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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 13, 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:
UF00028362:00573

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Florida star and news

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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 13, 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:
UF00028362:00573

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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Charging discrimnation in is' Robert L. Hammond a sophomore

k ERIC at Florida A. and M. i' uveisity.
By O. SBIPSON employment practices a group
r Jacksonville Negro citizens were dealt another slap In the face of Jacksonville college and high and a member of the

last Tuesday night when the City Council voted to take $37,500 school students organized an instition's NAACP branch

previously earmarked for -a new building for the Wilder Park orderly protest against a Myrtle
Hammond is assisted I I-
; -.. <. ,., .d. Branch Llbrarjrand use it to convert a theatre into a building to Avenue, south Forest St. Setzer James Middlebrooks. now n h',

replace the Springfield Library Branch. t supermarket which tailed last
second. ftUn"W.It'
This action on the part of the .,.Friday week end. .. ;,....,.::;J'- erfPtttabtrrgh'and! ..Year. .'..0.a. ('amN .".
we are often forced,.;.to ,wank- ;:". rto th leaders, the
members_ ; &City Council In water According 1 .A A C P member and i'f""
knee-deep to arriveat
t ) Setzer market in serving the
once' demonstrates the
F 4 again Dorothy Lunceford. local' h-
homes denied
: costly ; we are resi-
utter of heavily populated Negro
-- disregard: many our school student.
} city and county jobs that our
dential area, employs but one
elected city officials have for ,
Members Jacks
taxes help to for. of the
pay colored worker who serves in
the needs and the rights of '
branch NAACP Youth
The transfer of the Cont
colored $37,500 the market's stock room. .
citizens.
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and other interested stud.
must be approved by the City Student leaders went on to
The Wilder Park
,
Library
Commission make up the placard )j't'1'n _
which meets
on
nestled in the midst of one of say that since according to

the most despicable areas in Tuesday morning, August 16, their estimates, the store's sup- groups.
In II.
an interview with
at 9 ajn. and it behooves
the city, since about 1929, has every port is over seventy-five per- FLORIDA STAR. J. }l. Hr ,
Negro citizen, every civic or- cent Negro, such positions as
long been inadequate for serv- son,, president of the 'JI"kE".tIle -
WUD ISIIRART ganizatioh, youth group or cashiers clerks, grocery boys .
ice to more than 100,000 colored
\ Branch NAACP stated that
: what have you to be presentto and others representatively -
residents of the and should
__ city county the movement had the full support
but nothing's been done register a definite protest be occupied by Negroes. of his *
:
: group.
against the shifting of the
: Originator of the movementLaymen
: about it for many years. Eventually ..
Wilder Park --- -
Library funds for
as though to pull the
the improvement of another .
fP wool over our eyes, $37,500 was
library which is not ,
as direly For
set aside for a new buildingto Pushing
needed as ours is.
replace the Wilder Branch.

Did our good city councilmenwho AME Membership CutThere

to a man promised they Jekyll Island ResortTo

L. would "represent ALL the peoiAe" t

equally and justly do anything Remain Open are indications that a major storm is brewing among

Jacksonville AME Laymen over the 20% membership cut. which.
r __ about putting up a new Earlier in the vcek reports
,, ... according to the Laymen was approved at the General Conference
L:; building to house the Wilder that the Jeklyy Island resort
.-- '.. -. < but is being side-stepped by the Bishops,
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Library! The answer is "no", for Negroes would be closed

heck noVhat were denied Thursday by Mrs. The membership question has j 1 Christian Recorder published at

director long been a bitter bone of Contention the Conference which stated as
\ about the eastside library I. E. Davis, public reatio.is -
TJNJTJST The Jacksonville City Council thiL Reek voted- to take for the fact that Jt .
ACT- that the citizens of that who stated that tno facility follows:

,$37,500 eanaarked for a new Wilder Park Branch Library to convert a area have been begging for all would remain open for amounts to "padding" the membership MA resolution>> in Connectional

theatre building to replace the Springfield Library Branch these years? The City Council service and would continue to : of a church with namesof Budget was read by Rev. J.11'alker .
deceased members or mem-
.has been answering these pleas, honor reservations. of the llth.Whereas .

task of for'a long time, with the paltry However, it was admitted that bers who had not been passedby because of InMattomeniberVhip
fiTLDER PARK BRANCH LIBRARY shown here, has the insurmountable the church's doors for a yearor
20 cut in memborihlp
excuse that there was not en- first of the week reports con- a %

trying to supply the needs of over 100,000 City and County citizens. ough money available to provide cerning foreclosure cf the resort more, nor paid any dues in grantedhere it wanrresHary .

such a facility. From timeto due to non-payment of as many moons. which many of flu
Juvenile authorities. But that is not all. The bitter
time a miserly sum was set I mortgage notes is still a posi- Episcopal District failed to
Male Suspects Freed While arguing for swifter desegregation pill that results from inflated
aside for a proposed eastside bility.
in the Knoxville. church membership is hat the get."BE .
library. By the time the fund Mrs. Davis further stated IT RESOLVED that thi

In Car Murder Of Girl Tenn. school systemNegro reached a sizeable sum en- that there are no contemplated Pastor must pay the amount part of the Law be carried mil
Williams told
Attorney Avon assessed per member for every
I ough to construct a library the changes in the resort's opera- In the Episcopal: District* whrn-
U. S. District Court Judge that claimed either out of his pocket it has not been don_ .
tion.
Council, took
Duval County's Sheriffs department is conducting. an intensive Knoxville was ideal for more advantage of the out of church funds or from
for "That 30 days after cloe of
and
fact that there Completed opened
search for a Jacksonville man named "Jimmy", now the rapid action citing such incidents was some dis- additional assessments on mem-
the of 1959, General Conference that thr
business in summer
prime suspect in the bruta* August. 4th auto pistol-slaying of as the desegregated public agreement among Negro lead- bers. Additional assessments,
resort boasts Bishop wherever assigned by
Moncrief R ad. ers as to a suitable site to hold the ultra modern
19-year old Cecelia Louise Jones of 6217 police and fire departments and invariably become a hardshipon .
action a 'lOO-rocm motel, one half this Conference Hill call hlDMrlct
up on building the
ball airport, long of the
park members congregatiOn
criminal the weapon following the shoot- library promised eastside library.To mile private beach, golf course, or Pre':Jing Elders and
The department's integrated lunch facilities. and often hinders planned
front ten- Pastor by Conference for the
spacious ocean patio
take
A. Ford and the allocated
W. money
investigators ing.Any Appealing before U. S. Judge expansion or repair programsto
haTe been person or persons having .. for the Wilder Library, in face nis courts, spacious cocktail Kpcrific purpose of adjusting
lames C. Bailey Sidney Mize at Biloxi. Miss. overtaxed churches.
information which may lead to of the fact that it is lounge baby sitting service anda the local church membership
assignment on the, the only
attorneys
given special Justice Department J. H. Hicks, president of the
three'sus apprehension of the. suspected Jibraryith protected children play area Despite the howl being made
a
case which has had bogan taking depositions in paltry 25,000 Laymen of ML Zion AME
slayer are requested to contact books serving the entire and day camp.Additional over the membership cut there
pects already grilled and re- their suit supporting integration Negro Church which is urging prompt
either officer Ford or Bailey population in facilities feature are some whp believe fusing
leased. of Mississippi's Gulf Coast a city where there membership reduction told the
immediately. is a scenic one half mile concrete over the Issue.at this time is un
Robert Jones, Jr., 19 of 2119 beaches. only one branch in the Negro FLORIDA STAR in en interview -
All information will be treat- out of board walk, the swank Dolphin warranted. One local pastor who
area is the
W. First St. was the numberone Picketing of San Antonio. seven height that it was found that '
ed confidentially the officer : Club, nightly dancing and swim- requested that his name be
suspect following the in- Tex. chain food stores were pf unjustness, and to say the members of the AME Churchare
said: least, is ming, boat rides and a well withheld told the FLORIDA
cident, but h 4 was released again announced by the NA- downright undemocratic asking what did the General
STAR that
rounded for vacationers committees .are
program
and
following thorough investigation .- & ACP.The organization said that basely discriminatory- Conference do about a 20;
How of all ages.iouston's working! out figures to affect -,
long
officers. STRIKES protests against discriminatbn are we going to membership cut.
by county SIT-IN the needed cuts, adding that
The Sheriffs office spokesman : in hiring would continue indefinitely accept such In"ult'lAd' comjSeta ..... Laymen President Hicks

that HERE AND THERE '' dNrogard for Mac right issued an announcement Bishop Sherman H. Green has "}
went on to lay con saying; laid that Florida will Ve given .
t from
flicting statements by the ,vic Student sit-'n demonstrationsin J men whom we have Schools "Every church with an* inflated a cut:

tim's auto ride companions .= various areas of the country Training Scheduled elected to offlc ? Jt is time t membership that has not What membership
For the
are factors in
aq
that mrls In .
we prstrst
Doris Dawson Jackson and continued to flare up in the against Oroercd Integrated already received the cut as '
issue
Mecqbfiipfihlp-Cut ?
Margaret Seay-resulted in their news during the past week. Anti SegregationistsMIAMI Injustices.ID ".f'e beer ptMtedartand HOUSTON TEX. Imme- passed in Miami in 1956 is allowed '1- t*UL'f ,

being questioned to the I. every rep.rt _.? to cut now up to and : .
as
part diate of Houston's TO
the BEthe
Sponsored by intcgratk-n >.
they played leading to and In Greenville S. c.. 14 Negro Our strrrts hair ben nit ,.ff including 20% (according to UNtp
Congress of Racial Equality without, public school system was o:(lered 1fFXTtt
following the slaying. teenagers eight boys and six any faniMrplin ?fthe their need). '
CORE). a training institutefor by Federal District Jud;elien
Inconvenience' it ,
ost were rounded up by pnf tws ; "Don't allow
One of the r important girls anti-segregation demonstrators o CenaJly thif week. Tb also anyone to tell 1GIStElJ.
obstacles facing Police at an S. H. Kress store 'In order to ac<'ol.'n1 investigatingofficers is slated for sessions tact ts the nation' largest tcf- HE'' HOW .
counter and were scheduled ; onr tTtfci art read and in
is nj- was the last
ownership of the lunch passed
from 14 !cho"> J.rea and
here Aug. through negated pvb'w; l
pistol which caused the fatality.It for trial in Recorder'sCourt I Ieeted to the pofpt that eexpensive r General Conference. So, YoaC, aVctf" "
Sept. :5, it was announced here rates jsrrasth among the C"untry''s
has been learned that thealleged Under 16-year old defendant -, cars: are rvlne >by The Jacksonville layman displayed -
ttrtlaol dmtrfcts.
this week. iMMBQf t
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Guarantee Civil Rights

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of Aaodtitd W gro rr-" ---....- + "It Is up to the Federal GoTenunent to take the lejdin
J1 Crk: O. au.-. v* die task of making secure and fully meaningful for
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C. PKtta; Johaa all American citizens the right to equal Justice under
Hilda WooUa C4rea- Difl.luor law and equal opportunity in oerj' field of life and
1 work."

AFL-CIO Convention Resolution 1959

orncs ft PLA.s
The of millions of American familiesis
plight our
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particularly serious because of the color of their
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skin or because of their religious faith. Progressin
P. 0 Be* Ml. JidtMnrO I, Thuds
..- ..---- --_ assuring equal rights has been painfully slow.
5UBSC1UPTIOM BATES ; Five years after the historic school decision of
Oa TMT. SUO: KtU Y.ax, BJOi Throe Maalhi. 11.10. rj4.
... the Supreme Court, only 400.000 Negro childrenof
MaWd T. Yw.-Aarvtot Ia Tb. UalUd Si .
i salpdea ?*aJe! la JUnac. toad duck or M0a r Otin Tot nearly 3,000,000 in 17 southern and border
flOWDA STAB-P. 0. BOX M1-JJLCMOM7ILLE L n.oaD.\ states are in districts where" some desegregationhas
( J 1 at least been started. Hope that the act of
1957 would result in substantial increases in

Negroes Are Missing The Boat .. 1. t Negro voting registrations has not been realized;
further action is needed. Race riots, hate bombingsand
other violence have disgraced Americanotonly

I "How 'I shave j! that the Negroes in Africa r in the South but the North as well.

broken the back of colonialism : The Congress must act decisively to extend
civil rights to all Americans.It .
without money or guns and the American i ,
must give the federal government the rightto
Negro is still standing around with .' institute actions on behalf of persons not enjoying

his hat in his hand trying to put a "splinter" ,' the rights guaranteed by the Constitution.This .
means enacting the famous Part III which
in political platforms?" .: was eliminated from the 1957 act.

It must be conceded that Negroes as a. -. It should provide for technical and financial
.
ere not using their full strengthin A .I assistance to schools seeking to abide by the court

group their struggle to attain first-class stat- :. ; i.k lfdl.F-;' .' : :::d:; ; .- : decision.It .
0"'S ; :R y.ef: ; .. should enact the recommendation of the CIM!
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us to which they are entitled as American ,",..'r.,...40.l-;-."-It-: !:"..,..'<.....l1.... .,.,.<.(.}_..,..vc-;:._..'" '.. .....j.1t,'", .\: IoI:'>" :.t i .i-. ". <--0'{ -.. Rights Commission for the designation of federal

citizens. registrars in districts where persons are improperly
i denied the right to register or vote.
There are many and varied reasons
Action on these'and other civil rights measures
for that situation. Americans of African .
may again be thwarted b> a coalition of Southern
descent live in a country where the vast Democrats and conservative Republicans. It is
necessary that the people speak out boldly on -
of citizens white and the
majority are READY TO COLLECT NOW\ SINCE BOTH PARTIES PROMISED behalf of meaningful civil rights legislation.
control of government, business and ed

ucational facilities are in their hands. _
Decent Homes For All
From the days. of slavery until the present :-

day, Negroes have found it easier to Your Weekly

kow-tow to their masters than to resist. "America has the skilled manpower, the materials and
Horoscope Guide equipment and the financial resources to assure every
Living in such an environment they found, family the opportunity to obtain-a decent home. All

in order to survive, that it was necessaryfor that is required to achieve this goal is a forward-
WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR looking imaginative housing program.
them to accept an inferior position.
BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL AFL-CIO Comtnlion Resolution 195
In the process many of .them became
Fifteen million American families-one out of
I brainwashed and actually believed that By PABLO The ASTROLOGERARIES every four-are still ill-housed In order to eliminate -

they were inferior. While unfortunate, it this evil during the next 15 years and to keepup
with our rapidly growing population it will be
is nevertheless true.It .
necessary to build 35 million new housing units
follows then that many Negroes LEO SAGITTARIUSBorn or about 2,250,000 a jear But today's rate is

who rise a little above the masses; who Born Mar. 21 Thru Apr. 20 Born July 24 thru Aug. 23 Nov. 23 ihru Dec. 21 about a million less than this.

have good jobs who have beautiful .:.. THIS MONTH'S planetary If you find yourself giving However. the presence of During each of the last few years. inadequate
; Mars in the sign which has housir ,
outlook shows a very definite way to these tendencies bills have been enacted-due largely to
homes; who drive big automobiles; who need foryou to let you on the brakes before you put to do with employment, service the opposition of the Administration to basic improvements -

.art able to sleep and eat in big down- pocketbook guide you in ma create trouble for yourself. and health affairs threatsto in the program.
Town hotels; who can send their children jar affairs, particularly thos The positive side of Uranuscan create situations which In I960, the AFL-CIO calls upon the Congressto
relating to pleasures, vaca be utilized to outa will call for a guarded attitude enact a comprehensive housing bill which will
to college, become, satisfied knowing full tion outlay, and purchase new and better carve of life on your part. Do every- do at least the following:
well that the masse of their people live for loved ones and youn if you tune in way and show thing possible to maintain
folks. This of the cordial relations with Provide at least 200.000 low-cost public hous-
period yea yourself to be coworkers
in black despair and they themselves can a progressive, ing units annually.
desire for freedom Maintain
steps up your : your control -
friendly individual.
\ not enjoy all their rights as American and' creates renewed in square of Mars to your ,Sun-The over pets and the activities a Make available low-interest. lonl-t- rm loans
citizens. terprises that 'provide you I Sign during most of August I of dependents. Stay clearof for middle-income housing.

They are so afraid that they will lose with opportunities to expres arouses temper and makes recreational risks when engaged in Tackle the problem of special housing for the
jour personality and giv. pursuits, sports,
you impatient and stubbornin elderly not just a token gesture.
_
their physical l security that refuse etc.
t they vent to your talents. your drive for goal.
any
to protest against discrimination unfair 3-30-22-28-21-321. 220111713223.VIRGO 9-60-77-58-75-965. .Assure every family an equal opportunity to
obtain decent
housing without regard to race
t' treatment. These think that if they CAPRICORNBorn color or creed. I

keep quiet and their "hats in their TAURUS D. 22 thru Jan. 20
.b carry c. Provide at least SI I billion a year for ten
hands"' their bosses will accept them as Born April 21 thru May 21 Born Aug. 24 thru 23 There will be some definite years for expanded slum clearance and urban
During August there is bept. this month
a periods during redevelopment
safe Negroes who will do nothing to rock .concentration of planets in. During August, you will be when you will feel yourselfout programs.

the boat. In other words, they keep their houses of your solar 'chart strongly inclined] to keep out of touch with people and Encourage co-operative and moderate-priced
that relate to associations of the limelight in order to events. This is only a passing rental housing. especially for migrant farm

jobs by helping the dominant group to with. neighbors, kin, home rest matters.orto take care of private phase, so don't let it trouble workers.
folks, and loved ones. You Dont be surprised if you. Plan, instead, to use this
keep their heels on the necks of their find
you yourself dealing
be in
may for some surprises :interval of the year for a Youcan'tvoteifyou're
own people. where they are concerned before with hospitals or institutionsin general reorganization o f f

leaders the, month is over, particularly some manner. Out-of-the- your assets and personal enterprises. -
Further
too
many Negro refuse -
way places and restful
retreats -
around the 4th, 10th, I A new look at ;your notregistered
to become truly active in politics.For .- and 26th. Be prepared to will be very attractive resources could help you uncover -
some mysterious reason many of our make swift readjustments in to you during this portion of a wealth of talent or
the year. It is a good time *o
x order to cope with conditions things of value that :you have
\ ministers who influence thousands of ]look
over personal affairs to
as find-them. le .
you $ laydormant. Keep pace
people, regard politics as something beneath 450884686456.GEMINI see where you can do something with your mare and associates -
their dignity. Some others do en positive to free yourself in money affairs so that a
from
accumulated
terp olitics but they often use their position lems or limiting conditions.! prob- you efforts.can profit from mutual

to satisfy their own greed for per- Born May 22 thru _Jun 21 1-30- -28-59-165. 6-40-44-38-42-643.

sonal power rather than to advance the August is a period of the

of their people. year when you are more than LIBRA AQUARIUSBorn
cause normally stimulated along Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 Jan. 21 thru Feb. 19 L :
Politic fell into low esteem becausemen mental lines. Yo'hr natural Interests of friends and You may not feel in com-

of honor and integrity 'refused to craving for a change of scene business finances will claim plete harmony with all that Y mL
.
and for contacts with others the limelight to an under- goes on around you now, _
participate, and left government in the will be satisfied now. par standing degree during the but there is much need for

hands of weaklings and crooks. It is ticularly under the influenceof month of August. You may you to try to bring about ad-

heartwarming to find in recent years the aspects that are in i now find yourself caught up justments, a strengthening of
v force on the 2nd, 4th, 12th, in a round of activities which I alliances and understandings,
men of great wealth learning and integrity 14th, and 20th.' I may put you under strain. that can bear fruit at a later

', on the other side of the color 8-70-S6-6&- 4-87S. I I If this is the case, do everything date. The influence of friends,
possible to slow downin your mate. and associates will
line entering the political arena. It is
order to avoid danger, accidents be Very marked, and they are
now hoped that great numbers of Negroes CANCER and health hazards. likely to set the pace moreor

with ability,. personal: integrity and Born June 22 thru .July 23 160555354165.SCORPIO less particularly duringthe

deep concern for the advancement of August will find you in 'avery the first month.twenty-three daysof

easy-going social or romantic -- -- -- -- ---
their people, will become active in pol- mood. However, the 7-80-55-78--53-783.

I.transit of Venus throug Born Oct. 24lh thru Nor. 22 -
itics.A should your Sign, but square to Jupiter This month finds many PISCES
campaign begin now to get : that Born Feb. 20 thru 20
r suggests you carefully planets above the horizon of May
every man and woman registered so that evaluate your course of our solar.horoscope. There ,is This forecast period can
they can vote in November. But it is action in order to avoid lack I Ia strong accent upon business find you very busy with

that be instructed of moderation, any chance of career, and develop-] work and service matters, tr or
equally as important they undermining .your own happiness ments in your life which are affairs or problems of others.
I< to cast their_ ballots to assure or security. Don't be directly related to superiors Don't be troubled if you find KENKNICHT
freedom and the complete elimination of caught off guard by suddenor and their interests. You will yourself somewhat out of
unexpected developmentswhere be touch with major .
happenings.It
- making"some readjust
racial and discrimination. Invite You To Listen ToicNIdHlTRMN"
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segregation your pocktbook is con ments, changes in your approach is important that you stand I .
. Our failure recognize that token cerned on the 2nd, 4tk, 7th, to ambitions, with the prepared to make needed adjustments _
14th and 15th. Also, exercise probabilitythat/ circumstances : in your routine
benefits to a few Negroes do not mean
care in making moves, : will in some degree and methods in order to protect t.
freedom, and.our neglect to use our. ballots changes of a financial nature, challenge your capacity for health and increase effi Starting A| 7:00 P. M. Nightly ... x ,

fully and wisely are largely responsible on the 21st. originality. dency.
1-9-t- ..99-07--87-197. 4-60-22 88 21-482., S -2Q-S3--18--31-521.
for the plight of American Negroes. 14OO-WRllC..4j '

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Jerusalem 3 .y jjij. Choir SetsObservance 67th Anniversary Set

.. At Mt. Zion Baptist

Men Slate I, The Sixty-seventh Anniversaryof
the Mt. Zion Baptist Church

and the Sixth of the Pastor Rev
On
Annual Fete Monday
their'annual
r f ;N. B. Williams will begin

celebration Wenesday evening -

The men of Jerusalem Baptist Choir 1 of Erersoa Street Baptist August 17, 1960 at 8:30 p.m
Church, the Rev. Orion Johnson
Church 1t'1Ilaponsor their, annual de ;with a local Program as follows:
1 : pastor win observe Ua 14th
banquet Saturday at 8 p.m. In t v's r anniversary Monday at I pjn. in Opening Song by the Choir
the educational building in interestof
the church auditorium 1409 Cleveland .Prayer by visiting Minister, and
w the Men's Day celebration. The
Rer. R. W. J&eUonputDr.- wffl St.The Scripture Lesson, Special number
be the speaker for the occasion. program: Processional. aU by the Choir. Reading Miss Brenda -
choirs; selection, congregation; Invocation -
and music win be rendered by Thomas Reading Miss Irish
the Heavenly Travelers. the Rev. A. McDuffle:
scripture the Rev.Orion Johnson: Bryant. Reading Miss Patricia
Annual Men's Day win be observed :
selection St. Paul AME Male Saunders. Reading Miss Juanita
Sunday. The Rev P. W.
Chorus: Introduction of mistressof Alexander. Du tt. Miss Ella Picrc
: Jones, pastor of Fountain Chapel :
/We4dia AME Church will deliver the # ceremonies Mrs. Bessie SpIT; and Sister Address by Mrs. Rosa L.
mistress of ceremonies Mrs. Tal-
sermon for the If ajn.. service Young. Reading Master Jerry
and the Southside Male Chorus lie Mae Simpson.Words
win. furnish the music. of welcome Miss Geral Price. Rending Miss Rosa Lcvrm

At 3 pan., the Rev. C. B. dine Burgess; response Mrs. S'ymol"lSong by the Choir. Reading .
DaOey. pastor of First Baptist Georgia Mae Mongen; selection Mrs. Mamie Robinson. Heading
Church will be the speaker, and St. Paul Male Chorus: history. ing. Mr. James F:. Williams. KeadGwcndolyn .
the Tabernacle Male Chorus win Mrs. G. M. Allen; introduction of
serve. speaker, the Rev. Mr. Johnson: Seymorc. Selection by
tip 01 the Pepsi The Rer. G, W. Phillip, pastorof speaker, the Rev. J. R Campbell, The Choir. History Mt. Zion Bap
to thee outstanding First Samuel Baptist Church, pastor of Union Community AME list Church. Mrs. Annie Fairley

young Americans, w will deliver the sermon for the Church. Duett by Mrs. Corine O'Neal and

*' make our country and side evening Male service Chorus and win serve.the South-The ANNIVERSARY TEA The KnIghts of Friends Social and Saving Club held their Anniversary Tea words Hymn.of thanks.congregation Mrs. :L.offering Z. Pow; Daughter. Members and friends

our community a better service will begin at 7 o'clock. recently at the Recreation Center 3rd and ML Herman Streets." Members of the dub are (standing) ers: remarks the Rev. Mr. John arc welcome.
place in which to Uve. Deacon Hiram Waters is chair Mrs. Reddlek. Mrs. Bessie Parish. J. Collins Mrs. Catherine Wilcox Mrs. F. McClear. Mrs.' L. Sermons son: guest group the Nightingale Thursday night August 13. at

man. Mrs. I. Fountain Mrs. C. Byrd. (seated) Mrs. A. Marshall, Mrs.' Kennedy Mrs. M. Perry, Mrs. Saving Club.ServinJt 8:30 p.m. preaching services will
* < and congregation will render servIce L. Dixon, Mrs. Q. Roberts Mrs. M. McMillan. group will be the Male begin. Sermon will be delivered
at) Waymon Chapel AME Chorus of St. Paul AME Church.
.Church. Choir 2 and Usher Board yule Florida.
1 will serve. Friday evening at 8iO P.M
Wednesday night prayer servIce Dr R.V.Moor. Six Ministers Given by Rev. Leroy Clayton Jackson-

will beheld with the deacons L. WalkerIs Rev. G. G.' McAithur. PasUr
in charge. Choir .1 win meet fora
special'rehearsal at the church. To Speak At Tuition Scholarships Augustine. Fla. Choir. Ushers and
Bible study will be held Thursday Hostess Tabinacle Baptist Church St
night, and Choir 2 will meet for Congregation have charge of
.. rehearsal. Friday night the LaymenMe.fIS. ST. AUGUSTINE.6ix. young ministers, who are services
'J" _, pastorand members win render students at Florida Normal and Industrial Memorial College,were For MeetThe
... : -- service ia St. Mark Baptist awarded Tuition Scholarships by toe Florida Baptist Convention
.,'JIII'F.' .. Church in interest of the church through the Woman's Missionary Union Scholarship :Fund.
....- .-...-. 69th anniversary. The bus will This special announcement was Rev. Thorpe to PreachIn
and students faced with the Satellite Social Club held
ers
leave the church at 7:30: o'clock. f made by Dr.R.W. Puryear. president -
HEPTT 3BAH HA2H1Dorcl responsibility and problems of living its meeting at the home of Mr. St. AMEThe
Choir 2 and Usher Board 1 will of Florida Normal who Stephen
and teaching the student classified and Mrs. Leonard V. Walker on
Vocational serve for the occa.sion.Church stated that the recipients of these
,scholarships were' the Reverends as a slow learner. west 12th street with the chaplain.Mrs. Rev. D. B. Thorpe, pastorof
Eddie Burroughs, Isadore Ed Ellen Williams conducting New Hope AME Church will
Tribirt. ia paidBetty ;to x 4 t wards. Rufus J. diffin. Dewey Club OrganizedA devotion. The president. Mrs. Ann conduct an after service programin
Tarver. the busi-
Duncan Booker T. Leonard and presided over St. Stephen AME\ Church Au!:.
of the elerentlij} SetsObservance Robert Lovett."We group met recently for the ness session. 14 in the interest of the building
grade She serraa u of the Florida Normal and purpose of organizing a club Following the meeting the social fund drive. He will be accompanied
secretary of the Industrial Memorial College are which: was named the :True Democratic affair of the club wax heldon by his choirs and congre
HB2UaWb'ihafl
very grateful to the Florida'ap- Club. the lawn. Refreshments were gation.
rocolrodClttzendhis the. tist Convention and its various The officers elected were JackD. served buffet'.style..
award auxiliaries for the continued sup Bass, president; Shirley E.
and
4 port given to the college." Dr. McCoy secretary; Bennie F.
:ia aa, not!ft masher For SundayMt. Puryear said during a special con- Sloan, treasurer. PIIOTOGR.ltIIS I
of Zion Hops Baptist ference with key college officials. Notification will be made as to
The 1960 Summer Session ended the place and time of the next
..)$..............V Olive Primitive Baptist today at Florida Normal, as the meeting and interested persons EVERY orr.tso:%
Church will celebrate Its annual H T. HX&X many teachers and students from may contact the president at ....
. Men's Day Sunday.: an sections of the state completed 1332 Kings Rd.. for information.Observance : Expert Photography
The speaker for the morning their final examinations.Dr. '
hour of : Portrait Waddings Banquet
worship will be the Rev.
f S. E. Feld r. associate of the St. Sankey C. Chao dean of s Passports & Identification Photo
Paul AME Church. The Laymen of Ebenezer the college and director of r.; Photostats & Commercial Work
ft The Rev. James Davis of Methodist Church of 431 the Summer Session reports a SetThe Photos For Newspaper Cut
Friendly Baptist Church will be successful term and that be was
the speaker for the night service. W. .Ashley Street will extremely pleased with the total WhIt. You Walt
t Serving as chairman of the day be host to the Laymen'sRetreat outcome of this 1960 session which Gordon Sunday School of Henry Coloring & Picture FramingLet
AME Church will celebrate -
is David A. Hall.Usher was highlighted by the completionof. Us Tak. A Photo Of You
Jackson-
of the the tenth consecutive year of its 41st anniversary Sunday
at 3 p.m. A program will be
ville District workshops "Teaching the
Sunday, the on
k .y- presented for the occasion. Mrs.
Slow Learner" under the direct In Natural ColorAVERY'S -
August 14.Harry' supervision of Mrs. Lillian T. Ruby Green is superintendent of J. AV f Y
.
BoardTo L. Burney, the Lyon. the Sunday School and the 'Rev.
Thomu Desue is pastor of the
rDmffa cxr Jacksonville District Mrs. Lyon of New .York City, church. PHOTO STUDIO
Duval Vocational began an extensive survey in order '
Observe Lay Leader of the Fla. to determine the effectiveness The Choir 3 and Usher 1674 K'ft9a..Rd. Next to Ewe Library.-
Conference of the Methodist of the workshop In helpingto Board 2 alone: with the congregation Phon. EL 47695 For
APPointm.nsn17th
"
Jlinnie IB member Church will preside meet the needs of parents teach will conduct services

of the tenth grade ,Anniversary .

Arts Appreciation, Dr. Richard V. Moore, r I
Usher. Board 1 of Sweetfield ANNIVERSARY SALE
and Mt. Zion Baptist
President
Baptist Church will observe its of. BethxmeCookman I
Church. His hobby is 45th anniversary Monday night. College and Lay I ILea'der

tennis. The annual message will be de of the Florida
livered by Mrs. Rosa Stephens of
'+ Wear Union Baptist Church. Conference of the Methodist
tyt7t7t7kyr7t'* The Rev. J. w. Young,of Mid
Church will deliver
way AME Church wifl conduct
services tonight after prayer the message at 11:00
Always
young meeting people.Colossians in .the interest of the O'clock during the regular I


Baptist Church worship service. PaysDAVIS


Cites Third AnniversaryThird .
Deaths/ AndFunerals
anniversary services of
iy Colossians Baptist Church and
its pastor the Rev Samuel J. To Deal With.

Price will be held at Second ,

Bethel Baptist Church Fifth
and Blue KIRKLAND Lee of 200 S. 10th
Streets. Sunday Aug.
Street Jacksonville Beach. :
14. Services are scheduled to I
start at 7:30 p.m. WOODS Tony of Mandarin Fla.

s Program follows: BRYANT Edgar E. of 915 W.

Sunday Aug. 14 Monroe StreetMCCLEARY
ELIZABETH "dILtI& Rev. A. Donald and congre. Thomas A. of 20

Duval Vocational ,* gation S. 13th Street, Fernandina Beach Duchess AUTOMATIC

15 SMITH Mrs. Irene of 2206 Pull-
Monday Aug. RANGE
Pepsi Cola Dealersare Rev. C. Campbell and congregation man St.SANDERS
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Robert of 138 Cen-
of
proud to salute Community .
tral AvenueCLARI
Elizabeth of the 11 Tuesday.A.M.E.,Aug.Church 16 _. Raymond of 2507 Seashore S r-. 4 giant size burners light instantly)

grade class. Club Rev. 'S. 'Scott and congre- Drive. Southside automatically-soft, quick, clean cook

membership includesArt gation of Moncricf Baptist HILLS Hugh Allen of .1850 ing.

Club of which. Church Decottes Street
Full size enamel
porcelain oven,
WALTON Charlie
Wednesday Aug. 17 of 543 Minnie
she is presidentaha' -
Street Robertshaw controlled smooth action
Rev. Lavant ,
of St. MUl'kBaptist
is also an honor* JOHNSON T"_ .tVjrtam. :i ** %*' broiler drawer with 2 broiler
Church and the -- Miss Dorothy S. of .** /_J piece pan
student. 624 Cypress Street Green Cove :
Rev. John H. Perry ? P. '.la... ... ... Large with
.. storage compartment
* * ThiuTKday, Aug. 18 Springs. : k '
Rev. H. Howard of St. LANE -- Arthur of Afro SubdiviSion > att'r shelf-compare this all porcelain:
*
Joseph Baptist Church St. Augustine 9 .., ; .< range at our low installed price.
* Llsttn to Pepsi NASH Mrs. Julia of 2026 W
Friday, Aug. 19 -
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down delivers
,' Only $10.00
13th.'StreetDUNCAN ; a #
* Wu&J-Quelt FrlcleyHjfrr I i i Revs. O. D. Davis of Community -
easy terms balance
Baptist Church J. Ben jam n C. of 713 orr

* 10:30 to 11taELM46M 'I L: Sanders Mt. Morion Court E, Blcdgett Homes A .f 4 Full size range, completely installed,

* f"1'hon. R.+uuts Baptist Williams.Church and J. C: TAYLOR Freeman-Road Geni LaVon of 3708 4. ,4, ready to cook.

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:7 Ai Mr. and Mrs. George Mack 3'1

+1 r FI Stuart St -GUI .
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Mr and Mrs. Jimmie .vt

i ;1s p xai 1658 W 24th St. Girl
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e Mr. and Mrs. Troy Lee Can '0''.

A r. ta.I 743 Ct. B Boy .
1s r Mr. and Mrs Clarence Matb! .
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; Yt 1409 W 28th St. Girl

Vi Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Byes. 1725)

rr Pow batten St. Girl
n.1t Mi and Mrs. Phillip Giu-n. 225

r- Elm Street Boy -

... -. ,- "tJjb; Mr. and Mrs. Pembei ton Eutkr -
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so w'l. .... -: .. Mr and .Mrs James Blown. 1707
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7k Ai !i 1 4 T SEASONAL TEA Seen here are members of the Brews tor's Mothers Club an they celebrate their 1641 :Mourner Village Boy

.,....-.. rlf' sixth annlnnary1th a Seasonal! Tea recently at Brewster Hospital The tables were beautifully Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Baileys
.=-- ,f'-'j., : .ri' ; ': fa decorated with flowers In keeping with the seasons. Groups and their tables' are': SPRING (top left) 1105 \V Adams Street Boy
:_ .'-.J:= ,:f.t. .' Mrs. Estelle Burden Mrs. Lesense, Mrs. Cla Hill Mrs. Bernice Higgins Mrs Orzola Burgess. SUMMERtop Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lunsfoid.

( right) Miss Evelyn Coffer, Mrs. Nadine Brown Mrs. Clara Carter, Mrs. Evelyn Mannings: Mrs. 1136 W 6th Street Girl

Doris Anderson, Mrs. Elizabeth Lawton, Mrs. Anna Wells, Mrs. C. Baker Mrs. GlaJjs Hunt. .Mr. Mr and 11A s. Patrick :Mills. 2112

Georgia Dixon. WINTER (bottom left) W. R. avis. Mrs. Joanna Jaekson. Mrs. Frances' Sjkes, Mn.. Brooklyn Road Girl
J. .E. Davis, 111'8.'el'U R. Freeman, Mrs Virginia Robinson Mrs. Mae Ola Robinson. Mi and Mrs. Jesse Wright. 642

So. Lincoln Ct Boy
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Mi and Mis Isiah Thomas. 3214
Bible Tent Tennis Club
Day. Spring Haines Street -- Boy
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Mr. and Mis Roosevelt Robinson

Women PlanObservance To ContinueIts Slates Meet 623. and W Mrs 18th Street Nathaniel BoyMr. Jones

5602 Minosa Circle Gill

.y ServicesSince For Sunday I Mr. and Mis Ernest Hall. 2421

Lantana Avenue Boy

its opening almost four The Eureka LavflJa Tennis Club Mr. and Mis Benjamin Fiazier.
Annual women's day will be ob- weeks ago the Bible Tabernacle, will meet Sunday at 5 p.m. on 1673 McMillian St. Gill
4 served Aug 28 throughout the located at 13th and Fairfax, has the Lavilla Park Tennis Courts I i Mr and Mrs. HermanVapncr,
day in Day Spring Baptist Church attracted hundreds of interested Everson and Beaver streets- Persons Street Girl
1714 Exeson
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with Mrs. Ethel Lee Jones chair- visitors it was announced yester- Interested in learning the
man and Mrs. Frances Edwardsco day by Elder H. M. Barker, who game of tennis and becoming; Mr. and Mrs. Fiank Timmons.
chairman presiding. is giving the sermons. members of the club have been 3825 Clifford Lane B-vy

Memorial Day services will be More than three thousand persons asked to attend. I Mr. and Mrs. Lonme Sheppard.
Sells. observed Sunday throughout the have been in attendance In the event of inclement weather 1036 Moncnef and 12th Gill
Wedding day. The members will contribute asking questions on various Bib'e! the meeting will be held in I Mr. and Mis Eddie Smith. 129
flowers in honor of their dead. themes and listening to the sermons the Recreational Center. Mt. Her-
Applications for Marriage Favorite musical numbers will be of Evangelist Barker. man and Third streets. For further !Magnolia Rd.-- Gul
rendered by Choir 4. Special messages The explanation of prophecies of information contact Jimmie G. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Black
Licenses will be on the lives of great the Bible are features of the Walker or Henry R. Daniels. shear. 1448 W First St. Girt
churcb-.workers that are deceased ; series of lectures. .

.MRS. MATTIE RIVERS of 1314 Mt. Herman St., had as The Rose Group for the Special music, Bible quiz and .
her guest recently her son-in-law. WILLIAM STEPHENS of Jerome Lockhart, 824 W. DuvalSt. Women's day" celebration. Mrs. the awarding of gifts to quiz
New York City. Many social courtesies were extended him ., 22 and Joyce Gaffney, 760 W. Minnie Colson. captain will spon- winners highlight the services.
during his stay here. Among them was a sea food dinner Duval St., 20. sor a-t.e. -m-the educational build-
by Mr. and Mrs. James Porter Sr., brother-in-law and sister. Johnnie B. Rodgers, Jr., 835 ing Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m. The
'to-hw of Mr. Stephens. Enjoying the affair were Mrs. Mattie Everson St, 25 and Annie M. Killings baby contest'will terminate at the
Rivers. Miss Irene Rivers. Mr. and Mrs. James White. Mrs. 1538 Ella St. 22.: close of the program. The mes- AnniversaryIs
Victoria Porter Misses Margaret,Bernice and Patricia Porter, John W. Brown: 639 W. 10th sage will be delivered by Ernest
James Porter. Mrs. Bernice Porter Pugh James White Jr., St., 40 and Annie Z. Brown, 1420 Jackson, attorney.The w
Orbs Rivers and Max Cote Porter. Morgan St., 27. Rev. S. L. Badger pastor Held ins

Alton W. Yates, 735 EversonSt. of-Emanuel Baptist Churchill
conduct an after service program
SGT. NATHANIEL A. MARTIN was In the city recently ., 23 and Gwendolyn Garner, Sunday night sponsored by Mrs. Holy ChurchGREEN
visiting with his wife MRS. JUANITA MARTIN and children 1965 W. 9th St., 19. Ethel L. Jones in the interest of
SHARON JR., WAYNE M., AND GREGORY L. While here Charlie L. Taylor, 1346. W. 45th the .women's day celebration.
Sgt. Martin feted with dinner MRS. 48 and Frankie V. Johnson, r -
was a party by ADELINE St., The Rev. Frank Jones oi New COVE SPRINGS. Aujr.
BROWN his aunt and MRS. BLANCHE SMITH. He returnedto 1268 W. 13th St.. 42. Bethel AME Church will coe"t duct 9-Elder C. W. Howard is observ-

Ft. Bragg N.C.. and reports having had an enjoyable stay Walter G. Harris, 1790 Star St., an after service program Aug .21. 'ng his third anniversary as pas-
23; and Eartha L. Davis, 2163 Cottage in the interest of the women s or of the Church of God in
Circle N., 18. day drive. Christ this week. The service
THE WESTMINSTER CHOIR OF LAURA STREET PRESBY- Allen W. George Unadilla N. Aug. 15 the Rev B L. Wynn oegins each night at 8 o'clock.

TERIAN CHURCH will present its seventh annual MUSICALE Y., Gen. Del., 21 and Jennie L. pastor of Abyssinia Baptist conduct Church heavenly Saturday Ro.'ies'of at 8:30 .Brunswick p.m.. the Pr.p.r. Now For A C. 4 ,.,r...
I and congregation will
August 14. at 8 pjn. in the church auditorium. Laura and State 17.Samuel Career In
Brown Ga.. will be presented the Barbering
Mrs. Ella on
services sponsored by
Sta. The program will feature the choir in anthems Classics
semi-classics, hymns and Negro spirituals. Included In the selections Mitchell, Jr., 932 W. Davis and Mrs. C. Sloan.A youth program. Another programwill Enroll Now In The Smith's Finest
18th St., 26 and Jessie M. McKenzie be held Sunday at I p.m. College G.I Approved
will tx Psalm XXVII with Leroy Dickerson as soloist and special service will be held
"Now Let Every Tongue Adore Thee" from the cantata "Sleep 6360 Toni Ave., 24. each weekday night leading up to At 7:30 p.m. the Rev. R. L. FLORIDA BARBER COLLEGEBranch
ers Wake." Music lovers and friends are invited. Rutledge Pear- James Henderson, 5264 Cleve- the 4th Sunday celebration. The Lambert of Brunswick. Ga. will
land Rd. 23 and Eunatee ministers and their be the speaker. The SingingAngels Davit At Beaver Phone *l 5-9874
son Sr., serves as director and Rudyne Davis is organist Tyney, following congregation 630 1
will conduct' services. and Lilly Specials will
1977 W. 5th St., 20.
Carl E. Westbrook 912 W. Tuesday night, the Rev. C J. appear on the program.Tennis .
MRS. LULA FLOYD of 912 W. ITtlTSt., Lane, has returnedto Crosby of Shaws Memorial Bap- '1!
the city after spending three weeks visiting in Baltimore, Beaver St., 19 and Inoa Denmark, tist Church. Wednesday night, the ._........ .V ir
Md.. Atlantic City, NJ., and Columbia. S.C. She is a memberof 5547 Ave. B, 18. Rev. J. S. Johnson of St. Stephen wa.M-
Day Spring Baptist Church member of the Moncrief Needle- Leonard Douglas, 615 FranklinSt. AME Church. Class r;

work Club the Rlchville Community Club and other civic ., 20 and Bettie Newton. 2510D. Thursday night, the Rev. G. T r lF .
Mrs. reports had enjoyable va St. Darien Ga. 17. r
organizations. Floyd having an McCall of Mt. Vernon Baptist tH 4
cation. Sammie L. Burkes, 1030 4th St., Church. Friday night the Rev. To Begin on
W. Jax., 34 and Ernestine Brown, R. A. King of Payne Chapel

MR. AND MRS. ROBERT WASHINGTON and son DAVID 4010 Stuart St., 22, AME Church. Lavilla CourtThe COSTS YOU'i

returned to New York City by auto after spending two Jimmie L. Hardy, 701 A, An evening of music will be
weeks vacation with Mr. Washington's mother. MRS. RUBY presented at the church Aug. 16 LESS
Venus-Mars Court 33 and Mil-
WASHINGTON cf 344 W. 16th St. Many enjoyable'affairs were at 8 pm. immediately after
given in their honor by family and friends. Mr. Washing- dred O. Benton, 3422 E. Haines prayer meeting sponsored by Mrs. class ana meeting will

ton's grandmother Mrs. Carrie Stephens returned with themto St., 26. Geraldine Jones. begin at 5 p.m.. on the courts, "THEY ARE 6000'
New York to spend two weeks and will motor back located. at west Beaver and Ever-
with her grandaughter. Mrs. Lottie Donaldson who is attending son streets If inclement weather
summer school at New York University. Mrs. Donaldson prevents this class the meetingwill

Is an instructor at Howard High School Ocala. Outings PlannedSarah J. R. Greene Center.be at the Wilder Community ,

Court 1, Heroines of Jericho Arrangements- for classes to 2 POWDERS Sc 12 POWDERS 25c C 24 POWDERS 40c '
MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH J. GREENE of 2534 Spirca St.. will sponsor a hay ride Fri teach the. fundamental* and im-
are the proud parents of a baby girl born. Aug. I, at Duval day. The truck will leave the Is Appointed portant features of the fame,
Medical Center. Baby's weight was 7 lbs., and 11 ozs.. and Masonic Temple. 410 Broad St. at may be made with the youth instructors -
has been named JO TIA. The mother is the former MRS. 8:30 p.m. Invitations have been at the Center with Miss
HATTIE DK prominent civic and community leader. extended to the public. CollegeHead Gail Walden summer director in Those

charge.2iIde'S.
VISITING MRS. ROBERTA BILLINGS of 1461 Windle St.. Juvenile Society 11 will sponsoran
last week from New York City were MR. AND MRS. ULYSSES outing to Little Talbot Island COCOA __ .. -= James R. .
HASTINGS and son ULYSSES JR. It was the first visit to Florida Saturday. The bus leaves Third Greene principal of V Titusvffle'*
for Mr. Hastings and son. Mrs Hastings will be remembered and Davis streets at 9:30: s.m. Gibson High School has been appointed
as Miss Lottie Billings and a teacher in the Public School Systemof as president of the new I iv e in _
11 will
Pallbearers Society sponsor -
New,York City. Negro Junior College in Brevardand _
They were entertained with a Crab Boil by MRS. ERMA L. a trip to Jekyll Island Aug. supervising principal of Mon-
bus will leave Mt. Lilla SHOES
BRYANT on the lawn of her mother MRS. L. S. LONDON. Enjoying 27. The roe High School. i
this affair with the honorees were Mrs. Billings MISS Baptist Church. Second and Jefferson For the past three years
streets at 7
LILLIAN SMOOT school teacher at Florence. S. C.. who was the ajn. Greene has been principal of
house guest of Mrs. London: Ulysses Jr., Janet and Sadie Bryant. The East Grand Park Garden Gibson School where be has done
MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR MITCHELL feted the visitors In their Circle will sponsor its annual an outstanding job.
home on Sunday afternoon. They report having' had a wonderful summer outing Saturday at 5 pjn. "Green brings with him a fc raA
trip here. at the home of Mrs. Bessie Bess wealth of educational backgroundand

MRS. IRMA SWEET AND HER TWO DAUGHTERS. ALMA 2034 W. 12th St. :Mrs. Viola Evansis experience. He received his h

AND CARLETTE. returned to Cl cagoti"y plane Monday, after chairman.El Bachelor of Science degree from
spending three weeks here with her mother. MRS. ALMA Florida A and M. University in
ADAMS and her brother-in-law and sister MR. AND MRS. .Matador Teenage Community .1937, then went to Hampton Institute .
HAROLD J. GLASS of 1074 W. 23rd St. Several affairs were Club will sponsor a trip to in Virginia where in 1351.
Liven In her honor. which included a beach party given by Seldon Park Friday. Tickets may be was awarded the Master's degree -
her sister. Mrs. Glass, and a party by MRS. NANNYE be purchased from any memberof in School Administration
FLETCHER in her home on Durkee Drive. This was Mrs. the club. Information may be and Supervision.
Sweet'i first visit home Ja 12 years and she reports having obtained from Miss Edith Horne. Additional advanced graduate you know
had a wonderful time. 1857 W. 10th St. Miss Wilma work was done at Michigan they FITthey're
Small 2225 Pullman Ave..and State University where be com

-MRS. INEZ O'NEAL of louz W. 15th St.. a well known beautician Miss Clara dark. 1977 W. 16th pleted the academic and residential if
of the city, recently attended the FLORIDA A AND M St. The bus will leave 13U street requirements for the Doctor
UNIVERSITY BEAUTICIANS WORKSHOP at Tallahassee and and Myrtle avenue at 8:30: a.m. of Education degree

received honorable mention during the hair style show in Handicrafts 7'
held at the Charles Winter Wood Theatre. Her daughter I
MISS CASSANDRA O'NEAL 'who is a coed at the university WHEN YOU ARE ILL
was her model. 'a You Seek The Beat Doctor 4NT7demand

When Your Doctor Prescribe

ALLEAN AND ALTHEA BROWN. daughters of J. HAROLD Get Experienced Pharmacists: :
.
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BROWN of Cleveland. Ohio were guests of MRS. ALLEAN We fit your rhilJ'sfeet
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To Fill Your Prescription .
HARRINGTON of Myrtle Ave., at the Harrington's American V perfectly in BusterBro.A
Beach Resort. Althea celebrated her 6th birthday with parties According To Your Doctor* with cxilu.i\e
yes our
given by Edgarama P. Jones 1540 W. 5th St., and Linda Orders. We U.. Only GORDOrfs GtH
fitting
pl-i.
West. IBM W. 4th St. Many lovely gifts were received., The' The Seal Quality Drugs .At 6-Iinl
girls traveled by plane from Cleveland and after spending iAae
aeveral days here they flew to West Palm Beach to join Dr. C. E. BlackProprietor '#' I If have taste for '
'. you a I' ;!r
their parents and visit an aunt. Miss Ozie Brown and grand l.-f'"
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y. ; 3- the Antr.thins., always' ask for UVI\W .J
mother Mrs. O. Ella Samsone. Mr. and Mrs. J. Harold Brown 'r
are Floridians. 3 REGISTERED; PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU SHOES Gordon'authentic London Dry Gin. 2c4

So smooth and dry... -1IltI .
lRS. MARY CARTER of Pittsburgh Pa.. her sister. MRS LILLY'S DRUG STORE ::lV. 'Adams of such delicate flavor... ti
ERNESTINE ELLIS and daughters KAREN AND MARNEESEof it STRAIGHT kXSsrl, ti
enjoy ,
Staunton. Va.. were recent house Tuests of MRS. BERTIE :S373; S t. Joliss Ave. you can ,c-..'.".,....
ARTER, Mrs. Carter's daughter. While here they visited Brew. 1907 Kings Road ELgin 3-827S k
ter Hospital where Mrs. Arter Is employed in the record room. A COMPLETE LINE OF: lC:J :Ssn i ]I.=co Blvd. Tksrt't no Gin lib GORDON* '
and were introduced to many of, the Brewster personneL Mrs. Goods Candle Sunorie. .
Cosmetics Rubber '
EIIisached member of the faculty. of the Augusta County Train DELIVERED 12 I!. Zdjot-ci Av?.
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND ,
& Staunton molt strut 1t.eT1 NTIU FIOI PJlI.IO mar'COII In petVl.wDttt LWeek

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BY C. PARIIAM JOHNSON PHBBMM .
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Although the baseball season is at its height, football, ; ,'> : Ink

the king of fall sports is beginning to make inroads into f" Tigers Persistence Not Talent

the national pastime. The college professional sea.

son is nearly two,months away, but >the lid. on the 1960
football season will get under way.' -
... I Youth To

JOE WALCOTT, for-. Willie Mays still carrying the Helped Her Reach Goal II I

world heavyweight boxing load for the San Francisco Giants,

his been named South maintained his high batting average r.r.t 1J $25,000 I
sceond best lesson you want to reach it ,
chairman of a fund to (.345) but is only 'The greatest single my badly enough
the families of two Franklin in the league. Norm Larker. LA. coach Sydney Llewellyn taught me paying the price of embarrass

p policemen. Walcott: Dodgers, is riding the top with .348. .' was the value of persistence," ment is not so hard. :
however has played In .; ? writes Althea Gibson in the Au.
Mays,
is a juvenile investigator in ContractCHICAGO So what does :
persistence
more games SS-78. had more timesat >f. gust issue of Guideposts :Magazine. really
city of Camden >
amount to for .
bat 385-237 and has out-hit the !; ". I'm quite convinced that it Althea Gibson! PerAT

I.erh new leader from a new Dodger 12782. was persistence and not talent that t

Amuah yesterday es helped me most in my tennis ca ,.

Ghana's first Olympic -A 13-year- "
Ernie Banks the Cubs' slugger, reer.
team into the modernis old Chicago
youth and former
athletes' camp on the north was in a slump but: managed to Dunbar High school football and However, Althea feels there are
outskirts of Rome. They regain his home run lead from the baseball two things that make persistence a
among the first arrivals. Braves' Hank Aaron. 2928. Banks, star now attending the most difficult skill: fatigue and
the quiet of the almost University of Michigan has received embarrassment. -
however holds a wider margin over : c
$25,000 bonus for .
a
village. Amuah sat back signIng
Milwaukee slugger in the runs- y But her coach
the taught her, too,
a sun-baked terrace and with the Detroit Tigers.He .
over the events that batted-in column 84-79. : is Wilbur Franklin a for. that you get rid of fatigue by ignor
z+
led a coufntry such as his mer All-City choice in baseball ing it. "It's an interesting fact," he
still In these A! of the mite told her "that is
young sports-to Smith Chicago and football at Dunbar, who was energy not
17th Olympic games.At Sox. moved into first place fa thrace steady; it comes in layers. If you -
32, Amuah has paramount for the American League bat f. r ,c, can just learn to persist past the
responsibility for bringing up assigned to the Tigers Class D first level slstence is steadily
of
ting title with a .524 average. :' fatigue, you will reacha doing something
both Ghana's yachtsmen and farm team at Durham N.C. He
hi of and dis
new source of which is spite opposition
boxers. He is chairman of his Smith who batted a mere .21? will report to the Tigers camp at often energy .
National Amateur Boxing Assn. last year as the White Sox woo 9 d' Lakeland Fla., in February. stronger and longer'lasting couragement.And
and also commandant of the the AL pennant,has blasted 124 bass Franklin was a catcher at than the first"As it was this same persistencethat
brought Althea Gibson
Nautical African College state's of GhanatheWest Annapolis., hits (also the league's best) in S62 CHAMPION FLOYD PATTERSON let it be known Dunbar but played- the outfield for embarrassment_ trickto Wimbledon and the world cham to

trips. Wednesday that it was high time someone consulted him at the University of Michigan, overcoming this according to pionship-from the streets of Har '
about when and where his third match with Ingemar where he batted .382 during his Althea lies in how you feel about lem.

. Master Johansson will be held. "I'll tell you one thing," said sophomore year. He also was a the nature of the goal you've set

Herr Owens Patterson. "The fight may be held Oct. 29 or Nov 2. but varsity half-back on the Wolverine for yourself.JEven though it's

it won't be Nor 1. This time I'm champion You'd think football team. hard to keep coming back time Johansson-Llftton

that since I'm champ, the promoter would bt polite While attending the university, after time in the face of defeat" Elimination Bout

enough to ask me about foe ate." also, he played semi-pro baseball she writes, "if you are convinced

is Of Olympic Stadium with a Grand Rapids of the merit of your goal and if Better For BoxingA

j (Mich.) team batting about .400. .

Ava M. Dean, N. L. Davis baseball A likeable career kid who playing started sandlot his LJiton heavyweight of Philadelphia; bout between and Sonny Swe

I BERLIN Germany-Adolph HitLr litically wise our athletes swarmed ball In community tournaments den's Inemar Jnhan on in determine
is an almost forgotten man to- around to congratulate him. lIe Elected Team the bona tide challenger n
\ day but the shadow of America's was lighthearted amusing, pleas- CaptainsAva Franklin was a member of the Gomez Was Fired champion Floyd Patiervn was

I great Jesse Owens grows longer ink ait-a. real sportsman always wave Dearborn Homes All-Stars in the recommended b\ the :National Boxing .

f Berlin's vast Olympic Stadium ing a peeling at the crowd." Marie Dean and Nancy Louise Davis were elected cap Southslde Community Committee Association a< good for the best 1
STADIUM SURVIVES WAR tams of the Jefferson Swimming Club girls team recently.Ava interest of boxing.Johanson .
.', the vast arena which der Fuhrer Athletic commission league.
V built for the 1936 Games. Berlin's Olympic Stadium escaped is i recent graduate of team is inexperienced but shows By Buffalo NineHad who won and I Ir.M the
the ravages of the war. It stands New Stanton High School where promise of title back to Floyd Patterson in
will developing into
German
The people never strong
it did during the she was captain of the cheerleader bouts in 1959 and '60. is currently ,
today much as
contenders for state honors in the
forget Herr Owens, said Walter Conflict With Bison
stone columnat group and a member of the preparing to meet Patterson for the
Games. On a huge secnnq t annual Orange State Recreation I
Bloomer! 68, IcUing his tired {
gray the east end Owens' name leads girls softball team. She was a Assn.. Swimming andDh'init Manager Kerby Farrell third time in Los Angeles in No I
nearly half of member of the ,
eyes; scan a century Jefferson girl* ; vember. I
of 1936 Championship However the NBA. in its
the carved inscription Aug. 19-20
the fatherland's glories and miser team of 1957.
Olympic Champions.A at the Jefferson Street Pool. BUFFALO N.Y. The reason last ratings rated Liston the No. 1 I
ies. "What a superb athlete he was German doctor Manfred Slein- Nancy Is a student at New Other members of the squad farmer Phillie pitcher Ruben Gomez' contender over Johansson who was
and what a wonderful gentle- Stanton Huh: School, and wax a areMurnace: A. voted the No. 2
Coleman, spot the con
among
bach leaped 23 feet 8.63 inches in member option was shifted from Buffalo -
of the
man. finals, basketball and Mamie Lue Brown. Anna A. Nes- to Miami by the Phillies tending heavyweightsLhton ,
the West German Olympic softball teams. She' will be mak- xxq was
biU.
"It was such a salute as I never July 24. battering o-\ ns' :23! -yezr- ing her first start at competitive yard.Sharyn Braxton. Sadie Guin <.>' a we due to his conflict with Buffalo soared to new heights as a '
Amelia
Stenay. Carolyn Sin- result of I torn
hip recent knockoutir
I have seen given an athlete-before old broad jump record by .38 of an swimming. gleton and Janice Hutcheson. manager Kerby Farrell. '
: over Zora F11eof Ph-rnx
or since." inch but wind conditions prevented Coach J. Guinyard ad the The team practices daily at S Farrell said he fired Gomez after t

Bloomer, understandably avoiding official recognition of the mark. pm. I the former National Leaguer objected Aril.Ton Macernni.I of the
president
.' political issues, said he did nOL And German sprinter Armin : k to his plan to start him NBA. who announced the :rnui; s ,
[. recall the Iebrated Hitler snub Hary, won the 100 meters in 10.2 against Toronto July 12. Gomez I
stand aid
Oldtimers the organization will
of the American Negro star be seconds, hardly;: extending himself. Game : .; .. : (3-%) had warmed up in the bull make no effort to prevent a third \
cause of the color of Owens' skin. He has done it 10 flat and is acclaimed '< .' Den the night of the firing and title match between Patterson and

"It was quite possible it hap. the new world's fastest human complained about the scheduled Johansson. But be pointed out that
pened," he said. "If so. the feelingwas replacing America's s Ray Will .',* starting assignment. for the good of boxing Johansson I.
not shared by the German peo-' Norton. t BeAug.19The _iit. "He's off the club for good. He first should meet Liston and prove
T
pIe generally. They loved lien I : 4 doesn't want to pitch" Kerby said, his right to another bout. I

Owens. Annual YMCA Oldtimers Ball Game will be held Aug. 19 t : "and I told him he was through The vote of the NBA's executivecommittee

"V.Tiile It may not have been po- at the Myrtle Avenue Ball Park beginning!: at .:45 pjn. .roe'w.. with this team." on the recommendationwas I
,
Fan will be treated this year r s Vie Ruben's option was transferredto close. Maceroni said.
with an added attraction. Following Worren. Beamon Kendall, Robert t: \ :Miami by the Phillies, July 15. Meanwhile in Marstrand. Swe I
I
Aggies List the old mers game all stars Hardy. Ulysses Glover, Jephu N"q. den. was reported happy over Feature
from. the City Recreation League Baker Sr.. the Rev. J. B. F W Sport: selection of L A u
will play four innings in exhibi- Williams: J, B, "Pop" Bradley / the site for the rematch with Floyd.I .
NBA' NineGameGrid tion, under direction of carlton Eustapine Arencibia, Micheal );; : :.-'. ro 86-29-14 ,.
Liston Named Bryant. Bush III Calvin LaCette. James I"v""' s .6f N '#1111'11 11111,1 "

SlateGREENSBORO Many former oldtimers havebeen Howard Joe Warren. Odell White /: 837-20-518 I Newcombe Blasted By Pats
invited to play this year. Harrison Nash and many others.

"Boxer Of Month"rt N.' C. The Among are: Warren oldtimers Howard.expected to Lacy play .Small Team and captains Porcher are Taylor.Solomon AU :;':;; ..hi. Watch This Clown In AL Pitching: Debut I:
A&T College Aggies; defending ,jr' I
'foldtimers have been invited to
champions in C1AA football, will Thomas Kenneth Robinson a "';.< >/; \\\MIL\GTON. D.C. Don
Philadefphian's.Victory play a lull slate of nine "Mint" Jones. "Big Jim" Williams special pre-game meeting Aug. 8 3 7 New combe. making his first
gamesin
% the Major Taft Cummings,aIm at 6 pjn., in order that picturesof i > 4 & start as a member: tf the Cleveland
Over Won Honor upcoming season. $ 2
Folley Murray. James Bonner George the team may be made. >
Athletic Director Bill Bell announced : Indians': mound staff was
PROVIDENCE R.I. Philadel- this week that Shaw I:.J' ;;",'.3. .a wr 4 T Cj A 2 battered by the WJ hinton Sen
".
t phia's Sonny Listen the No. 1 challenger University of Raleigh returns to _..."" ,...,;.. -',.. -, ators. Ncwk only lasted two inn-
for Floyd Patterson's heavyweight the Aggie card this season after Swim ChampionshipsSlated .4 > /' > 'ings Washing went on to"in

t championship .crown, has a five-year layoff. The two teams RECORD-BREAKER Wilma 574-22-139 90. .

been named the "Boxer of theMonth" had competed on and off since JeffersonThe Rudolph. 19-year-old juniorat 45.i3734

in the National Boxing As- 1924.The at Tennessee State University
addition the
sociation ratings issued last Sun represents is shown as she breaks Sometime* he'. up
in
only change the Aggie sched- Rllivllneezing
day by ratings committee chairman ule and means that the 1960 following swimmers win represent the Jefferson Swimming a new world's record in the Srtnwtim*, he's dntvjHe
Tony Petronella.Listen's Club In. the second annual Orange State Recreation Assn.. 200jpet r run in the NationalWomen's add, subtracts I
will be
grind just as tough as
Swimming and Diving Championships_ Aug. 19at the Jefferson Hnnrk4 It all around
kayo victory over Zora ever. The Aggie slate, not only AAU track and hayfever
Folley in their contenders' battle contains the stronger conference Pool. field meet in Corpus Christi Coming Attraction .
Senkv team: Julian Bin Walton. freestyle, 200 yard freestyle, 100
won for him the honor the second foes but Florida A&M
and Tennessee
Tex. Her time 0:22.9Aaron's
Walter Mears Jr.. Fred Wesley yard freestyle: Riley Thomas, 100 was 15-79-63 UM Dr. OvlU Ort*. M.uaf.Ia
time this
A&I Universities
year. always II, Willie Peterson Riley Thomas Ronald C'.AI.t'LL COY.Ov.C
breaststroke Mears
yard : f
Besides Liston, other Philadelphia
considered about the best aggregations
Ronald Mears Wendell 200 yard freestyle: Wendell
boxers included among the in Negro college ball Brother-In-law
Holmes m. Parnell stevens Willie Holmes, 100 yard ,breaststroke;
top contenders for their respective The scheduled announced this Ptytaey. Willie-R. Thomas, Parnell Stevens, 50 yard freestyle, Gets 8 Hits In 12 Tries YOU CAN'T BUY A FINER
weight titles include: week includes: home game Leon Campbell. Walter Cowart., springboard diving.-
Light he3\j'weight-Hal Johnson Sept. 24, Tennessee; Oct. 8, Kenneth 1 James
C u m m n g s Willie Pinkney. 100 yard butterfly BOISE Idaho Bill Lucas a
1, and Von Clay 8.MiddleweightJoey. South Carolina State; Oct. 29, Brown and Ronald Polite. Willie brother-in-law of the Milwaukee
diving
] springboard ;
Giardello 2. Morgan homecoming, and Nov. trialstoday KENTUCKY BOURBON !
The squad win have time R. Thomas SO yard freestyle; Braves' Hank Aaron and a possible -
Welterweight-Sugar Hart, 5, andCharla 12. Virginia State. at 4:30 p.m. A midget Leon Campbell, 50 yard freestyle, : Braves' shortstop had a field
Scott. 8.r Away games are: Oct 1, Shaw; team composed of boys 10 years backstroke. Walter Co- in .
100 yard for the Boise Braves a
day
Junior welterweight-Candy Mc- Oct. -Maryland State; Oct. 22, of age and under will be organized wart, 100 yard breaststroke;,Ken recent doubleheader.The .
Farland 4.IlghtweightLea. at this meeting. 100 yard backstroke
neth Cummtogs. 5-foot 9-inch slugger pounded
'Matthews 3. The' events are: BID Walton. 100 yard freestyle; James hits in 12 efforts and
50-100 and 200 yard freestyle: Walter Brown. 100 yard backstroke, 100 :out eight '
)(ears, 100 yard backstroke yard freestyle and Ronald Polite. scored eight runs. In the second
,: 200 yard individual medley 100 50 yard freestyle. same he hit three home runs and

to Go yard butterfly; Fred Wesley. 100 Other swimmers will be addedto drove in 10 runs. .c
to Town to Get the service he hit
yard freestyle 100 yard backstroke the squad. Practice will be Before joining ;
I Looyave ; Willie Peterson. SO yard held Monday. Wednesday and Friday .304 as a rookie for Salinas in the -

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Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store games opening here Aug. 25. will play State Teachers College ;-" : r
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THE FLORIDA STAR
,' Woek Ending Saturday, August 13, 1960 -
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POLICE REPORTS .1 d 8TABTSI,
HAIRCUTS N SUNS

TIle locks SUNDRIES ROBBBEDBY For your next haircut -1 :

LONEBANDIT the-Artistic Barber Shop I

87 1., Jar Jo Ann Sundries at 1440 W. AshJe). Phone EL 4-9U1._ S
t.
There is plenty 'of gossip in the town to Kings Road was held up last C. C.McCnrdjr. Prop.: Charles
Tuesday by a lone bandit who
night. Boys and girls are keeping the tele cleaned the cash register, police Whiles. Simmons Mrr.Business .
phones busy. Some of the news is good news at reported. ,

least ve think so. Johnny Wheeler and Geneva Mrs. Mayroy 'Barlow, mana-

Guy ton will becone as one this weekend. The ger said a man came into the OpportunitiesHouse

couple will be feted at a wedding supper to be store and when she asked if WAITER G. DANIEL to House salespeople.Sell .
the Releford McGriffs. she could help him he put a fast selling, guaranteed
given by ENGINEER CONSULTANT .
knife around her neck and Marti Dare Cosmetics and Old t
Sara Washington and Anastasia Maria are both
ordered her not to scream. She 61: Consolidated Bid Phone EL 6-0582 97 Home Necessities Full or
doing fine. Papa George is almost back down ti to gave him the money from the Spaie Time. Big Profits. Have KASNIfltENT COLOR
Earth. Nat and Pearl Blackshear made it a pair cash register which amountedto big stock to' fill your orders
AM AMnHCAM MTWUTWUq rtCTUtC
with a baby girl. about $5, she said. t immediately at factory prices
The serenity of Sugar Hill was interruptedlast The owner said a man who Old 97 Distributors. 811 South

Saturday night when a school warm sort of fitted the description came into Compliments of tdgewood Ave. EV 9-3119. 1 HELLER,
enforcement officers the store earlier in the morn- Jacksonville.
disagreed with local law
and their pol cies. Naturally the law won.At ing. He said he was probably Compliments ofPerma
casing the store at that time. KELLER FLORIST .
last cards were still being shuffled. -- -
report The investigation was made t'
trying to stack a deck but the traffic force by Sgt. E. Hickson. -Stone Sales Flowers for all Occasions BARBER WANTED

sargeant was waiting to make his cut. Sober Ite fable DependableTo (3 TECrNCCWr, Pn w 1539 Montana AvenueCompliments
When you mention sidewalk superintendentstake t 1\LUlIS ROBBED Florist Telegraph DeliveryEL operate Shop full-time

a look at the crew supervising the men at I UNLOCKING DOOR Apply Roosevelt t s. s
Alexander Jenkins, 30 of 903 3-9736 2619 Liberty St. 1781 Darts Street
is
Ifork on Dr.Scott's new apartment. The crew
W. Union Street was assaulted 2 Ton: Hlt*.
headed by E. J. Norman assisted by William R.
and robbed last Saturday as "'lBI BFDOOF TTAND
Weathersbee. Dean.Tossi and Senator Ralph E. he attempted to unlock his doorto .

ilaultsby complete the crew. Construction of go in the house police re- of MEN WANTED FIDE lASH OF .THS
the people as well as the building gets the ported. :Jerome (Jerry) GrossJ. '
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PQlL ..rQll'1"SJYVIEW
best sort of going over from these expert ki- Mrs. Margaret Jenkins said C. ThomasA 5 young men between 18-21 .
she was awakened by her hus- Sun.Tues.
bitzers.J. and D Compliments of For outride sales' work .
band, after three men grabbedhim Bonding Agency
D. Brooks is mending fast and extends a
in the back knocked him GocJ pay
arm thanks to all who have thought of him down cut him in the face and BAIL All BONDSIn Courts DR. E. H. WASHINGTON 'NIc r OF TES QOAHTSRUOOK
during his stay in the hospital. He hopes to *
back and robbed him. EL S-S060 EL 3-8207 Apply between 9-10 a.m.
get back in the saddle soon. The victim was taken to 722 Liberty Street<< Jav. Fla. 821 "Kings Road PLUS
Members of the Les Belles Femmes got together Puval; Medical Center by policecar. Room 301 *FRANGI3 XH3HS EMOTED

in an informal gathering at the home of. He reported $46 taken from 118 East Consolidated BUIg. UJU3JE*

Lucile Baker Showers the other night. They had him. Win $470 Cash Uon.Nite
Patrolmen W. Solomon and
rr.ds of boiled crabs and all the trimmings. Compliments of
G. L. Bradley investigated. I
The occasion was Lucile's birthday. t Royal Crown FIRST RUN I RITZ Sun. -.Wed.
bur sympathy is extended to the family of MAN AND WOMAN DUVAL LAUNDRY Bottling Company

t'ate Rev. James I. King. Edward Waters is ARRESTED FOR FIGHTING 1235 s.* More Ih4.FL .
ined by the entire community in mourning his Henry Lee James, 34, of 1757 Zoric Cleaners l From the producer, who stunned the screen with"Sayonan"!

James I. he familiarly known Mt. Herman Street suffered 9-4411 wo.
pacclng. as was Walnut at Ninth JAMB STEWART
several small lacerations on his ,
as truly a gentleman and scholar. -
left last II
arm Sunday when he
Elmo Davis has as his guest this week his
was attacked with a knife I3SS1D
istor from Philadelphia. She will visit with police reported.The .
A COLUMBA PICTURES RELEASE
t'C hcmefolk in Greenville, Florida before she victim stated that his APT. FOR RENT P
Newly redecorated (unfurn.)
leaves for home. common-law wife, Thera New- \
2 bedroom apt. with kitchen, AND "TARZA PS GREATEST 11DY 3TUR8"
Betty Stewart, secretary to the president ton attacked him with the .. I bath and living room. Phone .
ji EWC vacationing in Memphis, Tennessee.She knife after accusing him of Compliments of PO 8-1760 or EL 4-9207.1030

is visiting the former Cortez Hezikiah a having another woman in the \\'. 23 St.

former Jaxon and her new daughter. house James' while mate she also was received gone.a JUDGE SANTORA. JR. REG I S T E R

Speaking of smooth plays, did you dig the small cut o nthe hand.

:ay the local interested parties in the hard Both parties were treated at "

beverages handled the bar closing hours. That Duval Medical Center and arrested FOR RENT

; t hat is called "[-olitics". for disorderly conduct Furnished kitchen and bedroom. PDSNEft I

Another smooth play was pulled on "us". and fighting. 14.00 week. Also furnishedroom

veral was in the budget for Patrolmen E. Jefferson andA. for single man $7.75
r t years money Jones '
construction of a library on 8th and Myrtle tot investigated.. week. EL 51109. 'Skmtona

place the outmoded and poorly locate branchnear MAN BITTEN ON CHIN Compliments of
Wilder Park. The City Fathers showed us FIGHTING WITII OOUSIN *
wfiat they chink of us and voted to transfer or Charles M. Taylor 31, of 432 FOR RENT .CQNM/WJ AMA2ING rOOQU/WOWf
tat plain give the money toward remodling of \v. Union Street was bitten on Ernest D. Jackson, Sr. Furnished kitchen and bedroom.
the left side of his chin $14.00 week. Also lightens briifhtemskin
the Brentuood Theatre for a white branch of fighting 410 Broad StreetSPECIAL furnished ,
with his 17-year-old room for .. ... .. .
cousin last single man $7.7wt"k. ; **.-
the Public Library. By the way, what of that
Tuesday police .
reported.The EL 51109.
looked for Eastside Branch
long Library
victim
stated he and --- MAKESe2/'SKIN
School personnel are speaking of the many Harold B. Smith, 17, of the AI?. FOR RENT BLEACHES .

oddities in the selection of summer program same address were engaged in Newly redecorated (unfurn.) "OLD FASHIONED" ... ___
people this summer. Everyone taught Art but an argument about room rent. 2 bedroom apt with kitchen,

Art teachers the same was nearly true in regard The argument developed into a bath and living room. Phone n
to other fields. Well they that fight. PO 8-1760 or EL 4-9207. 1030
many
say ,I .S
The victim was taken to Du 30 Ga. Table Top Electric W. 28 St.BOOKS. ,
virture and other things have their rewards. Hot
Water
val Medical Center Heaters
by
They not be exactly just in our situation. private
may car. He
does not wish to prose- Now Only $75.00 + lightens dark spots

Rumors persist in regard to two very well cute. perfect powder_ o
known couples and pending divorce actions so Patrolmen Marvin Young and Terms Available base
W. L. Massey sscQpa1P!
we hear. When we validate the rumors we will investigated KIRKPTRICKPLUMBING FOR SALE
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be sure: to tell. Over 2,000 Books. Many are
The light blue thunderbird you have seen up PATRONIZE CO. g ope eti size vi I OO size. 1
rare. Apply 627 W. Ashley St.
and dorm the streets recently and the very attractive -
H1530 Elm Street EL 5-1290 Jax, Fla. Manufacturers of Posner's Bergamot/The Jar with the Star"
young lady driving it most of the time Star Advertisers

both belong to Ed Charles of the Milwaukee base

ball organization. The young lady or Mrs. Ed

Charles is the former Carolyn Riley. Her com- Be Sure To Visit The FountaiL1ette

panion sporting the bangs is Barbara Spears,

popular Myrtle Avenue business woman. Sundries

Gwen Daniels Stewart and Jimmie and Kate
2025 West 45th St.
Graves are among those who will move into new 0 .
.
homes in a day or so. Work is moving along ata 1-t 1 For YourCosmetics

fast clip on Gene Downing's new home in the Baby Needs

Kinnon subdivision. Butch Lawson and Joyce are Breakfast Lunch Snacks Patent Medicines Sundries

about ready to move in also. -:- Pit Bar-B-Q ServedFAST FREE DEUVERY-

Mystery of the month. Personnel changesin William 'Doc' Jimenon, Prop. Call PO 5-4572 JekgL&&L it"
the Drive-Inn chain. What happened to our

.favorite gal Annette? v

Prince Thomas had nearly fifty young fine .. a \
things at the Astor Motel this week. All of the .

gals will never forget Alvin James. Alvin picked ( CALL FOR DOLPHIN 1t.10TORMOTEL \

five of the finest and took them clubbing.He t'
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sent up an S 0 S at the Tropicanna. Lo, when ANDDOLPHIN ..
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help came, Alvin disappeared. He left the young .

ladies high and dry. Ain't that a gentleman } ,. CLUB t

Young should be intelligent fellows are the Si

cause of a serious problem at the Tropicanna.The .

fellows for the most part college under <::) .

grads, congregate outside and drink beer and

talk loud.. The management is pleading for some then

restraint and self control. To help improve the

atmosphere of the place, a hostess has just been

hiredat, the Tropicanna. Please respect her. fresherrefresher. 1 fr.

The Class of '42 of Stanton will have a nice :

"get-to-gether" Friday night at the Country Club C : }..., .....

Ulysses Young, San Stansell Herbert Wilson and !Z

the rest of the "regulars" are asking all of the 4Qa1 ,

stragglers like yours truly to pay up and (come : Pr:
M1-
/ out with their guest. ;
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SPECIAL J'IASRHip Seas end Sol mon Weston :: : FREE PARKING' FOR RESERVATIONS: ,

will open the Sporting Goods Store under the* I CHILDREN'S SUPERVISED AND MRS. J. E. DAVIS
name of Nip TO Sol port1ng Goods lap< on Vest; t. .- ", PROTECTED PLAY AREA AND ,,'#
".', DAY CAMP 033 Scriven
St.
EL 4-6471
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45th Street next to the 45th Street Package -

Store.: The grand opening will be Monday: ,and Giant yr:.1. ; : < eMH3[CUe PIT Jac 4scnviUe, Florid ''

it is rumored that Kip ust-MIGHT pour s one COCKTAIL LOUNGE COUNTRY CLUE PRIVILEGES ICLUOINC'

liquid refreshments HKXBS. _, .f..1..,'_.. <.., .1 ,'. GOLF. TENN'15, DINING DANCING
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