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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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Jacksonville Fla
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July 22, 1961
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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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 22, 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:
UF00028362:00418

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Preceded by:
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t I Topic Answer.d.JFK Remains Mystery
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in .Crash Which- Killed Jaxon GIVES VIEWPOINT Tradgedy struck a-

gain in Jacksonvillelast

__sAWAIT EXCESSIVE" SPEED REPORTED WASHINGTON-In recent Sunday when a
f weeksU.S. Atty. Gen. man identified Benny -

A popular Jacksonville man-about-town was Robert F. Kennedy Combs, 42, of 1303
i killed and two others injured in an auto wreck seemingly was the only Tyler Street, was
last Sunday: :when the 61 Cadillac he borrowed cabinet officer found lying in the

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into a .bridge abutment. the current Freedom 1416 Kings Road. Police

COURT DECISION Rev. A. J. Reddick, Tallahassee, (left; Guynn said the aCci- Riders controversy, reported had
Father Theodore R. Gibson of Miami,and Father David Brooks' of Talla dent'occurred a few that was, until last been shot.

hassee ponder next move while U. S. District Court calls together. a feet outside c i-t y Wednesday when the .. ..all

three-judge court to determine a point of constitutional law ,in t-h e .. limits on a bridge! chief. executivehim-
s Tallahassee municipal airport restaurant. integration suit. .. abutment over Moncrief self met the topic
(See Story This ) :
Page .. .
p. Springs on KoncriefBd head-on, during his

.. > (Photo Ely Stephen-L'Beasley-- ) 1..rl..L.' : 'i. .. I ., at about- U15imui: press conference.

Duval Commission Promises 'Airport Case' ... .,- :J .Sunday- night.The When questioned r-
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.'.:..... .' ; told officers Freedom Riders' move- '
Probe Of 2 Water Companies' To Be, Testednietrict ,...'... .
: '."... ;:);.' that the car was ex- ment constituted ''?
HEARIr TUJSDArftr A. 'M. ,. ." .' .. ...-, -' .,- -- ceedi ng 70-mile sanatii .. act o -f legality-or -v' 1
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n JUDG -- ; :: \ ',.\ : sat..L6e; .. tPn- or. tlf rWis 'P e's"'d-ent.:: 1- : ,
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,,1 Following Monday afternoon hearing during I.......... ... ....;.f.. '.". I. the crash. Kennedy unhesitantlystated
which time an overflow 'representation of residents Judge: -- sio:d '.',f.,. .;, Reports further state that regardlessof -- -- j.

from the Magnolia. Gardens and Ribault Carswell stated Tuesday c. ..,' I that ,Johnson was one's personal BENNY COMBS

Heights stormingly protested high .water' bill that a questionmust 'PHIL: JOHNSON :' R.- thrown from the ve- feelings, he. believed ...Assasin Unknown

and low water pressure being serviced by two be disposed of. ..Diea In_Crash, hicje after it struck that'.the demonstrators Benny Haynesof 2216
private water companies, .the Duval County Commission before an NAACP suit Dead is,'Phil JohnsonJr. the.:bridge; abutment.He had just as much right Danson Street stated.

promised .complaintants a thorough probe to integrate the ., 27, of 1688 N. was reported dead for full protectionunder that he saw the man
into the matter 'during the _next hearing slated Tallahassee airport turtle Avenue. Hospitalized i from head injuries 'the law as all lying in the street
Tor Tuesday, July 25 at 10 a.m.in.the conmiss -. restaurant is aired. but later ,following arrival at 'other traveling citi- and almost ran over

on meeting room. ,r The question raised released after treat-. Duval Medical Center. him with his cab. Police
Defendants to the; Sen. Holland by an attorney fbrthe ment for cuts an d Mr. Johnson' was born 2 zens.Freedom were called to

complaints are the city was injected into bruises were Miss Al- in Jacksonville and .r the scene. When they

Magnolia Homes and Turns Down'NAACP the suit. as a basis zada Dixon of 918J "'W. had lived here all of An.Sentenced arrivedthe.y.said the
Ribault Sewer aid WaterWorks
Regvesfs.WASHINGTONHeating. for its dismissal. A Beaver Street, and his' 'l re. He is sur- man was still breath-
Inc.Through their. 1957 law, namely, the. Hiss Julia Roberts, vived by'"hi a father, ing.
legal
Atty.L.J. Florida public lodging 23: of 735 W. Duval"Street ?- Phil Johnson 5.r.;Mrs. The investigating: officers -
representative, and food service Christine Johnsonwidox
companions to called for an
Shaw and spokesman t resi-; here with 18 members law, according to the the deceased. ; Phylis Ann John I ambulance, 'which took
Frank Hampton, of the Florida NAACP, defense att 0 mey,does' Owner of the death son, daughter; Gene the wounded man to
dents filed a suggestion July 14Sen. Spessard not require leasee car i s Mrs., lelia Johnson,. son; Mrs. Duval Medical Center.He .

with water the commission fran-- Holland ,flatly told :to serve a Negro or Graypopuler- "and.. colorful -! Mercedes Johnson,stepmother a was dead on arrival
that the group lie would beunable Negroes and the state school:,tes.cher. ; Mrs. Dorothy they said. The report

companies to meet. any law* gives an owner Witley, Patricia Ann,. I t stated that Combs was
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of their requests. sole discretion who and Faye Alexia John. JAMHS O'CONNOR. shot between .'12:05
Sudden Skyrocketing Headed by Revs.Theo- shall or who shall son, sisters; Alfred, ...Riders"*Seek Appeal and 12:10 a.cu The
Chief complaint from done R. Gibson of Miami not be served. ., t' Dannell, and Ronnie. body was taken to the
the residents was the C. K. Steele Sr. _Judge Carswell said- : Johnson, brothers.Also OCALA Marion County
sudden emergence o f of Tallahassee Rev. that if the validity Y ti: a host of relatives Court Jud Lewis Ifyers morgue.Mrs.
L. E.
excessive bills.for the sentenced two "Freedom Bryant of
state law is at and
i Toasten of St. Augustine of a friends 1420 Kings Road said
AprilJune quarter." Rutledge Pearson issue,he must ask fora Funeral services will Riders" Monday as the she heard shot and,
a
They stated that they of Jacksonville, three-judge federal ff }; be held Saturday at outgrowth of an Ocala also heard the victim
had been aervicedunilar'normal and 14 other statewide panel because a jurist : 1 pm in Mt. Ararat! bus station incident say, "I am shot." She
charges for representatives the cannot rule on the Baptist Church, Rev. occuring last June. said the shot sounded

years. Some complained group sought Sen.Hol- validity of a state i' Dallas Graham,pastor, Rev. Leslie Smith,35- like a fire cracker
of bills as high as land'e aid in working status.The jurist all / ... .1 officiating. Interment year old AME minister' and she left it at
$39 for the quarter.It for 10 from Albany, N.Y. was
t the eliminationof owed attorneys days in Mt. Olive
He- that it
paying no more
was also broughtout ... given a 30 day jail,,
segregation in pub- to brief the que tiat. ,. \; mortal Graham
/ Cemetery attention. Homicide
that the two water sentence a $500 fine
lic schools and increases The suit wes originally ,
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Funeral Home
in
officers continuedthe
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supposedto months/md
companies are or
in filed Revs.
1 Job opportunities by charge.
similar ratesas MRS. LELIA GRAY O'Connor old investigation and
charge 31 year ,
and
David.Br oks
on federal .
the city water department state, and local lev- Joseph Reddick o f ...Loses Car In Wreck Victim Awarded economics. i n instructor' at the time of the
Patrolmen D. R. Hig- at Barnard in reportno arrests had
for residents College
els for Theo- $70,000
Negroes. Tallahassee Sum i
outside city ginbothaa and, W. W., New York $250, been made.
living : I Assistance tor"Freedam I dore Gibson of Miami. City, a :I
l $tawhich is,. 7.50 Riders"in interstate The case wes the NEW YORK, N.Y. It fine or 90 days in j The investigationswere
was reported tMsweek C 0 ducted b y
for 3f600
3 quarterly and intrastate !, outgrowth of an incident jail.
1 cubic feet and 19j Perry Reelected that the city has agreed The women immediately Sit. J. H. Parker and
travel and elimination occurring atTallahasseeaiaicipal
cents per 100 cubic I to a settlement appealed sentences Lt. G. H. Hurlbert
of Senate Rule .
feet over 3600 feet. of $70,000 to pay on charges of unlay -' assisted by Patrolmen
,
221 to limit debate in .,airPorfslast Jtne iton ..tw.\10 P. ft7, Jotesoa Sidney Gaines and
Commission C h airmanFletcher : Hinton, &30- ful assembly and were
the Senate were also 10 Negro and :.white owneroperator ot: year old Muslim who Robert L. Jenkins.
Morgsa in announcing I freed on $1,000 bonds.
next xsektrhtaring asked. clergymen ware arrest Perry.. ,Florist, was charged the police' ; Atty E. D. Jackson of Survivors of the victim -
Holland said he told 'ed for unlawful as- re-elected '
presidentof with were listed as
stated thebody brutality trettMBt .. Jacksonville rsprs.ted *-
the he could eably during a sit- :the ='IntematiOl1ilnoriatat
would do its beet to group the defendants Wesley Combs, 750
wdrk the matter out to not support their requests in atteapt at the ; Association THe CitTvithdrw itsspes1a Athird "Freedom Court A; G. W. Combs,

the residents sefcisfac- since he did facility's. restaurant .during its anmloowreetioa of low r court Rider",fJerbat ACslen- 1303 t Tyler Street,and
not feel, "the course .. .- recently. deeisiena which had Glen Combs,225 Orange
tioaHe also Mid that der,27 of )KahnahN.
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coepeniee proedeed ;iow being followed by I ) fast. Lotds ifQ.: The ...... Hinton $75jOCXVHinteei is scheduled to be Street, Albany; N.!.;
the the KAACP would be of FLORIDA.STAR .... ti..1a is eipiiteA toM ; and MrsEetella Peek,*

". -to continue' euetoaers water aenricee not-. benefit to the white" I' .. EYD.Y', NLaal. :dttriac ,Jly paid within theact tried charges! in on August.irailar sister, 1553 $. 26th

for or colored rae..** -. tOI..ODD.-"-., : .. ..... .l- .. 'y...t.., .,-" .0 few,veete. .. I Street, City.ir .

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.....'tWO .m'rr.o.mA STA1 :Saturday, July 22, 1961


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POLITICS AS USUAL
.l1 ISVSXV '
THE FLORIDA STAR .v ff&Xii* **


NEWS .. -{ ; ti. .. :--' : "
t. --:' : ;; ;J= : .max BY ERIC 0. SIMPSOK : ,
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";' .,P&abJisbed'- by'The Florida fttw_ .PuWtehtng. .. Co!.. -..:. ': 1 ......; ; 1s4 .y e' :< TOWARD TAX REFORM. ? ';.
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"Member of AcsocUted Negro Prttf" '

.. ... The House ways and means committee has g iven'
ERIC O. SIMPSON.............. ......_._......._.._..Managing .' ......... -; tentative approval to new curbs on tax deduc-
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AIYSON E. WISE...:._....:._.....;..:....__...........I._..News ': .: 1' 'THE WHITE' MEN AOF. tions for entertainment, gifts and other business -

HILDA woo 'EN ._.._.._. ................._:!_...:-Orculetion < ....... .. ." \ THIS STATERIGHT HAVE; spending This would take some' of: the appeal ,
j.: -; TO RESORT TO
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MAIN,OWCE& PLANT:. ....;. :f1.,:._ .0.::..'-.."::.., .. ANY.MEANS THEIR out of expense-account! spending and make
:1'I'..: ., COMMAND TO STOP, yachts and hunting lodges less attractive en-
2323 Moncrief Road.........._.......:.......Phon. Elgin: :i";: .; J"..'y: NEGROES cumbrances.BUt i
+ -. 1tor.
-, / Even1ngpo
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Mailing Address: : it would fall The taxing system

.P. O.,Box 561, JecksomriH, 1, Florida short of the restric- "is actually a fan-
. I tions requested by inequalities
tastic tangle of
SUBSCRIPTION, RATES -
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One Year $5.00; Half Year, $3.00 President Kennedy and .and special
Mailed To You Anywhere In The United States Ii: would mean little to preferencesand every
itf
Subscription Payable In Advance., Send Check ,or Money fr 'FLORIDA STAR-P. O._Box JACKSONVILLE 1, taxes are withheldand
are becomingaware
THE FLORIDA STAJf'STANDS FOR: who has little that this is
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g t4) to invest. What
i. 1. and, County Civil Service Jobs S1. money so."
*'r City .
: r is needed is a complete
Patrolmen / _____ -
2. Negro Road The basic
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____ change of the Fi1 \
:, 3. Negro JRremen 0.- : 'r r income tax structure i n equal-
4. More Negro Police Officers i.
L to make it not only ityMartin
5. More Squad Cars for Negro Policemen ; Says, is
simpler but more
that taxpreferaic

There. Is a Great .Y G equitable."Anyone who believes are- r ..

that the income tax I es lthose

WHIT i! r' rat laws as they now are grantedmaim +
In hank' Reeves RE. MAY RO R Y to ......--
HATE v t01FNfE AR applied are simple, in, SIMPSONthe
logical or equally
bracketswho
higher
fair to allis naiveto

(Reprinted from the Philadelphia ) the point of idio- have income from
dividends, c ap ita 1
"
; writes Harold H.
cy,
The great tragedy( of Negro life is Martin, a Saturday gains or taxexempt
illustrated the of Frank D. : j state and local bonds.
by case THE!: CHALLENGE FROM' MISSISSIPPI MUST BE MET, MU. PRESIDENT ] The point is well
Washington attorneywho was nominated: by _
ident Kennedy for member-ship on the taken.
: -
District Commissioners.When he appeared T.7 :i-_' .a. Your Weekly Discontent' reforms is increasing
; are
the Senate committee Investigation

confirmation, it was brought out that Guide imperative.Nobody ex-
Horoscope them to
not paid his income taxes on time. The F',, pects come

, he gave for not paying his taxes on ",-' :\: :; WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR wholesale.conflicting Too f 0 many rees

was that he did not have the money'.A a : ':': .
i
: :. BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL .,J are involved. But 'we
,
of the questioning before the -
can hope that the \
Reeves. withdrew his name and did not :
g .. By PABLO, Th. ASTROLOGER House ways and means h

job. .-- -. committee action is a
Significantlythe sums which he stated
; first step along the
unable to pay were:$ 6.17; $4702; $5 \ j,
$63.29 for the 1958-61 ARIES .that stems from the way. ;;J
years needs a lift, "every. the first ;(\
March 2Uhru-Aj>rU. 20 .inline eight days NOT THEWORLD'S
was necessary for the Government to file : past could put you now and then, and but
of this quarter END
im ,
in order to collect these small sums. Suppress your for a valuable what more could
to scale the ;you this does not mean The President and .
girt'or the ,
acquisi- '
there is no moral turpitude involved desire that a spot
the end of
it is
that his advisers
you may be tion of property; (Sth). leading ,
because one even an attorney did
where the glories of everything you hav e who presumably know amore -
to
sufficient funds to pay his taxes. It over- 3-40-55-17-58-345 midsunmer be admired
may of
the obstacles ever dreamer} or than anyone else
assumed that some honorable people find and absorbed?Do Make the
confront CANCER striven for. does about the real-
suddenly
selves in that position. on the 1st thru Born Jun 22 thru July ... not allow yourself to best of temporary ities of Khrushchev'swar I
However view of theforegoing it I be influenced by .
financial.embarrass-
not depend o n threat overBerlin,
Your first inclination -
that Mr. Reeves used
very poor judgment questionable -
powers ment The moment when find the situation
or friendly be to i.
he recently purchased a home for $ may seyer
on the 1st,3rd, 4th look hopeless
to I' things dangerous enough to
get the bonds of
are those who that he was a matrimony 7th.Wait'un-
say very 5th, and could be the
just warrant blunt talk
out of a hole if about -
,'
man. Of course, Mr. Reeves being "free" ; or business partnerships f]
ZT"a til the 8th to take a evening of an excelwit
is where you find taking new short
lotS v-
is from the
to
privileged purchase any kind of constructive line of'- opportunity to
desires-in short, that is his business. (4th. 6th). .Should the management action. in range military preparedness |
redeem yourself :
ever, he lost a position of high honor b i 6th and 9th are of money prove- 7-60-66-18-55-761 action.This .:
he lived above his means. The tragedy two days when you to be a bone of contention more ways than one. in itself should dis-
an deliver telling LIBRA 120551343125CAPRICORN abuse the American !%
there are thousands of other Negroes who it is not as
same thing. in your own be- serious as you or ttys Born Sept. 24 thru Oct.. 23, public of any idea '

American Negroes are the most American '. other party would be- All is not lost,even Born Dec. 22'thru Jan. 19 that the Berlin crisis I

Americans. This is true because few of 2-20-22-14-48-214 lieve. There are many if it looks that is merely a routine
way Your tendency to be.
test of nerves and
have any culture or background other TAURUS .ways which can be' to ;you at _the start! a harsh taskmaster,. that the Kremlin, will ::j

ican. However, they are by; and large Porn April 20 iHra May 20, found to resolve such I of this rather upset- when your companionsdo back down at
surely
from the free flow of business and differences,even when ;
ting period.The burden not
live to
up your the moment of truth. I
Despite? their citizenship they are a There is no place they involve personal. that has been with expectations,could puta Such a view is com-

group separate andapart from the a favorite arm- sacrifices.The aspect, you for some time,in damper on the gay fortingbut unrealjs-
of ,American life. With exceptions, as to an air- on the 8th discloses the of obligations
way; family spirits that should tic. It would be
hen'21 teeth, they are in the economic and in that your sporting and
housing
or prevail at this time
to
foolish
.
house. Those who have scrambled to the of your 'own TV amorous t tendencies difficulties should of the Financesmay abysmally;
,
;year. base our course on
of the to .
poorhouse door-being warm summer may; have something
soon>> be lifted. Draw ; be an aggravating the conviction that J:
impress others with their affluence. The indications do with some of your on ';your last reserves factorbecause of inflationary Khrushchev was indulging
to improve their status to needless troubles.
by; trying of patience,and carryon prices or in a meaningless
few thousand dollars look like millions. areparticular- 530441323534LEO until deliveranceis the greed of otherson bluff.

they have not only been brainwashedbut emphasized from at hand (lst-3rd)). the 3rd-4th. Some- It must also be noted
washed, they hope to prove to their 1st thru 5th. Do
23. Remain on your guard thing may trouble or +
Born July 23 thru Aug... however,that when the
and take for ,
neighbors, friends persecutors that anything ;,
and keep a damper on confuse youwhich.: maybe administration .talks
have. arrived... Andsince onefs status ,and refuse to Necessity; is one of
;your emotions fran the due to the lack of of still another defense -
taken in the elements that
by appear may
4th thru 6th. The 7th news or difficulties ,
depends how much one has reviewof spend-
upon money alone, as they drive: you to m a ke x
who have acquired a few dollars find it be most deceiv- better and is a day; of risk for besetting a friend on ing more on arms and ,;
more -
profitable
sary to splurge it in a puny effort to The 6th- 9th are use of: your business investmentsor the 7th. The 8th and beefing up Army man.
Icng-tenn indebtedness 9th are the two best
-
they are successful. red-letter. days; vocational aptitudes. power, of a possible
All of this would be unimportant aid not can make You have little days of the quarter, limited mobilization,
you ,may;
thinking about were it not for the declarations to say in employment or 870771942871SCORPIO and they; should make of reserves/ some of

Negro organizationsinstitutionsand the who may be ''in- service matters, only; up for previous dis what it says is to be

of Negroes are in abject poverty.Get ; inviting 'more confusion Born Oci. 24 ihru NOT. 22 appointments. taken as part of the

mad, if you please, but there is 4-10-11-16-32-416 or greateranimo- 3-10-11-16-54-316 war of nerves launched -
welfare organization in *Jacksonville There are far too by Khrushchev. He
sities if you do o n c ontradictory AQUARIUS
and controlled by Negroes which has GEMINI many Bora Jan. 20 thru Feb announces an.abrupt
funds to operate proper / The Her ; May 21 thru JBM 21 the 1st or 7th. Shrug forces at-work,during 19 increase in military

Brewster hospitals would be closed All those off all, disappointments 'this first quarter The one who is your readiness counter

not State ,funds rescued them.Mo re be trying messages: to ,and explore the reco&nend anything close ally may be- that with reminders f

out of schools than any other group. get may through to I possibility of. doing other' than a policy COM somewhat difficult that two can play; at
need you better for yourself of watchful waiting. to appease or
thousands of young Negroes who be t & k e.nserioxaly that game. It is not
scholarships.;; We donft even, support the not only when you have the You could take too. manage. No one has all talk, but neither

adequately. Incidentally, Jews and ,this first backing of very powerful dim a view one aoaent anything to gain and does announcement of

and other groups support their own but clear and ,constructive and wax overly optiaistic perhaps much to.lot, readiness span that

programs., up influences on the hud the next. Sose by severing friendly armed conflict is in-
the 25thht.least. .
It should. be .clearly understood that out 9th. You may have difficulties may disrupt relation Take stock evitable..
could ,start to play inconspicuous haraony at hoe of own short- -
quarrel is .not with Negroes_ who by findingourltUume I your cause to be graterur-
; role ,for awhile in your business cosdngsmaking' a real
and sacrifice ,have purchased good homes financial in the future whenyou
restric
but this shouldn'tworry circles and associations effort to eliminate
side of slum areas and live in them with your fully understand

spect and dignity.; But with the.Frank' or obligations ''you.unnecessarily in general. theaon the 1st thru why this ;true. It may
too already do aueh IT 'the" py is satis SaM canfusionrelat- 4th,5th and 7th. You
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of there are entirely fir.a .be best not to become
haper you .in .get factory. ed to your friends or should take advantage too disturbed
prefects 6-50-33-15-48-653' social life also of favorable your
Substituted for: Philadelphia yosr may opportunities impressionable nature
for .w.y ( lst-2nd)* have to be cleared upon to benefit
/ Substituted Mercy Douglas Hospital V1 GO could make you a victim -
difficulties. ,Mgr "' 34:tfcra'ft mi. the 7th. on the 8th-9th.
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into the d.gartr.at There is : no .seed toafeaaftoa ination. You

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relatives. Mi.tlIN_ pro&fcets of,glooa' ones for 'understanding -

8wsp per. Read the "Florida abort ,travel. .. aniyour or to 4esfEiveyerself. True, there ia not A disciplinary hand .on the _..9th.

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seed planted by the 'Williams, 1M8.tRustuM African Group

founder' 6 f Bethune St.,96 and ConMe Me i&L-WMidnfffa. 2 ....
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1414'Morgan St,.48. .
-pookMn the ;
College
VA.'SIIIGTQI D.) C.-Xrs, -
Oscar Laidjer, Jr. 1066 4t
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late Mary KcLeod Be ; '
Ave., 21 Snd Marion* Hagirt K* Elisabeth Carnegie, '
throe, continues to u. E.ass 8t.,-1'9. Chairman of Delta Signa ,

grow as the students 'Lucius Williams, 1535 W. 24th .Theta's Prfclica- t y 6
of that renowned,'D.,- St. 35 and, Gale 'I,. Foper, 894- tions sod,Pifclic Relations -. ? .. '" _. !
Court G., 34. t .
tons Florid
Beacy. CoMtittee has ;h _
Earnest B.: Gates, 1230 Franklin a :
college travel far St., 32 and Coretha'MO leg, been named to a three-
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...'and wide to seek knowledge 1230-Franklin St., 22. year term on,the exe- z

give service, James Davis, 322 Nixon St, 22, cutive ccssdttee o f Ll ; :
and participate i n and Elizabeth Y. Jackson, 735. ., the taunts AfricaCoarittee
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r Court D, 16.. .
J collegiate activities. .
of t h .e =
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LeRoy Coleman, 5602 Lee Ave., a
Miss Barbara Jean
22 and Mary H. White, Rt. 2, Box Atrica -Jmerican Institute sy
Reed, a Junior, pres 226, Starke, Flau, 19. *

ident-elect, (1961-62)- Mack McClendon' Jr., 1104 Mrs. Carnegieisslso
of the caapus Y.W.C.A.' Calahan St., 18 and Juanita I Associate Editor f
Graham, Rt: 8, Box 407,"16. o ,%
is spending ..ix'web .
J. C. 'D. Jones, 2313 23rd St., Nursing Outlook Magazine a;
in Berkeley,. California 29 and Deloris, C. Brinson, 1464 and ,a residentof \

attending a Mount .CreeJ Rd., 25. New York City. .w.- -''':'_ _""-..-.., : r_ .a.I _
Y.W.C.A. leadership Leroy White, 1342 Golfalr The Wo&enfs Africa
workshop. Miss Reed Blvd., 25 and Carrie M. Davis, 621 Committee was founded TENTH ANNIVERSARY -Officers and we bars of the Lapulperia Social Savings Club have prepareda
W. Church St, 25.
was -awarded a South- Wilbert Weston 125E._ 1st St, in 1959 by thirty women program in observance of their tenth anniversary! Sunday from 4 until 6 p.m. at the IWCA,

ern Regional Y.W.C.A.% '40 and Ruby L. Johnson. 1125 Es profidnent in civic 8th and Calhoun, streets. e'ated.from. left are: Mesdames M* Nesbitt, president; A. Wells/vi

scholarship for the .'1st St.. 39.Ernest life and interested in president; Ruth Tiller, treasurerHirinda GoodwinLossie Simonsfinancial secretary;an! B*

study She i s the T. Williams, 3919 *Orlando African affairs. The Jenkins. ,Standing from left: Mesdames Louise A. Hollandbusiness managerRuth Smithreporter -

daughter of Hra.Kath- Dr.,32 and,Mary E.Hunter, Committee works} t o ; L. K. Wright, program chairman; Ann Heard, Arlean George recording secretary; Bertha
erine Reed of -Fort 1343 W. 8th St., 27. I' establish beneficial Gelzer, and Mary Bryant. Other members, are Mesdames Jessie }(yens and Minnie Jackson
John Black, Rt. 6, Box 923, 53 "
Lauderdale, Florida. and Eleanor Robins, Rt. 8, Box ties between Africanand (AVERT STUDIO PHOTO)i
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Miss Patricia Elaine 923 '
46.Johnnie American worn e n

Moore, Junior, president A. Edwards, 2563 Hi- with ,mutualinterests, 1'-+ReMt ToldAUGUST Davis-Eclcstein
Methodist land' St:, 54 -and Francenia G. Stork
of the and eerves as a chan- .....
Student Movement Ruff, 1702 Dennis"St., 33. ABOUT y. .ifiF. _..., Plan Pure/saw -
on nel of coammication _
Arthur Lee, 1031 Franklin. St,
campus, and State 32.and Emma P.' Edwards. ,',819 I, between Africa' and the PEOPLE. Deliveries LAS VEGAS, NEV.Entertainers -
(Florida) secretary ,Franklin,St.,34. United states. Billy

of the organization, Adolphus C.Frazier! 1830 Venus Among 'objectives o f 1rtb! Brewtiter. HoipUal Eckstlne and Sansoy

was a delegate a t St., 27 and Mary. C. Hall. "1459. the Committee are the Visiting W. 9th St. 20. .. Mr and'Mrs..
,
large to the national Henry ,(
bringing of African and renewing friendship for individual
Eddie -
Drayton 39 Stanley Rd., Daniels 2811
conference of t'h e 35 and Deloris C. Baker,'Box.45,- women leaders to theU. with friends are Begonia interests in the new
Methodist S t u d e n/t I Mayport Fla., 26. S* for specialized Mrs. Loraine Ferguson Road, Boy I Carver House Hotel

Movement at Southwest James Ramsey, 606 E. 3rd St.,' training; helping American Pleasand Mrs. Dora Mr. and Mrs. Robert sM and Casino in Las

ern CollegeWinfield, 38 and Mattie E. Barkley, 1005 E.' wives in Africa Thomas of, St. Louis, Jones, 1022 Eaverson Vegas, Nevada. ,
5th St
34.
Street
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Kansas This was a and African wives Mo. Mrs. Pleas is" the Boy.Mr. The Carver House

gathering of studentsand For The Record in the u. S. to participate daughter of Lorenzo and Mrs. ? HeI117Allen,1826 Hotel and Casino is
Bisbee Rd..Boy. .
staff who are responsible in the life Ferguson and the grand an 88-room hotel,completely -
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for directing -; of their new co&sauni- daughter of Mrs. i air-condition

tHe major emphases, uAILAS, Tex.'--. tty. ties, and the de-. Lavinia stor y'. While .. Hr. and Mrs Melton ._ I! ed, with dining room,
Jenkins 652 W.lOth St
and program for the David Witta receiveda velopemnt ofp&rtner- herethe visitors are .. --- -- -- coffee shop, gaming'

Methodist Student. a letter from an old ship proj'ecta.FLORIDA residing with Mrs. Girl. WEDDING FOR casino, cocktail bar,
Mr., anfr Mrs_ Beryl MISS HAYLING Mr. and
-
Movement Miss Moore friend ce.M.BatemanMrs.'Lavinia convention hallshopsand
,Atty. Gen. G .
was the only woman Robert Kennedy, inviting Storey, and Napoleon,5308 Old St. Mrs.Charles C.H };ling Is also the. home

participant in the him to come to STAR Mrs.Ethel Mitchell at Augustine Rd., Girl. Sr. of Tallahassee of "Mr Bs SupperLADIES

"campus W.C.T.U. oratorical Washington for a' vis IN EVERY the residence, 1933 Mr and Hrs. Andrew announced the engage- n .
Sampson 4112 Owens ment
of their
contest. She daughter
it. COLORED HOME Durkee Drive East.
won in the state contest ,. Avenue, Boy.Hr. Yvonne Elvira t o

the only repre- .. and Mrs Johnnie Garvey; E. Clarke, son SLEEVELESS

sentative of her race, Parrish, 722 w. Union of Mr.and Mrs.Elliott .

and will represent Street, Boy. E. Clark of Brooklyn, BLOUSESSIZES

Florida. rvt Mr. and Mrs.:' Robert N.Y.. Miss Hayling, a ..
Lee,233 Elm St:.,Gir1. '1957 graduate of Florida 32-38
1 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A&M University SANFORIZED

Brown,2032 W.Uth St. and a 1958 graduate

Glamorize. Your Nut Party ,t Boy of NfM York University RAYON ft COTTON

With a Sparkling.Clear. ....,.. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ,is presently doing SOLIDS & PRINTS
.: ,
Io Daniels 4901 Camps
,
ICE \ postgraduate work
PUNCHBOWL :1 rr ,; -... ::4: nella Drive, Boy. there. ,Clarke, a 1957 WASHABLE

a .y,' t .' s ;,,r d Mr. and Mrs. Wiley graduate of Dartmouth VALUE TO $.98

arden, 1511 Spearing ,I College and a 1961

Street, Girl. graduate of New York NOW 47c EachMcCORY'S
}* F 4 .; % Mr.and Hra.RooaeveltGainble,14l0 University Law School,

Evergreen is a finance counselor.

{_. Avenue, Boy. The wedding will take
?Sr. and Mrs Albert place in early August. BAY St JULIACDMMeaCIAL

i Taylor,304 Cypress St. .' .
I Green Cove Springs,
.WCOOINO. ) AOvINTlBINa HOMES"
Boy %
Att Seasons crystal dun let punchbowls .
we beautifully dlffnnt.use.tul. Mr. and Mrs Frank .
.and ftctivt for partits.dancts. '
reception anniversaries and cel.brttions. !.- STYLISH STOUfS MODELS-.The Cora.ettei Social and Savings Club staged Luster,1352 Grothe St r, c' ;
obtainable with
They art
flowers! fruit er other decorations a colorful and entertaining Stylish Stouts modeling presentation last Girl. h .
frozen in. There is no fuss or ROYAL ART STUDIO
bother.. Our service Is complete Saturday night during a patio party at the home of Mrs Julia Glover, Hr.-Mrs.Bobby Mc- : .
your and kt punth set up bowl for,you will be Call delivered todey..1ro '1662 w. 23rd st. Mrs. Bessie Ray awarded first, honors and, runner up Gruff 722 McCoy St., TELEPHPNE 4.tS94

4.4511Y prise Boy.Mr. .
All Seasons 1662 W. 23rd. St. Mrs. Bessie Ray was awarded ,first honors and' runner and Mrs Isiah "

up prize went to Mrs Walter May Armstrong large attendance' members .Hit c hell,lQJ 6' w., 23rd CLARENCE J. SIMON. 515 DAVIS STREETJACKSONVILLE
let & Fuel Co and guests enjoyed the social interlude: and buffet lJun: heon. Street, Girl. FLA.

5883 Norwood Arf. Guest 'models ,from left are: H..d_ Ida May Hyers Ollie Mae Young, Hr. and Mrs.Edmond 4 \ -

PO 4-4511 Walter Mae Armstrong, Juanita Perry, Eula Mae Willi_, Elmira ThaaEp- Peterson, 318 Nixon

son, Bessie Ray, Helen Kewsome, and Dorothy Dantzler Street, Boy. ..
I
(ROYAL ART STUDIO PHOTO) Hr. and Hrs. Willie : :

I Stephens,2535 arson <"

__ I Street, Girl. fO
_
_ Peace Corps I sis Hr. and Mrs Henry YeoJ l4M.I' .

Banford, 1303 Mt.Her

,s- \R rapt New Yogic e man Street, Girl.. fO .I,
r ead
;n > S S e. Hr. and Mrs Samuel :
WASHINGTOND.C.MimsEdith Davis,144Q W15th St* .
:
F' J. Barksdale of Boy ',
THE
WORLD'S MOST a
New York City became Mr and Mrs. Thomas

the first woman, Denson, 4136 Fairfax MAGNIFICENT BOURBON

selected from s ome Street Girl.
_
1300 Negro'women surveyed Mr and Mrs Johnnie h0a1aerMW
in the, Amerl.ca.'l Fortl623 Steele St. tDLD

Council on Hunan Relations Boy
4 *
v "Wwaanpower. Mr and Mrs Joseph *

Talent Search" for, HcBride, L5 Nadia Lzu

._ ,government' ervice
s
'- '_ Girl. m
,.. _A'i, '!when she WM notified HRS.ODESSA WIGGINS, of Mr.and Mrs.John Ward f

J. of her acceptance for 2058 W. '3tH ,St., left 1511 W. Wit St.Girl.

Her"' mother ,or her sister? the Peace CorpS. the city July 8 toipecid

"Recently the ACHR a vacation with
BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL,NATUftAL.LOQKHW HAIR COLOR AtROTCCampTAIIARASSEB HIcjITof .
ubaitted to President her daughter and son-

Whether you want the trcritmneBt of a different Kennedy a list of distinguished in-lsar, Hr and Mrs. ..-Twmty- k3 1G4jf _
hair shade or want to give DeW,IMe to dull or NegI'OVOIHDco Marion, Carter.. Stilethsre,3srs.WigglCS aril ROTC cadets from ,--4.-_ y
gray hair..i inset on thelong-kiiBg hakcolor: idered as qualified wilj.; Florida Ati!. University ft011>uox fi
in the famous red
package-GocWroy'aLathu the also be the guest of are attending
e.It'.easy to apply,and complete ia by organi- Y sS
ODe packagfr thenfti nothing eln to bey. sation to serve the her sisterjMrsCarrie the azmalBQTC srasMrp ,

goTSrs aent.29.as Barksdale Hiller.and niece:Hiss at FtBeoixlngGaaccording >

44r octoa'y. 'was aaong those Carol KillerMrs. '- to Lt. Col.,
"
: desiring to serve. Wiggins is A saber :',llbert .J. Parker,pro- : 0'
LARIfVSM* -.- ::- government through of West Union Bsptist f s.or of ,military
Ood.fro Mfg.Comp&\V&3S1O Oltv*St.*St.Leul*.Mo. the Peace Corps Church. I deuce at AIM .......___........_-.t8I..,..,


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i: : Semdcy. Teas ..sIot.dhe -: .z .. Recital Slated, fofBdpffer



woaec of -J&.. .' ;Ararat Baptist 'Church. '- will;Ji'4, D Sunday- NightAt Amt i lJCI.

_, present a Calendar Tea Sunday 'from 3-6 p.m., In : _... "..' 4 ch'vififiIssr.oMi
/
',: th..dwesti3oa building for benefit of the annual .,t..'.., ,,,'...,.'.'.'':2. ': Simpson ME

NaMn'g Day observance slated for Sunday, .=".. ..." .,a. :, Choir 1 of Siapaon ..COPrJ* ;

:' Jily 30th throughout the day.The public. is in .
Methodist Episcopal i iCh Registration for the
rtted.- .
; bKing. Road and Church Schoolwin
F .. ,Vacation
r
.. Cleveland Street will be held Friday '
Districts 7 ani 24 of Zion Hope Baptist Chsbh
I present a night of from 5 through 6 p.m. j
will .sponsor a.S ser Tea, Sunday beginning at I .
.. j I, Music beginning aV; at the church. The
4 p... in the hove of Mr Gertrude Hurray,8216Koocrief '
will be I. 7:30 ofclock Sunday'.night school starts Monday
Road. .Program participants :
in the church and will be supervised
;
.J, Mrs. iN McCray, Leri: D&D1el8Kn.Bume11 Spencer
auditorium. Mrs.Lucinda Jack-
Mrs. Mary AdaaHr8.Guaaie Rhodes,9rs. by
Mrs.. Serena Tolbert wan, experiencedstaff
J. f son
H
rtfield ?lrs.'aaces hingtonHrs.Eru
of New Bethel A MEChurchv.U1 of instructors.
Odes,. Mrs. Ollie Hardy, Mrs. Gussie Page Gray t' ",'":"":',,b..t"-.;::;' __ introduce I

Mrs., F. Washington, and Rev. E. R. Siapaon. \ ,,..,, ', "' .. such well-known pro-, Sunday's.Programs school beginsat

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# # ,* # # Sunday
A
The women of First Corinth Baptist Church plan gram .participants as 9:20 a.m.under the
"c. Brown *
.:.a Guest Tea Sunday 30 starting at 3:30 pm !tt.t : [ Mrs.of Choir Josephine 2Mt.Calvary Scottsuperintendent supervision. of G. W., '

in the church. The progrsm Trill be supervised--
Baptist Church: .Choir instructors.
and the
and will '"
the a cashprize >
by youth department
2 of Simpson ME; the
be awarded the church having the_ largest youth Morning Woratsip.startaat
.. Simpson Choral Ensemble -
\ M 11 a.m. with Rev.C. .

representation* *pre* *ent.* *,* *. SOWER TEA -CEIEBRANTS-Ladies Auxiliary 36, I.. L. A. presented their Robert Sams, B. Dailey, pastor,

"Summer Tea last Sunday from 4 until .6 ,p.m. at the residence of Mrs. 'Horace Rhinelander, delivering the sermon.
celebrates ,
The Social and Savings Club
;.La Pnlperia *
its 10th anniversary with 'a Steer Tea Nellie Young, 2202 Ifyrtle- Avenue with a high selective and interest I Robert Taylor,Choir 1 Devotions will be led 1

0ing program being,,presented for the entertainment of of Saint John Baptist
Sunday at in the IWCA. The : guests and mem- by the deacons of the
beginning 4 P n>
'xillbe announced. ,.bers. Program participants were: Mrs.Bertha Walke ,speakerHrs.Lill1e Church, the Woodrow church. Choir 1 and

program Mae Wright, Mrs. Alvince McQueenHrs.Easter MiltonMrs.Eliza. Atwater Hughes Trio, .and Mrs. Usher 2 will f
# *. # # Board
Mrs. Violet Kinnon, Miss Kathe Strickland, Mrs. Alice Johnson, Robert .1 A. B. Williams. serve throughout the
A Birthday Tea will be presented by P hyllisWheadey Sims Mrs. Ifyrtie the '
Means, and Mrs. Carrie L. MaHardpresident.Members? Heading program day.

52, Order of* the,Eastern Star will beheld seated, from left: Mrs. Bertha WalkerMrs. L.SeguisMrs.Alice Johnson, and supervising committees BTU will be featured

Sunday, Ju2p30. starting at 4.p.m.Citytddeent ,Mrs. Easter Milton, Mrs. ..Alvince McQueen Hrs. E. Hartley, and Mrs are Mrs. A.O. with a short prepared
will be featured the "
on program. Carrie L..Hsllard. Burns, general chair- program at 5:45 P.nu
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The Jewel Social Club observes its sixth- anniversary -, ., .. FT/wmA,.---.. sTea-..... .pumn'........... manMrs.Irene Harris, The pastor will deliver

Sunday 30 from 4-6 with .president,and Rev.A.Cl the message of
July p.m. a
Anniversary: ,
tea at the IWCA, .8th and Calhoun sta. utings'SI9t d ) .. Choir Burnspastor.The pub- the day during even-
A .1 r- ,Zion Hop lic is cordially in- ing worship which

JULY 25-The: Expansion Ends SundayThe vited. starts at 7
p.m.
,Holds Plans For 'Event
FamilyDay Receives of Central .
TopAppointm.nt Committee : : The districts mass
45th anniversary .Central CME.
Little
j .Aim Church to meeting will be held
for Grace
services
Sunday Tolbert Island. Bus Church and The; Male Chorus of Sunday, July 30 at 3
Baptist
Zion Hope Baptist ....SponsorsTrip
in the church
p.m. :
routes West Jacksonville ,
: the 21st of its pastor
will observe
Leonard J.Roberts Jr.who' Church, audltorium.1heprogram
}!P. SINAI BAPTIST / School 'at .7:30 Rev. B. F. Brown will The Expansion Committee
stated that he its llth anniversaryMonday will be announced.Weekly .
a.m.Beaver and Ever- '
; E. L.
close with Rev. October of Central CME
attended the recent night ActivitiesThe
Annual Family Day son, Firsthand Davis, Wilcox, pastor o.f Church will sponsor a
church.
convention of the InternationalChristian 90at the Male Chorus meets,
Ella and Powhattan
observance will be Bethany Baptist i.n trip to Little TcflJboxt

held Sunday at Mount Cleveland Road and charge of the services Appearing 'will bet Island, Tuesday, July for rehearsal Monday-
in Rev. S. Andrews of at 8''p.. Tuesday
Endeavor Society
night m.
Sinai Baptist Church, Owens Avenue, and : beginning at 3 p. m. 25, at 9:00 a.m. The
6th and Lee streets, Chicago also said that 'Lantana and JaponicaRoad. Sunday. Allen Chapel A.M.E. bus will start on its night's Prayer
he was appointed a Church, The D. and B. Service starts at 7
Admission fee
with Monday
special pi ans Beginning pick up route at 7:30
of the organization Singers of St. Augustine p4.m.Wednesday night's
director will include lunch. under
having been made to night night .a.m. First stop will
make the day-long occasion fs governin8. ,- '- '- supervision __ of the Florida,under the be at West Jacksonville Bible Study which begins -

one to be long .body. 'JULY 29- Choir: ofThianuei pastor, nightly services directions. Matthew School second at 7 o'clxk.willbe
Roberts also noted McCoy and The Baptist conducted the
remembered. Baptist Church during the, week stop Eaverson and by
that the only other Church of Palatka. pastor.All Boy Scoutsare
Pastor Robinson will Daytona Beach. The .were conducted by the Beaver'streets third-
race members serving bus will leave the C. Parham Johnson, urged to attend
be heard in a special Rev. E.T.Williams First and Davis Sts.,
Benson on Family Relationship in a ranking official I .church at 9 a.nu, Morning. .Star FreeWill 'featured soloistMrs.of fourth at Ella and their meeting which
Thomasina Wilson
capacity 'were Senior starts at 6:30 p.m.inthe
J., p. Rogers of
the ,
during Powhatten Sts. fifth
.
morning vorahip.and .Choirs Bishop William Walls JULY 29-District: 13 Macedonia,!*.,A. King St. John'sB aptist at Cleveland Road and church.
Miss Detra
usher boards will of the AME Zion church of' ,Etaanuel. Baptist of Payne (Chapel Aft Church, Owens Avenue and last First Baptist Church
of ChicagoRev. Theodore Church beach Webb Belcher, Miss Maxine 1025 Jessie.St., extends -
andy
serve throughout the on a, Church: "G.G.
Lantana and
Atklna !be Male Chorus stop at
day. Richardson of outing. Bus leaves of New Redeem Bapti'atchurcheaiOpectiv&gr the right .hand
"
Chicago Metropolitan church at 9:30 &em. ., of Manuel Baptist, Japonica Road. Price
Following closing of Community churches : under direction of x>f the trip will include .of fellowship to' all
,,
with at
the morning services, stops Ifyrtle The pastprfsr aid boardand
'Matthew McCoy.TheMaleChorus free lunch and those wishing sharein
a special turkey Revs.Andrew White andC. ; and Kings .Rd.,lSth and club 6: will be in .
of of Ht. Ararat wll ona can.drink. its activities.FAYETTEVILLE
Garnett Henning -- -- --- -- -
dinner will be served Myrtle, and 21st and charge.All districts. '
members Nashville: Tenn. and i l rrtle. Baptist Church-Male
and guests. will make final, reports choruses of Tabernacle
ACE editor.
League
Choirs of the ,- -
church at the close of
Church under -
national Baptist ,
His
new SUBDIVISION -
will, render a musicale JULY 30The Women's
headquarters, will be the service.' the direction of Mrs. '
recital during evening Auxiliary to the NAPE 33RD 'AND SPIRES STREETS'HOUSES
H.JohnsonMale
services_which beginsat located in Coppin to Jekyll Island.Buss Mt., VernonIn Evelyn*
Little Rock
Memorial Chorus of
7 o'clock. Members AME Church: es leave Florida Are Under Constructions

are urged to bring 'Indiania Avenue and, I and 7th, Kings. Road Dual: EventMt. Baptist church, under

guests and the general 50th Street, Roberta'added. and Myrtle, 8th and the direction of Mrs. s DOWN PAYMENT ::
Vernon Emma B. Johnson and'
Baptist ,
public is invited to Davis, and 21st and
Church ,,and others whose Salesmen On Duty '
men women names. __
share in the all-day Moncriet at 8 a.m.'
series of events. New Tickets may be obtained -' will jointly, observe will be announced.The 12 NOON TIL 6 P. M.
Housing Men's ,and Women's Day: general public
from a-ua diary:
Student Assistant observance throughoutthe is invited. King of SATURDAYS And SUNDAYS

Plan For Fall members.-- _.-- _. day Sunday. ; the male chorus con- 4MORRIS .

TALtAHASSEEAlbert JULY 29-EarI's Chapter Leonard Atwater ,and test will terminate,. CONSTR. CO.

COoke 1957 graduateof :SetAtFAMU No.36OESto American Otis Kelsey will serve between Walter Hawk

Florida ASM thlver- TALLAHASSEE n e r Beach.. Bus leaves as chalrm&ufor. Miss thmen' and Pernell.. 4791 ORTEGA BLVD. >:_ PP.8-429t
-- --- -- -
and
sits and presently an Myrtle Avenue and events and

instructor' in mstheaeatice the Kings Road ,at 9 a.m. r8.iC.e8''Scrlr ven
policy
on housing % .
.
Mrs.Julia Jongwo r.th
atBrownsville of Florida A. and M. ,Myrtle and I6tn at it's Pepsi .
head now
Junior High School, University cajqras 9:20, 33rd and Pearceat as chairmenwill : nr .

Miami. student, is employed assistant asa students effect beginning goes into with 10:15.Ticketa 9:40, and Dinsmoreat maybe the foments. groups programs.Both will. L' for those who think young

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in the FAHU public the fall semester in obtained from members have school charge and the of Sunday: IIlt#! ( ,,Today wire en the go as never hf,,.,.We leadth full life.Thls .
morning
relations office this September. The a n-1 according to Mrs. services will be i :Pepsi: : is,file m for Pepsi-IMti tracing, cleantastinglliiiinimiuiilllli <

iuBMr.Cooke is pursuing nounca .eat was made,by Willie Hae ShippW.M. directed by:the women. toftf-Ma. stores, fountains, say "Peas ,kaa ec' '
the master of Dr.. B. L. Jr. .
Ferry African Films The will have
education degree in dean of students. men .... ,.tt ,

supervision ,and administration All landlords who. Shown At fAMUTALLAHASSEEThe' charge of the. evening ,, :' __ .: '. -:" .t .. r.4Yt :...,<. I
worship. Y
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A&K UniveraiteUl1 will be supervised by
students for the fall !
Royal Crown series presented Dr. Helen Tutson and '. t--
term 1961-62 should
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I.J.K. Wells in a Hubert Engram,respective -
register their housing
Bottling Company travelognesovlefilsmaic chaix an.
facilities with
1235 SAN MARCO ILYD.PI. lectures ex- .
the dean of women and Emanu.Is.D.acon.ssss -
hibit) on "AfricatheBeautiful" ,
,...... dean of men. and "The

RSV. O. A. GEORGEThe Rising New Africa" .
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recently in t h, e ..
Eer. O'.A.Georae of Cincinnati, Charles Winter Wood Pfan Evinf '7 '

Ohio,a spiritual servant of hMliiiIand Theatre. A

health. and giving blessings I Dr. Wells was, state Re1k.3J. .T1 Iw.11M _

throughout the united State M; director of Negro education pastor, :.of- Saint' Lies __

now be contacted AT'708 MARKET S'I in 'West Va.. Baptist, Church:....andHer. it ;

in Jacksonville.: for nearly 20. years .J.C.Fii ,PMt r-- -

He is helping thouMote: everrRer. and editor and publisher of D Ird;;,: lIptiatChurcJa

0. A. George is a God-sent a.nn a180 of CCOa) for will :Joij itq L :

tall yoa when" and where.- 14 yearft.Rift' interest be in charge.of services _

,DONATION DIlLY $3,00. PHONE 4.s-3.5.33. in grapfeyhistory ''when"DMcoMetIo ; '- "/ a :_ .-

He a..a all fad. tells all. about you. COM to and culture is aooaMntal. d 2 of- HiiBnBalBaptist "

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-.. Child CoreHrs.Bernice > :Ends: Semiriar

Plane for the Annual f&RRISON, .
t WoBen's"Day observance I tt ... Ihd.-Ar ;7 lat' Lt.,. St. Auguatine---"Un
are in the making+ aM Jackson, Samuel -B. Houston, a limited OpportunitiesOn
rariow activities an supervisor of the Hose 1959 graduate o f New-Horizons" lethe
being scheduled under Missions Child Care, 'Florida: A.and K. Uni- ,these of the.week!

( the'leadership of Mrs.JUMita Center, has began ccn- varsity Tallahasseqcompleted long leadership camp!
Green, chair- ducting free classes the officer currently being conducted ;;
aaa and Mrs. D loris, at the New Century r rJ orientation course at I on the campus!
of Florida Normal and
Burls co-chairaw.This School,1075 W. MonroeSt. the :Finance School '
Industrial :
Memorial
affair is b ein g Classes are being S3wl t here recently. t

,planned for Sunday; held ,Mondays through During the eight-week College under of the the }

October 22nd, Fridays from $, a.m., course Lt,Houston was Florida sponsorship Association
x. ers are 'urged to until 12 ofclock npcn., tamiliarized with the
'4 ',.pay their budget aasessaents ,Instructive courses : .duties and responsibilities of Colored Women j
1 Club Inc.
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.'on or bet;>re include Bible classes o. y i of a newly- .
This first annual
VI August 27th in order dramatic,story' telling 4 consnissioned Finance.
4 that obligations maybe arts and craftsby Corps officer. leadership camp began
Sunday of this week
'taken care of before teachers
capable The lieutenant son
( e w. r."r
and will terminate on
ArnialConference Parents .are urged to 4S of Mrs Arkansas H.
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which will convene on _; .. .., ..r... Patterson ,Saturday after a,full
register their chil- J :a.: -<: '''' '''B'I''! ? is a native -
schedule of well
organized
Noveaber 8-12.Hembers dren in the ,f re e SATELLITE SOCIAL AND SAVINGS CLUB committee, met recently the home of Jacksonville. activitiesinvolving
are also reminded of courses which will of Mrs. L. V. Walker, 1343 W/ 12th Street to complete final plan for
their obligations for continue for"severalweeks.Mrs.A.B.Houston .: their forthcoming annual summer' social. Seated from 'l tt areMesdames Language School a variety
of learning experiences I
I" the next; quarterly' Louise Blakley, Christine _Newspme, Mary Jane Ja kson,aI Hazy Walker.'
Proves for the seventysome
conference, which is founder and supervisorat I PopularTALLAHASSEE'T ,
not far off.Sunday New Century will r h e odd campers and i

Services assist with the registration i Se00/ef Signs .. Youth'Council Answers Daylight department of foreign consultants in attendance -
Services' Sunday will .. at this con-
: languages and the
begin with the Sunday Mrs.Jacksona pioneer Down In Miami An Open Letter To Jax Citizens: school of education fab. I

School at 9:30 a.m. teacher in the,kindergarten MIAMI -Signs desig- of Florida A&M adversity Leaders, taking partin

with, SuperintendentC.L. education, is nating segregated restrooms In reply to the statement published in the cop.aborated.this.: the opening session -
Crane in charge.The treasurer of the Du- in Miami 'City Florida,Star. (July 15) as a voluntary expres sinker in a unique of the leadership

11 a.m. worship val- Kindergarten Association Hall ,at Dinner Key sioncoining from ,some 120. Negro employees. of experience for elementary camp SundayeVening
service will be conducted ,have been removed, it the Daylight Grocery Co.,the NAACP Youth Council school teachers.in were Dr. _R. W.Puryear
Florida Normal
by one of the has been announced. .:makesv he ,following observations: Florida. of ;
visiting mini, sters, Laura It is obvious that, the letter 'defending Day Thirty-seven teach-. Mrs. A.B. Bolenpres-
who is-in attendance' Important Meeting S/r..f light's discriminatory! policy was not drawn era from 16 countiesin identMrs. Erroa Will- i
isms State supervisor
at thsTri-State. Meeting "committee" of Negro employees Florida completed ;
.V .Pr sbyt.rjonChurch up voluntarily by a v Kiss
Dorothy Kelly,
being held a .t tHelnselves, but instead was. promptedby the Workshop i n

Edward Waters College. Members are urged to .Notes the Management. It is easy to seetoothat Spanish Elementary division president) and( girl's Mrs.

/ Choir- #2 and Usher. attend an important :the workers who supposedly signed the statement School Teachers. The Louise chair-
i Board-#1 will serve meeting of did because have hammer instruction Taylor
Washington By L. N. PEARSON,SR.. so they a over was givento
of the
throughout the day. Lodge 380,Monay night, / their heads and acted out of sheer fear of assist in the.stateaide man camp committee

A.B.Houston- will July 22 at 8 p... in The Vacation Bible losing their jobs-which is only natural. Indeed program -
,) be in charge when the the Masonic. Temple Schoolunder t h esupervision it_ shows the squeeze that Daylight has

{1 A.C.E.League convenes 410 Broad St., Eugene of Rev.F. put on its Negro employees and is all the ICLASSIFIED'S'ECTT1ON: ;
i, at 5:30 p.m. SawyerWM, announced., D. Wilson closed Fri- more reason that they will need, the backing ;

.. dayJuly 14 with a of ,Negro citizens when and if it becomes nec- BOOM FOR RENT L FOR SALE
unique program. This essary to bring united action against Daylight ... .
Look.... Now Open f program ,was held in because of their failure to implement' a more Couple Only. All Modern HomesColored '

the open air on- the liberal employment policy. conveniences. Phone.. ,Sub-divislon.$300 doJUN
grounds of the new The statement admits that 75 percent of Daylight ELgin 5-7275 REAIOT-EL 3-7203.

NESBIT'S church site-at Cleve- 's' employees are Negroes who have advanced APT.FOR KIT

land and Wbodlawn, nail the way,to Market Managers". That ROOMS For RwtNICELY 5 BocB3.Apt.iia (dovn-
Roads. is- exactly right: they have advanced, -nton but V. stairs).Hice & Clean.
MR. NlSIITDonut FURNISHED
The participants on never become, "Market managers. Something is : Hot Water Heater and
&Sandwich Shop .. the program broughtout :radically wrong when Negroes compose 75 percent Rooms by Day,Nigh ,or Center Heater Fum.
the Week. Kites $1.03 to Kitchen Cabinets.Tile
very vividly of the working force. of Daylight and nota
units taught a nd 'single one 'is a General Store Manager ,and '$2.50 per night.SinsLe Bath.Sprayed 'for bugs

1305 W.: MYRTLE. AVE.. studied by: the? staff. there is;not; one Negro among the ,office per-, 'or Double. JOHNNIE once per month. Phone
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1Best Jesus Christ and sonnel'pifthe company. .ROOMING HOUSE. 710 W. PO 8-1760. 1030 West

Donuts & Hamburgers: Town everyone weeds: ,a It all,means that .the other 2; percent of .Ashley. EL _5-4025. 23rd Street."'"
church. This' was Daylightfs employees are white and they have

OPEN 5 AM. TL-12:00! PM.. brought out through better jobs get better pay etc., and bearingin FURNITURE BARGAINS ,

'4 creative activities' ', mind that there are Negro collegegraduates New and used furniture for every room.
'songs bible verses : working for Daylight in mediocre_ pos!tiona-. Also Refrigerators, Gas or Electric Ranges
and stories. This The statement that Daylight is not large
TVs, Washing Machines. Cash or Terns
MuIf program was conducted enough to afford a training program for Negroor Best Prices.
ty our own Felisa white employees is utterly ridiculous. How -

uIf Myrtle Ave and Adams PJidne It 4446$ "Villarin, daughter of large does, .a 'company have to be to be able to MODEL inrn STORE \ i iF
Mrs.Inns Villarinwho afford a training program? Daylight grosses ,
shows promise of a million dollars in the'Negro 2511 MAIN ST.
GENUINE PCNSACOLA over a a year BET. 15&16TH 51:
Larp Silver great future. comnnmiJy: ...and what's more there are smaller
j DRUM RED 5"c The Vacation Church companies putting :in training programs allover MADELINE'S COFFEE SHOP -. .

"1"ou f.::, /: rm.SNAPPER' t Jt 'School staff was under the country.Finally .' .. .
u. of the _1929 Kings Road Elgin 4-9962
-supervision we seriously doubt whether proofcan
LII o.,1.c following: Mrs. 'W.CS. be brought to show that Florida State Law -
The Elusive 9 ic Alexander, Mrs. T.V. requires the setting up of white and colored Will 8.. CfefW' Sundays

SPOTS SHE PHOS 1Jt HugerMrs.. D.Gadling, rest rooms.Daylightfs. .
t -35c u. Mrs.Irma VillarinMis statement which Negro employees Open Weekday

D. Z.Pearsonand Mrs. signed is -misleading- ,is',full ,of half truths .
Marion Aveilhe, and and poor excuses for maintaining a discriminatory MON-THURS.-7 A.M. TO 12 MIDNIGHT V

Mangrove .. 'i&1t Wlttr Rev.F.D.Wilaondirec1tor. _employment toward._ Negroes. ; FRIDAY AND SATURDAY A.M._ TP 2 A.M.*
The New Negro will not accept spending his
Wexish'to thank
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Y SNAPPER. ,IK: 49c .It1: the Vacation ,Church moneyat.- ;Daylight'ahi sit, idly by watchinghis REGULAR MEALS. SERVED. DAILY

. Speckled :, u,. 29- School for a good job people being relegated 'to inferior jobs t '
WITH FRESH VEGTABLES
W8U- one. based on race. We are demanding full rights .

TROUT Lb. 55c Shm.p1.ea., The' annual Beach CX&- fair and / TRY OUR HOT WEATHER SPECIAL
Otkkt Mm ter S.. WHITING ing will be held at treatment.JACKSONVILLE ....
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CATFISHLb.. 49c Thursday,July 27 from .- PREMIER
: 9:30 a.m.until 5 'P.R. .Singieton's Superior' .BaivBQ; .
of the
All children

_rr fOR STARTS 7 t G.DAYSIT Sunday School willgo "Has Just_ Received... .. MEAT MARKETS
i free. All non-mea-
r IURTJ.AleI5 TR bers riding the bva. ABIG. SHIPMENT OF RIBS AND BEEE ',NEW LOCATION IN OLD FARMER'S MARKET

"...,. w..w of...HAlOLD H CHt'S will cents pay each.a fare All adults of 50 BAR-B-Q.LOVERS WILL NOW GET ..FRYERS lie

the J UI9 saASes riding the bus. will MORE MEAT ON ALL ITEMS .
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PLUS, caxa3r pay $1.00 each.. Any : HAMS. ; : / 37PORK
contribution youwould = -
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like to make toward CHOPS.r: Be
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C l trip or any iteas of
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Li.
J refreshments. might I .. r BACON ENDS s Me
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loUII tlt give will be appreci- :
Wrt ACnlETI *T \ WHSAT TH y TUtiBAY' : -
.| >& C s wc.ruTim ricrvtB ated. L.tf.Pearson Jr. 35C '
is'cha1.rsan of this Only SPARERiBS : 2fc
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+ CHUCK BERRY IN "GO JOHNNY GO"RAHDOLPH project.The bus leaves ., -. -
SCOTT IN, WEST BOUW)11! ,the church at State -r -
let RUN HITMANATpiY OF A .PSICf and Laura at 9 a.ou I""r Now '
-.- ..'. GROUND BEEF -;; .
.YD E W '.ItfNIAT 1IITI THWIUln -iiiiiiMY"' The s uperintendent Yov Con Wfeslpwroits '.'.$::;t'r.. ,.-
I77Q Cash MomQn+ elI of the Siaxiay School, -1fI re'D.178. $ iijJ .

,I....MKr..y ..;..,.. .....- PUB CO-HITI T. V. Roger,announcea/ AuIJWArNO ICHS. ....lit SAUSAGE :-

I i ,.". .. :.......... .. -',- :-:_, that, beginning .inAugust .i.. _- W1ENERSVV.
; # Br the Sunday
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P.- .' ,it* aoothly aeiting *W OR Mue-.-o'stoner BEEF LIVER JVV ; ,

every third Tuesday 33ri&Me1riII 717'W. -- -, .
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'L. I. JaXofls Urged To_ Apply Now For Bowling Center'Jobs


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.SPORTII8IT I New $250,000 Bowling Plant

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IT IS, A CCmON+ THING to pick up a. 'newspaperand .-... : F 4
see some all-star or all-timetean selected 4 Q. EMPLOYMENT* OPPORTUNITIES
by ,someone, but there has never been one "0t.
that Is official. Here .,goes one 'that can no $ When Continental Bowling Enterprises of Houston -

wise be called official,,.but take a look and Texas opens their plush $250,000, 32-lane
see how you like it. This ,column goes all the I bowling emporium for .Northern Florida Negroes

way for this team- atchers, Josh. Gibson, Roy here in November, it will not only afford new
CsHpanellapitchersChet Brewer, Joe Williams vistas in healthy recreational pursuits for*
Joe Mendez '"Bullet" tRogan end Leroy !"Satchel" j entire families, organizationsand individuals

Paige; outfielder;Ospar CharlestonMelvin"PuttPowell .. i, but will alto been new employment opportunitiesfor
h _Pete Hill; infieldersDick Lundy, Buck .- t qualified Negroes

Leonardo Jackie Ro1ina.onBingo DeMossutility,, .<0 Atty.. Leander J.Shaw, .
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John Henry ''Lloyd ..- ;{ local representativefor fop 'Th'mclad I
MANY PRO, FOOTBALL PLAYERS will be recognizedfrom the corporation
their performances past years, but the stated this week that

fans will have to get acquainted with the new he will immediately .. ..,:... .. ......."11'''''': ',
\ teams for the 1961 seasonTVio outstanding players start' screening qualified : :.: : :/:,,: ?:<: :T"D' 'J.

who have made gridiron history through the, applicants seeking .;}:,:<<:}.,...''..',:' ." ..:... <..:..: }s'T: .. ;
will be eesri in action with teams. :<: :..: T. .
years new -r I full time employ- : ._ {
Joe "The Jet" Perry will be with the Baltimore PORGY AND BESS SINGERS AT FAMU-The famed Porgy and Bess.Singers re-; ment'at the new; facil-: i. .. ..1. .'"" '..
Colts and Mel will be at fullback fdr the Florida ., :. ''
Triplett : fleet their appreciation for the warm applause received by ity.Mr.Shaw said there : .
the Minnesota, Vikings. Of course there are A&M University listeners during a recent concert which was sponsored are openings for a .-

several others, but Triplett and'Perry are two by the FAMU lyceum committee Members of the touring group here are: manager,administrative ;I ,, .' /.,; .
of the most renowned of the crop. baritone and Levern Hutcherson, ", : :
Avon Long ;
Hawkins snack bar
'Lucia soprano; specialists, ; < .5P"
SELECTING AN ALL-TIME TEAK is likepicking the 'tenor. Seated at the piano fs: their accompanist. .... Benjamin. Gray... maintenance other : ...... .. u
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of the two Berra --.-. --- -. .
greater catchers Yogi ,or Roy t 4 personnel.Shaw < t' .
Campanella or first basemen, George 'Sisler or 3 WOMEN AtTACKEDSgregafed Today's Youth 1 further stated ?...
Lou Gehrig; second basemen Tony ..L a,Z Z e ri or that persons seeking
Charlie Gehringer third basemen, "Jumping"Joe Service Stations Problems Cited employment are not ,, L .

-Dugan; or Freddie Lindstrom;"Pee' Wee". Reese or necessarily requiredto .
Ernie Banks for 8hort top.Wh n' one. sums up _all college
Face State NAACP Protest By Dr. Smith possess
of the finer points of each player to prove *. degrees as long as
who is the greater of the _two, each one will TAMPA-The Florida State Conference or NAACF Y o i F they have .the necessary $
still have his own fans.The question still remains -, Branches today launched a statewide progran [ qualifications'

_ 'Who is the greater, of the two, or who aimed at elimination of racial discriminationat to efficiently carry, bx K ,
is the greatest of all? Service ,Stations operated by major oil companies. p-. out their assigned
TOE RAMPAGING CINCINNATI REDS are still going -. tasks. ki .
strong and not; one sign have they shown ,o f J, Hen and women inter- ;$ .b :

slowing down. During spring training, the Reds .The NAACP action came May Refire Mark ested in filing job
were the most pitiful looking creatures in the, .after a report that applications may con-
team in the Grapefruit r 't +AFF 11*
major leagues Every three :women traveling tact Atty. Shaw now

Circuit, Just pushed them around at will, bu t on U. S* highway 441 from, 9:3p amuntil .,>:....>,...._..''__.'"-n_ ._
manohman, look what they have been doing' were attacked, by a 5:30 p. in*, Mondays
since winning really means something. group of white men through Saturdays at
THE REDS HAVE ONLY TW REASONS why they .a re following an- effort Suite 208,the Masonic CHARLES FRAZIERbril-
aredefense and otfense.They have. 1 liant 220-yard dash-
on top-They to use a rest room at Temple,410 Broad st.,
strong pitching in Ken Hunts the rookie who is a Gulf Oil Station at Jacksonville, Fla. specialist from Texas
in his .first season as. a major leaguer; Joey the Intersection of DR. STANLEY SMITH When completed this Southern U., was a
Jay, who? was unloaded on the Reds by the Milwaukee 441 and State Road-. ...Advises Youth fallthe ultra-modern member of the U. S.
Braves is a 12-4 pitcherBob Purkeywhohas 192. 32-lane bowling emporium -- flashy 440-yard relay
a 11-4 record; Jim Maloney,. 5- 5 and Jim. The womenMrs.Lorene x e x ; t TIBKBGEE, ALA.-Addressing located in the team which set a new
two relief artistsBH1 some 150 worlds record in defeating
O'Toole the
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JohnsonMrs.J.P.Wyatt f vicinity of Edgewood
and Jim Brosnan. Henry has saved the day for delegates to the fifth the Russians
and Mrs M.D .Cameron. Avenue and Cleveland
the Reds 11 times and, Bros nan.13. times. annual Southeastern July 15-16 in Moscow..
were enroute to Atr Road promises to be
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The U. S. team stages
THE INFIKLD OF THE REDS with Gordy Coleman on lanta when they stopped of Jack and Jill of one of the finest meets in Pol and
at second baseEd at the station a- recreational facili- ,
Don Blassin-game
first base America Inc.
.. Doctor GermaRY'and :England
Kasko or Leo Cardenas at shortstop and Gene bout. 9:30.... p.m.. ,. o n s Stanley Smith, professor ties of its type in before returning hone.
-4 Freese at third base makes the going for the June 17.The attendant of sociology the South. t tt

opposition mighty tougft.The outfield_ with Frank began filling the car told his listeners,
xRobiiison, .328; Vada Pinson, .325; WaTLy Post with gas but refused- "You have a destiny.
.285; and that pinch hittiiig specialist Jerry to allow them to use In order to meet PHOTOGRAPHS .FOR

lynch, .333 am'with a capable catching department the rest room. this date, -you must "
,. the Reds have set the National League on The attendant removedthe project yourselvesinto EVERY OCCASION

fire. The big thing in Manager Fred.Hutchinson gas from the car the future so
favor is that he has some reliable r e place- at the demand of the that you can know,what Fortran Expert- Weddings Photography- Bamqoels

ments. women At another filling BABE RUTH you have to do today Passports & Identification Photo
THE JACKSONVILLE JETS will have a new managerHe station nearer to, ....Fitting'GestureA Airing. what problemsar Photostats & Commercial Work
will find the same thing Manager TmSaffell Kissinaee they were confronting to. 'Photos For Newspaper Cuts
bottom team .well load- movement is afootto While You Walt j
is leaving and that is a told that no gas was day's youth, Dr.Smith
ed with rookies. The youngsters seem willingand ayailable.Laterafterrunning retire once and continued," In this Coloring & Picture Photo FramingLet
Us Take A Of You
they seem to give all they have but they out of gas, for all Babe Ruth is age of conflict, ten-

Just, don* have what it takes. Most: of the old four or five white record of 60homerimawhich sion and complexity, In Natural Color -
regulars with the experience have gone by way menone of them wear- he made during 'these problems are rotdeminishing J. AVERY '
of the axe. They have been-chopped off and' the ing a Gulf service the 1927 baseball -they are*
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rookies are left to struggle along. -Those who attendants unif rm, season.Ruth also made mounting." '"
have not been chopped off have been called up attacked them his mark 'during a,154 Advising that teen- ftA KINGS ROID. -- NEXT TO EWC .LIBRARl .

by Houston., In a report 'to Mrs. game season. With the agers live"purposeful1* Phone EL 4-7695 For Appointments
BASEBALL FANS DOfl T ASK, if the Jets won anymore Ruby Hurley, S.E Regional addition already of lives to combat these .
they want+ to know how badly were they Secretary 'at extra teams' in, ttye problems said most '/ '. -'. -
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beaten. When a fan attends the game with the AtlantaGa, they reported American League and. great men 'a c hiev e: ; ..
Jets at home and is asked hew did he enjoy the! that a Florida others joining the; greatness through"prespiration"ornQik. ,. .= .{
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game, his answer is,- the cool breeze out there Highway patrolman who National 62, many: -:' :" '
was enjoyable. came on the scene refused think that B a be's '- : ';';
to give aid and record made during a : >'fl ;
IS CALLED "The Great ,Mexican Sport"because f". r:,
BASEBALL ,prevented a truck driver shorter playing sea- FLORIDA STARIN "
everybody plays it. .Everywhere one from helping the: son should! be retired.Be .
turn when the weather gets' wars, he can see a stranded trio.Protesting EVERY
ball: gamerin a good "sport". ,
progress. SposraJToulh
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SaunItT. you COLORED HOME ;
Rev. A. Leon Lovry: ..* -i".r1ft;.l'
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president of the .-- .- ..:--
Florida State C o inference You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get \ ; P .
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H. N* Kirkman, LOW PRICESOn ,
of ths Florida Highway!
patrol :at Tallahassee

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y be conductedto .
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and to reprimand ,

MAKES Jf!SKIN BLEACHES him could"s be o no.that reoccurrence there Trade.With Yew Neighborhood Drug Store

OLD FASHIONED of the incidnt.: : WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISED:

The.NAACP. is preparing IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS 1400 WRHC 1400
letters t o be 6i
Skit, 1 44. ,, sailed: to each major i -FEATURES-
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Rudolph and the scintillating 'performance of- .

the ..4OQ- tre relay tseaths: touring U.S.track KA16AS CUT, M).-Grueling attained a relatively

.and field venst team, paced by-. top Negroathlate.defeated 1 vt rare distinction of winning both the
Russians best', during. the:'two ; >, .>t I 'ten batting and team'fielding chaapioneMpe4 of'

day meet in Lenin Stadit (JtOjr 15-16) 124-H1., the National. Athletic Intercollegiate Association

but their feminine copnterparEsjbored. to, the,' for f&L, according to final small-college
K1>>crr:1'te"vomen 69-39. statistics released'by NAIA director '
publicity.:.
, ;During the first of 27 feetl3/4 :inches* P Joe- Axelson.-

dayfs events, Frank .Igor Terovanesyan of ... Inconspicuous w hen finished' a four-
Btrid of Vlllanova U. Russia wear farback. a + the season s t arted way tie' for first

holder of the world .with a 2"6-3 1 a rk.'John ., ,: the T1gera(25-Sd) place .in'_ three-base
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100 metre markpaced Thomas of' Boston aerated su f f ici ent hits i With six .

the U. S. to a new U. :mss again:; exuberance, speed afoot Slugger Tbmmie Agee'

world record in the forced to bow t o sndbattlng powerto finished third 1'n,'

400-metre relays. d Russian high juaper ,', a a:w'. si'+ Y, garner team hitting .hitiing.500)and( third
G .a' :>
Mad aided and abetted Valery Brunei who J ,v; a?., honors with (a .362 1n'homers with. aeven. ;

by schoolmate Paul leaped to a new world 1':; ave;&g8.Tqq collect ' DraytonChuck Frazier mark. of 7 feet 4 5- : a ed ':#8 h1.ts-in'; 741 '.i ais: four-' maStbrd.to .

,and Adolph Pltmner. Inches in the running i tim.l.at bat;. .: :grab the fourth."spot :'
Ralph Boston of Tenn. high jiflp I TRIO OF STARS-The Pirates' Roberto Clementeleft) Willie Mays of the Colo radaS; f "'t, a te, 'and Charles H a'rris;

MI, holder of the Olympic triplegold Giants and the Braves Hank Aaron placed together a 10th inning: hit-, Gree1i"yfinished second'': 't bedeviled the,'opposi-:

world running broad medal winner Wilma ting attack to give the National League top selectees a 5-4 win over' with $:*:3Z-;',Averagej tion with! 20 stolen

jump>> records' smashedhis Rudolph 'of'Tenn. A&I the American league All-Stars July 11 at Frisco Candlestick Park. Gramhlla; S WA Cchaapa /: bases 'toy;:rarik, fifth

own mark for the easily showed h er Aaron opened the inning with' a pinch single and went to second on apassed .Qomnitted only:;: nationally.:*_
third time this summer heels to the Russian ball, and scored on Kays bounding double to left field.Clamente 27 errors" in 528 put': Agee,. .Harris and

after committing afoul 'women in winning the singled to right scoring Maya from'second with the winning run outs .fo*::a.974. fielding >.. catcher.. lel Tin Bell

on an earlierattempt lOO-metreduh. ': ": 'i1 med to the
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soared to a The American.teams. I. I. I Wins SE Championship .I I Ix Pac;..fic: 'L u th eranv'; NAIA, ''all-star. team.
fantastic leap coached fleming : '
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An impressive addition -
to team honors
Circle
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lisfon were the individual
b, Sonny ;Z. CHICAGO-Rated as two
hf titles won by pitcher TIGER BURNS YANKS
of the fastest men in Clyde Parquet and
Is 'Suspended DETROIT-It all started -
y sat college football last y r! leftfielder Perry Mc- :
year; George Flemingof 'Gee. during the 1951

Washington's. Parqueta right hand- World's Series game
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Bowl champions a nd against the larks when
PHILADElPHIATold ," er,sought by at least '
that he may apply for Syracuse Art1i ker eight major le ague Monte Irving suprised
reinstatementnat such of Cotton Bowl fame n clubshad thenationfs the Bronx Bomers by
will play with the successfully stealing
i time as you have re- lowest earned run
College All-Stars in home against them.Rur
habilited yourself average--0.66. H e
shown ;you have respect their annual meeting fanned 98 batters in years later, the same

for the law," No. 1 with the pro-champions JAXON BOB WATKBB, veteran aquaplane acing 55 innings fort 16.1 feat was duplicatedwhen
Philadelphia' Eaglesin ,enthusiast, won the Southeastern Championship
heavyweight contender strikeouts per contest Jackie Robinson
grand trophy during the recent 7th annual boat !
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the annual game I .
.Charles(Sonny, ). Listen achieved the sam e
races sponsored last at
July 4 Christopher'sPier.
here Friday night.. '
was indefinitely suspended McGee- a freshman, strategy
August 4.Fleming. Witnessed by a large turnout of fans, -..
following a
the successful event was sponsored by the New
the who set: a

L.txni.... .IL ........-a-..'. ..- Pennsylvania long hearing by Boxing Rose Bowl record by Berlin Outboard Motor Club,RAEIA Temple of the :: 7:' k4'
; Mystic Shrine and the Florida Voters Educational
(CHINK) SCOTT,ex- Commission last Friday kicking a 44yard ,
West Philadelphia High week field goal paced the Association.Clowns a

k School and Portland Idston, who has had Huskies to Rose.. Bowlvictories"0v8rWiacon 5 Make?*$*your$*-W$

University cage star, several brushes with Place Watch This down Face Fee)

was No.1.draft, choice the lac:in Philadelphia .son and Minnesota in ;: :; COMFORTABLE
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of the Detroit Pistons reportedly receivedhis '59 and 60, and last $50,000 Tag >

for the 1961-62 National -. suspension for season was named one 210-74-31 and
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Basketball Association i actions detremental of the game'. two most On Rookie 2 1 t, :

season.Scott ,to boxing and the outstanding players r :
played in the Eastern 'publicw" He stands 511" and TNDIANAPOLIS-Accord- 4 '2.

League last 'season weighs ,190-pounda. ing to sports author- 6 3 i

Baker, standing at 6 ity Syd Pollock, the 14-=9-l.J9, / I N
feet and weighing 220 Indianapolis Clowns
WHEN YOU ARE ILL 45726257SOm.Nlsn
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., Get Experienced Pti&rmtdfttato Collegiate Athletic year old rookie catcher H.'odds, subtract'
Fill Your Prwcriptkes Association wrestling Paul Casanova H..works It an ........ :+ K,.

According To Your Doctor's champ. and also stars The 6'4W, 190pound ODUr

: Order. We Us* Only In the low hurdles. youth recently replaced MM' bij/y If your druggist cannot supply you SUAVING POWDER 0.
Tfe. Beet Quality Drug". At (Iron Man) Joe Ant '['SEND SI for these MAGIC TEAM MATES P.O.Box 3457,F3'Savannah.Ca.)
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Banks Returns
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CALLED FOE AND DELXVZBKD. Chicago Cubs short power July
his
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gained 'deep'respect Post Office Box 561
game break due to an from, opponents with Jacksonville 1, Fla
cool !
injured knee which he his quick :reflexes ,on N..s keep.5
has been coddling
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for the past six .. -
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TRAM YOURSCLF Player; award on two- ." K,. '1947, Kegro baseball GBH .':

consecutive occs.loosdespite _._ players: have established :_

For A the club ELGH BAHOB already &.1 1-: tine .....
I ., Paying Profession second division standings an all-time cage great records either on defense '9a,,,_Y

recently signed a or offense for
In 26 W.. s #:.' *
; : Holder' of theKe&kxmlLetgue'8 $250,000 fiveyear every position on the -

.w.uthrnmN < : goat homers aby ccotract with the LosAafelec baseball di"OQd.

.':);' ;wi.'R. Are. .: < i>,A. .'*' ''-.: a shortstop, snksis Kfttio&al lakers Basketball of the These heroics have (mix'or 01?.'s gin in a ttl/
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ri.... :.. ". ,I' .AT ..., 7". T.;'k.r'jJ ." .......... .:.keeeect. 'stalest 'of of Seattle ecadbef Jackie Bobinsoo

', ,- : opposing 'players in All: Jteerican' :Baylor Ernie: Benks, 'NlllleIfeys COTUII> UMM DH c* es KJIW.man wsnut nan turn,w woor..CQitqrimcataLiTa.iata.iJ.riS6ccTCfB.ii. .
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