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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 20, 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
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lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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UF00028362:00574

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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 20, 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:
UF00028362:00574

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Preceded by:
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Jacksonville stores' Daval County criminal Investigator tracking down leads In

week when mem- the August 4, murder of 20-j'ear-old Cecilia Louise Jones are findIng t

orderly .sit-ins at themselves faced with a baffling; mender ase surroun3ed: bj ;

a series of sordid clfnents Involving sex, a -wild part and a Jrlnk- i

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: that the white Lt. R. W. Grant said that at
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at this bay finish- least 10 'persons have been 1

before leaving. questioned in connection with Funds

1 was further re the bizarre shooting:, but nil Library
id D- when the last have been releasEd. Giant haul

been: served, the two Negro Deputies, Buster Switch Balked ,

two were seated Ford and James C. Bailey ,have

to further business. been working on the case and '
A delegation of Negro citizens
demon- added that Deputy Willie Wes-
appeared before the City
in their ton has now been: assigned to
tAITIHG TOR SSH7IC*-Scores of '! two hours. the case. Commission last Monday to

of leach counter lt-i&.. daaoaatraticms .protest. the taking of funds
.their Among those Avho""were"qucsTioned -
gaining .
..seats .
: :; earma'ked for the building ofa
ahown as they waited for service at
the two council and subjected to lie.de:> '
pew Wilder Park Library to
up their Actions Thursday: of this waelc attempted to ob- tector tests are Doris Dawson 'Le' used for a new Springfield

and ffoolworth8 The second photo : at another section Jackscn of 2232 West 45th Library branch.

but were re- Street and Margaret Scay
Council spokesman being Interviewed by The problem arose when on <
facility of Richardson of 2250 West 45th
bottom photo a white well-wieher stops .by one Street who were companions of August 9 the City Council voted .
on a motion made by Councilman
the youngsters (Local daily the victi mon the night thata
I Thursday, Ralph Walter to take
on the sit-ins See editorial on page ) wild party was punctuatedwith
12 $37,500 originally alloted for
seats remaining at one of the some protesting group murder.
four 20-seat bays. Other members sat-in at the lunch the colored library branch and
mem- (Margaret Sea Richardson.
------ I counter which was immediately apply it to convert a theatre
although still considered a sus-
closed for business as was building at 28th and Pearl to

AME@ Laymen Express DissatisfactionOver likewise the counter for Colored. pect been in sentenced the killing to serve has since six house: the Springfield branch

The delegation of more than

Planned Kress' eating facility, following months for assault) 30 persons composed of citizens
5,000 Cut Lt Grant
Membership I said in addition to
seating by the youths, tellirg conflicting stones of Democratic Committeemen -
was also closed to business. and Committee women,
the killing, both women hc\'"
City police observed the educators and ministers was
because understand he is calling for a 5,000 membership cut given varying descriptions T a
EDITOR'S NOTE The FLORIDA STAR Is continuing Itserlea they s c e neatVoolworth's and represented by Eric Simpson
on the controversial Ivsue of the membership cut In the throughout the 11th Episcopal District, embracing Florida.It Kress' but the quiet orderly male companion known oily ,u"Jimmy" editor of the FLORIDA STAR

African Methodist Episcopal Church despite the fart that manyof has been pointed out that a stipulated 5,000 cut for Florida conduct of the council members whom they chatgc'J and a recent but unsuccessful

the local ecclesiastical leaders have expressed the opinion does not mean that the churches with inflated memberships will quelled anticipation of disturb- committed the crim!. candidate for the Civil Service
At first both women domed
that the articles are unwarranted at this time for the reason necessarily get a 20 percent cut as ordered at the General Confer- ing factors. Commission who urged Jaxonsto
ownership of the gun lut Liter
that they say the matter will be setfled shortly andmOJ'elO'pr ence. However at Cohen's, several Doris Dawson Jacks-m protest the unjust action of
that the .ntro\ersy Is being stirred up by publicity It means that following a meeting in Orlando on Sept. 20 council members reported that the arrmit.ted the City Council.
weapon belong to her.
hunters. when a committee reports to the Bishop, membership cuts will be some of their group were She said "Jimmy" fled with Simpson in an appeal to the

With due respect to the ministerial body we are standing crdered by some method not yet known to the Laymen who are shoved by store employees the after shooting City Commission which war
gun allegedly -
by our promise to the Laj'men's, group to publish their stJe of .insisting that the over-burdened churches are entitled to a 20 when they attempted to enter the shapely young woman.A slated to approve the transfer

the Issue bera'ise the policy of the FLORIDA STAR U to provide percent reduction. the restaurant FLORIDA STAR crime of the funds, declared that

the medium through which any group, large or small shall The Laymen are "fuming" over this issue, it seems because It As the FLORIDA STAR reporter sent out to investigatethe taking the money from Wilder

voice their opinions or register' a protest. is understood that the decision to set a 5,000 cut for Florida was went to press early Friday, case brought hack the information Park Library was "unwarranted

The'statement that names of dead people are being carried on made at a meeting of the General Board a short time ago.They protest demonstrations by the that the bemuse the branch ij>
"Midnight
the membership lists of some of the churches in Florida has been declare that no General Board or Bishop's Council has the right youth council members were Ramble Murder Case" Is one inadequate to serve the need

branded as "ridiculous" by one of the leading spokesmen of the to override or institute acts contrary. to the ruling of the General reported to be on an upsurge. of the most sensational t!-agc- of the city's Negro population:'

AME Church in Jacksonville. However, a long-time member of Conference. -_ --- lies to have occurred in the Commissioner Louis H. Rit
Grant Memorial Church who serves in an official Lay capacity The next factor that has contributed to arousing the fury ten expressed annoyance thai
five
past Some
years. of the
stated very emphatically that the names of dead and Inactive members among the Laymen in this area is the unconfirmed report that a IntegrationNotion most shocking and unbclicv- the commissioners hat

have been carried on the membership lists of that church for 50-ccnt assessment per member is planned for Florida which if atc sex relations will be revealed beta consuncn--about--thc.-rcS'J.,

more than ten years. Hue, is also contrary to the ruling of the General Conference which Filed when the whole story wuni lution moved to defer action

The Grant Memorial member stated that the church has been stipulated that no General Board or Bishop's Council-shall add to aveled. on the tinasfcr for the funds

for a membership close to 1500 for almost 15 years when the $(.00 per member tax. It all began with a telephonecall "n'.il the August 23 meeting of

actual count of the congregation Is a little over 800. Rut why Is! more money being called forT Who !!* calling for Against Cily to Cceilia'.s house when one the City OstnntHfinn; In fity

St. Paul AME Church has been assessed fcr several years for additional money! How much money does the AME Church neeJ of the women called to invite Hail.

a total membership of about 1500 when in reality there are only Thesr air the questions that AME members and Laymen arc A suit for judgment direct- her cut that night The Mayor Burns. has imliuilnl

something like 835 dues-paying church-goers. asking. ing ,the City of Jacksonville to uomcn visited a house on Mon- he feel, assured that funds foi

From another,sourc( it was learned that SL Stephens AME permit full racial integration cite Rd. reputed to be a" icndczvou -' the Wilder Library will 1* in-

Church has been obligating itself for somewhere In the neighborhood in all municipal operated rec- for thrill seekers cluded in the bond issue comingup
of 738 against about 500 bona fide members. reational facilities was filed in later this
They were next seen in thenotorious year. Simpson,
Although sources close to the Bishop have said that the Bishop ;. U. S. District Court this week. Red however, has stated that
(TO BK CONTINUED NEXT WEEK.) ', Rooster nightspot NeKiocw -
_will institute a membership cut. the Laymen are still dissatisfied i Ernest D. Jackson, local attorney where they were joined 1 arc opposed to using Uu
filed the motion as the fund to-
by a man. supposedly the any other-purpose
my *

. Netiro Leaders Face Sentence In, NAACP Probe I result October Earlier of by this litigation six year local U.filed men.S. Distract last' Icrious the vicinity Mr. "Jimmy"of the. I'cql.In after.; ,funds assured.until Koch or any time other as bon funds'l IKSIIC art-

hrur-ftpot recall
TALLAHASSEE Two Negro I to answer questions as to whether hearing infringed on their able as such. Court Judge Bryan Simpson .but that wax hearing not the a shot shot Simpson Issued an announcement -
refusedto the NAACP has been allegedly constitutional denied! a City motion ask-
leaders have of
who rights free
It has been further stated' that killed Cecilia.Information urging Negro_ citizens to
answer questions:: by a leg : Communist infiltrated.It dom of association adding according that the two ministers refusedto ing dismissal of the integration gathered reveals be present at the City Commi
islative probe committee are has been learned that'the to Gibson, that action suit and ordered the de-
answer committee that another *ion meeting
next
questionsat stop prior to the
the object of judicial contempt legislative committee seeks to by the commitee was only fendants to answer the bill of Tuesday
3 July 27 hearing. Mulnite Ramble Murder was morning at 9 a.m. to protest
ask Circuit Judge W. May staged to hold complaintIn
proceedings by the investigating action
up on the
made
at
According to reports Judge another spot to fund switch.BEGISTER.
purchase
Walker turn
group. to hold'both Revs. the NACCP's civil rights ac- 'Jackson's motion-
Walker has authority to Jail whisky.
The Rev. T. E. Gibson Gibson and Graham for con- tions. ; asks the court to rule upon the
pres- the two men' indefinitely, and According to v
ident of 'the Miami Chapter tempt and to have the two On July 12. it was disclosed- further information states that exhibits, affidavits, pleadings, quarrel fufarrnants a

NAACP and Hev. Edward T. Miami men show cause why that Judge Walker told Gibson asserting that there is no con-, developed at anolhc.-
committee Atty. Mark Hawes point between
Graham former official-both such proceedings should not be and Graham hat refusal to answer tending facts in the bill of two cf the women NOW
has requested the two men bo one of whom
Miamians-are awaiting instituted.Rev. the committee's complaint complainedthat
the questions So You Cad Vet
jailed immediately. the
.
other
nevt move by the probe com- Gibson .and Rev. Gra- would be considered as con- Ir ., In answer CIty Ally. WU- had torn off
mitt :ela\.ive.\ to their refusal ham reportedly: stated.that the tempt and would' be punish- (Ccnt.oa.page 6)) (Cent.on page 6)) -

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"Politics As Usual"By
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THE FLORIDA STAR d+ y

ERIC 0- SIMPSON

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r,, mCh Memo to Congress:

fer Tl* Florida SU PublbhJsg Co.

1 Member of Auodttcd Negro Frew1 ,tir i} t G f } Prepared by the AFL-CIO Legislative Dept.

Cde: 0. Slepcea W' Jor .ANDKEW j..Tfun., ...Director
C. Fubun Johaiea ... Pt.i. IWI

BlUa Wootta C1tsaIa1io D w ,- j Health Benefits for
-. ,_. ---- .-... Aged
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MAIN OPTICS tc l'UKT, .
an Keaeri Road -_ EL 44711 EL 4I7HKUlag ; The proposed addition of federal health benefits to
.. + the social security system would not only San,
Addvttit millions of families from anxiety, financial bankruptcy -
.p, 0. Box 811. t and needless MilTering. but it would also
:. 'c : relieve the financial difficulties now threatening many
_
_. ; 1 hospitals and welfare agencies both private and

Os TMT $LOO1lrill ,, Iv ,.,}..,, w 1 public.
Mailed To You, nay j. I AFI.-CI( Convention Rt'olllton.959

JcHpHan PayaiU In MT ,
FLORIDA STAR-P. 0. .t: R I t .j t r k The social security system, which was started
:\;' !. 0 25 years ago, has done much to bring dignity to
the twilight years' of Americans. But the system
THE FLORIDA requires constant improvement to fulfill its total

1. Ntffro Flraana. ..i'. r function. Health and related benefits for the aged
2. More Nagro Pellca ;:.' (and for widows and orphans) is the next step.

3. Squad Can for iba ; t t While most aged persons have low income (the

4. Mora and Bailar, }', : average old-age benefit is only $72 a month), their
BaBdlagHegro Program. medical costs arc particularly high, and arc ever

increasing. They have little or no health insurance

;.' protection, such being either unavailable or too

expensive for them. Too many must either neglect
:
/ their health needs, or look to public assistance, or
'.J .'.s.'V. lean on burdened children for support:
'i!''r'" ........-....: ,'" .rf ,: The Forand bill (H.R. 47TH would
) utilize
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Last Saturday ) +' <.. 1 ..
; .11 the social to needed benefits
security system provide
't ,h'
d eats who lira in : ..,; ,. q"t for all who become eligible. \Vithout inter-

to secure '"...i. .. .. .. .. :... ., \!.,.. ,...
tcapt ..? (,. .. .,!.". fering in any way with the practice of doctors or
counter after Baking .'.,..' .. :!' ,:"........ ;"'.'.;.:.;.. ,. .... ..-... ter in the store.Th :! ; I:::" ...: ;i '(i-1L"i-110; :1:: ':;v ::. ?:;! ff .J ;. .",( days of hospital care, for skilled nursing home
care and for surgical services.In .
action the
order to keep the social security system
be known nationally
sound, and in order to provide adequate benefits,
in8, or a lmoh ooi CONGRESS CAN BRtiAK Tllli CHAINS AT HOMK( ,NOtt. it is necessary that all the people pay for these

It should be PROVE OUR RIGHT TO WORLD LEADERSHIP benefits throughout their working life, and that the ,
'
converged on the contribution rates be increased to meet the extra

bout noon end costs of health benefits.

til about 5 pBU, While the Forand bill is the major issue for

a score of city -- 1960, other social security improvements arc
needed too. Among these are increases in retire.
Police appeared on Your Weekly
ment benefits to all, with widows receiving more
ths demonstration ,
than the present 75 percent rate, elimination of
most orderly and --- 1- Horoscope Guide the 50 year requirement in total disability, raisingthe
celebrated wait for wage base above the present $4,800 to permit

photographers ,and WHICH ARE YOUR. LUCKY DAYS FOR higher benefits, and permitting women to receive

raphers took BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL regular benefits at the age 60.
addition Television In the field of public assistance, the AFL-CIO
had By PABLO The ASTROLOGER urges improvements which would permit each stateto
representatives : .
choose a new and more generous system of
the event-the first federal grants for public assistance to aid all typesof

out in :ack ARIES t LEO assembled on the 24th.27th. needy persons, without.residence req'iirements.
.
its 11 pm news March 21 thru April 19 Born July 23 thru August M and 28th, when you are fill

However, to the : ,if you are one of those The prospects of gain and cd with enthusiasm and in- Overhaul Tax System

citizens, and has just returned from successful transactions apt dividual enterprise, qualities

subscribers who had full of pep anu pear much brighter-now than which can.prove infectiousin "Low and moderate income families, particularlywage

there was not a word to get back into har they have been for quite a the quarters where they, earners, are carrying an unduly large share of
it.would. be wiser ,to spell. Be right on the ball can thrive and multiply. Just the tax burden. Only a drastic revision of the federal .
the
daily
of ne b your impatience and when you see signs pf renew- make sure you get the cash tax laws can remedy this situation.

of :Jacksonville. yourself with the ed activity in your particular ?s well as the credit for it AFL-CIO Convention Resolution 1959
It is hardly state ,of affairs. Too field to cash in while Q--204L133L924
In theory our tax system is based on the principle -
which occurred c h enthusiasm and too others still
are asleep. The of "ability to pay." This principle has been
Billion dollar .. planning could lead to 27th-28th are banner days CAPICORNBorn eroded over the years by a combination of low
too L.ls for. >> error on the lst-2nd. when you may buy, sell or Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19 personal exemptions a steep rate of taxation in
And it. is migxty : the call from above acquire something of great the first bracket, the operation of the withholding
Be for such
prepared a
reach you on the 4th; value to you and the family. system, and the many tax escape provisions that
such significance possibility on the 1st-2nd.
prepared to demonstrate Get' together with someone favor the rich.Individual '
not given abilities and who has been Your hopes are beginning" to
give a good very much in
rise, but don't let them soar exemptions have been $600 since
reminded that late of mind the
executive or your as moment for
your
1"I declarations into the realms of pure fan 1948, even though the cost of living has increased
involving seders achievements. o understand
450881832458TAURUS ings is at hand ,tasy and improbabilities. You more than 20 percent since then. The very first
like, appear -. handY50441L..2L754 'got much better results when 'taxable dollar is at the 20 percent rate. The with-
We recall very -- you live up to"your practical holding system assures payment of every dollarof

citizens picketing nature and the realities upon workers' income, while other groups have no

store was given next April 20 thru May 20 I: which you can build your such automatic control. Moreover, workers pay
the daily paPers. could throw a mon Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 future plans, 4th-5th. taxes even on that part of their income which goes

dismissal of Negro wrench in matrimonial. The Virgoans whose birth- 4-80-44-19-92-484 to pay for Social Security, Railroad Retirementand
Civil Service Retirement.On .
and educational pro' days fall during this last AQUARIUS
was given large type
which you have stri-, quarter have something to Born Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18 the other hand, upper income groups are
casions and, in Inog and hard to get celebrate about. The 24th, The hunches that agitate favored with tax favors such as preferential income
occasion stirred (1st and 6th). Do I. 27th and 28th are the red- for dividend income and capital gains income
to you are more likely to be excessi depletion allowances, liberal account -
compose allow yourself to be letter days when love, friendship expense
the 27th and
unfavorable to Snot.The fr omyour purposes and pleasure reign su- right on 24th. prmJ es, "get-rich-quick" system of granting .
possibility of these days no matter how preme. Take the ideas that 28th, when a series of plane- stock options, split income provisions, and
the tary aspects favor joint en- other escapes from taxation.
city of this size arguments may come to you seriously as
,
should be The 4th and 5th are I' they have the earmarks of 'terprises, financial maneuvers The AFL-CIO calls for a major overhaul in the
and
ambitious .
goals federal which would
: days when heart tax system include a substantial
citizens It is a better judgment your inspiration and success, even Your true friends, too, can Increase in the $600 exemption, the closingof
be concerned about. the right answers will if you have to keep them on give your aspirations a heal- the many loopholes now enjoyed by the upper
to Ice for
while
a because of thy boost cultivate then
S9
income ,
that the questions so mark these groups eliminating tax burdens of workers -
seasonal factors.L90J2216 .
even than ,
more arduously
on contributions to public retirement funds,
as the '
its dates
rights today when
62 492
make you :: heretofore Tho s ewho are reducing or eliminating the unprogressive excise
a decision.
rights tomorrow 1-30-99-17-23-139 employed may expect great taxes, and helping the states adopt progressive tax
LIBRA cr :recognition
I systems.
ibID consider
we 24 thru Oct. 23 130.
Born Sept. : -99_12-93-139
the daily newspapers! GEMINI '
May 21 thru June Use confidential sources of PISCES
tion in the handling ; 19
are likely to find this ,information and pull influen- 'I Born Fb. 19 thru March 90
editorials in support tial
strings to raise
If
for yourself, if you de necessary your. helpmate seems
ttet would relegate from the principles'and :cash or to have interviews I troubled and agitated it

citizenship, tbe need that have supported with the individuals who can !would not be wise to pour

seen quite clearly productivity and kept :'give you a hefty boost toward fuel on the.fire by resorting
our goaL Those who to '
happy and"secur Any critism or recriminations.
---- --01 now have t. resnond to the -
of mind The hones that have
or attitude : crystallized -
call of duty ,may find themselves I
upset those who are in in connection with
a better and ""
'
more
to you on the lst-2nd.
remunerative position due to employment, service and
4t -5th are the best days unforeseen developments. health matters have been
you: can -stabilize
your S3QL55-1353351 brightened by the cheerful
and recognize that SCORPIO attitude of someone on whom

interesting occupation Bora Oct. 24 thru No. 22 YOU' have pieced much re- E
among your greatest You .should have some very .fiance. It would be wise to
6s. :explore the
nappy moments this last possibilities of
.
3-2041
e 13.75.121 quarter' because of promising gain and a rise in stature on

financial developments, successful the 27th-28th. when you are
t CANCER interviews with im- the possessor of an unfailing
.rune' 20 *** Julr 22 portant people and brightea-, instinct regarding the coming

dlu7Th ltd Indications reveal tng social prospects. Good! trends and events.
to be a week of excite. friends' will act in your be- Try not to be too trustingand

7bf t both good and bad.It alf if ou are lacking the'necessary keep your own optimism
if
as
. ctive' you can put up a connections to whom in check on the 1st-2nd when
shield around you you. it would be to
can present your case too easy get
financial loss, do or Ideas. The days when off on the wrong track. The
scenes and mishaps a. powerful 4th-5th are the best
planetary influen- days
;!) : the house by taking ces will be on your side are this week to heed sage counsels I
j.t timely precautionary the 24th, 27th and 28th. to obtain financial assistance KEN KNIGHT
.
The and, 3rd and 6LJOL.77, :-18L71-617 and to get the mes- .. PRESENTING-
are the days when the SAGITTARIUS ,sage that your intuition Is .

impulse' and care Burs HOT. *8tkrm Xtoe. 21 trying to get thru to you. .. $.KNIGHT 9 P.M. 12.1 TRAIN NGBTLr .
ess can exact their toll You should start moving Take no trips that are not SWEET
.uld be good sense on around in order to obtain absolutely imperative so as CHARIOT "

part to have a serious leads nad advantages, how to reduce the hazards to property 1400 WRUe }
"HE .1400
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TOOK HIS D
/ with
:1' .
your mate
or nay ever do it in a way that wm that come in abun- .

-- 'BLAMED IT experience who has the maturity not tip off the' cometition a* dance during the holidaysand ,i' .9&0 to 10:50 MONDAY thru IRmA: -:
.
PaM IB an
,AA .-. ,., to what particularly on the 6th. ,>
: L # ;,- (5th). you are up to. Tic .. BLUES IN THE KNIGHT
fe-90.e6-19-5786B :makings of success. can be I 7-30-55-17-26-735 .. 10:x4/.12 -- JWNDA' thru 8A'1'tm1)A.e. '





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;<- .. .- Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Gail-
r -..; ..: : ;:' Stork yard, 1576 W. 28th Street, Girl.

Mr. & Mrs. George lies
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Speaking
DeliveriesMr. 1562 W. 23rd. Street, Boy.
.p Mr. & Mrs. Russell Laven-

i ??ti ; : der. 1905 W. 25th Street. Boy
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& Mrs. Walter Taylor Mr. & Mrs. Walter Fitzpatrick -
DR..WALTER R. WILLIAMS. JH, state director ,of Vocational} 3708 Freeman Road. Girl.
.". .., 726 Ct. J, Girl.
and Adult Education heads the program when District Four of ,. -' Mr. & Mrs. Charlie Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Sanders
the Florida'State Association presents a MondaY ., "L.
Teachers program ,
-' .. 4 2122 Baldwin Street, Boy. 1223 Roland Street Boy.
morning Aug. 22 in'New Stanton High School auditorium. -:' ., .
: :. : .,' S Mr. & Mrs. Willie
it .... S r 4 Darsey, Mr. & Mrs. tfohn H. Me-
Listed in "WhWho'in America. distinguished: speaker : .. ... 4337 Jerrome Street, Boy. Clain, 1030 W. 25th Street
author.of maay'*eu-known books and has for many years been, :: :. ry.yF" i-' Mr. & Mrs. Randolph Love, Boy

; much sought-after speaker on the nation's lecture circuit. Pro- 605 W. Beaver Street Girl. Mr'Mrs.. Alfred Duncon.

grain'feta ,under way at8:15 a.m. Mr. & Mrs. George Bennett, &10 Tyler Street, Boy.

932 W. Duval Street Girl. Mr. & Mrs. Oscar Laidler
ANNUAL DAY PROGRAM be, celebrated Aug."
WOMEN'S will ,
s Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Vickers
1 1 -t aw 1091 Florida Avenue Boy.
28 at jAi, Ararat, Baptist Church with programing under the 714 Ct. D. Boy.

direction of.MRS. HELEN ,L. MURREKK, program chairman Mr. & Mrs. Robert Starkes,
assisted. j>y MRS.' FANNYE LAURA .KB., Serving as general 4FY1 7221 Marks Street, Boy.
chairman is.MRS.PEARL TIMMONS. MRS. HEZEL LLOYD iscochairman. Mr. & Mrs. Walter Smith Union St. James

MRS. LEOLA L. POWELL, .secretary, and MRS. 1105 Kings Road. Boy. Plans TeaA
trea MISS MARTHA GLORIA JONES, Assn.
EMMA OILLIS. :{u er Mr. & Mrs. Oscar Kellam,
,dean of women .will 'be principal speaker at the 11 a.z. services' w F 6409 Lebeha Street, Boy. tea is planned for Sun
and ATTY. BERNICE GAINES will highlight_ _the speakers platform _. _I_ Mr. & Mrs. George Washington day from 4 to 6 p,m. at Garden

during evening,,"zvi: e. 1139 W. 24th Street Club House, 344 W. 17th St.
BEID1 AND (CROCK J'KTIDKr.. ana Mrs Jonnny: Ifc05 9r iiio-wdr9 united under sponsorship of the UnionSt.

AANORGANPIANO RECITAL, is slated for St. Paul AMA in natrlmany last Sunday were honored with a wedding supper last Girl.Mr.. & Mrs. Arthur Sanders, James Association.Mrs. .

'Church. Sunday, Aug.: 28 starting at 7:30 p.m. when the artistry Monday night in the palatial dgewpod and Lusald Street home of Atty. 1766 W. 22nd Street, Girl. Gussie Paige Gray.
' of ROBERTA L. BACON will be featured under sponsorship of Mr. & Mrs. Sammie L. Davis, Mrs. Lucy
Releford and lira. McGriff. Shown :from left to right are Mr. McOriff Dorothy Plow-
,
fit Paul's, ,Junior Choir, .) RS. MABLE= MORSE director Miss den, 805 W. Duval Street, Boy. Hightower. Mrs. Sarah Smith
the hoot Mr. and Mrs theole Mrs. Dorothy Hutchinson of Miami and
Bacon will be a supported. on talented. program by the: Mr. & Mrs. McGrady Bon- Verdell Jackson, Mr. Martha
well-known soloist MISS LELIA FLOYD. The two young artists Mrs Martha L. Terry, one of the bride's sisters ner. 97 Margaret Street, Boy. Lee Porter, C. & Timber and

are New tantop High: students! and are active participants in the Mr. & Mrs. Willie Stewart the choirs of Emanuel Baptist

school's various musical groups, MISS .BACON studies organ 1207 Weare Street, (Twins) Church are some of the program
Mt.! Tabernacle'sMen's
with PROF. A. N. GREEN anji ,is a piano student ,with MRS.. Wedding Bells \ Ararat Slates Girls participants.

EVELYN SQUIRE FOY.. -" APPLICATION FOR Women's Day Aug. 28 Day Set S COMING NXT WEEK

THE SACKBELTPN, SR's announce the engagement and ensuing MARRIAGE LICENSES Rev. C. S: Felder, presidentof .
Aug./27 nuptiak of their,daughter THEOPHANE IMALDAto Women's Day pro-, the Florida State Sunday "The Natural Look"
A/3CT HER ON LEE CREWS, JR., son of MR. AND MRS. Fred Deal, 1058 Ellis St., 59 Annual School and BTU Congress will
in the
Sun- Starting
has been set for next issue of this paper will be a sixchaptercourse
HERMON CREWS, SR. of Tampa. Ceremony will take place in and Mary E. Whitlock, 1058 Ellis gram announced deliver the 11 a.m. service and in beauty "The Natural Look."
28 it was
Aug. ,
St. Pius Catholic Church at 11:30 a.m. St. 57. dpy, Church ', the Rev. Isadore Edwards The natural look knows no age, no income group. It is the American
Murphy Lee, Jr.. 1026 E. at Mt. Ararat Baptist pastor of Bethel Baptist ideal: freshness, vivacity, warmth. These qualities add up to
THE EDDIE RICHARDSON'S announce the engagement and Beaver St, 21 and Gladys High- this" week. Church will highlight after- good grooming.Anfgrooming is the beauty that you create.
tower 935 E. Ashley St.. 19. Mrs. Pearl Timmons is We cannot control the features that Nature gave us. But we can
27 their
coming Aug. .wedding daughter DELjORES to JAMES
Willie J. Walker 714 Mars general chairman, Mrs. Hazel noon services during the an- improve on them, emphasize our good points, disguise our poor
McMILLAN, son of-Washingtan. D. C.'s MR AND MRS. C. Mc- \ nual Men's Day program at ones. This is woman's business at any age.
Venus Ct., 22 and Mary 'A. Mc- Lloyd co-chairman, Mrs. Le-
MILLAN. Wedding will be in New York City's TRINITY AMB- Mars Venus Ct 20. Tabernacle Baptist Church, Grooming is basic. The extra touches we add are something spe
Millan, 714C Mrs.
cia L. Powell, secretary,
CHURCH. cial. They are the icing on the cake. The series which follows devel
Wellington C. Harris, Jr.. 1527 Emma Gillis treasurer. Sunday. oped by Anne Philips of the Norelco Grooming Bureau,will give the
W. 45th St., 19 and Vala M. Gibson '.Other committee leaders Officers heading this year'sprogfam basic rules for good looks, the tested and proved methods. In addition -
.AMONG out-cf-staters visiting in. the city is MRS. -ALMA 1423 E. 30th St., 15. and members include Mrs. include Deacon E. M. each chapter will contain a bit of 'icing.' This is called the
FRAZIER of New York City who is house guest of relatives, Willie Mikel 372 Market St., Fannye L. Lee, Mrs. Indenese Pauline, chairman, Deacon R. 'Coquette Cue,' and it provides the special touch that adds sparkleto
20 and Marva J. Jones, 1934 W. T. Bradley, co-chairman, L. a sensible beauty program. The dictionary defines a coquette as
the WATTY FRAZIERS. 6th St., 21. Everett Mrs. Elizabeth Young, one who 'without affectation endeavors to attract' Don't we all!
Paul P. Clark, 1010 Mt. Her Miss. Elizabeth Bess, Mrs. V. Jones, secretary. The columns will, we trust, be a handbook for you a guide to
THE WILLIAM BESTS are entertaining New York City's MRS man St.. 49 and Lettie C. Miller, Evelyne Walker, Mrs. L. L. Charles Reed, treasurer program sensible grooming habits, plus a clue to the beauty tricks that make
exciting well attractive!
committee, C. A. you as as
CONSTANCE GLOVER GRIFFIN. 1008 Mt. Herman St., 45. Powell, Mrs. A. Williams, Miss
r Arnold Doby, 1134 Odessa St., Harton E. Hickson, Mrs. Em- Lawrence, chairman: Maxie The Editor II
VISITING Philadelphia and New York City is MRS. ALPHONSO 27 and Deloris E. Bland, 141 ma Stukes, Mrs. Everlene W. Williams, Jr., Deacon L. C. .

THOMAS of 1383 W.' 8th St. and her granddaughter CHERYL. Louisiana St., 24. Dunn, Mrs. Nellie Adams, Mrs. Watts, Deacon Ezekial Haynes, "t
While in'the Quaker City, they will attend the wedding of her Theo. H. Williams, 673 Van Bu- Lillie M. Dennis, Mrs. Marin- Deacon A. H. Lewis. "r' e a
niece SHIRLEY FALLS. In New York City. relatives and friends, ren St, 25 and Marion L. Gather da Tennet. Finance committee: M. W. r ;; j
will be visited. 924 W. 12th St., 20. Mrs. Juanita McClellan, Mrs.F. Williams, Jr., chairman: Willie I -ID'
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Albert H. Kellam, 809 W. Mon L. Lee, Miss E. Bess, Miss King Charlie Hoggard Oliver I THE i it i ii
.GOLFERS GEORGE S. McCLELLAN and HERBERT GEIGER roe St., 26 and Mildred M. Foster, M. Hickson, Mrs. L. Powell, Seabrooks, Edward Allen, i !
arc participating in the open golf tourney at Asbury Park, N. J., 809 W. Monroe St. 26. Mrs. Alice Conway, Mrs. Co- Charles Reed Decorations: :
following which they will go to Chicago, 111. to play in the National Harold L. Holmes, 821 Spear- rine Clark, Mrs Helen McRoy, Deacon Berry Sheffield, chair- COST YOU
ing St. 19 and Gloria D. Hill 1343
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Open. Several others making the trip include DR. W. ><;). Ware St., 18. Mrs Ada Anderson, Mrs. man: Leroy Perry, Carswell
BUNCH HERBERT DIXON, and E. HENRY and several LAKE- Grace Lane, Mrs. Eve Moore, Norton.L. jsisr-L
LANDERS. Currie Cunningham, 809 Madi- Madison Mrs. V. Jones, chairman of
son St., 41 and Rosa L. B..Single- Mrs. Ethel heads the tag '
Corine youth boys; "THEY ARE 6000i
Driskell Mrs.
tary, 809 Madison St., 32. Louise ,
MISS:MARY LOU.BOOKER is visiting with relatives and,friends Simon H. Kohn 1772 W. 2nd Williams., Mrs.. Margaret C:>s- committee.-, / i ,
in Augusta Wainsboro, and Alexander, Ga. St., 25 and Naomi Wilcox, 2067 tello. .
W. 45th St. 28. Mrs.Delia' Blackshear, Mrs. SAY YOU SAW IT IN ... i

'LEONARD J. ROBERTS, JR. left last week-end to visit his brother Elroy Rivers, Jr.. 723 CourtI Martha Brisbon, Mrs. Mattie 2 POWDERS Se 12 POWDERS 25e 24 POWDERS ,49
.. pd family, MR. AND MRS. HOWARD O. ROBERTS of 25,and Mary L. Stokes, 2050 W. Sears, Mrs. Flossie Brewer, THE FLORIDA STAR -

Chicago. Otljer stops ,on his itinerary will delude visits with 40th St. 26.Alexander. Mrs. J. E. Davis, Mrs. Isabell

friends and relatives in .Cleveland! Ohio and Detroit, Mich. I Stewart, 1113 Julia Stewart, and Mrs. Maggie Lee
St.. 44 and Lucille Collins, 1103 Price.

RECENT guests of THE WALTER FULTONS 2144 Martin St., Julia St.. 45.Harrison Other Committee Chairmen ;
were MR. AND MRS. L. FULTON of Savannah, Ga. who were Jackson, 640 Georgia and other staff members are:

honorees- many pleasant'events during their- stay' here.: St.614. Franklin 26 and Julia St., 26.M. Benjamin, Mrs. Juanita Brown, Miss. _

Elise Williams, Mrs. Dorothy _
Crowman Donald, 1650 W. 31st
AFTER spending several days visiting with his mother, MRS.. St., 26 and Shirley A, Simpson Johnson, Mrs. Willie Mae
ROSA. BRYANT and sister MRS. MABLE YOUNG in Tampa, 8038 Waxwain St.. 18. Thomas, Mrs. Oretha Bailey Y N
JOHN W. BRYANT of New York City, stopped"enroute home to Horace Green, 4221 Santee Rd., Mrs. B. Harris, Mrs. Cather-

,see his brother and sisters, LEE E. BRYANT WALTER BRYANT 46 and Verdell Todd, 4221 San- ine Moore, Mrs. Dorothy J. S _

MRS. RATIE M.B BRYANT, and MRS..ROSA LEE RAGINS. tee- Rd., 35.Herman Thomas, Mrs. Pearl Thomas,
of.Jacksonville.' Hopkins, 1177 W. 8th Mrs. Ella Porter, Miss Deloris _
St.. 25 and Mable L. Turner, 1768 Anderson, Mrs. Velma Lopez,

RECENT breakfast party guests of MRS. JEWELL DANIELS, Cleveland Ave., 20. Mrs. Ethel Robinson, Mrs. Lu- I L
.2921 Willow St., Southside, ;were MRS. VERNELL ALLEN*, 'sis- Silas E. Jones 1766 Cleveland cille Bell, Mrs. Ruby Johnson, _
St., 20 and Betty A. Thomas, P.O.
.ter-in-law, MRS DOLLIE ALLEN of .Orangeburg, S. C. and Box 133 Butler Fla. 18. Mrs. Avie Moore, Mrs. Marie a r yrura
their children.Quests later motored .to Miami to visit friends. Jenkins.

Napoleon Jackson, 653 Pippin Mrs. Rosa Lee Johnson, Mrs.E. .
VACATIONING in Philadelphia with relatives and friends !is St. 22 and Joyce A. Green, 1211 Dunn, Mrs. Quita Gaskins, do jT
MISS CARMEN M. ATKINS the daughter of MRS. INEZ Pippin St... 17. Mrs. Ruth Carter Williams. rassn
SCARBROUGH, 2464 Ellington Ave., Brooklyn and Long Island, Earnest Williams 533 W. Mrs. Marian Smith, and Mrs.
N. Y. are included in her visits which terminate Sept 1. Orange St. 20 and Doris Delifus, Emma Williams.
1308 Johnson St., 18. r
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MRS, 6. WRIGHT was recently entertained with a birthday
party in her honor hosted by her daughter MRS. JOANN DAVIS.
2038 York St.. Guests included MR. AND MRS. HARRISON.

MANNING. MR. AND MRS. GILBERT WRIGHT JR.. PETER Those -b j y 4 f Y\ _

DAVIS MRS. FRANCES JOHNSON, and MR. AND MRS. GIL-

BERT WRIGHT, SR. _
who

GUESTS of THE F; F. DONALDSON'S, SR. were the WALTERL. _
PRITCHETTS and' son ERROL of Atlanta. Ga. at the DON' live in \g5style. _

ALDSON'S 1660 Tyler St residence The Georgians were feted _
by MRS; I... M .ALSTON, MRS. PRITCHETTs aunt and also *
by the F. F DONALDSON'S JR, who took: the guests to Ameri- M

can Beach and other sites of interest MRS. PRITCHETT is the

former _BETTY JEANNE DONALDSON.MRS. .. The"home team"of Mr,and Mr" Meredith Gourdine.The children left
tI to right are Traci; Meredith Jr.; Toni; and Ten. "My doctor recom-

RUBY HARRIS ot Philadelphia was the recent guest of : mended Carnation for every one;of their formulas"says Mrs Gourdine.EngineeringScientista .

her sister. MRS. ETHEL McNAIR of 2024 York Lane. During her 1

stay MRS. HARRIS was also entertained by MRS. ADELINE 11 former Olympic athlete

BROWN. MRS. HARRIS granddaughter YVONNE accomjJanied" _

Her on her trip.AZATICN. .- r. 4 -helps raise his own"team" on CarnationYou

X>N V are REV. FLOYD McADOD and family who'were'

house guests of REV. McADOO's family in Greensboro, milk nourishment .
may remember the track-star days of Carnation because it gets more
'NCamden McADOO's also visited MRS. McADOO's family in Meredith"Flash" Gourdine,member of the into the youngsters."
Ala. REV. McADOO's post.as pastor of St. Paul Luth- .
track team. be
1952 Olympic Mrs.Gourdine adds:"And because it can
ron Church is being filled by the REV. ROBERT QUIRAM. Mr. Gourdine, Ph.D.,is now director of the used like cream-it even whips-with Jh the

Magneto Hydrodynamics Research Laboratory fat calories of cream!I use it in all my cook

i S r ;- at Plasmadyne Corporation in,Santa ing for smoother results-like this failure-
WHEN YOU ABE ILL -H Ana, California. proof custard.It's never watery,always firm
I
You Seek The- Beat Doctor ,"My wife June has a houseful of heartyand Carnation is the secret" Carnation in
a When Your Doctor Prescribe I I eaters to feed"be declares."She cooks with the red and white can is the worlds favorite.
Pharmacists' r-11
Get Experienced '"

To Fill Your Prwcripilosa i : 1 r----recipe: -_,_____________-,

Order According. W.To UM Your Only Doctor's.. : GINif I I "FailureProof1Carnation Beat ingredients to mix well Pour I
demandGORDOH I
Th. Best Quality Drug Al I Custard custard Into 6.8 baking dishes; I _

Dr. C. Z. Etitck. I I' fr.z.u u WtWIMI.wati. +, sprinkle with nutmeg.Put dishes in I

you hive a uste for I : I 4 eggs 2%'deep pan;pour water around

3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS SERVE YOU tiw ftfttr thinjj, always uk for I % cup granulated sugar custard dishes.

Ciordoa'I. rtAM/fcLe fonDry. Gin.. I % teaspoon salt Bake In moderate oven (350*F.)
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DRUG STOlE So ktneethaaddry... I 1 vanilla .
LILLY'S teaspoon 40-45 minutes or until knife'In-
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Pw Post '._' THE FLORIDA STAB Teak Bifllug August 20. 1960
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Simpson Plans Men's 't ? ,: :"
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Bishop Kindergarten
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Day Sunday, Aug. 21 ; r Schools Give
1 ;: Aug. 23-28 Convention Here

Annual Men's Day program Opening Dates
will be held Sunday. Aug. 21 .
Presence of the Rt. Rev. Regarding construction of
on .a day long prOgram at.
Simpson Methodist Church. == :-:--=...:: ,..Ji" : ., Walter R. Nesbitt, Sr. presid- the State Headquarters whichis
Guest teachers and 4 E--: w r1 ing prelate of the Western slated to start in early January Opening
< superIntendents :- -:. g dates for several
Ill.
Florida district of the Church. of 1961, Rev. Nesbitt
will supervise all t, of the area's pre-school age
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departments and the Rev. W. > O\ Christ, will stated that every effort will kindergartens were announ-
Demps. pastor of Beulah Bap ; ': ,,? highlight the 1960 Sunday I be emphasized toward that cfd this week.

tist.Church will deliver the 11 School and YPWW convention project during the conventionhere. At Nursery Rhyme Kinder-

a.m.' sermon, the Rev. O. A. '.x-1 Jointly with the State Workers garden, 7th and Davis, whichis
r meeting of the Church of Rev. Nesbitt further stated
Burns pastor, announced. { operated in the First New
God in Christ convening at that each church will send
;Evening services will consistof Zion Baptist Church, official
a musical program with F Greater State Temple, 338 special representatives to par- opening is scheduled for Mon-
: Chelsea St. Aug. 21 through ticipate in the
outstanding local artists from training pro- dpy. Aug. 29.Additional .*
the the 28.During. gram for the Youth and
community serving on the courses added to
program which is under the Bishop and Mrs.Nesbitt's Sunday school departments. this year's curriculim includes:
supervision of chairman Walter current vacation, the He went on to say that semi
recreation, rest periods and
.Jones and Harry E. Baker, Rev. S. Penn Nesbitt, his nars and lectures for all usic.L .
administrative assistant, has church workers
.co-chairman. are being' Registration of children is
been supervising activities at programmed.La "being conducted at Magnolia-

Women's D'ay'Slated' the State Temple. .::!o. \and FIo, dale, Ribault Heights

A 'tip of th ftpcito Oq .3t, P ul'a 43thAnniversary Puperla's Ninth [areas. Interested parents may
the eoar Aug. 28r Mt. Canaan cpntact Mrs. Alice Hall, 2607
Sol 1 Observance larkspur.
loWg Amerkaas, ISststce ,
country taA ?Ml:Canaan Baptist Church f.JONAH4OINS Minor St Nursery and
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7 The 45th of the. Sunday Aug. 21. located 1449
oar oommnnlty B betttt celebrates Women's Day Sun anniversary Kindergarden, at

place IB which to liter, day, 'Aug. .28, it has been an- pulpit and board of St. Paul Observance of its ninth anniversary Milnor St is registering tots

nounced by-Mrs. Mary Slater, AME Church will be held will be commemo Ifpr its new term which. begins
*** chairman. Mrs. Venial Simp- Sunday, Aug. 21 in the home. rated by La Puperia Social 'Tuesday. Sept. 6.

kins co-chairman v and Mrs. bf Mrs. Christian Jordan: 13- Savings Club 'Sunday. Aug.. i Mrs. Vivian Williams prin.

Adessia Burgess has been selected ((37 Rushing St. 21 from 4 to 6 p.m. in A. L. cipal states that the school-

J. as pastor for the day. A program, featuring the. I. Lewis YMCA, 582 W. Eighth has been doubled in size with
: : Also servingin officer posts City's leading artists will be. St. the construction. of new facili-
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c .a are Mrs. .Thompson, presented. Starting time, 3-. Principal speaker will be ties recently completed. Many

program committee chairman; p.m.You. Mrs. Vera Davis, YWCA.teen. new additions to the curriculm

committees, Mrs. Edith Daniel, director. Mrs. A. Douglas will have been added.

Mrs. Pearline Carter, .Mrs. .THROUGH JACKIE Famed trumpet man.eM can't voteifyou're serve as mistress of ceremon Tuesday, Sept. 6 is also thc
,Odessia Burgess and Mrs. Es singer Jonah. Jones right took out an unsolicited $500.00 NAACPlife ies. fall opening date for New

sie Bell Adams. membership this week through Jackie Robinson. co-chairman, notregistered Jacqueline Smith and June Hope AME Kindergardcn, 17-

we.IIt Captains Group 1 and 2, ."of 'Ascociaiion's life membership committee. His manager. Watkins as guest soloists will th and DaviS: Sts. children,
Mrs. A. Burgess and Mrs. y. Sam Bark, left also contributed. Mr. Jones.is among an expanding enhance the program which aged two to six are accepted

w Simpkins, respectively. Mr .; list of top drawer celebrities supporting the civil rights will feature numerous other it has been announced.

: Beatrice Jones, Group 3, Mes- struggle through NAACP life memberships. talent.

dames Elizabeth Jordan and

Artie Ray, Group 4, Mrs. An- tI1i1 1IuI IIi1IUM
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It I nie Felton and Mrs. Lossie

t! Eubanks. -

Duval ALBERT Vocational HAWK Union Community AME 4' .

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Pepsi Cola Dealers are prou 12tK) Church Fetes League'Impressive :.:.::.it... .:::..: ." :
to salute Albert of the
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grade class who is very active, 6
in school and church activi- exercises marked n!!! :71
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ties. He is president of the -reorganization of the ACE :

Student Council president ofl League Sunday, at 6 p.m. in

Speech and Dream Club, vicg Union Community AME Vii; d .. t _

president of the senior clasp -Church with Mrs. JeneVee

and president of the junio ,rocket of St. Stephens ,AME S.. '

Choir at his church. Hobbi Church heading the program. '' r
are music and dancing. Inspired by a group of young 3 a \ ;S $Sca

.r. *. *- *- *- *_ k' _*__*__*__*_ people who desired to cut) i _
.over an active Christian program

Mrs. Crocket, a staunch
church worker with wide experiences
from Sunday School
activities to other department N*" '

encouraged the youth to carryon : '

t project.courageously in their new x.. S. : : & _

Officers elected were: Miss i :

Elaine Rose, president;. Miss T 7 ......-:

ur Rose Mary Griffin, vice presi.

dent; secretary, Miss Betty

Nelson; Miss Mary' Jean Fant,
BEATRICE BULLARD
recording secretary; Mrs. A.
Duval Vocational
B. Houston, treasurer and supervisor -
Beatrice is a member of the.
of youth; chaplain,
10th. grade class vice presi-
Joseph Nelson; assistant 'fi-
dent of the Homemaking Club
nancial secretary, Miss Myrtis
and has received awards for '
,
Rose, .and the Misses Griffin
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scholarship. She is also an, and Rose, chairmen of the : 't a ;zI
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'Active member of St. Thomas program committee. ..
Baptist Church and likes to
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spend her spare time sewing and its program: was given by >:t <>,,
and reading. nM Vw V .lI
the pastor, Rev. James Campbell
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Ct. "V Whaua carefree way to travel. Have a song felt a picnic along the
r. JQhnsonary of 250 E. 27lh. : PARTYTOGETHER.
Street way-. or play games and have your refreshments. Just imagine all the.lun

JPNES-Miss Cecelia of 6217 you can have this season when everybody is in a gay "go by CharterCoach"

Moncrief Road. '.
S mood!
SMOAK-Mrs. Essie of 22. .

I Bernard Street, St. Augustine. .
HAULS-James of 1639 W. Who charters Jacksonville Coaches? Schools colleges and professional

R j. I 16th. Street.FISHERThomas. organizations for field trips and social outings. Church groups for tours
J. of 3309
Ardisia Road. G 0 BYCHARTER S and group meetings. Clubs and social groups for following Jacksonville's

t S'-DTH-Mrs. Irene of 2206 many sports activities. Industrial companies for employee field trips
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AKINS Pullman StreetWALKER .' and shareholder meetings. Private individuals for a progressive party
-Benjamin B. of -
Duval' Vocational 906 Dewitt Street. -, :- ._- and the increasingly popular "mystery trip."
Tribute ia paid to Lloyd of -
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JACKSON-Carpenter J. of :_
the 11th. grade class who is,1
an honor: student, member of; 31311 W. 30th. Street. ... There are no traffic-jam worries. It's safer because you have a professional
-SANDERS Robert of 138.
the speech and dream club, Central Avenue.- driver whose only responsibility is your pleasure and comfort. And
president of the class and has
teROWN-Augustus of 1350 it's economical by far.
received several awards for 1 .more .
attendance and scholarship. : 'ridier Street. -. COACH ; i:. S '. .
fdAN50N-Mrs.- Lillie B. 'oi.
Jt W }If X "A: w" 1706 W. 33rd. Street : .{' ," How do you go about chartering a Coach? Simply assemble the facts of

>* fcOYD-Mrs. Annie of 1414.. :_.j' 4 your activities such as the number of people involved. date, itinerary .
Listen To PepsiMuslcQuwt ;
'Friday. Madison StreetMANDRYArmstead of 911, "f .J {. and time needed and phone ELgin 47881.

>* Tyler StreetCOPELANDMrs. _. '.{: .)1 .

Niles 10:30 to 11:00For Evelyn of : .,... _.; The low per person cost will surprise you! _r _
744 W. Monroe Street S-S ,
Phone Request -
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BROMFIZLD-Mrs, Mary of, .s ; :. ;? ;!;

EL 6.0461.2 618 Court "H" Blodgett Homes. .. ... '-.

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I ISPORTING IT UPI iTT' 1-----.i'.y ,- Robinson Patterson Says

.:' -_.. To Appear
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-''''-T'-..., : Title Fight Not
'J}]. \.?' (' \' \ At Hearing
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t WILT CHAMBERLAIN. National $; .
Basketball Association's Al Smith who was the weak link ...!'- 't. > 4'{':,.. BALTIMORE ,

rookie of the year for the 1333M in the 1959 version of the Chicago : Try Sugar Kay Robinson will appear To Be Nov. 1
campaign, will play In the White Sox at he finished the season before the Maryland Athletic on
Moylaa Recreation "Pro" Basketball with a .237 average is now the Commission next Monday at a
League for the remainder strongest link. hearing to review his three- COPENHAGENlANI I>) -World heavyweight Champion
of the season with the Hal The rangy outfielder leads both month-old suspension for fail- Floyd Patterson repeated today he would not meet Ingemar
Lear All-Stars. He will be backIng his club and the entire American V. ure to show up for a fight here. Johansson In a return bout on Nov. 1 as promoters of the bout
op RAY (ClUNK) SCOTT, League in hitting with a solid .322 i The commission lifted Robin- had announced.
giving Lear's squad complete mart son's license to fight in Mary- "I'm willing to meet Ingemar on Oct 31 or on Nov. 2 or any
control of the boards GUY Smith along with Minnie Mlno80. land he had May been 19,scheduled three days to after meet other date except Nov. 1." Patterson said at the airport after

RODGERS, WUt's Warrior team- (-313), has been the steadiest i Pedro Gonzales of Rankin Pa.. arriving five hours late from a-----
mate, is putting In two weeks at batter in Chicago's lineup all sea in a 10-round( bout. New York en route to Stock-
Indlantowa Gap with the Nation son long.CASEY. The middleweight fight had holm.
been postponed to May 16 a The champion thus confirmed
al Guards. With him is SONNY r
t Monday, after rain cancelled he still Is annoyed with the promoters -
Basketball
HILL of the Eastern *
STENGEL, manager of the match the -
i ., plans for on previous
League The champion- the Yankees, said Newk could Saturday. Robinson who scheduled the Pat
ship round of the National AllI- be of aid to Cleveland. When nobody "0y :. TT: : claimed he never got word the terson-Johansson rematch for
ance of Postal Employees' Soft Important Is listening players bout had been reset. Nov. '1 in Los Angeles-without
ball League will be held todayat will tell you if s easier to Jack Cohen, executive secre- asking Patterson if the date was
Falrmount Fait, 33rd and pitch In the American League. tary of the commission said all right with him.
Robinson had asked for a re- "You knew about the rematch,
Its. Game time li 1:00 Don had
Dauphin to be waived by all the view of the suspension in a
but told That's
The CIAA board of directors National League dubs and nobody me. whyI
p.m. fourIn petition to the agency last turned down Nov. 1," Patterson -
has authorized the CIAA the American, but he came to month. said. r
news service to select an all- the Indians for more than the Notification that he would Asked where he would like s A
conference team for the 1960 sea waiver price of $20,000ST. 6 appear at the hearing next week the bout to be held Patterson
son. Approval for the news ser- was received in a telegram from said Los Angeles was all right,
New York today
I lice's action came unanimous Robinson from said. although he would prefer New

agreement of the board at its LOUISPi cher Hum- Maryland, Cohen a ,member of the York or Chicago. 6
48th session.Milwaukee's berto Robinson a bright prospect National Boxing Assn., asked "It's closer to home," the
with the Philadelphia Phillies dur- other NBA states to go along champion said with one of his
Hammerin Hank ing spring training, last week was with its suspension. A similar rare smiles.
t.
4V_ went to boxing com- Patterson explained that he
Aaron and Ernie Banks, of the sent to Buffalo of the International request
missions in California New wanted to start his tour of
Chicago Cubs, arc staging a real League. York and lfassachusettwhich\" Europe in Sweden because of
tight race for tho home run and The slender hurler with the whip! are not NBA members. "all the nice letters" he had received .b
runs batted in championships! of lash delivery evidently failed ,jo from Swedish fans after
the National League. live up to expectations. The Phil his knockout victory over Johansson 1
Banks, defendin; RBI king and lies had hoped to use him as one TWO MEMBERS of United Stales Olympic team received Tuskegee Institute In New York on
runner-up to the Braves' Ed Mathews of their leading starting pitchers. Salk shots against paralytic polio prior to scheduled de Grid Schedule Set June 20.Asked.

for the 1959 finer title, is partwe August 18 for 17th Olympiad in Rome. Dr. W. TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE Ala. whether he was going .r;
currently deadlocked with Aaron Kenneth lane (center), of National Foundation's Medical Johnson C. Smith University replaces to look up Johansson while in

for the HR crown at 30. Five former Xavier (0.) University department, gives shot to Oscar Robertson, one of nation's Xavier University, New Orleans didn't Sweden come Patterson to meet sa Johanssonbut 1 d. "I TLOYI PATTIIIISON:

The two-time NL Most Valuable! gridiron greats are currently top college basketball stars, while Harriet King; fencing as the opening opponent on if he is around I'll see
richer award winner is having playing pro football. They are: champion, locks on. the Tuskegee Institute Golden Tiger him."
more luck in the RBIjcolumn. lead- Steve Junker (Detroit); Russ Goings football schedule, September Gomes Seeks To Regain
ing the Milwaukee slugger, 88-83. (Buffalo): Joe Schroeder 24.The
WHlie Mays of the hapless San (Denver); Don St. Jphn (Boston); Stars' Robinson Charlotte, North Carolina' White Sox Purchase Floyd Junior Lightweight Title
Francisco Giants: is still in the No. and Terry Meyer (Ottawa). Satchel Gets college a member of the CIAA Robinson From San
Diego
2 spot in the batting race. He plays Tuskegee for the first time NEWYOIIK (AND -Harold
trails Norm Larker Dodgers, .345 in Charlotte. Xavier, a long time CHICAGO The Chicago White Gomes, a former worM l junior
to .341. Signed By Major Hall foe, an annual opponent cf) Tuske Sox announced that they have acquired lightweight champion, will makean
Degree; gee, discontinued all intercollegiate Ml-handed hitting outfielder all-out bid to regain the title
"N'wcombc the Watch This Clown t athletics at the close of school last Floyd Robinson, 21, from San when he clashes with Hash Elude
isn't greatest Ball C1uOutfielder June. of the Pacific Coast League. of Manila in their rematch in San
pitcher in the world anymore, League Of Fame Next Diego;
The complete Tuskegee Golden Francisco
but he has the experience and 36-91-20 Robinson who was hitting .323 ,
Tiger football schedule for 1960 in- when acquired by the White Sox. Elorde, a Fancy Dan took the
be It's
maybe can help us. a
Philadelphia Satchel cludes: title from Gomes with an 11th
Newk four and 845-7-944 WICHITA, Kan. joined his new teammates Sun- '
big maybe. won
veteran baseball pitcher Sept. Tuskegee Institute vs. Robinson also had 13 home round knockout at Manila last
lost six with the Reds this Scheduled To Report To Paige Johnson C. Smith University at day. March 16.
bu
in colored -
fame credit.
who gained runs to his
season. And to top this off, hewa Charlotte..
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1 Indians In 61
2 Cleveland hall and later in the major
blasted*from the mound by :
Oct Tuskegee Institute vs. Fisk
f honored for his
1 The Cleveland Indians announced league' will be
the Washington Senators in his 3 university .at Nashville.
first American League start 1 --- that they had signed Melvin Robinson long contribution to the game Oct. 8-Tuskegee Institute vs. You Don't Hare to Go to Town to Get
3 National Bafbtll ConCTPV5C -
( However, the big fellow may of the New PhiladelphiaStars when the Clark College at Tuskegee.
itlli be handicapped by a pulled to a contract for the 1961 of \vhuh" ,he is an alum-full Oct. Tuskegee Institute vs. LOW PRICES
award him a degree in
muscle in his groin which 45-66-27 season. nut Knoxville College at Tuskegee. _
and rert monj, Aug :
benched him for most of the National The 20yearold'outfielder Is rap gown ,Oct. 21-Tuskegee Institute vs.
L League season. Seeing ax- 863-50-905 scheduled to report to Cleveland at 19 Morehouse College at Columbus .
tion in 88 2'3 innings, Newcombe Daytona Beach Fla.. for spring The U1L angular tailored Curler Ga. (Night) 0. Tier
1 Sometimes he's up Robinson will U the leading graduate from
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allowed 99 bits and 42 earned training. However Oct..29-Tuskegee Institute vs. Fort
Sometimes he's down the Indians' Class B team, the Congress program o\er the
report to Valley State College at Tuske-j
runs. lie adds subtracts DRUG STORE NEEDS
in the Carolina League. last 25-year period. He will wear gee.
Decathlon lie works It all around Robinson, who was scouted and the traditional cap and gown for Nov. 5-Tuskegee Institute vs.
Olympic Coming Attraction signed by Cleveland during the the presentation at the opening Miles College at Birmingham.
Goal Set At 9,000LOS Stars doubleheader against the Birmingham of the 26th annual national non- Nov. 12-Tuskegee Institute vs. Trade Wit Your N..hMtfaH4 Or.g Stare
23-84-5NO tournament next month. WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISED IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS
Black Barons in Rick- pro
ANGELES. ANP) AJskyrocketing Hampton Institute at Tuskegee
new world record ofl wood Stadium Birmingham. Alais .. The latest! In a long lid of honors (Homecoming) We Peli.o-We Abe Fill All Doctors' PrtcntiQ

about 9,000 points may be set in a product of the old Northeast to t li e ageless rooundman. Nov. 24-Tuskegee Institute vs.
t the gruelling decathlon event at the f High School where took part in the Congress degree revived Alabama State College at Mont

1 1960 Olympic Games at Rome MATTER WHAT HAIR CULTURE YOU USE.. cross-country basketball and baseball speciilistluns.hal Mutt may yt t gomery. Dixie Pharmacy
Italy, later this month, accordingto rou NEED KONOLENC HAIR STRAIGHTEKER AT LUST, he roiiMlderrd for Inilimlon In theHall
Rifer Johnson the present title, '"' TWICE A YEAR The fleet-footed outfielder also of Fame, where the name Moore In Toyko

holder from UCLA. 1 4' sy picked up valuable baseball experience of pant grmU or. the 'Ansirleanuallorlal TOKYO Davey Moore world 1302 KINGS ROAD et MYRTLE AVENUE
_4. fll ufra.subharl ia"Uuii> are rnOirlnrd.Story
Speaking at a track and field by performing with the Zion | t ,featherweight champion from PHONES 3-3597-98
writers' luncheon here last week: ;r# y lilt Baptist Stars and the Carver Cubs. Springfield. Ohio, arrived here this ,
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Johnson, said he believes it would T qtrN.k Since joining the Stars in March week for defense of his champion
take a new world record to win Mel has seen action in all 65 of Of Olympic GamesOn ship and was greeted by his op PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE

the event in Rome and suggestedthe the team's games and is the owner "Twentieth Century"NEW ponent, Kazuo Takayama. They > BILLS AT OUR STORE .
9,000 points total as "humanly of a .360 batting average including will meet Aug. 29 in the 40,000-scat
10 homers and 50 runs batted
Stadium.
possible. YORK7he Olynxpics. Karakuen Base

Rater recently surpassed the pre- in. ___ ." the story Qf the world's
vious world mark with 8,683 points :aort leading sports spectacle, will be re-
In the National Amateur Athletic Wrestler Wins Berth broadcast on ""The Twentieth Century TRANSIT ATTORNEY BARON MARTIN

t Union decathlon championship, at(; Kir becomes On U.S. Olympic Team ," Sunday Aug. 21 (6:30-7:00 CHANGED TO VICEROY BECAUSE"Viceroy's
I Eugene, Ore., with C. K. Yang ot; toned to the weaker acaw PM EDT), on the CBS Television *x"a: t. -
Nationalist China providing his stiffest btir cultures. To ETROIT. (ASP- Rudy Network.: got it. at both ends!

S test. Johnson said that Yang, lustiin their efeetlveieis ese- W'1lliams.a 25-year-old father of CBS News Correspondent Walter Got the filter, got the blend'
i who finished second in the AAUj Keniileie test and will represent Nationalise lent ireir.twice e area wrestler to win a berth on the which traces the Olympic Games + A MAN WHO THINKS FOR HIMSELF,
China in the, Olympics, will again ew40tN"1rA U. S. Olympic team in 32 years, from the days of ancient Greece to s Baron H. Martin is one of the key
give him his greatest challenge. :: ..N.1.'s/ Of.411114J Ndy it was reported. Unbeaten since the present and shows unforget- members of the Legal Departmentof
He also looked for stiff competition i !1957, ,Williams won bouts in. Canada table moments at events held due Boston's Metropolitan Transit
from Russia's Vasily Kuinet- Oklahoma and Iowa before ing this century. Authority. Mr. Martin has served
sov. Johnson and Kuznetsov have being selected for the U. S. team. The modern Olympic Games the Transit Authority ten years. In w r
been swapping the world record /l..r.l his choice of cigarettes too, he j s
754 M./ He joined seven other Americanson were founded by Baron Pierre de
:: thinks for himself below _
several I -see why
.for
years. the 1960 American wrestling Coubertin of France and were first
!, "I am always looking forward KongoleneAMrieA team which will compete in the held In Athens in 1896. The Gamesare r he changed to Viceroy! ,'
to meeting him. It has been a great W0ul rat fMfkttt Olympic Games at Rome, Italy, staged every four years In \ I(t,1w
competition," Rafer said of his Aug. 25 through Sept 15. various cities of the world. This .. .
Russian competitor. Summer the XVH Olympiad will CEllor

take place in Rome and will be ;, ,. _
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broadcast exclusively on '
Television Network from Aug. 28 The right taste depends -??_.

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Meet in Sept. 1 '
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Heavyweight Bout Slated .

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Sonny Listen, and Eddie
lichen hive beenmatched for a
r f September boot to be staged in
Seattle.

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announced it had reached an agreement
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j jF CANADA DRY BOURBON The flgM win be televised nationally. taste fine filter strands are tobaccos are Deep-Cured

with the Seattle area It formed into a special Deep- f;&. through and through for just
backed out Weave (shown at left) that the right mildness yes.
.IT'S "AMERICA'S! FINEST"ItlTBCH his boot will be held September weaves the smoke deep Viceroy's got it at both ends
through the filter. -got the filter got the blend!
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said: Listen and Hachen win '

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You know sometimes I think that 'a Reporter W. Ashler. Phone EL 4-HJL

good look at our values should be made ,. C. c.HcCv 'rep.; diaries
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by some of the powers that be among us. Thinks 'ftteaona,'Her.TROUBLED.

We are raising all sorts of sand about .

the golf courses and not one word has her clothing although "I've

been said about the license situationin been so good to you".
Since scientific methods .
regard to Negro plumbers and elect- t -
might provide a means for
ricians. Another fellow is leaving his bringing out fingerprints from ': -troT ? LOVE?
JIkr, [
family and seeking work elsewhere. The weapons that have been washed ( \ : MONEY PROBLEMS?

finally got tired of them tell ing with water it is believed
boy "i Jt.11 t IH her;. SeJvtwn available, If
: 1-11M J.'tl".
him that he had failed the examination that the missing gun might iastr.ctions f.llcawt4. StrictlyperIO"aL
hold the clue to the killer's l
and refuse to tell him his grades or ;

what part of the test he failed. This identity. .1. JOHN WAMSTEKERo.U
JTlp to Duval County Crimi-
is really a situation that needs to be nal Investigator: The Monrrlef -
|.x 10, Ottory Cape,
looked into.I Creek or the area aroundit SOUTH ATOCA

have a candidate for the title- might yield the missing gun

of "Cook-out King." Sara Mae Richard which according to a source,
visit- was thrown in that vicinity.
affair for her
son had a little .S. f *v?

ing relatives Saturday night and the Crown

food las prepared by her dad. He came (Oont.fron page! 1)) t i .z Royal

through with flying colors in the bar- 1 Bottling Company

b-que department. Sara entertained her Integration .. 1235 San Marc>> Blvd.

cousins Lavern and Mamie Francis. With

Lavern this trip' is her husband,Thomas, NotionAgainst Filed STUDENTS PICKET SUPERMARKET James MIddlebrooks. FL 9-4488

Watkins. Tom or Beanie as we c -a 1..led left, Miss!' Dorothy Lunceford, and Robert L. Hammond, originator, '--

him in school, is a technical writer Cily head placard bearing students who protest discriminator emploYment \
practlres against the Setzer
Her Supermarket located at
and is employed by the government.
Myrtle Avenue, south and Forest St. fOR RENT
mother .step-father, John and M-rs. liam M. Madison in a brief Furnished room like Home for right
answer said "Not being advised penoji. Colt EL WH2. 1403
Francis Bush also came down. of which of the de- Davis Furniture Co. Nkrumah Favors 'S mmlt' Ctartkmd Street
Peggy and Lawrence Wesley are up fendant's public recreation POLICE REPORTS
Of Inde. African States
from Daytona Beach. Big brother Wesley facilities the plaintiffs com Cites 17th BirthdayNever

also came along this trip. The brothers plain are being operated on CONVERSATION ENDS SALISBURY, Southern Rhodesia
.
operate one of the top printing sho ps a segregated basis the de. IN CUTTING SPREE before in its 17 years -President Kwame Nkrumah of
fendant's 'allege that in the Archie Carter. 25, of 2948 of highly, successful operation Ghana is hoping to hold a "sum.
the state. PATRONIZF.:
in interest, of racial harmony Bethel Ct. was cut on the left with Northern Florida's public mit" conference of African indepen
Johnnie Byrd is all smiles. Hubby some are so operated, while arm and in the lower left side haste Davis Furniture Com- dent states at Leopoldville from

Augustus is home on leave from a st ay others are used exclusivelyby of stomach last Saturday while pany, 135 Broad St., offered Aug. 25 to Aug. 30. Star Advertises

in the Far East. Gus is a vet marine. one race or the other as engaged in a fight at 703 Stone- so many first quality bargainsto He discussed such a conference .. .
Congrats to George Harris and to a matter of local custom wall Street, police reports In- its discriminating clientele. with Premier Patrice Lumumba of C e

Howard Gregg. Brewster lists both of and not because of any enforcement dicated. Now celebrating its 17th an- the Congo when the two- met at
of segregation by The victim stated that James niversary, the Davis Furniture Accra this month.

them as proud papas. the defendants and still Read, 40, of 95 May Street Cpmpany under the person-

others are operated on an pulled his knife and started able management of its found
Orabell and John Harding have a s I
integrated bcsis. cutting him. He said, they were er-operator Mr. Purdon Davis,

their house guest this week and maybe The suit also seeks elimina- standing talking in front of has steadfastly maintained its Uu. -'-.--- --'.- -- -- _u_ -- I
longer, Barbara Wolfe of New York City tion of segregation of race by 705 Stonewall when the sus- original open-door policy of

and Atlantic City. Barbara is a well- court order-that segregationnot pect started cutting on him. He offering its customers top

known barmaid along the vacation strip be conducted in City fa- was taken to Duval Medical quality merchandise in price
cilities in the future especiallythe Center for treatment. ranges well within reach of all te
The live in Mag- -
the Hardings
and city. municipal auditorium.In Patrolmen E. Williamsonand economic levels.

nolia Gardens. a more technical hense, J. R. Davis investigated. In addition to'its'vast number -
Everything I thought about Hawaiiis the motion named such recreational of regular, customers,

true. That is in regard to the way / facilities as play- MAX IS CUT OVER EYE Davis Furniture Company of-

the girls look. Mable Flagler dashed grounds, segregated sections of WIIEX HIT \VTTH CHAIR fers newcomers to Jacksonvillea

and te Gator Bowl and Jackson- Raymond Smith, 38, of 141 special invitation to visit, r
in from Orlando for a short minute
ville Baseball Park and swim- \v. 14th Street, was hit over meet the staff, browse around \
brought guests with her. Straight -from ming pools in certain. areas of the right eye with a chair during and to inspect the store's .: \

Honolulu and, just as pretty is J o a n the city. a fight at Church and Jefferson latest in national brand.appliances tt- '

Now calm down boys, this I Streets last--- ----J Snndavpolice furniture, and house- 'a .,. ..i-- h
lady is married and hubby is stationedat reports; indicate. hold furnishings in a genial ;c'.r:!. ,;..,," .:'.. .

Orlando Air Force Base. The victim said he was hit bya atmosphere of air-conditioned Prepare Now For A Good Feytaff
While Youth man whom he did not know. comfort. Career In Bartering .
Another, popular policy of. The South' Finest
Robeet Investigating! c"ers said vic- Enroll Now In
Mention foreign girls and tim went to Duval Medical Davis Furniture Company is G>Heoe.vG.I. Approved
Brymer and Albert Frazier have a whole Held In I Center In an intoxicated con- its lowc st. financing plan FLORIDA BARBER COLLEGE

heap to say. Seems as tho they met two dition. He refused to let the which is supervised by the Branch
At Plastic Bag doctor company. 630 Davit At I.er-Phone EL 5-9874
damsels from the West Indies. press treat him for the cut.

time Pop and Brymer are scanning thru Police said the victim was .

travel folders and mapping plans of ac Death Of NegroTAMPA orderly arrested and conduct charged with dis- WOMAN CUT ON ANKLEBY Be Sure TO visit The Founttiinef
and
being
tion. They plan to make, a quickie trip drunk. 'Victim. did not know BROKEN BOTTLE
across the water soon. James L. Webb, where Mrs. Ernestine Harris, 27, of Sundries
he
when r
was he
hit
was ,
We have heard everything.. Calvin 21-year-old white youth, was police said.Patrolman. 1141 Evergreen was cut on the
charged with the first degree ankle last Saturday during 2025 West 45th St.
Christopher tells us that he is about. to murder J. C. Adam investigated right 'b 1It') t1' .

tie -the knot in a few day&. He declares plastic bag Monday slaying in of an a alleged sleep- an, police argument reported.The with. her husband i I For Your -

that he is ready to give the bLi ssfulso ing Negro man this week. victim stated that she Cosmetics Baby Needs

they cay life, another fling. We'll Facing hearing in Justice of WIFE OVER STABS DISAGREEMENT HUSBAND and her husband, Clarence Breakfast Lunch Snacks Patent Medicines Sundries

believe it when we see it. Peace to Court jail, to Webb await was returned Emmett King, 36,- 726 Ct. A Harris, 31, were having an -:- Pit Bar-B-Q ServedFAST FREE DELIVERY-
a grand.
threw'water
when he a
jury hearing Sept. 13. was stabbed, in the right side argument William 'Doc' Jimerson, Prop. Call PO 5-4572
ipO APPLY FOR ENROLLMENT AT BETHUNE-COOKMAN COLLEGE. According to of chest when he and his wife jar on the floor breakingit.
JUT ONLY 150 CAN IE ADMITTED police Webb Mrs. She was cut on the ankle bya
Gladys King, 33 became
found ,
DAYTONA BEACH. Fl. (ANP)-Or. William A. McMilUn, dun 33yearoldLearain piece cf the bottle. The vic- Starts Sundov
.f B.thun -Cootman College announced that more than 600 young Jewell sleeping in his car last engaged in an argument last tim was taken to Duval Medical For 7 Big Days''
people' had mad application for admission to the 1960 Freshman class. Saturday. The police report Sunday, police reported.The Center by Dallas' Graham StrandiSGHXXKQOHX
Duo to the revised program of Bethune-Coolman College In which in- stated that the defendant victim stated that he
divldualized attention is firen each student not more than I ISO will smothered Jewell with a plas- was sitting on the porch with ambulance. IV
Patrolmen B. E. Baxter and
bo admitted. tic bag for no apparenf his wife. when he told the ,,... -
C. reason. K. R. Brown investigated. METRO-GOIDWYN MAYER*..-.SAMUEL GOLDWYN,JITS**" j\ '
The policefurtheer disclosed children to go to bed. He said s s e QY
that results of an autopsy per- his wife told them they did not TWA Adventures oft +
.
Mississippi Mob formed on. the victim showed have to go to bed, then an argument ,
that drinking started. Uganda Claims 30,000 JWcdeberl'} Finn
possibly was the, :;
Have You Seen This
PictureIn While the Sq. Mites of Congo Area
reason why the murdered argument was in

National Magazines? Defied ,By Tiny remained asleep while the man alleged -. progiess, Mrs. King drew a : KAMPALA. UgunaVr.- The tiny .

assailant tied his handsto pccket knife and stabbed vic- kingdom of Toro in British-ruled AID
It's the picture of a pre+ty his waist and sealed the tim. Victim was taken to Duval Uganda is .laying claim to 30,000

Lounger Hollywood Suit.rirl But in that a beautiful is only School plastic bag over his head. Medical Center by Eddie Cook, square miles of territory in the east.
Negro '
part of the story.This pretty face Results of the autopsy, po a neighbor. em Congo. Toro maintains that f
.... and figure plus lice said, also shOwed death Patrolman J. C. Adam inves- the area was under Toro jurisdiction
< the unique talent UNION Miss The faculty and due to a combination of alcoholism tigated. for 600 years. Britain is not '3
of MargieDouglas students of a small,denomination. and e e 'supporting the cWm.
: has acute suffocation.
'' ; shown the al college for Negroes in Union, Webb who reportedly
Miss., have vowed to "stand.to con
world what fessed
to the police, was said Sun.Thru
getter and take what comes" in
sound thinking to have been TAb seek Fred states that In spire ./ the fact that everything ROOSEVELT Tues.2IDI .
apprehended ,
and good fashion the face of threats from a mob of elte it up. for instance AF c.pt.o. KininRer,103,000* Good
senae candoforthebeau racists: who' have given them 44 shortly ,following discovery of Gulf, 2 pt, lazes eke he kill continue his one nun campaign to 2 BIG 1ST HUN HITS! _
hours to leave the state. tfie- body. hold food prices (fish, naturally) et a reasonable leieL Give m __ Yr -
ty of American look- U yF
s The mob-more than 100 men in R
women. Mar- uin
ears gathered Monday night in. F d 1k
cie'i is
,' success a wonderful front of Bay Ridge Christian College Racial Rule StayedIn LARGE SHRIMP .79c e+ r fd drFh r
I 71 story.The kind on the outskirts of the small
that baa madelAmerica town of 2,500 people. Mich. Realty Case MEDIUM SHRIMP .... 59c
fSlte..1 ta .10Mi. Meeltm ikrln. 0..". 4>t>
so The threat is'the latest and- LANSING Mich. Three real
-
.... .
.
free and Indi RrskN b.e
vidual. Margie most severe harassment to the estate concerns obtained a tempor. OCEANVIEW SPOTS 39c k4 f
R Douglas selects college, which has only six .faculty ary Injunction Saturday against a (
only clothes members and 12 Negro stu. rule prohibiting discrimination on SHEEPNOSE Lout PT.OCt.SS u. 35c :.

that are new dents m, its first year of opera- racial or religious grounds in sale ST. AU6USTINC BRAND. TREADED :, _
and smart and tion. Four of the six faculty members of property by state licensed brok SHRIMP 2Viu. PkI- ,wn,. 2.45 I
hay .wide .appeal including the school presi Ct tBE ,
to Amen, "Lent. Rev. J. Horace Germany, ers.The rule was an outgrowth of the SKYWAYS HAND IRU ED
can women are whites. state investigation into the point SHRIMP ,>4-U. ft s. per rk,. M.45
which she sells
from her"tun" U. S.Asked To"Sof system used in the Grosse Pointesfor CATCHUM BRAND TAIL GaUl
shop In Loa Angeles and by tens screening purchasers and renters Fishing SHRIMP >.*<. ras >? PIle. 40c
malL She.had the beautiful brocade Attitude Toward Cub of property.
which makes this Lounger The suit alleged that the rule BIG DEAL l'Ir,.. 80cu.
Suit made for her In Hone Xq WASlth GTON,,D. C- The *U. which would have gone into effect
to specific instructions. It is aU S. is facing growing pressure to Monday, unconstitutionally denied 110'd Ilutrd wr Kjb ckr
most rayon but looks like the heaviest. soften .its attitude toward Cuba at property owners the basic right to SPANISH, MACKEREL u 3.9cN. 1 oar
depth-y satin. It'i a Joy to the conference of Organization of sell or buy property from whomever P.. when area.d
wear and a Joy to see. Her famous
Magic neckline has a toe. America States foreign ainisttrs they choose and for whatever KING MACKEREL STEAKS u., 49c SKYVIEW $UN.THRV. TUEB.e .
dal trick that bolds it to the body beginning Tuesday (today) in San reason they cboosc.your e
when you bend or mOTe about.. Jose, Costa Rica.
Alwayi flU always lovely.
The suit comes in beautiful rich A small but influential,group of I- I I
colors with contrasting Good Latin American nations, inci i- name in the book CenterMyrtic
Luck motif in ti-color. with inc Mexico exerting the pressure.
ld.Most of us like access.torfes. this group is gains to the conference REGISTER AT
.They inspire us to do greater 330 EASTBAY STREET
things ounehres,and it is learned determined to FOR AHD THJ SAPS
Marrie'e OIBLWWIll
faa
4 1468
Court ft.
COAT 11k Aye ond AtJams Widne
success story that started with baTe any complaint about Cuba 1w
a fashion item like thU.r dealt with as lightly as possible.. __ Isoo CASH KOHIAT .











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