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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:
July 8, 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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by:
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; ,- i :.7pr Daylight Policy

1X To Bo Aired___ At MeeLY; :

t', f r ____' NAACP Youth Council loses Another Bid To Si
4 it J Pra 'ZY GIB9S
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,To A/r Daylight Bias Integration Of Schools Here .

The Jacksonville NAACP Youth CouncD.: Will holda
public'hearing Sunday afternoon.to give a report Convening here WednesdayU. S.District Court
orf the Daylight food chain in connection Judge Bryan Simpson denied a motim by a groupof
with racial discrimination against Neg roes in Duval white parents and children to intervene

employment. and wages.. in a local public school i n teg.ration ;
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l h me: meeting win beheld w LU.I.During

July ?, at 3:30 Nurse School' the court the also session denied, Atty Arnngfon
p.m. in Mt. Zion AME
attorneys desire to Gets Too Job
) ? Church, located a t Faces Closing
y strengthen the original -
y, Beaver and Newnah.
''" F streets. Unless: the Duval petition givenin t
iJ : A spokesman for the County Budget relentsand their request to r
enjoin the &uit.Atty.J.Donald .
# group said a surveyof in an extraordinary
r3 the. Daylight stores move add the Brews- Bruce,
shows that althoughthe ter-Duval School of representing the
firm employs more Nursing to the 1961 white group, stated

i w .*. tr Negroes than any other budget, the school the reason for the "
i 5 chain, Negroes are will be closed. parent's inte /- n- ""
kept at'the 'bottom of The Coranission was to show the court

the employment- ladder.The last Thursday deletedthe the effect of "in- ,
A : survey team re- nursing school discriminate pupil xrry. H. H. ARRINGTbN
L from budget consideration assignment" would ...Top- Appointee
j Po
M y ft .- Daylight' the have, on white children "I
5- -fl&& : qn groundthai .. -':' MIAMI--Conf'imed In
4rrr : ;
e training Negro e 'mployees t Eke Ho s p tal ,adding ,that'the_ Washington for the 't
Board's. request for effect of integrationupon '
t 3 for better positions -post of field counsel
.,and that'there funds exceeded aSlOOooo white childrenhas for the Federal National -
limitation never been givenby
was a great salary Mortgage Association -
difference between, set by the 1961 leg- the courts. ,Atty. HenryH.
islature.The Earl M.Johnson,NAACP/ I
Daylight and other Arrington of Miami
local food chains Hospital Board attorney who insti- I became the State's r
r+ ; had asked fbr $128,000 tuted the suit i n first :
iSI S. It was indicated ,that top Negro -political -
: after airing, the claiming it could not behalf of parents of appointee under -
h charges against Day- operate on- less. In Duval Negro school the Kennedy ad-
light, they expect- addition it requested children c o ntended ministration.The .
& Y .i c H P nother meeting with the use of surplus that the intervention widely known political -
raised here has already
the chain's manage-? money amounting to o- leader was
i r ment, at which time ver $68,000. been consideredin director of the Ken-
recommendations ,for Budget Commission federal courts. nedy forces :in Florida
remedying the condi- chairman Carl Langs- Johnson also told the during the rec ent I
tions will be made. ton and Budget Com- court that the peti- presidential campaign, ,
frft4e The Youth Council missioner Joe Kennelly tioners are request- and for years has been .
Y n spokesman *said the stated that the board ing that the deci- a close associate of
sions of the U. S.
; group will consider was requesting an increase Frank Reeves, President -
,for in its Supreme Court b e"circunvented. 1
a boycott appro- Kennedy's s p e-
against'the food chain priation in face of ." cial assistant* "i n '

I if it f ails cto remedy the fact that it had a Washington -
Herbert A. Calender
the employment con- surplus of cash out of Arrington will serveas
FINAL TRIBUTE--Prelates, clergy, -top men and women lay .leaders, and ditions presently existing $93,000 received in 27,a United Auto Work- Dade County representative t.
members of the AME connection paid final tribute to Mrs. Penny Esther the year.They: pointedout ers union representative for the

Gibbs, wife of Bishop C* A. Gibbs, presiding bishop of,, the 16th Epis- Daylight i s faced that tie nursing' from MahwahN.J., Housing and Home Fi't:'.
copal District of the AME Church, whose final rites took place Monday with prodding f r o re school operation carried and James 0'Connor,33, nance Agency j;
white economics instructor
afternoon before an overflow attendance in Mt. Zion AME Church,Bishop two sidesthe Youth a personnel of 22 It is believed that lJ,
S. L. Greene, presiding, and ,Rev. W. F. Foster, pastor. Bishop W.R.. Council on one side, persons for a student: at Barnard his appointment !:
.Wilkes, presiding bishop of the 6th Episcopal Districtgave the eulogy and the Retail Clerks enrollment of 35 and CollegeNew York City, strongly establishesthe '
and Mrs. F. D. Jordan, wife of Bishop F. D. Jordan of the 8th Epis- Union on the other._ expressed great chagrin were all arrested for fact that the new 4
copal AME district, represented the bishop's wives. Here for the The union 'is attempting over the fact unlawful assembly and administration continues I!,
funeral were Bishop I. H. Bonnor of the 9th Episcopal district, and to unionize Day- that nearly twenty- refusing to obey an to show loyaltyto It
N Bishop Frank M. Reed of the Second Episcopal district. In top photo light workers and five percent of the officer during a bus supporters of '
shown leaving the church are Rev. W. F. Foster, pastor, (foreground): charges that the firm nursing students were station segregation: President Kennedyre-
Bishop Frank M. Reed, Bishop S. L. Greene, Bishop I. H. BonnerBishop has been discouragingits not residents of Duval test here last June eardless of race or i

W. R. Wilkes ,Rev. D. B. Thorp, and Rev. Frank Allen. Pallbearers in efforts. County... which meant 16.The the area they repre- .
second photo are the Reverends A. J. Dayley, R. J. BlaineT.E. Shehee, that Duval County was trio reportedly sent.Arrington.
B. Williams, D. W. Welcome, and S. M. Peck. Flower attendants in. Heads.State paying the bill for refused to leave the 's appoint- t

bottom pix were wives of AME pastors and other lay leaders, .n amely: Frefec/om Drive training students from bus station premisesand ment i s generally
Mesdames E. J. Jones, M. E. Welcome, Abia Shehee, Miss Polly Brooks, other counties. were then arrestedand felt. to have, openedthe
Mesdames Fannie Foster, Juanita Johnson, Lillie S.Wil1iamsLena Perk- MIAI-I--Little Willie placed under way for other

ins, Ethel Bouie, Leona Daniels, Anna ByrdSadie DeSue,Ethel Bannister John, recording. star $1,000 bond each.Their state key jobs for
Pellis Pauline, W. M. Fort, Docus Philyaw, Alberta Zanders, Estella and entertainer, has 'Freedom Rider' preliminary hearings Negroes who supported
Blaine Lillie M. Arnold, Lenora Jones, and Sallie Merritt offerraLMs servicesto were then, scheduledto Kennedy during the
(FLORIDA. STAR PHOTOS). aid .the Florida fs Convicted take place sepa- recent campaign.
rately here this week.
State Conference in a OCALA-Rev. Leslie Rev. Smith, and the Youth
I Bandits Rok Station Of $250 Reeves Quit mannoth.; fund raisingeffprt Lee Smith, 35-year two other companions Groups

:. the two men drove in- old African Methodist have been working with IncreasingTAMPA
Two armed bandits
Post :
*to the station a t : name last week : Episcopal minister the Congress of Racial
robbed a Kings Road 215am. and ordered; WASHINGTON f t e r Reeves asked for the! from AlbanyN.Y., was Equality o "F r e ebom
service station employ cigarettes. When he having received a withdrawal after, a found guilty -of tai- Riders" groups which NAACP youth
Q of $250. earl y: reached for the pack-' presidential appointment hostile* senate committee -; lawful assembly during are composed of volunteers : councils in the Stateof
Wednesday morning, ageone of the bandits % as one of the disclosed he a hearing here working i n Florida are on the
police reported. district.ctcoltBbia fs had been late in pay- Wednesday aft ernoon teams, and testing the increase, an officialof
Jesse Williems man'ages -, pulled the p. stol.One board ,.. the Florida State
three nan ofcoaoiseioners ing his federal and In Marion County courtby South racially segregated '
.;:.J\ of'the, service man from. Williaest took the, moneys : 'Frank' district ore taxes Judge Lewis fyer. travel pattern Conference,NAACP rePorted
5 podcets '
;:_;,station' ,., told police :' &e!-.. ..res- withdrew,." +,,,his... ,twice in: recent. ears. Rev.Smith,along with this weekr *

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PAG* TWO .THE'.FLORIDA STAB Saturday, July 8, 1961 ,

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: THE FLORIDA STARNEWS ..;'.L!.." ,.,''-:;
:ittj :'- / :POLITICS: i AS USUAL
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Ti Published by The.Florida Star-/PublishingCo.-/:. ; : :: .' '."1 ..e''.'' t.:,'.;.' ..I:'....J..,... '.,' 'r..:... .... .;. ... r.a j, sY ERIC O. SIMPSON* ,
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j. lo';: :': "Member of Associated.Negro.. Prosh'!..: '.. ; '' -1':'.);f f.t., .n.3.1..' f.J1'I-.t" .t': .. ".. "-'-,' \-- ., )
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k : < i.,h\. .." .. (..\t....1. ..h\:J .ra\-. .; :: -''! ': : ''. NAACP TO FIGHT RELIEF PLAN
ERIC:6; SIMPSON....... .?........:.............-....:......Manq. 11 Editor .(....:.:.!. ,.. i v.;;:r... "'/,-:;<;"-,!._:...lr.'T.p-:......,. .. -" ;. '. HARMFUL TO NATION'S' NEGROES
AL VON'E.. WISE.................................._..,.:............New ,Editor t1t t4.;".'.'''-' i1H,1':' :, .tI rl ,,;......,..:.t i..;0'%it, t'._. .'..;. .....:: ,Y'S& :.> i rlGUiU
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HILDA WOOTEN..*..'......................_..*....:....Circulation Manager 'I ... --i-.t'".>'f6":-."" ,'.. ..;...r"...."','.,...... ..".c;.. .. .' .. 'Of"'"p.;.-:,..,.. .'. "" NEWBDRGH, N.Y.-: --The NAACP last week voiced t
.. .. [ -- \'..v......"....o'SJ<. '. J: .."....."" ..... '- ../' -,, "..' ,.(,:'.,-. __ .. .-J'_ multiple point
--r--- '. to
I .'-" II .-.<.... ,2',.,.0.1.-\:;._le'....!,r.- '" "f'r., ...."" ..........., ., ....' .. ..f- "" .strong opposition a proposed
MAIN: :OFFICE& PLANT: .1.';:.'.t.,,:':.'.....f_",.L iJ...':" -.-L,;.::_..!.,.,,.,k..r:.l. '_ ,:''\\...;';.. r J'41 relief plan here, alleging that, if left un-

2323 Moncrief Road..........._.;...................Phone, ELgin 4-6782 .J.:4.. ..'.'"''''-.'...:_-"J.- .......'.-..'-...''''' '.. .--: ..','.''::;...:- -,.t"......A..*'..'.t.." 'C'.,'--:-' _..- ..'_..,. :challenged, the plan could establish a relief

.. ;" .. .. ..."..(j", v .'...'-:, to Negroes and others caughtup
"" .,!;}' ......, ;. I ,,.....!*"1> pattern
Address .
Mailing : flt\. .. ......: .. .... : in the national population vshift to Northern
P., 6. Box 561,. Jacksonville 1,, Florida ..:.. .. );':;:,,q.', !'t/},,, ;. '), ?. ; .:w..,; *".o -1- ._ A_ ." + .. .
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I SUBSCRIPTION RATES '- t t4c'f: : :''''!'. -i.;.'; .r- .:: \i. Jff I\ -v---- The New York State volved. .-

One Year, $5.00; Halt.Year, $3.00 ..t'::;.. .. 1.' i";.:.. .,. Board of Social Wel- It would ;\ ;
:A Mailed.To. You Anywhere In The United States '.:'r- ..o'.J.;,..:. 4.o.; ..:u ..,. fare, at a special also limit "
' Subscription Payable In Advance. Send.Check or Money Order Tot .. f.!..: 't.l .:...;.....;,....:..--- meeting June 26,voted relic f. k.. to' !
to investigate the
.f' ,$;? proposal.The the
;. ;;..... .,.. Board points out minimumtakehome
;, 1. City and County Civil Service Jobs w. I'
'- that theNewburgh plan 1

<*. 2.3. Negro Negro Road Firemen Patrolmen r .. 1c might endanger the 150 pay ottheloves

t million dollar yearly t_
; rRt
4. More Negro Police Officers
: .i ; contribution of the city em- SIMPSON
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-::::'.::' 7 1xLiA'11I'"r Federal government to ployee, and for only

Negro Youths' Position / /, / 5 L I .t New costs York State welfais three year.months in anyone

The plan asserts that An extremely objec -
Described As AppallingWASHINGTON .' all relief paymentsfor tionable port ion

and strikes at aid to dependent -
D.C.-The position of Negro youthin food,clothing children. It
the nation's rent be made through
changing occupational patternwas
asserts that a 11
.i vouchers requires all
described in ;
today asnappallingtf testimony
adult mothers of illegitimate -
presented before the General Subcommittee on, ri. '. S .oaS ablebodied
children "are to
males to work for the
Labor of the House Education and Labor Committee should 1
be advised that
basis denies aid they any more
I week {
The subcommittee is' concluding its hearings
who refuse children out of wed-
to all
l"The __
on Youth Employment Opportunities Act of -

1961. Otis E. Finley, Jr., Acting Director of Your Weekly employment they are lock, they shall be,
of and avail- denied relief."
Vocational Services of the National .Urban' _

.League, appeared at this meet ing.Mr.Finley,who, -a. Horoscope Guide able for, regardless All aid to dependent
:1 of the type work in- children cases are to
recently completed a fiveweek field trip a- :
be reviewed
round the nation to explore the problem of=> WHICH' ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR You bet we have As of May monthly.1, City

youth motivation and incentives, told the Congressmen BUSINESS : I --
that his trip had revealed what he .' CONFIDENCE in a Manager Joseph

described as an "app"-" ;"g" situation in theI I The GROWING Mitch required all
welfare to
position of Negro youth in "this changing .occupational persons
pattern of American society today." i I. Y ARIES LEO pick up their checks

He cited the observations made recently by Dr. .'torn March 21 thru April 20 Born July .23 thru Aug. 23 i your past and your the 17th thru 20th. from under the police station -

Jame'$ B. Conant, president emeritus of Harvard monetary positiontheeasier a special
University in which the noted educator des- The only activitiesthat The warnings of the it will be for 180991723189CAPRICORN welfare "muster" pro-

cribed this position as posing a serious threatto have planetary previous quarter apply you to acquire pres- gram.
blessing this week even in greater measure i status. You The NAACP's New York
free societyand as "social dynamite tige Born Dec. 22'ihra Jan. 19
'He said that the League strongly urged that seem to be related to on the 17th.Lass: should be encouraged State Conference of I

adequate provisions should be incorporated into your work, and the itude may be the price to make considerable You like to have branches took strong
of overwork your own way as a; issue with the
the proposed legislation to "ensure hat management your uncom- progress on the ,
assets or material fortable temperatures(18th19th.0he rule, but this is not lfmuster" program and
all youth of creed color 21st.
regardless race, or ,
holdings.. Do whateveris ( accentfalls 8-60-77-14-32-861 always feasible when: condemned the actionof
have opportunity to be lifted to a level of
indicated as being on the home,and you have to deal with the Republican city
self-sufficiency without discrimination and
constructive and pro- the projects you have SCORPIO partners, or others,. councilman who came

segregation. tective, 19th thr u in mind to make it Born Ocf. 24 thru Nor. 22 who have the same in- out strongly for the
Mr. Finley told the subcommittee:
21st. The 17th calls the symbol of clinations. The only action.He
"Discriminatory restrictions still impose in your The 17th is a bad
for additional vigil- worldly place and road that you can also r ele ased a
to quarrel
some areas of management and organized labor day pick a
ance as regards achievements (21st). take-in s ::instances
money racially condemnatory
prevent altogether, or severely limit, th e with your mate,friend
is the that
; one
travel and well- 230441676234'vIxco maybe statement in
your supportof
number of Negro youth entering apprenticeship or co-worker for any
called the
middle.It .
It be
being. may more the "muster"method.
' training programs-the vestibule of gainful reason whatsoever,including
to your liking to preserve quite possiblethat The NAACP under
employment in the building and construction horn Aug. 24 thru Sept, 23 a financialone. the other ,
your privacy on branch President Ells
trades. It seems wiser t)
"Information available to the National Urban the 22nd. Unusual irascibilitymay continue to shun will not be unreasonable worth V. Potter, tr.) ,

League through its member branches indicates 4-10-11-14-28-O4 only be a defense people and the lime when you are held an overflow mass

that, at best, there are 'fever than 300 Licensed TAURUS mechanism to cover light,for the hand of willing to go halfwayin meeting at Ebenezer
finding a suitable
Negro journeymen electricians in the Porn April 20. thru. May. 20 lack of self-. 0 n- authority could be. compromise (17th thru Baptist Church last
f'idence.Yen had .
entire country. Some states do not have even heavy, and your attempts Sunday evening.The
Your sign can ''make not resort to such 20th). entire assemblage
In New York there to
one. City, are only 38 Negro justify your
you pretty stubborn tactics, for you seem 3-90-11-18-50-391 unanimously went on
journeymen electricians out 9,000, and only ideas or actions may
three apprentice electricians out of 1,3QO" about standing by your to have all the, dis-. backfire from the 18- AQUARIUSBorn record in oppositionto

Mr. opinions, regardless advantages on your Jan. 20 thru Feb 19 the relief plan
Finley cited as typical of findings from thru 20th. Place your
of what else side from the 17th and wired its protestto
three cities in a recent sampling of training anyone problem before a
,opportunities conducted by the League in 32 has to say Do not thru 20th.Be prepared friend who is devotedto The 17th is another C-v. Nelson D.

communities They are: allow situation to for invitations from if cannot day when care shouldbe Rockefeller, Senators
you you
Baltimore-"Negroes not acceptable in the deteriorate to the the 19th thru 21st. find the solution by taken by all Jacob Javits and

majority of apprenticeship programs. There are point that it would Family 'reunions, wedding yourself.2208815S72Sl. travelers to avoid Kenneth Keating, and

1,279 Negro students in a ,local vocational lead to endless and parties a other mishaps, disputes or city Manager Mitchell.

high school, but they are rarely able to secure costly legal moves events may: ""then :take SAGITTARIUS costly adventures. Be Also Abraham Ribicoff

employment in the trades for which they and countermoves((17th place. + Born Nov.. 23 thru .Dee. 21 concerned about your Secretary of the i

are training due to union and employer indifference thru 20th. 5-70-55-19-82-571: well-being and work, Health, Education and
6-20-22-18-25-621 by eating and drinking Welfare of
." UBllA.:' ., You may run against Department
Newark "Of the' Born spA. brick walls when moderately, and the federal
3,523 apprentices c urrently GEMINI 24'ihru. ; Oct. 23 you govern-
< sparing vitalitywhenever .
employed in Born May 21 thru June 21 try to storm the your ment.
approved establishments
and more There aretoo possible You .

than 98 per cent are enrolled in required related Even .if 71 have man- adverse indicationsfor many citadels of fame she and may anticipate many The local government,

training, only two Negroes are. included aged to escape .thedifficulties you to defy them success by er pleasant moments during through a three- man
Not only will
in this total." power.
weekend of this committee
that altogether from the study (no
New Orleans-"There are no Negro apprenticesin loomed into view during 17th thru 20th. The you be bruised but third quarter especially Negroes included) is

electricity, plumbing, painting." the preceding partners and competir you may also find the when with those seeking to absolve I

Mr. Finley told the Congressmen that the quarter it does not tors who know your exchequer dwindlingto who amuse you. itself of responsi-

principle embodied in the legislation is in mean that the threat weaknesses are not the' point where 2-10-22-14-54-214 bility in light of

the best national interest toward "finding sane has been entirely re- likely to be slow a- you would find 'yourself national population

solutions to the urgent need of young people'in moved. A serious financial bout taking advantageof stymied alt agether.Hold r Born Fib.PISCES 19 thru March WNeptuneyourmystiiy changes and recession

this'country for training and useful employ burden may them; in.&n1' way your fire hardships.

ment." ensue, if you have they deem profitable'tothemselves. when your chances may ing ruling planet-, Negroes in Newburgh,
come to nil against.
been remiss a bo ut The turns forward on the and elsewhere, are
building up a savings less youreveal about overwhelming odds torn among those hardesthit.
20th, implying that

Tan topicsMz K your accountor insurance keeping pre-up "Man's-Days ,Art Numbered" you the time to take has come another for The. three-man com-.

mit=e. Health and Fortune Can Be Yours step forward. Leave mittee's report attribute -

350331373351CAMCEB setbacks and increased relief -
When You Know your Lucky Days, Lucky your costs as the
;; Colors Etc. disappointments behind!
4 basis for their pro-
sever unsatisfactory
'BornJun.riihi1riI12 e posal.They specifically
:% fi4" I .: Send .$2.00 for your ".,L- relationships, and. hit a steady influx

start looking forward of outsiders from '
"Horoscope Guide For ;- .: ,
J You are in for what to a more progressive Southern states" and

,promises to ,b e .a ..LMTV July '. ..'IS_: .,V future way of life other negative resultsdue

sensitive and restrictive The whole period/ron to
"an ethnic
blank below and mail to-
Fill in the -
period :from .'.... the. 17th thru 20th, shift in population."
ZODIAC: -Post Office Box 561 r.
the 17th thru 24th.lt seem to be one or I Citing reports indicating
1 Florida .
1 would not help to assuage Jacksonville strife, problem and the plan will

I hurt feelingsif N Name -'- possibleestrange- closely follow racial
you let your re f. ments.You cannot afford lines,the NAACP asked

s t : sentaents show, or it Street # to tie yourself for investigation to

you say things under down to person or aid Newburgh in '
"GET MARRIED.YOU'LL GETAHEWLEASE ON the heat of ang anger(17)74o6b14Bb746( Date of Birth.- causes.2A88152428i. raving a "jurb andequitable

*T TWICE THE RENT / ;. Month Day '
LIFE I -'- ,j .- ... .. solution. .

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Saturday, .hq.8, 1961 'TIcEFWRthA STAB "ACJ: THREE .

j -F f4- Prominent MiamIl'IJarmacilf BIRTHS ::1

= -::. Din .Birthj. at Bretrster Hospital \
Mr and Mrs. Willie j

; 1 { MIAMI-Dr." W'" of_ A. Lewis, Ul North St.,

Patterson Sr., prominent Girl. :.
Br MisaLpharsiaciat, Mr. and Mrs. Charges
died Wednesday morn.
G7 5733 R4Boy.
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';;:.': '" : LOUISE G. .GUINYARD \ i. ing,June 28 in a local Mr. and Mrs. Robert .

I t : A 1 t=- ....:" hospital.A Gresham, 2543 Minoan '-I

., native of East Pa- Circle Boy.
A Hr. and Mrs. Fraapton Matthews of :fF >>
v it.by' latka, Dr. Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Odo s '

Washington, D. C., accompanied by daughters received his pharmaceutical Singletary Box 30/. t
Shaven and Theresa, brought us quite a bit of -' training at
Baldwin Fla. Boy.
happiness. Naturally, this resulted in a tripto 9 .1 f 3t i I Mfehany Medical Col- Mr. and, Mrs., Isiah

South Carolina where we visited relatives 1 Jay. -. aa lege i n Nashville, Thomas, 1830 Decottes
and ,friends in Barrarell and Orangeburg.Back : :\ s Tenn. He operated the St., Girl.
in Jacksonville we are paused on the ; t
Service Drug Store on Mr. and Mrs. Roose-
brink of the Fourth-of-July celebration and Third Avenue until: his velt Paige 3436 Mon-
wondering if it will be observed in the true a Rr f retirement several ,
crief Rd. Girl.
( if it will be another day of over-
spirit, or years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Janes
( indulgence in the many things that emphasise An ardent AME church Laster,6519 New KingsRe.

the waste of human resources. By the time' you : worker, he crusaded ., Girl. (
read'this we will a1.11mov the,answer. .. .
constantly for i m- Hr. and Mrs. James
j, We know, by having' studied history or through PRE HOLIDAY SESSION-The Chrysanthemum No. 20 Social and Savings proved public education Wiggins, 732 Minnie

i other sources, that on July 4 we celebrate the Club held its regular meeting last Sunday in the home of Mrs. Alma for Negroes. He St. Girl.

signing of The Declaration of Independence in W&rren, 1585 W. loth Street.' Since. the holiday week-end, had already was a 33 degree mason. Mr., and Mrs.. John

} Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1776. This being begun, the affair carried a July 4th, theme.Hembers and guests enjoyed Surviving are: Mrs. Nealey,667 North Lincoln .
{ our One -Hundred and Eighty-fifth observance a sumptuous luncheon and social ,interlude on the patio. Officers Pearl Pattersonwddacj Ct. Boy. I

is only natural that we should be joyously and members are: Mrs. Alberta Lane, presidentMrs. Lorice Grier,vice two sons, Dr. W. A. Mr. and,Mrs. Willie

1 proud of this document that has weathered the president; Hrs. Almeta Joyner, secretaryjVernon Harris,treuurerMrI. Patterson Jr. of Mia Johnson 4525 Trenton i

storm for 185 years, and that we should stand Mary Scott, sock comnittee; Joe Williams, chaplain; Johnny Joseph, mi, and Rev. Joseph Drive ,

firm on the belief that it will last forever business manager Hrs. Vivian Ml man,financial sec rotary;Joe Fossett, Patterson of Winston- Mr. ,and Boy.Hrs. Joe
Mrs. Ruth Keith Mrs. Alma Warren ,Eddie Baggs Johnny Hileyand Mrs. .
!' However, past experiences have taught us that Dorothy Grant. N. C. Mrs. Butler, 153 JeffersonSt.

too many people forget the reason for the } Blanche Martinsister! ., Boy.
respite from their ,usual occupations and use and Thomas A. Patterson Hr. and Mrs. William
it as an excuse to release their inhibitionsand :::-""' .7 J, brother. Hamilton,3428 Phoenix

conduct themselves in a manner that -is de- .. .,.>..-... Final rites were held Avenue, Girl.

grading. We hope that this week things will be : ::(''-n".'. :J Friday, June 30th in
'ir: ; ; Greater Bethel AM E
I different. Again, _as you read these lines, we z ;
fill know the answer. Church, Rev. S. A. WeddingBellsAPPLICATIONS

# # # # # # # # # # Cousin, officiating.
We have finally met the' newest addition to

j the Roy .Sykes family* darling little Gerald 2 Races learn MARRIAGE LICENSES FOR
Keith who is now 6 weeks old. Congratulationsto
James C. McDaniels, 843 Baker
the happy parents. How To Laugh & ., 23 and Priscilla E. WilliamsRt.
# # # # # # # # 4, Box 438, 19.

Mr. and Hrs. Harry Jones of Philadelphia are f_ Chas. Gilley, 1764 W. 10th St.
$ Lord, honey," a Negro 16 and A.
in the city visiting Hrs. Jonesf motherHrs. Shirley Williams, 1614
E Ethel Barton, and her sisterHrs. Marie B. Mc- woman remarked as Wilcox Ct., 16.
e 4 1s: a group of Negro and ''I Chas. L. Johnson, 1141 MilcoeRd.
Clain. white ., 18 and Rosa G. Hartley, 1136
Their first social event in the city was a 3rI teen-agaaxak- Florida Ave., 18..

birthday party given by ,Johnny Wheeler for his ed by ana in arm, Edw. L. Edwards, 1157 W. 8th

wife, Geneva. : .. ;;. ; equally disheveled, St., 60 and Florence M. Well;
The very enjoyable affair was held at T h eWheelers' .,. "integration is fine 1157 W. 8th St. 56.
--- ----- But sometimes I wishtheJ' Robt. L. Collier, 638 Court H,
Street Mrs..
residence,1718 :, 20 and A.
--Menibers of the Second had
Clementine Brown, Hr. and Mrs. Jim Jones, Mrs. Congressional District, integratedwith N. St.., 16.
Marie McClain, and Miss Martha L. Perry were Florida State Voters League, elected its remaining slate of office rs us rather than Robt.'Smith, 540 Dewdrop St.,
others present. for the biennial term, the event taking place Monday night at Buster us with them." 51 and Lula Porter, 959 Broad,
among Ford'a restaurant. Shown seated from left are Mrs. Alice "Negroes and white 58.
# # # # # # # # # # ,
second vice president and Mrs. Marie Beamis Jenkins 1330 W. 31st
t Informal bridge sessions have begun for the McKeever, corresponding s ec- people are beginningto St. 33 and Arether Robinson.
simmer, much to the delight of vacationing retary. Standing from left: Richard Bradleyrecording secretary; E.J. laugh together about 1072 Pearl St., 47.

bridge players. Norman, financial secretary; William Shelman, business manager; and the most serious ....
Sinclair W. Wilcox, nominating committee member. affliction of American
One such parties was held recently in the
y home of Hr. and Mrs. Jonathan HcCone. society. "True,we Negroes .
I Mrs. Flossie Weaver, Hiss Margaret Williams, HOME-SEWER CAN CHANGEHER have been laugh- Clanyri e Yriir\'ext Parly

i Mrs. Pasey WilliamsHrs. Dorothy Steelewho is FASHION MOOD WITH EASE! ing at white peoplefor Wid, ; Sparkling*:-tlear..
; I
I visiting from Washington, D.C., Hrs. Leon a years. I suspectin ICE '.:
) Bennett, and Mrs Lenora Lee were among par- tact I know they :

ticipants. By EVELYN CUNNINGHAM denly decide to become brisk, of the bodice and skirt, is a have been laughing at PUNCH .
# # # # # # career girls. They get new contrasting red for a touch of us.But until recently
I'l I hair-dos, suits and cigarette The lines of the laughters have not BOWLY
We had many visitors in' our city for the holders. summer sparkle.
j'' Fourth-of-July Holiday whose names will appear There are times when the dress are easy with a been mutual or the
bloused bodice slim set-in
}c in next week's column. nearly everyone wishes they Happily, these whims are same: our comic: response -
sleeves and flared '
were else. The a happily 1.
TILL THENlt'r7YCuMMiRDIAL someone yen short-lived because too often was born of
skirrThe buttons won't bea
to assume a different per- they prove disastrous. Still for merely hurt;theirs, I regretto
sonality comes and goes and the desire for a distinct change worry they are
.... say of malice."
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is one of the reasons cosmetic every now and then lurks in camouflaging an essential ..........
zipper. -- ,
makers have such -
a everybody.The .
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field day in creating new and ReportersClub
..1"? WtOOINa, AOVKNTIBIMB H .i" strange products. woman who makes her Other fabrics that would AO"Sciiarw crystal Claw it. punch

own clothes, of course, is suit this design, if linen Reporters bowU..nd u.effective beautifully for part different..s.4jncM.uwful.
troubled this frustra- doesn't strike rtcaptlona; aflnJvwtaraa and cl.
not by your fancy, ,.
Invariably, sophisticatedtype SocialitesSend brations. They. obtUntl..ipi
face when tion. She can satisfy her need would be a printed cotton flowers fruit Of ttr dtcoratttrwfrozM
ROYAL ART STUDIOTELEPHONE would rather moments be dreamy,they and for a change in the most with a white binding a cool or Bring Your New In.Our Trr.wrvfe..U h n.ttmpltt fuN abeth.r
b romantic. They soften their practical, inexpensive way. sharkskin with a pretty your to punch bowl will t* etelfv.
i 4-1894. make-up, effect pastel colorsin She can submit to her fashion pastel trim or a full-bodied In To The.FLORIDA .tied..,.and..'0 Nt 4-451.UD)fflll rou. Call t.
their clothing change their moods and whims without fear aepe.
perfume and even take to of doing irreparable damageto All Seasons

batting their eyelashes.The her purse.or her personality.She "" .: STARMain
1 CLARENCE J. SIMON. 515 DAVIS STREETJACKSONVILLE. has a wide choice in let & Fuel Co.
I FLA.CAN'T colon d fabric .
style, to get Nowood
5813 AT .
r *opposite also happen the effect she.wants.Photographed Office & Plant .
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I ... very feminine types sud-
here are two 2323 MONCRIEF RD'
YOU BUY A FINER excellent examples of cootrast Near 13th Street
: one simple, rather )
sophisticated dress and the
I KENTUCKY BOURBON other feminine and romantic.

Each may be worn with ease
tt by the same person; yet each
projects a different personality.

The white pique dress with
1 the white eyelet petticoat
(McCall's Pattern No. 5742)
offers a choice of two bodices.
S\ Pictured is ,a strapless camisole .
top. It'may also be.made .
7 .ra, with a sleeveless, scoop neck iY
bodice. The six-gore skirt is

I .. bell-shaped and the petticoatis r -r
attached.. A gathered ruffleof

..k flouncing is sewn on the
.; petticoat. Both the skirt and
the camisole type bodice are .' $. fiul -
,z >iN r. lined.Without shoulder straps, 7,. 4 -
the top of the bodice Iud the J

with bottom corded of the skirt piping are and finished the Her mother or her.sister? i

.. bodice is boned at the sides.

: ( ; : .- Suggested fabrics for this Whether you want the excitement of a differenthair
i Off IB saner eveaiac fas..la. romantic dress are linen pol- Tte easy spectator *esa is a shade, or want to give new life to dull or.
, aoa wardrobe
Jewel lose
swaerdais. '
.', ished cotton, taffeta, peau de pay hair ..insist on the long-lasting haircolor
: .' :. .-. patten offers a choice of either TIlls kloosed Iteea Is
Yr. soie faille mix- in the famous red
.: fee sleeveless, scoop neck or synthetic pared to esseatials of saaUl set
1., ;' bodice or the strapless csjaisoletap. tores. la sleeves cool set-fcHafi sad easy to apply,and complete in
: j; : The keH steeed skirt has Oared skirt. A MaiHag of comfettttag. one package-there'. nothing else to buy.
::;t.: aa attacked petticoat with a .color nrtlfBfs, tte seek- M
The flared dress .
!" tattered itfSe of flotmctBg sewn \McCall's Pattern spectator No. lie sad fallows a row of hatioss .Ji'fr 18:gLu..u..e
.'" ., to tile edf*. ffktekerer way JOBchoose is 3) to tile ___. A sfeer Is ce.cealed -
made of brilliant blue
_.._. m.. .is...war. raff OHM m MAIM 00,eta. .,Teea sake stees It frost it-ic.HeCall's9T42. Jar' lines. The neckline binding, UcCaU's: kj Pattern the tettoi ftttf.trlmlar tHttM .
t-13.9A*. which extends down the front- U-M. IN. Ood.froy Mf..Comp.ft 3510 Oily.st. St.Loul..Mo.
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.. .. THE FLORID A STAR "Saturday, ,July 8, i9mTEiEaptist

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; : ... I F 'Laura Sir..,' ,' Union Community

Announces ..Psbyt.onChurch; :fi ; \::. Slates. Services. '.

f ; :j ) The Women of the

Activiflti.s Notes* church met last Sun
1 day after the 11 ajn
By PEARSON SR. service to complete
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-'I Rev c. B. Dailey, Sunday School with'T.V.Hugersuperinten x. x, ; r M plans for their annual -
PMtoris..king all : observance.Chaixnan .
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.choirsusher boards \
'for this
dent in charge,begins t
! and congregationfflflBbers affair will be Mrs.
clans '
at 9:30 a.m.and ': ,
t. to accompany at 10:30 o'clock. All Juanita Green and
' him Sunday at 3 p.m. officers f. :< .- : Mrs. Debris Burls
requested '
', I to St. John Baptist to be at their postof '4'. ".',., ..",', F s a ..1..... :.,'.: will serve as cochairman -
: Church Rev A. J. .
S :
. : time in :<
duty on
. Hughes, pastor, to order to supervises .7-;. +1R .r ;,.:;:> and program will be
,1':' share in the churches ; .' announced later.
increased attendance ', .
; :
G t. annivers&rservicee The morning message
for maximum results. i r r9 .c,
... will be delivered by
, and program. I Morning services begin y- :' the wit h
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Sunday'. order of ...
1 at 11 1
a.m. and Choir #2 furnishing
services begins withSunday
;'l t close at 12 o'clock :'' = the music. Sunday
School at 9:20
i noon.Rev. F.D.Wilson school begins at 9:30
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am with G.W. Scott .
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E+ and pastor,and Mrs.Wilson .:'.! ; J.t a.m.with Superintendent
) ( superintendent, are out of the t, ;
./ teachers in charge I I"i' city y C. L. Crane in

Dailey will deliver serving as counselorsat ? charge.
Rev. t -I.r
the 11 a.m. the Presbyterian : Mrs. A. B. Royston,
Conference Center at ..
t I morning worship. The super7isorwill preside
:Lake Placid Florida.
deacons of the church over the League
'i Sessions were held hour at
5:30 followed
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will lead the devo-
l' tions prior to the July 4-8. Rev. Wilson A VERY SUCCESSFUL SESSION Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Church, Fourth Street and Myrtle by 6:30 p.m.

service. Choir 2 and may be contacted at .Avenue, ,closed its annual Vacation Bible School June 30 following two weeks of highly evening worship.

'l Usher Board 2 will that address.. successful operation. Instructors shown from left (foregroundare: Mrs. Ella McKeever and : The regular weekly

\ serve throughout I The Vacation, Church Mrs. Leola Bradham Solomon. Onjright (foreground) are Rev. J. M. Dixonpastor and dean of Prayer meeting and

School is now in session the school, Mrs. Edna Mae Thomas. Other instructors on stairway in background left are: class meeting will

I day at the new church Miss Barbara Harris, Mrs. Earlene Johns, Miss Gena Mae ThompsonMiss Earline Thompsonand I take place on Tuesday -
BTU meets at 5:45
:'I: with W. F. Tillman pa site at Cleveland and Miss Delores Rodgers. Following close of the session, the student-converts were baptized night. Choir #1

Rev Da1ley, Woodlawn Roads in the Sunday, July 2 during impressive rites at the church. .. will rehearse on
a. president.
x will deliver toe* final form of a day 'camp. (FLORIDA STAR PHOTO) Wednesday night and
All Adare, urged f Choir
4 1 holds
the r ehearsal. -

'; message during the of 7 o'clock day to in lend the their operation support of Rev. Thorpe C., Jackson's. Abyssinia's I night. on Thursday

evening worship. the school. All chil- Recital {Slated Sunday's Events i

a Weekly Activities dren are urged to attend To Be CitedPev.D.B.Thorpepastcr Revival Starts Emanuel's

!I The male chorus meets and to bring For -!u1r13". Sister Rosetta Cohen

r Monday night at 8 pjn. their friends. J July 10th will observe her fifth Deacon Board

for rehearsal.Regular A date will be set of Mount Moriah Ate anniversary in gospel

'Tuesday night Prayer to choose .the name of Church willbe honoredon Rev. W. F.Tanner of singing July 14 at 8p.m. I'I Plans Fete

.Meeting begins at 7 the new church b y his birthday: July '.t Miami will conduct at First Born I

o'tloCL W e dti esday ballot from the following 11 at the church beginning revival services at Temple, 825 W. Monroe Rev.A.Anderson,p mr

night's Bible Study 'names. herein at 8:30 p.m. Abyssinia Baptist Street. of Bethlehem Baptist

will be supervised by ].imtedi WestminsterUnited Mrs.Mary Nealey,accompanied Church. The annual All city singing Church will deliverthe

the pastor. The pres- Presbyterian by Melvin program: begins Monday groups and individual sermon when the

ident of Choir '3 is Church{Memorial United Grace and Miss Barn=es night at 8 p.m. vocalists are invitedto Deacon Board o f

urging all members to Presbyterian Church; Wrightwill present a Prayer services will appear on the pro- .Emanuel Baptist Church

attend rehearsal on Northwestern United vocal recital of the be in charge of the gram.Melvin Gracewill celebrates its anniversary -

Wednesday night at 8 Presbyterian Church; pastor favorite L: { women of the church serve as master of Monday night

p.m. Boy Scouts will Geneva United ,,Presbyterian songs. from 7 to 7:30 p. m., ceremonies and the in the church beginning -

meet in the church Church; Saint Mrs. Thorpe has invited ..............-..........__ ._ ---0.. and until the 8 men from District 7:30 public is invited. at 8 p.m.
Thursday at 6:30 p.m. Luke United Presbyterian the public s CAMILLA JACKSON p.m. Elder A. Hill is host Each district and

First Baptist Church, Church 5 Wbodlaffi: presence at the pro- ..Recital Thursday 1 meets for a pledge pastor. auxiliary will parti-

1025 Jessie .St., extends United PresbyterianChurch gram.Mrs. Nealey will rally Sunday at 3p.m. ------- cipate during the program -
the right hand ; Only Memorial include in her Eight- year old Camilla in the home of Mrs District 21 Second : and deaconess

of fellowship to its United PresbyterianChurch repitoire such well- Jackson's .recital Anna White, 1662 W. Baptist Church will and trustees, are requested -

fellowmen. and 'Simmons known favorites as, set for'July 9th 6th"Street. meet Sunday at 4 p.m. to be in uniform. -

Memorial United Pres- "How. Great Thou Art", as previously a n- Deaconess Boards 1 in the home of Mr.and All senior

BethlehemSets byterian Church "Talk; About a Child", nounced, has been set and 2 will meet at Mrs. Ed Boatwright, choirs and usher

All officers of the I "Move On Up a Little for Thursday Night, 3:30 p. m. Sunday in 1163 E.63rd St.Leader boards will serve.The

RecitalFor church are urgently Higher", and "Sending July 13 at 8 p.m. the church. Districts Curtis Smith will is invited.

requested to attend Up My Timber." Camilla, a voice 8 and 11 meets Sundayat give his monthly re- public All
Wednesday night's progidy since she was 3 p. m. at the port. persons servingas
for the
SundayUsher prayer services whichis L. J. RobertsAt threeyears of age, church. District 4 Vacation Bible Schoolare
held from 7:30 until will be presented by meets at 4 p.m. Sunday PATRONIZE
to b
8:30 the junior choir of at the church. urged e
Board 1 of p.m. ConfabLeonard at 5
Star Advertisers present Saturday
Mt. Olive Primitive.
The Westminster Choir
Bethlehem B a p.ti st p.. to register and
Church will will serve for the J. RobertsJr. Baptist Church,Fourth
present enroll children for
rites during Sunday's Street and MyrtleAvenueThursday ATTENTION READERS,
Jerome Forest in a president the opening session
musical recital Sunday 11 a.m. serviceswith, Citywide ACE Union of nightat Please Bring or Send Your which begins July 10

at 8 p.m.in the Mrs. Rudyne Watson AXE churches left last 6 p.m. Church News, Club Notices & Announcements at 9 a.m.
Rev. J. M. Dixon is
church a ud i toriun.The serving at the console week end for Chicago,' .
host pastor and Mrs. To The FLORIDA STAB Early .
public is invited. Nev- members, 111 where ,he will be
Sunday school beginsat 'Misses Jessie Heck, guest of his brotherand Pearl Hodges is program DEADLINE FOR NEWS IS TERSE VERSE

9:30 a.m.. wit h Laverne Mischoe and tamiJy,Hr.and Mrs. supervisor.Among TUESDAY at NOON A By A.. C. Gordon
her elections Cardlla
Deacon E. Sawyer in Howard 0. Roberta. s I :
jean Bass joinedthe
will "Will the FLORIDA STAB The
sing true meaning of "pentjr"Within !
charge.Morningxorahip Choir While in ChicagoHr.
Circle Be Unbroken a modem home,
starts at 11 a.m.Dis Roberts will attend 2323 Moncriof Rd. Corner 13th Street many
recently, sung to have a little
trict 4 will host the with the choir o n ..."'..;.. TA+awnA3ttt1A* --_ Con----- one of.her __public'soutstanding Than-.._ vrfiat.... tli...". M.......0.-:11..1:1'.:""- "- _: ._.won
District Mass Meetingat every occasion since ventionyof the Christian The: childartist r&voxites.is '

4 p.m. District 2 joining it. heir Endeavor Society
ofl the
a member :
meets at 5 p. m.,' BTU loyalty consistency 'slated July 4 through LattimoreGoSp felSing- now it's

at 5 p. m. and, the are admired and lauded the 8th with head- ers which are ,heard Pepsithink
evening worship at 7. by the church in its quarters at the Conrad every Sunday mo ming young

entirety. ,Hilton Hotel. .over a local radio M11T.Trrflh11! t Today wire**th&**serer itf,,.,.We faith*filii Iii:

,GOODSON. Txf Announced station. 'f :Pepsi ,Till /s tile life,for P e;II-llllJt, t"'cf' r:1N1 f t",

Cleaners She has previouslysung '" Ifllliiiiiwuiiiiillll.! !! Ajs/-C0/a. At stores, fountains, say "fipsls ,It.N
in well- known

PICK'W a DELIVERY Rev Clarence Collins I Simpsan'sNen New York and New
Jersey; churches. Camilla .. : .
WITH'TWO LOCATIONS TO pastor of Brooks Plan Annual.Day plans on giving .' : .-" ,.
Prayer announces *
several recitals there :: .
SERVE YOU. that the text for I
Nathaniel Moody has this summer when she
Sunday 3'p.m.. serv- d
sass CLEVELAND ROAD been elected to serveas takes her vacation .. -;: : .
ice will be,"Power of ;: .,.
Ie' chairman of the there. .. a t.
Prayer.' ;
1056 POWHATTEN STREET The public ,is .invited annual Meats Day program -', .
Meth- Cobb, Recital t
at SimpSon ......#
PH. EL 4-0047 odist Church scheduled ..t' :): .

for Sunday, July 30. Is SundayMiss .', .'- .
former bishop of the ', Heltonia; 'Cobb,a .,
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South Atlantic Coastal student at Edward :: "J'

33RD'AND SPIRES STREETS area willbe principal Waters College, and .i'y ; i------ :
speaker during the also Mt.Sinai Baptist ': :: 4
Under Construction Church will 'be*heard '. r.-
HOUSES morning's, :., ,
The public invited in a- vocal- recital ,. : .
s 'SMALL DOWN PAYMENT s to join with fee group Sunday night Marliiig '-.t k' ..
't. :
,-C- Salesmen On Duty :.: in observing its annual at 7:30 p.m. 'in' the : I ,YS'f

\" day Rev 0. A. church auditorium..
: .
; 12 NOON TIL 6 P.M. r
Burns is host pastor The wallknownyoung ,
SATURDAYS And SUNDAYS r artist will feature __ -
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.. '. ,FLORID STAJt'IN' _spirituals, classical '. ;r..' __ ...
and sad. classical :7 :4 -- ._ r
MORRIS CONSTR. CO.. .- EVERY,. J election and popular: ," '. >' -i %-ii
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do.', THE FLORIDA STAB 'Saturday, Jifly 8, 19&Ifirsf


: k l' Ti- Baptist Laura' str.., (" :' .,. ;;. < E, Union CommunitySinus .\

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AnnouflcesActivitities Presbyterian ...,..r,:',,,,_,., J .., Services
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f ., The Women of thechurch
\ Church Notts .- ,'J' ., ,..''..:-._.' ... -. met last Sunday
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f.'\\ after the 11 am
1. BY ROSA LEE:COFFIE By'L. N. PEARSON SR. -.: service to complete =
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Ii Her c. B. Ikile9sIiastorit Sunday School 'with'T.V.Hugersuperinten .' '- '" plans for their annual -

asking all "'f .. : i observance.Chairman .
choirsusher boards, for this
dent in charge,begins
and: congregationMtbers : '. i affair win, be Mrs.
at 9s30 amarid closes '4' ,
to accompany '! Juanita Green and
fclock. ALL
at 10:30
him Sunday at :3 p.m. officers are requestedto "":'. : Mrs. Debris Burls

to St. John Baptist be at their post : .," ." Will serve as cochairman -

t t Church, Rev A. J. r V. fy'f L h Activities
of duty on. time in '!i '{ .
f Hughes, pastor, to 'order to supervise.mcreu'ad ..,".J, '...f,,,' and program will be
Share in. the chirchfs attendancefor announced later.
annivers&xservices :: ;: The morning message
1'p' ,. "
results.. ,
maximum .J
,"Y.. ytf will be delivered by

i and program. Horning services. begin i-: f the pastor, wit h
Sundayfs order of at 11 a.m. and Choir #2 furnishingthe

1 services begins withSiidayschool close at 12 oclocknoon.Rev. music. Sunday
at 9:20 : i iI ,
F.D.Wilson, school begins at 9:30
amwith,G.W. Scott
Mrs.Wilson Superintendent
pastorand i
superintendent and .:';_;;
I are out of the city :\.of C. L. Crane in
+ teachers in
charge. x
,serving as counselorsat a- charge.
Rev. Dailey will deliver
the Presbyterian Mrs A. B. Houston,
the 11 a.m.morning .
worship. The ',Conference Center at supervisor,will pre- i
Lake Placid, Florida. side over the League
the church
deacons of Sessions were held hour at 5:30, fol-

will lead the devotions July 4-8. Rev. Wilson A VERT' SUCCESSFUL SESSION- Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Church, Fourth Street and Jtyrtle( lowed by 6:30 p.m.
prior to may be contacted at .Avenue, closed its annual Vacation Bible School June 30 following two weeks of highlysuccessful evening worship.
service. Choir' 2 that address., operation. Instructors shown from left (foregroundare: Mrs. Ella McKeever and : The regular weekly

4 Usher Board 2 will The Vacation Church Mrs.. Leola Bradham Solomon. Onjright (foreground) are Rev. J. M. Dixonpastor and dean of i Prayer meeting and
the ,
servo throughout School is now in seSsion the school, Mrs. Edna Mae Thomas. Other instructors on stairway in background left are: class meeting will
,i'' d BTU at the new church Miss Barbara Harris, Mrs. Earlene Johns, Miss Gena Mae ThompsonMiss Earline Thompsonand I take place on Tues-
meets at 5:45 pm site at Cleveland and Miss Delores Rodgers. Following close of the session, the student-converts were baptized day night. Choir #1

with W. F. T llman, Woodlawn Roads in the Sunday, July 2 during impressive rites at the church. will rehearse on

ra president. Rev.Dailey form of a day camp. (FLORIDA STAR PHOTO) S Wednesday night and

r will deliver the final All Adults are, urged I Choir 2 holds r ehearsal. -

message of the day to lend their supportin I II on Thursdaynight.
during the 7, o'clock the operation of Rev. ThorpeTo C Jackson'sRecital AbyssinIa'sRevival' .

evening worship. the school. All chil- Slated Sunday's Evtnff

Weekly Activities dren are urged to attend Be Cited Starts Emanuel's

i The male chorus meets and to bring For July 13th Sister Rosetta Cohen

Monday night at 8 pm their friends Rev.D.B.Thorpepashrof 0 July 10th will observe her fifth Deacon Board

for rehearsal.Rsgular' A date will be set Mount Moriah AME anniversary in gospel

Tuesday night Prayer to choose ,the name of Church willbe honoredon Rev W. F.Tanner of singing July 14 at 8 ; Plans FeteRev.

-Meeting begins at 7 the hew church b y his birthday' July Miami will conduct p.m. at First Born

o'clock W'e d-n esday ballot from the following 11 at, the church beginning revival services at Temple, 825 W. Monroe .A.Andersonp ixr

night Bible Study names, herein at 8:30 p.m. Abyssinia Baptist Street. of Bethlehem Baptist

will be supervised by listed: Westminster Mrs. Mary Nealey,accompanied f Church. The annual All city singing Church will deliverthe

the pastor. The pres- United Presbyterian by Melvin program begins Monday groups and individual sermon when the

ident of Choir 3 is Church f Memorial United Grace and Miss BerniceWrightxill IW'itM f night at 8 p.m. vocalists are invited, Deacon Board o f

urging all* members to Presbyterian Church; present a Prayer services will to appear on the pro- Emanuel Baptist Church

attend rehearsal on Northwestern United vocal recital of the be in charge of the gram.Melvin Grace will celebrates its anniversary -

Wednesday night at 8 Presbyterian Church; pastor's favorite s %' t women of the church serve as master of Monday.! nightin

p.m. Boy Scouts will Geneva United ,Presby- songs. { from 7 to 7:30 p. nu, ceremonies and the the church beginn-
1 i 7YLM. Ta and the from 7:30
meet in the church terian Church; Saint Mrs. Thorpe has invited ,'< men public is invited. ing at 8 p.m.

Thursday at 6:30 p.m. Luke United Presby- the public s CAMILLA JACKSON until 8 p.m. District Elder A. Hill is hast:: Each district and
1 meets for a pledge
First Baptist Church, terian Church I Wmr" JIWn presence at' the pro- ..Recital Thursday rally Sunday at 3p.m.in pastor. auxiliary will parti-
United : Mrs. Nealey will ------
1025 Jessie.St., extends Presbyterian gram. cipate during the program -
the right hand Church; Only Memorial include in her Eight- year old Camilla the home of Mrs District 21 Second : and all deaconess

of fellowship to its United Presbyterian repitoire such wellknown Jackson 'recital Anna White, 1862 W. Baptist Church will and trustees, are requested

:fellowmen. Church, and 'Simmons favorites as, set r'Ju1y 9th. 6th'Street. meet Sunday at 4 p.m. to be in un-

Memorial.. United Pres- "How Great Thou Art", as previously a n- Deaconess Boards 1'and in the home of Mr.and iform. AH senior

BethlehemSets byterian Church Talk About a Child", nounced, has been set 2 will meet at .Mrs Ed Boatwright, choirs and usher

All officers of the, "Move On Up a Little for Thursday Night, 3:30 p. m. Sunday in 1163 E.63rd St.Leader boards will serve.The

RecitalFor church are urgently Higher", and "Sending Ju.Y13at8P.m. the church. Districts Curtis Smith will public is invited.

requested to attend Up My Timber." Camilla, a voice 8 and 11 meets Sundayat give his monthly re- All serving
since she 3 p. m. at the persons
Wednesday night's progidy was port.
instructors for the
SundayUsher prayer services whichis I. .J. RobertsAt threeyears of age, church. District 4 Vacation Bible Schoolare
will be meets at 4 p.m. Sunday PATRONIZE
held from 7:30 until presented by urged to b e

Board 1 of 8:30 p.m. ConfabLeonard the junior choir of at the church. Star Advertisers present Saturday at 5
Mt. Olive Primitive
Bethlehem B a p.ti st The Westminster Choir p.m. to register and
Church will present will serve. for the J. Roberts Baptist ChurchFourth enroll children for

Jerome Forest in a rites during' Sunday's Jr., president of.the Street and Myrtle .. ATTENTION READERS the opening session

musical recital Sunday 11 a.m. services,with Citywide ACE Union of Avenue,Thursday nightat Please Bring or Send Your which begins July 10

at 8 p.m.in the Mrs. Rudyne: Watson AME churches left last 8 p.m. < Church News Club Notices &. Announcements at 9 anu
Rev. J. M. Dixon is
church a ud itorium serving at the console week end for Chicago, host pastor, and Mrs. To The'FLORIDA STAR. Early .
invited. HI where he will be
The public is New members,
his brotherand Hodges program DEADLINE FOR NEWS IS
Sunday school beginsat 'Misses Jessie Heck, guest of
wit h fa.m1l1'. Hr.and Mrs supervieor.Among By .tC. GordonThe
9:30 a.m. Laverne Mischoe and her selectionsCJrm"A: TUESDAY at NOON .
E. Sawyer in Howard 0. Roberts ,
Jean Bass who joinedthe
will sing "Will the FLORIDA STAB true meaning of "plenty
charge.Morningxorahipstarts Westminster Choir While in 'Chic ago,Hr. Within modern home,
Circle Be Unbroken many a
2323 lame & Corner 13th
Roberts will attendTAternatdcnai Street
at 11 a.m.Dis-
recently, have sung one of her publicfsOUUBUOIKULXlg I Is to have a little more.
trict 4 will host the with the choir o n +...l.w...- ------- Convention -, _aa.&._.&.__..2.1__ _.:.---.l.&.__ Than what th
District Mass Meetingat every occasion since of the Chris- The childartist a8wriwmr is

4 p.m. District 2 joining it. Their tian Endeavor Society a. member o f t h .e it's

meets at 5 p. m.,' BTU loyalty aid consistency slated July 4 throughthe Lattimore .Gos pe Sing now Pepsi .

at 5 p. nu and, the are admired and- lauded 8th with head- ers which are :heard for those who thinkIIflTTh111L1
evening worship at 7. by the church in its quarters at the Conrad every Sunday mo ming young

entirety. .Hilton Hotel.Simpson's. .over a local radio Today we're on the go as.nrerbefore.Wo load frit mi

,GQODSOiV Announced station. .i, .This Is tilt 0* for ._s/-II"t, tracing, cfaa-tattt**

CleanersPICK fcxf She has previouslysung 1f11ll1l'IIIILUJJlllul.!! ",sl.C,'.. At stores, fountains, say "P eM 's ,111MI
in well- known

Men New York and New
V? ft DEUVERY Rev Clarence Collins ,
Jersey, churches. Camilla : N'
pastor of Brooks Plan Annual.Day
1 Prayer House anxunces several recitals there ...,.," J...
YOU. that the text for 7 > tl ;
this steer when she 0.'
Nathaniel Moody has
Sunday's. S
::3'p.m. serv-
takes her vacation ,.. ""
4956 CLEVELAND ROAD ice will be,"Power of been elected to serveas :. : '.
there. Ti.
chairman of the
ft Prayer. :"

1056 POWHATTEN STREET The public is invited. annual Hens Day program RecitalIs ) : > .
Methodist Cobb '
at Simpson w; z .
,: : I
PH. EL 4.0047 "
Church scheduled .t -c .

for Sunday, July 30. / SundayMiss .r .._. '
former bishop of the Haltonia"Cobba; ,
South Atlantic Coastal student at E Edward :., r ii p

33RD'AND SPIRES STREETS area willbe principal Waters College and fc' ;. .

speaker during the also Mt.Sinai Baptist ,', .
HOUSES Under Constructions morning services. Church, will 'b heard -< "

The 'public is invited in a. vocal- recital ., ._'? .'H _
s fie Sunday night snarling \< :
to join with group ..

,:..- Salesmen On Duty .. in observing its annual at 7:30 p.m. in the 1 ) ; t. .
church auditorium rE
day Rev 0. A. -
>, 12 NOON TIL 6 P.M. Burns is host pastor. The wellknownyoungartist ; \ < b I.r..,; .,
SATURDAYS And SUNDAYS will feature .
FLORIDA spirituals classical :- : ,
STARIN ; :;_, -
and semi classical : 1 w. d
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MORRIS CONSTR. CO.. EVERYCQI.O ,selection and popular .. I -' "- "
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ba'1'ada.Th public is' -- .... -
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i ? Sat. diy, ,July 8, 1961 .L .apRiQA STN! Page Five
.Yo: LOCALFighter '
I :.! t Y : _- r Center I
e1 433 '
Arrested Martin and C.E. Peoples ..
Phone EL 4 1468
answering the Mv'Hc Avc and Adams

Daniel Scott, 52, of callvere questioning 4 w; -

1441 East 25th street' Prince Jones when MEDIUM MULLET .:. .. .. ../.Lb. 20c

was injured on the Jones became upset a.i- s LARGE MULLET ._ .. .. .. .Lb. 29e

head'during a fight struck Martin and w __ SALT MULLET ..... .. .. ... .....Lb: 29c
.in the 1400 block of fled. Martin chased HUH DOZEN

Honcrief Road last him, police reported YELLOW MULLET ROE :. .. .Lb.. 79c

Saturday, police .re ported. S Jw SALT MULLET ROE .. .,. .. : .. .. Lb. 98c

ported. The chase came to an BOAT WHITING .,. .. .'. .. .. ..Lb. 29c
/, Delbert Sappa passerby end when Jones tripped -A DIO' IN PRICE OF 10% .nr lilt wnkw Chortle ,,,..
r stated that he and fell in front SPECKLED TROUT Lb. 5Se
I FULLY DRESSED "Ckkhii .It J *r S.. .. it"
saw a man get out of of 1016 Jackson St.
Scott and the .5 i CATFISH .. .. .. . .. .Lb. 49cDtlkiwi
car striking his head a-
vhtft{ frill sad ten**with Hot Grit.,lima Ions
i two men became engaged gainat the stone foundation C... Slaw Mtf let Tea
in a fight. The of a house and r 4 4A3PIItaiG 4y FLOUNDER . ',' ...'. Lb. 39c

man whom he did not causing a bad. l cera- SNAPPER FILLETS ... .. .. Lb. 59e
tion. .< _.- BEACH WHITING .. .. ... Lb. 35c
recognize ran north .
on Moncrief. The two were arrestedon MODELS-The Stanette Models are a group ,of young hopefuls OCEANVIEW SPOTS .. .. .. 'S. .Lb. 35c
Scott was taken to of money f whose photos will be sent to various national magazines ty their sponsor GENUINE PINSACOLA WHOLE

/ Duval Medical Center charges.larceny;They will be Avery's Studio From left are: Doris Patricia JohnsonVera Cobb, RED SNAPPER . . Lb. 55c

for treatment and ar tried in city ,court. ,Patricia King MaxLne. Thomas and Maxine Harris STARTS SUNDAY
rested.He (PHOTO BY AVERY)
was charged Strand

:with being drunk and School Money Stolen 2nd Baptist's! ,
fighting. Wages War onSegregation brserr.i t .r," .
j Patrolmen Robert G.. Dixie Cities +
Krs.mAlpha H. Moore, mmwm B
Activities i
j ,George and C. Barton !D-l I
-- -
1129 W.8th Street reported KARl MAlD I
investigated. NE
+ the larceny of ,AnnouncedDistrict Dodge JusticeDepartment '
A sweeping program J
Reports Money Stolen money was Day will be designed to wipe out NOW THE SCREEN ACHIEVES : eueoJACK_ _
New Stanton High .
i observed i n Second segregation i n all SURPASSING GREATNESS! .1 !
School last Monday.
Nathaniel Hicks, 56, Baptist' ChurchjSunday. forms_ of interstatetravel .
Street She said that while -YJ'IOIOO' ...,... .
or 215 Spruce The business meetings \ during the cup- .r '{ ilPfUICR s. .ah.ye/1 f1N.1r.
k reported the loss of walking in the hallon will be held in the OUTWITS GOVERNMENT M' [i Dm! 'riM [ .'tilMl f wel a'I leaUV&iJ Gus IU1Sm!! t; 1111 tUil.D
rent summer was announced = 471M'NU: .!MM:IGtMn: WfM'lNo ""'
the office
IInII'D11f11llll'tYr1llW 1
her to r ( AND
money last Sunday,p0- various homes, begin- by CORE eld_ '
lice reported. to ,report the; ning' at 4 p.. nu and WASHINGTON--The head Director Gordon Care MINOT
1 Hicks said he and money, she met two the committee willre- of the Justice e Department IFThe current Freedom ;m.'i

two of. .his friends, young men in the hall ceive the reports at '8 ci yil 'rightsdivision"admitted -Rides are just beginning ; ntl TECHNICOLOR MiODZ.wOFCRm.
Jones One stopped and the last : TOTALSCOPE
Prince 223 .
,, 6P. m.Services ," Carey ,said.''t'le r
HelenL. other kept walking, week that southern
will our as-
Wright, o f 362 then turned around, at 9:30 a, nu, with cities have outwittedthe sualt on segregated I BIG FEATURE PICTURES

Nixon Street were at came up behind her Sunday School'C.MVaught government b y and eating -
waiting rooms
his house when he went and snatched the paper and Lucious Ches- using federal airport facilities to include -
into the house to get money from her hand ter in charge. The funds in such .a way *train and air .....

some money.The wallet and also a bag with pastor,, Rev. J. Sams, as to maintain racial terminals as well as PA ELEANOR CHARLTON
with $38 missing, was the silver money then will reviewthe lesson, segregation.What bus stations.Our cur- (\'ItH Yttls*cLOlt _
said. rld,she said. The a- A Fisher C f happened Burke TECHNICOLOR
gone he Andrew, rent drive has, ended
mount missing was reported Marshall assista t PLUS BRIGITTE BARiXT IN "COKE DANCE WITH 1-3"
Hicks later saw the Men He will also deliver n facilitiesin ..
4 suspects together to be $183.25, the sermons for general for civil segregated communities.We SKY'7IESUNDAY KITE THRU TUESDAY

Park and Jackson Sts. police records indi the major services.The rights said, was that are many determined to Win $740 Cash l Mondaya Kight

'about two hours ;Later: cated. consecration service during the Eisenhower v i,:cn
end all such depriva'tions .1'11 MllfIDI//cent J'en
Patrolmen T. L. Mays M rt us[
administration federal
for the deacons, -
He called the police and Robert George in- of human rights
deaconesses. Ushers was used Sr
and Patrolmen W., C. ) 8
vestigated. the end of the
and choirs w i 11 beheld for runways, hangars, by

I j SingietotTs Superior' Bar-B; Q -- ,-at 10:45. .a. m.and. .. ... and_ other.L parts___.1.1 of summer," Carey added. PLUS ttTHE ENCHANTED ISLAND"rr
while -
Morning worsnip at i. j. airport municipal '\;
\\fi '
O'clock. funds were used

Has Just Received. ;. The Starlight Band for racially segrega-

A BIG SHIPMENT OF'RIBS AND BEEF will meet :in the lower ted waiting, rooms and
auditorium at 4 p.m, restaurants.
BAR-B-Q LOVERS WILL NOW GET with Mrs. Marie White
,MORE MEAT ON ALL ITEMSEverybody's : _in charge.. r:_* *,*

Rev .O., A. GeorgeThe

;i I Going For... Rev. 0. A. George of Cincinnati, Ohio, a .

:: PIG-ON-A-BUN spiritual servant of healing and health, and \ BEAT THE HEAT

v. giving blessings throughout the United States -

And may Jacksonville.He now be contacted. at 70S Market Street in-. : You can keep refreshingly cool

'I BEEFONABUNOnly is helping thousands every week.Rev. 0. A. : .l'
cX: and comfortable with MCCrory's
George is a God-sent man. He can. also tell you f 4. !

when and where. ,... ;......, ',.. :

.i. ,. 35CRegister donation only 300. Phone EL 33533.He : [
sees all and tells all about you. Come to

the Altar of ,Sacrifice and be healed 'no matter

Now what your, condition, whether sickness or disease i t1L1 :
Ti. :! autI I

1'hy're Delicious You Can Win Healing is our miracle through the power of :

AIL MEAT NO BONES A Whole God. Luke 11-26f Matt. 19-29; Isaiah,53-5*.Rev.O. .

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. ,k...-.- ... .- THE FLORIDA STAR | .,.. ,Saturday, July 8, 1961i

i =sPoiTmi1TiFIi ., f y Segregation+ Negro's Desire, Not Physique

Discussed At 'Make Outstanding TalentS

mi l'' G :1
$ ConfabMIAMI
GRAMBUNG COLLEGE at Grabbling, La is one of "-
the smaller colleges that is recognised allover r q TOSKEGEE INSTITUTE,.Ala-The Negro desiro
the country for turning out some super Segregationand to beat the odds and excel-not his phyzsique--
athletes who have written their names high in a resolution on make him a superior athletebut his mediocrityin
the annals of sports. Just recently the Cleve- v "Freedom Jdders" is such sports as swimning is due to 'lack of
land Indians forked out between $60,000 and expected to be discussed opportunity, a noted physiologist said here
$90,000 for Tommie Agee. Jt has been said that ,-.. and): acted upon recently. i
Agee and Floyd Robinson of the Chicago White : : i during the North American Dr. Peter Karpovich, pills.
Sox are the two highest colored bonus babiesto Baptist Association Springfield College Dr. Karpovich told;
sign major league contracts. conclave tak- physiology professor, of his plans to attic'males
EVERY FOOTBALL FAN who followed collegiate __ ing place here this refuted theories of of high school
and professional football can well reme&berth week.. some scientists that I and college ages to
famous "Tank" Younger. He was a Grumblingproduct.Grambling >. -; -- Prior to the convention Negro athletes are determine whether the
has representatives in pro .-, -. --.-. ..,.. Ys opening here superior due to catlike present American male
basketball, football and baseball, and now an .- J;,. -.>, -1 this weekDr. Corbett movements" and is larger now than 25
18-year-old outfielder from the same school Nack, vice presidentof animal instinctspar years ago.
inks his name to 'a contract to play baseball ABA .and chaplain ticularly; i n such He intends to set up
with a: terrific bonus with it. TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION CITES PROFESSOR PERKE1B- of the Arkansas Senate sports as track and research centersthroughout
ONE OF THE MAIN REASONS Knoxville stays near Professor W. R. Perkins (left), retiring principal stated, "We believe field.Dr. the country
the top of the Glass A South Atlantic League of Griffin School, Tallahassee, Floridawas the freedom riders Karpovich addressed and hopes to use
is the hitting of Jess Queen. Jess ,is hittingat presented a special citation in recognition are agitators... "we a group of Tuskegee Institute as
the terrific rate of'.328.He has been scoring of 45 years of meritorious service in Florida also believe they some 100 physical education one of them.
runs and knocking in runs to help keep Ms education, by Dr. Gilbert L. Porter, executive should sweep around students and With Dr. Karpovich
team in the front ranks. The big outfielder is secretary, Florida State Teachers Association their own doors before instructors.He during his Tuskegee
not going for home runs, despite the fact that in behalf of the members of the state- wide trying to sweep around said that some visit was his wife,
he hUe hit six. One thing Jess is trying to do orga ization. Dr. Porter was the eatured those of the South." researchers tried tosay' Mrs. Mary Rathbone
and that is keep that batting average up.He is speaker at the testimonial banquet honoring The ABA membership! that track star. Karpovichan authority
the leader in that field. Professor Perkins. is said to number a- Jesse Owens was s uc- on corrective phy-
BACK IN THE GOOD OLD DAYS of the Kansas City ., .. ((FAMU[ staff photo by Horace Jones Jr.). round 3,000 churches.Its cessful because h e sical education and
Monarchs, Newark EaglesBaltimcre: ElitesPitts, headquarters is had an unusually long: rehabilitation, anda
burgh Homestead GreysNew York Cubans, Chicago C/feB/crs in Little Rock, Ark. heel and an enormous retired Columbia
American Giants 'Birmingham Black Barons and toe. But he University physical
final big added
Summer ...--..,.- _.___. __..__ __
the Memphis Red Sox and the long list of outstanding u. -- that there is nothing education professor.
Quit MeetHOL6TOA
celebrities who played on those teams Session At BCSlated unusual about the a- '
one can not fail to think of the name of Chet -' natomyof Jesse Owens FN/Announces
Brewer. Brewer was a master in his field then 8 =Racja1 Segregation Dr. Karpovich added Work ShopsST.
Just as he is now. Not only :was Brewer one of July backfired against -< that there had beenno
the greatest baseball players to ever wear 'a plans of thq; :; b evidence to Justify Atl1t5TDlEFour
uniform, he was always a smart baseball man. Daytona BeachDean sponsors here.Just rem 3 the theory that the major Workshops will
PITTSBURGH SCOOT CHET BREWER has proved his 'W. A. McMillan stated cent internationally : J -S Negro shows litt 1 e be held on the campus;
value to the Pittsburgh Pirates. He has Just that registration for of !; proficiency in swimming of Florida Normal and
completed his third year as a scout for the the last four weeksof famed Negro track and ri-: because of a dif- Industrial Memorial
Pirates. It is well established that Brewer the Summer Session field stars refusedto ferent distribution College this sumer.
knows baseball and he knows baseball tal e n t. is scheduled for compete i n the of weight or a heavier The first workshop
The thing that makes the field more fertile is SaturdayJuly 8th from vaunted "Meet of th e bone structure. will take place on
that Chet is not limited. Wherever he finds a 8:00A..M.. to. 11:00 Champions.' Insteadhe att'ributed July 912 under the
prospect that looks good to him, be he black, A.M.. in White Hall. When it was learned the poor showingin sponsorship of the
brown, white, red, or grey, the old Scout is This session is de- that the two Negro swimming to lack Florida Congress of
"Monorch of all he Surveys" in baseball talent. isigned for atudantsxho champion track and of opportunity. H e Colored Parents and
field colleges-South 1 Teachers of which W.K.
did not register said until recently,
CHET BREWER THE PITCHER has traveled extensively I for the regular 9 ern U. of Texas and the average Negro had Harper is president.Theme .
while throwing curvessmoke ballsfast, weeks session.The Prairie View, also of not been exposed to of this four
balls and slow balls for the Kansas C it y Texas-would not be allowed ATTENDS CONFERENCE- day confab will be
following courses swimming as a competitive -
Monarchs. He also used that real right arm in' ivill be offered: P.E. to compats, an Miss Betty Holifield, sport.Dr. "The Role of the PTA
Mexico, Tampico, Canada, Puerto Rico, Panama NAACP Youth Council a library service in Realizing National
Cuba, South America, Dominican Republic Honolulu -' Activity Workshop and group threw ticket! major at Florida A&HUnivers1ty Karpovich dis- Goals."
and in the Fhillipine Islands. 'In all of Reading Clinic, Work- line around the sta-. attend- counted the "fancy" Certificates will be
his travels he learned to know men, he learned shop in Measurement tiua ing a surmer orientation that oxygen and c e r- awarded by the collegeto
baseball, he became a keen observer of talent. and Guidance, Methodsand Coupled to** this sit session at the tain foods given an all work-shoppers
Before going to the Pirates he worked for the Materials in Social uation was the fact Miramar Conference athlete before a con- at the end of the official .
St. Louis Cardinals. Studies and that the sponsors announced Center in Rhode Island test enable him to session.
WHAT DOES THE CRYSTAL BALL PREDICTIt is hard' Science. that segregated f ran July 1 to July perform mere efficient Offered
to tell Just what is in store. Gene Baker had Four semester hours seating would be 28.The summer session ly. Course
no. dreams of becoming a manager in organized; credit maybe earned; maintained.Top provides a valuable He said that the use TALLAHASSEB-"Stutter-
baseball when he and Ernie Banks opened up in Classes begin,'Monday, Negro stars who background for work of oxygen, gelatin,' ing"a course designed -
Chicago with the Cubs. Banks was at shortstopand July 10th and end on refused to participatein in the church. sugar, honey proteindiet to deal with the
Baker was at second base.At that time they Saturday, August 5. the meet were high pills and other riddle of stuttering,
were classed as the best double-play combination Jumper John Thomas of foods do nothing but including the leading
in baseball. It was Baker and Banks who FAMUan Gets Boston U.; Wor 1 d's McGillHitsDixie build up a psychological theories. therapies
integrated the Cubs team. running broad .Jump effect on the as advanced by psy
THE PITTSBURGH PIRATES secured the servicesof Top AwardTUSnxAssEEEra record-holder Ralph Lawyers athlete chologists, psychiatrists -
Gene Baker :from the Chicago Cubs, but Just Boston; Olympic star This, effecthe said, and speech
recently, the, 36-year-old infielder was cut Maye Stone Johnson of sometimes makes the pathologist, is being
loose from the Pirates. In a quick change in Birdsong, a Junior GramblingjCharles Du- CAMBRIDGEMass.-- athlete's performance offered at Florida
plans, Baker was named manager of the Pirates Florida A&M University rant of Drake; Hayes dressing the Harvard superior-but not the A&M University during
Batavia, N. Y. Class D New YorkPennsylvania 8tudentmajoringin Jones of Michigan U.; Law School Alumni and foods, oxygen and the 1961'surmer ses-

League.-Someone asked Scout Chet Brewer how he foods, 'nutrition, Jim Dupree, Southern the Harvard Facultyfor ..si.on. ._ .
.thought'Baker would make out, he answered by and instituticQ management Illinois5Adolph Flum- Advanced Stuiy't -
saying, "I think he'll do allrigfrt." "I think ,has been awarded mer,tl. of New Mexico; and Research, famed ;I pk
Gene will make a good manager. He has the the Crisco Trophy for George- Kerr, U. of Atlanta Constitution :/ .r" (
terrific know how. He understands the problems outstanding work in Illinois;nthony Wat- editor Ralph McGill
'because he came up the hard way," Brewer said. home economics. son, Oklahoma*State, noted that not a t'
single Association .. -
and several others.
Miss Birdsong is the f \
in the South has .
takena ,
When : '
boycotting Negro "
daughter of Rev. N.J.
PHOTOGRAPHS FOIl Birdsong of Winter fans learned that stand for law and
order as dictated by l'!'.
the Colored trackaters .
Haven. She is a grad- .'i: '
EVERY OCCASION; uate of Jewett High would have to refund the Supreme CoUrt. .
McGill also decried :
School. expense money;
Expert Photography The coveted gold Paid in advance by facts relative to the w ',,'
BaaQwtPaaports South's race problem # -
Portraits Weddings ,
& Identification Photos trophy was presented the sponsors, the total that the .
Photostats & Commercial Work to Hiss Birdsong by ,amounting to over have by planhad lawyers -. a. ...
Photos For Newspaper Cuts Dr. C.A. Fordhead of $1,000 was quickly join them with \; /
While You Wait the department of home raised, among the boys statements J
which deliberately
& Picture Framing ..
Coloring economics at FAMU. cotters. I' .
Let Us Take A Photo Of Yon ., deceivethe :'
people ty distort .,r .: ,
a.; a. ; In Natural Color ing falsifying the .
J. AVERY facts and the Consti-

AVERY'S PHOTO STUDIO. tution about the.. race 1. .1 ;' T
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JtQy 8, 19&L THE'FLOHIDA STAR Page Snd I-

Ir'"oriJ 's Segregated. Sprng..TranngCa-. psAreMaior Issues 1

tlsJ N.* Lo... :Tracl aeaiMJ Patterson Yank's Top Receiver 1 Players May Air Hot Topic

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Bofffft Wif fc r,.. Mlnoio Reloxst

SPOKAMrWlah.-Bunp-; CHICAGOtLl.-Fear of Offered ,,r' w'dik eF,4 ties. I During Big; Game In Boston

ins into a tree in '. t. ,.
Ho lulu caused pitcher being traded ended $500,000LOS According to fa Pittsburg Courier columnist.
Don Newcomb to be White Sox outfielder A + id Wendell Smith, segregation in Florida's spring

h hospitalised with an Minnie Hinoso's fears AH3ELES--Olympia t training camps for major league ball players

eye injury, but the and the hustling Cuban matchmaker. George "can be settled. once and for all" if the Major

accident wean't considered has again caught fire Parnassus has offered League Players Association has the courage to

serious, it and is wielding a potent ;- Floyd .Pattersoni500,000 Ly.r take a "firm and uncompromising stand against
was reported bat and' is a to meet South, "/a it." .

The former Dodger 'terror on the defense. ,American ..Alejandro Smith noted this fact

star is now playing Although he had been, scored a sensational was pointed out the I Bat Immortalized I

with Spokane in the I I nursing sore finger seventh- round kayo x other day when Judge MIL L_"

Pacific Coast League I many fans thought the over ,Zora Folley' re- Robert Cannon, the
Minnie's apparent cently. '' ; .k
at a reported salary w' S players attorney and
of $16,000 and is; slump in all depart- Lavorante has won 13 official spokesman
ments was due to the of MB 14 pro matches. nFu .5 .yk sv stated If the
said to be one of the rd.4a TT ,
injury: but after the Parnassus,w bh Patter- .r Playersf Association :
highest payed playersin JY 'T q., riarp 'l 67d4. : ;
the minors. trading deadline ended son's oke,1DiLd either decides it will not

One of. the leading ,Minnie started. im arrange the bout in. tolerate the conditions -

stars with the DodgersDon proving.The September or anytime under which Negro -
d emonstrative agreeable to the
was traded t o players are forcedto
Cleveland in the American Cuban told a friend world's heavyweight. live each springin
that he loves playing champ.
League, and was li Florida,all barriers
for the White Sox. will be broken
then re-traded to the

Dodgers who sent him Tighter Hi .. 1W 4 %' 9 3'' M e. down and equally awarded -

to Spokane. Negro major Y
Plant Aphids If a bole In the wall becomes too leaguers."
large to hold the screw, take the
To rid: plant of aphids,'save the screw out,'pack the hole with steel _< j4 4 Judge Cannon, Smith WILLIE MAYS
( 157 Commfos/onw soapy water when you wash your wool, and put the screw back in. said, has promised to
stockings or undies at sight In the
Or, poke a wooden match into.the
morning, when the water is cool,, present the issue TO HALL OF FAME- The
For CIAA School I hole, break it off at the waIl surface -
j jaFrFasarmr pour it over the plant and the soil and then replace the screw. 4. forthrightly d ring bat which Willie Maya

:_VA__ 'V.t i4. ... ..... the Players' Association used to blast four
MAM wvh ,v---A--- -"11" '-"-- )
throughout the nation meeting duringthe homeruns in one game
NOT FOR SALE/-On several occasims last winter,
will be pleased to 4 4. uA.r. n. pS Gi'w,.r: c x ttir., a number of clubs offered top trading .bait for All-Star game in recentlyhas been add
learn that ,( Boston, ed to thevast collec-
Harry Big August 1.
the Yankees:MSlston Howard, but both Yankee
,JeffJefferaonformerHampton 9 .( .' ... Cannon also said,"The tions of mementos in
44a: Tr 4y General manager Roy Hamey and team manger
I Institute and the National Baseball
Major League Players'
Ralph Houk refused all offers. Having taken
Virginia State. grid Association wants Shrine at Cooperstown,
over the team number .one catching assignment,
mentor, has been un- every player, regardless N.y.. It is expectedthat
Howard, going into the latter part of June was I .
l' animously"appointed of race,to enjoy, 'spikes,
the. Central Intercollegiate T batting a healthy .356. Howard also plays i the same rights and glove uniform and

: Athletic A: s; ?Sa: ,s impressively in the outfield and first base privileges at all nomination will laterbe
.. positions.
Association's first 4yt r -. s times."He also stated enshrined at the

commissioner. B' $ Training Camp "We feel that first- hall of fame.WJORIDA .

"Big Jeff", for many Freedom Mow class citizenship is ....
has been a diligent .. Bars the right of every
years I : LITTLE ROCK-' The Lowered .
worker for the ,player. in the major.
"Freedom Rider'a" assault ST. PEl'ERsBURGLes'stban "
advancement of leagues.
Negroes STARin
on Southern three months
in, college sports.It Sharper Scissors
segregation was joined after their front office

is expected that his 1'j $j ;rI When the scissors are dull, run EVERYCOLORED
here recentlywhen had promised to the blades. across the neck of a small
appointment will_ COLLEGE STAR SIGNS-Grambling College's Tie bottle in -:the
H. E. Wooten played around do something, it was same position as HOME
'breathe new life and Agee, 18-year old bonus batjr: outfielder,signed of golf a t announced this week though you were attempting to cut

spirit into the CIAA. the highest sum-between $60,000 and $90,000- Rebsamen Park munici- o that the Saint Louie'I
,Sr -- ever paid "a Negro athlete when he recently I
pal course. Cardinals baseball:
Royal Crown inked'a pact with the Cleveland Indians.Former I
professional, team will quarter and.
Bottling Company i'\ diamond great Hoot Evers gives -Tommie the went into :the pro shop feed all of its play :I
souvenir while Cleveland scout Mike Mc-
pen paid a dollar course era together during I Make your
( ) looks '
Nally, center on. to \ / *
fee assistant. spring training regardless E FaoereeJ
?. -ft 9-4488_ L -Ic--tc o' 1 r Macon Gee I and then took off for of race.
the course with his New Headquarters for COMFORTABLE
You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get -- --
caddy. the Cards is DoctorsMotellocated :4'W
IntegratesGolf After he had ccnplet- on Skyway : L Laj

LOW PRICESOn ed his nine-holes of Boulevard. Th e

Cows play, a city.officialapproached establishment is said rv Ss.

MACONGa.--For the Wooten and to be owned by the

Your first time in its 138 asked him to leave. Jim Walter Empire. ,

year history public % The St. Louis team
DRUG STORE NEEDS has three Negro players -
.facility was integral Negro Major ; x:; i3!
ted when the Board of ,first baseman BiH {'v

Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store Alderman voted 7-3 to Milwaukee Braves Whiteoutfielder Curt *;! Ii r : kh4LxSlYl
'/ ''$* "'* *" '
WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISED desegregate the city fs Lee Mays, of Flood,and pitcher Bob : t POWDRa: .

IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERs'WOOD'S. municipal golf course. Hank Aaron, of Gibson.voiced Outspoken against opinions au U L4 \ i'i7'K

The action came'r Felix Mantilla:, if your druiiijt cannot supply you SHAVING POWDER%CO A
a suit was filed on segregated facilities SEND M for thus MAGIC TEAM MATES Jf| |P.O.Box 3457 F3_ Savannah.c,.)
BIDE PHARMACY April 4 in behalf of St.Louis Cardinals by both White and ., I -
'Flood was believed to.,
Negro golfers seekingto Bill White, Ib
have influenced the
yes KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE: 'AVENUE open the cityowned Curt Flood, of .
Cards stand. .
Bowden course to. Julio Javier -,
PHONES EL USPJ.98 2b 782-50-127
the public without Bob Gibson '
We Dative -.We Also FBI AH Doctor Pracrtptfoai p 39-74-69
__regard__ __ to. race. 1r '

PHONE. BILLS AT OUR,.STORE Watchout--' Ruskylp. 8 3 rlL 8 3 i No wonder

r xfi Watch This Flown the JEll lgnii h I

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.. ATnOMMUBEl' "'...._j y TO RUSSIA/ -Frank (Rocket) Buidnev world's Jacksonville 1, Fla.

,. record 100-yard dash champion,(QQ9.2)vW. be N_ ocnuiB uea wt MLOX HIIIH WKM OOTUU nut wxa M rwor.Saturdar .

', couae; a __.r of the Yanks track. and field team CC1D811 Dn CII to.ULUdtl.1.1PU1ODCt ,

.. !- t:," which will engage in a series of events with Street
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