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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 3, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

Notes

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- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 3, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00411

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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Representatives
of the most brutal murders ever perpe-
held closed-door in the Ritz Theatre
trated in local crime history occurred Mond ay meeting

night when an attractive 26-years old woman building last Wednesday to discuss plans for : a rk

received multiple stab wounds inflicted by a registering a protest against the Daylight Food
old Stores as a result of the.recent firing of five
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Harris at approximately Union but it is felt Eyed CloselyQuestions
that their firing was
9:45 p.m. was Miss
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whether or not Jax'spublic 1r
the
Astor Place Held in-): management learned
that they had shown swimming pools i
county jail facing would be opened this
some interest: join-
murder
charges is RuiI
the union.Most of year were officially J
dine Andrews, 43, of) ing answered Thursday when -
the workers it
1750 Pearce Street. was
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saidwere employed at George Robinson, director
Duval County detectives of recreation .4' '
the 21st and Myrtle r ,; ;
L W.C. Mosley and Avenue store. ..' told.a STAR ..representative ---- wwro L e
Fred Blair said Andrews '
that .-the city
Union sources said 1
admitted ;; stab-::: that.'Daylight has discouraged -. pools 'vould, open on ;: : :q't
.e, bing Miss toll with'ahunting unionization June 10.When t

knife following whether
of its workers and has asked .
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an argument. maintained an unfair the city would close

Andrews is said to hiring and firing the pools if integra- ..

have then left Miss tion attempts were Y ..
MISS GLORIA HILLS policy for its em- f
Hill's residence and ..Slaying I ployees.It madeRobinson quipped,
went to his home VictimF was understood "no commentJ"Rumors

where he called city .F ; that the union leaderswho .concerningJacksonville's r-- r
police and surrenderd. recreational -
met Wednesday

FINAL. RITES SATURDAY night discussed plans. facilities had ;
A reached a simmering
A to place economic
Miss Hills was a native r
when the city
point
'Jacksonville .tt: pressure on the g ro-
-(': decided to adhere toa
chain in the absence -
cery
and had lived here nor .
court order
.'p'... of picketingasa federal I,..
her life. She wasa ------ -
..,., sympathy move in earlier in the year
member of laura St. ,
Church. h favor of the workers which banned segrega- PASSING DEEPLY MOURNED-Leading men of the craft from all areas of the

Presbyterian Mrs. i l; until such time as tion of the races at state_ paid final homage to their beloved leader last Friday afternoonin
Surviving are:
all city-owned and when the of C.H. }.!ost Master
Martha Hills, mother the store workers are Quincy remains Henrr, Worshipful Grand '
; RUDINE ANDREWS
Clarence Hillsfather able to have a union operated recreational of the Free and Accepted Masons of Florida were laid to rest following
...Alleged Slayer
facilities. final rites*. In master craftsmen conduct
daughters, Ingrid L. representative bargain impressive top photoleading
and Ann lanett Hills; Gov. Holds with the stores.In Feeling has been:running ceremony. Photo 2 from top shows various lodge representatives in the

addition, a reli- high among' :N e g- church. Third picture: The remains of the Most Worshipful Grand Master
sons Sammy nd Cla-
a ConfabTALLAHASSEEAlthough able source indicated roes since 1't.; ..was are shown lying in state. (PHOTOS BY DANIEL MARTIN)
rence Hills; Carrie Secret that the NAACP Youth learned that the ,city
Bell, Earnestine, and fathers moved'most:of
Council considering Alabamians Priests
Barbara Hills, sis. was Negro
the outdoor equipment
the chainas Man Killed
Daylight While ; .
ters; Douglas Hills, no comment was given its next important from Springfield Park Likened To Total H2 In U. S.

brother; and a host following its outcome, target because of its in acceding to the Negro Indicted NEW'ORLEANS
of other relatives. it is speculated that demands of a few white Arch-

Funeral services will Gov. Farris Bryant employment policy of die bards who resented Slave Owners bishop EgidioVagnoKi,

be held Saturday at secret meeting with little or upgrading seeing Negro and JtLNNAClifford; the apostolic delegateto

2 p.m. in Hill-Pratt local officials of Negro personnel. white youths engagedin Iron, 73- year old LINCOUJ U., Pa.-.A the United States,

chapel the Rev. F.D. Wednesday dealt with A Council spokesm sports play at Jackson County' Negro, high NAACP official expressed gratification -

Wilson,pastor of laura pointed out that not Springfield. has been indicted by said Governor John that there are
the bus desegregationefforts
St. PresbyterianChurch one of the Daylight the Jackson County now 112 Negro priestsin
of homeward According to Robinson Patterson mead the
officiating. stores in the Negro grand jury on charges the U. S. as compared -
bound Negro college 15 "no ccement"an4 funeral service for
Interment i n Duval areas has promoted any Burns'reported threatto of haying fatally shota in Alabama" to only seven
students. of its democracy in 1941. *
Negro employees old Alford
Jail It was reported that close the pools, a 56-year this week by his
Space to Arriving here May 4
manager o r assistant white man. ,
the secret meeting concerned public is failure to protect an the prelate ordained
manager.He It was reported that .
principals with the presently assuming a integrated group of
UnlimiteIJACKSONHiss. added that Day- seven Divine Word
the body of Marlin
watchful wait and
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governor were James light takes.millions see bus riders.Dr. m1slionairielinclud-
.- Forty executive'schief attitude. Melvin, a milk truck John A. Morsel
five
Kynesthe
of dollars out of the ing Negroes to
found
driverwas hanging -
four "Fr edan Riders" assistant, and; Negro area each year Mayor Haydon Burns told a Lincoln University the priesthood. The
out of the door
out of 52 arrestedare Police Chief Frank and turns it back to has been quoted assaying student audience ordinations took place
remaining in Jail Stoutaad.ro. the'pools won't of his car on U.S. 90 that Patterson underspored -
the carnality in the at Bay St.LouLsMisa., 1
here and police have Although Florida ASM font of a few subordinate be integrated but""exactly about seven miles 16.eastof "Alabama's and comprised the

reported that the iris students are now Jobs and occasional what method will here on May failure t o protectthe largest maber of Negroes -
: to Sheriff
unlimited Jail leaving for sass er advertisements be used to ,keep then According bus passengers" ever ordained

space available to 'vacation,student body in. progress segregated vase n o t Barkley hat been Cause, with Iron by announcing in effect together in the United

handle others who president William sade ,public by the riding that unpopular ..States

night be taken into lax-kins said he knew bet we have Mayor of any ether Kelvin Iron was apprehended views on segregation

custody, it was disclosed of no plan to wise : city.. official. frcaa wooded will not be allowed."In executive secretary.,
area shortly after and in "the South
is
Thursday.A a bus desegregation IYOU IN A .' this, treading -
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spokesman for COBS. Movement. sisong students uwp11AICA Sea StH Values'On the shooting.No native scores of similar instances the same path used

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: .: THE FLORIDA STAR "Politics As UsualBy .

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". Eric O. Simpson .

Published. by The Florida Star Publishing Co. The lively, spirit of President Kennedy's New

-Member of Associated Negro Press" Frontier is evident in all the varied ascecta ,

of government activity. -

ERIC O. SIMPSON..............................................Managing Editor The contrast with "- j .

ALYSON E. WISE.......................N............................News Editor the do-nothing Repub- which follow show the

HILDA WOOTEN........................................Circulation Manager i41 lican administration great change which has
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MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: .'
years is particularly President Kennedy's

2323 Moncritf Road....................................Phone Elgin 4-6782 $ I strong in the various new Democratic admin-

Mailing Address: .. L regulatory agencies istration took officein

These January The firstis I
s P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida agencies were
set up to protect a roundup reprinted ,

SUBSCRIPTION RATES consumers and th e from the
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One Year, $5.00; Half Year, $3.00 public interest.Under Washington Post. The
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the GOP administrationfrom second presents extracts -
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FLORIDA STAR-P. O.Box 561-JACKSONVILLE 1. FLORIDA 1953 througi I960 from a classic
roost of them were statement by Newton

Lunch Counter SettlementPaves notable examples of Minownew Chairman of

slowmoving bureaucracy the Federal Communications -

Way To UnderstandingThe at its most ex- Commissionto
asperatingThe radio and TV broad

lunch counter situation involving service i41t actions casters.

of Negro patrons at the lunch counters of I t.f\ they s:g Reactions to the

the various variety, drug and department stores did takes Minow statement showa

has, from all appearancesbeen settled amicably t r e erne d A { sharp clevage.The .
and peacefully. dominatedby shortsighted

i Of course, there is always the possibility th e response of some elements -

that some minor disturbance might arise,fro interestsof of the broad-

I the opening of lunch counters to Negro patrons g1ti the in- casting industry was

as a result of ill-advised actlmby some partyor d u stries reported editoriallyby

parties of either racebutas it stands now, '. they were eflcraorlsupposed the New York Timeson

the issue has been peacefully resolved even to regulate.The Kay 21 as follows:

though all the demands_ have not been fully met. EVIL SJI \!)U\.S GViJJI..i .\M\ t two articles tIThe counterassaulton
There is still the matter of the 'Jim-crow' Newton N.Kinownew

signs on toilet and drinking fountain facilities -
I -. Chairman of the
which many Negroes have strong objection Your Weekly Federal ComraunicatLons
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to..And it is hoped that the store managersand ,' Commissionhas

operators of various businesses which carry T : Guide begun.
___i Horoscope Because of his
I such signs will voluntarily remove then and forthright indictment

1I prevent the need for agitation. : t-- WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR of much of televisionas
The lunch counter issue was finally settled
,
a 'was t eland
BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL ,
after negotiation between the NAACP Youth Coun-
lobbyists of the
cil and leaders and the Community Advisory -
h Negro .
By PABLO Th. ASTROLOGER broadcasting industryare
I Committee formed under the auspicies of ;
now determined to
r 1: the Jacksonville Area Chamber of Commerce.... "
thwart
r" the
which only shows that many of our most explosive ARtES: \..'.....,..; ..._; longoverdue -

"' problems can be settled when Negro and Born March 21st tarn_April*19C" l more apt to meet with All the things that r;"'..,. 1 '. "," '!--j r..7:. 1"", his reorganization of

Ii; white representatives. sit down and discuss the You can now apply success when they are have to be done this ,I infallible ing procedures.agency's operat-"
,c: issues exerted on the 9th and week should tackled Loving ways are -(
your knowledge along On the other
when wish hand
'1 For years now the FLORIDA STAR has been creative and inventive late 13th. What you earlyand with vigor, the ,
preaching the need for white and Negro leadersto lines should be hearlate 11th or early in order to be finished to obtain a favor or Washington Poston
you
t t ention. May 22 reports a
I personal a
before the
14th
open a line of communication and to come so minded The 9th is 12th, may have more
highly enthusiasticand
this
together to discuss the racial and other problems I one of your more validity than what is when Mercury embarkson You can apply
favorable
that confront us in this community.Regretfully I splendid days for the proposed on the late a retrograde voyage theory, and utilize the responsefrom
to listening
native charm
it took outbreak of violence You can obtain your
an that utilization of mechanical 12th or early 13th.
utmost the 9th public.The Post'says:
considerable assist the ,on
coat us lives and many dollars, and left some"wounds and other outstanding 330551594351LEO "Of
The more than 2000
and and late 13th.
ance enlightenment
that will heal slowly.
aptitudes.Be basis for re-estab- letters already received -
Three days before the terrible out break of. from legal sourcesor
prepared to make thenecessary Born July 23rd thru Aug. 23r4. stable as a result of
from the one who is lishing more
1960 we wrote in the issue dated August 27, inquiries'it Kinow's

(the day of the riot) ,in part, as follows: interesting Job or Determined adherenceto linked to you for home and economic conditions ,- the National Kay 9 speechto Asso-
life or for, mutual may be a t
"Despite the relative calm that exists here commercial original plans and
opPortunities gain (9th and 13th). hand on thellth12th.The ciation of Broadcasters -
the Negro people in Florida,and particularly have been broygit procedures that have ,600 have been .I
Jacksonville faced with and in successful There are possibilities dawn of a new I
are many, some to your attention.Social proven. up carefully processed.
cases, more of the problems that have in many obligations could till now,is definitely that a friend creative and pleasurable Of these only

instances have led to unrest in other parts of soon impose extremely I desirable.The 9th, could furnish a prom- cycle is likely seven
are opposed to his
the country Such unrest has resulted here because heavy burdens on Hth, and late 13th, ising lead regarding to rise on the 13th.
you. appeal for better
The
of the failure of both white and Negro 910881337918TAURUS offer the more favor- employment or other 15th is one day
when programs and more
citizens to sit dawn and discuss the problems able periods,when opportunities important opportunities deceptions are
in a sincere attempt to solve them. 1 backingand (11th-12th). Delays only too apt to catchup public service IV."
ELECTION STRAWS
It is indeed a pity that the business lead- .Born April 20th thru May 20th I profits should be rejectionsself with you

ers of this 'community give little consideration It could cost fartoo I yours for the asking. deceptions may lower 6-80-44-12-67-784. One way of testing

to the welfare ( our needs, rights and much, these days, to Your decisions may be your morals, and 1 PISCES party atrengthbetween

aspirations) of the Negro people but instead pay for the materialsand biasedor influenced, physical resistance, Born: Feb. 19th thrn March 0tli elections is to weigh

only think of us only in terms of the dollars ,services that may to your detriment, (early 13th and 15th the declarations of

that can be squeezed out of us." N e gotiation be required to carryout early on the 13th and Lean on your backers. There is a possibility partisan affiliation

and discussion of local race probleas has come certain home- on' the 15th. 2-90-99-16-34-291 that there are which many states re-

somewhat late. But at the old saying goes, building or improve- 1-70-33-17-23-173 many loose ends to quire of registering
CAPRICORN tie
"better late than never" ment, operations. The Born Deo. 22nd thru Jan. 19th up before you carifeel voters. The New York

We only hope that the degree of success that 9th, nth, 12th, and Born Aug24th VIRGO thru Sept 23rd the reassured as to state figures for
has been experienced in the lunch counter issue late 13th are themost The signs indicate efficacy of your 1960, Just released,

will encourage the Jacksonville Area Chamber propitious; periods for Do not tarry on the that you should go planning. Choose the clearly foreshadowed

of Commerce to set up more projects or conferences the display; of initiative way if you are on the all out to 'completethe 9th and late 13th Kennedy's victory

involving Negro citizens that work and financial trail of an important ambitiousprograms when you feel that there last fall.

toward interracial understanding and the utilizing acumen. Check on official objective. Sparkling you may have set for your efforts have The Democratic partywas

of the Negro talents-as well as his regulations opportunities to advance yourself The days reached the stage chosen by

sweat- -on a more equitable or reciprocal legal barriersor the your career, when productivity and when they can producethe 3,394,000 for the Republicans -

basis ., integrity of assoc- business and financial substantial monetary desired results. and 99,000 ,

All in all, things are looking better i n iates with whom you interests are quite returns should b e The cycle that is for the Liberals. The

Jacksonville and there seems to be a bright swill have to cooperate .in evidence on the high may be the 9th inaugurated on the Liberals generallyvote i

future ahead for all of us if we would free early 13th and 15th. 9th,12th and late on and late 13thThellthfavors 13th is one when you with the Demo

ourselves offear and look toward the New 770991956795GEMINI the 13th. Should you creative endeavors may expect outcomesto crats on national affairs -

Frontier that envisions peace need additional longrange be made known in' but not alwayson
prosperity and per-
planning and social the
near future. local.The combined
the dignity of all human sonnel
or
beings. a partner,
Porn May 21st"Htra June: 21st to get goingbe pastimes of an agree- 2-40-11-19-48-241 Democratic and Liberal
par-
able nature. Be
on vote thus exceeded .
The ticularly discriminateand
plauetary influences
your guard against the GOP by 473.000.SCORPIO .
TRICK OF CHOICE are about thorough in mak- overreaching your economic III'Mivin .

evenly dividedmaking ing the right selec- s,. :: ..
t.
goals,as thereis 'I :in. on !:-! Born Ort. 24th thru Xov. tnd
tion.490ll1849491
.
In cosBunities. the it desirable for you danger of loss and
many debate about
what You still have time You
to throw weighton be
your may trying to
the schools self- delusion (early
public should teach continues
almost the side of the SAGIn'ABIUSBoJD 13th and 15th). to get your ideas or delude yourself into ,
unceasingly. Ideas the
on subject
widely divergent. There ea.e to be are favorable ones. The ,_ H y. 23 thru Dec. 21; .. 51)0881585581"Men's projects called to believing that he who
general 9th,10thand late 13th the attention of those travels alone through
agreement in molt places, however, that the furnish the highlights Day Are Num"ered" who can do something life,travels fastest.
schools not
are as good as they might be---as
of the quarter, .when positive aboutlaunching Talk with a friend
0
they ought to be, in a world of growing complexity ;you Health and ,Fortune Can Be Yours them on the scale who is unquestionably,
may project your
The fact that there are many different ideas ideas and'personality When You Know your Lucky Days, Lucky .... which they deserve.Use .- devoted to you in
in that Colors Etc. a combination of every wayon the llth
will
as to what should be taught leads see personsto ways
direct and behind-the and ISJbh. This
bring credit could
conclude that all subjects are of more or you and
recognition. Send $2.00 for your : scenes approaches to prevent a grievous
less 0
equal importance.This be true-but it
may 550771775571CANCER Horoscope Guide get things moving(9th, erroron the 15th,whe n
also say be an easy way of evading decisions. For .T-"
nth late .
and 13th) you may be laboring
A pertinent remark was made by Dr. John R. June under
Should into
Everett when he was installed as first chancellor Bent June 22nd 'this t'o I you come very deceptive
July 22nd, Fill in the blank below and mail 1"" substantial means, or influences. The
best
of the new City; University in New York: .ZODIAC Post Office Box 561 '
-
Hake if already days to do this
discreet inquiries yon possess would,
"In times such these
as a dollar wasted on Jacksonville 1 Florida 00
if considerable assets, be the 9th and late _
you are interested ,.
the tkmecsssary or the frivolous or the obsolete .
,
in (' do nat eopardize them 13th, when excellent
finding safer
is a dollar spend in aiding the enemies Name ,
\ for what-
opportunities
any reason
depositories for ; co uld
of free, dignified huoan beings."The trick is your
soever, on the early appear frog what
yourcasjidocuaentsorother Street __ seems
to decide what is
unnecessary or frivolous or like
13 h and the 15th.R20551421825. nowhere
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obsolete. It is a trick educators have not possessions. I
Your Date of Birth -... :
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'June 3, 1961 THE FLORIDA STAB: Page Three

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PupilsSet :; .'


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On Friday; evening,at
!
I 7:30June 2piano and .
\ violin pupils of ParisL.

..i'.t.. r L : Davis will s
.y ._ II appearin
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r.1'J a recital The event
p:. : LOUISE G. GUINYARD-' will take place in

:::. j the assembly room of
t ,, .' ,
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> the Afro-American
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Insurance. Bt .1d1ng.

We have'wonderful news from Mrs Alonzo Pupils to participate

i Cunningham of Bainbridge, Georgia concerning in the recital will l

-arch'marriage of her daughter, Thelaa beDottie Joy Parson,

j Louise, to Charles Henry Browning of Milltown Diedra Thompson, GailCaton

New Jersey. La Rose Jones, 3

Mrs Browning is currently serving as head Paula Joyce Davis

l circulation librarian at A&M Elizabeth! Wilson,

Sherry Pierce, Shahs
Mrs Browning is currently serving as head PierceRobert BradleyLtHerchie

circulation librarian. Florida A&H University
F r a zie r,
; and is well-known in the library profes- .
Peter Knox
Joyce
sion. She has held positions at Prairie View ,
HamiltonEvelyn Cope-
State College and Atlanta University.
land Patricia Lewis
t Mr. Browning, an alumnus of New Jersey State Roxanne, IszardAlonzo,
I) College and the Institute of Medical Technology

is associated with the United States Veterans DavisBeverly Bradley
Marilyn Altord,Yyorme ...
Administration Hospital in New Jersey, the
state in which the couple will reside. Richardson, 'Ernestine SOCIAHT1SS! ORGANIZE NEW GROUP--Latest to join Juts social whirl are the Vingt Quatre

Rand ]., Davis, Amies Social-Civic Club of socially prominent matrons who will blend
# # # # # # # # # # a group young sev-

r( It's a girl for ..Mr and }.I.rs.William Weathers-* Myra 'Maxwell, Sandra eral civic projects into their planned social activities. During their initial organiza-

R bee of 1556 West Twenty-first Streetbom rxtv DenefieldRenee Davis, tional meeting, the following were elected to officer postsMrs. Helen Scott Gibsonpresident -

morning, May 29, at Brewster Hospital. Janice Dixon, Wilma ; Mrs. Delores T. Mathews, vice presidentMrs.Alveta Bowmanrecording secretaryMrs.Yvonne .

Mrs. Weathersbee and the baby are doing well. Corbin, Janice Akery, R. Cato, corresponding secretaryMrs. Delores ShawtreasurerMrs. R.Virginia Long,

1' # # # # # # # # # # Yvonne Rogers' Carol business manager; Mrs. Mary W. Simpson, public relations director:and Mrs. Arie L.Norton,

Les Trieze Andes Bridge Club was entertained Singleton, Richardean chaplain. Seated in foreground are: Mesdames Yvonne R. Catoleft Alveta Bowman.Seated -

last Saturday evening in the Twelfth Street OliverWaymola Stone, from left: Mesdames R. Virginia Long, Delores Shaw, Helen Scott GibsonJewel Holloway,

I home of Mr. Margaret Sutton, new addition to Sylvia Mathis Joseph Janice Bell, Mary W. Simpson and Delores Mathews. Standing from leftMesdames Ruth James,

the club roster. MrS. Grace Singleton was the Jenkins Kenneth,Carolyn Reddick Johnson Peggy Norman, Arie L. Norton, Bettye Blaylock, Beulah R. FlandersSana Wamsley,Alice lake,
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and Geraldine Hargraves.
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guest.Mrs.
Johnson RobinForresterPhyll1i
Gloria (PHOTO BY AVERY'S STUDIO)
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Pauline Smith, Mrs. Doris Jonesand Mrs Gay. .
Carolyn Miller were awarded prizes for out- .

standing performance at the bridge tables. .'-': ::: .: -- --_. .-.--.. -.. Jax GuildTo Miss Simms To

Mrs. Ruth Bonner, Mrs. Winona Britt,Miss Ruth ; 1 I
.3 t Wed V!. A. Pierce
Broome, Miss Coatsie Jones, Mrs Van o rian Give Tea

Schell, Miss Gwendolyn Schelland Mrs.. Lillian
The J a x Guild's activities -
Singleton were among other members present. committees
# # # # # # # # #
are going all out to
Mrs. Charles B. McIntosh. and daughter Donna, make their annual mu-

are visiting in Hempstead, New York. They are : :. \ ,.. sicale-tea the
guests of Mrs Mclntosh sister and brother- ., .J J Ii program
n. most successful 5 n
in-law, Mr. and Mrs Albert Battiste of 163 .. b
the event's
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Elizabeth Avenue -- c 1 history.The
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# # # # # # # # # # place
i y Sunday June 11 from
Mrs. Hortense Brown had Mrs.Frances Walden as !
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2-4 in Kbenezer
guest player when she entertained The Charming pm.

Ladies Bridge Club last week-end at the Lincoln Methodist ChurchC1 ay ,
and Ashley Sts.
Golf and Country Club. .
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Mrs. Margaret Day and Mrs. Sophie White were '" program

high scorers for the evening. : J < ; r': .. ;: Mrs.nearing Mattie completion Mae Will-, i
:
Other members participating in the meeting .... .r- f, -.
included Mrs. Josephine Cleveland Mrs. Del nia iams,general chairman -...
P POPULAR DEAN RETIRES -A large attendance of co-workers and friends announces the following -
Brinson; Mrs. Hortense Brewington Miss Clevel Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
comprised of the Deans and Counselors of Duval County gathered in the program partici-
Cromartie and Mrs. Vermeil larkins
Glover. of 2JJJ7 Venus
home of Mrs. B. L. Coins, 1762 Venus Street May 26 to honor Mrs. Wil- pants: :
# *- #
# # -* # # # # Street, announces the
helmina J. Rutledge, retiring Dean. of ,Girls at Isaiah Blocker Junior Mrs. N. J. Greene,
Racing fans are looking forward to the "Grand engagement and
approaching
and buffet mistress of ceremonies
high school. Bridge, whist and pinochle were enjoyed a ;
Opening" of the ultra-modern of
grandstand at the luncheon was served. The honoree was presented a beautiful silver solos by Mrs. Ruth marriage
Daytona Beach Kennel Club on June 16.Described their daughter Ruth
Paul Revere punch bowl on behalf of the sponsors, with Mrs.Carolyn J. Devoe andJoseph John-
as "the showplace of the South" the Bettye Anne Simms to
new construction -
Miller, Douglas Andersonfs dean of girls making the presentation.Shown son. Mrs. OLLa Mae William Alexander

features threatre-type seating, a from left are: Miss Luvenia E. Solomonsponsoring group's chair- Caesar will supervisethe Pierce

beautiful Mezzanine and plush box seats overlooking man i Mrs. Joyce Lawson Mrs. S. Eloise Brooks, Mrs.Iris L.KnoxEdward offering, Mrs. son of Mrs.

the racing strip. Naturallythe finest Henderson,(the honoree) Mrs. Wilhelmina J. Ruttledge, Mrs. Carolyn J. Eliza Atwaterwelcome late Daisy Pierce and th e

in foods and beverages are available. The fabulous Miller, Rodell F. Roberts; Mrs. Florence T. Johnson, Mrs. Emma L'e e address, and Mrs. Lu- Tatum Pierce,

new showplace will be unveiled at an exclusive George, and Hiss Lucylle J. Glymp. cile Holmes, the re- 2850 6th Ave. South,

Press Party, Sunday night, June 4. (Royal Art Studio Photo) sponse. Mrs. Alice St. Petersburg, Fla.
,* * Johnson will give a The wedding will be

The lovely Ribault Road home of Dr. and Mrs.J. Girl Scouts reading.Rev. held June 17 at Simp-
YWfs Day CampStarts BIRTHSBirths
C. Downing was the setting for the most recent J. S. Johnson, son Methodist Church

meeting of The Smart Set Bridge Club.Mrs. Brownies To Meet June 12 pastor of St. Stephen Kings Road and Cleve-

1 Helen Toney and Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons x e revisiting at Brewster Hospital AKE Church, and Rev. land Street. Miss

players.Mrs. Girl Scout Troop 318 Day Camp for Girls Mr. and Mrs. Fred J.B.F.. Williams, hostpastor Simms is a graduateof

Vivian HolmesMrsGloria BrooksMrs.Joan and Brownies Troop sponsored by the Teen Lester, 1551'W. 9th c, will open and Stantm High School
249 of Mt.Ararat
Bap-
Spaulding, and Mrs. Lois Iszard were redpients tist Age program consnittee Street, Girl. conclude the program.Friends and Bethune Cooknan
Church will meet
Hr. and Mrs. Leonard College. She
of club prizes; and the majoredin
Tuesday June 6 from of the A. L. Lewis general ,
Mrs. Charlotte Stewart, Mrs Lola SchaLLMrs. Branch YWCA will McDonald, 951 West public are in- Music.
until 6:30
4:30 openon
Lewis Louise p.m. Ashley Street GirL Mr.Pierce is a grad-
Thelma and Mrs. Walton, Mrs in t he education June 12 and will vited.
Thomasina Kngram, and Mrs.Nellyvonne TRussell Mr. and Mrs. Norman uate of Gibbs Senior
building Mrs. J. E. last through July 7.
High school St.Petersburg
Southern
were among other members present. Thomas,2336 -
# *.* # # # Davis, troop leader, Mrs.F.D. Richardson! Avenue, Girl. Reconditioned Fla., and a
chairman of the
announced. 'plan-
Mrs. Lois Avery is credited for the delicious Mr. and Mrs.Clarence TV's & REFRIGERATORS former student of Be-
ning committee for
refreshments, beautiful prizes,and the wonderful this Brazil,1704 Kverson E-Z TIME PAYMENTS thune Cootean College
activity
: evening The Gems Bridge Club members spent Wedding Bells that the reports will Street, Girl. DAVIS SUPPLY CO. where he majored in

last Friday evening in her West Twentyfirst be one of camp the best Mr. and Mrs. Joe 1349 Davis St.-EL 4.5838 Physical Education.

Street home. Applications. for Marriage that the has Irvin, 911 Everson (Photo by Avery)

Mrs. Ruth Parrott, Mrs. Claudia Burris, Miss Licenses ever group Street, Girl. --- --' '.
planned.Mra.tfly-
Margaret Williams, Mrs. Kathyrn Robinson made Clay Bums, 1357 W. 22nd St, Hr. and Mrs. Thomas
24 and Willa M. Ray, 2 May St, seases Baety, Hr s.
up the guest list, and each received a lovely James L. Lewis are Mott,5032 Cleveland

gift from the hostess. 23.Lee E. Mallory, 375 S. Myrtle assisting MrsttLchard- Road, Boy.Honor .

Mrs. Zelma Johnson, Mrs lydia Sweetand Miss Ave., 21 and Edith F. Washington. son on the committee.

Marian Sutton were the happy recipients of.. 727 North St, 20. Crafts,swiaadng discussion GroupIs
Thos. Moore, 906 Jefferson Sl.
club prizes. 24 and Addienne T. Hartley, 717 groups'calis- Cited At t k;
Other members attending the meeting included Franklin St, 22. thenics, singing and ,

Mrs Alvinia Scriven, Hrs. ttyrtice ThomasMrs. Walter T. Anderson,' 1839 W. weekly trips to points Fla. NormalThe :

Marie McClain, Mrs Lillian Davis, Mrs Susie 2nd St, 21 and Ernestine L. of interest will be officers and H-r : ". ,::
Thomas 5240 Bunche Dr.. 17. mem-
Thomas and Hrs. Catherine Jackson., the
Edw. McBride, 1122 Haines St, aaong offerings bers of Florida Nor-
:
*w# .# *>* 19 and Rosalind Chester, 1226 for girls attending malts Alpha Phi Chap i /

L'Allegro Bridge Club enjoyed one of its Mcfcohnie St, 18. the month-long camping ter of Alpha Kappa Hu '.."

regular ajetings Saturday, Hq 20at the resi Johnnie B. Frazier, 212 Madin session Honor 1.
dence of and Hrs J. Alvin Clark St, 23 and Mary A Harris, SocietyareViola 1
kee Drive W. '2fY21 Dui 740 W. 5th St, 22. Girls between the Edwards, president, "
Wm. D. Mixon, 1217 W. 29th ages of 8 and 17 are Paula Turnquist, vice- i Vi
Sharing the hospitality ot the 20 and Alzada .AMk\t_ X. ,
hostess with St. Y. Washington. eligible t o attend president Annie Pearl t
tteabers of the club 1151 Lincoln Ct., 24. '
were Mrs.
and Mrs. Lois ..ra.ara. Daisy Baker Claxton Fowler, 514 Florida Day Camp. Inquiriesmay GriffinSecretaxy ddie Her :mother or her sister?
1 Ave.. 24 and Roslyn Raysor, 514 be made by calling Hudson, T r ea s rarer| *
COMM..CIML WIDD... AevcatiaiM. Hoes Florida Ave., 2L the YWCA at Weet..Eghth! Dorothy CrawfordjLuciaGarnical BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL. NATURAL.LOOKING HAIR COLOR
Herman A. Young. 8024 Indiana '
Street The
registration
St, Chicago HL. 23 and MargieB. Leona Burn; Whether you want the excitement of difTeren.
Johnson, 2736 Hamilton Circle, for the entire Pearlie Hilsonj Doris hair shade, or want to give new life to a dull or !'
k 21. capping period 1. Hedlock,Ids LogangEulaG. gray hair... insist on the 10n .Luting hairculor '
ROYAL ART.STUDIO Ishmael Firming. 1046 HelenaSt. $5.SO payable with MosbyfBernice Will- in the famous red package-Godefroy's
'iA1 59 and Evelyn./Wil1iam5. 1846 application. Parentsare Larieuse. It's easy to apply,and complete in
Doris
William
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TELEPHONE 4>IB94 Helena St. 35. one package there's. nothing else to buy. ,
.. ? James Butler, 1474 Windle Si; urged to make arrangements Carolyn Bainf Geneva: Y
26 and Betty J. Calhoun, 1809 early if Macon Carrie Oirans
; # : 18LOVSLYCOLORS ,, a
CLARENCE J. SlMON'. ....; : .' Sift DAVIS'BTRCCTJACKSONVILLE. _. [Mars St. 23. they desire the daugh Janis Wilsonj Maude t

.; '. ....6 .> : .:::;.' I., ...FLA.. Leroy Davis m. 1032 Pearl St, Brat attendance lit; G&BIMJ: Kattie' Brown; L RIEUS* .
11 and Margaret. Ford, IOU Pearl '. .
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f .1. 'T t :;p:: k :. r ta. By Lloyd Pearson, Sr.

/ ...Yt.-..- .,.,,"..'.' .'.." ......,,r'\'... I, ..lr' I Rev Franklin Wilson

** 5::;(.. :/':- S r pastor message; will deliverthe at the

:
: morning service which

,, V begins at 11 a.m. and

1Aie4d r ) closes promptly at 12
? o'clock noon.
I The Senior and Vest

.1 Minister choirs will

1A A1 .1 support the rites

robed in white with
.
Charles Simoons Jr.
: at the organ. Sunday

: school begins promptly -

at 9:30 sum withT.

V. Harpersuperin

A tip of the Pepsi Cap tendent in charge.Installation .
to these .
outstanding
young Americana who WILL OBSERVE SILVER ANNIVERSART-Choir 1 of Abyssinia Baptist Church observes its 25th anniversary Monday night June service
make our country and 12 at 7:45 o'clock in the church auditoriun Members in front row from left are: Mrs Lula Myers, MrsRuth HughesMrs. for Rev. J.D.Wilson,a
our community a better Bell Gardner Mrs Alberta Grooms Mrs. Catherine Mrs T-All. Marshall L. Wynn Johnson C.Smith grad-
place In which to live. Annie Manigault, a Rev. B. pastor; Mrs
Mary Holback, president; Mrs. Ruby Weeks, Miss Lettie McQueen, Mrs. Mary WilliamsMiddle row from leftMrs.Mary Lewis uate Class of 1957

..* i Mrs. Lois Butts, Mrs. Annie Lee Johnson, Mrs. Pinkie Johnson, Mrs Julia M. Robinson, Mrs. Frances McGregorMrs. SadieH. and from the seminary
Bivins, Third row from left: Mrs. Ophelia: Gaines, Mrs. Mary Alice VfrnnMrs. Dothry Scurry: Back row from left: Ben in 1959 will be held

Taylor, ,James Ford, and Emanuel Jackson. Other members are: Mrs.. Dorothy Boyd, Mrs. Lorine Perkins, Mrs. Pauline Wash- at 7:30 p.mRev.Hil- '
ington, Mrs. Ada Green, and Horace McMillian. Mrs. D. L. McClellan is pianist, organist-accompanist and director. son formerly pastored

(PHOTO BY J. H. AVERT ,STUDIO) at Bethany Presby-
S.
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IIHELEN I-, w First LunibertonN.C.
t' Baptist He i s
New Zion Sets
Activities Slate working closely with
Woman's DayThe the officers and con- '
1rJS By Rosa Lee Coffle gregation of the
women of New church to relocateand

Zion Baptist Church ... The Lord's Supper build on the new
S
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JQSEFHINB DAVIS will observe their r. '' will be administered church site at Cleveland

James Weldon Johnson k annual Women's Day by Rev. C. B. Dailey, and Woodlawn Y+&.

Pepsi Cola Dealers' Sunday, June 11 withan : 'i. 44 pastor,and other ministers -- Dean A. H. George of

all-day program of S of our church Johnson C. Smith University to
salutes Helen 9-13 -- ; 4
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student Helen is at scheduled events. Sunday beginning at will preach -
rr 5 p.m. The right hand the installation
"K The various committees sermon -
member of the Youth
1 '# i ir ir iz
dub are headed by ., .' of fellowship will be which will b e
of America and
has held several, of-7* Mrs. Pastola Clayton, \ extended during this held in the sanctuary
.
ices in various organization chairman, and Mrs. service. of the church a t
'
Beatrice Jones, cochairman Sunday school begins State and Laura eta
A member J Mrs. Mary; r at 9; 20 a.m. with, Rev. J. W. Tinsley-,
of the Second Baptist >>
Church,where she serv-: VdHiess, secretary; 1 Rio ,'Pd Mj superintendent G. W. pastor of Palm Presbyterian' -

es as secretary of T* Mrs* Trudie Dtxon, Scott and the instructors Church, Jack-

her Sunday school .. i treasurer Mrs. Ora in charge. sonville Beach, will
class. Wright, finance com- Devotions, prior to make the charge to

s' svJ.. ..1VqpqL ..... mittee chairman the 11 a.m. morning the congregationRev
Mrs. Lucile Bowens, worship will be Directed H.W. Shaw, pastor otMt.
social c o nmitt ee' d I' I by the deacons .V enxn PresbyterianChurch
chairman: Mrs Sarah fri of the church. Rev. Palatka, will

Clayton and Mrs.Ethel Daily will preach both serve as master of

55 Anderson, pastor and major sermons at cerEmOnies.On .

III assistant pastor of 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday,June $,Dr. .
I the d81'respectivelYlaDd tyF TU I.r4 .- Choirs 1 and 2 and Charles T.Martzeynod

Mra.GlacraForeter __ Usher Boards 1. and 2 executive of Florida

L J.U--w .1. iTiT morning speaker. P ; _t- will serve joint y will meet with officers -
+ Northwestern High MrsRuth Valdez will throughout the day. and building
highlight the 7:30 The Youth Choir meets comoittee members in
likes to keep
James
p.m. evening serviceas for rehersal Monday the church at 5 'pn
K: with -
busy tivitiea. He campus is aciC a main speaker. The at 6:45 p.m. The Hale Prayer meeting will
general public an d Chorus rehearses at be held Wednesday
JC member of the Young .
friends are cordially i 8 p.m.Tuesdq night's
it Men Francais CouncilLe dab of Cencle which invited to attend all t .a Prayer meeting startsat $t. Paul AME

services and to worship -: 7 oiclock. The
iC he is vice president, with the members. _..."..- regular Wednesday Church Notes
Junior
*and Deacon serves at his as churchiwi'V7 Rev. Leroy: Clayton is ANNUAL TKA-The Duval Tuberculosis Association sponsored their annual night Bible study at .

<<....+- ++...... .- +.... ++ ho pastor. Community Tea program Sunday for the purpose of raising funds toward 7 'clock will be supervised BY L QUESTRA EVERETT

purchase of Christmas gifts for Duval County TB patients at W.T. by the pastor Many visitors wor-

Senior Women Edwards Hospital, Tallahassee. This is one of the group'21 major pro- Thursday night'sweekly shipped at Saint Paul
4 jects. In top photo from leftthe I I BoyScout meet-
receptionists areMrs.Lucy Tremble, last Sunday. which
Hold will be held at
Meeting ing
Mrs. Margaret Bryant, and Mrs. Margaret Grant.Program participants in time they rejoiced at
y.. center photo are: Barbara Ann Ayres, (foreground); From left, Betty 6:30 0'clock.On having attended services -
The president counsel Sunday June 11
a Monroe; Earl Brown, Miss Allie Taye Roundtreeand the vocal trio from under supervision
of the Senior the
Ebenezer Methodist Chpch, John James, Walter BJLackmariPowell Stukes, MissionarySocietymeets of our pastor, Rev. .
Women's District Con- at 4p.&u in the
and Mrs. Eleanor HurDy
pianist-accompanist and arranger. Hostesses;: He J. Blaine,arxl other
vention held its church auditortanwith
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regular
in bottom photo from left
areMrs.Margaret JohnsonMrs.Callie Jackscn, church principals.
monthly meeting Mrs. Mable King, Mrs. Clementine Hunter and Mrs. Carrie MrsArabella Calendar
"""1C Cooper. Sunday School beginsat
afternoon at
Thursday in
president charge.
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9:30 a.m.with W.D.
Douglas Anderson ..J 5 pm* in 'the home of A full attendance ol
Sweet and his instructor
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Nickerson1033
Mrs. the membership is desired -
Jean,12th grade student -Ie West Tenth Street.The Deaths and Funerals Contribute GenerouslyTo ta staff :in charge.Rev. .
is affiliated Sunday school lesson ACE Leagues R.J. Blaine,pastor -

with the National Hen-: tc and bible study were, Meet June .18 BROWN-Willie of 303N. The First Baptist Church, will deliver both
Jessie St.
1025 extends -
or Society, Yearbook tc conducted by Mrs..:.L. Myrtle Avenue. URBAN, ,LEAGUE I the hand, o f the 11 a.m. and evening -

staff, senior chorus, Johnsondistrict president Leonard J. Roberts REED: ---Mrs. Betty of to all services. Senior
serves AS treasurer +toot Mrs. D. Home fellowship Choir 1 and Usher
Jr., president of the 1341 Van Buren St.
the Varsity "A" Jr is MEMORIAM people. Board 1 will serve
counsel president, Citywide ACE Leagueof HORN-Mrs.Mae Ellen of .
Club and of j( ... ., 0 throughout the day
chaplain asking each member to AME churches, will St. Augustine, Fla. .j, '< .; ';. .-'J< -:,..
the student council. 4c be present so that speak from the topic, LEWIS-Isiah of 1109 ,'. The
* plans may be completedfor "The Progress We Have Davis street.HIILSMias ;.: .:- "' .' .-: NewJElTJUNS

presenting Mrs. Made," when the organisation Gloria of :; .> ::. .'. :" ,<' CORNER

Congratulations from Pepsi Thomaaina Wilson in holds its 5556 Astor Place. ; oJ"> ..'f- .. Will Open We nes ayJune 7
Cola to these three Merit her simmer recital at monthly meeting Sung FRESTON-Mrs. Mary B. Ii'i. / '

W .Awarad winners Antioch Baptist Churchon day9 June 18 at 3 P.ain of 3030 Moncrief Rd. ,. ; .... tII" 1776 Davis St. Near 8th .
Listen to Pepsi Merit Award July 3. Since the Grant Memorial AME WILLIAMS-Mrs. Carrie / '
aalutatlon on Pepsi Gobi Mrs. Ernestine Baker Prop.
TEEN.TIMEWBHO.. 1400 counsel will benefit Church,Clay and Orange of 816 W. 1st. A.IRBT I .

on 10:45 your to 11:45 dial -'."SatardaysW from this concert it Sts Host president, Mrs. Alice of :

is necessary that Hrs.Hildred Hill will St. Augustine, Fla. "* t .ii iiJ FAYETFEVILLE ;;
each, member know the preside. HARRIS-Willie Gaston i- ) ..
f specific part she is Others appearing on of New York C1tY'HAYSMatthew __ : SUBDIVISION

to sponsor for this the program will be of 1444 33RD AND SPIRES STREETS

activity.All second Ba p t i s t 's Prince Street. HRS.SUSIE BTTJ.TNGSLEA

: members attendance Church Choir under GARNER-Mrs.Catherine HOUSES Under Construction
is requested. the direction of Hrs.Gladys of 1965 W. 9th St. In loving memory to
C.Vaught,Cbir: ,LYONS-Rev.W..1' H.. our dear mother Mrs. n SMALL DOWN PAYMENT n

3 of Grant Memorial of 1641 W. State St. Susie B1114iga1eavhodeparted Salesmen On Duty
AME Church, and Mrs. CarrON-Hrs.Lucy; R* of this life
There sometimfg OpporteftHy wants poly i Esther Jamesorganist 1021 Carrie Street. Jnne 4, 19b0.The 12 NOON TIL fi P. M.

stroke of fortune to discover: numberless for the Second Baptist COX-Arthur: of 1810 Children: SATURDAYS And SUNDAYS

which would latent food otherwise or bed have qualities bee choir. The choir from Eaverson Street.CRUMBLEYTheolier. 'Mrs.Sylvia Ja esMrs. .

d JaebsaY eternalhr confttW; M words writ' Mfc. Ararat and Zion of Susie WllliaM Clarence + '
? ten with{ a certain:: liquor appear Hope Baptist's Hal $38 Acorn Street.. Richard, David, MORRIS CONSTR. CO.
only when applied to the fir* W1UieB"'galea.
GrerBc Chorus will round. out: PUKMER--Mra.Mable of Alphonso and:
the progr. 1481 W. 22nd St. 4791 ORTEGA BLVD. :-: PO'8-4291



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11"FlOJiJ" Voters League Sets ,Negro Tennis Players Star


i Meeting June 5th I In Jax Invitational Tourney

!,d Following, 'its highly 1 The primary purpose A M bx RODRIQUEZ IN FINALS

uccaetful tat of the Monday night =n Eight Negro players- with one reaching the:
meeting here recently meeting will be to finals in the Heats .Senior singles division-
Ill the Second Congressional : elect the district; added conpetitive lustre to Jacksonville's
District o f vicepresident 'and first invitational tennis tournament which was
j officer *'and to set
the Florida Voters e held May 27th through the 29th here at Boone
Into mediate notion 2'K
'JS. F1
League has scheduleda i Park.
1I1I.DT' of the plane- I
stscdt meeting of which formulated 1' Atty. Francisco Rod- Alberti and Ann Watson
its members and any: were the two i 4 riquez of Tanya reached all of Jacksonville.At .
during recent ;
persons wishing to the finals in the its close,Jackson
state
meeting
become members on day here .. men's senior singles ville's first invita-
Monday night, June 5 division and bowed tional tourney was
All adults of
votingage
at 7:30 p.m.at Buster out to Harry Clarksonof 'declared most successful -

Ford's Restaurant,938 who are residentsof .... Ocala,6-0,6-2Rod- with a large attendance -
Duval, day, and .
E. Union .
St., Isadore counties riques received a of fans wit-
Singleton neidy elect- Nassau are li handsome runners
to up nessing the sparkling
urgently requested
ed state president, attend the Monday .frJI trophy. play of top amateurs
announced. night,June 5 meeting. \ Wilbur Jenkins, formerly from Florida,Georgia,
\ of Jacksonvilleand Virginia, Tennessee
_
in
Top. Students --' now residing and other states engaging -
Scholarships St. LouisMo.-ex national in the
Are Named QUEEN OF FLORIDA'S BEAUTICIANS-During the four-day statewide meet- spirited -
Negro singles in
St For Students ing of the Orange Clossoms Beauticians Association held inrecently Lakeland champion-was defeated play sportsmanlike
James Gerald of
Long : Mrs. Gertrude Shipp (centerof West Palm Beach was electedthe manner.
in the third round by
1 the 12-2 homeroom and
organization's queen for 1961. Other contestants were Mr8.Callie
NEW YORK-For the Yvonne Franklin Rodger Pharr of Camp Staffs
4' third consecutive Cynthia the 12-1 homeroom Jackson of Jacksonville, (seated left) runner up, and Mrs. Margaret Orlando, 6-2 and 6-3.
year the Reader'sDigest of the valedic :Black, West Palm Beach. In background from left are Mrs. Ellen Days Willie with and ChosenCamp
Foundation will torian are and aalutatorianreapective7yfor of Miami: and Mrs. Lillian Shaw, Orlando. Mrs. Jackson was selected Henry Daniels were Being
/a .create s c h olarshipsat as one of the two delegates who will represent the organization dur- both downed in second' Staffs at Camp
ten member colleges the class of 61 at ing the National Beauticians Convention during August :in Chicago.Mrs. round play. Coacoochee will serve
t of the United Negro New Stanton Senior Thomas enia Darrell of Jacksonville was elected second vice Others who partici- June 25-July 1;July 2-
College Fund through High School, it was president of the state organization. J&delegate wereMesdames pated but failed to 8; and July 9-15, and
a grant of $D.COO to announced. Same fiftynine Ethel Lee Jones, Lucille Holmes,Corine Jones,Wilma Darrell,and Alice survive the first will consist Senior
the Fund. students out of Slater. Visitors were 1.. J. Smith, M.1.. Fattersonand Mrs.Thomasenia round wereKelly Best and Junior staff mem-
Individual recipients the three hundred and Darrell. Mrs Bessie Harris: Mrs Juila RobinsonMrs. Edna Lewis,and of St. PetersburgDr. bens who are trainedto
j of the scholarships. .-forty three students, Mrs. Claud ell Newman. J.LongCharles Miles, help the Scout
will be selected by will graduate with .- I Rufus FletcherLudous Leader give his troopa
the executive staff bers of the New Stan- Mrs. R. Solomon 'Kegee Cites well rounded pro-
of the UNCF. ton Almni who Dr. Stanton Cites gram.
graduated -
Cited Youth PattersonI Top Citians Staff
The three-year grant 'during the years By members will
was announced: 1959, 1901,1911,1921, 1931, I TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE, FinerEvents be on duty 24 hours a
"This Is Your life Cites Hatred .
creating scholarships 1941 and 1951, Mrs. Mrs. Ala.-Selburn Clark, day.Staffapplicationsmay .
with two at each of Currie announced. Ruth CunningsSowOmon"was 47, personnel specialist The Senior Mother- be secured from
the 33 member colleges Senior class night ofthe: the theme TU3KEGEE, Ala."The I has been e- Father-s on-daughter the Scout Service
with each college will be held June 6 surprise Birth- tragic exhibition of lected a member of Fun Night Monday night Center. Return applications
l,00d'( day Program presentedby Institute spearheaded the to Camp Director -
f receiving beginning at 8 p.m.in the frustration and hate" Tuskegee major
The grant of $33,000 the school auditor'.+ + Young Peoples vented by white race 21-member board o f activities t a king R.A.Sewell,521
)' teas divided into three Mrs. M.B. King is the Department of the Baptist mobs in Alabama turstees for a three- place in and around S. Edgewood Avenue,
;years. faculty sponsor. of Training Union strengthen the 'sdenands year term to represent -. the New Stanton High Jacksonville 5, Fla.
West Union
The annual sermon Baptist for equality the college's School community this When the applicationis
Church
last
win be held on June Remarks were Sunday.made by and justiceDr. Fred- General Alumni Asso-i{ week. This affair was approved, a letter
II' Boys Wanted 4 beginning at A p.m. Rev. A. F. Cunnings, erick D. Patterson, ciation. planned as the main will be sent stating
2323 Moncrief in the school auditorium pastor and brother of former president of Elected by general entertainment feature employment. Staffers
.: the honoree. A recep- Tuskegee Institute alumni vote, Clark, for the members of the must wear official
said here assistant personnel graduating class and uniforms.
Monday.
tion followed in the
I MIDWAY GROCERY Educational Dr. Patterson, now officer at Tuskegee's their parentsaccording On the opening night
-, f Building. president of the Veterans Administration to Mrs.C.M.terrds, of camp, a fireside
724 W. ASHLET STREET EL 5-9183 GOODSONCleaners' PhelpsStokes Fund I Hospitalreplaces coordinator of senior fellowship hour will
for Robert R.Moton Sr. activities and Prin- be held in Rotary Hall
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.... Six THE FLORID- STAR- Saturday, June :3, 1961White
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Parents Hecklers Boo Durham Stores'-- I I
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ExampieOf Miss. Justice I "

FearfulNS Daisy Bates at .I Integrate Staffs. SPORTIN8 !IT U P-

DURHAM-A total of 23 .
4 BY c. PAR"ALl JOHNSON

NEW ,La.-Mrs. NAACP'Rally; : stores have integrated -
= .
Mary E. Sand, leaderof NEW YORKHalfway: 4 ( their sales staffs THE BIG QUESTION in the National League is, I
Save Our Schools, through the program, -here since, March 20 will the Giants hold out and endure to the end

Inc., told the NAACP the NAACP called off when NAACP youth and or will they do the usual thing? That is, fadeout

1 .this week that many a May 17th Supreme adult 'units initiateda of the picture when the going gets rough. I
white parents would Court school integra- city-wide withholding Will Alvin Dark be able to furnish the spark

return their childrento tion anniversary: ,out- : of patronage cam- needed to win the National League pennantWhat

desegregat door rally in Harlem : paign for increased more could a team want than to have a team with
this week employment opportunities. the Alou Brothers Willie Willie McCovey
schools here if allowed following a I __r $ ,
to. stream of disruptive. ysf Harvey Kuenn, Orlando Cepeda,Jim Davenport anda

I At presentthe aver- tactics and hunilia- r i The most r e c ent while team of heavy sluggers.GOOD .
Y breakthrough was at a NEWS GOOD NEWSthe\ nationally known DonZimmarfa
age attendance a t tion heaped upon: platform -IlI1Mr ,
William Franz elementary guests: local Colonial store Florida Baseball School has moved from
where Levi Carson to Fort Pierce. Have idea it
school is I1,one Little Rock Heroine was Tampa you any why
hired check-out moved? Well it because at Fort Pierce
? egro and 10 white. Daisy Bates, was heck- as a was
The McDonough 19 led and booed clerk, according to Beach, the segregation problem is no handicap

School continues tc Rev. L. P. Ladson, a John Edwards,17-year- because they ,have no segregation problems. Any
be completely boycotted Baptist clergyman, was old Durham NAACP youth prospective player showing major league ability
by whitesmaking drowned out as he attempted ----_ + ,r.. ; S council president and will have an opportunity.
6 the three Negro to give the chairman of the drive THE DON ZIMMER BASEBALL SCHOOL-CAMP under the

tots the only students invocation. TOT SURVIVES MISSISSIPPI ATROCITY-LitUeGloria for more Jobs. operation of the "National Baseball Placement
Baritone Richard Laverne Floyd was walking down her Jackson, The campaign is under Bureau" was formed for the purpose of giving a

These two public Kirby rendered the Mississippi, street last week when white youthsin the supervision o f boy a complete course in baseball and how to

h schools were ordered Star Spangled Banner convertible rode by and lassoed her. The Floyd McKissickchair get along with others. The school gives the

open to all: students twice but was shouted nine-year-old was dragged by moving car. NAACP1 man of the youth work boys the best in character building,where they
by'a Federal district down each time. reported a deep gash in herheadcheek bruises,. committee on the Dur- live, eat, sleep and play with the finest boys
court last September, Rev. Thomas Kilgore a cut on the right shoulder and burn marks on ham NAACP. from all over the world.
after argument b y another Baptist minister her neck from the wire lasso.NAACP is counter THE SCHOOL WAS HANDICAPPED operating in Tampa.

NAACP attorneys. was hit in the ing with "Operation Mississippi" an all-out YWCA Lauded I It was operating in a segregated condition and

Mrs. Sands told mouth with a flyingegg drive to end such abuse. The drive includes for that reason, even after going on for six

Clarence A. Laws, the as his head was voter registration, use of public accommoda- By The NAACP years it was finally decided that Tampa was

Association's south- bowed while offeringthe tions, school integration and increased state DENVER, Colo.-In felicitations not an ideal spot because of its segregation

west regional secre- benediction. ,government employment of Negroes. t o the principles. It is the idea of the school that

I tary,that local white Percy Sutton, pres- -- .. YWCA meeting here in the colored. boys should have an equal chanceto

parents fear economic ident of the New York Life Sentence 1 2 Workmen its 22nd annual c o invention make good.
pressures and physical (HarlemNAACP branch, pie the NAACP WITH THE: SAME OPPORTUNITY the colored boys

violence from extremist who was presidingwas Given Clay Man In Crane MishapWEST re-affirmed its long have access to bus and railroad service directto
segregationist constantly heckled by standing friendshipwith Fort Pierce. Airline service to Vero Beach

groups, if they (parents the claque of about GREEN COVE SPRINGSAn PAltf BEACH One the "Y11 and I (12 milesFood prepared a trained dieticianto
) choose to obey 40 young people believed all-white male jury workman killed- hailed its"clear pol- insure the students balanced meals throughout -
the law. to be membersof convicted James Brownof was icy on race relations the Camp session.The meals consist of fresh
one or more African Penney Farms of when a crane cableparted In a telegram t o I meats, garden-fresh vegetables daily and all
and another
Nationalist groups* first degree murder YWCA President Lil- the milk one wants They also endeavor to put
laborer died fro
with a recommendationof m weight on or take it off, whichever one i s
11 PHOTOGRAPHS FOR mercy during a electrocution here lace Reid Barnes, Roy needed.
Wilkins NAACP secre-
i trial before Judge Tuesday. PARENTS HAVE NO NEED TO WORRY about the welfare
EVERY OCCASIONExpert Frank Elmore here Henry Saunder,39, of tary, told delegatesthat of their boys while they are in Camp. The

Tuesday. Brown was Miami was killed whena their organization boys are well cared for with a decent place to
"
s steady efforts
Photography given the mandatory cable parted while live. The living quarters are heated and cross I
Portraits Weddings Banquet Photo life sentence by Judge loading disassembled through the years to ventilated, clean rooms,wen fixed and beautiful -
Passports & Identification bring practice into
Photostats & Commercial Work Elmore. parts of another crane bathrooms and showers. boy wanting to make
_ line with
Photos For Newspaper Cuts Charged with the into a truck. The ments have pronounce-helped to good in the baseball world really has an opportunity
While You Walt March 11 knife slay- other casualty, Carl to do so.
Coloring & Picture FramingLet ing Lucinda Corbettof Vfeems, about 35, died effect beneficial THE THING THAT MAKfiS THE CAMP so attractiveand
Us Take A Photo Of You from electrocution whsi change innumerouscommunities
Green Cove Springs
interesting is that all of the facilitiesof
'.
and in
s varied -
the
\ crane came i n
-
Brown testified duringthe the camp are made available to the colored
_.1. li :x '." .' > In Natural Color contact with a high areas of American
trial, that he
life." boys on an equal basis. More than 1,000 boys
j. AVERY
tension
wire
dated the woman on sending graduated to higher class baseball, several of
AVERY'S PHOTO STUDIO the night of the murder 7,620 volts into. a them were promoted to the major leagues.ONE .

1:674 KINGS"RQAi NEXT t5 EWC LIBRARY and got into an manhole cover Weems Four Movies
argument over $.5 he was said to be hold- OF THE BRIGHTEST stars in the field of
Fhcss EL 4-7635 Appointments. had given her. ing. Two other men Drop BarriersIn baseball is Vada Pinson of the Cincinnati Reds.

He also said he remembered were thrown to the Pinson has all requirements a real baseball
reaching for ground during the incident Nashville player needs. He can hitrun and fieldPinsonis

his knife but could but were reported NASHVILLETennNashville a major leaguer and what a combination he

not recall killingthe not seriouslyhurt. took another- and Frank Robinson make. Everyone who kept up

I woman.The' woman's with the Columbia Reds when Robinson was
step toward racial
_ body was found the there, remember the old battle between Hum-
Robbie Gives integregation last
next morning in what week when selected berto Robinson, who was pitching for the Jack-

Sheriff John Hall sonville Braves and Frank Robinson who was
Negroes were admittedto
termed the most brutal Nod To JFK four downtown mo- hitting for Columbia It was regular Robin-

I It slaying he had ever WASHINGTONjacld..e tion picture theatreson son and Robinson feud.
seen. Robinson WHAT HAS BECOME OF PIZARRO who once pitched
who admitted an experimental
sensationally for the Jax Braves before goingto
recently that his basisit was announced. -
MAKES/2 SKIN BLEACHES : Segregation Test political perceptionis : the parent body, the Milwaukee BravesJuan
Pazarro the left handed
was throwing pitcher
not as keen as his Over the past five
OLD FASHIONED
Ordered SlaleMIAMI8tate that caused such a stir throughout the South
former the
athletic a-, years, city has
Atlantic League. Since leaving Jacksonville
ended
bilitywrote letter segregation on
a
Skitoh the left hander evidently: hasn't found him.
of thanks to U. S. the municipal transit
m u, .1 t NAACP
self. He's now with the Chi Sox.
Attorney en al system, in pub 1 ic
e
president Rev LeonLowry r
,
THE JAX JETS CONTINUE TO BATTLE to head off
Robert lauding schools, and at down-
S lightens dark spots ordered all Kennedy some of the high flying teams in the leagueand
him for his University town variety store
perfect powder mtdber chapters t o lunch counters. there are those who hope they will fly
of
_ base test segregation of Georgia off the bottom.
all terminals, bus address. If the new test suc-

and rail lines in the Robinson, who denies ceeds-as is' expected-
/r state. being a Republican, all downtown theatres
Re7. IDwrysaid that' says he supported will be opened t o

: .Manufacturers of Posner's, Bergamot/'The Jar with the Star member chapters have ,Nixon on account of customers regardlessof

._.. been instructed t o his civil rights race. I j TRQSTED
seek :imediate service stand. He went on to ...
If (.' in terminal".res. say that he was doubt- czzm RELIEF

taurants, take front ful of president THAT COSTS
vseats on buses and stand during the Clamoriu Ytur Next Party YOU LESS

I trainsand are to use election campaign but With c SparMmf Clear :

'.'.-1', white-only rest room since Mr Kennedy has. ICE # s( 5T

K facilities: become president he -I
The chapters are to felt that the Chief PUNCH POWDERS S 'iF1EYARE
report the result oi executive is aware of IOWL ": 1T POWDERS 2S G000'f..y

_ the teats this week. 4 the Negro's. problems- ii POWDERS 6 / i I IWHEN


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June 3, 1961 THE FLORIDA STAR
U I' Page Seven'


II Fabulous I Daytona Beach. Kennel Club Dog Track Opens June 16 II



I Exciting; ; Sports Spectacle 1 Griffith Ortega. f,. Varsity "A" Faces 'Rap- I,


Slated For In Title FightSaturday ,: 1') --'. ;:'" Given
Nightly Everyone June 3 ..;:if.Jr';' -'l ..,-... at State

vtToarE's WELCOME' I :'1(..:;. Varsity Afs were a-
LOS ANGELfcS-A rough warded to 41 athletesat
I
DAITONA BEACH-Daytona Beach Kennel; Clubal- and ready brawl is .' the Albany State i
ready classified as "the "Showplace : of the forcast for national College AllSports

South," will auspiciously open its plush,ultra television s owing ,'t Banquet last week.

modern facilities to Florida thousands o f Saturday night when 4 ,i. r Receiving letters
dog racing fans Fridajjr night, June 16, it was, welterweight E'm i le for participation on

announced this week by the management. Griffith places his the undefeated and un-
The fabulous sports I world's title on line scored upon 1960 foot

stadia now offers I against a worthy opponent ball team were Milton

its general public a .promptly Regardless at.2 of p.m.the< in challenger pp y. Bostic,Robert Bowens, 3< F
new 1150,000 futuristically Gaspar Ortega. The Clifton BradleyEddie
weatherdog racing at w
bout Coleman, Tim Duhart,
s tyledgrandstandwhich be viewed
may
Kennel dub t
Daytona ..
Charlie Fambro, David
affords 10
strictly adheres to locally at p. m* '
the ultimatein its arranged schedUle. (EST). ::. Horne,Charles Frazier,
Arthur
comfort and luxury Gamble, Hanson
and features theatre .There fs never any HillJesse Ivory,Earl 'GOOSE' TATUM
Coeds
cancellation of either
type seating, an in-. Play Summerline, Jesse
nightly or matinee Roscoe (Goose) Tatum,
comparable Hessanine ?rti James, Stanley Jones,
events. Grid Contest T toGRE Abner Howard famed former Harlem
and plush box seats Mackey,
Within Easy Reach Globetrotter courtmagicianpleaded
overlooking the racing a Maewood,Fddie Nelson,
strip. The Daytona Beach TALLAHASSEECoeds William ParkmanFrankShaw nolo
In Kennel Club is within at Florida A&M UnLvev Charles Price contendere to charges
keeping with its ,
i ,original policy,only: easy reach of dog sity disproved the Frank Scott, Garfield of having failed to

the finest quality racing- ....--. fans lrmaveiqdirection. theory that footballis StephensWillie Town- file his '58 and '59
foods and drinks are Motorists exclusively manta fms ssap ssm k send, Oscar Webster, income tax returns.

served at the Daytona Iran both the north game.Two female teams'the TI2 8 FROM DAYTONA BEACH KENNEL CLUB-Miss and Robert Wiley; Eugene Facing hearing in

Beach Kennel Club. and south use HighwayNo Venoms and t he Geraldine Douthhita college senior.is one of Conner and Early federal court in Kan-

Schedule 1 and turn weston Fangs, played in the the bevy of beautiful models who'will greet Williams managers. sas CityMo.Tatunif
Maintained Route 92. From First Annual Power dog racing fans this season at the fabulous Winning awards for found guilty may be

Starting with the Orlando, Sanford, and Puff Football game at new, $150,000,_Daytona Beach Kennel Club lounge basketball were Jerry forced to })( $118,000on
Friday night Jurie' 16 Deland Route 92 leads FAMU. A Venom player facility. On Sunday night, June 11, thousands HancockWillie Bostcn, back taxes.
season'e opening,the directly to the track. "rubbed the make up" of Florida fans will be guests of the Kennel Charlie Fambro, Steve --

racing schedule will Ocala sndGainesville off a Fang halfback club during a gigantic open house party. The Jackson, NathanielJenkinsFreddie Royal Crown

be operated six fans use Route 17 and behind the goal line, ,regular season gets underway Eriday night, Jones
nights weekly-Mondays turn east at 92. and the Venoms won June 16. and Nathaniel Jenkins Bottling Company

through Saturday with At no time are minors with a safety 2-0. ? (Ernest. Withers Photo) Willie Jackson and 1235 SAN MARCO BLVD.FL .

post time called for allowed access to' the Tommy Stevenson, Managers 9.44188

Popular 8:15 o'clock matinee sharp.programs Daytona facilities Kennel Club Boston SetsAmazing Jim Brown President His t .

'will be presented MarkMODESTOCalif.W6rld

Wednesday and CAMPINGAny ChallengesHamptonians Sports Bias

Saturday afternoons camp cooking is made
with post time slated easier with a grill. .champion and Olympicace President Kennedy's
memorandum to all department
Ralph Boston of -
Tennessee State with HamptonVa.Jim heads recently

.his tremendous leap Brown, star fullback which banned segregated -
FOR10 YEARSUoexcelt of 27' i" became the of the professional' sports activ-

first running broad Cleveland Browns,challenged ities for government
junper to ever reach the Hampton workers has won wide-
the unbelievable 27 Institute athletes and spread acclaimit was

IN RELIEVINGHARMLESS foot mark here Saturday .. students last week to reported.The .
"accept the changingrole Pre s ident's
I INSECT BITES Participating w it h of the modern memorandum stated:
You can't beat time-tried Tetterine for re- his school in the athlete." "I want immediate and
lieving harmless insect bites other
or any
skin irritations due to external causes. California R e lays, Speaking at a Varsity specific action takento
Equally effective for athlete's foot eczema, Boston, who last year Day Program honoringthe assure that no use
scabies or surface rash.Get Tetterine from
1960-61 athletes is made of the
broke Jesse Owen's 25 name,
your druggist or send 75 cents to the
k- I Shuptrine Company, Savannah. Georgia. year 26' 8jw record on the college campus sponsorshipfacilit s
the Brown said the old or activity of any
T ETT E RI during Olympic
Games in Rome, Italy, sterotyped view of Executive Departmentor
made the athlete has Agency by or for
hurtling leap
.;..' 1 : a.
changed. "The athlete employee
''' during his first junp any recrea-
.
: : k
:)1 tt
in the finals.A four- can no longer be dub- tional organization

mile an hour allowable -. bed as the bonehead." practicing discrimination .-

: ; r" wind limit makes based on race,
\ : ;Make 'Pointing out that the
[
_ ; yJ / '\ r Face :::f r U. the new world mark a winners of athletic creed tional, origin.color or" na-i iV4a I

surety scholarships today

--J I \ 'COMFORTABLE. .. have to meet higher Optomistic !
ll .and ; Bowling loop educational standardshe :
n (u
LOOK ,GOOD Is IntegratedIn stressed the fact f 8:15 '
that education must
Miami Area :come first--athletlcs i. olWi NIGHTLY
EXCEPT fOXDAY
second.
MIAMI-An enthusiastic -;.
group of bowlers The All American

% met at HI: bowling football player at j
Lanes Sunday May 21 Syracuse University,
I .. I and set inte- Brown has received the
tM is snstaer up an
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outstanding athletic
MAGIC SHAVJKS grated bowling league

_Ju.'IODu T r \ \ i which will: run throughthe award from the Asso- ..
ciated Press United
If your,druggist cannot supply POWDER steer months into ,
!
r you '(. SHAVING "co.\
Press International Plan NOW To
[.SEND M I for these MAGIC TEAM MATES. !|PO Bo>3457 F3.S...nah.Ga.1 September. Attend
c cIIii cP
J Sporting News and the.
'WATCH THIS CLOWN coveted Jim Thorpe TOM SMITH '

trophy Among the platform Two-time All American The GALA OPENINGNEXT
7-11-26. guests was Dr. st.Bonavent r8 basketball
384-92-231 Jerome Holland, president star Tom Stith's

of Hampton Institute I spirit is reportedly
who was All unbroken while h e FRIDAY NlrEJUNE

9f\5: American at Cornell undergoes t r eataent

: ..._. ;. 1 University.. for pulmonary TO. The 16

., 60-161 Nol collegiate .
60-22-39 FLORIDA STAR signed an 318,000

t 100-19-64 IN EVERY New contract York with Knickerbock the pro- Enjoy The RACES In Comfort And

SeweNw Sortii.u, w"''.. down.. COLORED HOME er's court team. Luxury From The Ultra-Modern
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works it oil
37-92-61 crowd You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get .,: NEW X150000CLUB "


Man'* Days LOW PRICESDRUG HOUSE

TRAIN YOURSELF Ar. Numbered The SHOWPLACE Of The SOUTH !1"
STORE NEEDS
"}fants Days Are Hua-.
For A Paying ProfessionIn bered"He& th And Fortune On Your
Can Be Yours When
Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store
26 Weeks You Know your Lucky
'.. ,""# Dqa,Luck7 Calais Etc. WE WILL._MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISED

.". .- uvuun.."'.. ._.. ";:;;-. Send $2.00 for your IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS jI"t-,
.' Woman In .1t\: Horoscope Guide For
Ar. Exetliing ; June
._.,f7', .-t-
Dixie
blank below
arberlg _.;-, 1 ,fill in the Pharmacy
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n : jad nail to ZODIAC

H--- ./... 1'., AT".u PUt .Office Box 561 i ISO KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE KENNEL
Jacksoxnrille 1, Ha PHONES EL $- n-ls CLUB
KItE We Deliver Ue Also Fill All Doctors Prescriptions
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FLOIIDA lABEl COLLEGE PAY YOUR UGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE "\ V ON RtE 92Saturdq
Street
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BILLS AT OUR STO E. .
430 D.Yh.t tamr St.
r. .hce of.Birth_. .. .. I
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C Pao- THE oamAsraa __ SBttmdQy_, June 3, 196JL:

L Youths Rob, -


Beat; 60 Year THE MST BEAUTIFUL STORES.. JACKSONVILLE with THE LOWEST DISCOUNT PRICES

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Old WomanA ......_...l. .: :i; : .:: FRIDAY: SATURDAY AT BOTH ,

'woman A / is hospitalized old Jax :.:::. .::: ....ON SALE ST01ES

j and is in serious ..

i condition of a robbery as' the result and- ... ). <::< SUNDAY AT NORMANDY BOULEVARD STORE

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beaten severely about .. .. / :xva +.y.< ..
the head of two teenage -. :... ..:."' ..' 'f.{ '-> ... ... .
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youths Tuesday, : ::...
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policedetective '
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.SgtSo RTMatthew and ...... .. .. -
.L. ; *' r. ...
J Jordan said that .
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the woman, Mrs.Candle .... .-..;. ..... .. .......
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Patten of 1266 gave : .. .. .. .. .
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this account of the ... .. ...' ..
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incident before she ... ,
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lapsed into uncon-
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fiiir FRFF WAV u1
ciousness: lift IA much more convenient'
Bnployed as a clerk
:at Morris and Son

Bakery,1223. Mrs. Patten JeffersonSt. said THE LARGEST'SELCTIO. \ JACKSONVILLEr

she vas alone in the .
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bakery when the two ,. .
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youths of the walked youths in.asked One --- --'.. --. -- .-:.. -, .. ,- --r '-:.---' =..1"";' ."<-... .,j:,..,t,... ." ,.., > :*. .. '.. i. -- .::TT; --L-- 1.' i

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for three doughnutsand : !
the other for some

cookies.Mrs.Patten said that ,

when she leaned over OOi': .

to get the cookies, _
one of the boys hither
over the head withan
iron pipe. It was : t tI

also reported that the

robbers cash register rifled of the$15 \' 1. : FAM MAKER




and Medical The ambulance fled clerk Center.Patrol-was to rushedby Duval .; \ % /41 I M SUITS ,:';14..J.,,',.'.'y.:'.:'


men E. Jefferson and MANY WITH ORIGINAL LABELS... ';',>;,

Hartley the investigation.assisted In ..', .' ,. .4 .. ,c' D FROM THE BEST FASHION HOUSES

SAT YOU SAW H : Ira /
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STAB ='s-* -" ->- EXTRA SPECIAL <"f

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POLICE REPORTS ? 4 3 ; K'ds: .a
% I I >+ ? r.. 2,. y.;?# FOR THE FIRST 600 CUSTOMERS 'J.

A 37-year-old: nan was

stabbed during KNIT SWIM SUITS >
last Tuesday, police ,

i reported.Henry Jones, of 813 / .. ;1, Maillots, derm skirts, double 1 A "7M

Oakley Street said ; breasted button fronts many 0 %m i >
while he was in a tav- .
ern at 348 East Union Bathing Suits Modeled d k ";.: / with V-ba cks and padded bras.

Street by Pixon High Students ;"'o-'f......... .. and solids
a man known :< : .y Stripes C.B.V
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FrI. 6-9 P.M. Sat 12 Noon-9. P.M :" 't ".. .
only as Sylvester became ; (Both .Stored-' ;...: e.. .': \ < Misses* sizes 32 to 38.COMPARE.
involved: in an : .

argument the with fight him which'.During ..' ,#>,- .<:..X''':" .. '. ;: ..',., ; j..r" ... ':,::::. .. AT 6.99 & 7.99 .
( 't\ y .1 '
followed, Jones was ;::. '.f ). ..:i t.. .f,::'.."..: :,: .: .. ... :.i.;}.:.... ..: :..<;.::. t____" t : '
stabbed several times ';" (; : : "' .
about the head. : t ; '?tit'; -
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The victim refusedto ." ..t \ -- -
> '. ;... ..' '
... ) ";. : :1.i. ',. ..: Thw
go to the hospitalor .... ;'..;. ,'. .,.'. .'..,. I, : : 4
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secure any treatment .''if.',. .. ; : COTTON SWIMSUITS 522 i,
I
John Frazier, a ->.... "., .. ; c rA:: ...". ." : .Two-piece cotton swimsuits fashioned for flattery. t
witness, heard Jones 14 '. 4' '. Sophisticated draped shapes, cute I
# f i:': ".. ., "boy" legs pleated r
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"" skirts. Lace trimmed, .
refuse to go tp a hos- ; ,'' ; '" ;a button accents some with :
rz. :: '. : elastic backs. Stripes, 9'67 i
pital. .. .. checks prints.solids. .
... Patrolmen H.L.Plunk- ti.Th. .,' .' '" .Y. I
.. ett and J. R. Davis 1 -- -

investigated. -u4klL j : ; i
.1 .a LASTEX SWIMSUITS I 5"22 I
# # # # I
x w GROUPl i Acetate-cotton-rub1)er Laslex!*. or shape-keeping f
Beaten And Robbed "Dick-and-Dick" Las X'* in eye-catching low backs 't i
>'ky .,;, 2 eR ."boy" legs maillots wjth lattice insets button and 1 I
j Mrs. Izora Sams, 44, ;' ,:: :; .r contrast color trims? Prints or lo ids. 96J. t tA

of 1436 W. First St.
t -- --- --- ---- -- -....;. -
told police a man at- '
tempted to snatch her 'w : 7 It I- KNIT SWIMSUITS

pocketbook while she x f .I 611 t
Novelty knits,
sharkskin knits in prints. solids
was standing in front ., b or stripes. Maillots, button-trims, embroidered .
:
of 703 W. Ashley St., i :r trims. Low backs. V-backa.square backs. Padded t I
between 12:15 and .' .. ; and nylon bras are included in this group. 1144 '
12:30 a.m. last Tues .f.
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day. -- - -- I
The man failed to get THE. COLORS. : : t i ,

the pocketbook, but Dramatic Mack, Npi...n. 100% ARNEL SWIM SUITS : '

in the meantime she w...;. '*'. ftd. soft lilac.. ., Kewsmaking Arnel triacetate fashion suits with j i..
stopped a cab and told *!wF. .Mho 'sad .5, .'. b "bu11 -ln" pleat-shape-tearture retention. Rich em- 611 _
the cab driver about (roco.tripos. Ssrrdt,' c b t c k s. :' r broidered flirty penna-pJealed skirts adjustable .r. I .
,.,trftikft. floral,, F, .. traps elastic backs.HELENCA J
the man attempting to goonottic .,.... Twa-col-' f..
rob her. The cab t \ "'' ia. ,' .4*klnc. *IHI o/vor. .. ... _. i i4 I
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driver made no- effortto ''iMrr Mirry to o/f Ie .. "' -- -

help her,she said. ,...... '!-. !H, : ,: 'j I NYLON STRETCH I
777
Mrs Sams said she .. .. ,.: .
got in the cab and THE SIZES: ,. ,. .; Many have padded boned or nylon bras for.more
.
,, if(. t' flattery. See
$ new deep fronts low backs
the same man pulled :MUm*siz.s S2 to 38, ... ..': ,. .+' 5c-.' !;;.i; -J "< .r ajar mafflots. button trims, adjustable
her out and started and fipiro:fiatt.d.g,1a.e. t, .:art 1 traps. Ipectac-1'144
sis. svtts 3f t*46. ',:'; .' : 1..11 ?. .

whipping took, her her pocketbook and then ': ,,,."---.,> '-...;;..= ....,,:,,.>.....,. :,.'. .:.,',:_ : ::tt.:.: T\' "': "%.-._.__. _. .,,,_" t.wiw;.. ., ._. ,l I
... 'I.Ttins ,.
.: '' '... c..'. *r ..g n.t.- T 'R'... J2"""'::.
(It. ; ." 'f .
-., .. ..74 $ ..1" r. ;
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The \ ... .,.: .j \
and walked .... >
away ,. J '>r.';, r!' .,t t.. )t" 4 .'".> ; ..w. ..$ .:... .,.. ....-E.*.. g r.t.. .!"
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> .. I. ; "'JtH.. .... o4': iJI' -. .
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... fri '
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pocketbook containedimportant 'K'. :"' ..._"t.I'.sc.,f-' "'r:. :' .:""\:.........x ',. : d..-1..,...;:;."'_......... .< ,t L ''- .; 't. :.- "X \ / ft :t.,j,")
papers, she : ""'H .:...... -., __ THESE STORES t ORE P1R COnDITIOHED
said. She told policeshe ,.. .......
was to frightenedto ACRES OF PARKING FOB VOUR COniFPRTi

give an alanu .-
Patrolmen J. Seldon,
and 0. Tlrnimnn investigated *C.I.V"


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