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Title:
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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English
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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Jacksonville Fla
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July 28, 1962
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weekly
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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

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

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

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
July 28, 1962
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:
UF00028362:00621

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oiJJiIXED Probe Oi axons 9 Death Being Sought Local NAACP Win TheatrOImprovement Demands;


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: BY US COURT r (b > ::1I .Et" A decisive meeting was held last Monday afternoon

;'t'' between members of the local NAACP and executivesof
the theatre chain who and Strand
... ... ... ... ... ... ... ..... ..... ..... ..... s ,.} Roosevelt and Drive-in own theatres operate in a last-ditch the1

", nr Jailed In Albany, Ga. lndkatkHis That Jax MM Died xF effort to reach some accord in the dispute arising

I v After ,Lifting Of Injunction As Resvlt Of Beatings By Guards ..... ,. from to NAACP standard.demands that .the theatres. be. broughtup .

ALBANY, Ga.---The suspension of an order issued In the week since his sudden death out at tha The noonday meeting
last Friday by a federal Judge banning mass county prison farm, certain | ******
demonstration evidence .has. come t > held at St. Stephen AME
//t by Negroes here was set aside by another light which strongly indicates {hat '34-t ar0Id =fib Church, climaxed a long Jax Woman

federal'Judge Tuesday, and as a result, police ar- ,Sammy Smith Sanders died as a result of being. period of protests by the
rested 40 Negroes who resumed demonstrations in the brutally beaten at both city prison and county r i t 5 local Branch to Robert Reported MissingRelatives
streets here Tuesday night. work farm. \( Baum
operator of threeof
... ... ... '.... and numerous
In view of the strong the city's four theatres -.
xt friends are expressinggrave
Setting. aside, of the In- march downtown where possibility that Sanders' signs that he had suffered "q for Negroes.The concern over the
Juction preventing Negroes some 40 of them were death was a result of severe physical punishment ry.x x branch protested the mysterious dissappearanceof
Jailed. prison brutality, con- before' ; shabby run-down and
seeking to end segregation he died. r r ,.. Mrs. Bertha (Sweetie)
practices here Local police had designated stituting a violation of "I don't think:'1',11 generally unhealthy con- Thompson, 66, 706 MarketSt.
was ordered by Chief an area which was civil rights, the Florida dition of the Strand
ever forget the.look -
of ., who left her grandmother's
ftott limits' Star is urging the Department > o'o 3 Roosevelt and Drive-in
Judge Elbe t Tuttle of supposedly guilt on that ,prison home in Thomas-
the U.S. 5th Circuit to the marchers, and the of justice to clerk's facei/,'' Mrs. r' :: ::: k' ; theatres. Baum, who ville Ga. at noontime
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Court of Appeals. Judge 40 who ccutinued' beyond order a probe into the Waters remarked in her T. ::....J: ilGf- 4U,=, .u:.z..L..i.J:: .kc:#: 0"0.rw;.44 ya:v::, ,,-, leases the theatres from July 15 and has vanished
Tuttle s bearing was held that point were hustled death. statement. "It was all Consolidated Enterprises, without leaving a clueas
in Atlanta. off to Jail. Mrs. Elizabeth Waters AN ARROUSED PUBLIC is demanding that proper pointedly ignored all
over his face that he to her whereabouts.
Last Friday Judge During an earlier mass and Mr. James Bryant, knew exactly' what had authorities investigate the strange death of requests suggestions and According to a close
Robert Elliott of COlum- rally. Dr. Martin Luther both first cousins of the happened to Sammy." Sammy Smith Sanders who was found unconscious ina protests for a clean-up relative who had visited
,
bus granted a temporary King Jr.--civil rightsleaderrevealed dead man, quoted an uni- Besides Mrs. Waters. *and jail cell and later died. There is widespread program.On Thomasville in the com-

injunction to local city that dentified prison farm Mr. Bryant Sanders is belief that Sanders was brutally beaten as shown Friday, July 20, pany of the missing woman
officials upon the plea court action was forthcoming clerk as admitting that survived fath- by the possible concusions on his forehead and pickets appeared before
by an aged Mrs. Thompson
appeared -
..that..the'mass demonstrations ijjuth.e", Alban; .Sanders:..was, ..'beaterf jjp* !. .er..wb ..lspresAtlaninmate the battered condition of his eyes and features. __ the Strand and Roosevelt in her usual good

might create possible movement. when he got here7 in a local old ES mIi Ia' Dual School Plan Theatres. Business fell health, and had not shown
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racial disorders! Sanders who was arrested folks home. f oft so rapidly that the any traces of undue con- _
and violence in July 12 for drunken Monday meeting was call-
the leader SeeksUpgradilg Sanders was a three-year Reversed By Appeals CourtNEW cern or worry.
city. and disorderly con- ed. Besides Baum, Arv
veteran of the u. S. Between 11 and 12 o'
Judge Tut'tle s stay of duct, was sentenced the Rothschild, presidentof clock
For Army. ORLEANS---A Florida District Court Judge's noon time. July 15.
the injunction came next day to serve 20 days Consolidated Enterprises the relative
t approval of a desegregation plan for Escambia Coun- stated Mrs.
shortly after Albany at the prison farm. A and M. Ezell
Negro Applicant ty and pensacola was reversed Tuesday by the u. S. Thompson carrying a
Mayor Asa Kelley jr. told certain 'trulking city 5th Circuit Court of Appeals. general manager of the brown suitcase quietly

him that the injunctionban MIAMI Seeking higher prison guard known onlyas NAACP ProtestsNegro's Stating that it was probably business combine, were left the home without

might bring on a level positions for Negro "iron Man" has been too late for its Georgia Wants present at the meeting. informing her relativesof
crisis in this city. applicants because the accredited with thorough. Slaying plan to take effect this Rutledge Pearson, presi- her intenti ons.

The federal Jurist race spends a large ly beating Sanders before fall the appeals court Death Sentence dent of the local NAACP At that time, she was
countered that the the victim's trans By Ga. COD called for elimination of headed a delegation of reported to be attired ina
amount of money with the
federal court had no apparently company. Rev. Edward T. fer to th3 work farm. dula school districts For Negro Youth youth group members. grey plaid dress and

had no jurisdiC- Graham last week began "iron Man," accordingto ATLANTA-W. W. Law, based on race" startingin AUGUSTA. Ga. The state The meeting ended with wore white shoes.

tion to entertain the talks with officials of former inmates of president of the NAACP the fall of 1963. has asked, for the death the theatre group agree- Mrs. Thompson' s description -
suit. Judge Tattle' further city prison, is a giantof ing to begin "major follows
Georgia State Conferenceand : complexion
stated that his the Bell Telephone Co. In its sweeping directive penalty for a 20-year old
a man who expresses Georgia NAACP Field court renovation and ..repairs' brown; height, around
decision did not regarding the hiring of: the appeals Negro youth who faces '
Federal judge Robert prevent .Negroes in key positions. hatred for Negroes by Secretary Vernon E.Jordanjr.have ordered the district trial with eight other if the pickets were five feet: weight. 107

Elliott from holding a Rev. Graham's reported< brutalizing Negrp prisoners. vigorously court to approve a revised defendants in the fatal called off. This was not pounds; hair short
protested the "un which would agreed to by the NAACP. cropped with. mi xed
of
hearing.Monda. ,. meeting with the company plan shooting a white youth
Despite 'beaten up" lawful unwarranted, include elimination of April Pearson stated that the co lor s.
Led by (white) Marvin s employment manager 19 during violent
Rich New york of the revealed that the official condition when he arrived vicious slaying" the one additional gradea racial disturbances here. pickets would be called This is the first time

Congress of Racial was knowly 01 at the work farm, Grady Ross, a Negro year after 1963. and In his opening chargeto off when actual repairsand that Mrs. Thompson has

Equality and Rev. W.H. otherwise unaware of the Sanders was again allegedly citizen of McRae Ga. would also include the a 12-menuall white-- renovations got, un- ever been reported

Holloway of Albany some number of 'Negroes employed severely beaten-- by a McRae policeman, elimination of assignmentof jury Sol. Gen. George derway. missing the relative
200 hymn singing Negroes by the company. this time ,fatally--by an Bobby Hancock. principals, teachers Hains asked for a guilty The picketing endedon continued. '
yet the official was unable angry guard. 'I saw The NAACP has urged and other school administrative verdict with no strings Monday evening when When in 1homasvt lIe. she
Bromine Gas to give Rev. Graham this guard pistol-whipp immediate investigation 'personel on a attached against all nine workmen appeared and began occasionally did light

the total number of Negroes Sanders about his head by the u. S. Departmentof racial basis. defendants. repairing a floor in housework on an hourly

leak Victims currently employed.Rev. and face, an eyewitness Justice into this Under a plan approved Georgia law states thata the lobby area of the basis.

Graham was also is reported to mockery of sound law by U.S. District Judge death sentence is Strand Theatre. Persons having knowledgeof
Are HospitalizedValentine told that Negroes couldbe have confided to his enforcement." both city Harold Carswell of Tal- mandatory! if a Jury returns "This is all part ofa Mrs. Thompson s whereabouts -

upgraded but the of- friends after his release and county officials lahassee. the Escambia a conviction of clean up campaign," are requested to

Lockley, 32. ficial was also unableto last week. "I denied NAACP requestsfor School Board had assigned guilty with recommendations Pearson stated,later this immediately contact the
of 3181 Bras Que Drive and disclose the number or was shackled in my cell an inquest, an autopsy 13 Negro pupilsto of mercy. week. "it's time that nearest Police Department -

Amos Tonsil' 31. of 5252 type of key positions in and I saw the whole or any Investigation attend eight formerly The first defendant business men in this- missing person's

Polen. were listed in which Negroes were em- thing.And after the guard of the brutal kill- all-white schools for the Frank Dumas jr., police city stopped trying to bu reau

fair condition at Brew- ployed. .beat Sanders to the ing. coming fall term., said admitted that he make sub-standard citizens
ster Hospital Wednesday When the company repre- ground, he dragged him With no action on the '!appeals court said and another youth fireda out of Negroes' by *

after being hospitalized sentative told Rev. over to my cell and part of city or county that although Escambia .38 calibre pistol forcing them to accept
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frcm being overcome by Graham that the company threw him in, and said official, no Negro County 1iad now gone a Into a. car in which the sub-standard facili-

Bromine gas Monday. goes along with the 'Pick, 'in up!',. I told citizen can be assured considerable part of the slain youth Lesley Lee ties."

Lockley; and 'Tunsil were custom of a community him to pick Sanders up of equal protection in way toward compliancewith Luttes, 16, and two Hoisiig Aebliisfrofor IsIN

among the 30-odd personsInjured tie' was told that Negroes himself because he was the community and Justice desegregation of the others were riding duringa

by gas seeping were an integral part dead. I could see he cannot be secured without public schools...we are drive through a negro
from a transfer line ati of the community and also was dead." the intervention of the forced to conclude that section. The white youths

:the Glidden Paint Co.'sof it was Rev. Graham'sdetendnatton Sanders, a slightly- Justice Department, Association it has not gone far had an air rifle and, a

organic chemical division to see that built man with a recordof spokesmen enough. bag of rocks in their
ion I. 61st St. at about terms of the committeeon alcholism, reportedly charged. car. liD
-.6: 15 p.m.Escaping. a 2 Temps Yottb Negroes
government contracts started talking in ran- An
.... Park Sails
gas censed the
would be dom the TUes-
complied with. way during
evacuation of soae 1.000 It was also reported day evening meal. Although Fond Gwihy Are Charged l Ii BIRMINGHAM. Ala. --- w

persons in the norther that Rev. Graham's next probably sufferingthe GARY Ind. Following Bessemer Negroes con- r K '+

Jacksonville and Duval meeting with a ccapany effects of the Intense and organized bbb.rySlayigTAMPAFirst stutional right to inte-

County to Nassau County officio is with the employment sarlier beating, he was protest by Negro citizensof degree grate the city* s parks
same two hours later, the aanager. nonetheless locked in an this city, a Federal Border charges were and recreational facilI-

evacuees returned to isolation cell. it was Grand jury recently found levied against two 19-- ties were upheld last
their hone when the *
week by U. S. District
later that night that a two white policemen
old
year Negro youths DISTINGUISHED COMPANY---Dr. Robert C. Weaver
danger was reported over.. Judge M. HObart Grooms.
Reports disclose that SuppiitYwr1A4cP > pare reportedly decidedto guilty of police brutality Tuesday. (right) is the 47th Spin gam Medalist of the National -
"quiet" him as he for the 1961 floggingand Although he denied an
the bromine was being Police reported that Association for the Advancement of Colored
transferred from a tank paced about the cell beating of a.35yearold ,Alpbonso Brown and Harry order to desegregate People. The cherished honor, given yearly for

car to a storage-tank at talking to himself. Negro. ntherspoon participated; housing, judge Croons "aerit and achievement among American Negroes,"
the time the incident oc- AM! pronounced dead on arrival Although many dtarces' of ia a Saturday robbery issued his decision fol- was bestowed by Earl B. Schwulst, chairman of the
curred. at Duval Medical brutality have been 'which resulted in thedeath Itiwing daylong hearing Board of Directors of the Bowery Savings Bank of

Hospitalized along with Center, Sanders' death leveled at Gary*,,s police of Tampa storekeeper on the three-year old Mew. York City. Dr. Weaver, administrator of the
teraed "due to force by: Negro ortvaisationi. suit seeking the end Lockley and Tunsil was was Sidney Seller tad Federal Housing and Home Finance Agency, was
John Avercash. I L.LI. natural causes" by a this is said .to, be Willie Smith jr. the radal -segregated prac- *Vioneer role in the development and advocacy -
30, of h L ........... for his
5306 Baycrest Road who .. .. .Bi.....y county Medical exaainer. the first time ,a' grwd third alleged robber tices of'the city parks, of the democratic 'doctrine of 'open occupancy -
victim's jury found aay. of. tfce al swlaaing pools, play- '
was confined at St. However, the ;seine was shot in a gun in housing."
Lukc. a. bead and face showed leged off.d.r.. _It,.: battle by Selzer. grotad and. city housing.
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w O Probe Of! Jaxon s Death Being Sought Local NAACP Win Theatre Demands;

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1 i-). Malor Improvement Work StartedA

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;, IXED BY r L- decisive meeting was held last Monday afternoon
between members of the local NAACP and executivesof
5 y the theatre chain who own and operate the-Strand
. Roosevelt and Drive-in theatres in last-ditch
.i ; a
"nBgroes Jailed II Albany, Ga. Indications Thai Jax Man Died effort to reach some accord in the dispute arising

After ,Lifting Of Injunction As Result Of Beatings By Guards ... ; from to NAACP standard.demands that .the theatres. be. broughtup .

.ALBANY,: Ga.---The suspension of an order issued In the week since his sudden death out at thk The noonday meeting,
last Friday by a federal judge banning mass demonstration county prison farm, certain evidence has. .come't, held at St. Stephen AME ******
by Negroes here' was set aside by another light which strongly indicates that '34tear'0Id'Sammy 1 Church, climaxed a long Jax Womao

federal-Judge Tuesday, and as a result, police arrested Smith Sanders died as a result. of being, period of protests by the
40 Negroes who resumed demonstrations in the brutally beaten at both city prison and county 1- V local Branch to Robert Reported Missing
streets here Tuesday night. work farm.
,. .....-. ......... ............ r Baum operator of threeof Relatives and numerous
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In view of the strong the city's four thea-'
friends are expressinggrave
Setting, aside of the in- march downtown where possibility that Sanders signs that he had suffered -' tres for Negroes.The concern over the
juction preventing Negroes some 40 of them were death was a result of severe physical, pun- branch protested the mysterious dissappearanceof

seeking to end segregation Jailed. prison brutality, con- ishment before'he died. shabby, run-down and Mrs. Bertha (Sweetie)

practices here Local police had designated stituting a violation of "I don't think' I'll. generally unhealthy con- Thompson, 66, 706 MarketSt.
was ordered by Chief an area which was civil rights, the Florida ever forget the look' ; of, dition of the Strand ., who left her grandmother' -
supposedly 'off limits" Star is urging the Department .i Roosevelt and Drive-in
Judge Elbe t
Tuttle
of guilt that :
on ..prison'clerk's : s home in Thomas-
the U.S. 5th Circuit to the marchers, and the of justice to face} Mrs. a \i: ;' ; theatres. Baum who ville, Ga. at noontime
Court of Appeals. 40 who continued beymd order a probe into the. t ; \: : 'i :;;'; leases the theatres from
Judge death. Waters remarked in her ," "'w ..,., ,<;" :....'"' <::.t.u July 15 and has vanished
Consolidated
Tuttle bearing was held that point were hustled statement. "It was all Enterprises, without leaving a clueas
in Atlanta. off to Jail. Mrs. Elizabeth Waters AN ARROUSED 'PUBLIC Is demanding that proper pointedly ignored all
over his face that he to her whereabouts.
Last Friday, JUdge During an earlier mass and Mr. James Bryant, knew exactly what had authorities investigate the strange death of requests, suggestions and According to a close
Robert Elliott of Colum- rally Dr. Martin Luther both first cousins of thE happened to Sammy." Sammy Smith Sanders who was found unconscious ina protests for a clean-up relative who had visited
bus granted a temporary King Jr.--civil rightslead'errevealed dead man, quoted an uni- Besides Mrs. Waters4 and Jail cell ,and later died. There is widespread program.On Thomasville in the com-
that dentified prison farm belief that Sanders was brutally beaten as shown
injunction to local city Friday, July 20,
Mr. Bryant, Sanders is pany of the missing woman -
officials upon the plea; court action was forthcoming clerk as admitting thatSanders survived by an aged fath- by the possible concusions on his forehead and pickets appeared before Mrs. Thompson appeared -

.that_the=mass demonstra- in the, Albany ,,was, "be- !!_up- .er-wh9,.is! .Rres WI;:any the battered condition of his eyes and features. the Strand and Roosevelt in her usual good
tions might create pos' movement. when he got here. "' inmate in a local old r "Escambia's Dual School Plan Theatres. Business fell health and had not shown
sible racial disorders Sanders, who was arrested folks home. a off so rapidly that the any traces of undue concern .1
and violence in the July 12 for drunken Monday meeting was call-
Leader SeeksUpgrading Sanders was a three-year Reversed By Appeals CourtNEW or worry.
city. and disorderly con- ed. Besides Baum, Arv
veteran of the
u. S. Between 11 and 12 o'
Judge Tut'tle s stay of For duct, was sentenced the Army. ORLEANS---A Florida District Court judge's Rothschild, presidentof clock noon time. July 15.
the injunction next day to serve 20 days. Consolidated Enterprises -
came 1 approval of a desegregation plan for Escambia Coun- the relative stated Mrs.
shortly after at the prison farm. A and Ezell
Albany M.
Negro Applkants ty and pensacola was reversed Tuesday by the u. S. Thompson carrying a
Mayor Asa certain :diking city general of the
Kelley Jr. told 5th Circuit Court of Appeals. manager brown suitcase quietly
him that the injunctionban MIAMI Seeking higher prison guard known onlyas NAACP ProtestsNegro's Stating that it was probably business combine, were left the home without

might bring on a level positions for Negro "iron Man" has been too late for its Georgia Wants present at the meeting. informing her relativesof
crisis in this city. applicants because the accredited with thoroughly Slaying plan to take effect this Rutledge Pearson, presi- her intenti ms.

The federal jurist race spends a large beating Sanders before fall, the appeals court Death Sentence dent of the local NAACP At that time, she was
countered that the amount of money with the the victim's trans- By Ga. Cop called for elimination of"dula headed a delegation of reported to be attired ina
federal court had no apparently company Rev. Edward T. fer to th3 work, farm. school districts For Negro YouthAUGUSTA youth group members. grey plaid dress and
had no Jurisdic- "Iron Man," accordingto ATLANTA---W. W. Law, based race" startingin The meeting ended with wore white shoes.
Graham last week began on Ga. The state
tion to entertain the talks with officials of former inmates of president of the NAACP the fall of 1963. has asked, for the death the theatre group agree- Mrs. Thompson s descrip-
suit. Judge Tuttle fur- city prison, is a giantof ing to begin 'major tion follows
State Conferenceand
Georgia : complexion
directive
ther stated the Bell Telephone Co. In its sweeping penalty for a 20-year old
that his
a man who expresses Georgia NAACP Field renovation and ,repairs" brown; height, around
court
decision did not regarding the hiring of the appeals Negro youth who faces '
Federal prevent Negroes in key positions. hatred for Negroes by Secretary Vernon E. ordered the district trial with eight other if the pickets were five feet; weight 107
judge ,
Robert
brutalizing Negro prisoners. Jordanjr.have vigorously defendants called off. This was not pounds; hair short
Elliott from holding Rev. Graham's reported court to approve a revised in the fatal
a protested the "un agreed to by the NAACP. Cropped with mixed
hearing Monday. meeting with the company plan which would shooting of a white youth
Despite his'beaten up" lawful, unwarranted, include elimination of April Pearson, stated that the co 10 rs.
Led by (white) Marvin s employment manager 19 during violent
condition when he arrived vicious slaying" of pickets would be called This is the first time
Rich New York, of the revealed that the official the one additional gradea racial disturbances here.
Congress of Racial was knowly or at the work farm, Grady Ross, a Negro year after 1963 and In his opening chargeto off when actual repairsand that Mrs. Thompson has
Equality and Rev. w.H. otherwise unaware of the Sanders was again allegedly citizen of McRae, Ga. would also include the a 12-men--all white- renovations got underway. ever been reported

Holloway of Albany, some number of 'Negroes employed severely beaten-- by a McRae policeman, elimination of assignmentof jury Sol. Gen. George missing the relative
this time fatally--by an Bobby Hancock. The picketing endedon co ntinu ed. '
200 hymn singing Negroes by the company principals, teachersand Hains asked for a guilty
yet the official was unable angry guard. "I saw The NAACP has urged other school administrative verdict with no strings Monday evening when When in Thomasville, she
Bromine to give Rev. Graham this guard pistol-whipp immediate investigationby 'personel on a attached against all nine workmen appeared and began occasionally did light
the total number of Negroes Sanders about his head the u. S. Department racial basis. defendants. repairing a floor in housework on an hourly

Leak Victims currently employed.Rev. and face, an eyewitness of justice into this Under a plan approvedby Georgia law states thata the lobby area of the basis.
Graham was also is reported to mockery of- sound law U.S. District judge death sentence is Strand Theatre. Persons having knowledgeof
Are HospitalizedValentine told that Negroes couldbe have confided to his enforcement." both city Harold Carswell of Tallahassee mandatory if a, jury returns "This is all part ofa > Mrs. Thompson' s whereabouts -

upgraded, but the of- friends after his release and county officials the Escambia a conviction of clean up campaign," are requested to
Valentine. Lockley, 32, ficial was also unableto last week. 'I denied NAACP requests School Board had assigned guilty with recommendations Pearson stated,later'this Immediately contact the
of 3181 BrasQue Drive and disclose the number or was shackled in my cell for an inquest, an autopsy 13 Negro pupilsto of mercy. week. "it's time that nearest Police Department -
Amos Tunsil, 31, of 5252 type of key positions in and I saw the whole or any investigation attend eight formerly The first defendant, business men in this- : mssik g person's
Polen were listed in which Negroes were em thing.And after the guard of the brutal kill- all-white schools for the Frank Dumas Jr., police city stopped trying to reau
fair condition at Brew- ployed. beat Sanders to the ing. coming fall term.. said, admitted that he make sub-standard citizens -
ster Hospital Wednesday When the company repre- ground, he dragged him With no action on the 'nleappeals court said and another youth fireda out of Negroes by *

after being hospitalized sentative told Rev. over to my cell and part of city or county that although Escambia .38 calibre pistol forcing them to accept
*
froa being overcome by Graham that the company threw him in, .and said, official, no Negro County 1iad now gone a Into a car in which the sub-standard facili
Bromine gas Monday. goes along with the Pick im up|'.. I told citizen can be assured considerable part of the slain youth. Lesley Lee ties.! _
Lockley and Tunsil were custom of a community him to pick Sanders u p o f equal protection in way toward compliancewith Lu ttes 16, and two s Adthistrator1sQj
among the 30-odd persons he was told that Negroes himself because he was the community and justice desegregation of the others were riding duringa

injured by gas seeping were an integral part dead. I could see he cannot be secured, without public schools...we are drive through a negro }
from a transfer line ati of the community and also was dead." the intervention of the forced to conclude that section. The white youths .
jthe Glidden Paint co.'s it was Rev. Graham s Sanders, a slightly- Justice Department Association it has not gone far had an air: rifle and a' Y
-organic chemical division determination to see that built man with a recordof spokesmen enough. bag of rocks in their
jon I. 61st St. at about terms of the committeeon alcholisa, reportedly iharged.Polkenten. car. Win
-8: 15 p.m.Escaping. government contracts started talking in a ran Are 1r.3pG Youtks Negroes
gas caused the would be complied with. dom way during the Tues 2Art Park SuitsBIRMINGIiAM
evacuation of some 1,000 It was also reported day evening meal. Although Fond Gtifty Chgrged II Ala.---
persons in the norther that Rev. Grahaas next probably sufferingthe GARY. ind. Following Bessemer Negroes, con- ,
Jacksonville and Duval I btry-Slayilg stntional right to inte-
meeting with a ccapanyofficia effects of the Intense and organized
County to Nassau County. is with the employment earlier beating, he was protest by Negro citizensof TAMPA---Pirat degree grate the ci tJ"' parks r
Some two hours later, the manager. nonetheless locked in an this city, a Federal murder charges were and recreational facili-
evacuees returned to isolation cell. it was Grand jury recently found levied against two 19- ties were upheld last
their home when the that week by u. S. District
later that night a two white policemen old
year Negro youths IN DISTINGUISHED COMPANY---Dr. Robert C. Weaverright
danger was reported over.. reportedly decidedto guilty of police brutality Judge M. HObart Grooms.
Swett yIUCP guarc Tuesday. ( ) is the 47th Spingarn Medalist of the National -
Reports disclose
that him he for the flowing Although he ,denied an
the bromine "Quiet" as 1961 Police reported that Association for the Advancement of Colored
was being
transferred from a tank paced about the cell and beating of a,35-year- Alphonso Brown and Harry order to desegregate People. The cherished honor, given yearly for
car to a storage-tank at talking to himself old Negro. Witherspoon participated housing, judge Grooms "merit and achievement among American Negroes,"
the time the incident oc- AM! pronounced dead on arrival Altho qb many charges' of in a Saturday robbery issued. his decision fol- was bestowed by Earl B. Schwulst, chairman of the
curred. at Duval Medical brutality have been which resulted in the Idvlng day-long hearing Board of Directors of the Bowery Savings Bank of

Hospitalized along with Center, Sanders' death leveled at Gary's police death of Tampa store on ,the three-year old New York City. Dr. Weaver, administrator of the
Lockley and Tunsil was was teraed "due to force by Negro organizations ,keeper Sidney Selzer and suit seeking the end to Federal Housing and Home Finance Agency, was cited
John Avercash 30, of natural causes" by a this is said to be Willie Smith jr. the racially-segregated prac- for his '"pioneer role in the development 'and advocacy -
UrbM LIItH the first time a grand tices of the city parks, -
examiner. third
5306 Baycrest Road .who county medical alleged robber of the democratic doctrine. of 'open oc-
was confined at St. However, the victim's jury found any of the alleged who was shot in a gun swimming* pools play- cupancy' in housing." S
Luke's. head and face showed offenders guilty. battle by Selzer. grounds and city housing.




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USE 2 S RMMA STAR SATURDAY JULY 28 1!%.
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THE FLORIDA STAR POLITICS AS USUAL .

: NEWS r a yv t r rtr s .


published by the Florid stat Publishing Co. .i;?

"Meober of Associated Negro Press* BY. ERIC O &I r

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ERIC 0. SIIPSQII..JaaPI EMIr '. ; ::" -.";: '.- A new booklet just issued by the Housing .

-.;:; .,.''; : and Home Finance Agency, titled "State
AIYSON E. USE.KUDA NmUtorM Statutes, and Local Ordinances and Resolu- \

tions Prohibiting Discrimination in Housingand
IOOTENCiCIIIttM atf Urban Renewal Operations "
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provides the latest compiled ,
MAIN OFFICE & PUNT
: record in this field through

2323 Macrief Road_HIM EUit 44712 fl 4S7MP. c 1961.It reflects the quickening!
tempo in the past several years

'''aIII : of State and local legislation
i TT
i 0 F banning discrimination in housing
P. 0. Box 561, lactomk 1 1f FMfa r. -- and urban renewal projects.The '

booklet, which is on sale

1 through the Government Printing
SUBSCRIPTION RATFS llfi "* j Office for 40 cents, reports that at the {

one Year...$0.00. Half Year $4.00 1 MT0MORA/ I o end of 1961 18 States and the Virgin Islands -

Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States and 49 municipalities have taken
Subscription Payable in Advance % A : \ legislative action to prohibit discrimination -

Send check or Money Order to: t in some type of housing.In .
the past four years, since the last

Florida Star P. 0. Box 561 such compilation was made by the HHFA} 13

Jacksonville 1, Florida States and the Virgin Islands have either
AI j initiated or extended anti-discrimination

:j ,r legislation in the housing field and 11
1 au'j
What Destroyed Seamy SwMitK- have enacted or extended legislation relating -

to urban renewal and publicly assisted -

housing. Of the 49 cities with such
Polke Brutality Or LtMfctss? ordinances or resolutions, 28 have enactedor

extended such laws in the four-year

Did Sammy Smith Sanders, caught in the HH1ALLY COKING BONN, BUI A PUSH FROM WASHINGTON WILL HELP period. .

grip of despair, somehow fatally injure Also, during these four years State
himself in his jail cell last Tuesdayorwas legislation has been enacted for the first

he the object of a fatal beating administered time to prohibit discrimination in private
,- housing that does not receive form of
by of the any
one
or more guards at ..:..
the prison farm? Your Weekly< public assistance. Nine states, the Virgin

A medical examiner report stating Sanders' Islands, and three cities have enacted

death was 'due to natural causes,' Horoscope Guide such laws.
__ The publication, prepared by the HHFA'
is being generally rejected. There is. in
fact, a stubborn suspicion in the minds of :iT- By PABLO The ASTROLOGER Intergroup Relations Service and the Officeof

' a considerable number of citizens that General Counsel, includes excerpts from

Sammy Sanders was subjected to a deadly WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR statutes.an appendix citing pertinent court

dose of police brutality.A ----.-.- decisions, and a bibliography of published
prison guard claims to have heard San J BUSINESS lOVE TRAVEL materials on legal aspects of anti-dis-

ders beating on the walls of his cell,went crimination laws.
In a foreword to the booklet Housing Administrator -
to the victim's cell to quiet him, and
found him unconscious. It seems somewhat ARIES ought to prove especially see that an involvementis become a nightmare. .. Robert C. Weaver says: ,.. .
odd that Sanders--or elsecouldhave Born March 21st thru adventurous and good for not good. You must The vibrations warn you' 'Our concern is with the freedom ,of

been beating on the anyone walls of a jail April 19th the Joy of living. you beware of getting entangled :to look all the gift choice in housing--with seeing that all
feel rather harassedby where ycu would houses in the mouth" be
may citizens have that freedom, regardless of
cell while unconscious
lying
on the floor. Think before -
you leap. tor remain casual. fore they arrive! The
details and all sorts prefer
their their religion their color
race, or
The probability that Sanders was beaten You may be a victim of "
of difficulties but a 2-50-44-18-63-254 things that glitter and their national origin.
insensible is more generally acceptable. someone else's clever
little breather may be seem most tempting may
Sanders had been put in a cell by himselffor propaganda or promotion. VIRGO "The non discrimination statutes, ordinances -
Just what you need. By be in the long run
23rd'thru and resolutions hous-
allegedly disturbing the night's rest Turn all opportunity to Born Aug. detrimental. relating to
of other prisoners. According to reports, your own Interests. Your getting away you may be Sept. 22nd ing and urban renewal are intended. to
he persisted in talking aloud and pacing fiery temper may be a able to view something Whispered news or con 1-40-22-16-48-142 guarantee that freedom of choice.
about the cell block. close at hand more pro versation is tempting.The 'The extent to which they succeed will
good thing just now. You SAGITTARIUSBorn
Sanders was a consistent drinker. He should be able to see perly. Especially this things you hear sub depend only in part upon the diligence of
might even have already sunk into the beneath motives and to is true of short quickor rosa will seem of greater Nov. 23rd thru their enforcement, however. It will also

bottomless gloom of alcoholism. It is bring into the open such overnight journeys.Just value than what you see Dec. 21st depend upon the desire and action of Ameri-

quite possible" then. that.on the night of maneuvers of others who now you could be, or read openly. You will Listen to the verbose cans to achieve the freedom they offer. "

his mysterious death his behavior was due might try to use you for approached by those'who be the recipient d odd with only half an ear! The booklet presents the laws in three

to a critical need for medical attention.If their own ends. creative think they are pleasing bits of gossip. And out The accent is on talk groupings: Those applicable to publicly

then, he were possibly permitted to business ventures are you by clandestine or of all this should cone talk and more words that owned and administered housing; those related

butt his own brains out against the wallsof tempting and may be somewhat confidential suggestions.Show an interesting new under- may have little meaning. to urban renewal areas and to housing
a wariness of stran- standing of something or You must use talentto assisted loan insurance
an isolation cellthen someone out at ;damaging because of your by public or guar-
the prison farm is guilty of criminal haste or impulsive ges gers and of those who someone. For many of youth get at the heart of antees; and irivately owned housing not
take the circumspect or meaning will touch matter. This is a
negligence. tures. The effect of e any assisted through public programs. .
Perhaps what the medical examiner meant motion, getting to see around the corner atti- love life and you will time when you can saely In public housing, 16 States and the Vir-

by Sanders dying. of 'natural causes' was people you have not seen tude. Put your cards on get to know a friend who mingle contacts of a gin Islands, and 38 municipal governmentshave

that;it;: was onlynatural'; ; that he should for a long time can be the trouble.table or expect. at last opens his heartin practical nature with banned racial discrimination. The
die following the injuries he had sustained. helpful. You are likely 740331454743w an intimate manner. Do those you like or love. first such law was enacted by New York in
to receive phone calls not betray, such a trust. You may also use charm 1939.

However, the circumstances surrounding and to be approached by; CANCER I Learn to merit being a ..and sex appeal to further Legislative action to prohibit racial dis-

Sander's death is a job for legal inquiry. those who have special Born June 22nd thru confidante. invitations your aims in any direc crimination in urban renewal projects and.
news or some interestingpiece July 22nd offers may be unreliableand tion. publicly assisted housing developments has

of gossip. This is good timing as waste time. You could 6-70-77-15-57-672 been taken by 13 States and the Virgin
'then you will have run around in circles Islands and by 34 municipalities. The first

Justice Ain't IM' II iiicksouvlh: 3-70-11-13-84-571 various influences helpful until you are too tiredto CAPRICORNBorn Dec. 22nd thru State action in this field was by Pennsyl-

TAURUS to getting things be of any real value. Jan. 19th vania in 1945.
Born April 20th thru done and spotlightingyour 5-90-44-16-62-69 The most recent field of antidiscrimination -
head out of
The Ole Gin C. SM A NItro May 20th own personality at LIBRA the Keep clouds your Or it may legislation has been that affecting
and its best. There is a Born Sept. 23rd thru
Your temper energiesmay float away. This is of privately owned housing not assisted

ONE ,day .this, ,week a Negro stood before run away with your chance that you may makea Oct. 23rd course a warning to not through public programs. New York City, in
Justice of the Peace Sarah Bryan. If he tongue! This is an influ- very strong and good Quarrels may affect let Mars at an angle of 1957was the first of the three cities that

was guilty of anything as he stood there, ence that must be handled impression on'on e ,who your status. You should sex attraction distractyou had taken such action. Colorado, in 1959,
it was protecting his wife's honor and his judiciously. Try to realize will later play a key have a,good idea of some- into evil ways. was the first State, with 9 States and the

home In order to do this, he was compelledto that passion and role of friend or men- one else's weakness after Virgin Islands having such laws by the end

drive an intruder from his door with a feeling are like a fire tor in your life speak this month. But mean- 8-10-22-15-43-812 of last year.Attached .

stick. The intruder was a white man. in a furnace and may heat softly and in quiet while you are in for AQUARIUSBorn are tables listing the States and

As a conseQuencethis manGeorge Richardson your talents to exactlythe places!. This is advice some disillusionment re- Jan. 20th thru localities, with the type of legislativeaction
jr. by name, heard himself charged right pitch. you that the stars emphasize.You garding a friend or Feb. 18th taken.Municipal actions may be taken

with malicious mischief and assault with could present a wonder- will be well advise acquaintance possibly Home explosions may be either through ordinances or resolutions,

intent to murder. He was placed under full i effective appear- to flatter a little and even a relative. YOU will good for you. Sometimes and for that reason are given in two separate

$5500 bond and bcund over for Criminal ance or argument, YOU have a proper atmospherethat need a sense of humor. you keep too much listings.
Court. could sell or persuade.But somehow is appealing This must be defined for thought hidden. It could

The man Richardson, is alleged to have you could also make or puts you at a wit is not the same be good for you to release

assaulted is a money-lender. As lo "how a grievous error and greater....advantage.. YOU thing. Humor has a meaning -' past repressions.But Equal Employment Opportunity'
Richardson got into his clutches is not an live to regret that momentary are able; to handle all more tender and beware of saying
situations through tolerant a kind of comprehension what you .do not mean.
issue here. The issue is, how long will lapse of tact or '
Blind justice continue to peek under her slip of speech that gives showing JOur own superior of man' s hu- 2-40-33-18-01-243
blindfold of away a triumph Just at calm in the face of maneness. Do not condemn /
impartiality and then--depending PISCES '
the wrong moment such emergency or tension.1I0771789179 before you analyze with
what She !
on
sees--tip the scalesin Born Feb. 19th thru T.r
favor of some, in disfavor of others? things may occur in any tolerance. YOU may make March 20thIf .:

The money-lender had called Richardson'swife department of your life: LEO a dear friend or future you are creative this 4 'Fk

a liar on one occasion when she told love career or vocation. Born July 23rd thru mate. You will possibly is your month. Yon may
him that the he But the most sensitive = Aug. 22nd exchange ideas and even k ,
man was so relentlessly : think up something no one
spot just now is home ffonors may be unwanted. life histories.
dunning was not at home.The moneylender'snext else has discovered. The
show of supreme indifference to human life. Therefore use spe- You are recognized! This ( 7-50-33-16-36-753
chance of coming
cial diplomacy with those may not always-be what *, SCORPIOBorn your
dignity and one' s right to privacy was to some original system
take himself to the Richardson hose with closest to you. Don't you wish. you could suddenly Oct. 24th thru upon in finance or business is

the express purpose in mind "of bullyinghis trust the new faces so want to hide or Nov. 22nd also great. You are
hand-made fugitive into submission. much as the old this wish to cover up acts If you are anxious favored by the stars for

Evidentally,Richardson's manhood rebelled month. You could be saved : or decisions. You couldbe about an associate or constructive imaginationnow.

against such continuing gross liberties by: one who has proven overwhelmed by invi- partner in love or business You must not allow 1

being taken against his wife and h Ole. He real interest in you. tations and chances to don' t use arbitrary pride or a false sense of \
discouraged the money-lender's aggressionwith You may be told of some shine. Yet the over-all language. Seek our what is p beer to prevent

a stick. unwise move on your part effect might not be good a 'third party. Do not get sincere expressions of "
and prevented from doing for your future. yoU into face-to-face tough inner self. the time
Now he is in trouble with the 'law.' your Rodney C. Gott executive vice president, of the
something which would in must guard against the discussions wherein you has come to rally your
Is Justice really blind, as we have been American Machine & Foundry Company signs an
the end not be good for kind of spotlight that
have no out. Don t close strength and to make
given to believe? No doubt the element of agreement pledging equal employment opportunities
you. burns as well as blesses doors or burn bridges. a road
active..steps on
justice is blind; an arrestable abstract without regard to race, creed, color or national
2-20-6&-13-65-261 Your charm is working This is a time for all have perhaps only
like Grace or Honor or Mercy. yon origin during a ceremony at the White House. The
GEMINI overtime. YOU may attract self-control and tor dreamed. should have
Sadly though once Justice is brought Born your you signing was viewed by Vice president Johnson, at
May 21st thru
embarrassing love your famous ability to led up to this by some
under the human auspices of concept, pre- June 21st left, president Kennedy and Labor Secretary
You will have a chance t
turn bad tempers in plans made back in
judice," vindictineness, it yet retains its Arthur j. Goldberg. Representatives of 30 other
Short trips are beneficial meet those who be
may other directions. Think March or April. But this
blindness--but it is one of color-blind- big defense contractors also signed agreementsto
roMBtic. A splen- .immediately smitten by carefully before any is a crossroad end also
ness.:But sadly again' the color It managedto did time eliminate job discrimination. The programwas
to travel is in
something your eyes emotional scenes. Something a cycle that leads yon
seelnlhis case was black. originated by the president's Committee
Richardson" :' now. YOU have a good many or manner. YOU could jon may believe isa into a new destln1.280'J31WI2J3 on
Good luck friends. One of these feel flattered and yet Joyous occasion might equal Employment Opportunity. .





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.t trawsttrStsskft e.1 Wins All Expense Paid Trip Youth'Program ABOUT :PE'OPL[


Cw.H In Philadelphia *****
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Sunfoy NightThe .Artie Kay pitcher with the Jacksonville Suns
--- ---- -- Very Stcctssftl
baseball club wasa visitor to the Florida star
i
vaithL0UIS8 Members of the Brewster Philadelphia Youjth Department of News office at 2323 Moncrief Road last Monday Mr.

Q. GUINYAH0 the Baptist Kay made quite an Interesting guest.' He talked
Club answered < "
Men's .. ,
Church Is
***** call of president J. Earl <' ..:! ftM sponsoring a'Mr.A about schools, various sections of the country and
'7 ;; and Miss Philadelphia
;.
', Canada. talked different
call 'Co. ,t'YI He about baseball, players -
The Fla-Jax Club, inc. held its annual picnic at Morse to meet in 'a '- ':f"\ contest which will and his own experiences as .a professional
at .
beautiful Butler's Beach, near St. Augustine, .on session last Sunday te sateJuly 30 at baseball player_ in talking with Mrs. janie Ellis
cafeteria -
Sunday July 22nd. Two motorcades, one from JacksonVille 7:45 a.m.of in Br-ewst the :- .. ,. 8 igg; in the auditorium Gilbert and Miss Catherine Salmon, two cabers of

and another from Palatka and Hastings of&tfe church. the Star staff., he also told of his participationin
brought the members of the PIa-Jax Club their Methodist Hospital.The CSSlrs 2 and 3 will be high school and collegiate sports.

families and guests to the picnic., president issued .presented,_5 in a recital attfcjtt

Walter E. Harris, Sr. of Hastings, Pla. acting: membership cards "and time.Contestants. .. .. .... .i.i .... .... ....
for E. L. Harris, business manager, planned 1 the Administrator jack H.Nhittiattong m for "Mr.Philadelphia" .

affair which entertained nearly 100 guests. picnic pinned service O : are James
Other recent visitors to the
Star office
meri were
for
luncher pins.pn Stanley. Jacky Townsom,
provided by each member were spread or
Roberto .Maduro Jr.. assistant general of
manager
torious service rendered
the tables in the State Park bordering the beach.< Larry Norman, Leroy Smith
the Jacksonville Suns
and
Tony Curry, an outfielderfor
Walter Macon of West- 'and
Alphonso Wade.
Ribs and { Con-
hamburgers
were barbequed on the grounds< the Jacksonville Suns.
Pried fish and hush puppies were also prepared at field, New jersey was a testants for "Miss

the scene. There were plenty of watermelons J for guest at the meeting. Mr. 1&.. Philadelphia" are Gloria .... .... .... ... ... ...
all. Macon is the brother of CONTEST WINNER---Mrs., Leola Patterson (left) 3: Dean Blount. Essie Nell .

The weather was perfect; a steady cool breeze off Mrs.' Mabel Macon MQrs'e.the shown with airline stewardess as she boarded a Brown, Deloris Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie G. ingraa left the city last

the ocean made everyone comfortable as they enjoyed wife of the Brewster. jetliner for Los Angeles, Calif. where she is..attending Betty Boggs. Priday for New York City where they will spend

soft ball horse shoe pitching, and bathingin C1ib's president. the July 23-27, National" 'insurance Associa-- This activity is being their vacation. While on their vacation, they will
Mr. Morse announced thatthe s given in behalf of the
the ocean. t on's Convention now in session. Mrs. Patterson'as also visit Brooklyn, Rockville Center, Long island,

The officers of the Fla-Jax Club are: C. E. Simmons : club had been asked > top agent for the Local Atlanta Life Insurance Youth Day observance st. Albans N. Y. Nutley, N. J. philadelphia

Jr. president; Dr. j. R. i endeAon," "vice again to participate in' empany' s 'District Contest and was the proud recipient which will be held Aug. Pa., and Washington. D. C.. ., ..... .
the promotion of the prcfootball 12. The crowning of the '. : ... .. .,
president; R. A. Brown, Sr. secretary; I. H. of the all-expense trip to California. 0 '

Burney, II, financial secretary; L. I. Alexander, 'game this .year. (Royal Art Studio Photo) winners will be held ... .... .. .. .... ... .
The pro game is. sponsoredby Aug. 12 at 7 P.m. _
treasurer E.
; L. Harris, business manager; Doc -

Taylor. of Palatka, chaplain; Dr E. H. 'Washington, Jacksonville Allen Chapel Women Assistant Administrator Harold Copeland of Brew-

sargeant-at-arms; and Attorney Earl M. Johnson, Charities Inc. This Wins Vaunted Airforce I Singing Honors ster Methodist Hospital has announced the annual
year the game will be Schedule Annual Fete
)arllamentarlan. hospital picnic which will be given July 28 at.

Other club members are: Dr. C. Banks of Gainesville played between the The annual women' day p Little Talbot Island. Every employee of the hospital -

; j. A. Batts; P. R. Brooks of Palatka; j. i D. Champion Green Bay observance will be held will have an opportunity to attend. The

Brooks; Dr. L.B. Childs; Dr. E. A: Cosby of Gaines packers and the St. at Allen Chapel AME afternoon and evening employees will take a tripin

Brooks; Dr. L.B. Childs; 'Dr.' E. A. Cosby of Gainesville Louis Cardinals The Church Sept. 30. d + the morning and the morning workers will go in f

;' Dr. J. C. Downing, Ulysses Engraa of Tallahassee first game to be sponsored Officers for the day the afternoon. Mr. Copeland said buses will be

; James Genwrieht; W. E. Harris, Sr. of by the Jacksonville are: Mrs. W.E. A. Harris, used to transport those who will attend.

Hastings; jerry Iszard, A. Ken Knight, Dr. j. A. Charities inc. was be- chai rman;*.:Mrs. Adriane .,- "

Long, W. S. Maxwell and Arnett Osgood of palatktH : tween the Chicago Bears Tyner co-chairman; cap- ... ... .... .... ... ....
and the Chicago Cardi-
t R. B. peppers, T. L. Redding, C:. R. Fptterwhiti, tains are Mrs. Odell
nals. The Men' s Club assisted -
1 J Dr. Wt W. Schell, Isadore Singleton; Dozier Varner, White. Mrs. Fannie Williams Rodney L. Hurst, who was promoted to Airman

,f J. E. Whittington, and C. L. Williams. in that game." Mrs. Mamie Oliver, second class in the united States Air Force is at
President Morse intro- Mrs. Jessie Mobley, Mrs.
Jj The Fla-Jax Summer picnic is an annual affair \ home visiting his parents, relatives and friends
duced an idea of 'an Indoor -
Marva Jean Tyner, Mrs.
which closes out its activities until the club Airman Hurst is assigned to the 824 Combat Support
Fun Festival for Fields Mrs. Unitee
recovenes in the fall of the year. Group at Carswell Air Force Base, Texas. He is a
: 1962, the place and time Brown, Mrs. Amanda Gay, : ," Y.J!.
School and attended -
Among the invited guests were: Attorney and Mrs. to be announced later. 1960 graduate of Northwestern High
.
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Mrs. Mary Saunders and .. ,
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Releford McGriff, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Greene and Nixon the club's r r'i k Edward Waters College before going into the
J. J. Mrs. Luvenia Squire.
family, Mrs. Nelson Spaulding and family,. Miss vice president and josh All captains.have been service. He was also president of the Youth Councilof

Nancy Scriven, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Littlejohn, Mrs. Hillman were appointed to I the NAACP. Hurst is the son of Frank Hurst, of
asked to make the first
Wadell Mathews, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Walker, Mr. and make contact for, the, designated reports. Chairman of the 471 Wade Drive, Jacksonville and Mrs. Janelle

Mrs. jerry iszard, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lee place The committee Wilson, of 6062 Zinnia Ave. Jacksonville.
young People s Department '. ..., .
'
and family of Brooklyn, N. Y. Mr. Charles Harris will report at
are Mrs. Shirley Ann .... ... .... .. .. .. .. .. ..
and Mrs. Williams of Hastings; Mrs. C. C. Long andC. 'tbe next call meeting. ..
: Williams and Mrs. Mae E.
A. Watts of East Paiatka; Mr. and Mrs. R. A. The meeting adjourned Washington.A .

Brown, Jr. and family, Mrs. Thomasina Calhoun, Mrs. with the understandingthat spiritual tea will be STATESWIDE HONORS were recently won by a former Miss Julia Monroe, who is a former member of the

Lillie Dennard and family, Mrs. Minnie Staffordand the members would be wellknown youthful Jax singer recently when A/3 Florida Star staff and more recently a member of
given at the home of
family of Palatka; Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Rhoades notified of the next Virginia junell Watkins the daughter of Mrs.Lillie the Florida Normal staff' at St. Augustine, is now
Mrs. M. Tyner, 1977 W. I
and family, Hastings; Mrs. Mildred Esau and son, session in plenty of time fifth street July 29. Mae Wright 728 Sixth St. won first honorsin employed at Brewster Methodist Hospital in the

Hastings; Charles Harris and family,. and Mrs. Janie --- -- --- a recent Airforce sponsored talent contest which Admitting Department. Before going to Florida

Bell Williams and family. extended 'from California to Ohio. Miss Wright is a Normal, Miss Monroe served for a while as secretaryof

... ..... -.1f ub, ...II...a.nn .I r.. --IIte 1960 graduate of Stanton High School where she .wa .. the James Weldon Branch YUCA.She4coes. to Brews

.... .... .... .... .... .... I prominent in the school musical circles under :er'with broad experience.

the direction of Mrs. Alpha H. Moore. As a leading
.. ... ... ... .
Mrs. Hatti Stewart flew to San Francisco, Cali- soloist, she was known as "Miss Music while per- ... ...

fornia last week-end where she will spend two weeks I forming with the Glee Club. Entering the Airforcein

with relatives. While on the coast she expectsto Mayshe completed her basic training in Houston, Mrs. Rosa Wooten of' 2211 Myrtle Avenue 'is confined -

visit Los Angeles, Oakland and Berkely. Texas, and is presently assigned in Riverside, in Brewster Methodist Hospital. Mrs. Wooten

Prior to her departure, she was entertained b, I. California where she serves as secretary to Col.S. is a member of Mt. Zion AME Church. Friends mayo

friends in the West Twelfth Street home of the I II I E. Kimball, base commander She is the grand ? by to see her.

,sam Lewises. Ix- c24ne- .i! daughter of Mrs. Zenobia Whitsett.

Joshua Williams, Mrs. Kathyrn Robinson, Mrs. Lois -. : Weekend Outings 'Mt. Villa .Day'TO"Programmed
;- -. --.J ;. : .
Avery, John Young, and the Lewises were among M-r. and Mrs. Luther Mr. and iS;. Cecil] PsychiatristTo Hew St. JamesHosts The Shoshones Social

persons present. Bryant; Rt. 7 Box 67; James; 1"422 W. First St. : Club is
,... Address E. Florida and Savings For
Boy. Girl.
outing to
.... .... .... .... '.... t" .... Mr. and Mrs. AlfredLeggett Mrs/ sponsoring an
and
Mr. Samuel I Mass Meeting Conference SundayThe American Beach Sunday.

; 1606 Eversor Byrd; 1130 McConihe St. ; The bus will stop at Sunday 3 p.m.
fifth Sunday
Mr. Alphonso Bennett and his daughter Alveta left Ct. ; Boy. Girl. PENSACCLA Dr. MarshallB. regular and Eastbrookat

the city Tuesday for their return trip to Chester,, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mr. and Mrs. Carther Jones of the 'Depart- mass meeting of the Lay Broadway 8:30 a.m. and Kings A program featuring well
of the East
Pa. While In the city they were guests of Mrs. Williams; 1774 Frances' Gunder; 1053 Logan St. ; ment of Pschiatry at theJ. Organization will Road and Davis St. at 'known. talent will highlight -

Josephine Bryant, Mr. Paul Bennett Sr. and Mr. Street; Boy. Girl. Hillis Miller Health Florida conference Mt. Lilla Day
be held in New St. James 9 a.m.
Paul Bennett, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Mr. and Mrs. Landon Center, university of starting Sunday at 3 p.m.
spent last week-end in Live oak with Mrs. Richardson 1545 E. 22nd Williams AME Church at 3 p.m. O-o-O
They ; ; 1254 W. 28th Florida will speak on in Mt. Lilla Baptist
Hattie Elmer and other relatives. Street; Girl. Street: Girl. July 26. at 7:30 P.m. for Rev. W. Williams, host District 9 of Abyssinia Church auditorium Rev.

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mr. and Mrs. Walter pastor. will :
th e City-Wide Mass. Church sponsor.an. Grant Lee. host pastor.
.... .... .... .... .... .. Jordan; 4929 MississippiCt. Richardson; 2-10 W. Meeting to be held at Reports from the .recent. outing Friday nightto'New .John John general

Girl. 19th St. ; Girl.Mr. state meeting held in will
.; the John the Baptist Berlin. Buses chairman is reque.tiDJto'meet
It's a girl for Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lavender of Mr. and Mrs. Christopher and Mrs. Arthur Church 1011North. Tenth Lakeland. Fla. will be leave the church, locatedat with their class

1905 West Twenty-eighth Street born July 17, at Jackson; 4022 Davis St.; Nance;"' 1211 W. 30th Avenue. ',", read.. A program has been Union and Deli tt. at captains at the close of

Brewster Hospital. 0 Boy. Street; Boy. Dr. Jones is .a graduate arranged for the enjoyment 8 p.m. The public is the morning services.

Mr. ahd Mrs. Deck Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Herbert of Yale University and of those planningto Invited. The public is invited.At .
.... .... .... .... .... ........ Lewis; 1162 W. 21st in attend.
5745 Benedict Rd. ; boy. holds .a ph. D Degree
St. Apt. 2; Girl. .
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence ; Psychology from the University -

Mrs. Lillian Davis was hostess was to a bridge Silas; 1765 Mt. Herman Mr. ,and Mrs. Jackie of southern Cali- .J ; .. .' .:-
'
session held last Thursday at the A. L. Lewis; Street; Girl. Johns m; 1612 W. 9tb fornia. boat fountains,tviryvhtrt- I .,.. ", "." ..9. .....
i'. J:
Branch Rosier Street; Boy. is < .: I ;, }.' :. ('.
YWCA.' Mrs. Vermal uc one, Mrs. Eva ,, Mr. and Mrs. Russell This mass meeting .
V
Mrs. juanita Wynn, Mrs. Sara Wright, Mrs. Flee Lavender: 1905 W. 25th Mr. and Mra. Crawford sponsored by the 'pensa- I .. !T. : .
Hart; 5764 Oprey St. t.: 4"
Alexander, Mrs. Doretha Wright, Mrs. Mozella Roux, Street; Girl. t rl ; cola .council of .Ministers t.! ? ;; .- ,:, ,. '
n w.JepS
Mrs. Prances Walden," Mrs. Desetra. .; Weston. and Mrs. ......r'! '.f:J.':' t.: .. .:.-.,,:.' 7':._ ._ _..... .
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Sula Wells. '" ., .,... ,. :. ... :: \, .: cL S ... Ill" ;..: '. .. ; :.: j
a .
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s. ......-"<*. ,, -,.' ; 1r" "j-r-
.... .... .... ..... ..... .*.. >I.,...'.:i;?.? ,'- i' now ifs Pepsi .L..-. ;-J.. ..:. .


We were overjoyed last weekend by a visit:; from who think '
for those young *,
,
Tod ** st<,* ,
Raymond Lambert of East providence, Rhode
Lt., More activities-non lime to tff/ojr ,..... This It fit lift for P"d'i't .'
who Is serving In the U. S. Navy. tempo.
Island, c/eaa-fast/if Peps/1/: li stores, at lentils, sty "ftps/, p/easef!
While in the city, he was hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Arac/0, ..... ,- ....'
.
Edwin H. Lawson in their Alaro Road home. 1f./, J. ". ....,.!W.. ....
Lt. Lambert and his charming wife Anne resided* k ; ,i.. $/
z .
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In Jacksonville for a short period.several years i ':. : ;

ago when he was stationed at the Jacksonville -- --
V '
Ham Air Station. s.s .

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t.i'.
The Jerome Road home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cobb, '>. <

Jr. was the scene of a recent, meeting of Ribaul V

Ladies Bridge Club. ?. ::" .
k ki Mrs. Hadassth C. Bullard and Mrs. Flossie Weave
i .. .
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1 i.
Mar, \
were high scorers among club members. Mrs _

P. Coleman was winner of the guest prize. SUMMER PRESENTATIIlth final preparations completed officers and _
members of the La Sabre Social and Savings Club will present their first

.... .... .... .... .... ... annual Coronation Ball Friday night Au,. 3 in Elks Auditorium. The program tY r 2 2NN

was completed during recent meetings in the homes of Mrs. Estella

LILLY'S DRUG STORE : toper 1041 W. 8th St. and Mrs. Eartha Washington, 911 Spearing St. officers .

: and, members are; Mrs. Estella Cooper, president; Mrs Eartha Washington -

A tapM UM if CISMETICSmm vice president; Mrs. Shirley Sherdrict. corresponding secretary

t, Mrs. PhelU Elkins, treasurer; Mrs. janie Walker, financial secretary;

turn OWES sillIESPresmtiHs Mrs, Hattie' Williams,. reporter; Miss Evelyn Grissette, Calvin Gliss. .-+

bers (not shown) are: Mrs. Queen Kitchen secretary; Mrs. Dora Murphy V' L.
fir ai MmiWOT L
CiM and Luther V '
( business. manager Davis, vice president. V
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Oriritrid cilia Set (Officials) Complete Plans For Abyssinia s Women s Day Observance r rI rr

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Mrs C. B. Nelson-Daniels, Grand Worthy Matron of r *

Bethlehem Grand Chapter, DBS. of Florida and Jurisdiction :

working under the protection of the DUO

Lodge, announced the second! Annual Oratorical con- i..

test will be held July 31 at 8 p.a. in the Masonic < Mt. Ararat Quintet will be presented in a ,

musical recital at Summerville Baptist Church
Temple 410 Broad Street.
19th and Mars Street July 27 at 7:30 p.m.
The subject for the Worthy patrons. Chapter
The program is being sponsored by Miss Dorothy
contestants is,, "THE
Members and the entire 9r 4t'K
Newman for the benefit of the Women's Day drive
NEGRO YOUTH IN THE Masonic families and
which will terminate Aug. 12.
CHALLENGING_ SIXTIES." public have been invitedto
Invitations have been extended to the public.
The following young attend. .t t rA


people entrance have: qualifiedfor Miss Cassandra Rev. A. I. Cefenan __ 9t, SYK .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..... .. .. .. ..

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Ann Fletcher To District 14 of Mt. Arart
Jacksonville. Florida Participate --s. Baptist Church is making

Miss Carolyn LaVerne Con- plans for the 18th anniversary observance of the

way Jacksonville. In Va. Seminar organized scheduled July 29 at 3 p.m.A .

program has been planned for the occasion and
Florida Miss Barbara Ann _
Rev. A.B. ())1'emln. pas- p will be held in the church auditorium.
Gam.
Bryant Jacksonville tor of Shiloh Metropolitan : Speaker for the program will be the Rev. Ernest
Florida Miss Sheila
Baptist Church has Murry. and associate minister at Mt. Ararat. other
Diane Lewis port St.
accepted an invitationto talented personalities will appear on the
Joe. Florida and Mr. participate in the t ; :. )$ program.

Miami Willie Florida.Arthur Thorpe. annual Summer seminar of .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
"The Minister and the
Judges will be represented -
'
Christian Church. The Unity Assembly of Truth
troll the 2.n S4 i 5 announces the summer
scheduled July 30-Aug. 7, and fall term of a new class entitled Know thy-
folios
ng Colleges: Be-
at Virginia Union University -
self" Classes are held each
Tuesday evening from
thune Cookman College. Richmond.The .
,
Day ten a Beach, Florida seminar is made 8 to 9:30 p.m. A Sunday School for children is

taught every Sunday morning at the Unity Chapel.
Edward Waters
College,
possible by a; grant from

Jacksonville Florida the Lilly Endowment inc. ANNUAL EVENT SPONSORS---operating committees for the annual Women' s Day observance Sunday in Abys-
Florida Normal and : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :
Industrial Approximately 35 minister sinia Baptist Church promise that the Aug. 12th event will be the most successful in the history of

Memorial CollegeSt. from all over America the church, according to Mrs. MY.rtis French, general chairman. Mrs. A. I. Frazier of lit. olive Bap-
The Gospel Crusaders will render a musical
Augustine. Florida, will attend the sessions. tist Church will be the morning speaker, Mrs. Ruth Wise of New Bethel AUE Church soloist and tirs. in programAug.l
the Sunshine Spiritual Church 674 Florida
and Florida A&H University The purpose of the Thelma Barnwell of Emanuel Baptist Church, an insturctor at Forest park Elementary School, will be
Avenue, sponsored by Mrs. M. Burton and Mrs. L.
Tallahassee seminar is to provide speaker during the evening service. ommittee chairman seated from left are: Mrs. I. C. Robinson Burton.
,
Florida. opportunity for the select president of the' B.Y.U.; Mrs. Malinda Rochester, financial' secretary; Mrs. Mary Alice Wynn pastor I

All Worthy Matrons. groups of ministerto o?the day; Mrs. Viola McTear co chairman; Mrs. Myrtis French, chairman; Mrs. Annie Bell Gardner, . . .
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look at themselves and recording secretary; and Mrs. Pauline Roland superintendent of Sunday School. Standing from left:

Benefit MusicaleSunday their work: as they relateto Mrs. Maaie Alice Cade, chairman of the Women' s Chorus; Mrs. Dorothy Byrd co chairman; Mrs. AlbertaCroons
Leaders of
Districts
13-14 of Second Baptist
the over-all task of afternoon program chairman.
At Church will observe their Joint anniversary Jub 29
the church in an ever
evolving dynamic; society Woodlawft Presbyterian New JerseyitcIs Missionary Rites Former FAMU at 3 p.m. in the auditorium of the church. The

The leaders are. Rev. J. C. Sams, pastor. Deacons

St. StephenA it A special was announded.feature of the .Church Notes Visiting Set For Sunday Organ InstructorTo Thomas J. Wilson, Albert Harris. Thomas Williams.

twilight musical program A. E. Henry, W. M. Richardson, E. Smith R. '.
seminar will be the pre- At Mother
will be presented BY L.N. PEARSON MidwayMrs. Give Givins, L. E. Bryant, Hazel Kinsey. Bion Bryant,
sence of the wives as Father Hare
July 29: at 8 p.m. in St. guests. The seminar will Ida C. Armstrong, James Tremble and Howard Morgan Cummings. Rev. P.D.

Stephen AUE Church 5th seek to help the wife Church School begins an outstanding officer Davis, pastor of First Baptist Church, College

and Davis Streets. The better understand the Sunday, July 29 in the of the church, will be Recital Park will deliver the sermon. The Bell Waters

event is for the benefit husband s involvementsand George Washington Carver principal speaker when Young Adult Choir will furnish music for the event.

of the first the society of
anniversaryof the spirit of dedi- Elementary School 2854W. Missionary

the new ,church. cation in which they must 45th Street at 10:00 Mother Midway AME Church .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .-..... .. .. ..
Mrs. Mary Nealey, a con- be met. a.m. with Mr. T.V. Huger, observes Missionary Rites

cert artist who hag made superintendent in charge. Sunday.
'
The five of the
areas
several appearances on Christian Church to be The Morning Worship ser- The program will feature Bethune Recording Ml. Ararat Women :

local radio and tele- discussed are, 'The vice begins at 10:55 a.m. numerous out- Is Supported By
vision programs and stu- local talent.
with Rev. F.D. Wilson standing
Nature and Mission of the

dents of Gretel and Ger- Church," The Minister pastor, bringing the Mrs. Armstrong servesas 3 Women Plan Annual Fete!
tie Talent Talent Studio $ Groups
and Administration, message, supported by leader of Class 8.
will be featured. and NEW YORK Three
"The Role of the the Westminster choir church secretary
nationally noted women'sorganization.a
Others appealing on the Minister's Wife" The with Mrs. Rudyne Watsonat sings with choir 2. All The women of Mt. Ararat
this .weekthrew
program will be Miss the piano. The Westminster I choirs and ushers are BaptistChurcfTiVt1
.
,Minister and Preaching : : recently -
ihelf:"t lr wefght
Kathleen Crockett the and preaching, and choir is now being requested to serve 1L Play.. For_ Preedpm behind the Mary McLeod to perfect their

Freeman Sisters Rev. "The Minister andHealth.'S active again, and will Miss M. A. Cunningham throughout the day. organization for their
Bethune Memorial record
Clarence steger, Mrs. Dr. Colonius S. Davis
sing the 2nd and 4th ORDER OF SERVICE annual observance whichis
Evelyn Freeman all one of the nation best campaign of the National
Sunday school begins at
Sundays. On special occasions Among the scheduled for Aug. 26.)
having appeared local many summer known organists who also Council of Negro Women.
on
,and fifth Sundays vacationers 9:30 a.m. with BrotherS. Mrs. Mary Palmer was,
radio and television now visiting has a legion of friends Announcement was made
pro- the United Choir and superintendent chosen
Hart to serve as chairman -
relatives and
grams, Mrs. Alice Bellamy Is Planning Sept.Chcnses Westminster choir will friends and instructors in in the Florida community. by Dorothy I. Height Mrs. Marenda Ten-

Mrs. Al venice McQueen Parade combine their forces. this summer is Miss charge. The 11 a.m. ser- will present a "Recitalfor National Council presi- nant, co-chairman and
Margaret Ann Cunningham, dent who added that more
Mrs. Agnes Walker, Mrs. Freedom here Monday
Mid-week Bible Study vice will feature the Mrs. Susie McGraw a-

J.E. Davis, the Brewster Mrs. Mary Goodwin well will be held in the Westminster the daughter of Mrs. Cora Missionary service.At night in Lee Auditorium of the Council s 20 pastor for the day..
Cunningham of 14 Tll- additional affiliateorganizations
Mothers Auxiliary. known soloist of Mt. 1 immediately Edward Waters college
Hut 3066 Woodlawn p.m. other officers are: Mrs. {f
The event will also be Ararat Baptist Church, Road. Wednesday linghast St. Newark, following service the under sponsorship of Jax are expected Elizabeth Taylor secretary :
Cunningham
known as "friends night" will be the artist N. J. Miss Branch of the NAACP. to embrace the
guest 7:30 p.m. United Choir membership of Mother Mid ; Mrs. Emma Glllls,
with Mrs. Jennie Vee when thd Male Chorus of will rehearse Friday is spending a month' s way will leave by bus for The program gets under- project shortly.The treasurer; Mrs. Josephine
vacation with her father
Memorial recording
Crockett as chairman and Little Rock Baptist 8:00 a.jn. in the West Mandarin where they will way promptly at 8 p.m.A Bryant finance chairman -
"
Alfred Cunningham 1621 is a musical narrative on
native of Portsmouth,
Mrs. Ruby Wallace as co- Church presents the minster Hut. The West- be served dinner on the ; Mrs. Juanita Brown
Pearce St. and other the life and accomplishments -
chairman. Mrs. Lillie Mae 'Male Choruses on minster Choir meets beautiful lawn of the Va. Dr. Davis graduated souvenir program chairman -
relatives.She from the Boston Conservatory of Mrs. Bethune. It
Smith is general chairman
paradeMonday, Sept. beginning at
weekly in the sanctuary" church ; Mrs. Doris Dona Is on.
of the anniversary ob- 10 at 8 P.B. in the at state and Laura Sts. is presently study- 2 p.m. of Music and received is performed by Voices. steering committee chairman -
ing business educationat his Master's Degree Inc. the award winning
servance. church auditorium. on Tuesdays at 8:00 p.m. An afternoon service ; Mrs. Hazel Rawls
Central High Schoolin in Music from Boston a cappella octet of New
Accompanying Mrs. Neale '
Choirs, and their direc- Mrs. Frederick Davis, will be highlighted by tag chairman; Miss H.
will be Mrs. Alice Mc- Newark and plans to University.He York City.
tors alreadscheduled
wife of Mr. Frederick the. choirs, ushers and Holloway. youth chairman;
Intosh. Neal Bland will study nurse trainingupon served as organ instructor Miss Height reportedthat
as program highlights Davis U.S. Government congregation members of Miss Elizabeth Best, pro-
serve as organist.Mrs. Include Mt. Ararat completion of her at Fla. Mil the three national
: at
employee will sponsor a Mother Midway 3 p.m. gram chairman and Mrs.
Crockett has Invited present assignment. University prior to groups are the Grand
Baptist, serving choir; concert in the Laura The sermon will be delivered Onida Gaskins. public
to the public to Emanuel Baptist, Prof. Street Auditorium at 8:00 Miss Cunningham expectsto by Rev. J.W. joining the faculty of Temple Daughters of relations.

enjoy the first anniversary Mathew return !tome around Morris Brown College I.B.P.O.E. of W., led by
McCoy Abyssinia
; p.m.' on Sunday August Jones Mother Midway A Woman's Day Tea will !
program of ,then the first of September. where he is assistant Mrs. Nettie B. Smith; the
Baptist, Prof. Columbus 12, 1962. The session pastor, or by an ap be held in the Educational -.
St. Stephen AME professor of music and Women's Auxiliary to the
Smith; Tabernacle Baptist trustees and congrega- Ml. lio.n'Plans pointee. Building Aug. 26
closing service ofthe humanities. He also National Medical Associa-
Mrs. Evelyn John- tion of the church have The at 3
p.m. with Mrs.
Join! Anniversary Missionary services serves as assistant director tion, led by Mrs. Selonla
son; zion Hope Baptist been waiting for this Clara Jones as chair-
Church.RAPID will start at 6 p.m. of the college Walden; nd Lambda Kappa
Mrs. E.B. Johnson
Day-
; man.
opportunity to present Service In
spring Baptist. Prof. Aug.PALAtKA The bus trip will'be choir and headed the Mu Sorority Inc. led
yrs. Davis, the master-
by the boards college music department by Mrs. Catherine Cowell.
Sammy Davis; St. Paul piece of nature in music, Mt. Zion Baptist sponsored
1.H. TV SERVICEDAY auxiliaries of the for two years during .
and
will cele-
AME Church. Prof. Allen in another musical program Chnrch '

oo Green; Mt. Sinai Bap- in our church. We brate it''t s 68th Anniversary church. Each member is th e absence of the : .ed' i '/ ehte-;

AND2CHTCALLS asked to give his or her regular departmentaldi ,
and the 8th of
tist, Prof. Shootes; Mt. feel that her coing to --' '- -- --- -
cw.NIct:1 Canaan Baptist and the pastor Rev. N.B. Williams missionary dollar during rector.Dr. .:
us at this time is approved -
IUIO el"UNf'EL 5-5770 Bethany Baptist Hale in God s sight be- beginning Wednesday the ,11 a.m. service.Association Davis serves as M rtf .. vc: and (fC mS',_ Pli if tL41<;f468

Choruses, respectively. cause of her worth in the night August 15. at choir director of Allen

musical world. And as 8:30 ,p.m. with Rev. James SlatesAnniversary Temple AME Church and is A "SlimRepeat Special*

GIVES YOU LUCKY DAYS YOU* LUCKY NUMBOS also minister of music !
of the
Chambliss. pastor
v .,.,,", <<"a&Y1ft8a the summer winds blow In MEDIUM SHRIMP Lb. 790
at Ebeneezer Baptist
A HIT their gentle breezes and Morning Star Baptist

.. e.IIc! Rnl Tm h MrI the flowers, nod their Church choir. Usher Second BaptistThe Church which is Jointly PACKAGE SPECIAL ECONOMY 10 US.CAKtY.OUT ONLY .............. 69cu.LI. .
T..Iu4 M M W.4N.YM m4.b...*M h ft*.... Board and Congregation pastor by Dr. Martin
..... .... ...... .,..... heads to and fro. they LARGE SHRIMP 88c
M r* ill ur..lUC. toMRS. East palatka Pla. in District Ushers luther King Sr. and Dr. ........ .
are gladly telling you ... ,..." .
"A .HM. *f 111 iMitofl Sta.
PALMER full charge of services. Union and Auxiliary to Martin Luther King-Jr.
that you are welcome to
GIFTED PALMIST AND ADVISOR fir Thursday night August the East Florida andBethlUQ' A"nominal admission fee
fc4.m..tY.MM.....er .?tlw.Telia,M W wOMAM OR. this musical prograa. In Association adults First of the Season RID CINUINE WHOLI
A Baptist will be charged
u1.. r..bk M lw..l..t.*.. 1sl tMtM.a ......_..yywr.rdw. days like these where 16. at 8:30 p.m.Rev. J.B.
........ ..... .. SNAPPER L..55'Conch
.. ............ --.....-...-. .. .. strife Wallace pastor of will observe its with a special reduction
M + -- envy hatred : BEACHWHITNING
I ITPTJ
w r ....... ...................... ftA anniversary in Second for youth planning to
..... Bethlehem Baptist (Church
....n.h.r1IM .M.A.r.,W M r w+ reign so noticeably, we
Choir ushers Board and Baptist lurch Wednesday attend Monday night Meatu.49e
feel it befitting to tell
Congregation, palatka Aug. 8 at 8 P.B. July. SOTs recital. 39c I. < .... Tab o.t In
55351070RE. those who come in our u. $%.'0 !.<
will have full charge of A program has been arranged }
midst that welcome -
they: are Joint! Anniversary !
to and services. Friday night featuring sone of KINO FISHSTEAKS
come enjoy LIAOIR IN THI
this musical program August 17. at 8:30 p.... the city a outstanding Programs Planed E.

POWER TO YOU !I' given by Mrs. Davis The Rev. Leroy Clayton talent and an award will U. "SWIM STAKES"SALT

pastor First New Zion be presented the board By Districts TWIN SLIM SFtCUL WATER
ushers, Mr. Frank Stray-
Baptist Church Choir with the largest Bember- Yellow Tail or MaRjrovt BREAM
horn and Mr. E- Richardson -
FACTORY FRESHElgin S
District
Ushers Board and: congregation ship attendance on hand. 13-24 will SNAPPER u. 410

will take pride and of Jacksonville Rev. .... Hill, moderator observe their various 4f mU kbMy' ..%h.., .....

4-4508 it is a pleasure for pal. will have full will deliver the anniversaries at Joint ..... LB. 35c1.I
them to make yon comfortable -
observances
charge together with sermon and Mrs. Mary In the PUSH

AUTOMOTIVE MARINE DIESEL during.' : theprogram. .Rev. W.L. Davis pastor Heard, the president Second Baptist Church STEAKFISHw.HSTANISH

(Mi. Olive Baptist Qmrch will be cited daring the of which the Rev. j. C.
.
Do not wait for Just SABS, is pastor. Sun FULLY DRESSED
SOUTHWAYBATTERY program.
;Choir, ushers Board sad
,' your day alone, but Congregation of Spuds All boards of the city day.July 29th at 3 P.m.' M&ikirfil u. 32e CATFISH u 49c

<" MfX5. COUP brine .along<,.:.,{". yens- ..,,fn_de. Pla and Rev. R.S Holts are invited. The program The group has planned BOAT

committee is headed by ft program featuring outstanding -
FOOT OF WEST ADAMS,. : -: pastor of Emanuel SflCKLIDLfoitfJ

s4 .' -f ''ii: 1:)' Methodist Ushers Board Church, choir sa.Mrs. 1..0. Johnson: chair- in the city personalities WHITNING 1& 32c rau LfoitfJU.. &Ie



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SATBIIH MY 21, 1X2 FLH1M STAR .". 'PA'Sf 5i 5

t' -......,.........i' -.: -.
pining' SerffiMf Honored Heroines-Observe" Joint Anniversary ..!'V Ar4 r l t M( ADrive'..it il

.
( I :- Sunday AfternoonThe ; Clsiaup'. : '

Heroines Of Jericho
i Rosa L. Johnson; Royal
UWUGL will observe their Scribe; observation, Mrs. Prolects Area
; Joint Anniversary in the Laura Campbell Grand
Masonic Temple 410 Broad
Minus Royal Queen; presentation -. All-out war was declared -
.
Street. Sunday July 2). '
of .and
litter
grand officers; on
at 3 p.m; The public is
4. Remarks. Mrs. Lois Cain
; rubbage. ., laden areas in
cordially invited to
Royal Queen; Closing
predominantly Negro
B7 Russell (Chuck) Charles
share with and make this Deacon Clifford
Fountain. populated residentialand
****** \ t day a memorable one. A Royal King. business areas by
very fine program has Mrs. Ruby F. Herndon the Jacksonville Youth
Nobody has ever found a legitimate reason for dis- been arranged for your mistress of ceremony Council this week.

liking Ouhee Thomas. He had a sly way of moving K a enrichment. The programis Mrs. Ernestine Lewis An official of the

his hundred-and-ninety pounds up to you, tippingon as follows: chairman, Mrs. Maybell Council deplored the

his toes like a Dunkirk Commando and smilingin Opening_ selection; Taylor co-chairman. unsightly and unsanitary

his red whiskers like one of them thievingcats Scripture 23rd. Psalm; Bells conditions of said
that prowl that 'greasy jungle behind ivory'sand Lard's; Prayer 1; Hymn; Wedding areas and noted that

the paradise and Quan' B and all the rest of ./ the occasion. Mrs. A.M. Birty Davis Jr. 1726 the city's sanitation
Frazi r. Deputy; solo.
them. Lee St.. 40 and Gertrude officials were derelictin
Maybe that was the reason. Nobody likes to be 'Mr s. Mattie Lynch; Johnson 1726 Lee St. allowing the areas

crept up on, or eased up on, or oozed up on, or reading: Mrs. Susie Mann; 37. to reach present sub-

,, tipped up especially those FAMO SERGEANT---A c irate of achievement was awarded Master Sergeant solo Mrs. Ruby Allen; Earnest Percy Jones jr. standard germ-breeding

Ashley Street Jammers whose con- George A. Wilder (ct ) by Major General George A. Carver, commanding selection unity Juveniles Ft. Myers. Fla. 28 and conditions.The .
sciences stay as expectant as the general IV U. S. A jrps. presenting the award is Major Willie Tyus of Heroines. Richardeen Ellis. 1350 W. Council spokesman

11 women they know. (right) assistant p r of military science at Florida A. and u.rataff Reading, .M r s. Susie 19th St. 26. noted that such con-
f Williams; solo. Mrs. El-
Maybe that was the reason, ally University. Looking Sergeant Homer L. Williams, who is re- .* Alonzo Dozier. 426 ditions do not prevailin
', ... right. But it's hard to tell. People placing Sergeant Wild Wilder is going to Korea. ,w.rgeant ...- nora McBride; reading Phelps St., 20 and Mil- white districts of
"!' Mrs. Ethle Bracey; Heroine -
dislike people because dislike ".-. (FAMU Staff photo by Ernest Fillyaufc dred D. Clark. 86 Magnolia the city and county and

;. don't cost a cent. And anythingfree ... -_. .. court-count, Mrs. St. 1;7. that the Youth Council

1" is in some way dangerous, and .vmeiKe action was due in partto
winy Additional Honors For
Wellknown
[wrong, too. Lapulperia Club Director the lethargy on the

t "A man is 'spose to make SOME kinda noise in Plans Anniversary Aws; Governor's part of elected officials -

this world," declared Moose Wilson, without a ling Of Force residents and

bit of compromise in his soda-crate face. "ya jes Program Sunday A Declaring wt business firms operators
ain' suppose to go through life tippin' --unless to Ga.
IlL ; Post his patience CORE Reports
ya socializin' with spirits an' haints an' all ,:: wi t
'. le si tuati m in a
them kinda walk-through-the wall folks." t. ,.. Alb
'' Must
't' le crgia Integrate
governor
"Yew right as money, honey"! agreed Blue Mary, h Ern
'
'tfndiver this
shaking her club foot to dislodge an inquisitive week ? CHICAGO Ill. Chicago
m1 that if the _
blue-bottle fly. ppin' folks ain' to be trusted. dioor r > ". CORE has negotiated an.agre
\ (
; Seems to me that making even a tenny-weeny bit a ;- U'fi:" mept jnth: .local
noise is jes being sociable and kinda polite. wo iLu hat ever city re-he : -3 -,:y.1' li' ; >-f fJ ','' po> 1 ide Jttcfprov J?de_"prc)*

Tippin' folks like Dubee jes ain' got a bit a source* \ / :: tection for Negroes
in 'em, that's what tare 'availabl F \, r I 1 _, The
manners LS'a. r < .- using Rainbow Beach.
The cigarette pack in McNasty hand was empty.He ma ilt eace.ecessary"to kk\\ > J. H '',:1..'.Je, ,'.,:. southside beach was the

VIl l crumpled.lt up thoughtfully and flipped it into The te ... here ex- ) scene of several riots
the gutter, right in front of Jerome's. "Some piodedthrowing a rock- last year when it was
folks look like they think," he said. "Some istrationrht integrated for the first

whistle, or sit, or dress like they think. I don't Wednesda; when time.

know how many talk like they think. But I got a about 2. .. .egroesturned Miss Jacqueline Ander-

strong ,feelin' that. ,there a '-a lotta people.out' herein outh"eer a 'itFAWoo son, office manager of

this world that walk like, they think..." Jf..' r group of Ne "bnstrators SIC DIRECTOR Dr. William P. Foster (center) gets the key note from Chicago CORE said a ,

"Tew. tryin' to claim 'that. Dubee Thomaswalk' MRS. LILLIE MAE WRIGHT who mark-n city th embers of the Cavaliers during a lyceum presentation at Florida A. special committee of
easy 'cause he think easy?" Moose Inquired, doubt- .invites Social hall to'prot greg atfJCM.; University recently. Members of the group were: Reginald Hache CORE is waking to inte-
.
fully. Clubs tion. 'u'. (lilt), Bernard Barbeau, Ray Smith Maurice Carbonneau, and Joe Kling. :grate Calumet....' *" Park.:: ._i M
"
"I'm tryin' to say maybe," McNasty replied, Mrs. Lillie Mae Wright 'Be-actr. t
staring off across the strdet to where Figures program chairman, is UL Exec. Vu. Accepts| Guild DonationMutual 26 Negroes Break Voting Approximately 40 plainclothes -
Johnson was sliding into Lenape's like a walkingeel. issuing invitations to policemen have
the city's social and Barrier In La. been stationed in the
"'hat therer ain' nothin' but ole book Rainbow Beach area. The
some -crap savings clubs to attend SHREVEPORT. La. Ina come. State Atty. Gen.
yew done readl"! Blue Mary said, condemingly. the anniversary programof : move certified by a jack Gremillion, revealedto plain-clothesmen will
"Dubee Thomas ain' no thin' but a sly, nosey, cat- the Lapulperia Social federal judge Tuesday. the press in questionto wear bathing suits and

face, grinnin' red somthin.' An' th' day he tip and Savings Club Sunday i Sa 26 Negroes became the future state action. circulate among the

.up on ME, sbe- 'nough, he gwine know 'bout itl"! from 4-6 p.m. in the 4 first, members of their bathers for the summer.
Figures slipped .out..of CSflfipe :, wlptVK"hllitt>uth' YMCA",-"8th aria .'Calhoiln race to register in East]4 '-. .. I -

discreetly. McNasty watched him head down toward Streets. flu .. Carroll Parish (County) ROYAL AiTSTUDIO"
Broad Street, moving like a walking eel. "A Quietman The club with the *. iT '? in 40 years.

getsmmore outa life than a loud one, becausehe largest membership attendance After a three-judge 515 DAVIS STREET
can go more places and see more things and do on hand will receive panel supported consti-
1
more things. A quiet man got the boss passportfor a cash prize. The C A tutionality of the 1960
life." Chat and Sew Social ", Civil Rights Act. U.S.

'Dubee ain' no quiet man, he' a creep!" Blue Savings Club will be the District Judge Edwin P.

Mary shot back venemously. 'An the only passporthe hostess unit. Mrs. De- Hunter Jr. certified Quality Photographs

got for life' is a pair of soft-sole shoes!" lores Jackson is presi- registration oft h e .'. ... F

"Funny thing how he always got a pocketful dent. Negroes. Any-Kind..Anylime ." ,..--....
money," McNasty countered, with a sly grin. "He Mrs. G. Sikes pre 11mt IIMA.e 2RG( fx'a: :. c_ w%.. Stating that he would : ,
'
"- '
got to know something we don know. An.* .:he] sure assisting. Mrs. Wright appeal the decision, to Daytime, EL4 1894 Nile Time, EL S 8022
alp1.making na:noise' about it--notyenrwhen.. h e with preparations for the U.S. Supreme Court 0, .
.
walks.."v"Yew what the Lapulperia 'members x although he was not opastic Ask About Our Summer Specials

sho right, 'Nasty," Moose agreed, his face hope will be the ? about the out-

gone thoughtful. 'Dubee musta tipped up on SOME- most outstanding eventin 'satisfaction is sho Berne Arter,
THIN' somewhere in his life, an' he ain' stop the club's history. Urban League Guild Secret ds a check for

tippin' yet!" Clippers Face $200 to Junius A. BowmanLeague' secret. sonville urban sif ERIK mmWEST
"Pure crap! said Blue Mary. But she didn't s executive he check, part
sound so sure this time. of an $800 pledge, was the annual presentation -
.. Braves Sunday to the local UL. The J
ville UL is an
45th STREET affiliate of the local and Nat BEAVER ST. VIADUCT
Urban League. i.
The Jacksonville Clip- Mrs. Arter, here to make the

Drive-IN pers and The Sunbeam established residence; Washinrs. on u C.Ar1S.recently -pIN -. The FARMER'S MARKET .:_::: :t'' I

Braves will cross batsin
: -
SUNDRIES IARBQUEthey're Durkeeville ballpark, v FLORIDA : :
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1 IMPERIAL D licioas SundaYt AugUst 5 to Here July 27fe -n': Legion GRADE FRYERS 24c lA: 0 .

Patent Mtdldnu Cosmetics determine the city La s. Hew "A"COPELANO .... ; :
All LeadIng Hair Preparations You'll like 'em champs in the city of Me .
45th & MoncrietCoy. Jacksonville. Both teams ip DriveJax
have impressive vic- Po SUGAR HAMS 38c
Brad I Asfcj of the
Hear 45th Street
I tories and have played a Americastaging ion is CORED IB. ,
Ii El 4-2159 Package Store each winning a victory. A ensive .

----- { membership invludes which _, ..
-- -- -- ns of ROOSTERS .16e .. ,
both World 'd the ** ..".".:"I B1'..--*-t.*., J; ;
L I. Korean Con -
post anno -t-Jiis the Open All bay Sunday "

week. ,.
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SUGAR l90 IN MODERN ::1: ,: .

t. Ribs 490; FREDDIE KING ,'",, :.;
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y.''lift 5 'Is' In $5.M ntiK t TOP vocalist-guitarist TALENT including 4 0 R A DA LEEnjoy .;>. ', ;..'

Fang Bust From Fait Freddie King and Bill
FLORIDA GRADE 'A' ; t Sinegal and the Rocking .




_g1 i t I t t PIESSipeAfPIE!I : 29C HENS 190Yezetofe 1t 1 t Jacksonville Giants July Association until 7th sponsored 27 2 Annual will froa Benevolent in Friday.featurethe Ball 10 by Duval p.m.the being MttiTHLY t PAYMENTS' E ":., .. C _The luxury REE.. OfAMNi RR I C IJ 1\ ""O CASH fS .' .,.




A :I t Shortening 3iliwt Cau. 290u. 1 1t County admission Armory.a.m.are Advance now on AS 101 AS "--J:- .- S TO MOVE M : ::7-;


m Wit $5.00 order .. sale at Hollywood Music $5900 S ; $3o.0 :

t 1 Shop.Ebony Record Sbop ME WITH, ARPORTS' : '';;' .

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SPORTING-. IT To Make b

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I tit, ,aching Debut With Bears .


RAIN. WIND AND HEAVY CLOUDS did not deter' ,!Q ,
coaches with
+qw.f. _ng
: yRfwf y sett's
team
fans who turned out to the baseball part TI soUd ,instruction won the Tennessee in 1952 the
pr Suwanee conference Championship late General Bob Neylandwas
Saturday night to pay tribute to a great will make
bafround in 1952 and at head coach. The next ,
..
who has done
a brilliant job. The crowd t.y{+ @ professional debut
weather witnessed the esteem for Ben 4t$ ; aje. tutoring staff of Bishop Kenny in Jacksonville two years the role fell
his 1955 team to Robins
was Harvey an. who
pressed in gifts of different
many kinds. it lewly-entered jack-
Picked to play in the had been Neyland's right
,
be useless for this column to attempt to Y Pille Bears in the
Strawberry Bowl. hand de. Williams'
At al
multiplicity of gifts presented to Manager (Ida Football League.
Kenny, he coached sdnior
Neyle season saw Bowden
Ben Geraghty. The ceremonies could not be fey are head Coach Al
Sollee, great Crusader Wyatt take over the head
the field as previously planned because ssett and his assist -

rain, but the mike was placed in the and line coach, Bob running star who later coaching reins. Like
played at Tennessee. Bas- virtually every other man
and the program was carried on from there. Llliams. Both trained
sett also coached the who has played at Tennessee -
CONGRATULATIONS ARE IN ORDER for the very der well-known teachersf
backfield at Jacksonville's Williams sees the
manner in which Dick Stratton and Mayor collegiate football.
duPont High and necessity for rock-
a
missioner Haydon Burns handled the Bassett was a fullback
: c1: was later head coach at ribbed defense to match
two served together as masters of ceremonies. at Quincy, Florida High
Andrew Jackson High. the
His wide open offensive
i was not a loose moment in the entire program. Fairfax Nail, whose father-in-law, John B. Nail, was the and a halfback at the
Jackson teams managed to style the Bears plan to
kept the interest high from the beginning first life member in 1927, last week became a life member in University of Flori da. .
split 3-3-1 with Miami use.
activities to the last. No signs of bo Mrs. Nail's plaque is presented by Arthur B. Spingarn, He was later on the staffat ,
teams including a tie in Observation of the
shown by anyone. Rain and wet grounds president. Florida state as assistant -
the last seven seconds coaches after spring
second game of the scheduled double-header backfield coach
with Miami Edisoi. drills is that the Bears
being played, but the way the program was when Tom Nugent, now in I
r Williams who has
been need
only a little helpto
enough to keep the interest high. Artists Perform On A & T Campus Maryland was head men- line coach
at Robert E. round out a good two-
.
THE FLORIDA STAR NEWSPAPER came through with ,_. tor. Bassett also played
y --L- Lee High since his fair team system. They both
ing colors. The publisher, Eric 0. Simpson, 7 service ball as a halfback -
years as a tackle at the are convinced that the
editor, Alyson Wise, public relations : with the 19th
University of Tennessee nucleus of a good club
Clinton Moon, editorial, feature writer and Armored Division in
played under three is already assembled by
reporter, Russell Charles, photographer, : Hanau, Germany.At .
coaches as a Volunteer. General Manager Bill
Brown, headline setter, Jesse ,Tarrance, > jasper Florida. Bas-
During his ode
: first year at Ho
operators, Miss Catherine Salmon and Mrs. e : : .

Gilbert, secretary, Miss Hilda Wooten and Yd 4 Yes, We All Talk

Truly joined in with the others.in making a Grid Star Awarded 2 Degrees r
YOUR DEAF CHILDBy
sentation to a man who has dare and is
MARCUS H. BOULWARE ..,' .
\ -/0 .. .
> -
great job for the entire personnel of the ; ;
.
,
Jacksonville. ; j t >
Parents who have very .. ...?> ". .,....
WITH THE THOUSANDS OF BASEBALL lovers here ik '" ".

many many different organizations among our hard-of-hearing childrenor ( t: : '. ', "
.. .t'v" .
deaf children will t
"" .., .
E the Star could not afford to let history ,. .
find helpful YOUNG DEAF ,; .:
completely ignored by Negro citizens of ..,)0. 1 Tw'I .
.
CHILD ( a guide for .:.7) ,
....
ville. The Star staff felt that the '. :1.&
parents) Charles C. ;'. _
Suns represent every person in the city 'oi't
Thomas Company, Springfield -
or she likes baseball or not The talk of the
w i ;
ill. and writtenby
leagues, the minor leagues, sandlot baseball, v
: z Helmer Myklebust. The
.. pro baseball, back yard and middle of the
: book contains 185 pages
baseball is about the Suns who took the top xT 2
and hence it doesn't ri
in the early beginning of the season and
.. take long to read; butI.
it from that time on. NO one disputes the ..
Toronto, recommend continual '
a good manager can always get the best out left, New York City, and jean Price, right erf' 1 r

players. This has been shown by Ben Geraghty. stars of "Folk Music, U. S. A.," a' recent featu / the A. and study as the children l 4 ki
American
n develop.The .
I THE FLORIDA STAR COULD NOT SIT supinely summer lyceum series, give background informs
I Madison, Nt book discusses the
G -'-.see a man do such a masterful job and to to A. and T. students Betty Price, left ten/ .
problems of the childrenas t .
--
aa
\ others who think enough of his service as Mann, right, Pantego, N. C.Att.dN. .,
well the
as parents r
of the international League leaders to ,t, ,
their attitudes fears,
..
their sincere approvable along with others !' "
LawmtN Schoo discipline and so on. ......;..'.. '. I y wL
without fear of criticises, negligence or ; "' j I'/ti .r
It touches briefly y0
-.1, upon
,
> fulness express themselves openly. The '':' ; ? the problems of communi- .
lI.J
V given by the star was just a means used to cat m through language i.bF

"We too, appreciate the very fine job development, speech ,, t
1 "" r
doing," Manager Geraghty. reading auditory trainIng -

ANOTHER UNIQUE DISTINCTION ENJOYED by the : and other sense

people of the city was that for the first training.

I I an open program, one of their own was a Step"R. READERS: For my free

TI the committee and the gesture proved the public speaking pamphlet S 1, } a.

{ march of progress here in the Gateway send two stamps and a 4 A .

Negroes here are a very definite part in the self-addressed long I

E of things, and year after year they have business envelope to Dr. ROBERT MCNEIL, of Ardmore Pa. who received his

baseball whole-heartedly. When the Marcus H. Boulware, Bachelor of Science degree in June from the Uni-

announced Negroes are very much a part of it.MAYOR Indiana University, versity of Minnesota, will also receive his Masters

BURNS WAS ASKED TO PRESENT CLUB Trees Center, P.O. Box Degree at the end of the summer session. McNeil,

Maduro Sr. he told of several incidences 1R- 245 Bloomington, Ind. who maintained a 'B' average in his studies during

up to the coming to town of the Maduros his four years at Minnesota, was a left guard on

franchise for the Jacksonville Suns of the the 1960 National Champion Golden Gophers and saw

national League, a Triple A club. He also competition in the Rose Bowl with the 1960 and. t

Sam Wolfson, the president of the '61 Minnesota teams. /

Suns. Both the owner and the president -

Steam Ahead with keeping Manager Geraghty wi FIllMORFS COTTAGES

kind of players that will win pennants. Anthony W. Brown (left) and
PEACE OFFICERS---Peace of
BEN GERAGHTY SPEAKS and says he had picturesque campus of Florida
Slaughter of Moultrie, Ga. vi ) Cottages by Day Week
customed to worrying about ball games but now g the Florida police Academy or Month
.... university. They were at
i about to say, "Friends I thank you! tractor. Chief Samuel Gillian

Read course for peace officers. The Brown and Slaughter are Moul- Hot & Cold Rockwell Water
TheFLORIDA STAR police force, is the guide. Of/ .

first officers.
Negro f-

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I Dr. Edward W.'-.Brice FOR. RESERVATIONS I .. c.. -

WHEN YOU ARE ILL Double Help ; Vf .
: GEORGE W. a>NOLY, execu- Call 26I-U508 ?
Fernandina
:
You Seek The Best Slate As FAMU'Commencement
tive secretary of the **"
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Florida A. and M. uni- t
Get Experienced 7. SpeakerTAlLAHASs -
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---Dr. Edward FernandinaLois
9 ,' '. Orders. we Use Only i J:"
Warner Brice will serve Alberta, Canada. More
The Best Quality DrugsDr.
as commencement speakerfor than 600 colleges, uni- Stewart, Mgr.

C. E. BlackProprietor the summer exercisesat versities, secondary

Florida A. and M. schools, and educational

3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOUA University here Aug. organizations are mem-

10 at 6 p.m. in Bragg bers of the council.
'
'i:7v'
COMPLETE LIKE OF Stadium, it was announcedby

Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Dr.George W. Gore, :!

PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED 4 .F jr. president.The L

ty, N. C. a June speaker is acting
Wilson, Ellzab
Lilly's Drug of A. and T. Col/, who last week was director Adult Educa- ate.. r.

under the c ; U, S, Army ROTC tion Branch, Departmentof
bars are pinned
HealthEducation,
gets double he
1901 KINGS ROAD EL 3-8276 and T. students/ Ferree' left, RandBynum and Welfare, Washington,

N. C. and Pa / right HUh D. C. He is a native of I,

C. / Hallsboro, N. C. and a cy

graduate of Central High

w WOW Clubs SpoIsors School in Whiteville, : ;

N. C.Dr. .

WowW"fab July 27'8 Brice received the DEAN

f master of arts and the cyL4t;

National Association doctor
of of philosophy
I D. C.-J WALKER of the F
.t en> Clu been joined *: the U. S. degrees in educational Florida A. and M. University -

f i I of La Howard University in the adainistration from the school of

. of believed tbe the first University of Pennaylvania. agriculture and home :

I !I rt opportunities for girlswlU economics attended the :


MAKES/ajfSKIN BLEACHES i CODferi conference 71 and 23._ be held at Dowftr StodwmIthf National international Conference Training on

"OLD FASHIONED"MwwUsturtri
5/sons( Columbia, Including some Programs, the firstof

30 American Indian youth hfegrated its kind In Washington KEN KNIGHT

"iLfltn2S 4r.' + the which who are being brought to recently. _
. theae Washington by the Bureau LOS ANGELES Many
Tfels U no secret to hose Invites You To Listen To -
ork" of Indian Affairs.The Negro 'Rights' organizations who troll often or QfCMtonally. 1
hghtens dark spots nations work conference are lauding the They hang the tare
Ii 19//. is over the transom tbrottto
podoa powder "KNIGHT TRAIN"Starting
h. sup- being held in conjunc- Los Angeles Dodgers for their Mercury: motor downto .
bas $ '
I I Crnton ference, tion with the biennial approaching full and Ian s to purr more sad nab present to less tho

p rtlci- convention of the National complete integration time than to toy otter way. At 7:( 0o pm Nightly
f j S .e frog Association of its hiring policies at But for ma muster who has 1

. 22 states its plush new Chavez pent any time attempt- 1400 WRHC 1400
Colored Girls, aa NACWC fnjr to rapture one that is -
el Pouttr't Iwgwol/Ih. 1st with the trlct of affiliate Ravine stadiua. not of primary Importance.




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I__ Jax' Robert Hayes Runs Rampant Over Russians To Tie World's Mark : : _:I




Yanks Sign x PoNder ReadiesFor


$35,000 Bonus Fullmer : f,

Toledo Star I'r'r' -
BOSTON Mass. Middle .;

TOLEDO Ohio A slender *, : r + 7r weight Paul Fender, .

Negro high school athlete [ holder of a partial, portion "

who had been sought by of the title as recognized .

some 50 colleges on his by New York wd

basketball prowess last Massachusetts said as .

week received $50.000, far as be is concerned)

the 'largest bonus ever the showdown championship

given by the New York Aug. 28 bout with Gene

Yankees to a member of Fullmer is still on.

his race. i' Norman Rothschild co

_
Chet Trail, a shortstopwho promoter of the proposed -
r
can also play first 4jE:4 match said last

base and the outfield, week the fight may be
:
is in fact better knownas : postponed or cancelled

a basketball players, because Fullmer might not

despite the fact that he be able to get in shapeby

.. the scheduled date.
was offered a $35,000 1 1WiNNers TrTIHI'Uftr w f' -
rm8BBaS8BBBBOB "
BMBB '"'
-
bonus from the Cleveland And RuNNers Up Of SallyCHAMPS r leaaae's Bowling Competition Pender, terming pull.men' *

Indians at the close of ----v- ). Jesse Bouchee, s announcement as
Bailey, Frank Hampton (sponsor
Joe
last basketball season. AND SECOND PLACE WINNERS---Keglers representing Hampton's Gulf Ser- areJames Bradley_ Baxter and Sullie Mitchell Continental Bowling "silly," said he (pens

He had also received a vice Station rolled over Sally League opposition to take championship honors Robert assistant Chatman manager.Warner Runners up shown from left: T. Baker A. Macon. A. der) had been doing a lot

'feeler' from Detroit, Elcee Lucas' printing Company capturing Lanes Bland.Neal of road work and as a re-
with the inksters sponsored by C. C. Richardson, W. Simpkins and L.
Elcee (sponsor)
although no bonus offer runners up honors. Members of the championship team (shown left), from left Lucas." (Royal Art Studio Photos) sult, his legs were in
was mentioned. excellent shape. All he

Trail also finished his needed was boxing for

school s baseball season 36 Negroes Ar. Candidates Teachers Complete polishing, he continued.

wi th a .544 batting Fwwkrcs Willie Collects 1000th "All I know right now

average. For AH-Star '9'Thirtysix Advance Study is that I have a contract

The youthful star had to fight Fullmer in Boe-

worked out with the Negro ballplayers in moth the Ameri- Dance WorkshopTALLAHASSEETbirteen man Mont. Aug. 28,"
.
Yankees in Detroit and can and National Leagues this year are contendersfor !: $$) Fender said. 'I e' r e

the 1962 Rookie _
J Yankee Stadium prior to Topps All-Star Team. The guaranteed $113.000 each.

his bonus signing.In fourth annual Rookie All-Star Team is sponsoredby elementary and secondary Until I hear from the

addition to his Topps Chewing Guminc. publishers of base- : k school teachers from promoter I won' t talk

bonus, Trail one of a ball trading cards. -T3' ( Mississippi Georgia, and of any other possibili

family of nine children, The Negro rookies the season. The names of ;' Florida completed a
zt eligible for the 1962 the members of the win- M
three-week workshop in ties.Hall
has been guaranteed a
team in the American team will be
ning announced Of Famer
andM.
college tuition. This is I ? rIr"N""r dance at Florida A.
League Include: Joe in September.'
.
recently.The
believed t c have been University
Azcue catcher; Ed Under the'rules of the
the prime factor in his .. workshop dealt main-
Charles, third baseman; election, eligibilityfor + M
signing with the Yankees.: 3 sr 3h ly with the problems in
Manny Jimenez, outfielder the team precludesany
Trail will report to the the use of locomotor and
Jose Tartabull player who scent F k
Yankees rookie training non-locomotor movementsin
outfielder; and Jonathan more than 45 days on a F ;
cap at Fort Lauderdale.next' 4O -jtc.. : : rhythmic activities. k
wyatt--all; of the Kansas major league roster
:;spring.Jfecrow ;
City Athletics; Felix between May 15th and
k
Torres, third baseman, September 1st prior to # 3 I Retvrns To Fold

Booted Los Angeles' Angels: ; the 1962 season, or one : ) .- ...-,..
Orlando Martinez shortstop who had more than 90 ': ,t r' ",1.
Wa
a (,: ,
Minnesota Twins. turns at bat or pitchedmore : I(
From Chicago 4__ ..X .
Leading Negro contenders than 45 innings in 'f Ed 1

in the National the major leagues priorto

Race TrackCHICAGO League include: Lou the 1962 season. A 4 :,-." .

Brock, outfielder _

'Ie sincerely- Stating feel that that Chicago Cubs; Joe Gaines Johnson After ;A11

outfielder, and cookie F .
,.
the best Interests of M47 $ 'TM / / itit
Rojas, infielder both
PattersoiListoiWiu.r
thoroughbred racing can-'
of the Cincinnati Reds; WILMA RUDOLPH WARD
not be served by permitting -
Tommy .AacPPc:.outf .el der-
such practices lovt MORE HONORS Wilma
first baseman and Amado
Mrs. Marjorie Lindheimer Rudolph lard Tenn. A&Tg
Samuel, infielder. both
Everett, chief officer ofArlington. PHILADELPHIA Home from WILLIE MAYS the major leagues' (Mr. Baseball), and star all-around out- famed women's spring
of the Milwaukee Braves; ,
has ordered his recent successful fielder of the San Francisco Giantsbatted across his 1000th major leaguerun champion who won three-
Al Jackson, pitcher Ne"york
immediate removal of title defense bout with of his major league career last week against the Milwaukee Braves. gold medals at the 1960
Mets Ted Savage,
;
colored" and "iite" Germany's Gustav Scholz, Mays, baseball highest salary earner is paid a $90.000 annual wage. Olympics, was Inducted
outfielder Philadelphia
signs posted at restroom world's lightheavyweight I into the Helms Athletic

facilities in stable pitcher Phillies and; Dio Donn Olivo Clen- champion Harold Johns Having Good Year Hampton Gridsters Daily Work Pays-Off MINNIE MINOSO Foundation's Hall of .

areas at the park. of Philadelphia says he .......!""_.h.... ." Fame in Los Angeles last
Mrs. Everett's order denon outfielder-first will seek a title match 22nd .:i OFF DISABLED LIST--- week. Inducted along _ib
baseman, both of the Open Sept.
came after local news with the winner of the '..' <{,;'" ".4 Veteran St. Louis Car- Mrs. Wards were tip other

casts and stories stated Pittsburgh Pirates; Sept. 25 championship aw : dinals outfielder Minnie Olympic Games gold mv;
Julio Gotay, shortstop, ogn Against Morgan );
Mlnoso who suffered
a
the segregated restroom 'match between Floyd Pat- winners Mrs. Earlene
St. Louis Cardinals and K
signs being posted on terson and Charles HAMPTON Va. The 1962 :4- 'f fractured skull and Brown, shotput and discus '
Outfielder- '
stable area facilities.Such Manny Mota. (Sonny) Liston. edition of Hampton Institute' ." suffered a wrist injury and Miss Mildred Mc-

segregation was not infielder San Francisco Johnson, who prefers to 'n; chasing a fly ball by Daniel former high jump
Pirates -
S Fighting .
"
;
Giants. :;:
the policy of the Arling- let his manager George football team opensa .":'. 1:1.. ; crashing into a wall in a champ. _
The 1962 Topps team r +"
ton management, Mrs. Gainsford do the most of ,j game against the L. A.
will be selected from season of stiff competition '.,.'''' v ,
Everett continued in his talking plus negotia- on September 22 ; Dodgers, has been givena FLORIDA STAR ,
ballots distributed to <<; '!"
adding that she would tions, said he world also State green light by attend- IN EVERY
all players, coaches wP against Morgan
take the initiative in like a match with Archie ing physicians to returnto COLORED HOMEr
and managers of the College.
abolishing the signs. Moore whom he succeededas the game.
major teams during eg Traveling to the Mary-
I world s champion. landers' gridiron, the
1
MOORE REFUSES OFFER Pirates will seek to -

avenge last year's 13-7 ;
Johnson said that Gains- loss to the Bears. Lossesto 1>:<"'
> .
ford had.personallyvisited ) ii
Delaware State and ,

Archie Moore in : _. traditional rival Vir-

iM WbtteN San and offered Diego not him 1$100,000 mg ago EARL BATTEY also ginia stand Union to University be correc-, i ia LW Ij'

to meet Johnson, Moore, .Top Receiver ted.Highlighting. ,

reportedly refused.If Minnesota ;
+ SCOTCH WHISKY EARL\ BATTEY this r..
Moore wants to fight Twins star catcher who .
year's schedule is
a return r
he will have to the league's *
Johnson, was Junior match with Juniata k.
come up with the same number one catcher during '
CO
liege, huntington pa. ,
kind of money we offered. the recent All-Star game whose c ,, .
homecoming the
Johnson concluded. is having his best year Pirates spoiled last g : ;

since entering the big
tfmfft Champiou season with a 31-0 ;
native of ,
time.
Battey. a
trouncing. The Indians '.
Los Angeles, presented a
will be Hampton s-Home

I/r baseball to president coming guests this sea-
Kennedy prior to the :
son. FELIPE ALOU i 7i -
start of the recent annual -
kdycted DAILY WORK for San _
contest in Washing !
!!nay Francisco outfielder
ton D.C.Bob et o
Alou
Felipe according to .

Willie Mays, is what's

Ton Don't Have to Go to Town to Get been needed to bring out 4. : -
Sttstakr the -
a player s great potential
.
_
LOW PRICES r as an all around
j ..
atar. As a result, Alou

__ ttOn Soviet Sprktfers was sporting a .328 bat : -.t,

Your ting average last week,

t. e his highest since Joining The Twist, .
STANFORD. Calif. Jack the
:t DRUG STORE NEEDS EMILE GRIFFITH sonvilie s Robert Hayes" Watch This Clown The Latest Men's Hair Styles
continuing along his win
f .' Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store '
: SUCCESSFUL DEFENSE -- ning under the banner -
a WEiWILL. MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISED IN YOUR World's welterweight ways of" Florida A&M. 18-47-05-184 Being Taught At TkeJacksonville

LOCAL PAPERS JACKIE ROBINSON
boxing champion Emile equaledthe world's mark 235-09-38
I We Deliver-le Also Pill All Doctors Prescript ions ..credits Rickey .
Griffith of New York, of 10.2 Saturday" in defeating 1 .

Dixie Pharmacy successfully retained his Russia's top INDUCTED MONDAY into 3 2 4

title by scoIng a 15- sprinters in the 100 Baseball' Hall of Fame I,. 8

round decision over' the Metre dash. in Cooperstom along with I ..
'
j challenger, veteran The 19-year old FAMU Bill McKeckaie., Bob Fel- 13-20-97 Barber College Inc.

1302 Iils Read A Hjrtfc Arm Ralph Dupas of New Junior to be, was one of ler and Eddie Roush, '320684Soaet .

) Ptes n -X6196r Orleans. The Las Vegas the prime factors in the former Brooklyn Dodger Jwa ht*5 ftp 6. I. Apprwed 100% Air Cud.

bout was the champ's U. S. Track and Field great' Jackie Robinson OMties he*. don "
__
TELEPtIIIE. first match since he teas's 128-120 onslaugit credited former Dodger He dds, subtracts. 630 DAVIS ST. at Beaver .
PAY YB8S lICIT, WAIE1 AM fatally injured Benny over the Soviet's best in owner Branch Rickey with Be vorfca.it all around -

BUS AT Ml Stiff 7 i (Kid) paret last March the lone heralded dial having aade the feat 55 -:69.72 I JACRSMY1UE RHIIA

k 24. meet here. possible.. f



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Ttartre CsmbiuiCouciOs- To-NAACP Federal Edict Bars ROOMS fOR RENT

hips Off The Block Picktfkg Classiied Large, Cool, Furnished-

Miami Loan Group Elderly Ladies or GentlemenNo -

ROOM FOR RENT Children-El 5-4394
"Jay Jay"
BY
From OperatingWASHINGTON APARTMENT FOR RENT
"Baby it's cold outside." I.am not trying to be Couple Only-All Con-
While stating -
funny but some head shrinker. said years ago that if yeniences-Nice Quiet Area 5 Ras-Venetians-Heater-
4.r M that Dr. Martin Tile Bath-Hot Water-ISO
one were to think oppositely the feeling would be "0 0,57275.Johillie's
Luther King "may have Mo-759 Beaver-EL 5-9666
the same. I am simply trying to ignore the heat. It
been an innocent tool" ,
is really warmer outside and inside than a marriedman's a federal judge last week HotelTV N. Y. LhrMa Maids

domicile when he comes home in the wee, wee in every room.
I prevented a Mimi savingsand Jobs Guaranteed
hours with lipstick on his shirt, oil on his breath For Reservations. Call
'loan association from $30-$50 Ik. Fare Advanced -
_
and the lie that he was out with the boys. EL 5-4025
opining for businessbecause Mallory Agency,
Activities in this town have not followed the 741K 1! W. ASHLEYJacksonville
Dr. King had Dept. F-2 576 Merrick
Mexican custom of taking a siesta
during the hot
interceded in their behalf Florida Lynbrook, N. Y.
part of the day, they are still Jumping. There is with
I a government
plenty of entertainment going on. Friday night the .
official.
IN
Fcr Sale LIVE MAIDSTO
.
police will Jump with Freddie King at the Armory.All .
In issuing his injunc- $55 Wkly.
proceeds of this affair for 2561 Lewis St.-Large Six
a *
go worthy cause. t
; tion, Judge Alexander Send References with
The local sherlocks Rooms-Good Condition-
support several '
youth recrea- :.off Ph ttoltzoff described King's letter. Carfare rushed.
tional projects. All of Owner Financed With
us beg of
you your support.At attempt to use 'behind Hampton Agency
$490 Dn.-By owner-528
the Edgewood Lounge, they are turning them
a- the scenes" influencewith 13 N. Station Plaza
way. The Drifters are playing to Chelsea St.EL 47180'Services
capacity houses. the Federal Home Great Neck. N. Y.
But, the best part of the show is not on the bill f Loan Bank Board as
Shirley Venus, the Effectiveness of the four-day picketing of the Roosevelt and Strand ,
body beautiful is sitting this Obviously improper."
one out. We net her around to Barbara Reed's. She theatres by the Jacksonville Branch NAACP youth group is clearly seen by The court at that time Sound Service for Advertising WANTED

the deserted ticket-window of the Roosevelt Theatre and the skeptical
was not in working clothes dog gone her hide. was critical of the pri- Dances. Ball Beauty Operators
attitude of would-be patrons. The picketing was in protest to the sub- vate discussions between \
Shirley is known as an exotic dancer.
Games, etc. Also LoudSpeaker Barbers are wanted
standard condition of the movie houses and the lings Road Drive-in to
Buster Fords the president of one of
is jumping. Each Saturday night or, Service for Banquets Hollywood Beauty Lounge
Theatre. pickets were called off Monday evening after workmen appearedat
the
firms applying for a
should
we say morning around 2 a.m. the blow-off Concerts Record 622 W. Ashley St. Call

starts and they wait until the sun is high., TheI one of the theatres. TV license and members Hops etc.Phone El 3-5902 Mr. Ralph Tarve
-
cats take a short rest 'and start right back Sunday of the FCC. SOUND SERVICE -EL 4-9774-

evening. Last week Teddy Washington and the boys POIICEREPORTSMAN African Art To Dominate .

from James Brown's band along with some of Bobby
,
Blue Bland crew raided the roof off of the place. Remodeled -Mlltrief
ROBBED BY the car the. owner went Enquire LoungeThe .
They were joined by members of the Larry Mack DRINKING COMPANION to make change for his

Trio and some of the local cats.J. Enquire Lounge, long a favorite drinking
customer, he found
Earl Morse C. P. Johnson and Nip Sams are Phillip Williams. 62. of spot, and located at the corner of Eighth and
.several bills missing Fruit
turning corners. in a hurry.They are pushing tickets 523 Orange Street was is Davis Streets will soon take on a new look. Don Market
he said. The money
for the pro football game coming up next month. robbed last Sunday police kept in amiddledrawer Tredennick. president of Jax Liquors, and owner _

Part of the proceeds will go to the Brewster Men1 s reported. of the Enquire and other Familiar drive-ins and 45th & Moncrief
of his desk', the owner
Club. Williams said he and lounges has announced that the remedied Enquire
told police..
The Lincoln Golf and Country Club has had a face- the suspect. Laurence A young teenager told will be named the Katanga Lounge. As a matter of B$ Wife Motley, Prep

,lifting. Guests are marveling at the changes in Ponder, of 624 W. 8th mention, Katanga is among the most progressiveof
McKinnes the boy'who took
the place. It looks good inside and the service, Street were drinking ina the money lived in the Africa' new nations. For Free Defaiy fed PO 5-9287 CIa Djy

is the same. back room at 627 W. The interior of the Katanga Lounge will of

Billy Brown, our' man Friday, is placing claims State Street and when he neighborhood in a green had course be dominated by motifs and murals depicting 7 un. to 12 p.m.
house. The suspect
for the crab boiling championship. Billy can make got up to go. Ponder fine specimens of African art. -- ._
been hit, between the 3 l--
the smallest fire under the biggest pot and cook grabbed him around the The fact that African art has taken its place ag
with a baseball bat
the bestest crabs in the land in the shortest order. neck and took his money eyes among the established and valued art expressionsof MANGOESBROOKFlEID $1.00
coca cola bottle
Barbara Watkins. wife of former S. p. Rufus Wat- out of his pocket.Patrolmen or a other peoples of the world is not solely because -
police said.
kins, is creating a stir in local sports circles.As T.L. Mays . of the great social, political and cul-

a sub on the Queen pins Bowling team, she is and R. George investi- tural upheavals of this age but as much becauseof
2 WOMEN' S BRAWL
leading the pack. She declares that she has never gated. the deep impression African Art has made on 19
. ENDS IN KNIFINGA BUTTER
bowled before. in fact most of the locals wLo are the aesthetic instincts of the world's peoples.The C
23-year-old woman, was 1e.
coming home for the summer are bowling for the fluid character and endless variety of
JAXON VICTIM OF
involved in a fight last .....
African art forms has
first time.Shirley long inspired some of the
HOUSE ROBBERY .
Monday police reported.Mrs.
Johnson of the Bus Station Bar is makingit Herbert Kelly of 1715 Gladys siplyn. of world's outstanding painters weavers, sculptors MEATY

public. She will join the fleet in.the near Illinois Street was a 728 W. Duval Street potters and metalsmiths to some of their finest NECK 1 DC
BONES
future. No big affair is planned, just a small robbery victim while he stated that she called 'Work*. Among these were sculptors A. ed io Mo- m.

'intimate reception.This thing seems to be catching. was away from home last the suspect, who was digliani and Jacob Epstien and some of painter '.

Ella Bronson former Eastsider now in the navy is Tuesday. Several articlesof identified as Mrs. Gloria Paul Gaughin's work clearly demonstrated the SWIfT/

currently stationed at jax WAS. This is her first clothing and other African influence.
Mane Bryant 25, of Cedar 99
tour of duty at home. Ella has been in the servicefor valuables were stolen, Hill over the telephoneand The secret of African ,art is a difficult, if BACON ENDS 5 Ills C

several years and indicates she likes the navy. police reported. asked her to come not impossible, thing to appraise so interwovenis

Donald Fletcher, son of Eddie and Rose Fletcher is Witnesses stated that it with the spiritual values the religious
to her house and '
over Center
home on leave. Before joining the airforce, Donaldwas they saw a suspect, have a talk with her concept, the social cultural amorous and Cot STREAK 0' LEAN WHITEBAcON

Washington, mystical; influences of the people who create it. 291-
a student at Lincoln u. Pa. Leroy identified as James about s nothing she had

son of Joe Cleveland clerk at Northwestern Schoolis Jack'son. of Albany heard police reports Working with fine, rare woods, metals, exotic '15.

leaving this week for duty overseas with the Georgia prowling around indi cated. stones, mysterious paints and dyes and other -.,

peace Corp. Roy is a recent grad of Morris rown. the neighborhood all The report stated that materials. African artisans and craftsmen pro- End Cut Streak-of-leai

Sales in the cafeteria at Continental Bowling morning. They said they when the suspect arrivedat duced objects of primitive beauty which both 1St

Lanes have jumped. The boys are drawn into the saw Jackson enter through 728 W. Duval Street gratifies and astonishes with the forces of its BACON Ibs.i

place by the sight of Sadie Braxton on the registerand the door and come out she ran upstairs with her simplicity.It .
make box in his is readily understandable that the American
purchases. with
just automaticly later a
husband an argument
From San Francisco comes a card sent by Hattie arms. started. Which soon developed Negro feels an immediate identification with PIG FEETS 1 de
African artistic expression particularly in the ,lb.
Daniels Stewart. Hattie is having a ball on her Benny Lee Robinsm, who into a fight

first trip to the West Coast. She is busy taking in lives at 1715 Illinois Mrs. Bryant cut and areas of drumming, painting carving and sculp-

local color and hearing jazz "West Coast" style.C. Street also said partof struck Mrs. Siplyn ,on turing and, to a degree, the dance. It is, after

Studios and Arthur Mont- the goods taken by the all. his ,own art forms bang given back to him
J. Simon of Royal Art the right side of her ;
gomery have joined the clan of liars, fishermenwe thief belonged to him. neck with a pocket kri'lfe. after much time and much tragedy. HOG M ; 10C

mean. They reported a record catch the last The amount of the loss investigating officers .

time they went out. We did not see the fish but was valued at $207, police said. Duval Board Trans Down .

were told about them. stated. advisedto .r' 12 INCHWIENERS
. Mrs. siplyn was
Cooper "Barber' Brown is in a new location. secure a warrant at Magnolia Plea 35/t

Brown is located in the lower part of the block Judge Bryan's office, Ib.
TRIO ROBS GROCERY waters meters, which
closer to Third Street at the White Star Barber police said. She was charged.
STORE AND CUSTOMER have been the subject ofa
Hood recommended that
Shop. treated at Duval Medical
The C and C Confec- 'hassle' between the FRESH
The Club El Dorado will open up on August 1st Center by Dr. D.R. House.. during a dry season the BABY
tionary at 701 Jefferson Magnolia Gardens area
under the direction of Curtis Taylor. He will caterto Patrolmen A. Grissom and utility company should 45"
Street, was visited by an residents and the
the folk with "caviar taste." He will feature E. \Jefferson investi- Mag- leave notes to consumers OKRA 2 'm:.
armed robber last Satur- no li a water Co. for
all of his old specialities served "ala Country gated. warning them of the excessive -

Style." day, investigating of- . several months are use.BUSINESS GREEN
ficers reported.Mrs. operating properly and r
Marshall Wheaton, a former resident of Jackson- 1O-
Zeus Dasher, the WOMAN IS ROBBEDBY the bills are Justified
ville now residing in Philly spent his vacation in OPPORTUNITIESMan PEAS Ib.
clerk, said three men 2 YOUTHSMrs. the Board of County COm-

the Gateway City. Bowling and fishing were both came in and :robbed her Mary Johnson 42. missioners' ruled this or foaan-Local Busi-

new experiences for him while on vacation. between 11:40 and 11:45 of 1228 Tyler Street was week. ness fully establishedfor

Many folk around town are sending up a sort of p.m. she said the robbers the victim of a strong In his report to the you. Immediate cash FRESH GROUND

gripe to the NAACP Youth Council. They are with took around $103 and a armed robbery last Sun- commissioners, Asst. 'nco.e. No selling No 39/t
the fact that HAMBURGER III.
but deplore
the program of the group watch from one of the 'day in the 1000 block on Engineer William M. Hood references necessary.

most of the current action seems to be centered customers.The Kings Road, police said. jr. pointed out that the Part time to start. Rapid

around areas of social contact. Action is much clerk said the man Mrs. JolJnson stated that consumers should be growth possible with Rib or Brisket Stew

most desired in economic areas such as employmentand with the rifle and money she was-walking west on warned that excessiveuse company financing. .
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educational such as training opportunities and. tried to get out -the back King Road and as she of lawn sprinklers Minimum cash required' STEWFaaily

improvement of the quality of training. Once we .door but was unseccessfulHe started through the running for 48 hours $650.00 secured. Write .

get the Jobs which pay the money, many doors will came back and left underpass, two teen-age will use an entire with phone number to --- ---

be opened. Why open doors when we cannot pay the through front door ran youths grabbed her, beat month's supply of water Box 8592. Jai 11. Fla. SizeTUNA
2 Cans
tabs? east en Beaver street. her about the head and be fo re an excess_ is 59C

Willie and Sue Foster have Just returned from a The clerk and witness took her purse. She saidshe ,j Tie Ken lat Baagfcias: (licit
that former 2))
vacation in the Big City. They report said they would know the didn't know what it
still sailing high. Specializing in Tint in C,Scalp Treatments Manicuring
Singleton is -
jaxon Charlie Moss men if they ever saw was the boys used, but
Charlie is a big wheel in the music business. Larry them again. she thought it was a Facials and Hair Weaving operators are: STEWING

Maxwell passed through. .Larry known as Pop to home- The clerk and witness stick, police stated. Mesdames Willie CrutcherGloria Morgan Wilheaenla HENS $1.29HERSHEY

folk is the big noise man for Atlantic Records. were unable to give a She was taken to Duval Rousseau and Miss Ethel L. McClendon. 2for

The books are open. If you have Just turned ,21, description of the third -Medical Center where she 159 I. team Street! Ftae. ELCONSULT &-115 .
have '
become a citizen and register to vote. If you man, police said. They *-was treated.Police said

forgotten to re-register do so now. said the one with the she couldn't give a DR. SMITH

Word comes East St. Louis that Bob Hudson, former rifle shot one time in description of her at-' SUGAR s ibs. Free

local deejay and his madam the former Ann Williams the rear of the con- tackers. Ton Will Be Told In plain Words What the Troubleis

are .the parents of a fine boy, Robert Hudson IIIjfrb 1 fectionary. patrolmen W.H. Harris What Is Causing it and What May Be Done To With $5.00 feed( enter

East St. Louis. . ... .
is doing well in a. and S. Gaines coadected Correct It, if YOU Suffer With: Armr Pore Contry

Can Be Gained the investigation ARBEUTIS HEADACHES THROAT DISORDERS
Good Luck And Happiness
TEENAGERS RIFLES . ...' A6THU BLOOD PRESSURE SINUS INFECTIONS 59"
For immediate help and quick results SERVICE STATION : SAUSAGES n.Kami .
COLD6 HEART DISEASE NERVOUS DISEASES

Consult: MRS KING CASH DRAW WOMAN STABS_ IWUJENZA STOMACH( DISORDER PELVIS DISEASES
Willard McKinnes er FORMER DATE tee fastest
BWJMATISJ BLOOD AND SKIN PROSTATE TROUBLE
N of the Standard Oil Ser: Police reported the
Gifted Reader & Spiritual A vice Station 690 Mjrrtle stabbing of a 21-year-old HBDRITIS DISEASES INTESTINAL DISORDERS COFFEE 39"
SCIATICA KIHtET ft BLADDER CHRONIC DISEASES
Adviser Past-Present U Avenue said he granted man by a woaaa. it oc 6 ez. )fir

-Future. Tells you anything C C 1 permission to a tMMier curred in the 999 blockof LWMQO LIVER BLADER ft,DISORDERS GAIL KEN AND WOMEN Wife $5.00 lean order

you wish to know. to use his lantory while East First street last -,-- .
I treat conditions commonly considered surgical
Different from all he serviced a 'car. 'The Satu relay.L. .
Visit Off Prates DeprtoestOpea
a wlthqut the use of & knife. Modern methods of Please
others. Satisfaction te.afr left mi _M did .C. Scott, of 1148 'M '
Guaranteed. cHallol1a and treitaent. FREE-EXAMINATION BY AP- 24 Bars Mj! Wi Are Loaded
Lucky Days his ...*?. Buren Street told iiYesticatlBC -
POPE_.t QNLy>& successful practice in Jax.
"; years
& Numbers-Don't mistake ...laMa1 ._tla.+ pig officers he m A! beds Of
frisk Frcits
iMes-io s.n. to ;,8:30 p... PHONE EL 4-116'- tad Ye etabIes.
name. Permanently CM *** ,WW1 k.:,**. tried to, '4te .*...,
cated:U'.S.Highway 90 E. cbttki the oil 1* tile, whose name --' wtetwa 'tohia. DR. REX SMITH Bar By Tb ft. or track lead

585 WHS IllLEYAil er ..- **U.4 .***-... She had. *.. oat Office Formerly 900 West Occupied State by St.Dr.Uncker-Opposite(upstairs) RITZ Picatt e'f SeaHest! Ics Cream the Crabs Daly.J' .

BAYer $trs.t.. Pis.... with his the week tofttre.
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