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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
April 29, 1961
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
April 29, 1961
Publication Date:


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


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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
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oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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Preceded by:
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KILLED INSTANTLY----The crushed and battered body of ire tie

Of'Policeman's Gun College Students 'Faculty three year old Ruby Lee Benefield of 6409 Lockhart Drive
lies on Owens Avenue, where she was struck and killed instantly -

Pulled Knife During Arrest Face JailJf! Bill Passes by a car Monday night. The little girl was walking

on the shoulder of the road with her motherMrs.Edna Bene-
An off-duty patrolman whipped out his Jr.introduced Stallings t field and two sisters'when the accident oecured at approxi
a bill in
gun and felled a Jax man who had pulledout last Legislature mately 7:40 o'clock.Driver o f car was reported to be Hirair
\ week which would curb _
pub Ford of 4136 Owens Avenue.
a knife while the officer was attempting lic sit-in' demonstrations by Univer- .
to arrest' him. sity students and teachers,it has been I 3-Year Old Killed Instantly NAACP Protests, -
In serious con re-a p pea r ed, he reported. 1 ,

dition i n Duval placed him under The bill, I Sit-in Bill
) Medical Center witha arrest. states that also if May Lose Eye As Traffic Deaths MountDuval

bull et wound in They said Carson violence erupts Wife Charged County's mounting traffic deaths !: TAMPA-Strorr

his shoulder, is' attempted to fr e e from the publicdemonst1ations DELANDAuthorities hit the 42nd mark for this year Monday test against a

I Norman Carson, 21 himself and pulleda and are holding night when a three year old girl was bill filed in

of 2459 East Lincoln "shine knife someone killed, a woman;who, has I ,struck and instantly killed while wal :- Florida Legislature -

Ct. from 'his shirt, the participantswould been charged with ing with her mother and sisters on Owens which seeksto

Sgts. R. F. Matthews whereupon Bradley be murder' Avenue. curb college
guiltyof attempted
J.T.Jordan he was driving students and fac-
and shot the f
man. felon q, a nd after she allegedly Pronounced de ad
southwest on Owens members from
who investigated C a rson was taken under the law shot- .her hus- at the scene by
I ,. ,,
., Ave. at -7:40 in
p.m. taking part
the shooting to DMC and is
could be .tried Justice of the
f twice and
or, band .
reported thr:a t-.Par charged .- with! d i s ix :ap"mi sdemeano r.''*s' *<' me J. l.tnh: ; 8:',,! -Peace J.,D. _Pendar- .when the child a....' was__ 'sit-in dem'onstrations -
struck, : made
trolman George charging firearmsand t f Ii was
Students found face,' it was .xeorted. vis was by'L
Ford told this week the
police by
Bradley was off resisting arrest .
guilty ''under the Benefield livedat
I P he was driving between Florida Conference
a duty Wednesday act would be expelled Held in jailis 6409 Lockhart
40 and 45 NAACP.
night when he saw : and public without bond Drive. She report-
Man Found miles an hour and Field Secretary
Carson in the 600
officials Cornelia edly died from head
wouldbe King,38,
crossed into the Robert Saunders
block of Ashley St. firedthe husband 3.8- and other injuries
Beaten Dies pro- whose *
left lane to passa called themeasure
witha9uninhishand Clarence Duval County Patrolmen -
posal stated old
truck stopped in "an effort to
having a n Police are inves- In other durrent King is reportedto David J.I I' enact -

argument with sev tigating the fatal legislative action be in serious Sellers and S. B. the right lane. He by legisla-
said he ran off tive fiat police
eral other men. stabbing of John'Lucious Stall ngs condition. An attending Williams and Lt.C.
the pavement and state tactics
The investigating Brown, 34, voted in 'S. McClure said
an physician-
unsuccessful -
had only a brief those who are not
officers said Brad
of 1717 W.45th St.
lose that the child was
glimpse of the the rioters but
ley followed C a r- The incident oc- to override former the sight of one struck while walk-
before he
girl the victims of an
to Beaver and cured sometime between '
son ing with her
Gov.LeRoy Collins eye. "
struck her. By the unjust cause.
Jefferson 'Streetsand 11 p.m. and veto of a bill According t o a mother," Mrs. Edna time officers had Saunders added

the man fired midnight Wednesday which sheriff's office Benefield and is-
would allow
arrived the truck
that the was
two shots and one according to. w i tnesses' the State to allocate report, .the inci- ter along the was qone. an attack on free

of the men with 8 500,000 dent occurred at shoulder o f the 1 The first bodyof and assemb
whom he was arguing A witness, Willie along with several approximately 1 road in the .3900 the cave in 1ythus making it

ran.Bradley waited Colston of 209 other Southern a.m.whenKing received block of the Ave. victims was recovered unconstitutionalunder

and when Carson Copeland St. told .:States to sell the : :.bullet Officers repdrted about '30 federal and

Informer BeofM police he he ard a t.-.-area's segregation wounds in the arm that Hiram Ford, minutes after the state laws.

A man who has been noise downstairsat policies in the and chest and- lye 30-year old postal accident.

_ classified as an 1447 W. Beaver North. burns about the employe of 4136

St.and upon inves- face and neck.Integrated Owens Ave. stated '
attacked REPORTS
informer and, was beatenby tigationfamdBrown SitInPostponed Cais I POLICE I

three men Monday lying unconsciouson BusSealing Two KilledIn i .
between 7:45
r Davis and stabbed. Upheld CaveIn. Mrs. Mercedes Jimmy Mann, 36of
and 8p.m. on ATLANTA-Irdeflnite:: : i
Devonia Brookinsof MEMPHISTenn.-For Watts, 24, of 315 W.Adams Street was
reported. PENSACOLA-A
St.police cave
1216 Daniel St. postponement of 84 the third time Jefferson Street, struck in the face
sit- in from a 15-foot
cases against
another witness attempt and the
General Se ssions failed in an on
Riley White, 44, in demonstratorswere ditch killed two '
a said he met a woman WilliamLefle t o commit with potash last
of 1321 W. 7th St. announced here Judge Negro construction
named Dot who to issue suicide last Tuesday Monday, police re-
told police thr e e told him that Felix Monday after busi- workers here Mon- investigating ported.
unknown men attacked McMillan ness and civic warrant c h arging day, and at a ,
Mann said he
him when he 1447 W. Beaver St. leaders agreed.race the local bus com' separate project, officers reported. crossing, the rail-was.
turned north o n stabbed Brown. relations were pany officials another.Negro was Edgar Watts, hus-

Davis from Ashley Brookins said. he better than they violating ennessee' killed when dirt band,said his wife, road tracks between
12:25 and 12:30a.m.
St.White was taken have .been in a. long segregated loader he was seemed to be d i s-
went into the house
when a woman came
by private car to period of time. seating law. driving slid downan turbed after a n
ancN saw Brown on to him and threw
S tion s t and took' up
uval Medical Center egreg" embankment and argument
the floor. He took Judge Charles
potash on him. He
where, he was Bruce and Charles I.Marvin B. rolled over him. some roach poison '
his car keys andstarted said he believed
( Dr. Mc- who*- sought t f h e Dead as the result potash.Anemer-
treated by Wofford heard Sol. .and
to take him it was his wife,
ntnRUStold by 'f'rom
JCenzie hn warr : of suffoca- .gency squad
to :Duval Medical Gen'J Kelley S
Elvena i
A short time, ago. Center_ but waited state he understood Judge Lefler that tion from the, .the J a cksonville ngetonMann,32'of 544 W.

White, 'Vho stated there would be no rulings from higher cave in were James Fire Departmentadministered
for police when he 17th Street.
that he worked with more sitins in courts had decreed Preyer Jr.,32, of first
the seriousnessof
saw Police said Mann
state beverage agent Atlanta at restau- the seating .Pensacola, and aid.
Brown's condi-
walked t Dual
testified at law unconstitutional. Anderson Williams Mrs. Watts was o
rants which had
tion. I Medical Center for
the hearing here been the earlier' 64of AtmoreAla. sent to Duval .Medical -
Brown takento
was treatment.Mann said
_ which result e d in Duval Medical target of demon- See James Anderson, Center by police he would prosecute,
dismissal from ambulance.Dr.
the Center where h e strations, and the 27, died when the police stated.

.\ service of Duval.died at 8:05 a.m.' three officials a- SU. :: V. L.:SS' dirt loader rolled.. McKenzie said they- ,

Deputy. .James Bail.'.Thur day morning. greed to the post-, ... "0".........pa.o,- -.- .q.. ,-"- over him. would. hold .her for. Join Tne NAACP

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.... 2bo THEFLOEIa118T11A Saturday, April 29, 1961 .

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Message to Congress

t THE FLORIDA STAR K nnedyAsksBroad E


j Published by The Florida _Star Publishing Co. Tax Program Shifts
: '"Member of Associated:Negro Press" -

ERIC 0..,SIMPSON...................:......,-.......::.:...;:..Managing 'Editor Pres. Kennedy hai sent Coogrettiptoposab lor sweeping tax ._
iDcIud.ing new tax incentive to buscoest to modernize -
ALYSON E WISE.......................,.............'....:...........News_ Editor changes plants and proposing to offset the revenue tone to the Treasury .

HILDA W OTEN.......................:.........:.......:Circulation---.-Manager-.. F ., usT cE by a series of reforms, including reforms long urged by labor to
-- eliminate existing "preferential treatment1 of some classes of taxpayer

p 2323 Moncrief Road.,..........;n.......?...........Phont} ,EL.gin.46782Mailing r \_ Mbi _-- Emphasizing* that his recommendations Credit for 'Incentives'For
--" involve "act," which he to business to
-- -" --- a
Address: io. '. I i IVNI i : .i S / asked Congress to consider as a invest in new plant and equipment

P. O..Box 561, Jacksonville, ,,1, Florida: unit Kennedy also promised even the President recommended a tax-
----...-.._. more comprehensive tax proposals credit system allowing business
:. $ .. firms to offset expenditures in this
after the
--- SUBSCRIPTION RATES next year a study
One Year, $5.00; Half Year, $3.00 T Treasury Dept. field by subtracting part of the cat
Mailed To You Anywhere In The United States : : Special providoos written Into from its tax bilLUnder
Subscription Payable In'Advance. Send Check or Money Order To: T tile revenue laws, be said, had various formulas, this
would allow firm
a to subtract
FLORIDA STAR-P. O.Box JACKSONVILLE 1,FLORIDA dbterbed: the "uniform distribution
burden" and it either 6 percent or 15 percent of
..- i i'moo of the tax
would be a "major aim to re- extra investment expenditures up to
THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: a maximum of 30 percent of its
verse thb ptocta* briny a
1. City and 1 County Civil Service Jobs tax bill.
,. system "more equitable, more
\ 2. Negro Road Patrolmen efficient aad more conducive to This would be in addition to
';. 3. Negro Firemen economic growth." normal depreciation allowances.
Kennedy said that the plan, designed -
4. More Negro Police Officers A major proposal is for repealof
to stimulate business investment
the dividend tax credit and other
5. More Squad Cars for Negro Policemen that would not otherwise be
o ( wrrik preferred treatment of income from
v / p et' dividends written into the law in made, would be particularly usefulto
1 .
] 1954 under former Pres. Eisen small firms and new and growing

A Blow To Prestige? Fri4'r hower's Kennedy Administration.also asked that the tax- ones,of without old investment"raising :the. profitability

All over ,the world it ,is being said, withholding principle now appliedto The AFL-CIO Executive Council -
has expressed strong opposition
wages and salaries be extendedto
with varying degree of satisfactionor the payment of dividends and to any "tinkering with do
disappointment the setback for interest income. He said that in the predation rates or other tax iDeCCRtin.
1 Cuban invaders was also a setback for x< i RS4wvs absence of such a withholding sys- ." as "unsound and as
billion in providing special unnecessary
tem an estimated $3
United States Prestige Confidence in DISTRUCTIVE INTEREST MUST NOT BE ALLOWED TO UNBALANCE THE dividends and interest now 'im benefits for business at the expense
American leadership has been shaken, it SCALE properly escapes taxation. I of other members" of Uw
reported, because the Castro regimewas L taxpaying public.

able to thwart a major military -H- -
operation carried out with at least : Your Weekly

indirect U.S. assistance.It .
may be true that U.S. prestige has Horoscope Guide

suffered and that confidence in Wash- -
ington's leadership in the free world, .
has been undermined. It can be argued, BUSINESS LOVE -' TRAVEL

however, that any decline in our pres-
tige springs more from misinterpretation

of what happened than fro m a

genuine failure of American policy.The Born March ARIES 21 thru April 20th oring for attention -" happiness and well take place this during the courseof

"blow to U.S. prestige" theory is There are t oo on the 1st being as are the week should includeone this fir s t

based on the assumption that the land- and 6th.There are more commonplacerequirements with yourself. quarter. The 2nd-

ings in Cuba constituted a large-scale many emanating prohibition from a, threats to your that This may be made 3rd are fair days

military undertaking sponsored by the series of adverse cash reserves, or satisfy most others. necessary by a for productivity,

United. States. The contrary fact seems planetary aspectsto valuable posses- Enlist the supportof chaotic monetary requiring a degreeof

to be that the landings were intended act or decideon sions,particularlyon the one who is position,burdensome creativeness.

mainly as a supply operation, and that an impulse.Make the 6th.If you the object of your family obligationsor 970881673978CAPRICORN

U.S. help was limited to providing a certain that your i have been extrav- affectionand make the parting of ;

few ships and other support for a venture investments a re agant, curb this it a habit to accept the ways between Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 20
much less ambitious than the trait without de- the
I big such that they suggestions 'you and an old associate You sometimes may
invasion to establish a beachhead which will not be too lay.. that are intended (1st thru believe that you

had originally been planned by t he badly affected by 640221576642CANCER to promote 5th) Someone may have been unfairly

Cuban rebels. fluctuations o r your welfare. It be applying pres- singled out to takeon
Perhaps the United States should not inflationary seems much wiserto all the hardest
Born June 22 thru July 23 sure on corn3mit
have intervened even to the extent of sures.Always keep face the facts, yourself to an tasks that are

giving what physical help it did pro- your future interests Right from the and to go through expensive business handed out.Andwhenyou
vide for the invaders. But certainlythe start thereare with ordeals
in mind very any experiment or in: realize that
facts do not back up the notion when you make any signs that you no matter how disagreeable vestment.Thepeop1e struggle and hard
that the landings were carried out with cannot allow that
important changes your are whose integrity is knocks are the
full U.S. support.If that may affect feelings to run recommended to improve above reproacharethe sponsors of experience -

the invaders had been strongly aid- your key relation- rampart(1st) The the existing ones should and the
ed by the United States and if they of Mars situation. you
ships. The 6th is presence consult first. wisdom that i s
had then suffered defeat, one could also a bad day to in your Sun signis 180771928187VIRGO 520331662523SCORPIO thereby engenderedyou

properly conclude that the event was a trust to chance. not likely to are likely to

blow to U.S. prestige.But this was not 280111842281TAURUS have a soothing feel a certain degree -

the case.Thoughtful persons will surely effect, e i her. Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 2.3 BOrn Oct. 24 thra Nov. 22 of gratitudeto

1 take that into account when they con- Should you chafe You should pay no It is one of your have been among

sider this tangled situation. Born April 21 thru May 21 under the disciplinary heed to gossipnor basic traits to the chosen.

With Venus returning attitudesof act as a transmitter -
stand firmly behind 250661491256AQUARIUS
_J Two Many Plays Be to its a partner,you ,on the 1st.With your beliefs
normal forward risk giving expression Venus returning toa and convictions.This .

Make Jack A Dull Boy course, in your to words forward motion, is one of the Born Jan 21 thru Feb. 19
solar 12th house, you would give in your solar 8th factors that underlie If you realize

The flunking of some 158 Negro applicants out you should call a anything to recall house,there shouldbe the splendid that you have been

of 165 who took the meter reader test held here halt to attitudes later especially an improvementin achievements of so pursuing will-o'-

recently should certainly cause some alarm among that have>kept you on the 5th.Do not the economic many Scorpios in the-wisps ((1st),

Negro educators and citizens as a whole. from giving full fall in with your picture. Reexamineyour this world. This give up the chase
The results of the tests shov that the greatest expression your friends' expensive views and
is just the kind and start choosingmore
__ _" weakness among our local high school graduates true personality. tastes. position,on the 6th
of a week when realistic ob-
in arittaeticengli8h) and spelling
lies Ready yourself fora 820991782829LEO with a view of mak-
that should examine jectives. It i s
Our own experience has taught u. poor newdrive toward ing amends.
spellers, extremely Eathematicianahorri every offer or doubtful that this
ble execution of syntax and complete butcher your ambitious Born July Uth'thro Aufutt 23 proposition witha would be beneficialto
of the spoken and written! s of the English goalsand set the microscope to

language seem to be the rule-rather than the wheels of progress Success 'and pres- Sept.LIBRABorn 2i thru Oct. 23 discover the hid- 630441252634PISCES anyone.

exception among high school graduates of this humming away once tige are as necessary den barbs, or potentially -
decade. more.The 1st could for your Any-showdowis that incriminating -
Faulty curriculum and methods, Oft -croW1ng be rather hectic
elements Born Feb. 29 Thru March 20
and over-eaphasis on extra curricular activities because of familyor
((1st) There is The to
are some of the main factors responsible surest way
for the. scholastic weakness o f Jacksonville. partnership "Man's Days Are Numbered" little in your prevent yourself'from

high school graduates.The misunderstandings favor if you get getting intoa
Can Be Yours
that and Forttna
the defy con- in bad with the
devotion of too much of achool-day maze,or impossible
session to contests, playa,various productionsand ciliation. When You Know your: Lucky Dye) Lucky; law, partners or situation to do

other forms of fund raising collectively 4-60-66-13-64-461 Colors Etc. home companions. fay, or hear noth-

pose the greatest evil to education in ourprimary Send $2.00 for your 7-90-11-18-85-791 ing ((1st) A mi flinders -
schools. GEMTNI
The time lost in extra-curricular activities Bora May 22 thru June 21, Horoscope Guide For SAGITTARIUS tanding witha

aakes it necessary to curtail the curriculum Your senses are AprilFill Born Nor. IS Thru Dec. 21 loved one, ,or an
of students on vital phases of ,.'. -,' old friend, may becrystalliz'ed
or drilling generally acute in the blank below sad vail to You not
arithmetic, spelling and grammar; in addition. enough to'warn you ZODIAC Post Office Bex SiS .. : are one on the
the time loas forces educators to use methods when danger, "in Jacksonville 1,.Florida to stay on the 5th.The 6th, too,is
"of' teaching that may be questioned as to their sidelines when a day of argumentation -
form is lurk-
efficacy.To any His something excit- problems,
be frank- about the matter, o ur Negro edu- ing around. e SLreet ing is going on. and sudden revelations -
Jacksonville need to devote more time particularly responsive -
cators And yet this disquieting
of a -
to tei.ch1r2&reading, writing 'rithmetic and to, the Birth
Dace of should be your, nature.
less time to the production of 'F tra vans as' intuitive flashes Heath Dq. .
guiding principle 8-10-22-15-38-812
and the T&r10Ul"H1II" contests. .' .. -
Operettas, that may be clam I
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.' G. GUINYARP a 'Deliveries

W e missed, the deadline last_ Veek-hence .
cur absence from the scene.UTS followingis Mr.and Mrs. Spencer -

.an_ attempt to bring you, ,uptodate, Everett, 2614
'_ P"r.w d. Lantana Ave., Boy.
on social events.
The t, : Mr. and Mrs. W!l- :
ultra-swank Black and White Ball "
+ bert Neal, 2837
held in Ban Francisco ,California: recently ,-' = rJ1:4At
Lippia Rd., Boy.
,. seen on a popular morning television -' : p
Mr.and Mrs. Alvin
program, was viewed with special interest 4 1
Vinson 4348 S.
--especially in view of the fact that a F
I rx L. r Trenton Dr., Girl.
similar affair. was held in our city, s
Mr.end Mrs.Charles
'sponsored_ by .Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity.: Law,
2018 W. 13th
r ,
yrr St. Girl.
Big news in the bridge worldwhich, has ,
Mr. and Mrs. Cor-
us very excited as we go to 'p'ressisthe
bridge and whist tournament which will nealious Smith, P.
IA n .1 t 0. Box 304, Orange
be held l
Saturday night, April 29, a t li
Wilder Recreation Center. The Jacksonville i Park, Fla., Girl.
'' y Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
Urban League Guild is sponsoring -
the matches. VISIT ATLANTA--Art class. members and supervisors of New Stanton .err High ward Smith, 3318

We talked with Mrs. Essie McGray,Guild School motored April 21 to Atlanta, (Ga.where they attended the 20th annual Bridier St., Girl.

president, who informs us that many of Art and Sculpture exposition 'by living Negro artists atAtlanta University. Mr.and Mrs. Will-
our 'bri ePlaYin9 friends will be participating During the tour, other sites of national interest were visited. Members iam Lucas, 524 W.

in the tournament. She also, seated front row from left: .Charlie Richardson, Edward Manigault, Wayne 17th St., Girl.
expects keen competition in the whist Bryant, Louise Holzendorf, Clifford Grant, Marilyn White, Barbara Hopkins, Mr.and Mrs. Edgar
games. Although bridge leads in popular- Martha Burns, Milton Newson, and Ella Mae Blue. Second row from left: Hill, 5714 Iris

ity in Jacksonville, we have two out- Charlie Jones, Christine Smith, Rosalind LundyCharles Giver,GloriaTa for, Blvd., Girl.

standing whist clubs. Clarence Jackson, Dan Wynn, Alphonso Cole, Walter Johnson, Mrs.Mildred J. Mr.and Mrs. James

Incidentally, bridge players, you can Hampton, art department chairman and Principal Charles D. Brooks. Third Boston, 734 CourtB.
relax. Progressive contract rules will row from left: Maxie Williams, Theodore Smith. Also making the trip were ., Boy.

be followed.. Donnie Pickett, Carol Blackman, Lucious Thompson, Randolph Harris, Emmett Mr. and Mrs. Hen-
ry Leath,902 Short
Hilton and Leonard Dennis.
Mrs. Alveta Allen was hostess to a recent (SCHOOL STAFF PHOTO) Dennis St., Girl.

meeting of Classy Lassies Bridge .- Mr.and Mrs.Arthui

Club, with Mrs.' Pearl Mackey and Mrs. Burney Elected Annual Fleet Driver's Awards Girl Scouts Meets Barlow, 3515 Ar-
+ Johnnie Fisher participating as visit- disia Rd., Boy.
( ing players.Mrs. To Top Vi Post Slated At Stanton May 31 Tuesday Girl Scout May 2 Mr. and Mrs, JohnJ.

Helen Toney, Mrs.Sarah Wright,and I Troop Devoe,4618 Mon-
Precedent vas set The Fleet Driver's 318 and Brownie crief Village Boy.
Mrs. Juanita Williams were high scorers annual Award Pro- ,
among club members, while Mrs. Fisher in Southern area gram will be held Wednesday night May Troop 249 will hold Mr.and Mrs. Rufus
qualified for the guest award. circles last week 31 in the auditorium of New Stanton their regular monthly Jackson, 808 W.Union

Members present, in addition to prize when a Jaxon was Senior High School beginning at 7:30 meeting Tuesday St., Boy.
winners, included Mrs.Margaret Starkes, elected to the p.m. This program is being sponsoredby May 2 at 4:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. K.C.

Mrs. Margaret Mat his,Mrs.Joan'Spaulding, highest post ever the Jacksonville-Duval County Safety in Mt. Ararat Bap- Jolly,1725 Brookei

Mrs. Minnie Gadlin Mrs. Carolyn White- awarded a local Council, according to Principal: CharlesD. tist Church Educa-. Rd., Boy.
Washington, and Mrs. Dorothy Oliver. YMCA representative Brooks. Brooks also mentioned that tion Building. A Mr.and Mrs.Willie

this will be the thirteenth consecutive full membershipattendance Thomas, PO Box 344

Mrs. Doris Bennett was guest player I.H.Burn ,chairman year that the Safety Council has been is requested BaldwinFla.Girl.Wedding .
when Mrs. Lydia Sweet entertained The of the boardof presenting this .type of program in the Mrs. J.E.
Gems Bridge Club at Lincoln Golf and James Weldon interest of promoting safe driving in -Davistroop leader

Country Club recently. Mrs. Bennett was Johnson ranch the local area.A stated Bells
the recipient of a lovely gift from the YMCA was electedto special program their: employees who "- Symphony Music .
Carl. E. Downer, 5721 Bela-
hostess.Mrs. the board of has been arrangedby are eligible for Event Slated For fonte Dr., 22 and Willie M..Davi ,
Alvenia Scriven Mrs. Lois Avery the Southern Area Miss' LouveniaE. safe driving awards. 30A .1221 Run St., 20.
and Mrs. Marie McClain were at the top Council of YMCA Solomondean of Main speaker for Sunday April Douglfs Anderson, 1078 Safer

of the list for club prizes. during its annual girls as a tributeto the occasion will Symphony Tea W.Court State, 46 St.and, Apt.Louise 1,Price 46. 1489

Other members present included Mrs, meeting in West the dozens of be Attorney D. W.Perkinsnationally. for the benefit of Harrell C. Carter, 1242 Loan
Lillian Davis, Mrs.' Zelma Johnson, Mrs. Palm Beach April qualified drivers, the Association of St. 42 and Lizzie B. Wallace, 1445
Susie Thompson, Mrs. Joyce Lawson, and 20--21. who will be honored known attorney and Garden Clubs will Prince St, 32.
Geo. W. Price, 738 Lafayette
Miss Marian Sutton. Others 'from here during the program. fraternal leader, be hosted Sunday ,St., 21 and Lula M. Spratling,
attending the who is listed in 3751 Freeman Rd., 22.
Each year the among from 4-7 p.m.
The lovely Illinois Street hone of Mr. meeting were'IhmasHargraveex Safety Council pre- .the top prominent the residence of Robt., 53 and C. Harris Louise, 751 Ford W., 751 DuvalSt. W

and Mrs. Matthew W.George provided the ve sents special cer- citizens in the Mr.and Mrs. Adrian Duval St., 43.TOOTHACHE.

setting when Mrs. Mary Dumasmother of James secretary of the tificates to per- city, state and Sanders, 5538 Ave. .
Mrs. George, entertained the Zenith sons who have been south. AttorneyPerkins B. 6granteed. Reli.
Branch toe new fast act.It
Ladies Bridge Club. and 10 driving vehicles has been Featuring the you can't tit to the III' l Jelly called
dentist the test thing >
Mrs. Dumas had delegates from as employees for event will be a OU.JL."caneaelshes
as her guests Mrs. dubbed "The Dean Ia .Clldl.
Lizzie Mae Harris and Mrs.Lucille Clark Metropolitan TflCA. the city and other of Negro Lawyers"by prepared programand .'-.i_oMAf..U
both Dr.Hugh B.Wilcoxof business firms in friends and th e
receiving beautiful9ifts. ficmthe his associatesand
hostess. Jacksonville, the Greater Jack- colleagues a- general public are

Mrs. Hazel LillienthalMiss Elizabeth president of the sonvilleDuval cross the nation. invited.

Jones, and Mrs. Mary L. Breaker were Southern Council County Area for a Other participantsand
outstanding players for the evening and presided over the period of two or activities tak
council whichis
recipients of the beautiful club prizes. more years without I inq place on the
However, Mrs. Dumas presented all of the governing being involved ina program will include -
I board of Southeastern
1 the guests with souvenir fans. traffic acc1 nt. Verdell Jakesat

Mrs. Evelyn Jasmin,Mrs.Claudia Burris, area ms's.DI .'i The c e rtificateswill the organ Joseph Which word is older,

Mrs. Catherine Burns, Miss Mary Prime, be presented Harper will deliverthe

Mrs. Janie Reynolds,Mrs.Willie M.Smart, Many men owe the grandeur of by officials' of the prayer; Walter Gin orCordon's
and Mrs. Ruth Parrott their lives to their tremendous dif- firms.presenting
were among ficultiesv S orgeoa. D.Loughridgepresident ,
members present. of its safety ?
council will bring

Mrs. Ruby Humphrey was hostess when .T==wr ... greetings to theaudienceRode1l .
Entre Nous Bridge Club met, Saturday I F. :
evening in her lovely Ninth Street hone.: v tnra: Roberts,DE Coordi-

Mrs. Helen Hart,Miss Ruth Broome, and .. nator of New Stan- a
Miss Mozelle Bruton were winners of ton will introduce

club prizes. I the guest speaker; ( i

Members attending the meeting included J.B.6. Hill, vice-

Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons, Mrs. Ruth I+ : c:r;"' president of the GQfDWfiDiimuiD

Myers, Mrs. Camilla ThompsonMrs.Doris : traffic and fleet f I

Bennett, Miss Theora LegginsMiss Lau- F __ .division will make
retta Jenkins and Mrs. Frances Jo hnscn.' the awards pre- LOHDOHDfnr
sentation; GIN Sr
The Smart Set Bridge Club wasa" t D.Brooks will make r

home in the West Moncrief R ::home of observations at thee

Mrsi Joan Spaulding for its .regular A ,k end of t program. .
meeting last Saturday eveninq.All members Music ,for this
were on hand to receive J o a n's Her mother or her sister? affair will be furnished -

gracious hospitality.Prize BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL NATURAL-LOOKING HAltf'QOLOR by the 'threeDerfnrmAnce Qin is 69years older, but since

winners for the evening were : divisions g rdon's was introducedin
Mrs. Lois Iszard Mrs. Norma H. Bland Whether you want the excitement of a different
hair shade want to life dull of the music
or give new to or
Mrs. Nellyvonne T. Russell, and Mrs. gray hair...insist on'thelong4astinghaircolor. department. This' England in 1769,,it has been
Gloria<<; Brooks. in the famous red package-Godefroy'*
The remainder of The Smart Set Roster Larieuse.If easy to' apply,and complete in includes the Con the world's word for gin.
one package-there*nothing else to buy. \ cert Band,The Glee
consists of Mrs. Charlotte Stewart,Mri.Thelma ..
1 Club and the WT4LU LOfiOl:)) BIT COL W*HOllii IWITIWTUU mil Cl.ll.1O: ttOOf.
Lewis, Mrs.Hortense W.GrayMrs. ,0 I cocoRsLARiauaSe "LOvay Stanto Musi Cho.I I cotters wren ca.u .u .... .nooucraau;
Vivian HolmesMrs. Thomasina '
gram, K. D.
Mri., Elizabeth 'Downli ,Mrs Louise Walton is:'
Oodtfroy Mtp.Company.3S1O Olive St 8t.LouK.Mo. chairman,, '
aad Mrs Lola Schell. .' ? ., .. ." ,- -." 'r _

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:_, _1'ew, ".nmx !lx1; ....Saturday. April 29, 1961
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1 CMirch :N.. .t 'f& Erf f 'CHORCHNEWS.

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1 1i Hamilton L.Cheat- .
i ham and hi* rariotiaunite -
: 'hat completed James Welaon onnson Branch YMCA observes -
the full day's its second annual Fellowship
..program' which high Service Sunday beginning at 5:30 p.m.

," I light. Sf.Paul. AME in St. Phillips EpiscopalChurch.Chair-
'Church' annual .. men are Her.Samuel Nesbitt andEer.T.Y.
I" It1, I Men'. Day program w Harris. Program participants will beRey.
.r : ,: ,
; '
'Sunday.Eobert.. -; Charles B. Dailey,Rer.F.D.Richard-_

,w... .... ',' A.Sewell, _..Lfi ; and Thpinaa Hargrare:: Jr., the Y'a executive -
'. : District Scout ,ex- ttr. : secretary.Final reports on the
.: .ecutire 'of the '. ...r; current membership drive and awards: to
.: i
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.., : ,. ". >North Florida Boy :'y'?';- .T be presented volunteer workers will
... : .. Y 1y
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;' Scout Council will highlight the
< program.
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&11... ....".-- be.main. speaker *
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Annual Men's New AME
....., Uf ..r. .... :during the 11 a.m. Day at Hope Church
*. ......' .... .....'_- -morning wo rship PLANNING FIRST ANNIVERSARY--The Chat and Sew ..Social and will be observed Sunday, Willie Myers,

*;. Lt., ... service. Savings Club of Mt. Moriah AME Church, Oak and Stonewall chairman, announced. Main speaker dur-
'i* *fi.o. A native of streets, are completing plans for their first anniversary ing the 11 a. m. morning worship will
i '... Charleston, S.C., which will be announced later. Seated front row from left be Rev. S.L. Badger, pastor of Emanuel
.f Sewell graduatedfrom 'eases Mrs. Margaret Rice, Mrs. Maude JohnsonMrs.L.M.Jones, Baptist Church.During the evening wor-
St. Augustine and Mrs. Alberta Reed. Standing from leftMrs.6ussie Jack- ship which begins at 7 p. m. Attorney
4:. College with a B.S. son, Mrs. Nellie Phillips, 'Mrs. Carolyn Carswell, Mrs. Ernest D. Jackson, a member of t he
degree in business Gertrude Morse, Mrs. Annie R. Richardson, and Mrs. Bettye church, will deliver the closing. es5-
education and from Williams. Mrs. Delores Jackson is president. age. Outstanding local artists 'will l

the 188th National appear on the program Rev. 6.M.Cham

Training School for Srmpson' *
DAVID B.CBAWPONorthwestern professional leaders Activities SlateR By ACE Groups
in Scouting. Rafts EventOfficers Rev. Robert H. Wilson,pastor of Bethel
High In' Scoutingha has and mem- Rosa..Lee{:t Coins Financial supportis Baptist Institutional Church left last
David: is a memberof served executive bers of Choir 2 of Two out s tand ing being requestedby Sunday night for New York City where
the 12-2 class positions with the Simpson Methodist events "o- f local President Leon :. ward ".he will attend a meeting of the national -
at Northwestern, E Palmetto Council of .church complet-. interest :ill be Roberts Jr." Baptist Convention of America.The .
I Green Pasture tho Coastal Caro 'ino: plans fortheir present First from a 11 citywideAME ministers will join Dr.E.S.Branch,
Guild, and Future lina Boy Scout choral musicales Baptist Church,1025 churches i n corresponding secretary of the Boardof
business leaders Council for five presentation aatedfor : : Jessie St., Sunday order that a large Foreign Missions on a trip to Mon*
of America. He ( years before com- Sunday, May 14 when Dr.R"W.Pury I ACE League groupof rovia, Africa for an inspection tour
serves as rice- ing to Jacksonvillein beginning at 7 p.m. popular presidentof delegates may of the missions in that country.
'president and February of this According to Mrs. Florida Normal be able to attend *

chaplain of the year. B. W.Langleypresident and Industrial Col- the July 5-8, 46th All districts of First Baptist Church,
clubs respectively" --. ic; Since assumptionof of the group, lege delivers the Annual Christian 1025 Jessie St., will meet in their
'1.fI .-* **- ': : his present post this event promisesto 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. .Endeavor Ca veat n n regular fifth session Sunday at 3 p. m.
his work has been be one of the sermons, and the in Chicago. in the church auditorium. Guest speaker
11f highly creditablein most outstanding: of districts of the Roberts, who is will be Rev. H. L. Hartley, pastor o f
advancing acti- of the current church hold their president of the Friendly Baptist Church.Friends and the
vities in lo cal Spring season.Mrs. mass meeting start- citywide Leagues general public is invited.
//Scouting cirlces. Langley requeststhe ing at 3 p.m. (ACE)is requesting *

The general publicis loyal supportof EducatorPuryea that all dona- Annual Men 's day will be celebratedwith
cordially invited the organiza needs no introduc- tions be given to programs featured through-out the
_.11 to hear this tion's friends and tion to his North- the various league day at St. Paul ANA Church, Myrtle Ave.
'outstanding young fellow groups.Participating. east Florida .fo 1- presidents and is and 13th Street. An invitation of wel-
leader and to en- ensemble lowing and it is urging that fund come is extended to the general publicand
joy other featureS members are: expected that an drive start i m- friends. ,
Douglas Anderson of the Men's.; 'Day. Mesdames Rosa Lee overflow attendance mediately in order ; f I

Richard is a: mem- pr gram. Shannonpresident; will be on* hand to that the most important Choir 2 of Simpson MethodJ C hu rch,
ber of the 12th Joan Frazier, vice hear his inspiring, phase of Kings Road and Cleveland St., presentsits I
grade class, band, ATTENTION president; DorothyMae messages.Districts'. '" the project be
national honor so- 'Church Reporters Langrecording 12, 18, completed well before choral ensemble Sunday, May 14 at 7
ciety, track team, Club Reporters secretary and organist 19, 5, 6, and 7's departuredates. p.m. in the church auditorium.Mrs. Rosa
,$nd is. an honor Socialites ; Nathaniel mass meeting will Lee Shannon, the group's organizer, is
student with a 3.8 Moody, t re a surer feature Rev. H. L. He states that president. Mrs. Mary Alice Smith is ensemble -

.ll .el8-Qe. lead or firing Your New Mesdames Mary Alice Hartley, pastor of registration fees director, and Miss Dorothy Mae
," -. .... IB To ThoFLORIDA Smith, directress; Friendly; Baptist ; Lang is organist-accompanist.The publicand

.. ......-..,..,- .. Eula Walker, busi- Church a s mainspeaker.Other pre-vail musical groups are invited.
:.Jf; STARNot *
"":, T' ness manager; Mary istrictsfriendsand after whith the
'f. ,'of... Later ThanWEDNESDAY Couser, chaplain; sum will increaseto SUNDAY TEAS
NOON and Idella Kirby, the general publicare S5.00, Usher Board 2 of Shiloh Baptist will
choir reporter. invited to attend League members, present a Green Leaf Tea from 4-6 p. m.
mzCenprie Other members are this outstand- planning on attend- in the church auditorium. f
Manfurin arker' ing program which ing .the Chicago -- -
Your Next Party reporter; Johnnie starts at '3 p.m.YY convention may now Choir 1 of First Corinth Baptist will

SANDRA SMITH With .SparJ&nf/ Char Puston, T y r o n e secure transportation sponsor a Musicale Tea from 3--5:30 pm.
Blocker I ice liamsMrs.Cora FellowshipHour hotel, and in the church auditorium. Mrs. Lucile
( JamesMrs.Yernell April 30 other information Lowery will be guest soloist and C.Par-
Sandra.likes to PUNCHJOWL ?Glover,Mrs. Loraine v fr from Roberts.MEDI1AT1ON'. ham Johnson, master of ceremonies.
keep on '4he 'go* Williams, Fran: k All officers<' -v and 3 I _
Aside ,from a 'very I Cooper, Benjamin members -'of' James :A "Youth On Parade" Tea is programmed

busy'schedule ,she Irving,James .Morgan Weldon Johnson from 3:30 p.m. at Gotten Chapel Methodist
holds membership ,and & v.A. 0.Bums Branch YMCA"are requested Church. The crowning of "Miss MYF will
in the Honor, Society pastor. ', to attend A VUKIVSERMOftETK feature the program.

of which she .. TERSE VERSE the. annual .Fellowship -. COLIN DOUGLAS -- -
Y- 6y
is treasurer Clubof which, ,' ,-.." "'9AI "" By A. C;. Gordon meeting slated Usher Board 1 of Grant Memorial Church
Teen for Sunday *&.not therefor jtiudoui for the
April' presents its Spring Tea at the church
crystal dIat lea wadirS : .
s..ana ... .
pha is president, .... IleNitul1 dfftnnt.-- ffca't. talk about yourself 30 at 530pm. in v. 2att.B:3L beginning at 4 .
M.ad .firMt -=, too mach -A:.Sappy life ]r bant CM dq atm p.m.Healer
***'. =--tMr...ebtIh M With Fxtothu'um't beUere; St. Phillips Epis- :ttaa. Haft only wand logic. Hwtf
fsr Whiff more. iheyH do a. aceepft thk knowledge,
i--'; frUt or ethIr leer copal Church Union vo
;* Listen To Pets! fmIft.In. Tlwt I'll' tug searn. bftter job'- ahouTd""DOt'1It yfflqa or fffo of
a..a- h twplm.wUI .. The tnmrtfe that boa leave. and Pearl streets, 'fearful of vbat toeozzov will bring.
: Music-Quest Friday ncs 'e lit..fGr yw. c'dy e. If you act with the hJahest jn4tl5t.rou EVANGELIST
_. Margrave .
PO.404S11 hare today you are bWJ.dIIaI J
i : Nltes 13:30 to ..11:00For a. NEW CONSTRUCTIONROOM executive .secretary lor a auccaaful, KLtkfyiag teeaer-
All Stetsons row
4 Phone. Request krfcfttlCo.58SJ ADDITIONS announced. t. 'Rev. OTHER ROBERT:
KftrwMJ A... .... .
<.< "., ,)0.4511 W. Sales Co: FAYmTEVILLESUBDIVISION and AdvisorAre
!* ,
Office Niles -
.*' EV 4.5211 PO 4.4317 33RD AND' SPIRES STREETS You Suff.ring-Sick -
-* -Need Advice?

*, MADEUNE'S COFFEE SHOP HOUSES' Under Construction' See MOTHER ROBERTS She has the God-Given Powerto
M- .' 1929 Ktofr Rood Rta 4-""** i< L.DOWN"PAYMENT; : heal the sick
'} : :; ?:, -t heal by Prayer. Guarantees to and the

: WILL BC CLOSED $aU.smm l On Duty ailing,but there is no pity for those who'know theyare
\ t in hard luck! and don't come to see MOTHERROiERTSGuaranteed
NOON"TU+ 6 t.M.
to help FREE
..s.Tyil:.dlt AtolfoTORMnoiMIng SATURDAYS And SUNDAYS 7 the morning io
Dallf u4 Sundays from In uniil ,ai dghi
MME Sfy -.. -
Her address is 10310 Atlantic Boulevard, -
"!' J ., For ft Repairs MORRIS CONSTR. CO. took.foWW*.Sign wWi bi..n HwJ'tiwI' the nm Mother Roktrti

3- MH* frat Dewntown.JftckAeftvtil* on AlUntk wltvard
;. -*. Watch lor Cteanfl li 4pMf9g 4791. ORTEGA BLVD. :-: PO 8-4291
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"Saturday--" April 29, 1961' -- .'Ftft--.-.-.,mA; -- J :
'. .aths .
leconcltloned EVANGELISTS

1349 Devi SfEL 4-5838 ti V\,
.. !. and AdvisorAre
,.. -- Mrs., I
SIKHD.: of 1211 Wig-
sA : Street. You Suffering-Sick

._ Miss -Need Advice
w of 723 Ct. See MOTHER BESSIE She has the God-Given Poweto

,\ Rachel heal by Prayer. Guarantees to heal the sick and the

Stonewall ailing, but there is no pity for those who know the

are Jn haijcl luck and don't come to see MQIHEi!

$k.. Mrs.Lena of :.BESSIE Guaranteed to help FREI. lucky NumberOjiiDiIIy !
r 1f Street and Sundays from 7 in l&. morning until'10 !alpha
: Her address is 1238 Cassitt Ave.-CAsutt Is the
xz --Robert of extension of EdgewoodTako
St. Murray HUI Bus Marked 4-B get off Comer Plymouth&CttsaM
Robert of Look for the Big Yellow Sign with the Indian Head&Mothtr BfttliFO

.. Street. \FURTHER INFORMATION Phone EV 99244IF
1 "eration Miciisflippi" pictured here. From Madison.

Medgar Erers, NAACP field secretary for the Mrs. Mable- YOU LIKE GOOD LIVINGYOU'LL

k fftirrteg ttery d today dtftMt. Henry, president of the Association's state Oakley.
I+M*-***.w..ijroahmmrMwl ,and .Jack. Young, attorney. NAACP is seeking to i of WANT TO BE IN

Tote registration, selective buying, school Franklin St.
and employment of Negroes in government- Edward of RIPPLING CREEK HOMES1TES
.f' RebelBtieecf I "Operation Mi..i..ippiwaslaunched following u Lockhart Dr. I
t. of police dogs te disperse a peaceful gathering -Mrs.Lillian A Better Place For Colored

in Jackson, March 29. The NAACP is waging a $ W. 27th. Only 30 Minutes From Downtown Jacksonville I II
for special funds. Mrs. Mattie I
-eoe UJCI .E
': "'" !.- hUtch Officials 'Convening, Walker of 904

IF1A .7.LIFER .' Street.
I In New Tabernacle Church: Set w 2 DAYS ONLY
,. -" The .Ja Ida C.n-;
IOOSMJ1;; P1S .wif1\ their first session taking place Alumni : Kentucky .
: .' '
HITS-: :
here Thursday morning,officers and members
-3 BLONDES IN HIS of the Ministers, Deaconsand Lay. of APRIL 29 30
LIFE men's Missionary Union Auxiliary are will Van Buren
AND"JOURNEY engaged in a four day convention in New
TO A LOST Tabernacle Baptist Church, 903 E. Union their .El-Lsabeth

CITY- St. The final meeting takes place Sun: with a -Ozell Burr St.L.of LARGE 60 FT. X 132 FT. LOTSFull
PLUS the
JOEL MCCEEA IN"TOPER During the open- Mrs. L. James, and torium, Ashley St. Ins ablePnce
HOOK- ing's day's meet- Mrs. Martha Jones. April Bertha $9VV UU
:SKYVIEW 8UNTUE1JOHN ing which began at Mrs.Martha Nichol- 2:00 to W. 7th. > Title

WAYNE IN 7:30 p.m.Thursday, son was' soloist, of WARRANTED Each DEED
-NOSTH TO ALASKA"AND the program fea- Mrs. A. Hart, summary Brown, B.
Special Low Down PaymentSpecial
Mattie Mae
state the
tured the Matron's ; convention -
-SILVER 'WHIP Hour with F. Quar- echoes, Mrs. student W.Monroe. Low Monthly
Win 8590 Cash Mon tezman and Mrs. A. M. J. Baisden. forward -Mrs.Mary
Murphy in charge. all \ of 803 PaymentsBEAUTIFUL
Mr..Lola Webb gave DC's Royalty uates Street.
the inspiratio'naladdress 'Are Crowned ance. 1.'D of--817i W. .. ., a. .... I\\.
4 -
and the '51 a13 ::
,sermon was offeredby The Lot .Of Choice
: JohnvD.: of $500
Meet* S :
: Rev. A.McKellum The King and Queen Street. Terms To Suit Your Income i
FOOT OF WEST with R.y..R.L.Smith Contest at Darnell Stant
.::.::.-..-.:..- ::.
I as alternate. Cookman Elementary of 1951
BEAVER ST. Ford Grant
I President D. .B. I School terminated'on will .
Banes presided over Prof.' ALSO ON SALE AT LOW TERMS
Friday 'orn- 25. Willie White, Saturday -
i. ; ing' meeting and son of Mr.and.Mrs. ginning ,associate
; :
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Mrs. Carrie Sloan Directions To Property From Anywhere In Jacksonville 0
Willie White Sr. in the
J. 1Fr.h of law, Take U. S. Route 1 South Along Philip
conducted the de. and a pupil of Mrs. A&M Univer-
Highway To The Junction Of U. S. Route 1 And 0
votion. The Bible L. S. Stokes first has been a- Alt. U. S. Route 1. Keep Going South For Az iher
Sausage; Ifcs.Si. lesson was super- grade class wan the Vice p a Ford 1 And 2/10 Miles To GREENLAND ROAD. Turn
vised by Rev. R.L. Right And Go 1/2 Mile To The HOUM Where You
honor as King. Henry Fellow- See The RIPPLING GREEK HOMESITES SIGNS.
SPARE RIBS Jones. Cynthia Y.Thomas, .full : to attend a
The Auxiliary'sFriday a fifth grade pupil
workshop on Its Easy To Own A Place Of Your Own At
afternoon .
.3 lit I .S. JiFrtfh of Mrs.M.M.Green'sclass law I
,program with M r s. won the honoras Arthur T.. .
Iac.i3 I lip SIAl: Ethel Jones pre- Queen.She:is the mi ttee, Law 1! RIPPLING CREEK IIOMFSfl'FSI.rySiSnack
siding featureddevotions niece of Mrs.AliceP. 'of New York
by Mrs. Anderson.The been ty. i
A.Jackson and Mrs.L. tIe of all .

I" Dykes; Mission Prince was won :by Some l ; Bar& Motel(
HAMSMff Institute by Mrs. GleWod King son will, be;
: A.Larke: ; Teachers, of Mrs.Johnnie Mae
; : Hrs. 'Edna Gordon, King. Glenwod is a ; Kings Rd. (Hgwy. No: I 1)) Near Moncrief
J11. $, $Jl Mrs. M. Campbell, pupil in Mrs.L.G. DA To

'YOU SB BOTH sus Mrs.. A. M. Perkin, Small's first grade
Mrs. D. B. Barnes, class. N.E. / Phonograph

..-.,.OP;; ,YO, .MBAT. ..' ,. Mrs.Mary Hamilton, The title of ..... Music
Princess goes to The
. BLUE OCEAN IIEAM 'u29c Pennie Emanuelthe State tion of *
daughter of Mr.and
'Family u'zo left (of 10 Us.) will AirConditioned
U carry out baft.__...........only Lb..23' Mrz,8ldnep Emanuel .
0 and a pupil of Miss '3 Douglas -- .
MEDIUM MULLET LL'. 25e I L.B.Madison's class. High :iiii: :


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WHITE MULLET ROE u. 39e for-newspaper. from as 1
SHRIMPBOAT WHITING u. 29c Liberal emission, Rented To Clubs Private Parties etc.,."
.BLACK SEA IASS'M1! : = .,. 35c and draw Apply Sunday2 form .\ \ : .' :
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Tim Saturday April 29 1961
!f. :: J
J _
Unit ed Golfers Reorganize; r Miss. Sales Tax UGA Names

( i r Collections Low Sifford Hawkins

Approve 42: Tournament_ To. Hall Of Fame

Washington, -9tQ.-- Beginning in 1962,. JACKSCNMiss.NegPoesattending .
United Golfer/i ociation..vill: qualifyits an NAACP Chicago. -Charlie
/ maul me 1ng'here
re- Sifford first Negro
amateurs in sectional -
championship men
'cently heard a report
meetsaccording to a joint statement that state chain store professional

r issued this. week. by UGA President sales tax revenue golfer to be ac

Howard Arider. hTo Ledo, and Franklin T. dropped last month credited by the

Lett, Detroit, chairman of the ASloe .a- $49,225.00, compared Professional JASX
tion's National Tournament Planning Com- to March of last year. sociation and n l

Julia Wright,assis- of the top-money ]
mittee. "proved by' UGA for
1 ,
tant NAACP youth winners PGA ,
on a
At its 1962 1961. --""
national -
.1. L secretary, told the winter ciradtand
tournament : protest' meeting, that Boston's
1 in Memphis UG A Sit-ins Start I pioneer
yYw I this reduction i n.H&rch',1961
t will play only 128 } sales vas tournament promoter -

amateur men in its Serving Terms directly attributedto Robert H.

championship division the Association'sselective Hawkins,have been

.These golfers b uTi n g named, to- the
/ TALLAHASSEE-TWO' white Golfers As-
the drive. united
will embrace
CORE members Jefferson sociation's Hallof
Miss Wright calledupon"Negroee
top qualifiera from Poland and Derek
in Jack- Fame.
;, six eliminations Lawler, began serving son and throughoutMississippi According to Mrs
tournaments to be 60 day jail sentencesfor k to fight Anna RobinsonChicago
held in the regional sitting-in at a for first-class citizenship -

districts of the local lunch counter by continuing who chairs
Association- last The two UGA's Hall of Fame
w year. to refrain from
"-II .nn\lA uvntw Vlutilu'uu1 D..aUUJJ o cejjnen trill pottSWOOd of the Committee Mister
England, Eastern, "could: have avoided Zion Church (right) is congratulated by NAACP President Arthur being in stores with Sifford Los,

3! Southern, CentralMidwestern I ,jail ty. paying. a $300 Spingarn as Roy Wilkins (left), executive secretary, looks on. cies.discriminatory" -poli- and Mr.Hawkins, Angeles will,
+ South- fine Spottswcod succeed Dr. Robert C. Weaver who is now Administrator
western. The two were among the Federal Housing and Home Finance Agency. The NAACP official receive Plaques of

Previous rule of a group of five white ._ reminded her audience .Recognition when
i students from Florida 'u that Mississippi has UGA plays its 35th.
play will be followed State University, six Spectacular Howard U. Wins Me appropriated the sum annual n ationaltournament
air :
i at this year'sBoston Negroes from FloridaA. Cy of' $2,000,000.00 to August

tournamentto and ,M. Universityand i underwrite celebration
Hampton's Triangular Meet 21-25. It was at
be played August one high school of the Civil War Cen-
nampton: va.-- Clyde Glasgow,, Olympic Boston thirtyfivegolf
I 21-25 over the student who were arrested tennial over a two-
speedster and Howard University student Daytona seasons ago ,
beautiful and ty police after year period.
and tremendous strength in the field thune-Cookman that Mr. Hawkins
challenging 36- a sit-in at a Wool- "Yet, recent figures
hole P o n kapoaq worth lunch counter events sparked Howard University to1 a lege announced I indicate that this initiated the first
and charged with"dis- triangular track meet victory over allAlumni same state is next to UGA tournament.The
Course in nearby
Nine orderly conduct."Five host Hampton Institute and Delaware ing staff in the lowest,in the entire choice to honor
Canton Mass.
of the Negroes have State April 15 at Armstrong Field. I currence with South, in' total these outstand--

championship divi- already served their Glasgow of Howard; _,41.. 1 Athletic revenue spent on pub- ing golf proponentswas
;' sions will be play- .tured eight first lic Miss
jail tem. The other schooling
University won the Committee. made during
edpromen's andwomen's five students have I'place and tied Wright pointed out.
220 yd.dash with a burgh Steelers recent UGA annual
j amateur, paid' fines. for another with. not thisMississippispent
time of 21.2 Jack convention at Cincinnati i
sec- Howard's -
$187.33 educa-
senior women and Poland is a former Hampton.
men and four sets vice-chairman of Tal- onds followed by final scores total72 a former ting each white pupil .

of juniors. lahassee CORE. He was Hampton's Robert followed b y AllAmerican and only $10.34 per Previously U A has
Johnson with a Negro child." named to its Hall
j Deadline for entries expelled from Florida Hampton with 53 and anhuneCookman f
time of 215.Glas of Fame first
infra Boston State University Delaware State with pres-
shortly after applying tied with Johnson has been ident Dr.
tournament has been gow 38. lege, wrr George
for admission to in the 100 yd. Besides the relay head coach Adams, Washington,
set at midnight, .
Florida A.and M. Uni-
Athletic D.C. Atlanta's Dr.
clock-ing Hampton Institute's ,
August 20raccording '
versity for Negroes. of 10 seconds McClairen'suc H.M.Holmes and F.AToomer .
to Mrs.Paris- Brown "Living Equality" showing came *
UGA tournament directoriWashington- CORE field secretary. flat. in the, 440 and 880 Rudolph ,Atlanta Life

Richard Haley, a for- Joe Pullum of in which they -cap-, Matthews who Insurance Company

D.C. mer instructor. at Hampton Institute tured eight point signed last vice presidentA.D.

Concurrently with Florida A.and H.xrotePoland who had sustained with onetwo fin- after C"r v Crosby, former UGA

the AndersonLettUGA : in the Leon muscle injuries ina ishes. heart attack. ;' president and

County Jail "You are previous meet rana :" -- Clairen played tournament director -
policy statementMrs.Brown A CHALLENGEWe
not just talking 'equality 49.0-440 followed for Bethune- ,Columbus,Ohio,

announced of man*; you by teammate Nrn man and was are challenged by a world and Moss H.Kendrix
from Washington swept with crisis and change.
are living it.
.. Everett Brawner. ed by the Millions are roused from an Washington, D. C.,

4 I two that Experleaca Brawner had also SAVERS in his Senior cient chaos sleep.and They calm.waver Communism between public relationsman.
fortY-J One thorn of experience Is worth__ been in the campus and has played- seeks to exploit them. We seek .
whole wilderness of warning.
sectional m to bring them into a world of
-Lewell.PHOTOGRAPHS infirmary.; them every fre dom, under. law. .
i xfcflMBEBBBil iH
: ments have -?|
-. ap- Coaches Willie 1. since
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Smith and Jimmy ., / :111'IIIlilll'; His assistant r You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
.. FOR Griffin of Hamptonwere be Lloyd "

_ EVERY OCCASION the outstanding elated over II 41 Johnson four letter man I I LOW PRICESOn

Expert Photography performance of fsosh J '-- -' fyrA; Bethune- C o o k Your

Portrait Weddings Binqaeis .:Toby Clark who came received his

,.. f' Purports & Identification Photo in ahead of favor- ter's Degree DRUG STORE NEEDS
Photostats & Commercial Work ite teammate Lou DIRT IS FOE OF RUGS Physical
Photos For Newspaper Cuts No housewife is a strangerto
While You Welt Horner with the dust and dirt an enemy from Indiana Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store
Coloring & Picture Flamingr' winning time of that confronts her every time iversity.
.: Let Us Take A Photo Of Yon 1:58.6, bag.she empties But it took a vacuum a recent cleaner yearof McClairen a We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn

The Pirate mile research study to give this Johnson will Your Local PapinWOOD'S
In Natural Color stubborn foe.the proper dim-
J. AVERY} ; relay quartet of ension. It'weighs approximately the college
108 pounds in the six room
AVERY'S PHOTO STUDIO Everette Brawner, house and 80 percent of this September 1. DIXIE PHARMACY
Joe Pullum Toby -87 pounds-ends up on floor
1674 Kings Rd.-Next to EWC Library coverings. Not all of it can be FOOTBALL 1302 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE.
Clark and Lou HOr-
dislodged with the vacuum PHONES EL 3.559748We
Phone EL-4-7695.For Appolntmeatst ner captured the cleaner and what remains Sept. O f/vr W. ./10 fill M Doc er.' vruc lpelsAa
the gritty stuff- shortens the College,there.
event with an improved life of rugs and carpets.
Wilbur Gage president of Sept. 23, PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE
Magikist, developers of a high- there. BILLS AT OUR STORE
,./.' i ,' ': Griffin feels ly specialized rug and carpet
\ that Oct. 7 M 0 r r I
,- :. cleaning system. Is authorityfor to
i.4I 4'r.. .."*. "'*;,. this time in the the above figures. Professional Brown, here. ,
: '
r I .: mile, cleaning he believes is
Y a :y t relay should the only possible guaranteethat Oct.14, :
t.. improve greatly by rug life can be extendedto
.. a maximum and colors main' here.
the time they leave tained year in and year out. Oct.21,FAMU., :
t".. rf ,; 1 1I for the Penn Re- Regular carpet sweeping.and; Nov. .
vacuum cleaner application is ,
L lays.In .. essential he says but cleaning here. 1
I !'. winning the in a professional manner is II
what removes the tiny bits of Nov.18 ,
; "',' meetf Howard cap-' stone, coal clay and pumice Nov. 23; A
whose razor sharp edges des I.
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h.. s.r.a THE FLORIDA
__ Saturday, ,April 29; 1961

i j1ttei1TITi2; -

I City Playgrounds To Organize I. She I Floyd StiI'Nixing
.: W.9u..ldoJt Give Up! 1

-Division The 'Jacksonville Baseball Recreation Looo Departmentwill S. ListonPHILADELPHIAAl |SPORTING IT UPi

begin its baseball tryouts for :- -

i1 1L boys in the Tadpole classification 8-]:q S though Sonny Liston IT IS, A LITTLE TOO EARLY to count the

Midget 11-13and Junior 14-16beginning number one contender Jets out of the South Atlantic League

Monday at 4 p.m. at) the Durkee Park. for: Floyd running. Yes, it is true that they have

The tryouts are!, Patterson's wild's been losing games at a terrific rate but
being for Carlton B. Bryant, heavyweight boxing the ,
staged t season is early a before many days
the Recreation Di ,Simonds Johnson; crown stated last
pass the Jets will start hitting on the
re'ctorsto select David M. Shields, h week that he had old apple like it was mid season.All the

boys for the three Wilder Roy MalloyJr. 4 r > 1 bought his managerPepBarone's fans need to do is to keep their chinsup
teams which will ., Lavilla Mrs. ( ) con- and give Manager TomSaffell a chance
participate in the E.D. McCray,jefferson r s tract for $75,000, straighten his team out. ,
annual bas eball Street;andMiss Floyd is still BASEBALL IS A STRANGE game.Sometimes a

league, conducted E.J. HightowerForest skeptical of Lis- pitcher walks out to the mound and gives

annually by the Street. A ten' backers, it two and three hits and wins by a shut

department.This team will be fielded .. was reported here. out. The next four days that same
is the first by the super- WORLD'S QUEEN OF TRACK The May issue Patterson sometimeago pitcher can walk out "to the mound with

time that theplay- I visor Emmett N. of Reader's Digest carries. the condensed said that he that same confidence audit appears that

grounds are fielding Reed Sr.,to repre- life's story of famed women's wouldn't 'fight every other ball he throws is a gopher

a team, since sent Wilder Community Olympic track champion Wilma Rudolph Liston until the ball and probably loses by a score of

this is the year Center. from the period when she came into the Philly fighter got 9-0. A batter can hit4 ff\4 and come

that members of the Thomas To Break world hopelessly crippled in her left rid of his unsavory back the next day and not1 et the ball
Orange State Recreation through to her astounding trio backers.A( federal '
l leg on out of the infield. The Jer v may be on'
Association 'Mental Barriers'Say of victories during the Rome games of group instigating the bottom now, but there f e'still a

( sponsors their Jesse OwensBOSTONMassSpeak 1960. This poignant story is suggested underworld affiliations long way to go. ,i
first annual State reading for those who believe that with pro- TAKE A LOOK AT the home run" itters '

baseball tournamentfor physical handicaps closes the door to fessional boxing, years past. In 1927 Babe Ruth Was at bat.

these class ing at a. Boston I a life of successful,useful living. reported Liston as 540 times and hit 60 home runs. In 1938
ifications.This University annual l being handled by Hank
Greenberg was at bat 550 times and_
sport addedto Sports Dinner,famed Texas Youth men with former hit 58 home runs. In 1932 Jinny Foxx was _

the Association track star Jesse criminal records.) at bat 580 times and hit 54 home runs.

program last year, Owens told reporters Leaps 610 ik4 Liston has accused In 1949 Ralph Kiner was'at bat 549 times

was played in the high jumper Patterson as being and hit 54 home runs.In 1930 Hank Wilson -
districts and this John Thomas' obstacle For New Mark .' afraid to give hima was at bat 585 times and hit 56 home

year, the winnersand is purely'psychological CORPUS CHRISTI-A title shot since runs. In 1959 Harmon Killebrew was at
runners- from and i national he has now report- I bat 540 times and hit 42 home runs and
eightd: i s t ricts temporary, adding, scholastic edly cleaned house. in 1960 he hit 31 homers.
will "most of us have high jump mark In New York the
rticipate, FRANK .LANE THE ROVING general manager
was here
experienced the
in the State last week when champion told news- I has served time at Cincinnati, Chicago,
same thing.
tournament in July. Roy Hicksa seniorat yi f men that "Sonny's : St. Louis, Cleveland and now Kansas
"John met his ,
The action does not
Solomon City. He is considered one of thesmartest -
in Brumel met ,
will be my itself mean he is traders in baseballbut with all of
___ .
obstacle in Eulace Negro High School u.u___ _
for all playgrounds leaped 610 no longer affiliated his skill, he has never produced a pen-
Peacock on
and theapplicationblanks JOHNSON with unsavory nant winner. The big question is, what
may be secured "For awhile, Icouldn't his break first the attemptto old .. .No SweatN.BA'S characters." will he be able to do at Kansas City?

from the beatEulace It is believed Who believes Kansas City will win the
in record of 6-9. ., world's liqht"heavyweight
following directors: any -sPrints that the champ is American League pennant in 1961?
t ]tylrs. CMDavisJaesStreet or jumps.He was my champion preparing for a ONE OF THE GREAT HEADACHES of a base-
mental block. He WATCH THIS CLOWN Harold John-.
; Abram King, New York bout with ball manager is making cuts in his squad.
bothered son hardly workedup
:\ Eastside Julius my thoughts 45-11-98 Eddie Machen
; Very often he has to wonder whether or
ruined a sweat when he
[.Guinyard.--- Oakland; my sleep. 465-06-222 kayoed fellow Phil- fall. However, not he is letting the best of the lot

*3 5 adelphian Von Clayin I Floyd's management go. More headaches comes when the man
believes that a who is kept fails to produce. Sometimesthe
1 ;{ 0 the second round
7 1 Monday night during third fight this man sent away is a rookie and the
their title fightin year would not be man who is kept is a veteran of AAAAAor ,
:.1 ..: 38-90-40 Philly. Johnson feasible since. A baseball. You wonder then if the

: :J L:;: I ec ; ael 225-02 995sem.rLeu floored Clay once most of his earn- man who comes to a club is so good,why

Sometimes h.he's'. down up in the first and ings for that bout is it he was cut loose from the club
He adds, subtracts three-times in the would go into the he was with. The rookie is cut loose
He works it all around
E' second foran auto- tax till. because he has no AAA, AA or A expe-
: This Clown Is Watching matic TKO.Bout was L. A. Rams Sign rience and yet he shows more potential

50-13-77 stopped by there S. C State Star ability than the other fellow.
: Man's Days LOS ANGELES---Se- League Willie
Royal Crown Mays of the San Francisco -
Are Numbered lected as a. number Hank
Bottling Giants Aaron of the Milwaukee -
Company 14 draft choice, Braves and Ernie Banks of the
fa.n's Days Are Nun- 1235 SAN MARCO UYD. the Los Angeles
bcrednHealth And Fortune Chicago Cubs continue to put on a show
j : Can Be Yours When _R. 9-44U Rams have signed for National League 'fans in their bat-

You Know your Lucky Watch Tackle David Jonesof tle for power. In 1960 the battle con-
J kA DT L Days,Lucky Colors Etcv i Uses Stop South Carolina tinued. 29
Mays and
now in his. 11th
r n your druggist cannot supply you '' SHAVING POWDER 0. Send $2.00 for your I I for Itch ReliefMrs. State College to a
0 sI l for thew MAGIC TEAM MATESTRAIN season did well last year.He played in
.,--..... P.o.8o:3457 F3; Sarannsh Ga.t Horoscope Guide For football
April' .A.Z.Grade says:'I thought pro con- 153 games, hit .319drove in 103 runs,
FULL in I would go out of my mind with tract. scored 107 runs and hit 29 homers.Hank
the blank be-
lev and mail'to ZODIAC poison friend ivy Helen's-itching.suggestion Then at my: I Big and shifty, Aaron, now 27 and in his eighth season

t Pbst ,Office Box 561 bought Tetterine. My husband, Jones who weighs should be able to top last year's
in fun, checked the time on his
Jacksonville 1, Fla. stop watch. Well, in no time at 240pounds and record. He batted .292, drove in 126
Jit'4 NAME all, the itch was gone. Tetterine stands
at 6-5
is equally wonderful for fast re- runs highest in the majors and hit 40
r> Street I_ lief of surface rash,eczema,athlete's boasts great speed. home runs, second only to Ernie Banks.
foot, and innocuous insect
: f .Date of Birth bites. If your druggist cannot He's been clockedat Banks, 30, and in his seventh year,did
: ..... Mo_. Day supply trine Company you send,Savannah 754 to,Shup-Ga. 10 flat in the well for himself last year when he hit
100 yards.TREAT 41 homers
__. to lead the major leagues in
A Ac 2 u that department for the second time in

the last three years. In 1957 and 1959

; he ,missed the home run title by one.
1 homer.
ti :l r
IN THE ALL-STAR GAMES last year Mays

went on a rampage. In the two games
J.r Y. In .: played, Mays, went to bat eight times,
he had six hits,three. singles,a double,
YOURSBJE a triple and a home,, run.He stole a base

For A Paying Prpf e Mionln26W --. Jfi.1iW4J! and led all outfielders with nine putouts -

Following the All-Star games, it
..k, .. was Bobby Braqan,the Houston farm system -
*head sa.idMay.. is the
-"\\ """1."" '. t greatest
: .
WOMEN .. player I have ever seen, he could make
ARE EXCELLING v;. :'Y": ;. YOURSELF TO the All-Star team at every position

t. ilarheriq < iAT :; '.. except pitcher and catcherand I'm not
: CANADA-DRY BOURBON .," too certain he couldn't do it there

either. Bragan has been in Jackson-

fHNUM BJUHEI. COUEtf' ...IT'S "AMERICA'S FINEST" ., training.JAKE ville since. the Jets opened spring

Detroit Tigers has continued to play.




.. ". ... j. Trl.oamx STAB Saturday' .. April 29, 1961



-Bonqo,bonqo;'bon- h _,
qo take me back to x Y S d >4 k. da

the Congo,* 'seems 1 nI
to be the theme a- t
round the 'formal'

dances in Jax now.
When Vachel 'Lindsey IF V' .

wrote that ode toa

savage ritual,
she must have had
Jacksonville or a yr6P ;as

similar' place in

mind. Lets compare
the Congo and our
formal dances. The

Primitives would ':

stage these big 100 BAN-LON SHORT SHIRTS w.
wild and wooly affairs % SLEEVE

at night :4 ii '.,
v '? s'
would feast drink'and
.,, v"rv.
SAVE 1.78
then dance
until -
.,..,.? ,.,.
they dropped. .
m $
now groups of us ; ::S V>
have started carrying ; D.Y imvF& v:4:
lunches and
big !% N
spread them all o-

;: vex;, the table,. we. % ..'\..
drink til we can

hold no more thenwe .aitt'S..t I Famous, fabulous "Pussy Cat" BAN-LON! )

jump up and form t G I' ., textured nylon fashioned into a classic knit ti........: ,. II
1'1'aline to do some- p1p111uI: shirt you'll wear everywhere with' pride! And A1qfflu//i 3
+' ft -, Sun prices i it extra, extra low compare it to
the .
thing 16 l\ 1-. shirts selling for$4.95 everywhere! In white, black, ti;;;;n: ;:kti i
One S.
t "hully gully" E' light blue,olive,gold,tan,gray.Washable of course. y. >'. ', LL>v.'Lw.!;.!fF
or 'two brave souls Sizes S-M-L Hurry In-first come, first served! }

do something called ; 14U C2Ta3: LIMIT ONE PER, CUSTOMER ;frfi; fit ,
"the twistorthe t\o\
i \
\ iDet1'cas
\1 a : ef'C\
watusi. These .to Lot'cas.
1\(\ G f eat ..
clowns resemble sty gP -e\: tA-\-
st s-
she>> Pfses
the witch doctoras
: ..
uatu" ;
he goes through MEN'S BETTER QUALITY
his wild'gyrations.
: ; .: .G *. {1u A ;F +s
Now if you think SoJ

I'm lying ask any- CABANA SETS
sties : ,. -#:
one who went to the ia
'rI'I}' ite p "r
S :
yt !
"black a nd'w ite" \,, .
or who attends the : \t'a coolly unlined! 2.w .

-tea'chers' brawl" x std vv ti'xt
y:: ? ,.: r:.. Great way for a guy to steal
next week. The. c r p;,:. the sea scene! Handsome 2- .
group dances andgeneral a L, 6 8 pievecaanasetsfraina' :xs
act i one s ". "better maker" remark-
ably reasonably I priced! .
will make think {/7 C.B.V.* ;
you ..m }s' ;_' Shown here: hand-screened fl a -8. A- is.
that the audience t C.,6., rayon challis with coat top,
has "gone native."' j.ryy;. :_,n-.! boxer trunks: geometric- +-- y i .d!,
,,{ print polished cotton with"shirtjac"
Pretty lasses in .I -L;7r' top.box e r r aN
lovely gowns lo ok :. ,, a: : trunks. Sizes: SML.COMPARE .

as tho they are tlf.'f AT $8.95 VALUE!
i 1f
trying t o throw j ?
off all o f the .CO 'l \.Ui
shackles that civilization "$ .9; . . .

has placedon

them and try to '; .< ;4' 1rM MEN'S WASH 'n' WEAR
"get with it." One ., $ (,'
night at one of /4k : uU
these affairssomeone : "w "BABY CORD" PANTS

i s going to : &yj 'ii I IIJ Cool breeze!
native;' I' 1U as on ocean Light-weight cotton
really get ?: v "baby cord" pants are easy to wash, 9 9
and rip off the
7 fjj1i: drip-dry smoothly. Blue or gray: Sizes 29
last vane er o f :.4;f to 42.
culture they have S lj. *
around themtheirclothes. t 1!i COMPARE AT $3.98 VALUE! C.B.V.

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has been bedded for 1, t; (
more than a week 1. "'",.....,:.'-<.:.h,..,, .'*",:""ti.. I Idk'S ,. ;t
in Brewster withan 'ff '''''' : "
attack of pneu- .
monia is recovering I n TCASUALS: :

nicely..James War- { $ y..

ren,formerly of NAS 'fa
and Fla. Normal Ptgp rL

blew in town this 1 < Feather-light casual shoes in top quality I leather .

week-end with cards \ 4_ 6 7 lets your feet "breathe"! Longwearing

.saying he's a Sun SIZES bouncy foam rubber soles. Choose

Oil ley Rivera rep..and Harris Shir-'' 6 to 12 C.B.Y/ black,white or maple-tone leathers and

real shoe comfort!
give yourself
is practice teach- gA.
SSKX-," NSi ?tffef > :43T s
in Hastings.
ing ? & 4C i t
Hugn Wilson, Tropfir i

pappa. ,i s chinchilla a proud- 7890 NORMANDY BLVD. 48th St. C.B.V.. means i

having gifted fieiweefi Pearl &Main t.I/y./r. ..Iti1...pk. h.c.tff.4
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;him with two pairsof k /flN to r ,baby chinchilla. 1 : 1 $ 1 12-6 iPiM / 1 / FJVIAppliance ywAMr NhMIWib h

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