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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 17, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

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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
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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 17, 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:
UF00028362:00413

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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'cI .. 9 *EARHEAD t S TEST Greyhound previously all-white Herbert Calender..Third. scene shows the second Photo After checking terminalfs other public facilities

r I&- >.staurants: segregation pattern is broken when team. Members of the &!'-,Mrs.oy ce Lebowitzleft), Mrs. Dupree White, (left) and Mrs. Laura
\\ it u. -eedom Rider Herbert Calender places his order... Hiss ShireeKassaquoi, and Rev.Gordon Negen discuss Randall take lunch break.
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Blamed On Guard Shortage of golf The two previous courses municipal sale to By Staff Writer ""


-.. private i n t erests Two Jax sewer department workers wh6 narrowly .

was completed Thurs- escaped death Tuesday during an accident in a

Say Poor Supervision Freedom: Riders Are Thrilled day, but the case gas-filled manhole which resulted in the death
was slated for com- of
a fellow worker; told a Florida Star representative -

f Caused Boy's DrowningA By Reception In JacksonvilleJacksonville pletion the Friday when Thursday that their crew foreman I

city was expected failed to use proper safety precautions at the

wave of mounting public indignation 'has resulted withstood its first, racial discrimination -. to offers motion scene of the fatal incident.

over the employment of unqualified test without incident here Thursday to dismiss charges Pronounced dead on '

; supervising personnel at Jax lone Jefferson when two integrated teams of Congress of Racial of four Negro plain arrival at a local ran back to the man-

Equality members (CORE) used eating and sanitary tiffs. hospital was JamesMcKnight hole,tied the rope a-
municipal swimming pool for Negroes.
... .. round himself and
'P .L Held in U. S. Dis- entered -
J831: ,Saturday, in facilities at Greyhound bus.,station. 36, 1810 W. the hole.
what many people feel ; Arriving here from trict Judge Bryan 24th St. Taken to Du-
Ex Constable! l where the plan was He said he reached
xaqatttibut to tt ie_ _._ other stopping' off .Pleaedio' Simpson's court, val Medical Center
"* ** Z* Jf *" ) operajjon, ,for McKnightprepara-
M. :Arf:' *? "T *> -J&pointsi I -- AttyErnest 'D.Jack .
ition -F- for
'serious d .l.I1.lVUrt and treatment after
c,
on 1
GUilto ; the ,riders stated., tory to tying' the rope
Admits
Charlie Wilson South Carolina the son, presentIng having been overcome
,9yearoLd In case t; he curious I around him and bring-
first team reached the four Negro golfers by fumes Wal-
resident
of 802 gas were
wonder;what type of ing him to the surface
y E.Union St.drowned, at Bribe CaseIn here at approximately person Freedom Rider called five ter Cooper,49of 5856 he was overcome by
the poolthus bringing 8:20 a.m.and! the otherat witnesses to the Paris Ave., and James
is and what professions gas.Cooper said Tomp-
one of thelongestprosecutions about standRoland Hurler, Tompkins 26 of
about the first 12:40 p.m. 923W. kins then
to
they represent
attempted
associated = in local The incident purchaser of the 11th St. Both
tragedy ever only men
Criminal Court here is a rundown of Brentwood ,rescue hiraCooperand(
history encountered the course; were later transferred
with the pool% along
the two-groups appearing he too passed out.
former deputy Con- Fred A. G u 10 to
: to to Brewster
long history. way according o ne Hjo s-
here Thursday:Dr.. Cooper said that although -
stable Janes Williams purchaser of
Hyde
Sources reveal that CORE woman member oc-' pital for further
49 pleaded guilty toa Jerry Bobrow is a Jew- Park links Mr and being dazedhe
curred at ; treatment.
at the time of the ConwayS.C.
misdemeanor ish rabbi;' Revs. Gordon Mrs.Frank Schroederwho could hear the foreman
charge when she stated CLAIM NEGLIGENCE
Wilson
:boy s drowning a I
NegenEdward Horton calling for the other
only two lifeguards of bribery, in JudgeA white man threatenedher loaned Guioto During th e i r exclusive I,
and L. L. Smith, men to pull them out
Lloyd Lay on's $15,000 to make
with knife.During a interview with
was on duty, and also a i to
head various denominational and call an ambu-
that an estimated 900 court. a stopover at the churches in down payment on Hyde the ST A R reporter, lance.
Judge Laytcndeferred Park; and City Commissioner both
terminal and
Greyhound Cooper Tomp-
the
persons were using
New York City and Albany All three men were
facility at that time.: sentence until July there. N. I.; Ralph Dallas kins were bitterly then brought to the
Thomas who
Scores of plainclothesmen super- caustic intheir criticism
The public feels that 21.On -
Winston
Diamond:andfienny surface, and Cooper
Feb.16a Criminal vised sale of the of whitefore
representing -
-
Robinson
George city are UAW officials added that he remem-
Court jury found Williams federal state city, properties. man R.M.Petersf seemingly
recreational director -
.
bered s a y i ng, "My
guilty of briberyin and local la Jackson conten- actionin
should launch an immediate county w Then' there'' are a wide negligent friend McKnight i s
investigationinto a $200 shakedown enforcement agencies tion in calling the handling the situ ItDISAGREE
of
dead.
top professionals -
range
the deplorable of a young burglarly were already at the' witnesses was t o ation. WITH I
representedin FOREMAN
conditions associatedwith suspect However on local bus terminal inquire, whether or ORDERED INTO MANHOLE

the pool Ts oper- March 3, Judge Layton determined to protect Mrs.Laura Mrs. Dupree White, not the money, .obtained The 'crew had been At the hospitalboth
.Randall Dr. and
Cooper Tompkins
,
granted a new trialon for purchase I
called
individual arxI to
handle
ation and should
re- proper- a
Frank Randall, Dr. lave given facts in
staff it grounds that the the of the courses came stoppage ins
with well ty rights once Daniel Stern, James gas manhole the case which Peters
prosecutor made remarks from some other in the
riders arrived. Jacksonville
trained, competent -
has claimed false.
O'Conn r, erb rt Cal-
personal such as those which prejudiced Aside from cold lenderMra. Joyce Le- source than other- Terminal yard Sat Both men have disagreed i
which the defendant's stares from white wise revealed.The about 8
maintained sane bowitz and Hiss Shiree a.m., according with the state
Jefferson Pool's high rights. passengers and others plaintiff'sattorney to the work
Hassaquoi. ment by Peters that
Williams was charged in the station the also con- era.When.
safety standards in southern he warned the to
Typical of men
the past. with having accepted riders though tended that the sale they got the
as going hospitality, several stay out of the hole.
It has also been $200 from 19-year old through previously of the courses was top of the manhole
Both th at
here
families men
Negro :: say
burglarly s uspec t a subterfuge to defeat cover off Peters
learned that the present planned assignments, opened their homes ordered Peters gave McKnightthe
Freddie Patten after federal court
a McKnight into
swimming pool quietly debarked from
for the comfort and flashlight and
supervisor does not Patten was released the buses along with order in April,1959 the manhole. Cooper
ordered him to into
convenience: of all 14 go
the from county jail on a the other ordering integration said McKnight replied
possess require passengers, -Freedom Riders duo the hole-not to
ments necessary t o release card signed used the terminal's of the cityownedgolf "Boss, don't I needa stay put.During i
meet by Mrs. Bryan. ing their overnight courses. ?" McKnight
with the high eating and sanitary rope was ThursdayfsinterviewCooper
standards in t his Further test imony facilities as though stay here. Two NegroesMakeUofGa ordered into the hole said
An iaportant aside .
revealed Williams kept
without
particular type of Jacksonville's duo racial a rope his
relative to their he is still suffering
on Patten to previously -
pressure
fellow workers stated
pattern never existed
the $200 after announced: plan with his backhas received
pay Tompkins said he offered -
work.Mob release, or be taken to visit Jacksonvilleand no medication
ELATED OVER REACTIONS Honor Roll to
Leader go get a
other Florida other than pain ta b-
back to jail It
was
Ralph Diamond, one rope, but added that
cities lets.
and theirceptiot5here'tie
disclosed that the re-
of the official spokesman ATLAm'ACharlayne Peters could not wait
Gets 30-Da/s actual payoff was for the group,expressed credited Hunter and Hamilton for the rope which is Segregation
to
recent
J witnessed by sheriff's a announcemen&'attrlbuted-
gratification Holaes. the two Negro always used as asafe

MCM'GOMERYCharged deputies on July. 31.Denies over the quiet inner to GoviFarrLs students who integrated ty: measure when working Rapped
with being one of the in which the CORE Bryant then University of in a deep manhole

leaders of local mobs Plea meabers 'teat plan statement should be ignOred.that they Georgia last January, Tne two men said that

which assaulted Free- was received' Bade honor grades for after McKnight went KASHINGTOB-Attorney
dom Riders last Kay Benny Winston: and At 5:00 a.m. Friday: their semester's work down into the hole, General Robert F.
,
h 20, a white reserve RICKHOHDjVa.-.. S. other aeabers of t,hetease 'aorning the :,one:"group bus ateat it was announced this they heard.a. thudand Kennedy; recently asked -

patrolman, Claude V. Attorney General Robert -. also 'seesed, related terminal's Greyhound week they realised that he Interstate COBaarce -

Henely, was sentencedand F. Kennedy's request at the end results previously Holmes received two had fallen into the CoxadssionlCC)

fined to intervene in Jacksonville I all-white without restaurantagain A9s and a B-plus in wster.Coops. to spell outits rules
incident
Henley was sentenced the case of Prince undisturbed acceptance history, political said he ran barring segregated

to 30 daysfhard labor Edward Cots closed of the Freedom Riders Friday destinationfor science and physics, to get a rope and on travel. He also asked
w
and fined $100 f o r public schools were appearance was '-M1ar the CORE Makers respectively. Mis s his return set Tomp the ICC to issue new

1 -_ 'assaulting tNoNBC reporters denied Wednesday by a to that' in the other was Ocala, Taopa a nd Hunter received. two I kins Cooper continue, regulations to eliminate -

f ,*' .during the federal, judge east coast -state, St.' ".,Petersburg". A's and a B f f he took the rope and the "confusion nt
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'.lI.101.tiO, '. .... '. THE.FLORIDA STAB ;' Saturday,. June 17* 1961
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As Usual"By ,

{ ; THE FLORIDA STAR .
...,. .. .. ., : Erie Q..Sim.n

,+ :,:. .NEWS::

-aa y -Y The monthly news letter sent put by the AFL-
6 Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co. CIO Committee
Political
on Education makes the
Member of Associated Negro Press"ERIC
Jk&.t following conoents: i

O. SIMPSON......._....................................Managing Editor TheSagonising" show- T

ALYSON E. WISE.................:....._....:................;........New: Editor L down;:over racial discrimination to go on in their

HILDA WOO TEN..........;.........................-......Circulation Manager : :In America crusade though i t
'rI I t began in Alabama It filled; many persons

I MAIN OFFICE & .PLANT: 1- it. was like the convulsions with apprehension forthe

2323 Moncrief Road................................."...Phone Elgin 4-6782- .= Y j ,, of a dope addict consequencessym
E ... going through withdrawal bolized a complet e
Mailing ,Address: 'f.y. ''i .. T'-r' from his habitin break from the period

P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida advance of the of gradualism a n 4

t4\ cure. .. moderation in the
SUBSCRIPTION RATES -
One Year, $5.00;; Half Year,\$3.00 The swift : struggle for full

Mailed To You Anywhere In The United States .: %y' Iti p ac.e of 1 equality.

,Subscription= Payable In Advance. Send Check or Money Order To: :' \. R po.d events was i There individual
:"FLORIDA: .STAR-P. O.Box 551-JACKSONVILLE 1,FLORIDA :' 1 wt stampedindelibly acts of heroism and

.' rF I r courage in the tragic
'
...>:: '':. THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: .,..f.:": -...'. .. OtiINA on the panorama the state
: : and Civil Service Jobs r CSR ,
: : :', 1. City County ': minds of official who held off
.
> ::', : 2. Negro Road Patrolmen ti4 i. Anniston
>.11 ... ; = 5 UTH millionsthrough the mob at ,
.:p, .: .. 3. Negro firemen : ., & the Federal aide who
: '.';:J-::'" 4. More Negro Police Officers EoRGIA r out theworld Ull'SOY was beated by thugs

5. More Squad' Cars for.Negro Policemen ) ;". ;' through radio in an attempt t o

# c 0 ? and television, i n rescue a young girl,

? y blazing newspaper and, the quick and
Support Your Negro NewspapeiSo headlinesand by word decisive action b y

c of mouth which seeped Attorney General. Rob-

1 That It Can Support You through to remote ert Kennedy which

places in Africa and
'saved lives and restored
Asia.
a semblance of
Day after day we hear scores of Negro citizens The determination of sanity in a night of
crying over the fact that other Negroes fail MUST.. RUN UNDER ONLY ONE FLAG the "Freedom riders" horror.

to.support each other and' are reluctant to
Wallace Carroll, a
unite .tor the comnon. good of the race. Each New York Times reporter -

complainant whom we have. heard has stated that I .. Your Weekly recalled .the

1 it is shameful that so many ot. our colored campaign statements

brethren are only concerned with their own of President Kennedyin
personal, advancement and would do nothing; for 'f L: Horoscope Guide 'which he aid"The

the benefit majority of the race' Over a "f :.: :"
r
.. next President of the
from :1 ..'. WHICH ARE YOUR. LUCKY DAYS FOR .'
.period of years we have these complaints ; United States cannot
some '10,000 Negroes who will tell you that they k BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL : stand above theba.ttle
.
are 1that 00 per cent for cooperation in anything : in
.: engaging vague
Bakes for Negro progress.We : By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES : little sermons o f

have come to the conclusion that there are
brotherhood. In the
.
.
-
About 10,000 Negroes who want to cooperate and | It is contrary to 'SCORPIO ------- decade that lies ahead

will, cooPerate. We are therefore calling the Bores Jklarcli 21st Thru Auril 20t the Leo nature to remain ,Born Oct. 24 thru Nov.. 22 may be developing the American Presidency
attention of those 10,000 cooperative Negroes I in a position of elsewhere.The optimismthat will d e mated

and the others whom we don't know, but we are Although they may. obscuritybut this is As there is littleto engendered by more than ringing ;

certain exist to the following points: take different forms, exactly what you be gained by trying good personal and manifestos issued fton

One of the best ways that Negroes can help the disturbing influences should do during this to step up the public r e lations the rear of battle.

toward advancement is to support the Negro of past last quarter. The pace in the business should aid in steelingyour It will demand that
newspapers so that the Negro newspapers can quarters are just as determination to
failure to pursue this world,resign yourselfto the President place
support them. potent as every They judicious course could the pleasant task let nothing stand in himself in the very

The Negro newspaper supports: the Negro people'scause will be especially subject you to crit- of finding more agree- your way (26th 27th thick of the fight."

when it stands up for the rights of Negroes active on the 25th, icism, or other disagreeable able diversions. Ex- and late 30th.) "But," said thewriter
late 27th and
i i ;when it speaks out against injustices, 3Oth.1hestabilization, early experienceson plore new outlets for 5-70-11-16-72-571: "he is trying

calls attention to the need for Negro policemen of the 25thlate 27th your mindand benefit -'I--AQUARIUS to bring the power of

men, firemen,. and sanitary inspectors,canpalgna ployment your economy conditions, em- and early 30th. You from the activitiesthat Born Jan. 21 thru Feb. 19 the Presidency to bearon

for traffic lights in the colored areas for should check on real year friends may this conflict between -
the Negro children's safety, and seeks better and domestic Relation- estate offerings if ask you to share((26th Even if results are I rights and

job ,and. better treatment in stores where Negroes ships may best be effected you want to create a 27th and late 30th). slow in coming, and customs in such a way

spend their money on the 26th, new home. Even if you are inclined others pay little heed that the threat of

The Negro public, in turn,can support the Negro 27th and late 30th. 1-70-66-17-78-176 to be romantic to your achievements, violence will be dis

with those business 2-8Q-77-1&-83-287 this not be the this should not pro- the
press, t>y trading only .L may pelled..At same '
firms that advertise in the Negro newspapers TAUR'USBorn VIRGO moat propitious moment vide the excuse for a times he is making a
Born Aim. 23 thru Sept 22
And the reason is simple. The business firm. : April 21 thru May 2 'f to allow yourself to letdown in efficiency conscious effort to

that does not think. enough of the Negro news- There is no 'harm in be captivated by attractive and productivity.. Opportunities stand above the battle
As Venus continuesto
paper'to ,advertise its products in thepublica- wishing, as long as strangers. to rise ...Actuallyhis only
tion that looks out for the interests of the receive unfavorable you leave it,to chance 950661256956i far above average public action so far

colored peoplealso does not think much of its radiations from most and circumstances to SAGITTARIUS rating should not be has been a mildly
of the other planets, the 26th
on
Negro patrons bring, or not bring, Born_ _. Nov. 23 thru Doc. 21 I sparse worded statement
So if you want your Negro press to continue you may find it much the desired fulfill- 27th and late 30th. calling for an end to

( plugging for advancement and comaunity.'better more satisfactory to ment.There is nothing Should you be con- Shop around for good violence in Alabama.
get someone, who enjoys values in servicesand
that is
ment: very reliable about vinced this Carroll s ugg ested
SUPPORT YOUR NEGRO NEWSPAPERS AND PATRONIZE 'your love and what you see or hear not time for a change suppliesand good that perhaps the

; FLORIDA STAR ADVEF>!TISERS..i confidence to act in on the 23rd,25th,28th you may settle down dividends through President was reserv- ,

. your stead.This should and early 30th. The and give ,a better account sound investments. himself for the role

iI pay extra dividendson month ends on.a. of your produc- 320991823329PISCES_ of "arbiter to whom
I A THIRD CHAMPIONPartisan the 26th, 27thand tive You
late friendlier note. powers. can I all parties could turn
30th.
450991652459GEMINI 310.221527912LIER help,by making great Born Feb 19 thru March; 2( without any sense of
politics is essential to implementation 1 1 display of your valueto I humiliation or resentment

J of the democratic processes.It is through Born Sept 23 ttru Oct. 22, those who avail There should belittle ."If this is true

their politically* elected representatives that Born May 21 thru. .Junt 20 As you no longer themselves of your reason to interfere -
r the people-those who vote, that is-are able I have the green light products or services with the tempo the great hope now is

to enforce majority rule on controversial is- On the main elementsin for individual initiative ((26th-27th). confidence that was initiated that the President
the pursuit of the will exercise his
sues. ,. during thisquarterpou as others are during previous
But there are times when the national interest happiness security will find quick enough to sense quarter.The 26th-27th personal prestige to

F seems to override that of private 'individuals. is the establishment it more beneficial to when it is lacking may ,be stressed as being bring together Negro
of a place that can the and white leaders of
between the (28th and early 30th) most favorablefor
A case in point is the showdown let
the'a really called home things come ,t o 7-90-88-14-91-798 such projects, all factions to work
the interests
railroads and trucking over
The tendency to 'worry you.The 5th,2eth.anr if out positive
a
especially they program
"piggy-back" bUl1ness.This is the term applied '
F ? could place undue early 30th again place CAPRICORN have been chosen some of implementing the _
to the practice of moving cargo-laden wants truckson the strain on .your nerves you ins position vtere Born Dae. 22 f thru Jan.*' 1'' time back.Continue to Constitution; so that
union
flat The Teamsters
a cars. should it be allowedto the 'temptation to Do not allow yourselfto guard your health by all citizens may enjoy -
'+ railroads forced to stop the practice.
c the full gamut splurge or gamble maybe the benefits and
run
living sensibly and ;
be thrown off
Congress will decide the :issue. There will. be your
o ((25th late 27th and a bit too strong moderately late equal protection of
pressures for and against. from interested private stride by rumors or 25th
a' I 30th). The .30th is a to withstand. and the 28th). the law
the union truck drivers' and the -
parties disturbing trends that"Man's
,
bi i management of the railroads The truckers will fine day for job" hunting .2,10-44-13.35-234. "180771284187TOMORROW In WashingtonPhilip

1 use the weight of their votes Management will 690441291694crIcEx and gain. ; Days Are NumberedHealth 1 M.National Weightman Director,Assistant of

spend a lot of money on legal talent. ,
COPE called for
investigation
i I None of this need violate the democratic processes ahd Fortune Can Be /ours an -

,But, how about 'Uncle SamTTransportation Born June. 21 thru July. .,2J When by the
You Know House Un- Am
iis of paramount national iaortance,especially your Lucky Days, Lucky erican
There would be Colors
no Etc
s Activities Comittee
when defense needs are considered. It is all
i need to take up your into violence in Alabama
of to
right for the giants transportation fightout
duties when there is
: V1
Send $2.00 s
for
this issue, but there should also be a : your *
third cha>ldon in the arena-one representing, no urgency for.you to Horoscope Guide *For ,,:'<<: In a letter to Congressman
do so. The days when :/
B ar r a ttOIHaraD.Il1.Weight
the interest.Jacksonville.
public June .
you may-fall under the :-A-r
... .. -
, S spell of illusion :. man said: "1 believe ij
Fill-in the blank below. and nail:to f.
Needs A could be the 25th,28th vJackspnvill'e it is well within the
1 Negro ZODIACPost Office Box 561 -.., :
and 30th.. Tour "
mental "
: '< depends on jurisdiction of the
1 Florida
: -j. ""M .
paversm11natinctive' .
Newspaper. Read the "Florida Star"Every '.' ..: .' >. : '. our colleges House Cosadttee o nUnAmericanActivitiee
Boat
urges,are strongon 'Yame" "' : :t.-o. -

' the 26th,early 27th ...,. Spiritually culturally and materially. to ,conduct the probe,
we.as a nation cannot afford to be
.
Week. Patronize "Star1vU and late 30th.
Street since such acts are
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1 J l\I Confab 1Jttf.!!d Rie' ;i." ., ." StateConfab... :' II Dt Les Equisetts Wedding Bells-


Host Slated June 1825The Applications for Marriage
+ Meeting
In First
"Here Licenses
June 21 -25 Florida State
Madison
Raymond Mercer, IOU
Little Rock BaptistChurchlocatedat Conference of the St., 23 and' Betty J. Hayward,
f. 1418 Peoples' Applied Revelation Organized for the 1448 Madison St., 19.
Van Buren Street Will SpiritualChurches [; primary purpose to Wm. A. Pierce 614 AvocadoAve.
will. ji develop better civic, ., Cocoa FJiu 27 and Ruth B.
be the setting for convene -=. A. Simms 1340 W. 23rd St., 27.
the. Fifty-ei it annual Sunday June- g.25; at r ..', -- ;..; \ social, and cultural John D. White 1538 Helen St.,
I. Mt.Herman Recreational : relations in the community 24 and Shirley M.. Borden
session of the ',:. 1763E.
District SundaySchool .Center.1326 Mt.Herman Wrri : the Les 28th St, 20. ,
and BIPU Convention 'St.Bis hop H.H.Frazier 9"' Equisetts Social Club Willis M. Moore 4415 DetailleDr.
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will preside duringthe / '. held its first meet- ... 33 and Barbara J. Harrison,
I auxiliary to the East
, sessions. ing in the home of 341 W. 18th St, 25.
Florida and Bethany Alonzo Williams 831 Canal St,
'I Baptist Association, Serving will be the Mrs.Gloria Allen,1349 33 and Beatrice Bullard, 92 S.
June 21.25.Outatarning. following The Prayer W. 15th St, recently. Myrtle Ave.,' 19. .

c iv, i c Bandy Mother eeler, Elected officers Kenneth J. God oldt, 1885 Tal-
Blessed Mother of the were:Mrs.Evelyn 'Will ledga Rd., 19 and Vanilla Smith

tional religious, and educa-will Spiritual ChurchRev. iams, president; Mrs Box 304, Orange Park. 18.

figures G. Edwards Wilcox Gloria Allen, vice J. T. Reed" 217 Mill St.. Jones-
appear on the program ; burg, Ga., 51 and Mary L. Flanders
daily. Healing TempleRev.A. presidentMrs.DeloreaDme&n 14 Newcastle St S.W., Atlanta
The Theme "The Teaching WLlcox; Saint AnthonyPrayer recording Ga., 47.Nathaniel .

and Training Ministry Band,Mot her A. 4 .... secretaryMre.BarbaraIang Greene Jr., 2350
.
__ pSCHOOL Lantana Ave.,
30 and
Bailey; Saint Ann .r.-1 & .J; chaplain; Mrs Delphenia
of the CliurchTMxl.ll
Brinson, 1716 Dot St, 28.
be discussed, by Spiritual Church CROSSING GUARDS FETED-Members of Duval School Safety Cross- Elizabeth Morgsn
Boyd Wiggins 1053.ElIis St.. 59
selected speakers, on Mother A.NexbarrySt.Theresa ing Guards were sumtuousiy! feted .Tuesday night during their annual financial secretary; and Mary Rowe 1053 Ellis St.,
Thursday and Friday SpiritualChurch banquet held in Lincoln Country Club. The event was sponsored ty the and MrsAnnetta Love, .

morning J. Conyers, Afro-American Life Insurance Company. The evening was joyously spent reporter. Louis Wiggins 841 Avenue S..

The workshop for each OverseerSaint Joseph .with an informal program featuring Capt. A. B. Beattie,the organization Members are Mesdames N.E.Eddie Winter M. Walker Haven, 1645 Fla.,W.20 13th and

department will be Spiritual Church, fS director, and supervisorsSgt. Charles Scriven and Sgt. Lemuel Valerie E. GovanMary St, 18.Ulyses.

held during the afternoons Mother P. G. Zachary; Sharp giving brief talks. Honorees shown seated from left areMesdames H. SkinnerThelma L. Lewis 1042 W. MonroeSt.

First Spirit alChurch Evelyn Norman, Ruth Smith, Susie Smith, Lillian Davis, Marie Shorter, BushMarvene Johnson, 44 and Verdell Stephenson, ,

1 The host church under of Fort lauderdale, Johnnie Mae Simpson, Mildred Forehand, Johnnie Mae Clark, Roc hell e Mary T. Dowdy," and 1042 W. Monroe St, 42.

1;, the leadership of Rev. Mother Ozella Anderson -. Brown, Mary Betsch: of the Afro-American Life Insurance Co., Alicia Barbara Baker.BIRTHS. Jos. E. Hill 1344 W. 16th St.,

f W.C. Mitchell is completing ; Heavenly AngelsPrayer Bailey, Frances Edwards, Marie Collier, Maudell Kleckly, Susie Smith, ,22 Beaver and St.Mabel, 22. J. Cobb, 607 West
' Band, Mother Azzie B. Johnson, Josephine Stathem, Callie Jackson, and Emma Horn. "
t
plans o Willie ,
Davis Jr., 1216 Tyler St..
A.B. Williams'" Saint
I entertain. the convention ; (Royal Art Studio Photo) J 22 and Sandra L. Laidler. 1778 W.
Patrick ChurchRev.T. 6th St., 20.
.a xelo program
featuring talent of Gillins and Mother A. .Births at Brewster Hospital Robt. White Jr., 938 Kings Rd.r
Gillins. '.... 21 and Betty J. Smith 938 Kings
the church and representatives Services follow: ,.,;t:,.> Mr and Mrs. Leroy .'d., 21.Alvin.

from other Worth, 623 Court E., Hampton 5621 Belafonte
SundayBible School
I churches in the com- .., .' ,.' Boy. Dr., 47 and Allene Fells 109 E.
at 10 a.m.with State
Union St.. 36.Attended.
munity will highlight Mr.and Mrs.Willie Lee
Patricia
Superintendent -
Wednesday night lIt s Johnsondirec- Grant, 1219 Pippin Confab

I session torRevival hour,3 pm 1 ... / Street, Boy CHICAGO-Dr.CarricmaeMarquessprofessor
The
two presidents, Meditation service, k Mr. and Mrs Robert of
W.G. Patterson and L Johnson,2730 Kazdlton!
7:30 p.m.All services food and institution
Alexander Heard will .... '
Circle, Boy
throughout :the week manag_entFlorida ASM
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alternate :presiding Vv Mrs. Walter
Mr. and
will be .held at 10 University attended
,
during the business Nelson, 630 W. Duval
a.m., 3 p.m.and 7:30 .the annual meeting
periods and deliver i p.m., and at 8 p.m. ,. Street, Girl. and exhibition of the
their annual addresses r Mr and Mrs. James
Saturday June 24the American Restaurant
on Saturday morn banquet will be held & \ l t'i Powell, 3019 W. 45th Association here in
ing at 11 o'clock. % t I t1.Tr Street Boy.
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at Junior Foods ) the McCormick Building
Rev. W. M. Hill, themoderator Landon
on Avenue B. Mr. and Hrs. recently.

will preside On.Sunday, June 25, Williams, 1254 W.Sth

Bishop's Day will be .. Street, Girl.
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Other officers who -
Mr. and Mrs James L. Ladies Seamless
celebrated d and this
Club met
will be active are HELD SESSION RECENTLY -The Philodendron Social and Savings

n Mrs. A. L. PinderMm.Dorotk will mark the closingof recently in the home of fellow member, Mrs. Liza Mae Green,5624Minoso WilliamsRt.9BcBc381 N( LJ.n

I; >. \ BurroughMiss convention with Drive. Members standing from left are: Mrs. Doris Merriweather, Mrs. Boy. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Ruth Lee Cotton, Mrs the state officers in Ester Mae Howard, Mrs. Arthur Bell Flage Mrs. Willie Mae Wells,Mrs. 26th
E.
1787
Mathis
D. E. Smith, Mrs.R.B. chargeNamely, Bishop Anna Lee Turner, and Mrs. Liza Mae Green, hostess. 2rs
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Street, Girl. 99c.
M. H. Frazier state
Aaron Rev. C.L.Culver ,
,
,I Morris Mann,Rev. A.J.HughesJ.C.Burne.y bishop Zachary;,state Mother mother P. G.; Voters League Club Addressed' Tea Slated Mr.Montgomery and Mrs.,4615 Robert Flynn

and LadiespreSseselastic"dirndl
Will By Mrs. Gore Court, Boy.
Mrs.Alberta Williams.SU.ce Rev. G. Edwardspresident Elect Officers
Ministers Usher Board 1 of New waist
of State Mr and Mrs. Dan
leaders at .
and Laymen Mondgy June 19 TALLAHASSEEMrs. Hope AME Church are 654 W. 10th $1.66eo.
Bennett
J the session will include Pearl W. Gore,wife of i
Union Rev. E. Green sponsoring a Pretty
; : Street, Girl.
Rev. J. C. Sams W.Gore Jr.
state and The Second Congressional Dr.George Hat Tea Sunday from I
secretary Powell
Mrs
; 'Mr. and Pelican
and G. W. Scott. of Florida Coolerhalf
District of the president homeof ,
the
Rev. G.Newberry.state 4-6 p.m. in Stukes,2415 Doby St.,
Florida Voters. League A&M University,recently -;
Mrs. Samuel
organizer. Mr.and
Girl. gallon
D. C. Employees'To .
addressed the size
Mother A. Anderson, will elect its remaining Drayton, 5634 Artisia

i Observe county mother,has issued slate of officers Semper Fidelis Club .> Rd. Magnolia Gardens.A Royal Crown 99ceo.Me
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a special invitation for- the current in Albany, Ga. The program is plannedand

1 Memorial Fete to Churches, biennial term Monday Semper Fiddle Club, friends and the Bottling Company

The Dining Car Employees prayer bands, and the nightEric O.Siropson, composed civicminded of 24 o r general public are in- 1235 SAN MARCO BLVD.FL Crory'sBAY
elected vice
will observe newly more
general public to attend vited.
f4 their annual Memorial the services and president announced women of Albany, operates 9-4488 j & JULIA

Day Services Sunday bring the sick. this week. a nursery' Don't make the mistake of being, ----
i at 6:30 p.m. in the The meeting will be school. afraid.y 'llmake_ one.

Walters Memorial AME held at Buster Ford's ..

Church, 1012 Madison Royal Palm Club banquet room,93S East CUMMCHClAk WtOLlINO AOVCHTlSIMO HOME.KOyAL7Rr .
Street.A Union St.at 7:30 p.m.
program has been Meets SundayThe In order to partici- l

arranged that will be pate in the new officer i
Which word is $ I
Palm '
in keeping with the Royal slate election, h I
STUDIO[
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occasion. The speaker Christian Club meets members who have not r;
will be the RevRL Sunday at 3:30 p. m. brought their member- TELEPHDNE 41894 :. GinorGcrdon' j .

Rogers, pastor of the :in the home of Sister registration up t o I I It

host church. Emma Pinkey, 401 W. date must do so at "?

The General Chairman 15th Street. All members Monday night's meet- CLARENCE. SIMON 515 DAVIS STREETJACKSONVILLE.

P.H.Mills and his co- presence is requested ing. FLA.

chairman Johnny Jack- since natters Individuals wishingto ._-

son together with of great importanceto do so will have

.E. ,Morris and A.P. the organizationwill the opportunity to do % k
discussedMrs. before the elec- s
Rogers have chosen so :

.some well known Mary Dixonpresident, tions are held. The

;'t characters to appear announced. Mrs. E. organization also extends J i,

on theprogram.Several 'Woods is theclub's membership privileges T.i. f fI I ft

I (j singing groups will secretary.. to any adult. 1t t
i
I bepresent. Slate Beach TripsThe S ..ts p. I .. r iI I


Lilac ladies Social DISTILLEDlOKDOHDtt I
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: are sponsoring and Savings a trip Club < r 4 4L GINHfelllWMMMlM* I

BE ou fCO, Sr-l to Butler's BeachSun- "" rwwwm+uI a. I

: day,June 25Buses are .. ,
a 'I: GREYHOUND slated to leave 45th or .
RACES St. and Avenue B at # t I

r',!Jt i' AT AMERICA'S FINEST TRACK ) 8:30 a.m.Avenue, 21st at andMyrtle 9, Her mother or her sister? i Qin is 69 years older, but since :

Daytona
CUP fillS Beach Kennel Club ; Kings Road and Davis.at BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL.NATURAL-LOOKING HAIR COLOR Qordoris was introduced wg. tin
9:30 anu respectively -
COUPON-c .
t I PUUNrflllS COUPON AflHlruac rot 2 FREE ADMISSIONS Whether you want the excitement of a different f' ii6gyit/ has beenw;
England
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1... !GOOD ONIYTHRUlUlY hair shade or wanttogt've new life to dull or I
!f.F O 1.7 Persons interestedin s
Iyp ..sI..AJL gray hair..insist on the long-lasting hafrculor ::''
j Baking the trip in the famous red package-Godefroy'a the worlds word for gin.ftiSTUU '
may contact Mrs. G.A. Larieuse. It's easy to apply and complete in .r I

.j Ford, president, Dial one package --there's nothing else to buy. C IOMOI 0lt CULJOOX ItaTUl SNITS WTIUU, FlOtf CIIUL. 90"001. ;: 1
y ( COI SOn cm caiTLiuou.i.j.nooocTorD.s
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District 2 of First Timot r Baptist Church will ., ., s i ,

meet Sunday at 3 p.m. in the home of Mrs 11 t y'x / r

A. Kimer, 2275 Run St. District 7 will m eet'

Sunday at :3 p.m. in the home of. MrsLouiseHammonds '
J 1519 F1mSt.Diatrict: 10 will meet in : '

I the home of Mrs. Mamie Jackson, 968 Ionia St. 1tk
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Colossians Baptist Church, 1154 W31st Street, : : :

will hold nightly revival services June 10-30 ; ......... .
Rev. Samuel Orice, pastor announced C h u r ch ..;..k'--
groups and the general public are invited to* >
all services '

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Friends are invited to meet the new minister,
! Clarence Collins who is now affiliated'with s1 -
Brooks Prayer House Sunday's services will be.

'at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. MrCollins wilLpreaqh
both services. Brooks Prayer house is locatedat a
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1408 Tyler Street.
# # # # # SUPREME BISHOP W. SIMES FETED-With representatives in attendance on a

The Trustee Board of West Union Baptist Church Supreme Bishop W. Simes, newly appointed president of the Peoples
) meets Sunday after Revelations, Spiritual Churches was feted with a banquet recently at
I morning The
worship. ,Pulpit the late E. J. Doris the
Aid Board observes its on Avenue-B. Bishop Simes replaced Pope as
anniversary at
Sunday A decor of am fern enhanced the banquet
3 District itual leader. gladioli, roses,
p.m. 11 meets
Sunday at 3:30
i p.m. Mrs. A. B. Mainer and Mother J. Newberry
in the home of Mrs. A. Kelly,4104 Leonard Cir. was supervised by ,
mistress of ceremonies. Seated at principal's table from left: Little ,
West. District
F 11 will sponsor "An Evening With
Friends" L daughter of Mrs. Myrtle Wood of AtlantaState Bishop MH. ;
June
Thursday, 22 at 8 in the
education p.m. Florida State Mother P. Zachary; Asst. Mother J. McTear International
building. Mrs. Mamie Blount will observe
/( her 34th anniversary-as berryand State Secretary, E. Green. From leftMrs. Agnes .
# # # # # # a gospel singer. and Mrs. J. Lee, Mrs. N. Spates, Mrs. L. Turner, Rev. 0. Douglas, Madam
Cobb. Rev. and Mrs. H. Levi, Mrs. Oatrala Connelly, Hr. and Mrs. B.
, ( Monday night, June 19, the choir of Greater
I Macedonia Williams. From right Mrs. A. B. Mainers, R. Hills, Mrs. M. Cotton,
Baptist Church winxobserve. its
an E. BelestonMrs. Roberta Jennings, Mother A. Bailey, Rev. G. Edwards, C
) niversary. Choirs 2 of Payne AME ,and. Redeem
Backhand, Mrs. H. Rogers, Mrs. L. Peacock Mrs. Inez Brooks, Madam A. \
Baptist churches will aerve.Usher Board 2
will Also in attendance B. Smith Jr. Sylvester Smith
Christopher. were ,
I observe its anniversary June 26. Rev. W. C. i
L. Smith Jr.
Smith and Mrs
Mitchell, congregation and choirs of LittLe; ( j
Rock along with its usher boards will assistin serve.'v

I the services. Clarence CollinsIs -
Laura Street
Sf. Stephen Sets
The Citywide ACE League meets in monthly sy s- New MinisterAt

sion Sunday at 3 p.m. in Grant Memorial"'AME Rapid Progress PresbyterianChurch Prayer House

Church. -Mrs. Mildred Hill, host president will ..
Notes : ::
preside. Union president Leonard J.Roberts Jr. -

will speak from the subject, "The Progress We Praying and strivingfor Rev F.D.Wilsonthepastor _
Have Made." He will also narrate a poem 'ftieProgram years for largerand will bring

I Have Made. A musicale program teaturing -, more comfortable the message duringthe M
the Second Baptist choir under the quarters in which to 11 a. m. service

direction of Mrs. Gladys C. Vaught, Choir 3 of worship, the membersof Sunday. The service :
Grant.: Memorial, Mt. Ararat Male' chorus under St. Stephen AXE ends promptly at 12 I! j
the direction of Johnny -Gilbertj Zion Hope's Church, under the o'clock no n. Rev. t

male chorus directed by Fred Austin. will feature dynamic leadership of I Wilson always gives
the program. its pastor, Rev.J.S.Johnsonannounced spiritual food for

that thought.The' ;
'(! Senior Women the new air conditioned Senior Choir --
Concert At edifice will be will support the CLARENCE COLLINS 1
Will Stage Recital for
Central l CME ready occupancyin morning service withC.
Monday July. 3 July. E. Sinmons at the Officers and members
The Expansion Committee According to Saint"Stephen's organ. Sunday school of Brooks Prayer House

The Presidents'Coun- of Central CME membershipand begins at 9:30 a. m. held their first organizational -

cil of the Senior Church will presentthe its hosts of com- with I. V. Huger, meeting :

Women's District Con-. Simmons Singersin munity well wishers, superintendent i n Thursday night with '
vention is presenting. concert Friday completion of the new charge. Little Miss their new minister: I \
Mrs. Thomasena Wilsonin night, June 30 in the project is being con- Antoinette M.Gadling- Mr. Clarence Collins.
church.fs main auditorium sidered a n blessed will lead the responsive A native of Miami,
a recital July 3, j
The program event." reading for Mr Collins was edu- : i '
at Antioch Baptist
Church. : gets underway at 8 Since his assumptionas the Sunday school.At cated in the local i'I

Mrs. H. L. Johnson, p.m. pastor of Saint 3 p. m. Sunday public schools.DuringWorld
district president'' Persons interestedin Stephen AME Church, afternoon,the men of WarIIhe served I'
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and Mrs.Dillie Home, attending the con- Davis, and Fifth sts., the church will with the U.S. Navy in ,{
cert may secure Dr. Johnson has suc- close their financial both the European and ;
Council
president,are
tickets from the com- cessfully furnishedthe drive program. Oscar Asiastic- a c if i c 1
friends and
asking mittee consisting of necessary, leader- I.Hillman, prominent Theatres operation j i;l'f
'admirers of good music Mrs.Cleo PearsonMrs. ship initiative in I local businessman He later resided in J

to enjoy this evening. Rachel Mulloy,aniMrs. completing' the huge win serve as masterof Tallahassee prior to ]
of inspiration. Eva Curry. construction tasks. ceremonies. T.B. coming to Jacksonvillein J}

......._ I 1960
.i Hargrave executive when he entered if
,
.1 M secretary of James Edward Waters f
Weldon Johnson YMCA Conege.In September, I''
i$ir9Lk now it's Pepsi will read the scrip- Mr Collins plans to

1. ture.ELder C.L.James major in the field of

\ ; for those who think young veteran clerk will Railway lead mail the theology Sunday's at Services EWC. at ,

I
J it '&lUlU Today wire on the go as never before. We lead the full life. prayer. Brooks Prayer House, )

I :Ekpsi : This 1S the life for Pepsi-light, bracing, clean-tasting St. Paul AME 1408 Tyler St., win -- -.---- '.$7.v/ )

I Illlliiiiimuufillili./ Pepsi-Cola. At stores, fountains,*say "Pepsi, pleaser'PEPSICOLA be held at 11 a.m.and //1'# I

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f l- TRUSTED :
/ L QUESTRA EVERETT .
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: : '.' ...._a/.i Services for Sundayin ) PAIN
.'I i ,. .: ::1.I. St.Paul AME Church C famous }'"".-Nat. Party ..: RELIEF ,:

I... < ..; :. '..< win begin with the With Spar! ",.Char 1 <' THAT COSTS YOU LESS J

i. Sunday School at 9:30. ICE :
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I : .' a.m. with D. W. Sweet ,
in charge., PUNCHROWL
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the stewards Ya ems
Mell y
FOOT8
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and assisting -
FOVTOttli
;, The sermon fr .
I will delivered. by

i If f Rev. R. J. Elaine FAYETTEVILLE
ki ACE League wit h .

i I President Townsend ..- SUBDIVISION33RD
"% win preside at 5:30
Afl Su a. cry*W'dMT ice punch AND SPIRES STREETS .
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pmfollowed by evening bowW..Mautifuffy differ'"'....
: worship at M.and tfftctnrt for O+rtia.djnca.nuptfera. .
7:30 .mir.n.1** mi ctl'**
p.m.The Bracy's. :choir brrton Thr...cbtafcwW.with HOUSES' Under Construction
fists* fait r thr dtceratim
will furnish the music Monk n.. II n* fuMjprbOfHktf .
OtaT MfVfC& If ttfflpWf..t = SMALL DOWN PAYJ4IENTSalesmen s
ti throughout the day your ic. pinch bowl trill lie dritortd
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: : and Mt u for you. CM t.r.r.
,.- ." .. Prayer meeting, re .. ...fO 44511AH On Duty

;.;: .'.\. hearsals.buiiness class will and Seasons 12 NOON TIL[ 6 r. M.
meetings
fj.;V.7 V
j if. /:.: .... ,. V. .be held during.. the let & Futl'CO. SATURDAYS And SUNDAYS
V .
week ,
tip ;:.t 5111.Norwood A,. -
Invitations are extended ;
to the public PO 4-451 MORRIS CONSTR. CO. .

BOTTLING COMPANY OF JACKSONVILLE wen friends to. .
a* as
., 4791 ORTEGA BLVD. :-: PO.8-429t
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, Church Despite Colleges Hit a

( Wide Protests

WASHINGTON-A cabinet
GAFFNETS.C.Deapiteobjections
member told his listeners *
on t'h e
that segregated -
part of some white
colleges pose a
members Negro couplewere
financial burden that
married in awhiteEpiacopBlchurch
the South cannot afford -

here last week end,it .
Secretary of Welfare
has been announced.Rev. .
Abraham Rubicoff, recently -
Ralph Johnson,
told
a conference -
pastor of the Church ..
of Southern .
-
of the Incarnation oo.t. ..'
educators that, "the
.
f he knew
stated that
4 ,t.
level of white stu- 4 .+
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of reaction of the :t. '.: &
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dents has been lowered ? '#('''' I'.T..f"
church membership to '., .. '- ,"' '.? ',\..' '. .
the
' and educationof ; :- ::t (':'''' ;: '' '''!i.t: '' --.

the marriage,but since students has .. ". ,' ,- .... ,_ .:, .;'_... :..;.:; .:.t .. '" '
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W. Brevard II : ."' -: t."I' !- '_:.'>-.'t''. ,- .<. \ .
Henry '
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} and Mildred J.Gilmorewere suffered." ::: -, _-._ : t: _.;."" .: ",.. ".. .,.'i,;.- ",7-i'.).F'.}-".,,.f T--; .. '."II. _. ,.',:-N',,,,<;""'. ";'. j.. V
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confirmed Episcopalians flMany of the separate I !-'- k .....::..:.._ \--max.f : ; :T. :!'''' : -e a.

"they came educational facilities BRIDE EIECT SHCWERED--Mrs. Delphinia :Brinson, whose marriage this week to Nathaniel Greene is one of the outstanding
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to the right place, II have never' been e- social events of the month of June, was the recent honoree at a miscellaneous shower in the YWCA. A colorful decor ofgreen

he added qualled in quality," and yellow dominated the scene. Co-hostesses for the event were Mrs. Margaret Day, Mrs. Josephine .Cleveland, and
The churchbuiltthis : Rubicoff added.Alleged Mrs Hortense Brewington. Mrs. Brinson was the recipient of many lovely and useful gifts. Refreshments were served.

year, has less than Standing from left: Mesdames Ernestine Poole, Eloise Fletcher, Willie Mae Jones, Margaret Mathis, Alma GlassSara SeymoUr

100 members. SlaYer Josephine Cleveland, Charlotte Bostick, the honoree Lauretta Greene, Annette Taylor, Bettye Belton, Hortense

Brewington, Margaret Day, Sophia WJiite, and Forrestine Donalson.
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Prejudice Cure --VV- -' 1t : #
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Charged with the May --. Tractors Wanted
29 knife-slaying of Boys !

;; Sought. By Miss Gloria Hills,26, :: : tr Offered 2323 Moncrief
of 5650 Astor Place f1:0 ,
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(I Dr. Jonas Salk of Rudine 1750 Pearce Andrews St., was 46, It. : For RidersCHICAGO FOR SALEModern

CHICAGO--The same held for grand jury
Homes. ColoredSubdivision.$300
\"
J type research which .J\\ -- When the
action i n lieu of '! "
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makes it possible to $5,000 bond by Circuit "Ii..tj. ,.;...."..",,,* first Riders" 27 had It received Freedom SUN REALTY EL 3-7203.
control disease may Judge Charles R.Scott ; '

one day make it possible this week jail sentences i n
ft R1ii BUY:
to control" the Andrews, in testifying t. r tiL Mississippi, Attorney,
serious disease o f in his own behalf ; .' Pcri) Edward I,. Rothschild mini I t ia

unreasonableness and. before wired Mississippi Gov. LIGHTBULBS
Judge Scott, 1 ,
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Ross R. Barnett stat- !
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prejudice, Dr. Jones stated that the woman

Salk told local listeners attacked him with a ing, "I am white and .u buy the
am not an organization -
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hunting knife in a
The discoverer of darkened room at the Just an individual. New LongerBurningMERLITE

Salk vaccine said it Astor residence, and P I do not represent LIGHT BULBS

is conceivable that during struggle with 'tifil: the NAACP._ with the amazing NO-TIME-LIMIT

prejudice may:be cork her, she was fatally: GoOboNCleaners FREE REPLACEMENT GUARANTEE!
ditioned by physicalcharacteristics wounded.
At last here's a bulb that burns so
f much longer than ordinary bulbs
o that any time it burns out. whether
body cellsas in cancer IN PIANO RECITAL--The piano students of Miss Catherine P. Harris win 5 years 10 years or longer. WITHOUT
TIME LIMIT it will be replaced FREE.
Segregation 1 be presented in a piano recital Monday night, June 19 at 7:30 ofclockin PICK UP S DELIVERY2I7H This with every Guarantee Merlite in Light writing Bulb. pecked
the auditorium of the Afro-American Life Insurance Company, 101 E.
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Little RockCounters Voided; Prom Union Street. The program will be interspersed with selections of TX: I-CA0.. .'::" TO.. &25.100-watt()(40. 60.sizes 75 Buy Guaranteed

such renowned composers as Verdi, Chopin,Tchaikowsky,Strauss,Bach,and r tI'V' :c. j. I MERLITE BULBS
Held in Church many others. Citations will be awarded students and refreshments will Only 89:, '

..-. >? Is. be served. Principals standing from left are: Deborah Wells, Pricilla 4956 CLEVELAND ROAD 1Stwatt51.19REV.( TODAY! .
,"- i ARIINCrrONVa.-Parents: Robinson, Sandra Spates, Catherine Johnson, Brenda Martin, and Janice
&: L. COLEMANRepresentative '
IntegratedLITTLE of ninth grade pupilsat I Well Seated from left: Margaret Taylor, Mrs. Roberta Billings, and
Arlington's Stratford Patricia Johnson. 1056 POWHATTEN STREET

ROCKArk- Jr. high school- L __ ___ (AVERT STUDIO PHOTO) PH. EL 4.0047 1147 McConihe-EL 6-6708
Without incident, two integratedtwo years

Negro students! were agosucceeefliily a-' Disputes Take' Programs Concert ; STRAND 7 Big Days .. Sun. Sat.INDAY.
served lunch at a voidedtheaegregationissue ,Commencement TALLAHASSEE-The Flor- ,. .

Greyhound bus station recently when ida A & M University
here last week,it was they decided to hold Two Lives Percussion Ensemble

reported.The the annuslschool prom Violence here last JALLAHASSEE-Commence- played its fourth annual ; CAN YOU STAND THE SHOCK!

students became in a local church. Friday night (June 9) ment exercises for the concert before a

the first members of When took the lives of two sunnier session'at capacity audience in
a meeting was
Florida A&JMMversily
their race to share a called to 'discuss thePz.o menpolice reported the auditorium of the .' -
lunch counter with by PTA president Artie Hammond, 45of will be held August Perry-Paige Building :[ I ; :1 ; i.r-! IRI1aifk

other races in this Nathan Brodskyit was '1612 Davis Street was .n, 1961. .recentlv.
city killed when he and -
opposed by county PTA x p1
Council 'president J. his nephew,, Wilbur F N I Alumni Conference

BookProfiles Bernard Bradshav The Mapps 22, of 1616-A Elects Officers :
: Catholic then Davis-St.fell from, the Is IntegratedST. -. .
group adjourned '
NAACP porch in front o fHammond's I IIC 'TIlIiJ.
PTA
as members and
house during AmmTINE--Otia SUN thru TUES.
reconvened as a parents Knowles, principal of THRILLS at Uv.r pltohl IS A PICTURE THAT IS A SURPRISE
an argument. Hannond, Great
body.It TAIXAHASSEE-Thj AND A DELIGHT-THAI'S .
the Florida State 3
NEW TORK'-"The signs at that time was hold- Southeast of "UNDE.
.I was then decidedto School for the Deaf Region "THE HALF a
butcher knife
ing a HITS
of a coning climax hold a prom including and Blind of this city the United States Nor ... NA PINT" V'1...
are everywhere states all atudents- which pierced his. elected preei- tional Student Association ,- .

Information Magazinein 10 Negroes included heartOfficers'WalterSolomon dent was of the National (USNSA) held Ir.pUDIE MURPHY COIOR WESTERN "GUHSHOKE"Skyview

a June article entitled in the local church. and Robert Alumni ,Association of an integrated confer SUN. THRU TUES.

"The NAACP George reported. Florida Normal and ence for the first Win $695 Cash Mon.NiteJ

Colored ants Champion NAACP Has Haaaond was pro- Industrial Memorial time in its history ALAN LADD COLOR WESTERN FUN RIOT ,OF THE YEAR

." nounced on arrival at ,when the region sponsored "ONE FOOT IN HELL" "WHEN COMEDY WAS KING "

Information is a New Offices Duval Medical Centerat College during the recently :its student Leadership p M .

Catholic lay publica- 10:30 p.m., it was held annual Conference re

tion portraying that ,I Having completed its reported. meeting of the organicent. t)5 Have You TastedSiiglcton's .
ChUrch rule i n move into its new offices Homicide Sgts RT sation B

7 American life It reports I located in Room Matthew and J. L. .
th "oppositionto 312 in the Masonic Jordan said Billy Felt SiperiorBar-B-O

racial equality ,is Building, 410 Broad Benton Jr. was pro- New Sandwich Line

steadily boiling down St., the Jacksonville nounced dead, on

to a hardcore center I Branch of the NAACP arrival at county PIG ON THE BUN
: of white supreeaeiataP I will be open for pub- hospital at 10:36 pm. Myrtle Ave. and Acton* Pfidnc ft,4-1468 .

The 12-page articleis lic services Mondays ,Benton death is \ AND .

accompanied by an through Fridays from reported. to have occurred MEDIUM MULLET .................u. lOc BEEF ON THE BUNThey're

array of photos on the 1 until 5 p.m., Rev. following an LARGE MULLET .. ........ 29e
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work and officials of J.B.F. Williamspres exchange of gunfire .

the NAACP including ident, announced. in the rear of his SALT MULLET .......................u. 29c
Executive Secretary: The administrative house located at 1111
Roy Wilkins, Special staff will be on hand, Cone Stand 1119 Cone HUH I102NYELLOW -
MULLET ROE........ 98c
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I Projects DirectorKargurita to take care of all St. where Rufus Allen ,

i Belafonte matters concerning the Gelsey lived, ..reports SALT MULLET ROE ...............u. 98c .
and Freedom Fund Co- current m emb ership indicated. DeliuousALLMEAT1H0BONES ,

Chaiman Flo,dPatter- drive and other information Gelsey was reportedto SHRIMPBOAT WHITING .......u. 32cSPECKLED _
son of importance be in serious con- "SCAICI AS SCA SEKrCNTS."rtMriu tn4 ALSO

r The Association 63 to its present dition from a bullet "02afu.. 55c I

year old President, and prospective members wound in the chest /: Sliced Beef or Pork t
Rioucro THIS WICK TO A NEW LOW .
runt otmia-
Arthur B. Spingarni Rev. William I Officers said that '
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pictured in a St.Paul, said. i Benton and Gelseyfs M...U .ittt........:qIe.... Only 35c : : .
Him., picket linea- wife became involvedin ... c.... ., Ih ... .,ti aU

long with others SAY YOn RAW XX an argument at ap- SILVER DRUM- Si..-, .."..WI m 29c New SeldAt _

prcndaately p.m.She 3 Stem... By Public( Demand o

<. WAY OF LIFE IN TOTS reportedly fired SPANISH MACKERELLI.........u. 35c BAR STORES
i The really good resolutions lead several shots a t / SWGLETONS: SUPERIOR -8-0 0

.., :_-;to.reform.a habit.-*ad reform soon. becomes .. r, nORB STAB Benton, one bullet OCEANVIEW.SPOTS :=* u. 35c f 33rd Moncrief 717 W. Ashley _
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/f" striking him in .the BLACK SEA BASS r,.. u.,,.., u. 35e / florida,Avenus At first Street i
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:zi : SPORTIIIII'IT DPI fl.& 44 __.y '_ Hampton Speaker*" k

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-I BY C PARHAU JOHNSON ::

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THE JACKSONVILLE' JETS are getting in hex} players great historic changehas

:. and they are caning for *,the purpose o f been based on nonconformity
strengthening the team and with their coming, Fa a refusal
it means some others must go. The big question to accept current

ie, will they be able to help the club or did Y answers as fina7.thebaccalaureate
the club do Just as well with what :they had? a speaker
From the start of things, it appeared that the said at Hampton Institute

Jets had, the team to win Sunday,June 4.
MOVING INTO TOE COT to Join the Jets are The Rev.Joseph Evans

Early Cliff Davis, Jr.,from Texas ASeM; Leonard' minister of the Con;
Bell, Third baseman from the University o fAlabama gregational Church of

and the reinstatement of Wayne Wilson the Good Shepherd,

I an outfielder who has been attending Spring- Chicago, HI.,told an

field College in Springfield Mass It seems audience of graduates,
that the Jets will continue to sign in and, faculty members,alunni

If+ weed-out until they get the type of players and 'guests thafVLth-
, they need to'get the team out of the cellar. YOlfNG. MEN'S out nonconformity
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, ONE OF THE BEST BASEBALL TOWNS around the there would have beenno

,; circuit is Jacksonville Florida,but when only" -... ,,."' ASSOCIATIONTffiSPIAieThe :'.._ c ', ,; Reformation n o
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j 734 people turn out to see the home town team .,,.:' ,:'" c.f: .... .'c c',"''.'., '..c e'.:" Luther, no Zwingli,

" in action it is time to take inventory. There y+ ,,; ..; '. 4i. "f -' c. .. !c'.:e,: .. Calvin,Knox or Martin
must be a reason why people don't turn put in 't';" Luther King"

large numbers. Believe it or not,people turned s: 'i,:,,: J 0 H N C f.. fOR ,0 ': ,r "If society is to be
but to see the old Jacksonville Tars play. It purified," he said,if

has gone down in history however that some of >. ", UlY life is to have
the most outstanding diamond performers were 4A dignity, the critic,
members of the Tars. '4f the dreamer, thevisionarrthebeliever

THERE IS ONE QUESTION however that many of ,

the fans would like to have answered. How does in a better order are
; the attendance at the new Jacksonville Base ),- needed." Pointing out 4
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ball Park compare with the attendance at the -: .;...., -' that so many of those 1
old Barrs Field. Many of the fans who once :' :J r.. who have been victorious -

watched the games from the porch of the two / k it("."" : over life have
story dwelling house: across the street and 5,1 t been great spiritualperzsonalitieshe
t '
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those who actually went inside contend that ti .fA'- dted
the crowds at the new park could never compare ,\ .. those "who for the

with the turnouts at Durkee Field. Now don't first annual Boys Night U.S.A. Variety program sponsored by the James sake.conscience and
Weldon
get excited, it is the same park. Barre Field Johnson Branch MCA was held Monday evening, May 29 at the Walker Vocational and freedom, have stood
became Durkee Field and later Myrtle Avenue Commercial College. Shown are two of the clubs which turned in outstanding parform uices.
Jhey are the John E. Ford Gra-Y Club and the Oakland steady in the face of
Park. By whatever name the park is called the Gra-Y Club. Faculty advisers for the
question remains the same. Attendance has beena groups are Mrs. T. V. Xnden'Mr8-. C. Rosier, James Boykins and Mrs. Edith Davis. beatings aid imprisonment -
baseball Other IMCA school clubs on program and their advisers The -who are bent on
big discussion since the activities were: Darnell Cookman Gra-Y
moved to the Eastside. At this time however it '. -Mrs. Mary Lewis, Miss Clevel Cromartie and Mrs. Rosetta Johnson in charge. Smart P. Livingston changing wrongs into
Gra-Y-Winners ot the First rlBe) Mrs. H. J. B rights,who believe inhuman
is hard to believe a particular locality has ? ington and Mrs. Dorothy Lang.
George W. Carver Gra-Y
anything to do with attendance.THE Club-A. T. Wilson. Forest Park Gra-Y-Willie C.Brown and James Hol- dignity.
loway. The A. L. Lewis Gm-T- Mrs.. N. W. .Harris P. L. Mitchell The speaker noted
HIGHLY PUBLICIZED Jim Greengrass is no : and Mrs. L. F. Moses. The
more a player for the Jets i but a scout for the Susie Moncrief E. Elementary GraYMrs.. Bernice D. White, Carter T. Lewis and Miss Julia Wallace. that there are three
Houston Colts. Jim is such a swell fellowmany Tolbert Gra-Y- Hre Howard Guyton, Mrs. D. Kennerly, Mrs. Jiimnie L. odkew attitudes that a per-
and
Mrs. F.R.W. Turner. Judges for the son can take toward
of his admirers and well wishers are glad to and occasion were Mrs. Marvin Jenkins, L. F. Williams
J. Baker. Over 300 persons attended this first affair. life and that each of.
see the big fellow get a break. Headquarters ,
one
us takes of these
for Jim will be in Jacksonville and he will ,'., .
still see his team in action whenever they p' 1 1R > .
happen..to be in town together. '-:- r j ii
..' WHEN YOU ARE ILL
WHEN THE JETS PLAY at home on June 22the Boy .- ', .h P You Seek The Beat Doctor
;
Scouts of the North Florida Council will be 1' ., When Your Doctor Prescribe 1 1i

guests of the team Some of the little Cub / :+: :' i Get Experienced Pharmacists
are excited over the opportunity to attend a .. : To Fill Your Prescriptions .
According To Your Doctor
baseball in the ,
game Jacksonville Baseball'Park. Orders. We Use Only
Some of the Scouts are quite versatile: r rh" The Best Quality Drugs At
at playing the game. The Cubs and: Scouts will Dr. C. E. BlackProprietor
have an opportunity to see some of the poten-

tial big league stars in action.IT f 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU
DOESN'T SEEM MUCH like the Indians are

smoking the peace pipe around the American LILLY'S DRUG STORE
League. The Indians are out for war and: with

their big war clubs in the hands of Big Chiefs 1907 Kings Road. ELgin 38276A
Johnny Temple, Jimmy PiersallWillie Kirkland, COMPLETE LINE OF: I
Tito Francona, Vic Powers Woody Held and the Cosmetics Rubbe Goods Candies Sundries I
other Heap Big Indian Chiefs they are riding t PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DEiVEAEDPIIOTOGIiAPIIS I
in the upper deck of the ten decker.

THE TIGERS FROM DETROIT were riding highwide FAMU HONOR GRADS--Graduating with greater distinction from FloridaA&M

and comfortable until they hit Indian country. University during the spring commencement exercises were Queen

Big Chief Jimmy Dykes called his warriors together Ester Stallsworth (left), Oviedo; Barbara Burney, TallahasseeBarbaraNelson IOI6

and Chief Jim (Kudcat) Grant saidyUnMe' Barrett, Winston-Salem:, N. C. ; Marguerite Paige, Clearwater.
take urn, Me no take umBarry Latoan Will" Bob Second row, Avolon D. Dowdell, JacksonvilleWilliam larkins andMarion EVERY OCCASION

Allen, says, "Barry miss umme take urn."Cleve- Bacon, both of West Palm Beach.Not shownrBuford Gibson,S erasoto;Edwin
land has shown in the' last round-up. that you've Elliott, NassauAlfred Evans, Key West; Gwendolyn Ryles, West Pal m ZT Expert Photography
got to beat urn, to win urn. Look out for the Beach; Alvin Fridie, Jacksonvilleand: Franklin WilliamsonBaker. ., Portraits Weddings Banquets,Photo
Indians; they are on the war path. (FAMU staff Passports & Identification
photo by Horace Jones Jr.) Photostats & Commercial Work
Photos For Newspaper Cuts
FAMU Holds
ATTENTION READERS Summer Slate While You Wait

beauticiansWorkshop FAMU Begins Coloring & Picture Framing
DEADLINE FOR NEWS IS .: Given At FN! Let Us Take A Photo Of You ,.

TUESDAY at NOON June 17 I 7967 Summer
In Natural Color ,
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ST. AUGUSTINE-Regis- 1M ...,/ n_ '
FLORIDA STAB TALLAHASSEE-The 18th tration for the 1961 AVERY
Annual Sessions HereTALLAHASSEEThe
2323 Moncrief Rd. Corner 13th Street Workshop and aver session a t AVERY'S PHOTO STUDIO

Culture Clinic ,Teachers for Beauty and Florida Normal and 1674 KiNGSRDAU ---- NiXT t5 EWC LIBRARY
Industrial Memorial
c, Beauticians will be took place on 1961 Fhc sr EL 4'7Cf.5;: For A-;:+-If4hr.on1.Manufacturers .
College summer session a t
held
r July 17-28 o n June 12 from 8 to 4
Florida A&H University
: : :,- the Florida NtH University -
; .11II. .in p.m. Dr. Sankey Chao will begin with
-.- campus director of the summer
the faculty preplanning '
the
; : nical vocationaltech- session announced. He conferences on tMAKES&SKIN
institute.
1 that
f also stated
Friday June 16. The
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Subjects to be cover-
ed in the registration took meeting .for all University -
1Jk certificatecourse ten-day- place In the Dining employeesfor

Hall.
the session
summer
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program areshop man-.
agementshairstyling Approximately fortyor will be held on Monday -
,
waving and curling, more courses have June 19at 7:00
scalp treatmentspcalp been listed this year. p.m., in the Charles

peeling,bleaching and at Florida Normal. .Winter Wood Theatre.

tinting,hair cutting, ..
various shampoos, BLEACHES

rinses and manicuring YEARS OLD FASHIONED t1SkIfltona
,fInd FOR 10

I ,FAMU fees Uoexce/If

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KNIGHT Increased i'-
:..' KEN ': IN RELIEVING
lightens dark spots
: i Invite You To Lutes To TAI..LAHASSEEThe ATHLETE'S FOOTTetterine S perfect( powder
registration fee for is equal to any newfangled prep- base ona.Skin. .-
: 1TRAIN" : state students at aration for relieving athletes foot. And .
: ..you won't find anything more effective for
Florida ASH Ur jersity harmless insect bites. eczema, scabies, or
., t.tingAt 7:00 P. M. Nightly'= will be increased from external kin irritations. Get Tetterine
-
.. from your druggist or send 75 cents to the
$75 to $90 beginning ,. Shuptrine.Company. Savannah. Georgia.
with the fall sweater t. of P sner's rgamor/The Jar with the Star'
WRBC
1400
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i-it Daytona Beach Kennel Club Slates Auspicious June 16 Opening




Daytona Kennel Club' Offers f Jax' Baseball Star Cited lax Sprinter ?te* Dodgers r Plan

I World Breaks
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J Wholesome Sports Programing NAIA Mark Negro Player
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SIOUX FALtSS.D.J& .-.- For
Atlanta
DAYTCNA,BEACH-Something' new, exciting and %'. Robert Hays of .
entertaining has been offered n rid .'a sports Floiida AtM, running '
lovers this year when the Daytona Beach Kennel in the preliminaryheat
Club-the Showplace of the Southopened its of the 100- yard NASHVHLETenn.--
fabulous Greyhound racing plant Friday night, dash in the National cording to Los Angeles
June 16 in an incomparable setting before Association of Intercollegiate Dodger vice president
thousands of raptuoua fans 1 1 Athletics Hassle Buvasi, a plan
From now until Sept. track and field is in motion to placea
30, racing will b e 'plan their summer I F- championships here on Negro player on the
held nightly'except events at Daytona June 2, tied the accepted club'a Atlanta Crack-
Sunday. Post time is "Beach Kennel Clubthe I world's ark .era t farm club of the
slated promptly at management stated. of 9.3 set by Mel Southern Association
8:15 o'clock. Popular How To Get There: Patton in 1948. Buvasi stated that
-1 matinee programs will In tying the world he wishes to test the
a be held on Wednesdaysand The Daytona B e ach mark held by eight reaction of Atlanta
Saturdays with Kennel Club is within others, Hayes also tans in view of the
post time slated at easy reach from every broke the 9.4 NAIl Dodger's desire t o

2 P.m.Racing. direction. Motorists 1 .. mark set by Bobby raise the Atlanta team
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from both north and --- --- : --
will be heldas -I Morrow of Abilene to a triple-A status
previously scheduled south use Highway No. AWARDED TROPHIES Trophies were awarded to the four Florida A&H University Christian in toot I rfa' -
regardless of the 1-burn west on Route baseball players recently.Sam Howellagent director for iheAtlanta
weather. The program 92. From Orlando,San- Life Insurance Company, made the presentation.Left to rightHowellGene
.. carries the popular ford,and DelandRoute "Red" Champion, most valuable player; James "Shorty" Jackson, leading
Daily Double feature I 92 leads directly to hitter; Jaxfs Robert "Bob" Lucas, player with the biggest heart, a nd
on the first and ,the track. Ocala and Albert Cherry, captain of the team.
second races and Gainesville fans use (FAMU staff photo by H. Jones Jr.)
Quinelas-the combination Route 17, and turn
of two dogsis east on 92. Banks LearningLeft Negro Shirt q'-.w
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featured during each Negro Major
j race. SPORTS Field Making Plant
The Daytona Beach CHICAOO-Infied star Loop PlayersAMERICAN
Kennel Club has addeda Where are the fish Ernie Banks,who has Plans Expansion
hiding?Thet is a question
new, ultra modern made somewhat of a LEAGUE 1
grandstand which offers that needs record in playing SWAIN5BOROGa.- .
the ultimate in answering,most anglers consecutive Detroit Tigers five months of suc- !" '. '.::... ... ;
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comfort and luxury. will agreeWellhere's games recently, says Jake Woods, 2b cessful operation to '" \\\1,
This "Showplace o f one answer that to that he has become a Bill Bruton, cf date, new vistas for \ '
the South" now features certainly wortha try. "thinking man" after Bibber Martin, if employment opportunities -, ,- J -, .._<
theatre-type seating, If you're looking for having switched from Ossie Virgil, iff of Southern Negroes -
an incomparable mezzanine a school of big; bass shortstop to left, Chico Fernandez, ss became a reality TRAIN YOURSELFFor
and plush box (and who isn't?), go field.. when the Bnanuel
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seats overlooking the out to the center ofa "I've played short- N. Y. Yankees Garment Company, pro- A Paying ProfessionIn

racing strip Only the likely lake just stop for so long that Elston Howard, c ducers of high quality -
finest foods' and before sunset Watch it became automatic," Hector Lopez, If menu shirts opened -' 26 Weeks
for flat water surrounded his Jesse Gonder c its modern plant
drinks are served at he said following '''''''''' ''''1
the Daytona Beach by a slight leftfield debut which Minnesota Twins here.
This is the Women Are Excelling In
Kennel Club. ripple. ended in the Cubs The amazing success .
Clubs and organizations clue that there's a outscoring the, Lennie Green, cf of the operation has
wishing to enjoya dropoff on the bottom Phillies by a 3-1 Earl Battey, c created new demands: BarberingAT
nightly or matinee beloW. The calm water tally. Jose Valdivielso, ss Plans for a new and
program of enjoyableand indicates the shallow "I've got to keep Zollo Versailles, if larger p.aat2.Airing

exciting fun ,are area. Work your lure remembering that I'm Baltimore Orioles of 250 additional Negro FLOIIDA UIIEI COLLEGE
cordially invited to in one of these spots in left field a 11 women; and, 3.
for a lunker.largemouth during a game. I'vegot Earl Robinson Establishment of plants 630'Davis .t Beaver.St.
I to learn to fire in five other cities.
-.' ._- ._ .... .4." Cleveland Indians
---'- the ball to George -
inWatch center!' Bill Kirkland, of
Altman
You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get .
Vic Power, Ib
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GALA OPENINGNOW
This Clown Jim Grant, p
I LOW PRICES 110-846-357 Valuer Thomas, c

; On Your 9-51-66 .Kansas City Athletics TON IICHT I
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DRUG STORE REEDS 0 j g 7 Bob Boyd, IbWashington Nationals,

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Your Local Papers 4WOOD'S Sometimes lie's up Bennie Daniels, p
Sometimes he's down Chicago White Sox
H. adds subtracts
DIXIE PHARMACY H. works it all around. Floyd Robinson, of
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You Know your Lucky Piapsie Green, if J-i
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JacksonHiss.Frc i JUST75OP4IRS :
the Jackson City Jail :
CORE, National Direc- A -**: I
tor dates Farmer call MEN'S BETTER I
ed for more Freedom i >

Rides travel to end throughout segregated 1 DISCOUNT CITY s :. f WALKING

the South. 0.B.V. I
Farmer'said, "T he iowek '
PRICED : :
Freedom trail is being SHORTS.
blazed all over

America We must keep ,.. > 4 Pocket Madras plaids
the underbrush from tr .. up:: Adjustable waist band 8 Expertly tailored Sixes 30 to 38
; growing up in its
wake.MomentumJManartunJMomentum ,.
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The COBS NationalDirector
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added,"We hspre
the initiative. W e I .F SUNDAY AT 7890 NORMANDY BLVD. 12 A.M. TO 6 P1M. !'
mustn't let any grass
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grow under our feet .
Thanks for coveringour
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flanks so weU.tfy ,, .
heart is there-and- :
here..The ,riders are
all grateful. Eve ryride OPEN 9 A.M. SATURDAY
a Freedom Ride."
I .... FOR CHILDREN ONLY

POLICE REPORTS .:, .,, .,xp ,. (Adnlti' rm tted& -'artl, if atom mued
A. 6,* child)

.. N -' CUP CalM Set Son.Special Selection of Gifts for DM .
William Ford, :38, of L lfOR -DAD"!l Srd let i Free loving Cup for the Worlds Greatest Bat
1074 W. Beaver Street ; p
was stabbed during a a ,"!; DAD
fight last Saturday S 0

morning, police reported 4: ... ii1 ...
:, :;, THE MOST FABULOUS
Ford said h e was
walking west Beaver 'r
,Street about 1:30a.m.: SHIRT EVENT EVER
When he reached Ever-

con out Streeta of the dark man came and rnn

started a fight with ; Q MEN'Sa
him for no apparent
reason. He said his
assailant stabbed him
in the back with a
knife.
Ford was treated at
Dr. Washington's office. -
.Police said Ford H 3 =3'a by Mohawk
was highly intoxicated. i. :r 1

Patrolmen FKack and ,i:F; ,. ,: i \ t; The, largest selection anywhere! Famous
J. Doe i \
investigated. *
I' : :i v P Mohawk short sleeve dress shirts Choice
of fine pique mesh oxford
The home of WilliamC. weaves, button-
Brown at 1142 W. e w -r. downs and pique button-downs. Light
13th Street was entered b t4 t'rt' weight, end on end fabrics. Wide choice of _
last Sunday and :bs 1 4 '> colors. Sizes 14 to 17.
several items taken, # *
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police said. .. 1I i y .a a o .,
Mr.Brown said he was '
in the next block ata

friend's his car.house He said waxing ; GIGANTIC( SELECTIONS

he had his front door / d'" 4 !A
closed but: not locked : j'
When he came home he
found his house had :' 9 000

been entered and gone : .
through b someone
y
who,had ransackedboth \ z ( A 't,
bedrooms. In checkinghe :
said he found sev- r

eral articles missing % .
for a total value of \ Ga .
,$312. He told policehe 0
would other
report. ..
items is he should yp
find .anything el a e

missing.Patrolmen W. H. Harris ShortSleeve SPORT SHIRTS m

investigated and Sidney Gaines ,

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John Green Bryant, Group (I-Nationally advertised
56,907 Florida Avenue
was hit over left eye 0" brands 3 button placket model, ; '

last Monday while plain vim with fashion lollar.e' t
playing at the Gem
Billiard Hall at 1060

Florida Avenue with a Group 2-Dfislpied by famous Tos
man who wanted to. bet enlnl Handsome Jacquard fronts, j L f
Bryant would lose the r. t
F
ribbed cuffs and buttons. Fancy de. '
game. Bryant said he
did not "know the man sip on front for added lallrut.81roup .
and paid him no attention
l Luxurious Ban-Lon by /
The man struck him Assorted link patterns ,
over the left eye S t r
famous maker shirts ire es-
with a cue stick with-
words designed in the ultimate of E.
out
saying any
and ran, Bryant said causal. st,lip,. ; ,
The .injured man was ..
taken to Duval Medi- l
cal Center and said 1 [
he will prosecute when \
he is able to establish *
the suspect'sidentity.

10-DAY MONEY lACK GUARANTEE ACRES OF FREE PARKING AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT
Patrolmen T.W.Johnson -
and G.H. Touchtoi.


Theories investigated are worthleu until the) 7890 NORMANDY BLVD. !! :..1H3ns..SUN 48th St.rk
are haraeued..to industry., ...,....lest ntrr N Ma1 Between Main S Pearl
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NORMANDY BLVD. STORE OPEN SUN. 12 6 P,1V wn ...., 1-lt Ur r0 OPEN MON.-SAT., 9:30 A.M-10 PJVL
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