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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 15, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00417

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
July 15, 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:
UF00028362:00417

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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fagnolia Folk BoilingVer ,_. ., rector Southeast announced regionaldi-that

:. 200 Associations units
in six states have R:
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9'13g jiloyment drive against rr
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others. Ar
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'Ii Muttsftrs-,Staging-Fund Drive ; Residents To UtgeRevolatioaOfaradiii.s ley stated in a directive :
t o NAACP

\\'u..J' For Civil Rights. Law 'Suits-. In Meeting ,; chapters. in her region SF:'on tjd e

I CLER3Y ARE AROUSED Irate and disturbed residents:Magnolia: Gardena "We spend thousands
r Ribault, Cleveland Heights 'Lincoln Estates of dollars on electricity -
It t BY REV. D. B. BARNES and other'aecti'ona' will meet with th* i to 7ear'round

.* In a dramatic move to erase once and: for all ; Duval County Coamiisaion Monday July 17 at appliances to say

every vestige of racial segregation in Duvalfs, 2 p.m. to seek cancellation of licenses iron nothing o f what we
publicly owned and operated facilities powjprful ; two franchised water companies now serving the spend a t Christmastime
:forces representing major Negro religious .. are as.The areas are served by companies' listedas We spend other
denomination in this area have banded toget ark' the Magnolia Homes and the Ribault Sewer thousands for gas to

as litigants to carry the Jar swiadng pools and Water Works. _, reasons given: for t'ii;i cook, heat and refrigerate ..di
I and golf court cases to the Fifth U.S.Court, of1 Multiple coaplaints' increased Crates was t
l Appeals in New Orleans. ___ charge the respective that new meters have "We+ also spend thou-
Known as the "Big;- be called upon to companies with exorbi- : bleu installed some sands more for water

Chain,"ihe ministerial support this project 'm tint overcjiargjjig of areas.to' replace'dofective -? to wash, to drink, to
40 group is comprised of whose ultimate goalis monthly: billing for .'ones.)* cook and to bathe.'!he VV
the Baptist Ministers'JJrotherhpodjRev to bring first services rendered- Another reason given time has come for Negroes i, CAPTURES PISTOL AWARDS- Jax City Patrolman
;p. ., HH.* class citizenship and some reportedlyrangedlow for the mass' protests to work in all Sidney Gaines, at the suggestion of a superior
I Robinson Ii res idarit:-. "recognition, to -'a 11.:-' -r.aboveutthhf: .50 ..ararlc-, .' s that,.th mpanies -of 'these utility: coat-. I officer entered the Southeastern Regional Pis-
The AME Ministers' county residents. 'Vater'presure, 'whenraceivigd': i paniesahe.concluded.The -- tol Match 8pOni''of the local police department -
1 f .AlliaaceRev.A.J.Dayleypresideritani Initial Underwriters poor znalntainanceand plaint replied,; with NAACP'. South- last weekend and won an amazing total
the Listed below are the. ignoring of protests "ridiculous, and assorted east region is made of 14-awards 11, of which are displayed at the
.Interdominational Min-< churches which have from various re s i- excuses*,bearing L up of FloridaGeorgis right and also by his three-year old son Wayna
Material All1ance, already raised funds dents by the tee p'e c- a don't give a MississippiNorth and Officer Gaines entered his first official meet
J.B.F. Williams pres- for the litigation: tive companies' management damn attitude? anoth\r' ; South Carolina a nd last week against some of the world top pis-
New Hope AEEbaneaerMethodist spokesman stated. Tennessee. tol shots, thus becoming the first member of
ident.State, Purpose Mt. Carmel Attorney Leander J. One of the petition his race ever to compete. As a member of the
During their initialorganisational ; BaptistSt Paul AXE, Shaw and Frank Hampton ers stated that a yearor Held For. HomicidsAH Jax Police team, Gaines,competing in all cali
directors of/the two company --- ---o-t'.,..".'; bra .22, .38 and .45
meet-; Antioch Baptist St. ago, one ..y ; pistol events, coppedall
lag in St. Paul Ate Stephen AMEN Central complaints against sent out letters -s.I..a honors in the calibre .22 rapid, slow, and
Church the ministersin BaptistFriendly Baptist the two concerns filed to its consumers tall- /l aggregate matches; calibre .38 national match
stating that never Second Baptist formal charges Thursday ing them of ,a contemplated .. slow fire and aggregate class, and the cali-

before have they beenso Payne Chapel AME. Mt.>' afternoon with increase, n .,1'J bre .45 national match, rapid fire, and grand
aroused as totheirrespoD8ibili Ararat BaptistAnderson -, the county cossdssion. rates, and comp LI) ,-- aggregate. total for all'matchea.
t)" in working Methodist, N ew' In the charges, the that it (the : ; K ,. .. (ROYAL ART STUDIO PHOTO)
two companies will be "didn't care to d i .-
for the interest Bethel AME, Bethlehem, ,
of their parishioners BaptistWest Memorial asked to produce records -. cuss t he matter Country Club Sale Denied
through the guidance Methodist Abyssinia and to show cause further.It .
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of "our Panecea" why rates have suddenly has also been .
great Baptist Baanuel BAp- But Owner
NLQVE Seeking Buyer
Jesus Christ, electedthe tist,Bethany Baptist catapulted withoutthe disclosed :that the "-
following as officers St. John Baptist *, residents being co&plaintants 'urging Charged with the June Rumors were widely circulated early this week
: Natick Memorial, St. previously Informed ; the commission to 8 fatal pistol shooting to the effect that the Lincoln Golf and Country
President,Rev.J.B.F. Matthew, Little Rock, the reason for assessments -. cancell 'the*-two water of William Me- Club has been sold
far and beyondnoma7l coapany; anchises, 'Field, 52, of .40251stuart.
Rev. R J. Zion
Williams Hope First Newi: regret from golfers
One report. had it
followingan
financial rates being will request the city; St.
Elaine ZionMt CalvaryBeulahj and other citizens
Rev. paid by city and county to extend its water argument last that the popular club-
D.B.
secretary SveetfieldEvergreen of the lack
Mt. residents and why: lines i.utotheir residential Saturday, Allen Love, house property had conscious
Barn.treasurerIRav.C.A. Bethel Macedonia
been sold to white of recreatictu7.iacilitiea -
the present rates to 41of 4027 Stuart St. a
first vice Ht. rose areas, or,
Ht.Sinai
Vernon
in
Duval
from aniea is in Jail awaiting whiskey store chain for
a former flat buy; the two cofi county -
Rev. S. E Jeru8alemSaint
president; John, monthly tee. franchises results of operator for the su m. Negroes as well as
Folders r e cording First Corinth Zion harsh criticism t
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It was learned that If this plan fails, homicide SttvKt'igMtion. of $125,000, while o
Rev. R.L.JonHparlilaentarian. Mount
secretary Hope Pleasant
still another report the Afro Insuran c e
the protesters will the reaidentla 7 Love .allegedlyshot
CentralMagnolia, ,and in victim's said the property went Co. and the owners of
also charge the c ompanies have set McField -
they up anottier -
West
and Rev. J.S.Johnson
Friendship Bap- to the club for "selling
home McField a housing developer -
with unbusinesslike method to
secure -
civic coaaittee. tist churches for out."
operation their own water was pronounced dead (100,000
Start Fund Drive Slate Next Meeting
arrival at Duval James Lewis Jr.vice- The Kegro-owned Ri-
and

with cooperstive oa
using inadequate rights on a
the heels
Upon of
Meanwhile a spokesman
equipment basis Medical Cad r,invest- president of the Afro- bault Supper Club was
the organisational said the drive is American Insurance sold to Jacksonville
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reported -
since igsting ,officers reported -
of
the one the
ministersinudiately
meeting, being continued on Co.,who inherited the fs whiskey
set into 4all fronts.with the Concfffrons At ,2 Whites 'Con'82Year Country Club, as it King Don Tredenick

notion a gigantic fad next gigantic mass CastAgoinifHE&T is popularly: known, operator of the Tropil-
raising drive to sup- meeting slated for State Asylum Old issued a state eat, cana, Inquire Kites
ipOrt'the Court of Appeals Monday night,August 7 OCALA Life savings u. Of MiM. midweek saying the Ed. Drive In, Golf-
action. at 8.3 in New clubhouse fair etc. chain Informed +
TORK-NAACP property
HifByNAACI' totaling some f20w&: : Legal
Bethel .H
This week, over 40 E Church taken troyi an 62yearold Def.*.Fond attorneys "definitely has not sources said
churches had*enthusiastically Rev.FranR JcnespatoaThe : / -- Following Negro roan by will attempt! this week been sold1* the Ribault whiskey

respondec public is urgedto passage of legislation two white ,COD,! men to have a Federaleo.-t Lewis said he had license has ben?virtusHy" .
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attend.Thuroa
to the call for monetary calling correction who posed as govern- i in Jackson, Mist ea- "80M offers," that : sold, but the
support Turns of facilities at the sent agents 'sad President join the University were not acceptable sale of acreage around
Win Blanket Area Florida Mental' of and admitted th at he
Keaaedy assistants : Mississippi: frrllritK the club is being contested
Although the sponsors Down Judgeship at Chattachoocheethe the sheriff of-. to adsdt s was wining to sell by one of the
state that the first BffitfTOffi It .. 'reported I Florida State :Conference fie aonouoced this ; Negro .applicant its the property "at the original owners o f
phase of the find here last week, of NAACP week. : ...... snsjttr session, right pricen He did the property
i drive began in the that BwrgocdKarshftll 'Branches called on Mrs Sara Bodges of : A hearing on a motion not say exactly what An odd twist to the
churches, Duval individuals has turn d down a90dAttrjAR Governor.FarrJarant St. -3 wr to}* of- ; for'prelisdaaryinjunction "the right pries19 i* Country Club sale rumor -
;. business'. for ft fed to ,also ... that conditions its rs the.mm told filed by but indicated thatthe is that Edward
. loaders.. concerns, .rslImports 3tldgee3p. --for NegroesBssts her that 'if.the no.bft. will Det_. Fmndattsrasys figure would be Ballard, one of the
i' '
.social savings fra- iWt.9Y'". had bees above 1100000.
stated tMt.lIIrsM" JMI' ed tfcsfc. aonty,. 'founders of the Country
t. tsratlj crssk letter, rehHI tH vsrs ttksq. tfetjr would give,_ her sst for July 10, Mttfee The Co-BBtry Club Club acd the man

i\; .ilvit tfti political ift'--, post H' 1"-1'. ...,state'........., '..tJtr t2 for. ..w7cellarf i hMffii*has':beta' sals raor has brongbt'sisst who designed sad built
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THE. FLORIDA STAR, POLITICS- :: AS USUAL



NEWS BY ERIC O. SIMPSON

Florida, Star Publishing Co. F
Published by The <
VOTE DRIVE MARKS GAINS
Press"ERIC >
"Member of Auoclated Negro
f ,. e IN NEARLY 400 LOCALITIES

O. SIMPSON..N.............:............Monoging Ed or .

r ALYSON E. WISE......._....:...................-..................:News Editor y k Persistent and unrelenting pressure will con-

i HILDA WOOTEN...................................'.......Circulation Manager tinue, using every kind of effective strategy
including sit-ins and, similar demonstrations,

MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: na "until substantial, not tokenchangeall along

2323 Monafcf Road........-.........................Phone Elgin 46782. f 1 .l fi the line) is effected," asserts the NAACP in
its 1960 annual report released simultaneouslyhere

t Mailing Address: and in Philadelphia today.

P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida The 72-page report
mirrors the"unrelenting Of prime importance
SUBSCRIPTION RATES -=
the Association's
was
forward push of
One Year, $5.00; Half Year, $3.00
the NAACP since its on-going voter regis-
Mailed To You Anywhere In The United States
Subscription' Payable In Advance. Send Check or Money Order To: formation in 1909," tration drive, with

FLORIDA STAR-P. O.Box JACKSONVILLE 1,FLORIDA h- writes ExecutiveSecretary special attention to

Roy Wilkinsin southern states. The
: THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: the Foreword. report reveals that

1. City and County Civil Service Jobs T The report "95 per cent of the

I r 2. Negro Road Patrolmen Y y, published more than 400 cities
i-3
3. Negro Bremen on the eve and counties touched
4. More Negro Police Officers n I of the by the Association'8 '

5. More Squad Cars for Negro ,Policemen" L I. A cialion's voter r eg i stration
S 'so -
) 52z1 program in 1960 shied

Hoffa At The Wheel 41. a.k annual a decided upward trend

toward political ac-
', 1t convention
,? \ in Phila- tion.
It has been said of Teamsters Union Boss James 1Lci SIMPSON d e Iphia, "Negroes invariably

R. Hoffa that his power is second only to that covers highlights from received better treat

'of the President of the United States. Though { s. .. the entire NAACP pro- ment and considera-

this may be an exaggerationthe point is ,arguable j/_ -- ---wa," -.Q\' gram being carriedout tions from city officials -

Hoffa's unionand it is Hoffa'a union, by 1,434 units in in areaswhere

clearly, after the stunning failure of effortsto : MUST NO LONGER 45 states. they had politicalstrength

loosen his grasp on the wheel-is the largest T -' ,"it conclud-
.
and most powerful in the nation.
: T
ed.Also
The course of event at the Teamsters Miami. Your Weekly cited was NAACP

.Beach convention ran strongly in Hoffa favor political action in

His re-election for another four'years is not Horoscope Guide _. Savannah, Ga., where

the full measure of his ascendancy.The conven- .. Negroes have been

tion approved a dues increase for all locals, WHICH ARf YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR seeking better economic

60 per cent of which will go to the interna- BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL and educational
tional. The union further 1
machinery was centralized
treatment from the

By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES town fathers.
In line with this,the general e x e cut i v e
'IT en out of a slateof
board's power was increaseato. the extent that
15 candidates sup-
it can now split locals without membership con- .
1
ing income. Do ported ly: Negro voters
your
sent., Also, the AFXi-CIO has been -given a n (March 21 *> AprfUU) your social department.Eaiotional I this(24th thru,27th).
not delay in taking were successful in
ultimatum Take the Teamsters back face the upsets Allow yourself be
: ,or It could well i "
very drastic measures to their bids, it dis-
rival labor federation new affecting you.our captivated by the tone
threat of a giant ,be the lot of many reverse the flow. Reduce closed. i
constitutional provision makes the creation of Arians to keep their .friends and those who of the moment, then
social or luxury In the area of labor
adherence o f lay claim to your love will find yourself -
such group possible through noses to the grind- spending,and increase you the report concludes

other unions. stone, while manyof the rate of savings, may capture the lime- enjoying it far that "some of the in-

All in all, Hoffa is most emphatically in the their teammates are a- it this is within light on the 24th- beyond expectations. portant employment
driver's seat. There are obstacles on the road 25th.Be suspicious of 3-10-33-18-49-318
way enjoying a vacation
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A
your power serious gains made during the
notably those created by Justice Department and Emotional upsets anything that is pro- ,
talk with, your associate AQUARIUS wartime economic expansion -
Internal Revenue Service investigations.Despite could take rather posed on the 31st. Feb. IB
on maybe necessaryto Boro Jan. 20 to (World War II) ,
these obstacles the chances appear to be excellent 5-60-77-19-63-567
huge proportions, unless arrive at a, sound You have good reason and in the immediate
that Hoffa will rolling along for
go
you have learned formula that will be SCORPIO to feel lucky, as do postwar period, especially -
some time and with growing momentum. how Nov. 22
to
to control them Born Oct. 24
"mutually profitable most people when they for heavy industry -

((24th-25th). Wind up Related ,a tivities have the f o rtunate have in many

Saddle Horse Capital' jobs by the 27th, if should be launched by I the You mood may be to more assert in presence of Jupiterin instances .been all +

you are among the the 27th, in order to and to try their Sun Signs. but totally wiped out.
fortunate yourself,
ones who can extract the fullest what You can expect some The year 1960 saw ;

A,museun in honor of a Negro horse trainerwho look forward to a measure of good that to consider occupy to be you rather outspoken reac- school i n t e gration
your
was once a slave is the unusual feature period of fun and re- they may contain. in tions,should you overdo come to the Deep South
rightful place your
offered by Mexico, Mo Mexicoa town 100 miles laxation.The spirit of 350221634352LEO field or community it on the 24th, and the U. S. Supreme i

northwest of St. Louis, was visited in 1861 by enterprise may possess You risk the danger 25th and 27th. Thereis Court extend its ban
the
Col. U.S. Grant, who was trying to root out you on 29th. I promise of agree- 'discrimination in
2-10-55-13-76-215 Born July 23; thru Aug. 23 of stirring the opposition -
nests of Confederate guerrillas. It was here of those who able surprisesin the transportation by requiring

that he received his commission as brigadier TAURUS The kingly attitude are already there,and way of romance,Perttes that Negroesbe

general. Mexico thus honors Grant in the museum Born April. 20 thnt.May 20 is becoming persons! who see no reason for 'and remunerative in- served in restau-

but reserves its real affections for Tom Bass. of your regal sign, making for vestments or assign- rants at interstatebus
better to
It way you.
Tom Bass was so renowned a horse trainer that seems but it may have to be Start the meets{( ). Be terminals operated
let sleeping dogs lie, laying
Roosevelt accompanied by a cer- as an integral
Presidents McKinley Theodore con- foundation in these very retiring, suspicious part
sulted him about horses, and an injury to him as a challenge on yourpart tain modesty, and respects the 2th- for rather of the transportationsystem.
would be quickly
was fully reported in the London Times.He helped reserve in order to mysterious or baneful .
taken and turned
to bolster the town's claim to being the up strengthen existing. influences prevail on The High Court also
28th. Chance
against on the 24th seems to
of the world. you alliances It seems the ruled the
saddle horse capital be on side 31st. on Tuskegee,.
.and 25th.!he 29th could your on
While the museum has many interesting objectsit better to ,keep.a the 29thbutyou could 280111655281PISCES Ala.,"gerrymander11, case.
specializes in the history of the saddle bring a surprise, i n financier project: \ The decision entitled
the form of pull a boner of major
horse and of noted. horsemen. There are cata- money a. under wraps for the Negroes to a hearing
,
presentor opportunityto proportions on th e Born Feb. 18 to March 20
logues of sales, saddles of famous horses, and time being as this 3l t. "to prove their claim

rows of prize ribbons and oil paintings o f boost your prestigeor should prevent the 8-70-99-14-25-879 Have no regrets, and that the gerrymander
land Be
winners. holdings. needless expense that do not slip back intoa constitute invalid

particularly on your mood of habit that racial discrimination
SAGITTARIUS
War Over Meters guard* against or competitive.partnership premature impose (27th-28th action )may. Born Nov.28 to Dec. 21 may be detrimental to However, the report
continued well-
your predicts that this
controversies that maybe 630441746634VIRGO Should you have been
senseless (31st). lucky enough to being. Weakness could case may be .a "fore
A "war" seems to be eruptingin Spokane and 4.30-66-14-23-436 achieve something of overcome your h ig h runner in the contest

Londonat least-over parking metersIn Lonc n/ Born Aug. 24 thru Sept 23 vital importanceduring resolves, 25th, 31st. Between urban and

a push-cart vendor who has had his stall at GEMINI Social pastimes continue the precedingquarter .Loveyour ownor that .rural dwellers for a
for 15 defies the metersto Born May 21 thru JUDe 19 of some one close to
the same spot years .. at a merry clip. ,guard againstthe more equitable align-
,oust him. In the Washington city a motorist It seems sensibleto You could play the tendency' to be you, may provide you ment of political

challenges the whole idea that over-parking is keep in touch with usual role of being boastful or reckless. with the strength you power."

a crime. key people,and not to the life of the party Victories can mean need to conquer yourself The year-long study

This is the sort of hassle we've been waiting stray too far away when the mood takesyou(27th28th.DoyQur little if you over- Chance also also reports on gains

for--something important enough to take our from the 23rd t>h r u look the need of con- provides a surprise in housing, the role

minds off the fate of Kuwait or the lousing of 25th. The things you work under cover, if solidating your gains which to bolster should determination go far of youthintemalpro-

Laoes And we've certainly seen crimes committed hear or read could be that seems to be the against c o unte r- jour gram,church activitiesand

around parking meters. Just the other exaggerated put it surest way to increase attacka(24th-25thRe-( ) worth-while to achieve a others.

day we rounded a corner to see a cop depart trusted objective. It points out that
mildly, making it the your take -or to gain ly on a associate -
after ticketing our jalopy for over-parking better part of wisdom the edge on competitors for advice and 440441389413CONGRESS NAACP membership went
exactly one minute. But we thought was the then will up 13 per cent duringthe
to verify the truth ,on the 29th. You support, you
policeman was the criminal-not us. Now maybe before you c omityourself could outsmart yourself .be lees likely t o W1VJUS, SUMMER! year to 388,347,
others are beginning to see it our way. Maybe highest- in recent
make from
if wrong moTelS
too deeply you try any The wives of congressmen and
there is balm in Gilead, after all. fc5th thru 27th). Be tricks of your own on 27th thru 29th. Sur- senators bipartisan in their desire years And, for the

to a the 30th. prises.and glad tid- to escape Washington's summer third straight year,
satisfy
prepared heat concede they have met their' income exceeded the
wish related to yourself 7-40-8S-1&-57-748 ings are scheduledfor match in Speaker Sam Rayburn..
and yourvalu&ble the 29th. Their campaign is doomed because $1,000,000.00 mark,
LZBRASerm Raybum a bachelor, thinks with a substantial
1-20-22-15-51-125
holdings (27th-28th). Ore Oct. 91
kLdthestxgthryaur1f. Sct. 24 m summer recess Is "the greatest portion coming from !
Promise nothing on .nonsense I've ever beard/*
CAPRICORN the $500.00 1 i
t emtBberahip
;the '31st when. deceptions If it' Helene: thingit term Dc. n 'ifcra 1... 19 Thirty three senators are span. 1
$ rife '. another.Now-that soriag a resolution calling for a program.
seem recess from July 1 to October L
.. You will hare time
1-20-33-15-56-123 you .i.s to h av e i ,' But.said one of the powers, Senfttor You bet w. haveCONFIDiNCE
brJ.dcaaM rather on other occasionsto Humphrey (D., Uisa), after

I nfoHuf/f Toamat THIS mac 00f0R. cosyliuatsd bwiaes .s k. good your expenditures RaybBTB had spoken: in ..
7.ea .. The Senate and HotiM must
s. .. J'IIItThlre j thane is
pcoi..iovalrob- ,
.- or spent at the time, and GROWING .
that
-i time
:}.. ; r:, -, L art sips that I 1_, you'"oould, find no'd'CaniHtie if ttat" '. .
AMERICA '
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SatUrday, July 15,, 1961 i THE FLORIDA STAS AGE THRE1I _iij

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BIRTHS


Bkdw at Brefrster Hospital

Mr. And Mrs. William g sX

Biggins, 3187 Brasque
Y1
Drive, Boy
Mr. and Mrs. JanesEvans,6934 L


Boy RichardsonRoad :

n Mr. and Mrs. S. F.1 : _
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Singleton,675 W.FirSt : t

Street, Boy. ti
I Mr* and Mrs. JosephWUhington,1445 Pearl Sr { r


r Street Girl. / : S.

Hr. and, Mrs. Samuel j'i\ :; 7??

Byrd, 1130 McCohnie ,
-
Street, Girl. \ = Mr

Mr. and Mrs. Frank

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Moore, 5757 McCloud -Y e

Street Girl. .- P 1"x :a.rxr.y.r .
y } t t ii
j. Mr. and Mrs.Rayfield -; e + 3

Brown:! 1924 Leonard
''i Circle Boy.

Mr and Mrs. Cleve

Collins,1527 Illinois

Street, Girl. 3
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey

Johnson, 422 W. First

Street, Girl. F's
Mr.and Mrs.Henry Nash d

1479 McCohnie St.Girl. ,:
iw
Mr. and Mrs. Green '_ .
Womack,1356 W.22nd.St -; -
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(i Boy.
Mr. and Mrs. William -r', -. e
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{ Baldwin, 3209 Bridier ,, $
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V' Street Boy. ,f 2&S'- _'
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Mr. and Mrs. William

Green,1524 W.24th St.
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Girl. ;
9 ::Sf

Mr. and '.rs. Haywood ...,a { %' ,
Johnson,702 Ct.E.BoyMr. F"Y
and Mrs. Harvey { k a

Bentley,1705 Highland d

Avenue, Girl. 5)

Mr.0 and Mrs. Earl il/i -:: 'S 55 _
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Walker,5733 Castellano a

Avenue, Boy.Sunday's.

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Ladies Auxiliary 36
ANNUAL GATEWAY GIRL SCOOTS DAY CAMPS HIT HIGH ATTENDANCE MARK One of Bottom left Hiss
I.!..!. will observe pix ( ): Loretta Carter demonstrates frying of chicken -
their Fifth Anniversary the most successful two-weekly-sessions day camp program in the historyof for 10-year olds. Photo bottom (right): Small fry are shown how to pre-

Tea Sunday from the Gateway Girl Scouts Council climaxed this week at MtHerman Park, pare menus by Mrs. Daisy Kelsey and Hiss Amelia Steney. Other assisting

4 until 6 in the Mrs Irene Baggs, camp director. Cook-outs, arts and crafts, and other leaders were Hrs. Helen Toney, Hrs L'Questra Everette, Miss Loretta
p.m. girl scouts curricula was given daily to over 100 registered girls. In Carter Mrs. Lois Miss
home of Mrs. Nellie i Holloway, Carolyn Hill,Mrs.Lucille Sears,aM the
J Toung,2202 Jfyrtle Ave. top photo (left): Mrs. Irene Baggs and MrsBetty Bnanuel instruct* girlson Hisses Lillie Mae Coppock, Flossie Weaver, and Joanne Williams, camp
t how to create marachas from discarded light bulbs. Insert (center): aides.

h;'. Friends invited.are cordially Hrs. J. E. Davis has arts and crafts class working diligently on project (ROYAL ART STUDIO PHOTOS I )

..,. Fix (right) shows girls relaxing under camp's lushfoliaged trees.. .


SOCIALLY SPEAKING Wedding Bells I IL


: ._ Applications for Marriage '

with LicensesTheo.
LOUISE G. GUINYARD Floyd, 362 MilwaukeeAve. lOrae4t./
I 0 ., Orange Park Fla., 21 and S
This week I want to chat with you briefly a- the Quaker state. Theresa Thomas, 1913 Hooker St., I
about an enjoyable visit to Ocala, Florida.Forthe Guests included, in addition to the honorees, Orange Park Fla., 18. fO daJ222e//ow./
Mrs. Marie HcClain sister of Hrs. Jones Mrs. Wilbert Pierce, 1544 Madison
eleven years that I have lived in FloridaI ; St., 36 and Jessie M. Williams,
have seen the signs, wee Silver Springs," 1415 Illinois St., 21.
Margaret Starkes Mrs. Vannette ThayerMrs.Ann
; Elijah Harrison Jr., 1116 W.
Paradise Park "I've
"See Silver Springs from
'Monroe; Mrs. Susie Washington of TampaFloridawho 32nd St., 20 and Carolyn J. Hu- i iG1I THE WORLDS MOST
seen Silver Springs," etc., and.I. had longedto is in the city as guest of Mrs. Earnestine ghes, 3711 Stuart St., 16. MAGNIFICENT BOURBON ,
see the spectacular springs. Finally have Thayer Mrs. Louise Chappelleand Mrs.Catherine Roosevelt Gallaway, Jr., Rt. 1, tQCK
had ny; wish fulfilled, and those of you who ; Box 505 Winston Salem, N. C., 1 1oul
Jackson. 19 and Frances N. Pough, 1116 W. .
have visited the site understand ,
lovely can my * 6th St., 18.
enthusiasm; others would do well to see the The West Tenth Street home of Mrs. Lenora Lee Eddie L. Hayes, 427 llth St S.,0
crystal clear springs with the silver sand- 28 and Josephine Rollins, 427 llthSt MIST
I the of interesting bridge session
limestone. was scene an .',-. S., Jax. Beach, 32. 1-I i '..
held recently. Jesse S. Pattum, 214 Stuart St.,
The glass bottom boat cruise takes to na rII '"
you
Participants included Mrs. Dorothy Pinkney, ,21 and Pauline L. Jenkins, 1061 II y
M
ture's underwater fairyland where you see Mammoth Jefferson'St.,23.
Mrs. Leona BennettHiss. Margaret WillanasMrs.Vermal .
Rock Ledge with Its sheer drop from seventeen McCone, Mrs. Lillian Davis, Mrs. Emma. Albert Turner, 1079 Florida Ave., 1'
to thirty-one feet Big Spring and Endless 34 and Erma Smith
; J. 1079 Flor- ,4
Morgan Mrs. Flossie Weaver and Mrs., Posey
Cavern; Jacob's Well, a small bubbling spring ida Ave., 19. 1 \
Williams. John W. Bush, 1509 Davis St, ;
with of snow-white shells
particles ; Reception *.* 20 and Eloise Holsey, 1248 Oak-
Hall-spectral scintillating the sand St., 20.
rays upon ley
Mrs. Maxine Jackson and her infant son, Reed '., :, ;
limestone walls; Bridal Chamber, the legendary James C. McDaniels 843 Baker ti ,
relatives in Anderson -
Jackson Jr.
visiting
i and fathomless crevice which emits a filmy'ven.of are Aye., 23 and Priscilla E. Williams .
South Carolina. Rt. 4, Box 438, 19. a,, rrry.YRfaN 1
i shell; Ladies Parlor, a thousand rainbows ,/ :

k mirrored against a background of alabaster Hampton Shows ATTENTION READERS ;
pink; Devil's Kitchen, springs that bubble
Pl.... Bring or Send Your
charcoal; Blue Grotto, a forty-one-feet deep Session Increase
I pool of etheral blue; Turtle HeadowGarden of Church News. Club Notices & 1laaausoem..E.
Eden where beautifully-colored coral and silk Hampton,Va.- Simmer 7
yi1 enrollment at To The FLORIDA STAR Early
Hampton
i1 ferns form a fascinating picture; The Sunken
Institute now standsat DEADLINE FOR NEWS IS
Gardens, where one sees subaquatic plants that '
f t resemble forests viewed from an airplane; 817 students whichis TUESDAY at NOON, 10 YIA8S 010 STWUGHT BOUR80W WHtSXY-86 PROOF 010 DtTlUtBCO..PHJU.

Fisherman's Paradise; Catfish Hotel; Decorated a, 35 per cent increase -

Christmas Trees; and a host of other interest- over last

ing sites too numerous to mention*) advice to staner's figures.

you is, see it for yourself you'll never regret i urr

it; nor will you forget it. LADIESI'I I'' .

While in Ocala we were guests of relatives of .
Mrs. Ethel Barton, a Jacksonville resident who i1\.')
SLEEVELESS .,, ." '
formerly lived in Ocala. t, :: :ii -.' .CONDITIONED COMFORTS
"f-
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* DRESSESSIZES
3-i -: AT A BARGAIN PRICE!
Hiss Mary: Hunter was the honoree at & lovely :7" -- 4
kitchen shover given by Hiss Hilda Wooten at 32-38 .f1 }Who of us has not cringed from that hot blast of air

her Hjrrtle Avenue residence Hiss Hunter is a SANFORIZED ,. >t::'"-.1.t ; that hits us when w''c open the car door these hot days? .

bride-elect of July 15. : Riding a Jacksonville air-conditioned.Coach

* 'JfV '. will eliminate that discomfort inexpensively.
RAYON a COTTON
Reports indicate that Mrs. B.B.Vaught of Hon- < ,-',,\ ti_' -i;,You'll V- arrive fresh at work and be refreshed when" you
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crief Road is having the tine of her life on SOLIDS & PRINTS .'ii ; -;- M ; arrive home.Twenty-six air-conditioned coaches

her western tour. When last heard from she wes WASHABLE ,"h'-....,--..'... J_' .' are available, so start enjoying your cool ride today ,.

at Grand Canyon National Park, Ariiona, with >. ...you'll. be dollars ahead!
plans to visit Lai Vega, Nevada and Los VALUE TO $.98 .
"Charter a Coach for your Party!"..0. telephone:Elgin 4-7881

Angeles, *California,* * *.* NOW 47c EachMcCRORY'S :i.S t

The- Jerome Bead hose of Mr and HrII.T.V.Thosu JACKSONVILLE COACH COMPANY

vat the setting for an informal gathering re-- .
"Th Smartest Folks in Town Hide Jncbsonvitf. C.r" '
___ caOy honoring' Mr. and Mrs. Harry. Jones of BAY JULIA -
fJJ1'wlelphia, Pa*, who hare since returned to -

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, Pro sssive'Baptist State at Fits! Baptist.


;1 Convention Meet July 7823Ths T AnnouncesActivititi.s

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'a: Progressive Baptist State Sunday School a '

!. *od BIPU Convention will convene In. Its 46th:
BY ROSA LEE. COFFIE
annual session at the First Institutionaltist B ep-i J
.II Church ; F T Rev CBDaileypa3-
11 city, July 18-23. ; 1
tor* is asking all

t !eY.SMuel.Field8 is -;-BIPU-Methods, vii choirs, usher boards,

full staff of and congregation members
guide a ;W
the host tinder
pastor ,instructors : A E' t to accompany him
his leadership a nd.
f Classes will be held : : uch to Beualh aptiat
-T with the cooperation daily vith the teach- .rSs .: 1 9 t Church Friday night
of the sister churches
t -? to share in ,the anniversary
ing time per cOUrseof
the has arranged
to group comfortable 12 hours spread over -' C : t: services of
three days Certificates the church and its
entertain the vast *
will be awarded :i r I Z t. pastor, Rev. Willie
vill
which
delegation
for a iadnia Deaps Services get
r consist of represent- of eight hours attendance underway at 8 p.m.
atives from all areas'of F- .A rL4: t {Pi
the state First Baptist's annual -
The messengers will
Vacation Church
The welcome
program have the choice of' 12
School begins
will choirs { Monday
feature } 't
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and outstanding lead- a"ub covering all July 24 and ends Friday -
areas of the church. SUNDAY, JULY 30 IS THEIR ANNUAL WCMEN'S DAY The women of ?ft. Ararat Baptist Church have] August 4. The.

ers of the ccKunity Under the leadership organised their various coadttees for their annual Women's Day program scheduled for school's departments

Rev. F.. B. Holloman of the presidents Sunday+ July 30 with an all day series of planned events Mrs Lena O'Neal has been selected include: nursery,

of Avon Park vill convention has set ahigh as general chairman, and Mrs. Delia Balckahear as co-chairman. On Sunday. July 23,: kindergarten, primary

give the response to goal for Mission the women have slated a Calendar' Tea with Mrs Alice Conway as chairmanto be held in the junior and junior high

the presentation and Educationrepre- education building from 4 until *6 p... This event will launch a money raising project for classes Mrs Lucinda

Other outstandingministerslay senting its greatest 1fOme '. day Committee members shown front row from left areMesdames Juanita Brown.Helen Jackson it the

I people, effort McRoy, Della Hlackshear,*co-chairman Naomi Tatum, Evelena Dunn, Clara Wrentz, Emma L. school's dean and she

educators and civic Laura Stukes, and Ouida Gaskin. Back row from left: Mesdames Lena O'NealchairmanAlice Conway will be assisted by
Sfrctf
figures will appearon Hazel Lloyd, Pearl TinRons, Irene Williams and Marion Smith. other school instructors
the program (AVERY STUDIO PHOTO)

.PresbyterIanChurch .... *
throughout the week .- Activities' Slate

Choir and choral NotesBy irmanuef's Executive Sunday School begins
State Boards Recital
groups from nearby Slates at 9:20 amvith G.W.Scottsuperintendent.
cities vill furnish Anniversaries

the for the music sermons background and ,Rev.L.and N. PEARSON Mrs. F.:SR.D. Are Announced. 'MeeJ July 18 In Lake Wafts For July 24thThe and charge instructors Devotions priorto in,


addresses Soloists Wilson who have been Department of Emanuel The Progressive Baptist State Convention and the 11 a.m.morning

vill also be heard out of the city serving at Baptist Church have five of its auxiliaries vill hold their annual Junior'lomen's worship ,will be led

at special periods. as counselors planned annual anniversary meeting at First Baptist Institutional Church. Society of Second by the deacons of the
the Presbyterian Conference will
The theme for this p r 0 grass Baptist Church ch rch.Rev.C.B.Daileyv1ll ,
Center Lake Lake Wales. July 18. -- -
session is "Christian with the Male Chorus Rev. J.C.-Sam v11ipreside' sponsor their annual bring the message
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'Education Facing the Placid, Fla.,are back' scheduling event over the joint Abyssina'r1Revival recital Monday, July during the morning

Challenge of Change." home and are now assisting for July 24Deaconess session at 10 amMrs 24th at 8 p.m. in the service. Choir 3, the

The Rev. C.B. Daileyand with the Bible Board 2 slating its H.B. Miner, will direct ToContinue church main audi- Brotherhood Chorus

H. H. Robinson of school annual day for July the Senior Wo torium featuring Miss and Usher Board IvUl

Jacksonville, and the RevWilson will bring 28, and District 11 men's session; Mrs Allie Faye Roundtreeas serve throughout the

Rev. L. S. HcCree ofSt.Petersburgh the message the Sunday 11 observing Deacon Joe Agnes Dean vill p r e- soloist accompaniedby day.W.F.TilLoanpresidett.
will morning at Jefferson's seventh the J. C. Sams En
side with the. Junior
be the official panelists a.m. services. The anniversary on Aug.6. Women and Mrs Idella Annual Revival services semble. win preside during
Rev. C. B. Senior Choir will which began Monday evening the BTU at
Sunday's Events Williams will be in An enjoyable meeting
Dailey vill speak at support the services at Abyssinia Baptist music is 5:45 Rev.
District 2 meets at charge of the ushers of promisedand p.m. Dailey
9:45..m. on Wednesday with C.E. Sinraona Jr. 3 pm in the home of union Church with Rev. the public is extended will deliver the day's

Robinson vill at the organ. Mr and Mrs I.Dosier, Miss Evelyn Wright, W. F. Tanner of Miami a most cordialWe1comeHrs.Flora final message during

talk at 9:30 o'clock The message broughtby 275 Osceola St. District Marvin Gaines, Hra.H. in charge will con- Mae the 7 p* m. evening
Visitors from other Elder HM Barker tinue through Friday, service.
3 meets at 4i.m.in L. Alexander and the&ev.H.lihitehurat Burris, publicity
state groups are expected pastor of E p hesus } the residence vill July 21Rev. B.L.Vfyim chairman stated. The Hale Chorus meets

to attend and Seven Day Adventist of Deacon and Hrs. be in charge of the pastor, stated for weekly rehearsal

participate o n the Church' last Sunday George Smith, 1948 Young :People's D epartment. Rev.Badger vill serve West Union Monday at 8, o''clock
'i( program.Offidal guest will long be remembered District Weekly prayer meeting
Baldwin, St. 13 -Mrs. H. M* as evangelist duringthe
for this years session by the Laura Street meets with Deacon and Warren vill preside :'' week's servicesand Slate/ vill be held Tuesday

is the Rev.Ed- congregation.He really Mrs. W.H.Manning,2946 at the Youth meeting Rev. Tannernextweek GivenThe night beginning at 7

ward T. Graham o f opened the portals to Sandlin St. District and Samuel Davis will ,it was announced .' Trustee Board 'clock. Wednesday

Miami, who vill deli- bible study for all 16 meets at 3 P... be in charge of the The Toung Matrons 'and District 5 vill night's Bible study

ver the inspirationaladdress present. with Hr. and Mrs L. Brotherhood. Society meets Saturday meet following 3umd4yTa starting at 7 o'clock

o n Friday Sunday school a.m.with beginsat T.V. Cooper, 337 Nixon St. Members of each department at 5 p.m. Choirs morning worsHp.! win be conducted by i

morning. 9:30 District 17 meets at. are expectedto '1 and 2 will rehearseat Deaconess Board 2 and' ..the vas orL I

The two president s Huger, superintendent 3 pm* in the home of be present and de-1 6 p.m.. District 6' the Missionary Society GOODSON
G. W. Scott, of Jacksonville in charge, and closesat o
Mrs.Elisabeth Jackson will a Silver
erred business from sponsor will hold joint anniversary -
and Leon T. 10:30 o'clock. Cleaners
3248 Gilmore Street. the annual session Tea Sunday beginningat services at
The Senior Chcirvill
Freeman of Bartow vill
alternate the chair. hold its monthly meeting vill bo transacted 3: p.m. in the home 3 pim along with the PICK UP a DELIVERY
also Annual Fete Programs ,for the annual of Rev and MrsArthur Red Circle and Sun-
and
Rev. J.C. SIBS, gen- choir Gaines 2045 W. Sixth '
conventional' shine Band. Services WITH TWO LOCATIONS: TO
rehearsal at t h
eral vill e
president, sion will be formulated Street. will be supervised by
church Friday nightat Planned8yleulah -
preside during the this SERVE YOU.
8 o'clock. All during Rev. Remus Smithpastor -
President's Hour Saturday meeting Sidewalk Sarcasm
of
members asked to Friendship 4956 CLEVELAND ROAD
are BoardUsher
Excited Owner-I left mid
and hold the election my
be present. Prayer .get car here five minutes ago and Baptist, Pickett, and &
Rev Same service will be held will Mt.' Sinai BaptittChurch's it's gone. Rev. F.J.Jonespastor
Board 1 1056 POWHATTEN STREET
win give his official Policeman-Have you felt your
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. observe its 45th .anniversary pockets? of Bethel AXE
message on Friday.Highlighting Ev9nt ._ r Church. S S. PH. EL 4.0047.._ __
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teaching phase vill A kindly old soul asked the at 8 p.m., it was announced -

be the workshop. Rev seven children of an acquaintanceto this week. Annual Family Day

R* H. Wilson,' dean, luncheon.from three The yean youngster to fourteen.As ranged -. During Sunday's activities observance vill be .... ; now it's Pepsipti

Rev. J. L. Stephens, they streamed In,the old lady's District 1 held Sunday, July 23 I
assistant dean, Rev: names brain reeled failed and her.their Christian' will meet at 3 p# ..' throughout the day at for those who think younllt

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W.Don music: Pelham and Alexander dean of :rhe"And asked which a solemn one are bay you of, dear seven.Me ?". in and Mrs.Eugene the home of Murphy Rev. Mt.Church Sinai, it Baptist was announced ( # Today wire.n the go as never lief,,.,.We lead the full li t.

?" he said,.importar 1y. "1'. District 4 meets at 3 this week. ",J\.psi: : ,J; This Is the life for Pepsi-light, tracing, clean-tasting
.Heard, director, ,o f i, <<
.. the one with the ipectades.
p.m. with Deacon and The general publicis tffi U h UJlluiu. Pepsi-Cola. At stores, fountains, say "Pepsi, f lease7'PSPSiCOUl

Mrs.J.W.Anderson,1453Spearing invited to the alldad
COMMtftCIAk WCOOIN AOVtHTItlM HOMK St. Mstrict .
;
series
of
pro- ---- -
3 meets at 3 p. *. at grammed events.Pastor -. tf
the residence of Hrs.Freddie f' ;,: .. ..
Robinson will deliverthe ... -r rtJ. ;
M. I.arkin,1532 '" ; --. ..'..'. :'"''"';..
semonalnichurch > --
I ROYAL ART STUDIO East Third St.; otficerschairsusherbOards'and t .
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at the church at 1 :
win b e ':.. .
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FLA. Thomas Recife/ : r
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Women observance' i'.

: FAVETfEVILLE SIat.d Sunday vill be held Friday "'''P I.: ..' '".
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.. beginning at 6 p. m. !;:' '.; -
- SUBDIVISION at the home of ,Hrs.Hattie \ ; ,
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Gospel singer, Mrs.
Fore&an, 3824 ,
33RD AND SPIRES STREETS Essie Mae Tho... aad Fairfax St.The public i

the Son of Prayer is invited. .7 S

HOUSES Under Constructions singing groqp will .: .!. r It'

SMALL DOWN PAYMENT sSalesmen present a concert .. ;,
Sunday evenimg in XeirHope BHeVene 4 .
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On Duly Baptist Qrareb' ., :

12 NOON TIC. P. M. Marietta '
: The Will
program ,
SATURDAYS AM! SUNDAYS feature papal ...aaad To Study14Ca&

.t .. C C I1 spiritual. Othersiafiac I

MORRIS CONSTR.. CO. DM city haVe feetaivrlte outward appearance*., ,

PO *42t fA te t.aIIe,tart b-t the Lard leokstla .
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om the tr-.r-. the heart ; '. 1':,.. BOTTLING COMPANY OP JACKSONVILLB, ",. ,_ ,.
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( *t4r J 0y 15 1961: '''
THE FLORID STAR ,
t 0 ._ .J j Pag ElY1il :

! 'AITH...... I ;E. D. .Bollard: .. -ecWfitian r--1fj i,A iiUCiNAAcp.fj.... '. .7'.-, 1 :CLASSIFIED SECTI'OPN. I

-- IS THE ANSWER I I Mt Sunday -. ---
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Rites Saturday t5MI. fORSALE
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FORPtACEOFMINDj. '
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la ST. .
Agustin "
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I I. F.- lilt on bus I Modern Hoses.Colored

HAPPINESS IN THE HOME District 3 of' the line. EL 5-7176. Sub-division.1300 dn.

.. & HOW TO OVERCOME.. """ Orange State Beauticians .. T' SUN RSALTY-EL }7203.
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I OUR ENEMIES 7' ,.' Ass ociation .Help Wanted
S ; : '
will meet Sunday in .. T r tHus, Fir:.K.je
i ft TO BE SUCCESSFUL : St. Paul AJG Church, :, -YOUNG-
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SEE FATHER < J St. Augustine, Mrs. y vm Room 17 Dq.Hightor 'MEN-WOMEN
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1 HOLLOWAY Alberta Svendle;president -. Week. Rates $1.03 to You can earn extra

f. TODAY; : announced. t.: $2.50 per night.SJngle money in your spare i

1\'I It is expected thata or Double. JOHNHIES time taking ordersfor l
PH.ELGIN: 4-1502 FOR APPTS.
attendance
capacity "
.. :I ROOMING HOUSE. 710 w. magazine subscrip-
cXj ::ff: :
I i CALL AT will be on hand free -- t Ashley.. EL .4025.. tions. Work whenever
other districts, also ,'-, iS -
it is most convenientfor
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I ST. several new groups 4. APT FOR .BENT you as an independent
1 slated for installation "fI" ; .4 .
j-iJHIUUCII fJ- : s alesmanrepresentative
f ,she added. Jacksonville It : 2-Rooa Furnished Apt. for

1 The Learn Confident To Drive* is also expected 1474 Vest 6th Street. Whoppers H ag a sine.
7"
to have a large Phone ELgin 3-1614 America's f nniest
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Attend tar Classes Now t t. >)I k
Y
attendance on hand. .
Licensed Instructor E. D. BALT.IIRDFtmeral 0'. .. Negro humor and cartoon -
APT.FOR RENT

t Call .PO 8-2968. services for ;,.. -- ". 5 Roans.Apt.#]. (downstairs send us magasine.your name. Just and i

Edward D.BaUard will Rites SaturdayFor COHSRATULmONSt Mrs. Annie Pearl. Poole ).Nice & Clean. address on a postal

: be held Saturday at 2 Mrs. FrancisFin (third from left) of 1033 Albert St. receives Hot Water Heater and card.Then we will send

p...at Centra7.BaptistChurchH.av.R.I veil wishes from the group u:she is given a Center Heater Furn. yon :your starting
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: VJ'W_t _"1IIt{ ..Jones, check for $150 from, Him. A. H. Preasleychaix'msu Kitchen Cabinets.fila supplies.

.J 'P_ ,. pastor, officiating. ai of the Jacksonville Branch NAACPvs Freedom Bath.Sprayed for bugs SHEPARD PUBLISHES 00.
CE rites for )
A vellknown contractorHr.BaUarda Fund mittee. Mrs. Poole was the recent winner once per month. Phone 191 First St. P. 0.

4 PUNCHtlOWL ,; na- Nrs.Francis.Myrtle t of the sponsoring group's annual Trip t o PO 8-1760. Box 387EiglewDodHJ.PREMIER .

tive of HinnsboroS.C. t Miami contest. ,Others in group are Mrs. Hattie Ia

i : died last Sunday morn- 2840 Jup- Williams(left) and Mrs. Hattie Sowaersillejxth
iter St. .
.. ing following an ill- residents of the same address. .

(. I, ness in a local hos- whose i f u_ __ .(ROYAL_ART STUDIO. PHOTQl
(\ :" ; pital. He had been a passingo i v

\,J ;: resident here for over C canedTuesday Boston Re.citaf Sunday's Evenfc MEAT MARKETS
I 51 and July 11 following -
years during
a brief illness On .21 The Rev. C. D.DixDn
that time: had becomea July ,I
.NEW LOCATION IN OLD FARMER'S MARKET
... .
I .. successful business in' a local hospital, pastor of New Bethel

; es aystaf..cIeIr Ice punch leader and church will be held Saturdayat AHB Church, Goulds, FRYERS 230 I

lutd sew o Mfsc Ile.uttfuDt IMterdMt different.. ...-. t. worker. He was a member 3 p.m. in Grant Gospel singer, Miss Florida, will be the
F I.I nciptlani, trrtmutlm and alee v of Central Memorial AXE Church. Alice Bostonwill observe guests speaker at the
{ lnfWW Thy"' bUfe*>te withyour ... Baptist HAMS
fWMn\ fruit tt trw decantlonl Church. Mrs. Francis was en her first anniversary it a.nuworship service 39c
from In.
f 1IIrhIr. d 71.NYMfipa..b Y ampIeN.t Surviving are: Mrs. active member of Grant Fridaynight Sunday at Union

t{ rd Ice Md' pundi MT up bowl for.yea wil a OH aiw t.I Marion B. Ballard Memorial AXE\ Church July 21 with a recital Community AME Church, FLORIDA GRADE "A"
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*y. PO 4-4511 I Beaver and'
Eaveraon
and
widow,and other relartives. where she served with concert featuring

t' All Seasons t i Choir 3, and was also popular singing groups Streets,according to ,Eggs 2 DOZ. $1.00

.. ., a member of the Orchid at Midway Tabernacle Rev. H. Hollis Hooks,
ft*' &. Fuel I Co. ] Ladies Club. Baptist Church beginning pastor of the church.

;"-21611 .Norwood Art. _\ FOR RENt. ,She leaves to mourn: at 8:30 p. m, SPARE RIBS

(| &4511All '. Modern New APARTMENT one sister, Mrs. Wil- Hrs. Ethel Bannister Clinic SlatedAll .SpecialUBS.

'!' 1 1850 W. 30th. Apt4 helmina McIntosh ofJaclmom311ebrother will serve as mistress: parents who wish GROUND BEEF

All Phone ELgin 6-5388 of ceremonies and the I
i their children t
I i Edgar B r anion of Starlight, Cavaliers, learn the six steps o SAUSAGE .3 $ i

Chicago,HI; nephews, Junior Singers,McCall toward
analyzing words
4lfr George McIntosh o f Singers,Mrs. Caretha WIENERS
in order that
Jacksonville,John McIntosh Byrd; The Jessjle Polk they I
maybe able to spell .
of Pompano Family, Mrs AmandaCollinaC.G.Cta
and read more fluently PORK LIVER

Myrtle AY* ond Adams Phone EL 4146$ Beachand of RahwayNJ Charles McIntosh Bennie Thomas, ,Moses Mrs. may register them '


MEDIUM MULLET .. . .-.-.-. Lb. 20c niecesRrs.Nora Jordan Davis, Made/iJnbilee, Branch at the YWCA 582 W.A.L.Eighth Lewis BACON ENDS s LBS.

' -! LARGE MULLET .. .. .. .. .Lb. 29c of West Palm Beach, Brother SamuelHineoi's Street from 9:00 A.M.
SALT MULLET .. .. .'. .Lb. 2c" Mrs. Ethel Baggs of Singing Wonders, Mid- to 3:00, P.M. BOLOGNAFROMTHENEGROPERSONNEL I .

BLACK SEA BASS . .. .'. Lb. 3c Jacksonville, Miss way's Choirs 1 and 2, .. '. .

Fancy Frozen MULLET ROE ... .1 ':"'1r9c Gloria McIntosh arviHrs.Preatel Sister Rosetta Cohen, '! l
f McIntosh, and many others will ; ;

Genuine RedSNAPPER both of Rahway and appear on the program. OF DAYLIGHT GROCERY CO.AN
} MANGROVE 55C Mrs. Bennie McIntosh Mrs.Julia Mae Wrightand .

SNAPPER ,&. ISf"Pompano Beach.aunt the Misses Gefora OPEN LETTER TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

Octnvttw Mrs Hannah L. BrandonPhiladelphia Harrell, Gwendolyn F.

Lb. 49C SPOTS J5c .. pf and Rivers, Louise Polk, We, the undersigned employees of Daylight Grocery Company, wish to answer the many .

YILLOWTAILSNAPPER .Mrs...-",Vivian James of Constance Wilkerson, recent false charges against our company.It I j

Spanish Jacksonville, cousin; and Vonceal Jordan, was said that Negroes are not permitted "active participation or employment in the ad- i
MACKEREL ,35c Also many other relatives will serve as hostesses. ministrative operations of the stores". This statement was made by people that knew full
1 and friends. well that Negroes have advanced in our company through many positions all the way to ,.
f lb Market Managers. As Market Managers, Negroes are given entire responsibility of per-
sonnel, administration of the market, buying and selling. Furthermore, one Negro Market ,.
Manager is employed by our company in a store that Is in a white location. We are
Large BOAT Watch For Opening certain that no other food chain store in the City of Jacksonville offers Negroes such "i
FLOUNDER ,t.49c WHITINGGENUINE opportunities for advancement. i

Medium Lb 29c of Our Company was criticized for failure to have a training program for Negroes. There 1
FLOUNDER J9c was no mention of the fact that our company is not large enough to afford a training
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I program for Negroes or for white employees. There
BEACH l Sundries was no mention of the fact that
CATFISH ,49c WHITINGStrand Imperial appoximately 75% of the employees of Daylight Grocery Company are Negroes. ,
It has been suggested that Daylight should not have separate rest rooms for white and. I

Fully Dressed 3Sc CONER, BROAD & ASHLEY -- J-' colored people. At the present time, Florida State Law requires our company to have
Speckled. Lb. -"!.: both white and colored rest rooms. Until the law is changed, our company has no al- .'
TROUT ,,55c WEEK-END OR FIRST OF WEEK temative other than to comply with the law. .

We, the employees of Daylight Grocery Company, sincerely believe that our company I
.. STARTS SUNDAY COMPLETLY MODERNIZED treats us fairly and that we are judged by our ability and not by our race. It is our
I FORT BIG DAYS! opinion that we are well treated and we greatly appreciate our treatment.by our com .
.' COMPLETE LINE PATENT MEDICINESCOSMETICSHAIR pany. We wish to go on record as bitterly protesting the interference by outsiders in
LAMA our behalf. We do not want, nor need, nor seek the aid of any person or persons out-
TAt t TURNER side our own company.
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"L '" ; AimCOLOR EFREM PHONE EL 42158Singieton's Company Respectfully: submitted and signed by the following Negro personnel of Daylight Grocery

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t1t. \ I Sylvester White Claude Sharpe Ruby Lee Taylor
i ( ,\ JASOfd Superior Bar-BQ; Henrietta Nathaniel Wingate Lewis Pearly Daisy Moore Taylor James Sandra A.D.Worth Bell

Verga Young Moses Daniels
::.d Robert Francis
; ? -: Lillie Mae Johnson Barbara A. Redd
: -- PIG-ON-A-BUN, James E. Harris
Jesse L. Cherry Eleanor M. Tribune Johnny Mae Gates
t T., Davis
George Clarence Young Leroy YeartisT.
And Sammie L. Witherspoon Dannett Whipple Anderson
PLUS 2ND BID HORROR HIT Debris Wilson Mittie C. Simon Julius Rowell ,
Clarence Stamper > Torrence David Vernellen Hart Wilson
e1 BEEFONABUNOniy Ross J. Lones
rI d Russell E. Collins Rosa Lee Lawrence
Doretha Higdon Mary Alice Hargrove Robert Dallas Carson
I SERPENT Walter Wards Deloris Blake Charles S. Small
Barbara Davis
Sarah HowardN.
Alphonso Stephens
GIRL 35cegisfer Marry Little Byrd Brooks Sr. Orion Johnson
TERRORIZES Gloria Benefield Oneil Stripling Thelma
TOWN! e Sharon Phillips
Glover James Parker Roland Wilson
Cleo Benjamin Bernice Stroy Mildred Perry .
ROOSEVELT SUNDAY THRU TUESDAY Now Charles Smith, Jr. Janis Harris Edward Leroy Griffin
).IIC fEATUU PICTURES Mrs. Cora L. Bradley Clarence D. Peeples Norris E. Hlggin
i Mrs Marjorie Parks s Jerome Wheeler Clarence L. Yates .
t I BEHOLD! t. THy'n Delicious You Can Win_ Mrs.Mrs. Geraldine Ross J. Broadnax V. Hilton-c,' Hubert Lawrence Cummings Simpkins George Lonnie Griffin Butler

All MEAT- NO BONES Enoch Brooks Lillian V. ,WilsonJ. Chares Brown
A Whol Ply Jesse Sharpe '
f The mfttfest nun Amie Sloan Greene Annie Doris King
Willis Jordan
Eleanor W. Hobbs
'- "TOT ifnru LttiAJlIt I: WINNERS NAMED Ellis. L. SimonJ. HillDoristein -_ Joseph Willis Kirkland Kirkland Shirley Eddie Duncan Jones .

AND TIS IHCREDABLE PETRIFIED WORlD" Winners of pigs the* last 3 weeks were: Smith Jesse Hollis Sandy Todd
Jacqulyn Louise McMillan Henry Pate, Sr. Lonnie Will -
PLUS VBTSRjl PTOLLKR GOB WEST" Hr. J.V. NilliaBS 1840 Francis St. Raymond Parrish Luther Bryant. Jr. Mitchell HeggsAnson Sr.

SK'YVIE\V SUNDAY yiTI. THRU TUESDAY Mr. John Levy 1315 Vest 12th St. Harold Hannah Jackson B. Bryant Viretta M. Robinson Willie L. Collins, Sr.
Mr. Robert Reod( Eastside Rossie Wells Marion E. Willis, Sr.
W1h $750 Cash Mon Mitel Louis Ross Johnnie L. McQuen Marion Jackson
4 H. L. Nash Claudine Thomas Sara L. James

-TllEAJAwr AT 3 Start*... 'y,.....0........ John Herman L. Frazier Brown Earl Fred Granger Johnson Bertis Robert Lee Huston !

-ij' SfflQlTTOftS SUfEHOR sup-s-c STORES: : James Reliford Jacqueline T. Singleterry Arthur T. Sanders
Itt eat taaseMNHE Blrthel Eagle Hosea L. Small Samuel A. Caswell, Jr.
.tllRtK.liliMEles 33rrf&Moiicriel 717WAsMeyAmki Frank E. Wright. Jr. Russell Lee Hart Homer Lee Curry
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ISPORTIHG n DPI I 9 ( #: Integration Given By Volutia Plan

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-- S BY C PARHAM JOHNSON, (
L DELANDContendingthat
Volusia County

i c M isnt operating a segregated -
?
THE PRO FOOTBALL TRAINING SEASON is here agairit school system?

and the many collegiate stars who played for r s .school board attorney
the love of the game will be out there battling John Goodbee Jr. saida

{ for a chance to stay and play for pay.With. the '.,______ suit seeking full
signing of pro football contracts it will be { I -z .,: : ,
f the
the end of segregated football ,for many who ... II integration o
i ; .. : 1 schools has
did not have the opportunity to play on teams, LT.: county's
:
__ been mailed federal
with or against colored players. There is one iJ
district court i
,to the credit of most ath- n
thing everlasting
:
.: t, .4J tW Y Jacksonville, it has
letes, that is, they don't care. who their teammates z. st 'i-i been announced.
are as long as they play with members of
the team. Stating that,. "The
board contends it has
IT WAS GRATIFYING to read in the Pittsburgh yd J -
sent letters to
Courier a few days ago about the great short everyNegro

stops of the past years and to see the name of parent in the

one of the most beloved baseball players of ; -:- (1Slr county telling them
all time. He is Dick Lundy who lives just a I, e : :L- i Y O ii their children have aright i

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to
and
; '::';a' !: t.-; A.: ;' :;"'" ___ apply
short distance from the Florida Star newspaper ,
office. Illness has slowed the steps of Lundy NASITRA CLUB MAKES FW 'l'ATION-Members? of the NASITRA Club, composed of employees of even be admitted to

but when one talks about baseball his eyes Jacksonville's Naval Air Station recently presented Stanton Vocational School with a any school, providing

brighten up and his mind becomes awakened to library-type: Webster Unabridged Dictionary and stand. Members of the club represent every they can meet the
the good old days. type "trade and craft employed at the station. Club members and officers standing from criteria set forth ii

DICK LUNDY, .WHO' IS CLASSED among the greatest left areFrank Morgan, aircraft mechanic general,secretary; R. Bell, aircraft electrical the Florida pupil assignment -

shortstops of all time, is a great guy to talk installer, treasurer; C. Norton, aircraft mechanic general, vice presidentW.Jones,aircraft law,"Goodbee

to. He speaks about such great stars of the metalsmith, presidentpH. King, aircraft electrical installer,parliamentarian; J.H. said the reply con-

past as Bullet Rogan, Ray Dandridge, Willie Steeley, radio and electronic technician; E. P. King, aircraft insignia painter; Manton tends Volusia isn't

Wells, John Henry Lloyd Chet 'Brewer, Dizzy Maple, aircraft mechanic general T. Bryier, electrical installer; Hutchie James, radio operating segregated

Dismukes, Oscar Charleston, Buck Leonard and technician; Johnny Way aircraft mechanic; J.* Jenkins, aircraft insignia painter. Other school system.U. .

the fellows who made their names stand out as members are Bob Gardener, aircraft metalsmith and Freddie Walker, aircraft mechanic. S. District Judge
(AVERY STUDIO PHOTO) Bryan Simpson la s t
ball players. But in all of his greatness, hewas
too broad in his opinions of other playersto June gave the Volusia

be see narrow only himself.' in his views, and too open mindedto EWe Schedule J. Goodson i; Savanna Ends I Tampa NAACPTo board answer until amended July charges 4 to


ONE ,OF THE MOST DESIRED AMBITIONS of Lundywas July Events Has Veterans Lunch Counter Sponsor that the county was

to help young local baseball players make Urban WorkshopA operating acompuborysegregated
the grade. Someone asked Dick what did he think One of the greatest InformationFormer school sy-
events of the year SegregationSAVANNAH workshop aimed at stem.
was the greatest cause for more local boys not i '
will be held the explaining the entire instituted
on The suit was -
making the majors or the minors. He said there
Edward Waters Collegecampusbeginning servicemen program of Urban Renewal by 19 adults
were several reasonsand listed a few as being GA.--After
the greatest hinderances-l). knowing too much Mon- .were discharged from fifteen months of boy- and letting minority and 39 children, the

((2) not willing to be told; ((3) discipline;((4) day, July 17-21 when the armed services cotting launched b y group citizens majority of whom were
the Tri-State Insti- without benefit of an know of their rights from the Daytona Beach
hot headedness ((5)inability) to take advice,and Negroes against downtown -
tute will convene.'Ihis honorable discharge under the Federal section. '
above all, too important to be taught. businesses, Negro
meeting will bring to now take actionto Housing program was
WITH THE MANY SEMI-PRO TEAMS playing in and may and white leaders announced -
around Jacksonville and the fairly good looking the campus scores of secure same,J.H. the .end o f held b y the Tampa Miss. Afa.
out-of-city celebri- Goodson director of Branch, NAACP, Thurs-
prospects, it does appear that more of the segregated variety Picketed
ties which includesome Veterans Affairs for day night July 6 at Govf
local. talent could have their names inked to store lunch counters.In .
of the top edu- the Jax Branch of the the Greater Bethel'Baptist -
some type contract. With such a small per- announcing t hat
cators of the country.The NAACP announced this Church, corner
of in baseball it SAN FRANCISCOPickets
centage players organized Negroes will 1 i f t -
Institute this Pierce Street and
causes one to wonder if there isnft somethingto week. their boycott Mayor here and in Hono-
year presenta a dif- Mr. Goodson stated Short Emory. The time
what Lundy says. No organized team is going Malcolm MacLean i n lulu in sympathy with
to pay a fellow to play and let him do as 1 ferent approach to that legislation has calling it a fair and of the meeting was the Freedom Riders
of the trends set for 8 o'clock.Representatives .
been whichwill
he pleases. If fellow wants to he must many passed
a play, ; reasonable approach to cited Govs. Ross Bar-
follow the same rules and regulations that J employed in previous enable possessors of the problem, congratu- from nett of Mississippiand
years. At least 2500 other than honorable the Federal Housing ,
other players obey. : lated the bi-rac i al John Patterson of
DID YOU EVER SEE HOW some fellows act on some ministers, missionary discharges from serv- groups who amicably Authority and other Alabama for their

local teams? They feel that they are the stars. workers,and delegatesare ices to be reinstatedwith solved the problem.It groups will give detail handling of the Free-
to be in information
If they don't play!, they seem to think there expected full honors. on dom Rider situation.
: also learned
attendance.If Former servicemen was housing. report from

won't be a game. They get stubborn and won't you have not already wishing to contact that there has been no the NAACP will also When the stopped two off governors en-

show up in time for the game or walk off the 'sent in the name Goodson mother problems agreements reached o n be made on The Tampa route to Honolulu's

field in fits of anger. They 'get careless and of your chorus to sing such as securinglost demands by Negroes for Community and its future governor's conference

,unconcerned on the field or at the bat hoping with the 500Voice discharge papersor more liberal employmen under Urban Re- pickets carried sucn,

to make somebody go up and pet them, or to beg ; Chorus of the Tri-In- other information practices 'b y local newal. signs as, "WelcomeGov.Patterson.You

them to get in thereand play.They get hot and stitute Meeting,please relative to veterans leaders. All persons who are are
all fired if another player makes hospitals contact called o n to find
an
up erroras do so promptly. may Praised free to use our Rest
if he is immune to errors. Church-wide instruc- him by calling Sit-Ins housing because of any Rooms..." "Our Rest

BASEBALL IS CALLED THE GREAT AMERICAN sport tors will implicateeach PO 4-9214 Mondays By Editor McGill governmental project Rooms are unmarked for
because it is a game just about everybody likes teaching staff through Saturdays from should attend this Your Inconvenience."

to see and play. The smallest tots are in the and it is anticipatedthat 9 a.m.until 6 p.m. or meeting.

yard or the road or anywhere playing the game. the resource material ty dialing EL 4-0047 NEW YORK-Here to receive
Those who are not playing are watching it.Whensome used in each after 6 p.m. daily. a 'better race You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get

fellow destroys the beauty of the game department will b e relations" award from

with his stubbornness he has no right to play meaningful and enjoyable Negroes Stage local 6 of the Hotel LOW PRICESOn

X9n anybody's team. m, Persons attend- andClub Employees

Jacksonville Needs A Negro ing the Institute are July Fourth UhionEditorpublisher Your
reminded to note the K Ralph McGill of

Newspaper. Read the "Florida Star"Every isters following of dates.all denomi-Min- Swim;'ns in Atlanta demonstrators praised sit-and DRUG STORE NEEDS

Week. Patronize "Star" nations are invited. Negroes swam without "Freedom Riders.
,
Monday, July 17Tri, incident at Miami'sand McGill, a Pulitzer Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store

Advertisers InstituteEdward Prize winner, hailed
'Lauderdale
Fort
We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn
Waters College. 'beaches July 4th, it these activities for

MondayJuly 24''YouthRetreatKittrell: was reported.At : dramatizing moral Your Local Papers

Col- the Miami bathing I issue awakening the

lege, Raleigh, N. C., area, three Negroes conscience and revealing WOOD'S DIXIE PHARMACY
;- sponsored by YPDMrs. swam at beach adjacent the folly, of

Alma Polk,Connectional to me reserved those who, i n our 1302 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVFNUE
Director. tfrs. Marie f.or'Negroes. times are trying to PHONES EL 3-5597.98

Grimmage, Director of Dr.Von Mizell,secretary keep the past on the W. Deliver W. Alto Fill All Doctors' Prescriptions

Transportation for the of the Broward throne." PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE

"".. ..".. 11th Episcopal Dis- ,.NAACP led two girls BILLS AT OUR STORE:
,'. ;: trict round trip with and five boys to a Alanta Hires -

room and board :imlud- crowded public beachin j

ed 35.00 from Jack- Fort Lauderdale Meter ReaderATLANTA

sonville, via bus. while a motorcycle
Persons desiring to patrolman and a patrol I.
I I were parked Ga.-Charles
reside wagon i
on c am pus
Ralph Benton, one of
should send in requests nearby.
Mizell told inter- the three Negroes who

early. viewers that the swim- I qualified recent3ybe-

in was not sponsoredby came the first mem-

Fifth Negro either_ the NAACP ', ber of his race to be

or CORE, (Congress of I hired a s a mete r
Eligible For Racial Equality: : ). reader by Atlanta's- MAKESI21'SKIN BLEACHES

Air AcaclemyTUSKIDEEAla.The Water Benton Board., a 25yearold OLD FASHIONED

** .ter
4 former Clark Col-

lege football star, SklntOha 4
as
IENKMGIIT fifth Negro cadet NEW YORK There appointment vas announced t _.
Z are
eligible to enter the byPaul Weir, r
f Invites You To Listen :To"KWGHT.TRAW"' Air Force Academy 228 institutions for general manager o f lightens dark spots
higher education in
Colorado Springs Col. the Water Works. ". perfect powder
,
: ;: is Bentley Plu er, a men the United only and States 252 for for Opening of the examinations base SkmMsnusduren Cana.-
ranking honor student followed a
i'-f:.: Starting At 7:00 P. M. Nightly and athlete who acent- women only.Hie coeducational long fight initiated

ly graduated ,f r o u? C o l'l ages by the Citizen''Com
14400 WRHC .1400 and universities. nuafcer -
Tuskegee School. mittee on -
High Eaployment.
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Saturday 1961-; '
July 15, THE FLORIDA STAB
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Eye Cook ButARM Stan M* t: 12' Negro Major Leaguers Are Eligible. For '&1. Bookie Team I

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LOS ANGELESBenefiting from the experiences -- ', Ga. Stars 'Gaither: Served 1- Lady Jets Receive J Balloting Retricted To Youth


of the old- '' facts Phillies With Panelists }"+M':. '.,,.,_... ._ ..,n _.. Paid

timers, manyot whom Higest Between Ages Six To SixteenThe

were broke after their Here SundayThe EAST STROUDSBURGPA.--

playing days were Coach Jake Gaither of Bonus PlayerThe names of 77 first-year major league players -

over the new of Florida A&M University (, for the 1961 TORS All-Star Rookie
crop eligible
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athletes in most delivered four lecturesand t "" "Jif announced recently by Sy Berger ,
k pro St. Marys1 Blue 5 'ix have assigned their Team were :
cases are securing, ; appeared en a panel director of Chewing Gum,Inc.sponsor -
Stars of Saint Marys; r ; ; b sports Topps
highest price onue
their futures investing here at the l'9th annual : .
by : of the annual rookie competition.The
will
Georgia cross player' to the ufecteon-
now for thatrainy' bats with the strong Scholastic Eastern P e nnsylvania Coaches f t : ville "Jets", Wolf, a Kansas City A's ._ _ _

day.Ollie Westside Phillies of ; j relief specialistbatsand .led both leagues in, magazines. I
Football Basketball
and
Matson recently Jacksonville at the contributing to the The names of the
throws Right, i s
purchased the Sea-' old Pickett school East Clinic recently a t 6'1", weighs 185. Wolf list to eligibl, players chosen as thenation's
food Grotto and has at Stroudsburg State with nine players.Lowclub top rookies
grounds Sunday 3 College. has been pitching in
made it into a was the World will be announced in
p.m. relief with the Houston:
flourishing food and Coach Gaither, fresh 1tt championship Pittsburgh the fall. After the
James
Captain Hughesis from his own clinic in Club of the American
drink businessJWbodley .. Pirates which World Seriesthe all-
planning to send a Florida '411, Association.
Lewis, in partnershipwith spoke o n has will be the
most powerful team on Bobby Mattick, prominent no qualifying stars
"Scoring Power of the
former Oren and the field against the Fabulous* Florida A&M Houston scout, first-year players. guests of honor at a
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Ram teammate Dick. the Twelve Negro playersare luncheon held in New
strong Blue Stars.The Split Line T "Build- states Wolf has
Daugherty, is openinga Blue Stars have met ing Confidence, in : greatest sinking fast listed among the York, where they will

big bowling alley and defeated some of Offense Your.the ball he has ever seen. 77.Among receive trophies and
which welcones patronage Meeting the more other awards.
the best teams i n i Jumping Defenses and r a Wolf and pitching ace prominent
,
from all
: races. v Georgia and when they Mental Conditioning from St. Paul, Minnesota eligible rookiesare

meet the Phillies they in Football." joined the kfettf1 outfielders Willie

Mel Tripp/eff/ will. be determined to i The panel was held 4'r on the road at Columbia Davis Carl of the Yastrzemskiof Dodgersand
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add, another victim to i with Coaches J -. S. C. IEarlene
e r ry-
the Red Sox and
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Is Traded their list.General .Manager. Burns of Iowa, Wayne SADIE DIXON, Chester, Brown pitchers Frank Funk
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HardinNavyBob Black- Pa. All-Events Champion
and
George Horn of the of the Indians
ST. PAULlfum.Mel Phillies his man, Dartmouth; Phil of Pennsylvania, Plans To Retire Howie Nunn of the

Tripplett, v 'e t er a n players will says be ready Marion, Ridley'H ig h has been named as the Reds.The four men are Go F lt o e"

fullback offensive and barring injuries SchoolFrank Kavanagh, first Negro woman to GARY,Ind.-The desireto the choice of "The
Cornell; and Jack represent the Brunswick seriously under-
News" the
end Bok Schnelkerandcenter they will go into the Sporting as HARD TO SCARE
Gardner of Utah take a new career as
Bob Schmidt of game at full strength.His appeared Advisory Staff majors' top 1961 Fishe men who worry about
the New York Giants will be on the panel with of Champions. Wilbur beautician and to also rookies. "scaring" the fish with the
pitchers Coach Gaither. to devote greater disturbance of their outboard
Sims of is
Chicago
were recently tradedto ready and the entire Voting for the fresh- motor could well take a page
to her
the Minnesota Vik- team will be in tops the only other Negro I care schoolboyson man squad is restricted -
influence
ings for defensive staffer of the Bruns- may national to and girls
boys
condition he stated.
chain.pion
Sugar Ray shotput -
back Dave Whitesell, wick group.. between six and six-
Earlene Brown to
linebacker Zeke Smith teen. With two new
Althea Gibson To Fight On. give up athletic com-
and two 1962'draft major league teams in
Prarie View'sAthletes petition.Mrs. 1 __ rry
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choices. and Washington
Los
Angeles -
Plans SwitchTo ,, Brown, who wona
and thereforemore
Cited third place and a ,

bronze star during the rookie players
Bottlers' Quartet Golf Game PRARIETex.Playersand 1960 Olympic games in eligible this year,

coaches who aided Rome is Berger a n t i cipates
ak reportedfinding
Est In NationTALLAHASSEEFlorida CLEVELAND- -- Former .Prarie View A&M in it increasingly that the vote count

Wimbleton national bringing home' cham- will
difficult i n edented- from the book of a fishermanin
tennis champion Althea pionship honors in carrying on the dual pre c southwest Iowa whose favor-

Gibson, who has been three major sports .roles. More than :35 million ite lake was a mass of weeds.
Fish, sure
', lots of them, but
Afil's: 440yard dash touring the country during the 196061 ballots are being so many weeds that pretty near

relay team posted the with some of the na- = season were honored distributed to youngsters everybody else stayed away

best relay time for tion's leading golf during the, college's Trailing Floyd in all the 50.. from Not the this little weedy gem.

all teams in the nation pros, has announced annual, AllSports _. J. __...............,,,.,, states and Puerto out to the boy.lake He,would launch trailer his

with a mark of that she has decided RAY ROBINSON banquet recently. Rico, through youth outboard.boat and crank Then up he his would Mercury whiz

400, according to official turning to competitivegolf. .In Again, Out Again. Players who starredon ... organizationsrLnpack-I around in tight circles until
NCAA and NAIA the'churning propeller had
the Southwest Con- { ages of Topps base-
cleared a sizable spot, anchor
reports.The However, Althea says FORMER MULTI- 1MB S ference's championship .4 f i ball trading c ar ds and light his pipe and in 15
team of Alfred that she's waiting world's welter and basketball, football, and in several sports minutes (time for the debristo
'. ,," settle.) start catching fish.TRAIN .
Austin; Robert Parra- until her gamete good middleweight champ and tennis teams were 'i -Tt 4 -.--

more, Robert Harris enough before turningto Sugar Ray Robinson now awarded special tro- f'(. .' :tA.f. .f i

and Robert Hayes of major competition. aged 40 ( 7)), stated i phies and ,commenda- w ..fi' />: J Jft

Jacksonville, o u t- Recently, the former recently that his "ego" tions. PV's Pantherswon :

distanced all competition world's amateur tennis won't allow him t o the basketballand .r ..v.' t''a :'

during the annual queen toured for quit the fight game. tennis titles and jRr_ ft 4' crs rt

Tuskegee Relays last several days with Ray plans on challenging tied for first in

month. leading golfers Louise the winner of the football. r: a
The Rattler thinciads ... a
Suggs Marilyn Smith Paul l. f Y.
Terry Watch This Clown
outshone whp'
performance Marlene Bauer Ttegge, Downes scrap which took
such top collegiatecomp'etotors and others. 44-56-20 ..
place in London last .
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as 8 an' 553-21-74 ... 't ,.
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l Crown Tuesday.
Jose State, Abilene Royal _e.---......,--.

Christian College, Bottling Company ? 3 HAROLD JOHNSON
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Southern Cal, and Negro Major \ 5 PHILLY Harold John- .
1235 SAN MARCO BLVD.FL A y J1j
Louisiana State U. 6' 7 son, holder of NBA's

9-4488 Chicago Cubs version of the world's,
9-67-43 P
1 .. Ernie Banks, 88 ,light heavyweight toe:
121-17-100 ing crown who eked
\ Billy Williams of
: ,.. YOU ARE ILL ,
WHEN Sometimes he's
of". close decision
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Altman of
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": '.'. .j You Seek The Best Doctor Sometimes he's down YOURSELFFor
ri, -: When Your Doctor Prescribes Andre Rogers, lb He odds, subtractsHe recently over ranking

\;:; ': Get Experienced Pharmacist Sam Drake, ifPhiladelphia works it all around. heavyweight Eddie
: '-:' ?-r To Fill Your Prescriptions Machen meets Machenin A Paying Profession

&. : .....' ,/.. According To Your Doctor's Phillies Man' bays a re-match within

\ '{' Orden. We Use Only T
.. .,. The Best Quality Drugs. 14. I Pancho Herrera, lb supremely con-
Dr. C. E. BlackProprietor "Man's Days are Num- \
Clarence Coleman, c fident of winning a-

Ruben Amaro,. if bered"Can Health Be And Yours Fortune gain, says he is now Woman Ar* Excelling 1.IlarlJerlal In- .

3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU. 'Tony Gonzales, of When You Know your ready to face Patter- .
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Lucky Days, Lucky ,
IDIY'S DRUG STOREt Colors Etc. AT
One Minute.Sports Quit SPRAY JOB
Send $2.00 for
1907 Kings Read ELgin 3- 276 your Will a skunk really be unableto
Horoscope Guide For the woodsman who FLORIDA BARIER COLLEGE
A COMPLETE LINE OF: 1. When is the Indianapolis 500 spray
k Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries 2. Who July picks him up by the tail and
'I won the. Colonial Golf
the skunk's hind feet off
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED Tourney? Fill in the blank below the keeps ground? Or can he? 430 D.vb .t Iccvtr St.

3. Who is Jim Perry and mail to ZODIAC .
n \ 4. Who is Cassius day? -'-
Poat Office Box 561
5. Who is Joe Mcdain?
The Answers: Jacksonville 1, Fla
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2. Doug Sanders. -. ... #
3. Ace Cleveland pitcher. Street

4. Promising young heavyweight. ,j .i.
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