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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Jacksonville Fla
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
July 29, 1961
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )


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- .
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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:: ; KHPiH o robe: : [ Water' Billsom : Jexon !, Near- Dt-- of/i-;-,. Is Saved -Not Sit-In.To law_.Airport.' I

wcj By Heroic Efforts Of 2MeeBy TALLAHASSEE--NAACP

,n q-I ': attorney C. E. Graves
Patrick Collins
: of Miami, told the

ap. pc rdered For MagnoliaRaided '. ."I am a blessed, lucky man.," .. court h ere Tuesday
that there is no need
: These, are the words spoken by a Negro, George for constitutionaltest
Barton; who literally came back from the dead, .

.. 1 .. .... following heroic rescue by Richard Lauwereins of the State law
""""!""'" '
A. allowing an operatorthe
t House was Scene To "Insct.Companies' _a.white_ guard_A last Friday on the banks_ of the privilege to.
SJiaw's Proposal
... ..... at. Johns River.I aid to''go to the choose customers in i
It Of A White Man's ,Death Barton, sitting up stricken manbystanders 1- order to settle an
Books Is AcceptedLawyers in his Brewster H o s-
paused, afraid of integration suit here. I
pita].- bed with his
( A racially mixed married couple, and a house three opposing factions the danger that lurked Graves made'his con- t'.
representing swathed in band-
of ill repute'which catered to' clientele oi. water situation in Jacksonville feet behind the !fence.Lau= ,tention during'a'suit ;
in the hotly that "I
both Braces were uncovered when a Duval Count doors Tuesday July agesdaclared :werins stated that by three Negro; min- I..
met behind hardly know what to
vice squad raided an unassuming blue house at action .to alleviate the 'When I got him down, isters July 14 seek-
and instituted thank the Lord
W. St. Friday .25, say.I ; I ,,said integration'or.
1411 33rd July 21. presented by Attorney aPra3'ern and ing
The two- ; :troubles through a proposal It was a narrow es- he and another Tallahassee's muni-
sprawling worker,
i L. J. Shaw r p res enting the residents "
story structure had Wfc'Vlcfl 1 1y : cape. who remains unidenti- cipalairport res- .
ear l I of Magnolia Gardens and Jdbault Heights areas.*. The injured ship-! '
attained a degree of fied, began resuscia- taurant.
'charged by company worker stated
notoriety a few months recommen tion and artificial U.- S. District Judge
were the same as the that he had been cut-
ago when it was revealed : respiration. Harrold Carswell had
Fletcher Morgan the rates charged by the'city inside
., ting grass a
that 65yearold
a regained con- delayed a decision
attorneys in the of Jacksonville dangerous which '
white man had' I area sciousness, a fellow in the suit to di-
t died in the : ; : .. squabble between the outside'of the citylimits.Shaw contained a mas t e r worker
house. < knpwn to him attorneYs
.fIf, rect contesting .
: ," residents of Magnolia countered' transformer when his
s Conflicting stories ':.. :: : ; only as James, was over to brief a:
Ribault wit h
Gardens and this argument
:.. blade accidently came
of the circumstances > him mouth
: I ques-
'. Heights, and the Magnolia the fact: that there into contact with a
of the ; .
death circulated respiration. tion for him, noting
then. l Homes and. Ri- would be no: way of high-tension wire. He

*t- bault Sever and Water checking: the validity
The sensation in- ; f was immediately frozen
... i j
vestigation revealed 'r: Works, Inc., met irt a of this statement if by the, 440-volt

.- .' closed session to try the, Books were not charge of electricity
that Essie Tran-
Sing : .-. ,: to reach some' kind ofagreement perused.Attorney.- that cracl; c.ed'through
.thaw, Negro,:-and Jjjs m'w : :> : ; *
Turner TranVhajn/-/r, ."''\.. ;- F -** <.u -*rtiOwsJCJi injthe r ,.dis-- J. ':Fgnry. Ms body.:..
1 / .puts. "" 'C'-,1irrl" 4'+ ---T cf, or e. of the
white we rearrested ;
: Attc>mey'Shaw's proposal the co y,'t: .. Pi p rb .I'
; ge
for operating a house, .. ._.. .. :
--- called for the that i -f':the books' : ids back,flashed down

of ill repute. Tran-' PHIL JOHNSON JR. selection of 25 bills were checked:, and ,excess to his,feet and burned

tham readily admitted which were irregularfrom billings were"discovered a hole in the 'bottomof

being the husband of In its July 22, 1961 the residents'=of ,. : the commission -'' his right foot. 'He

Mrs. Trantham. NellieL. issue, the STAR inad .would be -
Magnolia Gardens, and powerless is in danger ,of los
Robinson, 29,; who yertentlycarried a to handle it ,
15 from the Ribaultarea ; ing the toes of that
i was arrested. ibr} prostitution picture supposedly identifying to see if the It'would be a private ,foot.

gave her. Phil John- bills had been matter between pri Barton says"that for THAN

r%' address as lQ25W.7th' sea Jr., a recent car correctly meted out. i vate, ,organizations and only a second after
Street. wreck victim.The STAR
This would entail I their customers. contact; with the wire
Vice squad LieutenantJim is carrying the lateMr. .
checking to see I Police Seek \ was he conscious.When .
Hamlin disclosed .
picture. these meters had been, i BelgianH:
that the house had in this week's edition I
read. .. Young Robber Lauwerins, a marine
been under observa' with the hope of clarifying TIe which ( ; grateLfuUY -
meeting, engineer who has,been
tion for time Police are seeking thanks Richard Lauwereins
some as last week's white ri v'er-.*
had been scheduled
as all 'ofhis
a 'seaman
reports fran neighbors, story. t the third of its kind youthful,, strong arm life the guard whose quick action saved Barton
saw burning
filtered in condemningthe DWiVtr Child in the attempt by the robbers who took sums body,,of Barton, his being.., electrocuted. (See Story This Page)'.'
of from two elderly -
operations of the money f day at six areas embracing =
residents of
Magnolia first thought was one I '
men last Slain.
Tranthams. There hadbeen. July Youth Fort Lauder-
Patrolman Sidney: Gardens,Ribaul leve- of actionto turn off
2I two
reports of interracial on 'separate dale
: beaches
Gaines, of the -Jacksonville land Heights, an d occasions.Alonzo v the current that was Sunday,
trysts in '
the Police Force, other sections to seek quickly cooking the After Arrest police reported.
and several k AlLanFulford,
area residents According to Police
fresh from a Regional cancellation of the man to death.
68 406 W. SixthSt. IMCCLElYJoe Washington
of of
Sgt. Miller "At
franchises of the two some
Pistol Match where he When he tried to
told Olic threeyoungNegx'oes. get killed
white men making frequent !? was places, the whites
water works in
awards for question -
E copped 14 ,
visits to the: took instantly by PatrolmanJohn sort of forced then

house. use with firearmsdis- was prefaced by $800 from ,him :in front' Five lawmen.: Rhoden July 22 off the beach ty mass-
another of his a, statement by
played : of a store at after the policemanhad
Lt. Hamlin disclosed grocery ing in nurobers.
1 that when the Sheriff many talents when he : District Five Commissioner 1000 Broad:St. wherehe Injured In Riot : arrested the victim The only incide n t

Office assumedresponsibilitya delivered the baby of Mo'rgan which had been shopping. it was reported. ,concerned the arrest

plan i j an unidentified moth- urged the attorneys Patrolmen W.T. John- SAVANNAH, Ga.-Police; Baker County SheriffEd of Geneva Smith, 44,

.. was put into effect. Tuesday night..,July to get together and son and G.H.' Touchon, had to resort to usingj Yarbrough said hho- who was accused of

On the afternoon of 25. ,come instead to some of having agreement -* reported that, youth, tear gas to break up den had been called I disorderly; conductfor

JoLy'23, arf. officer The young patrolmanreportedly answeredan 1 excessive b,i ckering beat Fulford abou.ft'the riotoas acts. by some to investigate fight sand ..throwing,'

made date at face and after 21 between Washington Miller reported.
a the calldeliv-. involving myriads of 1,500 patrons July
urgent taking his wallet, and his brother Rufus said to
Negroes were
house was admitted following di s orders
ered the child cut people.
fled in different di-
y and was introduced to the, umbilical cord, This promptly instituted which broke out whena Washington atthe latter have spred blankets

Miss Robinson. After and tied it. The elk a floor dis- rections.The.officers_ group of rock-and- house in West on the beach and wadedin
stated there
the financial phase tire operation was7 cussion .between at- was no roll stars failed to Macclenny. it was also dis
transacted explanation why Ful- make an advertised Joethe sheriff said, closed.
wasx arrests performed in the home toraeys ShawSchwartz ap-. ,
ford sucha
J carrying
allegedly jumped'.on stated "It
were quickly of the mother. and Rothstein. Schwartz pearance. ,
made. He then ,rushed the and Rothstein represented large sum of money.Clem During the;melee,five the officer and during was a pre-planned
Justice of the Peace Vallis, 65, of i the scuffle, the thing adding that
child to DMC f o 11'{ the water com-' policemen were nJured ,
j George A. Harris set medical ,care.; panies. 2815 ,,Park.' St. told .and three fire officer fired Ms revolver -. Mrs. Eula Johnson,
the bond for the Tran- Gaines recently returned 'In reply to Sheens police he was, robbedof :x trucks were called to trice.Polices president of the local

tham couple at $500 from a Pistol o recoawndation that' $90 in change by the scene. the, report NAACP Chapter wa* a-'

each; Miss Robinson. Match \IhAre he won the Condssion investigate two Negro youths in 0. E. Travers, manager added, were called to mong the demonstratinggroups.

bond wes set at $ OO. the 'booksof the 1000 block of W.. r of the Club Flamingo the. scene of the .

The trio has been 14 awaras againstsome the water companies Bay Street., said that the fighting by a sisterof ,
the best firearm Vallis, told "Quit DraggingTORT
bound to criminal of PatrolaanW the two men. Joe
over to' find E were scheduledto
irregularities ,group
talent i n the : ..J. .Lavake: thata Washington, according .
in the code' to hit club WORTH, QC.Telling .- -
i world. He displayed Hegio': : been
approachedhimaiid to had
after '
,coapanies procedures 'playing :an-en- minister to
: remarkable accuracy ;..,".leecUfor: .
RN.g5I Morgan replied that gagMMnt at a whit quit dragging their
.22..38aixi At -the
witk .45
the 'Condssion w r: 'save club Mien it"bee_ feet in nee relations

It was ,"disolosed: that calibre p1atela. not & law. "enforcement tie, *another. man-, apparent that the .W.Uv.Iftj', Prot.H.HeOlee' Barnett
accreditation About the delivery, -.. greeted ;hi* frem behind '
Yoluntary o.f ,
body and could aotprosecute club. Mien it bee.. .of Christian Ethicsin
nursing homes setting up Gaines reported 'that while:'th. firm An.
: ,.
I ,.even.if irregularities ; apparent that the Southern Seainary,
stricter represents this. he, did not hive 'tie aura took-,tke.iecMgr. : Ke I tare were net com- Louitville, Ky, alao'Mii
werefomi I
those sought by for stat"l1ce..18j' with.routine ffeXiee.proeedurehis said ;both .sn lied W Tr&.NMW"M I' FORT UUDERDAI* Cteei ," chwch must

was ,approyecl in partnerperftoned .3elMtrti4eelaredi i; qILJ. art, xeepisri : thatirsign .. .., was arr..t.d.11tL.o. mot'o the last

principle by the ,Florida! those -.' he' that the :....r..rat.i*- ....7._ Up'. ..;. ;'...- i-, / aoaey wYid 'he I .. .. 75 *efre*' ; stronghold of segregation -
.Joint- CoBacil: lat week. _J. was t.".: : ., :" '.; f.; _:: .: Z':r:, ""; A':2 rer.IJ.'. .,8tac:,d a. wed-in.;.' 'Sun....'.....,' in the South.'

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TWo' : :. -' ., THE.FLORIDA STAB .. Saturday, July 29. 1961
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' THE FLORIDA $STAR .... <; .
By .r. ;:
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-', NEWS. ;?,,":-a r,.,_;_ : .-*. ::f-:'
r '\. Eight of the nation's largest government::contractors -

Published by The Florida Star pultll.t1lngCo., \ have undertaken long-range programs
"Member r of Awociated Negro Pres"JBUC policies of
to re-emphasize and fully implement

.O. SIMPSON......._.....?..._......_..._.._..M n.lins Editor f 0 .l nondiscrimination in employment because of race' ,

ALYSON E. WISE......._..............._..........-........-.......N wf EdHor ; : -- creed color or national origin.In .

HILDA W pTEN..........._.......:.....................Circullo.!' Manager White House cere-
;j' monies presidents of
ployment opportunityfor
,MAIN QFFICE.& PLANT. : .. ii \ the eight companies: every American of

I 2323.'Monafef Road...........;>.._:.::.'.....Phone a4678 :. ( ': : : : with more than'760,000 every race, color and
: ; '
z I' employees,s.gned Joint belief.", U
; -: Mailing Address: \. : -. statements with Vise Company presidents
:': 'P..o. Box 561, Jacksonville 1 1, Florida 1 \ : .;-- :tl President Imdon: Johnson signing the joint

-=- SUBSCRIPTION RATES, -' \ \\'.. f chairman of the statements on behalf
Half. Year, $3.00 '- President Committee of their companieswere
One.Year $5.00; ':.t'\ :
Mailed To You Anywhere In The United States .. .. \ ',.' ,,;: on Equal EapioymentOpportunity :. H. I. Romnes,
Send Check or Money Order To: \'"'-"#. : settingout
Subscription Payable In -- ,. president of Western
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FLORIDA STAR-P. O.Box 561 JACKSOMW\M-E 1,FLORIDATHE .....,...1: \. their own "plansfor Electric Co. ; W. M.
progress" in the Allen, president of
,4". nondiscriminatory
field of Co.
1. City and County Civil Service Jobs employment pol Boeing Airplane ;
t. '.2. Negro Road Patrolmen 4i lML 4r:1 icies. D. W. Douglas, Jr.,

3. Negro Firemen : ; : President president of Douglas
4. Mom Negro Police Officers N 4 ,. Kennedy 1securee Aircraft Co.; RalphCordinerpresident
for Negro Policemen, of
5. More Squad Cars de-
s gU General electric Co.;
tt ,scribedthe
f a cI W. B. Bergen, presi-
South Con'tSolve. Problems event.as dent of the MartinCo.
\ \ an .; L. Atwoodpresident
A recent statement "On the Denial of Constitutional = 3Co historicstep of North American

Rights" by the.Tuskegee faculty and : PI1NJ ri0il CS. forward Aviation, Inc. J. L.

staff was entered into the Congressional Recordby : ; : .; in! Burns, president of
Congressman Adam Clayton Powell Jr.(D.,N. .),- + :f: .;: .1 f /.s j/ the effort Radio Corporation of

it vas learned here this week. v to America. P. Gwinn,

The statement, unanimously adopted ed upn: REMOVE THESE OBSTACLES AND AID-'WILL PAY BETTER DIVIDENDS l president of United
the federal government "to: insure the 'primacy qua! em-.. SIMPSON. Aircraft Corporation.In .
I of federal laws over state laws and custoae '. .' '- a statement to

wherever,the latter are in conflict with the '- the conpanyrepresent-
United States Constitution." Weekly ativesVice President

In support of the right of persons and groupe Johnson declared:

to travel unsegregated and unmolested, it -declared 3 \ : :i Horoscope Guide "Au indication o f

that "discriminatory segregation i s :::: how such affirmative
wrong whether the violation occurs in intrastate --f.. .::7- WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR action can stimulate {

travel, inter-state travel, or any other '_ ",. .' BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL I- further affirmative

circumstance." r' action was provided
The Tuskegee faculty and staff denied that By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER ;here today when eight

Southern Negroes are satisfied with' segregation ., = more of the nation's

"We*insist that public officials and othersare of test and ordeal, warding development largest firms-employing manufacturing more

gravely in'error when they say Southern ARIES GANGES ... and it will be between on the 15th. than 760,000 people-
Negro is satisfied with present arrangementswhich Born March 21 thru April It Born June 20 Itm July a! you and your l-eO-8a-14-36-184 presented their own

restrict his normal travel, educational The big news i abound You .could be so busy conscience to determine CJFBIOOBN 'Plan for Progress'

opportunity, economic security, or any right" to be the advent having a good time whether you. deserve Born Dec.. 22 ifcru J'... 19 in this vital field
guaranteed by the United States Constitution. of the solar eclipse that you :may not keep' it ib not.640ui877E41 of human rights. They

"Neither do we subscribe to statements that ((11th). Keep a sharp your customary watch- The greater the number have done so willingly -

the Southern racial problem will be solved eye on any youngsterswho ful eye on what is; of people who because of their

adequately if the South alone is left to solve may be under your going on 'around youlothnth Born spa LIBRA 24 thru Oci..2'- give answers to your earnest desire to ful-

it. We believe this because most Southern communities supervision, and do ( ). It seems 'inquiries, the more fill the objectives
almost invariable deny Negroes any not encourage.sports only good"'aense-' You should not tarry your' mind will be of the President's

voice in working these things out. Appropriate that are strenuous place valuables and or waste time in pro- confused by the con- Executive Order against -

federal surveillance and participation in this and fraught with unknown -. cash in safe deposi-, crastination, when tradictions and divergences discrimination
process are both desirable and necessary," the perils.This admonishment tories whether you there is nothing of the re-' in employment. Each' '
said. homeresort standing in the way plies.You'should find
statement should apply -. are or company has developedits
In a seven-point recommenda ion,the statement for the balance in transit(14th-l6thl) of closing a very a greater. willingnesson own plan, voluntarily -
asked that President Kennedy issue an executive of the summer.Weather The advice :you receive profitable deal o r the part of others and independently -

order against segregation and that the Justice conditions are often or the decisions you arrangement on the to. be acconanodating ,in cooperation

Department "initiate devices to test the more favorable, and make,come under favorable 10th. A chance missed in this respect on with the Committee, ;

operation of civil rights lars and' to deter resorts far less auspices on the could be an opportunity the 10th and 15th.The The. Cor :itteein turn,

and detect undemocratic practices. crowded. 15th.You could go into -' lost, perhaps t'or. solar eclipse ((11th) has offered to give

4-30-44-16-56-431 partnership with< a a long time to come. reveals a period of such help as it can
former co-worke r You will find yourself stress and strain in provide in reaching
NOT VNDCWEAfter .. .... .... TAURUS .,. .... .<. should your circumstances 'pretty well takenup economic affairs. the desirable goals
20 tluru May 21 with the affairs
Bora April
favor thisposibp.it
You should not get set by each company.
a federal judge in Florida dismissed a .. of triendjust at a I
The solar Eclipse panickyno matter how "America a worl d
mail fraud indictment against Teamsters Boss 210661429216LEO time when family and '
(nth) discloses that dark the picture may leader, has the responsibility -
James R. Hoffa and two associates, it was indicated you should be fully; residential demands look. to show
that Attorney General Kennedy would are at their peak(14th
to meet
prepared any 490441623491AQUARIUS the peoples o f the
have the case resubmitted to a grand jur.yeHorrareported1y' and all emergencies Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 and 16th). world that democracy

described Kennedy as "a vindictive around home base. You Should you have an 9-70-77-19-65-971 works for every A-

aoul., should not ignore the opening to clinch a .- SCORPIO Born Jan. 20 lira Feb. 18 merican. '
An important point to bear in mind is that the
intuitive pro tings profitable deal, you Born Oct. 24 thru Nov. 22 The solar eclipse "America, as a com-
mail fraud .indictment was dismissed on a technicality '
of your mate, or anyone -' should not hesitate reinforces p ravines petitor in the space-
related to selection of the grand jury minuteon It would not bd a
else associatedwith for a single admonitions to race must make
preserve age ,
that returned the indictment. merits of the You had bad idea to reexamineyour
youinparticularon key ties full use of its best
your ,
case were not considered in court. To the extent set of values,
the 10th. It is of better be guided by
to available workers by
or prevent .your
that Attorney General Kennedy is "vindic mate with a view of rendering
to your needs, tyour Americana
great importance mate from tackling giving every
tive" in wanting the case coneidered on its ; them impregnableto
protect your interests 'or public relations; anything that contains chance to develophis
merits the of the American attacks from
great majority any
; the 14th and
the schemesof
against direction.The hidden dangersllth). full work poten-
source or .
people also vindictive
others who have no Apply all TOUT 'ereative There much more tial."By
When the head of the largest and most power- abilities to the desire to shine
such to deter
scruples signs of a their actions
ful union in the country is charged with man fulfillment of may impel you to employ promising
them. The 16th is a your better understandingof today, these eight
fraud involving a large sum of union money, in tactics that
short, the case should be fully aired The is good day for constructive daily tasks, :taking would surely: meet with the issues involved great companies are
achievements. certain that : from the 13th thru proclaiming t o all J
nothing vindictive about wanting thatirantOP1CSh7. you are disapproval in business ,
5-10-33-15-75-513 being coapensated 'accordingly or official 16th. the world that we mean

(15th). It quarters. As long as 330991745391PISCES what we say when we

OEMZNI does not seem as it you have upheld your pledge equal employment
Bon May 21 lira June-1! opportunity for
you can expect much principles, you can
The solar eclipse help from .co-workers depend on results to Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 all regardless of race,
(nth) furnishes additional "which Heed intuitive creed, color or na-
at this time, speak for you,and for any
.4 rr:1: evidence that may be due to their theaselves (14th and pro tings that are. tional origin."
1111t you raist not put too unwillingness' as well 16th). trying to gain your Each of the eight

Wit' rcr, much stock in your as to their leaves 2-20-22-15-96-215 ear or attentionlOth) companies develo p edits it
b' Judgment, or in any of absence. This may enable you own "Plan torProgman'voluntarily
bits of information l-50-22-17r56-152' SAGHTAKIUS to create the defeases

k. that ,cannot be checked fins HOT. 23 -Harm Doc. 21 against the rather and independently in ,

: ou should find'it VIBGO Some of you say have debilitating influences cooperation with the
L .profitable devise Bern Aug. U ifcra Sept 28 to abandon travel or of. the eclipse President's Committee

unique ways to perform The 10th and 15th other uplifting projects (nth). Handle the on Equal Employment

your tasksor to are the beet days because of tools of your trade Opportunity.; While

engage in conerce.on during this_ quarter family or career obligation with due respect, in there are many variations

a the 10th. The 15th is for the ,awakening. ofra.ancs *. Do, not fret order to lessen the :in the programs,
' I : ,1 'social possibilities of mishaps they are similar in
I' a day of fulfillment, : functions unduly, as this aq '
0f in, your working some respects,am all
or resunerativs partnership creative endeavors also be a blessing
aad a' substantial environment from not v are aimed at the same
,and ,should in disguise enabling
lose little tins in acquisition.The you to eercape a bait oa through the 19th. goal of providing equal -

exploiting favorable solar eclipse(11) ', raising experience on 5-60-33-18-35-563 employment'portunitY' op

i situations. The 14th .BJ accentuate' old the (14th and 16th). for all
and 16th are days probleaa, if it does;: Yom should be rigitIB Yen tot w. hay.CONfIDENCE workers without regard -
net create a set of: line for a sifatl to race, creed,
when your Bind aay be in
BOy color national'ori
to,boot.This -
occupied bjr JIIJ ny undevelopments- new ones honor, a higher pecl
SCRATCHED MY LEO ANHWOQttlS upeeterl: cefdd augur the begiasing : tiofia huge ecBBsrelal: GROWING gin. > -- ,,

CeatlMgt.il> h'e/k nlr. 3-20-55-13-.63325. of a period order, air other re- AMERICA ., .

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at.I1rJ THE.FLOftID- AWeddin "'
"'\ J 1'61 'n' ,ST Pap ftNej'
/ B m Women's Day BIRTHS S.

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..V._ FOR: ,Sunday At Birth at Brewster Hospital
Mr. and Mrs. Kaceo
Uxoa.Z.Youafc 1424 W. 8th i
.23 and Charlie .,. Hutching Mt. Ararat Brown, 1756 w. 26th
W. 25th St,'2E. Street, Girl.
Moses L. Johnson, 657 e'a Mr. and Mrs Joseph
St, SO
and Dorothy L. HMw
Pippin St;27. : Final Arrangements Davis,125 Jackson Rd.,
Warren'Rowe A3U7 Mars have been completed. Atlantic Beach, Girl.
20 and Bertha M. Ross 1331 1 by"operataig comaittee I Mr and I Irs. John-
32nd St, 21. Tor annual Women' s fowler,5K21 Hollyhock
21 Willie and Lillian J. McGffl Gartrell.,'459 Jessie 805-St] ; .;''.:;., Day at Iit. Ararat Bap Rd., Girl.

Ashley St, 18.Sbp&fsffbcifes. tist Church which id3L Mr. and Mrs. Eug&ie

o y v- be observed with a Matthews,1444 Florida
day long series of e- Avenue, Girl.

vents. Mr. and Mrs. Luther

Mt l+ SundayThe i 1 a general Mrs. Lena chairman O'Neal and is Girl.Blue,33l Haines St.,

T Mrs Delia Blackshearis Hr. and Mrs. Charles
SophisticatedClub : cosh: airman. Other Nelson, 643 Ct. C., .
No. 22
various committee mem- Boy.
Sunday at 4 p.m.in bers are: Mrs Alice Mr. and I Mrs. Willie
Mt.Herman Club House
Seventh and Ht. Ham,! : .:. xY 'q'2f Conway, Mrs. Juaniat Williams, 1962 W. 9th
> pi h a .A i Brown, Mrs. Helen Mc= Street, Girl.
man St. Matters
o fimportance ray,;Mrs._ Naomi Tatua, Mr. and Mrs. KLLiott

discussed and will all b e 2 !'M' t>. Mrs. Evelena Dunn f, Debose, 601 Ct. C.,
l' 8. Clara Wre n t s, Boy.
bers are to be
present. urged Mrs. Verona L.. Stukes, Mr. and Mrs. James

Organized $. ,vs Mrs., Quida Gas: k f n, .Ponder, 1313 Fairfax

tor. the purpose recently-inproviding Mrs. Hazel U c... 9, Street.. 01rl.Mr. .

recreational ._ Mrs. Pearl Timmons, and Mrs. Leephor
pursuits for a younger "'. :;''1IJii.R Nri. rand Irene.Williams. Spivey, 626 Ct. C.'-

set befittingcharitable GAINESVILLE SOCIALITE Mrs.Walter T.Wimberley A NUPTIAL CELEBRANTS-In one of the seasonfs most Mrs.Marion Smith. Boy

organizations nee Carolyn M.. Hart, became the bride of S g't. brilliant ere!:1Onies,Miss Mary Elizabeth Hunter Friends and the general Mr. and Mrs. Geo.rgeFOrd,5519

the club,, dur-. Walter Terry Wiriberley of Ocala in a colorful became the bride of Ernest-Thaddeus Williams public are cor- Vernon Rd.,

ing its initial meeting double ring ceremony June 10 in the Church of in Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Church, Rev. dially invited to .Girl.
elected the following God In Christ? Bishop Henry. Williamsofficiat Albert Hunter of Ocala, uncle of the brideof-' share in the annual j f ME*, 'and Mrs. Dan
as officers: ing. ficiating. event. Smithy 1016 Grunthal

Cecil Williams <- .I -Street, Boy., .
,president .. (PHOTO BY AVERY)
; William Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Charles

vice president; Jesse Alston, 2947 V. 45th

Earl Hicks,secretary, ; SOCIALLY SPEAKINGwith Street, Boy.
Jenning Ross Jr.>. Mr. and. I J.:rs. Ira
T'. Y Daniels 1190 W. 22nd
treasurerT.ewia Davis, 1, ,
Street, Boy.
Jr., recording sec. LOUISE "
Willie Branch Jr.,reporter .. Mr. and Mrs. Sylves-
I. As the, season progresseswe find ter Ishanel 1508 W.
; Earl Johnson, many axons Among guests were Mrs. Juanita VfyattMrs.Aver
chaplain;James Smith, making regular treks to Daytona Beach and the G. Butler of Topeka, KansasMrs.Thelma Lewis, : 3rd Street\Girl.Icr. .

Sgt. a t arms; and .K-Nine Club. They all seem to be having loads. I Mrs. ,Jolita Sitcanons,Mrs.Hortense Williams Gray and l.rs. JOE

Edward King, business of fun, too. and Mrs. Laura Ann Edwards,formerly: of Atlanta, King,2 Goodwin St.,
* # t Girl.
manager. Georgia who is making her home in Jacksonville
Last week we enjoyed a brief visit from Mrs. X.r.and Mrs. Clarence
Members are: Pasco while hubby AMS-a Eugene Edwards is stationed
Gray,Arthur Swanigun, Aver Geneva Bulter of Topeka, Kansas. here. .. Sullivan, 4123 SanteeRd.

Frank Williams, Leroy Mrs. Butler formerly lived in Daytona Beach, It was. a real surprise for Mrs. Hazel -d. ., Girl. "

JBudget,Jerome Harper, Florida and she is the sister of Mrs. Arlene' Idllienthal when Mrs.Thelma S.Small entertained I Mr. and Mrs. Walter

Richard T. BellHenry Felton Hunt, a former Jacksonville citizen. who in her McConihe Street home recently. The Palr.ore, 722 Lee St.,
is now'living in Cleveland Ohio. I Girl.
WadePaul Brown,James. occasion was' Mrs. Idllienthal birthday.
# # # # # # # .
# # # Mr. and Mrs.
Warren Lavey .Mills, Among friends wishing her many returns of the i Perry
Bridge is still the feature attraction most i White, 12511.. 25th
Frank Wood, George day were Mrs. Vivian Weasley, Mrs. Amy Currie,
Scriven, and Toney social gatherings, hence we found ourselves at Mrs. Evelyn Jasmin, Mrs Lillian Davis, Mrs. Street, Girl.
Edgar. our regular Wednesday morning assembly recent- Mary Breaker, and Miss Elizabeth Jones. : I Mr. and Mrs. Stanley

ly in the Steele Street home of Mrs. Dorothy The party-was held on Mrs. Small's beautiful j dpi r:> King, 218 ,Davis St.,- _

Iewaf. Mofh.rl Pinckney. patio*, 1..t ... .. ,, i Girl.
Enjoying the bridge session and the delicious *,* #.**; # -*, *" : .po.. '., ', 11''''. .., : k t.,,. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. .J
Holds' Tea SundayThe repast were Mrs. Grace SykesMrs.Vermal McCone The lovely' Fernandina home of Mrs.. Corine j -- Baron, 716 Franklin

Mrs. Posey Williams, Mrs. Mildred ReddingMrs. Kennedy was the setting. for an enjoyable beach SHIP SHAPE Before Freda Street, Girl.
Hortense Brewington, Mrs. Carrie Parsons, Mrs. party held recently. Joaes can go boating she'll hare Mr. and Mrs. John

firewater Mbthers Lillian Davis, Mrs. Leona BennettMiss Bernice Among Mrs. Kennedy's guests we found four to ahlp'a find wheel.a yacht Any to offerer go with thai Sanders,1916 College

Club will present its Cornell, Mrs. Lenora. ,Leeand Mrs.Emily' Holbert bridge lovers, Miss Elizabeth' Jones, Mrs. Mary Circle, North, Girl..

annual teainthe: form o? Daytona Beach who was accompanied by her Breaker., Mrs. 'Evelyn Jasmin, ,and Mrs.Lillian

of a Seasonal Holiday laughter, Sherrie. Davis. PHOTOGRAPHS FOR
from 4 to 6 p.m. in ,The previous week ,found the group 'assembled # & /* # # # # .
the Assembly Room ofBrewster in the tyrtle Avenue home of F. Henry Williams A Reliable sources: informed that Mr. and Mrs. EVERY OCCASION

Method'ist. with his daughter, aret,serving as hostess. Theodore L. Redding are headed for "far away .
Hospital. Mesdames Redding, Williams, McConeDavisLee, places." If our ,information, ,is correct, then Expert Photography .
Mrs Clara Carter and Pinckney were present at this assembly also 'we can add their names to the list of Jams Portrait Weddings Da.t t3w.
along with .Mrs. Flossie Weaver. P..porla I: IdenW1aJ1os PhoPhotostW
will be in charge of touring Europe this summer. SE Ccmmwrltl W.kPJaof08
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the spring tableMrs. 1 For Newspaper CVTJWklU
Bernice Higgins, summer nyou are invited to brunch," stated the invi- Les Elites Bridge' Club held.a. call meeting U You Wall

; Mrs. .J.]:!;. Davis, tation from Mrs. Bonnie Wilson of Moncrief Rd., Wednesday evening in the Lincoln Golf, and Coloring & Picture Frtatag
autumn; and Mrs. r'ie- but guests found titans elves enjoying breakfast Country Club to complete plans for a Labor Day i Lei Ui Tab A Photo Of Yoa

lyn Freeman, winter which was served immediately upon arrivalplusa beach party.
delicious full-course meal of hours ,- In Natural ColorJ.
couple -
tables, respectively.A Mrs. Johnnie M. Roberts, president, presidedover AVEBY ,
program 'has been later. Naturally,the refreshments ,between meals the meeting. "

prepared for the oc- did wonders in stimulating appetites.The Miss Anna B. Minatte, Mrs. Bernice Henderson, AVERY'S PHOTO STUDIO
brunch-dinner, which began at 10:00 a.m., Ann McIntosh Miss Lois ..
Mrs. Av.eryand Mrs. 1674 .
casion. Mrs. A. D. .. Kings Rd.- Next to EWC librarY. .
honored Mrs. Christen Stewart of St.Petersburg .. .
Wells program chairman Vermal McC ne. were among members enjoying the -
Florida, cousin of Mrs. Wilson. bridge .session. Phone EL 4-7695 For Appofaimtaif
and her connittee _
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have secured some of t"., t.- :-'}, ; ';;,.:: -

the,moat talented; personalities '" :, FLORIDA STAR
to appearon ,.",. -
tho Miss IN, EVERY
program. .. .
Lois Belton will serveas y "
mistreat of cere COLORED HOME S

monies. :,
The various hospital \ I

auxiliaries and clubs ....;,f;.:." wF. ;
of the city have been Glamorize Your Next Party 10 /
invited. ,, f With a Sparkling Clear 'eof 2ne& ,

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A rs. .:"':,ie Polk ".; .. I PUNCH THE WORLD'S MOST ..' :

"In.Sunday, Jtecitaf ;! { ....; 1 z OWL V MAGNIFICENT BOURBON

At s""ieW il :

'It: iRECffiifLY
Noted gospel singer; ',
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Mrs. Jessie Polk will f'. :.' rY' I ,i: J I
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be featured in a recital : ;;;;: .'' .- -.,., i?
Sunday night r : > /
starting at 7:30 P.min { AfScMHw oyrtal dMf top***.
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Sveetf ield Baptist ,.-- -.. .:. ftrf.flntf.fecttoterpwtiM.tf.ncttrtcaptiflnc.. .... DLD ,y' .
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Church, Rev. D. B. 'Lei Thtr..tIbt.ib1,ri.. ..
ORGANIZED-L&teet to join the Jax social whirl is ,Douses tIowIrI. but .r lOW scarab.stro2.n
Barnec, pastor, announced Social. Club. which held its installation cereBony July: 24th ,,with':Mrs.Ibrtense 1MIttw.in.rOW Th,Mrvk r* to b M eaiaptoti AM r' gicicci!

Brewington serving .. installator.Newly elected 'officers and ,y.r lea tarf v. tie difiwCM .
For the benefit of .ertd.. .MIl.. d....i fcI yL .
ma bars standing from left are: Miss Melissa Robinson, preeid ;Hrs. PO ,11
her... followers, Irma Odoa financial secretary; Miss Elizabeth HilledgetreasurerMrs r
$ Mri.Polk baa promised Hattie Peacher, Sgt. At Arae; Mrs. Harriet Kaines,Kiss Cora Bevelre M 5..... -. o S

to sing two outstanding porter; and Miss Asenia Shahab, secretary Other mesbers areHrsMarY i1ItI Ce. .

favorites, Sing Enlow, vice president; and chaplain; and Miss Bertha Rose sick calc 5113 ....ai AN.
J,.aut :Will Boll An .. cbair an. Befreshaents were.- served and a social interlude was. ro 4-4511 .a.
Burden* ,Awtf," and enjoyed. '-

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t1 0lrOblt.I _FLORIDA mm .' _. __ ; _._ Saturday, July 29,'1961CONGRATULATIONS 1


I Heroines .ot Mdc hoHiWTSuccessfulM ,"nuarEven.t:: INearly

:*T L ___ 500 Attend Statewide i ii'

A M.ei's. Dr* I___ ____ 4 .:: .. .1 _

*":tdeyAt i' 3-Day.Evenf In Wl Palm Bcacfi .

r'Ms reo.tal -
.. In one of the most successful three-day sessions

Annual Men's Dayb in the history of the event, nearly 500-

.4d11. e celebrated members of'the: Heroines of Jericho, representing -
the State, completed
the districts throughput
Sunday throughout : Slimier and Institute \
day at the"Pent ol- their Sixt$ annual Outing
pF i at West Palm Beach where they t
.'tal Church 'p f the Sunday, July 23
were .hosted by West Palm Beach District 14. at .
No. 2 located
First Born -
at 1621 W,. '23rd its Masonic Temple. r Following this event \
Starting on Friday, I
St. between Criminal members were simptous-
and Prince July 21the well programmed : lyentertained..
d 1
Deacon Oscar Gates event which Heroine lydia E. Pe-

is general chairman, r was supervised by the. tis who was recently

and Deacon Sylvester Most Worshipful Union. appointed CBA treasurer

Edwards, co 'chairman Grand Court featuredthe following presentation -

Oscar Tuff is secretary -. workshop carriedout before the

Bishop Edward under the direc- ,
board by the'GrandVenerable
t jA tion Heroine A.G.F.
Wl3ltexill be pastor
Patron,- expressed -
a. Mickens, Grand C B A
for the day deep concern "

3imdq.echool ,begins secretar.1,88sisted.byHeroine ,and humility ,upon being -
at 10 a.m. under supervision -, a Alice Moore, selected to serve I
and evaluation of the
of guest superintendent -: in ,her present ca -

Brother -Bishop Sherman L. Greene, Atlanta, Episcopal supervisor, and Prelate of Educational Workshopwas pacity.

Mark Smalls and guest the Eleventh Episcopal District, African Methodist ,Episcopal ,Church, warmly congratulates given by Matron Education Board officers ,

instructors: ..Jo;reph three youths who participated in Statewide sit-in demonstrations. The youths were cited Hattie E. Williams. elected i ncludedRosa.L.Gibson-

Clark and Joseph during last week's 32nd., annual Tri-Institute at Edward Waters College with over 2,000. A highly interesting ,

Sluggs and Rubin Hit-: delegates attendance.Cited by Bishop Greene (left) ,were: Miss Evangeline Richardson of lecture on signsgrips chairman; Horace Gibchairman- .

chell. St. Luke AXE Church, Tampa; Howard Miller of Ht. Zion,, AME and McKinley Genwright of St. words and pass son, vice ; I

The 12 o'clock noon Stephens AME Churches, respectively of Jacksonville; and Dr. Oscar Leedirector of racial words was most conducted interestingly Lillian P. P.Howardfi

morning worship services and cultural relations, National, Council of 'Churches, New York City who also conaended the nancial secretary;

will feature: Elder YPWth&ile serving on, the! week-long institute's faculty. Both BiahopGreene and Dr. Lee by Matron Jannie F. Beulah M. Hightower,

George Tilly pf cite the.youth for having_ courageously* suffered.cbusai'. 'and insiiLts jteinj ,ait-ins Cannon, grand lectur assistant secretary;

Mt. Tabor Baptist in their respective cities i er.At Jouting Alfred Thomascorres
the annual
Church as guest speak; ., (AVERY' ,STUDIO PHOTO) held at Juno Beach: ponding .secretary;

er.The 330 p.m. pro- Mattie E. Williams,
the delegates were
Bishop J. WE.Rowerd.tue& First sop im treasurer Advisors '
gram will highlightthe Rev'B.. Dailey served a preparedfull ; ,
Junior Son's Prayer v V E. D. Gibson and L.M.
Trojan Singers To Preach =Simpson MEChurch'sMen's>D ay ., ner complete fish course with fix Collins. Board boosters } I

Peter Dixon and Benjamin BY-Rosa Lee CottleFirst ings.Water sports and : Josephine King,
Clark In IndianapolisDEDICATORY Bishop J. w. E. Bowen, recently retired Shelly Quick Brown,
Other program fea- 'prelate of the Methodist Episcopal Church's Baptist riill Another games memorable Hattie Jackson, Bril- '

tures will b e the < _SERVICE Atlantic Coast Area, will be principal observe Fellowship occasion took place la L. Thomas, Lucille'

youth hour at 6:30 speaker during the 11 a.m. services Sunday Services throughout Freeman, Frances Mor-

p.m., E.DWhite Club Rev. c. B. ,Dailey, when, the men of Simpson AME Church, KingsRd. the day Sunday Matrons when the'Council Past under Grand ris, Ethel Johnson,

meeting at 7:30, and pastor of First Bap- and Cleveland St. observe their, annual Theme for the day. Georgia Howard, Es-
the direction of Grand
tist Church, Oakland, .
Evening Worship beginning Mensf Day program.* will be, "Labors For Laura tella Smith,Ida Montgomery -
at S p.m. Devotions will preach the dedicatory -, Bishop BoWen-will be will be presented in; Christ. RoyalQueen and 111. E. ,Nella Kickens.,
will be in sermon at St. introduced Rev. A. the church' auditorium.' ,
by ReV. C. S. Felder, D. Gibson Grand Ven and Celeste Rogers.On .
charge of the church Paul Baptist Church 0. Burns, pastor. Nathaniel Moody i s pastor of Union First erable Patron, led impressive Sunday morning,

deacons, and Evange- of Indianapolis, The event gets under-' ,program director. Baptist Church of De- the Grand Venerable
list N.J. Euasty will of which Rev. C. J. way at 9:45 a.m. during land will preach both Patron and his cabinetwere
in the of
is pastor ,
deliver the sermon Dailey the church school lavishly served
Matthew's services t
St. major a degrees on nine can-
The occasion willbe
The is in- when the guest -
public deliciousbreakfast
superintendent 11 with a
V a.m. and 7 p.m.
didates by
vited to share in the the opening of the sal teachers Men's
churcha.new home for -' Day He is president of, Grand Chaplain Earl I on the pala-
bein charge. .
services.' will the St at e ,Sunday'School Seawright. tial garden-patio of
the aged. The 11 a.In. morning Set For. -Svnday. \ and., BTU Con ; Mrs. A. G. Mickens'
Friends and othersin of worship begins ., Highlighting p ro-
Atty. H. E.'DvdeyAddresses the city who wish hour with the -- Rev. Eddie. -Taylor gress, Auxiliary to grammjeg, events was residence.
processional the General Heading the host West
to him there deliver-the ser Baptist *
accompany the "Youth On Parade"
AME featuring Palm Beach District
Convention and is also
with a portion of the monduring, morning which had
SimPson'smale chorus program aparticipants- 14 committees
1, 'congregation may do I Program participantswill worship and M.C. Bos- Florida an instructor Normal and at j.: mong its Deputy Maggie Nelson,'

.. 'so by contacting Deacon be: Rev. P. A. tic will be principal Industrial College.All .. Heroine Minnie L.Ramsey HAM Lizzie M. Newby,
Emerson, Thompsqn speaker at the even- Miss Mamie Lou
Henderson; Willie D. choirs and ushers MAM Leila Crittington,
David Lest, and Cannon Deacon JosephAlexanderLawrence ing services when the Roundtree, and Phil-
boards are asked to W. J. Samuel Brady,
Lewis Cobb a t the A. men o f St. Matthew lip Williams, Jr. and W.J.G.F. Edmunds.
church. Baptist Church, Mon- serve. .

Williams rideau, ,and English'Usher Gi- crief Rd. and 28th Daniel At 3:30 T.Johnson p.m., pas Rev. ::1 Help For Those In Need "

Monday.tM Union' Community1' Boards '1 and 2 of West .St.observe their annual tor, and congregation
t Union Church Menfs ,Day sex'vices -
Baptist Matthew
Announces Event: from,StV Baptist -
serving. C.P. Johnson Church will speakat
Plans have been '
will preside. completed
the district mass
The "M1ssion&17'Wo musical for the daylong -
At 7 p.m., a 'meeting.All districts
men will have chargeof program featuring program of events -
which start with Sunday are urged to be pres-
the, servicesthroughout wellknown local talent .
the day School at 9:30 ent following rendition

Sundayat Union Community Gospel Recital a.in.., 11 a7m morning o f the short
AXE Church, worship and evening program,
will be served in the
Beaver and Everson Planned At services: beginning at
Streetsaccording to 6:45 p.m.Welllmown. church' annex.
I BTU begins at 5:45 iii
Mrs. Pauline Miles, religious
president of the Missionary Church O.f'God'HOae leaders and laymen p.m. Vacation Church
ATTY. H. L* DUDLEY various School continues
Society.All L. R. WHliaaf '
.,..Noted AME'LaymanConnectional missionary ladies citywide churches will through Aug. 5.
and some of the well- Weekly Services

off i- are requestedto known gospel groups be program. participants Tuesday nigfrtte Prayer -
wear white uni- will 'in 'a recital -
appear startsat
HerbertL. services
cial, Atty. Officials for the
forms. Music for the e-
Dudley of Detroit Friday, July 7 p.m. Wednesday
will be furnishedby vent areA drew Sing-
day at 8 .m., in the .
will address members p night Bible Study FOR SUCCESS PEACE
Choirs, and 2. leton, chairman; Nathaniel -
Church of God Steel
at 7 p.m.under
or the Laymen's League Third Quartedy: Conference Floyd, c 0- : HAPPINESS AND DIVINE HEALING
and Blue Sts, Rev.G. f the
of the East Florida supervision o
Conference 0 fAME will be held H. Portierpaator. chairman; Willie N. ..pastor Call Father E. H. -HoltowayEl
oh August 11-13 with Progr.prlncipale Floyd Jr., secretary;
Churches Monday night First Baptist Church,
Presiding Elder T. E. will include the Earl Granger, chairman :
: 1025 Jessie St. invites 4-1502 1119. HART STa-
.at 8 p.m. ,in St. Ste-' Clyde Shipp, and -
'phens AME QurchFifth Sheaee in charge. All Golden Jubilee, Sing- ; all Christians

tand Davis Sts Rev. departmental reports ing Truapets, BivensfSpecials T.C. Wiggins.pirogram to share in its manyactivities ,
cm &ittee.
are to be ready for Celestial
J. S. Johnson host SUMMER SELLOUTAluminum
Deacon F L. 'Kirk-
the pastor's signature Union *
Spiritual, Gospel
pastor. The public is on Sunday,August Heavenly EchoesDixie land,' chairman; Phil

invited.. 6., 'JubileeHeavenly Fire, lip Levy, Carlton ,.
Master Keys, Sons of ntCharlesSmith, ,

:REV.' O.; A. GEORGEThe : Prayer Keys of, SanfordSodth-the Singing ter finance Lewis committee, organist jQar-, Han*...Prosiram'or CHAISE LOUNGES

'Rev. O.A.George of Cincinnati, and Rev. Daniel Johnson -

Ohio,. spiritual servant of healing wind the ,Southern SingersSanford Jubileeof pastor ay-Night

and health std giving blessings
There will be a
Cocoa BeachMother pre- ,
throughout, the United State say St. '"
Paul AME
Laura Jackson, and opening program a t iI
now be contacted XIOS ,ST. .
the Apostolic'Church
Kits .Essie ThcaaI.1Jre.Qu1nel1a .
in Jacksonville. I Church NotesThe 28 FOLDS AWAY EA51lY'
Fracier, Friday night I j
He is helping thousands every week! .
Mrs'e, Ethel Davenport Ada Bracy Choir leading u p to the
God-sent aaan.He ban aLo
Rev. 0. A. George
*" Bannister Mt* Olive, of St.Paul AHEChurch Fifth Sunday Union. .
and where.
tell 1iATION you when' )['Y"$3.O0..PHONE' !L 3-3533.' HtCanaanLittle Rock will present recital The opening program
I First Corinth First Sunday will begin with prayer .
HeVees all and tells all about yoti COM to nit; beginningat ,
; the Altar, of Sacrifice and be ,healed no Batter Tiaothy, st.Hark, DCQT 7:30 o'clock the service and Tarry Service $8.88Now _
SpringEfcarael Motsit churches at 6:30 p.m. At
main auditorium
dis- -
what your coalition, whether sickness. or" Ararat,African Ufrer- .. *. 7:30 the regular pro- $6.6. .1'

efcse.Healing._ and featuring sister :
the. of sity, 6bywini.schurch Friends, .and the gen- graa, :
is our miracle through power
cboin"win Kaade Gibbon a*

-Sod. ...Iulc.11-26. ; ,- -;.,lfett.l9-29- Isaiah.53-5.. \.' 'rctd_out_ the"progr .t. 'i ir I r dially eral public invited are: cor- : soloist, will begin 0cC0Y'S ..SA Y &. -JULIAI ,

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1 Call El 3-9942.
outstanding national -
gatherings the city s It :'FURNITURE BARGAINS

hat 'hosted.He tI k 1 .. New and used furniture for every l'OOL.
exprected personal -
I pride for having : Also Refrigerators, Gas or Electric Ranges

participated in the w TVs, Washing Machines. Cash or Terms
annual event to a Best Prices. ;
group>>' of local citizens K 3 MODEL mrtl -STORE.

including NAACP .
branch president A. "251! MAIN ST. '
BET. Sti:
Leon Higginbotham, _'J l .. 15&16TH
Rev William H.Gray,
form 6r branch officer

and Rev 'M.a r shall,

ShepardjS life msa- _...

ber. 1 ,SILVER ANNIVERSARY HONDREES-Mr. and Mrs. Cordie Lee Brown of 2100- Danson St.were recent Myrtle Avc. honorees at a lavish party given in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary at the YWCA. '

But Companies The scene was enhanced With.,a colorful display of floral arrangements. The festive board Flash: to amYl. Friday 3 P.M. via Eastern Airline CUctra

.. was strikingly arranged with a, seasonal decor centered by a huge silver punch bowl and a Net( Hi-JickHb
$oit OrderxAsxixcrou.r colorfully decorated cake. The honorees were the, recipients, ,of. many lovely and us eful' LIVE MAINE LOBSTERS .,,. 'I58

; gifts." Among the many invited guests were._those pictured above from left, namelyMrs. Eva -
objections '
were raised by'three Shurad, and Mrs. Mary Cook, both. from Winter Park;Miss -Essie BarringtonMiss Betty Brown, FRESH MANGROVE

bus companies Charlie(the honorees Griffin.) Mrs. Dora. and Cordie Lee Brown; Ivey Lee Brown.Mrs:, Gussie Mae Hastin and '" \ SNAPPER lb. 49CWHITiNG

with headquarters in / Mayport Prod. .
Caseyville, Illinois, ', From the Cvtrfladt

Wednesday 'over one Tampa Mayor To Appoint Justice Dept..., Lcicircr SIr..t "'.- "'" 29C I FLORIDA

phase of the Interstate .s6yt.rian. fnnAi/rnA Lb.4.5C/
Coerce Com SPOtS35c ,
Files Suits.
On Urban Board :. .
mission1 desegregation Negroes : Church Notes Lb.. 'Jr Urn Six**

} Stating-order.that they TAMPA-The Housing. and Home Finance Agency; :notified In Mississippi'wA.sxINcror By L. N. fEARSON SR.

3 were conplying fully; the Mayor of the I City; 6f Tampa that he The department Rev. F., D. Wilson, Speckled ELUSIVE V
t with present regulations must appoint Negro representation on all'c o m- will SHEEPNOSE
Justice pastor, bring
and court decisions missions working, on this City's; Urban RenewalProgram. of the TROUT .LB. 55c ,
week during
last message
charged '
Chicks n Mitt 0 r!b 35
the companies '.. ,that Negroes have the 11 a.m. service r Lb.
were,said to have objected The action (by the mi tee.n been deprived of Sunday, supported by Fully Dressed .,
to a proposal chief government agencY The letter from pr. their voting rightsin the Sender Choir :withC. CATFISH49C1 MACKEREL
xaa addressed
requiring posting placards responsible for Weaver two Mississippi E. Simons Jr. at VIRCIN.IA' 'For Weight Watch,"
( Mrs.Ellen P.Gree e
on buses and the Governments multimillion counties and asked the organ. Lb.35C
terminals: advising dollar'pro president of the Tampa that federal court Sunday School begins -, FLOUNDER Lb. 39c
travelers that. all Branch NAACP
gram was taken following injunctions be issued a t 9:30 a.m.
'services are available action by; the Robert W. Saunders, banning alleged discrimination with 'T.V. Huger, superintendent -

on an equal. Tampa Branch NAACP NAACP, said that the .in voting ,, and
basis.. -notifying. the directorof Urban Renewal Program registration. teachers in charge. PREMIERMEAT .
The companies contend the Agency; that calls for an overallrepresentative Attorney G eneralRobert The adults are askedto

thatposting costs the program in this co m- F. Kennedy observe work day MARKETS
and cranks would deface ,city was not meetingthe mittee,community; widein said that, the two Saturday at 3066

and remove them requirements scope all and minority: representing counties are Clarke 'Woodlawn Rd. Please NEW .LOCATION. IN OLD, FARMER'S MARKET.
thus subjecting the forth with regard to and Forrest. The bring lawn mowers. '
companies to penaltiesby the adoption o f a groupS..1 Any community 'registrars of the The Young Adult FRYERS -19c
commission. inspectors '"workable Program." that 'fails to appointrepresentative counties and 'the Club is in the 'pro

t .. Dr.Robert C. Weaver, peopleon State. of Mississippiwere v cess o f being organized -
the commissions
director of the- Housing ; advisory namM.ap.Defendants Sunday dui STEW 49c
"e <
not .
are ;
Big'Firms .
and Home in the suits ing, t'h.a meeting
Financee with the '
requirements "
Agency forming filed in %the United scheduled for 6 p:rn. .
Ban SlasWASHIHGroSFmPloying Branch stated that theresentrecertifica set forth 'States District Court at 3066.Woodlawn Rd. CHUCK STEAK V '; 49c
the agencyyhe
the Southern A large attendanceis
"P for
All NAACP branches
I some 760,000 enployea tibn, for the City to will be District .of Mississ ,requested.

eight more big industrial *- have a n effective, briefed in Florida on Urban Renewal -. ippi.Wilkins' Prayer' service xillbe SPARE RIBS 3 L BS.1.00
broadly representative held Wednesday at.
finse. signed Saunders .
White .Hoses pledges : cit zens't.advisorY ; Policy, ,'. 7:30 p.m. All Church .
I promising to eliminate: committee and a; .. officers are urged PICNICS. 29c
racial discrimination '1 special minority committee < : to attend.
Out r
/ Air War
in their plants i o r 'sub coni, I }

FAYETTEVIi '- On All Forms.Of Segregation Boys Waiel /ALL MEAT STEW49c V

'" < .
.STREETS 2323MoncrieLat }
the week-long 52nd, annual "

.HOUSES Under CoMtructionf NAACP'convention, which closed here onJuly 13th Street CUB STEAK 1,- .. Sge

I 16, was Roy Wilkins declaration of,a 11out I ...
s SMALL DOWN PAYMENT ,s r '._. _
war upon all forms- of, racial segregation. ..' .
Sal.sm.n On Duty The 3,500 delegatesand legitimate instrument I

12 NOON' TIL! 6 f. M. friems,who packed and to see that thereis it's Pepsi .
: Tindley Temple for as longas
.SATURDAYS And, SUNDAYS, t: '. ,I peace
the convention's final
there is any vestige
t session, roundly of. racial segregation IJ for those who think young

MORRIS CQNSTR. CO. cheered f3 Executive the Association Secretary '*'anywhere' -in I I csi I Today we're onfhego as never be f or a.WBI"i the full life.'r .
this land. I '11;s is the life for Pepsi-light, bracing, cleantastingHiimimuijiilIIlL
4791 ORTEGA BLVD. ;-; PO:N2g1.Strand as he declared: ,.. i.:JffeOSi *
: "Wherever segregation Pepsi-C&la. At stores, fountains, say "Pepsi, please"

FOR+STARTS 7 i1G SUNRAY OAYS! exists, whether .. :'. .. 'J ...
Y hidden or otherwise, Royal I Crown. .- :. -

we in the NAACP intend ;.tr i'l' i .
THE REVOLT Of Bottling Company
to terretit out .
: .
THE ACES! to challenge it, to 1235 SAN MASCO BLVD. J/' .

fight it with every .: ..
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..... JlIK 'THE'FLORIDA STAfi- 'Saturday, July 29, 19<

'1 '(= ," .1 ,. .c-t H. S .Ttacners

Being Sought
.a '
r ,' SPORTS ,colUllllR 4 r ;
fJ k ; T Y
J1. 'LOS ANGELES, Calif.-
1 : ; ; T1 The Peace Corps has

By C. PARHAM JOHNSON asked the Universityof

i BASEBALL m JACKSONVILLE has been at 'a very California at Los

low stage throughout the suawr.lt tms a question 1 a Angeles, to recruit
why the team couldn't win under Tom Saff Y" s. E 70 high school teach-

but the greeting given to Dixie Howell. ers .for Nigeria. UCLA
the new. manager was not very encouraging. The rf will give the teach-

Jets suffered a double defeat, and scored only ers .a five-month "0-

one run in each gaae It is iapossible top : rientationtoNigeria11course
an entire rookie team up against a teas of seasoned beginning in
_ veterans, mixed: in with a few rookiesOh f TK August at UCLA and

well,. let it be said the Jets are building for K c ending in Nigeria in .
the future; and let it go at that January. Teaching duties -

THIS PITCHING STAFF OF THE JgTS is by no :Beans will then begin

a seasoned crew.. They have Don Altman, Duane Dr. Wendell P. Jones

Cle>$ent,Dave GiustiWalter Wolf, John W. Lane, T has been named ,Direc-

Kenny Pate, Don 1.. Arlich, ,Hal Dears .and .G.' ..... rc'f. rr- ,. .. .. ,,- -_.__._- ---.- tor of the Program.
Naranjo.DeKars and Naranjo are the only pitchers -- Dr. Jones is a specialist -
who have seen service in other leagues.All FAMU OFFICERS GO TO SCHOOL-Florida AAM University caapus policemen and two city of in African education

the others are straight rookies. ftany of. the Tallahassee_ patrolmen have completed another phase of the Peace Of ricers' Training Schoolat and has tr a-

players on the other teams are seasoned batters Florida A&M University. They are, first row, left to. right 'Chief Deputy ,Samuel velled extensively: in

with several years of experience and they! Gilliam, Patrolmen Samuel Barnes and Warren PittmanDeputy Hack WilliamsPatrolman Tom Africa studying educational -%

know all. the tricks of the ..trade R.. Triplett, Deputy EddieJI. Wilson, Sgt. Raymond Alexander. Second row, Patrolmen Fred development.
t THE ClTCHlNCr DEPARTMENT. AND INFIELD are. .Douglas Lee, Samuel Dixie,' Glenn WadeEdward DanielWesley MSiemensand Deputy Nathaniel Coming to UCLA in _
strictly rookies also/ with the exception off] Paremore I 1958he was the first

/ Joe Wooten who had some time 'with the Memphis ::.... (FAMU staff photo by Horace Jones Jr.) Negro t o join the

Chicks. The catchers, Rene Harte and Edward r"t t -COMMCHCIAL WKBOIM AovcTi.iMa Ners.. fafeulty of the School
Wolf have had no professional experience. In PATRONIZE of Education.

the infield are Joel. Kelfer, Jose PadiHaLeo- Niw Courses Star Advertisers
nard Bell, James Dobson, the rookies have with LiiII

them David Roberts, who has seen service with Offered Ai. ART STUDIO -
Sacramento and Austin and Walt Matthews, Jack- bROY

sonville. Dale Bennetch an out-fielder has seen .' 4-1894
service with Mobile of the. :Southern Association I.
is rookie. W* DeVaughn Sweet,
Ronald Davis and outfielder a
principal of Stanton
Joe Dobson is also playing the outfield. CLARENCE. J. SINO 515 DAVIS STREETJACKSONVILLE.
Evening High School /LA.WHEtT
IT WILL BE A GRAND AND GLORIOUS time in Jacksonville
announces the following .
if Homer "Dixie" Howell,the new manager .
changes in the w
for the Jacksonville Jets can pull them school program and YOU ABE 'ZLL I I
out of the hole. They have held a monopoly from additional or- You Seek The Beat DoeterWHsm
the early part of the 1961 season. Tom Saffell Your Doctor PrsaerflMaGet '
couldntt do. Baseball fans are very desir o u s ferings. ,Experienced Pkamadato *
of seeing a baseball team :in the city that will A complete vocational To Fill Your Preecripttes .,
ishandicapped training program has According To Yew DeeftartOrder ,..;- '.-- "
win two once in awhile Any manager OLD FASHIONED
one or "
.. ti
t his been made available *. ... T7e OalyTte ro ___
It look o
when he can .
for Jacksonville res- Beet Quality Drags
bench and call an old veteran out to the plate, Dr. C. E. 'BlackProprietor
are em- '
or look in the bull pen an call a pitcher but r' d
re-enforcements he has to rely ployed during; the day -
when he. has no .
on what he has. lightens dark spots
WITH THE PRO'TOOTBALL training season underway take ,selfimprovement DRUG STORE perfect powder
the stars of the various teams are getting courses at night. S base iOP4:
and all kinks out of Any person may apply
their limbs loosened ,
for one of the follow- 1907 Kings. Road. ELgfe see ___
I the joints for ,a hard and strenuousseason.. A A COMPLETE LINE OFt
whole. lots will be heard from such performers ing courses on a part 'CosmeticsRubber: Goods Candies Sundries
: -time or ,full-time AND DELIVERED
as Clarence Peaks PRESCRIPTIONS
Lenny Moore, John Samples, basis. Manufacturers of Posner's Bergamof/'The Jar with the Star".Mn.
I Roosevelt. Brown, Joe Perry, Ollie Matson: Wil- Radio repair and electronics ..
'-- -'
\' _lie. ,C alimore, Roosevelt tier.,.JteJIri. Lett. : has been
Prentice Gautt, "Wild Bill"' Mc'ciung. ,Jim Brown : offered previously"
John Henry Johnson, "Night Train" 'Vane, Bob' ,i a half-time basis and
Mitchell. and the ,host of others who made grid- is now offered for

,. iron history in the pro 'ranks. veterans and other a-
j WHEN THE PRO GAME IS PLAYED at the Gator Bowl dolts "on a full-time
Saturday, July 26 at 8 p.m., there will be no and half-time basis.

more dessention about seating arrangements.The Tailoring and beauty

tickets:! are being sold on a first-come. firat- f culture are offered It4iL1 I
served basis. Any fan may purchase ticketwherever fulltime also.

he wishes to sit. A large crowd isexpected Two new courses are

to be on hand to see the one and only being.offered for the
"Big Daddy" Lipscombe. "Big .Daddy" has had no first time this year.

choice in the matter, he says all he wants to Veterans and other adults '-
do is play football and he is ready for that. : enroll in
may I _
He has shedded no tears in being. traded by the cabinetmaking and _, i2 ,yipty eI

Baltimore Colts. millwork. Many home i $: _
IT HAS BEEN I PREDICTED by many that the Los, owners take the course = _
Angeles Dodgers would win the National League for personal uses as

pennant. From the way it looks from here, it well as for vocational
could be true. The Cincinnati Reds have dropped :
reasons. "x Little Michael Claiborne loves Carnation.
from five games ahead to a very narrow margin,
Mixed with
r an equal amount of water,itsstillasdchasstakstandardsforwbolemi&
the Dodgers are really breathing on their Here i n our industrial .
f necks. .* ; society there k=Y' .. & ..
/ ... S are many Job opportunities : r------m\
? :
i iI. : for the '----------,
4 -
15. ?
trained craftsman. At < I
I. I
t ,', '. the present time, the r Carnation I3a I
t. '" .. E ".., 0 demand fo r skilled I DOUBLE-QUICK I II

.1.4 -;.. workers than the i supply.s 'greater Mr. ..; N I BANANA PUDDING >: I III.

I ...... :.', Street is urging all : ': : ( ...4 I.' J 'tr

... JJj .' .S adults to take advan- ,;,'' 5" 4 24 to 28 vanilla wafers' v;:,?;'I l l'v
.,: ei .. : tage of this newly ; ,4, : Axe, 1 package vanilla pudding ,. '
; .. ..
Or presented: chance to and pie filling mix :*
learn a trade at nominal I 1 cup undiluted ., ,..._"*.
cost.Tuition for .Prince CJaJboroe (right) i*a lecturer,clubwoman hottest,hcoesaker and CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK
'" full tine students is01113" mother She k *bown'demoattragaf the whipping qualities of Carnation to 1 cup water
Vivian Button Director YorafWoaea't Activities at Carver Houae in St Lottie.Vvxtcious I 1 to 2 sliced bananas ;
6.50 per month

plus books and safety Jean Claiborne St. Louis Missouri line a 1-quart casserole with vanilla I
clothes ,
when needed.A .
wafers. Mix the pudding mix. Carna
.. special appeal is The career- girl who makes life easier lion and water in a saucepan. Cook
being Bade to June : ; I according package directions.Pour l
high school graduateswho for 50 thousand homemakers I half of pudding mixture Into lined
.. ,,- casserole.! Top with banana slices.
are not going to 4i Place remaining wafers on top of I

: college.' 'ron if they Jesa Claiborne has bees a Market tor recommended Carnation for hisfor pudding. Cover with remaining. pud
have a job in the day e'" e ding mixture.Chill before servlnl8BIUJ .
it i s 'possiblefor .. ... t. .'tie Caraatkm. Comfonaukol Hiise.Mpaay
the school to work far the pasttern years. Mrs Claiborne conducts dozens of I .;j

I" 1400 WRflC IHO out;program of trailer roiitdartTT cooking demonstratiens every year. I
r .training for-tHem in She.. <>, ..... ..,rntVinc: 'dimrr, talks :.
.. TAj .Cliff 1 meeting( appears "I love to show the anoothnoon of'O -
the evening. .
: \
:;;: :
} "
.J In addition to the .e tttsdeiaws) I puddiB smadewith Canwtk she

.#.. ;_ -,, KEN' KNIGHT. .',. -abdrleoHrs.ianralwttiqnhiIt _'w >lepienagetAA ; '." '.. ili-1-aeye.. (See recipe at nfkt) i ;: '
: j; .. ..;;..' .".: ;:,.....'. .
"ya.c-- -' .0. .. school Willa Ant- Bnsnl. II"'" JMk. Carnation U tke milk that looks, _,
\ f : .It'JUCRY-Y ;1 ; iE i- -
i review,,end,all biineee .
.' : :': I.t let, .a.1 <-, -" :..-.'- .. -: : : of- "I kail:ptety. e mit praetiet with pours and eves whip like golden
S. 'SWEET CH".IO : J IU'LtI..iec_ ereaM-ai'K tie eeetltether .
; .y cowtey
tere l'u.... ,
"> ,'" ', .t.. 'tf .. 1' .IIIIIIIIUES : : Bjpbolfttery .
,. .' f and shoe rejttir f 1. t <' .. MILKI
: :. '..,- I. ;
( ,
.., : z: < ...tI -to lAY .are\ offered ea a i ** d wt&e m it &e mrWs favorite raM
-.'-,'.:.., .Ti :.{. .',_ :' <:.> :<}1': t.4iM: basis. ,- '
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JAY 29, .961 __ THE FLOBIDA STD, ?;uSer..-
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IGene "Big Daddy" .Lipscomk Will Play In Charities' .Game. Here I

i'.-Aaron Pacts Gentry Is i I'Steelers Get One Of The Greatest Is Fittingly_Rewarded-- Cobb -Record

.Base Thieves_ t4ewDANASHVILLE, Bid Daddy' Tied By White.One .

? --,4I > ..
Tenn. w
of the "greatestof
Tenn. State's grid HERE AUG. 26Gene'Big
'em all the late
mentor Howard C.

.. I became the u n i, Daddy"Lips- S ? x Ty Cobb's many base
ball records was equaled
1- versity's third ath- combe,formerly of the : s.p v5.Ik
- a! t letic director when Baltimore Colts pro y ..rJ recently
the St. Louis Cards'
L- @tx he was recently appointed -. football team and now
old first
_ 2 wY :to fill the of the Pittsburgh 27-year
baseman Bill White
shoes of Ray Kemp who Steelers will be seen
stepped down last in, action when the : 444 *Vri \l caught fire and rapped
l: out 14-hits in two
fall. It was reportedthat Steelers meet the St.
., consecutive doubleheader -
1 :.M'.x S j : r '' K'+
> + iS4wC
selected :
- ; Gentry: was Louis Cardinals i n .4. ?

: because of his the Gator Bowl Saturday : sessions a-

long ociation-8- 26 at 5 4 gainst the Chicago
. August 8p.m. .. r.;.Ye; '
e+ V V'e Cubs. In the first
.. years-and understanding "Big Daddy"is one of 5'
=- .
iiANKAARor' of the policy and the most colorful to r. 1 twin-bill, White garnered -
8 bingles in
...Leads, Robbers goals of the school's wear a uniform in the '
10-at bats. In the
i Yn a
athletic National Football F ,
HAMMERING HANK AARON ) i second double sessionhe
He served under the League. He,throws his )
of the Milwaukee t registered 6 for 8,
late Fox Kean as line two-hundred and nine- %
Braves, who is better k giving him a.778 four
coach. a former FAMU aroundin
ty some pounds
known for his slugging and
-game average up-
member of their 1941
the line at
an easy
ability rather than ping his batting froma
national football rate f and 1 rw # .w w .r. .wr
his base running, was o 'A.f .28? to a .3.7 per-
leading the ,current champions, his teas timing. Although he centage.

defeated his alma has never played col- r .}yA 'y)4M1; y
National League stolen ,
mater 41-39 in the football he has .
lege 4555 )V.Yi 4
bases leader with a. '
1956 Orange Blossom been an outstanding .
total of 15 at the [
close of rast-week's Classic at Miami during star from the beginning -. WATCH THIS CLOWN

,his first at of his
year pro career
statistics in that department
#' the helm t o Ten- .. 4-62-81
through now. '! "4 <"
] ;
Hank 1 e dOinCY's : O M:F':{:::r"a Pn
Vada Pinson nessee's grid forces. The Steelers will 328-30-287

and teammate Frank bring to Jacksonvillea

Pizarro Likes laden team. .. 5
Robinson one-up d u ring power x ,55 81
that time.Johnson It will present some x:r, t5 kV 5
of the players who V 3
Chi Sox Deal 8" 3

',. have been with the .
To .
CHICAGO--Fireball team for several sea- V : V:: 96-22-8

lefty Ju an Pizarro sons and many newcomers 179-10-884
Defend CrownPHILADEIPKDUOne feels that getting a- to the fold. FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT-In recognition marking the 25th anniversary '"

r of ,his outstanding achievement: during the 1936 Olympic Games '.
of way from the Milwaukee All tickets to the Somctimti h. >p
reserved and in Berlin, triple-champion Jesse Ctyens-at that time world record winner Somatimii h.'. dow.
the busiest Braves has been the game are
the fightersin .inain'reason for" his there is no established .in the 100 and 220 yard dashes and the running broad jump receivedthe H.. adds works subtractsH it all ar und
present crop, Meister Brauser Award from Harry P. Hauer, president of the Peter THIS CLOWN
NBA World's Heavy- present success with gc
Hand Brewery Co. The Heister Brauser Award is presented to people ir
the first-come first
weight champion Harold Chicago White Sox on a IS WATCHING
Johnson will put his Like former Braves' served basis both over various fields for some outstanding- achievement 32-68-5

piecemeal diadem on pitcher Joey Jay who the counter and by .

the line Aug. 29 when has had similar success mail from 307 Hogan Pressing '56 Mark 1 14v Russ Coach Liston Faces Man's

since being traded Street Jacksonville ....'__...,......:,. ., ... .......;.. .._..._w. Days
he meets fifthrankedEddie ,
Vdy / Cites Thomas More Charges Are Numbered
Cotton of Seattle to the Cincinnati 2, Florida. The games

) in a 15-round Reds, Pizarro, a former sponsored by the MOSCOW-Predicting likea PHILADiilPHIA-No. 1 "Man's Days are"Num

session, the champ's 'games won and Jacksonville C h a ri- .. modern Nostradamus, heavyweight contender bered" Health And For-

manager stated. strikeout Sally League. ties with proceeds ..,: :.; Russia's head track Charles(Sonny)Liston, tune Can Be Yours

Johnson will receive record holder while going to worthy pro- ? :, ..':' coach Gabriel Gorob- whose mounting trouble When You Know your
$20,000 or.a 40 per playing with the J a*! jects.Brewster Methodist ..it..::;.' <{ 10. ....,.. .. ;i kov, prior t o his with the law has resulted Lucky Days, LucKy:

1 cent guarantee of the Bravesattributes his Hospital has r : :t,,.'<'Xi< : :". team's dual meet with in his suspension Colors Etc.

gate in his second success to the Sox' shared in the proceedsfrom \i't' the U. S.. Track and by the Pennsylvania Send $2.00 for

title defense since regular rotation -assignment the beginning of :; Field Teams, 'said U. State Boxing your
Horoscope Guide
winning the NBA. for pitchers.You the pro games seven t'::; :):M.,:rtt. >. S. high jumper John Commission, was reported August

a years ago. .- x ;? Thomas would be jump facing rearrestfor
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; -
Don't Have to Go to Town to Get Since origin of the ""-;> ::: :< :: ing around 7 ft. 7 3// a. June 12 inci-
and mall to ZODIAC
The Jacksonville Inches If he. dent.
game, was
Post Office Eox 561
LOW PRICESOn Charities, Inc., .has ''. .."' ..". ..' .' coached..by the Russians At that time, police Jac sonvJlle 1, Fla.
bought{ operating tables -- ---- charged Liston with

basketball MICKEY MANTLE In criticizing U, S. turning off his car's Name

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