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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
August 6, 1960
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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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:
UF00028362:00572

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
August 6, 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:
UF00028362:00572

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Preceded by:
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Two Jax men were arrested Ii

Wednesday and charged with i I,

possession of marijuana cigarettes ;1

after a city detective supposedly r

became suspicious of ; Shot lirlOn Date

a third man and followed him h

to an apartment, police said. .sr

Officers arrested Lloyd ti'.

Richie .Jr., 33. of 1302 Wilcox .

Street at his home along with Woolwortn Kress And Grant Car
Date Ends
Noble Tribune, 31, of 1412 Ride

Wilccx Grothe Street Street apartment who was at Theyare the i Drop Lunch Counter Bars In Death For WomanDuval

being held for possession of

eight marijuana cigarettes.Sgt. j MIAMI Lunch counter service to Negro patrons began County patrolmen and city officers are searching' f'-i

: R. K. here this Week as F. W. Woolworth; Urea and Grant's department Jacksonville who shot
Rand of the city a young man allegedly a woman cornpsntunrho
narcotics squad said the man he stores served Negroes at their lunch counters without any disorder. rejected his advances while they were tiding anJurul in the

had trailed into the apartmentIs OPEN LAW', OFFICE Attornrvs Earl M. Johnson. left, and With Miami taking the lead and similar action taken In tack,seat of a car with two other women early Thursday morning
being held at present for in- Leander Shaw recently opened offices for law 625 other states It Is felt that the extension of such service will

venation into a possible viola. W- Union Stol Formerly associated with the Afro American practice Insur- follow In other Florida cities MM In Jacksonville. Duval County Patrolmen. ,/
tion of the state drug laws. His
F, Booth and D K. Pratt said J
name was withheld pending any ance Co., Atty. Johnson, who has been practicing law here for two FIor da.('first race-mixing at planned I imagine now that the two women reported the 'I ir-IT I IIs
formal charge against him. years ,re eh-ed his degree from Howard University law school. lunch counters continued have
some
quietly gone, they'Uagain.
Rand said he became.auspicious Also go shooting occurred on east 45th
a graduate of Howard
Unherslty's school of law, Atty. Shaw "
at four downtown .
of the third party and followed variety Street near Moncrief Rd. at 4am.
him after the man made a legal taught,law at. Florida A. and M. University prior to moving his I stores in Miami Tuesday. An executive in Grant's said Thursday.. ._ _)
practice here.Woman
purchase of paregoric at a drug 4.... _.-- There washes advance notice .a.tn+alre: a rte. w""'" ."' iIi:1::: 1t> 11.-1" CI!! 1 Ii
store. He trailed the man Into | i. 'jrtfpetfte disturbance-a5I 'i there without causing disorder. broadcast Arplckup order for

the Wilcox street apartment. Jailed : d-I small grOups of Negroes quietly The other stores were S. H. Robert Jones Jr.. 19. of 21191W
When Rand walked in the door Shots ire I
oi Richie's apartment. Tribune, took seats at counters where Kress and Walgreen's.Six 1st St., suspected! in the

who had been sitting in a chair After Suicide their sit-In demonstrations a slaying of Cecilia Louise Jones + L i

rolling a cigarette made a dash Intd Cars inStrike few months ago caused furor Whites 20, of 6217 Moncrief Rd. t ;
for the door but'wu apprehended, shut-down. Doris Dawson Jackson and t
and The mixing
the officer said.
Rand said the cigarette Tribune Attempt HereA Polk began Monday without fanfare. Margaret Seay said Jones and "

rolling was marijuana and the dead woman tegan: arguing
was There war no reported in-
so were seven others found In young Jacksonville woman Flog Negro When the car stopped. Jone
of white
stance diner
PLANT a leavirg ;
the who evidently crrrCounty Officers .
room. attempted to fired a shot they told patrolmen :
because of the
Negroes'
commitsuicide, by Jumping into issued warrants for two pre :
HUSBAND HIT ON HEAD wHite International sence. COLUMBIANS Ala. A ,:.
the St, John's Chemical ,
River had \
more The women said Jones before ; 3i '"
IN ARGUMENT WITH \V1FEA.33yearold Union strikers for grand jury today indicted met car
woes added to her troubles when shooting Spokesmen for the fleeing, attacked the two other .4 \
man was struckon into two city two whte men, arrested on t- .- ",\.
she wad sentenced this week to cars carrying Negro Negro groups and store man- wCJ'en, tearing most of the ; -I, .:__
his kidnaping charges in the
head flogging
the top of his by workers home from
15 days at the Prison Farm for work al agreements were reluctant to clothing from the Jackson WCTIftn's -
common-law wile last Saturday International of a Negro gas station
Minerals and discuss the matter. Most of
disorderly conduct as a resultof : body and
: biting Margaret
during an argument police re Chemical those who did asked that their attendant last week.A .
her Corp. plants. CEQILT/ I. 3o:!
Es
jump into the river. Seay's hand when she tried to .
names not be used.
ported.Mllaa
Patrolmen R. B. Laurampre, true bill was returned in push him from her.
Chief Criminal Archie away
Howard of 1476 Mitchell Deputy 34,
Thomas
the of Kelly
I case
T. J. Hodges and J. R. Rocher A Negro who lunched at the After the shooting the two
Street stated that Miss Adair said "Information we have a Sylacauga. Ala. salesman. Civil Service Test
Gertrud Wilson of the same reported receiving a call at 3 now indicates that strikers are F. 'v. Woolworth store lunch Kelly surrendered to SheriffC. women drove their car to 45th

a.m. Tuesday that someone involved in this.", counter denied his group was P. Walker early today a street arid Moncrief road, where Reset Aug. 19 for
address hit him with an object few hours after Walker arrested -
waS preparing to jump from the acting by a concerte'd plan. they hailed Patrolmen Booth
Members of the International
V. Leverette
causing a deep cut. He said the Emmett
argument started over when south end'of the bridge. Chemical Workers walked out m' Asked about the future, he 42. in the case. and Pratt shouting "Theie's a Duval Patrol JobsThe

should be to Upon reporting to the scene, a wildcat strike of the firm's said, "There's not anything Henry Lewis Jones, 20, and girl shot in the real seat"The
the children put
officers said they.found Maxine Bonnie chemical plant near Bar- his 13-year-old brother, David, women said the shooting civil service fXAm-.a'M

bed.The Scott of 1883 W, 45th St. waist tow about 10 days ago. in protect CountersIntegrated. were pushed into a car late climaxed a right ,of "riding for new openings on the D.ua
victim treated at of health and conditions.The .
was safety Saturday night as they walked County patrol has been reached-
deep around
in mud.However and
having
Negroes In three cars. into the yard of their home party"Ralph uled for Aa?. 19 Mr. Louise B.
re- the swimmer is said they were returning home from a service station where Dorsey. merit: board execute

Patrolman L. E. Moorehead credited with conflicting testi- from work when three shots rang Henry worked. secretary, announced.
mony since the officers said out just south of Plant City BuichWorking Applications! far the exanu-a.

investigated.. that she related having jumped Police dug two of the slugs The abductors stripped Henry tion must be on fleith the
voluntarily and it said to be..38 caliber, out of one down to his underwear I County Civil Service Board hrS
: was reported shorts, tied him to a tree and For p.m. Au K
STABS thai of the cars. Adair said the third ? Applicants asxn:
TEASING MATE she told the Jail matron shot was probably fired la the In DurhamDURHAM beat him with belts and knot have a high school diploma! or
that ,someone had pushed her ted of cut equivalent: have rw.ded -
Louis Lewis. 23, of 1462 lengths rope. They in Dux a!
Joe TrucELISABETHVILLE
air.The solicitor's office him down and left with a Congo County for two years: be b;.
W. 5th Street was stabbed in county of the Negroes to training to give them time to tureen 25 and 35 years of ae;

the left arm and right hand last Women Injured day questioned In Tampa.five ? .C make their getaway. THE and not less than S feet ioii nor

Monday when his wife became In Car WreckTwo Lunch counter segregationended CQXGOFam Negro UnitedNational under 1&5 pounds
Those the first words
were (
angry with him, police reported women were injured quietly Monday in at Sheriff Dale Carson said! there
trouble
uttered by a band of about shooter. Dr. *U1 be 10
openings on the
The victim said he and his aeziou.s11lut night in a two- a r least three downtown stores cf six young white men. Jones said Ralph J. Bunche arrived here la October when promotions patrol are

wife, Retha Mae Lewis, 20, had collision at Roeselle and King this manufacturing and university they gave him no reason for this week end on a peace mission made to the expanded criminal

Just returned from the beach streets' Patrolmen Louis Baker dty. the attack but he surmised to ease tensions now at a investigation department The ex-
and his wife was cutting some and N. E. Woodham reported. they had become angered when animation date for the detective
fever
pitch between UN troopsand
White patrons showed no re- "
department
be a Negro filled out their will be announced
meat to make sandwiches when The injured. Ollie Brantley..72. action or resentment when Ne- credit card form for gasoline. native led contingents.It later. ,

he started teasing and playing of ,,1552,( W. 10th St. and InezBright groes informed in advanceof Local officers were in charge has been reported that f numerous

with her. She became angry *nt of Charleston Heights S O, the change in policy took of the search for the abductors. whites were said to be Drive Is PlannedTo
were passengers in a ear driven
him. He was taken to 1 Clarence in
stabbed Kelley, chargeof evacuating this area in antlcJ-
by'Ruth Cduncfl Long 49,of 370S seats beside them.
Duval Medical Center.Patrolmraea Davis st. 1 ) the FBI office at Birmingham pation of violence from the Double Negro
T. Mays .nd J. \ T be traditional '"white said that apparently no
which
The Long vehicle was mucka1mc5t. Congolese were said to
Seldon investigated. head on by a car driven, .1* only policy it lunch counters federal violation was involved be arming themselves along Voters in South
and that the case definitely did
by Julian C. Andreu 23, of 1639 .t was discontinued by two chain
with the
L not fall within the Lindbergh supposedly mutinous
i- &Ju Kress Co.
aadotwd In.. Baker and Wood- dime stores, > _
HUSBAND JUMPS ON WIFE Law."It units.In TUSSAH: OWa- July 29An
bam said. Andreu was charged sad F. W. Woolworth, and by Kidnap array\ ,
WHO OBEYS HIS ORDERS Just don't make sense" intensive campaign to double: Negro .
with reckless operation speedingand a Urge drug store,Green's. mineral rich Katanga
Henry salc!. *I thought all the voter regJttration:. in the Deep
Mrs. Allean Watson, 27, ofJ.S04 causing an accident. Province. Belgian
troops
were
South will be started
ey. people around here were}myfriends. In September
W. 20th Street was The injured were admitted to
said to be .
keeping order with a leading yejro Integration&t
.I treat people Just like!
assaulted by her husband las Duval laid Medical, Center officers 2 Virginia,StoreS. X,want toj, be treated myself." UX troops maintaining armed said
Saturday when she returned I watchfulness over the remain Dr. Martin Luther King, Bap;
Serve Negroes At Jones' !employer. C. B. tint minister from Atlanta, said
aAWAIDEEEartha
,
said.
home, police der of the young Congo nation.
if successful the drive would boost
Miller, said Jones was one of
Mrs. Watson said when ah e Lunch Counters Katanga Premier Moise Tshom- Southern
L Appeal'S3 O the best employes he eve has Negro. voter strength
came in, her husband hit her FREDERICKSBURG. Va. had and he hopes he wilire- be declared his region independ to 2600000. -
and started dragging her to the 0 'July,_31* srTwo-variety main with him. But the Negro end on July 11, an<} has He said the registration campaign .
She said Eugene Watson Sit-In Fines stores here have opened their turned him down. threatened to fight if U.N. Sec is planned by the Southern
yard. 4 Kift, inter lunch counters to Negroes retary General Dag Hammar.skjold Christian Leadership Conference.
-30. told her to move and aha nationally famous actress- after a month of sporadic 1 don't think I wm work In carries: out his,announced of which be is president, and the

took him at his fOld and ,- sin I g'e r, received George sit-ins." .the gas station any more," be plans to start moving troops of National Assn. for the Advancement .
TALLAHASSEE, Aug. 1'(ftSxtar Dr. Philip Y. Wyatt local his international command J:1to'th1I
started getting her clothes Washington Carver Memorial said. 1 guess I will go live of Colored People.

together. H.e became angry. and l.-M.? etudeats. from hive asked FiotidaUnivtrsll the Institute's Supreme Award of president of for the the National Advancement Association with my" brothel who I* up area on Saturday. be King a systematic explained the block-by-block drive wm

attacked her. Florida Supreme Court to ,dPI Merit and i i Honorary Fellow- of Colored People, said North. It was Bandies Job la bead program and indicated churches
The1CUm was taken to Du- aside ) flaw Imposed in Tally ship Saturday. Scroll is for Negroes were seated and Jones said he had sears at I eff a dash sad possibly to.reassure will be urged to establish social:
least of the attackers earI
val Medical Center haisee City Court for parUdpaia outstanding contributions to served yesterday afternoon at one the white population eaUi action committee to see that an
by police J.n a lunch counlej demonto relations. stores of the F. W.Woolworthand lier Saturday when he came fears about a new blood
&rts'end better race their members registered.!
car. She was treated for bruises $"&nOD March. W. T. Grant companies to the station for gas. I bath. are
and a. swollen right eye. I

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C. ftrbua JokaaeaHUda boa -8mCMUifeaDflpt.... .' % t; 1 ... On Civil Rights

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CHICAGO -, Here Is In housing constructed with all
KAIJf omcr mum between the of federal subsidies.
a brief comparison
233* MaocrUJ Read r.- EL 4-tTM CL .-.. ,
dpDk civil rights plank adopted by
MalliB Add.: MI i Public Facilities
and that
the Democratic Party
". 0.. Boa 511.. JactaenvCU 1. norLii ,
"N approved by the Republican And Services
.UBSCJ\IPT'i RATES Committee- for sub-
Platform_ ,
On You IU6; Half You ".001 ThtH \Co .1M. 11.18 '-", DEMOCRATS said the Jus-
Kail** T* You Aojvfcm In Tb. Unll.d S.1It.JWc the party's conven-* tice Department should be em-
Te : misio.t -fVoting A'f! powered and directed to file
,' _. .It f4. 1dTN'5nd-cbtdr: ot h4eaOrder : ,
---- 4 civil Injunction suits to-prevent
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fL01lIDA (T.u-P. o. !rot uI-IJCBSofv1Lt1: :
discrimination in all areas of

.- + w.t community life such as voting,
THE FIOEJDA 8TAB StA DS FOR: DEMOCRATS pledged use schools housing, jobs and public

1..JltgtO Fksmaa of full powers of existing law facilities.

2. Hoc N"ST9 Polic Of een.Sqad to secure ballots for all. They REPUBLICAN plank
3. Can for W NtgtQ PoUt. *. \ prom-
I : promised to support action to ised to end discrimination in
MOT and flitter School* tad J5p*.dlng Up of Ju .
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... eliminate state literacy tests federal facilities to oppose use

BuildJsg Program.Bias"will ,L.- ", .:...:;... f- r. and payment of poll taxes as of federal funds for building

i :::- requirements for voting. .. segregated ities, and to community insure that public facil

Go.od J .". ,.-1 .' ., REPUBLICAN' plank also. transportation ,and other governmentrauthorired -
StrongPla.pks : ;
f law to services are
.. ledge{ Jof-existing freei se it ..
\ \ .. discrimination at theballot- fuatiQ *
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pt1"th\\ds1! I''i- t .....:...c.., provide that completion of- SitInDemonstrations
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[ OS .... .: six primary grades .in slate- -
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+r t' ,'. '' "a. l r accredited schools is conclusive t .,; ...
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I evMenceujf literacy foj= Vpjjng A! DEIIOCRATSrta IdJUchJpeaceful
',. .. Both the. D3T.ocrutic and r jubitrn! ... JJ ;I. .. .. j purposes. affairs are a signal To
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parties in their reactive '"*. '. Conventions Education guaranteeing the nation to civil make rights.good in

have C"vU l lights "" BOTH: PAHTlliS PKOMISli SXIOOTIIEK SAILIN'G. TIlL WOltLD.ILLe. .
adopted strong DEMOCRATS promised to RtrL'BLIC.plank; reaffirmed
Planks Both 1 havrpledged themselves to BE WA.1CHING'o* 1: ., use full powersrtjegal and the constitutional rightto

.. .- ",. (" -., ..". : ,.. moral-to ensure"the,beginningof peawable,assembly! to pro.

::. work vigprojjsjyjp; put an end 10'racial_ ,, : = -.J_-. .j.. Y- Weekly e the good-faith Supreme Court's compliance school with desegregation business test discrimination"m'p'riVa'te establishments, and

discrimination in all! areas of public 'lif\;. decision. They applauded businessmen wh o
would give local school'dis have abandoned discriminatory
In substance, there is little difference i2 i Horoscope GudeS tricts until 1963 to submit>>: practices. .

w between th P two platform pronounce / F plans with that for decision.first-step compliance- i-- Legislative i

'- Both are ,specific and attackmints. '" WHICf! ARE YOUR LUCK/iDAYS FOR *. ,. Procedure 1;
REPUBLICAN plank pledged
'Al11edto'i! flse-olffi rOb',,jjl goc9j sly. d "' ;' .- BUSINESS( -J'LOVE 4.TR&VEL ,' '" : use of the Civil Rights',.Actif>f I
1960,to prevent obstruction of DEMOCRATS said congressional -
little :
there is to
So far platforms
as go procedures should be improved
court' orders. It
desegregation
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I be 7 By'ARIES' PABLO, Th< ASTROLOGER to permit majority rule.REPUBLICAN !
choose between them. It must remenv ) |f proposed legislation Authorizing
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t. h make ; >.- -the Justice Department to
bead thamoIuTtcns'tire easier to -.t plank pledged
t for school desegregation

.... bringactipns the party's best efforts to
u than to "JV! out. The real tea] 'lies not -'. \.:_0. : ... flood i f you pin your faith' called upon !tf'utilize 4hem. when'in: appropriate coercionor cases change; congressional procedures !'
.ill but ICEPTT 19 bit "cnance or "tr"y 'toroutdo Exert all'your efforts, along as economic that often make unat
"In promises MADE, i in pledges Born March 21 thru April threat of physical harm is
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is yourself: to make an impression these ..lin s'uP tcF! h 14th, tainable proper legislate action
naive believe Although the emphasis : used o.;JcrjdetjrSripersons.from .. in the civil rights field.
None of is as to
us so who
routine during the greater ?jcuv. someone may 5_233 ia4: _)23 "
that eithercrimination. party can abolish racial dis- on of this quarter, there. not prove: to be, too ,reliable.39Q..7715J.2c397 going to court to establish .
part their rights. It rejected the
by the magic of well expressed are' some reefs ahead which ; SAGITTARIUSBurn I IWE
Democratic proposal to give '
must watch and avoid. -'- Nov. 23 thru Doc. 21 Reaffirm Riglits!
INTENTIONS. Nevertheless, it is heart you .., .LEO school districts three ysars to
Of
Should have any choicein ? !: :: ) : It may :be safer to relegate
warming to find both political parties the matter you y, 0 u may, select ;. 'corn. July 23. thru August 23 projects the future where submit plans for begfoning' REAFFIRM the constj.tutk "

I ogreeingthat raciaf discrimination is ba- the last weeks of the, There may..be 1 a. great temptation they belong and to concen tegration. >nai 'right to peaceable assembly ;-
'on your part to wander trate the immediate ob JO'protest discrimination

slc&lly 'WRONG and has no place in month Something for of your importance vacation..to! far' afield phsically, emotionally :- jective on of having a good time. Employment* .; :. '.,- .in private. We .applaud'.th'e business establistiments. r, I
**SStt3fj.r. :?"'*Ui.* 4 n.rmJt I it and in the reahn'of t action -
to eontinua r.pocketbookcould Parents and children well DEMOCRATS
and' you as promised sup,1! ,, af ,,the ,b'usincfsment., \vhp
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< will be FATAL to this nation's fu- be iortncoming ill "* ; "*'*17i,,kin.Althougha as sweethearts, can become port of legislation to establisha ... ave vbanHone: "giscriminatofy.

tfYIt. headquarters. if you h a v e highly satisfactory: gain better ft r i e n-ds, whereas Fair Employment Practice!' t practices Jnf .retailsUbluh-
; **, measured up to what is expected may be made' onthe: 14th, friends Jean turn into_sweet Cotmn Slot)to helpl l enljtficriirfV ments, and we urge others to
: of you..(Hth)"Friends the danger: f 'diSsip ting;an hearts when love: spread its inatiW In"employment! T h e'y follow*their example.

O r..o.ne greo fear is that too many 'provide i entertainment on the equal amount" 'or'more-' s. al romantic mantle.: ,Iti-m"aYJ all also tlve_promised powers, I'| to p I'assuf use full!f.exequ-;:i4da l.\, Finally we .recognize that'

people may conclude that the war for 16th howevejrthl3'coullCC'Styou ( : so present. If; you make a be a question *fisto i' /long F equality in'federal employment civil,:jljhtsjj a .responsibility
) o--i much* if ou mistake-,on the 16th"'it is like- l not of ,, ,local-
far t join it will Jast. Tie areer and andJna11 a4ivities anie4-Jn\: only states and; ; -
equality citizenship. rights for Negroes in games for high stakes or ly to1 beta whopper-You can monejar 'pjotitenis icould: under $aYemment'c4 afra C:1sJ &M ,Itlesjr i$Ifs>j national'probjearj

has, been won because of the adoption of allow: yourself to be drawn foresta1Fit'. 'by discussing the damper on the best of puta in- ,REPUBLICAN plank l ledged and,.a national responsibility

into daring adventures.TAURUS .- matter that .stirs, ,you 'with tentinos/.. I The'd' fil (got rnment
Po- creation of .a; 'commiss oni on Li.
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4-.40-66-.1: 446 your ,mate .o mothers: 'who 8 --99--14--26' _859 ,should take the. .!initiative'! 'hi i!
litfeg l arties. We must not be lulled to ,- equal Jgb;opportunity tdcorilinuot.presenE : +
n share your objectives, and 'J -" :," ---.;..; ; fedeiil'effoitstnoli rprM1Qt g % tey1:1'PUR% 1t'1e9eFt 1
sleefrtind CEASE to struggle because of giving way.when they .point '" CAPRICORN I'. ; : + 'O JIs tfl- rase
'' !\ endr3oMdiscrinlinatibf rori'rgoemmentcantracts ,i t J a dmes\lyseeimsbfftons
this victory. Born. April 20 thru May.20. out thfe weakness Jof I yourPosition Eorn.;,Dec.: 22: thu' Jan. 19 i :;> If'promised-1*', c9lJ.IDJ.tnJ / ( ' Start out 'the'period building ...,Jtls: not. .alwaVa: : easy" You...innate'prudence 'will \ ..s.9 toi '
The been ? -
war has not won. for legislation do- eTidriidiscfininatorytmembershfp'lpractlceibf1 i !-
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a protfectiye'rfenc0' you, tocedean7 .n ib give oy.o u ar m.p 1 e"=wan i fl I tM t tend.tnat.dosertlcha.rif t18:of.icommun1qtion .
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Be it remembered that the sensitivities ana t 9 : 18..86s 6799 ,im8be .
despite pro- gainst your -- : { ritI when you are 'tr ading'on opened
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weaknesseS.'keep troubleout I J-- :.1 :;d'. 1 l"r Lvmoo"r ; some labor WcalsJ-Tiniest; ?< : (tensions eased and a cooper;etitirrs
hibition against racial discrimination contained dang ero ground, pr getting suck practices ate thded,t)11h) 'J utipn, of local!, nroble.mima'x J
of tftfc ohte and fafoity.Extravagaii tOo ''
in .the United States Constitutionit : ;emotonally\ ( involved 'in uocisthetttselves f. It n pI dgfd i Besought. '
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: : <|eVj-is, jus tthfi/ > orz "Aug. 24ihru''Sept: 23rof an adventure. thatri ,' afso.deefopmentof: a.-/edcralstate'progcaM ,- 'Iti summary, \--It pledge t6&:- ,
,i has continued for almost 100 years. > thing that you;">your partner f It' tennis :difficult 't&-se- s able: as it'' is eicltin Ybii to'end discfiml-1(, full tise'bftth pbx t'tesoUrthk'I; I.

Do not forget that discrimination 'con L" and other9gt'ed"ones' should p a f&ter: ?intuitive huhches Will want to consider. .<:-your ,: nation.t, m'JT- 'employment'areas... :::- :: 'i') "'.., 'N !;aVidr' leadership/'ofnthe'ijfederaJbaigoveoraienti !
: avoid Sit i: uld lead td'erl- future ; to[..eliminatexm tf ,
welfare' .
tinues 'in" public schools both North and : from plain wlshfulhes ?This as .;well as \ : .
at Ol asedopsacerSolgr
In h"fT7" t:i cis m and recriminations. i yjout ..present joys'andshould Housing : < )( ; ; 3 .
South in defiance of the 1954 decision of .... .. You,'risk'.eing carried is youi'-.biggesi: problem this not *. .rejigjon national prigi( sand
away week and you should"abstain jeopardize, it in any way;. 'DE 't OCBAlSf.,ATol..lsedto;)",' I I to encourage under standing: and nj I
the U.S. Supreme Court declaring it to be. .. ,I ,I by yourTr feelings L>r an irre- ;' rom ,nakiog f dwrisjqns'pr A. bad_ Bllp in judgment .is tfdir-in take;action feet f end djscjiminaT. .', good will among, all races, an. irf
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sistiblej-attraictionbnthe l'4fh taking acUon'wJl rf-Anere!..Are one ''thing'Jrotf, 'mist j ," unlawful. : >' J4i
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but you sh 9 uld before guard, against "' ;;;" '"
pause reasons for doubt. Take all : ,on t ie' ,16th, I :f. -- "I -
The point involved here is that the two you should''pause, ,before-y": i necessary precautions when- If you 'want to preserve.a .ftEPUBUCAX,plan| ,pledged.j ,L..t::::: )
4. go the whole way. ; friend or monev. ;It t action. tbprp hlbit disc mlnation, : I '-
platforms PRONOU GEtl laudable i. )" --80iTl1! R ''1 iT ever 38Qfia< i'Sefcseoi| foresee or both 'J'
6.285: is! beneficial to'expand'yourSocial
objectives. .. 1 'Ti'JII.Dr.u ;:-r-Ol;: --11" trouble and rely on your r:
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Their attainment depends on stour-.ij "ITQEMtHT; 1 :f SafesJ-mt.t'! d ltc oced fes. ,:. ; ., '

hearts and unflinching courage not. only.. ,... **Jon ] Born' Ma Y.Z t' J. 'JJB Soulcf be k con-'" --70--88 15--32--37 ,.

the part of elected "officials buT -* Manysigns: : ,, tnt .f:01.&tt-: wined before it gets ou in- AQUARIUS ." -' I ., .
ctement around, home base. V d in_ a. 'tuation '' : \ "
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THOSE who would themselves be .
among Those you' love would naturally ,,out vety"much to There is nothing'wrong J

free! ... be welcome, but ;there: jour, pecuniary disadvantage; with .enjoying each 'd a y to I
may also be' some' people' (14th); You- cM;:i lace: little the full extent of your capacity -

who simply: r e too:-much reliance bri ahvthiri g 'thAt is it j1.U'e.nQt mortga-

QLammau mput for .ntern for your strength, patienceand said 'or 'promised"on'the 16th. g"ng yottt' !">f'tttult'a )Stability: ; i
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bloom 911' the 11th. _if ;fno"th5S D ¬.(u1''ak.E}deCiSt 2e-

#I. KEEP Read newspapers and magazines. XHten: !this ,Couldalso.iecom :W'.W: :: wayv:_jut> .Sept,LIBBA h'r."tthZu-o' t. g a.bu. "JA )rji\v Sf J _
e. 'justa 'ts''or her\ olfeaeratlons
INFORMED I speeches, diScussions; debates. Then-:- ; o -
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form your oaii opinion*. '. pass.ing-v fancyij. 1-one or I ; lull orjersonal if you fire i
both -sides, Ifcis?wiserotto circumstancesinakeyoji -

II. STUDY THE took uptheir*past words*....See. .what, make udeclatatidnan until. ;"y6u .t R. .. mf r tocross tioijf bcuigijWayed; .r.QJi2anticism bY"Your clpI ejxoBornfFeb. lo r

CANDIDATES they stand for, and.whether they* ...have <1 have. .. t1IVyour' ..u urseuJtooUDuchJ\ aboutsfanythin 'whbknow; our,.sensitive
lived to.their, promise*. .. ,. s'1 "111 '1 ; "I"" ; thatzcaauld'.
up -: ( depth J. 3.,}{ f. b .q
UI. PARTICIPATE I Attend precinct caucuses and political. <; of your feeling ,;;t I. Ioqli q ore X44 .185Z 1 T

meetings. Make your voice heard in .selection 7-:50:1..{t L:157519T .. .... '-_. e You ta co' d rnn.. a. t.: f!
of candidates and formation- of. i..s r-- \; an, ,o.opportunity to acnUlt'e CES _

policy. .. CAHCEB property that Aru 20ilperson 4' -
Rlay'be 13 ,.March t4 ;
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sad work* }i'1." 4Iia on thkggtnlebu:) l a i14' %whom you 14i Sr
IV. OFFER YOUR for essential chores, "leg
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, SERVICES brae pte-elewoa job of your own chocVing It betted to pa"y bills bargair ne'Y e rtRe ..;Jhe hate; had financial dealings } F 'r 41r rs., &
** promptly than? tonaccnmulatef' guidal* and
ieasf o"r who lives
..: .. theirt '. nearby mayu t 'J' ::ft
"I g ? thej lbec ft.\iJ.\ a dthert.ke .
= yours8pglteooll Y denly become fri ndlietI1 ] # z:_ / .C'.11
V. ENCOURAGE and competence ,to(dedicate*themselves r 't: m soc ate 9U4u if free anti I OOaissqqAr"2 ; !
1 "you ou are sus- -i t 'f ,
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,THOSE WITH to carecnia, public:service. Government S011 n'Us; 'well in,obtaining reuult rontneiy14t1 lead .
'l! en.tiel! :you tithe al- t ..;,' ,:i ";: J: ,: tnsJ
CHARACTBl will;never be any fetter) than the people w c are &", .
outweighed 'aid
bait rawhen ln'h
: far. hIO Y ou I *
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-. its ; "" Q, ..g g t.I,: : ; :{ M 3.13 J"'& (
I fa ; ; by .,the.morje.pleasant. di- '6f o+I.1' rtrt youFoWJt 'o1.t.: asm nJKfiN KlCr. ,
"'* yv. i ;' gs Pl ;int matto ;; ca oJ tail bIoJ .03
VL ALWAYS Even if your choice is limited 'to',canKP 1 etS10n.4t- ..yam rte>. F9t>$ider daring and enttr & mth'e'1irSiital0f ,;; heg, ;ate IA 'cations S j rr b4 U.v.eM f a nijd ;Yo!j

SS YOUR didates who .are not ideal. you should.PRSFfiUMCE ? ; W brut Wthi as"eminsatisfvferyi mrrt c r,, : sate tY. 1hatJ1I: art. sin.a.'tsy K:::. I xc&-4 k '" Tfrvifer: You Ttq; L..JJel1d CI mrnbsjw,
{ choose the best of the men"offered!" 3r &* A : .i d -90 r-i'4 j baI' 1G4"'\ ,T0 '- ".''
e4i yo er \s !et: AbevvorigiderefL ,'iuch / .
s111 ---:60";;: r-ttti !1"Xf : 3f'.. b5P..a ";.!:.I! t. .T1TR-A'INUm 9 Jl .ndJ3'JoJ
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.. VII. = within the limits p 't6ed judgmegts ort.im ri.11 ve I' b':5&: .s! q 10 Q.f .. it s v rellglousdifferencessre- I 1)1 ot r tau: _' !OO. I tai 'boibdJ.aI
= 1 iM Yt m..: 3 ,fs.YQMt :;; f.-ckr Inca b.,5CO .rlO '. ,
", ..JO state Uj). Pat laiq.whc% hen-i I' ... 'r t9otgsf ationsz wlthcxistingsjr tpros I 'MURK f-5y<: ; E,iL (ji ' < ypn register are,(q!C. :3CJI: .ttld r eft bf1 Utt'u.the e I4t lh.... .h. il: r.p i t I Boria T'ifi rOcir-2ip 1&1)fea! t; :t.Nov:t e22 !'yin.laws> and tbTros- -,1:9:717._.._5t t1;j OQ R McNi htly thf LoT

VIII CONSIDER n If do not all tits must prcckdYOUI "of* reason for r.ROt OilliY: : __-rAy' irttsyr: ':tn.1c. ffdi\1 tdi dvantemeat oUer-i ;; '
we use regret once it is outstanding's an :
*jM* wvt na>ia V your vocation or pro- I 14 lifC =:
MORALOBUOATJON Privileges we: are likely lo lose it! broken, The. drain on your usually give a good account I. ic:ion. 3t 14Oit
TO VOTe pocketbook could become
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ffook sn3sSaturday, August 6, 1960

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Application for Marriage AreOrganized
LEO: PRANK BUSH sod of MR. AND MB3. LUOOUB) BUSS of T I-D.-s
1W1 W. iSth SU wu feted.with a SURPRISE Jmt1'BDAY'PARTr LrL iJy _
sweenUy. given by his moU2 f.' HI* rueais SDcIu ed I'll homeroom t Samuel McCray Rt. 1, Box .
I classmates. Us.homeroom teacher, relatives tad fr1& i. After ... 964. sax Fla. age 21 and Jo-Ann
f eOoyint tt)-. evening. pkylnj rune tad Itetesdaf to ffl-Jl rrrarlf.Gun Hughes RL 9, Box 42SK. Jax,

: we as1wbbred in the dining room where a delicious reps -w |FTu,18. The Rev. J. S. Johnson, pastorof
i "1-1. Prow nt were Mrs-. D, Ingram. English: White Mlw:Bet Johnnie Morris 710 Evenon St. Stephen AME Church met
% /ijvj-r!M\. Miss O Walker. Miss K. Virgfajl Ixxnas,, lfl*( L St, sage 41 -nd Margaret R.Gardner with the women of the church
>*, 5f/xkiru! ?, Earnest WQsoa davde Saipp. Lennle Itilwood; 710 Everson St, 2i.
J.. VrJIory.lflssPrandnaM.; Stafford, Otts'Wright.Jlmmie Ward. Eugene Harmon, 808 N. Clay recently: and organized for the
... BtMi* GI'MJg'MII'7 Lee Davis, lloses Mflkr. heat St. age 29 and Maude M. Cam annual Women's Day celebration.
r. rr* L. Lee. Msi) Bessie M..Godfrey. Mrs. Henrietta Rob rscn, ral *M02,Woodside Ave, 20. The following officers were
i-' Ida Jordan Mrs. Anna'Alexander, David Robinson, Miss'Gifl elected: Mrs.Jennie Vee crock tt.
.r-- "lr;"T. Orccwy Lf Godfrey, Lenox Lamar Godfrey sad Mcees Calvin C. Christopher 517 W general chairman: Mrs. Mamie
tr "1"fCn. Many Metu111ft1 were received. 21st SU 38 and Mildred V. Morgan Taylor. Mrs. Inez Bivins.co-chair
837 W. ,17th St, 30.Rentie men; Mrs. Mable Jones general
Weston Jr. 1409 W. 5th supervisor; Mrs. L. G. Genwright.
LE BELLE FEMMES SOCIAL AND SAVING .a.tm metICtIy Y St., 20, and Marian Jackson 441 overseer: Mrs. Vera Stormes.
I in the home of MRS. LUCILLE BAKER 133ft Jefferson .lr Alznanda St, Daytona Beach 19 Mrs. Willie J. Stevens secretaries .
ft, Following the business session a social boor wu', enjoyed Roosevelt Green, 1270 W. 32nd ; Mrs., Juanita Johnson
r"n'y.rs present were Mrs. Jessie M. Walker. Mn. Helen Oem- St. 24 and Minnie Johnson, 11442 treasurer: finance committee,
1' ors, Mrs. Evelyn Jackson. Mrs Ernestine J.lurpbJ,1ra. Margaret Mrs. Ruby Wallace Mrs. Rosa
W. 32nd 18.
w. Mrs. Pearl Shaw, Mrs. Lucffle Baker' Miss Yestella King. St. Curti,. Mrs. Linnle Terrell, Mrs.
chests attending were Gene Allison Frank Brecher; Ernest'Murphy, Carlos W. Williams, 2113 :Mt. Nell Cason. Mrs. Louise Burden,
Mfc* Bcttye Moeley, Monroe McLaoghlln. Lewis Graham, Charles 11e Herman St, 24 and Deloris Scott, Mrs.ltamease McIntosh; Mrs.
R Jaeteon. Johnny Shaw, .Miss Doretha Young, Mrs. Ada M. 2113 Mt. Herman 5t., 17. Evelyn Freeman. Mrs Inez Biv-
Ifo niltan. Mrs. Victoria Jordan and Mrs. Christine Thomas. The Ervia E; Bass. Lake City'Hosp, Ins. Mrs. Lfflie Mae Smith, publicity
aeetlng d.be held & August with Mrs. Jessie M. Walker Lake City, Fla.:, 40 and Mae H. committee; Mrs. Joyce Gilbert .
I as borteu.MRS. Atwater. 723 W. Union St. 39. souvenir chairman;. Mrs.
Dean Ruby Wallace Mrs. BERDELL WILLIAMS AND. DAUGHTER, .GERALD 32 and- Alvin, 210 Evergreen Ln., Ion. Mrs. Henrietta Howard Mrs.
DJNlrof"Philadelphia! Fa., the sister and niece of MRS. 21audezeal S. Brown, 1238 Malinda UJJeon, members; Mrs.
GUSSIE RUCKER and OLLIE HUDSON, were feted with igmore St, 21 Nettie Durham music chairman;
magi affairs during their stay here.Dinner parties were given Willie Williams 1408 W. StateSt. Mrs. Maze Blaine Mrs. Mamie
la their honor by MR. AND*MRS. CLXCTOI GRAHAM of ., 18 and Connie L. Mathis 1604 Woodard. Mrs. Alice McIntosh
1650 W. 14th St.; MRS. ETHEL WALTER: AND. MRS. MATTE Windle St--14. members: decoration committee,

LAZENBY.: At this affair-&he.1rU presented a beautiful silverjasa TEA PLANNED--Moxribers of the La Isaac Newsome 1557 Franklin Mrs. Alberta Ruffers. chairman,
tray by Mrs. Jossla st mPI. Two of her nieces MRS. Pulperia Social and Saving 5t.. 23 and Muriel D. Lunsford and members of the pulpit aid
DELPHJNE GREENLEA AND MRS. JEWEL wn- honored Club will observe their anniversary with tea Sunday 344 Dellwood Ave.. 20. board; Mrs. Geneva Guyton, program
her with dinner. A luncheon was given In her honor by ms.EIJdIBA August 21 1960 at the Y.W.C.A. chairman: Mrs. Earth Me-
THOMPSON AND MRS. ALTAMEASE HAYNES. from 4 to 6 p.m.Shown are Rodney S. Christopher, 1347 W. Gowan, Mrs.Hazel Howard, mem
'
(from' left-sitting) Mrs. Arline GeorgeMrs.Lossie Simmons 26th St. 25 and Mary C. Stanford bers.

THE LAS BONTTAS BRIDGE CLUB met' recently In t.* :Mrs. Ruth. Spith, Mrs Marinda Goodman 1Jrs .Louise Holland 1025 Maple Lane 26 Committee chairman Mrs. Magr -
Of VETRlCE W. WILLIAMS. U92 W. 24th St., Sims
home MRS. e Mrs.
; Nellie Harris u"tant -
with the. president Mia Eunice Coker in charge. This wu the. Mrs. Hattie M. Nesbi't. ( standing) Mrs. Mary Bryant, Mrs. I .Eddie Vickers 1308 W. 28th St. ,. : Ways and Means commit

final meeting! for the summer. A lovely gift wag.presented to Jessie Myres Mrs. Altamese ;ells Mrs.Ruthie M. Tiller 21 and Drucffla Marshall: 1509Louisiana tee. Mrs. Annie Grant chairman;
Mrs. Lydia Sweet who has been Instructing the group'this year Mrs. Lillie M. St.., 21. Mrs. Mamie Gundy, Mrs. Wil.
and 'Miss Jackson the Wright Milton H. Henderson Cincinnati helmenia Jenkins
in bridge. A teat was given lima won : Sunday School,
prize for the highest score. Ohio, 22 and.Ella M. Carter Mrs. Mazie Blaine; Young people,
The hostess nerved an enjoyable repute Present at this r 1150 W. 27th St24. Mrs. I. Scarborough. Mrs E.
meeting 'were Mrs. Lydla Sweet, Mrs. "Mabte Jones Mrs. s: !Stork Henry R. Bush, 608 W. BeaverSt Bryant Mrs A. Muse Mrs. N
Rachel Donald,, Miss Irma Jackson. Mrs. Johnnie M. Roberta, 28 and Frankie M. .Monts, Durham; activities committee.
Miss Eunice Coker, Mrs. Sarah Washington tab Mrs. Clemen Y qi MF 608 W. Beaver St., 19. Mrs. Leuie Colodo, Mrs. Rossie
tine Brown. Special guest was Mrs. Jean Saunders Cooper. Wells. Mrs. Carrie Rogers Mrs.
Prizes were won by Mrs. Mable Jones Mrs. John?: e Roberts Deliveries Maggie Sims; ACE League Miss
and Mrs. Rachel Donald. _The next meeting win] be held in St. Paul YouthTo Carmen Atkins. Margaret Bryant

September. BlrthI at Brewsier RospUal Jacquelyn Fort. E. Stevens. Mrs
1 Give ProgramThe Jackie Williams and Constance

l THE OWENS-ILLINOIS LADIES met recently in, the home Mr.and Mrs. Leroy Christian Education 'Department ; Young.

Of MRS. EARNESTINE MURPHY. 1597 W. 19th St. Followingthe ', Smith, 3130 Brevo of St. Paul AME Church
)
business session a baby shower was given in honor of Drive Girl. will present a special youth program
LINDA DARLENE SHIPMAN. Many useful -gifts were received. L.r August U, at 11 aon.. Wilberiorce
The next meeting win] be heldin September with Mrs Nellie Mr.and Mrs.Alfred during the morning worship. The
Myrick as hoeteas.Members r .' Spencer 1661 Mc service, "Youth Invites the Par-
present at this meeting Mrs. eats" will seek to encourage all
were Lucy Gray, Is Scene
Mrs. Lucille Davis Mrs. Adetrlce Peters. Mrs. Earnestine I Cohnio, Boy. parents and their children to oRetreat
Murphy. Mrs. Alberta Pearson Mrs. Annie Sherman. Mrs. Ruby \ 4A Mr.and Mrs.Ernest worship together. It further hopesto
Fields Mrs. N. Myrick and Mrs. Annie Thomas. The club will 7illiams impress upon the adults the
a ,4632 Honor great responsibility that is theirs YPD
be on vacation during the month of August. F,
Village Girl in preparing their offspring for
,
in the realmof
the future. especially
I Mr. and Mrs Nathaniel their spiritual development. Mrs. Mane Blacknell Grim-
MRS. LORENA MUNGIN RICHARDSON of 1436 W. State St.. an- Hamilton Represented in the service will r-age. Episcopal director oT transportation .
flounces the recent marriage of her daughter LOUISE LORENA to YPD. lth
1555 be the Sunday school, the ACE Episcopal
*
EDDIE DREW WASHINGTON of Marianna. Mrs.Washington Is a Davis, Boy. League junior choir, Richard District, and the young people
graduate of Stanton High School and Florida Normal College. She is Mr.and Mrs. Lemon Allen Youth Council Boy and throughout the state te't the city
presently.employed u bookkeeper and teacher of Business Education : ., I wac Girl Scout programs. the junior recently to attend the YPD Retreat -
Morgan 3773
at Carter-Farramore High School In Qulncy. Mr. Washington is a Y St. choir and ushers all of which convening in WUberforce
graduate of Florida A and M University and is employed as a Augustine Rd.Girl. win tell their specific role in the University. Wilberforce. Ohio.
teacher at the Florida Industrial School for Boyrin 1d&r1a.nn& Christian Education Approximately 35 youths made
He Mr and Mrs total program of up
to also a well known tailor and buainesamaa< of that city The James .the delegation. Mrs. Grimmagewas

Washington honeymooned briefly in Mew,York Qt7.I Brannon, 1225 Steele Appropriate music will be fur- accompanied by Mrs. Dorothy

-py'rp .. + ...v SPt! and Peck. YPD director Tampa Flor..s .

MR. AND ,MRS. ALPHONSO W. JOHNSON announce the, marnage Mr. and Mrs. Hose demonstrations are'scheduled to- '.s:Theyretreat:uitee.Ia raa.ywsored __ j
of their daughter GWENDOLYN CORIETTA TO JOHN'EARL REV. DAVID CHESTER RICHARDSONWEDS Thomas,114 11th St' give additional import to the program by Mrs. Grimmage. Bishop "
MANGRAM.'son Of MR. AND MRS. ROBERT MANGRAM of Bruns JAMAICAN! BRIDE South Boy.Mr.and of training. This service is and Mrs.S. L. Greene are giving
wick. Ga. The ceremony wu performed by the Rev. R. A. K1na not to be limited to members of their moral support to Mrs.
; July, at 10 a.m.in the home of the bride's parents. Mrs .Robert St. Paul alone.. but is open to Grimmage.
---- The wedding of Miss Elf reida Louise Washington 2H So. the entire community

IKE RICHARDSON JR.:- of the Southside, feted several young Beckford and Rev. David C. Richardson, Myrtle Ave., Girl. The pastor the Rev. R. J.

I men with a,1unc.beo11lW week on the patio of Springleton's place. was solemnized in Ocho Rios, St. Ann, Mr. and hers John parent Elaine expresses wOl take hope advantage that every of Staples SetConcert
Present to'enjoy this affaif were RONALD DAMS HOWARD
FLYNN. REGINOLD DAVIS. JIMMU2 JERNAGINO. WALTER FULTON Jamaica West Indies,. on April 17, 1960 Seymore, 750 Union this service and endeavor to see

AND JEROME DAVIS. The rites were conducted by Rev. H. B. Street, Boy. lo it that' their active young part in people the total;are for
taking an
Swaley of the Ocho Rios PresbyterianChurch program of Christian Education.
.
Mr and Mrs liar cola
-
MRS. M. A. CAMPBELL. of 1766 Myrtle Ave., who has been of which Mrs. Richardson. was a
confined. to Brewster Hospital, and in the, home of her son and member. Evans, 1122 SteeleCt. LeadershipTrain A g.ll Here

'daughter-ladtw, DR. AND MRS!"W. A. CAMPBELL in Tallahassee, ., Girl.
The bride cocktail
wore a
length
Js new at home convalescing. Friends may can.. gown
and
Mr Louis
I of organza and aylon. The veil was of Mrs. The Staple Singers of Chicago
Day El, win in
Johnson 5517 Bethel appear toncert Aug.
,
French manthia. Her jewelry consisted 11 in the educational building of
MRS. ANNIE B. WASHINGTON and niece, MARGARET KTRK- of a tiny heart shaped locket and gold Road, Girl. Mt. Ararat Baptist church.The .
LAND left the city recently ,to visit Mrs. Washington's sister Mi1.and Mrs .William To Be HeldMembers .
and brother. MRS. RESSIE B. HOLLXS and JOHN D. SPIVEY earrings. She carried a bouquet c'\&.tte program is under the sponsorship
J pf Dotban. Ala. They are members of Zion Hope Baptist Church. Dahli and purple Orc lds. Smith, 122 So. 9th of the Volunteer the.Blvena of the Gospel Echoes and
Specials who win also
I Street Girl. Leadership Committee of the
T The bride only be featured with tee Celestial
attendantMrs.Salrley
Branch YWCA have held two
i MR. AND MRS. MELVIN WILLIAMS and family of Miami spent Alexander sister of the bride Mr. and Mrs. E.L. planning meetings preparing for Gospel Singer and the Singing
wore a
;mral days the Southeside. Trumpets of this dty.
I on visiting relatives. Mrs. Williams will Tolliver,1333 Rush Leadership Training Day Sept.
bo remembered'u Rena M'mgin, daughter of the late Mn. Catherine sort green ,organza dress with matching ing Street, Girl. 24. Mrs. G. B. Gardner is chair- The Staple Singer' are nationally .

Mungtn.MRS.. accessories. T. M. ,Dixon served as best man. will be known heard recording in the latesfselec-artist and
'
f man. The bride was given In marriage by Mr. and Mrs. Joe The theme selected this year is tics s along with request num
GERTRUDE BROWN of 948 Julia St.. is vacationing in, Grant,2121 Mars Ct "Strengthening Program. The bers. '
Trew'Tork City as guest of ber son-in-law and daughter, MR.AND her father, A. J. Bec1 ord.Rev.and Mra group has again selected Little Featured with the group will be
MRS. JAMES CROSS of St. Nicholas Place. She is a member of Richardson are at home to friends at Apt. D., :Boy. Talbot Island as the place to Mavis Staple and her father. Roebuck -

I Grant Memorial and serves on Deaconess Board. 4222, Connie Street. Mr. and Lira .James spend the day. Staple. '

.. Felder,1418 W. 7th HOD o

THE UNION ST. JAMES ASSOCIATION will sponsor a Street, Girl. O
FABULOUS TEA Sunday, Aug. 21, at the Garden dub House.. ,Edward Waters' Dean Mr.and Mrs.Charlik ALL ALUMINUMOBOfcaOElOESOEH O
,344 W. 17th St. from 4 to 6 pm. Some of the city's best Alston 29
7
.25th
ta1nt.sm .appear oo the program. s

Announces Fall SlateDean Street, Boy. O SCREENS

... Mr.and Mrs.Gera1dRand
Vacationing in Lo Angeles Calif., Is MRS.. FLORA MUNGINrf
2124 Blue St. and her sister. MRS. B. J.KELLER of 1534 W. 2ndt. Jcnr A. Espy of Edward Waters College announced. the Street 0 IphA 1211 Hart, ,13'O MADE TO ORDER $ A D

They: are the house guests of Mn. Mucg&fa son and daughter- .scbeCule....for_the fan semester as:_ :Boy. ,' AND INSTALLED (j, O
in-law, MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM ZSHAM former residents of.this racw.7 aemm&r', ask'r'; Mr.and Mrs ..Alifcon.so : T"fiW
tity. They wjQ visit a cousin'to King, tab caflfv MRS. 8AD1EEEL1 freshman orientation am) retfstra 'era! thousand new volumes, covering Ross 4401 .0'/ AVERAGE SIZE M
JONES and another'in S&D.Diego.! call Before returning tfco Sept. Mir registration for practically every field of Interest De- DOWN-BANK FINANCING U

borne they wan visit Mexico, Both are members of Grant MemcrWAME upperclassmen. Sept. 910. Classes Will be added to the ..pres tallle St., Boy. o FLORIDA ROOMS O PAINTING O
C>>ut'cb. win. begin on Set 11, which is ent stock in.the college' H. .T.Tookes .
also the effective date for late Library.' Additional Periodicals Mrs. James t ADDITIONS O SIDING H
,registration fee. Sept..JI.1s ,the iff the various special 0 ROOFING REPAIRS fl
last day for registration, and fields have been ordered. DRIVEWAYS O PATIOS 9
SICK MEMBERS OF THE WEST UNION BAPTIST CHURCH change of program. Dean Espy announced that there ReElectedElkLeider O FREE ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN g

*ro is follows: THE 1tEV. C. O. GORDAN. %JHO Pearce fit: MkSsesxster fnmtoatfans are win be additions to the faculty .
MRS. MARY MULLFR,1111: Pullman BU: MRS. LOUSE WALTER schedules'Ior NOT.10.11.. Home- In certain areas. Be stated ,that D FERRYMAN'S. CO. INC.. Qtt
"724 Court.B: J S.KUTIE' JENKINS Brewtter HospitalMR. icomi&g will be observed this year an ansounoemeni of the facultyfor sox utPovxtiifTr.
MARY KELLEY. C27 -.'30th St.; and MRS. CLARA MORGAN ,on NOT 12. The Thanksgiving recess the- 196041( term win be made Q1S4I EYEKGBEEN, AVI. 5-2933'O
1651 S. 21St St. wffl begin at noon Nov. 23; within the next few weeks, aid OJlOClOCl =O1C30a0=1
classes,: will resume on Nov. 28. that faculty additions will pro *
i 'Tie 'Christmas recess begins*at ably be made in the departments Mrs.' Battle.L James daughter
noon Dec.* 15. classes will 're- of mathematics and science ha- ruler Pride of Maeeo Temple IBS,
some oo Jan. 2, .names, and education. was elected for her 23th year as
WHEN.YOU ABE ILL -The college wffl observe Beli daughter refer. Mrs. Annie 1..

You Seek The Beat Doctor goo Emphasis Week. Jan. 15-20. Outings Planned tom Stafford?. wu lo. re-elected trea. NOW OPEN
When Your Doctor Praacribtt: Final" atmmatioaw are ached
pled for Jan. 2$0. The fan semester Other officers are: Mrs. G. C.
Gel Experienced Pbtrrfadrtt ends Jag 50, and registration The JG Junior CMC Cub wffl Bowen ftnindil secretary; Mrs FounfaineHe.Suncfries
To Fill Your Prescriptions for the spring semester Isscheduled sponsor aa outing to Little Talbot Baby BlafrnfTT, assistant; Mrs.
for Feb. 1. Island Bernice Path recording secretary: .
:Aceordlsg To Your Doctor's Aug. u. Tbe bus will
The president of Edward Waters leave 1259 reporter; Mrs. Elizabeth> Ansttn,
W. St
Ord... Ws UM Only I7lh; at 1:30 rice daughter ruler; Mrs. Queen
CbQece Jt&te4'Jut.week
Th 3.ci Quality Drug '. ,Al Is convinced that the 1960-61 thathe a.m. B. Williams assistant daughter: 2025 West -oth Street
PsJIbearers} 10
Society
Or. C. Be Black term wffl prove to be ODe of the an outing to. Jebn will Island sponsor ruler; Mrs. Mattte WHlisps Across from Northwestern High Schoc

Proprietor! most chaHesgiaf years a the history Aoc. 14. The bus wan leave from chaplain elected; Mrs. Margaret Conveniently: located neor
CosteCo, escort: Mrs. Bobbie
.
of tie col
ge. _
Spearing tad
rlorida avtnt. at Fforodole and
3 BEGISTEHED.PHARMACISTS Brock assistant; Mrs. Eunice Magnolia Gardens
TO SERVE YOtTLILLY'S Dr wmiasr B. Stewart
-.cz.Wreaedlds 8:30
am.; Std and >Florida We
avenue -
o fins
Smith doorkeeper; Mrs. Annie carry complete
Hew a
a meeting at f un.; Union tad Spear- BeD Bennett gate keeper: Mrs. ten*Metficines-Skk Room Nee'
with Dean James A. Espy aDd *
DRUG STORE fag at 9:30 a.m. cod.Jeffera@r
the departmental chairmen in the ; Lovenia T. OoeO. Mrs. Dorothy *****SupplJet- Cotmetfes
\ .4 Patea street at $ X'
: &m. James. Mrs L D. Ayers Mrs. FAST. FREE .
first of a teriea.of JeD'r&1.-ea&o-' DELIVERY PO'5-W2'
I ftO Kings Road ELgta '3- 278 f foresees'planned tall sjffisme? Program Planned ETf Dawson, Mrs. Dorothy Mae ,.$...*To Visit Our Lunch CouRtermUod '
Cesar' waft U_ to Acosta Mrx Battle Wesley, Lunch
A COMPLETE LINE OFt ex The Beraldatrea Homburgtrs
local gospel trustees.Mrs. -
i Cosmetics Rubbev Goodj CaadB*. Suadrie PS1i25fl w lump rues aoaIbe.vrt ihztera. wa present a program Johnnie B. Gathers faitta-i a : Hot4o9" fee Cream Sodas
1 PR3SCRIPT10K3 CALLED FOB; AND DEUVEHED of aaterlaU-:ad tag. H ta the. Chorea of God la tier chairman; Past Grand rulersare "Do WiHkw Jimerz9ii Prop.
f eft: for tastra '
ttseal
pur! Crt'lt.: $ formerly of
; Reyno Pharmacy
!, Mrs Rattle L James )!nr. ;..: ;
1. -nose:: & fs.us.Aers4ooQ:1IIat t se..:. lea St. U S, p.m., ,

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THE FLOBIDA:STAB Week Ending Saturday, August 6, 1960SPIRITUAL

..... Four -
""'I'r' ,,
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1 Deafns&Funerafs 11

St. ThomasTo ;;



Observe h, FLOYD-Ltwrannlo or1 i W. Union Street.BRYANTJanes .

5836 Paris Ave.

Annual DayAnnual a a HEARSELeroy o f. 2.of ;

E 317 E. Beaver St. 915 a. Honroe. ,

men's day will be ob COlHIEr-lIrs. Hollle SHIELDS 1'lmL'113 r J.

served Aug. 21 throughout the -.- r- of 2326 Moncriof.Y7HLTAMS of 1524 LouisianaTCILLIAUSGeorge
day In St.Thomas Baptist Church of
-It n-
with Deacon W. M. Brightmced 5 -Annie of

general chairman presiding. ..r } 85 Park Place St. 1237 ':J. Honroe.
The morning message will be J 1Tc / \ QILES-Hrs. Idelia
.
delivered by the Rev. C. J. } Augustine.

Crosby pastor of Shaw Memorial > ; 1.-.a. '.. -, ALDERHAlT-Erneatine of Rt 1Box 119
v
Baptist Church. Other speakersare jT'' > of Rt. 1 Box 191 Lessie Florida.POOLEMrs.Hary .
,
: the Rev. N. Marry of Mt. ;
T. f Yulee.JOffidS021Adelia. of
Ararat Baptist and the Rev.

Clayton, of St. Thomas. K I of 611 First Ave.S.Jacksonville .
Deacon Morris H.Mann of Anti- ,,,-.
1317 t7 29th Bch
St.
: och Baptist Church win serve as .
IIedatJ guest superintendent. of the Sun- P VELL-John of 526
day School. Various guest teach -A
ers will have charge of the
classes. r Marquis L. HarrisWillSpeak



;* Revival Rite ti:


A tip of the fepd Oat

to these oabh3dtoL Slated for TEA--The home of Mrs. Estelle Clayton. 1273 Hart to Graduates '

70UD.AmerkaDI: lsln Street was the scene 'of the Skylight Social. S'avi rag Clubta
aad
make ow country Spiritual Tea last Sunday. Enjoying this affair
Zion were
i bettet New Mrs.
community a Harris
our DAYTONA BEACH.Bishop Marquis LaFayette
place la wbicb to L.u.cnrtornz meeting for the revival Nancy Holmes Mrs G. Oliphant, Mrs Ann Thomas, G o orae will deliver toe commencement address to the summer graduates .

*. In Prayer First New Zion Baptist Church Holmes Mrs. Sally Hampton, Mrs. E. Johnson, Mrs Victor ..of...u_Bethune-Cookman......_ College at 10 a.m. Saturday in WhiteHall
*** will begin Monday night and con Whitehead, Auwwnum.
Dr. Richard V. tin, Texas. Since 1936. he has
tine for one week. Preaching! Moore president
will begin Aug. 15 with the Rev. stated that 20 students will been president of Philander Smith
J. C. Sams,. pastor of Second receive degrees and eight out College Little Rock. Ark.
Baptist Church.in charge of pul Mt. standing citizens will receive cita E* has served his church as a
of
pit services. CalvaryIs tions for outstanding contributions member of the General Board
Education and as a member of
in the area of Education and
Human Relations. the General Conference Comm
Scene ,of sion on Church UnIon. He attended
Bishop Harris was elected to Ecumenical
Methodist
the
Rev. GrahamTo the Episcopacy! of the Methodist in
Conference at Oxford, England
Church recently at the Central
-3 Joint MeetThe 1952 and was *n accredited delegate
Jurisdictional: Conference of the
tc of
Council
to the World
Speak in Methodist Church in Cleveland, 1954
ole Churches. Evanston. HI in
"". ".
Ohio. He was assigned to the
and He has been a member of the
L senior junior women
S f} YY Atlantic Coast Area
1 a succeeding
missionary societies of Mt. Calvary General and Jurisdictional Conference
West UnionThe Bishop J. W. E. Bowen, who retired
since 1940.
Baptist Church"will observe
at the Jurisdictional Con-
o a joint anniversary Aug. 9 at 8 ference. The Atlantic Coast Area He holds membership In the
I ., -' : PJJI. In the church auditorium.The Includes South American Philosophical Assn., the
Rev. D. G. Graham, Carolina Georgiaand
pastorof .
annual message will be delivered
: Florida.
,Southern Society of Philosophy
: > Mt. Ararat Baptist Church will .r by the Rev. J. Davis, pastor -
Y and Psychology. Southwestern
Bishop 'Harris was. born in
0" ; preach ,the anniversary }bY of First Baptist Church. Man.
; sermon + darin. Macon County near Tuskegee and Philosophical Society and other
for Districts 1 and 12 of 'West was educated at Clark College. similar organizations
The male chorus of Mt. Sinai
JOHNS Oil Union Baptist! Church Aug. 14 at :iw' w Baptist Church will be presentedin Gammon Theological Seminaryand His best known vntings"are
"Some '. of God.
Concept ons by
Boston University School of
3 p.m. He win be accompaniedby an after service'program Sun.
Duval Vocational? \ the Ohio' State University Press:
Theology. He did special work
his choirs and congregation.Deaconess day night in the interest of District '
"Voice in the wilderness: and
II m9 in the philosophy of Religion at
1
Board '.1 will meet Harvard University and ia psychology "Life Can Be Meaningful"He
Pepsi Cola Dealei Sunday in the. educational build and economics at West. is married to Miss\ Geneva
areproud to solute' ing. All usher boards will observe era Reserve University Cleve. Magnolia Nelson of Atlanta Ga.
a joint anniversary Aug. 8. A pro 9 CommunionSet land, Ohio. He recieved the They have one son, M. LaFa 'ette.
Carolyn of the llthj gram will be presented for. the .1 Ph.D. Degree from Ohio State Harris Jr.

grade. The Library; occasion.Deaconesses. A" University In 1933 and became a
SundayHoly Fellow of the National College of
Council .
Club iStudent .
'Canada in 1940. His honorary

and choir arej degrees are: Doctor of Divinity .
among her favorite communion will be administered from Gammon Seminary, LLD.
in Mt. Tabor Baptist from Clark College and L.H.D.
activities Form UnionThe Church Sunday at 3 p.m. Choirs from Southwestern College.He PATRONIZE
1 and 2 and Usher Board 1 win was teacher of Physics and
serve thoughout the day. The Mathematics at Clark College
deaconesses of the south- sermon will be delivered by the and instructor of physics and
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side Baptist met Church.recently Highland in Mt. Pleasant avenue, ST. JOHN'S QUARTET- Members of the St* street pastor, the Rev. H. T. Over. chemistry and dean and of director men at of Claflin athletics Star fldvuriisurs! :

to organize a union. John's Baptist Church Quartet: will be
The male chorus win meet Saturday College, Orangeburg, S.C. He
The meeting was conducted by featured in their initial sPotl3ht'ocital. at the usual hour for re- served pastorates in the Lexington a *

the 'Rev. J. V(. Jones pastor. .. .sumov- 'x3Ghb U-.5 tiofc sij at t'H e bearsal. Conference until he became
The following *ffH" r '%- dean and professor of Sociologyat
sSteal Siff..Agats Taylor, St. John *
pres.- Baptist Church. corner of Oak- Samuel Houston College. AusACTIVE -
9r ident Mrs. Beulah vice
: Austin
president; Mir M. L. Thomas, ley and Bridier Streets at 8:15 p.m.

I secretary; Mrs. Thelma Raye assistant Members of the group are ( from left ) .
II secretary; Mrs. Maggie R. Calvin Forehand SPORTSWOMEN PREFER I
I Humphrey, treasurer; Mrs. Inez Sammuel Cas well.Curtis. I
FIELDSBy
II Flynn chaplain: Mrs. Corine Waters Adams V7. E. Williams. L == FEMININE FASHION ON THE PLAYING

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program chairman; Mrs. M.
I L L. Gordon sick committee chair- : Evelyn CunninghamJust The other sports ensemble The dart fitted pants or

man: Mrs. M. Jackson Mrs. B. G. W. Scott L. Freeman (McCall's Pattern No. 5301)is shorts have a left side zipper

HILLIARD CARTER S. Brown Mrs. -M. L. Gordon because a girl engagesin in three pieces. The shirt closing and a pocket in the
Mrs. A. Taylor. Mrs. M. J. Clark active outdoor it side The jerkin
sports save long or short right seam.
.
New Stanton Bylaws committee. may
i I Re-Elected Presidents does not mean that she hasto sleeves, the pants may be has a zipper above the left

look like a boy. No matter full-length or short. Completing side vent. There's a Talon

tjjHilliard is amenber MacedoniaWill Deacons G. W. Scott, city and Leon T. Freeman of Bartow, how strenuous or gruelling the the outfit' is a belted, zipper for every sewing need
Ifcof the 12th. grade were re-elected as presidents of the Progressive Baptist State Sun- sport, a female does not haveto side-slit jedcin. The front- with simple A-B-C instructions

LCclass. H-Y.Student day School and BYPU Convention auxiliary to the Progressive. look masculine.On buttoned shirt has a con- in each package for
.. Baptist State Convention of Florida, recently in Clearwater.Deacon the of and zipper
[ CouncI1 and is very BeginObservance scow: was reelected for subject sports, vertible neckline, set-in short easy professional

active in church his 13th term as leader of the The Reverends R. H. "Wilsori1 it has* often been said that sleeves turned back to form application.Send .
Sunday School Department and city and J. L. Stephens of Sara. one of the sure ways for a cuffs or long sleeves gathered today for a free
work. His hobby is Deacon Freeman for his 4th'year iota are dean and assistant dean. woman to lose her man is to into buttoned bands. McCall's apron pattern. Maila

3 of than as leader of the BYPU Division The Rev. W, D. Pelham was reelected beat him at any competitivesport. ., ._ card to Evelyn Cunningham,
*********** The pastor and church anniversary Others reelected were: The Heard dean of state music: Alexander In view of this, a gm c/o MrCall's Patterns, 230

will begin In Greater MacedonIa Rev. W. C. Mitchell of Tampa, BYPU Methods: Mra.Alberta director.J. might just recoup her loss if, ( Park Avenue, New York 17,

Baptist Church this week vice president Sunday School: Williams, public relations secretary in beating her fellow, she N. Y.
and end Aug. 28 with the Wom- Mrs. L. B. C. Thomas of Bartow, looks pretty and feminine.Be .
en', Day celebration. Mrs. MaryL. financial secretary; Mrs.Agnes L. that as it it behoovesall ,. Ir ,",:t
Flanders Is chairman, and Dean of Sebring, corresponding Betty Harris of Dunedin, succeeded may 't ,
Mrs. Bessie Merchant and Mrs. secretary: Mrs.Elizabeth Jenkins, Mrs. Claudia M. Grahamof women not to look coldly yw / 1

E.,D. Milton co-chair. Scoring, treasure. Orlando as recording secre efficient and competent on
The Rev. O. D.' 1lUam5. Pa- tarT Mrs. Arlene Crowswefl, of the sports field. .{
Winter Haven succeeded Mrs.LHU& -
bofcee. vice president. BYPU; the Birts of Okeechobee as corresponding Tennis, golf, bowling, !
Rev. M. J. Williams Tampa. 2nd secretary of the BYPU cycling and all other outdoor
Observance vice president; Mrs. Lula Campbell Department. activities in which women Y Nil

Sebring. recording secretary; James Cobb of St. PetersbUI'i.succeeded take part have their own
Mrs. Estella
Dickson Avon
Park Freddie Floyd of Sara-
Planned in 1 financial secretary; the Rev. F. sota as 2nd vice president of the special costumes.; There is :;; f

D. Huffman. Ft. Myers. treasurer. sundae School Department: )fjpDistrict's ovcr-la ing of course, mak- ;
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ing one
ALLEn R. JOKES Holy ChurchGREEN AnnualrMeetTo participation of two or more !

Duval Vocational sports. #

COVE SPRINGS. Aug. Full-length tapered pants, s 4'-l y N iI I N/ i
Be Held StantonThe
at Bermuda shorts and short
Tribute is paid to 5-Elder C. W. Howard pastor of
the Church of God In Christ Holiness shorts are the perennial favor-
Allen of the 12th Church win observe his second annual meeting of District No. 4. Florid State Teachers ites of the outdoor girl. The

grade .He ia a member ) anniversary as pastor of the Assn. win be held Aug. 22, at New Stanton Senior High School. choice depends upon personaltaste s i :yt

of the Young HHen's church. Aug. 814. Chester R. Cowart. district president has announced that the size and age. Thereare t. t E EI Ey
The Rev F. D. Ragging end planning committee has spent aa amount of time ia preparationfor for girl and I
Council nd
a pants every
congregation of Trinity Baptist the meeting.Dr. t s. 4 I
serves as captainof Church will have charge Aug. 8 Walter R.. Winiams, director widely known for his eloquenceand woman.
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the football team at 8 pjn. The Sunday School wmlponsor of'Vocational and Adult Ed is considered one of the outstanding On another front, there isa

K"r! 'X 'X xx7CxRk the service Aug. 9 at 8 ucation. State Department of Education authorities in the field'II. growing interest in play /'
pm.. with Elder Robert Tlsdale has accepted the com of Vocational and Adult Education skirts that are well above ES
of Pierce Station ia charge. mittee's Invitation to deliver the II. )n this 'section of our coun die knees. Ideal for tennis

Listen To PepsiMusicQuest The YPWW will sponsor the keynote address. Dr. WQliazns is try.Prpor or sunning, the ,one shown
service Aug. 10 at 8 pm., with : ,
:: Friday McCall's Pattern No. 41
here ( F
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Elder A. Williams and :-- '
congregation :: 5 .
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of South Jacksonville in 1oi'.11"%.. w. :, r I 5425) is made of blue and L ,
ItNltes Io:30 to 11:00 charge. The Home of Mission .: : w -: white checked cotton with YNi.

win the service Aug. 11, !
For Phone Request sponsor : L rose embroidery. The play
and the Young Ministers Asm., _-
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.rva. skirt is contained in a pattern 4 ill.
win have charge.
EL 6.0461.2
that includes a straight slim 4tL
The Sunshine Band will sponsor ;
the service Aug. 21 at 8 p.m. skirt, which when worn with
The Rev. L. Manes and congregitioa the play skirt, becomes a
of Gordon Chipping AME tunic dress. The slim skirt
Church, and the pastor aid board has three gores; the play y:.
wQ have charge of the service __
I skirt is gathered and has four -- wlb 15"Z',
.Aug. 4 at 3 pm. Elder F. Howard ..
The includes A series of separates get
tad congregation of Jacfcon- gores. pattern "
dad with
I "daecked, out approval -
vile Beach Bible Band will sponsor bloomer-panties to be worn Scoop-aecked bodice and
the service at 7:30 pjn. sr I under the play skirt. The gathered play skirt appear in

scoop-neck bodice is sleeve popnlar checked: cotton, flowereabroldered. -

ib ,I less. As for.fabric, ,the play Tnnie look for Something new In slack seta...

Men's Day PlannedThe skirt and bodice ,could be streetwear.solid toned Is slim achieved skirt,,included with a the tunic look. Boldly checked
made of white pique and the Talon'smarrdoM tame topping; gets belted over
ia the
men of Simpson Methodist Now For A Good Poyln pattern envelope. Ainny pasta sad a long leered,
slim skirt of bright summer for bodice
ft Magic Zip
I I Career In shirt of coordinated solid
ap Barbering tailored
ci. Church, nave made their plans for and skirt has n woven
fabrics
II I s aato .t. ; their annual Men's Day eelebra- Enrol! Now In The Sotith's Fines solid. Other suggested sewing gmid plackets line in the tape fabric. TJ.o'colora from the
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< which be mixed or matched beige and tawny families. For
Con scheduled Au;. 21. Approved may so to follow for perfect
JaeID Walter Jones is general chairnunHowari FLORIegi'A1i'i ER COLLEGE are lines, poplin, shade- application.easy The fashion fa am active sport life make this
akii l Baker silk cotton Wit KcCall's tailored ovifit from McCH'a
skin
co-chainnaa printed or separate ,
and the Rev. 0..A Bums Broach fabrics. Pattern S42S. Misses* .... Patten fS30L MUae stets
7 minister. synthetic
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1sPoRTIN.iTiW Machenll

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J PIZARRO IMPROVING ...No matter what happens DENVER Sonny Liston returned stronger and conceivably result ;n
this week, the Dodgers still-hate a chance to win, but their to Philadelphia to continue an ultimatum to Patterson :o tight/

Wan-rddie a campaign to clear the slate en Liston or else
route to the heavyweight champi 'The public will demani a till!

Braves are on. top at this' writing, and Hank has not even onship. fight for Liston and the public ?a>s
begun to. hit yet One guy whose: name: has not been zo 0 The powerhouse> puncher will follow the freight Any doubt was removed -
mentioned much is Wes Covington, but a look at the: batting ... up his third-round an:-ihila-! by Liston's quick, KG of
hon of Zora Folley at in-\Coliseum i Meanwhile 'Am!!
averages show the, big Tarheel slugger to be hovtringaround Folley we try to
recently by fighting Eddie Ma keep busy We xpect: ,;o fight Ma
tlie1op'ten 'J1. he-keeps .upjiis lusty cloutingand I
chen. then next. We intend to keep Lis-
Hank comes,throtfgh as everybody knows'he will the; Promoter Tommy Mover announced ton '
It-thls-time Juan PizafroJ coming sharp
Dodgers can forget
a Machen-Liston 10 round Liston received S25.000 :antl: Fun j
Into hU own 'as a pitcher under Dressen. .. fight will be held outdoors September. ler. $40.000The I
i T .? at Seattle. He said it wouldbe crowd of 9.252 which pant

j INGEMARJOHANSSON I v -World a televised nationally with' Port $77.40645 to see Sonny d!"molnbth1

I.- IJ but FLOYD was,PATTERSON'Smanagtr "very pleased" featherweight champion Davey land and Seattle black-.d: out. : lion hearted Folle was ran

; CUS 'D'AMATO, waS Moore scored a sixth-roiuuf knockout If Liston racks up hi? 10th winced it had watched the. n" M
3 Straight knockout at tie expenseof
champion.
over Frankie Valdez Texas
slightly puzzle the selection'
over Machen, he will have just about "All we want is a rtfere1114''
.
of LoJ Angeles as th site featherwei titleholderyin a non-
"'. M run out of opponents. can count to 10." th' Listen ramp
loathe next world heavyweight .title fight : However, Manager Ftp Barone had boasted. And they w!re so
title bout "None ""Yoor1bO took the scheduled iif
championship! ,' expects the National Boxing Association nsht
has spoken to mfor Patterson 10-rounder as a test to see if he"is to help expedite a championship "After the first round Li about the proposed site," ready for a- title defense in Japan. match for Liston. instructions and Fole\! never
D'Amato said. "As far as I started slowly but had commandthe "I think the NBA will declare a had a chance to hold bun (Iff.
know they're still looking for a whole way. : new champion." Barone said be- Sonny is a relaxed fi httr. IN
i site among cities that include fore leaving Denver. never gets rattled. He kepi ,'1'-'
rL New York City BILL WILLIE MAYS hiked his AD- f Floyd Patterson piom ed to bea all the time Folley was 'hrnwm.
WHITE, infielder-outfielder of Star average to .428 with six L\
: fighting champion after knocking punches in the second round and
the St. .Louis ,Cards, Is the only hits In this year's all-star games. out Ingemar Johansson last after Zora had shot his! oolt Litton
member of his SQuall hitting .308 After the second game at New month. First he must fulfill a third resumed his bombing," Barone if
York, Willie said: "This is whereI and rubber match with Ingpmar. marked
Of ail the woes which first started to 'playbaD and The talk has been this bout will
.Affected the Cincinnati Beds dorby'tib I have a great many friends be held in November, possibly in UGA Golfers Meet In
first half of the National he e. 'The fans here understand Los Angeles, but many observers Chicago Aug. 22.23
LetfM pfrmtnt race, the stampsexpwtenced the*game and when you're'in a look dubiously upon negotiationsand

taT by VADA FINSON slump they go along' with yoav" ROY CAMPANEUA.;:and. his two ex-t' mare. shown as they got together in New feel the match will be set back WASHINGTON' ''ht

ae most FRANK damiging ROBINSON. ..." wen This ,is the best' place to plarjTheMi\ .. mates! .- Gil HoHgej' (I) and Duke",Snider (r) York recently. Until next summer. United Golfers Association* national
'PII oa, baD" The NBA already has expressed ) loin na men ' &Ilh' leading swstte* in :"r p' .; -*- to thp bout If it is in Chicago Augu pier it-
USf, n. batting only-iJSi at 1"1D1 :Marlins, behin< '-the seven-hit* ..Da ltailncludcd i As Liston StteTo j Appear Before opposition and Liston is kept coolinghis Pipe,O-Peace and Burn.13ntqs:
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All-Star time. His avenge had patching of Ruben Gomez, beat Possible 'Site'ForFloydIngo :.ii' heels-this opposition will grow golf courses according to llowarlAnderson

plummeted 45 points since June Je 2.1, in the opener of a ... '10 UGA presidentMAKES .
1. Last year Robinson bat Rematch -
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ted J1L socked 38 homers and It Y'IY' first start for DALLAS, Texas. Investigating Committee Oct. 8 .
drove home US As
rums the
transferred
ihami since the Phillies
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Dallas recently was added to the
season reached the DENVER. Moments after lie_ I
Buffalo
halfway his option from the list of prominent cities mentionedas .
mark, the Red first'sscker scored the biggest knockout of his
was BisuaJ of the International League likely-to land the Floyd Patter- Satchel PaigeTo j
'hitting .259. He bad walloped to the! lfarlir4'of the _same jjeague. son-Ingemar Johansson rematch. meteoric career Sonny Liston received jI I
only U homers and had driven '! Ruben had an 0-3 record with the .Promoter ofJ"eatuie. a message in Denver from Phll1ri0.
I<;Bill Fygazy : '
BLANCHE la a mere total -Ktunr-r1..". ..Phillies before;beats ight,to*Ruf-l;: a Sport, JJQCwhich: hgJdjj contract =l Und Sam.Liston It>> Get DegreeWICHITA
$ MARTIN, former falo June 15. to the rematch, announced that'lip and Manager Pep Barone s
Michigan' State gridder, has apparently had confered with three wealthy were served subpoenas by the U.
Kas. Sat i iI
beaten The -- --
veteran pro big reason WIL- Texans on the possibility of stag S. Marshal's office when they
_/ FRAN RQGEL for the fullback LIE McCOVEY the 1959 Nation- the fighthere.Fugajy climbed out of the Coliseum ring chel Paige veteran baseball pitch.
I Job because coach SAMMY.BAUGHlttbiULlm a);! League, rookie/of the year? ing, laid: down one condition. yn; following. third-round annihila- er who gained fame in colored II
!"my hardest was shipped back"to the minors : ;tioit ; ,? baseball and later in the major
for quahficitioa .ff! fJ1e1
F&
as requirement ; fra* ., J
will be honored for his
leagues,
: 7l by"the San Francisco
waner. President Giants is
_ NKBU-- The city in question must bitable They were ordered to appear"in when 1
contribution the
MAH plus to toTtte heJiYy. ;\.,his,attitude,;They say he "dogs to meet the million-dollar price Washington, D. C., October 8 before long to game
the National Baseball of BLEACHES
Congress, SKIN
weight champion tUOYDafATTERSON : 'Ic;when{ She'hits .aren't falling tag. According to Fugazy, the site the Kefauver committee, investigating .
lteJimac.j j:if acid which he is pn alumnus, awards
Id'the Ghana :is tClackadaisical in his for the ,proposed': bout has been ..professi9nal boxing.
him a degree in full cap and gown OLD FASHIONEDlighleos
i it was announced play around first base. Yet BILL narrowed'downto--six cities-New
The subpoenas, ironically,>were ceremony, Aug. 19.
RIGNEY. who was fired as York Chicago; 'Lbs- ,
;sefved; on, fighter and manager The tall, angular colored hurleris
-COach Sammy manager by the Giants two ; and "possibly ;- ay ''K eth, prominent EDen the leading! graduate from the
baugh, o%the New York Titans announced months ago wants to know: Detroit. ver ring official and a member of Congress program over the last
that the club had signed 'How can jou give up that fast. i Fugazy said he would withhold the U. S. Marshal's office, who. 25-year period. He will wear the

Jim Ellis, 'formerly oi*J Jfiehigarr? t -a ,I4 ., official announcement of the time bad served as. a judge of the traditional cap and sown fir the .
I State, to.( ..a contract,,for: \theaspo '64sf3Z 15naatsrt :! aid site until late ;August \whtn"we heavyweight:fight,<;; t presentation at"the opemn;-Df the dark spots--
I cajt announce it 4t lfce\01yntj Keecli lioolCibaBds with Liston, pitied powder
t season. 'fit V f. I t- 26th annual national non-pro tour
'- # '.J. i :>l lcs inuRonieI" He fees sucb'a ,accbrdidg'to ""eye witnesses and
At the ame time ttjttas Z = ; nament next,month. base a
; dDApun .;( .IT'Pr-; 'S539f ae'IO
; ,, ,moVe would'sfve thejxmt a & v ,jyfasSh; rdrto
I :' ; u < \ ; sap "I'm sorry I The latesUin'a long tat of hon-
I ed that lyank Merchant, of Florid .. ., tfobyl'flavor. *3Cfc' H & f
a F : I IJWttchTIiiS .., 'hive5 tPdef1 ( the '
OJ this te you. Keech ors to the, aifliss moundman. ,
released : ;; own the> xeferea bout scheduled after Congress degree revived speculations -
Member of She 5i type ,ie .:1h....J...I..1 r8U CLASSI rJ-BE. ,the main:event in*which Den- that Satch may yet be considered -
women's tWI k vens Eddie.Garcia scored fifth for inclusion in the Hall of
J teamrHis
I eehl iii 7 a j' '
Ii Negro *ri, arrived here late c" i1 ;JcjlHERE tlGilY r! round=TKO. :* STbe Fame, where the names of past MUnufadur of-Posntr's rgmoTht Jar with the Sl r"EVERY

last wee \'to.iecur,!rail e.or.the. S 2 .tttf ... 'Kefauver commjttee will re- greats of' the American national)

1960. garfts 1v>o P>T-Ain$t.Q lQOTW; tt" ;The annual Liniment Clas- rfsumiits! ; yestigationrof pro box pastime are enshrined _
aly in A gu>!t5fe, -t -- 7 2jJ; y aore Old- ing conditions in general when In his, heyday* Satch was terrific -PIIOTOGILtPUS FOR<<
l Includ in\!!f; t"ap rcfhrj i ,, timers in jpt jfbYi! t the Congress reconvenes. The action to say the I ist. He was with ,
alumni of the 19J ''D1yi PU1. Bar: James W e l' oh.1SOn taken had nothing to do with the out doubt'one of the greatest pitchers
lene Bron, Ahi! i t ut Branch. YMCA *ill be held I Denver light of his timf, rivaling such immortals DCCtION
and discus 5 ; Barbara Jonu,"Chi- .54 -, ,--AIIgw19.at-ttie-Dd7teAv ile It could be that the investigatonwill ; : is Duzle Dean and "Rap-
fDLIrii i ebWt offer a splendid sounding id" Bob'Fellerrthe strikeout king.
"
fa.rk.1"crt
= 1..1" \ '
cago, 100 anti 1 t Photography
]meters :]
I r felavs 'Wil1'ml Yf 'rhe iirn hU" becn called :,.:: board for Listo tte No. 1 con- who wasjPiige's teammate on the .
Hudplpi anjLocinda Wil. 8o tbDes./hfiA.-QP....... -. 4MLinlmcnt.5 lassi Sinc i1 lender,> and his"mafiager to presstheir ISi AmerJcanjLeague champions r : .} Portraits Wedding Bdq1Ieb
dams Tenotssee ;Estate : Sometimes he's down Photo
A and I I Passports & Identification
jrings together baseball stars i for heavyweight : Cleveland 'Indians.
a cnampjoosn -
universi .i iffirf :cJ"f> ksvjUe. He Add, aubtract M33T: ,case ,
: i'1fist ; nRA -t) Photostats & Commercial Work
Tenn. a LlstdaJ ending a' itt ak of -i
l ninestraighf
and and relays, 'and .Willie man/years. 3
Coming AIirIo Solonwji SmalThl\'e been Paige wa Ior the While Yon Walt
White, reenwoo bss., broad :- sA rQ1IA 31 1(. isvl.< knockouts, nfct apparently 4
fnV&uce ,
.. ---1 tryihi to two bide his time until Champion. top pitcher;'and najnattractign! in Coloring & Picture Framing
jump I 5a strong teams to give the fans I American.'LfiJgue/
the Negro :
Floyd Patterson artt ;Ingemar Johansson -; Let Us Take A Photo Of Yon
-an ; h
The t- is expected to number&bout 1 O>P Itrto-ue-reali : has written a book bVsed on his
meet hubber'bout
in.a gird and .
2yathleies: L" Y/ a tit I'p f Return career, entitled Pitcbftg Man.":

[ iii 0 --- .:i.i1T: C ya'l nta etary.Y graves YMCA has et.J I signed after both! }thiI'ttracta first fight were, Although entdS&lL ftMe f(majors aft In Natural Color tI t
I been distributing tickets > i I IJ won by Johansson and the secondin I er he was past this ; Paigehelped -A EHY 1AVERY'S I
R aari for the which Patterson tithed the the InfiJ Ms(|the pent
places
'Tho0 at gamJ ta-;
J f PHOTO STUDIO .
F\ 1 nent Ii the'48 seaso'ht pen T
classic is sables NewY(6rk/la
t R Thdf an annu !-t ( |! month.
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; L ,r haps his most brtihVitfpeTfnrnrance I
event. \ ; --- !-... in the bi Show\asie in August .\ 1674 Kings Rd. Next to EWC Library

1952, "when he shut put 'the Phone EL 4-7695 For Appointment
s. t r-1 Detroit Tigers'jn_ 12 'innings to
lead the St. Louis Browns to a 1t -
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a. victory. Hit opponent ,m, the game '- ... ...=-- .
r was Virgil "Fireball" Trucfcj. e

4 =J I1B7IJ I he After played leaving for: tbeMiam the major!','MarlTni league, .. I
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I of the_ InteroitfeniP tea'gg.e...' :
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I Expands Stnak To 589 '# V Y" .?ii-'i<'&i!''''' '' _'

it .:. d Games Despite Leg Injury

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CHICAGO-Dcapile the fact he I

1 3rziqY suffered a severely bruised left ., : .i. ON STAGE ATTRACTION
knee when he was struck by the --
Y Cincinnati Reds' Don Newcombe.; .;'
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L ES Ernie Banks, the Chicago CubSSslugging *. : Buddy .
shortstop,P back In the < '

ri ; ; lineup the''following day for, tbs ; ,
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'bad Bruins] "and thus expanded his eons'

tic l s i. >li seaUiVe' National Leaguerfl t # Johnson
gilt; S .1! dot& streak o. > 'r '

S 3 t ssl a t ,a9 aki was earrjed# off thn Zd' ,> :, ,
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llnnmg. He felt-WrUbing U ." "
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: dJi4g9DO. : Err rWid:waj hit ooJilf'leff

tIt arm byttfitoge! iTJon Drysdale Ella Johnl'
_** two weeks ago. almost' had his ,1
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have a taste fore : streak siajp dth But he :
you ;
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the only -Concerned about T.lT.( 1 i-
I ,J fjner thinjt. always ask for x rnarmacyir102 hthe string ahre. 3?: A

3ordpntpp} [ i 90 Dry Gim1 ti4ixIe t"C ;.. !.. DONTV.. lyiJSS,! THIS SIZZLING ',SHOW "
So Smooth and dry... 4 v /- ? ,!-. AS
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Chips Off The Blocks POLICE REPORTS; .. ouse POR SALE with largo FOR REBT Strand.Start. :Sunday Dttal

MAN IS HIT IN EYE wooded lot; 3077 ;ten Apt 4 rooms and -
By Jay Jay m BOBBESTT: ArrDIP.rZeIN Francis Rd. (one rece stionhal7.Aduitslock About money and jin '
women and how to
Adftma, Jr.,, 28, 1107 off Cleveonl'1':-EL 4-1844 "em.,.with
get a
Across the raters one of the cain ways to very
J&ckaoa Street '
hit -
\ clclll is and test the wu ouutfifftecer&tion lam and Edgewood] special touch!
prove sxTiming to try a under the eye last
\ English Channel. In Jacksonville, there are ICoDdaj in robbery attempt Terms. IIfaI bon :

slightly different methods used. One of the ,to the 400 block of Lee Street. ., IotUat eo.uy k'tLES

F newest is "svinmtng the Ribault ."/ police reported. 1US Se i "'tre. iM.IfAIIICOT3 .
Victim stated that he and
Ovir own Eric 0. Slnpson "Ye Olde Editor fete wife were walking south n t-44fl .'
Co-H.t!
Pk Big
In-Chief" Joined the clan one morning a on Lee Street and when they For TOUT next haircut bIt a+ -e

few days ago. He dived ih clothes and all. I I reached the 300 block of Lee tae-eewue Barber Shop 61. RO 601 DWWi MAYER t tt /
checked this story out thodroughly and in a Street several men came up FOR RENTUnfurnished H Wfttsw
personal interview he confided that he did him.hind He him further and started related striking W. Ashler.,Phone EL I<<-BZiL THE TIME MACHINE
that
it not for personal glorY, but to save the when he turned around to see C.C.McCordj,Prop.; Charles 3 room .Mt "KOf'JO>::0

boat of his friend, Elcee Lucas. Of course who it was. one of the mm summon, Mrr. Apartm nt. 5222 Roosevelt FIRST RUN i._, $ms
we believe him. Crabbed him and another hit Ave. C. PO 4-1463 -
him in his left eye. ) J
Under different circumstances He fell to the round and the '
slightly FIRST,RUN! .DIT7 STEVE REEVES
! a young lady dived o'ff"into the St. Johns. victim men ran was, Adams taken continued.to Duval The STARTS SUN Rl I. & AS HERCULES ..I.
She uas not trying to save & boat. BEFORE
Medical Center in a eab, Police NEVER ON THE SCREEN!
On the political front, "Ilizzoner" Mayor SEE THE WAR OF THE CHARIOTS! .. KI1li OhE.I EdlrliLt dt11 '
Haydon Lurns is sort of extending ,the olive descriptions /PLUS 2nd BIG HIT "GRISBI -

t. 'D.nch. Scene: : as- tho someone told bin that were teen-agers.. JOSEPH E.LEYIXE Sun,-

ho had no one to blame his recent defeat .on Patrolmen T. I* May and \ SKYVIEWCHKATKO fOm LOVE... Tues.

but hiacclf. .Ho' hear that several thin :'re J. Seldon Inmu. ted.. Y '" THIS CMAVBD BVIt BY CAILBOEASTMANCOLOR ALL.....

-l on the a cn;!a. Wa Mould like for him to field POLICE
sotto colored cope now and look into this r0- ABBEST BECZVE TEEN AGER CALL ; j. i4f +tr

venue situation hero before it c::plode&. Nice reported receiving a
We do have a ,'uvenile. problem in Jacksonville caD to go to the home of Claude 1.ir.7! .. ... ..- ....
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and unless: scnethins ,is done t-c: till have a Pftaon, 803 W. 8th Street last n
race riot or sans tai on our hands. All of Ctendsy to investigate a break I '", PLUS 1A11TA1I IIOGLAIID In .TKA1? A DYrl7in
&g and entering call ". !;440 Cash Tlonday: Ilitel17th
the wthof this, dread disease
:; are on The officers said they enteredthe RANDOLPH SCOTT "SHOOT OUT AT KEMCINE
hand and have been seen. This is not the yea' hOUSe and found William BEND

son for ."Ilizsoner" or the co-called leaders Brooks., of 1837 Calhoun St.
to play oqtrich. hiding in a bedroom -closet He
Pra Bell Harding of from Claranqa "Perkinsand was arrested and charged with --
Paul Cato former
breaking and
entering. One
the ibault staff has
Jaons noto in lliani. fifty cent piece and thirty pen-
as her house guet: the;, nies Were .
Cora Frasier not reported mLs 1ng He
former Hiss Barbara a" was held fop Investigation. z-
of lliani pulled a neu
veel: 050 but nov cha's zr.itch and cans here.ora's Patrolmen T.Mays and R. L.
lire. Barbara WatV.ins Jackson investigated
daughter is to .
Yep, she found a ni ce *
enter nursing schoolin WOMAN ACCIDENTALLY
big, tall nan and lost
Pall
Chicago this SHOT WHEN PISTOLDISCIIARGF8 t
no tine in nariryin;; at
and they both plaa to -
once. Darbara calls 1!. Mrs. Margaret Williams
mal:c Chicago hona. 40r
Y. home. She is a barmaid From Jacksonvilleshe of 926 W. Ashley Street was
: and singer "!.ncc accidentally wounded in the left
till tale in the
she has been here her thigh when a weapon discharged
national Golf Tourney last ANNIVERSARY SALE
hostess has had her on Sunday, police reported. I
jln Chicago ghis nonth Mrs. Williams reported she
the .
go Incidentally, (a
Freddie Bro''n has and' companion were drinkingand
the cheerleader I
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trams a started
returned Iron three playing with an
han the editor trade Seeks in Tea,. Ka aV' automatic pistol Police stated
{lie aquatic debut. they could not get clear detailsof PaysToDeaIWith.
so had good and bad Always
what happened because of
'nevs. Freddie ha been r't
the victims
Johnnie lisa ?voberti: condition
*Dined the vacationers given a prouotion but ,Sgta. E.,P. Corley and L A. DAVPHILCO
he must leave Floridaand Hamwey of I l the Homicide Department _
and tool off for .
parts
i ale
his home in investigated.;
of Tennessee. The uill ---., ..- -
Washington, D.C. He ---- i
pcnJl a feu "eal:& vith PATRONIZE
uill leave around the ,
dative and fry ends.
let of Setenbar. He

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