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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:
August 5, 1961
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )


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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Material Information

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:
August 5, 1961
Publication Date:


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


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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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TeachcrsMay Seek Action Jax Woman Is Found GuiltyOf

$$1 From :Local Professional' BodyNegro Illegal Dental Practice.

I Local school teachers are expressing dissatisfaction A Jacksonville woman pleaded guilty in Criminal C cart, ,
; iTTT ,:over the what they call the "bias and discriminatory" :.Tuesday,August 2, 'on charges of practicing dentistry I
: TI I:'manner in which the daily Florida Times' Union reported ,without a license and now await; the sentence of the court II
I I.transfers f and promotions.of'Negro ,and white teachefsV: 1 which is to be given. August 15. I

In :reporting the School the second ..
.... Jim' Williams for time in -- -
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: > : :. :, < Board's announcement cf four years, Emma'Melt n's' White
J .,: Times Union ,desi atedtea Gets 4 Monthstwoyear talents ,have thrown her ,in

-. -, white female 'teacher a s A LbrjLberr case the ,public courts of Jacksonville '
"Miss' 9or. '"Mrs.'" butk'veryjib : 'endue in Crimiasl'Cburt, Mrs. Melton isa File 'Appeal
27. when dentist and
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tic ab1i dropped thCJ Barnes 11"iliama. Former good .one, but she does
INCLUDED among the 28 patrolmen who set a new record high, aggregate tl tIe infreferring to White Onvtl
J clasa score J.n.the history of the Jax Police Acadeny which graduated: Negro.. teachers. beputy Constable received ;' : County parents
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its class,.f"last creek. were Patrolmen Henry Edwards r (left), Carlice'Ko-_ ,Below r is a photo repro- ., : : j, defendants in suit seeking

..,.Clendon. Edward_ Taylor. Wilbur Wiggins and Marvin Yo 8graduation' .- D ,iurjtiLE......r duction";.o! the portion of -mac ; .'C ; a -
: Integration of thecounty's
'exercises-'Police Chief Luther :Reynoldsincfigr&tilatins" boa d t 'II11C 7 : .
w ww wju* fc ** y r* public schools,
the class over its attainment of a new academic course recpr ,. also }1 r one'of t _
The suI t8
many | :bthe 1ed't6elr'csse'Friday.
cautioned them that while they represent' the law, they are"also which the ''T -, U '" levels -x.: July Z8'ttn' 11""t.. _

servants of' the law. at its Negro readers every ,',:.." Df Appeals for the Fifth

(FLORIDA STAR PHOTO) day... t ".: Circuit.

MLs* JuiniU ,Kearee from ). 'l During a hearing July 5

I r.Physicians' Urge CommissionTo Jury Asks ; ..teacher acting principal at Rutherford at Anaie,School Beinun.to 4- j before Uo s. District Court*

'Mrs. Pr&nk"Spr from Judge Bryan Simpson The
Restore Operaf/ng'' Func/t Death Penalty teacher 'S utMde,Grammar- to ', 4 white parents were denied

acting principal at Est Jacksonvffle _... I
Elementary. She replaces # .N' p.. r--,., ___' _. permission to intervene in.
ACUTE NURSING SHORTACS"CITED.Recent ,IN RAPE CASE Miss Grace Glldwdl who retired. II )I''" i l 'MRS. EMM 'MELTQJT: the case Instituted by the

Carolyn Miner] from dean it JA1CS1ILLIAMS aol have. _a, license. Jax NAACP for parents of
action tor the Duval County Budget Commission which Deliberating for three Douglas Anderson School to dean'at -I
resulted in the proposed 'i1t bbdia6: operating hours Circuit Court Jury Isaiah Blocker School. a four months term in She is along with twowhite Negro school. children here.
I from Brewster-Duval School of Nursing, cane in for this week called for the MOTH Up I* De* county Jail on a misdemeanor men was arrested in At that time the court
criticism Tuesday night when the Dnval County fun9dS' r Iris Knox from teacher. and
verdict charge of bribery .
ciety :officially dfplored the Commission*s move. ._ death penalty in a counselor at Dougta Anderson to March, after a near three I upheld the opinion of NAACP
mission vote unan: T moos J I returned'- _against a SOrJearolil dean at that school. Williams, 49, former out- months investigation by Atty._ Earl U. Johnson who
The medical society ,w to cut-off funds.the school's *' Sanford man charged A member..9f..1the ,Duval fielder with the New York County Solicitor 'Edward stated that the ease issue

resolution made public, urged operating However, it was reportedthat with the rape of a three County Teachers Ass aciationsaid : Black Yankees, reportedlywas Booth office during.which had been previously raisedin

the Budget Commissionto since there was a $9 5J year old girl. : It t involved in the shakedown time she 'alledgedlr pre-
reconsider the wiping 000 carryover in operating State Atty. William .A. '."This is a matter for the:l oft.a:'burglary suspect, pared false teeth for an other federal courts,

out of county funds needed, funds on hand. 'lbe school Hallowes, prosecutor, pre- DCTA to look into. I think l Freddie Patten, when he wasapprehended employee cf: the' city undercover.dept. later taken to federal
who ,working
to help operate the'.Negro! will graduate its present sented testimony' showing our group should urge its I .. Investigators was disclosedthat appellate courts and in
nursing school. students. It is also reported that Adolphus: Brooks .t members .and..the entire Negro The former officer stoodto Mrs gelton' ftiIit at-' each instance, such pleasto

In part, the resolution that new students 'Tis'itinghere' : from Sanford, Comity stop supporting receive 10 years if the ing 'as a technician in conjunction Intervene has been de-

which according to Dr.- A. applying for fall enroll r&pea" the child in, itsgrandmother' 1 a newspaper: which 1 n- conviction had been with Seth Pickett, nied.

C. Williams, chairman of ment at the ,school have s home,April suits-'ustenti- with its brought back as a felony ".
57, and, Clayton Lefl r,
I J Attorneys for the petitioners -
the society's, board, was been turned away. twentyninth.It segregated pag'e news. for But Court Judge A. Lloyd 45. The investigation 4
adopted unanimously, reads; There is strong possibility also colored people. That star Layton had granted a defense stemmed from complaints : have contended that
"Be it resolved that the that the State Beard was disclosed! that edition does Negroes more I 'potion 'for a new from bona fide mom er,"ot the white school childrenof

Duval County Medical Society of Health may rescue the the child's angered aunt harm than good. The better _trial on'the'grounds that the dental had been profession.She arrested. in the county would be

urge the ,Duval County nursing school from its fired pistol, at Br ccks things that ,Negroes are do-1 the Florida Supreme Court 1958 on a s'miIar'charge affected by being forced
Boari to continuethe when he attempted to,leave stuck in the star had defined actions such
Hospital present ill eB.&. On a motion Ing are I I for which she had been into Integrated classes.
operation..of. .. thenursing from new board member, and missed him. jibwexer* edition which white citi J as those of Williams' placed on probation. .. --
school. to'aiorInalleviating '
the nursing Dr. Ashbel C. Williams,, of the women held'the pistolat zens nevef see, they only malpractice in office, rather Mini'steriaAMiance Plansdependence.
shortage. Jacksonville, the])0.:27.: instructed Br oks ,until the police see the crimes that Negro than grand larceny. .
"Be it further resolved its state health arrived. commit. It's unjust.lsndI
that the society urge and officer Dr. Wilson T. Sow- Under :Florida ,Inw, s'jury I for one am-cutting. off On July 31, 1959, Williams Mass MeetingThe
s failure to recommend I and this time reputedly :accepted $200 froi I
endorse the use of both tax der to investigate that my paper., I the '
calls Interdenominational Alliance, known as
funds and extra moneys inthe school's problems and determine mercy automatically i its "for. gooaTerms./ I Freddie Patten on the .corner J. B. P. Williams. prelddit, is spon-
the for the Judge to sentence .
amount repeated by whether the board I t of Beaver and Jefferson
hospital, board! of the Budget can muster funds to con- defendant to the Jelectric,,I Patten had borrowed the scring its second mass, indepen&ace drive, Tuesday,

Commission in crder to tinue the institution. chair.> 'umess a --defense Given r money from an employer,Rey August 8, at. a. P. IL at tie New Bethel *** Church.

.secure funds for the proper No:action,can-be taken until attorney can shot" grounds I ZZong : r Leite who called the County Bey. FrankJOttas t ; .hQrt.pad.tcrRer. power to The' enhance goal is this 10000.meet-
.aintenance and expansion the next board meeting for a new trial.- Goihesvffle n j jGADfflSVILLE Solicitor's office to, report I D. .B:" Barnes, staff .. It is a case of dire emer-
Judge Iii nlaa H. Maness
of this school. 1. the matter.
scheduled for Sept. 17. I writer of t'haf gency.
Interest concerning the Preaeat..enrolla At in the has ,given the defense 15 : Patten was given marked Alliance Whether you are directlyor
days: to, file for, a new 1 Prison sentences [: payoff f stated that the purpose of ijndirectly connected
matter by the medical society school is 35 students of bills fa' the When with the Big Chain77 snot
which will, trial motion No sentence of 35 and.25 years the meeting was to raise
seven graduate j Williams received the this
was manifested by the ,, 'i money of importance in
of in Sept. 3. There are 18 se- has been set pending filing respectively were given he allegedly went to Judge I funds td appeal the Court's instance: the amount given
acute shortage '
ofNAACP the.RR t f on 'I' Tuesday_ to four local where decison regarding the closing is what
this area, William! said. :: coed,year students and 10 men Sarah Bryan's office of the city' golf to freedom 'couaLe
Michael Wood executive freshmen taking the three wse ,robbed and ,beat an '85-* he was arrested. ,courses and swimming pools. Every ,dpllsrien toward
director of Duval Medical : ,
Williaw admitted that he Rev. H. H. Robinson,
year old women last Dec. : resident this' effort will hat
Center, who was a guest at ; mean
year course. : ,SHIe .if the Baptist
had the mo&ey from another quailfled'boy or
thietJI meeting, recently ::i,i Tuition per school yeah: is \ Appearingbefore .Circuit -.1:j[Patten and said he was go1 surrounding Brotherhood of Duval and girl will advance a little
t ; counties. Rev.
made an appearance $300 for each st&deat.. his Picket Jcdfe YeorgeVPattes, 1 ing to help dispose of the higher.
0< ,Baa Wardlaw?27.aadt; .ny. Lee A. .J; Daley president of Every church in the diocese -
before the Gadget Commission i'i.i includes food, lodging and 'It- Coats,, ?5l, 'eeelTH' 35- pending caseriajiims't.:Pat- : Alias will make a report on
Ministerial -
I to seek a larger appropriation ebol n 1iee. It is thecomity's ,TA.n. Aa a..e.1 to '' J" )-prisongem liB4Ja asdeha ten He was going to See the. AM2 and Dr J. P. ?._ this night. Bev Barnes
for operation ,
,4 i 3I. .es te declared that six o's witha
; only t az-**"? rt l the State Supreme Crt : the complainants of the Williams President of the
of the nursing school. !I school of Barsiag.Victim ", I _ter, 25. were; ea tree + Imterdenominatipnal Alliance one could mona a million:
Dee din8 cue.aa d askljL.t&Sl
While. there Wood read a seeking rewsAl of a court 25.year ,rms. entire '
: : .. I wasted say part of the are .call1.nK'the: ; six os without one aid'stilbe
letter to'tke Budget CotmlMiefters :, :Svrvi VM, rnliag premiBiti&c >>Ie- Teets :' revwiled, that :i i f200 he had"oaken fre Pat- city to the rescue of our : zero.Brinllnl'the.

from chairman TAlPA--lt..le.r. Turner tinge' a St. FettrsMrfstore I .e.feer mem broke into:the t tea not to;appear afls. tprosecatlin children and their chil principal
the beard Clareace King .Jr, w**'f filfrd .br !& of 85year old Mrs., r dren's children that, they
24-y *r all native Were 'JdJt. on this occassion
jfeiek_ stated that theM the fAllestlae't-.Dec. 2d in message
tL Br.. er-Duval School of who_ 'was- shst li -the Tie'ral1..WU kVmded Aro er.,,,beat .ker.:'" robbed The of;Will may_'have C t1:=.IilrJOl Car will be Dr. J. T. McMillan,
tH nett., t.l'itH., t- was termed one of ;the cl
aesat of
titbest's cI11J.la: Pin l"_ ) c pastor Grant Memorial
the bop left
mad ford ,
Narilng, stoaokt
< c t Oomrta :cJHIWt8r ..t,..... in tie awls: flies haTe become m usautem :AKS Church of this city. .
.f itiotoeild met d & deW a.i gilt, wee 1*' favor of leM's City T om* 'loci t.eMrt.i b to te 1 1V + All fraternal crganiifttions '
fee emoted at ''abtdftt $1...001 liaW .i*"fair t.4itie.. wftloh, looal;Matmi' p1et-- r 1ZF'" :I .. .1Ib r4 roct. civic clubs social .
< ed Iwt,DeeimJer 'ltno-. '" I clubs, civic leagues 'Dad's
Mftl.PellMimf : .
it_ 'ee irawoelBeds;, .e.- teet agaia.t.re .. :.-. 1Rt'vel7 Clubs, 'etc. are asked to
Itmgtmy ,dii- : : WIIf1tM' .,.. -. ,. "T- war o "'I: 1
$itet. seerr I' da'y. -)'"; .suit .iM'-. u,.r9 F'rrT ..... I' ._'.' :, -4. ': :'1- : .;ft "- ty: will do all that8 niM" .W!\support this effort.
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?la 'Ffcrfctotl I'.eo;. With adoption or rules, and .re.gnlatiens under. which it

Pi11Menter. Of ..HeftfMC Prue" -.. : -t will operate,, the President's 'Committee on Equal r Employment *
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week moved
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| ,o.ALYSON. SI.llirtOtl.........:..... ............. ._.....N.N. It I'll' **** Opportunity
:IV .'.. .........H...-..".............NN'.. lelter operation of 'its antidiscrimination. program.

'HI.DA- ..wO I f.NMI.N..wIINNN',.............,. .N...1111N.,... ,.....,-..ai...I",,,,,,'MeM..r. t -;r- 11I. Following the second I ro.tarL'Goldberl emphasized -

meeting of they Committee! that the rules

.&f.. I. ._..." in mid-July. Secretary' of require that definite
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"2323 .. Labor Arthur Goldberg, action be taken on. complaints -
....*A.,e* : I.. Ta 14Yl' vice chairman of the Com- and that .complainants -

P. O.. sex 56t, JedkerMN.. 1, llor4de mittee which is headedby be advised of

__a Vice President Lyndon. the findings.In .

SUBSCRIPTION RATES-.-...-f:: :Johnson, reported that other action.., the
One.Year, ".00; .H.tt..V.*", _
Mailed To You Anywhere In:The UiiHod Statte the Committee has-re- Committee: '
send Cheek or HflMy: Order To Committeehas Authorized subcornmittee' -
IUMriptlon Parable. i a AdVance. : ported that the
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,.FLORIDA A ITAR-P. Jia received 190 complaints -. to expand
of discrimination 'Plans for Progress *
under which nine
s.rYIJO a because of race, creed.t.color program
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1. ay and County : r
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or national originovernmef't of the largest government
Rood Pafrotaion"
', 2. Ntgro in i contractwork .contractors have Voluntarily
3. Nojro PI.-n A k w
4. Main Nofro Police .Officers and.,359 'complaintsin pledged intensive

5:. Mere Squeal Cert ;Or.Negro. PeHcemcftNational ', government employml at. rnjcit opportunity without

-' With completion of the regard to race, creed, i,

"::1 rules and regulations color or national origin;
Foundations Pleads ,> "
processing of these complaints Reported substantial
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_s will be speededup progress in launching a

for Immediate Vaccinations fL he explained.To program to eliminate discrimination

.. .. date 33 complaints in in government:

When controversy leads to public enlightenment, r .- contract employment. have Approved a compliance

we' re .all for it. But there aYe times when controversy been adjusted satisfactorily 'form which, government r

results in public, confusion, with 'disc ., and four have contractors will be required -
astrous results. Thin is particularly true when c -- -
been dismissed on groundsof to file period-

experts clash on technical points that cannotbe no discrimination. In ically.
graspedquickly by those' of us without :A FIRM. STAND. :Et THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ON'CIVIL"RIQTTS.' ,- CAN- HAKE, THEM LESS DESIRABLE* government; employment,. Secretary' Goldberg described -
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scientific background.We f 16 of, the complaintshave the rules and

fervently' ho'pe the recent controversy over -- ,. .. .. ., -- -, been settled regulations of the Committee _

the relative merits of polio vaccines will not Under the newlyadoptedrules as being "practical -

discourage parents from'seelng'. that (their. Your Weekly o. and regulations, rules that people can

families liien'a-ful1 series of Salk shots contracting agencies will operate under readily"

immediately. This is the critical time of year '. have 30 days in'which to and that they are designed -

when the un'-protected are most exposed to the : : Horoscope Quid investigate and reporton to 'encourage

polio attack.. The Salk vaccine is available now .' : complaints, a pro- voluntary compliance i toprovide
It is more than '90 per cent effective in pre Ir PABLO, Th ASTROLOGER cedure expectedto speedup due process, and

venting paralytic polio. Those. who have not been DAYS' action on all cases. to see to it that pro-
Taocinated are gambling against the possibilityof and long-range effortsto gress is made. in a fair, -

b'eing crippled for. life through their own .: IUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL i- provide equal employ.letters .- and reasonable tnanqer. "

negligence. "
not the Sabin live-virus vaccine isa ",- -- ..
Whether or on CAPRICORNBorn -----
,ARES'' about.your coming'out'
better vaccine than Dr. Salk'jj is a matter for Dee. 22 thru Jan. 19
; 13 .
.Bora.March. 21-thru April top (22nd-23rd)
scientists and physicians :to cfecide--'later. The ,
National Foundation, which. financed all the research .The period from the 17th If people in. general all

leading to both, vaccines with funds contributed thru 19th could turn out 6-80-55-14-95-685'. lived up to the very high
to the March of Dimes, gives the only to. be the' most'prec rious Born-Aug. '24 thru Sepl23 standards AQuarians often the.Editor.

sound advice which parents can follow. It point 'of the,month. 'You ,could 'to I establish, they would be ...
do no better than to dis- Try- to determine exactly ....
out that, since no live-virus vaccine has yet demigods instead of mere .. '
what you should do to restore : been- licensed for distribution, since you can- cover where a safe haven mortals. Keep these factors -

not get live-virus vaccine' from your physician. may be.found', _"-0_. .Take the (1:7th serenity: f9tbj,in .your 6ou in mind to prevent of Duval p such write up as appearedin '
mind The ministers
"season" will be proper steps to insure developments, that could
and since the present polio rerease the Times-Union April
should' ;
s-ara- ..., and Contiguous
the .
safety ot.ioun be mutually disturbing,
licensing dis
over before, mass production and .; desire 17, until after the ,president -
t ri U t 10D-Q.t-ths..1.'....._.....----..............::;- VJ.u 1;'!'" uu-personal or* mutual I "'along to with'growing get back 1i"har-: to say the .least;' from have suffered many undue of our Inter-
" tDere 1s only one course of action for conscientious resources."Don t expose the 17th thru 19th. New false accusations.

parents to pursue.- Get your family ,yourself too much to .the ; ness- from the 20th ,on. .opportunities are immedi- Whether this has been denominational Allianceand
The 22nd-23rd are the two another official of
started on a full series of Salk shots TODAY. sun .as it can have dele- ate possibilities, mainly I intentionally or unintentionally -

Millions of pre-school children and young terious effects on. Arian days when you can reason because your personal. ,' we know the Alliance, 'Rev. .

adults are still without protection. These are in particular Light with associates,' or competitors stock is.high (22nd-23rd) not, but the fact remains D. B. Barnes" met with

the ale' sroups most open to atta t. and refreshing diets and arrive at the samethe, things said the management of the

Don't let 'technical controversy ,,-confuse. you- should be stressed. '. arrangements that would 0- 6-18-98-536 about us that sought to i 21st and lioncrief storeto
', discuss s one rumors
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Vaccinate NOW. be mutually agreeable.. 'destroy our integrity are
3-10-09-1.7-81-319 AQUARIUS'Born about the firing of some
\ At tine
: : erroneous. no
Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18'
.TAURUS of the help this was
.. : 3-90-77-16-47-397
Bias' hare any of the Bombers
Hidden : '
Costs .Born APrlt.2tt thru-May'20 .LIBRA There are so many disturbing of the official rosterof done. In response to the
'" All that has been written Born oct employees who want no
Stpi 24 thru 23 configurations the ministers of this
Are Outlined to cover the first banding together interference by outsiders
said to thatwe
ee..eDETROIT two quarters of the monthis Your hopes. ,are so apt to that you woyld city anyone we consider ourselves as
,as ministers, are now,
pertinent for this verge on the_ fantastic,. inside.rs because it is
Mich.Arthur L. Johnson executive be well advided to put
or ever have been, or
,period, perhaps doublyso that it may take ,a rude our money and the members
secretary, of the local NAACP chapterthis week off all tasks that presen ever will be satisfiedwith
just stay out of /fail: to get you back on of our congregations who
risk from
outlined some of the "hidden costs in racial the slightest anything less than
trouble, in any way that solide ground <,You should keep with a job.
segregation" to a group of business men.Employment from the 17th thru 19th. first-c ass citizenship. yon
may apply to you, from oof: allow, yourself to bedazzled ; Without our support
: NAACP surveys show that it will The possibility of closing Anyone-.disguised. a sa. you

take Negroes "138 years,or until tyhe ear '2094 the 17th thru 19th.-:. b'y promises or ranks with willing- minister making any such would be out of work.
Marriage may also be In other attractive lures collaborators Rememberyon are working
to secure equal participation" in the skilled improves statement to any official -
prospect for some of you, from tea' nth thru 19th. in an area that is
trades and crafts, unless the situation is considerably from the of the city or any
and this often is anotherway Outwit those who may be Pit Negro. The
drastically changed. 21 thru 23rd. o. else is prevaricating
of, winning a place in trying to profit at year Florida Law mentioned
Buying PowersThe median wage for the Negro is and, in our book, is a

still about |2',6S2 a year, as against $4,569 society. .. expense tactics by turning their 2-50-33-16-67-253 wolf in sheep's clothing. here in the city has

for the white worker. own against them been ruled unconstitu-
9-70-33-19-28-973" PISCES In answer to an article
(23rd, ). Keep the family. tional. We fo on recordas
60 America's
Housingt per cent of nonwhite GEMINI ties intact. Born, Feb. 19 thru Muck .30 appearing in the Florida

citizens (95 per cent ,of whom are Negroes)live- Born Kir.21_ Ihru June 21 I Present conditions may n Times-Union, July 17. bitterly opposing

in substandard housing.Eduoationt prove to be 'most difficult 1961 from the personelland separate rest rooms in

The federal .government has spent Start out this period by 5-40-22-18-72-342 SCORPIO and uncertain from employees of the Daylight public places. Ie regret ,
well evaluating the conditionsas very much to have to respond -
300 million dollars for school construction
over Iota Oct. 24 l&ix Nov. 22 the 17th thru 19th. Do Grocery Company:
during the past 10 yearsin southern they are, and not as to this open letter
It could tatyonr. intuition not leave your precious This ,is only a continua-
states although lees than. one-third of their ,.ou,wish them to be. Toq and powers- of per- belongings unguarded, and tion of: aiscons ruedstate..nt. in this form, but we hare

schools are desegregated. should arrive at your no other alternative but
ception to unscramble the make it your' particular that the
The pupil is roughly lOab by the 22nd-23rd, to let the general public
average expenditure
per jigsaw puzzle that inay task to maintain complete authorized ministers of
$191 for whites and $155 for if managed to know where we stand on
Negroes.The you have comprise the 17th 'thru harmony in your key our group know nothing
NAACP official concluded with an estimate maintain a solid Irip'on this ill sue of segrega
Since saw no
19th. Once you. fee, firmly associations, Be particularly about. we

by Elmo Roper and Associates placing the overall :.'. yourself- .. I.. heretofore.' ; ia the. '.e' ddhe,-'i9'r may suspicious of tion. .

material and dollar cost, of segregation and Z-80. =22164829rCANCER. promote the more social strangers who-- Bay try to
discrimination in America e.t0 billion dollars lfi. .
aspects of'yiur themselves
*; ingratiate as c3ET2
annually .>.> Jttae Si ftra J.&r. 4-20-66-15-41-438 there are indicationsthat ?
All.that has been said -

heretofore'retarding, .' the ..lAGITTAlilUSMm Ken'H.ti Iru tC.'Jl far from their salable motives tou are FAMILY DOCTORS NEEDED '

ran opicsf protection of moasy and. M MI
& "so .n'I .
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property hoi da true, 1m.ye.
fyiaVaad deceptive influftces easier about your oeiBgproepects
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: 1 Talbot Island.Bus leaves
{ f QUESTION for
Washington B. C. Attorney from home of the-pres What new fashion college constitutes gals:

I f William D. Martin Sr ., ldenti6U Blue at 9 a.a your perfect wardrobe favorite?

Grand Marshal of the Golden. 8th and Myrtle Avenue ANSWER: knitted fully fashioned
sheath, or a 3-piece suit of
Anniversary Grand Conclave at .9:30 a.a Friends and TYCORA yamGlamorize

of Omega Pal Phi Fraternity the general public are

Inc., scheduled for inrited.

August 13-18, 1981. an- --------- -

nooncedi. today that the AUG. '19RoyalChristian Palo '' Your Next Party

'prograa is framed_ to meet Club to Little
With Claw
a Spartimg,
ii S the needs and desires of Talbot Island. Bus leaves

the whole family. The Lee and Fifth Streets: at ICE rT t

.social program will include -. 8:30 a.a. and Cleveland PUNCHBOWL

: : '.frog Jjabj sitting, for Rd. at 9:30 a... Ticketsmay a.

; :z infants, to teenage swim be obtained. from "
[parties 'and record hops to krs. Uary Dixon 1536 ., .
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.. five ;dances with. famous- Johnson St. Special ,
bands, and a boat ride for fares for children. tJ
adults. -\ .

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x. .I' and visit-- Bo.ard.Dnl- t Bottling Company ,.- ...,,;' I \,.

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birthplace cf
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Omega Psl Phi. ere Mlutifutly$ different*-
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ANNUAL OBSERVANCE An entertaining program foil awed by a coeial interlude highlighted the Tenth,Anni-' britlon ttctptioM They art obtainable! with

'Tersary Tea of the Lapulperia Social Saving Club Sunday, July 23 from 4-6 p. m., in the YWCA. Mrs. Mary Alice ; ftowtra freztn' 'in.fruit Thart 6r other to no decorations fuu er

Cook ,featured the program as_ principal speaker and was introduced by Mrs. 'L. M. Wright. Mrs. slaves -Jackson Y COMMERCIAL" WKOOIN.. ADVKMTIBI Hot [. your bother.ice punch Cur service bowl' wlll.b U COI''I dativmd let..

president of the Chat and Sew Club, was one of the many ,guests. Other program participants were;; Mrs dry./0 and Mt*uo for you. CaU toe

Louise Nelson, lira ( Ann Heard, Mrs. Rosa, Lee Johnson, Urs. Zenobia Smith, Mrs. A. .P. Douglas, Miss ,Slveda
Wright, Miss Emma Pearl Tiller, Mrs. Eaaa Jean Odum,' Mrs. Carolyn ,Cars 11, Mrs. V, Baas, Mrs. Minnie'Cook, All Seasons

Mrs. V. Kennedy, Miss Claudine Brinkley, Miss Marie Brinkley, and Mrs. M. -esbitt, president 'of'' the ,sponsor ROYAL ART STUDIO lee &. Fuel Co*

I ing group. Other officers 'and members are_ ; Mrs. Altaanese Wells-vice president. Mrs. Arlene George, secretary TELEPHONE ".'89" 5883 Norwood Art.

; Mrs. Ruth N. Tiller treasurer; Mrs. : Lassie_ Simmons, financial secretary; Mrs. Ruth Smith, .reporter;
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{ t Mrs. Mary Bryant, ,Mrs. Bertha Gelzer. Mrs. Lo uise Holland and' Mrs. Beatrice Jenkins.:0 .



,Elder HnesHolding Over 2,000 Delegates Attend .,{.,,,:

Revival Tri-lnstitute At E IV. Coi'egeAbo // + : '
y v v''Y
w .....N. T omi \ .. ; .:
Elder A. Hines is' con-
t 2,000 AME ministers, missionary 'women
ducting a tent _revival
which started Thursday and young people, attended the 32nd annual
Florida State Tri-lnstitute at Edward Waters TownFirst
night of this week .at
College which"ciosed. a two week session Friday: ','' yS/y.,.., ...!w;{ + i .lr. nom., +
45th St. and MoncriefRd. afternoon with a comnitment service. Rev. F.ESneadMt. ., a. :r.. ........,vi. ,.,....:...... .,.. ..<... k v.,::.,.. .. ..,,. +;.' .,:{,:.,Y.J.C.;!;y;+o. {):.F;:, >: i ,2
in the vicinity of. ., .
Herman AMEN Ft. Lauderdale brought y rI tt L' .....v'..:,.,,::::;.::.:.::;..:. .-
the service ,station. The !
the closing sermon .
revival will continuefor
t six.weeka.. Earlier in the ,service Director of Racial and

Services will feature Presiding Bishop Cultural R e 1 ations,

Sherman L,' Greene, National Council or-
preaching each night, and '
presented three young ChurchesNew York.Dr. ,'..
a any well-known gospel #}Y; 4
people who had 'participated Charles. ,Spivey, Nash- ,, .
singing groups will Ife {::ri7T r : ;:'t.., r#f7Yr; f'7?fg {: .. .
de- -villeEdito in-chief : rh(K
in sit-in ]>
I s;* Yr
hI1 heard nightly throughout
e monstrations.The vast religious literatureAME
the revival, sessions. :;':
audience rose to thun: ChurchDr. GeorgeA. r;, .: Z +
Elder Hines
d that whenever possible derous applause a s Sewell, Atlanta, ., .......
the bishop commended Dean Turner Theological -
special prayers willbe S3 .YfN.w
their heroism. The
Seminary; Dr. McCoy -
given for ther sickin

attendance and also Bishop also lauded RansomNashville, :..x.?riyv' E...sy.., .c zw /L{!tir' <,.fi aoRa{ r.rm jNY.Sq. :' ":0.a7+iy :. rr. .:9 .,.;.....
k.yn :
more than a score of
for shut-ins. associate Editor AM E
Persons wishing to con- ministers who are involved Christian Recorder; 4 : vl.. .I'

tact Elder Hines for in integration Dr. V.A. Edwards! ,This Quality

efforts, some oft whom kegee religious extension
special information nay P
dial Elgin 6-6113. are in court battlesin director;BishoP :::.:'..{ SeamlessNylons J'
;Zry7:: 1
respective David H. Sims,
communities and in the
WeddingBellsAPPLICATIOZTS West Africa; and Dr.

state capitol.The Hubert .Robinson, Detroit is Famous
highlight event Ebenezer AME

FOR of the Tri-lnstitute Church, candidate for Fashion
the largest in the servedon fti;
the 'episcopacy of
Sheman F. Miller, 624 S. Lincoln package
Ct., 34 and Altamesa" L. Mat church's history, was the faculty. Dr. .:: ..:....: :.
to%. 624 S. Lincoln Ct., 18. the youth commitment Harry V. Richardson,' : Including:

Robt. L Finney, Rt. 9, Box 412- service on Tuesday, Interdeno- Crease resistant drip dry,JaffeKzed ski
-C,. 17'and Geraldine Mote ,.
when 1 9 teen-agers evergfazed cotton prints Select -
Florida AV&, 16. minational Theological $100 s
from r
: ::-' r' 2' a wide variety of
,responded to the call-: patterns :+
Henry A. James 1724 W. 14th Center, Atlanta, and solid colors. h ?
St.. 27 and Bernice Toby. ,' 5525 for Christian service. was guest speaker on L: :
jSilverdale,Ave-, 25. .
Over ,600 youth knelt opening mght.Fortytwo .
Robert Wm. Wright 1416 Gol- around the alter of I A ,Msl .
fair Blvd. 51 and Julia B. Trent debutantesand "
Albany, Ga. 48. Lee Chapel rededicating masters were given. ; c\: zl= ? Mesh jr plain knit 2 9c ;

Henry Davis, Jr., 1416 E. 30th their lives to '_ certificates of meritin ; T in"the latest, most ..
f SL, 18 and Bettye R. Pough 111 service in the church. a colorful'presen 'IL. :
W. 8th 17. 4 foehlonable shades ,
o.J ,the imPressive.I I t !
Adofehus C.Frailer-1830+ Venus Among tation ceremony Tuesday *-. : _
J St. n and Mary C. Hall, 1459 list of church digni- night, in the Cen- ...f"c, values to 89* yard a' t

I 1w. 8tr'jtt.. 20. ._'' taries conducting theMinistersf tennial Gym.These annual If.on bolts,
Leroy B. Anderson 664 W.
Monroe. St., 38 and Marian E. Institutewas awards are ,givento
Howard, 2917 Willow St. 80. Dr. Oscar Lee, AME young peoplewho '"., -r'; :'" ..

are outstandingin "

church _and civic. ...

affairs :in their 'local

communities.A .

'banquet on Thursday

in honor of ministerswho
had served for

11.ayF fifty or more years Ladies' Panties
was also held in the

Centennial Gymnasium. ".
,Full cut quality rayon tricot, guaranteed 'r \ J
Those receiving gold
__ <, ':washable! elastic waist and leg. Sizes .{
award certificates+as ;

Bishop S...L. Greene, 5'56h1

k y# r Bishop David H. Slot,
; er' Dr. C.S. ,Spivey, Rev.C. < -

H. Boger, Rev.: Dan ;]< ,., t .
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R. Franks, Rev A. P. it :; I 1
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PosteH Rev E. L. ?- -- '
Her mother or her sister? ,
PinkneyD.A Russell,' p & Regular 25< fresh ";, .f .

BOTH' ENJOY YOUTHFUL. NATURA .4.OOKkQ HAIR,COLORWhetberyouwaat B. J. Carroll, V. R. : .'

Akery, G. ,H.,' Hunter,
the incitement of different
J.W. Parno L.S. Johnson
hair shade,or want to give new life to dull or ., -
gray hair...iaekt oa the longrUadBg hakcolor N. ,Z. Graham..
in the famous red package Godefroy'a .Election of officersfor
LorieuM. It's eaiy to apply and complete la, -the nth Episcopal -. OPEN IlL 9 P.M.' FRIDAY: AND MONDAY
one package-there**nothing.to buy.
District WowntsMiMiontry rn C RestaurantrOpens Dally 7:30 A.M.. .
goiV : /atomyGCiOXS Society.. "
., held ,Friday aLfternocaBithop '. COR. JAY & JULIASTS. J:. "
LA.'N.- Greene,Senior :. .
: Oodftfroy Mfg.Company.381O' olive_ St., ,.St.....,Lewi, I..Mo. bishop. o'r the AMB. )ria j ,II:: ',' l 11 1 illS J J '1\\ lJ r T -1 .- 1
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\HlftcW;: ; amA--mor' :"" : :SAtiiday. 5, 1961 !

ut .. : ---:Bt.:Pool's --Atfa Brercy Chorus Abpet&'sgfieirl: Mui aI. I I' I uiV .... :

it People .
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(I urcb.Nota

Mrs. Minnie L. Daris of 830 Bushing "Street has returned L'r r.. By L H. jpfeABKM OL
;hone after hating spent an enjoyable visit with her son! .
in Indian Head, Md. and ,rudaon, Arnett. : Counts and] a y L Yjri Ak"k ..J.tL ". Sunday School 3>gina at

f anvily-in Washington. D. C. Accompanying Jier.on the trip, ; r>1 -S '- .9:30 a.a. with T. T. Hater

were ,Pan Counts Sr. and Jr. and Rey. and Mrs. P. .111 j$ superintendent in charse

Sneed of Fort Lauderdale. i; and Miss "Dorothy Burroughs
It a
--------' ------ ... : pianist. I. K. Walker Sr.
Mrs. 'Margaret. Cook a former Jaxon, who now resides in >.) will act as director. Mr.
.;!," :
New York City, is the house guest of Mrs/ Daisy Pprdlj}, : :. Huger and his staff of Sun

of 1138 I. 10th Street. v ;!i 1 I__-':)...;"; day school t.worktfrs* will

_______:-v_______ it : :; hold their monthly meeting
Miss Angela H. Mitchell of 1528 W. 6th Street is vaca- ', -.5- !a\SS': .5 Sr S August 15 at 7:30 p.m. at

tinning in Miami and expects to return to the city Sun .{ ,, rI the church State' ant

day. She is the daughter of Mrs. Maetta Mitchell, and e ( : Laura Streets.

r atu&nt at-New 'Stanton High, School i j I 1' 9 3 ..g r cM During the 11 a.m. service -
----- --rww--rrrr
: j Rev. Franklin D.'Wilson .
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L. Johnson of Los .Angeles are guests "' y pastor, will bring

of their aunt, Mrs. Eula Livingston, and cousin, Mrs. j i 14 !l{,,, .1 y 9 _: the message supported by'
I :
Pinkie Johnson of 1619 Whitner Street. Mr. Johnson is a !I + the Senior Choir with 'C'.

former Jazon. B. Simmons at the organ.

Rev. Wilson is a strong
Mr.* and Mrs. Charlie Lennon of 2010 E. Lake Avenue, and energetic young Ban

Tampa, announce the engagement of,their daughter,Delores, whose sermons always give

to James Iatklns, the son of Mr. and Mrs, William .latkins ,- f -.. r"l 11 a spiritual lift to all
l of Tampa. Miss Lennon is attending Florida Ail University r those within hearing hisvoice.
t The Auditorium cf: St. Paul A. M. E. Church 'was the scene of a very
and Mr. latkins a student' at Bethum"Cookman Coll -geis The program depicted in song the travails, sufferings, Joys and anticipationTol"he last Negro Sunday during vening. a- .

preparing to enter th armed services. slavery which give rise to cur heritage, "the Negro spirituals." This program was presented by the AdaBracy Rev. Wilson leaves on vacation -
\ _._ _:
\\ \ ------ -- Ch onus under the direction of, Mrs. Dorothy D. Childs. Participating members from left were : Dorothy August 7. We are

Mrs. Ida ,Isom and son Johnny of 1439 Windle Street left Williams Virginia Harper, Dora Anderson:Lucille Wesley Retha Davis Henrietta Graham, Annie Ruth Powell, inviting alt members and

July 29 to visit her'.mother and family In B arts field. Ga. Modenia Cottrell, Mary L. Brown Dorothy Childs and Rev. R. J Blaine. Second row: Estelle Williams A- friends 'to come out Sun-
and friends in Atlanta. ., day 6 to hear hla
urora Benthone. Josephine Cleveland Cleo Boston
Norma D. Williams. : Back row: Charles Owens, Clarence Fel
---------rrww 'der before his departure.
Edward Pleaming, Carl Graham, Alexander Cottrell, James Garvin, William Tarver, J. T. Kelly Otis Gent -
Mrs. M. C. Christopher of 2346 York .Street and grand- Ie, Hamilton cheatham, and Andrew-Boston. Estelle On his return Rev.. Ills -
: Williams served as narrator for the musical. A. W. Bost
daughter Miss .Elaine lewis, recently.were' house guests is president of the choir. S on will begin his COB

pf her daughter Mrs. Dorice L. Lewis: 'in Miami. ._- annicant Classes September
-------------- { ... _, 11. Classes will be held

Mrs. ,Emma Watklns of 1382 W. 25th Street left by motor ,I Ji for adults members of the
Monday for Philadelphia to vacation with her daughterand I i Mt. Zion; Women MrsThomasS; First Ushers Plan'Musicale church as we HAS adults

aon-in:law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henry of 1502 West I Baptist interested in becoming

Prench St. Accompanied by Mrs. Lillie Mae Anderson of ,I :StJ Annual Day Plans Annual: Tour members. Separate daises

1355 W. 28th St. she will also visit :relatives: in AnnouncesActivitIes will be held for children

Washington Brooklyn, and New York City. I Mrs.Louise McBride is A "Trip to Musical 'and.'youth.:

------------ chairman and Mrs.Luretha Observance Land" is being Jointly The reading book far
Mrs. Wilhelmina .White has returned from Milan. Tenn. :::. Brooks, co chairman, are I Mrs. Essie Mae Th CDas BY sponsored by Usher .ouths-are priced at fifty
A where she attended the wedding of, her brother, Capt. heading the various committees has selected September 3 L QOFFIE: Boards 1,2 and 3 of West cents and the Adult Guideat

Russell White and visited friends. While visiting in I,I which are preparing .as her annual anniversarydate Lord s, _Supper will be admInistered Union Baprist Church 85 cents Each person

Chicago she was the guest 'of 'Rev. and Mrs. C. Houston I I for annuaL Women which, begins at 8130p. Sunday at 5p.m. Auguat 7 at 8 p. m. in enrolled is .'expected: to

-------------- : Day slated for Sunday with Rev.. C. B. Dailey, church auditorium. purchase reading material.
m. in Elks Home,712 E.
Friends ,of Dr. Alpha H. Moore, director of the New I Aug. 20 &tilt. Zion Duval Street.:. The queens pastor and other ainistersof Program participants for In our Communicant

Stanton High School GLee Club, will be pleased to learn I I 'Methodist Church. contest : will close at the church performing the Joint anniversary Classes we hope to find

that sheiis! recuperating nicely- at her"residence followinga The captains are : Mrs. that time. the rites Program will be ; Mrs the answer to 'Thy Are
recent illness.Mass I .Neith.' Bar tie 1 Mrs. ,Contestants are; Miss Rev c Dailey will preach Ruth Pedd, Mrs. Lucidli You"a Presbyterian?" We

during both aajor services, Lowe Mrs. Nora will have to purchase
Meeting Co/umbus/ Reid's Margaret 'Bartley, Miss Juanita James, Mrs. Cone cy Ande .- a
sella Brooks and Miss 11 a .m. and 5 P.m. Choirs film strip projector to
I Bos Mrs.
I' Cud las, of Marietta; son Callie Arvinger,
a White.Program 1 and 2 and usher Boards 1 'sake the classes more ef-
1 Program Given Rites Saturday Miss Sandra Elaine Louise Mrs.. Shirley Massey Mrs,
I chairman, Mrs. Henrietta and 2 will'serve jointlythroughout Catherine S, Baucom. fective. Mr. W. K. Harperhas
and Hiss Angeline
Funeral services for
al" D. B. Bai'nes. staff I Monltrie; deoorjatijDng; the daj. Also Choir 2 of West been appointed to ask
:1 1"1 t Jrfth..Ia tAPd__....,,, -C olumbusReldot.l.55V '-.rS-.ar-se i i a B a r 11 e y, IIcBr1de----- Sunday School begins at for contributions to complete -
.n Buren ,St' who s ""Some of the singinggroups'already Union. Choir 1-, Bethel
national Alliance, has released e'I I I and _Mrs Catherine. Deaps 9:20 a.* a. with superintendent this project.
the accidental drowning occurred slated to Baptist; -Ch )ir 1, St.
program participants co workers. Gt I Scott and I Prayer service will be

for the mass meeting during the weekend appear on ,the, 'programare teachers. in charge.Weekly Mark Baptist Usher held Wednesday "at 7:30 p.
to be held August 8, 8.15 I ,while 'fishing at New Roberts' SelectedSoctfy's ; the Sons of Prayer, J' Activities Board 2, St.'Paul AYE ''m All officers and

'P. a. at New Bethel AIIEj Berlin, will be held ', Gospel Echoes and Church ; and Usher Boars members are urged to be

,Church. Saturday afternoon- at 4 .Staff Blvins Specials.Men's The Male Chorus holds its 2, Tabernacle Baptist present. Visitors are
The main purpose of' the. p.m.' at Mt. ,C.,Camel. _,_.e' rehearsal Monday night Church. always welcome.
Leonard J. Roberts Jr. ,
program Is to raise funds Baptist Church 15QO who 'Day starting at 8 o'clock. All usher boards: in the
recently announcedhis
in the drive ro sppeal to Harrison St. Rey. C.' C.
Tuesday night's 'Prayer: city are invited, Spon
own appointment as a
the Court's the closing ofJacksonville's ,Daniel pastor a f- director of the world- August13th Services begin at 7 o' soring group s presidents 'Union Community1

golf courses ficiating.A clock. All Boy Scouts will I are ; Mrs. Sallie HamptonMrs. Announces Even
wide Christian Endeavor .
and swimming ;jjoojs v resident. this city, :Union and the Interna- I At Mt. Olive: meet at 6:30 p.a. Thursday Eliza Rich Perry, -'. ..'.,.
The program follows: Opening for the past 27 years
; .. tional Society of Christian in the church for their and Miss Florence .
selection, New BethelAME He Leaves" to mourn: 'Endeavor of America regular meeting. First Williams. Th rd, Quarterly Con-

Choir: Hymn, Rev. P. J. Mrs.' Clara E. Reid, widow; announced the tollowinlappoint.ent. ; Deacon William Hunter Baprist 'Church 1025 Jessie ference will be held on

Jones: Invocation Rev. B. Mrs. Mae Frances Dunbar to his is chairman, and Deacon Street, invites all Chris August 11-13 with Presid-

'L. Jones : Scripture, Rev. daughter ; John Reid administrative Henry'Thomas, co chairman tians to share in its ac Worship ing Elder T. E. Sheheein
staff f.
x. p. Poster: Selection._ city; Jo Nathan Reid of 'July 28.Miss of operating committees 'tivities., charge All departmental -

Sweetfield Baptist Church the U.S? Air Force and for Mt. 'Oliye Primitive reports are to be
Evelyn Presha of together
Choir: Occasaion. Rev. R. Alexander Reid of the New HopejAME Church, Baptist Church's annual \ ready for the pastor's

H. Wilson Bethel Baptist: q.$. Army. Germanysons; Men's Day observance signature on Sunday
secretary; Miss Elizabeth \
{ Introduction of Spesker. JOQ Cqley and Willie Alford, St. Paul AUE which is scheduled, for Star Advertisers week. August 6.
Rev. R. J. Blaine.. St. Paul ?',' .
Aug. 13.
Reid, brothers all of Church assistant secretary Sunday, .' -' -- -- : .
AME: Selection Grant Memorial Augusta and a host of : Rev. Isaac Gundy During the 11 a; B. "- ;'::
F-- Trio: Address, Dr. J- : x
other relatives. morning services, "
T. McMillan: Selection, lit-, Final rites and inter- I of St. Stephens AME Men's Chorus of Taber'nacle"Baptist now it's Pepsi .
; Church, conference dire "
Zion AME: Offering. Rev.J. '" eat will ; : will be
held in
S. Johnson RUT. C 'A. Augusta on Sunday: after 1 I will tor. Other be Bade appointments later featured. Be'thel.Bap, for! those who think youngToday

Weaver, Rev. S E. Pelder. '
noon. Sowe1( Funeral Home' \ tist's lIen s Chorus will
Rev. H. B. Robinson and in charge. ,. Roberts said.Robertsalso. \ be heard during evening I wire ant go as neve,.hf,,.,. We lead the full lift.

R.,. E. Johnson. stated worship which begins at =. This Is the life fD"1.si-light, bracing, cl e ae-hat/

M -- :' that his nationalhead- 6 p.. .. niliiuimuiiiinill.1 ",./-0./.. M stores, feunMns, say "Pepsi, -l'a aet r'
quarters .
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GOD CAN HEAI 'O'tl1'port Jia of the !:
in Coppin Memorial AME .
.. pro era. will be announced .a'p
If you are sick and can't get well, don't give up. Ton Church Michigan Avenue later. Friends
too can bt healed by the power of God. at 58th St.Chicago Ill. E
Too can see Rev. P. P. Johnson -- -- and the general public '. ,,. L .
at his h.alinl.c.nt.r at his home 'are cordially invited. ...<+;.:;.:- -
810 lest 18th street Apt .d&7'. I VacationingMBS. '
or night Phone HLgln 5- 057 or write I .
before coming if desire to keep I .-. :
yon i 4 i

Jacksonville'fTQm> .a tinl.Florida Rev. Johnson permanently.fiEY. wlll'be. in* f E\ Concert Sef > .i -i.: ft : :

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F. F. JOHBON : For .
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Friendship Baptist .' ., tg I ...
Church dill sponsor an : a /r '
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FAYETTEVILLE outstanding gospel con .... .

.. cert .Sunday when the .
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Under Cpwtrnctiwi S Quintet, Gospelaires and f
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.Armory> : f. r). v I

Sota men On Quty. ; VISITING relatives and with the prograa getting y- t

.1 f -:. friends in Port Arthur underway at ''8;30 p. .'. r r-a. ,
12 NOON TIt 1t'.1L Texas is Mrs. Bessie The group;will be heard '

: : '-U'rUI AYS'. Art SUNDAYS -, Turcks of 1340 West in gospel and spiritual -I '

'- .vCONSIL Seventh Street. Mrs. shich has gained the* __ +r'A ,

MORRIS Turcks, left the city widespread popularity ., .. .
+r rw r.nwr 1 .I w]V.r11..L. .Ma M
;; CO.. recently and is expected I daring rheir worldwide '

'47.i.TEGApLvD:', '. ,x -4$ to visit sitesof tours. Rev G. Curry is . .
P91 host..ut.or. -. .. ..,
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Joxon .Drowns Fountain Cha&el': 1 GoJf! :Tourn.y'Rurner.II .. ''Up'ht CLASS: IF I rf SECtiaKI 1

: Slat$ Activiti. .* "1
."; Following Fail, '. I FOR SALE 'HELP: WANTED. '

i .&ey... Prank I. Jones, s .
.. A O-J ear old Jaxon 'whoapparently pastor of Fountain Chapel 'Roll Inner Away Spring Bed and Mattress Urge High-Class in private sleep-
$20. EV 8-8489. Jobs now waiting in
Ali Church that ,
fell asleep announces N.Y. City or Long Island
while fishing from a there Pill. be :& Love : 'i for maids, housekeepersand
docked boat, slipped into -! Feast service in the FOR RENT cooks with references
the water and drowned church Friday night beginning Furnished and unfurnished Weekly salary to $50 and
t .early, Sunday-was\ identi at 8 clock Rooms. $6.00 weekly.. Call up. Write:
fledas Sunday's Activities' a J1. 3.9017.NICELY. Domestic. Box 444
Columbus 'Reid df ; ..
1559 Van Bnren Street, Sunday" 'School starts at leatbury. L.I...,_,N.t.BSHOROSCOPE _:.
:;count investigators rer' -, 9.r 30 a.m.' with the "
yealed. 8 superintendent in charge. fcr. IIiI. JM
The pastor is requestingall FURNISHED What does the future
Easy to Buy choir members to be hold for you? Send date
their. posts at 11:30 .a.m. Rooms by Day, Night, or addressed of birth"plus a self-
DRIVE Week. Rates
$1.03 to
for the morning this horoscope
worship. reading
Save $$$$$ Holy communion will be __ $2.50 per night. Singleor mation.and other Send secret to: Infor
administered after both Double. JOHNNIE'S ASTOLOGERS WIrE
710 West
services. Evening serve P. O.Bbx: 7I79U
NORTH FLORIDA I ices begin at 7:30 p.m. \. Ashley. EL. 5-4025. LOS ANGELES I I.CALIRDRNIA!

MOTOR COMPANY Tuesday night at 8 p.m.a A I .... .-....-..-
Safe Buy 0 'Gospel Feast will be .1 ttcr. La' 0
held in the church. PRiVATE DETECTIVE TRAINING
Pastors and congregationsof ..
YOUR LINCOLN MERCURY Allen Chapel News St.!,' : MElt, '
AYE. Training System 'Through Home Study in Spare Time.
,i Fountain Chapel AME Good.:Detect, ves make Excellent Salary working locally
58 Chev. *81.......$695 Churches, respectively, r all travelling EL 6-2462: Possible to Qualify without high school
.... will anytime for information or write to
56 Buick,2, DR $795 participate in .
55 Olds 4 DR.$875* *'*! joint services. C.: II. Brown, top flight runner up in the re entlY completed Seventh Annual Gateway : OFFICIAL DETECTIVE ACADEMY .
52 Merc.CPE.$295 v The event is being City Golf Tournament, is shown holding handsome trophy which .he-.= 'received after
54 Buick. 2 DR. ... $495 sponsored'd for benefitof garnering the number two spot. leroy Hunter '(in background left) made the presenta- 'P. 0. Box 3803* Cincinnati Ohio
55 Keres 4 DR. ..$495 the annual 'Men's Day tion. Gracing the festive board are: Mrs. '''Elizabeth Halews. (left), Mrs. A. P. Brown, -' '
j 53 Chrj. 4 DR. $295 program which will be Mrs. E. B. Thomas, and Mrs. A. M. Butler. --Se4 :190--
55 Pord.9 Pass I8$395 held on Sunday Aug. 13.Strand t (FLORIDA STAR PHOTO) : : Center I I'W"

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"FOR Red Snapper CMedium
WILD COUNTRY 'of Nursing announced ... BLUEFISH
4 ., -CO\M, ;-..-:f.it.gna: Wednesday that licening ALL YOUR DRUG STORE NEEDS t
wGeoPfi by
examinations for' professional Flounderu.39c
Pus.' .Action Thriller "OPERATION BOTTLENECKT) i and practical CALLMerVon's

,ROOSEVELT SUNDATT UTUISDAY. i nurses will 'be given in-, 291.Beach Whiting 35c
October.Professional. I. Pharmacy lb. Lb. I
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2735 W. Edgowood Ave
may take examinations (
Il' i I Oct.' ;3 and 4 at the Speckled. OCEANVICW

Robert Meyer Hotel and Phone TROUTLb.. 55c SPOTS \
tests for practical '' It Chic 'n Mitt Otr It* .
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M'j JOHN SAXON nurses : PO Fully Dressed
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Plus. 1st Run Hitl! "JOSSETTEO/NEW .ORLEANS. "T Applications must be ,, i.D.-; HARRIS, RPH. PROP. ... i LARGE'VIRGINIA FROM MAYPORT
SUNDAY dire THW TUESDAY filed in the board office _'. '
SU''VIE' '
V I In $800 Cash Monday xitai t. 230 W. ,..Forsyth .OPEN 8:00: AM. TO 11:00 PM: FLOUNOERw4O ib. 35-

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    .. -.. FIGsVV: 11 1Mendd 5i+anis&.Worktlap ir""ntarv School T.ach.rs:
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    ; through sixteen years attended I- > {
    V. ,. : BY-C. PA1HAM JOIDI1 i I and' participated in wa -.-L ." .. .'. .__,.'. Y .Ji.'t.. .\ 7ik

    THE. BASEBALL SEASON)HAS continued to roll along with ? ..c. .. ',,, : ."..'' ,.:."'' : : ...
    1ft fine looking crop' of youngsters who hgjre helped to the first annual Leader- ) ';; >t4r. -.' ., -- -:'"' .Iii. .t.;. --, ( 'It.rti&
    ffi.-0'. .. .,:,:,;,,:>. Y- ,: i\ Mt. ,,,
    held at Florida .
    Camp .
    ate it one of interest. At this;time the big Questionof ship :I !,;;!.;" .. .fi. .. .', --: '
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    .who will. be "Cookie of the Year" coves up. There Normal and Industrial ,:: ; ...c.. ,
    '" c; >, :} .. .. ,t .
    are so many outstanding first, yearstars interest. is Memorial College 'July, 18- \. ".. :. '.. { < ..; ....... .' -..' .'f. .
    22. The Cup was developed .'.'iI"; .'. .
    running high on candidates., .'.. ,
    what and_ sponsored by the l ; i. .
    BACH'IBAR PANS ARE ASKING on grounds is the or

    "Rookie- of the year" selected? They would ,Iiketo; Florida Association of ._ ;. ."., : .- '\"

    know if it is his all around team spirit batting, Colored Birls .Club. '. .ri. -
    fielding, running, pitching or his general ifer-' Counsellors. and.' staff _ea-... ;:... ...... 1,- .."""- .. .,-.1'f.f .- ;.". i +. _
    formances? Everything that has been done by the first hers- in charge 'were Mrs. :.. f.''!',". ., ::..i -
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    year mn hare been done well and they have made such; a LII.. ,A.llez. from" 'Vl. .. .t' .
    contribution to their teams it is going to be diff' Pierce, Mrs. V, B. Bran ',I 4:

    cult a task from this point on to actually name a son, Lakeland Mrs JDs!.trBankerion. .; } r j ....-- '-

    winner. ", i. Lakeland, Miss V

    NOW LET US. BE HUNK with each other. As an ,unofficial Iola Roua-toj. Belle Glade,. { I I. ----- '

    selector in .picking; ;:' the r.ookle of the Year, where 'SUCCESSFUL SESSION ---.Nine elementary and secondary school principal of Florida '''recentlY s pent three weeks

    would you stand on such performers as Willie Davis and : a of intensive problem solving during the, sixth annual work workshop principals and supervisors at Florida A &

    Tom_ Datifi, of the-:Los Angeles Dodgers, .Charlie James -of UNf CoffftgttGt II University. ,The seminar was directed by Dr. A. X. E. ,Teele, .professor of_ educatid. Selected problems which

    the St. Louis Cardinals, Kenneth Hunt of',the'Cincinnati' I $10,000 G&:; imnedeljeaching and learning in their particular. schools were studied. Principals in attendance were: T. T. N
    M. Caldwell, Orange Park; Samuel 0. Cohn
    Reds, Billy Williams of the Chicago, Cubs,.Joe..'Torre of, Anderson; Sarasota; Galvin H. Brown" Green Cove Springs; Mrs. Theresa '

    of the Milwaukee Braves pr .Al il\'McBean, the sensational 'New York-An initial Miami John R. Heath Oak Hill; B. A. Itorse. Cocoa; :.Curtis Randolph; Martin; and Wardell A. Baiters. Fort Myer

    young,*pitcher of the Pittsburgh Pirates? gift to the United' .. .

    .THERE :IS OtfE THING SURE, and that is,- whoever wins the Negro College Fund

    coveted honor it will bea: well deserved victory. was' was made t hi.s Radio Station Gives $5000to

    There are other:.rookies who must not be counted out. week by the Max C. Cong Bennett rOW. /. Beach

    Just keep up with the batting averages, pitching performances Fleischmann Foundation "' '
    Wade In NAACP Legal Fund
    fielding records. base running and thegeneral ,of' Nevada, according Holds Record .
    all around playing of-all rookies and see, H. Helm
    NEW YORK The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational
    whether you can come up with an answer. board chairman the in
    ANOTHER tINTERE TING THING to watch this year-is the Chemical Bank, New York .r. .200-Negroes' 'wadeonts' Fund was the recipient a $5,000 con-
    r 'Iade-i.DI and tribution
    from local radio station WKCA
    .playing of recruits various schools ,and .
    new from the Trust. Co., and member without incidentat -- -
    colleges. Many of the young college stars go in pro- i Tnurgood Marshall, .
    Fund'sFoundationS beach
    of College public
    a popular Director-Counsel f Legal Defense Fund is
    football with the idea of running off with all honors : o
    Gifts Ccs> t
    here Sunday* police re- the the becoming increasinglymore
    which is the dream of all new men. Well, in many cases to- t fundreceived
    mittee. The grant, ported. check from WMCA Pres- expensive, and
    they do. There were such,players just out of collegeas !
    the current oPerating the
    aid at
    ; The .group was ident R. ,Peter Strausin certainly more impor-
    .Big Jim Brown, "Tank" Younger. Rick Casares,
    of Las'Olas
    expenses: intersection the radio station tant than ever."
    Willie Galimore, Bobby Mitchell John Samples, Lenny colleges
    Funds 32 member aDd Atlantic 'Boulev rd offices at 415 Madison
    Flea, Roosevelt Grier,,j oosevel Brown; Eddie LeBaron, was in ,the for about two" .and. one Avenue. V

    Ollie Matson, Sam Baugh, Gene' Brito, Marion Motley, amount of $10,000.Gainesville I half hours, "the' report: Straus explained,that FNI Sets

    William VTJil.oT Bill" McClung, Clarence Peaks, Lenny a stated. Y

    Moore and soD d others. there; are first year then who the money was originally Fall Slate/
    are capable of setting the. National Football League on .... provided a

    fire.. It has been done' and It can be done again. j; Man Saves' Four I Duncan Geft.fteeves' ,: reward fbr information The faculty planning
    leading to the arrest
    GRAMBLING COLLEGE OP LOUISIANA .is not 'classed as one Institute at Florida
    9 GAINESVILLE nick think- and conviction
    of the larger :institutions that can be placed in size .. Post Noraal and Industrial
    ing .on ,the part of a local' of individuals who
    along with Florida A&M. Southern Prairie View, Maryland Memorial College will
    father, plus the aid of an participated in the
    State, Virginia_' Union, Kentucky State; A&T and others;, 'c. E. BENNETT take .place September 5-8-
    unidentified friend,.resulted lynching of Mack
    ...No Absenteeism F reshnan
    but Grambling is practically in class by itself in Orientation will
    in the rescueof the:, ;" Charles Parker in Po-
    sending its athletes to the play ,for pay boys.TH&BIG be conducted September
    man's wife and four snail .' plarsville Miae. on-
    WASHINSTON-Florida ,
    + LEA'QUE'AND-BIO PRO SCOUTS continue to find 7-10; General registration -
    children from fire which: April 25 1959.
    something of what they want at Grambling. One of the Second Congressional will be held on
    feiK*> the life of ) tWe are always grateful
    .ost famous to ever -play at, Grambling is 'Big Tank one District can feel .September, and Classes
    fire-year old child Monday,' for contributionsof *
    Younger. .Th y.have several .other students playing in justifiably proud of1 will begin on September
    The Alachua sherlf(' s, the attendance record this type," Marshall -
    pro ranks, and'this year tbay.will lose such stars as 12, 1961.
    office said that Albert ccmmented.''With
    of Charles E.
    Rooaeve.lt Taylor, Leon Conway, Don Stephens.;, Preston Rep. .neW FLORIDA STAR
    Watson Jrrs mother had] Bennett. challenges seg-
    Powell and Ernest Ladd. Ladd is the big ,fellow 'who -
    just walked /-outside her] regated institutions
    weighs 296 pounds and stands 6 feet 9 inches.. Ladd. Cong.Bennett'was: recently IN EVERY
    apartaent. to 3go. next door occurring almost dai-
    notified by the
    will play with .S DtegO Chargers of the .American. t V
    when a kerosene took\ store : Library of Congress ly, the work of the. COLORED HOME
    League. ___
    exploded and set the room | that he has established
    FLORIDA A&M CHALLANGES the record of Grambling in.landing -
    on .fire. Albert. Jr.. aged 5 j a, record 'of K'. ti 1r" J
    athletes in the big-time games. Florida names -
    was trapped in bed. Bis:; roll WHEN YOU ABE ILL
    lfback missing no call 1
    h Clarence Childs, Lewis Johnson, LfuHbac.k'f I, JakeBradley k.F'Cdi
    brother You Seek Tke Bert Doctor:
    Vernon, 6, was votes for ten
    Harold Scott,. Al'Frazier halfback: Willie Galimore years What You Doctor PrtecrfbM
    spending the ''night with
    in succession He
    halfback; ,Wflire7 Taylor, center; Willie _Lee I his, Iranda ther. : was.alsoadvised Got Experlascad P&ajrmicitti
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    tackle; Riley, Morris, tackle William Barber, .end WillieMcclung. that no To Fill Your Preter&ioM .
    It has been announced that Big Jake Bradley, Eugene Bale Sr., who lived 'member of congress y According To Yonr* Doctor**

    has been released by the, Cardinals These are times with his iamb 17 in a*rear has this record. ]pIR4 T. Wq .. : .,... Orders. W. TJftt Only' .
    : apartment dropped his four .. >:; <' : The ,Boat Drv At
    that tries. rookies. .,_ souls. Several rookies, are being According to the local -' '''' :" Quilily Bi.
    ;,and wife into the Dr. C.- E. BUokProprioior
    cut from the various squads as' the teams get ready for Representative JOHN B. DUNCAN

    'lerious business. ares of an unidentified ,the last time, that he ...Selected'bj JFK .
    friend soae 14K feet below. missed voting occurred 3 REGISTERED
    PHOTOGRAPHS FOR Hale also leaped to safety. during a week-end in WASHINGTONAt'ter a ,

    ,... Bale's.._ other. three_. ; _children 1951 when he"had been reported thorough investigation -' DRUGSTORE1907

    EVERY OCCASION. werT"also spending the" assured that there by the _

    .- night with their grand-- would be no votes FBIJohn B.Duncan,51; Kings :Road ELffcm $..,.

    Export P1&o Pkt' Bother. Fire daaage to However,there did oc- District of Columbia -. A COMPLETE LINE OPt
    Portrait Woddlng R Bale*"*' apartaent waa estimated ..cur avote on a small Recorder of Deed8vas eo.ae.'Ja Rabbr/ Goods c- I __ I _
    PftMporli & IdoatiUcttlem,- ''''' PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND
    $3,500 and about. 'District Columbia
    Photostats & Ccsmordil Work- of: chosen by President
    Photo For Nowgptpo Cmte "$150 daaage to the poolrooa bill. Kennedy last week as

    mile You Walt Von the first floor. oneof the city's ;I ,

    Coloring & Picture FraadagLot threeman Board of ..

    Us Tab A Photo Of YoIn CoBBdssicners.Preriotaly 1'V V V '. .,

    _\ nominated .
    -.R... .. .. y Natural Color Frank Renee withdrew .7' -

    J.'AVfilYAVEBY9S after income tax difficulties :
    PHOTO STUDIO. were revealed ,
    n ,
    16711 KING rWKOTPJumo. 10, arc Ll iRi w. and suggested Duncan .Y.
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    : Tuesday announced arrest /

    of a 44 year old S

    white man and charged a.

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    fie FOB BUD01K8 8CII !ISTS In today eleBtfitary schools three small H.gro'girls. ;

    only the latest teaching_ Mtaod are alt_isiet.. Farticipants .

    ia Buptot Iwtitate three weekkfiace'wvrkshfor _
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    JUewataq geiool' "Ttaekers, laelMiaV-MiBs .MiaaUH. his
    BLEACHESFASHIONED" jail following
    Croaartie. Ti teacher at flitted .Jiuie. 11P.IIIa..o1 g ,
    arrest July 23 is Hen
    "OLD V Daraai. oX. C. ; Mrs., Barbara A. ffkitt |t. I. Jaeksoai&ol. Norr1. ,whaWM
    ., Ptciaeela. Fla.;, sad Mrs. 'liaise"'Akt, 'LvtaaaaIltMitary ry 11- iti'V:
    t picked up by po- V _
    School Sirry. Ta.; hart reetttly .
    lie .the IM Hotel i/:
    i&tQ'V itady -of. tats methods, < will ',:' KKNIGIff
    practical .
    Norris, it w.s disclosed ,- ',:..'..."- :
    tilt 11. 'i cashes t relle* iaik0'wrkakop'eagaged. J : .
    had the three _
    e, cUrkptrfoct spa a im re Mre4 wrk'_ .lBlBtlig is .H>*.ra OB the role of nin* < r-- IaY tel Yoe To LIMa ToM '
    girls one ,yer
    e powJer' seieiee lit tkt alas Urr aektol, _.Htt..._ prej'aeteio '7
    of and: the .
    brae nie4 .it* '.*.. '"f Mt of the, ,exptrlB.Btal 'awroce* age 'INIGIIT Jlilt'fiN'J4O' .
    sMenuhiws to Mie...+ ..lstrsetiH,. iMlKUf Ue wwtrtcUe_ two 11, in his ,hotel f rSill' "
    ud .
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    was' -%.t.I.ti'.r',.,.,_ 4....:lM." > .its to treble ti- tie. '"featker.U .,. weld reos that the firls" I 7:00 P. M. I ;

    teea'atr a4* -"rvkr' ''Mteai., ....ihee. teeehssrasad, "" :seralsted-. hare b.en relesseC iaemlody '

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    1 ,tor It V.tsah'ty 'Pius( Aggies Of* Floyd,,,McNeclty I Appearing Her Siiturdqy' Gavtf "To May

    Unc.tainfiisGREENSBO1O Awrii's Title,.'Oaf* I -.' flrds Here

    I 4 ..rs1 NEW TORE--The promoter I
    h. Cf:* Two .. ; s4
    s3 kv.' things are certain for of the proposed.- fall '- ,-.. then the Pittsburgh
    X0:4. heavyweight title bout Steel meat
    rs the Saint
    the AftT College, Aggies in.
    '! between champion. FloydPatterson : Louis Cardinals in a Jai
    the upcoming football. and xi
    Tom Me-
    4 : : charities sponsored pro
    season. sa.a'he :
    Neeley has-been football game at the
    u,4 1. The .team will hare granted a promoter's
    Gator Bowl at 8 p.m. Aug.
    : several gapping holes, license to stage t the 28, the fans will have an

    .. resulting from graduationand fight in Boston.,
    ...f to
    3 ,,tS .' ..,',"......,... academic troubles. Tom opportunity see one of
    r ''> v.:' Bolan, president of"Championship today's greatest ,stars.
    -1.\. 2. The tea will hare .
    Sports, Inc.
    'Vt He is Prentice Gantt, the
    : to fade a jtough, nine- stated the Massachusetts
    )J/dt' hard
    x* : /7tz (s: [ plunging fullbackwho
    game schedule. the rough.. Boxing Commission has was recently tradedto
    r 4: v rr: fr est it has had in recent
    given its approval and # -, V .=4WU V the Cardinals by the

    (, y, :.. Je 9y k years., all that -remains for him w : Cleveland! Browns. Sports

    Bert Piggott, head coach : (Bolan) is to set a date. kk fans can remember that
    who has won two CIA Bolan further stated that '
    : I Gautt was the first Negro
    championships in his four- j he believes. the match4will I Y e{ ? to play football at the

    years at the helm, told take place in Septem- University of Oklahoma.

    4f: '') ( Yf reporters that our of. the ber or October. As a member of the
    two evils he ..w.pnld much
    Oklahoma team, he was so
    ..,-,-.t prefer the ",.-hofes" to let'A 6tThIt4 : \\ ft -; ; ; good, his team mates

    .f;; f.: the slate. coined the expression,

    ? 545 V Besides' the competition it "So goes Oautt, so goes
    s 'S5s his boys will meet in the i .. tl..V ..: .the team." .Not only did

    .. "\ i.1 strongest CIAA foes, the he' win the respect of his

    A&X Aggies. State have University Tennessee and: USE MOTOR *.: .eVAmre own team mates and the
    In snagging, the easy way opposing teams but also
    ., Florida AftM Universityand is. to ;crank up your Mercury of the university offi-
    outboard and hold the boat
    V to sake natters worse steady in the current by-throt-' cials as. well.
    .v y 2 The Qua D tic 0 Marines, fling down the 'motor, then*. Gantt was never able to
    ;y. flailing 'out-'with. the sxwg line : K VyR
    generally the roughest from. the boat instead of from ._ ; 't 7t reach his full potentials
    military team in the 'na- the bank., ,
    : i as a member of the Cleveland
    tion, has been added to It puts the snagger down V '
    the 1961 card. closer to his subject where he V Browns, because of
    Here is the way the can put. more "yank" on the # the'famous Jim Brown who
    SREADYING schedule reads: Home line. It also is much easier y Y
    \ games-September 30, Shaw to handle a 30 to 40-pound has been burning up the
    : : fish from a boat than .from a National football League
    \.1: 1\ University; October 14.Maryland high bank. since the start of his
    State, Homecoming Those who have tried claim
    [ .! ; October 21, WinstonSalee trying to kill a* grizzly bear pro football career.
    .,: ; ''''',...- with a fly swatter is consider Gautt had to linger in
    Teachers ; ably:easier than attempting to
    :% .
    November 4, Florida A&H hoist a 30-pound catfish up a -. ;: "7' '., .' '.' -. : f3 the shade of the brilliant -
    2 ;, '
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    and November 23, N. C. the high body.bank when he's hooked in __,.-:.<.'f..--:_....,: ,.-. ....Jt....::.,....::-_. ._ ;..:.x'.. '-." '!"_.-_ ..1!......::",,+'!.. (1.;. t :' !j..H. .1.;\ 4 .Jim .Brown. It is
    FOR BIG .ONEI'-This is a mere"look-see College. -It's not impossible ,but neither believed, many that be
    Into the power,speed and deception which Coach Away -Be ptember 18 :walking on water. 'JACKIE PRICE, baseball' s premier trick artist, will bring will be on his own as a

    Otto Graham College All-Stars will field when Quant ico Uarlnes8eptem- many of old tricks, plus an incredible assortment "*of new Cardinal and will prove

    they meet the pro-champtioh Philadelphia Eagles ber 23, Tennessee A&I, StrikerOuterSAI ones to Jacksonville Baseball Park, Hone, of the Jax Jets, to the. football world
    in the annual all-star classic in __ n__.__._._..._....... _._"..._I_ Aug. 5 in another of his that he has the
    Chicago,Aug.' (night); October 28, Saturday night, pro-game performances same
    __ 4. Joe Bellino,. 181-pound 1960 All-Am eric an Morgan State and. Virginia which has thrilled millions of baseball lovers things as a. pro that he

    back from the U. S. Naval Academy makes like State, November ''11. ItI '.wherever: the game is played. Included in Jackie's amazing had to make him a college

    a mere mite in the powerful arms o f Ernest repertoire are a series of catches made 'while standingon star.

    i Ladd, 6-9, 296-pound' All-American tackle r. his head, batting while hanging, from his heels,. upside The Brewster Men's Clubis
    from Grambling College. Laqd 'aided his aim a Rosey GriefReports down throws, catching flies while* driving; .a jeep, and urging all fans planning -

    _" mater in lopsided 20and, 26-0 wins last many other belleve-it-or.-not stunts. on attending the
    At 305
    } year over Tenn. Stats and Prarie View, respectively game to purchase tickets

    last'rU.t V, FAIRFIELD, CONN.New Tennis; Trio In Tourney early since they are

    V -', York Giant's all-pro .fallback being sold
    it Ttp Gainesville' s Lincoln
    Guides Brother Roosevelt_ (Bossy rr.rF [Standouts from the. Eureka I come, first served basis.
    !t To Victory! High Juniors coached by
    ..... drier, reported to the Lavilla Tennis Club will There will be no problemson
    '. <'f ",,:.:.; ,._.. Andrew Mickles, will begin -
    z .. s wyf g .. club's training camp last venture to Tampa' Aug.3- work in tennis-teaching seating arrangements

    week and surprised all by s 4-5 to participate in .the Augusa: 7-12 on the at the game between the

    tipping the scales at Orange State Tennis Tour- LayJbla; Park Tennis Steelers and the Cardi-

    305-pounds. more poundage "1iP;: .;L:44 n" _, 'SK............ nament. Courts, Beaver and Eaverson -. nals. Seating is being
    than he needs to get JGAES Luscious Miss _
    Jk >r >'SAM Albertie Streets. All interested left entirely up to
    _ through the rugged 1981 Aretha Jones'and Miss to ticket purchasers.
    JOINS INNER'CIRCLE-- persons are
    n. National Football League .
    Ann Watson will
    During; his eight'years contact .Jicmie Walker.
    ; .season' as a major. leaguer,, lEe local tennis group- as ..'. --- ,......

    ; ATTENTION LAJXZB f Frisco's ace hurler Sam it goes up against some .

    1 I Reporter* Jones has averaged' 140- 'of. the top tennis.ant.... Ain '
    ?yxhlw.' Send or Mall ,: strikeouts per season, the state, Including
    Y v'SocIal Ntwa to
    rating him-at present- :Tampa's top Players, ,
    .....,.......... ..V ),J. a" FLORIDA Mondays STAB To '.. in sixth-. place. among the. .Prank Best and Francisco
    CHAMP'S BROTHER WINS--World heavyweight champ Floyd a 11-'time pitching
    2323 Moacrtef:: Hd. Cor. 19th .l Rodriguez
    Patterson gives. his brother Ray, also a heavyweight, a .4-87S& greats. i / _
    Or Pie EL I \r4 p- V a
    few last minute instructions prior to his recent fight .-
    lo.scr.antonPat. Seconded by FloydRay won a unaminous WATCH THIS CLOWN s..
    decision. Joins Ybnks' Pitching .Corps r

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    ra5r ........ I SEND si for these MAGICDon't TEAM MATES P.C.Sax asst Savannah.Ga.
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    "Kan's Days are' .!\Z- On Your

    For A Paying Profession R +w lime bered"' Can.Health Be JW Yours Foj> BIUIi STOlE HEEDS .

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    -_ tU'M.in1MMM "' Send $2.00 tor your W, Will Mttt Any Priw Aatvartis.d.

    a Womt. >n Ar. ExotHing. hi i Horoscope Guide ForAuct' In Ywr Local. Papers, .
    BOASTiap a record Fill-in the blank below '
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    .. AT" ,. j 20-year old rookie southpaw Al Downingvhp.i Mrecectly and aril to ZODIAC,.V I WOOD'S PIXIE PHARMACY

    1 called Yankees, Poet Office Box 561
    j :faced{ his first le IMt KM1. IOU .f MYITU AVfHUf
    ; aajor gu defeat vhen. Washington Jwkeonvjlie 1, Fla. .

    FLVPA.AIIEI COLLEGE, knocked :hilott: during 'the.lecondfinbingwoond wow > lsiher rnet w.&he IL F,.J.lH7.t1w. All ....?.", ." .".,
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    .1 't- --:: & ':-'(. ; of a. recent twin-bill. Rowsrer :

    r :t, "IItI'II\ _..; .' .a-'. ',. aaiay 'think that the 'youthful poftsidtr Street. ., .__ .. PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONEIILLS t .'
    has nect : AT.OUIl STOEE '
    ,- ea poMibilities sins ha has beau date
    ? '5 : ;.:; tllfP: d by one of :the gaMfs most classy' ubs.F3MK ot'i L 1-'

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    21 tad Beatrice Wells, 1480 Login.
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    St, 85 and Annie M.'Brown, 2904. ,
    Pullman St,'28.
    Daniel X. Johnson,, 2120 Jlc -
    met IWU 21 and Mtybell Bennett
    ' 1825 B. 28th St, 21. 00000 oWfl flOOOOCflOflOWlltflfl60000000WoS!
    Charlie L. Freeman 1576 W.
    24th St, 85 and Exie Jenkins THE 2 MOST BEAUTIFUL STORES
    ,1578 .W.. 24th .St, 38. ..4 s .

    Gov. Criticized LOWEST DISCOUNT PRICES .

    On Appointment

    ,,FLU o v. Parris WI SILL OHtf FfRff QUMUTY MiRCHAN0ISE

    Bmnt's failure to appointa .
    l gro.on his recently -
    ftuallty appointed Education Committee came on in :. BOYS' WASHABLE SLACKS 570 WEFTS DEPARTMENT EXTRA! Juniors*Misses Hali-iSizcs

    .Tuesday.toy severe criticism here Novelty.. pocket motifs. Sizes 3 to 8 (110.'C..V.,t.DC'. BETTER QUALITY : I

    Gilbert Parker,: exectitivesepretaryof GIRLS' SWIM SUITS SUMMERDRESS ,
    Florida Negro 1.88 KNIT : '

    T Teachers' Association in a Cottons,.Leuto or knit. Sizes 3 to 14 yrs. ( c.s.v.REC.. 2.99. 4 1c
    letter to the governor 6 1.99) SHIRTS :

    ..stated. <. I regret-. you did. GIRLS' SUMMER DRESSES \ \\ SPECIALSThe
    nojblaee fit 'to include a .
    qualified Negro,09': thisvery Sizes: 1 to 3, 3 to fix, 7 to UGIRLS' .. REC.C.I.V.Mt* 1 I All the latest styles, fob f
    \ t. Ut tics and'colon. Sizes: season's most popular L
    adding important, the Negroes conaittee...of: .PLAY 'TOGS 1.11 -1 S-M-L. / styles and colors, including* ...
    Florida are Just iXmin.- > r slim sheaths and bouffants. .
    (REG. 2.00)
    ed 'about igjpxovirfg' the'.' '. Pedal Pushers and Short Sets. Sizes 1 to 3 c s.v' J' all in crisp washable cotton.
    Quality or education as'any '-(RIG.( 2.99)1.99 Sizes 7 to 15, 12 to 20, 14V2

    . other group in the state," MISSES WASHABLE SLEEPWEAR 1'.37 .- to 24/2.
    4 (REG. 2.99 to 8.99))

    .Seeks Protection Largo* selection. of styles. Sizes S-M-L.'. -fr CS.V.tMC..2.99)1.99.' 7 ; 'sail:1: S I, S I'-' ..

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    PT. LAUDERDALE, .Florida \ Assorted c tton'. Sizes: 32 to '4'1. .... ... .. 4 q
    (RIO. 2.99f .
    following. an. attack upon .
    .Negroes' for' using' a public MAVEL LIGHT IIULIIs11c .AMERICAN: .: Ad

    .beach, here, Mrs.,Eula Johnson -' MADE
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    president of the Ft. Lifetime guarantee. 25 .to 100 watts. REG.!C.S.V.17c* SWIM : w F

    Luaderdale. branch of the. .
    National Association: for AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID 29e TRUNKS : .; .

    the Advancement of Colored For all cars. '. ,'. .' ?
    ,REC. 42t '(REG. 2.95)) F
    People, has called upon. : r
    Mayor Ed. Burry to use his : 50 FT. PLASTIC GARDEN HOSE 1.67C.S Dan River Plaids! Big.

    authority "t c see that 8 year guarantee. 7/16". Brass fittings .'. .* W assortment of" styles.Sizes I : G '
    the of all'cltixens '
    rights e t REC. .49)
    : S-M-L. l
    in the free
    are protected 4 .FAMOUS LABEL "LP. RECORDS 1.37Ail .
    and uninterrupted use of
    '. .. . v.* ... FAMOUS
    all taz-isnpportedi faclli-, top artists and ISOMERSET I'j.; -SETTER MISSES SWIM SUITS
    t JJ s.,' to 4.91) QUALITY CABANA SETS :
    Mrs. Johnson' letter, Figure flattering in choiceof
    dated July 27, also"asked Classical, Mood, Instrumental and more ...99Gc.iv.. 100%.J c otto a combedfoodf 1 S I cottons, lastex, or knits. 1 s
    "that members of the police (RIO. 1.91)YIOMEN' 10
    ; 4tifntd in com .I Beautiful color selection A
    force be informed of MISSES & SANDALSSizes 99c fortablo 2-picco. ttylinf.

    their duties to protectand . Assorted. colon. Sizes: I: Sizes: 32 to 46.
    :, 4 to 10. White only. c.I.v S.M.L'" RIG. $5.g9 I I
    REC. $1.ct
    not hinder persons who .. .
    peacefully are using these I

    duty persons is whok to arrest because those of DELUXE BAIT CASTING OUTFIT Mitchell i "300"Spinning : COOK-OUT Combination .

    prejudice, seek to prevent Includes 2-piece Fibre ,Gloss '(Costing Rod, Live Bait Reel
    thesejaoilitiae. Box Fish Net Artificial Lures Monofilament .
    citizens from using ; Nylon
    .." iM.,Sink"n, and everything you need for perfect fishiiig. ,,Release Push-Button 18" PQloronearE
    She said that Negroes Feather-
    attempting to use the beach I Touch" -Q Grill

    on July 23 were set upon by, Drag .
    angry whites and driven ResistantService I Adjustable Crank
    from the area :gadding police I
    Fold up legs
    did thing .to preventthe guaranteed .
    .attack or to arrest the e for t -. Steel fire bowl

    1}iqAJu.s who started it. life
    ,MfC.LIST I 10 L'. Bag Briquets'

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    tarries AppealTo 'I.ICI $L10 t LIST Mrc I, One Pint of Charcoal
    State BodyTALLAHASSEEThe I Lighter Fluid

    June '
    22 conviction of 10- : CASTING OUTFITComplete : SET OUTFIT" I

    Negro and white clergymen ALL three
    with Fibre Glass .
    3-piece Spin J
    for unlawful assembly at. 2-plko iltre'Gist Red, Uvc MFC,
    the municipal airportwas Casting Rod with cork handle, Live Bait 888' i I. 'Bjft Boz, Ffeh Net, Fhh Scalor, UST 6 88 Items for- va1 "
    appealed to the State Box, Artificial Lures, Hooks, and many I I aa4.COMpr.t.'IU "1y of Hoob, nicE
    other accessories... ..,c. LIST nuct. $11.10 I I. Lurtt, FUiH.md Slnkora. sins Cj ." to $7.9' \'
    SupreaB Court Tuesday.- .. ,
    Miami Atty .Tobias Simon H1TGE: DISCO WITTSA ON DOME-STICS. ,_
    'filed notice of the appeal

    for the "freedom riders"
    clergymen who tested
    segregation practices at DRAW DRAPES N
    the airport.A t l n S 4, i s1 i

    federa.l district court # ,. All we.ho&lo or Full-Sls. ,, .Wash+ aid hang in sninutee v >
    suit has been filed
    by '
    iron wr' MildtwandsvnmiftantCompletely s x 4
    three Florida ministers '.,. -: Colorfast=Lintleu 194 w 1 :. wrinkleproofBeevt -
    in protest of the facil-. .. Pink, white, yellow, : 4 r ; ,
    (iJtys segregated service .3. beife.turfuoite.. > f>fl l Hecoreter prints and r. ,, .x
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    pattern. ,; aH deeply fringed "
    t e 0 e o q Ayys ",

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