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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:
July 1, 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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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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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:
July 1, 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:
UF00028362:00415

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Preceded by:
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E Grocery Chains Studied I Nearly $9,000 In Clothing.. !


Employment Office ScoredThe Said Stolen In Alleged Thefts

Moving swiftly on a Suit
NAACP Youth Council which announced that officers Airport
reported "tip", -
it is conducting a survey of policies of employment of the 'J ax bur- Trial'ls July 18
by local finns with a view: to callingfor glarly squad last Sat- II I
Selective Buying by Negroes got its program -
urday rounded up seven TALLAHASSEE-The suit
rolling with an investigation of Daylight .
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who minis-
'. teenage youths by three. Negro -
Food Stores chain. office practicescrimination dis- later admitted to hav- ters seeking to inte- 'i'P..ACY.rJJODGWNThe teenage gang, charged; with theft of nearly 39,000
The survey of the ,> against from two local stores 'were arrested last
ing robbed two local grate the municipal in men's and boy's clothing I
Daylight stores which Negroes by preventingthem stores of nearly: $9,000in restaurant here will Saturday by Det. Lt. H.P. Branch and members of the police burglarlysquad.

rI began two weeks ago from securingany expensive men's be heard July 18 at Held in city jail awaiting preliminary hearing arefrom left: J

I was made b y three type o f white and boy's clothing, 11 a.m. by FederalDi'strict' Eugene Philpot, 17, of 1597 W. 29th St; Freddie Lee King 19, o f. !
groups of Youth Coun- collar employment. It police reported. Judge Har- 1170 W. State St; Alphonso Barker, 19", of 1406 Grothe St. ; Rudolph

cil members who visited has been reported that Two of the youth, rold Canjwell, it was Alonzo Turner, 15of 1914 W. Second St. ; and Ernest Scales, 17, of I

the markets and Negro applicants to aged 15 and 16 were announced Tuesday. 1438 W. 25th St. Other burglarly squad officers participating in the

conducted interviewswith the(white) Bay Street remanded to the .juvenile Plaintiffs are the .. ,arrests, were Det. Sgts. L., W. Heard J. H. Tillman and B.....W. Hagan. \

the personnelin offices' are referred jshelter;,.ptxo Rew.. ,Joe Redd=ck and 0'f
'variousdepart:; a.to theco. .dJ) -Adams: -_- ,. 'others'had'ready !David Brooks' of Tallahassee 4t 'KSd'Cfoss Nixes':Swim Classes* Min1ste"rOutdraws

ments. Street, office'to:which been convicted and ,and, Rev. T. R.

A report of the no white collar jobsare .,sentenced to the state Gibson of Miami. The Carries On Private Program BanditA
tgroup's
findings has referred, but instead -. industrial school in complaint is ,issued Alleged
not been released for are filled,exclusively the of
Marianna for other against City BY STAFF CORRESPONDENT
publication, but it at the'Vhlte" burglaries, and five Tallahassee and the J a x minister outdrew -

was learned that the office.It were placed in city American News Co., Duval public swimming pools muddle sub-' an alleged holdup

Youth Council is"dis- has not been made jail to await, pre- operator of the airport merged into further complications when the A- nan: last Monday is I
satisfied" with morning, and there ,
some known what action the restaurant.The .
lininary hearings on merican Red Cross- public service organiza- that
phases of Daylight's youth group plans to breaking and entering suit seeks an tionpostponed its swimming classes at Spring- a possibility have

policies regarding take regarding t h eState and larceny charges, injunction to preventthe field, Hendricks Avenue, and Lackawanna pools been the bandit wounded may police
,
Negro employees.It Employment offices Det. Lt. H. P. Branchof city from"arrest- which were scheduled to start the program this

was made known policy, but it the burglarly squad ing harassing prospective week, it was announced. reported. to the police -
that the Council will According
was indicated that a stated. customers The organizati o n's '. i
carry its campaign to Selective Buying cam- Held in city jail because of their water safety direc- AdmitsRobheriei Rev. W. J. Lim-
Rd.
t end various forms of paign will initiate areErnest Scales,17; color." tor, W. E. Thompsonthen bric,of 1814 Kings
his car s
driving a
was
discrimination against firms that Rudolph Alonzo Turner; stated that
I to other stores fail to remedy employment Alphonso Barker, 19; Judge T. Whitfield classes at the pri- into his garage between -

in the coamunity. discrimination. Freddie Lee King, 19; Davidson- ordered Dal- vately owned San, 1:15 and 1:30

1 A spokesman for the and Eugene .Philpot,!?. las' public schools Souci, Cedar Hills, a.m. when a man came
said that theC > is to integrate with a to the car and asked I
group Selective Buying Other burglarly squad Hotel Sandpiper, and
and C Grocery chain' a more cultured termfor 1 officers assisting !n stair-step plan o f Jacksonville Beach him what did he have.
also under scrutias when the When the minister
is compliance
"boycott".Instead the investigation and. pools would start June
as well as the of urging Negroes to ultimate arrest of the, schools open:in' Sep 26. t -4WALTER reached for his pistol
state Employment office tember. Y .1 which was on the front
boycott a firm o r were Det. Sgts. The private classes
t which, it is alleged askedto gang CalJJLng t'''h e Fifth seat of the car, the
iFirms they are Tin
L.W. Heard,J.H. are reportedly being
discrimination U.S.Court of Appeals' ordered him to'drop
) .practices be "selective" in man
man, and B. W. Hagan. sponsored jointly by
again s t their dollars order a "forced" one, it, Rev. Limbric
spending the Red Cross,and the
Judge Davidson urged fired one shot throughthe
Negro job applicants.The Dallas Schools Duval County school
State Employment. I white citizens t o window of his car

.... Integration Set "stand calmly by the system the in cooperationwith LEE SALTER and witness employedin

Passing; Of Mrs GibbsIs constituted authority1and Hotel management Sandpiper, and ...Strong Arm Bandit a service station
'* urged support of across the street said
DALLAS Tex.-Warning the Wurm Park and Twin
Of ChurchwomanFriends the school board's Salter 26 he saw the man run
loss Walter Lee
all white citizens to Hills Civic Associa- ,
; efforts to out from the driveway
carry:
of Lakeland, admittedto
the ruling tions.
accept
in Florida and thelME jurisdictionwere peacefullyU.S. Dist. the order. It was also learned police this week holding on tp his

deeply saddened Thursday when it was that some 2,000 adults that he took part ina stomache.
learned that Mrs. Penny Esther Gibbaprominenth Teenage Burglars Sentenced and childrenhad series of strongarm Police said there

wife of Bishop C.A. Gibbs, AME prelate of th e registered f o r robberies with a was no hole in the

16th Episcopal district died suddenly.A classes slated to begin local six-man gang. A garage where the bullet -
would have been
native! Floridian, which she was able to last Monday and parolee Salter, who : missed.
if the shot
Mrs. Gibbs receivedher contribute to the AXE Tuesday at the sus-. was turned over to
Two shots were reported -
advanced educa- women's organizations pearled public,swinging Raiford authorities,
tional training at Edward whether in Jackson- pools. is said to owe the statedone fired having, police been

Waters Collegeand ville Ocala at state eight years on
various fired into the minis
Wilberforce U ni- general *c o n- a previous conviction.
Bandits Rob ter's car by the :ban
versity. ,As a result ferences throughoutthe Broward dit. '

." of her intellectual nation, Sie r r e 0 ; Office The incident was investigated
r. background, she was LeoneAfrica, and theME Miami by Patrolmen -
able to be of constant college in Africa. Being Sued E. Jefferson and
assistance to KIAMI-A city department
i r 'a water collec- H. Hartley.
Bishop Gibbs during MIAMI-Federal "court

his early of years Edward aspresident iI*: :$ ; L vBUAGLARI.Y was tion robbed downtown of, office an undisclosed action is being sought -seeking complete integration I

RING-Appearing before Circuit Court sum of in an immediate school of Broward {

Waters College, lateras Judge *A, Lloyd Layton, four Jax teenagers who Monday by three money Negro I desegregation suit against -- city schools, buses,
a presiding elder two here in Kay the' Broward
admitted cosaitting burglaries : it restaurantsand other
gunmen, was report
and during his assumption were given prison sentences ranging from 18- ed., County school system, publicly operatedmedia.
to and after he texas from left .,:*
Reveiving
months to two years. Although ah official recent. .
became .bishop I were: Eddie Geddes, 18, of 1237 E. Third St., declined to say how I Two Broward junior'

Her dynamic personality I two-years O'Hara Fields, 17, of 1901 KcLeanRd. much coney was stolen, Atty.G.EGraves Jr.,, high schools and a
and rare and John Henry teoltendorf, 17, 156 Freak Mrs. Mayme aylor's I special counsel for Negro's suit for admission -
leadership ability { the Florida NA CP said
18 months each and Clalorn Holsen- I
ii-V1J.l. lin St., ; pocketbook containingfive I : to Broward Jr.
w0 strikingly contrasted 'be doM, 18, 1567 Franklin St., a oifce .year sen-I dollars was he is preparing a College are being
held Hondty at 2 .
t in the or- I p.iu suit In Tallahassee I .
ganisational strength in !It.ZiontHE! Church tenee. -t. :: taken. *' filed. l
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.' '.- .1, .. ,' I. THE FLORIDA STAR. .'Saturday, July 1, 19 f

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BY ERIC O. ;
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1 Published by The Florid Star Publishing Co. ,. ''{ ,Monday night the Florida a Voters. Lea g',,
'Member of Associated Negro Press" t .,1.) elected its sla be of officers to serve in th

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BUC O. SIMPSON......_.................._...._..........Managing Editor Clay and Nassa* counties. .

ALYSON E. WISE......_.:.......;...._...................._.......News Editor Those elected., are as follows:

HILDA, WOOTEN.........................._............Grculation Manager : -- .
Mrs. Alice
Conway
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'T1 search and education(
." MAIN*omcE & PLANT: 19 second vice-president j; Now that.. ,
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:2323 Moncrief Road.._...... ......_.uN..M.....Ph n. Elgin 4-6782 Richard Bradley, recording the offices -, .
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Mailing Address: ,',.. -- !! ; 9f' Mrs. Marie McKeever,
beenfill-

__ P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville- _.1.,..Florida'o. .... 'e., : corresponding secre- ed,. theLeague
tary; E.J. Norman,fi-
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SUBSCRIPTION -
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Year, $5. o; Half Year, $3.00 nancial.secretary| 0- has before -
Mailed To You Anywhere In The United States tis Speights, treasurer -
Subscription Payable In Advance Send Check ,or Money Order To: ; William (Bill]) it a

FLORIDA STAR-P. O.Box JACKSONVILLE. 1.FLORIDA, Shelinan business tremendous -
,
l' job
;f manager; Lee Haynes,
to tackle.
- HOLD-UPS ASSAULT! sergeant-at-arms; and Needless to the
INCREASE OF J.D. Bass, chaplain. say,
first job for us to
As vie e presidentcf .
; MORE POLICE ', :ir c-J the League yours tackle and keep working -
FOR ,
SHOWS NEED truly appointed Ally- at is that of increasing -\ L

Negro registration t
- son E.V se of the i
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in this three-*
One does not have to be a crime statistics expert to re- : : Florida Star staffto
In this
. .aUze that hold-ups, break-ins, muggings and strong-armel< serve as public county,area. \

robberies have shown a sharp increase in the past year ______ relations director. connectionplans will

,and are steadily rising each day. Joshua Williams was be announced in the
What is more alarming is that our local police are near future relativeto
force in their efforts to curl named director of re-
handicapped by inadequate the push-off of a /

these\ crimes.In I You bet we have registration campaign t i J

the colored areas where the muggings are extremely The next big job before .I

high, in proportion to population, it is very obvious tha CONFIDENCE in a us -- and one ,,

there is need for more policemen and more squad cars to GROWING which poses a serious I

deal with the number of robberies and bloody assaults tha'occur is that of t
problem -- ;
especially on week-ends. ENFORCEMENT OF COURT DECISION l, ASSURES FREEDOM OF TRAVEL, MR. PRESIDENT AMERICA a campaign to secure :
.
It often takes anywhere from twenty minutes to ax ....00I' t
hour before a squad car with investigating officers arrive more city, county and (

at the scene of a hold-up or assault to murder. The tardy Your Weekly state jobs for Negroes -

arrival of police gives the thugs an opportunity to get .

out of the neighborhood and change their attire, if they ., It Is utterly ridicu-
wish. However, if there was an adequate number of men -I Horoscope Guide : lous that in a city 4 i
I and squad cars which could be dispatched to the scene of: : Jacksonville
some of the crimes in short notice, there is no doubt that like I
WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR
where Negroes compose .
.
would be
many of the culprits apprehended.The I
BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL I about oun-third of the
lack of adequate police and squad cars places citi 9
not five
zens in great danger, and therefore should be considered a population,
very urgent matter demanding the attention of the Chief By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES percent of the em-

of Police, the Mayor and the City Council. ployees on the city
E.O.S i present and future. pay-rolls are colored
5orn March 21 thru April 2 secret a t t a c hmenta'should ous personal initiative Partnerships that are citizens.
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: (12th
they. presentany
I formed with the pur- The time has come
The 9th could be a threatening aspects 750881572758LIBRA \
Old Racket pose of reinforcingthe when we must place our
Attacking an day of emergency affecting whatsoever. individual or mu- demands before the ,

Colored Americans with the intellect of Einstein, the yourself or 9-20-77-16-39-927._ J Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 2';. tual economy co uld City Councilthe City I
.
brilliance of Socrates and the ingenuity of Ford cannot co-workers. Be pre-' CANCER You can expect.y. the provide the secret Commission and the 1

hold thousands of municipal, county and state jobs pared to place :your 'Born June,22 thru July 22 inner voice to tall word that opens doorsto Civil Service Board ,
: throughout the South just because- they are colored. skills and brawn at industrial or pro- and if they are not
This racket,is as old as Emancipation, and such Negroes the service oft any Your creative think- loud and clearif you fessional expansion.460771983467 met w e must draw
as succeed in breaking through the barrier are as or group should ,ing should receive a have done any thizia] ,
person to" defeat those
scarce as the dodo, mainly because of disfranchisementand tremendous boost on for which you could< plans
,consequent lack of political power, coupled with failure they be urgently re- o'n politicians and public
yourself CAPRICORN
reproach
:
to register and vote where they can. quired. The 10th naybe the 9th.It .could verywell officials who have
the 8th and 9th. You: Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19
NAACP is that
f Consequently, we are delighted that the called one of your be you pos been responsible for
finally doing something'apout it by launching a campaign more fortunate days sess talents that may more noble and virtuous A crisis of a sort ;
maintaining discriminatory
a
to cut off Federal funds for state employment services that .. when your hopes and aid you in making a qualities may; could be precipitated, employment

discriminate against hiring Negro job applicants.This name for yourseJ.torin rise to the surface, and should you be tra- .
ideas receive Negroes
attack con- policy against -
kickoff for a'more widespread
is the
find
veling could
make
carving out a remunerative and impel you to you
which will hit not only public but private job discrimination siderable encourage .
smack in the
which the Federal government has been condoning ment.The necessity of career. Do amends wherever they; yourself A similar campaignmust

for.many, many years. prudence and modera- not pass up the chanceto are due on the 10th middle of it on the be directed ir
'It'makes no sense," says NAACP Labor Secretary tion is analyze this possibility Since more materiaJ.considerations 8th and 9th.There are
again emphasized the area of county
Herbert Hill, "for the Federal Government to issue directives to ask an could< possibilities t hat.
time to be on the llth12thOne or well as state
to stop discriminating and at the same jobs as
financing and subsidizing discriminatory hiring facilities." of your first old friend or dear regain the upper han something very. fortu- jobs.

This racket which keeps all of the best jobs for whites, moves should be di- one to give you an with them will com nate would follow in If would check

has been going on for years; and it teems-that the present rected toward stabilising honest appraisal of worries on the 12th. the shape of cash or the you number of county
attack is overduet net only against the Southern state employment 1-70-33-17-58-173 an interesting posi-
and I potentials as
,
job your: i .d
your will r !
offices, but the ones that are doing the same tionlOth70881271478). : jobs you
economic ituation they see them ((10th -
thing outside the South. s i that Negroes do not
Racial discrimination by Southern and other employers (13th). This weekend 11th). SCORPIO &- hold one percent of

against Negroes is bad enough without the assistanceof should be a rather 380441847384LEO Born. Oct. 24, thru -Nov. 22 AQUARIUSBorn those jobs. A similar

Federally-subsidized state emploment agencies.Government. pleasant one,when you The proper choice of Jan* 20 thru Feb 19 check on the state I
We can see no reason why the Federal and and Romance is in the
have hobbies enjoyable partners worldly; .that ,
show
cannot also act against states which receive a substantial jobs will
Born July 23 thru Aug. 23
part of their budget for employment of civil servants from companions to ." occupations should be air, and your abilityto Negroes hold less than

the.Federal treasury to which everybody contributes, and keep you: entertained. Certain individualsimder.'the made to serve you :r attract people and one-tenth of one per-

yet persist in barring Negroes from whit .coUar state, Romance has a par- guise of material ends. You win friends may be cent of those jobs.

county- and municipal jobs.; ticular aura on the friendship, may attempt could reap a bumpe: considerably enhanced It is shameful that
All of these states which offend the most are dependent ,
utilize from previou ) It does not
((10th .
Federal handouts to perpetuate their lily-white 15th. o your crop out of about 200 Road
't r bureaucracies.upon 240991486249TAURUS generous impulses for sowings on the 10th take much,quite often Patrol officers,not a
!
I' If.they want racial discriminalicu in employment, let -- purely mercenary motives A difference over. to get you off on an
t them bear the full financial burden* and not. look to the You will have friendsor a indiscre-I extravagant spree,but. single one is a Negro

I rest of the country to help! them.REPRINTED' Born April 20 thru, May 20 to be watchful this tion on your partwMcl this is not quite the ...and that only Neg-

The 9th is one of respect on the 9th is no longer a secret, moment for you to get ro deputy sheriffs
) ( FRCM PITTSBURGH COURIER)) could between and are attached to that
: the days when :yo u .and 12th.The drain on you with it so easily

should be particularly your cash',and other a precious ally, on ((12th). There shouldbe branch of our law enforcement -

prudent, to attract valuable assets may the 12th. You shoUld a welcome opportu- set-up.

.tt Box the c onstrnctive, reach major -proportions always consider you: nity, for the working

i. Beyond The Ballot rather than destruc- if you permit future welfare and aquarians, t o make Crack NAACP I

to be drawn happiness before yoi business deals
It provide: tive, qualities of a yourself good Legal Team
t The free ballot box is the symbol of democracy. At tin potent configuration into ventures that risk them on thrilling and investments o n

I f: ballot a key to box a,society as before of freedom the bar, justice of justice and, security.every citizen is: Creative talents may look better on the but momentary the 12th-13th. Enters Miss.

I a' equal. Beyond the ballot box lies the Promised Land witl then be brought' into surface than they adventure. You may 610661358616PISCES NEW YORK-In : I

opportunities for individual and group advancement. the open,for gain or really are. also make friends 'hhre a sweep-
{ f ing move covering all
8-30-55-12-57-035 work there is
Voting. public may be con- you nc I
choose the local, statt'and facilities s e rv in
4 for to help g
Makes it possible you
i telling when
sidered as figuring just o :r
t federal ofticials who govern you- Born Feb. 19 thru March 2C' interstate travelors,
where ld
,Gives you a voice in determining: among your luckiest VIRGO romance c o u the NAACP Legal Defense -
j the kind of school YOUR-children attend days on-the 10th Be Bores Aug. 24 thru Sept 23 enter"the picture((12tl13th Should you already Fund fS crack i
treatment YOU receive at the. hand of much territory ). Your skills can
; the'kind of reserved and timorous Cover as have cousrltted a grievous team of attorneys have I
i.. the police. to forestall theprob- as you can in be utilised. ,
can filed suit
YOU in courts error, you a challenging
get
1 the kind of justice la.se that could be order to be in the 620111427621SAGITTARIUS
the kind of welfare service,,YOU can get for YOUR almost be certain that racialesegregation )
family in time of need invoked by reckless right place when there you have not heard in Mississippi.

I .' the kind of Hospital treatment YOU get when. you. action 5.90-22-19-91-592 on the n-12. is an opening to obtain ,Born Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21 the last of it. And The action was headed -

i are sick with; better ,job, or when there i s any by Mrs. Constance
'. YOUR CHILDREN can get your
the kind of job
future
to
f city, state or country GEMINI ', insure your You would do well tc possibility of making Baker Mobley NAACP

.. how; much taxes YOU have to pay. and how your tax Born_ May 21 thru June 21 security (9tn-10th). take advice seriously, amendsand your peacedo Legal Defense Attorney
You could be afraidto
money is'spent should it be backedup not let this woun- and was filed in th oU.S.District
Helps you on the road to the Promised Land where.there Be fully prepared listen to the I derful chance elude Court of
-
public r'f.
will be a better life for YOU and YOUR FAMILY. should ',an emergency yearnings of your by pronouncements
: on the the Southern District !
free citizen with o r the your grasp /,
that area
you
Above all voting means break out during :the heart but this is the '
the same rights as other citizens. After you have registeredand 8th the promptings o 1your lOth.Premia e anythingthat of Mississippi, Jack- (
,cast your vote for the persons you want elected to late hours of the sure way to lose unforgettable closest associate will convince son Division.The r

office,, you know youare an American doing; what of otherAmericans .or early 9th. The aoaents (9t h-lOth).This is an others of your good Jackson suit is .. ,t.
do. You can be proud of yourself and your meaning of good fortune of happinesson ellth excellent moment tc. faith, making it your similar to the ,one
but duty as nn I
country. It is not only vote.your rIght, your nay be made apparent Hope is a- great arrive a t friendlyunderstandings business to see that recently filed by the
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Saturday, July 1, 1961' '.THERORlDASTAK I .IJ t 1 _

-: BIRTHSBirths Wedding BellsApplications
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July 3 Program .

r t f Brewster for Marriage
.Slated at Hospital
By Licenses
Hr. and Mrs. Willie
Senior Women, Branch 5812 Ababa Rd Leroy Frazier, 527 W. State SL,
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51 and Nancy M. Johnson, 527
W. State St. 43.
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The PreSidents t Council :
Mr. and,Mrs. Willie Gus W. Johnson, 2022 Wood-
of the Senior Wo-
Branch, 5812 Abelia land Circle, 29 and Bertha Ran-.
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men1 District Conro ration I GirL dall, 1454 Prince St, 28.
.. Rd.
will sent i l i Geo. Jones Rt. No. 1, Box 1076, ,
pre
*. .:11 Hr. and Mrs. James-- 25 and Chiffon Kelly, Rt. No. 1,
Mrs. ThoBasena Wilson ,,,0i.. .. \ T Hunter, 386 SpruceSt. Box 1078, Dinsmore, Fla., 16.
.
tint concert Monday I Boy. Frank E. Towns, 1309 W.
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Night, July3 at eightO'clock ',,..-,,' Hr. and Mrs. J.C..I Beaver St, 19 and Inez Allen,
,
at Antioch ; ...:. '. .- r'i \ .5324 Cord Ave., 17.
'. '. '<"., "." Johnson, 1718 McQuade Horace Edwards, 1144 Odessa
Baptist Church. .- /-,',.-- St. Boy. St, 33 and Cora M. Hill, 1021
Mrs. Bernice Wright : f'r ...L.,.. .. Walnut St, 36.
Ij,.;;.( .. :\ Mr. and Mrs. Willie
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will accompany Mrs. It ,, <-< .. a'. Walter L. Reynolds, 4139 Fair-
j' ;\, J'. .; Wells, 3414 JaponicaRd. fax St., 21 and Mildred Wilcox,
Wilson Julia "
Mrs.
and
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.F .i -"- e 4 ., Girl. 664 W. 8th St, 21.
Robinson will serveas Hr. and Mrs. James Wm. Haynes, Jr., P.O. Box 17,
narrator. Hostsses Perla, Ark., 27 and Barbara J.
", Jackson,803 W. BeaverSt. :Brown, 623 N. 9th St, Ft. Pierce,
for the occasion will
be Mesdames Rosetta t ., Girl. Fla., 21.Beamis..
f Mr. and Mrs. Grant Jenkins 1330 W. 31st
\ B r o v n, Clementine Owens, 3538 Freeman St, 33 and Arether Robinson,
Jacobs, Agnes Brown, Rd. Girl. 1072 Pearl St, 47.

Cora Fuller, Queen Mr., and Mrs. John Johnnie C. Thomas, 1431 W.

Esther Edwards, Guss- HOLD;SPIRAL PAETT FOR THE IEAR..-.-'The Hibiscus Garden Circle presented its annual Garden Brown 314 MagnoliaSt. '.22nd St, 25 and tenan Whitfield,
ie Jenkins, Hattie Party Tuesday craning on the picturesque patio at the residence of Mrs Thelma Snail; 1712 W. 21st St., 24.
in October and ., Girl. Talmadge Gantt, 1080 W. Mon-
Fuller Maxine Roy- cliaax events for the organisation year which begins :
1131 McConihe St.- to in Mr. and Mrs. M.H. roe St., 27 and Elouise Banks,
: ster, Pearlie Mae ends the following June. A social evening was enjoyed, the series of projects engaged King,5603 Silver Dale 1080 W. Monroe Sl, 23.

McCormick,Cynthia Iffrdhi during the past year were voted as outstanding successes and activities will be suspended Ave. Boy. Willie'w. Anderson, 2267 For-

Misses CaroVn Hen- this coning fall. A sumptuous luncheon was served.by; hostess Smalls. Officers and Mr.,and Mrs. William est St, 19 and Bobbie J. Fitzgerald -

derson, Della Smith, standing from left, are Hesdaaes Lizzie Mae Harris, Thelma Crockett, secretary; Stringier 2604 Job 2271 Run Sl, 17.

Remona Sibley, Carrie rfn Buchanan Ida; Walker, Grayce H. Bateman,' reporter S. Whitehead, Altsmese Tyson, I James E. Singleton, 2008 .Mc
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Drive
Boy.
Quade St, 19 and Mae A. Jones,
Sealsvice president;
Linda Sarah JoinerE. :
Sibley Padgett, Thelma Saalls hostess
; Corine WUliaas, ; Mr.and Mrs. Clarence 1966 Hardee St., 19.
Agnes Bell and Linda Rosa Wooten, Naurie Jones, and Elizabeth Nonfood. Mrs. Sallie Kathis is treasurer and Hre Smith, 1329 W. 26th Robt. W. Bannister, 741 W.
Ezell. Monroe St, 21 and Sheron L.
Mary Hamilton chap.aia.SOCIALLY.
Elaborate plans are St., Girl. Jones, 1366 Bridier St., 16. ,
Mr.and Mrs.Lee Ander I Ervin G. Kearney, Jr., 5443
made Mrs. M.
being by Boggs 3212 Brasque Linda Lane, 24 and Sylvia J. Ste-
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L. Johnson, and Mrs. phen, 7811 Lankford Rd., 15.
Dillie Horne, Council SPEAKINGwith Drive Boy. Herman Robinson, 1061 Barber
President and each Mr. and Mrs. Donell, St., 27 and Queenie M. Harmon,
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Butler,1211 Hart St., 1911 W. 12th St 25.
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member of this organ- Arthur B. Cason, 5202 Parrish
ization to make this Boy. Ave., 53 and Lucile Fields, Rt 9,
LOUISE G. GUINYARD
Mr. and Mrs. Luther
concerta I Box 410 X, 32.
huge success.
Don't miss this firstsummer's Everyone is aware of the fact that the A. L. their activities for the year. Bryant, 2307 Middle- Alex Bratcher, 1115 E. 1st St.,
Rd. Girl. 21 and Juanita J. McKnight 1117E.
concert. Levels Branch of The Young Women's Christian Association BRIDGE PLAYERS, PLEASE NOPE The Y-Diamonds burg 1st St., 14.
wonderful service in Bridge Club is planninga mid-July bridge tour- Mr. and Mrs.Hunphrey
is rendering a Artis L. Mitchell, 1560 Windel
AnniVersarySlated Jacksonville, but unless you are closely c 0 n- namentand I promise to give complete details : Daniels, 1706 W. 33rdSt. St, 22 and Barbara J. Jackson,

nected with the association you may be lackingin very soon. Mrs. Sarah Mae Richardson will serve ., Girl. I 1165 W. 6th St, 19.

For details concerning some of the many activi as chairman of the event, receiving assistancefrom Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Willis M. Moore 4415 Detaille

ties carried on at the West Eight Street location Mrs. Amanda Bell and Miss Johnnie Fisher. Howard, 1840 W. 5th 'Dr. 33 and Barbara J. Harrison,

'First Lady'Florida's As with other organizations in: the department, St., Girl. 341 W. 18th St., 25.
Alonzo Williams 831 Canal Sl,
James
Mrs.
Because of my past association with the *!', Mrs. Waldon is coordinator of the Y-Diamonds Mr. and 33 and Beatrice Bullard, 92 S.
"First Lady of I make occasional inquiries into its functions, and is anxious for the tournament to be a success Waters,5613 Bree Rd., Myrtle Ave.; 19. ..

Gospel Songs," Mrs. EthelD. but unfortunately I let too much time lapse : Birl. Kenneth J. God oldt, 1885 Tal-
Bannister, will celebrateher Mr. and Mrs. Berthal ledga Rd., 19 and Vanilla Smith
lot f MrsWaldonalso informed me that registrationis
between contacts and was in for a o Box 304. Orange Park, 18.
anniversary program with Sunday an impressive pleasant surprises when I called today. open for a reading clinic that will beginat Eagle, 296 GoodmanSt. J. T. Reed", 217 Mill St., Jones-

night, July 9 beginning at 9 Mrs.Florence J. Dixon, Executive Director, is the ttY" within the next week.Mrs.EarnestineCox Girl. burg; Ga., 51 and Mary L. Flanders
o'clock in the education off to Europe. She and Mrs. G.B. Gardner devoted a certified reading teacher, will conductthe Mr. and Mrs. David 14 Newcastle St. S.W., Atlanta .
of Mt. Ararat Baptist sessions. Mrs. Waldon is encouraging Robinson,1592 W. 28tfc: Ga., 47.
building .. YWCA member, left New York Wednesday thrice-weekly .
Church. all parents who would like to see St., Girl. Ulyses Lewis 1042 W. MonroeSt.
morning aboard The Queen Mary. .. 44 and Verdell Stephenson,
is their children improve in reading to registerthem Crown 1042 W Monroe St
Program participants already Mrs. Frances Waldon, Young Adult Director, Royal 42.
slated are the Sons of still bubbling excitedly over events on her immediately. Jos. E. Hill. 1344 W. 16th St..

Jubilee, the Gospel Echoes, trip to the National YWCA .Convention. held Naturallycould not leave the "Y" without/ Bottling Company 22 Beaver and St.Mabel. 22. J. Cobb, 607 West

Union Gospel Singers, Sons recently in Denver, Colorad .Mrs.. 'Waldon,delegate mentioning Mrs Vera Daivs, one of the most 1235 SAN MARCO BLVD.
of Prayer, Versiteers, Sing- for the Jacksonville Y.W.C.A.stated that dedicated Y-Teen Directors I have had the

Gospel ing Trumpets Singers, Heavenly, Golden Jubi-Fire, it was a very rich experience. And judgingfrom privilege of meeting. As usual, she was quite FL 9-4488 .' ..'.."'./>.'::,..',
with which she is going a- involved with Day Camp functions. I t is no .
lees,Robert Sams,Holy Light the enthusiasm -
Singers, Gospel Crusaders, bout her work, I feel certain that the meetingwas mystery where Vera gets such wonderful assistants ANOTHERSPECIAL i
Singing Angels, and others. inspirational.In for the camp-she trains them herself in I J

i bringing me up-to-date on the newest phaseof the various. Y-Teen chapters under her supervision ;

the young adult program, Mrs. Waldon talked I
Mrs. B. D. White I leave the "Yfl but this
about the college students and how past summers Very reluctantly, ,
Leaves For Coast have found them clamoring to vacation in other time with a solemn promise to check with t'h o

, cities because of the lack of planned social directors more often lest I run out of space

Mrs. Bernice Darden activities here. The Young Adult Department I the next time I attempt to write. about their

White, of 710 W. 8th has successfully remedied that situation and activities.

St. a wellknown in- the ivy-leaguers are exhilirant. The organization .... .

structor at Moncr e f and its activities are open to ALL COLLEGE The Chat TN Sew Club members were entertainedby :.

Elementary Scbxi: ,left STUDENTS. Miss Joyce Graham, coordinator, and their husbands last week-end with a beach p

last Saturday morningon Miss Iva Baker, secretary-reporterhave listed party. The group played games and enjoyed surf I

a guided tour to skating parties, beach parties, cook-outs, anda fishing, after which they were served a deli- 7p IJ

Los Angeles, Calif. slumber party at the fYv among future acti- cious seafood dinner.Participating J

Enroute, Mrs. White vities. The season was launched with "Game in ,the festivities were: Mr.and

will visit numerous Night" last Saturday, and Mrs.Waldon is elated Mrs. E. L. HarrisMr. and Mrs. Elmore Aveilhe, \

spots of historical over the results. Mrs. Etta Williams and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Crowd, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Er-

interest.While in Los Harvyne Jenkins assisted Mrs. Waldon in furnishing vin, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Kinnon, Mr. and Mrs. t

Angelesshe will have refreshments for the group. Hume:: Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mathis, Mr. and

the opportunity of resuming Another interesting summer activity is the Mrs. John Reeves, Mr. and Mrs. William Smith, ,.

acquaintainces weekly, "drop-in" bridge party where vacation- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Str horne; Mrs. Mae Belle

with many friends. ing teachers, housewives, and other interested Oliphant Mrs. M. Lucile Butler; Mrs. Elinor t rs

persons assemble at 11 o'clock on Tuesdays 'and Littlejohn; Miss Loretta Oliphant; and, The

play several rounds of. bridge. The only requirement Blake and Baker families, the latter guests of % ; \___

While You Sit Reading i is that you notify Mrs. Waldon by The Kinnons from Detroit, Michigan. 4. r.. I. .

telephone at least one day in advance and share *

FiREMWFLftREIN in the cost of refreshments.

This year, as a special incentive, a c o n- Mrs. Lillie Pearl Coehn of 2830 Begonia Road ,, .. t
tinuous score sheet is being kept for each individual is doing well after undergoing a u rge ry at tc ..
HOME!
YOUR and at the end of the season the three. Brewster Hospital.

top scorers will be given prizes. Pocket SizeTransistor '

-bulvviih PRESTO The Y-Jewels Club held a party recently i n

concfsf the beach of Mrs. Sula Wells. The affair -
it's out/n s cottage
Radio
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climaxed activities for this organizationfor ;

the fiscal year.Mrs.Rosa L.Shannon, presi-

ONLY CB'tac dent of the group and Mrs.Hortense Brewin. ton, Complete With
social coimitteewere respon- $ 95 .
S 49Ltis chairman of the Case
ART STUDIO Carrying ,
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sible for the success of the party. ii .

!.A9 Hwriy Sop "The Tuesday Morning Club, a group of older, TELEPHONE 4>1B94 Battery and .

WcIIBncktfPROTECTION fat "young adults made up of women who have retired Personal Ear Plug. ..

Ptu from nursing, teaching, and other pro- l i
at Little Talbot Island ,.
held meeting
fessions, a CLARENCE, J. SIMON 515 DAVIS STREETJACKSONVILLE.
FOR HOME, CARP recently and had officers installed for F"LA. I h 1 '.

1!!! Pel. the coming year. Mrs. Waldon officially placed This powerful little radio has -1
.of Your Hon"Bc4r into office the following persona: Mrs. Susie Melvonne Beauty Salon everything you could( ask for, a 2 J I
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Mrs Annie Burnett, vice f, durability, one- .
waD Chambers, president; styling easy
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bracket,PRESTO,U M sail to feb. president; Mrs Vivian Copeland,secrataryaad, 1204 FLORIDA AVE. PH. EL 37729'SmE8r hand tuning,sensitive tone,quafity
Iftiuuuiled wily era by a ckJld.Yes it treasurer. and volume, large speaker, ,,
.ftckt...,.f refilling,.."fcn ea. Mrs. Etta Williams, the Clean-up Specials 2 transistors and it comes attractively .
gtttktri, my times tit tilt_*.*<***/ The Young' Adult Co dttee, the spine of boxed f9r gift giving. + t

Elective all anIRe.AftiQU electric. *!..U. props Young Adult Department, is having a cookouton Individual Styles Tinting Bleaching Dyeing Ideal for outdoor fun. I
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the grounds of The Lincoln Golf and CountryClub OPEN TIL 9 P.M.

S.Iugut e.lO I1wn.t..ef.rklicia Thursday aorning. Personal invitations Hair Styles With Set Waves $3.00 FRIDAY and MONDAY ,!
attic.Do.*t delay.Doa* have been extended to their friends to enjoy $ ftettaw..t Operasrii
car carafe. Shampoo & Curl $2.50 Bleach Streak 3.40Opp Daily 7r0 A M.
safety. C
duaces: thy..rlored.aes.
lab
E the outing with them 8 ..m. to 9 p.m. Hon Sat -e- Cor. Bay & Julia Sts. I
'. REV. L. .COI MAN The Y-W Wire Club and The Easiness and Professional Lula. Sistrunk Sistrunk M.L. PatterlOIStylist 1 :
Ruby
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CHURCH NEWS Holy Com/nunkm _f1F NotesBy

Holy Communion services ki"4' '
will be held in Second Bap-
J tist Church, Sunday at 1:45 L. N. PEARSON SR.

p.m. Rev. J. C. Sams will
administer the rites. "Rev. F. D. Wilson, pastor,
o __ ._ ._. Y will bring the message Sun-
Rev. B. L. Wynn, pastor, is requesting all parents' Abyssinia The right hand of fellowship I II.I.. day at the 11 a.m. service
Baptist Church to enroll their children in the *
Bible. Vacation and also serve the commun-
will be given to riew-
School which is currently in.. session. The Sunday School members who joinedthe I.I ion. u

Chorus will meet Saturday at 4 p.m. for rehearsal. The Red church in June. *. I
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Circle Girls will meet at the church at 4 p.m. Usher Board_2. Both the Senior choir and
f will observe its 22nd anniversary Monday night, at"8 ="pimT.Tn" Regular servi -will-begin Westminster choir will serve
the church. .'l at 9:30 a.m., with Sunday during the rites, with S. OHm

-School. C. M._Vaught and Pearson at the organ. Both
* Lucius Chester will be *
Jn of our regular organists, Mr.
charge. The pastor will re* Y' Simmons Jr. and assistant
Services for Sunday at Bethlehem Baptist Chinch. ,will begirt- view-the lesson *fMary. The organist, Mrs. Rudyne Watson I
I with Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. with Deacon"Eugene.Sawyer Mother Of Jesus." 'He.wfUalso 11s will be out of the city. OHm ,

in charge. Morningjftprship at 11 a.m. and BTU at 5 p.m. deliver the ,two. major Pearson kindly agreed to play
Evening worship at 7 p.m. during which time Holy Communionwill sermons for the day;-- y for them. The services beginat
be administered. Rev. A. Anderson, pastor, will,deliver 11 a.m. and close at 12
both sermons. All choirs and usher,boards will serve throughout Consecration service, for" Bethel Church have o'clock noon.Immediately.
"-- PREPARE FOR WOMEN'S DAY-The women of Mt. Baptist
the day. i deacons, deaconesses_ ushV \
--1/ : ers and choirs"will be heldat selected their officers and various committees, and are now engaged in following the

-' * 11:45 a.m. .' preparations for making their annual' Women's Day program-Sunday, Aug. morning service, a congrega-

20-the most outstanding event in the affair's history. Mrs. Sarah Rice tional meeting will be held to

ev.V.. $. People of Magnolia Baptist. Church, 5729 Avenue Morning worship will Begin is chainnan, and Mrs. Ruby Allen Coe, co-chairman. Mrs. C. L. Williams name the church which will
B. is host pastor for the- Revival meetings which are now in at 11 o'clock. will be pastor for the day. Other directors and committees will be be built on the site at Cleve-
session. 'Sermons are being delivered nightly' by Rev. S. land and Woodlawn Roads.
Mesdames E. M. Cannon L.Smith
members
Gaston and the services begin at 7 p.m. The deacons of the. The Starlight Band will announced later. Committee are The session of the church
church are in charge of devotions." meet in the lower auditoriumat E. Burney, E. I. Williams, S.. h: Rice, R. B. Allen, Matilda Reed, has suggested three names

4 p.m., with Mrs. Marie .Katherine Wells, Mary E. Mobley, ruth R. Peterson, R. L. GibbsB. J. from which to choose,United,
* Crunzell J. M. Walker P. Miss J. Craw- Westminister and
White in charge. Reed, C. Wright, W. N. Henry, Beacon
ford Mesdames C. Newman, G. Hinson, and L. B. Williams. Light.To .
The Deacons Board of Emanuel Baptist Church obserVes its Training Union will be held (FLORIDA STAR PHOTO)
anniversary July 10 in the church auditorium. A program will at 5:45 p.m. with Mrs. R. H. this list, some membersof
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feature the event. The children's choir meets Saturday at 5 Morissette presiding. ,. the church have added,
p.m. for rehearsal. The male chorus rehearses Saturday at 7p.m. Mt. Olive Baptist St. Paul AME Pdffersen, Woodlawn, Northwestern, Ge-
Districts 2 and 6 will Evening 7 and St. Luke. The
sponsor an outing at American worship at p.m. neva,
Beach Saturday. The bus leaves the church at 9 a.m. Will I Present Church NotesBY Heard ElectedTo deadline for sending in names +

The combined choirs under L QUESTRA EVERETT by members was June 30 at
* the direction of Charles T. Miss C.: Jackson Resume Potts 10 a.m. On July 2, we shall
Maxwell, and usher 1 will Many visitors and choose a new name by ballot.
The Matrons Club of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church will sponsorits serve throughout the day. friends attended St. W. G. Patterson and Alex- Please come out Sunday and
annual outing July 8. Tickets maybe purchased from club Paul's various activities ander Heard were elected to vote for your choice.
.members. Guest and family day will be observed by the Sun- The annual Vacation Bible One of Florida's best their 9th term as presidentsof
day School during its' regular session July 10. The Districts School wUl be held July 3- known youthful gospel and last Sunday the District Sunday School Sunday School begins at
Calendar Tea will be held July 16 at the church. 14, and the closing program singerslittle Camilla ,, the pastor, Rev. and BYPU convention, aux- 9:30 a.m. and closes at 10:30a.m.
will be presented July 16. Jackson,will bef eaturec -. J.Blaine was heard iliary East Florida and Beth- T. V. Huger, superin-
* vocal recital :.n two stirring ser- any Baptist Association, tendent, who served a light
during a
Children between the ages mons.Sundayfs: in the Little Rock Baptist repast to the Sunday School
Bethlehem Baptist Church's annual'Vacation Bible School will of 2 and 16 is eligible enroll- Sunday, July 9 at 8 p. Church, Saturday.Rev. last Sunday, is doing fine
begin July 3 at 9 a.m. and will close July 14. The annual ment. Classes in sewing, art m. in Mount Olive activitiesat work for the church school.
beach outing will be held July 15 at Little Talbot Island. crafts and special needle Primitive Baptist St.Paul AME Church W. M. Hill, the mod- Mack L. Hayes, one of the
District 2 will sell dinners Saturday at the home of Mrs. A. works will be' held daily. Church, Fourth Street Ifyrtle Avenue and 13th erator held the election following best superintendents Laura
Randolph, 712 Court C. District 7 will sell dinners all day The pastor will give a spe- .and Myrtle Avenue.Miss Street, begin at 9:30 the deliverance of the St. ever had and who resignedto
Saturday at 1607 Madison St. Dinners will be delivered by cial Bible lesson during the Jackson will be a.m. with the Sunday two leaders annual addresses. go to New York City, has
sponsored -
request. noon devotion.Mrs. now returned to the city and
by Mt. Olive's Jun- school superintendentand Other officers were returnedto has been appointed assistantto e
* G. C. Vaught assistedby ior Choir.At his' staff i n office with the exceptionof Mr. Huger. The church is

Mrs. Annie Burnnette and the age of-four charge.Rev. J. C. Bumey, who due to justly proud to have these
Usher Board 1 of Sweetfield Baptist Church will sponsor &n other instructors will be in the child J. S. Blaine, other responsibilities requested two men efficiently carry on
outing to Silver Springs July 4. The bus leaves'the church at charge. years, prodigy will deliverthe to be replaced. Miss this great work.
Fourth and Harrison Sts. at 8 a.m. Plenty of refreshmentsare joined the latimorE pastor, Joyce Daniels was elected

promised., The public is invited. The prayer of faith hour Singers when she made 11 a.m. morning corresponding secretary.The Prayer service will be held

.- .. I will be held Tuesday nightat her debut atMt.Moriah worship and eveningservices.Choir Wednesday evening at 7:30
* 2 will general session .
o'clock. was o'clock. All
{ ... 7 The pastor will AME; Church in Sunbeam, officers and
: be the successful in all phases of members of the
speaker. Fla. In furnish music throughout church are
addition
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District 5 of Emanuel Baptist Church meets Sunday'at 3 p.m. : o the day. The ACE the convention's design. urged to be present.
in the church auditorium. District 9 meets at' 3 p.m. | The Sunday School officers extensive statewide Several new methods were
r. I and teachers council will beheld appearance, Miss Jackson League meeting is adopted into the regular pro- Last but not least, we wishto
Friday at 7 p.m. has sang.in several scheduled for 5:30; gram. thank Eric 0. Simpson,
in the home of Mrs. Laura Finney, 929 W. Duval St. District i wellknown New p.m. Evening worship, managing editor of the Flor-
t 11 meets at 3 p.m. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Montgomery, ; 7:30 o'clock. The closing mass meetingwas ida Star and his very fine
1620. Illinois St. District 12 meets at 3 p.m. in the home of i I York City churches.The highlighted by a dedi- staff of officers on behalf of
l act iv i tiesconsisting
Mrs. Alberta Lewis, 517 Johnson St. District 14 meets at 3, i Bethel Baptist young artist is Weekly cation period for Mrs. A. L. Laura St. Presbyterian for
p.m. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown, 6749 ClevelandRd a member r of the of choir Pender, the vice presidentof their very fine public servicein
District 14 meets at 3 p.m. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Plans MusicaleThe Friendly Chcirs Union practice, business the Sunday School Division allowing us space in the
M. Thomas, on Copeland St. District meets at 3 p.m. with which is presided over sessions and class Mrs. H. B. Miller, andI. Florida Star to give publicityto

Mrs.' Nancy Edwards on First St. by Mrs. Ruby Allen. meeting will follow" Blackwell.Mrs. our church activities.

* I St. John Baptist Miss Jackson is a veteran the usual sche u1 Pender, has attended This paper has done won-

!i Church Quartet will radio performer We of St. Paul eaten each annual session throughout ders in helping our church
Baptismal services will be held Sunday morning in St. Matthew 3 render a concert Sun- and is heard each Sun- an invitation of welcome the 58 years of the organ- programs over the top. We
Baptist Church. A picnic will be held July following closing : day afternoon at day morning in a featured to both friend: ization. Mrs. Miller, a former want Mr. Simpson and his
of the school. Andrew Singleton, chairman, announces that i role Inca president of the BYPU Dept., staff to feel free to visit our
the annual Men's Day observance will be held Sunday, July I 3 p.m. in Bethel Bap- ] radio station.over a and the general public and Blackwell holds long attendance -church anytime. ._ _
31. Nathaniel Floyd is co-chairman. tist ChurchSwe e t- to attend our ac records.
1 water. T ft e sponsors hay eissue'd tivities. t }w x: \ .
a invitationfor The convention made a
All who
persons pur- the general publicto combined contribution to Cfamorizc Your Nest Party

ind the strength chased the concert tickets slated for hear the young,out- First Baptist 'the departments.The Mission. and Education li'i/A/ c Sparkling Clear.)

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for June 16 may use -.- ICE
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for life. ; their tickets July 2. AnnouncesActivililies 1962 session will con- PUNCHBOWL :A
your f t '
Church Atlantic
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Beach, Fla., in July. \
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Local Delegates BY ROSA LEE COFFIE
I .Rev. E. Curry, will be host 11
t '; :' now it's Pepsi ,
.,
: Plan, To Attend
.._ 1 ,'r The Lord's Supper will be pastor. t 1 I It
for i administered Sunday at 5 p.m. II
those who think Christian Confab
young E it.t.. by the pastor, Rev. C. B. ,

.t tl I iH. I- lJ.HF Today we're on the go as ne verbe fore. We lead the full life. ,I Dailey isters assisted of the church.by other. min-The Recuperating'Friends i iAn

Pepsi This is the life for Pepsi bracing, clean-tasting According to Leonard J. : right hand of fellowship will Seiwn Cry*'*t deer kf'puvh I
itllliHiimniiuiilll., l Pepsi-Cola. At stores, fountains, say "Pepsi, please" Roberts, Jr., president of the be extended to all the new are urged to bowls jft beautifully tlctcnt.ve-- .
U.cll\l.lor jrt f
Kit. and
N Citywide ACE League Unionof members. ,,.,
: receptions. "" Urtn and riebrationi. -
visit Mrs.l arde Halle
AME Churches, several They art ebl''b with
The will deliver both of 1110 W.l3th St.whois flowrrt. fruit or other decorations
prominent lay representativesfrom pastor frozen lit Thert .1 no fuss <*
,; .i :';' Jacksonville plan to attend major sermons at 11 a.m. and confined in Duval bother. Our service. h. compete.
;
? your K' punch bowl will t* delivered I
the International Con- 5 p.m.. Sunday School beginsat Medical Center's Uard and wt uo for you. CU to-
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vention of the Christian En- 9:20 a.m. with superintendent day. P044511
; .____ H.Krs.Halle is a member
i' ; deavor G. W. Scott and instructors -
;. : ,Society July 4 throughthe
Memorial SeasonsIce
A : ; Jr of Grant All
8th in Chicago.Convention in char ge. ,Devotions
: prior to the 11 a.m. worshipwill AME Church and serves .& Fuel Co.
'. .:'.- headquarters, be led by the deaconsof with Usher Board 3,

,'",,:.'.". .will be the Conrad Hilton the church. Choirs 1 and the Ushers Union, and' 5883 Norwood Ave.
Hotel, Roberts said. Outstanding 2 and" Usher Boards 1 and 2 the Christian Unity PO 4.4511FAYE'lTETILLE
4s,f.J': 4 r 4 \ speakers during the will serve jointly throughoutthe Society.
,.. five day session will be Dr. day.
,ij'i' { ..rra ":: Daniel* A. Poling, leader of
the Vorld's Christian En- -
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,( ";f' deavor Union, Dr. Clyde W. Weekly Activities

PJ Meadows, president of the
;,; i 'A- International ,Christian Enid The; Youth Choir will 're, SUBDIVISION -
hearse Monday at 6:30
'-,: p.m.
: eavor .Society, Dr. Myron J.
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STREETS
SPIRES
33RD
z- Taylor!,. pastor of Boulevard The Male Chorus rehearses AND
s Church of Christ, Toledo, Monday night at 8 o'clock.
Ohio, and Dr. Burris Butler, Tuesday night's prayer ser- HOUSES Under Construction
vice begins at 7 o'clock with
executive editor of the Standard -
.'1." f :" Publishing News of Cin the pastor in charge. Wednes- z SMALL DOWN pVttMENT z

cinnati. Roberts added. day night's Bible study startsat
Salesmen On
7 o'clock under the super- Duty i

i- Toastmaster for the Friday vision of the pastor. The 12 NOON TIL/ 6P.M.SATURDAYS.And .
weekly Boy Scouts meetingis
will be Cecil
banquet
f 'evening slated for 6-30 Thurs- SUNDAYS
.. A.Jerrery,Roberts continued. p.m. '
:., r'"j "--- ---.........--.. tj day at the church., .

., .", ;,,. 4.1 ': ,Evangelist 'Billy GrahamjwilTtie .
.. Church .
t .- ..... : j._.' 1 ) cited (during! the convention First Baptist 1025 !MORRIS CONSTR. CO.
PCPSI-COLA, BOTTL1N COMPANY. OP JACKSONVILLE: -Y' '';: session Roberts Jessie St., extends" the hand.
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1, 'i9. .. .. ., '. '... ". : :THE FUJHTD J1. PAGE If 1 VIS
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t} te. Masonic femify' Plans I $70 urban Million iem/geStf GoafNEW f I 'Received By Grateful Colka. 1 Suit Is FiledTallahassee's' I Union Community

At
Memorial Services July/ .4th Slates Services -
.
YORK-Creation of,
a 10-million-doll City Airport Sunday's order o f
TAMPA-Aaos. T. Halls Grand Master of Host Worshipful
T ALLAH SSEE-A federal services at Union Com-
Prince Hall Grand Lodge,' of Oklahomaand reservoir of endowment
president general ,of The Grand Masters funds' will be the goalof suit filed against munity A M E Church, .

Council of the United States, Prince Hall Affiliation a three-year special the city of Tallahassee Beaver and Eaverson
financing cam- and the American. News streets, begin with
win arrive in Tonga, July 3rd, via
National Airlines for a two day visit with Dr. paign announced todayby Co. was filed by the Sunday school at 9:30
the National Urban National Association a.m. with C.L.Crane,
} R. Heche Williams, Sr. 33 degree grand master
'' and. League. for the Advancementof superintendent and
of The Most Worshipful Union Grand Lodge
members of Florida Jurisdiction. On Tuesday, Henry Steeger, .New Colored People's instructors in chargeto
and attorney in behalf of be followed by
York publisher
July 4th Grand Master Hall will deliver major
address at Orlando, where the Florida Masons .president of the NUL, i three ministerS. morning worship at
will hold Memorial services in honor of the said the drive will The clergymen, Keys. 11 a.m.with the pastor
Joe Reddick and David Rev.H.H.Hocksdeliver-
late C. H. ,Henry, who served the Florida Masons be conducted across
the nation -beginning Brooksboth of Tallahassee ing the sermon.
,
as grand master for more than 16 years
imm and Rev. T. R.
$ ate1yby a newly
l Also appearing o n Bethel Baptist. Insti- created Legacr' &- PUBLIC SERVICE-J. R. Arnold of Arnold and Associates -. Gibson of Miami seeks League Hour is-slat-.
V f tutional Church makes. presentation of check for $1,000 ed at 5:30 and
4 the program will b e and velopment Conmitt e e integration of facili- p. m.
Bishop S. L. Greene, grand treasurer o f of the League. on behalf of Daytona Beach Kennel Club to J. ties at the municipal evening worship begins

Presiding Bishop of the_ Most WorshipfulUnion This committee, to Griffen, president of Volusia County Community airport here.The com- at 6:30 p.m. with the

the 11th Episcopal Grand Lcd g e, be headed by PhilipJ. College for scholarship purposes. Presentation plaint also seeks equality sermon again being
? District, B.F. Ervin, Most Ancient and Hon- Goldberg of New was made at the third annual Commencement Ex-. of service in delivered by the pas-

Past Grand SecretaryMost orable Fraternity of Rochelle, N. Y., will ercise at Cypress Street auditorium. the airport's restau- tor.

Worshipful Union Free Masons, Jackson- seek t o encourage rant, said t o b e The choirs, usher

Grand Lodge, Illustrious ville. The main address large legacies and operated by the American boards, congregation,

Fred Alexander p f the day similar sources o f I CORE Tries Jekyll Bars News Co. and also along with the minis-

Grand High Priest of will be delivered by financial support to I requests and junction ter are invited to

the Most Excellent Illustrious Amos T. make specific contri- Toll HouseWebster Are ClosedJEKYLL preventing the city worship with First

Union Grand Chapter, Hall. Also appearingon butions to the endow from "arresting and Samuel Baptist Church

4 Royal Arch Masons./ the program will ment plan from which harassing of prospec- after our regular
so Mrs. Nelson B. be Dr. R. Reche "Will- the League would derive GrovesTwo tive customers because evening service. .

N Daniels, Grand Worthy ,, .iams,33 degree, grandmaster long-range and- CORE members, MollySchlaff'man Liquor sales ISLAND at, Ga.-four of color." Weekly Activities
I' of the Most and Vera
Matron,Order of Eastern continuing income toward Ten "Freedom Riders"
resort motels he
Star Illustrious Worshipful Union Grand Williamswere arrested re Regular weekly Prayer -
4, expansion of its have seeking service at the
E. D. Gibson, Grand Lodge of Florida,Inc.; social; service work for"disturbing the abruptly closed airport restaurant meeting and class

Venerable Patron,Her- Attorney Hora c e E. in behalf o f city- peace" at the discriminatory down Tuesday.It ,it.was announced June 16 were arrested meeting will take

.oines of JerichoRev.B. Hilly assistant grand dwelling Negroes in TonHouseRestaurant for unlawful assemblyand place on Tuesday
L. Rolle, Temple attorney: Most Wow the ahead.Georgian ;,in Webster has been learned refusing to dis- night. Choir 1 will
years that Ernest Van-
1 F Crusaders, Noble Ray- shipful Union Grand Groves. Toll ,House is Gov. perse.They were later rehearse on Wednesday

nell E. Sloan, Dep- Lodge, Daytona Beach., NamedTo one of only two rest- diver's refusal t o tried in city court night and Choir 2
aurants in this subur- grant licenses, and its rehearsal
A mammothe parade holds
of the here and received $500
uty Valley,
the meet- Board ban which the assailing of the
Ancient EgyptianArabic will proceed Voter's community: -fines each., on Thursday night.
ing which will be held refuses to serve Ne-' state-owned resort'ssale The general publicis
Order Nobles of DARIENGa.-A superior
of liquor by the FOR SALE
the' Mystic Shrine, at the Jones High court judge named a groes. state invited to attend
Illustriou The interracial CORE Baptist-owned
Mrs. N. B. Hester, School. s Negro to a county Christian Index and Modern Homes. ColoredSubdivision.33OO all services.
Daughters o f Isis, Wilfred C. Medley 33 board of voter regis- team was arrested the Methodist dn. --
Illustrious E.D. Gib- degree of Washington tration in what is while trying to enter Georgia SUN REALTY EL 3-7203. GOODSON
D. C. Marshall of the the restaurant. The Conference requestto
to be the
believed
of the
son Deputy '
General Grand Conference first of group had beenpicket- state officials to HELP WANTED CecfiiersPICK
Valley A.A. Scottish appointment
will be in and also maintained halt liquor sales,ere R
ing -and will
kind in
Rite of Freemasonry its Georgia'shistory.
: of the also instrumental for UP &: DELIVERY
Florida Jurisdiction i charge paradeand a standing line do typing a t home.
,
will be assistedby before the locked the closings. Call El 3-7840
Mrs. Eliza S.Bullard, members o f the I Superior Court Judge door When the door Solicitor G e n. Jack _. a .. WITH. 'TWO LOCATIONS TO
who
Ruler Durrence
Loyal Lady Henry i
Florida Jurisdiction. Ballenger who brought
of the Gol- stated h believesthe was opened to admit SERVE YOU.
Daughters > e
V0n about the
Tuesday morning.at closings
vote nis another customer,CORE I HELP WANTED. .
den Circle. 8 o'clocka motorcade right to stated that if the
James Jackson f almost sacred" members attempted to Ifgh-Ctasi private Wi-5n...,, ; Jbs now\\1i'IID' 4956 CLEVELAND ROAD
o will leave Tampa appointed state refused to issue I n N. T. City or J / 1I1al'! for vlMy: ,.' *
get in.The third CORE loueekeepers nUMI+ vat I; ttle.tOrrt. & t
Tampa,Rev. J.S. John- under, the supervision prin cipal licenses, the island weekly aUry in S'.II ,.t 11'llt':
son, grand master of 'ot Robert Johnson, Chester DeVillars ofa memberReggie Roussanwas authorities must stop Domestic, Box 444j.Westbury 1056 POWHATTEN STREETPH.
ceremonies, Most Worshipful Negro high schoolto not booked becausehe ; L.X. j N.Y."..
Deputy Sheriff o f sales. -i
is a minor. .. EL4OO47STRAND .
'I Union Grand a four-year term '- -
Hillsborough County. I --
Lodge of Jacks orwil.e. I:',All Masons ,. from :the as,-.& member_ .of the% r ,. : 7 Big-Days Sun.- Sit
Music will be fur- Tampa Bay area will McIntosh County 'Re$&- '
HOLIDAY WEEK-END SPECIALSHalf
nished by Grand Court assemble at the Ma-' tration Board DeVil- ,::: x,.<,; l F1 lDl!EMi IJII@HJ mJ p -
Chorus of The Heroinesof lara term began July .
sonic at
7:00
9.
Temple
;f
j .
Jericho and Grand : a.m. Others will join first. Fried Chicken $1.00 : ':'; jJlns:. THE-WOR.LD 0.1 .,.-:.:. ..::-.>,> -/"
I Chorus of The Bethel- the motorcade at Dade Judge: Durrence o fClapton k T-Bone Steak $1.39 Large Pork t : .:::.t\t.' -t. surE .l .. :-.:<<'"""..

ham Grand Chapter Order City and cities along in his let Chop Dinner .90 Trout Fish $LX; .r'.; ..' "; ,.. &,. ; .>)".'
of Eastern St&r. the routeAt Orlando, .ter to DeVillars said Jumbo Shrimp $1.00Fried t h --W O G ...." ;

Memorial address will the motorcade will be iybu should, and I Oysters $1.25 rri. .mJ& W OO '

be delivered by Rev.R. met by City Traffic know you will, discharge Served with French fried ;.1\ ..

H. Wilson, Pastor officers at the citylimit. all of the duties 'T potatoes, Lettuce and :c._ *
county regis- SYLVIA/ SYMS UCHAEL WILDING PAteICK-R cPA001nNE: JECHIfttUX!a !
as
Tomato Salad and Toast
Plus Co-hit "MANIA"Sunday
trar i n accordancewith

MEDIUM MULLET ... 20c the law and i-n And Monday
REGULAR MEALS SERVED DAILYSPEQAI.iZQ4G ROOSEVELT
LARGE MULLET...;.........u. 29c the light o treason .:3 Big Feature Pictures

SALT MULLET ....,... 29c and justice t without IN TASTY FOCDS AM AMAZING NEW. EXPEDIENCE IN SCREEN THRJLLSI
MESH FROZENYELLOW regard o politics,

MULLET ROE 79c friendshipracecolor MADELINE'S COFFEE. SHOPAirccnditioned HORRORS OF THE
bout 30% drop i*price i ,"chuckUi Fr 4. or creed." .

SALT MULLET ROE 98c '. '
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SPECKLED TROUT "Sy u. 55c Fall
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Slav u/ IM Tea old history recorded Win $725 Cash !.on. MitelSingleton's

:YELLOWTAIL SNAPPER"AJ5TT 49c: .a precedent last week MEAT
MARKETSNEW
FLOUNDER ..... 39e f when it was announced "APACHE WOMAN" plus "THE DEAD ONE"

SNAPPER FILLETS..u. 59cLARGE that thre Negroes LOCATION IN OLD FAR'MER'S'MARKEl

DRUM, 3 to 6 Lb .......u. 23cHIM 'have been acceptednext Superior BarBQHas
t. $ e.i... irW fall to the institution's -

BLACK SEA. BASS'... 35cMvrlle graduate
\ -- schools. Just .Received. .

Two of the Negroes, SHIPMENT OF RIBS AND BEER:
'A BIG
David Robinson o f
.Washington and Walter BAR-B-Q LOVERS WILL NOW GET

.R. Johnson of Greens- TURKEYS' ., 29c
Adams Phone tt 4-1468
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PICNICS 29c
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tgt'-Wx' .. THE FLORIDA STAR ..9ttiurd .- ,. July 1, 1961
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'College Choirs'/ Little Rock I ; Mrs. O. W. Shell


Slate. Given Speeds School ; t: >.": ': :: ; "j., Joins B C Staff
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NEW TORK,-The July : .', ,\;: Mrs Ozora Wysingcr-
broadcasts o r "Negro IntegrationLITTLE : ; Shell has been appointed -
; : /
College Choirs," the ROCK-Ark.-In M" ; 'R fy 1 t i to the facultyof

ABC Radio Network's response to a Federal li'. Bethune C',:okm an

w weekly series, feature Court order,the school #' .' College as Ausociate

choruses of five o f I board plans to desegregate Professor in Elementary -

the 32member institutions i four of its \ Education start-

} o f the United! five j u nio r high ing with. the Stunner

'' Negro College Fund. schools, double the Session, 1961. She

t1 The series i heard number of Negroes attending earned her A.B.degree,
in the New York City once-white tF r TM magna cum laude at

area Sunday morningsover high schools, and integrate Morris Brown College;
WABC ((7:3>-? 55 A. Technical High I'I Master of Education

H. ).The programs are School,the city fS last ..':". degree, Temple Uni-
carried by ABC affiliated allwhite secondary .91' r versity;further grad-

- stations throughout school. I.. rr. M Ii. uate study, Indiana
.
the country o.n Racial extremists ,. University; She has
3 varying days and different have accepted the t',.j{ ,. ; J done extension and

hours of the change grudgingly -- i graduate study at Atlanta -

week. Check local their campaign against University,Uni-
newspaper listings for versity of Florida
your local airtime.The integration goes on FAMU LAW STUDENTS GET HONORS-Lorenza Collins (right), the lone 1961 graduate of the FAMU Gainesville; FloridaA. ,

following datesare in the form of harassing college of law, receives congratulations from Dean Thomas M. Jenkins during the senior and University!

for WABCNfCbroad the sixman .honorarium program. Extreme left is Robert I* Williams,professor law,and extreme right is and Columbia University ,

casts: school board, it was Dr. Leedell Neyland, professor history who was guest speaker for the occasion. Other New York City.-

The July 9 broadcast learned students honored were (left)' Edward Rogers, West Palm Beach; John DueIndianapolis; Henry

will feature the Shaw Collins, Memphis; and Henry Thompson, Jacksonville.

University choir Miss. Meeting .L r- '. RCRecordSetDAYTOIIA

(Raleigh, N. C. ). The Jax FAMU Grads Workshop
BEACH Fla.-
Unfolds Plans ,
Bishop College choir
(Marshall, Tex. ) win Merit DistinctionCited SPORTING UP- I Scheduled Dr. William A. McMil
!
be heard July 14 Next JACKSON, Miss.The lan, dean of Eethune-

wilTbethe Paine College NAACP win hold amass fordistinction, By C. PABHAM At Hampton Cookiran College announced -
4 Choir ( Augusta, registration and vote during recent commencement that Summer
) rally here recentlyat exercisesat THE AARON AND LUCAS BROTHERS are making thing School attendance has
Georgia July 23.
The choir of FiskUniversityNashvilJ.e. the Masonic, Temple. Florida: A&M University lively in baseball these days. Hank and Tonny HamptonVa.-The 47th passed his expecta-

( Medgar Eversthe As- were Jaxone out of Mobile and Bill and Bob out of Jacksonville annual Ministers Hampton Institute tion. Close to 400

sociation's field Avalon Darby Dowdell, are making things look bright for the Con-
Tenn. ) will ..be pre- ference and the 28th students and teachersare
secretary, said that Alvin B.FriddieCarlton brother combinations that made baseball history in attendance for
30
sented July
annual Choir Directors
the meeting sought to Jerkins Jr., through the years. Both of the Lucas brotherswere and the 1961 summer ses-
Guild
stimulate a drive for Annette MadisonArthur bright stare on the diamond at Florida A. Organists sion which started
will be held on
Thanks JFK "more and better fobs LuseBarbara Richard- and M. University and they: went into pro- ,I Workshop the Konday, June 12th.
on
in addition to increased son,Gwendolyn Zackery, fessional baseball from the famous red clay college campus The Workshop in Library -
For Tenn. Food voting. Charles Thomas Buggs hills of the Florida state capitol. June 26-30. The pro- Service under
for this
This is part of the Home economics grad- THE BROTHER COMBINATIONS play o n different gram year the direction of Dr.
has been
to
HEW YORK-The NAACP NAACP "OperationMississippi" uates were Mae Zone teams, but each one is doing a great job. The meet some planned of the Max Karl, State Di-

expressed. gratification launchedas Ginlack and Alberta two older brothers, Hank Aaron and Bill Lucas rector,National Coun-
pressing problems that
upon the a n- a counter move to Johnson. College of are setting the pace and they are saying to cil of Christians and
continually confront
nouncement this week the utilization o f arts and sciences the younger brothers,To Aaron and Bob Lucas, ministers and leadersof Jews with Miss 1'aryL.DiversCoordinator

that President John trained police dogson graduates from Jacksonville "come on up here with us." Toad is the one music. ,

F.Kennedy had author- peacefully assembled i n c ludes. who was not good enough for the Jax Bravesbuthis Early Childhood Edu-

ized shipment of surplus Negroes here Audrey L. C. Fisher, hot bat is setting the woods on fire with The speakers on the cation Workshop under

food to Negroesin March 29. Austin in the Texas League.He ranks among the program are Dr. Mor- the direction of :rs.
Haywood and Fayette The drive also seeks Robert L.Taylor; ,James top first basemen in the league. decai Johnson, former Ozora Shell threeof
are
Counties, Tenn. employment fbr Negroesat Herman Hayes, Ronald JACKSONVILLE BASEBALL FANS have kept their president of Howard the most popular
plants Jesse Alford, DonaldJ. centered former Braves but thereis University ChaplainE.E.
Negroes who had reg- holding attention on workshops this sumaer.,
istered to vote in government contracts; CollierDelores L. one who they lost all sight of,and that one Bruderdirector,

the counties became police department employment Halls Woodrow Hughes, is Horace Garner. Fans remember that powerful Protestant Chaplain

victims of economic in Jackson; Marva J. McCoy, AgnesS. arm that threw out many runners at the plate Activities, St.Eliza Represents YWCATUSKLGEF

pressure b y whi t e Negro employment in OJddine,\iilliam M. from deep right field. They also remember the beth's HospitalWash- INSTITUTE:

landowners and mer. the internal revenue Thompson and Jesse big bat that brought in so many runs. Where is ingtonD.C.Dr.Howard
Ala..Vera C.Fos-
chants. bureau and Negro of- Pullins Jr. Horace Garner? Is he still playing ball,or did Thurmandean of Marsh
ter wife of
1 ,.-. ,- .-. fice workergy. Also Edith Beatrice that bad knee finally force him to retire? Chapel and professorof Institute, president Tuskegee,
Witherspoon, DorethaWilcoxVivianRudolph THE CINCINNATI .REDS of the National League are SpiritualResources
Dr. L. -H. Foster, was
You Don't-Have to Go to Town to Get : Witsel. really giving all they have for Manager Fred and Disciplines,Eoeton elected recently to
Harriet M. Hutchinson. One of the saddest looking outfitsto UniversityDr.John W.
A School of pharmacy: call themselves: a baseball club d u ring Bachman, professor of the World Council: of
LOW PRICESOn the Young Women'sChristian
James C.
Carey.. College
spring training was the Red Legs.Those who saw Practical Theologyand Association.
Lorema Collins.
of law
: the team in action or read about them while Director of the
Graduate schoolAlean As a U. S. delegate,
On Your Weatherbee Tar they were in training did apt give them a Audio-Visual program, r.he will represent the
ver, chance for a place in the first division, but Union TheologicalSeminaryN.LCityand
YWCA of the U.S.A. on
DRUG STORE NEEDS Eugenia E. Argrett, boy 0 boy look at those Reds now. The big bats
and Joseph E. Salley. the World Council fora
of Gordie Coleman, Frank Robinson; Gus Bell, Rev.James M.LawsonJr tern of six years.

Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store Veda: Pinson, Wally Post, Gene Freese, Eddie minister of Scot t The council interprets
Kasko and Don to all Methodist
Biasingame are hitting Chapel I the roles of women
We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn corners of the lot. Jim O'Toole, Joey Jay,. Jiff: Church, Shelbyville, and of the Y':C A

Your Local Papers Brosnan, Jim Maloney, Bob Purkey, Ken Hunt and Tenn. throughout the world.
some other pitchers are really hurling that .

ball. Where the weak the Reds .
are spots o n JfrJ.f "' .n. ( fl e" I' ''[ "'''? !
WOOD'S DIXIE PHARMACY team? .-. j1 ..u.ocj i.i1 a.J1 ts: :. ai >>11 i

BASEBALL .IS CALLED "The Great American Sport" 1 .f ."\ "
1302 KINGS ROAD MYRTLE AVENUE E V&3S Y (;j A 1' t
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PHONES El 35597.98 because everybody' plays it. Everywhere one c t i..a 11 1] "."

We Deliver W. Also Fill All Doctors' "Prescriptions turns when, the. weather gets warm, he can see a Pholorfr&phy
Exjrcr
ball dn turns he
game progress. Everywhere one
WATER Portraits Wedding: Du.nqu..c
PAY YOUR LIGHT AND TELEPHONE
sees a ,baseball diamond. In the middle of the Pauspcrla U Identification Photo

BILLS AT OUR road, vacant lots, back yards that are big Photostats & Commercial Work

STORE'I enough to place a base is a diamond. It is the 4 Photos For Newspaper Cull

Ir opinion of some that more rules here are in ex- While You Walt

istance than in any other game. There i s a Coloring & Picture FramingLet

,/ FAHU TJEACHER} OF THE different set of rules in every game. 1 Us Take A Photo Of You

tEAR: honors for the OLD FATHER TIME IS A MIGHTY MASTER when one "'.:r. ,'. In Natural Colqr -
1960-61 school
year
waits for his arrival.For a long long time,the AVERY v;
: at Florida A. and M.
'\. University went to Dr. Detroit Tigers did not see acolored ball player AVERY'S PHOTO STUDIO
,. that was good enough to play in Detroit orxearr
S Randolph Edmonds 1674 Rd. Next EWC
Kings to Library
a Tiger uniform. Just when people thoughtthe
(right) from William
} door was closedin stepped Ozzie Virgil and Phone EL 4-7695 For Appointment
larkina, president of
.".'. the Student Government behind him came Jake Wood and Billy Bruton.Nowlook

Association. Edmonds where the Tigers are.Those fellows a re II I
about that be done to
heads the speech and doing just everything can
help produce a winning team.
,. drama department nd
NOTHING IS MORE OUTSPOKEN for brotherly love I
,
is director of the
1HH FAHU Playaakers.FAMU "Peace on earth and goodwill toward man," than ,

i in sports. When Jim Piersall, of the Cleveland .
iiEE c staff photo by Steve
: Beasley) Indians went on a rampage Sunday when hit by a CQftMws AMAUNGHlB+QQWHQHl

: ,ball thrown by Jim Bunning of the Detroit Ti- lightens brightens skin
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bers, it was a brown skinned player, known ._ ., JrSft
: To Attend Meeting through ut"the baseball world as Vic Power,who

:. sat on him when he fell in order to stop what MAKES$ SKIH BLEACHES
CLEVELANDHiss could have been a' nasty mess No one scorned

1400 WRHC 1400 Modeste B. Duncanas Power for;that heroic deed. Even Piersanhim- "OLD FASHIONED" .

sistant professor of self did7,not hold it against him. Sports have <** *

_ -FJA'1'URII8-: home economics, Florida played anaajor role in bringing peace among e dJ
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ASH University, mankind: -
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*, wUl attend the Aaeri- ATTENTION READERSPlease

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lf THE FLORIDA STAR. Ser.n



l Annual SE Championship Boat 'l.cesSlaled' July 4 Oi The Si. Johns,... RiverPtge..... .

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Johnson! Meets' +a .Lhfon's Ftrfur i Mastermind 'tendon i Demonstrates- Tactics I Free Water Sports Movies Set


July' In JeopardyIn Sunday At Christopher's' Landing


'..Harold Eyes Match Dog:' HousePHILADELPHIA ) 8 P. H. SHOWINGA

With Patterson 15S

r ,, i S_ varied and for the
-Heavyweight S /1 __ entertaining program entire -
ATLANTIC CITY N.J.- I r idp ___
.Philly's Harold, Johnson challenger Sonny family is promised for the July 4th holiday -

Liston, who seemingly when sponsors 'of the 7th Annual Southeastern
who holds a, portion "
p, remains in box- Championship boat races present another o f
t of the worldf
ing's 'dog houses insofar their popular sports carnicals for the hundreds

lightheavyweight Moore crown as his personal t 0 Jtv of...water sports enthusiasts at Christopher'sPier.
with Archie
i record is concerned f __ _
meets -- -
.
heavyweightcontender is against it according ./:. On Sunday night,July
Eddie Machen up r.- i.. .:: swim is scheduled for
.;. c 2 the
... : are
t sponsors
o reports
; and the boat
July 1 in Atlantic ,t.' '' { 3 p.m.,
t'- inviting the general
out of his -
Cityf Convention seeping -1W' racing finals go or
:
public t o attend a'
hometown "
here.Sonrty' .
Han. I at 3:30 o'clock.F'Fi' .
;
f/
latest .. .. free showing of water
's exploit _
The bout will be nationally _
:t elevised 'seems to spout M. '. ,.,:.. '' S I sports and boating
... 'sTh movies a t Christopher
of the fact that _. &,4.''1>'.- J :
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AB&rTV on the .
over
'. .,' Pier. The pro- -
and another "
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man
ie "
regular Saturday night .: .",'
gram will get underway .
series (Jax at 10 p.m. woman stopped driver an attractive here recently I I NATION'S TOP BASKETBALL COACH AT FAMU CLINIC-John B. McLendonright( ), promptly at 8p.in. !

EST) with both reportedly head coach of they Cleveland Pipers, describing tactics, used againstthe I July 4th boat races

Johnson reportedlyis Russians during his recent tour while Coach Ed Oglesby listens. are being jointly
posing a s
using the match as policemen. McLendon appeared on the 17th annual. Florida A. and M. University sponsored by the New a

a stepping title'bout with fora Liston later termed Coaching Clinic last week. i Berlin Outboard Motor

'p t terson. the episode! .as a"joke" Club, RAEIA Temple ofthe
champion Floyd -

.Harold has ignored but it has been Villanova Star Major Leaguers I __ NEW MANAGER __ I Mystic Florida Shrineandthe Voters Educational
learned that the Penn- -
Archie Moore in mak- I'
Sets WorlCl'sCentury Plan Bias ,.S. :J
FightWASHINGTONAlthough Association
ing his future plans. sylvania State Boxing '.; ': '""
"\{e've run out of Commission has takena RecordFRANK 1,. Some o f the top

heavies and dimmer view of the boatsmen taking partin
light -
situation and will many major league SS .S this year's races COMMODORE HOLT
have no place to go s" b as eb ay., owners would ,
launch an investiga- and using specially
but the
e heavyweightclass
'io
tive into Sonrf1"S prefer ignore the ED HOLT commodore
Otiveri 'probe J designed hydroplanesare ,
Pat
spring .s egre8a.t ion .- the
escapades.The defending champion of sponsoring or-
Johnson's
managersaid. to Philly bomber r issue :in spring train- (. George Christop a r, ganization, looks over -
"We offered : w i
ing camPs the red hot
meet Listonbutwhen it is reportedis one '" Israel StaTHn&Robert one of the entries
Sonny
issue is scheduled to
we didn't hear of a family of 25 (Bob) Watkins, Ben which will participatein

from him, we took children of a broken be brought when up duringthe the '. Durham Jr., Curtis next Tuesday's annual -

Machen.n' home. He cannot write agenda "' J Johnson, Albert Par- races.
444 r ..[ 9i tt players meet duringthe r _
anything but his own ly.if All-Star rish, Jerome Single- Other events such! as
name and when he is game taryand, others.Plenty -
Negotiating ? water skiing and exhibition -
slated for Boston '", .
.r-"Y"-' reportedly paid b y on .f ; .,< ,:...... ', .: }, o f thrills are swimningwill
it
;} July 31st., was
E check he has no way : promised for this e-
,
learned: this week. GENE BAKER round out the after-
;:> of reading the checkto vent.
A Qa One of' the noon's program.
top Negro -
milestone Time trials for the
know whether he's Another was
Admission to the
stars said that events -
receiving his realized recency when hydroplane races are
proper and
is free
i iy "we're going to insist I ;
share. BUDD Gene Baker became the slated for 2:30 p. m. desirious of
that they-the owners- persons
second Negro to becomean The open channel in
s' rB NEW YORK-In what was discuss it.This situ- baseball I... ,. participating any

Negro Major long thought. to have ation, (spring train- manager.Baker organized is man- I I I I ,-'....:::!<:......:.,.. v'.- .. of the events may con-
J.D.BrooksJack-
tact
been an "impossible"barrierFrankRocket ing segregation) i s aging the Pittsburg
sonvilleEl 4-6llor
Loop Players ( ) more important to us Pirates' BataviaN.Y.team .
flash than anything else.We George ChristopherPo
Buddcollegiate in the ClassD Jacksonville.
from Villanova Uni- are going to insist New YorkPennsylvania 5-9178,
Los Dodgers Attractive trophieswill
Angeles
versity, set a new that- _it brought up League. Nate
PATTERSONCHAMPION awarded winners
be -
Maury Wills, asWillie --, world's record %in the at the meeting i n Moreland bossed the 111 the various

Floyd Patterson Davis, cf 100-yard dash here Boston." Class D Calexixo clubin

may defend his Tom Davis 3b Saturday when he seta Recently the St. ArizonaMexicoLeague categories.

world's heavyweight Charlie Neal, 2b '9.2 mark against a Louis Cardinals were several years

54 title against Tom Mc- John Hoseboro, c highly select field. reported to have in- ago. BOATING

Neeley of Arlington, Junior Gilliam, lb Budd. was representing tegrated its livingand If :you keep your boat on a
Villanova in the eating facilities trailer and take it on long
MassIf present plans
through accordingto Pittsburgh Pirates two-day, National AAU come next I spring at STRONG COMEBACK! trips here's how to keep the
go Roberto Clements of windshield from petting: all'
Tom and Al Bolan 'Track and Field championships its St. Petersburg,
bugged up. Coat it with window
representing Championship Gene Baker, if at Downing Fla., training camp.'r cleaner before taking off. Let

Sports, Inc. Joe Christopher, of Stadium o n Randall the cleaner dry but don't wipeit
Va( -
of Massachusetts. The Roman Mejias, if Island. king D. A. Willis off until after you have arrived

Present Trophies at your launching ramp.mexcelled .
Bolan brothers are Cincinnati Reds .To

petitioning the Massachusetts 0Peta
State Box- Frank Robinson, of Newcombe Finds

ing Commission f o f Vada Pinson, or gngg BSa mi ggtssOBSSsms.

permission to promotethe Leo Cardenes, ss 'Peace Of Mind'SPOKANEWash."Peace 27 Million Cats

bout in Boston Marshall Bridges, of 27 million ..that's the latest FOR TO YEARS
KLio Chacon if tabby-ulation of our feline popu-
.
Garden in September. i lation.Cats now rate as the most
) ii of, mind is hard to popular four-legged pet, out- a
.1 i.1r numbering dogs by-one million, .
I find in baseball, I IN RELIEVING
says the Pet Food Institute.
-, think I've found it
This probably comes as no sur-
WHEN YOU ARE ILL here,"big righthanderDon prise to the,cats.juTheyVe' been SKIN IRRITATIONS
their into affection A
Best Doctor purring way our Can so-called "modern" preparation
You Seek The Newcombe told a since history began. Yourwideeyed any
When Your Doctor Prescribe newsman interviewing .,- tiger tabby can prob-_ do ternal better skin than irritations this? Tetterine almost immediately.relieves ex
Pharmacists ably trace his family tree back to I
'. Get Experienced HARRY SIMPSON effective for athlete's foot harm
Equally
him the clubhouse
at
the royal cat-gods of ancient
.
To Fill Your Prescriptions BATTING less insect bites scabies eczema or surface -
I of-the Indians Egypt.Watch a booming.348
: According To Your Doctor' Spokane rash. Get Tetterine from your druggist
& Orders. We Use Only of the Pacific Coast This Clown- average, Harry (Suit- or send 75 cents''to Shuptrine Company

uv :. : The Best Quality Drugs Ai League where Big Newk case) Simpson is one Savannah. Georgia.
39 52 26 of. the leading candi-
is now emploYed. TETTERINETRAIN
Dr. C. E. HlackProprietor
521 --60 386
Donaccording to the dates for the Pacific \

writer, ,believes that 6. 7 Coast League's "Come-
S REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOUULLY'S -.
back of the Year" a-
he has once again 8 8
found the which ward. Harry is the ;
power 7 3 'rt
DRUG STORE 6
rewarded him with the current backbone of

\ most the San Diego Padres
National League's
!1907 Kings Road ELgln 3-8276 -
145-02-411 .. attack.
A COMPLETE LINE OF: valuable player award 183403509t8omettmea

1 Cosmetics Rubber Goods 'CandiesSundries in 1956 when he won ode o|
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED 27 games for the ttomettine he's down

kii-- Dodgers.At Ho add*, subtract

>. -..- the, time of the He. wtrfcs ft all around ia5c'S. e

interviewbig Don hada Coming Attractions

4-2 winloss record 42-77-16

with the sixth place
A
Indians, and in 62 Man's.: ra S '

,innings, had compiled Are .Numbered

a 3.53 earned ru n
lKanfs Days are Kunbered -
average,struckout 31,
'
'''Health Anl For
hurled two shutoutsand
tune Can Be ,Yours
had gone the dis- When You Know, your YOURSOj:

tance "four times in Lucky Days, Lucky

eight games. Colors'Etc. For A Paying Profession .

FISHING .. _-.;
Send $2.00 for your ..r
,
4. ln26W..hWomn
Here's an idea that will have Horoscope Guide For r .
era
sportsmen' up in the air. Next July .- \\l1U"'"". ,{t.,

time you find your casting arm' ,Fill in the blank below ..
too weak to get the lure outS -: : Are Excelling In :
: and mail to ZODIAC
where it has
to go, use a kite.
Attach a drop line,off the lead Post, -Office Box 561 ; Brbering y

line to a kite and let an offshore .Jacksonville 1, Fla. .

t breeze skip the hook and BEACHING HIGH v..France's .... AT
Name. -
:Y.y AO b:MY. Y Alphoose Haunt steps op his
bait out. as far as you want. S
training at Santa Monica.Call, '
u your dnaist anaot supply yaQ SKAVING POWDER O. When you reel the kite tack) in Street '0 for his rematch with Jose FLOIIIA una COLLEIE:

:'$END U f or ttdsl MAGIC TEIJt MATES .Box 3' F3r Ssv aA a trolling effect will be created Becerra for the world bantamweight ... ... ": ', .
that blue fish and school tuna Date of Birth ::;r ,,_ title la-Los Angeles site 430'D H
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.olher-In-Law THE MOST BEAUTIFUL STORES in JACKSONVILLE with THE LOWEST DISCOUNT PRICES >j

Jfcfd For Jury .
A coroner's jury last
Friday held Mrs. Edna
Mae Ellison 45of '
Kay St.for grand, jury"hearing 112 S.. ;.....:....;...' .. ." :'': '...{. .,:....:....; ;::;,:
,;4: ;" ; : ,"" .y w. .. :
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:in the alleged' .... ..' ... .. .. : ,,.. ..:..;.: ;
fatal of her :"'.. *. : .':
shooting .: -.L<..:> .-:: ':'" ': :, S'P"'E'CIA'L" .,.".; .
son-in-law during a ; .. K ... '.
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her domestic home., argument' .. .. .. LdI 0 1 :' s ; : : :, : :MEN'$ CLAMDIGGERS.

The inquest held inJustice ..'..... .' ."
of the Peace : "': :: '.: :'(i' : '"
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Sarah Bryan's court,' S. ::: "....... For.. the first. 200. customers. :

probed into the death ... :., '.*.: ;Cotton "Drill ..:Contrasting :
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MrsEllison's son- ,
side stripe_...
in-law, Bailey Cohen,. .. :.._ 5:0.----
20,of 82? Jackson St. ; v : ,'. '
Cohen was allegedlyshot .', L: .* Change pocket and back pocket J

by Mrs. Ellison '. Colors White, Navy, Cactus PR {,;
Saturday night, June :. NORMANDY BLVD. STORE Green .

17 and day died in the a local following OPEN SUNDAY 12 TO A KM. Sizes: 30 to 38 C.8.Y.*

hospital. UMIT' ONE TO A CUSTOMER .

Testimony, u n d, e r.
questioning by Mrs. I i t o 1. t ; %
Bryan and Asst. State *i %
Atty. Richard C. Gor- I
die, according t o ( 1 t

witnesses that ,Cohen, reveal went to d I THE LARGEST SELECTIONS JACKSONVILLE 1 SCUBA SPECIAL DIVING. DEMONSTRATION. SKIN fri 1 1 1I

his mother-in-1 a wf s
I | At both stortt. 7:50 fM. Tit. tr Sir. Ivtftinct in the gt'dt* trti All Nr Me1 /
home where his estranged it m>tsi quipmtftt will ht utttf.I 1
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pregnantwife I : :
18-year old Ida :
V
Mae Cohen was living I .
and threaten to
kill her and her .
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mother. .Ii..../ ler.
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Further testimony -- ":
ILJUTJ '-410'...' Z.. .
disclosed that h e /Jj" :::t: : :%-: (
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cursed before the dePendants ; "'<'' i.I
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small child "" .
and refused to leave ..'J::'. W':
when ordered to do so. (I I 1
Investigating D e t. :
Sgts. F.A. Gruber and 1 j I '
W. C. Garber said the EN'sswIMTRuNKs/'P
defendant's inyal d' I VJ-W-P4\
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husband confined .J : >' .1 -
was [ i y :z** -" f. *
to his bed during the I I ,
argument.It Drawstring Waist with hall buckle I belt q 1 y

was also learned I Hy Front-Modified short leg ,F .., r
that the defendant
had suffered another Solid Colors:White, Black,Olive, Gold'

misfortune s eve ral I Small, Medium, Large and Extra Large .
years ago when one of
.. .. -. -
her daughters skilled I

assailant.by an unknown I Cotton and Lastex Swim 7 jI /V ,. V
Testimony failed to ; '
Trunks LiJ;
show whether the defendant I ; ; ?

used a weapon *Gatey & Lord *Cotton in Plato's and Chech ..r ,
during the incident. *Boxer waist with drawstring and built-n supporter .' ;> c
I 9 Lastex styles with buckle front, adjustable drawstringwaist w .

NAACP I In blue & white or black & white checks kA j ..l. '
Jax *Sizes Small Medium, Large Extra.Large

Drive Steps Up I U Our'FBEE t1ir-AWA\'I'LAN' ak s ( 'hopping.'S9' L b
se J
An official: charge '-" ,f.. Much o.re n enlent.I .
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of the Jax NAACP chapter -
fs current member- 4L\ T1'DDVIAF'y
ship drive announceda
A

new notable and renewed this increase week.memberships in I J U CLOTH < :" ::1' : p

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Dr. Hunter H.Satterwhitedirector ..

1961 membership reported of membership campaign the' c\ OAT NECK SHIRTS I ,.


applications .,. <<. .. t
campaign compared to during the drive the U I Soft absorbent terry cloth .< .... j\ > ? <:

similar period of-I960 Short"Sleeves w
shows a near increaseof Poc
1 Cigarette et on sleeve x
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one-third members ( ; -
over the previousyear. f: / .' Colors White, Gold, Olives

9 Sizes: Small, Medium Extra Large : / -
Dr.Satterwhite stated 1. ;
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that the public is invited 'S >< s
to attend the fi w

weekly membership campaign i/J/JMEN'SDECKPANTS : I .
' meetings which :5.

are night held at 8 p.m.each Monday in the Cotton Twill with !4"side stripa $' c\\ j j \\

organizat n'8 Suite Matching Rope belt to match stripe L
312 i n the Masonic I' 2 side bellow pockets \
Building, 410 Broad Tunnel loop waistband -:- Zipper flyI' I
Colors White black olive 1
St.In Sizes 28 to 38 j. ,'. '. si
similar
gesture, : x /._
Rev. J.B.F. Williams- 4 -i

Jax NAACP Branch I. ) _. _ I 3-' 1IV/. ;
president states that
the general public is
also invited to.attend HENS' CABANA SETS
the weekly executive I \
board meetings ,scheduled Fully lined boxer shorts with built-support ,r
for Wednesday White terry cloth with contrasting collars and cuffs, with swim :; ..1, \
nights at 8 .p.m. in trunks to match.
the organization's of Some with one and two pockets.. Beach wear patterns in prints "
I and plaids. Values to $7.95. t ...
fices. Sizes Small,Medium, Large,and Extra Large. I J 44I
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GOLD ALONG THE HIGHWAY \
: M - - V -dIe
Warsaw. Ky. There was gok
along the highway near here
but don't so prospecting: for it. PLENTY Of I, ,FREE EASY PARKING, _
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The gold involved millions oi -
dollar's worth-wa stacked along
U. S. 42 after a Brinks armored
Ky.car,carrying to New York it from overturned.The Fart Knox. 7890 i NORMANDY BLVD *GJ.V. means. 48th STREET between i Pearl i & Main
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gold was stacked in three CftM....hit.V.I... SUN
neat piles while waiting' for substitute PM.* *..*W tto* rfrit .;...adt.eti/d.. .. P. Open Daily 9:30 A.M.to 10 P.M.
trucks rushed from OndcnatL -..I / / 1 4tM w y"' ....., re.4 -
OPEN DAILY 9:30: A-H.' to 1 10 P '.... wttltm t.. br. PLENTY OF FRKK l> I It K I \ G



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