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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
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 19, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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University of Florida
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Material Information

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 19, 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:
UF00028362:00422

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Preceded by:
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?* There is a strong possibility that one of Jax six, cl.
Three quick, efficient, and fair decisions made in the
1 sed, public swimming pools-the Jefferson St. pool the
cases of a trio of juveniles who were brought before
only one located in a Negro area, maybe open soon for

Judge Lamar'Wine tr ,eart's Juvenile. CoUrt Wednesday, Augus the public convenience, thanks to a recently uncovered -

16, are, examples of a step-up in the program of Duval important clause.

County_Juvenile pivisjpn. ..
Back in >1949. the local White MolesterSentenced
The' three youths, one Negro on the right road.
,, '' Housing Authority gave the
and two, white, had bee
Upstairs' in the shelter, property for constructionof Here
r held earlier for violatinglaws
; W ,
zr + Superintendent Harry
w tr. the $100.000 Jefferson
Facing sentencing this
., relating to thefts.
#: Chilton houses the youths'
Pool with the stipulationthat
decisions : week on charges of unlawfully -
judge Winegeart's -
who range from 8 -16
the city keep the fondling a 12-
%
'i -.( in all three case awaiting court decisionsand
facility "open to the old girl
Y were based on sound judge- for subsequent shipmentto year Negro

ment of facts that were public. Michael S. Ojeda, a 32-
the Marianna Boy' s Atty. Ernest D. Jackson, ,
brought before the court. : year old white man received -

fTT"f-' -:-_ '. been 80 me. acting on behalf of a group a six year state
Ths Negro youth i
D. C., -- Sylvestre Watkins Sr. former circulation manager of the The shelter is a maze of of local citizens led by I prison term in Criminal
accused of stealing personal -
"Chicago Daily Defender and newly appointed Savings Bonds salesman for the U. S. property and cash wire-in cages and" cells Frank Hampton has already Court Judge William T.

Treasury Department, talks with Senator Paul Douglas (D-lll.) right, and Robert A where deliquent children forwarded a copy of a pro- Harvey's court.
from a large grocery con-
Wallace, Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Treasury. The three met in the are detained. The cells test petition signed by Ojeda's first hearing
cern in the city. His denial -
Senator's office following Watkins' appointment as Area Sales Representative for Cook are no more' than rectangular local Negro citizens and ended in a mistrial when
of the theft of the
County (Chicago) and adjacent Kankakee County. Senator Douglas recommended Watkins' per Qnal"property and his rooms with armytypeb has also included a copy the jury failed to agree"tin

I appointment to the,, Treasury,, and Wallace the Treasury's" Employment Policy. .,Officer.'.,-, .y ,"q ttJjrOL JI..q,Irma: onof"the: k, beds._cramme&into-: ':1 ..Df the Housing-Authority1-s_ a' verdict ,how ver, .,

handled administrative, details and brouBht-Watkinsa.intathe; Trea ugL8 nation' -wide ?theft 'of/ea;A ,h'_\'seemed to every available' inch, two- ,'ruling to the FH"Ai when the case was broughtup

sales organization. Watkins is the first Negro Area 'Representative to be 'hired by 'pose a momentary! problem! :high. This is an area I,; Washington. again on July 26, a

the Treasury. He now joins a sales force of some. ,250. men and women who direct over The. youth. was released. in originally built for three II I I:. The petition states tha Jury found him guilty of

a half-million volunteers in promoting the sale of United States Series E and H ,the custody" of, his- 'family bunks, single. The T V i;since federal tax funds two counts of lewd and

Savings Bonds.Arrests. -- and will 'have, to adhereto room is a narrow area witha I I were used to purchase the lascivious behavior.

of hard I iland and to construct the '
pair benches
a strict set of rules Sentence on the second
,Foil'Rumble' Seeks Justice Department'sAid set down by the courtl along the naked stone walls spool I a Constitutional count was deferred in-

The two white youths, Kids sprawl in, on, and 'j i,guarantee is applied.It definitely.

Plans under the benches in their is also felt that .if Additional charges including -
stealing
Against; Police Arrests. both' accused of "
attempt for comfort. the government agency instructs nine courts of
also released in the
were
A possible link with FT. LAUDERDALE. The local branch of the National Four pathetically small I II the City to reopen issuing worthless checksto
two of Jacksonville's'ghost' care ,'f their families I sections are crammed into J JI Jefferson facility,
Association for the Advancement of Colored People has with similar restrictionswhich I the which Ojeda pleaded

gangs was uncovered called upon the United States Department of Justice to will curb the upstairs quarters. strong pressures will be guilty was also deferred

last week as halt indiscriminate 'arrests of Negroes in this community turnal excursions.any noc- There is one for Negro boys brought to bear on City indefinitely.

police apprehended five '. who are engaged in efforts to break the color bar I and girls, and another- officials to again open
on
I I '
Judge Winegeart big
youths suspected of public beaches here. a I.for white boys and girls. the remaining five City State Board
i affable lawyer who took
'r
burglaries which involved Not only have Negroes been been no riot or disorderly Each section is supposed owned and operated pools
his post in January, revealed
-
the theft of molested on the beachesbut conduct. The Young" people to hold only 7 juvenile, which are located within Is RestrainedIn
_ that August always
rifles, ,shotguns, and a scores of teenagershave were picked up 'at a drivein but it was 'discow red thaton white residential areas.
to be the -month of
pib tol. been arrested in police lunchcounter, a popular seems one particular day, 18 School Suit
rate of de-
the
highest
A proposed 'rumble' raids in the heart of gathe'fine white boys, 16 Negro boys, Tampa Bandit
l ATLANTA GA.---U. S.
(,teen-age gang fight) the Negro district, it is gathering place for colored inquency. 10 white girls and 12 Negro -

i between a gang from the claimed.In youths, in the heart of the To combat' this probbe, girls were cramped into Gets $2,075 District Judge Frank Jr.
the Juvenile authories Tuesday issued an order
1100 block of 23rd St. a letter to Attorney. Negro district.On the small cubicletyperooms.
have a special detail of restraining the state
and a group from the, General Robert F. Kennedy motion of NAACP attorney I TAMPA--A bold hold up
officers to patrol areas board from taking action
section near Northwestern Mrs. Eula Johnson, presi G. E. Graves, a mistrialwas According to Chilton, occurred here Wednesday
cause the
where teenagers congre which might
High .was the reason for dent of the NAACP branch declared ,because police has
there robber
been armed
as high as when an
gate and tend to stir up Atlanta Board .of Educa-
I the thefts from two local enclosed affidavits from witnesses were present trouble. As many 3,3. 72 juvenile in the shelteron held up a junkyard office tion to violate 'orders'

stores, the Sport Shop five persons charging police o during the taking of testi- twelve police cars, on some weekends. employe and escaped with and 'Judgements' of the

I and Towers Hardware. brutality and false. Despite police intimida- assignement to the Juvenile Figures released by the 2075. court in this city's
A report from the juvenile tion, "the NAACP will continue -
.arrest. 'detail, have been on the Budget Commission for the The incident occurredat school desegregationcase.

_ authorities indicate; "On behalf of the Negro to urge Negroes.in the .prowl at one tine, he re- year 1968 revealed one Saul Walker's junkyard .

that many of the youtbs'wbo citizens of Ft. Lauderdale, city to make use of all public vealed.Winegeart'.s. glaring discrepancy: the where a man entered the The court's action came

have been caught have Mrs. Johnson wrote 'I facilities owned by : plea to the budget for food for an office, pulled a pistol about when a white Atlanta -
upped their ages to bypass the City of Ft. Lauderdale.:.
am requesting that you use Budget. Commission. for 4 average of 36 white (girls from his pocket and school girl requested -
I
term in the juve- vad
a your office for,the purposeof additional counsellors was $11.500; more than- ordered Florence Salasto transfer from a
_ nile home whose minimum and.. .to demand that city ( Negro, and 1 white
preventing the policeof ) was twice that number, or 80 open the cash register. desegregated school toa
_ sentence is 8 months. officials exercise their cut out of the budget for
Ft. Lauderdale from Negro boys received only I I Upon leaving_ with the segregated one.

Reports indicate that using their powers to pre- duties to protect all 1961. This leaves the $7.950. and 26 Negro girls I I! money, Charles Solowitz Judge' Hooper ordered
they prefer to go to the citizens in the exerciseof dividion with'9 counsellors I
allocated
vent the free and uninterrupted were 4075. ordered the man to stop, members of the State
30, 60,
farm for a
county their constitutional which
doing a Job shouldbe
use of public The total allocation for but the robber reportedly Education Board to appearat
or 90 day term, and stand ",' rights UTS. Johnson handled by 3Q 'Persons. I.
facilities in this city. I the year for<..h.itegirls. fired a shot in Solowitz' a 10 a.m. hearing
the O ance of getting declared
following the raid. The Jacksonville
Junior
behavior.The The raids, she told the was $52.118. for Negro boys s direction and Friday and to show cause

off. ,tor good Attorney General, stem Negro Students9' .Chamber of Commerce maybe $35,900. and for'Negro girls I escaped in a car ,said why they should not be

local raids, which the brightfiray1. the 14825. to be occupied by two
made parties to the
"from efforts of the City .
are conducted weekly, I I ,Bids DeniedTAMPA ,:storm, however. .;.7he' local Chilton revealed that i other Negroes. Atlanta School desegre-
of Ft. Lauderdale to cur-
;tend to concentrate on organization has agreed to there is a high degree of I
tail the use of the Ft. --All requests for gation decision.
of strength of the
areas I aid linegeart in his physics and sexual abuse

gangs. One gang in particular Lauderdale Municipal Beach transfers were permitted16whlte battle to .cure Juvenile among each of the four '
by invoking an' but I Life Sentence Given .
has been hit hard by Negroes students delinquency by adopting sections. Reportedly,. the
'
in recent months in the ordinance which bars un- those from 10-Negro the juvenile :problem as

crackdown. desireable persons' from students were turned its' project for the coming older kids coerce the PORT MYERS--Circuit Negro neighborhood.

I Reports that the gangs the fceach." down Wednesday night by year. younger ones unto committing Judge Archie Odum sentenced Charged with Wright is

may have changed their Meanwhile, on August 9, a the Hillsborough County Contrary to popular homosexual and unnatural -- 23-year old Bobby Henry Jackson .Jr. 28,

center of operations from motion for a mistrial. school board, it was an- opinion, Winegeart state acts.FLORIDA. Wright of Port Myers also of Port Myers who

Jacksonville to Fernan- .was granted in the Municipal nounced.The opinion, Winegeart stated Jf + }# who pleaded guilty, Is expected to be arraigned -

Court trial of 12 teenagerswho action reportedly to life in prison for
have also in about two
dina Beach that only about 5% of the STAJtIN
filtered it. Authoritiesar hac been arrested in occurred during a meeting children brought into the the last July 10 fatal weeks. Authorities said

trying to combat weekends raid on chargesof of the board which acted shelter are rest 'thugs' EVERYCOLORED shooting of 40-year old the fatality ,occurred

conduct and requests from 242 Morris Lance who was
disorderly
this with the 'close upon He believes that efficientand NOUK daring an attempted
two inciting a riot. Witnesses pupils seeking transfersto killed while collecting holdup.
of ,the careful counselling
alliance
I i
juvenile. judges, of the ,testified that there had other schools. aa.place an errant, hi d JfJI. X insurance premiums in a

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,'_:{':-J....:- NEWS ;'., The following is excerpted from the testimony of Dr.

1 Co. William A. Sawyer, medical consultant to the Intl. Asso-
Published by The Florida Star Publishing
"Member of Associated Negro Press" 1' ciation of Machinists, before the House Ways & Means
Committee on medical care for the aged. Dr. Sawyer was

RC! O. SIMPSON.............................:..............Managing Editor medical director of the Eastman Kodak Co. for 30 years.

ALYSON E. WISE.........................................,.*..........New Editor ICI A fS \ HAVE QtWi OLDER, I have become acutely conscious of I

'HILDA 'YYOpTEN. .......:...-.......-.........-..........Circulation. Manager }_, v 1'F .i, 1 1 the great need for timely, good quality medical care for 1

MAIN OFFICE &.PLANT: older people. I am repeatedly amazed at the many tragic

.. ..'. ... .......Phone ELgin 4-6782 instances of inadequate medical care amongst our industrial
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Mailing Address: ;$? t near yeti rement years. And from my ecoerience I know ,

P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida t that the-reason that so many older folks do not receivethe i

-,I-. t r medical care they need is too often because they do not V
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FLORIDA. STAR-P. O.Box IACKSONWIU-E 1, FLORIDA & from going to the doctor soon enough. I'
i '.may: b iF r tyi'A' SU, 1.1/y& : t:'s.: ,t
We have no statistics and the medical profession has ,

THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: ( I little i I kn cw dge of the people who stay away from them.

1. City and County Civil Service Jobs 49'j \ But we do krV
2. Negro Road Patrolmen, Too often we learn of these people only when it is too

:;:"*. 3. Negro Firemen :: : late when I
:.: 4. Mcfo Negro Police Officers : early symptoms have progressed to the critical

5. More Squad Cars for Negro Policemen or incurable stage .We do' not see them until I it is to late ,

1 ,. and because their rreans are too I little and their pride i is
f too .
great.No

Dilemma Of Employment one denies that we are going to have an increasing I

I \ number of older people with r medical problems. I In fact, advances -
The new Labor Department figures on how r in medical science have added years to our I lives.i

many Americans are working point up the But these added years will. mean little I unless they are ,. .
curious nature of the employment situa- years of (good: health and fruitful activity. Without good

tion. One side of the coin is tha.t more health our aging population can only be a national I liabili I

Americans i were gainfully:i I employed I this ty-placing an unbrarable strain on the taxpayers-as their
DEFYING THE-UAW ARE THE REAL TERMITES
July--53,198,000 of them--than in any SEGREGATIONIST \
numbers grow greater and their i i ill I I nesses more serious.

previous July.I The other side, of the I need not review here the attitude of the American Medical I
coin is that there were 1123,000 moreunemployed Association. Their
opposition is well known to all.I I In
than" in July a year ago. Your Weekly part, this opposition is born of a desire to be sure that

The central conclusion to be drawn from anything new in treatment is safe before r'it is approved.

these facts might be stated thus : The Horoscope Guide This is (good. But much of it springs from I less noble I mo-

economy is on the rise but it is not tives-fron an unadmitted, but nevertheless real feahtfhat a

rising fast enough to keep pace with WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR social security approach will endanger the .advantage- l
,
the annual influx of additions to the .
BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL economic: position that doctors
now enjoy.
labor force. This was pointed up by
I DO NOT WANT 10 BE unduly critical of the hierarchy setup
Seymour L. Wolf be in deputy assistant
,
secretary of labor when he said this : By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER( i in Chicago-r ( the House of Delegates because I do not
want to be disloyal to what is good.: Actually, I am proudof
"We are back in wage and salary employment .
whenwe ARIES to make wise use of ready and willing to in- the medical l profession. I am proud of the efforts some
where
we were a ago
year
Born March 21 thru
April 20th
available resources. Improve vest. You lose ground by within the profession have made to bring better medical
began to get big downward movements.We Make use of what is
property and bolster care for those 'in the older
.
insisting on having age group.However
the
have recovered just about all close at hand to stimulate
losses. But--and this is most signi initiative 'and enter- the whole security setup.It everything your own way. I am not proud of the obstructionist tactics that .
should be smooth 4-10-33-14-82-413 a small bureaucracy within the organization has used _
ficant--"We have lost a year's growth prise from midmonth. Keep '
going from midmonth onward against those who
too SAGITTARIUS are objectively trying to find answersto
: in circulation, widen *
The with much to show Born.Nov. 23 Thru Dec. 21 pressing social and medical problems. We are in a rapidly -
It is growth that is important. neighborhood contacts.Get .
rise in our population is more or less on the inside trackto for family cooperation, There is rich oppor- :' changing social order and need objectivity and mature

steady, so that the number of those precision skills good work well organizedand tunity to win promotion, ljudgment i if we are to move forwwrd in a constructive way. I
put
newly I looking for work each year\is i profitably to work; competently handled. social prestige personal !I I It has been said i by some: AMA Sp:>kES men-especial i II ly in their i
940991759495LEO recognition, with the ;publ icity-that adoption of the Anderson-King Bill would re-
predictable. Increases in automation explore developing trends 'financial benefits that 'jsult in a deterioration of the quality o f medicsl! service.
_
will I keep adding at least temporarily for financial better-
to the number seeking work. The only I ment. Guard against Born July 24th thru August 23 are the tangible yard- ,available. Is it possible that doctors have become sc
sticks of success. Others
way to provide employment for these impatience and allow Consonant with the as well qualified for/ callous to the needs of elderly human beings: that they
the new-workers and the so-called technologically time for others to.catchup season, the accent is
consideration are also would treat then less well l I because provision had been made
unemployed is to increase with you. Don't wear strongly social, and a
production. your heart on your sleeveor benign influence smileson in the running, so keep for their care under social security ? I don't bel ieve it. I

Increased military I spending will I I help tread on sensitivetoes. those planning marriage your head and don't let Fran my observation, a doctor's method and degree of treat.

but that is at best unsatisfactory to make the holi- the trick questions throw ment is ,never determined by the way the patient pays for r

answer. Despite the record high of employment 5-70-22-18-76-572 day season more than you. Investigate extended .it.i Why should a doctor.treat a man who pays out of his l

in July the seasonally adjusted TAURUSBorn usually memorable. Holi- territory for own pocket differently than onewho pays by means of

rate of unemployment still stoodat : April, 21 thru May 21 day festivities bring promotion. Avoid too commercial insurance, Blue Cross, Blue Shield or social
highhanded tactics the
6.9 per cent of the labor forceaboutwhat Romantic notions can those you work or live i insurance?

it had been for eight successive distort values the first with into closer ties last 8-60-55-19-27-865 week. The suggestion that doctors would not give as good: care to

months. The more than five million I per- week; make sure your demands of understanding. social insurance beneficiaries as to those with privatemeans

sons represented in that percentage' posea are not selfish 6-30-44-15-52r634 CAPRICORN is a sad reflection-not on the medical profession-
Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 20 but those who to for it.
I
difficult and most important problemfor before blaming the familyfor VIRGO on purport speak ,
Unless you keep practical The AMA also makes the claim that with the enactment of
which no promising solution has been lack of understanding.Keep Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 -

proposed. The best hope lies in vigorous the work load movingon Hard work and a high ) goals in mind, you' re the Anderson-King bill, the traditional doctor-patient relationship -

economic i growth. schedule to avoid a level of performancecan liable to spend money in l will be lost.

log jam, frayed nervesor improve the financial wasteful ways. Discard THE t METHOD OF remunerating doctors has nothing to do with 1

overwork. Be diplo- picture for'all birth- I the advice of well- the doctor-patient relationship. I If a practitioner is interested -

Dangerous Loot matic with relatives and days the first week. meaning friends and'seek in his patient, the Qual ity of care he gives can-
no financial favors. Much
co-workers; new methods Conclude agreements can be gained through not possible be affected by how he is paid! I

Someone stole I a tiger i shark. Someone and ideas get a better before end of month; arbitration and Under the program being considered here today-the Anderson- t

stole it from a marine laboratory in reception, meet with the commitments now made perhaps throughthe comprise King bit I-tlrre; would be no interference with the rights of

Florida. That someone may be in for an fewer mechanical snags should be permanent, good offices of a -a beneficiary to select his own doctor or of the doctor to I
' unpleasant surprise.The or obstructive tactics carry benefits for all
disinterested friend. treat his patient as he deemed best. }
tiger shark was, a baby. But baby when their value is involved. Concentrateon
1-70-66-18-39-176 In conclusion, may I re-emphasis that fran my contacts
tiger sharks fed a sufficiency of fish' tactfully demonstrated. personal projects, AQUARIUSBorn with Machinists i (through( the letters they write), 'I I am convince .
and hamburger or whatever it is they 750881381758GEMINI but with due regard for
Jan. 21 thru .Feb. 19 !< that we are confronted with an urgent social
became large I tiger sharks:. Large the-wishes or rights ofothers' ,
fancy
I Keep emotions out of problem, and we just do something i about it. J
tiger sharks have a nasty habitthey eat Born May 22 thru June 21 business affairsinsiston

people. When psople are avai table ,' that Strengthen existing 2-80-88-15-48-289
patterns of security; LIBRA clear-cut commitmentsin (Reprinted From AFLCIO NEWS)
all dealings. Read .
is.The
trick will be for whoever stole where a shift of base, Born Sept. 24 thru Oct.23

the baby tiger shark not to be available '- job or family arrange- Emotions confuse the the fine print on con- Tan ;
tracts and take nothingon ropics f =
when the baby gets to mannibblingsize. ment is in the works, issue; lean on judgent.Wellintentioned trust. Bold tactics 6
Let the thief bear in mind the plan carefully beforehand promises -

I limerick about the lady who. went for a Baking sure resources count for little bring within reach.ambitious goals.

ride on a tiger i are availableto until backed by tang
This story has a moral : If you've got insure success. Sidestep ble evidence of good 5-20-99-13-59-529

to steal I 'steal something i other; than a family complica- faith at end of month. PISCES
Born Feb. 29 Thru March 20
I loot that may grow u pan d eat: yo.u. tion ,midmonth; clouds Keep tempers under con- N. f
dissipate ,and directions Pay more attention to
trol until areas of mu
Inside i LookLaooratory become clearer in Novem tual tolerance can be friendships that are less
demanding and built
ber. Attend to details conscientiously explored. on
solid values. Be
more,
yourself; help that's 1-90-11-12-52-191
grudgingly given is more SCORPIO guided by the cautionand ;/

trouble than it's worth. Bora Oct 24 thro Nov. 22 major judgment decisions of partnersin near /iM:Vf// W* ( 17

Get enough rest, The grass on the other
end of month. Intuitionis \
3-20-77-16-67-327 side of the fence looks
working overtime and ___
CAIv'CF.RBeni greener;, it may be to can protect basic/in
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_' Newlyweds; Were F.t.dpit Reception J. $. Davis'Host .. 1 Clergy Re-Unite It I

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with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Davis
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were recent hosts to

Lesley. Wesley Jr. and
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special interest to Jacksonville Society this week Michael Davis, the children -

bras the _marriage of Miss Marian Jean Suttoh and PettyOfficer of Mr. and Mrs. .Er

Matthew Walker. ri r .
Michael Davis of Winter

The ceremony was performed in Woodbine FF'::: Ik1wr Haven.

Georgia last Friday. August 11, with -f The round of events

members of the immediate families in 1Ii. .... planned for the young
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attendance. i ,f!,,, ,. visitors included a
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Mrs Lottie Sowell served her sister as ; .
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k'_ ..,(.. ,I beach party sponsoredby
I matron of honor, while Eddie Sowell was j-' ,'.fV:' .r'-, '. Mrs. Davis and her
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best man to the groom. ,George A. sutton, r .- #, .- .,..,.r;4-i.. .,.,:,...'".-.3-,: S daughter-in-law Mrs.
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father of the bride and Mrs. John Busta- :;;. Thi
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mante, aunt of the groom, also witnessed ",- ). .
r-A Party with Mr. and Mrs.
the Mrs. Walker Y
ceremony. : a
f. Calvin Cole, hosts, anda .
Miss Sutton, who is currently employed as Psychiatric .
house party at the
social worker at the Northeast Florida State Hospital,
fi 4 f( residence of Mrs. Debris
is'"a graduate of Flsk University: receiving her '
Dixon 2312 Janette St.A .
Master's Degree from Atlanta University. is a
trip to the Zoo was
member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, The Gems. Bridge
i given with the Cole Former Jaxon, Col.U.S.A.Ret. .
Club The Jacksonville Urban League Guild and is an
active civic worker. children and Jean Davis ) Deveaux left) who

supervising arrangements.An from
The groom hails from Portsmouth Virginia and is retired last year
outdoor picnic and a
stationed aboard the aircraft carrier Shangri-La. the U. S.Army's chap-
,r w trip to Imeson Airportand
After a brief honeymoon, the couple is at home at lains' corps, in renew-
other sites of interest -
1269 West Twentieth Street. in friendships durin g

.. . were also pro- his recent visit to'his
grammed for the guests.Mr. .
We are wishing u very speedy recovery for Mr. and hometown ran across
and Mrs. Matthew
Mrs. Theodore Montgomery of 1915 West Tenth Street, another former associateand
Davis 1532 W. 19th St. ,
who are both convalescing after recent surgery at old friend Rev. H.
I also sponsored a party
Brewster Hospital. Hollis Hooks.Col.U.S.A.
for the children and ,
.s Ret.) who was World War j

f Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Webb of Ft. Lauderdale were in .. 0"-. fA their guests and Mrs.B. II chaplain with the 5
B. Vaught who took
,1 the city recently as guests of Mr. Webb's mother, Mrs. HONOREES---Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ewings Jr. whose marriage was solemnized March 4 at movie of the famed 99th Air Force.

. Malissa Webb of 1232 Cleveland Street. They were accompanied Tuskegee, Ala., were the recent honorees at a reception given in their honor at photos also Rev. Deveaux has returned -
various events,
, by' sons Roscoe. Jr. and Sheldon Patrick. the A. L. Lewis Branch YMCA. Mrs. Ewings is the former Betty Jean Ingram, the to his present
; showed motion pictures Hamil-
AME connection at
is of Jax Boylan
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Ingram of Lake City. She a graduate
taken of various
scenes
1 Our best wishes for improved health and happiness are Haven High School and graduated from Tuskegee Institute with a B.S. degree in Institutional ton, Ohio. Rev. Hooks is

I extended to Mrs._ Dorothy Pinckney of 1337 Steele St. Management after having attended Bethune-Cookman College. The groom is of national interest pastor of Union CommunityAME

jt . taken during a cross
from Tuskegee here.
/" the son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ewings of Aberdeen Miss. He graduated country tour. Church

4 Col. and atrs. John A. Deveaux were in the, city recently with a B.S. degree in Secondary Education with. honors, was president of his class Florida Star Photo)

I.. I:"guests of Col. Deyeaux's. aunt, Mrs. Minnie for two years, and due to his prominence in student affairs, was elected to the Wedding Bells

:. Arnoia'lof 1448 Steele Street. vaunted Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, 1958 Edition.He .

" ---C l. Deveaux who is in retirement was also accom- was a fulltime psychology instructor at Tuskegee and is now employed as assistant ACE Union
APPLICATIONS FOB
panied by his son, William, daughter, Lenora and her principal at Druid High School, Tuscaloosa, Ala. MARRIAGE LICENSES i
two Meets SundayThe
sons. Avery Studio Photo) James A. Baker: 1513 N. Myrtle
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s Ave., 21 and Juanita Woods, 733

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walker of 6446 New Kings Road W. Duval St, 25. Citywide ACE League

BIRTHSBirths Scouts Schedule Outings Odell 5152 Cleveland Union, AME Church under
Shingles,
are back in the city after an emergency trip to Sumter
Rd., 29 and Odessa Brown. 1289 the leadership of Pres-
South Carolina.
Annual Swim Meet The Friendly Four Social W. 23rd St, 27. ident Leonard J. Roberts
Brewster
at
After leaving Carolina The Walkers motored to New HospitalMr. George Beaton 1513 Fla. Ave.,
Scouts of the Cherokee Club will sponsor a trip will present its monthly
York City for a brief stay, and are now serving as and Mrs. Ossie 22 and Johnnie M. Jackson, 1113
Division North Florida to Butler's Beach Aug. Aug. 20 at 3
St 18.
Van Buren program
hosts to Mrs. Walker s godmother, Mrs. Inez Allen, Frances, 260 Claude St. '
Council Boy Scouts of 20. Bus 1 will stop at Paul Ansley, 7251 Wilson Blvd., p.m. in Greater Payne
formerly of 1470 Van Buren Street who is now livingin Boy.
America will hold their +;45th Street ,and Vernon 22 and Georgia M. Joyce, 7248 Chapel AME Church, 23rd
New York/ Mr. and Mrs. James Road Wilson Blvd., 15.
at 8 Myrtle
annual swim meet and and Plateau Streets.
We chatted briefly with Mrs. Walker last week and Houston, 2 Claude Street John W. Heath, Jr., 1765 E. 26th

learned that her son Alwynn Walker is confined to Lane, Girl. field day at Camp Coacoo- .Avenue and Kings Road St., 19 and Josephine Hurst, 1242 Miss Evelyn Presha
chee Saturday August 19 and Davis Street at E. 23rd St, 18. will be the speaker for l
Brewster Hospital and is making satisfactory progress. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence I'
. from 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. 8:30 a.m. and Union and. Bennie Graham, 1177 E. 3rd St, the occasion. Other i:
Cross, 1819 W. 6th St. 59 and Annie L. Hawk, 1177 W.
Clay Streets at 8:45 a.m. well known workers will
The is
\ The Wednesday morning Bridge group, who met informally Boy. program being 3rd St, 53.Lawrence.

during the Summer season, is climaxing activities witha Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Hall conducted by the campingand Bus 2 will leave Florida E. Gore, 822 Jackson participate on the pro-
Avenue and Union Streetsat St Cincinnati Ohio 20 and
activities committee Daisy
gram.
meeting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Bennettof 1784 E. 30th St. Boy. .
9 a.m. and go to Clay 'M. Perry, 7929 Hardings Ave., 19
of the district as partof
1122 Durkee Drive, North.A Mr. and Mrs. Robert
and Union Streets. Shelton Arthur, 3644 Water St
previous meeting at the Bennett's was attended by Lester 1559 W. 9th St. its activities during .****.*.***.*...**, Washington, D. C., 21 and Chris- .

Mrs. Juanita Wynn, Miss Bernice Griffin Mrs.' Vermal Boy. the year. It is also. tine Nelson, 815 Houston St, 23: :

i IIcCOne, -lirs. Dorothy Pinckney. Mrs Florence Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Tommie being held for the purpose Usher Board 4 of Mt:
of giving the boys Ararat Baptist will sponsor Chest Unit NEVERan
Miss Margaret Williams, Mrs. Posey Williams, Mrs. Lewis, 318 E. Union St. X-Ray
a trip to American
in the various troopsan
Mildred Redding, and Mrs. Flossie Weaver. Girl.
Beach Aug. 19. The bus Schedules ChangesAnnouncement '
Following the meeting at The Bennett's, the Alaro Mr. and Mrs. Lewis opportunity to com- increase in priceALWAYS

Road home of Mrs. Flossie Weaver was the setting for Brabham, 656W. 10th St, pete against boys in will leave the churchat of the
other troops and to help 8 p.m.

an interesting session. Boy. promote outdoor activi- *****..*.***....**.* change of hours of
Present on this occasion were Mrs. Thomas Brown, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie operation for free ches t
ties needed for advance-
Joseph Thayer, Mrs. Cassius Jones Mrs. Marion Guyton, Jefferson, 737 W. State Pallbearers Society 20 X-ray examinations being V "

Mrs. Christopher Brewington, Mrs. Mildred Redding Street, Boy. ment to various promotions will sponsor an outingto conducted at Hemming the certified

Mrs. George Wynn. Mrs. Wilda L. Austlrf ; Mrs. Joseph Mr. and Mrs. James in scouting. Butler's Beach Aug. Park under supervisionof measure, of qualityOOoJg5

.l Simmons. Mrs. Florence Wilson, Mrs. Thaddeus Pinckney, Jones, 717 W. Duval St. Events to be presentedwill 20. The bus will leave the Duval County

Mrs. Catherine,Jackson, Mrs. Richard Bossard, Mrs.C. include horseshoe Kings n ad and Myrtle V Tuberculosis Associa-

A. Tillis, Mrs. John Monroe, Mrs. James Bennett, Boy.Mr. and Mrs. Augustus pitching high jump, Avenue at b.10 a.m. tion were disclosedthis

Mrs. Jonathan McCone. and Mrs. Woodrow Williams. broad Jump, disc throwing, week.
'Robinson, 1461 W. State .. .. ..
and archery. All sports ...* **. **
Mrs. George Wynn the most recent hostess entertained Street, Girl. The new hours will be

with a lawn party at her home on Woodland will be supervised by Roberts First Born Church from until 1
Mr. and Mrs. James 110 a.m.
Circle. Mrs. Earlene Alback Mrs. Fleet Alexanderwere Crawford, 1757, E. 22nd members of the activi- will sponsor an outing to p.m. and from 2 until 5.
the additional guests. I ties committee. A lifeguard Silver 20.
Springs August
Street, Girl. 1 The survey, being con- III"THEY
will be stationedat The bus will leave the
and Carl ducted in conjunctionwith
Mr. Mrs. Jones, I ARE 0000
k the pool during the church 75 Lewis Street
849 Spearing St. Boy. 1 the state and city

> Mr. and Mrs. Thomas swim meet. Each boy will Atlantic Beach at 7. a m. health departments, wil 1

have an opportunity to and Kings Road and Davis
Plowden, 805 E. Duval continue through Aug. 31. 2 POWDERS 5* B POWDERS 25*
IOyea7i4/t participate. Street at 8 a.m. Refresh-
Street, Boy. ..
Scoutmasters are to have ments will be plentiful
,
Mr. and Mrs., Eddie _. _,_
their troops at the camp for all. ___.
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10 Holmes. 1763 W. 19th
rea/tfme0w/ by 8:30 a.m. so that *.*..**..*****..
Street, Girl.
they may be registeredfor The Blue Light Social, .Y/I.A' IS / b
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton '
the events. Club will ,
an
sponsor a
Jackson, 1622 .W. 19th
il THE WORLD'S MOST Street. Boy. Buses will be provided outing to New Smyrna .

MAGNIFICENT for troops wishing to Beach Aug. 20. Buses
iri BOURBON '
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick
use that mode of trans- will leave 8th Street rA.r .
Frazier 913 Spearing
portation. Buses will and Myrtle Avenue at
Girl.
fHYfftooua Street
,f.Mlff. .,. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore leave St. Paul AME Church, .8 a. m. and Jeffersonand r ,br

Myrtle Avenue and 13th Orange Streets at
Canty. 804 W. Monroe St..
Girl. Street at 7:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m.Macedonia's.

Round trip fee per boy
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& will be fifty cents.

Mt. Ararat's Scoutmasters are askedto :

contact Frank Chatmanif ,

they wish bus trans- Choir 1 w

(oi1 Men's DayIs portation. Boys are to .

[ s carry swim trunks and Slates Fete Her mother or her sister?

HICKORY : Sept. 30th food for the day. ,

\ BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL,NATURAL-LOOKING HAIR COLOR
Prayer Programs
The men of Mt. Ararat Choir No. 1 of Macedonia
oIO Whether you want the excitement of a different I
Baptist Church have EMI 20th Primitive Baptist Churchat
August hair shade life dull
,or want to give new to or
completed plans for their The United Holiness Forest and Run Sts. gray hair..insist on the long-lasting haircolorin I

annual Men's Day which Prayer Band now in sesSion will observe its second the famous red package-Godefroy's

will be observed Sept. at 1836 anniversary Aug. 27 at Larieose.If easy to apply,and complete in ;
Meharry one package-there's nothing else to buy. I
30. Avenue, will 'terminate. 3 p.m. _

The celebration this August 20. The choir of New St.* gtKetqr'y

year will be headed by All Prayer Bands of the James AME Church will f

Prank Hampton who is city are Invited to join. serve. The public 'Is'. ; LARI.RR1.

YEARS Ol0$T ICHT BOURBON WHJSIY'16 PlOOf'OlD INGt ORY 0tSTUEIS t0-PlMll' serving 'as chairman, in with 'the .e abets. invited. ';-.. ; Oo .froy Mfg.Company.3O1O Olive,*St.*8t.LeuU.Mo. t

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ii. ,, \ People. 18.&lical; Drama Slated Sunday Night At Mt. Ararat Union Community's I


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>:.t .-' Women Plan For
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; Miss Joan Elaine Saunders, daughter of Mrs. Janelle Wilson
Annual Occasion
i left. recently for New York City where she will be the '

house guest of _her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Jesse G. 4 $ : c : : Choir will sponsor a 1

Perry, of 509 ,. 155th St. Miss Saunders Is a Junior at trip to American Beach

Northwestern Junior-Senior High School. She is a memberof Fernandina, Saturday
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Les jeune Pilles, the Y-Teen Club of-A. Lewis August 19 in the interest -

Branch YWCA, Episcopal Young Church Women of St. Philips of the Women's

:i Episcopal Church. She will return in late August at Efr L1j:f Day observance sched-

I' which time her brother Rodney L. Hurst of the Air Force a uled for October. Buses

will be arriving'home for his first furlough. will leave the church
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4 'i i ; ', Beaver and Everson Sts. .
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Mrs. Maybell Taylor, wife 6f Rev. Eddie Taylor of 673 W ;!.', Officers for the annual i

16th St. is visiting in Now York City She,is a member ..:' Women' Day observanceare
:; : Mrs. Juanita Green,
of Zion Hope Baptist Church and'is the most ancient matron "
: :"' chairman; Mrs. Deloris

.of A. M. ,Frazier Court 156 Heroines of Jericho.' r'l k :?fk1.1 Burls, co-chairman; Pro-

; gram Committee; Mesdames
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,l Juanita Green Willie

t" I ....' Daniels, Deloris Burls
Mrs. Ida M. Jackson of 1142 Kings Road left the ,city : : :" Tommie Wilder. Music:

last Saturday for Detroit, Mich. to spend her Vacation
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Mesdames Willie Daniels
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with relatives and friends. She is a member of St. Paul ..: Essie Sullivan and

AME Church. 4 : .;f Deloris Burls.Dec6rations .


.. .. ... : Mesdames
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Ollie Worth, Florida

James Estelle Jones
Mrs. Katie Allen and mother Mrs. Gracie Christopher
and Ruby Johnson. Courtesy
are visiting their son and brother in Washington D. C.
Committee: Mesdames 'Ruby
They are members of St. Paul AME Church Mayport.
'SAUL OF TARSUS' famed biblical drama, will be presented Sunday night beginning at 7 p.m. in Mt. Clawson Pauline Miles,

.tt.t.tttttttttttt..ttttit.. Ararat Baptist Church's education building. The drama is being sponsored in behalf of the Sunday and Aaron Frison. Con-

School.anniversary program which is headed by Mrs. H. J. Brewington. Johnny Fowler is the vehicle's tact Committee: Mesdames

director-producer. A portion of the cast shown from left are: E. C. Thomas, Carolyn Conway Hattie Marie Taylor, Evelyn

Mr. and Mrs. Eillie Ed Carter and daughter Velera of Lang Mrs. E. ,Gillis, and Mrs. EL Best (right, background) J. L. Chatman Deacon William F. Davis, .McMillan, Vermel Porter,

Atlantic Beach have returned home after visiting New and Betty Campbell. Mrs. H. J. Brewington is also assistant producer. Mrs. Betty Campbell, Jacob Jeanette Irvin. Finance:

York City Hyannis-port, Mass. and other points of Chatman, Ira Carswell, are assistant advisers, and Joseph Chatman is stage director. Mesdames Lillie M. Bell

interest. Debris Burls Tommie
(Florida Star Photo)
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Wilder, and LenreathaHo
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Mrs.. Marian Felix, daughter Miss Janette Felix and Laura Street Mrs. A. McBride'sAnniversary ". : Alusrcafc? Sunday! Captains g an. are: Mesdames
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% First
granddaughter Gloria La von, left the city recently to Baptist A musical program will Alberta !anning. Juanita
Fete
spend their vacation with relatives in Detroit and Presbyterian be presented at 8 p.m. Green Debris' Burls

Canada. They are members of Abyssinia Baptist Church. Sunday At 3 p.mi .AnnouncesActivities Aug. 21 in the auditoriumof Louise Grimes; LillieM.

Church NotesBY Mt. Moriah AME Church, ., Bell, Leliavj emons,
... ... ... Mrs. Anagiline McBride
.titt.tit. ** ** ** .ttt and Stonewall i"
at Oak Ruby Clawson. Cathe
L. N. PEARSON SR. will 'bserve her anniversary -
Sunday's order of serv- Streets. Frison, A.B. Houston and

Miss Margaret Bradley who is attending high school in Rev. A. B. McFadden, "an events. with Sunday a program beginningat of ices begins with Sunday Appearing will be Miss Miss Elaine Rose.Publicity .

Daytona Beach, is visiting her mother Mrs. Margaret Second associate pastor Church of 3 p.m. in Bethel School at 9:20 a.m. with Cora Lee Moore, Melvin : Lenreatha
Baptist ,
Bradley of 1054 13th Street. Baptist Church, Sweet- the superintendent and Grace, the Congregational Hogan.
will the
bring message instructors in charge. Gospel Chorus the Sunday's regular orderof
water.
t..tttttt**tt.tt..t..t..t..t Sunday during the 11a.m. Morning worship beginsat services begins with
AngelitesReginald
morning worship.He The program will include -
11 a.m. The Deaconsof the Heavenly Sunday School at 9:30:
Jones ,
needs introduction.He Rev. Fred Williams,
Mrs. Louise Guinyard of 2842 Jupiter Avenue, ,is -in no pastor; Bethel's Choir the church will lead Echoes, Sammy Hinson, a.m. followed by the f i if

Barnwell S. C. To attend funeral services for her formerly sang with 2, the Dixie Jubilee in the devotions. Choir Miss Frances Scriven. 11 a.m. morning worship ;
the Westminster Choirof
father Harry Gray who died Tuesday morning following a Singers, Samuel Hinson, 3 and Usher. Board 1 Invitations have been The message for the day
St where he
Laura
will serve throughoutthe will be delivered by
brief illness. extended to the publicto
his incentive the Master ,Keys The
partly got
day. all Rev. H. Hollis Hooks,
attend along with
Holy Lights, Grace Band,
.
r ttttttttitiitttiitititittitttitit to study for the ministry.He BTU begins at 5:45 p.m. and choirs of pastor with Choir 1 and -
singers
Heavenly Fire, and other
is engaged in studyat and Evening Worship at the city. Usher Board 2 serving
gospel groups. -
i Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Webb and family from Fort Lauder- Stillman College Other participants will 7 o'clock.. Melvin Grace will also throughout the day.
Tuscaloosa Ala. The
dale, a former Jaxons, who have been visiting Mr. Webb smother include : 'Ken Knight The Youth Chorus meets serve as master of cere- Evening worship beginsat
Senior Choir will support
Mrs. Melissa Webb of 1238 Cleveland St. motored master of ceremonies, for rehearsal Monday monies. The program is 6:30 o'clock.
services with C. S. 6:45
at o'clock.
home Monday evening after having spent the past few days Simmons Jr. organist. Mrs. Essie Mae Perry, night being sponsored by Mrs.
The Male
rehearses -
Chords behalfof
Nealey on
Miss Deloris Jackson, Mary I
here. Sunday School beginsat at 8 p.m. Tuesdaynight's
the Women's Day Drive
i Mrs. Essie Mae Thomas,
9:30 a.m. with T. V. Worshiptogether
Deacon and Mrs. A. Rush, Prayer Service which will terminate in
.....ttt.t..tt..tt.. Huger, superintendent in starts at 7 o' clock.
charge. Prayer services Mrs. B3irnice Thomas October.
Wednesday night's Bible this
Felix White, state president of the Eleventh Episcopal will be held Wednesday and Misses Jenkins, and Devotions will be conducted -
Study is scheduled for
District Laymens' organization, has returned from Atlanta at 7:30 p.m. All membersare Ivey Jean Miles welcome by Deacon Sanders
7 clock. Boy Scouts
Ga. where he attended the Connectional Convention asked to support address. meeting is slated for Williams of Evergreen week

of the AME Church. Miss Mary Roberts also attendedthe this service of worship.The Mrs. L. Gulnyard's 6:45 p.m. Thursday. Baptist Church.

convention. Senior Choir holds ,
Choir 2 rehearses at 8p.m.
its rBgular monthly Father Dies In S.Q' Choir 1 rehearsesat GOD CAN HEALIf
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meeting and choir rehearsal The sudden passing of 8 p.m. Friday. The
you are sick and can't get well don't give up. You
I Friday at 8 p.m. Harry Gray, father of the Children's Choir begins too can be healed by the power of God.
Miss Sylvia of and instructor in the You can see Rev. F. F. Johnson
II I Epps Tampa an The attendance of all Florida Star'- s Society rehearsing Saturday at his healing center at his home rat

school system of Hillsborough County was a recent visitto members is desired. Editor 'Mrs>'qI Louise 4:45; p.m.First 610 West 18th Street Apt 4. day

the city and during her stay she visited .friends at Cokes are available. or night. Phone ELgin 5- SB57 or write
sud-
\ i) Guinyard, occurred Baptist Church, before coming if you desire to keep

the Florida Star. the Youth Center. Please denly following- a brief 1025 Jessie St. Rev. from waiting. Rev. Johnson will be in
patronize this serviceat illness, ''Tuesday" morningat Jacksonville Florida permanently.
t 'i"* *;* C. B. Dailey, pastor,

.....t..ttt*ttt..t*........*. our own church. the deceased'.,,- home in invites all Christiansto REV. F. F. JOHNSON

The Young Adult Club Barnwell, S. 'C. share in its activi- "Your Guide To Faith"' t--_ _. __ _
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which is being organized,
Mrs. Jennie Stubblefield, former resident of the city A lifelong resident of ties.

now residing in Trenton, N. J., is in Trenton, N. J. at held their second meeting Barnwell, Mr. Gray for .
last Sunday at the homeof .
visiting her mother. Mrs. Ira Washington and familyat many years was the suc-
Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. cessful w.now
1153 W. 26th St. While here, she has been honoree at owneroperatorof it's Pepsi
several social events. Pearson, 1751 UniversitySt. an auto repair, .busi-

'. .' '.,. The following have ness. j : for those who think young

,...t..t..tt.t..t...,... J ,:.;.. ,,...: been elected officers: He leaves to mourn :

'.',:..l-. Rutledge H. Pearson Sr., Mrs. Lula Gray, IUrs. widow; t it Today we're onthe go as never before. We lead the full life.

f Rev. and Mrs. E, D. Ross of Mt. Pisgah AME' Church will president Mrs. Daisy Louise Gray Guin i & .. This is the life for Pepsi-light, bracing, clean-tasting

: leave the city Sunday to attend the funeral of',Mrs. Ross* Dixon, vice Jresident; yard Jacksonville and pPepsl-Cola. At stores, fountains, say "Pepsi, please"
Frank B. Pearson.treas Mrs. ,Amanda ,Gray Perry,
sister in Georgia. '
1U 1 o ur er ; T. V. Hugar Corpus Christ Texas,

*.................. ........... chaplain. Officers' daughters; Thurman and
slate will be completedat West Gray, both of Barn- ..

the nejxt meeting on well, sons. Also a host

s Mrs. Winston Rogers of Portland, Ore. recently :vacationed the second Sunday in of other relatives and -r' ;

with friends. She was the house guest of Mr., September which will be friends. ,.

and Mrs. Johnny Taylor of 2102 Mt. Herman St. She also held at the home of Mr. Funeral services will ..,.

visited relatives in Albany, Ga. She left the city last and Mrs. Rutledge Pear- be announced.

Tuesday for other points before returning to Portland.She son Sr. 536 W. 18th jLf

was entertained with parties and sightseeing tours St., Aug. 25 at 8 p.m. Elder r rve r .

while }n the city. ._' \ ,
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Miss Jacqueline Yvette Keith, d..ghter of Mr. aad Mrs. bring the- message"'* Sunday

!. James Keith of 5350 Newcombe Drive .left the city: last beginning at3- p.m. In.

:.1 I Saturday for Baltimore where she will speed<< her:; vacation HBderataadia BOW -dlaeasioa to your aid the First Born Temple,

.. with her uncle and aunt Mr. aad_ Mrs. Jaee. Alston.. relicioa. Solve life a 825 I. Morrell Street.
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-, $ MInist.ria'' r Shot ,During ., Important Civil Defense Meet NAACP Leader i. SPORTING UP I IBy


Calls I AccidentlyEledroucfed
Alliances Sues
Hold-Up : Slated At Stanton Aug. 21st

For ReportsRev. For $1 Million ( c.. PARHAM JOHNSONTHE .
NEW YORK In a telegramof
How to seek protection against radioactive fallout in condolence to Mrs.

J. B. P. Williams, MIAMI --- A man who store was the event of an. enemy astack on this area, will be explained David E. Parker, Jr. NAACP EYES OF FLORIDA will be centered ton the Bethune-Cook-.
liquor
president of the Inter- shot during a at a public mass meeting Monday, Aug. 21 begin-
robbery has filed a million Executive Secretary Roy man Wildcats when the footbarl season officially opens
denominational Ministerial ning at 8 p.m. in New Stanton High School auditorium, extended the
dollar claim against Dade Wilkins because of the home boy whi left, made good and comes
all
Alliance, is calling on 1149 West 13th Street.
County, it was announced.The Association's sincere back home to take over the reign at his Alma Mater.
pastors of the city to turn -
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suites plaintiff is Dr. E. W. Thompson, one sympathy in .the dl Lath of Coach Jack McClairen joined the Pittsburgh and
in their church and organizational was made through School S .
Johnson 25 of area's civil defense \ husband 'who rendered
Jackie Lee of the
there he remained star end until he it to
reports by Aug. Board Superintendent Ish great service as presidentof as a gave up
Duval
27 in order that all monies 401 W. 23rd ST. Hialeah supervisors on the Brant, the civil defense become a college coach. No one with sound reasoning csn
shot Metro Civil Defense Council stated the Pine Bluff Ark. the coach to do miracles in his first
and pledges collected who was by a council and Stanton's expect young yearas
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during the Freedom Movement officer Oct. ,22, 196 0 that W. A. Weatherford school officials Thompson branch in the critical a coach. Whatever the outcome may be, Florida welcomes -

financial drive maybe during an armed robbery ina Civil Defense Council director added. year of the" Dollarway. back home one if its own.

published. liquor store at -NW 10th- will lead Monday Since the timely instruc- School case. IT IS ALMOST A CERTAINTY that when the Steelers meet

,Leaders are urged to send St. and 7th Avenue. night's discussion. tions' affects the lives Dr. Parker. 37, was presi- the St. Louis Cardinals in the Gator Bowl Saturday August

who was hit in Weatherford has conducteda dent of the Pine Bluff, in the vast crowd of at the
their pledges and reportsto Johnson, and futures of all Duval 26, somewhere spectators
Rev. J. B. F. Williams the back and since that series of similar lectures residents it is expectedthat Ark. branch in 1959-60 game Jack McClairen will be watching his former team-

431 W. Ashley St., Elgin 4- time has been paralyzedfrom and meetings in a overflow attendancesof when the Association was mates win lose or draw. McClairen was on ,the receivingend

or to Rev. D. B. the waist down! was numerous high schools and adults and teenagers engagec in an effort to of many passes during his stay with the Steelers.

Barnes 1363 Harrison St. alleged tocompanion 'have, been the according to Thompson, is will attend the event. desegregate the public i Should he attend the game one can almost be assured he

ELgin 4-7501 and ELgin 5- of another man, well equipped to pass on schools in suburban Dollar will be watching the ends and especially the one who

4909. ;Marvin Lowe, of 1441 NW the latest information on J.F.C( Appoints way. A dentist, he was takes over the spot he once held down. '

; According to Revs. 71st St. during the liquor civil defense protective accidentally electrocutedin WHAT HAS HAPPENED to the Jacksonville Jets ? It seems

Williams and Barnes "A store robbery which resulted measures. Negro: Judge his Pine Bluff home on that a great scramble is now on to pull out of the cellar -

tremendous amount ,of interest in between $70 and "We are calling on all August 4 while working withan by winning some ball games. It seems that the young

is being shown toward $100 being stolen from the churches clubs, and 'WASHINGTON--if he is electric drill. team has suddenly come to life under Dixie Howell, the

this movement by the cash register. similar groups to help confirme by the senate A former U. S. Army captain new manager. The team has a roster of 20 players-with

and' make this meeting the big- this fall 'Cook, County Dr. Parker had
citizanry of Jax Metro Detective Harold 15 of the 20 being rookies. The team has an 8 man pit-
they urge the public to I Stoller, who had been tip- gest of its kind ever Judge James Benton Par- practised dentistry in Pine ching staff with only one having previous organized

remember that"No chain ped off that a holdup wouldbe staged in Jacksonville sons will become the Bluff for 14 years. He is baseball experience. The two catchers are rookies. Out

is Stronger than the Weak- attempted was hiding in Thompson continued. first Negro ever to attain survived by his widor two of six man infield, three are rookies, two 'ri th previous
est link. Citizens are Arrangement toward hold- a life tenure on ,a sons, a daughter, mother
the time of
the store at experience and one listed as inactive, Three rookies
ing the meeting at Stanton U.S. District Court brothers.
also reminded that "If and two
the incident. Stoller was bench. and one with previous experience make up the outfield.
you can't Pull. .Please said to have fired on the .. WHATEVER IT WAS THAT the new manager has instilled in

Push IWhite two men, wounding Johnsonand i Famed Chaplain, Family, Visit Hometown the .layers we do not know, but whatever it is seems to

killing Lowe. be working. The climb from the cellar all the way to

Sit-In Johnson maintains that. he the top is a little too much' to expect from any managerat

was only a bystanddr in this late period of the season. It is certain however

Victim Is Cited the store at the time of t : that if they should keep winnung games the attendancewill

.If the robbery but the surely rise. The fans don't expect our team or any
CHICAGO I. A white #
sheriff's office stated -t other club to win every time, but they do expct the
Florida State University .V f -Th
that an armed robbery !' team to win some and that is exactly what the Jets are

student... 'who was sentenbed charge is still pending ..+ doing right now. The rokkie-laden team is playing the
to-a; Jail term for sit-in
against Johnson. Jb'L 4; brand of ball that fans can ppreciate.
activities will receive a ,
$5,000 scholarship for his vi-. .Thp1r a4c WITHIN A FEW DAYS FROM NOW the school bells will be
Muriel Rahn's
civil rights activitiesfor i .. ringing again and the students will be back in school,

it has been but before that time the football candidates ,will get
Negroes, Shocks
Passing %
announced. \ r&tt1iw } down to business. The coaches will just about know what ,

John Jefferson Poland, who Entire NationNEW they will have to work with during the regular season.

charged last year that his' YORK --Muriel Rahn It is approaching the time when, the coaches will beginto -
shed their briny tears over the men they have lost.
enrollment at FSU had been noted soprano, was not only
turned down on account of "admired for her beautiful r ryp Their big problem is to plug. the holes left by the play-

his racial activities, late voice but also loved\for 4 ers who have gone. /

attended San Jose State her generous spirit, and WELL WE MUST NOT GET TOO FAR AWAY from the baseballscene

College in California. willingness to use her because the season is not over by any means. The

Poland was to receive his great talent to aid worthy battle is still a fight to the finish, with the Cinci-

scholarship this week from causes, NAACP Executive z.# ,;._ .. nnati Reds breathing down the necks of the Los Angeles 1
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the Supreme Life Insurance Secretary Roy Wilkins said M f : v w/. Dodgers at one time and then it reverses and the, Dodgersare

Co. of America. in a telegram of sympathyto doing likewise. Over-in the American League, it is

Twice arrested for sitinsin her widower, Dick Camp- first the New York Yankees and then the Detroit Tig a s.

Tallahassee and Jacksonville bell. There are alsp other teams in both league that can't be

Poland also stageda Funeral services for Miss counted out.
hunger strike while in Rahn were held at St.Phillips I xr i ,Ia I ONC OF THEMAIN FACTORS in both league, 13 the strong -

Tallahassee :jail in protest Protestant determination of the managers of the clubs that are now

f against racial bias. Episcopal Church in New battling'' for the pennants. Manager Ralph Houk of the

York on August 11. She Yankees, Bob Scheffing of the Tigers are looking pannant-

'Shine1 Sales died in Sydenham Hospital ward. The managers of the other teams are also determinedthat

Charged To Three here on August 7 after a both "lubs must deal with them before the pennant is

protracted illness. won. Manager Walt Alston of the Dodgers and Fred Hut-

At TB Hospital Wilkins recslled that Miss chinson of the Reds 'are aldo determined, but the other

Rahn had always been responsive managers of the National League will be in there battlingthe

TALLAHASSEE --- Charged when called upon pennant contenders down to the last notch. No '

with possessing and salesof by the NAACP to participatein : 3 manager is going to hand the pennant to. either club on

moonshine whiskey, three 'programs and contributeher 'a silver platter. Just two will play in the World Seriesis
patients in W. T. Edwards
any body's guess.
talents. Her husband,
State Tuberculosis Hospital REUNION -- For the' relatives and many friends of Jax's Deveaux family, its was a __
Mr. Campbell, a producerand
were arrested Sunday, constant round of reuniins and and reastablishing of friendships during the past ten
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director, has also
Sheriff W. p. Joyce reports days. The famed U. S. Army chaplain who retired last year with the rank of Colonel,
aided NAACP causes.
The three facing charges had served with distinction in nearly everyr,. theatre carrying the national colors. In

were identified as: Morris Youths Charged top pix posing for family photo are from left: Lt, William Deveaux son: Mrs. Goldie WHEN YOU ARE ILL w

Hunter 51; Willie Gilbert; PENSACOLA--Two youths, Cherry, Col. Deveaux and daughter Mrs. Len Deveaux Brown godmother; Mrs. Lenora You Seek fh Beat Doctor 1I )
When Your Doctor PrMcribtc
43, and Mae Baldwin 40 David Lee Tibbs, 18, and Deveaux Brown; Col Deveaux; Mrs. John A. (Della) Deveaux; Mrs. Minnie Arnold, of 1488
Get Experienced Plurmidalf .
Joyce, who said that he Sylvester Lee 19, are Steele St. the Col.-'s aunt and hostdss; Mrs. L. .T. Sellers, a life long friend of To Fill Your Pmcrsptfett .

had received reports of being held on charge of the family, and Allan (left) and Vernon Brown, grandchildren, (foreground) In bottom According To Your Doctor

whiskey bring sold at the murdering a tavern. owner, pix, old Jax and army associates are reunited; standing from left: Lt. William De- Orders. We Uce Only

hospital, stationed one of police reported. "veaux, Jax educator W. DeVaughn Sweet; Col. Deveaux ; Rev. H, Hollis Hooks, former The Beat Quality Drugs At Dr. C. E. BlackProprietot

his deputies, John Driggersin According to Sheriff 99th Air Force chaplain, and pastor of Union Community AME Church; and Star n ers

the facility as a patient Bill DavisLee is allege d editor Alyson E. Wise, former Army correspondent who served with Col. Deveaux in the
3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOULILLY'S
to have confessed to the 25th Infantry Regimental Combat Team.

Drig ers reported not robbery-slaying of Jack -
STORE
only actual sales of Beckham. 36, as Beckhamwas Urban League'sNational DRUG
leaving his RiversideBar Thieves
Net
whiskey, but also said here with some $2,000in ConfabSet Glamorize Your Neil Party 1907 Kings Road ELgte 34278A
that he bought two half With a Sparkling Clear COMPLETE LINE OF:
pints himself. cash and checks early $lSO.Take For DaytonNEW Cosmetics Rubbe Good Candle SumdrSe
Sunday, Aug. 8. ICE PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
YORK- An attendanceof s


FREE! FREE! FREE! thieves Weekend some robberies'netted$150 police' gates.nd approximately visitors I, expectedat OW dele- PUNCHBOWL t .y, .-:,- J 1f<
reported. Ohio when the <:> :';'E'r1." ", '
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Pick Up & Delivery Service On Saturday night, Aug. I 51st Annual Conferenceof t' "

,12, a short, husky Negro the National Urban League : / .
FOR armed with a pistol took i Iit Kf;>;,_.; -' > Make ',
1 your
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in bills and $2.50 J ;: .::;
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ALL YOUR DRUG STORE NEEDS personal check from Mrs. it was predicted here today I _.-i. I.':-' ,, ,:,':- Face.peel r

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CALLMerVon's Ann McCullars, clerk, at x : .
"Reshaping v :
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the Art Craft Cleaners. 1K"
Job in .
Relations our '
Pharmacy 3952 Hendricks Avenue. I Afl Seasons crystal tine ke pivh.. L: j ? LOOK GOOD' ,S'
the Sixties" is the theme-I bowls are bout,fulfy 4fferenr.use i / 1
Shortly after ,noontime W.and effective for part**,Amu, /-'; '' J
2735 W. Ecfgewoocf Av& Sunday Richard Schmidt ,of the Conference which I .brations.receptions They nraveruriM are obtainable and cele.nttiflowers. t: '
Street opens September 2 and con- fruit or other decoration -1L
Beaver
30 a frozen in. nit no Has orbother. ;4
service statiin attendantwas tinues through September 7. I Xr tertico Is complete.yoi 1f
:;. Phone \ The meetings will feature ke ptfvh bowl wil be robbed of between end and iet up for you. Call tog
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GESIX THE FLORIDA .STAB Saturday, August 19, 1961 i
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Allen U., Grid. Negro Candidate Who's H* ?

: Flood. Pro ftcrnfcs
DETROIT MICH--Despite
Star Is. SlainPHILADELPHIA.PA
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HIRAM, OHIO--Negro pro- the blood, sweat, and
football candidates besieged tears which is usually
both the Cleveland associated with the
;' --A 19- Browns and champion daily grind of football

year old promising Allen Pittsburg Steelers train- training sessions, a

University Columbia ing camps when the cur- humorous note often appears -
S.C.., football star, the rent training sessions: on the scene to

son of a high-ranking officially got underway.As y t offset the rugged estab-
U.S. Army chaplain, was Coach Paul Brown got lished routine.

shot and killed here his charges underway inquest Recently, the Detroit

recently by a youth he of another bruis- Lions were being photo-
I ordered from a girls' ing season against. top- graphed by a well-known

swimming pool. knotch opposition, former lensman who cajoled,
The victim, Maxwell Negro collegiate stars coerced, teased, and
Whittiagton had. come were included among those ::: : ended with giving terse
South Carolina to i : direct
iron fighting for Jobs among .M- .r a orders to the
try for an athletic the huge squad totalibg players.The .
scholarship at a Phil- 53-players. tense situation was
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adelphia school. At the Three great potentialsin somewhat subdued when
the Brown camp are: Roger Brown 300-pound
time, he' was serving as a jv t .A
a lifeguard at the North .James Caleb Preston L former Maryland State
Philadelphia Playgroundpool. Powell and Bobby Watkins. sophmore tackle quipped.
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These men are expectedto 'What in the world is

Held for investigationis I help bring "bact the i k e 1 Jilr he, a photographer or a
15-year old Cle o Brown halycon of the mid- line coach.'

(Popeye) ,James. who was forties and early fifties. : .4 ,

arrested at his home Another great prospectis TOMORROW
f .I&&
shortly after the shoot- Charley Ferguson, Yr7 t yr
ing. Police said Whittington 6'5" 220-pounder from depends on

chased James away Tennessee State has, in + our colleges

reservedfor Brown's estimation, the
from the pool a Yxc
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girls on certain hands with which to become ? r r M ?t we as a nation cannot afford to be
days. James, it was dis- another Dante La- econd-rate. The college of your
::I' !4 choice needs financial aid now.
closed ,had thrown one velli. Give generously.
of the girl's shoes anda ,During his first two 1 J I
tJ Published
as a public service in cooperation -
cushion into the water- weeks his Slippery 4r with The Advertising Council..

Witnesses said that Rock Pa. training camp, 7& '

James threatened to return Steelers' Coach Buddy
and shoot Whitting- ,Parker greeted 15-Negro WATCH THIS CLOWN
ton-which he did. Whit- candidates. The Steelers u. fV

tington was shot in the .already have starters in 29-76-14

abdomen and died laterat Eugene .(Big Daddy) Lips- 865-20-361

Temple University combe John Henry Johnson \
tam. i
hospital.The John Nisby and Fred ; d t g 'i 4 ., 7

former athlete's Williamson, Luke Owens ',: ".i r 7 4 9 '7
father is Lt. Col. Maxie and reserve power runner \
Whittington an army Charley Scales. ;c' 0 6

Episcopal chaplain. His Among .the newcomers, .. T" 199-33-235
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mother Mrs. Bessie Brady Keyes and William :. : : 16-50-2
Whittington lives in Willie Simpson may make

South Carolina. the
I grade. Sometimes beta op
Sometime he' down
II To Coach flo adds subtracts
In Ghana He works It all around
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University's track sion of Cultural Exchange -
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coach, Eugene D. Thomas, to serve three

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A HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL PROJECT--According to the sponsors, the recently cl maxed first annual Leader- Man's Are Numbered Days

ship camp for Girls held under the auspices of the Florida Association of Colored Women's Club at
"Man's Days are Num
"Florida Normal and Industrial Memorial College, St. Augustine. Some forty girls representing various bered" Health And Fortune -
state .areas attended the week-long event. In top ,photo, the young ladies and sponsors pose for Can Be Yours
photographer along side of the swimming pool prior to daily swimming session. Officials shown in When You Know your

bottom photo from left are: Mrs. L. M. Allen, Mrs. Marjorie Prince, Mrs. A.B. Bolen.. president, Lucky Days, Lucky
all from Ft. Pierce; Miss Iola Houston, Belle Glade; Mrs. W.H. Brunson, auditing staff member, Colors Etc.

I I I and Mrs. Daner Hankerson, both ,from Lakeland; Mrs. Louise E. Taylor, first vice president, and Send $2.00 for your

camp committee chairman. Horoscope Guide For

(FNI Public Relations Photo) July
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OLD FASHIONED Jesse Owens Negro Duo Wins Simkins Loses ATTENTION LADIES Post and Office nail to Box ZODIAC 561.

Turns Down Greensboro MeetGREENSBORON.C.Mark Send Reporters Mall Jacksonville 1, Fla.

Skinto S : J Tennis FinalsG&EENSBORON.CDr. Your Social or News Mann

% Hotfa Offer ing the first, time that Mondays To Street
George'C. Simkins,Greens- FLORIDA STAR
lightens dark spots Negroes were ever 2323 Moncrlaf Rd. Cor. 131k
CHICAGO Former Olympic in'I'I :
boro dentist defeated Date of
perfect powder vited to participate was Or Phone EL 4-6782 Birth
track great, Jesse Owens 6-2 6-2 by
base Sintopa. team composed 'of Dr.
recently turned down'what George C. Simkins and Allen Morris in the PHOTOGRAPHS FOR
was termed a lucrative'offer
Charles Herb n. walked singles finals of the
to join* President off with the doubles Greensboro City Tennis EVERY OCCASIONExpert
Jimmy Hoffa's Teamsters' Tournament played here
crown of the annual
Manufacturers of Posner's Bergamot,11the Jar with the Star" Union as a public relations Greensboro City Tennis last week.Earlier. Photography

director. Tournament played here in the week, Portraits Weddings Bi aQaels
Owens, whose job with "! Passports & Identification Photoa
recently. Dr. Simkins had teamed
the Illinois Youth Commission I Photostats & Commercial Work
Simkins and Herbin in with Charles Herbin to Cuts
terminated recently Photos For Newspaper
i. due to budget sweeping the finals win the doubles champion While You Walt
match, 6-3, 6-3 over ship. It marked the firs t Coloring & Picture FramingLet
difficulties-he said to
Greensboro Atty. C,. K. time in the history of Us Take A Photo Of You.
have been earning $7,400a
ift Josey and Bill Stewart, the tourney that Negroeshad -tj .
Y year-is a successful ;:
earlier defeated teams participated. ,__ In, Natural Color -
radio personality (WAAF) I J.

and owns firs a here.public relations I Technicians' Join FAMU Staff I AVERYAVERY'S PHOTO STUDIO

HMD-tea" TO Er+C LIBRARY I ;(
: YY Ray Schoessling, top 1674 KINGS

Teamster boss here ,over Phone EL 4-7695 For Appointments
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position to Owens last You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get_

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Schoessling said, 'It LOW 'PRICES
would be wonderful to

hare Jesse Owens in our' On Your
organization.. He's an I

outstanding American in I DRUG STORE NEEDS
many ways who could be of .

service to us ,in our
varied activities.' 1 y Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store

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Owens' State Job was
.' We Will Meet Any Prices Advertised
eliminated after.he spoke RECENT Additions to the staff of Florida A&M University
: KEN KNIGHT in behalf of Joe Glimco ere Miss Barbara Walker of Tallahassee (left) who has In Your Local: PapersROOD'S

< union daring the taxicab assased the duties of X-ray technician at the university
.. 4' ---.Ian You To Listen To =' representation campaign. hospital and Miss. Gwendolyn S. Davis Hammond, La., lab WHE PHARMACY :

: "HOGBTTRABPStart ., technician. Hiss Walker a former FAMU student, is a
j, .!--.. '.,,; Royal Crown graduate of Manhattan School and was foraerly employed 1H1 KIMtt. ROAD .t MYKTIE AVENUI
PHfjHB EL 133791W
: in the X-ray department of Unity Hospital Brooklyn,
.At 7OOP.M. .
** Settling 6t rtr w. *b /. Ml Doctors'.'NJCfItlou
Company
Jf. Y. Miss Davis, a former student at Dillard University
; 1400 WRHC 1400 1235 SAN Mapco KYt New Orleans, is a graduate of Gradwhol Medical Technology PAY YOUR: LIGHT; WATER AND TELEPHONE
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It t wPlayers' Group Plans I Strong Movenienf Aga/nsf; Fla.SiasI I

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This week sounded a 'Call-to-arms* of all prep foot-

)allers by the city's five high schools in preparation } _

'QT another three months of gridiron combat. Though

'head-knocking sessions do not begin until next week, '

local coaches officially opened up drills In sweat : : '
shirts and shorts, sifting through the raw 'material. : : :
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Stanton, which sustained its worst record in the :

;school's history last year, points to a ten game slate
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Culminating in the cross-city rivalry contest with 4 i *.

Matthew f. Gilbert. Though no outstanding players return
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from-'last years' squad which was made up mostly of

'sophomores and juniors, the Blue Devils will seek to improve -

on its 3-won.5-lost. 2-tied record. 3)
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:i The 13th Street school will average 180 pounds up front,

aqd boast of a fleet of fast .hardrunning backs. The

:flue evils will go in for, the multiple offense, centered -

around the power slants of the single wing.

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Thursday Sept. 21 Pensacola I Here

'Friday, Sept. 29 Douglas AnderHere

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Friday Oct. 13 Howard There
High SHOWING OF THE STARS of the pro-football world will be lavishly dis- Luke Owens (center) veteran Steelers' and is also an important cog in

( Ocala) played here Saturday night Aug. 26 at the Gator Bowl when Jax Chari- the champs defense scheme. Tickets are now on sale on a first come

Friday .Oct:. ; 20 B.T.Wash i ng ton There ties presents its annual sports .extravaganza in pitting the champion first serve basis at the Tourists' Convention Bureau 307 Hogan St.

:.. :: '- (Miami ) Pittsburg Steelers against the vaunted_ St. Louis Cardinals. Game, time Phone reservations or information may be obtained by dialing ELgin

Wednesday t 25 Northwestern Here 8 p.m. John David Crow 6'2" 215-pound former Texas A&lf triple- 3-9736. Jax Charities is urging sports fans of all ages to support

(Jax ) : threat back (left) and Frank Fuller (right) 6'4" 245-pound former this annual affair which benefits thousands of the needy regardlessof

Thursday Nov. ij' Campbell St.Hi There F Kentucky star tackle will be strategically deployed by the Cards. race color or__creed. __ f
( Daytona .
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:riday Nov. 10 Beach High Here Wins State: Runners-Up blots / I II .Baseballers I BlastJirnCrow

( Savannah )
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I BOSTON. MASS--Following during trips ranging
N /.16 Duval I Voc.Gilbert Here
[v'. hursday .y, 'the recent All-Star base- from 40 to 200 miles

Thursday,'iovL t 23 Here ball game here one of usually made by bus.
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tr; ... the main topics of the When the team reaches

1 / i DOUGLAS ANDERSON major leagues player its destination the

s = representatives was the visiting team has lunch
s Jouglas Anderson's progress to date has been hindered
question of segregation. before going to the
fby. transportation. Coach Washington said that he has
Invited to the meetingby field.
| ,trouble getting the boys from the outer areas in for .
Bob Friend of the
)practice sessions. The Negro players have
i I' t Pittsburg 'Pirates to stay in the bus while

The_ Fiery Dragons1 Schedule Detroit's Billy Bruton. the bat boys purchase
one of the most elo- their sandwiches from
Sept. 16 Matthew W. Gilbert Here
Sept. 22 Peck HighFernandina( ) There quent speakers among drugstores.Last .
Negro players, urged that
( winter the Ques-
Sept. 29 Stanton There
immediate steps be taken
tion of segregation a-
Oct 6 Green Cove Springs Here
to eliminate segregation rose when Florida's
Oct. 13 Duval Vocational Here
1 in the Florida's Negro leaders demanded
Oct., 19 FolkstonGeorgia Here
)ct. 26 Harris HighHastings( ) HereIov. 4x spring training camps. that major league ownersdo

3 Murray High There Bruton was accompaniedto something about lower-
the meeting by the ing the. color bars at
II Northwestern ( Jax) Here
St. Louis Cards', Bill Florida Hotels. Miami

NORTHWESTERN ; White.In holds the distinctionof
the end the players' being the only city
Northwestern head coach Julian Walton, who lost some r. :, association voted to to relax social traditions -
.8 players from last year's squad, asserts that his
send a letter to the it was disclosed.
ine will be just, about the same as the.1960 aggrega- *
t x r : owners urging them to
tion. The new faces will be ,seen at ends and in the
lackfield. F immediately end all East-West Setto
I segregation at trainingcamps.
The Yellow I Jackets1 Schedule I Aug. 20 In N.Y.C.
RUNNERS-UP--Shown abbv are members of the Jacksonville Recreation Junior!
; I 15 Duval VocationalLincoln I .J.J Outlining their prob-
e pt. eept.22'
to Miami. 83. They are,
." League Baseball Team, which lost the state championship game i
;: lems to their white
; High There
'" s -r.let. front row from left: Billy Washington, pitcher; Bobby Jones catcher; Ronnie Preshia, NEW YORK--Breaking a
29 OPEN .:. I counterparts, Bruton ,
ept. :, 28-year precedent the
shortstop; Ted Richardson outfield; Arlexie Gray Jr. third base; Rudolph Jamison
: and White said
) 6 FAMU There I :
High <
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Negro-American League's
r. outfield John Gaines.out !
Second Coach Joe Freeman Ken Bryant ;
first base; ( row)
'We have to sit in a
let. 13 CarterParremoreHere
All-star East West
infielder Dave Jonessecond vs
field; Albert Reese infield; Billy Ransome, utility ;
bus and eat sandwiches
let. 21 Campbell I St. High Here annual baseball classic
coach Abram King.Other members
head
base and Raleigh Washington Coach. Third row;
I let. 29 Stanton : Here and Willie. Jackson while our teammates go will be brought East and
Alvin L. Jones, Walt Haywood
are Horace Newman Alfred D. .Jones :
ov. I Gilbert I "f. Hereov. to a hotel and ea.t played Sunday afternoon

II Douglas I Anderson Hereov. steaks. Aug. 20 at Yankee Stadium -
Old Timers Set I New Englanders Seeks Bar Removal
18 OPEN ,:- 'We don't need to sleep '
s Labor BOSTON--It has been announced constitution has been in the same hotels as The array of baseball

GILBERT a y Setto. that the New voiced by the New England our teammates but we'd stylists which have

England representatives section's board of direc- like to have the priv- been entertaining thousands -
Matthew W. Gilbert slate
opens a ten-game September "
to the 'meeting of the ilege of making the of sports fans
I 1 tors to Massachussets
l 6 against Douglas Anderson. The slate includes 8 home
ames.ept. The annual Old Timers Professional Golfers Attorney General EdeardJ. the choice.' annually at Comiskey
Game, known to the public Association will vote to McCormack Jr. Both Bruton and White I,Park
are being broughtto
h i I 16 Douglas I Anderson Here as the 'Liniment Classic' pointed out that
eliminate the ban on It has long been my I segregation New York City this
; ept. 22 Daytona(Camp be II High ) Here will be played in the Negro players. opinion that racial dis- is at its worse year

ept 28 Washington HighMiami( ) Here Myrtle Avenue Baseball Objection to-the organization crimination and pre- "
i ct. 6 Marshall I I High i ( Plant I City i Were Park at 8 p.m. ept. 4. 1
s 'CaucasionOnly' judice in sports is as
\' ct. I 12 Lincoln I I High I There for; the benefit- of the
clause in the PGA's
net.. 20. Jones HIghOrlando i ( I ) Here building fund of the un-American. .

:)v. I Northwestern (Jax ) ,Here James Weldon Johnson 0

,r'v.. 17 Rosenwald High Here Branch YMCA.Questions. YOU CANT BUY A. FINER

1;. )v. 23 Stanton: Gator Bowl I Ij have been
j asked about the game as
Duval Vocational KENTUCKY BOURBON .
to whether or not it '
dward (Ed)"Joyner, former backfield coach of Florida will be played with

irmal. replaces Ernest Ills on as head coach of the Johnson, Branch announcing : '(.": '

: icational High School Engineers. For the past six officially that the annual \

;, lars Joyner has,been on the Physical education staff event will be

Douglas Anderson High School.ommeqting featured on its annual .. I
I : on the task he faces the new coach stated: date. *

fe are playing ball in a tough league with our job cut ,Those who have helped

f it for us. With the assistance of former coach Wilson promote the game throughthe .,
!' id the other assistant coaches Richard McBride years are again invited 'Yyse

;,, iwrence Jones and William Odoll along with our reaming to join in and ,,

: lettermen. I feel that we can field a sound help to make the Classicof ,* TRAIN YOURSELFFor

Lub.' 1961 bigger and .

Through the Engineers' schedule was not available at better than all previous 'dr1 A Paying Profession

ress time they will play ail; four local high schools sessions. The invitationis --,

p s well, as Murray High of St. Augustine Hastings Green also open to all meD ".. ....' I In 26 WeeksWoman
and Peck High of Fernandina. interested in playingthe -" '
ore Springs, -, ,1:.:t. '
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game. > MtMUlNMNMM :
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COMMKHOIAL WCOOIM. AOVtHTIIIN.. .. HOMK. rnt Some who have stuck '. : t >, :
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It ART STUDIO Thomas, Warren Howard, AT

IaRO ......' .1f Skindown Robinson. Rev. ,
TELEPHONE 4.\ ( :Fred Richardson Major ; ; :: ref fSaar t ,
FLORIDA IA1IER COLLEGE
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JBtorHay August 191961. '.. THE
-' -, FLORIDA-STAR': ,. T PAGE EIGHPolite'

drips Off The Blocks Dyva/'s Horn Nurses ft.ciV.. Red Cross "Pins '

j t I ls" Swannee

1 1I V Nursery I
BY JAY JAY''
Open 5 days a week for

In recent months we. have seen the formation of a Corking Bothers. Prom
thought to be by' them elite political class. These 8 a.B. to B p.B. Reasonable

super politicians pride theaselves on ,the fact that they: : rates. MRS. E. M.
enjoy dI POLITE. EL 44861.WHOLESALE.
a "closeiStnan-the-rest-of-us' relationship with : : t Si
r
politicians of the other
group. These boys are ready' to,
go to war whenever
the press or anyone else take TO
issues with their heroes. In fact they Jump to the defense ETAIL I BUYERH .

when anyone attempts to say anything other than II IS WEE K ONL

praise be to the mIghty concerning. their patrons. I NO DEALERS

Listen fellows All persons of caucausian descent have \ : : c .

thd same basic feelings toward all of the Sons of Has. G
You had better stop "chunking them 'rocks' 59 Ply.ST 40....... ..-$895
else and' at everyone 59 Consul.4D..... ... $795
Join solid front rather than think as you do. S I 58 Por d.V8a20.: .... .. $795
The Club Eldorado seems headed for legal t i 57MercCoDv., .... .. $795
trouble....
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Buster 56 Pont.4D-HT..... .. $695
Ford'.s out East is, jumping. More and'more folk 56 Ford.2D.. .... ... $395
are finding *.A 56 Cher fag........ $595
their way East as this is the ** : 4 ..... ...
only spot in i Q 0 P Psf. > Pp < "5W* P"fj 56 Ply 4D .. $150
town where boys 55 Buick.Conr.. ...... $495
and girls of color may enjoy a 'good, 1, 55 Merc. Mont.... ... $395
session without worrying about losing a piece of one's 54 Linc,20-HT........ $695
be.ad. Among those 53 Buick.4D... ...... $175
digging the sounds were Hattye and 53 Ford.4D Cus...... $225
I'Gwen Stewart,. Ye Olde Edutor, E. 0. 8. himself His I 53 Llnc.4D.. .. ...... $295
; madam
Mary; Hilda Wooten 52 Merc HT.. .. .. .. ... $195
t Harry Jackson, Jr. and Gwen. t
Smith. Two or three different
sounds. groups gave out with the HOME NURSES' CLASS GRADS CITED--Amidst' impressive program highlights, some 40-members of the Amer- MOST ARE FULLY EQUIPPED

i ican Red Cross class in Home Care of the Sick and Injured received certificates and ARC pins Monday
You take in the Palms at your own risk; one night the night during graduating exercises in Walker College Auditorium. Honors were conferred upon: Mrs. NORTH FLA.MOTOR CO.

'"teen-hoods. bounced the bouncer. ...Simi ar rough stuff, Amelia Coffey, Hiss Ann Christine Coffey, Mrs. Clementine Wiggins, Mrs. Rachell Kelly Mrs. Elizabeth 605 RIVERSIDE AVE.

goes on at Manuels Tap Room, except that the bouncer McCutcheon Mrs. Aldonia Joyner, Mrs. Helen Alexander Mrs. Bessie Bryant Miss Mary Conneley, EL 6-6828

there is as rough as the teen-thugs. Mrs. Annie L. Bell, Mrs. Merle C.'Coffey, Mrs. Janie Corbitt, Mrs., Lula Dawkins, Mrs. Oplee Fennell, '

George Washington beat out Joe Flanders in the storl) Mrs. Delores Mitchell, Mrs. Minnie Porter, Mrs. Josephine Patterson, Mrs. Nettie R. Robinson, Mrs. STRAND SUN-SAT.

derby. George is the proud papa of a boy. Mama Sarah Tiny R. Rivers, Miss Ouida Reed, Mrs. Thelma King Mrsl Gussie M. McCall, Mrs. Laura Hill, Mrs.

and son are fine, George is still in a daze. Joe and Susie Gilbert, Mrs. Diane Thomas, Mrs. Elizabeth Powell, Archie Bruce Mrs. Harriett Johnson Mrs. Mfm ..A iOREM PIOOI C iCN

Beaulah a sitting and rocking and waiting for the long Dorothy Johnson, Mrs. Velma Moore, Mrs. Thelma White, Mrs. Clemmie Bruce, Mrs. Gussie L. Rhodes,

legged bird. Ike White, popular beverage salesman is off Mrs. Willie M. Reese, Mrs. Selma Merritt, Mrs. Bobby A. Watkins, Mrs. Eldora E. Williams, Mrs.

on his annual vacation and plans to play in the U. G. A. Fannie E. Smith, Mrs. Mavola Tanker Mrs. Eloise Britton, Mrs. Susie M. Ford, Mrs. Lucille Morris, THE LOSTCONTINENT

National Golf 'Tourney in Asbury Park, N. J. This week,. Mrs. Nancy P. Travis, and MrsV'Annie Gordon. Mrs. L. Anne Humes, was the class' directorinstructorand i -

finds Ann Watson, Chip Reed and Retha Jones on the was assisted by the ARC'S Archie 'L.- Bruce. Representatives from Mercy and Brewster hospitalsand PLUS CO-HIT !

campus of our Alma Mater ,. Ann won the state wo local clergy were program participants. ,

.wens singles tennis title. She iscompeting in the (Florida Star Photo)

Nationals at Hampton Institute this week. .
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Also -tan the sports kick. Nip Sams 'and other -members'- St. Paul RilesSalurclt S >Police' Last Boys Wanted FireROOSEVELT
of the Brewster Mens Club are beating drums over th Respects

annual pro football game. Nip will entertain For
:
Big .y' "
Daddy"" Lipscombe and all of the other boys before, the Reportscontinued Paid Samuel 2323..Mbncriet:; WOODY: *-,-?-ftl;

game. Rev.A. Crumady IASANEGROSERGEANT STARS IN

Adrian "Ken Knight is back on the air. He and the MASONIC RITES FRIDAY.P.ld. \Wbnft Prosecute r H. JohnsonFuneral at 13th.Street"POLYETHELENE" -E--- )OHFORDS)
madam ,have just returned from a vacation trip through the
:South. He joins Alphonso West and other who deplore the Masonic rites will beheld Robert Ya his's untimely "

ordeals facing the Negro tourist who travels by auto. Friday night for stumble resulted in his .r : .
Rev. Aaron E. Crumady being allegedly cut on the SUNTAN HATS .c-: ...:,. .
The boss and his madam took .r. '"
a quickie in Miami. Johnnie II
beginning at 8 o'clockin face and chest by Jay From '"
Shaw has Nine colors: Red, yellow,
changed the places he spends his idle hours in. orange WARNER BROS* TECHNICOLOR
Elcee Lucas Is St. Paul Baptist Tould during an argument green, blue, violet, black,smoke,
extending an Invitation to John "B.&; PLUS CO-HIT1!
Church. All departmentswill Sunday afternoon, August clear
Pick ens to Join the club. Membership consists of pro- participate with 13, at his Spruce Street Matching Scarves .'MAVERICK QUEEN'irvUtEw

prietors who.have been taken by employees.Erlc-slmpson i s the order of ceremony home. -each Mall.O'Urge es; filled.21" brim Regular$4.50.$2.50 TMIU IUM fun

a charter member of the club. Pickens closed his eyes following: Order of the Mathis, 18, of 230 Spruce 9J AUDIE MURPHY'S STORY
and his cash flew Wholesale lots at reduced prices 'TO HELL AND BACK'
down the steps along with checks con Eastern Star, Heroinesof St. reportedly was involved '
taining a wee bit of rubber. Jericho, Royal Arch in an argument with HEALTH TAN PRODUCTS AND'UNDERWORLD.

Talking about, foxy little number, see Mrs. PrinceMatt's Masons, and the Consistory Tould. when'Tould chased 207 SUctUn St., Milbwi, *. I k. Win $95 Cash Mon.. U.S.A.Nitel
cousin. Her name is Barbara .
Buford.
She is a
Mathis to-' the house ,
real Georgia Peach. Marian Sutton took a walk down the Funeral services will
through it, and.out into
services for
middle aisle last week. She is now Mrs. Walker, Hubby be held Saturday at 3 the street where Mathis Samuel H. Johnson of 1' u: zk xj ;
is aboard the Shangri-La. Arnold James p.m. in St. Paul
left
the land of Baptist
tripped and fell. Tould 1048 Scriven St. were
happiness (bachelorhood) as he took Bernice Toby down Church, Rev. Robert H. cut him on the face and held Wednesday afternoonat SHARE IN SIATf PAINTS
the center walk.II Tommy" Broome Wilson, pastor
Engram became Mrs. of Bethel chest and ran. Mathis declared St. Phillips Episco-
Jones last Sunday. Baptist
InstitutionalChurch that he will not pal Church, Father Vincent -

The kids out at the County' Club added something new to officiating.A prosecute. Harris ,, rector,

the "bully gully" They call it "the Johnni Stewart"How and prominent religious fbbbed by 2 Min: officiating.A '
fraternal leader
do ycu do it? It's easy just make like .a phoney and Rev. Crumady's passing, Two unidentified men, who native of, Nassau, I Ii31
pop your fingers. That's Johnnie trademark. They say. had come in earlier sup- Bahama Islands, Mr. (
Be prepared for an earthquake or any other type of die : occurred Tuesday follow- posedly looking for change Johnson had resided here m LIMIT EVERY 2nd CA>i f REE
ing a long illness in
aster. ,Johnnie Stewart spent some money the other night. hospital at his nativehomeTbomasville a for a Coke machine, returned for the past 45 years,

He /had Carolyn Payne, here visiting from Washington anda Ga. to Gordon's Atlantic and had conducted a LATEX ENAMELSOUTSIDE
friend out and did successful
do the sponsoring. contractingand
He was pastor of Jax Service Station and robbed PAINTS
John Reed, president of the interior decorating WHITE
Night School _
Student St. Paul Baptist Churchat attendant.. Richard Schmidt
Council at Stanton Vocation is being taught politic at the time of his death. of .!approximately 4; $80-100. business. n S

his political advisor M.. T. Brown. Tis' rua,bred that Before coming to this Schmidt reports that when He leaves to survive: $9 $6 98UP
Brown will have' Mrs. Alberta
opposition for his committeeman Johnson,
post city, he had served the men returned the $6
next time around. second dime 'widow; Mrs. Margaret UP
assignments in Davenport they asked UP
Girls the fellow with the ,- Johnson Bethune, daugh-
Jeff Chandler-like locks and Ocala. for a road map and when

behind the .counter at the Silver Star is Ernest Christopher Rev. Crumady leaves to turned 'to get one, the Taller ter; Samuel Johnson Jr. ,

!.. Only one thing .is wrong however, he is happily of the two men pulleda son, and many other'
mourn: Mrs. Louise Crum- : STATE
PAINT STORE
married and is relatives and friends.
a proud father off. Mo- and demanded the
ady, city, widow, a gun '
della has left the Bus Station Bar and is now mixing them 1 member of the A. L. money. Schmidt was tied Interment in Mt. Olive 6116 NORWOOD AVE. PO 5-23151

up at Manuels. Both are part of the same chain. Mary Lewis School faculty; :with his belt. The two Memorial Cemetery. DallasJ. MEMBER OP FNB CHARGE PLAN

(Tropicana) Bradley is in Brewster hospital for a blood Miss Eugenia Crumady, robberd fled when Schmidt's Graham Funeral Home.
in charge.CLASSIFIED .
transfusion.After daughter; Mrs. Catherine co-worker returned from

14 years of faithful service with the Tro picanaEnquire Butler, sister; Charles lunch.

Drive In chain Willie Quaterman got the gate.: F. Crumady, Tbomasville. I

Quart ens an 'refuses to talk but the gr a p e vine .talk is and Homer B. Crumady', I
SECTION
that the 'super' lacked affection for "Q" coupled with Detroit, Mich., brothers;

the fact that a few ambitious threw some daggers in his Mrs. Lugenla Robinson, .
back aunt other relativesand HOMES FOR SALE APT. -RENT' Mylie AYC. and Adam* Phone EL 4-1468

Rudolph Anderson known as "Gas" during his high school a host of friends. Modern Homes. Colored .2-RooB Famished Apt.

and college days spent two weeks in town. He and Gwen Final rites and interment Snb-dlvlslon. $300 to 1474 W. 6tb street. OCEANVIEW SPOTS u35c

'Leapheatt both commented that they left the North and will be held Sundayat $600 down. SUN REALTY Phone EL-3-1614

learned to ice skate in Florida Junius Bowman is a' ,, 2 p.m. in Thoaasville. BL 3-7203 or PO 5-1685. FRESH SHEEPHEAD
whiz the ice 'Shaw Funeral .. FURNISHED ROOMS I. RGE
on Hattye Steward is a;.so working out Home in

Yours truly does not have the nerve to venture out on .%charge. fORIEIIT'urnlahed._ 'BOOBS by Day Night, i"leet. Lb.35CSHR. MP \
.the keen blades.Files ; Single Man. Rates 1.03 to .

--- Use of House. References ';$- s.50 .per nifht. Single. _. 89cL1., it

Requ, ted. PO 5-1338* or Double. JOHNNIE'S MANGO MEDIUM
Murder Eckles -
24, of Eastman K-
PoUeeReports ROOMING. HOUSE. '710 u.49
Sol. Gen.' lest SNAPPERS SHRIMP
William M. HOUSE FOR RENT- ; J
Warrant Citing West said the widow of .... Ashley. EL 5-4025 .
69C
Upstairs House for Rent. LI.
Thomas N. Quarterman. 24, SALEBlec. MIl FIMdI'{ Ib. 39c
Ga. Deputy filed the murder warrantin 6 rooms with 3 lane bed- ,

connection with the roois. Hot and Cold"water.. Guitar $90: Bathtub

MACON GA.--A Dodge No Children. Near_ Bus $20: Sink $10; Banana
fatal-shooting of her SpHkl14 TROUT
County deputy sheriff husband. Lines='724 DeWltt St. trees $2; (dig ea, yourself '

is being held in Bibb A report from Bibb fobbed Of $137 Call EL 4-3720 or 6-4903- ). EL 3-9942.. /FRESH SSe

County Jail without bond County Medical Examiner 1 L'
Malachi DeCoursey, 33, FLORIDA
following filing of a Dr. Leonard Campbell
1111
murder warrant chargingthe states, there were pistol local Ware police St. that revealed he was to HAVE CASH -1 Will BUY LOBSTERS I CATFISH. ft. 49e

lawman with the :fatal burns on the victim's in
a bar at Ashley and
shooting of a Negro man*. clothing.| He died of Davis Sts. drinking sign : Craks t. 45c
YOUR VACANT
Held in custody ,alttaJr. internal 'bleeding. LOTS S9cLr.fly.. .
he started to leave, threes
investigation of charges Ca1l= EL c.8782 _-. &
men grabbed his and took. ; Ea7-
is Deputy Benjamin J. :* *: .. RED BASS ft. 3Se
.. .. .' his wallet containing $137. .' .
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