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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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Jacksonville Fla
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June 24, 1961
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General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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:Women's- Activity' In Civic Drives_ Urge, '. FIB Voters. LeagueE1etjon Set June 26'1 I

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Returned To Court .Her In Judge Santora's Court
WASHINGTON-The U.S. Supreme Court refused The swift sentencing of a young Jaxon woman
this week to. take, action on Duval County's in Judge John Santora's municipal court calls
Board of Public Instruction plea for .a three- for improvement of poor communications which

; I judge panel'to hear the school segregation suit seemingly prevails in the court. II
I between the .school; board and local Negro par- Last June 15, Kiss of the request for a I
r en .s. S Annie Doris Mixson, continuance. Jackson 9
+ Y |" This action t.by the I'Mother-ln-law 1413 KcConihe St. was* stated he had filed '
nation's with disorderly
FREEDOM TEST-Herb highest charged a petition for a new.
Callender, the first 'Freedom Rid r' to test the | court paves the way conduct and arrested trial. t
second Greyhound team lunch' counter facilities in Jacksonville last week when the [ for the school suit Charged WithMan's following an Another simi 1 a r incident t\\
\1 arrived, is' seen as he gave his order to a cold-eyed attendant to continue before argument with a white occurred last ''I
local bus while station a stern-faced cashier watches. After integrating the ; Federal District Death bus driver. April when an Ebony ;
Callerxler'and two other, members of his team were f Judge Bryan Simpson Miss Neon was ordered Cab driver, charged
arrested in
Ocala. (See story on this page.) to in
t here ,in,Jacksonville. appear with a misdemeanor \
: On March 1 of this Judge Santora's court by a patrolman and 1\

I Riders r Slasher Is Premature .: year, Judge Simpson .. C early the following city cab inspector, 1
: fills refused the school : morning. MeanwHile, was jailed late one ,
: Sound, OVIJ Baby's ocfy ; board petition to after being freed on 1 night and faced, trial :
t :Trial Slated;-:. -- -:::- --, **" r*.**y Ir,: + Found Were federal pan .,'a.nd at \ contacted Atty.Ernest. court early the following :(
For July 5th the same time, he also D. Jackson who being. morning. ,I
The body of a
refused to dis- unable to defend her Sources close to the 1/4
OCALA-Three "Freedom pound, 6 ounce baby miss the suit of the the following morn- cab driver lammented
boy was found in'the EDNA MAE ELLISON
Riders" who were arrested Negro plaintiffs.The ing, suggested she the fact that there
here June 16, 1400 block of East school board then l Faces Murder ChargeA contact the court's was such a brief period -
paid bond of $1,000 4th Street last Tues- carried its plea to bailiff and also Judge of time between
each for'their appearance ,. day, police reported.Mrs. the Supreme Court mother-in-law is Santora and request a the arrest and court
here July 5 to Ella 'Tisdaleof which denied its being held in city continuance o f the hearing that they were
answer charges of unlawful 1162 East 3rd Street petition this week. jail awaiting chargesin case. unable t o secure a
and R found the body of the the alleged fatal also
assembly The seeking Atty. Jackson lawyer's services.It .
failure to obey an 1I premature baby in the integration, of 'Du' shooting of her son- said he would call is felt that if
officer. 4) middle of the street, val's public schoolwas in-law. the bailiff, which he the processes of jus-
Charged with attempting wrapped in cloth and instituted originally I Dead,is Bailey Cohen said he did. tice i n ntora's I
to crack In a hearing at Justice newspaperspolice re- 20of 82? Jackson St.
the trial
segrega- by 14parentsof I Before court slackens i t space ;
tion barriers at a o f the Peace ported. was believed Negro schoolchildren .who was reportedly Miss Mixson said she somewhat a nd if '
bus station wareRev. Dorcas Drake's court by officers that dogs in Duval. shot by Mrs. Edna Mae talked with the bail- communications which 'I
Leslie L. Smith Tuesday Leroy McCray could have pulled the Ellison,45of 112 May when .
35, Earl K.Johnson,local iff. However, presently seem on a
Albany, N.Y.HerbertA.Callender,27United of Gainesville was: package to the street NAACP attorney, and St.following an argu- Judge Santora appeared low level are :improved i
bound over to Criminal: from bushes near by. ment Saturday ''night h.e
Mrs Constance Baker to heart morning's it will be I
Court i n lieu o f Mrs. Tisdale went to at the woman's home. he had
Workers arri Hobley of New York cases, beneficial to all con-
$10,000 bond for the the home of Mrs.Viola Cohen died Sunday in b notified of '
worker of KahwahN.J. I .. not een cerned.'Shine'.
and James O'Connor,31 last Saturday night Johnson, of 1358 Bri- p -5- a local hospital. f'f the woman's requestand
year old economics assault of a Florida dier. street :and- the., Carl Wells: -,r. o'un'ty f Detective Sgts. W.C. went through with CaseST.AUGUSTINEAlberta II
instructor at'\Barnard State Patrol trooper.rlcCrayxho latter 'calledqxjliceJ medical.:examiner said Barber and F.A.Gruberreported her trial. She was
CollegeNew York City. has served A part of the wrapping it ,was a prematuremale Cohen and his fined $25. Stevens, who was-arrested -
The three riders were a Raiford Prison sen- was found about 50. baby with short wife Ida' Mae were The STAR, upon talk- for possession
represented by .Atty. tence for a similar yards from the body. hair and was probably married April 28. She ing later with Atty. of 16 half pint bot- t
Ernest D. Jackson of attack 11 years ago A local paper ,dated a'' colored child' here told police she left Jackson, learned that tles of rr.oonsh1newhia-
Jacksonville. onaStarke policeman June 12, 1961 was was no visable evi- him and returned to he had called the key, was freed of
,was captured minutes found near the bodyof dence of foul play, her mother's home bailiff but the sourofficial charges when Circuit
Riders Seek later by city the baby, police possibly a stillborn after Cohen refused in turn fail Judge Howell Meltor.
police after having said. to job. directed a verdict. of
Dr. Wells said. get a ed to notify the judge "
slashed Trooper C. H. The body was taken ac uittal I

JFK's AidWASHINGTONU.S.Atty. Strickland's thro a t to Duval ,Medical Cen- lax Quintet Nabbed J During Burg ifv AffemftfBURGLARLT 'II
while enroute to county ter and to the County -
jail. j Morgue where it was
Gen. Robert F.Kennedy' Strickland had earlier '- i pronounced dead by
has been asked to arrested KcCray Dr.F.R.Hayden at 8:40
atop arrests of demonstrators for having improper
an a.m. Tuesday morning. .
again license tag following Lt. E. P. Corley and
segregation.Nine an accident near Max- Sgt. L.C.Higginbotham -
leaders of the ville.Another who Divi- ,.j
man of the Homocide : )..
"Freedom Riders"move- with his ,
was KcCray sion investigated.Dr
ment met with the attorney .< fr.o'
in the patrolcar
car,case -"
general-Kennedy at the time: of Five More + S
later said that "there the attack 1 ''S 4 r'Rt

was a frank exchangeand KcCrayseated in there Dade SchoolsIntegraijd
the meeting was of the patrolcar SUSPECTS HELD IN CUT JAIL The timely arrival of city police shortly after mid-
a useful one." is said to have night'Tuesday"resulted in the ultimate capture of five suspects now awaiting hearing on
Meeting recentfywith lunged across the seat : breakiDg.Ienter1ng: and grand larceny charges for attempted burglarlyat 0. K. Sundries, S
the state attorney and slashed the patrolman's MIAMI:-Five previously 1099"fl.orda Avenue. One suspect, Andrew Howard,17, of 1111 Florida Avenue was shot :in the
generals of Hour York, throat with'a all-white schools arm: lby one of>three bullets fired pursuing Patrolmen P. W. Land and D.L. Poston.Howard

Kennedy said that.the knite.He then jissped ,will be opened, to 19 was later picked up at Duval Medical Center where he went for treatment. Willie Thomas
issue of desegregated from the car.Troop Negro elementary. .t..- Wilkes, 18, of 1343 Evergreen Avenue was caught inside the sundries shop. Lt. J.W. Greene
travel is now before Stricklanddespitehis dents vith the fall of the police burglarly squad 'said VUlkes and witnesses near the scene identified the remaining _
i the courts 'and the 'wound, radioed schools 'opening, the three sen. Suspects shown from left areAndrew Howard,Johnny Lee Green,19of 1114;
Interstate, CoaeerceCoadwion. city: police andMcCray Dade County School Oakley St, Willie Fred Stuckey, 20, 1469 Evergreen Ave.j Willie Thomas Wilkes, and Calvin
captured at Ashley Curtis Bryant, 32, of 620 E. First Avenue
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TWO TH5 FLORIDA STAR Saturday., June 24. 1961 9
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"." "THE FLORIDA STAR, .. ,. ,_ "Politics As Usual"By .
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-'AA v*.<,; NEWS. t & S $' ".J, ,: ;.. 1f ERIC::0 .
':.1F- '>'S i T : $SIMPSON ,
f,4f.Published by The Florida Star Pu **" ,- "" "1"-.
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"Member of Associated Negro VOTERS : ;
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ERIC O. SIMPSON....................,........................,.. ? -*

ALYSON E. WISE...................._.......... .,............ meeting i which.
The of Florida Voters League
'r HILDA, WOOJEN...........................?,.......".." East
-- was scheduled for last Monday night 938

MAIN OFFICE 4. PLANT: t R Union Street for ;the purpose of electing officers -
J( w _other than the president of the 2nd Congressional -
2323.Moncrief Road.....N........................... ;
.- District was postponed at a late
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Mailing Address: \ Li : 4I hour that evening.
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P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, I wish to apologizeto
: those who took want it known that I
SUBSCRIPTION* RATES time cn.tto attend the am seeking the supportand
One Year, $5.00; Half Year $ '
; 6i&-T proposed meeting which cooperation of the
Mailed To You Anywhere In The United, ;)
I bore no fruit. and naittee-
Subscription Payable In Advance. Send Check or precinct c o
"FLORIDA STAR-P. O.Box 561- tat caused many to lose women as well as the
.- 1kkkc valuable time. I wish ccmritteemen..that I

Barred From 01 .HJ1ti' to assure everyone would like to see

that the postponementwas committeewomen and

CEe necessary becauseof other female c ivic
Just after the election last an unexpected last workers holding offices -

Holey! pointed out, as did minute d
e velopment, and taking an
mentators,the great injustice and add that it is my active part in the

eight million Americans who wanted feeling that it is planning as well as

were barred by unreasonable just as well that the the carrying out of
laws. He received, as a result, not held.I .
meeting was project under-
than he had had on any one subj ect; { r J( : {,v b
don't think that
taken by the Voters
This is but one indication of enough of the female League in this area.
sentiment for reforms in
public sex had been notified I want it known that
Yet now, in a year when m state of the meeting and while serving in this
meet it is discouraging to find
consequently were office I won't allow
evil still exists and that most
present to participatein the local organization
concerned.The .
apparently are not
in the elections. to be dominated by a
chief trouble arises TEMPLE: OF UATk Ib TUMBLING DC/.N Althoughthe few men with the womenon
ments, which vary from state to *
the outside..Andmost
seldom reasonable. Granted that '' .- admission I
of i important of all,
should have lived ,
voter a : Your Weekly I women into :!,.t -., I will bend every effort -
time: in a state-to be informed on ..
poli- 't", to prevent the
and candidates. That argument Horoscope Guide tics and I Voters League from
to presidential electionson which
civicmovements becoming the tool or
would absorb some
how much they moved about the WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR instrument for any
has become politician or political -
While .a national constitutional BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL '
an accept- machine. ,
would remedy the situationthe. hl3il'SON
'- ed ide a Being aware that
irettinp one through isc, wthersome. : By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER
there are many who there are quite a few
vents the states from overhauling j seem to overlook their so-called 'civic lead-

requirements. If they allowed ARIES ) LIBRA-'< importance in such ers Nrho are always on

for president after, saytwo 21 thru April 20th CANCEL t matters. the look-out for some
Born June 2: thru July 23: Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23
in the state, they could stiUplace But,I f'imly.believe easy cash and usually
restrictions on voting for other if a good part Opportunities couldbe Proceed with discre- that the fairer sex stay away fromorganization any

this initial close at hand,a nod tion if you run acrossa should be given an or group

may be devoted there would be n o money-making to where
proposition opportunity par- they don't see
On ,
holiday pastimes need to go far afieldto ,an old property ticipate in the plan- some money, notice

( thru 4th), you find them.Take advantage that may be had for a ning as well as the should be served there

If there is one thing that makes have occasion to of the long song, or any other drudgery connected in won't be any loot to

see red, it 3.3' realization that something holiday to visit with activity that you can any movement or pro- be picked via the
short-weighted. It follows that a and --pro relatives and friends turn to advant age(1st ject that affects the League.Those who have

sumers are seeing red because of a You would be who are not otherwise thru 5th.). I t social, economic or eyes strictly for the

the National Conference of Weights to turn down accessible when your 670991436679SCORPIO political life of acoranunity. political buck can

that many a package is not "Star"'A to play an time, is not your own. stay away.

This warning cannot be taken role in In- You ma y foist a friendly Hbrn Oct 24 thru jsfny. 22,. As president of the The Florida Voters

by consumers or by industry.lt was Day fes- tie, which neither Regardless of the 2nd Congressional League has a big job

t approved by more than 500 ,local should any time nor stress wouldbe .pober appraisal you I i; District of the Flor- to do and it needs I

weights and measures officials at in your par- likely to break in may have of some mem'f'f' ida Voters League, I men and women who are
conference sponsored by the locality. the future(4th)hxOd: bers of the h uman i interested in ccnauni-

Standards. Their indictment of rake theweekend commitments unless you be starting out species, it does not i i of hordes of i'l 1- ty betterment and improvement -
tices blunt and direct. for the .
was on a trip prevent of condi-
them. you extracting mannered or u n r e-
The weights and measures experts can keep 6-161 weekendtake the most fun and knowledge from tions, generally.
there would be all
relationship between what packages urgent measures t o them.'_ First of allwe need
:the to be
what they say they contain TAURUS insure the safety of 8-50-55-18-23-851 t more reason to increase the registration
straightforward, more confusing a. April 21 thru May 21 all who accompany you where you can rest in of Negro

ly deceptive." They asked not ((8th). SAGITTARIUSBorn comfort.The long hol- votersin the 2nd
be little Nov. 23 Thru: Deft.
with legal requirements for may 9-40-22-16-62-912 iday will give many a
to do than to The national holiday chance to improve Congressional District
but also greater recognition of .
(Duval and
and enjoy life LEO could stretch out from their surroundings
"moral obligation" to see that comes from the Born July 24th thru August_!SIt the 1st thru 5th for the clothes, NassaU)and throughoutthe
gets what he is led to believe he spruce up
State of Florida.We .
thru 5th. This could well most people.No doubt
very closets or indulge
It is to .be hoped that many need to conduct
t be an excellent be that Leos Sagittarianswillbe
many many their preference for
cept the invitation of George P. I relative to'
to visit have chosen the them. surveys
type among YOU the private occupa-
missioner of the U.S..Food and
job for
tion, to join in a national and relatives of professions that should be where cash tions they, like' best Negroes in the
shipment of short-weight or far, or to go will keep them work- registers are constantly ((3rd 8th). It may be city,
1 county and state and
concerted effort would be greatly 'where you ing harder than ever, ringing u p essential to share after
interest. always wanted to while the rest of the sales on the 2nd, 3rd your secret wish or securing the

up educational; population is enjoying I and 4th. Even if the negotiations with the necessary information,

highermind a long Fourth of pace slows down during one who is part of follow up with a cam-

THE AGAINSTERS with the, July weekend ( 1 .s t the succeeding your ambitions, and to paign on all levels

they de- thru 4th). Those who days, there should hopes if you desireto bring about employment -

.The conclusions take their leadership still be considerable forestall future of Negroes in

One hears a lot of slogans now reach could qualities seriously activity wherever you dissension or compli- those areas.

alyzed, do not mean what they beneficial ef- will want to be in mar be.1lowi92o149. cations. It would not We need to conductan

Take this letter from a that should last the vanguard wherever ease your task any to educational program i
Sen. Stephen M. Young to acquaint. thepeople
a long time to celebrations are held. engage in speculationin
"You spenders spend and spend Be slow in With Mercury' poisedto CAPRICORNAWh the erroneous belief with the records of

t Let's return to rugged strangers. resume its forward Dec. 22 thro'Jan. 20 that this is one the city, county and

ask for favors from Washington. I The longlndependence state officials s.o
motion, on the 8th, way of bridging.
creeping socialism, handouts and there is no better Day holiday is more 3-30-33-13-35-315: that when election

1 aged." Fine, 'but read the GEMINI moment.33O441556341. likely to ,find you' time rolls around a-
I "This came from a man who enjoyed May 22 thru June 21 and your dear ones, PISCES gain Negro voters will

J school .ch program, received could be. one wading through the Born Feb. 29 Thru.March 20 know which candidates 1

\ training, as a GI and college and joyous holi- VIKGO. many tasks ,that have You can pass more to elect or vote out

the Gl Bill of Rights: bought a bryouthe family Born Aug. 24 thru Spt.23 to be done around the time with those Who of office.

i FHA loan, enjoyed checks from the your more ex-1 Life cannot be so l'. house. Those of you gladden your heart, The next meetingwill

soil, bank program for not raising friends from serious that there is who cannot get away and provide food for be held at Buster

farm supports to help him 1st thru 5th. You no roam: for fun and should not feel cheated thought to your active Ford's Restaurant,938East

I his farm\ products. His mother still take entertainment. You you would find mind. There are Union St.on Monday -

getting Social Security checks time off. to. should have a wonderful yourself maldng rather promises of a festive June 26, at 7:30

Many people are against federal the merits of chance to test than spending coney. period, filled wit h p.m. without fail.

others. ',When they themselves estate this out for your- Since love is serious possibilities for artistic

that's different. financial oppor self. Do not be backward business, you have to achievement,

should such about acceptingnew be sure before you agreeable companionship -

,Psychiatrists hired by the to, your attention friends whereveryou give your heart to ,and gain for the wEtil uST ..AYETO

times charge |250 to $300 a day, the 2nd thru 4th. happen to be on 'anyone in particular.? by few who their are duties tied from down RE1r15T IbPA TirNES

Department reportsvhich proves any blessings the 2n 3rd. The- 7-90-77-17-37-791 1st thru 5th.Reactions IO I-
nothing wrong with their heads.. are bestowed on splendid outlook that, AQUARIUS
but refrain from Born Jan. 21 thru Feb. 10 associates who
to obtain them. yourhonzon believe that you are
Jacksonville Needs A personal on the 4th,should be AJ. hOugh you do enjoy betraying their trust
taken as a clear sign the company of
Check or rightly,
that you hold the .people who meet your would be swift and
Read the all potential i
o from, the 8th future_ in your own ethical standards_ You positive on the 8th -

r hands..S801l..1648S86. dislike, ,in equal 9th. : .
L. Week. Patronize
Every measuresthe presence .
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pnaa.- as TIJE FLORIDA- '.5TAB-. Saturday, June 24, 1961
.A. -

AIA's Slate, 39th Annual

Confab Aug. 13-19 In ChicagoCHICAGO
r'fi 'kj1
Hl.-,Dr. Marjorie H.Parker, Supreme
.' ..- !Jr j1: Basileus of the Alpha' Kappa Alpha S6rority,announces -

', :- ... _., the Thirty-Ninth Convention of the ..
.. '.. >1' 7' :" -:'LouisE G. GUINYARD: ,-. >_ t I i, Sy.3i f _j Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority t o beheld in
... : :: ... '. .{. i" ;... ,-> ____ Chicago, August 13-19Sheraton Hotel.The'themefor t
: .' F 'i it ft this Convention will be: "Assessing The

'Ji. M J1., ; It Strengths Greater Of Service.Alpha Kappa Alpha Fo r InvestmentFor ;

Of note 'to :the entire community was the recent Each day of the Con- Wedding'Bells

ceremony. uniting Delphinia M. Brinaon,daughter vention will be devoted ,

of Rev. and Mrs. Earl W. Mainor, and Nathaniel to pursuing a APPLICATIONS FOR

Greene, Jr. different aspect of MARRIAGE LICENSES

They spoke their vows in the home of the Alpha Kappa Alpha's Robt. Owens 308 Goodwin% St,
bride's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. John A. 14I. -'; strengths.Included in 20 and Vermeil Scott 1842 West
Howard, 1238 West 12th Street., with Rev. D.W. ,'.':-" these discussions will 27th St., 18.
Bass officiating. .: :. be the assessment of Eugene Scott 525 Lee St, 42
As the wedding bells echo faintly in the dis- +!:...... its educational, political W.and 17th Vera St,A.21.Washington. 1625

tance, I shall try to summarize prenuptial "'t .: economicor Bernard G. 'Herring, 1504 West
parties honoring, Mrs. Greene. : : ganizational, social 14th. St. 25 and Geraldine Dan
Mrs Josephine Cleveland,Mrs. Margaret C.Day, I and spiritual strengths, iels, Rt. 1, Box .189, Campbellton,
and, Mrs. Hortense Brewingtbn were hostesses I' FOUR NEW culminating in positive Fla., 19.
to a miscellaneous shower held in the A. L.Lewis secretarial employees in the Office of the Secretary of the directions for Thos. Norman 1742 E. 21st St.,
Treasury meet with Robert A. Wallace, Special Assistant to 28 and Elois Allen, 3307 Bridier,
Branch YWCA. Surrounding Mrs. Greene on Secretary future actions of the
of 18.
Treasury Douglas Dillon and the
this department's Employment Policy .
happy occasion were Mesdames Charlotte organization.The
Officer. From left Miss Yvonne Arthur B. Cason, 5202 Parrish
Bostick, Betty Belton,Annette TaylorForrestine accepting her first are C. RichardsonJune graduate who is I Alpha Kappa Alpha Ave., 53 and Lucille Fields, Rt 9,
Willie position in the tovernment serviceMrs. Marion E. foundedin Box 410-X, 32.
Donalson, Sarah J. Seymour, M. Jon s Sorority,
Margaret Mathis, Elouise, A. Fletcher, Sophie Bennett, transferred from the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Mrs. 1908 at Howard Uni- Moses Brown 740 W. Church
Cleo V. Bradley, former employee of the Internal St,'21 and Lois Pearson, 556 Fla.
Revenue Service
White, Earnestine Poole,Alma Glass,Ruth White, and versity, Washington,
Miss Ruth Ann Ave. 22.Frank.
Hazel Howard, Vermal Glover,Gussie RileyAnnie Cothran, previously employed; by the Redevelopment Land D.C.the second chap-
Agency. The E. Jones, 1021 Jackson
Kainor, and Lauretta Greene. activities Treasury Department has recently stepped up recruitment ter, Beta, was estab- St, 18 and Mary Letha Howard
The Ribault Road home of Mr.and Mrs. Clarence among minority groups in line with the President Exec- lished in Chicago in 703 Stonewall St., 15.
Bostick was the setting for a small dinner utive Order calling for greater employment opportunities in the 1913), now has a membership :Theo. R. Bowers Washington
government service. D. C., ?0 and Algia B. Corbin
party at which Mr. and Mrs. Greene were guests of 25,000 col- 1924 W/9th St., 25.
of honor. Other participants included Mr. and lege trained women
Rudolph Stripling 621 W. State
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Mrs. Henry Davis,Mr.and Mrs.Alvin WhiteElbertGrant ir.: ; Bride Elect with 276 chapters in I St., 42 and Ruth E. DiLifus, 3532

,. and Mr. and Mrs. Raiford Brown, Jr. : __ .':' : 36 states and the W. Moncrief Rd., 20.

Mrs. Greene was also honored with a party *. -T:. ''it.j Is Honoree District of Columbia, Lee E. Mallory, 375 S. Myrtle
given by Mrs. Louise Sheffield and Mrs. Jane 4 .: aP Si on leading colle g e Ave., 21 and Edith F. Washington,
Miss E. Hunter
Davis. Mrs. Annie Mainor, Mrs.Lauretta Greene, Mary campuses and in the 727 North St., 20.
Mrs. Petty Belton, Mr. and Mrs. George Nairn, who will-exchange vows principal cities of Thos. Moore, 906 Jefferson St,
with Ernest Williamson 24 and Addienne T. Hartley 717
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence BostickAdam JohnsonMr.and 2f July 15th in one the United States, as .Franklin St, 22.
Mrs. John Howard, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph of the beautiful set- well as a chapter inMonroviaIdberiattest Walter T. Anderson 1839 W.
Howard were among guests. 2nd St, 21 and Ernestine I.
# *"* t tings of the season, Africa. Thomas, 5240 Bunche Dr., 17.
the recent hon- .
The eve of summer vacation found personnelfrom was oree at a miscellaneous ....?t ,..:. .:. y .- .'. .......-.-.....,. -.-.........- ..-...'!);;, '. ,::. .,:-;,. .
some of our local schools gathering for v, :'." .;; ...'. .
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shower in home .
final .. .
outings for the term. ': .' ';
of Mrs.Phillip Albackof } ; 7#; '. .:? :
The beautiful and spacious Edgewood Avenue ,., f ,,...
< 1491 W. 10th St. -"
home of Mr. and Mrs. James Schell was avail- F- '\. --..,-..,.. :
able to members of The Northwestern High School .. .' <.. :. r.r A color scheme of .< .tit'r
,(; '. .
pink and dominated
Faculty for a "cook-out." green .. ,
,''''. ..'
The beautiful O'Reilly estate located i n ,.", the scene.Manyunique I: '' <;

Green Cove Springs was the scene of an out- I- and lovely gifts : ;.:l
ing given for teachers at Darnell-Cookman. Mr. I were received. Games \>,
Vernon Sands, president of the Darnell-Coo loran CELEBRATE NUPl'IALS-- a beautiful evening and music were playedand ,

PTA was instrumental in securing this lovely ceremony, Miss Lenan Whitfield of Lake City, refreshments were -af

site for the group. became the bride of Johnny C. Thomas of Jack- served by the co- ,
# # # # # # # *, sonville with the impressive eventtakLng place hostesses M e s d ames .
Mrs. Doris Glover Bennett left the city last Monday night at 8 p. m. in the home of the Raliege James a Mary !t

Sunday for St. Louis, Missouri where she will bride's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. McQuary. F./..:: ,: y
be.guests of Dr. and Mrs. Walter Dix. Clyde Thomas, 7203 Rhode Island Drive. Mrs. Persons present were >/
# # # # Thomas is a graduate of the National School of Madames: E. C.Rosier .. \1!
# # # # -* # P'l. .-.. :.. ...1, .li
Mrs. Lillie Pearl Coehn of 2830 Begonia Road Business, Nashville, Tenn. The groomnow serv- J.Vfynn,D.D.Whit e,I.F. Her mother or her sister? :
is doing well after undergoing s u r ge ry at ing with the U.S. Army at Fort Jackson, S.C., Wallace Alexander,
Brewster Hospital. graduated from Florida A&M University. E. MeuseA. A.Triggs, BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL NATURAL-LOOKING HAIR COLOR
* (Florida Star Photo) L.G.SmallMisses M.L.
Oliver, and S.Oliver, Whether you want the excitement of a different V7j
Mrs. Edythe Weston was hostess to the most, COMMERCIAL WCOOINU AOVEMTIBINU HOMKI Mrs.0.Richardson,Mrs. hair shade,.or. want to give new life to dull or
pay hair insist on the long-lasting haircolor ;
recent meeting of The Cotillion Whist Club held W.M. Jones,0.White,R. in the famous red packageGodefroy'sLarieuse.
in the Lincoln Golf and Country Club. KumphreyM. McKeever, It's easy to apply, and complete in
Mrs. Viola Monroe, Mrs. Evelyn Thompson and ,, H. McIntosh, M.Ayers, one package-there's nothing else to buy.
Mrs. Evie Alexander were high scorers for the ROYAL ART STUDIO R.BonnerJ. WalkerA.
18 '
r gatgttt/r LOVELY h.
evening. Miller, R. Dwight, A. COLORS ''y' "
Other participants in the meeting includedMrs. G TELEPHONE 4-1B94 SmithE. Hunter, N. LAR'EUSE '

Carrie Parsons Mrs. Olga H i inbotham JohnsonM. Stubbs C. :
g g God.froy MfA.Company.3510 Ollv.St. St.Louis,Mo.NOTHING1
Mrs. Hortense Brown, Miss Bernice Cornell, and Stubbs..- and C. Hines. ------- .--- ---
Mrs. Gilmore.
Marjorie FLA. .,
# # :
Pajamas clad Mrs. Myrtice P. Thomas was a
hostess with "a lot on the ball" when she entertained -

The Gems Bridge Club Monday evening.The r
lovely Jerome Road home that she s h a r es i
with hubby, "T.V." provided the picturesque

setting.Having a wonderful time as guests of Mrs. ."J. BEATS THE45..1 ((1(1ill

Thomas and The Gems Club were Mrs.Mable Jones, No wonder
Mrs. Maxine Jackson, Mrs. Coretha Wilson, Mrs.
Margaret Starkes, Mrs. Gwendolyn Stewart,' Miss

Alethia Frazier, Mrs. Essie Me Cray,Mrs. Jessie 2C; the English *
Y. Fears, and Mrs. Jacqueline Hall.Mrs.Starkes,
Mrs. McCray and Mrs Hall qualified for guest
prizes. keep so cool GREYflOONoR

Club prizes were won by Mrs. Alvenia Scriven,
Miss Zelma Johnson and Mrs. Marie McClain.
# # # # # # :# ifrc(

Upsilon Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha

Fraternity received boost from mother nature .
that helped to. make their Annual Spring Formalone

of the most enjoyable affairs of the sea- ,.'... .
son. A slight ,drop in :temperature kept their :: .

guests cool, along with "cool". music by :the A4e ..
wonderful band from Atlanta, Georgia. GooHg FUN I

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FOUR ?lam FL01IDA STAB Saturday June 24 f I
: CommunAnnouncss..EW
First baptists; Union

/ .Slate Activities < .

Sunday a s rvici
CHURCH NEWSNew 1 ByRcsiLwCtffle
begin with S u:
Last Sunday tele- School at 9:30 a.
vising of First Baptist with superintend<

fs 11 a.m. morn- C. L. Crane and
Hope AME Church will observe annual:Guest ing worship services teachers in chug

Day Sunday, throughout the day, beginning with i wi1e: shown over a The 11 a.nusersBonibe
S'School at 9:30 a.1I1J.; R. Henderson, local IV station delivered b7

superintendent, announced. Teachers and officers ac G .F Sunday morning at 11 pastor, Rev. H.Ho

from SueaYwill Schools throughout, the city \ a.m.it was! announced Hooks.
participate during the day's events. E this week. League hour is

#-# Saturday at 11: 15 5:30 P.m.with Mrs.

A musicale honoring the 38th anniversary of a.m.,Firat Baptist's Houston supervisi
Mrs. Eartha J.. Harper will be held ,Monday,June I. final., in the seriesof 'Weekly Activities ,.
26 at 8 p.m. in New Hope AME Church.Mrs.Harper radio messagesover
fff Regular weekly
is a member of Mt. Ararat Baptist Church and r;$ fy" a local station !
serves as organist for Senior Choir land the will be heard. er meeting and c.

Junior choir. I t Sunday School beginsat meeting will
* 5 9:20 a. m. wit h place on Tues
night Choir 1
Usher Board 1 of Day Spring Baptist Church will \ superintendent Scott
sponsor a Fellowship Tea Sunday at 4 p.m.inthe and the instructorsin rehearse on Wednesdj

church annex. Mrs.: Louise Grahamchairman, .4 rr : : charge.The deacons night and Choir
holds Its
Mrs. Eddie Lee and Mrs.Lovette Mitchell rehears*
Brown, -- --- will conduct the devotions -
co-chairmen are the program's directors. 4 ,prior to the on Thursday night.
* morning worship. The NOTE: The Sun

District 31 and Usher Board 4 of Mount Ararat sermon will be delivered School C on ve n tio '

Baptist Church are joint sponsors of a FashionTea 3 A 'by Rev. C. B.Daileypaator.Choir which was scheduledfor
which will be held Sunday from 3:30 until } Sf 1 July 19-21 :in East'

6 p.m. in the education building.Current styles and Usher Board 2 will: Palatka, Florida has
will be featured. Miss Marveen Benjamin will serve throughout the been re-scheduled for

serve as narrator. o K day.W. July 5-7,1961 accord-
* 1 $ 4 F. WLllman will ing to convention pro

District 32 of Second Baptist Church invites preside during the grams being receivedby

its friends throughout the city to ita MusicaleTea s BTU program at 5:45 ministers in the I
scheduled Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m. at the SStx p.m. Rev. Dailey will city. JJ

residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. Sanders,5538 Ave- deliver the day's

nue-B. final message during
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evening worship at 7 McCRORY'S
West Union's Abyssina Baptist PRESENTED SUCCESSFUL ANNUAL DAY-The women of Mt.Olive Jttffi Church recently p.m.
comPleted a most successful annual Women's Day observancewiththe Weekly ActivitiesThe BAY & JULIALITTLE -
Bible Rites Set AnnouncesActivities various committees combining> efforts in reaching the-'-organiza Youth Choir will "

West Union tion's projected goals. Members seated from left in top photo are- rehearse Monday nightat
Baptist Mrs. Louise Hardley, Mrs. C. Hields, Mrs. Nancy FranklinMrs. Ophelia 6:45 o'clock. The
Church its
begins Vacation annual Rev. B.Lwynnpastor, Corbine, Mrs. Juanita Simon: and Mrs.Carrie Jones.Standing from left: Male Chorus holds its RIB

Daily is requesting al 1 Mrs. L. M. Blue, Mrs. Eunice Jones, Mrs. T. Miller, Mrs. Algie Cohn, rehearsal at 8 p.m.
Bible School
June 26. Classes Monday will, parents to send their Mrs.. Bertha Lang, and Mrs. Essie Roberts.In center photo areMrs.May- Tuesday night's Prayer Dog Food

be held in the educa- children to Abyssinia bell Taylor, ReV. Dave .McKelvin, astor, Mrs. Mane Grant, chairman,and Service starts at HIGH PROTEIN
tion building and the Baptist Church's Bible Mrs. Lula Webb, co-chairman In bottom pixMrs.Lula Webbchairmanex 7 p.m.The pastor will
school closes Jir 30. Vocational School treme right) presents women'a day funds to Deacon Fletcher of trustee supervise' Wednesday CHICKEN BASE
scheduled for Monday, board. Other board members from left are: B. Grant, and Deacons Jerry night's Bible Study.
District 13 meets
Sunday after the June 26 from 9 a.m.until Lang, J. Sams, George J. Webb, and O'Neal Roberts.Men's Thursday evenings Cats Like It Toogcents

12 o'clock noon. :-. Boy Scout meeting begins -
morning worship; District The Sunday School fISI.
at 6:30 o'clock.
4 meets Sundayat Chorus meets for rehearsal DaySunday Pentacostal Pad AME First Baptist Church, .
3 p.m in the home
of Thelmon McBride Saturday at At 1025 Jessie St., ex-
Church SlatesWomen's Church
4 p.m. in the church. tends the right hand
1Z>40 Whitner St., and St. Peters
Usher Board 2
District 6 observesits are pre- BY L' QUESTOA, EVERETT of Christian Fellowship -

anniversary Sunday Sunday senting from a Musicale-Tea 4 until 6 The men of St.Peters Day Our Pastor's Choir to all people. Per CanFAYETTEVILLE

at 3 p. nu Rev. p.m. in the home of AME Church, 30th and Women Day will be and singing groups

Samuel Waahingtaixill Mrs. Juanita Hamilton, Lee streets,will celebrate observed Sunday wish to thank all who

deliver the annual 2735 Begonia Road. A their annual throughout the day in attended the worship
sermon will Men's Day program the Pentacostal Church services last Sunday.
program event. highlightthe Sunday throughout the of the First Born No.. Services Sunday will .: \

day. 2, 1631 W. 23rd St., begin at 9:30 a.m. SUBDIVISION -
( Kev .O. A. George Elisha Gray is gen- Bishop Edward White, with the Superintendent 33RD AND SPIRES STREETS
eral chairman of the
The Rev. 0. A. George of Cincinnati Ohio pastor. and his staff in
a event
and is
spiritual servant of healing and health, and assisted being Minister Wilhelmi n a charge. Many prepara- HOUSES Under Construction
by cochairman Grant i s general tions are being made
giving blessings the
throughout United States
Lee Mc- s
chairman and Minister for the Summer
may now be contacted at E. Market St.in Jack- Cloud program -
sonville. and team captains NBuxtonco chairman; Salesmen On Duty

He is helping thousands every week.Rev. 0. A. and others.Elijah Harris Other committee mem- Presiding during the 12 NOON TIL( 6 P. M. ;
bers are Mrs. Gussie morning service will
George io a God-sent man. He can also tell
you The
when and where.Donation observance begins Bell, beautification; be Rev. R. J. Blaine, SATURDAYS And SUNDAYS i
with Sunday School .
only $3.00. Phone EL 3-3533. at Miss Phyllis Jones, pastor, with the
He all 9:30a.m., and the secretary Mother Le- Bracy's Choir and
sees and tells all about you. Come to MORRIS CONSTR. CO.
the Altar of Sacrifice and be healed no matter morning message will lia Underwood, treasurer Usher Board serving.
what your condition, whether sickness or disease be delivered by Rev. Elder Mari a n A.C.E. League beginsat 4791 ORTEGA BLVD. :-: PO.8-429f !
R* J. Arnold, pastor. Whitepastor throughout 5:30 p.m. with the ,.f
Friends and the the day. President Townsend in .
Healing is our miracle through the power of general -
God. Luke n-26J Matt. 19-29 Isaiah,53-5Rev. public are cor- Sunday school beginsat charge. t'
0. A. George. dially invited to attend 10 a.m. with guest Prayer meeting, Love

-Advertisement- the event. superintendent Mage- Feast, rehearsals,
L rita Stafford in' business and class

H R charge. Guest teachers -' meetings will be held

will. "b e Mrs.L during the week;
I now it's Pepsifor 'Queatra.EberettMtaLucretia
Ar"i '>po H x
illianus Mm.
those who thlnkyounll : Ruby DiXonMrs.Annie.Q- DON'T 'LET FIRE

(II'ThMLI' ( Today wire on the go as a er before.We lead the 1 Ml Scott,guest secretaryMiss r \.
Shelly Ann Wef- DESTROY YOUR
I, Jepsi :: This is tile Hf for Pepsi-Hght, bracing clean-fasfnm'UlulI..iuJUIIIII. fert. HOME,

Pepsi-Cola. At stores, fountains, say "'esells.." Principal speaker YOUR FAMILY. .

during the 12 o'clock
:a 1 will
morning worship
1\1) }.J' ..' ; n be Mrs. Mamie Owens, .
,'Y. .7 "" ''! ,itt
.as! ., -.: ...... ,... a RN of Duval Medical
,4 .
"" .' Amazing Hew S
4'f.; .Y ri .i : ., Center. Mistress of per.Se..lflve
-i '.. :, :.,. ceremonies for the MERLITE FIRE I
r" \ 3:30 p.m.program will ALARM
J.:,.':. :i' ',; be Mrs. Annie Mae iI&IOWLS
h Jones. Other program & i
1 participants will be
-t 5'A Mrs. Rosa Lee Silver
i'f.,' / A '" Mother Alice Carte,, Vs-Mile BLAST 1400 WRHC1400

1f ': Mrs. Annie Mae Scott, Before FIRE Reaches

,. 1.y'. r Mrs Carrie Larkin, DANGER POINT! KEN KNIGHT
., t't ... .
and Mrs. Stella: Col- td*i pried teMitnrt fat
_J- Afcml HOWL..s.istskflls.coetiiraa .
lier. "
;! oJ varwaf vfctin Presenting 1'
I starts inn yow tally
Youth Hours will be
t.I> "
at 6:30 p.m. and the fctfera ffrt raps scot KNIGHT TRAil
trtliHI Prefect
l Pastor's *Aid: Club yew IMM at low tort
A 8-9 P.M. 12-1
Nif fitly
r. '
: ? meets atll:30 o'clock. *No inulktion' ...just hang on walL .
1 t: \ : Evening worship ,begins *Selt-Conttined t... no electrical -
I ;.- ,) t r p1UC-iD. SWEET CHARIOT
7 S. at g;pmcrwith *How when temperature .reaches
devotions and traditional 135'F. 1030 Thru
9:30 to Monday Frtfey
Simple to test power anytime.for .
rr services suPervised to**f.ry.f,..r I.....flct,
s Trj ,. at.,... factory. TAffXUTf F..lvr.a ;
l L t : by Mra.Lelia fin.ALA VISI "
.. ':':' Edwards and MrsPearl REV. L. COLDwIRepruentative BLUES M THE KMKHTIfcM

'..1' Johnson Evangelist, 12 Mmtfey Thru s.t._
.r' BOTTUNS COMPANY OP Mrs. Susie 'Lloyd will ,
'. .1 1147 KcConihe-EL 6-6703 -- ,
be the -
:-- ;; speaker. ,
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\ Voters League's 53* m Laura Str..t BIRTHS'

Jcrxon Promoted .

Elections Monday Presbyfer/an ,.Births at-Brewster Hospital,
8y U. S. Army
Last .}I nday night's E rer.
Church Notes Mrs.Henderson
meeting of the Second .Mr. and

Congressional Districtof S f} BY L.N. PEARSON SR. Gamble, 911 Everson
r the Florida State a Street, Girl.
T.V. Huger, superintendent Mr. and Mrs. Laura

Voters League was 'a } t
postponed and will beheld of the Sunday Adkins, 1425 Grunthal
1 4 +4.. School announces that Street
J Monday night, : Boy.
t the Sunday School Mr. and Mrs.LeonardBurney'
26 7:30 at Sys
June p.m. fw
t schedule has been
Buster Ford's Restau- revised ,1523 Dodge Rd
rC v M hJ Classes will Boy.
rant,938 E.Union St., .' f
Y now begin at 9:30 am
< Mr. and Mrs. George
vice ,
Eric 0. Simpson,
J- close
a will
announced. i and Haynes, 2537 Janette
president, promptly at 10:30 a.m. Street
is all Boy.
M Y.h.ii Simpson
This will give ample
ii Mr. and Mrs. Lucious
mnber8interested attend R time for opening and McCrary, 2651 Phlox
citizens t o

.--Sergeant Earl West- Monday night's the electionof meet- cussion of the lesson. Mr. and Mrs. CharlesWilkerson,1730

I moreland, 30, son of ing since The allotted time is Academy
the organization'sremaining
Basil S. Westmoreland "1'--- 20 minutes for opening Street, Boy.
of 1931 Ella Street, slate of officers READY FOR DAY CAMP-Girl Scout Troops 261 and 293 of Saint Paul AME and closing the Mr. and Mrs. Joseph

JacksonvilleFla.has for the cur- Church are ready for day camp with 15 already registered. Weekly Girl Sunday School and 40 Sinmons,Louisiana St
been promoted to Staff rent biennial term! Scout meetings have been discontinued 'until Sept. 27. Girls desirousof minutes for discussing Girl.

Sergeant (E-6) during will be held. registering for the day camp may contact Mrs. Irene BaggsMrs. J.& the lesson. Total Mr. and Mrs. Ernest

his current .tour of In order to be elibi- Davis, or the Girl Scout office. Weekly day camp sessions will be time fbr Sunday Schoolone Smith,330 ChaseAve.;

duty with the U. S. ble to participate in held during the weeks of June 26-29 and July 3-7, Mrs. Baggs stated. hour. Boy.
the 6lectdonsall mem- (Royal Art Studio Photo) invite
Anqy in Korea. We always Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
bers who have not paid
Assigned to the Adjutant visitors and friendsto Sanders, 1766 W. 2nd

General LogisticalCommand" Sec- fee their will$1.00membership be obligedto Rivival Starts July Rev. R, A. King come and with discussthe us Street, Boy.
tion, 7th do soSimpson said. Central C M E lessons Mr. and Mrs. Edgar

headquartersin An all-out effort is 10 At St. ThomasRevival Speaks SundayAt and arevery grateful Graham, 7203 Rhode
Seoul* Plans ConcertFor for their attendanceat Island Drive, Girl.
now being projectedto
r A 1950 graduate "of all adults toloin meetings will Fountain our services. Kr. and Mrs. Alton
School urge at St. Thomas June 30thThe Sunday School this
Stanton High the second congressional begin Yates, 1672 Virginia
Westmoreland attended district Baptist Church July Rev.R.A.Kingpastorof week will open at 8:30 Avenue, Boy.
A & M in 10 it has been an- a.m.lith Antoinette
Florida which embraces .Duval, Payne Chapel AI2 Mr. and Mrs. David
Tallahassee for two Clay and Nassau coun- nounced by the pas- Simon Singers, Church will deliverthe M. Gadling leading the Brown,1615 Garden St

years before enteringthe ties. tor, Rev. W. C. Neal. composed of seven 12:45 p.nusenr.onSunday responsive reading, Boy.
Army in August The Eastside W h oSoeverVfi.ll finely blended male at Fountain Supt. T. V. Huger in Mr.and Mrs. Willie D.

1952. He completed PrayerBand voices, will be pre- Chapel AME Church, charge. Morning services Bryant, 2507 lantana
basic training ,in Sweetfield Baptist ,-i, s asking all sented in a ,concert Mrs. ." Irene Austin, start at 11 a.m. Avenue, Girl.

September of that year Slates Program. prayer bands of the progrannrFriday night, sponsor of the Sunday and will close at 12 }:r. and Mrs. Joseph
at Fort Jackson, S.C. city to cooperate in June 30 at 8, p.m. :in School Convention noon with Rev. F. D. Washington,2201 Lads

Before his arrival in Sweetfield B Baptist the revival .services. Central>X2KE Church. announced. Wilson, our forcefuland Street, Boy.

Korea he was assigned Church's Daily Vaca- The pastor will This event is being' Various p rejects courageous pastor Mr. and Mrs. Thomas

to "A" Company, 20th tion Bible School is preach a special sermon sponsored by the relative to the con- bringing the message Jackson,1463 W. 21st

Engineer Battalion, in progress with Mrs. Sunday morningat church expansion vention which con- with Westminster Street, Boy.

t Fort Devens, Mass.Sgt.Westmorelandwho. Juanita Hagans, MissShirley which time he is committee and will venes in Julyis being Choir, Mrs. Ruchyne.WatsonorganistseI"V' .I Mr. and Mrs. Shepard

Johnson, and asking all members to benefit the building sponsored Mrs. Jefferson, 721 Ct.G.

has been in Korea Mrs.Pauline Sibley in be present and invite fund. Tickets may now Austin. Friends and ing. Twin Boys.

since November I960, ,, charge. friends to accompany be purchased from Mesdames the general publicare Weekly prayer services -

f them during the morning Cleo Pearson, invited. begin at7:30 pm. Royal Crown

SPECIAL SAT. & SUN. Only service.The Eva Curry,Rachel Mal- Mrs.Kildred Pearson,
church will loy, and Rev. D.W. FOR RENT who has been confined.by Bottling Company

SNACK BURGER 12c launch a five week Bass, "pastor. illness inBrewster 1235 SAN MARCO BLVD.FL .
registration peri o d The Simon Singersare FURNISHED ROOMS ON Hospital, is now recuperating

"BUY THEM BY THE BAG FULL" for the purpose of widely known for BUS LINE. HAVE PEST 94488Everybody's

securing new addresses their outstanding radio CONTROL. EL 5-7176 a
FOUNTAIN HOURS i and affirming other and public .
performances t For.
Going ..
MON-FRI 4'PM-11:3O.PM. addresses. The regis- and hail FOR SALEModern

SAT. 10 AM-11:3OPM. tration is for the from Savannah,Ga. The Homes. ColoredSubdivision.$300 Singleton's Superior BarBQPIGONABUN
church record. public is invited to
SUN. AM-10:30 PM. dn.
Regular prayer service hear this"outstanding
CARDS POSTAL.MONEY ORDERS Tuesday night. To all .'. a,. : FOB RENT '
of the services held BBEFONABUNRegister
} Patent Medicines Cosmetics at St.Thomas the pub- Program Set FURNISHED ROOM, Withuse

lic is always wel- At Mt. AraratA of Kitchen and

CAROUSEL SUNDRIES .come. Living Room, for nice Now So You Can Win.

MONCRIEF RD & GOLFAIRU.S. quiet person. Phone
Sidney Portier EL 6-5328. A Whole Pig Free

POST OFFICE STATION NO. 17 musical program
In New Movie featuring the Golden
Jubilee and Excelsior
Center At Ritz TheatreSidney Gospel Singers of the HELP WANTED

Poitier, who won an eastsideand the westside lUb.C'AS' rivate hU.>.#p-n! j.,b3 now.-.iliDI.
In N. T. City or J n; Is'a'4.for: uU>dhouMkeepers
Academy Award nomination with is Singing Trumpets "ndo,l i vUUi :umtP'
his brilliant acting in"The Defiant Weekly alary 'fJt'tli old tH.ftl':
Myrtle Aye, and Adams Phone EL 4 1468 Ones" stars with Alan Ladd in anfrGospel Echoes 'Domestic, Box 444

the spectacular new Hall Bartlett is planned for July 2 _.0 Westbury LJ., N.Y._;. Only'35c

LARGE MULLET .....................u. 29c production,."All the Young Men," in the education ijI They're Delicious

SALT 'MULLET ........................'... 29c Theatre.the Columbia picture at the. JUTJZ building at Mt.Ararat ALL MEAT- NO BONES
Baptist 'Church.
IfftSH FKOZtNYELLOW In "All the Young Men"an explosive Sunday c:
MULLET ROE ........u. 79c"IIwr drama of Marines in the Staged rat the East- STRAKJH All We .
20% 4,., i tI "rU.."chuckUt Fr ... Korean War, Poitier is seen as a side- Westside Sing Public Demand
Negro sergeant who must com- 1BI IIISJ DIE S ltIHI SCRHI lISEYER At 3 Store. By

SALT MULLET ROE ................... 98c mand the dozen embattled survivors Festival the programis wLMDnS1ROEITHE I SINGLEfONS'SUPRIOR BAR-B.Q STORES
ambush he must being repeated by
BOAT WHITING I ..,...............,..u. 32c lead them of an to enemy safety despite; the en- request. The four 33rd &Moncrief 717 W. Ashley

"SCARCE AS ftA'SRPNTf'nwnk..d 55c mity of the men under him. Some groups are well-known .Florida Avenue At First Street.
SPECKLED TROUT "Cfcgfcr. of the men resent him because he
FULLY DKtSSID-REDUCED THIS WEEK TO. A NEW'LOW y{, runtried in battle; others, be- local '''''ralifo. 'artists.The HOODLUM

CATFISH .' .............................u. 49c cause he is a Negro In this tense. public-is invited. _
situation Poitier must not only PRIEST4

SPANISH MACKERELLI ............. 35c win their personal respect but he
must use his authority with a wisdom ItImng r001 :\
OCEANVIEW SPOTS ::. ?. 35c beyond his military experience. FIBST BUN KilL SUNDAY STARTS MURRAY e'ULUS" PREMIERMEAT
"All the Young Men" was written WHERE THEY CAME FROM
Genuine Whole RED SNAPPER 55c ,produced and directed by Hall NO BLACK MAN DARED --AND- MARKETSNEW

FLOUNDER..... ....................LI. 39c Bartlett.Darren, Glenn Co-starred Corbett are Mort James Sahl I TAKE COMMAND-HIT THIS h M4j S\"ct (< ,

WHITE PERCH From Norfolk 35c Ingemar Johansson, DID HIS DUTYI ONG"
LI. world-renowned heavyweight, in MILK 49c
"fiis movie debut. _
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; .Top Student School Integration PlanIs ,.

Seeks FSU. Entry Offered Escambia "
tI. : By

: amazing 492 out of a PEtsACOLA-In preparing to comply with a fed-
ONE OF THE THINGS that remain a mystery in
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possible 495 on col- eral court order Wednesdaythe Escambia County
is Favorite stars in various
age. : Th lege' entrance examinations school board announced that it has a public
fields keep fans wondering and guessing.Leroy: : r a l -year old school desegregation plan which it submittedto
"Satchel" for long time was a big
Paige a I
J 1b Negro has made court.
application -
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question mark. Fans and sports writers were j I :
to enter all- Tne :plan as a n-
to the ageless'wonder" apply for admissionto
constantly attempting give .
white University of nounced by Supt.Will
and kept :wondering what really any school for
an age iam
Woodham Jr.states
South Florida it has
kept him going. Another big question mark is been announced. that Negro parents which your child is
Archie Moore. eligible without regard
Lightweight Heavyweight Champion
b Ernest Bogerwho was be notified that
Some say his age is one thing and.others, valedictorian of his they may apply for to race or
another. When he gets into :the ring he doesn graduating class at transfer of their color."

give his opponent time enough to wonder about Blake High school this children to schoolsof Board members stated r
his age. Lefty Warren Spahn of the Milwaukee month scholar- their choice.In that they expect at
won a
Braves continues to take his regular turn on % Woodham's least 100 Negro pupils
ship to Fisk Univer- part,
the mound at 40.What is the retirement age in letter to transfer to pre-
in Nashville states"you
sity are
viously allwhite
being afforded a rea-
BASEBAlL FANS EVERYWHERE are acknowledgingthe sonable and conscien- schools. % .
contribution colored players are makingto SVNONY.MS
the great game of baseball. They have left : MRS. IAVELLO JOE! and 'her three daughters of Glamorize Your Next Party tious opportunity to emancipation Liberty, freedom, license independence,

nothing undone that would help make their : 1151 Spearing Street might be termed one 0 f With a Sparkling Clear I I
clubs advance. Is it possible to ignore the Jacksonville's most education conscious fami I

work of Charlie Neal, Junior Gilliam, Jo h n lies. Earlier this month, Mrs. Jones graduatedfrom ICE
Roseboro Haury Wills, Willie and Tommy Davis Gilbert High School adult class while' -
of the Los Angeles Dodgers? How can Willie daughters Effie Mae received her certificatefrom PUNCHBOWL ) 0

}:ays, Willie KcCovey, Orlando Cepeda, Juan Gilbert Senior High, Lula Bell passed BJj1Mj w-I
Marichal, Katty Alou and Felipe Alou of the from junior into senior high school and '

San Francisco ever be forgotten? It is o ne Perlinda entered Gilbert junior high from 01I77.
process after another, fielding, hitting and, .Uchard L. Frown Elementary school. Proud family I(1i1ll1V _
running. standing from left arel'rs.JonesEffie Mae: I _.
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ONE OF THE GREATER STARS of the game if Frank Lula Bell and Perlinda Jones. Krs. Jones and j : I II

Robinson of the Cincinnati Reds.Easeball! fans Effie rae: plan on entering college this fall

around these parts remember when he played with the mother planning on joring in nursingand MAKESEfSKIN
with Colunbia of the South Atlantic League.Atthat the daughter tar nf a business course. BLEACHES ,
All Seasons crystal clear ice punch
time the Jacksonville Praves had (,AVER STUDIO PHOTO), owls, art beautiful/! different.ustf "OLD FASHIONED"
a -- ----- '
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pitcher .whose name was Iteberto Robinson and I rtftpnons, ,anniversaries and cele
25 butlOfThey art obtainable with
Sfudyg At' Miami U.
when tho Columbia team came to town it was flowers fruit or etht* decor.tlonsfrozen ,
r In. There is : fuss orbther
always a battle between Robinson and Robinson. it has been reported.As t Our servic*. is complete \\S1IJ 1
MIAMI More iltliverea
25 your ice punch bol will bt -
Humbert was not only the ace of the Jacksonville yetnone of the ana set up fu you Call to- _
Negroes- king di)'...P04-1a
club, he was the ace of the South graduate courses- Negroes have been S

Atlantic League.Frank Robinson was one of the quietly registered for housed in campus dormitories All SeasonsIce perlect powder
most feared batters to face him. Frank has but there base
simmer classes at the & Fuel Co.
thought no more of major league than Sally
University of Miami has been no reportedban .
League pitching. Both boys finally made their last week with hardly against such.Stu.. 5883 Norwood Ave.
way to the majors. paying t he dents will share the PO 44511rrcrrJ _
WHEN THE UHPIKS YELLED "Play Ball" and the anyone
same cafeteria and
Braves trotted out on the fieldFelixantiUa: matter any attention, other facilities I ::: : Manufacturers of Posner's Bergamot"The Jar with the Star"B

stopped at shortstop and Hank Aaron took his ... I .. '' ,.,..,........ ,," --
place on second base. One of the most heated : ; ...
arguments in the bleachers was which one of :
the fellows would beat the other one to the

major leagues. Mantilla had some fairly good _

backers, so had Hank. Well, both fellows went _
to the majors, but which one is the most _
widely known? Is it Hank or is it Felix? I K B ?

proved to the local fans that he can really 1

.lay,.some wood on_ ,the old horse hide. Roberts :

has been hitting the ball, hard every since he THIS MOST MAGNIFICENT OF ALL BOURBONS IS
cane to the Jets. He can also c ov e r some *. ,. *
,t' grouhd in the field. He hasn't done so badly \ > + 1

as a first baseman. When Walt Katthews was

sidelined for a; few days, Rob rttook over mtw/
first base. Ypea4ct.IQ3fz4d k

1 THE JACKSCNVIIIE: JETS are ,really getting in '> I '
.1! some new players and are constantly m a k i ng !

: changes. It wont be long ,before it will be a ,7 '

new team. It stands to reason that everytime 4 :
a flock of players come in somebody must go. ) ;f'4Vc
Well, that is alright too if it is going to ;; I
help get the club out of the cellar. The fans : 4'q JZ2

could really enjoy one winning streak before .% + .. I _--
8 the season closes. : -

ONE OF THE BUSIEST PLACES in town is the '. c .:. .- -
Jefferson Street play ground. From the crowds ) .

that gather there at night to watch the soft- + '- .. -

ball games one would get the impression that F > F I
it was an all-star game. The fans really have + \ :::::

something to see. Many of the games are very F 'cx'c / I
close and well played. Go over sometimes: and ) c II
see how well you will like them. ,*:. : + :

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- i:' Strea THE FLORIDA STAR ..Saturday. June 2A... 1Q61.

II. ,Nation'sTop Flight Golfers Expected i Here .1 Ian


[Old Rive*," Links Here July Tourney 20-23 Oscar ('Big O'J Robinson, Swaps Ball For Rifle

Outstanding;; and

: r amateur golfers are
t expected to take partin r--
the annual Gate

k"\ City Open Golf Tourn- ,
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ament which is slated S

for July: 20-23; at the
New Lincoln Country

Club course.
Players from Savarrah,

f f c 9RA Atlanta,and Brunswick, 4 = a yK 'b
Ga., Houston, Texas,
f r NashvilleTenn.Tanpa, '.
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ARCHIE MOORE MiamiWest Palm Beach, j .
Daytona BeachColumbia Jd

Fresh from his recent S.C.,St.Augustine,and
15round unanimous other cities are expected -
decision over Italy's as partici-

Gilulio. Rinaldi,44-or: pants.
is it 47year old Thirty attractive r

Archie Moore, partial trophies: valued at
claimant of the $700 will be given
world's light heavyweight top flight amateur IN THE ARMY NOW .Cincinnati Royals' high scoring guard Oscar Robinson, has swapped his basketball for a rifle and is
crown is mull- winners.An invitationis undergoing a.six months V. S. Anqy stint at Fort Jackson, S. C. The former two-time All-American with Cincinnati U.,
ing over prospects of extended all interested I broke all known scoring records for a rookie-guardnetting over 2,000 points with the pro Cincinnati Royals last seaacn.::
fighting either heavy- amateur golf In photos from left, Robinson, reporting for duty, swaps basketball for a rifle from Special Services Sgt.Jimmy Weeks.In. .
weight Ingerar Johansson ers. second photo, trainee Robinson and his buddies practice firing a dummy rifle grenade before trying out the r e al
Lennart Hisberg thing. Spit and polish scene in third pix is a familiar one with all former and present servicemenkeep em polished.In .
both of Sweden. Moore final photo, 'Big 0' preps on his famed jump shot in Ft. Jackson's Post Field House in preparation for the time he's

also plans en a tour Griffith Gives mustered out and returns to the pro court wars.
of Europe and South (U.S. ARMY PHOTOS FROM FT. JACKSON, S.C.) .

Africa. Par&t Nod I -

MEW .YORK--- World's :;
Boston SetsAnother welterweight champ J

Record Baile Griffith$50,000
richer after his 12-

ALBUQUERQUE,. N. M.- round title defense
Tennessee A&I's Ralph kayo of Gaspar Ortegamay .
Bostonworld's.record. give for rtitle-
holding running broad holder Benny ( Kid) S- S :

jumper and first to Paret a return shot
break the 27 foot at the title Sept. 16 -

barrierbroke his own in4dison Square

international mar k Garden, according to- ; ,-
here Saturday night his co-managers. J.. Yt
when he leaped feet Griffith won the
i inches. title from Paret in a
Boston leaped into fifth round kayo of er4
oaY nw
the world's spotlight .Cuba's Paret last v

during the Olympic April 1 at Miami
Games in Rome when he Beach.
broke Jesse Owen's Griffith also hopesto
world mark which had lure fonnermiddle- !

withstood challengers' weight champ Sugar HERE COMES RUSTY This familiar cry of millions of dog racing fans
efforts for over a Ray Robinson into a throughout country will be heard from June 16 on Mondays through
quarter of a century., July 29 Garden bout. Saturdays through Sept. 30 at the plush $150,000 Daytona Beach Kennel

Club this summer. The kennel club has added a modernistic grandstandwith

I You, Don't Have to Go to Town to Get threatre-type seating and an incomparable mezzanine with box
1t seats overlooking the racing strip.
LOW PRICES r Annual Race Entry SPORTS SL

many a slip
'. betwixt unsealed
> an
-" On Your ;: fish and a fish

dinner. That fish
dead, but often it

,t .y ? seems determined. to
Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store give the angler a bad
time to the
bitter end To hold a
fish tight while you-
're relieving him of
r rah his scales lay him on
a board and stick an
ice pick through his
.tail. .
PHONES EL sa91.98
We Deliver --- We Also Fill All Doctors' Prescription

PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELE- BOATING ENTHUSIASTS will have the opportunityof 31-54-5

witnessing some of the most thrilling of 368-50-269
water sports ,July 4 when the Southeast Championship 4--9- S
boat races will be held at Chris- ,hnkq
topher's Pier. Water skiing and other popula r 5 fl? JV O'
events will highlight the day's program. Pictured 7 [A 9 (
above is one of the aquaplane entries
which will compete in the classic. Fun for the
entire family is promised by the sponsors. 299-46-7 i

Sometimes Sometimes he's he's down up 9% + )
Negro Major Loop PlayersOrlando He adds, subtractsHe a
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LEAGUE JonesP THIS CLOWNIS G1 :,oM /k//o .<.;

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With and"vacation time ...J .l.IN
herepeople are looking ;::

for things to do .. ... J
and places to go. The r. ,... ... LI .
RibauLt Iis, open on .
week-ends. ElDorado !:::: I
has the of I ..
gone way I II
most businesses n ..: ii7 -

ing'our Christopher fair on the town.is banks George swing-of I 4' :...:: : iLiI31'M'NjTjj' : ICE I II

the St.Johns. Duck is .. .... .
.wide open at American I .. .. .... .. I
Beach. Evans has just ... ... :1'
about completed rebuilding I ';. ... G 1 I k.
the Ocean I cot
'Rendeavouz" Bill Gra- R I ._,
ham is making plentyof '
noise at the Honey I ;

Dripper.Scads of pretty ;;;; I

little things are in I.
town for visits and
for the sumner vacation -
Thelma Williamsis f 0
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dish driving the f
red T-Bird with the f S 0 Y I
South Carolina plates.Her 0 Pv
address and phone I
number is a secret. Y

Azzie and Ike Harris Grayson McFarland were '. LEEVE .f 6 p I II

showing a visitor the
siehts. Hugh Wilon

making anlI'the eatables like the boys way she wets they was I DRESS SPORT SHIRTS } 3

drooled.J.. Shaw., the Devil I and ; t I II

Son Hoss Records in Allen Law the of showed sights Chess I 1' 1 .7 : MOHAWK SLEEVE SNORT SPORT SHIRTS I .. ( U-L :3 \ 'I

around town. Pigmeat .o'Jf. Tremendous selection Including many Wash 'N' Wear -_ : s
and Etta James are I and fine cottons in white prints and solids. Also Piques 7 < .a U \'
just two of the starson e Lenos-Embossed Prints-Batistes- Broadcloths :a ; r aRayon
Chess.Our palLarry H Challis. Sizes Small-Medium-Large-X-Large. \y ,
Maxwell is headed this

way.as tfPop"The boy Maxwell was known before I ''s'i Y MOHAWK SPORT A SHIRTS 7 fi
he become famous ,. :: D ,' ,

Speaking of records, I DRESS SHIR'iS. in white or colors. (% 1 .a.
dig Mittie Colliers Pique mesh weaves, cotton oxfords and 'broadcloths 1
"I Want To IDe I SPORT SHIRTS in woven plaids,.dobby weaves, broadcloths x
Get Away Fnxn It All." I. challis ton-on-tones whDe-on-w ices, embroider < .. ...:'.
It-makes you want to ies. Prints whites, solids. : : :
do things Sizes: 14 to 17, S-M-L-XL ..
Yvonne Daniels had :;

to scene".The like "quit deejayetteis the .1 1 1I FAMOUS E R CABOT SPORT and KNIT SHIRTS ; .

now in East Saint M
Louis.Her boss is expanding I "Dan River" cotton plaids, fancfes'It ; popover ''Ivy League .
and we agree d I I I % chambrays; embroidered cottons and boat-neck styles! A.
Yvonne is a nice item Emblempocketed.lolidcoior. cotton lisle and patterned ,, tf
to use :in an expansion I knits lots more, too! Sizes: SMLI .1 '1 f VERY b t,
program. WOES is in
the market for a new
gal platter spinner. ALITY MERCHANDISE I (.,t1t Pe
For the real happenings F'1
k .. '
take in the dog fy
track in Daytona. We
dug a couple of open
house parties.The new
stands and clubhouseis I .

sit fantabulous.If back in the clubhouse you' LJ MEN'SI

you may forget wY
about the dogs.Johnny I _
Arnold and companycan
really feel proud.Oh "

really yes pickhostesses.Local Johnny can. Random Cord COTTON SLACKSHandsomely ( '

yokels paid:
scant attention to the .
tailored in the latest "Ivy" .look., :
Jacksonville damselswho "
made the trip.The I" 8" New random cord fabrics in black,* tan, light, V. ;
Daytona lassies were
olive, charcoal. Sizes 29 to 42.
classics On this end
of the state if you T
want information check I I %
with tIThe Editor" or LUXURY DRESS SLACKS i :
Ken Knight.
The joints on the: I Continental( with side tabs! "I rys" pTeated "
waterfront in S n I Dacron ,
a styles Tropical polyester-an -ra on
Francisco have nothing e Rayon>and Arnel! triacetate gabardines and oob-
For some people au by weaves.:Solids and fancy weaves; choice col{ : : ;;:\
thority as dangerous I ors. Sizes 28 to 42. \
as strong drink.
If you don't believeus Wool & Dacron* TROPICAL WORSTEDS s ;
ask. the girls at .1 ,
Brewster Hospital.One
of their number is a Fine wool and Dacron polyester tropical wor, /

"supervisor" and she I steds in solid colors, checks patterns! Olive ,
really is making 'her I e charcoal gray med. gray, black, navy, brown. I
rank felt.Folk forget
Sizes 29 to 42. ,
that the people you
pass on the way up :
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are the same ones you
pass on the way down USE DUI$ FREE LAY-AWAY PLAN .

Brinson opened up the ; -
second round by say- :
ing "We do." Congrats I TWO LOCATIONS SERVE you
to them and may it i
last forever..Also .
on the wedding kick, : % ,- A
people are talking a- c.B.V. vT a ? _t. _
bout the statuesque '.cry ..........- II.Cettin..
schoolmarm who recent .Sat. v.... s. .........
ly-joined a hEW ch rch.- .1MM uw ............fa.MMI... .....Aw_......,

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