee President L.
Avenue. by having: successfully H. Foster announcedthis Booker, at the' piano
8 Milnor f
'jSFfERSON ji --Frankie of passed a series of week. and Charles Blue, organist S :
examina %
g2 East Union St.TMrs. competitive It will be the second ,. were accompa j
under Florida's IOOSEYILT svw.TuE3.1IG
Dorothy tions visit to Tuskegee for nists. ... CM86Y
; merit system.The visited .. --- .,. =
Mrs. FDR who
of ,2, Box 146. f son of the late here with her husband f, MAIDS URGflHLY NEEDED neu zoFCae-n" saiW'C

&Np jorge o Isaac Grayson,Sr. and To $eO cuh weekly N. T.Job*.'We', i -c:
Odessa Street. while he was president tend your carfare Immediately.;
Mrs.Bertha Graysonof shortly before World Give reference In letter-be prepared I 1l
of 1143
Henry 1Q36 W. 26th St., Mr. to leave riffbt away. Writ I
St fe Court War II. On a later HAY A-MAID Agency, 4 Bond.. St, ; a.a wo.
| Grayson attended the visitPresident Roos- Great Neck N.'Y.HELP.WANTEDMALE. '. .w.r.uT M& s06QZT ,

OODSONrlQft local schools and evelt inaugurated a ",I 1

graduated fzxaStanton polio unit at Tuskegee J VI NGSFWI

i Senior High School in Institute's John A. 2 MenTo"sell adver .

PI!*UP-4 DQJVERY, 1951. Selecting' premedical his- Andrew Memorial- h o s- tising for newspaper. n.f.-&Mt A&-11N1 .UJPl
courses as Liberal o emission
pital. ._s JAMES ARNESS IN
[LOCATION TO5EKVB : ma of study: .
course / combines' specialized 2 p.m. Florida Star
J[QJ! at BethuneCookman,, study;in! both 'medicineand 2323 Moncrief Rd. : smrww UN y-TUeS' PAUL Wlll.IAIVl !::

College in 1957latermatriculating dentistry, and I ------ ELVIS PRESIET IN M !
'! ..' .. in Veterinary attracts many of the Responsible M an with "FLAMING STAR" All'S ata Reserved ADU. $2.00$2.50 3.00 ;
& medicine, at
t. nation's outstandingspecialists car. part time"&pply AND : On SalesColisem Box OfficejRecord Bar 4Q W. I
J IOWHATTEN STREET. .Tuakegee I n atitute, Fla Star 2323 Moncrief R"THEADORA SlAVE IHPIPSS' :
.. in, .both, Forsyth St.; Dixie Mosic Shop Ebony Record
I. *U' 0047' 'Tua egee, Ala.F # areas. '', ':, -Rd. 4 p.m. .Sunday. Win $545 Cash )bn.Nite Shop BiMter Ford f. Re.t. ..
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: Six, :r THE FLORIDA STAK Saturday, April 8, 1961

I ,
1 'Ifsfon fight Farm Extension } ; : Yt Defahd Station r Quickie Divorce' J

Set Loses 153
; I Not. Signed .' c t 4K rie' 'dg
i DELANO-Service Sta- y rx

ALLEHTOWN, Pa.-According tion ,in the ederal-. tion attendant G. T. 1 ",
Vickers robbed of
to ( ) state Farm Extension was
.Joseph Pep
$153 two
Barone,. CharlesSon Service is about to i r tr : armed by with sawed-oft Negroes t
r a
ny): Listen's manager be investigated under shotgun during the
h there. has been n o orders from Agricul-
early morning
signed agreement be ture Secretary Orville
last Saturday police
tween" lead i n g heavyweight E., Freeaanit! was announced n t ,
contender Lis- this week. reported.
ton and Ingemar Johansson i I Also under orders for The two men, wearing

3 this coining ,fall study along' similar rain coatsand carrying -

r. in-'Goteborg, Sweden, lines is the. policiesof gallon can asked
the Forest Service Vickers, for fifty r
despite reports to the
I _
cents worth of
f 1 contra% which supervises public gaso-
line. After the
fJ Barone said that he recreational areas can .
j had cabled Swedi s h throughout the countryand was filled,one of the

,, promoter Edwin Ahl- also in the South. men pull e d a shotgun

I t quiet only that he was In opposing any such from beneath his rain DINAH WASHINGTON
..Breaks With
coat and threatenedthe No.7
I ; "interested"in an of f- .move on the part of
H; ; er of 125,000 the departments Sen. attendant while
a "Queen of the Blues"
... f the other rifled the
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guarantee for the .Olin Johnson (D-S.C. ) i( Dinah Washington is
I I fight. stated that any move PROF. THRALL AT FLORIDA & -Florida A&M University mathematics cash registerVickers I reported planning a

; Although Ahlquistsaid to invoke "civil { department staff and majors getting angles from Dr. Robert Thrall, reported.The trip to Mexico for a

that an agreement rights", into the Agriculture I. professor of mathematics, University of Michigan. He served as guest men then ran weston "quickie divorce"fran

: had been reached via xtension lecturer during the mathematical lectures series held at A&M. Herewith a side streetVickjers husband number 7, 24-

: ',phone call with Ba- Service would probably Dr. Thrall were, (left to right):Minnie Clark,Pensacola;Lea Ester described the pairas year old Raphael Cam-

i rone,Liston's manager destroy the fine Bryd. Ft. Pierce; M. R. Kyler, instructor in ..mathematics; Mrs. L.B. being 20-yrs.of age pos.This recent-abbre-
1 :Clarke associate professor of mathematics and head of the and slender. One was
c stated that "he sent program. department; viated marriage is
Hia' views Johnson Prof. Thrall Mrs. Gladys H.. Jones assistant of mathematics about 6 feet tall and
me a telegram and I ; professor ; said to have lasted
said would Patricia Francis New, York Cityand Clinton Beach. the other 5-feet 9 or
wired back that I was probably ButlerDelray less than two months.
interested." 'be shared by other (FAMU staff photo by Horace Jones Jr. ) 10 inches in height.

Barone also mentioned Southerners on the .

L.B.M.ProductionsLosAngeles receiving a wire from Agriculture committees.and:Appropriations M. A. Miller Annual College : : r s .

n offering a % Albany Stats :Drive: LaunchedNEW

huge guarantee for bout.aListonJohansson _-'Has AccidentRAY Mqin SpeakerThe

Barone said he will
YORK---T 18th
annual Fo nder's'
ask the Los Angeles,
annual United
.. Day Program at Albany
what A
they 66
group mean
State College will be College Fund opens
by atyhuge guarantee"
in Caroline Hall sun- this week in major

top Coaches At $r day, April 9 at 3 *m.' cities across the .

Miller A.Johnsonadministrato countryBruce Barton, c

At AMU Clinic o f the national campaign t
Florida A.' and M r' University chairman, announcedhere Y -
June 7276TALLAHASSEE Hospital will today.' J k X -

: -- Seven :. be the featured speak- "It is my privile g e ;; t 1

1 1 head coaches, six in I to work again this ?

football- and ,one in i .qa er.Ceremonies a t the i year .with 4,000 other -- sCLr
4h )
.. basketball, have ,been '; tomb of Dr. Joseph W. volunteers to insurethe '

named to headline the : Holley will: immediately success of this

16th annual Florida : follow the program. "> important project. t

; A&M University Coaching Leviticus Roberts, Thirty-two independent < -
1 1 Clinic here, June : president'' of' the Albany colleges will use this
12-16. I'j : State Student money for practical t

j The head coaches for ; CHARLES Government, and Ethel things---scholarships 1Ia'-,
$ the '61 faculty named : ..In Freak Accident Hardeman, Miss Albany. for talented students ,-
t ,by Clinic Director State' College will science equipment and
Jake Gaither were Famed blind blues place the wreath on better salaries for; .{FAMUAN GETS OFFICE-- Miss Mona} Clark (right) of Lakeland was elected

I Michigan: Stated Duffy singer Ray Charles: the grave. professorsyBartonwhois internal affairs regional vice-president of the Southern Regional con-

Daughterty Alabama's was forced to cancel Johnson is a graduateof chairman of the vention of the Newman's Club recently. The Florida A&M University
\ ,
Bear BryantArkansas' several lucrative engagements the Albany Normal boardBatten, Barton, sophomore psychology major is shown here with delegates: from Flor-
z Frank Broyles, Florida when he Elementary and High Durstine ,& Osborn, ida State University. They are Misses Betty MacGilliviay (left), Kathleen -
Daley, Richard OtBrienMiss Judith Register and Miss Clark.
fs Ray Graves, slipped and fell ona School, and receivedhis said.Mr. Barton heads

Florida State's Bill piece of soap in B.A. Degree from the appeal for the j .

Peterson, South Carolina -. the bath tub at his Allen University. He third successive year. Zeta Phi Beta I PHOTOGRAPHS FOR
's Warren Bass, Los Angeles home. has taught in the pub- Local campaign open-

and the Cleveland Charles was hospitalized. lic schools of Columbia ings are scheduled Award Given

Pipers* Johnny Mc- S.C., and served throughout'the spring. EVERY OCCASION

Lendon. McLendon will tI in t he United States : Among those planned 1 Photography
serve on the basket- Army for 3i for April a Detroit Expert
years. ; TALLAHASSEEMiss Portraits Weddings BisqctJ
Beach Starts On kick off dinner
ball staff. : Dorothea Smith o f t' Purports & IdenHflciiion Photos
Other coaches Vlaunching the UNCF PfcototUti & Commercial Work
announced Low Cost Public Florida A&M univer- .
for the faculty 'J|NAACP Urges JFK campaign for the entire Photo* For Newspaper Cols
sity received the
I by Gaither were Housing I| Attacks state of Michi n. local Zeta Phi Beta While You Walt
Pat Ignore On The Virginia state" Coloring & Picture Framing
James, assistant II : Finer Womanhood Award" .' Let tfr Take A Photo Of Yea
line coach,. Alabama; I Dr. $. E. MaysWASHINGTONPresident campaign opens April for her achievement

Florida's backfield Within the next 10 7. l ." ,.. In Natural Color
fovnciationa during the opening of i_. :.; -
dayslaying of Other opening dates
coach Pepper Rodgers, J.
line coach Gene Ellen- for a 50-unit Kennedy was asked to include: the sorority's: observance AVERYAVERY'S
of National Finer PHOTO STUDIO
low rent disregard the opposition BaltimoreKd. :
son,trainer Sam Lank- housing pro- April
Womanhood Week
ford,and Coach Gaither ject for Negroes at of Georgia Senators -' : 1; ClevelandOhio and here at during Flor- 1674 Ktegs Rd.-Ntxt to EWC Ufcrcry. ,

and his staff. Jacksonville Beachwas Richard B. Russell !Ft.WorthjTexas, April vespers ida A & M Universitylast "' .. Phone EL 4-7695 For Appointment
Coach Daugherty and announced this week. and Herman K? 'lOittfashington, D.C.; .

f Coach Bass are servingfor The low bid of Talmadge to the possible = ,April: Pittsburgh, The week.$75 award .-

the first time. $466;274 was awarded appointment o f Pa., Wilmington, Del. was
the Dr. Benjamin K.; Mays'to presented by Mrs. H.
Development and Seattle Wash.
Coach Gaither said he ,
r Verde]]. Stevens. Mrs.
the U. S. Civil
Co. of Jacksonville. April 19 Cincinnati "
is appearing on the I ; Eugenia B.Thomaswife
staff along with members Clearing of old sub=- Rights Commission. Ohio and Philadelphia, of Municipal Ju dge .. .
standard dwellings NAACP Executive Secretary Pa. 21. .
April .
of his staff for ;. -
Thomas: of Miami, was '"j\..:;;.
occupying sites of the Roy Wilkins UNCF has its
the first time because expanded .
the .
guest speaker.The :
new project is now said both Senators '/ji
campaign in Florida .
i of a large number of l'""_:;
local Zetas
requests for him to being completed by the have spent their public this year from threeto worshipped Sunday ......,...;
talk .about his system. firm. life "in supportof 12 communities.Ap: morning at Bethel- : ..., ';
a system which... peals in Miami, JackeomdlleOrlando -
A&M Church and held
has denied Negro A- Ft.
their pledge service
II aI mericans the enjoyment MYsr St. Petersburg
in the Student Union,
of their constitution. Daytona Beach and Tam-
al rights as citizena pa will all be openedby Building at A&M the
I Wilkins added that April 15. following Wednesday

I "both men have made evening.

ruthless and unrelenting H'
: use of their station -

and to
I the
prevent United You Seek Tk. Bert Deeter
States of,America from When Yoga Doctor PreeartbeGet .
acting to correct the i Experienced PkmBirfeif
MAKES/ SKIN BLEACHES iniquitous system To Fill YowAccofdisg Prwai9tle..'. .
which eebltters 18 j To Yow .Dltlll'
OLD FASHIONED"tightens Orders. We UM Omly
million Americans jnd -(:
: .
.ra.. Tfce Be! 0uJ.Uy. DnII-. "Ai
embarrasses our nation Dr. C. E. BUck
world.before" the free *v Proprietor I KEN KNIGHT :

dark spots Senators Rassell and 3' REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE !OIILILLY'S -1aY tII Yen To LUten'To -'_

I/4 ., perfect base powder %k o1ri fla : that Talmadge. D"r.: ..,.have.. Mays charged i a"biased. DRUG STORE .. 'lrUiGIIT TRAIN" ,:' ::

..un.acs..,. Road MCt
'JIr.1'dM oowiteredby 'ELIIa --Iut'.I At 7:00 P. ML IffM -
A .
# LINE OFtCoemttteg
string that Dr.distimidshed. ; Bihber Goede Ci *iti. ..a-s. .

uladur"S of pow+e's *ef e o,arhe l.r'.wb the S erM .' ..lI..r. .... ..
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L' .r* Sunday, At 2:00 P. M.,

Sunday will be another major league! day ift
Jacksonville, when the Detroit Tigers meet th*

.Kansas City Athletics, both of the Aaaeripan :
Jacksonville Baseball Park home
League in the I IBy
of the Jax Jets at 2 v.msThe .: '
Detroit Tigers the catching: with such ,t#. C. Parham Johnson

managed by Bob 'pitchers ',as Herbert, : .Y .c LIVING IN A TOWN with no baseball team la like
Scheffingfoxwr oz Keegan, Andy Carey, ) *; g4
living in a place with no lights. In one case
league catcher and Dick Williams, Ken .k LtAt a person is not able to see where he is goin g

Chicago Crabs managerx111 Johnson, and others t ."r : and in the other, he has no place to go. It is
field with e :kt. r9t4
a team who have been well '
than to in after
more delightful go a days
celebrated stars !', seasoned with the
sttch. I work, take a bath, eat supper and pull out for
aSfRoc q' Colavito campaign wars o f the baseball park. To hear aman ,say he doesn't

Billy Bruton, Chuck major League baseball. like baseball is like hearing a wonan say shed

CottierHarry, Chitti Just how well they :ct! jsn't like flowers. In either case it is
Nom Cash, Al Kaline, will,be ,able to hold N strange, odd, unnatural and unbelievable.If he

I Don Hossi and several the}? own when the 3 fix4 doesn't like baseball by a 11 means he should
others who have stood ,season opens will be \3 .4 Atth like some other form of sports. I

i high in the annals of ,seen. > DO YOU KNOW'where the most perfect baseball

baseball throughoutthe The fans in Jackson- : Y game is played? Well, it is played in t'h e
years. ville await the coming j; grandstand and in the bleachers. can always

Each year the Tigers < of the two majorleague.teams.1hecrowd hear of a_ play that shouldn't have been made,

have been a threat in or a certain ball the pitcher shouldn't have

the league and the at the park Sunday thrown. "If that had been me, I, would have
1961 team appears to will have a chance to caught that ball. That was an easy out." "That

be rounding into see two fine clubs inction. .. man had no businesji running, he should have
J shape. Whatever the stayed on that base.That man should have caught

Tigers will', have to NBA UGHTHEAVYWEIGttr that ball. He had no business striking at that
_ offer in the way of Cepecfo 1st (right) who'meet in CHAMPION Harold Johnson, (left) and Von Clay, ball. If I was the manager I would have done a
a title go at the! Philadelphia Arena April ,
Jackson 24
competition little
have their contract different. When I was playing ball such
vine fans will havean checked by-trio'of former boxers during signing "
I and such was the case.
May. Win Flag ceremonies last Tuesday week. Former ring greats shown from left
opportunity to see. are:
EVERYTHING IS PERFECT when the is playedin
Dan Bucoeroni game
(heavyweight) Gil Turner .
( )
The teams are coming middleweight and Bob the grandstand have no errors.One will
Ariz. With Montgomery (
stretch' PHOENIX, ex-lightweight champion).
into the home
Orlando Cepeda back .. always find big league players who were stars
now in the exhibition at his old first base r- In the days when the first bounce was out, under
games and the players I Giant Covington the house was out, in the garden was out
position, former -
will be bearing down Bill I and over the fence was out. When the play e r
s pilot Rigney Holding PostBRADENTONFla.
with all they have. feels that the caught the ball as it rolled off, the: house or
The Kansas City has fell from the, tree in the yard was out The only -
Francisco team
U I ,been tabbed the suriprise -' 1 could San all the .-Even errors of the game were when the owner of

team of the 'go another wayin though he reported in the ball failed to show up or the player t a k-

I American League.Baseball winning this late due to a hold out Y,Y '3rw t ing his ball because he couldn't be the pitcher.The .

experts believethe pennant feels year.Rigney that lS ege,Milwaukee Braves managers of the game were the mothers who

Athletics will all his successor Alvin leftfielder. Wes Cov- A"Y. stoppe i the game :to make the boys go home and
field -a much better : Dark need Is Cepe-, ington seems to be' do their work.The umpires were the men and women .
team than the averagefan Manager Chuck Dressen who yelled at the boys about tearing up
da at his old position
is looking for- ; fS main choice for their fences and flower ,yards going after
and one .more good
ward to.The owners of Whatever the outer garden spot. a'0. .a balls. Those! were ,the good old days of the major I

the club have said: bullpen man.for thisear's Even though Covington league stars, who can always tell you h 0 xth3nga
they, are determinedto plans club is being pushed :Y happened when they played ball.
put.a team in Kansas I" best at, CepedaPlars first hard by Lee Maye who I IE7 WHEN THE BASEBALL SEASON gets underway, the,

City that will be .. base Rigney inti- was sent, back t. o, p& Jacksonville Jets will be poison to somebody.In /, .

\ able to hold.its.own. mated.MORE,. ,Louisville last year, watching" intra-wquad game recently,there
The A'a has one of Dressen says that he .E.GBQiFt1H' BENNy(DD) PABEr were many interesting things to notice. The

he- best catchers in RESEARCH We're has to ,go along with pitchers seemed to have their stuff working,
aseball.Clint Court- now spending $12 billion a Wes on basis of his KAYOES CHAMP. Connecting with a solid left the batters were hitting to all corners of the
and that's expected to hook followed vicious hand smashto
year- by a : right
is able to handle record. field and home runs were the special menu of
ey .
double the Sixties!
-. during the jaw, Sidle Griffith of New York won the I' -
the The
i Maye however seems day. big'bata were swinging and the
also to be a much im- world, welterweight championship in 1:11 of- balls were landing in all corners of the park.
the 13th round from (Kid) Paret of Cuba
proved player this Benny THE 'CLUB IS WELL FORTIFIED with some hard
season, Dressen s, Saturday night in slugging brawl at Miami hitting catchers.' Fred White looked mighty good ;
in noting that Lee is Convention Hall.It was the first kayo ever administered behind' the bat and with the bat.fie helped himself -

working harder.He has Paret. to home runs. The little catcher Moncionis

thrown a runner out at a wizard behind the bat and you can believe
the plate on a play CAMPING it when you hear it, that this fellow can hit

from left field and Uses Stop Watch If you've used up all your that ball.He looks to ba about 5 feet 5 inches

has made several spec for Itch ReliefMrs. insect repellent, or left it back tall, but he is a giant in his position, and
tacular or,a r-t h. e- home, and the bugs are 'givingyou what an arm he has.
should; catches: deep .A.Z.Grade says: I thoughtI a bad time, this tip is wortha SOME OTHER PLAYERS WHO looked mighty-gpod were
of mind
would fo out my with
defensive gems. poison ivy itching. Then at',my try. Attach some pieces of Juan Nunez,Bernie SinmsDon Bush,Charles Forte
friend Helen' .suctettum. I string to your hat band. String and several others. The entire squad looked so
Tetterine. My husband
bought should be long enough so thatit
in ,checked the time bit it is hard to will .left when
I ran : on hangs down 'over the brim. good, tell who be
in time at
Watch This down top watch. Well no
alL the'itch-was rone.'Tetterine The dangling action as you move the final axe is wielded. Many of the playerson
1965334799Z315 equally! furface wondetful rasb.csema.for fast aih-relief keeps the flies.flying. the squad at ,present looks like they are
lete'e foot and innocuous insect, (Try for a $50 prize. Send headed straight to Houston.From the spectators
bites: U your druggist cannotyon' your tip to A.A. Contest, Sports
.supply tend 764'to Shup- viewpoint, it is a hard -task to say who will
; Afield, 959 8th Ave. New York
2 3 Inns Company,Savannah,Ga. 19, N.Y.) remain through the 1961, season It appears from

If ytor tfraffbt caiMt sw yttJUW 4 5 here that Jacksonville is in for a very fine

.u>In *HAttC TUM.MATES r.a.ca 34CTF7*StyanatK rim I 6 ,7X3947 season.
JAKE HAGAN FINALLY SHOWS, UP after! many questions
had been asked about hln. Jake is a local -

26375473SI YOU CAN'T BUY A FINER boy who is getting .a good look over by the

-d astl.n Y.9 'qAsr1l.r powers. that be. Jake came in late and was sent
b'. ins to the sent in to pitch
{ n. dII, Rbb..bN. KENTUCKY BOURBON directly dugout. was
: wdcs It ell .ee.L and he did a remarkable job,yes, he had a home
:: : : A run hit on him but what pitcher hasn't it he
l.d + has ,pitched at all? Four home runs had been

ssa. Me' bayt1.1rs hit before ;the went in to pitch.After to settled

N i b.nd down there were no more home runs._ Jake did

',% ZIr : well for, his first chance in a Jax uniform:
11 1 r1a. 1IJW1'a' Dears Ire 1ha- h5;
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".. : ., ... :.' n:,' ., .' 'r ,'. \', .. IKEFLORIDA STAB Saturday, April 8. 1961OttK .
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.OFF THE BLOCK -' .. ," -,

j .By JAY. JAY. : .'I NORMANDY OPEN SUN.12uooa
.. .. '
By the looks of folk' : .
i in the Easter Parade ,- >: .
there is not any type
of boycott or,campaign-
against Most'ot buying downtown the I .. MONEY BACK GUARANTEE

school teachers we sax.
wore new hats and the1,
like.Some of them male'
say they sent. out of -. 1 1a.
town for the new stuff ?;, PLENTY OF FREE PARKING
but we saw many; of .
them tipping out of
the downtown stores. '. .-'. .
A group is only as .
strong as the.so-

called The Palms leaders.has decided FINAL EASTER I
to call it quits "

and for a Associates spell Ben Bart have I .

closed down for a'

Rock spell and The Roll! next attraction big-I S. BIG BONUSSAVINGS

will be, held at I
the Coliseum ana Sunday '
night. The minis- !
ters will have heapsof
competition .for the

coins into which the collection usuallygo Everything First Quality UseS Our Convenient Lay-Away Plan No Membership NecessaryBOYS'

plate. ,,
Ed Charles passed
thru on his way to a new taste of wNS.. pv .S 4C (
the West Coast. The
Milwaukee former Jax property Brave and is smart fashionsSPRING Y

being sought by Washington -

of 'the American ) iV4
League Ed left the .
Blue ; ': pasjrjfi :( ;12vi Bre&Compare --"
Thunderbird with :
? ei SHIRTS thru summer
his madam the former _
Carolyn Riley.. .Speak-
ing of baseball play- ||yASHABL.E AND DOUBLE '. DRESSES"Compare w
era, and dollsone of
the Pirate farmhandshad
a guest in town INVADE FOR LASTl GCOM
last week-end.She upset ,
: 3
tORTfilffi -
every spot. The at $S.q9 F 4 I, t1 1
t : 'c. .v.* ;.
barflies at the Trop- a
icanna' had caniptions, ASSORTED 51 p L .y
over her 111 tell lIlilueR BARSANDiilir: : A wonderfully large selection to ,
just so muchher name t ..- J K4-----: *: ," -' -f-'a feiqWES -'" choose from prints, solids( J I
is Barbara. and she is and pattern in classic shirtwaist ,
from Atlanta.Wendell and novelty styles. Choote from s ,
Holmes of Holmes and I IK AOF 1 sheath or full -skirts.. Cottons
West Morticians had cupionis, printed taffetas' with L
as his guest this week COLORS ,white backgrounds also blue,turquoise
his dad of' Brunswick. I and lilac prints. Sizes 7 :' .
Georgia Mae Henry is I .- to 15, 14 to 20, 14'/2 to 24'/.
at home She has been'
confined to Brewsterj,
,Hospital for a'.couple lampshade...$embrere--t0l8tcope, coolUs

.der sick is list.Ede9lexan-i in. the NAS Infirmary '!:. .. NOVELTY BEACH HATS

Barbara Heed had tomake .Nab.,ral l cocoa braid beach:hats in:lampshade ., SWIM TRUNKS
a quick trip down sombrero, telescope and coolie_l.atr"I.
in the bottom to fetch Fitted with rainbow colored,,rayon 8' 8'
her son.Little Wayne a. tricot scarves drawn through brass.. loops. Compare up fa$' '| ,|
Gregory Smith took in One size fiti allWomen's ,
.- ... 1 ,
the sights on the .ee bee arses .1e a. -ease -, ear ewe

BlocksHis, wSmitty"popGeorgeSmith t o e' '.:' -and Misses1, colorful. S QUAUTT KNITTED My
everybody,took him and .'* WIT H SHORT LEGS | I
his mother out to seat ; COMES IK BLACK tAK GOLO
the sights. I ; ; ,
Digit fans are 'as hot J : SLIPPERS OLIVE, BLUE, OTHER COLOR*

as old nick.. Seems as
though the bankers cordurOy :
pulled a fast one last 'oJ.
week.News franCastro- TERRY-CLOTH
land was delayed until .. sires 4 PTO:jo .. A rriinbow of ,C'
Sunday. The faithfuldid ' not like that deal with foam .rubber soles. 'Blue;*Slick' : CABANA SETS

at all. or..ROM.,
Many people are ask' CB.V/

ing us why is it thatwe ..... ... .
-. .- er r rr er rt er -- -
said nothing about e" -

the doctor's wifethe .S Seersucker: -Woven Chino-DuckGIRL'S S a e 1 1 SP
doctor and all of that :
jazz. Let's face it. '1 'FANCY tfTSfc
Sure we heard the JAMAICAS AND SHORTS : IS
trash and we termed SIZES SMALL, MEDl U

it utter gossip.files When Compere at$U99 and$8.99 S LARGE ANCX EXTRA LARGE
someone a complaint 2 2
and it becomesa See this fafctrfettt array: ef colon'and '.'rlel.. sr sucker, :,
matter of record, vdtifl chino, Md duck' sfiortsand )amaicH afros with *' .
donut worry, wefll <"" Sckiffli triM and' rape belts. $Ix.. 7 to 14. *' C.B.V. VAT DYED OOOBLE STJTCHED SEAMS
print every word of
.., Ids rr arse errs s sent tr setae awl meet .-.
it.Her '
name is Idella, r-,'. MEN'S CHINO PANTS
she any is from other Savannahvia stops Guaranteed for S-YEARS. Foot

She is spoken for and. "
that's all you need"" ,GARDEN HOSE
to know. What am I' ev Men's China Pbnt ut for Pcrjfitf| Fit
talking about? Just,;
another one of the : : Double Stitched S : Urill Pockets
pretty gals in town.. Cornet t&&. ,:? C
.Glad to see our friend % ..... e4Ht4c fifdM hoe.eyaraiiteed fer five ::.. x 97 VllDycd Sonforixd&puWy Washable
the former Hattye Sue AM ferfy feM M f with Wm, 1Ia1L u.s...AtAP. PomN of Strain
Lemon in town Sorry: ........' ..CI.V. -f Reinforced tit AH
that she had to coseon ,; .
nch a sad mission'
.as' the fmeral of her;

'goes sister out Our to.sympathy D. A. 7890 NORMANDY fjA.ELi! 48th St. Between Pearl & MainCM! ,ra.enn r&7 .
,and Mafaaily a. ...K."..
Jat v.
awt the u a timely .....
IrisM : '
,.f hie wife. NORMANDY BOULEVAPD STORE OPENlSWififtY 12 6 T.M OPEN I ONDAY-SaTURDftY 9:30: 1 ft.M.-10 1 P.M. ,.rtHt;, ,..ea.....,.tIcIr Y'N. ,,I
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