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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
May 27, 1961
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
May 27, 1961
Publication Date:


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


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- .
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:
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oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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;' '':I!IS i 8 Lunch Counters Open .i t ,t.. r.i 6 II

E:\ 'fSXrSays .lax Youth Council_ Y. A w .t f. Lw

NAACP Youffis Slate Rally Local Groups Protesting _: tr

Sunday To Air New DriveThe Removal Of Park EquipmentReports ;. __

the is WELCOME VISITOR--Jacksonville's Acting Mayor Ralph Walter left is
that playground equipment being ,
NAACP Youth Council which initiated a
series of lunch-counter demonstrations la s t moved out of Springfield Park is arousing con- seen chatting with Franklin H. Whittaker,(seated right) assistant to

August announced this week that as a result of siderable concern among Negro citizens and to U. S. Secretary of Comnerce Luther Hodges, during h e Negro official -

their campaign 28 local stores including: variety groups, some of whomit, was learned are planning visit here last weekend. Standing by are Isadore !Singleton,
stores 'a formal protest to the City and may be newly elected state president of the Florida Voters League and William
stores and stores
It department drug
have opened their counters to Negro patrons. followed by legal action.An Shellman, civic worker. Mr. Whittaker. came to Jacksonville to appear
as the main speaker at a banquet b the
The lunch counter desegregation official in a local sponsored y Florida Voters
a."Xi.ged. that Negro civic organization other hand are League which held its bienniel tate Convention last Saturday and
bef2l-last that such
citizens do not storm which has votedon indications Sunday. (yore Fhotcs and story u:, Pae5. )
week with likely
'gradual1 will
a a move very --
the lunch counters at. resolution to *
plan designed the a b law-
by bring new
this time embark -"'
ncr the action '-
protest a- :
Cowaunity Advisors suits. :, '. .', .
I upon a spending spree long with representatives ',: .. i'
Committee which was f; ,. -
"this week-end" ,and of other civic y '
: formed at the requestof 50 Picked l/p'
f indicated that, the. groupscalled the attention 'i' t
the board of
Youth -CounciJLis con- of the FLORIDASTAtt'ta ;
t. '. vile of' Area the.Chamber Jackson-; of:. si erThg-tk. n ':f''' "}ii f-r: m vaI;:' In.-stp : R id.. S'In 1 h+

'I list: of local stores of several pieces of
following an termed
what was.
that maybe patronized.The equipment from t h eplay
outburst of violence routineraids' City
list of local
on August 27, 1960. establishments where area. police' swooped downon

Negro teams, workingin Investigation this known moonshine :: !
the lunch counter de- week revealed t h atseats t- :/ _
pairs began spots this week and

testing program they segregationists and served visited is and chains were netted '50-persons who ,
were missing from the x_ a
appearing; at appointed follows were later charged
hours in the day at as : I swings;the/backboards with vagrancy in the
various lunch counters S. H. KressDowntownS.H. and baskets are now majority of cases. _

throughout downt own Kress-San Marco pone from the basket- Police Inspector W. -

Jacksonville and at F.W. Woolworth-Down- ball court; the chin L.Bates said that illegal -

shopping centers. No town bars are missing and whiskey raids

violence was reportedin F. W. Wbolworth-Main the merry- go- round are being made from

any instance.It StreetF. has been carted off. time to time where
W. Wbolworth-Park All that remains now
was reportedhowever moonshine is sold,and AT LAST RITES--Some of the prominent members of the Phi Beta Sigma

that counter StreetF. in Springfield Play that many complaintshad fraternity who were on hand to pay final tribute to Dr. Leonard F.
W. Woolworth-Uni- Park are the framesor
servic was limitedIn recently been received Morse, the last co-founder of the organization are seen here. From
Blvd.F.W.WbolworthBland. supports to various
some establish versity of by the police. left are J. A. Batts, insurance executive and president of the Nu Beta

ments. pieces .playground Kany of those takenin Sigma chapter; and unidentified member; R. O'Neil Suttonpresident of

,At May-Cohen's department ing Blvd.F. equipment.The as a result of the Atlanta Citizens Bank and national president of Sigma fraternity;

,store, Negro .W.WoolworthSouthgate Jacksonville City the raids,faced, hear
Commission Isaac Williams, law student and second national vice president; L. I.
desegregated -
lunchers were served the and ing* Wednesdaybefore Alexander, insurance executive and Dr. J. Irving Scott, president of

in a recently opened Walgreen DrugDowntown other recreationalfacilities parks J-'unic ipalA Court*Judge Nu Beta Sigma chapter. ,
I basement lunch counterbut John E. Santora and

a Youth Council Walgreen Drug-Beach of the on the attorney advice were given small fines. Six More Fondling Case Attack PlanIs
spokesman said that Blvd. City Others "faced trial

the matter of eatingin Walgreenfs DrugGateway following a the following morn- Cited Mistrial AnnouncedMIAMI
the lunch room is Federal Court rulingby ing. To .

still und e r negotia- W.T. GrantsDowntownW. Judge Bryan Sim p- Although most of the The child- fondling Florida- Seven will major be

tion.A similar situa- T. Grants-GatewayW.T. son. whiskey seized was in IntegrateMIAMISix case against a 31- areas
the of all
object an
tion exists at Sears GrantsEdgewoodW. Integration of Springfield small amountsp.75 half year old white man .
out NAACP attackRev.Leon
where Negroes were T. GrantsBeach park and tennis pints and a five was declared a mis-

served at t he coffee Blvd.W. court along with the gallon can of shine more Miami trial during a hearing Lowery, state

shop counter but not T. GrantsArlington City Zoo was working were uncovered by public schools will Tuesday in Crim- president audience here, told Wednes-an

in the Ribault lunch Road smoothly except: isolated Capt. B.W.Rowe in the be integrated next inal Court Judge Will-

room. W.T. GrantsBlandingBlvd. cases where back yard in the 900 September, bringingthe iam T.Harveyfs court, day.

The secretary of the attempts were made by block of Madison St. total number to it was announced. Rev. Lowery went on

NAACP Youth Council Liggettfs DrugDowntown whites to keep Negroesout. Police raids 'were tens it was announced The defendantMichael to say that thousands
announced that a spec- conducted T u e sday this week. Ojeda v charged with of Negro parents
the Fort Lauderdale
ial meeting will be Liggett Drug-Park Observers have pointed night and Wednesdayat In an unofficial alleged child fondling PalmBeachOrlandoand ,

held on Sunday, May Street out that Negroes : 722 E.Fourth St. ; meeting of the school last Dec. 28 when he TampaKiamifWest St.
28, at 3:30 p.m. in Liggettfs DrugMainStreet and whites were using 964 Spearing $t.;1476E. board last week, reportedly lured a 12 will

St. Paul ALE Church, Springfield Park with- 28th Streot; 659 superintendent Joe year old Negro girl Petersburg areas

13th and Myrtle( Ave. Liggett's Drug-A r 1-. out any clashes.recent Bridier St.;916 FirstSt. Hall told the board from her home into test the legality of
the state
Plans for a drive against ington weeks the lightswere .; 942 Madison St. ; that under the Pupil his car in the vicinity pupilplacement -

job discrimi- Liggett Drug-Phil being turned off and 1540 -Johnson St.Mi Assignment Law, 250' of Goodbyfs Lake. law by applying

nation by local stores lips Plaza in the park much Negro students will When the six-man Jury for enrollment o f
.:. their children in, the
and a full scale cam- Neisners earlier than usual. mWAccepts .* t; .. be assigned to now failed to reach a 1962
paign to increase vot- MayCohensMontgomery It is reported'thatpressure segregated Earlington verdict following a spring of semes

er registration willbe Ward on the 'Mayor ; Heights Elementary, hour and 20minutes ter.

outlined at the G.C.Murphy Co.-Gate- ', office by a few 4750 NW 22nd Ave. The of deliberationJudge the

meeting Sunday It was way segregationist diehards first Negro all-white staff will Harvey declared mis- defendant returned by against the Duval
understood also that Sears Roebuck & Co. resulted in the. be maintained. trial.

the matter of segregated equipment: moving and MIAMI Hiss,Vivian A total of 58 applications It has been learned County The original grand jury.charge

; toilet facilities park black-out acts. White of '1319 JW 68th from Negro that Assistant County
of against Ojeda
is a source of Sources have reported ,St., has been notifiedof ,parents r e questing Solicitor Carlton P. rape the preliminary
discontent among the r that Mayor Hay don !i acceptance. aa that their childrenbe Maddox stated that hearing was lessened

local leadership PATRONIZEr Burns has indicatedthe a aiBBter'student at transferred to Ojeda will face trial
when the grand jury
A Youth Council Springfield Swimming the University: of white schools were again in the near returned an indict-

spokesman said a new 4Y..ii.... Pool will b. ,Misi.She ir planning considered 'b7. the future ,on charges of ment on the present
Selective closed to aroid integration to work'tcwtrd a degree board. lewd and lascivious
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Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co. Last week-end, to my way of ,thinking event
,> of Associated Negro Preu"lIC
Member a of great significance tookplace when the Florida

/, O. SIMPSON..............................................Managing Editor & Voters League held its biennial conference.
......._.......... ......Ntw Editor and election of officers and: topped it off witha
ALYSON E. WISE............................ '
HILDA WOOTEN.....................!..................Circulation.Manager / ) afternoon banquet at New Stanton High School Sunday
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League members in this
MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: f Some very important district of ,which

2323 Moncritf Road....................................Phone ELgin 4-6782 matters settled, adore Singleton is
far reaching plans
f leader) went out and
Mailing Address: discussed,and new officers -
'i'Q sought the aid and
P. O. Box 561,, Jacksonville 1, Florida elected; but of other

.. is itt these are not the cooperation
SUBSCRIPTION" RATES leaders and individuals -
things I was referring -
One Year, $5.00; Half Year, $3.00 in the community
Mailed To You Anywhere In The United States 41 to above as having to set up the affair.
Subscription Payable In Advance. Send Check or Money Order To: ---Mk "significance." ,
Several of the Demo-
FLORIDA STAR-P. O.Box JACKSONVILLE 1,FLORIDA i r 1'' 4 The sig- cratic Committeemenand

nif icantaspect

1. City and County Civil Service Jobs ,r the 'way I', 4 pitched right vin with

2. Negro Road Patrolmen t : t,cr r, see y Isadore Singleton and

I 'r 3. Negro Firemen 1, 14 t' h itis'l helped to put the

: 4. More Negro Police Officers forces and event over success-

5. More Squad Cars for.Negro Policemen ,!: 'individuals I fully.....and I think.

....... T from it augurs well when'Negroes
r 'diff'erentgrolP begin coming

: and r together to put over

I Another National Black EyeOur from various walks of any kind of program.

t. life Joined hands to

put over the program. ', Of course, there

southern. bigots dealt Uncle Sam another : Probably, even more ''I wasn't percent one cooperation.There hundred.

black eye when a group of misguided segregationists significant, was the
were some committee -
attacked the 'Freedom Riders',a group I fact that the hosts who

of colored and white citizens seeking to establish AND lbiiIS (/\. ll UUItL'l) LhADlwi.ilP: Qt r-bT XONKU. ? to the affair (Voters could not people participate

their right to travel in these United .
because of health or
States without restriction.In '- demands
pressing -
shocking of racial intolerance '
a display
and I suppose
and disregard for the rights of other citizens S ,T Your Weekly there were some who
s Alabama mobs fire-bombed .and burned a bus and :
shied -eveithough
an automobile, attempted to set fire to homes, Horoscope Guide invited because of

stoned and attempted to invade a church where .'. selfish reasons.

Negroes were holding a meeting to lay anti- WHICH, ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR All of the peoplewho

segregation plans. It was only after the National BUSINESS LOVE"- TRAVEL lent assistance
Guard was sent in that the b a rbaric ,
deserve to be complimented

display subsided. By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER for their
A previous display of Americanism. was seen .
part but I think that
when rioting broke out in Little RockArkansas ARIE
making-it necessary to call out the National Born March/21 to Pil.19 Mrs. Alice Conway,

t Guard to protect citizens and escort a handful Put ambition aside tenses against the aspects backing you The changes that are James Body and Henry

of Negro students to and from a previously: when you realize that storms that seem to on the 2nd,7th and brought about wh en Jennings Jr. are due

white school. you are up against be thundering in thebackground. .8thwhen you can make you are under the special credits for

The white hoodlums who attacked Negro youths forces or circumstances .The favorable real progress in any spell of a desire to their performance.A .

conducting a peaceful campaign to obtain equal that cannotbe days when you may direction of your remake the world, and rundown on the ,

service- at local lunch counters didn't help mastered at this depend on the planeintluences choosing. Choose the its 'institutions, are program will give you

r the picture the whole world sees of racial time. Honest and remunerative tary t o 8th if you are in more likely to get out some idea of the

I s strife, bigotry and denial of hunan rights in endeavor, encourage sound thinking need of greater co- of hand and bring cross section that was

.t the United States. are favored on the ,and right feeling operation. consequences that were' involved in the pro-

These shameful and inhuman acts which are -occurring 2nd, and so are the should be the 2nd,3rd, 4-30-77-12-94-437 totally unexpected ceedings as againstsome

., within our borders serve to provide a service projects that 7th and 8th. There isa You are more likelyto other projects
will make your home a possibility dis- LIBRA be reasonable on which are conductedby
I serious blot on U.S. prestige abroad.Such con- Born Sept. 24 to Oct. 23
duct at home makes American representatives more attractive and appointment in connec- the 2nd, 7th and 8th, a closed circle.

#' preaching democracy for smaller nations seem comfortable place.Youmay tion with an old A period of successor making these days the Isadore Singleton

f like hypocrites preaching one thing and prac- also receive good friend or ally ((4th) prosperity may have right ones during was toastmaster, E.H.

ticing another. news that should relieve but this may be something made you somewhat which you can make. Johnson delivered the

America cannot be respected as a champion of you of certainfaiaiy that is beyond domineering or high- decisions. prayer, The od 0 re
worries or to contialLi70771761176 handed in your own Redding delivered the
your power
democracy while such vile acts are being per-
welcome address Eric
financial home environmentYour ,
embarrassment. -
petrated within our borders upon a segment of 8-6 -33-l6-59-S63
((7th-8th). good days,when you may 0. Simpson stated the
its citizens...And ,most certainly, when President LEO
occasion Ernest D.
11 5-30-8S-U-34-538 examine your con- ,
John F. Kennedy visits with Premier Born July 23 to August23You CAPRICORN
Kruschev in June he will not be able to face TAURUS science, and come up Born Dec. 22 to Jan. 19 Jackson introduced: the

the Communist chief with the confidence that .Be'rn :April 20 to May 29 seem? to be a with excellent answers You can be warm and President of the Flor-

he represents a truly democratic country.... person in. a hurry, would be the 2nd, 7th sentimental in side, ida Voters League.

thanks. to bigots and their leaders like Gov. It may be time to especially_ when you and 8th. Do not hesi- but outside of those Henry Arrington ofMiami

'i Orville Faubus and Gov.John Patterson can't find out where' the consider the prize to tate to utilize the who know 301 intimate introduced the
world is headed and be captured worthy of good services of your main speakerFranklin
'I get it through their thick heads that all men very few are likelyto
I are created equal and entitled to the same to adjust your views your mightiest effort. friends.24022a456242. be aware of the Whittaker,special assistant -

rights under God and under the constitution of and actions in order High objectives maybe fact The 2nd,7th and to the Secretary -

the United States.Crime's to keep step with it. achieved throughthe SCORPIO 8th are splendid days of Commerce,- and
The is the of
4th day intermediary
Born Oct. 24 to Nov. 22. for enlarging your others on the program
when should connections.
reflect friendly
circle of acquaintances included Elcee R.
long and deeply Keep this.in mind on Although there seldom
Strongest Deterrent: when you have cause the 2nd, 7th and 8th, is any doubt as to ,should you care Lucas, Samuel Jones,
I enough to reveal your E. J. Norman Bernard
to believe that you should youjbe after where you stand, as a
are going backward the positive results rules this may not be personality Smith and Lee Haynes.
increases in crimes
Shocking of violence have those Wr
j your Suprise guests were
rather than forward that have eluded the appropriate month
j in you
been accepted many colimn with equally fancy. Councilman Ralph
The e n 1 ightenment heretofore.. : for too much inflexibility.
That such
shocking complacency. crimes can be 1-80-44-17-81-184 Walter substituting
that can be extracted ::3.5055:523.351VIItGO.: Yon could beumer
curbed by all-out between .
cooperation police
I for Mayor Haydon
the iiey of
from inspired friends pre AQUARIUS
authorities the courts and citizens
Burns Commissioner
partners or other judice, a depressedmood Born. Jan. 20 to Feb. ,1S, ,City -
has been abundantly demonstrated in Philadel- Bom '
I Aug. 24 to Sept 23 Louis H.Hitter and
discord in
loved ones should be or 1
phia. For thirteen, years, American Stores, ,with the best week County C o mmissioner
sought on the 2nd 3rd Fulfill social your home. The more toThcall
your ,
headquarters in that city has cooperated aggressively on the serviceman Lem ( Country Boy )
and 8th when uplifting vibrations
7th your obligations, get tax,
with all law enforcement agencies to attend to Merritt.
mind: seems to be more insurance and investment should be operatingon
f in combatting crimes of murder ,and violence, special home needs or Suffice is to say
the 1st 2nd and
particularly those involving banditry. The results receptive.7last3325.713 "" clearedup personal requirements that Franklin Whit-
7th making these
I of this cooperation are Impressive. For and proceed to The best days, for ,related taker who brought
the better choices
the past two years and eight months there have GEMINI place some distance moves would be greetings from the
for understandings
been no armed holdups of this company's prop- Born May 21 to June. 19 between you and the friendly the 2nd, 3rd,. 7th and President of the

erties in the Philadelphia area. people who could give 8th. The 4th is the United States and
\ This could be the 620111878621SAGITTARIUS
The record explains why. Prior to its all-out you trouble. This may one day during this Secretary of Commerce

campaign in cooperation with the city police best time to concen- be a big order for quarter when your Luther Hodges delivered -

department, American Stores had suffered nearly trate on the job at one weeJ ;but you have Born Nov._28, to Dec. 21 darker moods, or inclinations a most impressive
ercial enterprises excellent
handco :
100 gunpoint holdups with a total of S3 bandits pl anetary could throw discourse.

involved. All %3 were sent to prison, 11 for ,and homebuilding a shadow over your Whittaker is no
life. projects. To u OMifllg i Days An Numbwvcf"Health domestic. enviroraent. ahoutingsoet.imng
Business and citizens of should be in top form 510221592512PISCES
men every rnrnnnrltj speaker but he delivers -
in the nation can blame lax law enforcement on the 2nd, 3rd: 7th and Fortune Can Be Tours you .thoroughly

largely on themselves_ It ,is gratifying to see and 8th,as these dates'are When You raw year Lucky Days, Lucky analytical findings

steps being taken in one ,coaianity to correcta the best ones for _Colors,Etc' Born Feb. 18 to March 20: many of which are 1

condition that endangers the security o f decisions and prompt ;, This is no time for: ,rhetorical gems of

every home and family. Certainty punishment action. Be wary ,apt Send $2.00 for your -.,",. ; reserve if 'you have 'thought.....and it is a

I as in Philadelphia is cruets, strongest deterrent promises, Bade in 'the Hercfcope Guide Fer'I.-,""f ;.-/1"-, ,n!.. -. reason to believe that all done smoothly,

name of friendshipon ;
------ --- potential marriage quietly yet audibly q
the 4th. Do not hesitate --' June '" f...... ,...: a is also ready with the utmost .
'fill in the bUn below! sad sail. toyZODIAC ', partner digit
investigate Pott Office Box 561JaclaoHtille ; .- to say the final word and charm.He .
I'incl new job openings on -,', e-- can't much clearinterpretation
tha 1, Florida You expect gave a.
the *
strengthfor 7th-8th 0" .<*..- sjrapathy trcm.ourtrieml of the
990551946951CANCER H_ a : .if' you have administration g)&. :

life. '" ;'-:-.1.' .a. financial or ,other and attitude'regarding \
your Born.June ,'StmtLDk. -' -- human rights, nd
20 tor July ?2. ; : -;--. .. worries bothering you a
.\ : the 4th. democratic action at I
": e-ef Birth ;on .
Tot still have time: t'-,-.- home and abroad '
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Mr. ... JfN.Jas e1l "boatmen who own outboard ;
xsus., 1606 a..r.oni motors ,will be J : ;

Street. 0I.r1..Kr. ,held StndayMsy 2B at 1 a -t
.... .lb._ s71uo, ,7 p.a.stChristopher's H
5332 Iris BlTd.Boj. Pier. :a Wa
Mr. aod,Mi*. Rsdolph A full membership 1 -
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Bopk1D.,a.9Be: 425 attendance ii requested _
L f Boy in c eotiDal
Mr aad Mrs. :Letter 'arrangements,'and plan
Hsj .1476 V.22nd st., for the Sunday, June
Girl. 11 trip to Orlando
I' Mr and Mr*. Willie will be completed., :

Avery, 1142 Harrison Members of the Ski .
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j'!! Mr and Hre. GeorgeAlexander,1918 to attend this t. "
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: Darin meeting. Another important I
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Mr Hrs. Walter :: :.
will be discussions : 1-- .
f.. King, 1306 Johnson and planning tor the .; ; ,
I Street Boy.Mr July 4 Southeast -
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! t W.20th St., race Christopher- :ui.- : T- r;
I Boy Pier.
: t Hr. and, Mr*. Elmer brvTf 1 ; t + 1 +,

(1 Gilbert,1056* W. State a .

.,j Street, Girl. Meeting Held
Hr. and Mr*. T eMitchellSr.
.,1492 W. By Bridge! Club:'

I 26th Street, Boy.Mr y 1.. '. ,' s6r
t and Mr*. Joe ;,> <. ,.,' .
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.!:, The Los>> Diasonte \ ,
Furgerson: 5349 Old }" .... .,. ''-'' ::
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.J' King Ed., Girl. Bridge Club held its .. ... .-; )gt( .
Hr. and Mr*. LeroyMillerRt.5Box recent meeting in the >-
I" 517D home of Mrs. Lillian i J7 .. _. .. .i..!
: -:- --- -" -w U ------ . f 1 MarianaFla, Hoy.i Davis. Guests present FRIENDLY CCIIPEl'ITION-Keen but friendly competition pre- Gilmore, Mrs Helen Everett, and Mrs.Evelyn Walkerhoste88.
II i Hr. and Mr*. Elijah wereiMr Sula Wells, Club (leftseated from leftMrs.Josephine Cleveland
, Mrs. Ernestine Poole vailed at the Lincoln Gold and Country last Saturday Bottom photo ,
;I: Nesbit, 2660 Hiland Mrs. Elizabeth ,* night when members of the Cotillion Whist Club and guestsmet Mrs. Alza Higginbotham, Mrs. Carrie Parsonsand Hrs.Horteme
:. Street, Boy. Mrs.Mary BreakerMr,' for one of their regular tourney sessions. In top photo Brown. Bottom photo (rightMrs. Elvin Rhoulacparty direc-
; Hr. and Mr*. Freddie .Hazel Ullenthal and (left) seated from left are: Mrs. Alice Martin, Mrs. ,Elvin tor, foreground; Mrs. Helen Everett, iamiMrs.Alice Martin,
, McTaw,2908 Wilco x Mrs. Evelyn Jasmin., Rhoulac, Mrs. Mary Singletonand Mrs.Allene Fells.Top photo Miami; Mrs. Allene Fells, and Mrs. Mary Singleton.
Street Girl.
ii (right) seated from leftMrs. Willa Dean WellsMrs.MarJorie
I Hr. and Mr. Willie Mrs. Davis presented: S ... II
i Golphin,1093 Imerson winners* prizes toHrs.Lillenthalfirat 0 I Wedding bells
, .
Street, Boy. ,
It'i Mr.and Hrs.J.C.Walker and Mrs. Wells,runner .
Club SOCIALLY SPEAKING David Neeley, Jr., 1059 HoganSt
217 Spruce St.,Girl. up. prizes were 19 and Frances L. Grant, 1059
Hr. and Mrs. Oliver ', won by Mrs. Luvenia I Hogan St, 20.

j! Jones, 1530 W. 21st, i' Newman,first,and MiasJuanit'a .. I Benj. Crooms, 3616 Pearce St,
Girl. Wright,runner with 17 and Queen E. Deering, 1631 W.
: Hr. and Mrs. Wilber LOUISE G....GUNYARDJacksonville 34th St, 15.Theorpia .
Rucker, 2957 Willow present were music lovers received a rare, Still on the bridge scene we.find :the Richard- St., 22 and Carter Barbara 1749 J. Thomas W. 2nd,
:1 m Street, Girl.. Mss Fannie Bellamy, cultural treat Monday evening when they were eon Road home of Mr and MrsReed Jackson, Jr. 1210 W. 26th St, 16.
! Mrs.Thelma GeigerMrs thrilled by the beautiful melodies of one of the setting for a meeting of Les Elites Bridge John L. Williams 120 N. St., 24
I Mr. and Mrs. James Gladys Bryant, Mrs. Broadwayfs most popular musicale,"South Pacific Club which included installation of officers and Janice Robinson, 1423. West

Brown,2217 Bride Rd., Gloria FortMrs. .Emma ,." presented by the Glee Club of New Stanton for the fiscal year 19611962.Mrs. Union Eugene St., 24 Clark, 1301% Ever-
I girl. << Morgan, Mrs. Geneva High School and directed by Mrs. Alpha Hayes Catherine Jackson performed the role of green Ave., 39 and Dorothy M.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Whit ,Miss Annie Bell Moore. Proceeds from the play,' which was presented guest player and installed the following officers Scott, .1301% Evergreen Ave., 29.
_. Lee Butlers 2507 Doby Frazier. in New stant n's Auditorium, will helpto : Mrs. Johnnie M. MitchellpresidentMrs. Willie; Lawson 1804 West Brooker, 1804
I Rd. 42 and Girtha D.
--Street, boy. finance the Glee Club's trip to Nassau in Marie McClain, vice president; Mrs.Lois>> Avery, Brooker Rd., 37.
p } :..:. .. .g. ;;.- July when its members will appear in concert secretary; and Mrs. Ann McIntosh, secretary. A
= :
; y j, ;, c for the benefit of the Nassau YMCA building business manager a social committee comprisedof
,'.::':".."',:yr":'*' ;::-: ,::<", ":::,', ;:>.:'.<,,, ,-=-' r fund. Mrs. Alvinia Scriven, Mrs. Vermal McCone, In Fashion Show
,/"*:.:,'." : Q. We can recall very vividly the groupfc wonderful Mrs. Bernice Henderson, and MrsElizabeth Simmons -
K presentation of "Oklahoma" in 1959, but a Welfare Committee made up of Miss AnnaB.

Fh tri persons witnessing Monday night's dazzling per Minatee and Mrs. Maxine Jackson, and a financial -
formance readily agreed that "South Pacific"was committee consisting Mrs.Lois Avery,

Z vf "tops" and some expressed opinions that Mrs. Lula Courtney, and Mrs.Virginia Grayare ,
d h several of the performers would do well to con- among other groups serving the club for the
f tinue their training in the field of music. new fiscal year.
They referred to ,Krs.Moorefs directing abilityas Mrs. McCone and Mrs.Mitchell were among prize
"excellent" and "superb." winners for the evening.
f The thirty-five characters making up the pro- # *> # # # # # # # #

duction included islanders, nurses, marines, The Durkee Drive home of Mrs. Frances Johnson
: :,A:: officers, nuns, and children, and the scenes was the meeting place for Entre Nous Bridge r /
,'':%'J':',', !,:," depicted two volcanic islands i n ,the ,South Club last Saturday evening, and Mrs. Ruth Bon- I. i
1yAw ,
: ;; 'II.I Pacific Ocean where the United States was building ner and Mrs Aldonia Seabrooks were guest players II
t".t an air strip.The plot centered ,around servicemen .
Her mother or her sister? who had not seen any American women Miss Mozelle Bruton, Mrs Charlotte Stewartand
for two years until a group of nurses came to Miss Theora Leggins were the happy recipi- I
I BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL, NATURAL-LOOKING HAIR COLOR the island, and emphasized the many- 'problems ents of club prizes, while Mrs. Bonner qualified -

that developed as a result. The very capable for guest prize.
Whether you want the excitement of a different MISS ELOUTSE HOUSTON
hair shade or want to give new life to dull or cast consisted of the stars of the play, Ensign Mrs. Ruth Kyers, Mrs Doris BennettMi88 Lau-
ray hair ...insist on the long-lasting haircolor Nellie Forbush, played by Darlene Moreno; andBnile retta Jenkins, Miss Ruth Broome, Mrs. Camilla Vogue fl60llVill present -

-t the famous. It's easy red packageGodeCroY'8arieuae. to apply,and complete in DeBecque, played by Joseph HarperjTMF9oo3- Thompson, Mrs Helen Hart and Mrs Elizabeth another of their J
one package-there's nothing else to buy. y Mary" played by Edith Hornet Teta, her assistant .. Siosons were among other members present. hair styling, modeling -
Dorothy Green; Cmdr. Bill Harbison, * * ,and fashion shows

ffale/tqJ: J8 COLORS LOVELY. McKinley Genwright LiatEverlina Smith, Luther Members of The Cotillion Whist Club spent an Sunday from 4-6 p.m.

Billls the engineer,. John Corker; nurses, enjoyable evening at The Lincoln Golf and: Country at Wilder Recreation

LARI.US.e_ played by Barbara McClain, Lucy Walton, Louise Club last Saturday as guests of Mre.h velyn CenterThird and Kt.
Ood.froy Mfa.Company 331O Olive St.st. Louis.Mo.IJTSEI
Polke, Geraldine Ellis, Carol BrownBetty Thomas .Thompson. Herman sts.
Rose M. Jones, Barbara Mitchell and Maurice Mrs Thompsonfs guest list was made up of Mrs. Hats will be shown F

Butler; Sister Clement, .Audrey Lawrence; Willie Dean Wells; Mrs Helen Everett and Mrs and des c riptively
: 'S SHOES servicemen, Willie Brooks, Johnnie Jibe,James Thelaa Marton of Miamiand Hrs.Arlene Stafford. narrated by Mrs j
Nelson, Donald Martin, Hilton Blake, William Mrs. Elvin Roulhac, Mrs. Josephine Cleveland, Janie Cannon, Mrs.
SPECTACULARMILLION Osborne, George Martin, Louis Winguard, John and Miss Bernice Cornell were winners of club ''Pauline Shaw will

Ellis, Virden Jakes, Torebio Searcy, and .prises present the models,
others. *.* * and Miss Jannita

$ DAYSVALUES "Some Enchanted Evening""Bloody Mary","There Allegro Bridge Club enjoyed one of its Prince is the direc-
1' Is Kothin' Like A Dame""Bali Hai", "I'm Gonna regular meetings Saturday, May 20at the resi- tor.
Wash That Man Right Out-a tiy Hair", "I'm I n dence of Hr. and Mrs. J. Alvin Clark,2027 Dur- Sunday presentsP P
Love With & Wonderful tin, and "This NearlyWas kee Drive W. tion is directed by
Mine" are Just a few of the songs that held Sharing the hospitality of the hostess with Mrs. Yvonne Crawfordand

Life Stride Walking Shoes S7JW the ai spellbound and won wide acclaim the members of the club were Mrs Daisy Baker Miss Elouise
r for the talented performers. and Mrs Lois Issard Members of the club are: Houston, Vogue "60"
VaL to $1249 Credit for the lovely costtsMS goes- to, Mrs. Mrs. Lucile dark Mrs Julia HaszardMrs Geneva president. Other
/ Clareesa Dukes. Henderson, Mrs Vivian IngramMrs. Vivian members and partici-
f Ladies & Teenage Flats S4JSVat. * * S. Hanigault, Mrs Marguerite Mitchell, Mrs., pants for the sponsoring N

I Back from the islands. and to the bridge table Elisabeth Jasmin, Mrs. Luther James, Mrs Rebecca organisation-
to 949 Mrs are: Miss MaineHeadenonHrs.
Martin, Mrs Mildred. Petterson,
vs find Las Unee Charaantes Bridge Club in a .. Ethel
Table of Kedettes Casuals S1J8 combination bridge party and shower in the Dana .. Elisabeth Bedding, Mrs Sadie TUlis and Mrs. George Mrs Martha
Street home of Mr and Mrs: well Gregory Florence Turner Williams, Mrs. Jean
VaU to 549 The shower honoree, of course, was little Beasty and usefulness describe the first, Parnell, Mrs. Thelma
i Mitch Warren second and third prises von by Mrs. Martin, LuEpkinMrs Bernice
Mrs Norma White was high scorer.fir! the evening Mrs Haamard and Mrs. ManLga< respectively. Smith, Little Brenda
o 0 and' Mw. Alain! Daniels and Mrs India D. Mrs IHard.. the recipient o f the guest Smith, Miss Meltonia
tfJlltu '" Wooden tied for second place prise Cobb, Mrs. Patricia
U' i. Mrs Pearl Macksy visiting players, Mrs Arnetta -:; MUler, Lavone Williams -
Walker, Mrs Charlotte Bos tickers.JoycieLaMon The next meeting' of the club will be held at little Johnnie
and Mrs..B.tty Sessions were among the heM of ?Mrs Julia'Kawrd in College Gar- HcCloud and Mrs.

; .t ...wk- 'i. ip others present .,,.. ,.. d.a-. ". .". Alene Hut art.i .

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roua TIt FLORIDA STAB Saturday, May 2161

'.I-f.w::;:-.Ib';..'........'" ';:>>,;' Ii First Bap ist'Activities \ i

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It \: Slate r,- .

-i..,.. By Rosa Lee COme : ij I-r : r__
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1\ I Church Loyalty Day 1f
a program which has

been designed to 11k'

supplement the rais- ,r
ing of sacrificial I, New St. James AME Church on Forest St. plans a ,i

I''I, I offerings from all gospel jamboree slated for Saturday night at '
members of the church,* the church. Proceeds will benefit the annual .

.* will continuethrough Women's Day program. The public is invited.

out the month of June. # # # # # # # *
M'AF p
: All members have been F f d r[ i K'r Grand Lodge sessions of the Independent Benev-

//IMd- requested to do their ? olent Association of America, Inc., Rev. C. L*

utmost in aiding the Culver, president, will be held June 14-17 in

sPonsors to reach the Mt. Tabor Baptist ChurchMt.Herman and W.Fifth

drivels goal. sts. Rev. H. T. Overstreet is host pastor.

.i<< Sunday school beginsat * *

9:20 a. m. with Pallbearers Society 10 will hold its annual

I superintendent G. W. outing at Jekyll Island June 11. Buses will
f A of the
tip Pepsi Cop
I to these outstanding Scott and the instructors leave the hall at 8 a.m.and Third and Florida

young AmericanA, who in charge. SPIRITUAL TEA CELEBRANTS-A Avenue shortly after.
make our and highly successful spiritual
I country will program was *. *
our community a better The deacons held last Sunday evening in Clara White Mission when
place In which to live. supervise the devo- director of the Twelve Hour Madame Weight, Annual Youth Day will be observed Sunday at
Prayer Bands Miss Eartha
J ..... .. tions period prior to Mrs. Ethel Mt. Ararat Baptist Church. Deacon George Bakeris
I .ZL1. b A. .L .L t1a .... Davenport Bannister Madam FrazierMrs. Gladys
R .. W'W P' the corning worship. Mary Mosesand DicldeMrs" chairman, and co-chairman is Miss Wila Dean
: : others featured the 'at .
# program New St.James AHE Church Bishop. Rev. E. Murray will preach the 11
: ra Rev.C.B.Daileypaator for, the benefit of the annual Women's Day a.m.
the two program. Mrs. Harr y service and Rev. Joseph Harper will feature
,! if will preach Has Anthony was the event's general chairmanahd
4 main sermons, 11 a.m. pastor. Rev.D.W.Welcomehost- the 3 p.m. program.
: BTU meetsat * *
and 7
.; 5:45 p. m. with (Royal .Art Studio Photo) Mrs. Willie Mae Merritt and Mrs. Clara Oliverare

.( I:I *. W.F.Tillmanpresiding. o. chairman, and co-chairman,respectively,for

<, .1 Choir 1 and Usher Church Group.: Educational Tour Planned the annual Women's Day program scheduled for

< .! F r .J Board 2 will serve Mans' Sunday at Beulah Baptist Church. The program
\ BRENDA WILLIAKS :; throughout the day._ For Georgia-Florida .r Teachers will be observed throughout the day.The publicis

The Hale Chorus meets church school of invited.

4 I Douglas Anderson ,Monday night at 8 pm. Mt. Calvary Baptist The Second Annual Educational Tour for credits *, *

: f J" Brenda 12th for rehearsal.Tuesday Church will observeits toward renewal of teaching certificates for Holy Communion will be administered Sunday at

student,, is counting grade 1* night's Prayer meet- anniversary beginning teachers in Georgia and Florida is sponsoredby the 3 p.m. service in United Baptist Church,

1 the hours and days '*7 ing starts at 7 p. m. Monday night The Adult Program Travel Club. 1409 Cleveland Street. Rev. W.M.! Scdthpaator,

before graduation. *,| Rev. C. B.Dailey will May 29th through Sun- The tour will last will deliver the aermon.V

f ,d is very active in the conduct the Bible day morning, June 4th for three weeks and 24900. Persons * *

f Driver's Education study Wednesday night A cordial invitation five days visiting interested see or Deaconess Board 1 and District 10 will presentMrs.
club of which she is at 7.P.m. All Boy is extended to all to eighteen cities and call Mrs. G.B.Snyder, Arzada Ford and daughter, Miss Lelia Ford

;. vice presidenta member :4 Scouts and the officials come and worship withus places of special 1416 W. 12th Street, in recital Sunday night at 7 o'clock in Mount

l,! of the N. H.S., .| are reminded during this occa- interest.However,this JacksonvilleFlorida, Sinai Baptist Church. The program begins at 7

'ii'.f' Chorus, annual staff. ?("f of the Thursday night, sion.Godefroy's tour will give teachers EL 4-1968 for further p.m. The artists are members of Grant MemorialAME

f i I 6:30 o'clock meetingin in both states information. Church.
** i .
the church. the *
tj !i _, Is opportunity of
/.! )*t ...' First Baptist Church renewing their teach- Rev. Floyd T. McAdoo will observe his second
I s' I !I 1025 Jessie St., extends Ladies FavoriteCoast ing certificatethrough Retains Crown anniversary of St. Paul Lutheran Church Sunday

1 the hand o f travel ex May 28 at 3:30 p.m. The program is also the

'if ; Christian Fellowship To Coast perience. The tour is r fifth anniversary of the church.Rev.Phillip J.

toall, people. Godefroy's Larieuse not only limited to M Gerkin will be guest speaker for the event.The

: Haircoloring is now those in the teaching public is cordially invited.
tl :
* *
being advertisedweekly profession but for
Union Community ,
,f' in the Florida others who wish to .,,'
t .. \ 1
Announces Events! Star.A take a vacation or r

favorite pleasure'trip. I
I : The men of Union with

J j I: ;; .. Coumunity.AME Church, thousands of women Transportation will .fHIZS. JUNIOR'S FINE FOODS. .
coast be made in
to coast Air Conditioned
a Beaver and Eaverson ON AVENUE B
I NOVELLA WILLIAMS streets will observe Larieuse has wide dis- S c e n i c
fr ; t Northwestern High '
their annual celebra- tribution throughout Cruisers.Tour members Formerly }I ck's Half Dollar House

.l .. Novella activities tion Sunday throughout the ]. area. making down payments DELORIUS HATTEN

are in keeping with the day with Rev.' This famous hair- will be assigned a BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER LATE SNACKS
coloring in 18 seat number.The total MRS. DELORIUS HATTEN
\ her dreams for the Henry Pridgen of St. comes
'i I ; future.She is a member John Baptist Churchas exciting shades.' cost of the tour is Shiloh of 1513 Baptist W. 22nd St. SEAFOODS F ,i

: of the Speech Chorus, the 11 a.in.morning Fried Fish or Shrimp
Church Coronation
I: 'I, Science Club, Cheerleaders speaker. Takes Over New Pastorate I Queen for I960 has Lettuce & Tomatoes -

11, squad, and Officers "for the retained her crown JUICY SIZZLING STEAKS r E
serves as Library as- celebration: JohnnyGreggchairmanAlbert *I.tia!
for 1961. She wishes ,....-.
sistant. Hobbies are r Believe It or Not
to thank her many
Photography and read- Manning, co-chairman; friends for having WA Specialize In
,*.. .in g.... ... .... .. -. and Marvin Teal, pro- ? contributed in aidingher 'CR/NESt .t fJ7>
f wt >trir 'R 1K gram chairman. Rev.H. to successfully JUNIOR
.. .i 1 1rw Hollis Hooks is retain her title. SMITH, ROp

church pastor. : .
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R St. Paul AME GOODSONClean'.r. 1j54 < ,;! :

Church 'Note a.1V THE

f k, .

Y 1 eo- ,tf... '* Our Pastor's Choir- ::5" .TWO LOCATIONS TO : YOU lES,S

# and singing groups SERVE.YOU

Isaiah Blocker wish to thank all who f :

*, attended the worship 49W CLEVELAND ROAD
Whenever Larry, 9th
grade student, isn't services last Sunday. }, .2 POWDERS 5* w fib ; i

busy with club meetings Services Sunday will '.4 osa POWHATTEN STREET 12 POWDERS 25' ARE G DOD ,
begin at 9:30 24 POWDWS 49Beauty. ,
,, you will find htm *'' a.m. PH. EL 4-0047 ..
with the "
Superintendent y wi. i i
enjoying his favorite
i ,
ll and his staff in f j t s
hobbies ;
-baseball and -j! .
ice skating. He is-! [ charge. Many prepara- r b -+ U SPECIAL PURCHASE
president of the Con-*!' tions are being made 4
j for the Simmer pro- Shop Supply Sale
ducting Club, Field.:*J RG.10 .
Sergeant.'-_..... -.:..... ....". of.. Band.. .. _''It f gram.Presiding during the $1395 only Used Dryers (Like New) '$3 5. up

.. I morning service will .4 Revolving Chairs (Like New) $15.

.. o'J be Rev. R. J. Blaine, ,. DELUXE up
Listen I pastor, with the 31ULJIH UYOIVU Sterilizers .(Cablnet Type).
to $8.95
PepsiMusicQuest Bracy's Choir and REV. DANIEL JOHNS ON,who was called to the min NOT A HANK PISTOl
istry in '1954 at Bartow A precision nude 6-shot revolver,
Friday Usher Board serving. has accepted the pastorate by Europe's Finest Gunsmiths. Manicure Tables $9.50 each

Nibs, 10:30 to 11:00 I A.C.E. League beginsat of St. Matthew Baptist Church, 28th St. Ammunition ivaiUUe anywhere
5:30 with the and Moncrief Road. His coming to Jacksonville CASH ot MttKY ototi oxir.rkM Gas Jets (Rep SI.t5). $2.95
I For Phone p.m. has lip flu Mttitt ititMiit; City or Bottle
Requests already accorded his
President Townsend in being the recipient "I 21. I MM bMMovictH '
EL 6-04 61-2 of numerous honors from the to Mf CMrt .. tile UaiM Violet Ray Machines coamunity.
charge. The 'League Rev. Stiles 9t a alas(rt.......MT MI I
-It !' would like Johnson stresses youth work as 1ft w., Iac0.sst Ie gut adcawt (Reg. $5- '
to express being' equally ttr aril a alas, Mr .. I af.p Marcel Iron <) $3.50
.* their appreciation to important with his 'adult program.RiV.J hnaon's fJe fros pau a 6q 1iIWIct."
d family: consists of Mrs. Signature Professional blue steel
Clarence Felder for Viola 'Johnson, wife; ".-
: the address he gave daughter Sandra Lee, and sons David,junior,and REX PRODUCTS CO!
at the Citywide League Andra LaRue Johnson. 216 W.JaduavfDept.,241 Chicago Hair Wigs Halos .
Program presented at Braids
Page Boys $2.39
Mt.Zion AME Church on Tea SundayThe
last Sunday. COMM.CAL. WCDDIMS Aovuls.N. Howls Egg Shampoo with Coconut Oil $2.95

., ... Bring your Jug (Reg. f50) _
Prayer meeting, Love Christian Sharing "1- '.. ; '". ,; Ward Nail Polish
Helen Finger 25c
Feast ill
rehearsals, Society v .
business and class sponsor an Entertainer 'h (Reg. ftOO While They Last
rear GotoDealers meetings will be held and Chat and ROYAL ART 'STUDIOTELEPHONE I s

l' oi during, the week.Invitations Snack TsaSunday from -4-1894" 4.Y 'f'i WILLIE SMITH '& laUTY. SUPPLY '

.Q Jadwtisc 4-6 in the
home of
are extended Wholesalers "
'.. :; ' to the Mr and Mrs.Nelson : "
publicas .. .
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,'- -"O'-IL J J-'',:' .< t, ftetuting MlProd'uCtt
K well as friends to' Davis,4504. MOn riet CLARENCE, J. SIMON "SIS DAVIS STREtT.JACKSONVILLE : :- ," f. !
f h attend our services, Road. .. '.>:i'c'; : ',:,-FLA'-. .,:r' '. (")1'W.. ".-.,Mhl.y > .-.. ...:.,_+ .E 4.1380_ .

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._.....t.... THE FLORIDA. STAll Saturday. Hay 27, 196 I IF

Ir F Voters League. Hears Sec V Of Commerce Assistant/ I

I )' ..
adore Singleton Is Elected i .s
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president Of Voters League .c'i. : S_ :L
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By Alyson E. Wise : /"
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One of the most successful conferences of the _

Florida Voters League took place during its ,
two-day; conference here last Saturday and Sunday 1
when officer and delegates representing:

many areas xnamimoualy. elected Jaxon Isadore
Singleton as its state president for the next

two years, and heard the Honorable FranklinH. i %" RC I.

Whittaker, special assistant to the U.S. ____ .. .. :, t- s
Secretary feature its auspicious closing session .
with a most captivating and timely address 1

r } ..
In his address high- 4i AIY
i Sunday final session -
(| I# which was held lighting the Sunday
in New Stanton High afternoon program,
Schoolwas given,over Mr. Whittaker gave an I
to routine' business enlightening and concise _

in the morning and report on the F ,, ,
+ ti i L y :F +
+, climaxed with the Kennedy administration _
tli first 120-days
election of a new t t r rb
slate of state officials in office _
In additionto He reminded his _
Mr.Singletonothers listeners that the __
,now holding posts are: Nation is beset by
Dr. C.A.CosbyGainesville many problems, both
,vice president; domestic and international .1 <

L.V.Davis,Gainesville, emphasizing
secretary; treasurer, that greater goalsare 't +

outgoing pre sident possible only if j7 % ,
: E.D. Davis of Ocala; minority groups place S

Mrs.Eula JohnsonFort greater effort and ibJp -
\ Lauderdale, assistant stress on voter
secretary Dr. Von
registration research
't 1 Mi ellfOrlandodirec-A and voting techniques. S f r f _
tor of research6ern- Noting that the r
ard Singleton,Orlando ballot box is being ..
i director of public neglected in the Northas NATIONAL FIGURE RECEIVES RED CARPET TREATMENT With repre- Isadore Singleton (extreme left) and STAR editorpublisher
,t relations. well as the South, sentatives from all sections of the state participating, Eric 0. Simpson look on. In top (right) pix at airport, Kr.
:J Newly elected board the prominent speaker members of the Fl6rida Voters League, hosted by its Second Whittaker is flanked by state delegates, labor represent-
f of directors at large&reIAtty.E.D.Jackson then cautioned that Congressional district unit,met here last Saturday and Sun- atives, and. local committee members.In bottom pictureleft( )
t the cleaning up of day to formulate future plans and held an election of state the noted representative is shown engaged in an informal
I 1 JacksonvilleDr E.A. local. situations must officers for the ensuing biennial term. Featured speaker question and answer session held Saturday afternoon a t
WardfMiaBiiJ.P, be done in local areas during the Sunday closing session was the Hon. Franklin H. Buster Ford's Restaurant. Bottom photorightrecords( reunionof
St. Petersburg; Mrs.E.s3s .....that the entire Whittaker, special assistant to U. S. Secretary of Commerce Kr. Whittaker with Krs. DellaBettyStewart( while Atty.
K. James, Pal- effort shouldn't be Luther H. Hodges.In top ptyotolefttaken( ) at the air- Henry Arrington of Miami (center)looks on. Mrs. Stewart and
I metto; Ben Williams, expected to be dic- port Mr. Whittaker, third from left: is shown shaking hands Mr.! Whittaker are old family friends and former school
,! BartowJa&es Hammond, tated in Washington.The with E. J. Norman while newly elected state president, mates. _
Tampa Louis Thomas state conferencegot .
Club. .
1 Live noon, a motorcade of Supper .c 'k'? :
Oak; and Maurice underway at noontime PREMIER'SMeat
H. Hines delegates went t o Among: prominent Floridians HELP WANTED--MALE '
Orlando. Saturday when
i attending the
,I\ Beset By Problems visiting and, out of Municipal airport to Miamiattorn6.1.HenryArring SERVICE STATION MANAGER --HELP
meet Mr. Whittaker'splane.Saturday conference were TRAINEE 1845.. NO WANTED
delegates Market
'51 Stafrfo CIa night, REPAIR WASHING OR !<'? 1 ass i'ma'r n'..ii n /Ns/t MIN wkiting
registering at its In N. T CMy ur Lung I land for maid.
s an informal party for ton, former assistantto pu.aekrrlwra anti cook.i w th reference
Mctf* Serf. Night Fiesta Motel. headquarters the distinguished the Dade County FOOT OF WEST PLUS GOOD COMMISSION-, Weekly I *Domestics-il;ry to $iO Box and up.444Wcstbury Write:

Celebration of its Later in the after guest and delegateswas solicitor general.' BEAVER ST VIADUCT VACATION, HOLIDAYS, L.I.. N.Y.
,first decade will be held at Ribault BONU5SICK, LEAVE, IN-
Stanton High School MIDWAY GROCERY Glamorize Your Next Party 'Fresh ) WRITE STRAND I, All STARTS Week tit*.

Class of 51, vice With a Sparkling' Clear HAMS Ib..39crWeiners US HERE, WE'LL TELL

.announced. ICE ($ or Pure Pork THERE. SEEN BEFORE!.

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where plans for the = 1 ::IJcon 3 Ih.. .51.10" .,
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made. Heading the arrangements & REFRIGERATORS SaEr
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: \ 'THE FLORIDA.STAR.1I'r .' \. J- : Saturday Kay 27i 1961

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ScheduledFor Dr. 6. W. Gore ,t." '. 4. ... ::0.'t<- 'F 1111
D A Senior Play Is \ ; N .6 ;/' '.
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"Ti'S '4 i.: ., -' .,:" \-,t}...',,:ri.- :. S'!,. ..?..'-.. *.\) a';; e: .4..-. .S' f SPORTING IT 1- UP-
Monday Night May 29 On Albany Slate '..,-:;:?-::.1>' '" S...'._-. : .. 1SI 'r tf/.7vi:.'..6R ..-'.....- ,
Dr.George W.GoreJr, .. :t '. ., "
"The Boarding House Reach,fta sparkling ccaedy -
will be presented president of Florida GENERAL MANAGER BILL DeWITT in his first year
in acts Payton
3 by
the Senior Class of Douglas Anderson Jr.- Add University, and at Cincinnati has been .instrumental. in introducing -
Sr. High School M6ndayfKaj 29th at 7:45 P.M.in Rev. Henry J.C.Bovden new ideas for the Reds. A winds cope has
the school's 0atorits. chaplain of the Veterans been installed above the top of the press box.

The Hospital at The winds cope is an instrument which determinesboth
Graduating Dragons
of 1961 have TuskegeeAla. will be wind direction and velocity means of a

started r e hearsals I x the principal !during a ;: :' vane and revolving cups mounted in suitable

and, have every inten- CoaBencement Activities position, and which transmits these values to

tion of maintainingthe i at Albany State an indicating unit which may be placed in any
CollegeJune 4 and 5. convenient indoor location. The unit is in-
very h1gh prestige $
that the Dr. Gorenationally- stalled inside the press box and any radical

. when it coi known in educational changes in the speed or velocity of the wind
circles will address is relayed to Manager Fred Hutchinson in the
Class the 75 Albany grad ; dugout.. The Reds feel this information will be
uates at graduation 'very valuable to the outfielders and infielders. -
urging exercises Monday June ;
friends, x 5 at 10 a.m.accordingto t 10.t FROM ALL APPEARANCES Joe Wooten of the Jax
boosters of
an announcement Jets is the most consistant hitter on the team.
set aside aDr.
for Bade today by Presi- On several occasions, Joe has cone through witha

an dent W. H. Dennis,Jr. hit, when a hit means a run. It was such a

treme The cast STUBBS Rev. Bowden, who has thrill last Thursday night when the Jets and

follows Janet Haxwell served as the VA Charleston were all tied up and old faithfulJoe

Raymond: of the family; Hospital Chaplain came through with a home run. It was just

be seen Taylor as Aunt since 1946, will deliver Harold C. Urey, Nobel prize winner in few nights previous to that when Wooten was

Maxwella otell over the Baccalaureate chemistry (far leftanswers a barrage of ques- called in as a pinch hitter and came through

young man. Jackson sermon Sunday, tions thrown at him by: Dow Chemical Co. researchers with a timely hit.
Oliver as McGuire, a June 4 at 10 a.m. NASA personnelfacultyand students ALL KINDS OF PROMOTIONS are being used to

Nelson, crookAidrey All services will be during a reception in his honor following a bring patronage to the eta'home games.Wednesday -

pal ,Nora McGuire, in Sanford Hall Audi lecture on -"The Moon" recently at Hampton In- night May 17th was "Ladies Night"which was

; wife; Jacob torium. stitute. Dr. Urey, whose discovery of heavy the first of the year. All ladies could get in

as 90 Volt .hydrogen won for him the Nobel prize,serves as for a service charge of 35 cents. Friday night

shell-shocked 3 AdmittedTo a consultant "to the National Aeronautics and May 19th was "Family Night." The entire family

; Nesbitt Space Administration. During World War II, he could go to the game for $1.00. Saturday night

Ruby,90 Tech took part in the research leading to development May 20th was "Date Night" and both women and
managerWarren Ga. of the atomic bomb and the hydrogen bomb. men could bring their dates for only 35 cents.DO .

as MrPotter, YOU KNOW WHERE Hal Jeffcoat, a former
salesman ATLANTA-Georga Tech pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds is? He is now

as Lucy; I will drop its first Stanton SetsSenior's living In Tampa. He has been living there for

eh'x: a walking en-' :, racial barriers in a the past five years. Since retiring from base-
isand Debris its 76-year history, Events ballhe has been doing other work.He wss offered -
will, be seen when it announced the thrr minor league managing positions this

a tough tentative acceptanceto Activities scheduledto season, but turned them all down. Jeffcoat is
take at New
admit three Negro $ place now working for the Gary CaiCon5)anyis: attend-
k Stanton in the interestof
students during its
: ing a supervisor's school for that company;
the June Class of
fall term.In .
'coaches little league and Inter-social league;
Rock's '61 The Senior
KARTHA a prepared statement are:
is player-manager for the Gary semi-pro team;
M ,5t was disclosed f 'r MotherFather- Son teaches Sunday School at Holy Trinity Lutheran

portrays Grad that President Dr. Daughter Fun Night on Church and raises flowers and grapes. He and

Maxwell, Edwin Harrison dis- May 29 in the school his wife have three sons.'

sister; Good closed acceptance of auditorium beginningat ONE COULD WATCH THE EXPRESSIONS on the face

will be Negro high school 8:00 p.m.; and the of Don Bushthe regular shortstop of the Jack-

Maxwell, .- Ernest seniors Ford Greene, Annual Awards Day Pro- sonville Jets as he sat in the stands last

sister; first Negro Ralph A.Long' Jr., and gram May 31 at 10:00 Saturday night with his left arm wrapped up

as of Little Lawrence William were a.m.in the auditorium and in a sling watching his team go down to a
Betty Central High "conditioned on, the COMMENCEMENT SPKAKER-; Alumni Day Observance 12-1 at the hands of the Charleston White Sox.

Willie F. the subject satisfactory, comple- Dr. James M., Nabrit, will be held on June 2 Don, like any team man sat wishing he could be
John Ma article tion of the students' president of Howard and the Senior Class out there doing something to help. The jets
of the May issue of studies during their night takes place on
University,Washington, scored first, but the Charleston batters came
Joann .afaz ine. final semester In high D.C,,wUl deliver the June 6, beginning at

student at school or preparatory commencement address I 8:00 p.m. back and started belting the old apple'all

One Way of State Uni- school.IIHarrison at Florida A&Mj University The Annual Sermon over the lot. Don just sat there forlornly and

Ernest main- said the Friday, June 2, Service is slated for watching the slaughter.
braised The \\attcr tails- "B" average applications of ten 1961. The FAMU Com- June 4 in the auditorium -' DAVE; ROBERTS,JETS LhFT FIELDER appears to have

broiled: beef ox : his commit- other Negroes were mencement exerciseswill at 3:00 p. m. ; what it takes with the timber. He has a hefty

The customer president of rejected "On grounds be held in Bragg Commencement Service swing and when he connects seme damage is done.
high cost, you NAACP consistent ,with our Memorial Stadium at 8 will be held in the He also seems to be able to take care of himself
both ends meet chapterEboqyreports. normal admission pol- a.m. City Coliseum on June9and out there is left field. The Jets have

icy." the Jr.-Sr.prom everything they need to be a championship tea

II t'r4 ...II.\Q I j4 4t = Syracuse Denies will be held there on with the exception of three things-batters

the night of June 9. runners and glove men.
EVERY 4MTISIOX 1400 Students Student Bias ONE SPECTATOR IN THE; GRANDSTAND last Saturday
night demonstrated to the other fans just how
Expert Photography Are Placed SYRACUSE, Y.In .'" :V'-:" ,. h: -.c.-r. well he knew each one of the Jacksonville play-

t I ,a Portraits Weddings Baaquets answer to a front pare ers. After reading the name of the player on
& Identification Photos =/ ,
Passports Photostats & Commercial Work On Probation article in the student I his score card, he would yell out, Allright

Photos For Newspaper Cuts publicationThe Daily F a$' Bill Rittman, Let's go Big Joe WoctenHit em
While You Walt Orange, Syracuse University hard Dave Roberts "Allright Katthewsits time

Coloring & Picture Framing officials this to tag one." He was quite impressive knowing
Let Us Take" .A Photo Of Too SAVANNAH--Some 1400- week reportecfly denied each player so well.

"- >\-'f"?. Negro students who that ,the college had c-1 :.., WHAT HAS BECOlffii OF JIM GREENGRASS, the player
'r if: JW In Natural Color recently boycotted a endorsed a policy of I II I that won the hearts of the fans even before

AYlonl Chatham County high discouraging inter- y- the season got underway? Small children wouldgo
AVERY'S PHOTO STUDIO school in protest to racial dating.The out to Myrtle Avenue Park to watch the team

1674 Kings Rd.-Next to EWC Library the dismissal of its student organ ri. work out, and it was not a rare thing to hear

principal have been noted, An official them ask: "Which one is Greengrass? Fans are
Phone EL 4-7695. For Appointments' laced on probation. university: policy of now asking: "Where is Greengrass? Well Jet s
.-;. for one, year by the discouraging'dating will be Jets, but they all run out of fuel
'. ,. between students of
board of
county educa- sometime.:
J ?';.. a tts M : .t:., '. tion, it has been an different religionsand AT THiS BtCINNBIG: OF THE SEASON the Jets flew

.t nounced.The races was revealed : DR. L. B. MOGELET
',oJ.'. _" Navandeducatedprincipal ,"by two girls., ,continuing high, and suddenly there was a crash landing.The .

i" ,:' ., ,:.f.:!- :. A If i ore that the ST. AUGUSTINE----Dr.[ high flying Jets are now resting on the
warning to the Li 11 burn B. Koaeley bottom.
\' ,'. eatham,the students girls ,
t'4. charge was released came from Miss, Marjorie minister of the touris't

.4 '. ***m his principal-, C.Smith,dean of church of Daytona
Y trip because his views women.' Beach, delivered :the II II

were considered "too Eric. Faigle, vice Sixty- Ninth! Annual

:1..-eral"by: the school president of student Baccalaureate sermon

. .... board.' services and Miss at Florida Normal and I I" !

,.; It was also learned Smith both vigorously Industrial M t e mo rial
.- that another 1,000- denied the charge ,College
students from two r
other Negro high
: : schoolswho had 'joined WHEN YOU' ABE ILL

i in a sympathetic You Seek ?h. Seat Doctor .
Whtn Your Doctor Prescribe
boycott with the Sol '
C.Johnson high school Get ExperiencedTo Pbms--- MAKES/2ft ; SKIN BLEACHES
:. Fill Your Pr+tcxipttac* .
stuuents were also Y. OLD FASHIONED .
According To Your DoeladiOrdara.
1400 WRHC 1400 placed on probation.All w. Use Oaly .5

students affect Tke Best Quality Drug A*
-FEATURES- ed will be requiredto I. Dr. C.:E. BlaskProPrletoi Skona
make up two addi-

KEN KNIGHT : tional days in June 3 REGISTERED> PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU .lightens dark spots
-W"-AuIO- for time lost during'the : .
KNIGHT TRAIN 1 '. ,:, perfect powder
boycott action. LILLY'S DRUG STORE base SJOP8'dlP
1.9 PJC. U.l NK3RTLTSWEET The Savannah NAACP

., CHARIOT. .. ,, .
; alleges that the 1907 Klsgs Bead ELgte W67I
.: young .
f ; .i:* .te Me MONDAY MM FMD.r,H : :
: : principal was dis- .
I,I CosaeHci &8bb Good CaatMts SoadrSe .
I *? *
MONDAY adssed because he
1f.,11 MaN .SATURDAY. was
.' .'... '. .-- I. '.0 "too progre 1....." .PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED ., .Atenufsdurtrs of Power's &ergmo'The Jar with the Stir"



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THE FLORIDA STAR .Saturday, Kay 27, 1961

It Jax' ,Robert Hayes Of FAMU' Runs 9.4 In! The Century |

I He's. A Jaxon Article Says; ix Track 'StarRates Links Tourney Grid Hall OF Fame. Inducteesnil

I "Ez" Is BrokeNEW Youth Today's TopsTUSKEGEEAla. Sft For June. 3-4

NASHVILLE, Tenn.-one
t :YW YORK-Although he .- Mozel hundred fifty golfers .
-------- -l'fe1 MbJ
earned $1,500,000 by (Mule) Ellerbe, all- both men and women,

fighting from 1940 to time Tuskegee Insti ,- are scheduled to .participate -
1959>he ,is now broke. tute track star and in the Fifth

This is the admissionof member of the Helms Annual Qpen,Golf Tour- ; I II
4 former heavyweight Hall of Famesays the nament, sponsor e d by

champion Ezzard charles biggest d i f f erence the Nashville Links

1. ; in a story in the between the trackmanof Golf Club, an affiliated -

I June issue of Climax, today and the pastis unit of the Uni-

a monthly magazine. that the old-timer ted Golf Association,

1 ; 'rt Charles tells an interesting "depended on natural on the week-end of
\ 5r 1
'"- .;" and forth- June 3-4
-'.t'!', :- ""- ability alone" whiletodayts
.. ..$ right story of his Held at the Cumber-
;...j.... "'"-l "'"t'" s'peedsterblends
"' rise from ,poverty and land Golf Course a
t \ in "the finer I :,: '
.:, ': WI anonymity up the lad- points." layout whose gentle } -
". .",( ; der t 0 wealth and Unlike his predecessor hills and fairwayshave
I .i'L.,,: fame, and his descent the modern become a challenge -
I from the top rung day cinderman, says t o golfers
.ti back to the bottom. the 47-year-old Ellerbe .throughout the entire

:" All he has left n ow has the advantage mid-south area, this
'-.. n:' C is his house in C i n- of blending "the finr annual tournament has K.A.I.A HALL OF FAKERS inducted were E.T.Har-

"",.. fI cinnat iwhich is debt- points"(good coaching met with wide popular vey, (left), commissioner of the SIAC, district

I ; ridden by tases, anda and scientific training interest. It is expected chairman of the N.A.I.A. ; Al Duer, executive

.!:'h.. :'J." couple of parttimejobs : methods) with ,in- to draw par- secretary, N.A.I.A.; Jake Gaither, athletic
.,..( _:_.. ,, which bring him ticipants from t e r
--' -- -- -- born ability. "Butwe director and head football coachFlorida A.and

FAMU SPRINTER TIES RECORD--Robert Hayes, Jack- in 'a mere subsistence depended largely on states with represen- K. University; J.R.E. Lee Jr., vicepresidentof

sonville freshman, may be heading for the big income.Not only that, what came naturally," tation from United FAMU. Lee was not inducted. He representedFAMU.

time on the cinder paths. He tied the National he cannot afford a he explained.To Golf Association clubsin .

Association of Intercollegiate Athletics record telephone or a car. say that either such key cities as /

for the 100-yard dash ((9.4)) set several ,years "Ifycfld 1 friends don tt the modern' day :or the Birmingham, Atlanta,

ago by Bobby Morrow! of Abilene Christian Co 1- come around any more? old trackman-has more Memphis, Chattanooga, Liston Jailed// By Mistake
laments the
lege while smashing the FAMU Relay mark. .He ex-cham- natural ability' than Chicago, St. Louis,
copped the SIAC century championship for 1961 pion, "and those who the other would be Louisville, Cincinna PHILADELPHIASonny trated Harry Ellickand
with another record of '9.4 in lived off me arenftdoing erroneous he tiDetroitKnoXYille
tying run Atlanta says. Listen the heavyweight he was on the job
so gopd these ,
last weekend. Appearing fit and Huntsville and even and '
I contender who hopes to immediately gave
(FAMU staff D. C. ) days either. I leanEllerbe Baltimore
photo by Collington expressed Maryland. lift the world's title Liston a three minute
The fortune that he
these views last In addition to five
Charles earned from 122 from Floyd Patterson hearing. arresting
Ray professional week after he had flights for amateur -- -- ---
Royal Crown fights dur- served as an officialin players, s p e ci al brow next year was .
Bottling May Undergo ing the nine -year the 35th, Annual flights are scheduled mistakenly arrested recently rr 2
Company period was not squan- and later released : .
I Hand OperationLOS Tuskegee Relays---an for women golfers and .
1235 SAN MARCO BLVD.FL ANGELESNoted dered in riotout or event where Listen it was revealed -
blind pianistsingerRay immoral living, the starred from 193840.To rounds will beginon t
,was standing on the
fromer fighter e x-
Charles has been old-timers at the Saturday morning,
40th andMarket
I plains: he never kept meet he was still June 3rd and compet- ,
warned that he may +
at about
Uses Stop Watch womensmoked or drank .
"Mule ELlerbe-one
lose one or more itive play in the sev-
for Itch Relief fingers on his right liquor; he never had the world's greatest." eral flights will be friend 5:30 p.m.when talking a policeman to -a : : ; i1rlrY
"more than one car ata %
hand unless an oper- But to the younger held on Sunday, June [
Mrt.A.Z.Gracie says: I thoufht time he was came up and ordered
a y
; sethis athletic fame /'
ation is .
4th. a
I would go out of my mind with performedit the corner cleared.

ooison friend ivy Helene itchinf.suggestion.Then at jny I was disclosed this church-going One notes nan i the was relatively unknown According to Pro Joe Liston objected,saying I _, -0.:.....,.. --
bought Tetterine. My husband week. n despite his Hampton at the Cumberland that he SONY LISTON
in fun. checked the time on his Charles story, however was acting
likeable with
top watch. Well. in no time at Charleswho has can- way Course, no previous like a law abiding officer admitted that
all. the itch was gone. Trttenieis celled all of his con- a spendthrift J them. year has found
equally wonderful for fait relief citizen and refused to Liston was merely con-
I of surface. rash eczema aOt> certs for one month, pattern similar t o Even when the P. A. Cumberland airw ay s budge. versing and gave him

lete's bites.foot If your and innocuous druggist cannot insect slipped and fell on a that of some other system blared out that in better condition.A The policeman took no trouble.

trine supply Company.you send Savannah.75< to Shup-G&. cake of soap in the get-rich-quick sportsmen ,Florida A&M speedster deceptively easy look- Liston to the 161 h Magistrate E Hick

bath tub at his horn e.n : he loved good Robert Hayes of Jack- ing courseit adds up District police stationand said, "it was a big

clotheshaving had as sonville had tied to more than 6800 booked him on a mistake,"and told Samy

many as ninety expen- Ellerbets 193S recordin yards for 18 holes in charge of corner lodg that he was a "great
4 sive suits atone time the 100-yard dash its setting alongsidethe ing. ccntenc er"and a creditto

and paying 365 a pair ((9.5 seconds), few of Cumberland river. Someone called Kagis- our city.

;.Make. .your .,:'..:/. for his shoes.He gave the 4,000 realized Timed so as to coincide -
'( :' :' former with school clos- You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
: away from $150 to 520C Tuskegee greatwas
Face Fee) ;:
;: :,.::, a day to his street- amongst them. ing and the commence-

COMFORTABLE. corner friends. Speaking of the 100, ment celebration of LOW PRICESDRUG

dept :andLOOK Charles' distaste Ellerbe, a ,native local colleges, the'
: : : cI for fightinghis family Floridian, predictedthat tournament provides a
.. life and other the record, would welcome recreational STORE NEEDS

details of his rise "soon" be shaved to opportunity to visitors

# and fall in the fight nine seconds f 1 at. to the city at On Your

H' world are laid bare "It's by no means impossible this period of the Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store

\b by the ex-champion, ," he says. .year. Swayze Hall, WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISEDIN

who now wonders "if "Remember, they said President of the Nash YOUR LOCAL PAPERS

: J ( it was worth it." nobody would run the ville Links Club, emphasizes -

.. \ I mile in less than that "thisis

This is another FUC. ; ; t 1- four minutes.. ",._. a tournament which Dixie Pharmacy
,: -.--- i all are welcome to

.PRODUCT enter, no matter how 1302 KINGS ,ROAD at aiYBTLE AVENTEPHONES
I If your druggist cannot supply you SHAVING POWDER O0. WATCH THIS CLOWN EL 5 397-98
poorly o r expertly
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24-19-35 one which everyone PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELE-

'- +kt will enjoy." Applica- PHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE

-- .. :, '.- tions and information
-- 8 6 may be obtained at

5 9 the Cumberland Golf
1 2 Course in Nashville.

.. 99-531-14 At KENTUCKY BOURBON !
63-52-11 1A
-,. '. Rattlers End
S..Nas he'a w Y +.A 1 Terrific' Season
Sometimes he's ct."..
H. adds, subtract
H. work it mil ......

723849Man's Florida A.and K. Uni-

C. J. (ChuckSmith m versity baseball teas

Another Citation wrapped up the Southern -

Days FAMU'a wellknown Intercollegi ate
Athletic Conf ere n c e
Ar. Numbered public relations di-
TRAIN YOURSELF, rectorChareaJSnithIIlwss baseball championshipwith

i "Man's Days Arebered"Health Nia- signally honored a sweep of a two-
And For 'h"e game series with Allen t'1"
A recently when or :
For Paying tune Can Yours When '\
rofessiCn. DQ University Co-
\\ You Val awarded a fellowship -:: .
Khov your Lucky 1 ibia,S.C.,here last
:t 1 In 26 Weeks 1 ,., DaysLucky C.aloisEtc. to attend a week. : : .
special sesdnar for
.<..- Send $2.00 for your ) The Rattlers edged : ,2 ; .
\\\\\U.,* ; Horoscope Guide For jO : iteachers. i I
this at'the the Yellow Jacket 3,9-6 4ta
Women Ar. Excelling (I. fin June University of Hinn and 9-4, to end the
in the blank below -
I season with a 17-1 : .'
sota.The avard :
BarberiMgFLOIIDA Jttd aailto ZODIAC ,granted .-
Post Office Box 561 by the Newspaper league record and a ;
AT J&ebGnTille 1, na.'KafB Fund, Inc., is supported I 20-1 season mark.'n !r : '; : \.S..J
lone defeat duringthe i '
by the Vail >d .

Street Journal in order '61 campaign was '. '
1 IARIER COLLEGE Street .. to. encourage more a 13-7 loss. to South:

.'. : Carolina State Col-
< talented to
of people ,
; .Date ; '
:: .< "430 Davis at ICCVOT St. BirthHo
lege i n Orangeburg
Bay choose ,jo u :s amp STIMCT lemei 1IS8I :M roar caM ar.u.un a.r.iu.ut.x
careers. three weeks ago

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CaseWASHINGTOHIt is being !! ..111111111.11,1.11; .IN JACKSONVILLE

in :
predicted .
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Florida that the U.S. .11111// I
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Supreme courts recent
temporary order barring
the State o f : : :'::'
Louisiana from enforcing : .

two state .
laws being applied ,; t.
against the NAACP will

have a farreachingeffect
on a similar
appeal now filed with .111 1111 IM ** ,11,1tK ,
the high court b y t1e {

Miami clergyman, Rev.T. r JIII
R. Gibson. S
One of the Louisiana
laws would have required
NAACP groupsto
turn over their

membership records.The ; : 3r
other would compel -

local NAACP groupsto ,
produce affidavits A
that none of F '
their national offi- i R
cers were members ofa :
subvers i v e organ- K f e rd
zation. P1.
The Louisiana case A i

now goes back to New '.
Orleans for further
hearings before a : 'i.l

three-judge special .. '; ; s
court. z rf,; z .. GROUP IEDFORD & "IMY" CORDS
Rev.Gicsonwho' heads
the Miami Branch NAACP x ba n 1 CRISP POLISHED COTTONS

chapterwas sentencedto
six months and a > Breeze-wei ht cotton casuals! born to be Worn in the
t' Y' warmest weather-vat bap you cool cool, cool! Black.
31200. fine for refus- r f tan light blue or olive BEDFORD CORDS! Blue or gray
ing to produce his k "BABY" CORDS! Black tan. light blue olive, charcoal.
group's r.: e r"h e r ship i ;.j s I r taupe or gold hMustre POLISHED COTTONS! Sizes 28
records. >, '; to 42.


: 7
Johnson, 21, S
; J Ribbed random cord cotton the new fabric so much
of 1545 ti.3Oth Streetwas 1 .: : I n demand by masculine i fashionables for its neat'appearance .
beaten last Sunday t. 'y ( and comfortable feel. And the styling is pure "Ivy"!
police reported. Black, fan, pale olive or charcoal. Men's Sizes 29 to 42.
I-:rs. Margaret: John- "
sonmotherof the vic- I"A rri r. ., ,

tim told police her I : 3 'CONVENTIONAL" SLACKS

daughter was beatenby I.I
Al Eugene; Pugh,24, Handsomely tailored ccmfort-w.i ht dress slacks that .
of 1A87 29th Street. never hint how ftffle-you paid! Shape-retaining Dacron
She said Pugh came to s poyesterndfayon! TROPICALS in solid-tones and f.nweav.s
f I
:r yon-An&Arnl* triacetate DOBBY WEAVES
the house triedto
and solid-coor GABARDINES! Sizes 28 to 42. Brown i
get Pauline to go .. R R navy, black, tan olive, charcoal, med. gray.
home with him.When she SIZES 44 TO 50 ....... C.B.Y.
refused, he jumped on a
her and beat her with '

his fist and kicked FV 4 TROPICAL WORSTEDS
her in the chest. S K>a :' k..:

Police stated that I .. Take Just one touch of the superb fabric Just one
Krs.Johnson told them look at the expert fit .and you'll know how much more
they have two warrantson they're worth! Luxury quality almost'.weicrVHess blend of
Miss Every Pair First Quality! wool and Dacron polyester! Solids, checks and patterns
Pugh. Johnsonwas 1 s I in navy black brown, olive, charcoal med. gray. '
taken to Duval Every Pair Discount Priced! Sizes 29-42. .
Medical Center b y

Sowell Patrolmen ambulance.W. H. Har- BUY NOW FOR FATHER'S. DAY & SON'S GRADUATION .

ris and S. Gaines in- -


Hurt During :Fight ,

Mrs. Hattie Mae Reed

was injured during an
argument last Sunday,
police report s indi-
cate. lEtiMuI 4*
Mrs. Reed said she
got int o an argument
with Otis Edwards,39,
of 761 W.Adams Street .
and was stabbed. She
said the argument

started when she told _
him about drinking so
much in front of her GROUP "IUD lET" NYLON STRETCH! COOL.

children, he became COOL COTTON! SPORTY CREW JOCKS!
I 100% eyta cfcttdi Neb I* a *... teM ..(..,
angry and stabbed her ;I ,....... Rm ...... erfylae. Ii..-...**"* &, 8111.s .
in the right arm witha = S+rifwLr ..a4 ale ritt.J a.. ..*bL SIaea 10II.
knife.She treated "I 4 t. .

Center. t ,.' .. -. fl:; BETTER IUALITY STRETCH NYLONS!
1 _- 2GIOUP CM! HoM with foritom Im't-iM "HwnpKflr. ..rgrl.k .
Patrolmen Fred ;
Mack r r ,
t, I ,t.w flff.nls, FM and J.Doe investigated W..f.d c*!.n. ,.tterNl! SOM IB U I IS.MIRACLEWEAR .

-if.if... *' .* R ACRIUN' HOSE!

By Cripple .
'Ir'' -'- Fin qHlity mr e!.-fiW web f. umfaV'yew f..l
.. .,, ( =._ ..6.11 I h.r Shim cal.. "Illeell r.a.lea. .1.t4t
L.M. Bates, 50,of 710 l : 3BIOUP .,,r.( seW I. ...t HlieI-foi. lid blh.io ale's. pet.t. .
C 1 / .... Wi4-n1t uid f..., .rne. ,J..ail'. w.t' .
Line was assaulted ,1 S&.. 1. fit .. ii.MapifitMt .

last Monday :.L S "RsIiiwiB11 Crew S rtSttfci -.
police reported. if Iti-Uis Tiiftrad Nytn!
Bates told police he R Ant drd1..i er. r6. .... Ike fiMIH Sew
went upstairs at t h eState II.... ",....... .hc a.. Mcb lie a Mer11'
4 hit for 'Une wMt, Mat fI... 10 f. II.
Street addre s
to get his wife and a
crippled man known

He only said as Eddie he called hit him.his.. 7890 1MORMAWDY BLVD *C.I.Y. mans 48th STREET between I Pearl I Ic it Maini

wife out of a room to fl.4s11 r.sw ...wws
go home. He said he a la a se.

? started when walking Eddie downstairs OPEN DWW I 9:30: A.HUO I 10 PJ. t..1.1.fIilr s i1rI /.

/ knocked him down. .
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