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Title:
Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
August 12, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

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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- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
August 12, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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- .
Funding:
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
System ID:
UF00028362:00421

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; eld Fault Of CountyKoeman creep the two "Expediters"

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Before Sentence For Robbery -wv plan to use "Expeditors"as

In Youth's Death tt
Terminates ." proposed by Commissioner -
Louis H. Ritter
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MACCLENNY Judge George Patten Tuesday ordered a Unheeded complaints of ,a Jacksonville civic group to arlier this year. After

pre-sentence investigation for Elbert (Ed) Koelman of the Duval County ,Commission magnified themselves- tre- endorsement by the Commission -

mendously August 10.. with the
accidental
: Jacksonville who pleaded guilty to an April 2 .break-in drowning ofa City Engineer BillL.
14-year old Negro boy in a sandpit in the Holly Oaks
at Baker County Courthouse<<;>> Bryant prepared Job
section of SOuth Jacksonville. :
Koelman a.}ong with Al l. classification'specifica-
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I snich three passengers'were
; House, widely known "Jail- The victim Robert Brooksof but the reply was that the tions. The Expediters will

house Lawyer, pleaded l riding and was pursued 1395 Caysey Lane, drownedin owner started his digging serve property owners in a

guilty last June 5 to the : 30 miles by Yarbroughbefore the football field-sized before a law was passed move to ease plans for improvement

courthouse breaking and i I being captured. sandpit when he stepped into which required safety mea- ,< --.. -'--- ... -. .: -'-- -.. ..' of' streets,
Koelman, known locallyas
entering. a deep portion of the sures around such areas. curbs and gutters in various

According to Baker i County the "Town Crier" was pit and sank. A swimmingCam Mrs. Capps revealed that Victim of Segregation -- Carl Graham, 15, points to sections of the city.

Sheriff Ed'' Yarbrough a familiar figure on the I.campanlon. children swam in the pit al sand-pit pool which claimed the life of his friend, Cut of the nine. tot take

Koelman and House entered local scene during political Carl Graham, 15 summer, and one mother injured Robert Brooks. the test on July 5, five

the courthouse last Easter campaigns when he and two unidentified white herleg rescuing a assed. They are Richard

Sunday and blew into the usually used a sound truckin boys tried vainly. to find child who was caught in Wilson Russel Henderson,

tax collector's office and support' Qf candidates.the various. him and finally had to run the pit.Duval Jax Minsferal"Sig.; ; Chain"States Edward J. Norman, Samuel

also a vault in the clerk'.s political for help.Douglas. Washington, and Joseph D.

office.The Appearing with his lawyer Capps, 1569 Holly Stand On Segregation/ Pauline in that order by

explosion was heard and a group of character Oaks Lake Road 'East recovered grades scored on the test.

by several citizens who witnesses before Judge Pat- the body but wws Body Hits Rev. J. T. McMillan, pastor of Grant Memorial AME According to information

called Sheriif'Yarbroug8h.Koelman '' 'ten 'Tuesday_ Koelman.3 heard, unable to revive Brooks. S h F nd U'eor Church' took a bias at segregated practices ol the filtering in from unofficial -
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was arrested: near the court order the pre- Residents of the area c South and Jacksonville in particular at the 'Ministerial* sources,' looai"men-in-the-know" -
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the scene. Meanwhile, sentence investigation. have gone to the County Interdenominational Alliance Mass Meeting, Tuesday suspect -

House took over a car in A small amount of money Commission on two occassionsto A request has, been ,issuedto nJg. t. August: (8.. at Bethel: AME Church. that certain deals
J Alter a brie introduction, -
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which three passengersHouse taken from the fe.was have something done to the Duval School Board had already been made to at
Rev. McMillan gave the EndsShooting
took in later recovered.rickloyers' ensure the safety > chil- seeking its investigative Triangle least two of the five, in
over a car stand of the Ministerial
dren in the.area. Copps action into thedisburse- ack-
Alliance. '' The Alliancehas purely political

Union Protests 'stated that in February, ment internal account funds never had the spirit In room" pacts, before the

'1958, and Novembrr 1960 of.the various county.
that they wanted to be the An involved love-triangle results were given. However -
Ic the Holly Oaks Forest Community schools. lone leaders; they only the Civil .Service
City Commission's Job Bias resulted in the arrest of
Club went. before This action was taken by Board announced on Thursday
wwnt to be an Integral part Theadore Roosevelt Tatum,

Jacksonville bricklayers voiced strong protest to theoutward.showof the County Commission to the Duval Budget Commis- of the movement..., h e of 837 Duval St. the August 11, that no selec-
try to have the pit either sion during last Monday had been made as yet.A .
? bias presented by the Jacksonville City, sai d. charge of aggravated assault tions
fenced or filled in. night's meeting when a reso-
Commission in recent job-letting situations. His talk was based on a in the shooting of decided 'build-up of

A spokesman for the localNo. the new bowling alleys Capps the man who retrieved lution condemning payments religious theme: "Ye shall Miss Julia Statum, 25, 4653 interest in the selectionof

2, Bricklayer s Unionof being built on Edgewood I the body from the ct funds to the NAACP and Know the Truth and The Flynn Avenue.The the two men has gripped

Avenue .not} to be confused pit WJB the spokesman for Truth Shall Make Free." local citizens Many have
Florida proportedlythe the purchase ,of.alchohplic you victim, Miss Statum,
the at the 1958 eon-
oldest union in Fla. with the Continental Bow- group beverages for coaches' Jta his remarks to the states that on Saturday voiced the opinion that
ling Lanes iri the vicinityof ference. It is said that ,
revealed that repeated banquets was passed. group of approximately 500 "evening' August 5, Thea- there should be no politi-

attempts have been made to Edgewood and Cleveland the County Commission was Spearheading the offensive people, McMillan averred dore Tatum who she admit- cal influence in the selection -

employe on collapsed, and so far, no asked to get the owners to criticized of "Freedom 'is based upon of the men.
get Negroes against use ted likes her and who had

the new City Auditorium rectifivation has been made do something, about the pit the funds which are raised truth.no liar will ever given her financial assis- Officer Young

but to no avail.A to the adjoining walls. from extra-curricula projects be a deliver of freedom." tance numerous times to aid

constant appeal to the This structure being Mass Meeting 'w Commissioner He blasted opponents who with rent and bills came .Nabs 'Shine' Man

City COmmission erecting by The Smith Construction declare that Negrntts only
Jacksonville Joseph C. Sessions who to her home. City Patrolman Marvin

has brought ,only Co. hires no Slated MondayJax while reading' from numerous want economic equality not She stated that Tatum had Young's hunch paid off

promises, but no consideration Negroes and reports pointto school internal funds audit social equality when he on another occasion told Tuesday, and as a result,

of any. kind. faulty workmanship. reports, cited so-called -"Negroes cannot her to stop two tinning an Illegal whiskey sales
members of the Inter- stated:
6 The union's
During the recent buildingof spokesman discrepancies which resulted have economic equality him or he d bust a cap in man has been apprehended
denominational Ministerial
the new City Hall, it sardonically declared that in the move to have the without social equality.. her ----." When Tatum aldng with two other men.
Alliances are urging all
was reported a few Negroeswere many of the white contrac- organizations and civic- matter brought to the a- What is school but social? went to her house Saturday While patroling his beat

hired for a few days, tors learned their trade is but another boy friend, Moses along 812 W. Union St. ,
What
minded citizens to meet ttention of the School government
then released.The from the Negroes who now social.We want total Johnson, of 444 Wl 18th St. Young noticed a man acting
with them during the gigan- Board.
business manager of find themselves fightingfor equality and ,we want it answered the door.DAYLIGHT suspiciously. The patrol-
tic public mass meeting
the union white is also survival.The Sessions read a Long man, unbeknown to his
scheduled for Monday, night, noncompromisingly.Moving
the business manager of ironic twist to the Branch School internal into his discussion ROBBEDBY quarry followed him to 810
,
the white union No. 19, entire situation is that Aug. 14 at 8 p.m. in ace.lint audit covering the WHITE/ I BANDI.T W. Union and silently followed -
the wants
of what Negro
but he he I Ebeneezer Methodist Church May 1, 1958 to June 30, r him of
reportedly avers in previous years, seme of McMillan declared that the up a flight
Clay. and Ashley'Sts.Re
cannot do anything about : the largest structures in : 1960 period which showed a _Daylight Groceries Edgewooand <
..J. B. F, Williams Negro is going to take advantage I I stairs.
Jacksonville.. $28 payment to the NAACP Avenue B branch store
the situation. Negroes stated'that the iministerial of every crack in When he entered the open
from a trust,account. The held up by an unidenti- ;I
hay aided in the erection was
Meanwhile, white s group plans to give a ,pro- the wal <,of bias that the ,doorway Young saw the man
contractors commissioner stated, the fied white bandit. Thursday
of the Prudential Building, .
has siphoning moonshine whis-
report, on its civil Federal government
are cornering the and other buildings gress report failed to show night August II, and rob 'I
many rights also the \ ket from a five gallon cant
cream of the program .
masonry Jobsin in townl whether the money came opened to him. The aim, bed of about $900. accordinto
monies. collected'to Iinto, some half pint bottles.
amount of
Jacksonville and stated was total free-
even Moses Thompson is the from teachers* or studentsand he store manager William I
in the date and will reveal Young -then arrested
Negro areas, the ?
the purpose of its.use. .
of, the local dom. Japour.The
president: Johnny Milton, 27, of 812
various
further plans on
Jobs
are given to white union, and Henry; Stewart is L an don:.High _School. during "Golfing is included.... bandit walked In near
projects to be carried out W. Union St. and also
contractors. The new bar the ,secretary. the -July 1, 1958 to June Swimming is Included.. ." closing time, shoved a bag
Duval James Andrew BracewelU 52
anrfToungefceing erected in County.An ': .
10. 1959 showed invoices
on Edgewood Avenue was let Woman PI.ads ajpeal will be made totaling expenditures of The aim of the Negro now and a gun to Mr. George resident of the house, for
is to strive less to be a
to a white contractor, and Sunday in the churches see- 'and. a gun to Mr. George possession of a'halfpintof

the City Commission declared S!tf ProtecfimJ king the full support of $191.35 for purchase for of great Negro, and try; harderto Williams,, and demanded the shine.
alchoholic beverages
1,. aftrrward. that it all civic minded Duval be a great American. He money.He escaped in a' : Thomas Milton 29, of 720
banquets and
was not awarejof the: sit- J' DAYTONA BEACH Claiming residents Rev. D. B. Barnes two coaches' .. backed up his statementwith 54 or '55 Chevrolet drivenby Madison St. and brotherof
that the Victim attempted to meeting. the facts that we are who was
accomplice
uat i on. publicity director stated.A an Johnny Milton was found
Last week, it was reported assault her. Mrs Alice Tol-; The meeting however,bring living in a world with waiting the Avenue B side by Young asleep on the

by a bricklayer who.! SP ec- bert, a 25-year .old. "housewife -' bring out one, Important. government-back freedom )f the store. front porch: He waa'.&1 .oi.,
; Voteless People factor; the internal funds in both UN and our nation ,
the
ted admitted to July the 1 Japour reportrd that a cashier '
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the'building
himself, arrested and
t '16 ,fatal shooting here of48year Is a Hopeless _People are not part of the school '8 Constitution. Mrs. Rosa Broadnax, charged with
that ,
one wall
.of .
of for
one
I vagrancy loitering
REGISTER NOW budget and do not come under Rev. 'J. B. F. Williams r.
old scrap aetal ,; saw the unman approaching, '
[: So You Can te' supervision of the Rev. B. D. Bar- a I around a shine establish
*" -* dealer Oscar .Moore-it'waa'ftnn'nnnr.Ari ;V presideat. I, but she was terrified with
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::: ;' THI FLORIDA STAR. Ijtr-ms ONE 1$FmHOllE : ; ,.. ,.. Politics As Usual" .,ti

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Diplomats
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ALYSON I. WISE..:......................................:...........Newt EcItor .

HILDA WOOTOJ................,............_........:....Orederton MeeN.rNWNpCE'i ..-:.-.. .:.: In South's Trouble Spots. .

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2323. Mencrtof .......,........_..-........-............JFhene....Kjln 4-6782. t 4:.t i iF t7E Washington i D.XC.-The United States Department of State

Moiling :A&rttfi -- is hard pressed to satisfy the request of African diplomats

P. O.. lox 561, Jacksonville 1, WorW0 i and-official guests who want to visit this country.
-- Strange as it may seem Little Rock, Montgomery( Birmingham -
SUBSCRIPTION RATES I > "l ;41 a N and New Orleans are some of the most requeste
Ono Year, |3.00j Half Year fS-00 1 '
Mailed To'You Anywji.nln Th. United States cities by visiting Africans.
Subteription Payable In Advanot. Send Check or Monty Order To: oS. In the case of diplomats and VIPs this 1.
'FLORIDA STAR-P. O.lox 6tJACK60NWLLE',1FLORIDATHE w"t' kt presents only a small I problem because
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FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: r. t their dress and passport, plus the

1. Qty and County CIvil Service Jobs lUL 1. '... watchful eye of the State Department,
them with all I the
2. Ntgro Rood Patrolmen. provides protection
3. Ntgro Firemen o',. :to they need. But when they doff the i r native

j... I 4. Moro Negro Pollco Officers ti t dress and goof: f on their own, that
5. More Squad Cab for Negro Policeman :' is when the, problems really begin. For a
i KKK long time the official position of SINPGON

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State NAACP OrganizationsAttack the Voice i of America and the State" Department seems to
be "Don[ 't believe a word, i it i Just communist propaganda -

Bias In 'Guar '-CD .' ,"' but the number of reported i insults I have become

',' I too numerous to ignore-so now the position has changed

An official of the Florida National Guard has issueda r t to, "YesI) we have our problems, but we are working hard
statement in which it is set forth that the "Guar'd to correct them." This argument takes substance when

as a "State organization made up of volunteers, :has told by Robert G. \Weaver, Andrew T. Hatcher and the

always drawn {membership from the white ablebodied Qr ',OV Qa other Negroes of the "New Frontier". However i it i is much

citizens of the state. f ---- better to avoid problems and embarrassment than to make

"{ts a state organization..1 f he continues, "sufficie THIS CHALLENGE. : MUST BE MET IN MISSISSIPPI OR LOSE OUR.. Ae.tm.D LEADERSHIP[ amends. !
white volunteers have joined the Florida National Guard But Little Rock and Nbntgomery( notwithstanding, travel

to'neet'all Noted{ unit strength requirements conditions across the country are constantly improving
eliminating the necessity for enlisting Negroes.As : :
Your Weekly for minority groups. Although racial extremists are located -
citizens of Florida, and with a membership that mainly i in the Southern states, no state can be
numbers many who have served in the armed forces of our ., Horoscope Guide .. said to be entirely free of discrimination. For this
country, the Florida State Conference of Branches NAKP "
% reason, the l'96l-62 issue of 00- considers this policy of rank racial discrimination in ,' r Which Arc Your- Lucky Days For MOTORING" ,with its large listings I of hotels, motels,

the Florida Guard, as being against the best. interestof ""'::- ', 'Business; -, Love Travel resorts, lodges and other travel facilities in all 50
the State of Florida and the Nation.: / /- states, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean, paves the

The NAACP has beer aware of this discriminatory policy By PABLO?, The ASTROLOGER way for happy vacationing or trips free from humiliationand I

fora long time. We consider it a denial of a constitutional I embarrassment.:

right when able bodied citizens are prevented ARIES I:I LEO I!
fran in the forces because of r I i I Owners and managers of all facilities listed in "GO"have
serving military color. Born March 21 thru April ,19 Born July 23 thru August 28 ,
agreed to accept all I desirable guests wi thout regard -
This statement only indicates the need for revamping about the results you are
call for There always is the I
There Is 'no any
guard units so that citizens can. receive adequate training aiming for. Set the : to race, religion or nationality.i
changes, unless it be possibility that you HTI
Is service (business
used-by organizations; ,
I not based which
on a quota system or an emergency
to apply the establishedrules have takenwarnings : value on yourself and !
fraternal civic and religious) libraries, members of
necessitates hurried enlistments often resulting In
poor even more strictly.Do lightly, up till now. capabilities. The
your the Armed Forces, travel agencies, AAA and other auto-
training. not question orders Should this be so, you of
possibilities carryingout
I mobile clubs, as an added service to their members.
Failure to accept Negroes in the National Guard is in that are handed down may suffer setbacks affecting your objectives are "GO".is i a.lsp. already reference.forU.S.govermieotagencies :

our opinion, just as discriminatory as failure to accept from above, in order to your career and I I considerably enhanced on Washington i SSles; the Travelers Aid tociely
Negro children In non-segregated schools. Both are a protect your future income prestige (24th) A few the 31st. and Volunteer Travel Counselors at the United Nations.
waste of potential man power which is essential to the : and long-range projects mild aspects should be "GO" has been published by the Andrew F. Jackson Associates -
6-20-22-16-67-622
nation in times of emergency. (27th) Your own helpful in getting you CAPRICORNBorn Inc. 207 Florida Avenue," N. W./ Washington,

CIVIL DEFENSE IN FLORIDA I SEGREGATED behavior could be on to revise your 'ideas, to Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19 D.C. for nearly a decade.' The current issue, its ninth;
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Unlike the Guard .which has no Negroes; Civil Defense trial, and your closestassociates ; your ultimate);advantage You could be particularly edition stlls for $1.00."GO" includes in addition to

conducted on a racially segregated basis. In Hillsborough, may figure (26th,28th, and 30th) annoyed by the the most up-to-date accommodations, a map of major U.S.

during a drill areas were set up as shelters for "Ne- among your severest 510111441511VIRGO failure of others to Highways( points of interest and a historical sketch of
groes" and "White." Atom and Hydrogen bombs know no judges. Accept oppor- measure up to the each state. "GO" also lists the 25 states a nd

race. Civilian Defense should be conducted for the good tunities to give a better standards you yourself the district of Columbia that have statutes prohibiting
account of yourself.73O99l292739. Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 live by. The lunar discrimination in places of public accommodation. It
of all citizens. In the event of attack, time, not race
will determine where an individual seeks protection.For -- Extreme pessimism on eclipse is only partial, also carries the texVof letters from Governors of

these reasons, the NAACP is petitioning the Governor : TAURUS the 24th, could be offset I and it may help in. states where "GO" readers are welcomed officially.
Born April 20 thru May 20' by exaggerated optimismon averting serious mishaps
of Florida to consider a change in the policy of.
You may have to be very the 27th. You would I during travel. There may
the National Guard with regard to Negro enlistments and be minor pleasures and
: careful about the company encounter less wear and .
the ending of discrimination in Civil Defense. ._ you keep (25th.Extremes tear on your pocketbook, better understanding on National United Way Leaders Elected I

The Association shall also bring to the attention of of pessimism and opti- and nervous system, if .the 26th, 28th and 30th.

proper Federal Agencies, the announced statement con- mism may be engendered you stick to the middleof 8-70-33-18-83-873
cerning Guard Units in Florida as an inducement toward by wide disparities in the road. You can L I AQUARIUS ti"at M1R
such 3ora Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18 *
breaking down discrimination.
the news and current influence the future You may feel as if you
events (24th) thru course of your life by have nothing left to

27th. A much happier taking yourself in, hand, which you can look
\ ..JLEFS TAKE situation prevails and imposing necessaryselfdiscipline forward (24th) The

during the balance of (30th) lunar eclipse is not

the month and you 2-50-68-15-52-256 likely to brighten your -- .

"Sorre of the most arbitrary and shortsighted. practicesto should find yourselffree LIBRA I spirits either, and you _

be found in American Schools are the fruit of local i) at last, to get Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 I may have a financial
action child whose moving toward your long- setback to boot. Summon
...a educational growth is stunted bya '
Now have lunar
a
stupid teacher Is no better off because the t board who range objectives. you material resources to
eclipse to contend with help you shoulder the
hired her to pay a political debt was elected by the 9-40-77-17-64-947 in addition to your other tasks on the 31st. V+ / t

townspeople." GEMINI problems. Do notchangeyour ...... ,. ..... "' ,..,,
Born ,May 21 thru June 18 2-80-22-14-48-282 '>'<"'m
The above renarks which made Dr. John H. Fisher
were by job, of your own .
Make it your unDleasanttask ._. _: "_ ... '_.'II
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dean of Teachers College, Columbia University at a recent to cut down on expenses volition, until you have Newly elected u top volunteer official of the national association
conference of top educators at Stanford University :had more time to evaluate PISCES serving the United Way movement are Ining A. Duffy
are
in all departments, J Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 ,
tfe'conflicting (left) vice president General Products Group Ford Motor
certainly apropos to our local school system.In if there are Increasing all Company; and Joseph A. Beirne, president of the Communications
I recent years we have heard much talk of improving indications that elements. Do not permit You can be oversensitiveor Workers of America AFLCIO.Mr. .

the quality of instruction in the public schools of our cannot afford to you do relatives or neighborsto emotional on occasion, Beirne has been elected chairman of the executive "commit
state. Just this week our appointed corrmittee become Involved in tee and Mr. :puffy has been reelected president of United Com-
(governor a :
and this is when you can
otherwise. The signs, munity Funds and Councils of America, the national associationthat
to make a study of the various curriculums incur tin this respect, seen problems that should lose the grip on your serves 2,200: < >> United Funds and Community Chests. Mr. Beirne
schools. (In other instances the legislature passed new concern the family alone was also reelected a vice president
self. Take an example
on the 24th seem .
of UCFCA.Mr. untary health and welfare agencies
(27th)
laws which require teachers to.meet additional and more rather compelling.... The from your more hardened Duffy stated that the [ in 1961. This is an Increase
.These 1-30-55-17-37-135 friends to election of Mr. Beirne to this of $20 million over the previous
requirements well
rigid steps ,are and goOd but one bright spot of this trying position emphasizes the fact
the root of the evi I has not been touched. last quarter may be SCORPIOhe emulate their reactionsin that "organized labor Is a I year.Also reelected vice. presidents
We in Duval County are aware of what' politics can do found on the 31st. "lunar eclipse (25th) the face of dif- strong and cooperative" partnerin of the national association were:
We is not a good symbol for ficulties The federation activity. He cited C. Virgil Martin, presidentof
to a school system. have watched hassle. over a 5-20-88-13-72-528 (24th) a recent statement by George Carson Pirie Scott & Com ,
school budget for the past several weeks. We know that CANCER requited love, or thematerialization lunar eclipse may indicate A. Me any president of the pany. Chicago; Edgar B. Stern

our county occupies one ,of the lowest spots on the lora JOB*;,*) ikra Jmlr' 81 of a discords in your .A F L-C have I 0, that the official"your campaigns and castht Jr.. president-Company of ,WDSU New Orleans Broad

school financial ladder (in the state. We also shouldbe heart's desire. You may personal and public "relations wholehearted endorsement of and Frank( H. Woods, president:,
aware of the fact that many of the points being raisedIn The estrangement that remains find It more 'fulfillingto but they should the AFL-CIO because this is the Sahara Coal Company Chicago.
way, the sound way, to do the : .
Frank H. Ricketson, Jr. of Denver
the discussion are the results of political I axes being as possibility forget business for not be too serious or job." Colo. was elected a vice
ground and personal differences. (24th) is not likely to the time being and prolonged. "'8oooooo'JtI1Ie4 For 1901 : president *

Wa'are also aware of the many inefficient persons in be checked by the lunar devote' yourself to the 7-20-55-h-25-725 A final report on the results j Walter M. Upchurch, JrM: secretary
the teaching profession In our county. Many of have eclipse of the 25th. If pleasures of the1' good of the campaigns shows that a of Shell Companies
: them! total of 1478 million was. Foundation, New York was re-
their positions because of political connections., When you can manage to get by old sa ertise.. tributed last fan through con-'J elected treasurer. Mrs. J., H.' 1''
Funds and Community Means of.Boston was elected if
politics rears Its ugly head, all of the laws of the the 27th without widening 4-80-77-18-87-487 for the support of 28,500 acre tarY. I

land will not improve the.situation.' Only firm and I intelligent the gap that has been ICE.HOROSCOPE( III .-- ---
I action.by the J parents'of the children who are created, your prospectsof SAGITTARIUS ATTENTION READERS

the victims of the "system" can cure the. evil.. Parents closing it soon after Lars .Key.ikm Dte.* 21 held that for dots gout tat Band fataro date Pleas Bring or Sead fCkorcn Your ,

must take a greater interest In the operatlon'of the considerably enhanced.The The lunar eclipse ,(25th) of birth pits envelope s ielfaddraaaad for- Newa 9 Club. Notices & llsaaonmces.sb '
local schools. hey must\ take action on natters other 31st is an ideal day is not calculated to this horoscope rtadiag
aad other aaorit latex. To.The FLORIDA STAR Early a
than narchjng'tinde and choral society llsunderstandl to consult your :frie ode, 'simplify your problems' Mtioa. Sod to: '
You owe It to your child to find out what is being taught and to uproot the causes But as, long as it Is only ASTROLOGERS. QJIDE DEADLINE FOR NEWS IS
to him In school. how It is being taught and who Is tot tully or.partnership partial around these p. O.1bc 7I'4L NOON
. teaching It. ". I controversies.: parts, you maj still hive MaES I l.rJLlPatU TUESDAY
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Three Tim. Winner .' U. S. Justice Department Filet Heroines Of Jericho Install Officer, II



Suit Against Airport Bias

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MONTGOMERY Ala.... Citing a Dec. 5, '1980. U. S. Supreme 1

Court decision prohibiting terming 1 segregation as
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.applicable t 0 terminals and also a Federal Aviation Act .

forbidding discrimination in air, transportation, the 1

Justice Department filed suit in. federal "court here

Wednesday, demanding that Negroes be allowed, use of all .,w 11 z _
facilities of this city's municipal airport including
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'drinking fountains and restaurants. ;l li

'E Named as suit defendantsare 4

: the City of Montg emery, J.F.IC Appoints :
the local beard of commis- : T I

sioners, and Ranch Enterprises T
PAT R I CIA. DAVIS ,- 'Negro Judge
Inc, operators 'of ;
r' FORT LAUDERDALE-While the "white' only' airport: ...
in North Carolina at the restaurant. < .. WASHINGTON--If he ,is
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Southeastern RegionalElks While Gov. 'John Patterson confirmed by the senate. R

Oratorical Contest, accused U. S. Atty. Gen. this fall. Cook County
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Patricia Davis was a- Robert Kennedy of "picking Judge James Benton -Parsons -
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warded a $1300 scholarship on" Alabama, Kennedy in will become the

to study at the I.turn replied that the suit first Negro ever to. attain f.

Institution of her choice >was, instituted rby at the a life tenure on a

,f To achieve this honor, {request of the Civil Areo- U.S. District Cqurt' .,..
she was acclaimed first autics Board and-the Federal bench. 1. '
1 OPftCERS INSTALLED--Public installation of all officers of th'e
Heroines of Jericho in Duval and
place winner in the con Aviation Agency. Judge Parsons was named
1 adjacent counties were held Monday Aug. 7 in Masonic Temple, 410 Broad St. beginning at 8 p.m.
test. to a U. S. district
The ent kit was
govern The .brief program rendered with Deputy A.M. Prazier
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directing, highlighted the event. Officersof
Prior to this occasion, learned,*had received numer- judgeship for Northern
the 'Queen of the Nite' were also installed., A delicious buffet luncheon was served by the
she was winner of the bus complaints about Illinois Wednesday by
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segregation
Captain of the Host and her
committee.
Members shown
from left are: Heroine Lois-CainRoyal
district and state at the lIinicipa 1ly- President Kennedy .
oratorical contests Queen; G.R.Q. Laura Campbell; Royal Scribe Rosa L.. Johnson; Heroines Wilhelmina Young, Reporter

pperated \\ftfport from ,. Annie Grant; Mariah H. Gardner, Maude Huston, Ruby Robinson. Hattie Jackson Ledessa Johnson, .
which were held in Fort iforeign ,and local travelers ,
PATRONIZE
} Lauderdale. Her subjectwas end visitors to Tuskegee May belle Taylor Eliza Lovett, Biter Brill, and JanieF., Cannon. Deputy A. M. Prazier, installator.
and Heroine Gloria F. Best, seated.
,'The Negro and the Instl'tution. bcated seme
Star Advertisers (Florida Star Photo
Constitution.' )
p5 miles east of this city. (

On Aug. 21, she will -- .. I
journey to New York to I -- '(:.s: 1. '.;..t:: Vocational Sets Special WorkshopADULT II

.comPete in the 'National I i: 11W
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.Oratorical Contest. "' ; "'' > e rs:0: n e 11 and other

Patricia is the daugh- ;::t i : 7.. .. .gff ;: i-Z1'.' :,;: -i The from the
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Davis of Fort Lauderdale : < : u cat ion will be

I Florida. She was, a ; ,;:''''''':.':\".,,. + ?\,,;.. =' gin at Stanton .
-:' ::::: r High School
: popular member of the 1> : 1' The emphasis in the
August 14.
1961 graduating classof \ \ kshop will b e
will be held
Dillard High. Whilein 4 on methods.
morning, August
school she was Total charges for the
ginning at 9 a.m.
secretary of the Student < are $27.00. Three
school, 521 W.
,Council member of the Street. County'P ) semester hours of

Library club chorus credit
The workshop
and Zeta Amicettes. She / be given.
; conducted by
was also an honor roll :i_ : Norwood, Persons interested are

student. ., d to
contact William
Her future plans are -..',.."'....' ':--,",'.''' ..' ...'..",..",'' J "...." Extension Sweet, Stanton Evening
:.".:..."' .., _".,-,. '.:.. f fN Florida A and
to attend Southern University .,.. '. ,. .',i:, between the hours
in Baton Rouge, .'.. ,. .,,...:,.'.,...'., iversity,
i: Florida. Othe three and ten p. m. or
Louisiana where she r \ .,. rY sultants from EL 6-5581 for 'ad-
will major in law.
A and M, Duval inform'tion.
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Y a v "4a a WHEN YOU ABE 'ILL

.. ; You Seek Th Beat Doctor
Rights Suit : i ar
When Your Doctor PrtaerlbM
Get Experienced PlurmadtiiTo
Fill Your Pmcrfpticw .
WASHINGTON Three suits .
According!. To Your Deetert'Ordars
charging denial of Negroes = I We UM Oaly

voting rights have ... .i :.:. .. '. The Bet! Quilliy Drugs Ai r
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been filed by the Justice '.. Dr.
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Department under the 1_ .
Civil Rights Acts of a C- _.t r' .Ll.fi __ ." ,....._ '.:!',',> / { ,, 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU

1957 and 1960, it was
announced. MAN TO HAN TALK-President John F. Kennedy listens attentively as Bishop Stephen Gill LILLY'S DRUGSTORE

Deputy Atty. General Spottswood, reads NAACP statement calling for civi+ rights legislation now. A 11 told,

Bryon R. White said local 1,250 NAACP delegates left the organization's 52nd. annual convention site in Philadelphia, 1907 Kings Road ELgin 3-8276
officials in Montgomery Pa., to ride the "Freedom Train" to Washington and lobby for civil rights. A COMPLETE LINE OF:

County Alabama and Pictured from left in rear are Medgar Evers, Jackson, Miss. ; Calvin Luper, Okla. City, Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candle Sundries

Walthall and Jefferson Okla. Edward Turner, Detroit Jack Tanner, Tacoma, Wash. Dr. Harry Greene, Phila.Rev. PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED

Davis counties in Miss- W. J. Hodge, Louisville, Ir. ; Rev. S. Y. Nixson, Longview, Tex. C. R. Darden, Meridian, .

issippi, had failed to Miss. ; Kelly Alexander, Charlotte, N. C. ; Dr. John A. Morsell, N. Y. C. ; Kivie Kaplan,

take action ending Boston, Mass. Dr. C. R. Roquempre, Wellington, Kans.and Roy Wilkins, NAACP executive

discriminatory practices. secretary, partially hidden. Seated is Miss Joyce Hughes_of St. Paul, Minn.COMMtnCIAi. _
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Marsha Sought 1
WCOOINB AOVCNTISIM HaNc.Ii FLORIDA STARIN .
For Miss. Trials Glamorize Your Next Parly
EVERY With a Sparkling Clear

No wonder
COLORED HOME New'York City--Core Na- ICE

ROYAL ART STUDIO I tional Director James PUNCHBOWL .

TELEPHONE 4.1.94 Farmer asked Attorney : the English
Gene al Robert Kennedyfor

F protect.Federal the marshallsto hundredsof keep so cool !
CLARENCE J SIMON 515 DAVIS BTRCCTJACKSONVILLE
FLAMAKES2f Freedom Riders attorneys -

Zft,? let and world pressin i I i S \\1l 1 I ) tAd :
Jackson for the trialof

1II PB ACY 186 Freedom Riders .- -.., .,...... -1 Js
beginning August 14. I "

leuveMuk' Farmer pointed out Sctaon crystal elaar k* path
I bowls afa baautifuffy tff farartt.UMful. -
that CORE attorneys .and factitt i for partial. ,danca.
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h Keep your tighMdry skin smooth out an 'arde ly and fro flower.n In.fruit There or etttar ia no dacaratiera full .rbetter. .
/ and soft with MOTH>si8 RXBO Our Mt'ice la COIII .....
Neglect of body skin tissues peaceful; series of your ice punch bowl will be dalivarad -.
Nt fotOl.lo c.q..
.during pregnancy may show up trials. The City of day.and..PO 4-4511 up t j
for the rest of your life. This famous Jackson has refused and.
skin conditioner. especi All Seasons lOMDRY
ally compounded to relieve the has ordered-- all defendants -

SKIN BLEACHES discomfort In your of skin.that stretched You'll find feefrIng a. to be present Ice & Fuel Co.

11 aioTBBaS >noera massage can though it will be impossible 5883 Norwood Aye
OLD FASHIONED be:>> soothing for that numbing to try them
In Jell and back, too...Take PO 4-4511
care of your body skin withDi0"NThZf then or even in the next
Sk1nt0. YOU Will MYtT few months. .
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I Teaching Teachnique Classes i'': : SPORJ.ING1TUP



Being Held At Edward Waters. \ BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON '


Dwonstrttioa teaching by' members of the combined class CHARLES (Sonny) LISTON the heavyweight boxer who

In, Inching Social Studies in theJ-Qeaentary and See aul- has Just wound another of his many skirmishes with

ary Schools at Edward Waters College under the leader- John Q. Law has taken a trip to' Denver, Colo. He is

ship of Yr[. Mary..Alice C. Smith instructor in the staying in the home of Father Murphy, ofLoyolaCatholic ;

Division of Education and Psychology, is currently underway w Church. Liston was in line for a heavyweighttitle

asa. final evaluative phase- of the courses. fight with Floyd Patterson before he committedhis

Daring the past seven weeks,, Studies Developing 'Reading unlawful acts which brought about his arrest and

Mrs. Smith has given many suspension by the Pennsylvania ,Athletic Commission.
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interesting lectures inclu- and Study Skills; Visual y Y.r FATHER MURPHY the Catholic priest is very much in

'ding social needs of and ,Auditory Materials ; r- Liston's corner and says he believes his coming to
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Good Schools Better
children, .conditions of ,. Denver is Liston's first step forward to get back in
learning, .basic methods -of Communities; The Need of a ; the good graces of the Pennsylvania Athletic Commission -

communicating with people, Guidance Program in School; .7 and to get rid of the troubles that have

: Measuring Results of Instruction plagued him most of his life. the
kinds of human relationships I Through cooperationof
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; Growth of the & s Father have been for
the difference between Murphy, ways provided the ,
social science and Social Studies Curriculum.Each continuation 'of his training and education under the '

t, social studies, and techniques member*of the class guidance of the Rev. William Wade, dean of St. Louis

of teaching 'social Is required to teach from a 1Li University's philosophy department who is spendingthe
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lesson plan in his particular -
in Denver.
I studies on both the elementary summer

'. and secondary level field under a certain A $10,500 check brings a smile from Dr. Jerome H. Holland (third frog 4eft) president PEOPLE SHOULD STOP TRYING to guess a person's age
grade level. Various techniques and attempting.to relegate an individual into the
The class is Informativeand of Hampton Institute. The Initial payment of a $100,000 drive, to be conductedby
methods, and materials background of old ag'e. While
together wealth they are trying to guess
brings a
tbe* National Hampton Alumni Association presented to Dr. Holland by Dr.
included
used which
were how old Leroy (Satchel) Paige is, he is making another
of ideas from various partsof charts, deaon- William Watson (fourth from left), president of the NHAA.. latching t presentation
maps try at getting back"into the major leagues. Paige is
the state. Student i- stration, and constructionof are 1. to r. Doswell Brooks, Pairmount Heights Md. alumni trustee; Oliver Taylor, I letting people worry about his age while he continuesto

presenting at least five projects. Jr.! director of alumni affairs; Dr. Holland; Dr. Watson; James J. Henderson, Durham, pitch. If everything goes well, the 'grand old man'

equities; of Florida are enrolled Members of the class are N. C., alumni trustee; and Major falter Brown, Hampton, Va., treasurer of thai NHAA. of baseball will be back in the major leagues in a

in the canrse. These Walter Allen, Ada Jo Be- w short time.
j 'students include undergraduate -- I How To Get In Shape I
l .thune Elizabeth. Cobb Hel- SOME BASEBALL PROGNOSTICATERS say Paige is between

as we 1: as in-ser- tonia Ccbb, Mary S Pearson, i 50 and 52-years old. It seems that Paige's attitude to

vice; teachers. Thelma Rolle, Ida M. Samson : the whole matter is, You run your mouth while I run

After several weeks tf re- Barbara Sands, Charles Ii 7 v my business I The grand old man of baseball was a

search-and study, individual Scrlven, Jeanette Simmons member of the Cleveland Indians pitching staff when

members of the class discuss Dorothy Sims, Elmer Tossie, {4t- they won the American League pennant back in 1946.

the. following topics : I I Bertha Wi!:liams, and Free Paige said he has some doubts about being able to

The ';Social, Studies Teacher; Williams. pitch a full game, but he is sure he will be invinciblefor

The Social Development of Nd FTC r pre three innings. If things go well in Kansas City

Children ; Trends in the and General Manager Frank Lane goes along with the

Social Studies Curriculum; Cherokee's 7 idea Old Satch will be a reliever with the Kansas

Social and Educational ObJectives City Athletics. He has pitched for the old St. Louis

of the 'Social cov ers Sf Browns, the Miami Marlins and he is back now with, the

Sept.. 9' RoundUpThe $. !r Kansas City Monarchs 'of the Negro American League.

Miamian: Holds w fi {{ With the Monarchs, he is not the bat boy, nor the

Scouters Round-Up and t. ., k 3 a ze 1 II water boy, nor the grounds keeper, nor janitor around

Top PositionMIAMI Outdoor Campfire of the 'wtk 90P''rs : How do you shape up on the a the park, but he" is s still out there aggravating opposing -

Cherokee District North + beach? Do you feel smart and batsmen.
Florida svelte or would you rather not BIG DON NEWCOMBE IS STILL in the minors and from all
\ Council Bo/ Scoutsof how feel? If
America will be held at iI i- say be lithe you and lovely:you when yearnto you reports, he said he likes it there. It was also reported -

the Myrtle Avenue Baseball I make like a mermaid work on that Big Don has said, he is perfectly con-
before
weight problem the
1. your tented where he is. With such from the
coming
reports
Park at 8
P.m. Se pt. 9th. summer gets a minute older.
<. It has been announced by Summer is the )erfect'time to former Brooklyn Dodger pitcher, many rumors have been
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be a weight-watcher. Heat dulls 1 quieted about Newcombe working hard to get back into
District Scout Executive. '. R. L appetites and makes it easier torefuse
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French fries, hot breads the majors.IT .
A. Sewall that all Troopsof and rich desserts.

.. .. the district are expected Dieting can btf gratifying if IS QUITE GRATIFYING to know how Tommy Aaron is
l ;..... <' you do it with Melozets, the faring in Austin. It seems like the man who wasn't
: .'t. :: ...d: I to be present. He is pleasant-tasting wafers that look
and taste like graham crackers. good enough for the South Atlantic League in Jackson-
also asking Troops t 0 bring NUPTIAL CELEBRANTS--Mlss Brenda Johnson, the daughterof They appease the appetite by ville, is doing mighty well for himself in the Texas
II all flags. I satisfying the feeling of hunger.'
Mrs. Lena Johnson became the bride of Robert Lee Try to curtail calone intake at League. He is batting a mere .317 and just 17 points
The public is
i.. .: I a cordially Brown, the sonof Mrs. Annie Mae Prince Tuesday night lunch. Instead of heavy, filling off the leader's pace.. Baseball fans who attended the

'(fjIIt invited tc attend and see. :I during an impressive ceremony in Bethany Baptist Church food makes that you puts drowsy on, substitute pounds and a games when he played with the Jacksonville Braves
Each ,
} Scouts in action. i Rev. E. L. Wilcox, pastor, officiating., A large attendance reducing wafer and an eight- coup find no fault with him. He certainly played

Scout. is sending a special of relatives and friends attended the reception ounce glass of one.of the popular I first base like a major league veteran and his batting
.'i'"' 900-calorie food beverages. You'll
;;J invitation to his parents, ,,. in the bride's parents' home at 1540.W. 36th Street. The feel better, be trimmer, too. appeared to be just about even with the best on the

groom is serving with the U. S. 'Navy and is assigned ata The metered calorie liquid die- club. The fans were not tne manager, general managernor
and friends to be present. tary aids provide essential nutri-
Susan F. Harris, is California base. tive requirements and Melozets the owners of the Jacksonville Braves but they
currently making history Troop 74 will be in chargeof (Florida Star Photo) prevent morale-shattering hunger were paying to see the Braves win.
the campfire. pangs, and gastric distress
during her current active I FOOTBALL FANS ARE MAKING plans to attend the pro
Sewellis
District Executive i I.
duty tour with the 27th game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the St. Louis
also announcing the PRINTS POINT THE WAY TO HAPPY SUMMER SEWING
Aero>Medical Evacuation Scouters Training C oirse I i Cardinals in. the Gator Bowl Saturday August 26 at

Squadron of the U. s.. Air 7-14-2L i i 8 p.m. They will get a chance to see 'some big name pro
Forcer Reserves serving at to be held Sept. CUNNINGHAMFull It has been said that one a wardrobe must. As a matter football players.

Kelly Field, San Antonio All Scouters are requestedto By EVELYN way for an amateur to decoratea of fact, as soon as winter is -

for thesecourses' room without disastrous.results officially over, many smart
be present
Texas. Major Harris is not is to choose a favorite ladies like to extend a pre
chief nurse .;;, skirts of printed cot- picture with a design and liminary welcome to springby PHOTOGRAPHS FOilOCCASION
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": .23rd .Anniversary Celebrants 1


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Mrs Avis McSmith o!Fort.'taaderdale' was the, house guest LOUISE GUINYARD -

of :Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Ship. 1663 ..'33rd. St. During s t -
her- stay here Mrs. McSmith visitea bet aunt Mrs. Iola : 4 4a New Stanton High School's Glee, Club added inter-

Shipp Ubffltt and other. relatives in Live Oak and Bran- national* lustre to its outstanding post successes when

ford. Pleasant sojourns were spent at< American_ achi, it staged two concerts in Nassau, Bahama Islands July

the Fountain of Youth, and numerals' parties. and activites 28 and 29 for the benefit of the Nassau, Young Men's

| presented in her honor. Christian Association. The famed, 40-voice chorus

.r/re .,- ... appeared before highly appreciative audience at
j- s.s..t.ttstsssststttts'- : .-.:....>,r {}l -.. d db both performances, with standing-room-only attendance.
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'. '. '.' 111I Directed by their noted conductor, _Mrs. Alpha Hayes
I ". .a. Moore, overflow audiences heard the singers Friday
Mrs. Annie Laura Carr and aunt, ,Mrs. Carrie Carr of 862
,, night at St. Andrew's Kirk Hall and on the following
test 28th St. are vacationing in Lcs 1 Angeles as house tT i '1 i' .. '.' F
: night at St. Agnes Auditorium.
guests of Mrs. J Josephine White, sister, a former Jason.tsss.tststssssssts .
On Thursday night, the group was given a reception

,. ;; .which was largely attended by high school studentsand

-b 4' .qx i 'a{ YMCA members. Refreshments at the 'Tasting Party'
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) included delicious dishes prepared by recipes of the

f The Islands which proved to be both Innovating and
,Recent guests cf their parents here were Mr. and Mrs. I

Joseph M. Debose Jr. of lashi ton, D. C. 'who visited Mr. : interesting.Mrs. .
Moore was presented beautiful floral gifts by
and Mrs..Joseph M., Debbie of 1507' V. 6th St. The visitors
a'g. the sponsor's committees which were headed by Mrs.
were accompanied by their two children Debbie and' Andre.sststtssssassstittt .
Dora Sands.
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0 Accompanying the Glee Club, which left Jacksonville.

by air for .Miami and then to Nassau, were Mrs.

Katherine Blanchard, New Stanton' Business Departmenthead

Mrs. Ruth Hills of 1514 W. 22nd.St. Is confined with ; Mrs. Lucille Schropshire, retired science teacher;

.. and Mrs. Lizzie Parrish, treasurer of the Glee Club
,illness in Duval Modica1- enter. ;
S Parents. Mrs. Marie B.- McClain. Glee Club Parents

: president and Charles D. Brooks, Principal of New

ssstsassssstsssssssMr8. : : S Stanton High School, were :Instrumental in making the
; tour possible.

Rosa Lee Wooten of 2211 Myrtle Ave., accompanied by .:. s, While-.. Miami Judge Lawson Thomas was responsiblefor
a her granddaughter, Phyliss Simpson,: left July 28 to visit
-y a sites-of-interest tour for the group.
her niece and family Mrs. Poncella Harbin in Gary, Ind., t
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Female members-of the Glee Club who made the concert
returned to the city Aug. 7 after having reported a most
tour included Philander Baskin, Shirley Benefield,
pleasant vacation there.tttttttstttttttttit.
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') ; Beverly Boston, Willie Mae Bradford, Geraldine Ellis,
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Sue Ann Hester, Jenneve Jackson, Edith Horne, Carol

a. Brown, Sandra Montgomery, Louise Polke, Betty Powell,

Yvonne Mangram, Betty ROyeston, Betty Thomas, Joyce
Mrs. Rixie Cooke, 1128 Harrison St., and nieces Nonnie
Stringfield, Jacqueline Smith, Barbara Mitchell,Beverly
Mae 1/illie Ruth and Shirley Crews, have returned home
Smith, Everlena Smith, Lucy Walton, Sandra Williamsand
following a two months visit with relatives and friends
Gloria Waters. -
.1' in New York and New Jersey.
'5 5 r.S 9 Z k ,' Male members of the entourage Included Wilton Blake,
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Jno. I. Corker, Travis Frazier, McKinley Genw ight,
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.tt.t..t..t..tt "t .Henry. Gardner, Emerson Bryan, Andrew Hollow y, John

r Jlles, Donald Martin, George Martin William Osborne,

s t'Y David Reddick, and guest artist, Miss Jacqueline Smith.
Mrs.. Julia Mae Nash, announcement the engagement and impending -
'--S 3 5- ? .. 0-' Allan T. Moore III, grandson of Mrs. Moore, was a
marriage of her daughter Betty Jean to Robert to-. h a a member of the tour director's staff.

ray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Learand Dennis. The wedding Mrs. Moore, incidentally, is making a remarkable

will take place SUnday Aug. 20 at 5 p.m. in the home of recovery at her Fernandina Beach hQme after being con-

Mrs. and' Mr. Willis Martin 1645 W. 17th St. Friends are fined to Brews ter Hospital upon her return from Nassau.

invited. tttttt.ittt

Mrs. Myrtice P. Thomas of 4332 Jerome Road is recovering -

ts..i..istt.ttttitt.tt nicely after undergoing surgery at Brewster

Hospital. She is the wife of T. V. Thomas.
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Mr. and,Mrs. E. 0. Simpson: of 2434j>oby..st. have returned -=== -- .es- Moii.- r:=- r"" f- '" sttttt.si.t

home after having spent several days with friends in .Mi MR. AND MRS. ARNETT GRIFFIN of 1263 28th Street uniquely observed tneir 23rd wedding Mrs. Margaret Starkes wife of George H. Starkes of

ami. X anniversary Friday August 4 when they invited a few close friends to celebrate the 4432 Roth Drive, S. is recuperating at home after

occasion during a sumptuosly prepared patio-breakfast at their residence. In top surgery and confinement in Brewster Hospital.

stssstsss.t.t..t photo, the Griffins, (background) give rapt attention to their guests' needs while tt.tttttt.s

Mrs. Ada Jackson of New York: Mrs. Charlie Lock Mrs. E. Wright Mrs. Alice Conway Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holmes of 1510West Thirty-
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WeddingBells Mrs. L. Goosby host Griffin Mrs. Mary Harris and William Green appear quite coming marriage of the1r daughter, Blondell Smithto

contented after having completed their meal. Bottom photo shows Mrs. E. Andersonof Oliver MuldrowThe
and other guests seen vows will be recited August 20 in Mt. Zion AMR
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Application.' for_ Marriage -Licenses New York Mrs. Janie Hawkins, and Mrs. Annie Church.
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Robt. L. Ra Y. 1653 W. 17th St.. Robert-L. Brown 1110 Imerson (Florida Star Photo)
21 and Betty J. Nash, 376 Chel- ;St., 18 and Brenda J. Johnson,1, We sat across the table from Mrs. Sadie Tillis at a
sea St. 19. 1540 W. 36th St., 18. I'I recent Wednesday Morning Bridge Session and learned

W. J':.J&nksrRt 9, Box 418-H, Jos. Mann 1222 Oakley St.. 65 Miss E.M.M. White I that she has had quite an eventful summer with oodles
21 an Beatrice Wells 1480-Logan and Jessie M. Huston, 1222 Oak- ending; National Confab and oodles of house guests.
St.. Apt. B, 16. ley St., 56. AH Entertains
and members of her family have
Tillis other
Elbert Brown 1337 Stafford. Charlie Hawkins, Jr.. 1516 Mrs.
St. 35 arid Annie M. Brown, 2904 Madison St 26 and Mary L. Redding PensacolansMr. spent most of the summer at their Lake Crystal home
Pullman, 28. 1625 W. 34th St., 28. in Clermont, Florida, were they welcomed in succession -
Daniel E. Johnson, 2120 Mon Walter L. Wright 6109 Carna4 and Mrs. B. J. Hearn her sister Mrs. Bertha Collins of Philadelphia;
crief Rd., 21 and Maybell Ben- tion Rd., 36 and Mary. F. Sampson -
nett, 1325 E. 28th St., 21. 914 W. 6th St, 30. were recent visitors in her daughter Mrs. Ruth Manning of Berkeley' California
Charlie L. Freeman-J576 W Jacksonville from their who incidentally, is Dean of Girl at Williard Junior

24th St., 35 and Exie Jenkins, Royal l Crown winter home in Pensacola, High School there; Misses Pal Pyne and Betty Riley of
1574 W. 24th St, 38. .. Florida enroute to their Philadelphia; Mrs. Gladys Baldwin of New York City;
Ernest Allen 751 W. Duval St. Bottling
47 and Estella Hayward 1046 W. Company summer home in New York and, Mrs. Florence Turner a resident of Jacksonville.

State St., 36. 1235 SAN MAKCO I VD. City where they will reside Mrs. Tillis stated that many courtesies were extended -

Levi Adkins, 1544 Davis St, for a short period, the visitors, including a cocktail party in
19 and Lola M. Griffin," 1544 Fl 9-4488
then visiting Ohio and the very fashionable home of Dr. George Schanck in
Davis St, 20.
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a party by The Sweets. of Bartow,
South. cousins of Mrs. Tillis.We .
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While in the city, they
1 were the house guestsof are very anxious to summarize happenings on the

101fZ1Jl/J4At.( Miss Eartha M. M. local bridge front, especially with the vacation near--

White. Their many friends ing an end for many players and with the resuming of

a gave them a"" cordial regular meetings by many clubs in September. Sorry,

10 'f IlJ .I welcome.St. Stephens They worshippedat AMEc however, space wont ,permit--'TIL NEXT lEEK THAT IS.


Church, Rev. J. S. John-
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THE WORLD'S MOST son, pastor, also were

MAGNIFICENT BOURBON entertained in the home

ILl .. 1t of Mrs. Marie Mang'ram FREE! FREE! FREE

Singleton. Friends

wn.w wished them a pleasantand fide Up fc DiV iy .rv/c* '
safe Journey.

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Douces feted one of 2735 W. Ecfeewood Av&

DELEGATE--Mrs., Callie Jackson, well-known beautician their members iith; a Phone
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( going away party Friday :
and hair stylist left. Saturday night-for Chicago Ill.
4 when Miss <
night August S {/ /
4 where she is one of the two delegates representing the Cora Bevel who left for M 515B2S Y

Orange Blossom Beauticians' Association 'the annual New York City was enter- 5-9267 I II. S

f conventions of the .National Beauty Culture League Inc. tained at the home of "
and the National Institute of Cosmetology which began Mrs. Mattie Poacher.' 'I.! D. HARRIS RPH. PROP '

Sundfty.Ihlle there, Mrs. Jackson will also attend th e 2125 DanSOD. St. Members "'. OPEN 8:00 AM. TO 11:00: PM. ,;
first annual trade show now in progress.'She is aw6er reported the eveningas

10 YEN*010.'flMKKT BOUttOK WiSW'K! PBOOf*OLD H DIY DIST1UEIS COPHftJU of .City-fide Beauticians' UnionRoyal Nom. being most- enjojablyepeot. ."... ', : .. <. -. 7 DAYS'A WEEK I :,
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t1 f.; .;: :Baptist' ; St. Sfeplt..n'' Abyssinia -Choir' In'.:.Observance Sunc/oV/ : h__ I Shrine,'T :H "ar'top



Announces Consecration : :: ." \ Ministers
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Activities CINCINNATI OHIO-Two

a I BY ROSA L COFHE POT the pastor*official. ; -: ( nationally famous. !_clergymen -

I members snd friends, .Sunday;. l ,' ,,one a Baptist. the othet'. }!
- I The Missionary Society of'becomes"a
historic 'Lk.e a- a Methodist, are scheduledto
which Ural Arabella Calen- letter" day at St. Stephen deliver important addresses -

dar is president, meets Sun NIB Church Fifth and Davis before the 60th annual -

day at 4 p.m. in the church Streets .
of the
cqnx0tntion
. auditorium. Topic for Discussion >
l-' The occasion will be consecration Ancient Egyptian Arabic
f will be: The Only', services for the
i 4 Order Nobles cf the Mystic
lay: to have Peace," Matt.7 .ultra modern, air condition : t: ( .
20th.
Shrine on August
Vs. 1-12. Members anc J
wing which was. recently completed
Dr. Charles M.. Sexton, a
friends are invite at St. Stephen. ,The Minneapolis' Miss. Metho-

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t i ceremony gets underway : tx dist minister, will deliver

INDIANAPOLIS T RIP promptly at 2 and its -
: p.m. f : A ; the Sermon during the annual -
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is expected that a turnaway
';:. Sunday Morning Worship
Congregation members and attendence of members ?x p r .Services The services will

friends who are Interestedin friends will attend the Outstanding be conducted at the Union
taking the trip to Indianapolis event.
Baptist Church (601 Rich-
Ind., .where our After the church had been '
the 11
mond Street) during :
.pastor, Rev. C. B. Dailey, stucoed and repaired under
oo a.m. Worship. period.
,will preach the dedicatory the urging of its pastor RevJ. .

'sermon at St. Paul Baptist S. Johnson in. 1958, the During the Sunday evening
i hour the' shriners will
'Church, Rev. C. J. Dailey, pastor then started the
assembly at the Calvary
pastor, are urged to contact renovatiqn program to erect
Methodist Church (114 West
the church *f or reser- the new building upon a
: .9th Street), for a Memo-
foundation of faith less
vations.Chartered. I
rial to'the deceased membersof
buses will leave one dollar of actual. capi- 22ND OBSERVANCE SUNDAY--Choir 2 of Abyssinia Baptist 'homas, Mrs. Mildred McKnight, Mrs. Maetta Mitchell the Organization.

the church Friday, 'Aug. 18 ta 1.Much. Church has invited groups. throughout the city to sharein Mrs. Beulah Fleming Mrs. Iola Williams Mrs. Myrtice

at 6:30 p.m.SUNDAY'S support was given St their 22nd" anniversary observance which takes place French Mrs. Louise Count, Mrs. Ninzell Clark. Second Stork

Stephen members by both Reed, L. W. Washington Lawrence
Sunday, starting at 3 p.m. in the church auditorium. row from left: George
SERVICES white and colored friends. Program participants already committed are: Choir 1. Phillips Mrs. Dora Lee Evans, Mrs. Easter Mathis, Mrs.Annie Deliveries

According to Rev. Johnson, of Evergreen' Baptist and Choir 2 of West Union Baptist B. Reed, Mrs. Corine Lewis,. RooseveltCount., Mrs.L. .
Sunday School begins at Brother Terrell has laid "' and Rev. B. L. Wynn
which will also serve. Rev Eddy Taylor 'will give the D. McClellian, organist; Mr. and Mrs. Virdin

9:20 a.m. with Superintendei ever brick and stone in the sermon and Mrs. Melvenia Wright will be mistress of pastor. Friends and the general public are invited.Union Brown 1334 Whitner St. ,

G. W. Scott and the.instructors '. new structure. Comparative ceremonies. Members shown from left are: Mrs. Minnie I Girl.
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in charge. The Lesson credit is also given to Bro. Laura 8- street* Mr. and Mrs. Russell
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topic will be "John Mark, J. .Phllyaw and his son.A Penfacosfs i Mrs. Penton's Comm'unityAnnounces Williams 2050 West 1st.

A Young.Missionary.&' Rev. blanket invitation is vents Street Boy.

Dailey will review the lees -' being extended to all citizens State ConfabThe Rites Set For t PresbyterianChurch Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel

on. of this area to atte- Saturday At 4 .me Third Quarterl3'Conferenceis Notes Green, 3846 Freedom Rd. ,

The pastor will deliverthe nd the consecration services annual Sunday School being held in Union Com Girl.

sermon during the 11 a. Sunday, beginning at 2 p. m. and Y.P. H.U.. convention of munity AME Church, Beaver BY L. N. PEARSON SR. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel

m. morning worship. Choir 3 at St. Stephen AME Church, thd Pentacostal Church of and Everson Sts. Friday Elder H. M. Barker, pastoro Harris 5541 Magnolia

and U sher Board 2 will Fifth and Davis Streets. the First Born'.No.. 2., 1631W. .: through Sunday, Aug. 11-13 { Ephesus Seventh Day Drive Boy.

serve throughout the day. 23rd St. begins Aug. 14 ft __ with Presiding Elder T. E. Adventist Church and a grad- Mr. and Mrs. Earl

Districts ''I and 13 will meet Miami Pastor. through the 20th Bishop __ Shehee in charge. uate of the Theological Harris 11402 Fort

in the church annei- 4 p.i; Edward White, host pastor. Sunday services begins Department Arkwoon College, Caroline Rd. Girl.Mr. .

BTU meets at 5:45 p.m. The Dies In Pulpit Elder Sister White will with Sunday School at 9:30 Huntsville Ala., will bring and Mrs. Wilfred

pastor will deliver the MIAMI --- Rev. Epson P preside during the pre- : a.m. with Superintendant C. I the message during the 11 Jones Rt. 1 Box 172
i if inalj 1 messsge of the day opening under a.m. service Sunday.He 0
program super- :
Brown, former pastor of Mt. L. Crane and the Instructorsin Callahan, Fla. Girl.
during the 7 p.m. evening vision of the host church. will be supported by
Olivr Baptist'Church,tSoqtht charge. The 11 a.m. ser- Mr. and Mrs. Israel
services.The "
Miami, died immediately] Miss Beathean Simpson will vice will be delivered by the Westminister Choir with Stallings, 612 Pippin
Male Chorus meets Monday i
Mrs. Rudyne Watson at the
following close of his ser. give the welcoming addressand Rev. Shehee with Choir 2 Street. Boy.
at 8 p.m. for rehearsal
night's' mon Sunday, Aug. 30 at Mt. the combined choirs will and Usher Board 2 serving organ. Sunday School beginsat Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
Tuesday Prayer
9:30 with Superintendent
Calvary Baptist' Church. serve during the program.The throughout the day. a.m. Sharpe 4136 Leonard
Meeting begins at 7 o' clock
I, Rev. Brown was speaking! at convention opens for ; The Baby Contest, spon- Circle Girl.Mr. .
The pastor will conduct the
T. V. Huger and tea-
+the' services of the Minis- business Tuesday morning at sored by the women of the and Mrs. Winchester
Wednesday night Bible Study chers in charge. W. K. Har-
starting at 7 o'clock. ters' and Deacons' Union, of 9:30 o'clock. Topic for MRS. BERNICE DENTON" church as an effort for the Dunbar, 1474 Florida

[Thursday nlcht'8 Boy Scouts [the East Coast Association. discussion: "A King Who .. ...Dies Suddenly annual Women's Day obser- per will direct the singing Avenue Boy.

Eye-witnesses said that as Refused the Right." Tuesday vance, terminates Sunday at with Miss Dorothy Burroughs,
meeting begins at 6:30 o' Mr. and Mrs. Herman
C the minister ended his mes- night's services beginning Funeral services for Mrs. 4 p.m. in the church audi- pianist-accompanist.
Mock. Davis
Jones 1045 St. ,
First Baptist Church,' 1025 sage, he leaned against the at 8 p.m. will be in chargeof Bernice Denton of 923 Cle torium. Grqup captains are Superintendent Huger and Girl.

pulpit in apparent pain.He Pentacostal Church of the veland St. will be held asked to make their final his staff meets Tuesday,
tlessie St. invites all Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
was then taken to the First Born NO. 1. Deacon tsat[ r'da1at 4 p.m.n Zion reports at this time. Aug. 15 at 7:30 p.m. at the
Christians
to share in its Preston 1850 W. 24th
activities, pastor's office in the rear Eddie Thomas in charge.At Hope Baptist Church, Rev Pictures of group captainsand church. All members are Street, Boy.

but died before medical aid 9:30 a.m. Wednesday E. R. Simpson, pastor entire committees will urged to be present.The Mr. and Oscar Stewart
arrived. Devotional services will be Young Adult' Club is.
New Bethel of.fi elating. be made Sunday following 2039 Nealy Lane Girl.
Born in Midway, Ala. in directed by Deaconess Sis- in the process of organi-
Mrs. Denton' passing morning services. All Mr. and Mrs. Willie
1 1899, Rev. Brown came to ter Marie Gates. Topic for zing. A meeting will be r
Baby Con"" occurred Friday, Aug. 4 ina ladies are requested to be Way 1259 W. 22nd St. ,
Miami with held at the home of and .
his family i Mr.
n local
discussion The Rich Young hospital following in attendance.The Girl.
A baby contfsjT will be one 1939. He became affiliatedwith Mrs. Frank B. Pearson 1751
Ruler. At 8 p.m. Minister brief Illness.A regular Class Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
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of- the main features when First Baptist Church, Phyllis Jones will preach native of Georgia she tand;Prayer Service will be University St. Sunday at 6 Benefield 2025 West

the women of New Bethel AME ;''Brownsville, first as deacoi" and Sister Thelma Jordan had resided in Jacksonvillefor held Tuesday night. Choir P. m.Prayer. 16th

Church celebrate their and later as assistant will lead the devotions.' She service will be
annual 20 years. was a 1 holds' \t rehearsal

Women's Day Sunday, pastor. Friday morning topic for devoted and active memberof Wednesday night at 8 p.m. held Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Boy.Worship

August 20th. .1 He was called to pastor at* discussion following the Zion Hope Baptist Church Choir 2 rehearses on thurs- All members are asked to be

Mrs. Estelle Jones heading ,First Baptist and Mt. Olive devotions will be: "Sad- present. together
day night.
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where she served on Usher _
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;South Miami, in 1943. He -
the five group pleaders and ducees Meet Christi" At ".
Board 3, Choir 4 and Dis- .
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four'a to,new,fiu addition 'was'churches forced to resign both 8 'p .m. Sister, Gussie Bell trict 1. : At the time of : / ;
to iuper.visinl.the babies in March of. this will *
; deliver he sermon her death, she was espioye'd. .
year due 'failing ..health. devotions now't's Pepsiw'a
contest are scheduling some \ following Ghe
at Painter's Poultry Co. .
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Rev. Brown is survived
; of the outstanding musical i by speaker will ''be appointedfor I
She 'leaves to mourn: James
groups in Jax as program Mrs. Roberta Brown, widow: the Saturday night .ser- Denton,. husband; Miss Catherine for those who think young

:parti cipan ts. !tan one d other daughter relatives.a step-son mon. Denton, daughter ; 1III1ITTTfftLfl1 J Today wire ontyego as never be fore. We lead the full life.
The will be an- begin
program Sunday's Services Mr. and Mrs. John Dobson of
bounced Funeral services. were held with Sunday School at 10 a. Bartow, parents; M r s. Ifs PSL1 .t t This Is the life for PPi-light, bracing, cleantastingIliiiiimiiuiiIIIli. <<

UI. 5 at 2 p.m. in First/ m. with Superintendent Sis- Dorothy Fossett. Jax, and PpsI-Cola. At stores, fountains, say "Peps!, pleaser'

District Meet Slated Baptist Church. ter Ruth Hill and Deacon Mrs. Mae F. J mes,. Germany, \

District 2 of Second Eddie Thomas in charge. sisters, and numerous other'' .

Baptist Church will meet Morning worship begins at relatives and friends. r..T. ; "

Sunday at 4 p.m. at 1493 Oiitings 12 o'clock noon. At 3:30 Dallas J. Graham Funeral f' '_

V. 15th Street with W.t p.m., Y..P.H.U. Deacon,,Eddie.. ; Home in charge.A&yssinia .

and Mrs.. Curtis Smith ashosts. AUG. 20--The Blue Light Thomas will preside. during -

Social and Savings Club the Talent program along y

Members from various to New Smyrna Beach. with Sisters Essie Mae Plans T1iI

areas are expected to be Buses leave 8th and Thomas, and Thelma Jordan.

present. Business of Myrtle Ave. at 8 a.m. Sunday night' services Aug. /du.icale

much importance will be and Jefferson and Orange start at 8 o'clock. Elder

discussed and enacted at 8:30 a.m. Special Marian White will deliverthe : _
Wellknown 'local singer,
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be in charge of Deacon Haxie Williams, will be .

Sylvester Edwards.Shiloh's 'featured in a recital Sunday -'
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night, Aug. 27 beginning : "
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Day Is Aug.27Deacon Baptist Church Mrs EmmaB. '

I Ernest P. Holmes.. Johnsonprolt'lJl chairman i !

.general"chairman: and Deacon for choir 3, sponsors ,, ,
IN IfBLIBVING ..
Clifford Houston announced. Mr. Williamsjrilpbe 4nd
program ,
IRRITATIONS ; !
SKIN chairman head the various accompanied by Miss %

Cta any so-ctlkd "modern"; preparation committees presently completing Evelyn Hall Johnson.The _/ .
do better than this? Ttttarine relieves ex. is ; rt
tonal BIn inftfttto&c almost immediately.affective ,arranger nta i for guest artist a mem-
iqe.uj for*&& '. foot harm- Sbiloh Baptist Church' annual ber of Tabernacle Baptist
Jell met Mfttt. sofebtae,.lOIm., or tarrtah. Church where as chairman tvrsrifCOLA
.serves
.' iw G.t Ttttadat from your drofiltft. <. Men's Day program ,
.:.s--; .," or Msd 79 e *t* to Sfeuptrine Com- slated for Sunday, Aug. 27. of the trustee board.
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The daylong :
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Ann Watson Defeats Fellow Jaxon For Tennis Crown


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I r- i: r Appearing Here At Gator Bowl Aug. 26th" I

largest Salary .-Sefs Sights 5 Local High School Elevens -
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. looms For Brown '."".cr

CLEVELAND-Record bre'aking Readying For Rough .'67 Slafe

Jim Brown, pile .
1 ; Heading Into the month of 'A gust, high school .foot..
driving Cleveland Browns'fallback
'" I ballers throughout, the state begin anticipating arduous s'
who has Just
\ training sessions ahead when more than one practice fielc
about broken every ground .
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'*.. will soak up the sweat and blood of determined athletes,
i gaining record in the Na- -P .t sfI
Jacksonville schools Douglas Anderson Duyal Vocational,
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\ tional Football League, *
....t. Matthew W. Gilbert, Northwestern, and Stanton. all casl
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)may also be setting a new i; ;par.
hopeful on the city crown. ,
eyes _
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high in wage earnings it 1 .---

was announced here last 1 Though actual practice the' city Conference this

with the 'addition
week.
\y .has. not started, the .year
Brown, believed to be PLANS RETTJKT Former five- teams are awaiting the of Stanton and\Qilbert

receiving a $25,000 times world's middleweight August 15th startingdate. on the s- "hedule/replac-

salary-his two year con- champion Sugar Ray At this stage of ling two Georgia teams.

tract ends this season- Robinson, classed as the, the season, most coaches Wilson believes- that xw4'w:'i y '
is said to be conferringith .
greatest comeback fighterin have either brought. out the 3-won 6-lost record

Coach Paul Brown ring history states the crying towels or are will be Improved upon:'

concerning a new contract that he will start his very optimistic. concern- and.that the Engineers, r\y. A.x.i'k"J,;

with a substantial in- ninth campaign in questof their chances. in their third year,

crease. the crown in an Oct. NORTHWESTERN will boast of a light

If Brown gets the con- 14 match at Madison fast squad. Returnees ,nOwWPJI _
tract foreseen for him Northwestern head coach .nnn
Garden. Sugar's
Square Nick Nalpriess and Joe
he will Join such high opponent will be announced Julian Walton states that. Dowling should give the TRAINING FOR GATOR BOWL APPEARANCE HERE--Gene (Big Daddy) Lipscoinb (left) 6'6" ,

salaried sports greats :'he lost some 1'8 players 290-pound defensive tackle of the Pittsburg Steelers and rated the most respected
team a fast, potent attack -
Sept. 10, match-
as Willie Mays, Elgin from last year s squad forward wall man in pro football ranks and teammate John Nisby another all nro-
to back
Baylor, Wilt Chamberlain maker Teddy Brenner added. which 'would up the sea- back Bob Bowman's up quarter pass- lineman, will be among the many grid stars appearing here Saturday night August 26

in being top wage earners -' SeeksAnother son with a 9-won, l>lost at 8 p.m. when Jax Charities' sponsor their annual pro-gridfest between the Steelersand
Griffith ing. Bowman's principal
in their respective record. Thus, the team St. Louis Cardinals at the Gator Bowl. Tickets are now on sale at the Tourist
to be
target
% ; i. appears Convention Bureau 307 Hogan St. on a first come first serve basis over the coun-
sports. is rebuilding. They newcomer Dave Clark a
ter. Fans may select seating according to individual choice since there '
are no
*dropped their single big. 6'6" end.
NBC Honors NEW YORK CITY--Afterscoring'
established priorities. Scene above showing Lipscomb club custodian-trainer Wallace
contest to Gilbert, 25-0 In the line the -Engineers
"'" an impressive (Boots) Lewis and Nisby..was photographed at the team's training Slippery
in a hard-fought contest. figure to .be 7;tough. camp
)1r Rube Foster.. ten-round decision over Rock, Pa. i
The Yellow Jackets who Felton Brown a transfer .- -
ranking mlddlewdight contender -
ATLANTA GA. --Sppnsoredby have been on the upswing from Gilbert, is eligible i

the National Baseball weltherweight Yama Bahama in local sports since this year, and is a pre- All Jax Women's Finals iFirst Negro Boy

.
Congress, memorial services of fire in 'season
their- baptism candidate for All -
honoring the late champion Emile Griffith Spotlights State ',In-Soap Box Derby
honors. Albert
is said to be seeking a 58, appearonpapertohave City Grey TourneyAn

Rube Foster one of the title shot with either the making of a Ken Crosby, and Ken DALLAS--Ronald Bernard

Negro Leagues' great Gene Fullmer or Terry strong hardfightingsquad. Northen give plenty of all-Jacksonville final round saw Ann Watson defeat Jones 14-year old Dallas

pitching' stars, were Downes, co holders of savvy up the middle.The Areatha Jones 6-2 6-2, to take the State Women' : youth, became the first

; held during the 13th the middleweight crown. MATTHEW W./ GILBERT green and white Singles Championship in the 2nd Annual Ora State Recreation I. member of his race to

annual Georgia State With a 25 out of 27 Last year's City Champs, clad Engineers will also Tournatment in Tampa. August- 3-5. I. compete in the Juvenile

Tournament here recently. Griffith field their first band Kelly Best of Tampa defeated Wolford sporting event's history,
won-loss record Gilbert, who also racked (West Palm Beach)
this season under the John Singletary of when he participated in
in
was impressive snap- up the Big 9 ConferenceNorth defeated William Wysinger
Watch This down direction of Charles West Palm Beach 6-3, 6-3 the recent. Dallas
Soap
ping Yama's winning ( ) championship and (St. Pete) 6-4. 6-2, Wilber

streak at seven straight .Maxwell. .., for the Men's Singles crown Prince (Ocala Box Derby.
26 __ 39 42. the state Class A runner- ) defeated Dr.
515 44 697 successes. up slot, expect tough DOUGLAS ANDERSONHead and John Jerry of Gaines- Monroe Mack (Tampa) 6-4 The Negro youth who
ville stopped Leroy 'Long of attends Immaculate Heartof
1' 5 sledding''. Coach Earl .coach Nathaniel 6-3. .
Tampa 6-4. 6-4. Mary Catholic School
tj Kitchings lost 22 men via 'Washington and his coach Second round
:
7 3 Wins Miss Watson a member of, :Singletary constructed his own home-
Despite graduation, and will expect ing staff-Harold Hair defeated Rodriguez (default)
the Eureka-Lavilla delegation made model to rac e
1 3 only 12 returning and Dennis Stewart line
defeated Mrs. Eliza- Mickles defeated Wolfork
Arm"Fracture i lettermen to fill the coaches Ernest Gibson against 150 other boys

436 r- 20' 381 ..."'...... "'.. :, gaps. Only three of the Charles Lynwood Lee, beth Payton, 6-4. 6-3. on 4-6, 8-6 6-4 Prince defeated -' over the North Central
:
Albertie, 4-6, 8-6
S7'8992Bomeames ;. i. 12 are starters from last junior varsity coach, her march to the crown. she 6-4 and Expressway here.
Best defeated
'
.
fears o| f' year's combine and James Denmarkback- and'Miss Jones will repre- Talaliaferro

Bometimec Be..tracta hefr down ..1' J ', The Panthers figure to field coach, expect im-. sent Florida in the American Semi-finals by Singletary default. I Mays' Gets Bigger

Ha wirici it a3 uoB4 :;." ::.,. be strongest at end and prelements at the South Tennis Association champion defeated
;!"..'.... r Mickles 6-0. 6-1.
-
411: quarterback spots where side school. ships to' begin at Hampton.Va. Hand Than Mickey
Coming AttrnctteM .. and Best topped Prince. 6-1
11 54 101 78t S an five of the returning men Coach Washington welcomes ; August 14. 6-0.i Best stopped Single- .I


4 are Coach concentrated.Kitchings revealed lettermen 12 8 returning of whom'ar e The Atty.tournament Francisco sponsoredby Rodri- tary.Jerry 6-3, of, 6-3 Gainesville NEW YORK CITYDespitehis

Man's Days 5 .J '"' that it would be hard to linemen, which should guez. Kelly Best and Dr. after copping'fhe Junior present residency in

Ara Numbered"Man's ) '.... .".... tell what type of situation give the Fiery Dragons Monroe Mack through; the cooperation boy's singles. teamed with! San Francisco Willie
Mays outdrew Mickey MantLe -
__ i.t--: /i;.:::'>;. would prevail at_ their strongest line in of the Tampa Rec-
"Days are Numbered .. reation Department and itsjEUperviso'r. Eugene McCray also go in applause from the
Gilbert this year. The- years.The backfield will
? Health And For- 5 \ ; Gainesville to win the fans when the Giants
squad will be most inexperienced figure to be at its best Charles Brady, .
tune Can ,Be Yours \ outscored the Yankees 4-1
was aided in its successful Doubles
but heavier, level in crown over Willie
.. four years.CoachWashington.
When You Know your I and will not have the operation by the Secretary- Williams (Orlando) and Lu- here during a recent exhibition -
Lucky Days, Lucky NBA MIDDLEWEIGHT champ expects cious benefit game.
Referee of the OSRA. Emmett Albertie. 6-1 6-3. j
overall speed of last'year'
improved play fro .
m .
Colors Etc. Gene Fullmer successfully -.-
N. Reed Sr. of Jacksonvill -- "- -
s' team. Kitchingsis
defended his portion of Willie Baker 6'1JV 205 YY;: !V rfr, .Y t"NQ:< X"r//3
Send $2.00 for ;
your seeking for '. an The tournament opened on
the world', title Satur- lb. center, Ernest Brooks a
_ Horoscope Guide For ample replacement for the Thursday. and closed Saturday ;. day night against Cuba's 6'1" end, James Davis r
August fullback position..and with the results of the
: ;
Fill in the blank below Florentino Fernandez, despite sufficient''halfbacks to a tough little 145-lb q St.

a bone fracture guard Russ Tisdale, elimination bracket as
and Bjailto ZODIAC take the weight off the !
_t* Post Office Box 561 suffered in his right el returning ,ball toters." 6' I' 160-lb. tackle follows: F

bow. Although the bone Charley Smith, 153. ,poun d *. Women's singles: Miss ..at- p
Jacksonville 1 Fla.
*
< The extent of Gilbert'soffense COMFORTABLEand
.. break occurred in the end and 'Henry'_ "Harriel. ,son defeated Mrs Payton ;
will depend
on
Name 14th round, the injurywas scrappy 142-lb guard.In ; (West Palm Beach), 6-4.: 6-31:
the kind of material
Street not discovered until which develops. They are the backf'leld d the pUss Jones (Jax) defeated I >v LOOK GOOD

Fullmer was examined brunt of the ball-carryin g ;Miss Payton 6-2, 6-3. I
admittedly weak from :
Pate;> of Birth after the fight. tackle to 1 tackle but will be / houldered r by Watson Defeated Jones, 6-2, I

Johnny Cannon 146 lb. It,6-2. for the championship. : ;Jpi f'j'
fans can expect to see I '
speedster r at. halfback. Singles: First round.
plenty of passing.STANTON '
James Sims. Leon Smith John Singletary (1961 chaJ' -
,
-
M and Leon Jones are expected -,plon). Francisco Rodriguez

to give 'a lot; of ;|Tampa),., Andrew Mickles
!
Stanton, one-time state /
r
_ help in the running de- i (Gainesville), Lucious Alibertie -. :s r $ FU

power, seems to be, point- p& ment. Johnny Bryant (Jax), Dr. Harry G1 SHAVJKG POWDER,; r
ing for a winning season.
6* 172-lb. terminal from !'jTalaliaferro (St. Pete), lVYfIVT y :' ;
One big change has been
last year's team has been I and Kelly Best (Tampa) drew ?>- If your druggist' cannot supply you SHAVING POWDER COA'P.O. :

in the coaching staff. switched to the backfield :+ byes and advanced to the ?SCNO M for these MAGIC TEAM MATES Boi 3457p S v.nn.h.G*.]
.Wallace Raspberry, Blue
to add weight and speed. j second round, while Norman
Devil standout in .the -

late V40's. has taken Anderson, the county' s ..

leading passing..team in
over the position held

by,former A&U AllAmerican 1960 expects to fill the _

Theodore Montgomery. ,, airlanes again this fall. ;y

The Blue Devils, under Brown, the 156 .Ib. sophomore -

Florida's dean of 'coaches is expected' to y.'jO" r

James P. Snail, also keep the opposing,. 'defenses -. i' y'1P1

.TRAIN YOURSBJ* 7 opens drills on the 15th. 11th'an busy.._ ." \ si

DUYAL VOCATIONAL eye warily It ; .,.
,
For A Paying Profession J watching the 3-won" 6- ''. 7 i.. T. 1
: Coach Ernest Wilson of lost record' of 1960, ," ': '' jIl1h, ';i i
_,
'J." (n26W..b'. '.'t...";. the Duval Vocational Coach Washington- io.states : .y;. :,-

:; ...'; Engineers Is one of the
'
U''M'. '' :
1\ optimistic coaches/Even "I expect to have a good
Womtn : .
Ar. Excelling .|n ,. '\> though the Engineersstart teu. ..provdiDI ay reserve '

Bartering the season against strength develops." TREAT YOURSELF TO

: Northwestern:! Wilson Heavy worlr-begins for .

, AT'FlOtIM feels that his squad all schools in the county CANADA DRY BOURBON
e .
{
.2 will be ready.. 1104.\.. of August 22, and by September -

".fuEl eOLttlE last year's .line returns, fang can expect a '
.IT'S "AMERICA'S FINEST"
backed by some. premising polished, brand of prep .

430:fork fccmrSt.. .'. newcomers.. football in this the

(_Th* Engineers enter intO( .l[Bateway .City. '. HTlUt. ITIIIIU IMttM. MHUIt N tlUtf fiillfil. I4T WIT. RUM CI llCieUimit.. iUIUlll61''t. '


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I Drug Company White'Student' ., ."--. ., POLICE RIPORTS .J

Thefts Cracked

Is. Arrested HONEY DISAPPEARS; wife slipped upon him]
t,: EHPLOTE ARRESTEDThe
FORT LAUDEBDALE--Local and threw. potash on him,

police arrested an ,18- ..: disappearanceof a He will sign warrant

year old write high cash bag from the Royal against his wife Mrs

school.. student 'daring Crown Bottling Company Clementine Williams, 34

1235 San Marco Blvd
a Negro-wade in demon .
STABBED AND ROBBED
resulted in the arrestof
,
here Tuesday.
stration
.
30
kJ G Robert Williams 21 Eddie Lee Simmons
While 30-Negroes
some 815 Houston St. Monday 1073 Kings Road, reporte
waded-in and were later
"
August 7, 1961. to police that on Sunday]
ordered police to
by
,, .. morning August 6. be
Dew '1"; An official of the -
disperse, James was company
tween 3:25 and 3:30 a.m.,1
arrested upon complaintby ;" Charles W. Matthews,
to be
believed
.a man
Alfred Brown, a 19- revealed to local policethat'
i' -\ Ernest Allen 40, 130fj
'year old Negro. He posted .f a cash bag. containing$124.71 Cleveland St. asked foi

$150 bond Chief Holt .
= was removed
.
"J'",, ': a ride to Kings Road an
said. ",," .' from a desk drawer when Cleveland. Simmons]

Chief Holt said Dew :5.1: one of the supervisorsleft
,' stopped to get gas a
I was charged with carryinga the office to checkin
]
I 3rd and Main and left

-i concealed weapon-later ,..; ,,",. a truck.A the service station gOin

revealed as a knife. He ",.,.:.";'.", .
'; -' Mr. Collins is said south on Main. The sus

I is -.said"to have told ",''Y..',',Cc. i to have seen Williams in pect. Allen was in th<
"., ... -
Holt that he threw the ': '
,. the salesroom where he back seat and told th
A slick operation which .knife away before he was .;.... 'p;g had no business at all. victim to give him hi.
Netted almost $900 in arrested. 4\
> money. Allen then alleg

merchandise from the f i 1 ROBBED BY Simmons
edly stabbed o:
Southern Drug Company Newport New.Desegregates "LEGISLATION NOW IB. PRESIDENT-President Kennedy receives three_ top NAACP officials TWO HEN the right side of th

was solved last week part of a 1,250 contingent that Journeyed* from -the: Association's 52nd annual conven Two men, both between neck and shoulder an

when police arrested tion site in Philadelphia, to thai White House In Washington. From left are Bishop 20 and 25 of grabbed $10.00 from hi:
years age.
"
Walter Nelson Jr, 19, lt$ Schools Stephen Gill Spottswood chairman cf the)National NAACP Board President Kennedy. attacked 36-year old victims' hands. The suspect !

an employee. NAACP President Arthur-B..Spincarn. and Roy Wilkins the Association's executive
the
Robert L. Grooverwhite, Jumped from ca
NEWPORT NEWS, Va--This
Officials of the company secretary., NAACP 1018 Pearl Street as he
for the' first
city,
revealed that on Tuesday, .
time, opened its doorsto : was walking' east on 3rd S't reet.
1 when Roberts' Reports'Eneeavor
August everyonehad Women ::
Baptist Women Held
gone to lunch, Nelson public school integration Street knocked him
for the fall Slate down kicked him in the Cross Is Burned
reportedly went on the

elevator and the second schools opening when .In. 'FNI Confab Recent MeetAT According to Leonard ribs and took $37 which By Negroes1 Hom<
the News School he in
Newport was carrying a
floor. Though employeesare .St. Augustine..The'Woman's SECOND BAPTIST J. Roberts Jr. who announced BLOOMPIED N. J. It wi
the Board unanimously approved right front pocket and
not allowed past Missionary and his recent selection disclosed Wednesday that
-
second floor'; Nelson applications from Edq ational Convention The Business and Pro- escaped running northon two family houses which
to the ,directors'staff was
Clark.
went to the 3rd floor 14 Negro'children to Auxiliary to the General fessional Women's Conference sold to
during the recent recently two ,Negro
and got a case of razor enter five previously Baptist Convention' of of the District International Christian couples, was the scene ofa

blades, put them on the all-white elementary ;Florida Incorporated Senior Women's Convention SNATCHER TAKES PURSE
Endeavor Society's Chi- cross burning.
elevator, and went down schools it was an- conducted its 'First auxiliary to the East CONTAINING $150 me duplex house tonneri:
cago convention a number
to the loading platform.He nounced. House Party' as an informal Florida and Bethany of Christiandom's top Mrs. Mable Lewis reported owned by Edeard Cueman, wa;

meeting for key Baptist Association leaders will participatein to Jacksonville located in a predominately

put the cas'e on the officers and members of held its furthering the organization'sfuture police that a young man white residential area,

truck along with several Jax Woman the organization recentlyat organizational' meeting, projects. walked up to her on the and was sold by Cueman to

other cases which were* Florida Normal and recently at the Second Roberts stated that the corner of Beaver and Howard White and Herbert

not to be delivered with Minnie snatched her
Files SuitAn Baptist Church
Industrial College. Interracial society'sprOIJrams pocketbook which 'Holland, both of Montclair.
When the loading clerk Mrs. Alberta Williams con-
Theme of the three will include
con-
came Nelson placed president presiding. tained $159 and fled on TONY'S FLORIST
other merchandise which automobile accident fab was 'Necessary Deci- renowned religious and foot. Mrs. Lewis residesat -T325 MYRTLE AVE.

which caused injuries toa sions for Today' which Other officers named lay leaders of the 535 Minnie Street. .
were to be delivered to
local woman Miss ,was stressed throughoutthe were: Mesdames Nellie Episcopal African Flowers for all occa-

stores. Elnora Williams 2132W. entire session. Pur- Bradley general chairman Methodist Episcopal. POTASH VICTIM sions. Churches and Clubs I
Arrested for the $896.02theft
Nelson admittedby 40th Street has resulted pose of the affair according '(,f projects arrangements;' Methodist Baptist, ACCUSES WIFE: given a Discount.

in a damage suit to Mrs. Celestine ,Edith Slbley recording Lutheran Methodist
signed statement that James Gaston Williams STRAND SUN-SAT.
in excess of $3000 being Dixon first vice-pres- secretary; Minnie Thomas Episcopal African
he to sell it
'was going
44, 1338 Bridier St. .
filed against Gary Andre, ident of the Baptist financial secretary and Methodist Episcopal
MZ!
anyway that he could. was treated at tfMC for
Qlllham 926 North 6th Wome 's Auxiliary was Leila Walden treasurer. Zion and numerous M 6
Police, authoritiestried burns received when his
i
to get.Nelson to Avenue, and the SeaboardAir 'That our unity mightbe Alexina Johnson Initia other protestant faith .KEI(

Line Railroad.The strengthened our Jones W. M. Hill G. C. will engage in the
tell where he has been Madeline'sCoffee
complaint discloses aims cleared our fellowship Vaught Beatrice Hawkins various projects.
selling merchandise he I.tiaeuScoos
owned warmer, and our Miss Carolyn McRoy. an ,
that two cars, one Mary BowdryEllen Whittle
had. taken before .and by Gillham and the other knowledge of the program Victoria PinkeYe Ella active member of Ne .
the names of his ac- owned by the SeaboardAir improved.. Mae Jones, Eva Weech Hope AME Church has Located 1929 Kings Rd. /.Wa1t DISne.Y .6 .1

complices. \ Line on the nightof Ebony-Jet Head Myrtis Lawson Luella been appointed to the' Will I I Be Closed ( heSeht"

Nelson reportedly Nov. 1'1. were so Reliford Nellie Mitchell post of advisor to the Sunday ug. 13 t, ,:c..nfl' '
_-.f. "-.
frequently got to the recklessly and negligently Joins Four.Mqn and Mrs. E. Arline. business administration tfill Open ".. \ minded _--''$.11r1

point of telling but operated as to cause African Delegation Honorary workers Mrs. Roberts department stated.. director Sunday Aug.20 : .p.r 1 !.

he always backed off. Gillham's car to collide Mable Lloyd of Philadelphia -

With Nelson's permissionand with Miss Williams'car CHICAGO--President Penn. and places. Places which :Safe Buy ROOSEVELT Tl1>u"Iu.JOHN .

the aid of the chief Kennedy sent a Negro Deacon J. C. Hurston. would prove detrimental to USED CARS
inflicting severe WAYNi
of' police min Callahan and In- publisher, John H. John- the wealth or social wel-
damage personal
Nelson's Callahan residence son of Ebony and Jet Juvenile Squads fare of a child were patrol -
searched. Jury. .60 MercSW.$2495 BMIfiHIiDCKlK
was Magazines memberof
as a
Nothing was .found.* Miss Williams claims Are CancelledFor led. 80 Ford.H Top.$1895 to S'uwcANGIE
a four-man delegation '
she sustained injuriesto The Curfew Law is rather 60 Falcon.4D.$1395
-wALTER BRENNAN
Two other suspects 59 Kerc.SI..S1695
headed by Attorney The PresentThe long like many laws are, .....
believed to be in conspiracy the head, back legs 59 Ford,Gal $1595 WARD BOND TECHN1c oR'
and knee in the General Robert F. Kennedy but the gist of it is that 58 pord.2U..S 895 PLUS
joints <
..
with Nelson to represent him at the 16-and under '. 59 Pl.m.4D..S 995
mishap. ',.' age group it 'prohibits any minor 57 pord.4D..795 The mlmulc*ccrrlfof ,;,
and \; : -
were picked up first independence anniversary 'of the city have been under 18 years of age from 56 T.SI..S 775 a part tune WIFE
Questioned. Police got The complaint further celebrationsof obeying I the city's' curfew 57 Cad.H Top.1595 t
disclosed that Miss 1 tering or wandering .56 Pont.H Top. ..$ 795 BRlGinEBARDOTIFEMAttsPlCH r
nowhere. Both are believed Williams has incurred the Ivory Coast on law for the past two weeks around streets parks or ...'59 Pl.Sl..1195 tl1i

guilty but there heavy medical expensesand August 6 and 7. at least according to other public'grounds after .

was not enough evidenceto loss of income since Others of the delegation Jacksonville Juvenile authorities 10 P. M. unless accompaniedby IE HAVE OVER '50 CLEAN So n,ucb I*GIVE :,
beside publisher /a un imIuMJr! !LOVE! ;i
: Johnson
hold them. the-accident and future who conducted a parent or responsible CARS TJ). .CHOOSE PROM. ._r

The suspect was trans- expenses are foreseen. Johnson were G. Mennen patrols during! that time. adult. spa WM MIt4rttiq TUa.

ferred to county Jail Williams Assistant The patrols made up of "SUFIGHT11 AND "JOSSETFE
Attorneys for the- ''r- Any child violating this 'NORTH FLA. MOTOR CO.
after a warrant signed.by plaintiff are Ernest D. Secretary of State for polices 'officers and juve- o ordinance is subject toj 605 RIVERSIDE AVE. OF NEW ORLEANS"Win

Williams and Stan- Jackson and Leander J. African Affairs and R. nile counsellors, made a' action as a delinquent in EL 6- 8.26. $815 Cash Mon. Nlte.
'field. Borden Reams. U. S. r _
the
Juvenile Court.
Shaw. check on ,numerous areas to .
Ambassador to the
Ivory
see if the Juveniles were
Coast.

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