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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
July 16, 1960
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

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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:
UF00028362:00569

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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:
July 16, 1960
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:
UF00028362:00569

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Preceded by:
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With testimony having brought out tjiis Dawson, 50-year-old Negro well

week that a ITegro prisoner digger was sentenced Wednes-
was actually day to die'in the electric chair

murdered; in Raiford prisonNegro citi- for the murder of a"two-year- Decisionr

zens are wondering just how many ifegro old white boy Roger Clayton.
Sentence was Imposed by TALLAHASSEE -
prisoners have been killed by torture Circuit Judge Hugh M. Taylor.A Circuit Judge W. May Walker
A scene of one or the trade courses offered at Duval County .
methods in Duval jail and Raiford. Circuit. Court jury had convicted held Wednesday that two Mi
Vocational School is shown here with instructor Otis
High; Considerable suspicion was aroused Dawson without a recommendation ami NAACP leaders must an.
Spe i gh t s ,seeing the v/or\c of students in his class. The of mercy. swer questions of the Florida
several months ago whon a Negro pris- Defense .
Attorney Paul Gregory Committee
Legislative Investigating -
Vocational School which has both day and night divisions
said he
oner 'died' under strange circumstances would appeal to .
will open for its fall term on Holiday, July 18th; with registration in Duval County jail. the Florida Supreme Court. Failure of the Rev.T. R. Gib.

for day division set for 8: 30 a.ra and 3p .m. for Dawson was charged with son. president of the Miami

registration for evening classes. A wide variety of trade .A former: technician tion nude. with salt under Us I killing Maggie the Clayton.boy's mother 36, also Mrs.but NAACP Graham, to and answer the Rev.the E.commltt T..

the school located : hospital. buttocks.. -: .."''-"._ ._ ,he tried In the ...
co-q.rses are offered at at.521SI..Ashley'Street at 'Raiford ,Suite Prison. *, was only slay .. ,4. ..'.f question*,-w ill W
Stanton Hitchcock, medi- big of the boy.Dawson. deemed contempt ->f court and
in old High School. Wednesday he was refused Joseph D.
permission to give medicationto cat supervisor at the prison neatly dressed, appeared punished accordingly, Judge
shaken
I convicts shackled to their remembered seeing by pronouncement Walker said.
said he .
BOY FRIEND NABBED cells during the summer of Bryant and other convicts of the... death sentence. 'The NAACP "probably will
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Dismissal of Sitdown FOR TAKING BILLFOLD 1958. chained to their cells on var- appeal" the circuit Judge's ruling

Mrs. Dorothy Mae Mormon. Robert Whaleywho servedas Ious trips he made to the MAN LOSES $125 to the Florida Sui .rrae ;

21, of 1156 W. Beaver Street a medical assistant at the maximum security building in TO STRONGARM MEN Court officials of the Miami

Case Appeal Is Asked was the victim of a robber who prison two years ago, said '1958. medical records Willie C. Crapps 23, of 401S. branch said late Wednesday.
came in her room and stole he asked former Guard Lt. Several
said. Earl Leslie Chesser If he were introduced showing prisoners Main Street. Sylvester Geor- In a letter to opposing attorneys -
her billfold police
could treat the prisoners while were treated in July and gia was the victim of strong- Judge Walker directed -
TALLAHASSEE The city Wednesday asked The victim stated that her they were being"pmjished." August of 1958 at the prison arm robbery last Monday as he the committee counsel.

Leon Circuit Court to throw out the appeal of eight Negroes former boy friend, Lucius Jones *" But he said Chesser said no hospital for abrasions and Infections was lured to a spot behind 412 Mark Hawes of Tampa, to

who were convicted for disturbing the peace in a sit-down. 25, of 1170 W. Beaver Street explaining: "What's the use of of the wrists and but- Broad Street by a new acquaintance draw up an order requiring
demonstration Feb.20. cut the screen on her bedroom tocks. reported. Graham and Gib..on to appear
punishment if you're going to police
Attorneys for the Negroes had taken the case to the window and came into her room ease the pain while they're before the committee in a hear.

Supreme_Court.three_times but the high court transferredit and took her money thereJ: ." ing on July 27 at the state
capitol to answer questions.
to the Leon circuit Court. Vote Probe
Mississippi
; Judge Walker said that Gibson
Chesser sad IS other for
City Solicitor Edward Hill in Tomoka Park Is Closed I mer guards Include Guard Coming Up NAACP Says must bring with him the

a 30-page brief filed with the James H.:Dunn, are being membership lists of the Dade
court contended there was no Capfc,tried before a federal JACKSON Miss. (ANP)-An official of the NAACP stated here County NAACP branch from
racial discrimination in the ar violating last Friday that the Justice Department plans to conduct a probe in which to testify.
rest of-the Negroes at a dime After Integration Try court jury constitutional on charges rights of of- counties in Mississippi where H appears restrictions have been placedon The committee is seeking to

store lunch counter. Negro voters.
Raiford prisoners In the summer determine whether Communistshave
and fall of 1958. The Medgar Evans, state NAACP field secretary. said he received a penetrated the Miami
DAYTONA BEACH State Park will
Tomoka
Hill quoted from testimony and elections divisions of
letter from Henry El.chief of the voting NAACP branch.
third week. *
trial lain Its
at the Municipal Court trial by remain closed at least until the next meeting of the Florida the Justice Department promising that the inspection program in the Hawes brought the contemptof

the store manager. The manager Board of: Parks and Historical'Memor1ats, Chairman:John' The defendants are accusedof South will include counties in Mississippi.. No specific counties were court action after Graham

valdlft the past he had Fite Robertson of Sarasota said Wednesday.The inflicting brutal. and unauthorized mentioned in the letter Evans said. refusal to answer questionsand

alto denied service to white .. board's next regular meeting is.Aug. 15 at Tampa punishment upon 21 la Washington"the Justice Department refused to comment on the tybson failed to producethe

persons. but the date may be moved up-in view of Tuesda/s closing convicts housed in the prison's matter. membership lists. They refused -

Order, issued after a large group of Negroes picnicked, in grim maximum, security build- on grounds they feared 1
Hill said the city had tried > in charge of
economic
s and
Chesser physical repris
White section. ing.
to keep racial issues out of,thee a DOMESTIC QUAlllLBL the maximum security unit at ARKANSAS SUPREMI COURT JUDGE CALLS INTEGRATION als.

Se. and pointed out it was a Robertson who ordered the ENDS IN STABBINGA the time of .the alleged bru- -GREATER CRIME THAN RAPE matter of invasion of the prop. closing, said a similar incident UTTLE ROCK Ark. (ANP-Tbe most extreme segregationist Judge Walker said their refusals -
last tality.
erty rights of the dime store. occurred there several weeks domestic fight Sunday also told the court position ever taken publicly in this state by a high official has broughta were "Inexcusable and
resulted in the husband getting Whaley
"Appellant* effectively destroyed reaction of shock throughout the state. without foundation."
ago and the board had voted stabbed with hunting he treated Negro Talmadge
a
Wootworths* lunch 'to the. park it shortly before Sellers State Supreme Court Justice Jmv Johnson declared'here Sunday He said
padlock if hap- knife by his wife police said. Sellers the evidence presented -
counter trade during their that he believed integration to be "a greater crime than raPe and
The government .
died in Jn a May 30 hearing before
peaceful' invasion of its lunch pened again. He said facilities Davidson Maxwell of 1770 E. I prison. "
death, muM
contends that Sellers' ere him "fails to show substantial
counter premises and its rightto for whites and Negroesare 26th Street told police he and least V any .
at
on Sept 6, 1958, was SEGREGATIONIST risk of a deterrent effect
serve who It would
Hillsald., In the bedroom of their home and tear gassing he received.WhaleJ' Arkansas Gr;ette be would campaign for passage of a state constitutional anticipated to result from a
But the B v. E. C. Tlllnar the he wentto of schools faced with in- disclosure "
"By refusing to leave on request and after argument amen..nent to permit closing public of Colored People.
of Mount Bethel treated the
BaptistChnfch said he
their actions implied sleep. He said while he was tegration. But even if substantial risk
who was one of several convict wh e.sen- .
,20-year-old
had been
they would be served or else." sleeping his wife. Mrs. Evelyn shown they still
adults In of the nude on
charge Maxwell. 54. stabbed him with en was handcuffed PROSE OP NEGRO BLOC VOTING REGARDED AS INTIMIDATION should answer the questions
The 1Cegroes\ sentencedto Party said the Negro area I the small ranporeh adjoining because "the Interest of th
were intimidate e
the hunting knife.Investigating after- MACON. Ga. ("lP-In a move regarded an effort to .
$300 fines or 60-day jail "ls definitely Interior. That'swhy his cell on a Friday last state is so grave, pressing and
Bibb
said Negro voters the newly convened county: grand jury
officers he
said when
we went into the white. Whaley
terms on March 17. They BOOH. compelling that the Interest of
contended bloc
week was ordered to make a thorough Investigation of voting
section.1 highly Intoxicated the next Monday -
that the both parties were to work
city 'did not came by Negroes local elections. the Individual should yield to
show enough evidence, during i and after the victim Sellers was dead. the public Interest or to the essential
Most of the Negroes were Bibb County'Superior Court Judge Oscar L. Long said his charge
the dry jourt trial Warrant Duval Medical
to ,was treated at testified he requirements of the
saw Macon circuit
Whaley also had the full support of an judges ia the
acoovicikM. children from the vacation Bible Center they were put in jail other prisoners shackled to The Negro vntp was the decisive factor in two recent. elections welfare of the state" the Judge

but Hill disagreed, saying School at Mount BetheL on drunk and fighting charges cells, including Ruel E. Bryant held.

there was aura vidence Tillman said the school face who testified earlier In. the here.Alderman Gus Bernd received 300 white and over 1,000 Negro

He said the demonstrationwas ulty voted last week to hold week. Bryant was hospitalizedfor votes to win office several months ago. DOMESTIC QUARREL

"far from peaceful" and the annual picnic at Tomoka MN HIT ON HEAD a ,cyst of' his spine at Last year. Mayor Ed Wilson won over Kenneth E. Carswell with ENDS IN STABBING
pointed out the recommendation the of ballots. A domestic fight last Sunday
Negroes should Whaley a heavy majority Negro
Park and decided then to Thomas "
use
Sapp. 38. of 1662 W. .
have-negotiated with the stone the section. The witness said. resulted In the husband get-
for service instead of sitting 'whjte Is playarea 28th Street was hit on the head he WHITE THIOJ.OGT STUDENT AND MONTGOMERY NEGRO FREED ting stabbed with a hunting
much larger there. Till bad said wu.
down at.its lunch counter.Liquor man said andonucb better de 'with a table lamp causing lacerations chained Bryant to hls\'eeIl'for threedays 'ON laND AS SIT-DOWN DEMONSTRATORS knife by his wife police said.

veloped. of the scalp last Sun- la a W ** two ooc** MONTGOMERY Ala. (ANP)-A white theology student from Boston Davidson Maxwell, of 1770 E.

Altogether about 123. Negro day during a struggle with an dons once to a sitting pasta University and a Negro be ate with in one restaurant and invitedto 26th Street told police he and
.
uninvited guest police reported. join him m another 1I'CIt.free on bond late last week after, three his wife into argument
Sale children and several adults got an
The victim's sister told police Parley Slated days in lifl. ..
used the picnic ground, in the bedroom of their home
a man whose name Is Leroy The Rev. R. Edwin King,29 years old the student and Elroy Emory
Tillman said there was no came to their home drunk and TALLAHASSEE 33. of Montgomery, the Negro. were sentenced Jo 10 days and and after the argument he wentto
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attempt to keep them out of sleep. He said while he was
TALLAHASSEE started cursing. The victim The Florida Educational Television fined J200 each after their second Integration attempt- were released -

Leon County ended 56 years of the white attendants section told 'although them at asked him to leave and a struggle Commission win hold its on ISO bond pending.appeal.King ." sleeping his wife Mrs. Evelyn
prohibition Tuesday, legalizing park monthly meeting in Jacksonville and Embry were arrested in a hotel coffee shop after they Maxwell 54. stabbed him with
tile sale of liquor by a vote of first they were not permitted came about between the next Monday. At at a table and asked tor"service. Hotel employes and the police the hunting knife.ASGISTER .
about four to three. to use it Before allowing themto t two. After 'being hit on the sa$ that they had refused to leave..
James Etheridge Jr
for proceed attendants askedto head the victim was taken to executive :They were convicted in city court the following day of HOW
The vote was 8,210 legalized secretary of the commission trespass
driven licenses of several -

see Duval&edical Center in private lay and refusal to obey an officer.
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and 6,119 against, said matters '
liquor of the adults. No ind- no 'major So You Cca Vote
with an 11 prednts reported. 'dents ere reported. .car for treatment. were on ,the agenda "
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: : : : I' WASHINGTON From a lynching and a race riot In Springfield -

: { III., the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln, on Feb. 12, 1909,
the 100th anniversary of Lincoln's' birth, to the sit-down demon-

p>felkh.d by"Uember The Filch Si c Pul>Hhlng Co. strations against racial discrimination at lunch counters In 5-
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of Associated Negro. Pres11 r and-10 cent stores in the South is a short pan In history.But .
BH f!:,!' JBdtler j ':.. _, 'i.
Ed: 4. IfeWs et.n ) ;>' in that span. under,toe leadership Bpingarn. chairman 01 me board,
C. Periim Johnion of .the- NAACP." colored led the fight"which resulted the
H1Lla moot CtreaUJteaMAW D.Pt 1 Americans bate -come' within view establishment :of a camp 'for the
.' ,rtyr otithe realization of the. intent of training of 'Negro fleers-at'' Des
-., Senator Charles Sumner and.othersthat. Moines;Iowa. >> '..V'A
., the 15th; -, lith and 15th -. ,,large and taportant;section of
,. :: PLAIITt .JI:;' r' Amendments Md-.clearly;estabUsh- tte Negro' press. led' byKihe AfroAmerican.
OFPICE' & ed as a constitutional principle that and the Chicago'Defender -
0 323 McoczUi. Hoed BL <4471ft< EL <<-.. x. -all persons without distinction of opposed a segregated officers
color shall be equal before the law. training camp. But the camp was
Addbrtiit
Mailing established and Oct. 14. 1917.
s Before anyone writes an epitaph on
P. O. Bq+'1I1. ;racks nviJ. 1, Florida for-colored-leadership and the N. C39 colored officers were commissioned

S.- fti A. A. C. P.. let's look at the record i 106 captains. 329 first
SUBSCRIPTION BATES it":1Z
: first lieutenants and 204 second
Ose'Tear.: $ .oQ) : Half Year, $3.00 Three Months '1.10 lS At the turn of the century the lieutenants.

Mailed To You, Anywhere IniThe- vapid States Confederate states had hit upon a Again in 1917 the NAACP was

tefcacriptlett. ., .-In Advance $.adrCb.Ck OX Montr fi JiJ0J;: ; scheme intended to disfranchise back before the Supreme Court
colored people completely. The of
the
challenging constitutionality
HIWACKSONVILU: 1. FLORgJ :
n.ORIDAlSTAR-P., BOX- 'I' ... scheme was the. soca11ed1r&Dd' a Louisville Kentucky ordinance
WIL father clause. which made it unlawful: for' any

THE FLORIDA STAB STANDS FORT Embedded in the constitutions of colored person to move 1nto' and
the southern states the' '"grandfather occupy a home In any block upon
K.geo Fk..... clause" exempted from pro- which a greater number of houses
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2.*Mort Negro Police.OUiar*, = ;;- ;. ....... perty and literacy restrictions for were occupied by white people

3. Squad Can for the Negro Police., S voting all descendants of men who than by colored people. .
4. More and Better Schools and Speeding Up ofthe I l were'voters on Jan: 1. 1866. Mr. Story is again the attorney
; toddling for the NAACP. but this time W.
**. -"* : In 1915. the NAACP was a
B Program. ... of six years.: But Moorfield Ashblc Hawkins of Baltimore filed
,. .'. :, Storey the 'greAt Boston lawyer a brief on behalf of the Baltimore
appeared before the Supreme Courtin Branch of the NAACP.
;v1 fO'4 ,j' behalf of the NAACP and argued The court held that the ordlance
National Leaders, Continue;;! / }[ ;* I e that all discrimination respecting was an invasion of the civil right
& ** the right to vote on account of to acquire enjoy and use property: ,
Birth Control Issue color were unconstitutional. which is guaranteed by the 14th

spring' to 14tR ? p The case had arisen from the Amendment.In .
cunh'ull.untimu'd this
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Public policy 1 tin birth 4 conviction of certain election offi the years since Federal troops
be vigorously; discussed by:.national I loaders: In, a series Oklahoma under a Federal had been withdrawn from the
Vice-President Nixon anc h.SCI JohnfjWivrayJhiYb :4 f criminal civil rights "statute' which Soulh.T coioed men had been effectively -
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; ct hnrntt-dthell. positions. : > %. .- &1 ::fi Q1T I + forbade and consplrtng'un1awtulty.fraudulent to deprive willfully of denied the.state a voice and local in the officials selection
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K, ajirawrdn! AJI i inquiry'from! : five Milwaukee I .minjsfwrli.WitSNtxgli 5' y .:-r colored citizens of the Tight to vole who governed them.
sfcijal that! his posyonhad; { nRE L ;1' i ifl ir ; ," .::.;: In a general election in Oklahoma In the contest over the electionof

defined by President Eisenhower: lust December. Chen ,. ..Y in'1910 colocered men had been denied '- Rutherford B. Hayes as Presi-
aildW Protestant magazine editors in April: that' right. dent and the defeat of Samuel J.
in an Edward Douglas Tilden, it was reported that 22 con-
Chief Justice
I he said that the President had taken a correct posj- : allowed ,
\ r wrjAbUt U? White, a Loulsianian. delivered the tested electoral votes were
,:;tri... ,bttrddded. : -; r. .- ouinion'of a unanimous court hold.. to goi:' to Hayes by the South on
j "If 1 Other' countrieshhave l reached" a decision thaf j ;= : ( ;, ing that the 'grandfather 'clause"in the promise of the Republicans to

they wi.nt to limit {population. growth at a.certiiin : Jt'iTr : : 'the Oklahoma .constitution of 'withdraw troops from th South.
''shotfd''t I 1910 Was void because it violatedthe I The withdrawal of the trooPfol.
JiUid, to us for :\ I-tance. we I'o" ";: Electoral
cyrae '- 15th Amendment.. lowed the report of the
\Iheni'lhc declared,' '"For us to say that we would notr ( ', t.Yd arsK: ..f"...y.Th CJn: 1917r when :line NAACP! was. Commission which: refused. "to go

help them combat misery.; and i11 i -health would notvbe: ,_;tJ ar .. r' ... : J :' .j 'only 8"years, old .the late< Joel '.""..ind- state' .: .

a good policy either. : ': ).,a.r, ..'. .
told the Milwaukee-clergymen' that he *. A 11'- Edlfprfbl.You ..-
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:wouldn i use the office'of President to Weekly '

(' "' t e private beliefs and practices of others. On' then .. : :" : d -and: ..Acl?verfis lID/ 9:1"! t' .
of federal funds for family planning research. ; '" : "
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.t-o- ..."Tothe..extent that they involve.questions.of.prior- "i; ..' ., I There is a .lot of talk that, the advertising industry mightbe

*:v.:i"ity to be'given research funds and personnel, I, do notrm.. .,.-..1" r--" _, .. ___::" .: 17 fABLO! _,, The' ASTROLOGER po. I.. investigated by this one group or another.
-:'believe candidate for president 'would 'want to> : There is nothing with that unless the result
any ;_. ...._ ; : wrong were
make a decision in advance without consulting public' rj' < ;. 'ro. "l'" 'WHICH ARErWU*. LUCKY. ,'DAYSrrORlUSlNESSr to try to put some sort ''of ,regulatory strait jacket 'on. an
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'health and medical research specialists. as to wKether!_*, T ; : r. t : .. : industry in which creativity is' the ,heart beat. '

.";;;. private agencies were. already meeting the prbWeni; : '. 1.gUffiClently. ., :I __ 'LOVETRAVEL r,. -: 1 r This might not seem a calamity of' great national' significance -

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Massachusetts Senator pointed out that, a '' I '::filf 1-f 'tt I!>ik.-. :94r"'tt r, I
The ,
;I;lt ,. .inseparably intertwined with the booming health. of the
Roman Catholic Surgeon General, Thomas Parram ', ,', t '. ;ARIESBornMarck2t 'LEO'Borl',1uly2 The rewards I of patience, industrial economy' -and this. involves the. well-being and
_ initiated the U. S. Public Health Service policy ;of "'to; .April I9 23 :to, August.'V2 persistent effort and faith in daily life of everyone. -
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appropriating federal funds for state" 'family planning- '.".'"'' You I often-'are.temptedrto; to You\ 'havelthJ|! >lessing' bj? a your destined place in the No serious threat to advertising or .to .the, public interest

J" ; programs. ., income:l re'daring-.when you fine f "sexfile aspect l.qetwe'enSaturn world may be h harvested. !bn would be posed by an objective scrutiny. The threat wouldbe

.J,;, -In +-a speech at Bethany College in West Virginia dave, .sufficient. resoures! :to and Nepiuije (16th- the 16th17th.. The urigergeneration seriousonly the-scrutiny were concerned with-digging
:y
1 5'T'Son! Kennedy stated:, F. '<* t?>j -, t 1 juggle' aroimd;' .but this may 17th),;.to\Q .taipL9rgiy'e.; superlative :may :be .more interested up and spotlighting the infractions; without at theiame.time: .
it 1,>"":"My 'personal l religion is against birthleontr.ohJlu 'i not be uite"'as 'good 'ran 'ideaas [service: :augment in taking discovering and weighing the virtues on the other side
up careers
_ ''that does hot affect obligation to assume,.and""carry; ib'appears, )in your; more? youra tangible:assets and totrea'tel that combine mystery as5 wells of the scales.- .

_ -is out my oath of office. The fact that I oppose this,xny-i'-; <', optimistic: moments.. ,. Whenyou 1a more. :inspiring' home adventure hd they; sKouIc! Most of*us how reaiize'tnat'some-TV: ,Quiz programs were

."'> self has.nothing to,do with imposing my views on any make::; use'of, your 'jim-- at3hosphere to' be:shared T by not denrtheir'idling i $'it.jm- rigged, some disk jockeys took payola; some commercials

.r' "one' else.:' .. 1"'. f-. pulses:\tp 'createTr? ) -promote y uri lfI ''and' those who depend -pulsions tb'give 'a,'.good ''ac- : skirted good .,taste and, .some other commercials tried to
.,' high t ideals g Birth Control a Legitimate; Issue ._ :,. { to pqil t: 'wand : connt'of themselves I .who. did, them re'rit Mature heads in the industry
; ? 1 *,. *" full "m a ill1g2bff bliss I pip! thesignificiance ; ;thejinagic ,particularly 20 88.19:: people; .. ;. -
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.i?;.!. In an address to the American Society of News-",,,. of human exis- : : if you areylieing' : .' ,. are working quickly to correct the' 'malfeasance. and
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,. o"-; paper Editors, the Senator placed the birth, control tence. .(19th-2Oth),/Those who bbtru1siyelybacked; by a fond- .l .. to discipline the.sca awags. .

issue among. the "legitimate questions of public policy enjoy the Blessings..offatherJustiflabiytemem-' and persuasive mate"orpart: CAPRICORNBorn Overriding ,these individual situations,. ,most >of" us also
4 I9th-20th). Joy given know that the advertising industry in total reflects'a high
ner ( or
-<#; > of concern. to religious groups which no one stiould h : it : Dec. 22 to Jan. 19 ;
:;t af eel l bigoted about raising and to which I do notrr10bJect beredg33Atf qU pmt; -"> received. onHhe--c.lstrhas' a A wish: ,thaf omentrue level of morality and( indeed, seeks, In its,.messages to prod
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-fI :: ambitions to attain better things including a
e 1itj foUr''natural ,
to._answerin: .. ?,-, -, : ''.>,'!, ,, Fr.:-_ 6-20.11-14.7Q: 521rirra F ; =i6-S9 lt':: could be 'slgnificarice: e of higher'Ievel of social pursuits. '

'The prospects: of any President ever_ receiving for'l ,;,. 4 lit.l* -.rl 1'. -s 'r4.I.Jft f ( ). 5Q-55-* J .'. ..'t.. !fIN' the fine sextile aspect be- tAll
signature bill providing foreign' id.fundsl.I9r-'t, .' a. 82"tEf.. r, ;. .} tween :' pf 'us see advertising perform wonders as .a partner
ct :i.hls a : P.16 tf 'v4',7'j'7) I if? ';....J : itr ) your/ruling planet, 'Sa
1- J 4" )t ;. 'in::industry, helping M< keep engineers dreaming with their
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e*>'tribirth control are very remote indeed, he said. TAURUSr: ** I ) r, turn and Nlpturie on1 the 16th-
< : *hardly the major issue some have' suggested.. Nevertheless -..> [)4 3 'Boni; 'APIil"20.1tIs.' 20 I Born bgl 24 :'tp'',Sept:28If : 17th. A friend made during slide rules, assembly lines moving, crop harvests at high
fat and
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I have made it clear that. I would neither Veto.nor .-. !: nee'dapfushT from this -
Th vents'af ihe316 =17thof particular sponsorship
.consecutive: ,,and surpluses at sa low, level: .
sign such a bilt'on. any bas.fe'except what I con-r': f er'an: ezcefeltt bppbrtunlty, above; 'thV sektiW" between should;Ji ave-ii 11 l'-tingarid ,inspiring ; 1
Hopefully ,all of are equally' aware { .advertising:
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zNeptune "'
sidered to be the public Interest, without regard perhaps'irCdis ise;' to';g et ont : 'influence ;on _'tl>a $ifleV fabric.
jsJ busy in. the social as well .as- theecoriomi+ )t
;ber .what as ; Y';
17th may : ) ; ; ;
l.lr just
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':my private religious views. These; ,aye)legitimate! J nquiries -t"r"1' tfie, gbahdwagon .bf .success, velopment ypur ideasand' crusades, effectively and without,.recompense Sot.highway
about real questions which the next Presuient"may new'1liltisophical concepts or need."his'itidicates' thercomtnuiii' '' personality.' leanwhfle"the : safety,: .fire.prevention, better schools and the sales:of.U.S.

conceivably have to face." ?. a more stable way of life.'Coninuefltoexerfise ol'h'ea"arid'' : souls drain, :on 'your'.bank ,accountor Savings Bonds., ,Recently ,it has taken on the challenge of
on the 1>f.h1 rageS that .r soUrse still
;(N t"" lJJ" :- ; ..QutloIon could bee.. gaining public understanding of"mental .health problems
".Aldittt: theiSOtlM:whemyou; ;ar vbeing are termed "niadeili; .haven". pretty seridlia.and you/should and the public his'responded by requesting' more than

The trouble with ,most-ptopl; *, !ii w ,, no ; stimulated, by, uncoritrpllable Keep a-close : HecK'.op.; :. your take steps to plug'it./u .: This 1,000,000 items of' literature on the subject' _

,r, '. '. that as soon as they get a'fcwdollart i}; itt 5 td tj; urges and'8i >Jee :,tq 9.ljon81Jupsets. -' cash., possessions. .and. phycilj is'>a:problemjyou; .will have to: Let'_,hope any Investigation. takes, ,a.tow. view,_
well ;
ahead they ; -being plan a twenty-dollar ex- .o Ets .:'-i Ji i a. fr ; ''t ; by time t the
penditure. .'.; 'r: t TOUCH ,- ,,;". ....,.._11 .. tc8.90.22.13.27.392( : tit iere"niayc be some,.,dangers 20thi;arrives-
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9'!,, : r -" F' Sfflrt) 'A) Ji" ed'ft: fOf;)i!'" ii- ;_. 80-80-22 14-24-812 '
-4t! ',: .1''[ tractions'speculative) ventures 1' -r' -\! ( .., .i., *. .' i: .l.
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: t T?! GEMINT: ? -- '- '1' :" AQUARIUS : "
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'B6r\'May' 21-Jo1 'I
IT Iv ,_.9. : 2s, .. q 'The opportunity' sextile as-'
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increasingly i aware,-',$ ."'{the t.U fJ's-'1: LIBRA ITI pest between'Saturn-and Neptune "

power you can bring to"bearwheavyDiLaret4inancially1 P.t24! f IOcti23I tir
: eliminate;the negative:factors #
ineprpudpos "
$: < dire l-rop- ,
your..ilife and to.adopt; /
depei4ent;$ idt : -. JJskf'i a ,
etiY f tlr'J- nee is :
new philosophy that 'will, ,
sessQ, ,()t. -excellent credit h
w r rightanid you see:ppssibilities "
once "and beneficial '
wprkablei '
rating*.',The! 'illorb.,you have yJ x
for extensive
j jmprQvenjents.You z
;. exerted iri4thef fpastto:acldeve to others-as well.as yourself ;
being'aidedlby; a dfineSaturnNeptune
are > .
(16th-17thK Eligible
s' this' cijniitfendabljB'* ol:ective ,
Sh! d/njwrl3 "cji6yne!d';with .aspect whichpoints Aquarians. 'wHo':have'not; beenswept
2g I
,.j .. : jMfgalhs ojdl) Jiabitationsior off their' {
a5 "" } ":" ;; feet in the
L success aMp' l11f'yod' Sn line -r
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wake-of anI imr3etuous romance
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fqrva..mnm. important and responsible -
-- ; contain! Braking
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heretofore ,
..xnfe1i I1fe ,(16th. ). tiMifi may have their
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vell'as.. inour-.. the gOth Life .is,intended to t lx

0" y" '' +7131+10p' 1Ct aim. 1CJCJ.r&4li f : ,' ..' self may be expected on the h.e: .exciting.: '.- .. I I

t i pr1a .NCBo1z11: Tm t20oJu: rIGayEseentXo g2 19th-20th. : _jtlt ;' 1, ; J" : :i :.J04419-82,514 i' i Y
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L r-wI ohtail\ .au'jthe. cash '6)0 wmscc & a xj PISCES
vitY7&m : ; \ ;a' J'H :
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tg+ ;' you} want,>:-&ince yourhave somany i .axTvRPIQsBork Boru'Feb; 18:: ,to-.March-:20

favorable 'aspect on' t. .fit\vrFthe ....The iine: ;,.sextilfc .between
pour e.'ltt3.;: : a H It is hot+godd Saturn.and-your ruling planet,
's t le.Y.Qtf }f'i ia'this' past 'whenanothi'j..o,' emerges ,
....' renKtfie Neptonevt on; the,16th -<::17th

$ .f .. 'thwhen' fre1r1; it1bu ::regretesindroutdatedviewsorcuatonls.: supplies the evidence thatnothingTreplacesexperience Hi,; 'V *, ,* .,.';

e;tahI eels. cr$67 .,When rand 'f, \I''i : --- .: ,:j' ::1- id" "
_ 1 direct yatlfil; & iptrfit" rottr.your lond acquaintanceship when ; utwiJ 11
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their attention toward, :your l lessons and exJeHences you you are in need of information cfftfi: .'--i";' ." !jl; .Alli1 KNIGHT1'.'" VJolt. '1.1
,!unds'or:valtiab1es1 Betrothals extract:thetnakfrigs f abrillian and 'guidaneeYourrfOWD.7m ,,312 tty '-'' 9
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:ler Riens.wthapIace! on "a31d"' 'bIsit ftitui'er Ddnot tUition- will not!let"-you..down -v. !Sp Invites:, You 'roI.isten To--.. ..
:he 16th-17th have the igno .lbe" J.lbl1 fr of -net r .f
stamp if you havegiren: it :leeway t 2 iii .5

The Bandies and thousands of other families lined up in .)f permanency and future increas competition and and encouragement in the 0 : KNTGHT TRAIN"Starting V

Argonne Armory to be protected by the Salk vaccine u a polio stability applied by the fine personal animosities as this days Make sure you
epidemic struck down 433 In Iowa and 7,523 throughout the Saturn Neptune sextile aspect Is one of the prices of success. are gon/tki!/ g out of turn
: --- At 7$00 P. M. Nightly .
country during the first nine months of 1959. The National Note the 21st on your 3-80-77-19-27-387 or getting'involved in neigh- ,
Foundation is arm the 9O, eooeo Americans who have sot calendar if there is father tobe 1
been protected by>> the Salk vaccine to do so dttrinj the New borhood disputes or scandals WRHC
March of Dimes Campaign. Help prevent: crippling arthritis and remembered. SAGITTARIUSBorn on the 20th. .; 1400 r 1400
birth defects as well as poUo. Join the New March of Dimes 2-6043-15-97-263 Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 6-SQ-29-17-48-639(






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:11c EHjlng Saturday: July 16, 1960 THE FLORIDA STAB
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1 V eu Deafhs&FuneralsEDWARDS I




,'.:.- I OF USHERBo.umJ. OBOCPl OF ST. PAUL ISinnio of W1LS01I Charles of
e\OTO3CH, wffl sponaor a LAn PARTY at tbe home of 1465 Florida Ave.
N1t.AK) MftS. JULIUS 0L.\! 265 Myrtle AYe:. corner 19th Pornandina.
..StJxCy 11, They nave plaaaetf thU to fjt an"enjoyable affair ROBERTS- Bessie of J'ACKSON1Jint of

.art invited. Ttere wlU'.be.file tj of deUdoui eat. 1426 Kingroad.BATT .
Hartford.
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:. .'- ; (: BROW- Mra. Laura --Mrs. Eva of

;' : of 2058 Lewis St.SERCHIONJosophine. 1660 Steole St.
v' 1Ul-,AND! UR8. WILLIAM B. STI WART. president: of Ed- : MOSESChn lie of
,._aud',Voters College and the First Lady, were hosts to the :: .
'summer school faculty and staff recently at an eating at Jicr :. : : of 1078 Ever 6 reanAvenue' 1424 I7. State St.

spat $ ,PqSJon Part tionmrf home. Boat riding, fishing and OLIVER Mrs. Eva of
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.Y tu'KUnc were )among the many activities enjoyed this :{
.. on r' L BROWlMYill of 2146 117 Spruce: Street.

.. '. : McQuade Street::
TJJESEMINOLE GARDEN CIRc X.held Its election of officers 'STRIGLERSLonnie PECK--Mrs.' Rosa Lee
for.the fiscal.year'as follow Mrs. Alma J/8cruggs. president: Mrs. ,. ", '- of 2658 Debra Dr
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of 390
Marjoa Xel' y.'sice president: Mrs. Sophie Wright second vice president Spruce .
: Mrs.:,Mary Darden. treasurer:' Mrs. Edna Cordan. chaplain: : ; BAXTEH-Mrs. Minnie SCOTT--Joe Henry of

Mrs. Rupy JCitcfaiogs. recording secretary; Mrs. RerncQ Hutto. financial : : ; : : of, 125 Johnson St. 1616 \7. 25th. St.
aeqrttary; -Mrs. Alberta J.Willianu public relations secretary: 1LIcM. : ::: ; of
and Mr{. Clara:BUton. member of program committee. Present at MAT.YELLHenry DIXON-Artis Lish of

this mating wtrt Mrs Alma J. Scrugtf.. Mrs. Julia Macon. Mrs. ,.' .j., .- -.. ,:& 423 Copeland st. 1741 7/. 13th St.
Emma.. Batey. Mrs. Sophie Wright. Mrs. Marion Kelly. Mrs. Ruby jr* BLe! e e Her -as'e- e e e Ni DE1IN1S- Atlees of
KitcWop. Mr. RcmclJ Hutto and Mrs. Alberta- J. Williams. Follow .t. AM, HJS.ILLIAH HAHRELL shov/n vrith llaoni Lc lAIS111liam of

ing tta business period Mrs. Hutto and Mrs Wright presented each Loon .:. Hickson, pose for tho photo r: her follor/in/t and McCormick Lano. 1335 Pasco Street.
member a summer plant. The committe served a tasty repast. The last P the f ITCHaLLSarah of i
.circle trill resume its sessions in Scptmbcr. ceremony Sunday firs vminna is tho former
Bunion 3629 Freeman Rd. -- -
C. Howard Tho
roccption _uas hold at the Lincoln Golf
and MoCLElIDOlI-irene of
MB, AND MRS. HERMAN D. TUCKER and children orPlaU14f1el Country Club R.M.SoloistWill

N.J.. are in the sty visiting with Mrs. Tucker' a. ..,.._ : ... ., .. "-t.W,!,' 1510 Windle St.
'Mother: ''MRS. MAGGIE RODGERS of 1018 Tyler St.. and J"-:, 1" }' 1
,other.relative Mrs. Tucker wfll> be remembered as GardeniaRodges ,! ,_ '\1-( AppearIn

t. ; rr" 0-4:1 TamiyDay'Will


:.... Recital
THE LADIES AUXILIARY 23 TO THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
OP LETTER CARRIERS will hold its mwtme July 21. insteadof Be Held
Monday as previously announced Meetine will be held in the fea-
nf
Archi Dennis one the
home 0"MRS. ANKIE PATTERSON. 4 M W. 19th St. at 7 p,m. Members Roberta
":red soloists with the
have been asked to note the change in meeting date. At Shiloh's"Family I Martin Singers will be presentedin

Ld recital July 31 beginning at
Q R'30 pjn in the auditorium of
MK. AND MRS. CORNELIUS HALLBACK announce the Day" will be observedat Day Spring Baptist Church.
engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter.! Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist The teyent is sponsored by
BETTY JEAN TO WILLIE D. SHINGLES. SON OF MR. AND Church all day July 31. Honors Mrs Carrie Sloan and is for
MRS. W. SHINGLES. Tbe wedding will be July 16. at 9 .
p m.. K will be given to the oldest family the benefit of the annual women \;
at 705 Jackson St. Friends of the couple are invited. group the youngest family jtroup- .s day observance

.- and the largest family !group Dennis one of tV country
s if t present at the morning and eve- outstan' nz zosprt; sinters: : and a
SIMPSON METHODIST CHURCH will be the scene nf an AFTER.
of
ning hours worship. of tN
composer of man currpni
NOON OP MUSIC on July 17. This affair is sponsored bv Circle 4 The morning service will faiontes. is currrnth .senlnz with

.of the-WOMEN s SOCIETY OF CHRISTIAN SERVICE. Mrs. Wilma feature a special message by the th? United States Armed Forces
Irvin and Mrs. Gertrude Moore are presidents. Local talent will be pastor, the Rev. A. B. Coleman in Fort Gordon. Ga.

featured this affair. with music by the joint choirs, He will be featured in popular
under the direction of Prof E. elections mcludirz "Step In
Clifford Davis. Plans are being JFSUS." 'He'* Already Don What
;,THE REV. EDQRUS PAIGE of Orlando ,'as a recent visitor I perfected to serve dinner to He Said H, Would Do." and many
!in. ih and the of' MRS.
city guest LILLIAN. GOOSBY. family groups. others which he recorded! with tV

r ., t The evening service will be Rtherta.fartin Sm:er*.
THEODORE BRANDON THOMAS. ha received a Fellowship highlighted by a program portraying Othftr local sinkers ar" sch 'd.
outstanding "Families of the vied to assist Dennis on the procram. -
formerly of this city
for further study in science. Mr. Thomas "
Bible. The story of seven families .
but now ef.Gr< Eacle Scout *ith Troop 51 of Ebenezer
her as be was acua.s an
Eve and ending with Joseph and
graduated from Canton High School and recejved.cbolanbjpjo
Methodist Church. He
Mary will be dramatized by members
Carolina State College. Upon receivinghis'Mje'sDcgret
; South
of the various Districts.
.-he served u Dean,of:Men at Claflin College. The Chanel Ladies families AnniversarySet
Saving and Social Leaders for the seven
instructor in science at Butler's High Club hold its
Orangeburg.. and h is now monthly and their plans for the day will
School In Hartas'.lie. S.C. He has entered the University of Michigan social no coins in tho halo of tares TcrcsF. Donc-JLd 5110 be announced. "
for the summer and his wife. Louise. Is studying at Columbia Uni Stuart Stroot. Anosc thoso prosont July 17
versity.: Their two children are pending the summer with their acre Urs. Barbara J,

grandparents in Greenville and: Pendletou. S.C. Peterson, -Tars Snollia Allen, Krs. Oronza Price Alberta

Crumbly and Mrs Torosa Donald. Missionaries By Choir 1

MRS. JOSEPH OLIVER nf 16jJI Steele St.. left the aty Friday fort
visit Kith her son and daughter-in'law.MR. AND MRS. ORMONDL. Choir 1 of Fountain Chapel

I OLIVER &f 5814 Osae Are..* Philadelphia. Pa. Her other wn. Stork DelSverifis Wedding Bells ....... 'fa. Observe. .. AME Church will cbsene its 43rd--
JOSEPH OLIVER JR. and his family from Osake. New Jersey will "" "" > ,, -I : nI.ersuy.JUJ.y..J1.af'3 rm-: .

Visit bar,Uiare at which time a family revoion. will be held., APPLICATION FOB The program:. Processional. all

Mr.and Hrs..Yindell'Barnes Mr. and Mrs. Louis LICENSES AnniversaryTh choirs: prayer S. D. Davis., et-
i MARRIAGE
THE THIRD DISTRICT REGION+ a beautician organisation 2925 Willow Hilliard 1530 W. lection choir; introduction of mistress
that war oZ1a&bed by Miss ,E. )J.< Brootans March 20.at Senior Missionary Society of Allen Clark
ceremonies.
t pa1a a.- will be held in St. Augustine July 17. with Mr*. St. Boy. 11th St. Boy. Wm. D. Kohn 6582 Jammes of Zion Hope Baptist Church will Jr: mistress of ceremonies.. Mrs
R. WHtte and her, group as hostesses. A clinic will be held in Road 23'and Brenda J. Hill"6500 observe its anniversary July 17 in Annie B. Bennett; welcome address.
connertjon kith the district meeting and the inspector Mrs. W. the church auditorium.The .
flowers Ave., 18. ; Mrs A. Bowman; response.Mrs. .
DorreO'Sffil, be present and bring' ia the laws that will govern Mr. and cars James Mr. and Mrs.AaronHill,1506 sermon will be delivered bv V. Tate.ILstory' .

the regional.) All sari m nbers are asked lo join. The group Y/ms.7119 RichardsonRd. JohnsonSt. Curtis Hayes, 617 W. Church the Rev. H. H. Robinson pastorof Mrs I.: Austin, selection .
will njalfe tour of Galncwffle .' guest of locals :25 and 27 St. 22 and
Evelyn Greene, 711 Mt. Sinai Baptist Church. He
Boy. Boy. Male! Chorus of Ml Ararat
,
dot OcUK. Officers are: Mrs. E. Swindler president; Mrs. F.cnltaatrf W. Duval St. 18. will be accompanied by his choirs Baptist, introduction of speaker
!; t 'vice president: Mrs. Ethel' Jones second- vice' Johnnie F. Chatmah, 3334 and congregation. The contest the Rev. F. W. Jones; speaker
TTOWdwil;'Mm. lama Courtney third vice president: Mrs. E. nr.and sirs.Lawrenoo3offersonLogan Mr. and Mrs.ColeyUcClain Moncrief Road, 29 and Mary Butler being sponsored by the missionaries the Rev. Steve Love: Klrct'on.
Victor*..iVcrctary: ; Mrs, O Howard financial secretary; Mrs. 3130 Haines St. 22. will terminate at the closeof choir; offering Mrs. Phoebe Taylor
Ii. J..'jlm>Kth. treasurer: and Mis. Julia .Robinson, chaplain. St., Callahan the service and will be presented and Mr<. Elizabeth Belmont:

Boy. i' Florida, Girl. Wm. T. Johnson, 1522 Miller by Mrs. Erma Jean Odom. remarks Mrs. A. C. Lockctt.
.. [ 27 and Jennie Sponsors are Mrs. Lobe Cab closing remarks the Rev. F. W
ORION X. HARGETT arrived in the city for a short visit with Lane L. Anderson, Mrs. Vera Anderson and Mrs.Charlie .
Jos mother MRS. SUSIE M. MOUNTS of 1265 W. 21st St.. after Mr. and Mrs.Arthur Mr. and Tars John 1522 Miller Lane, 31. Lee Willis. Jones.
,visiting friend in San ,Antonio Texas. His visit here was one of Broad- Wm. A. Kleckley, 2344 Lantana Badge committees ireJojce Choir; 2 of Sweetfield Baptist
many atop. he win make a* be travels from St. Louis, Mo., where Taylor, 1431 Franklin Parker,1767 Ave., 42 and Ellen F. Moran, 1761 Denise Evon. Carron T: Lock. Church will be guest choir!

'be is a teacher in.the public schools Mr. Harcett is en route to St. Girl, way St. Girl. Venus St., 38. ridge and Connie Richardson.
Notre Dame Ut1versUywhere he win continue his gradual work in Daniel W. Brown, Rt. 1, Box
the field of fine art. While in the state lie" will visit friends and 316, J ax. Fla., 52 and Willie M.
close l'daHvu'and{ his grandparents the Rev. and Mrs. Hcvard Mr and Mrs Ray Ml". and Urs .Frank Thomas, 1110 Millnor St., 27. CelebrationSlated
Howard of Summcrflcld: 'his father. Orion Hargett. of Dade City and Phillips, 820 Blanche Robins on' ,Albert St, Mt. CalvaryBoard

other relatives 1 Ocala. John F. McBride 1122 Haynes
Street Girl. Boy
For
.... .... St., 20 and Betty J.. Neal, 1923 W. SetsObservance'
Tenn.. and MRS.HOLLAND 5th St. 20Tommie .
WILLK 8. RODDY of Nashville fir and Mrs. Lonzie Iilr. and 1.1rs.Howard
PERKINS, AND. SON. EDWARD. JR., Church HeadThe
cd: ltsiwtr Ttan..' are the house goe t* of MRS. NL L. Johnson, 7233 Mars Y/iloy, 6907 Wilson Byrd, 716 Orange St..
1 BLlCKNElJMILLER: 'of 29S( Pierce 14 Mrs. Roddy--s an Street Girl, Blvd. Girl. 24 and Cearlie Flood, 2299 Cal-
te Cobb'a Elementary school at :Clarksville and Mr.. ., vin St;18. 44th anniversary of Grace
SrSS- i* aD'tnstructor in Broomsfield Elementary school. Chas. W. L. Hartley Rt. 6, BSx The deacon board o'fIt.. Calvary Baptist Church and the 20th of

.B tta' sport having to enjoyable stay here. Mr.and Its Lastor Mr and Mrs Calvin 458, Jax, 26and Helen J. Mc- Baptist Churchill observe the pastor the Rev. B. F. Brown
.... Clendon Rt. 6 Box 902 20. win begin July 18 and continue
Alberti 5526 \Villiaras t.tctlUade its anniversary July 18 at 8 p m.
Paris
the 2ih.
WESt UNION BAPTIST CHURCH announces sick members Robt. J. Reynolds, 1744 W. 17th in the church audtorium Tie through
as follows: MRS. HATTIE MAE GREEN. 1625 Logan Si.: Street, Girl. Street, Girl. St, 22 and Judy A. Norwood, 1527 annual sermon will be delivered The opening services will be
THE REV C. 0. GORDON. 1110 Pearce St.: MRS. MOZELLE Pasco St.., 18. i by the Rev. Grant Lee. pastor of conducted by the Rev. L. R Wfl.
1426 Kings Road )oU. Lila Baptist Church Lams of Morning Star Free Will
MINT JACKSON.
"JOTS W. 14th St.
:
SMTTH
Mr and Nr. and Mrs Emory Joel H. Collier 1419 Madison ,
MRS MARY MULLER. 1817 Pullman St.: MRS. DOROTHY Mrs Millie Fellowship services will be observed Baptist Church and the Rev R.
St, 23 and Bernice H. Marine. W. Jackson of Jerusalem Baptist
BREWSTER. :Brewster Hospital; MRS. MATTIE L. JENKINS. Abraham,1052 Milnor Anderson, Millers Sunday at 3 pjn A panel
Brewster Hospital: MRS. ETHEL SMITH. 188& W. 10th St.: Street Lane ,1430 W. 5th St, 21. discussion; will be presented f'n'the Church. Southside Sponsors are:
Boy
MRS. BERTHA MC COY. 1836 W. 31st St.: MRS. IDABELL Boy. Isaiah W. Roberts, P.O. Box occasion Deacons and trustee boards.

DIVOg. Cleveland Road: AND LEON JACKSON 2132 Me- 408, Callahan, Fla, 21 and GloriaD. Prayer services will be t held tonight Tuesday Might the Rev. J. C.
Quade St. Members are asked to visit the aide. J.MorganIs < Wright, 1710 Helena St, 18. at 7 pm. after which the Rogers, pastor of Macedon,
Bobby Allen, 4924 Paris Ave. Rev. A. Johnson and congregau n Baptist Church will conduct serv
ACE League Union 26 and Margaret Austin 1558 W. of Jerusalem Baptist Church w-Jl ices sponsored by Cbjir 2. Deaconess -
Boards 1 and 2:
MRS. EDNA MCCLELLAN 'of 1664 W. 16th St. is visiting Soloist 7th St, 20.Addison conduct services in the interest of
relative and friends in New York Cjty.} She reports having a Set J. Powell 7937 Maddox Usher Board 2, Teachers meeting July 20th will be observed u
wonderful vacation. MR. McdeHaa is a member of St. Philips Program Today Ave. 20 and Shirley A. win be held at the usual Iwr. "Grace Night" Sponsors are:
,Episcopal: Church. At RecitalMrs. Bailey 1984 W. 20th St, 19.. Plans for the Bible school win be Club 3. Choir 1. Dior choir and
discussed.Choir BYPU Department.
The City Wide ACE Leaue
1963 W. 20th
Rhodell B. Dixon, Rev/R.
July 21. the A. JUg
Union will present its monthly 2 win meet Wednesday
E.
St. 21 and Rosa L. Gay, 1434
Ida Morgan Scranton of program July 17 at 3 p.m. in night at S p.m. Thursday morning and congregation cf Payne Chapel
Iat MEMBERS OP ABYSSINIA BAPTIST CHURCH areas Rivera Beach. win be the featured Union Community AME Church. 25th St, 16. at 8 ajn. the bus will leave AC'burch will hate chare of
follows: MRS. LIZZIE JACKSON 1051 Palmetto St.; MRS. soloist. for the annual re- Beaver at Eaverson street. Wm. Harrell 1481 W. 21st St, for Jekyll Island. Buses win also services. SpOnsors'are! Club 4
DILLIE M. WILCOX. 2033'Morehouse Road MRS. WALTER cital of the Junior Women's Missionary Mrs. Willie Daniels league 20 and Eunice, C. Howard, 1353 leave for American Beach. and Usher Boards 1 and 2.
)4C QUEEN. State Hospital: and JOE MACK. State HospUaL Society of Second Baptist president will preside. A varietyprogram W. 21st St, 24. Thursday nieht. the entire congregation July 22. the Rev. G. G. Webbof
Redeem Baptist: Church win
Church. scheduled July .IS at being arranged fraturmg win accompany the pastor
.. a pan. local talent. The speakerwin Leqn Denson, 1630 W. Union to First Baptist Church Jack. conduct services. Sponsors are'Home
be Mrs. T. L. Wilder. St. 21 and Betty J. Lunsford cn.nUe Beach to conduct servicesin Mission Pulpit Aid Board
The Is
artist a former resident
WHEN YOU ABS ILL 1487 W. 20th SU 20. the church and pastor's anni and Cub 5.
of Jacksonville 'during which David L. White 1335 W. 26th versary. Choir 3 and Usher Board July 24 at 3 pja.services wttl
*i. You Seek TIle Beat Doctor: tune she served as leading soloist and Rosa L. Coleman 761 2 will serve Transportation wQ2 be conducted by the Rev. E. RSimpson .
,:>: ... When Your Doctor Prescribe for choir 3 of Second Baptist St, 21 16. leave the church at 7 30 pjn pastor of Zion Hope
Church and the Second Bap- N. St Court. Senior Choir 1 will Baptist Church. Sponsors are*
Club meet Friday -
r .A1..S Get Expend PhameditaJ 4ist Trio. She also served as first Community Raymond Bentley 1119 W. 26th night at 7:30 pjn. for rehearsal. Cub 6. Pastor's Aid Board and
}: 1 'ToFmYoe' Pries { president of the apol1SOrinlll'OUP. St, 22 and Arthenia L. Rawls A covered, dish cLnner win Sunday School.

$, 'i.t. According: .To YcterOrdtrs. ])cactW. Presently Mrs. Morgan Is organist Is Reorganized 785 N. Lincoln Ct, 20. be'held in tbe home of James
.< We' Uao Omlr for the Friendship Baptist Nelson Holmes,Jr, 1442 W.27th Williams. 1422 tele St. in the Interest -
;
...* a .... The Bed QsalHy Drug* At Church of Rivera Beach and a The Southed Community Improvement St, 22 and Ernestine .Stanley 1258 of District a.Observance. Gospel Choruses
Dr. C. It BlMk, member of the Roosevelt AlumniNorm. Cub recently reorganized W. 31st St, 20. ,.
a at the home of Mrs. Lillie Hamilton M KnIght, 1712 Dennis Set
PropIetora Accompanying the artist win be Sanders. St, 67 and Johnnie M. Wil- To Have Contest]

QISTESED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOULEY'S Miss Esther James. Members of OfficerS 'elected were: W. S. liams, 1712 Dennis St, 64.
choir 3 win serve as hostessesand Johnson president: Cub Mer- The annual observance: of The Female Gospel Che
James A. Baker, 1039 WilcoxSt Women'" Day win be held Aug.
render several supporting ritt. vice president: Mrs. Mozefl of
Mt. Olive
Primitive Baptisj
DRUG STORE numbers for the occasion. ,Jones, secretary: Ralph Maxwell, 21 and Susie M. James 977 28 at Mt. Tabor Baptist Church. church and St. Paul AME.cbur

Others appearing win be- Mrs. treasurer; :Mrs Corinne C. Smith. W. 12th St, 19. Officer of the day are Mr*. win be featured in a contest
G. a Yaaghi. Mrs. R. L. Glass. executive secretary: Mrs. Inef Frederick A. Dixon, Jr. 1902 Florine Bentoc. chairman Mrs terminate July. 21, to St. Paul]
1907 Qagv Bead ELgte 3-8276 and Charles Maxwell. Lewis chaplain and' Mrs. Essie Venus St, 26 and Delores L. Lov- Essie Jones William, cochairman 13th and Myrtle Ave.

ACaemsihx COMPLETE LOTS OF Waters, reporter. ette Box 514, High:Springs, Fla. : Mrs. LaG Mae Matthews have sollcrted th
Lacfllfr
Mrs. Both
Scott and Miss The next meeting win be held Mrs.. BeO Grant groups
Annie
Bufcbrs o Ca&c .s Swdxief 26. president: of members in this tsar
James la support
PBESCB1 are char&e'of am.nze.ments. Tuesday night at be usual hour president of the fouttt' boor; Mrs. .
DELJVEEfcD cil
foRs BALLED FOR AND Mrs. Alberta J. Williams !Sa the home of ).{rs. L. Sanders. ; 3L K. Williams treasurer effort.
!
is president of the society. 1 !

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Page Four .


s Missionaries Tri Institute




To Sponsor IF- -1 r- 1' I IC If Opens Monday _


Annual FeteThe
The Tri Institute of the 11th D. Bright of the 17th District will
Episcopal District. AME Church.
ItA give the message A youth program
Edward Waters _
win be held at
senior missionary societyof
Is scheduled at S pjn. Following -
College July 1122Registration
Emanuel Baptist Church will the program a reception
ipoosor its annual fellowship hour. will !bean Monday win be held in the College gym.
at 8 pm in the business officeof :
Youth of the Eleventh District
Sunday at 3 p.m. in the church the college.
win have charge of a noonday
auditorium. The sermon m3 be The Board of Rellliou.Educa.
delivered by the-Rev. R. L. Jonesof tion will meet with Bishop S. L. assembly Wednesday. At 7:30:
"A Fair Chance"will
pin movie
a
Central Baptist: Church Music Greene Monday at 10 am. in Lee
be shown Lee Auditoriumby
rill be furnished by Choirs 1; 2 Auditorium.The in
the committee on "Family
and 3. Executive Board of theWomen"
i Life" with Mrs. G. B. Gardner
The'male 1
chorus win observeits Missionary Society will
directing. The Missionary Depart-
: anniversary July 18 at a pm. meet in Lee auditorium at 3 pm
IW7 Districts 2 and 9 will sponsor an A meeting of the faculty and ment will present a skit at 8

outing to American Beach Satur- staff win be held at S pin with pjn.The
r 1 Dr. R. Elwin Lamb presiding. Missionary Hour" under the

: day.Usher_ Board 4 will meet Saturday Consecration services will beheld auspices of the Women's Missionary -
/ at 4 pjn. The male chorus at S pm. In St. Paul AME Society is scheduled at noon
..-; will meet at 7:30 pnv Church. Bishop George N. Collins Thursday with Mrs. P. Beatrice
,,
UlU/IDA The junior choir will sponsor an s ; 1" '. 4 of the 18th District will give the reen. Episcopal supervisor pre
f siding.
outing: to American Beach Thurs- sermon.
day July 21. The bus will leave 'w'r Music will be furnished by St. The Tri Institute banquet is set
Up ol the hpII c,. the church at 10 am. Paul Grant Memorial. Mt. Zion. or Thursday at 8 pjn.Committment .
Ij t to these hk'" -- 170uq y St.Stephen Mt. Moriah. New St. Day. Friday. will

Awsrka ti41/ DistrictIHtlntl i James New Bethel. Payne Chapel lminate the work of the Initi
make our- coaxtrj tan/ District 2 will meet Sunday at and other choirs of the city and ute Dr. H. Ralph Jackson "se

bed 3 pm. In the home of Mrs. R. state. Miry of Minimum Salary Fund.AME .
our community a Carter 2229 Calvin St. District Members of Usher Board #1 of Day Spring Baptist Church: paused The Keynote service will be Church will give the mp!-
| dace Intwhfcb to Bf 3 win meet at 3 p m. in the homeof Tuesday at 10 ajn. Bishop>> John age. Bishop Greene will preside.
Mrs. 'Julia Mae Coleman, 454 brioflY during their business r.1octlnz to nose for the Florida .

.* *- *'.i Wade Dr. District 8 will meetat star photogrD.phe. Seated are Mrs: : Victoria JonosMrsEssie!:

:,. B Mary 3 p.m.Woolbright In the home on of Chelsea Mrs. 1Jhite I Lira. E.T.I. Broun, lrs.. Lovett litchellIir .ustln West UnionBTUMeeting Outings Planned

4 street. District 13 will meet at 1.rs. .'.Bentrice '."ilson rnd llrs. Geraldine Alridge.Standing: are

; 4 pm. In the home of Mr. and John Jefferson James .'ells A.. Itobinsori, llrs. Eva Sanders, The Sunday 5chnol of Mt Tabor
Mrs. Joe Davis 1520 W. 7th St. BaptistChurch will sponsor an
5 District 16 will meet at the Mrs. Essie P. talker, lrs. Arlena Yopp Irs. Florence Allen, outinz to title Talbot island July

) church at 3 .pjn. in the base and !:!rn. Eartha Ualker. The Sunday School and BTU IX. Bust* will leave the churchat

3 ment Congress will convene at West 3:30 '.m. All persons makjnz)
District 17 will meet at 3 pjn. Union Baptist Church Wednesday the! trip are to brinz they; lunch
) in the home of Mrs. Mary :Miller 17th. and the Sunday School will furnish

533 Carl St. District 17 will sell Joint Event Court 206 Trustee Day through The program July is' Welcome ad. ice cream free'
dinners all
day Saturday. District dress. Carolyn Thorpe; response
1 KAURIS IX will sponsor a mid summer Deacon E. J. Vareen of Palatka; The Bin Lisht Saving Cluh will
JAC'4U13LTJ
lea Sunday from 4 to 6 Planned ins selections male Choruses 3 and 4: sponsor an outing:: to Jekyll Island
To Observe inArarat
Tort Stanton p.m. in the home of Mrs Roosevelt Slated greetings from Uv Sunday School. July 17. Buses will leave Myrtle
Rickerson on Bakers avenue. Deacon J. H. Hood: greetings avenue and Eighth street at *
The address will be given by the deaconesses DeaconA. a.m. and Orange and Jefferson
1 Corinth from
Pepsi Cola uccijLorjr- Mr. Lena George of Second Bap- 40th Year M t. Blount: greetings from the streets at 8:30) a.m. Tickets maybe
Coma* 1st Church. from Irhrtha:
and wpsi Cola BTU department Mrs. R. C. Gor secured
entitled Robert. Mrs. Bertha Walker and
nany aro proud to Districts 1 and 2 of First Co Washington Court 206. Heroines The! trustee! board of Mt. Ararat don"Wake followed Uo Dad.by a" playlet Mr*. N. R. Lowe.
salute Jacquolyn* ] Joe C. rinth Baptist Church will observea of Jericho will observe its 40thannh'erury Baptist Church will have! charge
Paige
Joint anniversary July 25 in the
Sunday at 7,30: p.m.'in of the services July 31 in Mt.
Harris of the n-17 church" auditorium at 8 pjn. The Castle Hall Broad and Union Ararat Baptist Church

class. Sacis a Rev. Richard L. Wilson of West streets, second floor. The E*>V. D J. Graham. 'minister J A II WILSON, D. D. S.
Will Attend Friendship Baptist Church and The program: Opening selection will cove the sermon for the DENTIST
moxabcr of the Honor the Rev. A. F. Cummings of audience: scripture. Psalms momma; hour of worship.

Society and attends West Union Baptist Church will XXHI; the "Lord's Prayer" in Speaker for the evening worship ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE FOR

lit. 7ion Church. Assn. Meet conduct services. concert; selection audience: introduction will be Jute William T. Harvey. THE GENERAL PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY>>
Services for Sunday will begin of mistress; of ceremonies Special music for the services!

t with the Sunday School at 9-30 Mrs. Naomi Grimes; will br furnished hv the combined AT
Joseph C-pai2f': chairman of ajn. with Deacon John Dorsey in vmistress of ceremonies, Mrs. choirs under the direction of Mrs

the division of natural sciences; charge. The lesson topic: "Amoa Rosa Ragen. Hazel Grass. :Matthew McCoy 947 BROAD STREET _

and director of public relationsat Demands Social Justice" will be Welcome address. Mrs. Ola Mrs. Eartha. Harper and Marion FLA
2.
Edward Water College trill reviewed by the pastor the Rev King: response. Mrs. Madie Cha\ 5. __ JACKSONVILLE
W. L. Jones., Jones: instrumental solo. Miss;
attend the annual mcctiiu of the Detroit About three of four
Rcnclda White: reading: : Mrs.Ola -
American College Public Relations Morning worship! will begin at It OrricE lIot:.. TELFPHOMIO
Jackson Mrs automobiles in the U.S.
: solo. Lena private are
*""*" 4-3007
A&sn. to be held at the am. with the deacons in charg A.M. TO O PJI. DAILY
George: introduction of speaker. used wholly or in part In the earning -
Sheraton-Park Hotel in Washing of devotions Choir 2 and Usher
Deacon Bailey Williams; speaker of jI
ton. D.C.. today through July 14. Board 1 will serve. Deacon Lee E. Bryant. I a living. .--._ _. -- j
and a conference of Nfro public District 1 and 2 will meet at Solo. Mrs. Mattie R. Brown; -
relations officiate: at Howard Umvci&itv 4 pm. in the home of Deacon offering reading. Miss Shirley I

I. on July 1413. and Mrs. Houston Smith, 45th and Tucker: remarks. Mrs Laura I.
I While in Washington. Mr. Pane Minoso Circle, Floradale. Cambell, MAy: Miss Esther
'uS confer u-th official: l.* of the BTU 5:30 p.m. Evening worship James will serve as pianist.
Smdcnt Loan Section Office of 6:45 p.m. with Choir 2. Gospel .

I Education. Department of Health. Chorus and Usher Board 1 lead-
Education. and Welfare on prob. Ing the processional. The pastor PattersonHonored
;ems pcrtaimne (A the adnuius'ration will give the closing ermon.
of the National Defense;
I ., Student Loan Program. He is Institutional Annual women's day will be observed
Representative at Ed- Au?. 14 throughout the atTestimonial

"A ward Waters College for the student day with Mrs. Carolyn LJmbric.
loan -program.He general chairman presiding

Ill \.: A. joins on will also confer with District 7 will meet Sunday
Stanton afternoon in the home of Deacon
How officials of the National Science
Foundation and the National Science and Mrs M. Williams 1463
Mitchell The auditorium of Carmel
Teachers Association. Mr. St. Transportation will Mt
Tribute is paid to Paige w a former Institute Direc- leave the church at 3 p.m. The Baptist Church was the setting

Mary of t ho 12th tor of the Institute for InServiceTeachers group will observe its anniversaryAug. for a testimonial program in
29 in the church auditorium.A At
sponsored hv the National -
honor of Deacon W. G.Patterson
Sho is
grade class. Science Foundation. Mr. program will be presented for
the occasion. The sermon will be for his loyal service to the church.
mother of the F3Loci'loadors Paige Mated that Edward Waters
a CoHegr: will ask' the National Science delivered by the Rev. W. C. Pitts.He Deacon Patterson who has

( CClub, Chchnp1in Foundation for support of an will be accompanied by his .served for more than 35 years LILLY'S DRUG STORE

| ( of class.VJALTSR institute for in. rvice teachers congregation from Lawtey District is a Sunday school teacher chair-
durin: the 1-| man of the deacon board financial
1907 Rd. at
) tcJf.JPl.Jf.1f.Jf. recrctannr the church,
: 4 and 14 of First Corinth Baptist
Youth Day will also participate in the event. president of the Duul County

Weekly prayer meeting will beheld Sunday school convention general bLYIA

Tuesday night at. 7:30 pm.
recording secretary of the Ea. tFlorida.
Usher Board 1 will meet Wednesday -
Slated for and Bethany Baptist
night in its business meeting
at the church. Assn. and president of the District ALKA SELTZER "
I
H ffrI 1st Corinth Sunday school convention.A 54c TOOTH PASTE 83c

program:: wa presented- and I I............ __:I.. __
MinistersSet rJts. were oven the honoree by 25 tablet jar y ""y c '"'

y Youth dar will lie observed Mrs. Dora B. Washington RiiB 98c

f July 24! in First Corinth Baptist .. NOXEMA 54e f rIfor

Church with Miss Wilma Gene Meet Revival Meet PlannedIn iI: arthritis rheumatismLILLY'S

Green ax chairman and Mama. St. Marie. Baptist SUNSHADES
Campbell co-chairman. POCKET

Annual women's day will he ob On MondayThe M1DDLEBURG, July I tB Revival 59c up DAY CAP M $3.49

served Aug. 14 throughout the meeting will begin tflrosht in WATCHES. $2.98 vitamins & minerals

i. ltt1S day, Officers are: Mrs Carolyn Baptist Ministers B'-nther- St. Mark Baptist Church and.will 100-bottle

How Stanton Limbric chairman; Mrs. M. J, hood of Duval and adjacent counties continue' through July 22. X-DRIN WEIGHTREDUCER

Baisden. en.chairman and Mrs. the Rev. H. H. Robiiww. Niabtly: prayer services will be.

Walter is a membor) W. L. Jones artinr pa I\t. president will meet in rezular conducted by the deacons this 98c
session Monday, at 11 a.m.b Baptist
12th. Grado> week. Preaching will begin next
of the BY WOMEN Bethel Church.Highlighting : r trial sizeDRISTAN
class Band and) the days activities week with the Rev. C. C. Brown'

Spinning, Toans of) will be the preview of the Sunday pastor of Sprinz Hill Baptist. .ii SPECIAL I
Annual School lesson. Order of the day Church delivering the. sermons.
DayIs
which he is captain win be the Rev. H. W. Stuckey. r I TBROWNIE NASAL MIST $1.19

His hobbies include "News and Views" were presented
ic.:football an& Planned in* the previous meeting Recital Set Complete I Line Of "Hawkie"
mus
,
from Weaver' Corner by the mmCombs
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basketball. J Rev. Cyrus A. Weaver, who The choir of the "Hour of Hair Aids CAMERAS $8.50

*-* -* .* In ity touched across on the every, nation.phase of activ- Spiritual Deliverance" win present Bobby Pins 'Ideal to take along! 'Nets

..1> The president has called aHmember James Corbett and Charles Wil- on your vacation ::=WI
be
will
Annual Women's Day
bur of Edward Waters College in
of the Educational Com
Listen To Pepsi observed Aug. 21 in Waymon Shampoos
Chapel AME Church with Mrs. mittee to meet Monday at 10 ajn. a recital Aug. 14 at 3 p.m.1nhe FILMSBULBSPrescriptions

Muslc-Quest Friday G. W. Smith as pastor for the at Bethel.. Church of God in Christ State Curlers rnJm

ilay. The outin of the ministers and Temple Auditorium 338 ChelseaSt.
Nltes 10:31) to 11:00. Mrs. Doris Nealy Brown is gen their wives is scheduled for Aug. ,- Curling and Paper and

Phone eral chairman for the occasion: 29. The committee will meet Monday The program will be announced Filled cups
Request
Mrs. Billie Jenkins Elliott cochairman and mike their report. Straightening Irons.
plates
EL 60461.2 : Mrs. Lesste Stafford Invitations have been extendedto Registered
DruggistAlways
treasurer:; Mrs. Joan Wright all nunisierx and laymen of IAOT PARTY forks

Darts, secretary.The the city jn attend the session.A ; spoons

captains are: Mrs. Frankie ''.. wide revival is on the On Duty thermos.beach
S. McGee .Mrs. Elinor abbs.Mrs. agenda. Ushor Board GroupOne : ,
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Florida B. Wright. Mrs. Lfl- of St. Patil .AimChurch towels
Han Tyros Cleveland Mrs. Lena
Longford.Mrs.Mary Pastor.Miss Outings Planned will spopsoran
Elizabeth E. Royd. Mrs. Emma Old Fashionod Crab
Leggette. Mrs. Wfflle_C. Cooper.
:Mrs. Julia B. Merrttt. and Mrs.- The women of Day Spring Baptist Boil and 3ar-B-quc 'SEAL TEST
Minnie L. Barnes. Chorea will sponsor an outing on the -lavrn of llr. .

to Jekyll 'Island July 21 for the and Mrs Julius Glass .. ICE CREAM-
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Choir Plans Recital benefit of the Women: Day Drive. I
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E.Bennett, captain. The bas 2825 Myrtle Avenue j assorted flavorsCANDIES -

Choir 1 of Grant IdTnortelAME leave First street and Florida corner 19th. st.July Pints' 3kFORALL -. ,- -
avenue at S ajn. and 13th street
church will spasw\a Song and. Myrtle avenue at 1:30 am 16 "beginning at 2pja / gal $1.15
Recital July 24. In the maiD auditorium ) r _
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Games bill bo playod
of the church. The Church of God in Christ 4 .- .
The regular meeting1 win beheld win sponsor an outinc to Little throughout the even- We carry a wide assortment

today at 7:30 pjn hi the Talbot_ Island Thursday.: The bus ing. of MORRIS gift-box candies .
home 'of Mr* A. 17oyd. 1545
will leave Moncnef road and 24th
uM: Grothe St. The president ha requested street at 9 ajn. and Third street An invitation- to the FreHome Delivery{ Cal EL 3427.or EL 34277,
to
that members attend extended.
__'at.. ft1&Ba ,.. .., and Florida avenue at J:3Oa.m.. public .


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MISSES THE BOAT To-ROME Louis OffersJohansson DOUBLE WINNER,

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;;mNK',,'WI1XiE, ERNIE, MINNIEREPEAT for a fight within 120days from

( 'ThVsAU-stiuc jjame" wilt see several Negro stars although YORK.: Joe the battle in which year-old

l .not.kp many ,ax the 1959 game ., .. Participants in :Louis is'so ,confident that a "new" Floyd shattered precedent by recapturing 7 r
this':game ,.f 'selected by the 'player'. Ernie Banks at k Ingemar Johansson could beat the heavyweight crown.I p

atiQt.t.l; \ 'Mays' .In, center, and Hank Aaron in right ;f I He knocked out the brawny
"heavyweight champion Floyd Patterson -
'df Swede in the fifth round before a
are>Repeaters on the::National League team: and Minnie r
: for leftfield in a third fj that he offered crowd of more than 45,000 which
Mlhoso choice
,Is again the American, League's k
unanimous : .l 9 P K rR' to instruct Inso on a S50,()()()- I included only 31.892 paid and the
'almost
Orlando who '
a s v: Cepeda ;was an .11' rest largely sale-crashers
choice for first base last year was hampered by being ",> }.:'4 or-nolhing basis, it was learned JOHANSSON Patterson and promoter "

c- put Into left field for part of the time ,and barely madeIt i;# : here recently Jack Fugazy of Feature

All this year. -. '. BUI While, the, best fielding 'and best* At>; Ex-champion Louis, who coached Sports, In., agreed that they wanted .

hitting first'.baseman in,the league,.was nosed out,by Joe 4. Patterson: during his recent the third fight within the contracted -
.
Adcock, who has; been around a long lime '. ... To show: ',. .- training to recapture the crown time limit.
that players base: their ,voting on length of''time-' a'man'has ;I*'}' from Sweish logo at the Polo' However, since each or the fighters

been in the leaglle'con.lder the case of ,Roberto Clemente, ,'". Grounds, believes<:hat certain imjprovements. is expected lo wind up with a

who was out-batting Hank .Aaron, 'by 44' points :in Sun R Own M particularly 2 in the left:; purse of nearly one million dollars, eF
for their latest it's
day's standings There is no comparison to the fielding ...;o.:>7. .. :jab and left Jiook-would; fit Johansson questionable whether performance they: actually :

;3 ..ability of Roberto and: .Hank, because the Pirate star "S -l ;4,,' ,<,, .' .:. -; to conquer Floyd in their would want lo fight again this

in always hustling and catches just about everything hit'into .*.... P < bf'. ", M 4t. ..> ",.+, rrobbermitch:" \ '. vrar because mod nl. their third
the air on his side of the diamond And he hasa "". >. ,1.4--. '.w'-." y',,,'1' ." v,:t'..... :..: .... "S*!,'", '1i.' 1"Jr,',;:. >t"Y.""'-: i i BOMBER JOE wanlj\$W.OOO for fight purses would so: to Uncle

good, a whip, as,Carl Furlllq had in his heyday ';''Ji'';,' '\ 'N' ;;' '" .:(k<' I '4'iJ ''-. '"'"' his advice to Ingemar'ir he wins Sam for taxes
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JOHN AND:'CHARLITSL.bUS'S AGAIN. Charlie:Neal ,., '''f ,; ; !it.t !f 'L"tl< ,back the,title but he will accept,
had ? 0 ',! ;r\. < : ; A ", nothing If Ingo loses. On whole! the fight which drew
and Roseboro tni ht have made the team theystarted a
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.::/ 0 ', : ,.$...;;:.. y .'jll' J\ .. ,., ..r: '" .,, ;: ',t.}, The proposition has not yet born ringside crowd of 31.S92 and was,
1 this nason' as :they, finished last.season. In* : <<: ( jj) 't'uf:: to Johansson, who was flyingto

rludinr the World Strlt5 V. 'There wasHitlle doubtafter <, ,,:.,.{ .! > put Florida to spend a week's vaca. viewed t >y 484.894 other patrons in
,' ; '. '. ,, .: >'' '' ,Jv 229 movie houses, was one of thr
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the final, tbajt John was the best catcherin > ",YV" Ft. Lauderdale
garae x/ !;,. Ia ;?. 1!, ; ; >v :;j lion at Hillsboro 'Hear
the league and tfiat'Neal was the best:?keystone ., :' ...: ( : N,+ tl!: with Detroit industrialist richest The total bouts official in boxing figures htstnry.totaled
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starker ,. But the worst place for your laurels, Is' in, f l ;; :, } : :.:,;f'::. :PW 1 ;i .. Gustav Von Reis. $2,543,533, of which $821,561 camp d
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::' .. '. .lt tf.i: 'i'-"". > .. ",.; ". $ :'. .., $> Florida rest, Jo .
: AFTER THE
your rhalr.th e days. "f; .. : +. :.,'" <;<<.<$. ".w 41v. ,- :\, from the live gate. The all time'
I'" 11'''I ;' f.." <1 4 l'v 'DAY. :" 'i.: ,fAi hansson plans to fly to his new the$2.658,660
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4- thigh for
fight gate was
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JESSK: : OWl won, four "- ;; J .,;. : ;,. ., .... .. .. home at Geneva, Switzerland. \ paid by 104.943 to see '
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before .
titles w 1935' 'and, again in 1936 On July, 22. a"game tV i'',' :'"_ '. ri: .ot'" ., ..< ..1J'........:( .f''90' < Their return-bout contract calls Gene Tunney beat Jack Dempsey .."
with the Phillies, the f Dodgers
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when competed in the NCAA'' ,&nd -visitors will engage)m an* f GREG BELL, who won a gold medal in tfce l Sff Olym- in their famous "long count" rematch I '

track and field" HiampiarisKps .91:trI' >Aeries; H popularplayer. i ;pica by:taking.first .place in the broad jump, failed in his at Chicago.: Sept 22. 1921. -
,; .11ARRYt J1rRU1iL, Oregon''! ;' '( But that was before the days of
-evv' ,,ts,including a home'runhit. bid to gain a: berth on the 'U.S.'s 1960 Olympic track and Patterson Earned San
University freshman 'sprinter: *" :' tj in ;;contest an eight-man eggthrownRJ t field team. Bell,"a dental!'student who competed for\Indiana radio and television. RAY NORTON, ex -

from Vancouver;,!B.C., YecrntlyB': } contest c an accuracy F s University. during his q un ergfaduate days, leaped '25-4:: in Per Meanwhile, the New York State Jose State flash, was the

I 'broke \the ,Canadian; .220-yard; funsq' :'l1 tting competition, a -. 8 'the final trios} but,had ,to ,settle for fourth place? behind $55,088 Athletic Commission released an only double winner at the

dash mark, which ;had stood \vheeibarTow! _Tace and a phan [Ralph Bos nAnthony.Vatson.and: : Irv (Bo) Roberson. Official description of the knockout I960! Olympic trials The.
fence 1308 ,The. "Jriday. Boston -with-1 > two neuro-sur2eons, who make fast-moving sprinter captured
? ? tom' Infield drill, the winner of I won : leap oi 2&6fy, py
Might Fight;*'':-are, l'r.:;. .Hrhidrfi"to be decided by the i 'AI'f 'J! .1 ...._ MinuteNEW studies of knockouts; for the com- the 100 and 200-meter
DOUG JOXEJJ: bout \'oS CL\V: mission. dashes. He was timed at
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'kppjausof;; the fans. .: :
hi a tonroundlight,'hr vY. i : v.1 According to them, this is what 1 10.4 In the 100 and 20.!> in
During the month of July theDodgenT YORK. According
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weight match'at New York's St. -- happend Johansson: the 200.Johans.on.
f Streak
Mays
1II -
1'teholArena' June 21 the'car: .'' :" at>the ColiMumme play elghUejfCame =, : Batting ." : to figures;released by FeaIture >' "His reticular activating mechanism

Uuu were lowered on the telefast. : Sports ri\:, pmrnoter'of the was overwhelmed as the
When the finals every..tf'JUIIJ\. : the"leaiuev championship 'boot "heavyweight result of a left hook delivered by
d ,
.arced resum- I RejectsLouis'
'HaltedAt! Floyd Patterson. 25. in the fifth
.*, Oct. 8, they'll be staged on.Saturday Topeka has a prospect for this 19 Games champion Floyd Patterson earneda round of the world teav1welzhl ProposalNEW

nights oa ABC-TV, but .. year's U.st omen.i.team ;for the ': total of Sl I,232. or, 55088.00 aminute championship fight at New York's YORK. lnr.

("without :radio.. For ,years, theFrMay"N ,Olympics is.-,Borne.T j fe Willie Stays;of the San' Fran'' ." for' knotkmg'out*OngemarJohin"sioa' Polo Grounds. ." Explaining fur mar Johansson flatly rejected' Jn'Louis'
"Sweden1
: nt :FlghU have been .She is 16-y ar-o old'GloriaBem in their' reMatch ther, the physicians explained boa offer to instruct the handsome
Cisco ,Giants has roared..to a Ernie Banks, of, the,Chicago .
in the Polo here
carried on coast-to-coast radio.sA .. Grounds
,national junior Olympic shot this happened, saying: Swede for this third malrh
put.
few ;21-point: lead in the National .. Cabs ct>nttonef set the paee June 20.That's. .
years ago, television staR i from "A blow the side of with heavyweight champion/ <1It
champion
.Highland Park .League, batting race :on/the: In the homl' inns"arid runs-bat- strong on N
'ed
them :
carrying, nationally Jot'ot.loot
,Higa..School., a by anybody'sstandards. the jaw can twist the head ana Patterson.
I Shortly after knocking:out IN1OIAK I i M I.' t. $ _-..<"i.>,... ss ;1'i strength of a D-gameChitting* .,. tcd-io departments. The t>>o"er- It is a reminder cl the send a flood of nerve impulsesinto "I don't need him (Louis). HP'S

_ % JOHANSSON to become I ._ '.streak that' has boosted' :his'ave' : hitting shortstop has 24 homers good old days when former cham the reticular activating mechanism ;got nothing to do with 'J'" Johansson
ahe first rage. 41 points, ''. jz-:: '; ; :: and 71 RBI's.I rHoi \ Jiawau-; Joe LouisYwas )
fighter ejer.to regain I. *ra. pion. "bowljng ov r at the base of the brain. said before boarding sa,
Ihe x world'"J1 a'Y1'ti.KIJf'chim.' .:'I .81--25-70, ; Mays,:wno.saw his streak.esd--, kee's Hank Aaron walloped five opponents fof aish :sUke 'for less When the reticular activating mechanism plane for a one-week vacation in',

'pJoasnip, FLOYD PATTERSON at IS.games Vhctt"he'Aeat 0 for-. homers last week and rushed up than five minutes of work. is suddenly overwhelmed by Flonda

rpaULa"courleav :call'to -us-'old :- 478-=88--934-. *4 '.fD5tUIe, .?-Dodgers ,Tuesdaytirig ..,,:. .to challenge Banks"with'a' total Against Johansson, .Patterson, i nerve signals a person may become

f school, ubtic $School. J-fiU in, "" :.... began; ja .pro ctivt' ., of 22.Majs and Aaron each droveIn who suffered :a' "'three-round TKO I unconscious
.WatcK This'Clown ak:..1JaaaU.. Rer1VUu.w; y: 12 In la .rame, ..
dew York's lower' East SIde, furs twefkj's a't loss l in their'first?t>put. worked a J- ---- ----.-- T -- r.a
sand[ conferred with his .former : [ ,;J15; :at:the Umv a'ethm. : Mays has trl'a_ ,d1lafod4.!;82., :,, ., total of 13 minutes And 50 second } >iw
: '! ft. 1 : fI : :
: In'81':
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'b has'collected :33 bit!
'leather; nW retired, MKS. ; < (based onvthree minutes per round'
fNOlU1A- MARENSTEIN. 5 i'tioVes'iibat fJTp lnj j 4n,his a'three I Ingo Johansson..G "Yen..Rest before putli. g'thi Swede: 'to sleep sfn

t \ I roj jhi t4>were:.eight".dcubfe, .,: with two tbunderousIeft ,hooks*
.....'3 ... 7 i Period By N.Y. CommissionNEW I
j feEngland. ; !!jII 1rfpl;;' ( 10 bothers; His $711,232'total included an I IM
j
[ : .,,. medical' ,magazine : re" j, e.; \ 3'1: I Uays. l!game 'streak :Is'on*, YORK a1'Following: stimated $404,350 from theaterTV
't tently crilicized phYSIcians who i std'of ....V1Iso iiJ st ecti;-- $189,400 from;.movie:and:radio -
A want' tp twrt ''bourjk W JriT.a1l<' f, q,( '- \ 'f ., ;csecotvVgame; .baWeg: #rEok t ;rot 3 the beating -received; .tnjhisjfivo; and $177,482 #rom.'the.. gate.. The I _
_ Patterson,
:; : 1 round title loss to Floyd
tonal the Medical Press ;CQDl'pared : ,, 20 set b dii PW,Dtpa... ycho ,: $404,350 from,:,theater. TV ,represented -I
'with field Insemar Jobansson was ,given an his' cent of the total ,
being fatalities .{ ua.I 4 i".. ..df.. : 50 per
115A ; JI. ,a_ .. !... ._::.. ,'. indefinite: rest period by, the New ,
:Wand ,water? sporli .If botfce IV :366--29-. -= i '- "' Ir" iJ take $2,251,162, gross, plus a $23-
1 f Commission.
York State Athletic 500 guarantee.fronfcommunUy; antenna !
CxfSl
,banned because i> flpfe4it
U argued; .-.(. 'must .loyally: I iWalap : ;Before returning to action Johansson subscriber; who ;pid'-$2 a .
r8oetetiBie GmIHGOIM
1 '9er s down \ who,was flattened; the
;.;abolish football of all kinds, home on the honor system: j
foMract Patterson ,willt-have to *
He stdds > avenging ,
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and motorcyjgTdrcuitsfTtipe Johansson, too, was well paid
:close down our car WeakDa.tOeWD.c'tfJ.N1IhU M
,.. S ewaft, >t.llw.a8kttroe ad, .,ts.orrteabv"Birddi electrocardiograph examv,. ,
off our bath'. .. ., \ ; : (toourtaatloa eQnt. 4UDtni r itchtng take for-the painful loss.! --He received a Ir
Urlnel whether he I I
) or Strong.else nation to determine ,
total
suppress yachting $593,107 from the live gate .
beat ties
ing to common B1dn Jrrt- I
y.anddBBradder brain- : The
omingAttraction:; = 1e1id''ini' 'injury.
'climbing bpd bout ; 't&Uona..U7 UXti'lLK I home television and other ancillary -
;t'nPPrinin ind'' punish exempla rash- 100 86 02J :, CQII1fGf\IDI.1n L aip..A 7dZI WUlon pro"CYSIXXUtOeUjsS wet&r.4 Swede had.woix.the title from Pat- rights. .He was--also- expectedto A Good Poyinl
Now For
r: .itii.ii)7 AI' :' #1 ak'ttraeast for CJY8't' 1m4a. flerson 'on:a_;third.: ,round knockout receive tbouF$50,000 'from* the Prepare !

,, AI'' "" I. "A :J. .< wItti. .etton m 0De1-tI&Ck gurtnteS '" : 'a, ,year:Jaefpre his' lost &' the .r, Scandinavian,' radio, and .movie Career In Borbering
-- -- '" .- ...,' .' match here 'lastJUne '20. t ;ihl5.., ffir JJT JJt Enroll Now In The South's Finest
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IniJ niorf fo19M l','::> For Stardom As MemberOf 630 Davis At Beaver Phone EL 5-9874
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'ti jgiV nodqqA; ; 9"ioH A! OHDAM O '3t"1oMVi HOUSTON' "Hzai. -When Texas Indianapolis
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YOU CAN'T BUY A FI'NEn>;q> Qt(_ : 't S Southern Southern opens the 1960 In season Gal- A new star looms oA the horizon w ....: ....,........ ...,... ',J

ii .. .. ; against University of the fabulous Indianapolis Clown '
::11'v.; ,
veilon Saturday night; September. Patterson is
Legs" :
Russell "Crazy
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) NTUCKYBQURBt)344AU4A : T 24 beginning, the young its 14th state year school of football will"be :the most recent addition to the : PALMSBALLROOM H

;:i ) l. competition. mound corps and a welcome addi- ; :
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Jl v> % tit.n m .: -I J .t t tt Over the 'il' year span.. Tail tion to the laugh department..

OtztV3J3T ." : I 'r.1 X3 $4oa. Sonthern'has won, 86,. lost,47, and *- N tamed'"Crazy Xegs" because of

,t / I. omltd sy' 101 had 10 ties for"a' perceataxt record the:gyrations, loops and dance routines i.
> of .636.; f he'performs, the talented per -
Prairie View and Southern are former is fast becoming a favorite t ,
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.,., ... ,-. the' only team .oa ,the ,pretest with the fans. In fact many rank- l
-: schedule that have played Texas' Williams fabulous OF '
T'zroito)3J f t _, :>c *'bIi \wWNatureboy JACKSONVILLEDOUBLE
}C>f : ...-'. Southern without interruption since t first-sacker and fun-prpvoker '
football va inaugurated at the
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excellence ;
.. :.1 school in 1946. (The 1960 meeting *paT' + >? ... .., ,
: claim to
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eraz; Legs who lays .
.23V3. In ;Galveston's Public"School' stadium .I. several Jwmetowns i in the South and pJ ': .: :! J.'I
will be the 15th between .
game ,
b1 rpt tremendous '
t such
West has done a -
TSU and Southern which holds a '
'. oh SSSt '.. lifetime record over,TSU at 10 jrlctorits lob;in the.Roclt'n Roll dancethat :' : I.: JULY-15 thru JULY 1f: A

-3'defeats-and one tie.: Whin I**'replaced-the )'OUtine's'start ng ,
J-. ++ master:.Ulysses "Tw Way"' ; .
"il.tiW. the Tigers play the Panthers In dance _
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Houston Octoberoi: It''will-be'* Green also a.hurler.:
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oy;ilhi.J,, a 17th meeting 6 TSU/and Prairie With "Crazy Legs" aboard the --s1; ATTRACTION"SHOWING r-. f: '

\ :JIWJ! .OlJA View. On three separate occasions Clowns continue their fast tour of .. '. : .1
: t : I2 1i Texas Southern and Prairie View the Eastern seaboard. By popular .NOW. : : '

+ have met twice in one season. Jemand, business manager. Ed Ham- > : : : / ,. : ,
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tbwsbtvq lnerIu oe Prairie View's victory ,
; : i : margin u man announced 'the C3own: and ": ,
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10 i;victories S defeats,utd ti" : .
one -
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to
return '
; York Royals .:
e frlD'fl ;
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the two teams the "
next
holding
Zt\-1tf : D. c., on ,
Stadium Washington,
4t '- : L '. longest relationship TSU. Texas Thursday, night August 4, and teestportStadiunv ..-, _., ... -_,," ,'..".- .. -c-r--' ="; '.;:::;'.f<",,
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l'f "I'J : j Southern has met Grambling Baltimore,.Md 1 \

,. L I bp13 :RR = ;;1Wtv and gridiron.Texas.The College Tigers 12 times havcvldeo on the \on Friday t ltrrplst..;.5.t )

it ,ni :lillti -.. ,.' -: : -. tie 1 KcorctfV.T-tictorie! X,foil-;. ;'id fj :!
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__"'II W, ;";-)' I'I 7MlUM > es i and 2 ties wide two Moore's Title Defense .
:
:. .rJt 'I in ;the 12 game series! with each I >

.. ,."' .'I ..... '. ;.....' team. j Scheduled For Television
& ., ., J schedule holds : 'I'M.nnctnnned -
: In its overall ,TSU TORE Oar
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oW JA QUA nl l OH ;HT I. .iZ o ';oj- ; a C5-32 7 edge over the.cchooTs light heavyweight
.. ,..,d. no"',"" .':' cNt( : ...A b".b1 .Z-1I1IOt. 1930! opponents; *$ tt w SOE: bout between Archie J,Moore the HAN K ,
,
#syrtZ. ....M. _UI\A' ITUlGIT 1eUH8I1IJIMY.. M Pe. CIIII& DIY IIISTUJII CI1. n. .- |Record With ItM Opponent champion;; anJ "Erich Scndeppner, i
will be held here .
the
J.L. J., Date ,TeamSept24 challenger.. _._- .-. .
L : ., Hbfr-" and- *- -teevised byABC. -- MOORE't
; SouthtrjrUtfY:mr-
And His
." ; ,,: : -. Oct. 1 Prairie View )N) .. Promoter Dave Rush said the :
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.%: t ':-. ". f .. r_ \ CKW-WO .ISO lines BW (2 cols x 75 lip: ),.. .- Oct. 8 Paul Texas QiAnn College(N) American Broadcasting Co. has "..,, ,, _
15 '
Oct
: | guaranteed 165,000 for the home r f2: i!
4 Florida Newspapers-1959 ', -
." Oct. 22 -U. of Corpus
.. -"; 1 -I6-S9 >ANAL V 2649 < Christi (N) tclcvi_ ,
; The fight was originally scheduled $1.50'
Oct. 29 W2ey (N)
ADMISSION
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_ .. Nov. 5 Grambling (N) ,
'.. NOT. 12 Ja ksoa shifted when Moore asked for the 1
delay in order to have more time

;...*.-'4 Nor.NOT. 19 25 Arkansas Florida Add r .,to make the 175-pound weight limit. ....'....:,"""",....."""


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Ending Saturday July 16, 1960 THE FLOSIDA STAB \ Page Six

- '_= _:=. l!J."Ii U- .. :- -- _...:.l::.:_::LmllhI: : to drive up to Hew York with ham. FOR-RENT- Royal Crown Saleslady
John "B.B." Pickins in his
passing _Furnished bedroom Bottling Company Wanted, saleslady for Watkins
off the blocks white car..Joe Keith showing and admiring And Private kitchen '
.
crowd his 1235 SeA Marc. Blvd. Products in Northwest Jackson
new caddy. .. Vanilla
By Ap7 J&yIn Weaver Y/illlams, lovely shake artist $14.00 wo ok. Call a 9-4415 yule Call EL 58215. 8 to 1 it am.

/;../!. from Miami doing the spots with Lloyd EL 5-1109 --
Price..Hank Ballard and his
Uidnight- FOR RENT STARTS SUNDAY
the city of Jacs onville there are ers basking; in the sun of the A s t or Flo 's Beach Cottage STRAND 7 BIG DAYS
enterprises which Jaxons of colorcbis Hotel. .
major Full bathhotYater SHE TAUGHT NCR SONS TO BE GANGSTERS I
can look upon and say "these are ours We can't overlook Curtis Sfcylor standing Rock woll.EL 4-1232 4
Two of them,' the Afro-American Insurance in the kitchen door at the Country 'SR

Company and Edward 7/aters College Club smiling and us king was'the service ROOK FOR RElIT? "

awoke from long naps several years ago, .
The Afro constructed a new home office f ine. ..Louis e Guinyard dashing Jake's Furnished for man 4/UERBROODJ
Newstnnd. or lady. Hear bus _
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to and Edward .A certain schoolteacher: in and
building second none, the stop. 475 :". 19th. _
summer program sleeping, under
Waters became an accredited junior col- a Call EL ROCK HUDSON.
5-7176.
lego and recently graduated a four tree. Just a few of the :faces in the DAY
crowd.Dr. DORIS
class. The third giant remained FOR SALE
year
asleep for a long time I am referring James VJilson, hubby of the former EASTMAN COLOR CINEMASCOPE ,
to the lYesro Masonic Temple. V/e are Bonnie Bush announced the opening o f '7 M. RANCH STYIE
pleased report that the llasonic his office for tho practice of denistry. HOUSE: WITH L\RGE I0P TONYRANDAUTHELMARlTfERi t

is undergoing a complete modern- His offices are on Broad treet. Sun Thru '
Temple SKYVIEW
WOODED LOTS AVAIL- Roosevelt Suvu Ihru
The books
are In
to
ization proBr .Uhen completed, the open. order take Tues.
ABLE ALSO
building will be the equal of any fra- part in the selection of ,our national 2 Shocking Action

ternal building in this sector, blackor heads to you rust qualify. The only way is 3148 RAY ROAD OR NOOSE Pictures

rtniteISuch_ of the credit must go_to register. PH02EP0.51892OTICE ro* A tI "MORALS SQUAD" and

the young' turks of the Masonic order Ii, --- I GUNMANJ I. "JUKE BOX RACKET1

who short of took charge several years ((0 'In from Win 0350 Cash Mon.
ago. Revs. A.S. Crunady, R.L. Uilson Palm's Barber Shop PLUS MAHTAHMORELAKD lute
and H.THeal plus Ben Irving, Jesse 815-A Davis St. "HAREEH FOELIES"

Lane and Johnny Goodson are among the Hon. thru Thur. Mon
young grove who have all but taken over haircuts 8St. Boys

65. Open 8 a.m. to

proJazz Wishes 9 p.m. Fri.&Sat.. to 1 NOW OPEN
at the Safari was a1nili11 10.p.m. Closcd :!cd. ,
success last v/eek.Ross ThorJPl insJform I Best Wishes 1 Phono SL 6-9463 tl ; FountainefteSundries _

erly of the Kai V/ingcling group presided I llclvin Ja.ck onprop. I
at the Ivories and they blasted away. Complimentsof J
TROUBLED? LOVE?
Around the corner at the Ribault things TOM'S TOASTED
MONEY PROBLEMS ??
were junping elso."Hitch" the host has PEANUTS 2025 West 45th Street

lined up"a hot combo. Halt Thornton is
HALL ELECTRiCAI.. 111 help. Solution Across from Northwestern High School
on orgnh and piano, Gene Y/hite is on COMPANY 400'1-Liberty St. available,' if instruct Conveniently located near
accordion and vibesLeroy Henderson is EL 3-1063 iona rollo\ d. Floradale and Magnolia GardensWe
on drums and oops we forgot the name of carry a complete line of.
the French trombone player. Teddy .227-29 E. Union Street JOHN VTANSTEKER! Patent Medicines-Sick Room Needs
and others "sit Dept. 35 Baby Supplies- Cosmetics
V/ashington in"regular- EL 3-8653 FAST FREE
Compliments DELIVERY- PO 4-4572
Box 10, ottc 'Y'Cap&,
1'1. of Be.Sure To Visit Our Lunch Counter
'.""aen10 nentionod the ilibault last South Africa. Breakfast- Lunch Hamburgers
week ve forgot to say that Orabell Best Wishes Business OpportunitiesHouse Hotdogs Ice Cream Sodas
Harding is the night cashier. Audrey CUNNINGHAMFURNITURE to House salespeople.Sell "Doc" William Jimerson, Prop.
CO. fan (formerly of Reyno Pharmacy)
Jones, a membor of the Ribault family selling guaranteed
Marti Dare Cosmetics and Old
observed her birthday a t the clubvednesdT.y 97 Home Necessities. Fun or
: night. DUVAL PROPANE GAS 525 W Forsyth St. Spare Time. Big Profits. Have
StorkagrcmPearl Chatman Blackshear CO., INC. big stock to fill your ordersimmediately
You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
and Hat are those waiting on the at factory prices.
ciiong Complimentsof Old *7 Distributors. 811 South
10D -leG;;ed bird. Edgewood Ave. *EV 0-3110
APTin TIE BALL ':-:3 OVii i 1- V/e must bring PO 5-1153-5923 Soutel Drive 5-3838 Jacksonville. LOW PRICESOn

you greetings from sone of the boys
and girls: ::'hore- residing M in the I R. L 1035 TRUMP VeronicaEV & SONS RITZ Starts Your

bottom:. Over the week-end of the 4th. Best Wishes 1 SundaTECHMICOLOrI
we were' in ;'ian_.Jc:ons are doing all- DRUG STORE NEEDS
'
right b:" :11 st .nd .rds Clarence: Per;::in PRODUCE TERMINAL 9.3325Compliments __
is still operating tho kitchen at the TRUCK STOP .. Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store

Carver Hotel and presiding over the WE WILL MEET ANY lRICES ADVERTISEDIN
bar is Jottio..You know one of the 3335 Ave. ofPEOPLE'S
Bright YOUR LOCAL PAPERS
mo-nt: impressive things about IJiami to EL 4-9840 PRESS

ro is tho set up in regard to barmaids.jach 322 Haines St. We Deliver We Also Fill All Doctors>> PreacriptScmaDixie

WHITE BROS.
girl is an individual personality. HOUSE MOVERS, INC. EL 3-5111
She is far from a zombie in a white .10TALSCOPE Pharmacy

uniform 3ho is allowed to dress to suit I Heavy Hauling JACKSONVILLEINVENTORY
her personality and you linov; xvhat.Be I Terms Arranged .. SERVICE IN COLO* 1S02 RINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE"
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EL 3-5397.98
lieve DO, when I say that they seem to Work GuaranteedDay Expert Calculating Serivce NAKED PHONES

have a corner on looks. Tourists allover Part Time Operators'for PAY'YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE -
rave about Ida '.illiams and Dar- EV 7-2737 Short Jobs BILLS AT OUR STORE
nell of the Night PO 56647View
Sir JohnDot of the Carver 8 W. 19th StreetEL
and Jr.csonvillots! own Lucille of the 6-7220-
Llarv :;11znb th..
Herb Gainos a. __ _
of Budweiaor is the man -

about the Sir John. Lovelies from the ,

L Larry Steole j Show dart around the place -.-... BUSINESS DIRECTORY ......," ....
in b .thinG suite, and pants which seem == =- T---The Firm Listed B raw Aro Recommended &s I" Reputable EstablishmentsSp ___ A_-,
to be tho trademark of female 1'iami.Villie ...'-, _.___ _______ ____u____
Lee is singing at the Fiesta

and tell all hi. She showed pictures of r .
Reeves Metal Chain LinkI
her bouncing little brown son. Helen Fences Live In A Beautiful For Gas & Electric
_ _I I MAGNOLIA Home
Bradley, John llonroo! Betty V/alkerand [ No Money Down- ; Appliances Visit
James '.'.'lllians the musician wore all I: 3 yrs. to pay
spotted. E i

V/illie Frank Cannon and his missus Ruth Small Down payment \
showed off the bambino.Smanuel Hutche- No Closing Cost ,DASTE'S
son gave us.n. slight v/hirl around the $54.50 per month- .. TELEVISION APPLIANCE &
spots. Call EX 8-5719 3 Bedrooms

You c:nit visit iiaml7ithout running For Free Estimate

into Hilton Hardwick.llilton is a porm- ,,
enant fixture at tho Carver and is a- I i

bout to spring Co. real big deal. For. I __ .. 3 Locations"To Serve You

sheer hospitality Ed V/illiams manager '_---. MAGNOLIA '
of the Carver excells. I REEVES FENCES IMPROVEMENT CORP. .
Putting all jokes aside, llianiis nice JAX AL3CO ALTJITiTUr: HIC. 4501 New Beach Blvd. 2642 Atlantic Blvd.
6540 Cleveland Road 5047
2815 Main Street Normandy Blvd.
for visit but
a pull back the curtainsand
Terms On All Home Improvements PQ 5-8274 5222 Nd rwood,Are.
look beneath
the veneer, give me

Jacksonville Your Favorite 1> ... 1
REFLECTI01IS: Looking at the political Programs On A For Unusual Values Save for Future Happiness We Have a Complete BeoutifyYour Home With
convention and hearing civil rig.h t s with easy terms Line of ALSCO ALUMINUM

talk. At the 'sane time: wondering why SIDING \

is it that natives of Jacksonville just i.\. r=
Dougan T.V. '- I, 4% Current Dividend ...
refuse to re ister. For free we got *. .-. .
what men of color die' for in other -- .,: ShopGATEWAY Building& Plumbing Terms Arranged' 1
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Southern states and cities. Supplies '
t'- 5 to 10 yrs. to PaYCall
MORE ,REFLECTIONS '
: George Washington ; ;
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trying- to pick a name. Should it' be Small Down Payment. FIDELITY FEDERAL +, rSee it ._ \ ] } \{

George .Jasper Pitt- Painless Terms .f.Y.:'''AND. SAVINGS- & -LOAN' Themat, < I'. EL -1768
man telling folk about Kintore Scotch APPLIANCE302Wet8thSt.- For Free Estimate
.Freddio Brown packing up his gear

and heading for exas. Frank Hampton ...

______ and Johnny Steward trying to pick .DOUGAN'S RADIO .& t
a town to visit. Hell Darby up; from T.V. 16 Laura St. THE, BARGAIN HOUSE ; JAX ALSCP ALUMINUM,
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