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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 9, 1960
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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oclc - 02261130
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issn - 0740-798X
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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 9, 1960
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

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
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Preceded by:
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LOS A1IGELES.-- Florida's Son. SpessardL. JEKYLL ISLAIID, ( .--Sovon Jacksonville

Holland nas made a dramatic appealto Negro youths, believed to be membersof

the Democratic convention platform local gangs were arrested on July

h writers to soft-peddle civil rightsand 4 on charges of rioting following a

% tqw A urged them to avoid what he termedan battle and knifing at the Georgia
pP 'aMu "extreme"position on civil rights.Holland resort. -
state troopers, All of the youths

stepped from a seat portant as doing the right thing."- rushed t o the have been released

on the platform committee and the, woman replied. steno,broke up the under bond with
took the..witness stand to make
rf bis ppid.rHedid. ,so after .ai. .. ba.tjile7h c involved the exception of
; score of advocates of' a strong I ': U -' some 40 to* Curtis Roberts. .and

A % civil party rights pledge plank strong demanded government the' anEnded 50 persons exganpd David Scott who
action to, enforce civil rights. in a near riot was treated

1 ep > "We have a strong convictionin using :UstSjSticlq, Brunswick Hospitalfor
< the South" the senator said bottles and knives a cut on the
ay "that compulsion whether In MistrialNEW
through legislation or court decree Troopers said lip.
or a party .platform-win the battle broke
not accomplish the results sought YORK.Man-
by the civil'rights advocates." hattan Borough President Hulan out between fact- Greensboro Has
g 1'':. Jack's oonflict-of interest trial ions from Jacksonville -'
,., Holland laId he was authorizedto ended in a hung jury One
and Brunswick Only Negro
a. for

A 'X d p }t1P. speak other Southern inembera After .the jurors had been dismissed -
on the platform committee Sessions and tookplace
itkrc including Sens. Ja.me..O. East Judge Joseph A. Sarafite at the School Applicant
land and 'John Steams' Mississippi
., -
the foreman said the
x. r a'Y 11:45 pjn.
y* q4: Sen. Sam .J. Ervin Jr panel had voted 84 for conviction Negro Motel in the Greensboro. N. C. (AN?) _
of North Carolina:. Rep. Oren on two of the four charges. .state The daughter of a Negro dentist Is
*" {''sue'::- )J.r.;;; /;: Harris of Arkansas, and delegates park. the only one of her race to
of nine men and three request
1u 1 Charles Bloch of Georgia Mrs. The jury Arrested and held
MIAMI BEACH Fla.-They'ra really"nuts" girl ever to participate a in the Miss Unt-" Christine Maxwell women had deliberated 18 hours .reassignment to.. predominantly
of Florida 45 minutes after getting their under $104 bond white city school for the coming
about coconuts at the Miss Uni- verse contest; was flown in as a substitute and James Gray of Georgia. and The trial academic year, Supt. Philip Weaver -

verse contest as Corrine Huff of Youngstown for Kathy Justice the original Miss "We Intend to"stay.."he'aid had Instructions lasted 28 yesterday.days. each were, Harby reported last week.

Ohio and Peggy Sue Patterson of i Ohio. Miss Justice confessed to officials i "unless a position Is taken here There was no immediate word Collins,17LavarnHicgins Deborah holly Barnes
Kansas City Kansas sip i the milk from a that she was only 17. that would force us to go elsewhere as to whether the state planned 20, r/ilt. trade: pupil wants to be, a transferred first -.

fallen coconut here. Miss Huff first Negro n would take extreme .to seek a new trial lor Jack. 52, iam Bell 20 Cwti9Roborts to Oillepsle School, where four
'treatment- to lead us to do this." the highest ranking Negro official Negroes are enrolled from Bluford
Challenge by NegroA in any American city. ,20, Frank Elementary School Her application
Negro member of the platform Jack was accused of violatingthe James 22, David win be considered tr the school
: Miss Ohio Too Young Negro Couple'sHome committee. Vel Phillips of city charter by accepting a Scott 17 and a board at a later tneeui.
__ ; Milwaukee .challenged Holland's $4,400 apartment remodeling job ,
remarks, asking: from real estate operator Sidney 16-year-old whose Dr. Milton H. Barnes i 'a he
business cllaet of the registered at Qillespie School earl-
Ungar. a
Is Bombed
"How. senator
can you expectthe name was withhold
charged with ier this month bet that
city. He also was she then
nations of the world to
re- conspiracy to obstruct justice byconcoting by Juvenile officers was assigned to B;.tord. He said
spect -us If we take.a weak position
1\egxoGirlTakes Place PORTLAND. Ore (UPI on enforcing equality for all a fictitious story that All were Oillesple" was -right across my bade
The state arson squad was called the payment W'Lactu&1l1 made yard.
.., In Monday to investigate & fire I our Holland citizens told? the woman that by his wife from her household described as nei$>
which heavily damaged a Negro! Jackson- .
allowance. bors in
that idie if the wanted
MIAMI BEACH wan very sorry party to win In
couple partially finished $17,000 I
Kathy Just ie*had dropped out. home. November it had better confine ville residing in REGISTER HOW
Tliss Ohio-who turned out I I its civil rights platform declaration -' REGISTER NOW So You Can Vote
.. the and
to be sweet 17 and a year too'; She said she had no qualms Sgt. W. H. McCullum of the arson -;I I to generalities. 16QO For Your Rfqhts
young-was disqualified from about being': the first Negro girl squad said the blaze at the new I "I know we can't win on a -"' So You Can Vote blocks of east 22 REGISTER NOW
the Miss Universe contest repres'nting an American stateIn home of Mr. and Mrs. Rowan M.I platform that flouts the customs street
Saturday. She was quickly a nationalbcAuly contest Wiley who recently won a racial and convictions of the Southern -
\ replaced by a curvaceous 1R'earold discrimination case In federal court region." be said.
Rare, freed and rotor have been fed by'a flammable "Winning isnt .. .
) Negro from Youngl may nearly so. im- ...
mraJt nothing te m*." Kb*! Mid. liquid.,
town. etA\ long m* you are my friend.I Firemen said the building was
Kathy Justice the original am your friend." "a blaring Infernowhen they arrived U.S. Wants Plenty' t
Miss Ohio found out herself shortly after 11 p. m. (PJS.U tI
o she was too young while WWU In Ocala meanwhile the Silver Sunday. Brace
registering hew She; Me- Springs tourist folks denied : .. sat' I
; phoned her parents and they that Austria's entry in the I Wiley said -well start building BALTIMORE (ANP) Liens
withdrew her. pageant had raised her skirt again Tuesday. We are not giving totaling nearly $8 million have been .
So at 2:30 'iun. Miss Uni- ton high for a picture. up." The couple was living -In another filed by the Internal Revenue Ser .#
o 1 vetw officialdom called In the i *Thc Miss Universe pageantis home. vice against the estate of the late .1--:..
Younstnwn.i i; Last month Federal Judge William Negro evangelist. Charles M. Grace. -.. r (
from being run by amateurs
runnerup | East ruled a water district Filing the liens in Superion .Court ;
Corrine Huff a lone distance'' William B, Ray. a Silver
had violated the couple's civil .the IRS stated "Sweet DaddfGrace
telephone operator. !j Springs spokesman.A rights In attempting to condemn was In tax arrears for 12
Miss Huff is the A ...' developed' Friday k. L
Apparently ; 'property on which the couple waa years beginning In.IMS. l
first Negro contestant ever to when Arlene Nesbitt. last: I'I building. the new home. I '
enter a major U.S. beauty con- year's Miss New York nowj I I '
test. Her mother is white and serving as a nurse on a busload : :-... .
of beauties said Silver .j.; ", .... .
her father Negro. She lives, J a j -< 'f- t.
with her aunt and uncle a. Springs photographer had Miss!t 'f" f. ..:'
Youngstown lawyer. Austriapull her skirt all the! Human l Clinic \ ".
way up to her thighsJ? A photo
She landed at Miami Inter session scheduled Saturday was

national Saturday.Airport There to at 2:47 greet pjiu her canceled.StMtt. Will Be Held at Walker

Mks Universe rhapffrar1o t ,
was a
drive her to the San -.. A dinic on Human Rel&tioAsfsnd Better Living win be eon-
Marino Hotel. 'Gwrfims ducted at Walters Business College. Ninth and Myrtle avenue 1 6
July: 11.14. .
But for some unexplained reason New a..llissleHr, Toe clinic Is conducted under rand Personality Development":
the Miss Universe people the auspices: of the Negr Educational Barry Schneider., Instructor on
neglected to tend along a WASHINGTON -> A Review and 'win run each "Winning Friends and ..GainingPopularity { err
hostess. chorus of Southern "no's- Saturday evening from C.to 9 p.m. ": A. R. Taylor attor-i 41
-Oorrlne. a shapely 36-24-36, night failed to prevent the Senate Dr. J. Irving E Scott. director: oey-at-law. on important forms i i =-Y 8 ; t Y'

wore a simple dark green print from confirming President Elsenhowert of Negro School Duval County and instruments such as wins.! .. -...... _. -- -_. .- .. -.-.
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cotton dress with full skirt nomination' of Robert 8.RaekJa. and editor-in-chief 'of the Review deeds contracts, bins of sale etc.I I -
: of South CaroHaa, to the For prfrregistratlon. may'
and a single strand pearl neck- win direct the clinic. you
lace. Civil Rights commisdon.AnnnkM Consultants win be Lou Ritter. stop at the college at any time

.fills the vacancy created on the topic of "City Government and fill out a form.0n1y a limited JULY FOURTH VICTIM--Harry of Port White
She rid the Ohio contest by the resignation of former Virginia ."; Mrs. Shirley GUck on number can be =mo- I ,one
was integrated. hot I GoY.: John S. Battle. "Manners Courtesies. Charm dated. of the holiday fatalities was killed near Fernandina.
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Poo.*,.Two '. THE FLOHTOA:STAB' .
r. -, .. __ ._..__ ___ Weak Ending: Saturday. July 9. 1960...

!f THE FLORIDA STAR "..,ics As Usual" '


NEWS FA' 4wr

Publish by Th Florida Sttx Publishing Co.
Without and
"Member of Associated Negro .Press1 prompt positive action more
\ Crlc 0. Simpson -.- TMltct F than 10 million American families will .live -
i C. Fazham Johnson --Ifrtt Staff t. V4 through 1960 in poverty-not poverty in terms ; ..'-

a BI1da Woot.n ,_ Circulation DIp. of the most backward areas of the world, per-
f .' ._------ -- 5 ; haps, but real poverty in the context of the

I. MAIN OFFICE & PLANTs. 1 American way of life.
I #23 MoacrUI Hoed EL 4-6782 -. EL 4-S783 L1ir i
t.. ... -- -- And this is only the most dramatic indica-
Mailing Addvtut tion of the task ahead. Consider these related
:JtcksonvCl 1, Florida
P. O. Box 581. facts: .
On Year, $5.00; Half Year, $3.00: 'Thru Months S1.80 Minions of' Americans ire tiring in slums or
Mailed To You, Aaywhtrt In The Unlttd Sislss.iutxcxiption : i4P near-dams, in decaying neighborhoods or beleaguered ..
Peyabl in Adrmct. Send Cbtck or Monty Grist To: i.i; cities.
; : Minions of boys and girls are being deprived of
I 0 a good education because of the inadequacies of
THE FLORIDA. 'STAB; STANDS FOB I our school-system.

1. If t1"O Firomlll. 15 r
2. MeN Moro Polk'Officer*.'. I Millions of older citizens are unable to meet
3. Squid CJtra for t&?'Hegto.'Pollc*. : rising medical costs or find suitable living-quarters
4. Men and Bsiter. Scaecl .and 'Sp dlng Up ,of, ilia 'I they can afford.
Buildl S JProgrim.Bigger .' "
Millions of workers are paid the obsolete minimum -
wage of $1 an hour-and millions more are

Than 0M denied even this much protection.

1I e Millions who lost their industrial
& J Jobs to automation '
A Hamburger Lti or migration, through no fault of their
c4b-r f own, have exhausted. their unemployment insur

By ELLA. BAKER ance.
(Miss Baker is eztnUi: director:of the Southern Christian Leadership I V-- .- '"
Conference, ,which issued'the call for the Student Leadership I. I. .w..j..N.V..A..rq.r.A. ....._ _a Millions of small-farmers and farm laborers are .
Conference on Non-violent Resistance to Segregation. This was held finding It increasingly hard to maintain bare sub-

nt Shaw University, Raleigh, N..C., on Easter weekend with UZ students "MUST BE CONSULTED 'ON ALL- FUTURE PLANS" sistence.
from the South and SO from the North in attendance. A size- ,
able delegation of white students joined the young Negro leader. for Millions of our citizens are denied decent housing -
the conference. good schooling and equal job opportunities
because of the color of their skin.
RALEIGH, N. C. The Student Leadership Conference made it -

crystal clear that current. sit-ins and other demonstrations are concerned : Your Weekly ._ These shortcomings ate more bitter because'
with something much bigger than hamburger. or even a .
their cures lie close at hand. Well-considered II
giant-sized coke.Whatever Guide
may be the differences in approach to their goal, the I Horoscope. remedies for every one of them have been
Negro and white .students, North and South, are seeking to rid I devised, but Congress failed to act in 1959.
America of the scourge of racial segregation and discrimination WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY .DAYS FOR "

not only at lunch counters, but in every aspect of life. BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL ':
In reports, casual conversations, discussion groups, and speeches, Unfinished Business for 1960
the sense and the spirit of the following statement that appearedin .
the initial newsletter of the students at Barber-Scotia College, Con- By' PABLO..The" ASTROLOGER In this presidential year the congressional session
cot d, N. C., were re-echoed time and again: 'will be short. Yet this is also the year
"We want the world to know that we no longer accept the .I
when all members of the House and third
citizenship. ARIES LEO a
inferior position of second-claw We are wining to go 6. 0.11l5.39837
to jell be ridiculed, spat upon and even suffer. physical violenceto Born March 21 thru April 18 Born July 23 thru Angus S3 SAGITTARIUS of the Senate, will come before the political bar
obtain First Class Citizenship." You certainly can exce1during This is by far the best quar- Burn Nov. 23 -thru Doc 21 of judgment-the voters.
By and large, this feeling that they have a destined date with this quarter w hen ter for merchandising, serVices Although the complete answer "
freedom, was not limited to a drive for personal freedom, or even you are driven by the urgeto achievements and pro- to your doubts an d S We want an effectiTely-controlled disarmament I
freedom for the Negro in the South. Repeatedly it was emphasized be a dominant figure arid "fits. Just avoid being misled problems is not ready you system; but meanwhile, we must not begrudge a
that the movement was concerned with the moral implications of amass the ensuing rewards. "by: competitors or osme unusual can get an inkling as to what
racial discrimination for the "whole world" and the "Human Race Even if the 11th-12th fall on events which will be it may be. Since, something .
This universality of approach was linked with a perceptive recognition the weekend, opportunity the highlghts- on the llth. of great importance to your single dollar to keep our defenses strong and to
that "it is important to keep the movement democratic andto may be riding high. Take The three days from the 11th prestige and finances: should< restore our space science to international leader- .
avoid struggles for personal leadership. stock of your personal a swell thru 13th give you plenty of develop from the 11th thru ship. ,
It war further evident that desire.for supportive cooperationfrom as extraneous circumstances leeway investigation, stu- 113th, mingle freely with the .-- -
adult leaders and the adult community was also temperedby then in existence and dy and promotional ,activi people who are in a position We must Improve and strengthen our efforts to
adults the student 'if can turn'them to ties. The efforts have help underdeveloped nations to help'themsel '_
apprehension that might try to "capture" see you you exerted to give you the necessary
movement.The students showed willingness to be met on the basis your advantage. You will should bring' rewards, boost, offer or recommendation. toward economic well-being. .
of equality, but were intolerant of anything that smacked of have additional openings on perhaps not, in the anticipated Concrete results should We must revise our immigration policies to
manipulation or domination.This the 13th thru 15th to conso- form, but very real and come in a roundabout way; restore our historic concern for the victims of : ':.
inclination toward group-centered leadership,. rather than lidate your'position; acquire substantial nevertheless. if you have succeeded in be- oppression, and our humane regard for individual
toward a leader: -centered group pattern of organization' was refreshing I valuable holdings, obtain a 8-90 33_16 69_893 ing patient and willing to suffering.
indeed to those of the older group who bear the scan of the 'promotion or gain the services accept terms that could fal
battle, the frustrations and disillusionment nt that come when the :of superior craftsmenor short of your expectatons... We must move decisively against the moral
prophetic leader turns out.to have heavy feet of,clay; personnel VIRGO 1_50_77-18-27_157 decay represented by "payola", false advertising
However hopeful might be the' signs in the direction of group- : 0 44 19_61_524 Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 and TV frauds, to the end that the consumer once
*!1t redne'f, the fact that many schools and communities, especiallyin I The devotion of those dearto CAPRICORN again be protected from those who subvert
the South,have not provided adequate experience for young Negroesto TAURUS you can be put p to the test Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19 mediums of mass communications.
assume initiative and think and act independently accentuated the Bom April 20 thru Nay+ 20 as they will come out with This should be the most .. We must make sure that worken-
need for guarding the student movement against well-meaning but Even if, and perhaps because flingcolors when you call on satisfactory period of the the dedicated and anonymous government minions who make
nevertheless unhealthy, overprotectiveness.Here things turn out quite them. The unforeseen tribu month when you will be rewarded our system possible-ore rewarded In
is an opportunity for adult and youth to work together and differently than you plannedyou lations to which you. maybe for standing firm to other groups In our proportionto -
provide genuine leadership -',the development of the individual to seem to be assured oian subjected will bring out all your principles, friends and economy. .
his highest potential for the benefit.of the group. important placce in the the best that is in you, par- associates. Romance, agreements
Many adults and youth characterized the Raleigh meeting as years ahead. An unlooked ticularly from' the 11th thru and aspirations areatronglyy
the greatest or most significant conference of our period. for event at home or in your 15th be applied to ypur job accented from the
Whether it lives up to this high evaluation or not will, in a i professional circles llth thru 13th and
may open or career_ but it does not you may;
large measure, be determined by the extent to which there is more the door wide to the Taub l seem ripe enough to take a well make hte arrangement
effective training in and understanding of non-violent principles and reans who qualify on chance on i t. Besides, you that will work to perfection
practices, in group dynamics, and in the re-direction into creative thru 13th. You should begin will have to leave the initla- when the proper moment wei mmrmildren
channels of the normal .frustrations and hostilities that result from of comes. Accept the
to. see the.product your t i veto time and circumStances friendly
second-class eitizenship.Negroes'Are. artistic, domestic and gainful and this means sometime hand that could pull you up .. _
endeavors and perhaps .next,month when Mercury during the long climb to success
find someone to share-it with, will revert to its for and high.honors. real l
youtieioi5tb free of pre, ward motion once again. 9_ao_44_14 #>_.oft7 S security -H

Missing The Boat 9_70L.-55--14.-975
3-60-99--17_72L369GEMINI AGUARIUS
LIBRABorn Born Jan. '20 thru Feb. IB
It is clearly evident that the progress of Negroes lathe Sept. '24 thru Oct. 23 You have everything to
United States is hindered largely by the Negro himself. Bora May 21 thru Juno 11$ Favorable monetary developments gan and nothing to lose b:
We are, indeed, fortunate to be living under a govern There are indications[ that are on the way, removing yourself and those k
ment whose basic laws-the Constitutionguarantee us a brilliant idea.and opportunity howeve this does not give ,I dear to you from the noise
freedom, justic and equality. In addition we are living in a are iri'the making on you license to step up your and turbulence of your cus
country where we have some opportunity (much more than the nth, but give'them time outlays beyond reasonabl tomary surroundlnra. YOU .
Negroes in other parts of the world) to share in some of to genn1n seem crystallize.Conditions limits. You may like to- be chances 0 f prevailing, CVCD
the abundance of wealth that this
country afforoX just ripe lieve that the tree will bear lover the most rebelliouj
Sadly, however, we Negroes in America have failed to for the acquisition of money, fruit 'without 'interruption, I souls, ,are quite promising or
avail ourselves of the rights guaranteed to us under the property, new allies and other but thefacts belie the wish I the 11th-12th.Let the W1n
. constitution by our failure to vote and by our failure to .benefits which you have A friendship that may be ripening 'blow r where and when: they
unite in a common effort to attain first class citizenship. earned yourself thru sound should be given a lit I will and remain under the ,
In addition to misusing the political weapon which we fiscal and security policies. tie more time to mature ii shelter of your previous foresight
hold, we are also neglecting! to use to the best advantage As the saying goes-when it you are still somewhat un precautionary mea i I

the economic sledge which we possess in the form of earn-. rains it pours. The 14-15 are sure... of____yourself. _.:_T_h. 12th-_ .sures. ?____, ..
and the best .ft.
ing power buying power.Through among days for the win are splendid days iroiu It can, however, also createan
lack of unity whick- .might be' largely due promoton of merchandise .thepersonal and emphasis upon romance
to the absence of leadership have failed to use our -10_ _138'215'CANcER point of yfcw. that might prove unhealthy
dollars wisely. We have used our.dollars only to buy the 1-10' 712Bcra where you are concerned.You .
Items on the shelves, whereas, we could use our dollars to cl1 RP it.. : will probably have to
command respect in stores and secure the use of-all facili Bona JOB 90 elves July Oct. 24 i&ro HOT. 2 cope with .and dispose of
ties In stores where we spend our money. Then, too, we Canceriana who have been There are many' excellent social problems around the
have dissrppated: our ,earnings on flab y cars, expensive footloose could render themselves 1ncHcatons.,thfs quarter, bu first of the month..
clothes and ether costly pleasures Bitter than ace JmI. a great service by they point .' -
mianly to the 33_1R._.( _.9PISCES
lating: wealth-as the Jewkk people fcaYe Mae-*o that J foining forces with mature tture. You can take .advan- I iL.70
we could establish business and liitokj aad eTeIiiuDyI and steadfast persons who 'tage of the time or ldsureafLI 4
acquire some economic atature. can act as hieir alter egos. your disposal Born Ftb. 18 .
to bolster &ra-Mtck 20TJe
A great hinderance to too is that your
our progress, so many Should drcuffistaaeee coincide :social .
official and rnflftnn i'relationships. prospect of a'Demotion .
of us show such little,interest & tile'Jl'Obema) ,that face us. with '
It seems that too many of Us are'either too busy enjoying your vtaft or ln You can benefit [may ,be dangled before you ." '- ..' ... .a ---
simple pleasures or selfishly ,acquiring empty luxuries to teotteB, choofethe llth thru from the affection friend on the llth but allow forJttle a -IENKMGffI t. "'
devote feme and energy to the oauie of motel progress. 13th as the most propltl 'have fop you and, can ridpacate I over a month before .
These are the irtmnhlfag fetec&s i* fee pa4be* ear :period fordtecussions, by passing on good iI you canexpect to get a really .* --l..l11- Y_. .u.tea To .
and we bare: an aJteaflnnte of thm deW ipreOn !sals' and deci taie. I advice and valuable infiav firm graspon It.. Personal
,r&CS. Co1U1tr. [there .is still the element c tnaton 'llth thru 13th.; Careful 63 well as ffoftticffli alliances "DIGIITTRAIN"
'. i the unpredictable regardin | preparation and weH-for- I that are pledged or sealed on
financial matters, conr i mulatea: planaahou1d set the the 11th thru 13th are as f
to be watchful I for --'Stertiac At 7:00 P. R ,Nightly
prudent stage a resounding too ,,2hey.were made-in heaven ---
great strong tress HWa toul 'la 'eerydually vltr..aitt restrained! on the 11th. I cess, the benefitsof which :andthey should esdure for
.. r4tn.,th.*world. > --n..t': _6L12-12-4MJ may !spread' far Into. the 'as, long as it: isnoooMary.s 14tXl WRHC

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Weak Ending: Saturday July 9, 1960 FLCWDA8TABMRS. -JSagi'Thttw

Deaths&Funerals/ I ,I

GRACE s>EZNOLETOKtpoved;an ideal hoatett ,to tae. TURNER-Jamea of 439 LANG-Mrs .Willie U.
Baroaettes And Barons at 'their'regolar!
mcethly meeting Moo East 26th. St.x
day Geld CD the beautiful lawn of MR. AND_MBS.NATHANIEL of Fernandtaa..
DUDLEY en W. 8th St. Games were enjoyed and cnrltiUi CONEY-Booker T. 6f MONTGOMERY-Victoria

were served throughout the evening. The delirious menu coo .\' r t 733 VT. Union St. of Mandarin.
listed of broiled chock-wagon steak with guacamole sauce salt JACKSONJosephind
glazed pofrttoes.'mixed! green salad, and hot faiiic bread. Present : < MORGANAmelia of"
to enjoy this! holiday affair were MR. AND MRS. R. L.Jat7TLER. : 'y ., of 1346 'W. 10th 2122 W. 44th. St.
LEY. MR. AND MRS. OSCAR FLETCHER. AND MRS. g i r'V E. 27th. st; 737 Catherine St;
MRS. ROBERT SINGLETON. j 'o. ? Beach. of this cty.NEALJohnnie '
W. of
THE WOMEN OP THE CHURCH OP GOD ltd CHRIST 4. y,. t ,; .I of 1720 Grunthal 104 Magnolia St.JACKSONMrs.Eillie.
located at 24th and Moncrief. win sponsor an APRON PARTY h LEWIS-Mrs. Mazepha
AND DINNER July 24th. in the home of MRS. NELLIE STALL- yj ;q7i of 645 Odessa
INGS. 1429 Steele St. The menu wQl be turkey ham and ; St. C. of i 612 Florence
all the trimmings. Serving 'win begin it-noon and continue 't! CHAPMAN- Azalee of Street.

throughout the evening. The men attending this affair may 4817 Walcott Dr.
choose their guest of the evening by selecting the pieces of WILLISPhyllis M.
material that they like and then match them with the apronsto SHEDRICK-Luther of of 1080 Spearing.
be worn by the ladies. There win be lots of fun and food 2135 Mars St. NOlli IS-Mrs. Jessieof

for everyone. .
H ; SINGLETONMaudell 1119 Davis St.

are preparing for their annual FELLOWSHIP TEA to be presented Lee of of 1246 McConhie ,
Sunday from 4 to S; p.m., In the church basement. An '
added attraction for this affair will be the modeling of hat 311 North Street.V7ASHINGTONRebecca. HORGAN-Romoo R. of
by Mr*. Maggie Aaron. local beautician. A fine program baa 1313 Mt. Herman .
hern planned featuring some of the city's beat talents. Mrs.
Ethel C. Spears will serve u mistress of ceremonies. of 1015 Julia St. GRJJdESRev.1111e

9r GORDENWillie of of 1061 Jefferson

MRS. DORA B. WASHINGTON rf ITSS: Harrtaon'St.. left the city > 1451 71.' 27th. St. SIBLEY- Baby boy

recently to visit rrlaiivfa and friends in Miami and West Palm BOSTONMrs. Eula and baby girl of
Peach.: She was nccniTir.inird: by her niece. MRS. EULA BAILEY. {
Mm. Washmclnn t it a member of ML Carmcl Baptist Church and ( .,, r F. of 1537 Franklin 640 Pippin St.
attire in civic attains. .R, St.O'i'IENSElijah. SMITH-John of 1438

e i. .Harrison Street.
t of
MRS. DOROTHY EVELYN DANIELS. talented daughter of MR. L if 1417 Y7. State' St. DIXSONBaby Jamesof
be presented in
an organ and
3736 Pineview
Finno recta July 10 at the St. Paul AME Church, sponsored .by { SMALLWOODRoscoe
members of the Trustee Board of the church. r .t N of 1961 W. 12th.HICKSAlfred Circle.

1 of GREEN-11Mrs Cora of

MEMBERS OF THE HIBISCUS GARDEN CIRCLE closed their II 5840 Harris St.HALLHightower 123 Lovette St. ,

summer season with a lovely GARDEN PARTY at the home of MRS. : j and St. Augustine.DAVISTom .

ELIZABETH NORWOOD. 1109 Durkce Drive. The lawn was attractively N. of
Thelma of Rt. 9,
decorated' with flowers and pot plants and various colored Box 419E. 1322 Cleveland St.

lights. Music *as enjoyed on the Hi-Fi while the guests enjoyed ,
games. The guests were rcjnsteied by Mrs. Grayce M. Bateman.

Flower hats made of real flowers were displayed by membrs and ,
/ Club
friends of the circle. Mrs. Sallye Mathis made a presentation of s w ; 't SlatesAnniversary bra i ,
::1fto the outgoing president, Mrs. Ivory Joyner. )fra. Hettie Mills i >
made the presentation. to the 'new president, Mrs. T. D. Tyson. Refreshments .
were .served and pictures made of those attnding this! f
affair. Among the out-of-town guests were relatives of Mrs. Hettie
Mills. .
The Junior Century Saving Club

LES TREIZE AMIES sponsored a SPLASH PARTY in the home will observe its first anniversary
cf Sunday at 4 pjn. at the Union
DR. AND MRS W. W. SCHELL on Jefferson St. Saturday ever i
Jilng. Those present were Mr, and Mr*. Simpldn! Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Community AME Church at Beaver .
,K. B. Bonner. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Miller Mr and Mrs. Howard. and Everson streets.: I 1-
Sin lcron. Mrs Ruth Broomc. Capers Bradham. Mrs. Florence Wilson Invitations have been extended 1t
D. A. Willis of Birmingham, Mrs. Josephine Mears. Rudolph HATS ON PAHADE Members of the Hibiscus Garden Circle to all and clubs members of the city.of the The officers 1i t

McKissick. Miss Gucndolvn Sc'icll. Mr. and Mrs. K. D..Britt and the proudly displayed products of their have planned an interesting group
host and hostess.Dr. and Mrs.Schcll. gardens in lovely hat
The club Is making plans! to present its second DEBUTANTE arrangements during the annual Garden Party held ticipating.St.gram with. talent of the city parr _

COTILLION on Dec.:3.at the Duval County Armory. at tho homo of Mrs. E. Norwood 1109 Durkee recently
Drive Offj
corn Tho local branch
of the club are ( top photo ) :Mrs. G. Bateman Mrs
MR., AND MRS. JAMES SCOTT of 607 NAACP sponsored a
16th St.. former resi Mrs. Seals Mrs. A.
Tyson Mrs.
dents of Chicago m. have returned from,a two weeks trip in Chi this affair E. Norwood.Guests on joying MatthewTo membership drive re-
ca-o en b*:;'a-s nd vacationing with relatives and friends who were 1 Ir3G. Brooks Mrs. M. Ca thorn RBrooks

made their stay_ "enjoyable."'*! ,. and", .Mrs., H. Kinnon. cently. J.C.Bonnottof
Conduct Green Cove Spring
won top prizeA trip
in the home of MRS.
TERESA DONALD. MISS ALBERTA CRUMBLY was co-hostess. Stork Revival RiteThe to Miami, Florida.
Many beautiful and useful :Rifts Were presented to Mrs. Roley. The DeliveriesMr.and I Wedding Bells
club will hold it* business meeting: July 5, at'7SO p.m.. in the home
Of Miss Juanita King 2358 W.First SL revival meeting is still !m
APPLICATION FOR progress at St. Matthew Baptist
Mr.and Mrs .Lewis Church. Moncrief and 28th streets. Outings PlannedThe
MRS. SAVANNAH SMITH returned home after spending< a MARRIAGE LICENSES The meeting is being conductedby
month in New York City visiting her sister who returned Ford, 1626 V7. 8th Mrs. Roosevelt the Rev. W. W. Whitehead.

home with bee and ;other realtives and friends. She reports Street, Girl. Gamble, 1410 Sherman B. Rones, 1132 Ham pastor of Conner Temple Baptist Sunday School of Tabernacle .
having had an enjoyable trip. I Church. Savannah Ga. Baptist Church will sponsor
Evergreen Girl. son 24 and Betty Spatcher.
its! annual outing
Thursday. The
134 Harrison Prayer,ficrvices will begin at 7
MI'. and Mrs. Ez- 18. p.m. followed by the sermon at bus will leave the church at 9
MR. AND MRS. HAROLD C. INGRAM SR. and CHARLES IN. ickel Ford 2912 Mr.and Mrs Thomas Addison J. Powell, 793T Maddox 8:20: pm. The meeting win continue a:m. All members of the Sunday
GRAM entertained their aunt. MRS. EVELYN RICKER. of New Ave., 20 and Shirley A. Bailey through the 15th. Refreshments School to 16 years old will be
Mr.York Oty with a lawn party Tuesday evening. Those present were Pullman Ct. Boy.Mrand Haywood, Rt. 9 Box ; 1984 W. 20th St., 19. will be served at the close transported free. Charges will
and Mrs. Reid Scott. Mrs- Paralce Ingram Mr. and Mrs. Albert 427 Girl. Elijah Riley, Jr., 1929 Decottes of the services. be transported free Charges will
Ingram. Mrs. Thelma Hall and Charlene Hall. MR. AND MRS St, 20 and Shelly J. Acker, 2064 \ also be made to children who
INGRAM JR.. entertained with a dinner at their home and Mrs. Alex W. 1st St., 16. are not members of the Sunday
MRS.THELMA HALL feted Mrs.Ricker with a luncheon. Rackley,4224 San- Mr. and 14rs .Hill- Johnny L. Thomas 2008 Edison Anniversary School.

tee Road Boy. ard Wilson 2915 Ave., 19 and Mozelle J.
CLUB held Its last meeting Usher Board 4 of Mt. Ararat
in the LINCOLN GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB with MRS. LULA Edgewood Ave ,Boy. 241'W. Duval St. 18. Baptist Church will sponsor an
COURTNEY as hostess. Following the meeting games were Mr.and :birs.EugernButlers Thedore A. Hall 1236 W. 28th ObservanceSet outing to American Beach Fri
. played and delicious dinner St: 22 and Nellie M. Gibson 5803'aris
a was served by the hostess. day. The bus will leave the
Members present were Mrs. Lois Hagans, Mrs. Dorothy Logan 1923 Ella Mr.and Mrs. James Ave., 21. church. 16th street and Myrtle

Mrs. Beulah Harris, Mrs. Mattie Sears Mrs. Harriett Lewis. Street, Boy. Scott,1497 W. 27th James B. Clark, 1414 GrotheSt. Sunday avenue at 'pjn.
Mrs. Ruth Gardner, Mrs. Lee Edna Nicholson. Mrs. Eliza Atwater Street, Girl. :., 34 and Maydell Levan 1259
and the hostess.Mrs: Mattie Sears expressed words of W. 22nd St., 25. The League Teeners Club will
appreciation for an enjoyable evening. Mr. and r r s .Lonz a Districts 3 and 4 of Mt. Tabor .
Parker sponsor an outing tor Jekyll Island
Alphonso 125
The Venetianettes are happy to announce that a baby girl Johnson 7233 Mark Mr. and Mrs. Willie Ernest St. Baptist Church will observe jointannivers Sunday. Buses will leave
18 and Jackie L. Green 117
Ernest services at 3p.m.
was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Ivory EJps. Mrs. Elps is the 'y Walker College Ninth street and
assistant recordingsecretary of the club. Street, Boy. T. Morman,2001 St., 17. in the church auditorium. A Myrtle at 9 .
A special meeting win be held July 16. in the Lincoln Baldwin St. Boy. Bobby L. Ellis, 974 W. BeaverIt. program will be presented. am..F
Golf and Country Club. Mr.and bSr .James ., 20 and Mercie D. McKnight, Other activities are today 6:30:
646,W. Dot St. 16. p.m. teachers meeting: and Bible
THE E. Bargeron, 1173 Mr.and :Mrs.' Char- study "'to be followed by prayer.
CATTLEYA MOSANA LADIES will sponsor their ANNIVERSARY James Williams 1127 W. 12th meeting.
TE4 July 11. at the YWCA. tth wd Calhoun t?. 10th, ,Boy. lie McClendon, 735 St, 26 and Evelyn C. Jones, 4622 Wednesday choir 3 wm hold its
.8t.s.. at S p.m. A fine program is being amA ed for this Court E. Blodgett oncrief Village W.. 26. rehearsal at 6:30 p.m. Thursday

Lee occasion.Williams Mrs.Is Mildred co-chairman.Brown la chairman and Mrs. Eddie Mr.and Mrs. Cha- Homes, Girl. Aaron A. Grant, 1350 Harrison 7:30 pjn., choir 2 will rehearse. ellowshipTea
St, 24 and Laretta E.Haynes., Saturday night the Male Chorus
rles Harris 2146
1433 Grothe St. 19. will rehearse. Planned

MEMBERS OP USHER BOARD 2 OF MT. CALVARY Run Street, Girl. Mr.and Mrs. George Johnny: L. Branson 115 Stuart
BAPTIST CHURCH .wffl sponsor a SUMMER TEA in the home t., 19 and Barbara J. Ford, 1075 '
of P. J. MULDREW.' 1023 W. Slat -St. A program is being Mr.and Mrs. Eli- Gaffney, 457 Houston St, 15." Evergreen Choir 2 of St. Paul AME Church
arranged.MRS. Goed win St. Boy. Samuel L. Caine 122 S. 9th St, will.sponsor a fellowship tea Sunday .
jah Nosbit, 132 ax Beach 36 and Melvenia Williamson afternoon from 3 to 6 pjn.Mrs. .

May Streets Girl. 703 3rd Ave. s., 36. Announces Maggie Aaron wen knows
VIRGINIA STONE MERRITT is confined to Duval Medical Mr.and Mrs. Sam- beautician win model some of the
Jessie D. Williamson
Rt 2 Box150A
She is a member of Fellowship
Baptist Church.
and friends Members son Villiams,1257 19 and Ruby C. Wright creations in summer and
are asked to visit her ,
vell Mr.and, Mrs. Lo- 17. 16th St., Boy. Bryceville, Fla, 16. ActivitiesDistrict fan An hats.choirs of the city have been
CHOIR 2 OP ST. PAUL AME church will sponsor a FEt Arthur J. Henderson 704 So. invited to come out and witness

LOWSHIP TEA, Sunday from' to 6 pan., in the basement of Rd., Girl Mr.and Mrs. ,Julius Monroe St Albany. Ga. 21 and B of Evergreen BaptisttChurch this. event
the church. Matthew Davis, the president, announces:' that a Jackson, 1769 "- Manna Given, 1777 E. 28th 5 win meet Sunday morning

program win be presented. Mr.and Mrs.Alvin Fairfax S t., Girl. 18. after morning worship at the

Smith 911 Everson Charles Wm. Bynum 298 Osce- church. West Union
The Sunday School department
ola St, 21 and Idella E. Knighton,
Street Mrs and Mrs. Eugene wffl sponsor its outing to Little
WHEN YOU ABE ILL 1102 Dora St. 21. Talbot Island
You S.tk Tim Beat Doctor rant, 1558 Cleveland Jones, 1847 Davis St, The bus wQl Jearet Saturday he church morning.at AnnouncesActivities

When> Your Doctor PmcrlbM Mrs.Clar Mor an. st. Boy. 21 and Pearl V. Brown, 2112 9 ajn. '

Gets ExptrUnetd Pharaadili ence Bowens Green Baldwin St, 19. District S win meet Sunday at

To Fill Your Pmcripiloaj .'. Roosevelt Castleberry, 632 W 4 pjn. in the home of Deacon
Cove .
SpringsBoy. and Mrs. A. XeBy. 1597 W. 3 tat
Church St 23 and
Mary L. Wiggins
: -
t According To Your Dodor'aOrdtra. St. District 4 and Usher Board swIll
y W. Us Only 1226 Grant St, 18. meet Sunday at 4 pjn. in The Young Matrons auxiliary

The Beat Quality Drugs .'. At Stud or alias Your News '. >1j- Sam Dawson, Jr. 939SL Oakley the home of Mrs. Nola Stevens. win meet Sunday following UK '
6 35 and Sarah N. Adams 999 .
Dr. C. E. BleakProprietor 1538 W. 24th St. morning worship..
Oakley St, 25.U'aion. District 18 win meet Sunday Deaconess Boards sod 2 long
Is T4 Th.FLORIDA Anniversary Set afternoon at 4 p.m.D- the homeof \twith. the missionary! society wffl

3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE Y00LILLY'S -Mr. and Mrs. A. White. 2079 observe their anniversary Sunday
Washington Court W. 16th Stl: 'at I pm. The sermon wffl be delivered
206. H. cf Meet Set
STAR Choir! 1 win meet' Saturday .at by the castor, the Her.
DRUG STORE wffl observe its 40th anniversary The Ministers. Deacon and Lay 7:99 PJO. for rehearsal ,Mr. Cummisgs.District _
July 17 at 7.30 pjn.. in Castle men union of the Primitive Baptist A musical program rain be presented I wffl meet Sunday following
(807 Kink Road ELgte 3-8278 Main OfHea & PIut HaO. Broad and Union streetLy Association win epen July 27 Is the chm'dI.twTttflffrrn the morning worship ta tae
:and continue throczQ the 31st at sponsored by Andrew McCafl toeducational baD4kIr. '
A COMPLETE-UNE.OEi night at 7:30 pm. fettering various Mrs: Mattie Blount wffl observe
Cosmttica Kai Goo PRESCRIPTIONS 'CALLED FOB AND DELIVERED The business meeting win be wm meet with the pastor the stager! Sunday evening durlag the

Naar tJtL Sdwt .;&,; ", ':'.". held Monday night. Ber. H. E. Wright at 7 pm. evening worship.

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Pap Four.. : .. THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Saturday July 9, 1960

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Jerusalem. /: -, J Day Spring Joint Event

** To Conduct ? Unit PlansCelebration Planned in

* C- 1st Baptist
* Rally Sunday

Joint bomecomteg services will The church and pastor's anniversary
. Group I. Hennas StefJettry". ;'r* rb be held Sunday at 2:30 p.m. ta
* captain. "w>H ipouor lctJeMIr Day Spring Baptist Church for of Rrst Baptist Church
- rally Biaday at I pun." at Jen Districts :?. 3. it and 20. | Jacksonville Beach win begin
tic aalem BaptUt Church in &t ndt.&cr1mn. The address win be delivered Monday night. The. Rev. H. .R.
The Rer. Steve Ian wit .R is t t by the Rev. George A. Price Wright !U the host pastor.
* deliver the aennoa for the oceaalan. -, Other participants! art: Deacon 8emceI" will begin with the
* Iftate+ wm be forniabed by 'Henry Lark. Deacon A. Bell. Mrs.T. ;
the Got pelite*. P.. Donald. Mrs. Dora Swift. Rer. J. W. Cuter and eonsrtll.I .
Other activities of .Jeruaakm Mrs.' Marion Marshall. Mra. Ve- I tins ol Galilee Baptist Church in
are: Mid-week prayer meeting ; 4IlL jnetta clayton Miss Betty .Ann surge of services.
: /W win be held tonight with: the dev Fedd. Mb Carolyn Brown. Miss Tuesday night the Rev. H L.
coo to charge of devoUon.Tttndty Martha Phillips Joseph Smith
Jenkins of New Ml. OUve Baptist
night Blhli .. w>Abe Deacon Bob Gardner Deacon E. t j
* cccdocted wltb.tha puter. the Hall.Deacon I I Church- wd conduct aervlcea.
Rev. R. W. Jaduon. aervlng a*. A. Alben. Mrs. Renetta Wednesday night, the Rev.
inetroctcr. Choir 2 will reheant Vaughn and Deacon Mack Cook. I I John James of Second Baptist
with tbs prealdent-charge. Church and the Rev. E. P. Epps
Friday District I will meet at t 1 of &. Andrew AME Church will
the home of.Mra. Juanlta Cbaa conduct services.
dler. 2020 Weatmdoi St.. with Hra.Mozelle Popularity I Thursday night the Rev W. M.
A tfr *C a...Pt.. Call totfces Jonea. president, pry- i :) I I i Hill of Mt. Calvary Baptist
tttAiMHfSJis. .. aiding. I I| Church and the Ray S. L.
11II(' wfc* aab nr Sunday aervlcea will begin with Contest IsSetJuly27' I Badger, paator of Emanuel Bap.
Mntry u4tetter ev ...... the Sunday School at 9:30 tja. I I tint Church will have charge ofI
It p..*.SB.___t81 & with the ,superintendent charge. 'I I I 1en1cea.I .

The morning and evening sermons I 1 Friday night the Rev. R.
writ be delivered by the putar.
i; Smith of Friendship Baptist
.* with choir and umber board 2 sefrag I Church and .members of Roberts
throughout the day.Th '_ A popularity contest between Mt. Piagah AME Church will
Trusle Board wffl, nttrt ANNIVERSARY OBSERVED-Auxiliary 23 to the National Associa Mrs. Beatrice Williams organist conduct aervlcea. '
Monday In the educatloruil brtd- tion of Letter Carriers observed their 54th. Anniversary of the Female Chorus of Zion Appreciation night will be! observed -'
k.&L ant with Itaae Bvty,.cftalnMo.la Hope Baptist Church and Mrs.
July 18 with the Rev. D.
with a Musical Tea at Walkertg '
chargt. Maggie
School.Seen herds Black organist of the J. Graham of Ml. Ararat Baptist
are Mrs. Mabel Harper, Mrs R. L. Johnson, president, Mrs. list Gospel Church Chorus of West Union Bap Church the Rev. E. R. Simpson .
win be
Eola, Ooines held July 27 o! Zion Hope Baptist Churcb
Mrs. Frances Johnson
Bethlehem Mrs. Bessie Hamilton in the auditorium of the West and the Rev. C. A. Wearer of

Mrs. Catherine Burns Mrs, Catherine Sims,Mrs Patterson. Union A Baptist Church. Day Spring Baptist Church In
program win be
rendered. charge of service Each minister
C ,AnnouncesActivitiw minate.after which tha contest win ter win be accompanied by his
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New stanton

The Sunday School &p .4 4

Tribute la paid] of Bethlehem Baptlat Churoh will. .
sponsor Ita annual beach ttufia?
to Joyce of the-j to Little Talbot Island todl1.'J'he'

12th grade class, baa wffl leave the church atL. .
a.m. The adult chol'Wffmeet
young .
She la a member for rehearaal at 8 p.m.r c'
of the Musi-Choi District: 2' will aponsor & trip!
Annual Staff and to New Berlin Friday night tha-
Met 5 wffl! meet in the home of
office aaalatant.r Mrs. Dorothy Walker 2943 AT-
tX"* .blur Ct.. at 8 p.m.
Services for Sunday will begin
with the Sunday School at $30
ajn.'with Deacon Eugene Sawyer p
in charge. 'r 4r
Morning worship 11 ajn. Qwlr
2 and Usher Board 2 will serve
throughout the day. District mass
mteting will be held at t&e
church at 3 p.m. with DUtridr 7,
in charge of the prosrtBu' i
DUtrlcU 1 and 2 win meet b
r the basement of the church'. ,at r 0r
S pan.and 4 pan :; .
Evening worship pan. The y E L
sermons will be delivered by the r6. :

5 pastor the Rev., A. A. AnletMo. PFV s i it _
hVin. tea'y The Junior choir will"nieet. .
Tuesday at S pan.'Prayer meetin +bYb JT
and bible study will t*'bid M..N A .
at the usual hour. : '.

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octaQbserie .
Henry, 12th grade "'=
student, ia a member .

:"1 of the track 4 *> ,
't AnniversaryThe _4 etas io.+ r .
team and footbaiiteam.He r.
Ifl affiliated __ .,. y.; N ,

. with Second The Contented Ten Social and
Baptist Church. Saving Club wffl observe its 29tb v .
anniversary Sunday at 3 pjiu in
the auditorium of Bethel Bftptist
Church the Rev. David Johnson a
* -It *,* -) pastor.The program II: Opening'*selection.

: Choir1 J: prayer Deacon '
Joseph) Thomas: scripture t ,e ". "
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Rev. Mt. Johnson; wecat ).
choir; introduction of mistress ofceremonies.
Mrs. Doris Grant:
mistress of ceremonies. Mr*. Cor .

y toe Mrs. Smith Hazel; welcome Cherry: response address;; ONE COACH TAKES THE PLACE OF

Mrs. Eariine Edwards: selection.Choir .
: reading, Mrs. Mildred
Griffin. / ,/
Solo. Mrs. Louise Adams Introduction O.
s,Y of speaker. Mra. Thel- come to downtown
ma nan speaker Mrs. same '. 40 AUTOS i
Johnson: solo., Mrs. Ruby Rag- '
land: offering Lonnie Baldwin ._ Jacksonville in one automobile. Therefore, it takes

and Mrs. Francis Bowman .
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'Mrs. Annie 'M Baldwin: i. two cars to bring approximately three people downtown.
clab'a! count. Mrs. M..L. Thocaas:
BARBARA PAULK presentations. Mrs. Hazel Cortey

New stantonBarbara --,<"1< :, But one Coach can bring 60, people downtown and, in most instances, they -'.',_

Is a member AnniversaryIs get off closer to their- destination than they could get off if they came by auto- <-, '

of the Girls .
PlannedDistricts > \: mobile. --f
Saving Club, El tc, ,, .
Matador, chaplain'asaistant..8he ; ',, : : ." '. .. .

', *>- >.-is&TSq $yistii .,.-; V-r- ..*And another. ing., Driving-your 'auto is costing more and .more. One lady we -; J' N
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Day Spring Q xrch. 3 and 4 of Mt. Tabor know figured it cost her $2.75 in gasoline and parking fees every time she : ..
Baptist Church wffl celebrate

joint anniversary services'Sunday came downtown on routine errands. So she's riding the Coach regularly now. : "
at 2 p.m. in the church -? ; .
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The program: Selection congregation A Jacksonville, Coach. ride to downtown for 20; (city limits) is one of the ,
Listen To Pepsi'MuiftQuest ; scripture Deacon N. ., -
Green: prayer. Deacon Fred'Mc- ::4 biggest bargains we know. Think it over, 'or just a minute and you'll see .. _
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: Quay: latroductloo of mistress of .. '
: ceremonies. Mn. Battle Lefrins: : what
NttwVO:30tOH:00Phone >> mistreas of ceremonies,.Mrs. 4na ... we mean. If" '$ .' :...:
;j Barr: welcome address. Mrs,. Es :
Request ale J. Williams; response.; Mrs. "2.tI '
q Moseiratafford.Re4ig : Ask, your Driver, write the Jacksonville Coach Company or call ELgin 4-7881 IT .
i EL 6-04612 ,Miss Marguerite Datesmstnlaental :, : -.-$.
solo Miss Paulette ,', : : : :
Owens: reading Ronald Benton; for-a printed Coach schedule. ..- '. .
solo. Mrs. Marie Timnions read J N .! "" "
ing. Mra. S. PaschaH; infroduc- : I ..1'. -
Uon of speaker. Mrs. 'Carrie B. '
.. Field: speaker Mrs. Floriat Bw- .. .. *, '- a t r. Jt .

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; Sugar Ray SeeksI Restored;?Patterson's PrestigeOf Victory As Covington_Starts To Hit

I Western World -,
: Garden Dale Braves Have Won 15 Of 23 However. Covington Isn't the only in hits (M) and Bill White St.

Fight CHICAGO. (ANP) One ofl Games Since Wes ReturnedThere's hero for the Braves. BUI Bruton Louis (82)), and Pinson (75) were
,the most unique, if not the be it, took over leadership In two National among the leaders.
Ex-Middleweight Champ l leads on Johansson-Patterson League batting department. .
no need to inform any Pinson and teammate Frank Robinson
:Eight came from the pen of Atlanta N baseball fans that the atomic load- The slender flychaser. known bet- and Mays each had 15 doubles
Willing To Fight ,AnyoneNEW for his defensive skills than his
Daily World sports editor, Mar ter
r ed bats of Hammerin Hank Aaron ; Willie Kirkland Mays teammate -
I offensive exploits, moved into the
YORK-It U_said that "IMe ion Jackson.: 7r and Ed Mathews are the most powerful front In doubles and and Pinson each had six tri
(17) triples (7)
Begins at 40. Jackson a veteran sports writer weapons in the Milwaukee lid
In other Willie
And Sugar Ray Robinson a 40- began his story with three words: EPLP + i r Braves' attack but for some reason Mays, of the Giants.departments.Is the leading Stolen base leaders included Tony

ycar-old pro boxer, really lake "The U. S. won its first diplomatic J1%,o. the Braves only scalp their National hitter (.348). He also holds down Taylor, Philadelphia.In .
stack in the saying victory since President DwightD. e League foes'when Wes Coving- the American League, teammates -
y the No. 1 slot in stolen base 1S,
Eisenhower left on his goodwill V ton is in tip-top chape.
The former middleweight elianv 't .t _.and runs scored. 50. Ernie Banks' AI Smith (.317) and Minnie
pion called on Harry :Markson. tour of the.Far East wbeFloycf :yit Before Wes returned the Mil 21 homers and 61 runs batted'In Minoao (.333) were among the lead
Madison Square Garden boxing promoter Patterson defeated Ingemar1 waukee lineup on June 8. the ire also tops. ing hitters.

last week to announce Ik- .Johansson recently with a fifth: Braves had a 22-17 record for a Mays also moved among the leaden Minoso was third with runs (43),
will fifiht again,: lie is willing to round knockout that restored the percentage of .564. Since Covington in runs batted in (52) and hits fourth in RBIs (46), second in hits
Mart in August off TV. or he will: prestige of the Western World. cams back. Milwaukee has won 15 (88). Other RBI leaders .included (84) and tied for second in stolen
I wait until Oetobcr when the Garden of 23 games.Covington. bases -(9). Smitty also was among
launches a new TV series over tht At Belmont Track doubled home two runs Roberto Clemente who was batting the leaders.
ABC network. J Tuesday to pull the Braves into a i .322 with 49; Orlando Cepeda San Julio Becquer, Washington, was
However. Markson reminded Robin 3-3 tie in the third inning against I Francisco, 52i; and Milwaukee's among the leaden with triples (4)

1 he was to live tip, to a contract Negro Jockey Wins the Chicago Cubs and then homer-
in Baltimore Md. prior to ed in the sixth to lead the way to Henry Aaron 50.
his defeat by Paul Pimler Alfred Brown. 21-v car-old Negro (to 5-3 victory. Pittsburgh's Clemente was third Cubs Send Johnson

"I expect to straighten that out JocKcy. led all the way to win the
with the Maryland Commission," I eighth race at Belmont Park Tuesday '
Robinson said. I aboard OutRiving Favored.Outgiving '>rs Harrell of Wings Monarchs Back To Houston

WILL nr.irr ANY .. paid $610 and Brown I
MIDDLEWEIGHT UM, raven an ovation by the crowd.
"1 will fight any uiidiuVwcighi. Many years ago there were a 4 L Shortens Stroke Lead With Helpof Sent Down To Make Room
the' SuKanuan told MarLson. "1 number of outstanding Negro) riders -
would fight Archie ,Moore r for the but iii rejccnt )'r3rS they have I For 3rJ Sacker Ron SantoPnTSBURGHANPPrior

I I light heavyweight title if be. can .been few and far between. : to Soar at DishInfielderOutfielder Kid Clouters k to
?, make the 175-pound limit. I am Brown started riding in 1953 ant' ."- One of the prime reasons for th ,: willing to fight the winner of flu won his first, race at :Monmouth T Monarchs' success in the early goinj Pirates twice in a doubleheader -
Carmen Ba&illo-Genc Fullmer bout.. l ark on July 21. 19S4 Then, after Billy Harrell hit was Ira McKnight, a versatile powei here Sunday, the Chicago
'"If I fight Pender again it must a few months he went into the 17 homers for Rochester last year.This hitter with a .403 mark. McKmgh Cubs announced the optioning of

be in New York"Ile Navy. year he had only four as of plays third base, the outfield or catd outfielder Lou Johnson to Houston
also mentioned Wilfi Grca-- He returned to racing at Pimli- June 30, yet Billy figures he's a bet. and handles each job with skill. for the second time this season.

\ei. newly crowned British '.Km- co this spring and his apprentice ter hitter and the International.. League For the first 20 league engagements, Johnson was sent down to make
pare middleweight champion.' and allowance has been extended because averages prove it. McKnight came through with 25 hits room for third baseman Ron Santo

Tiger Jones, of Yonkers. as other of military service. -- Harrell, 31-year-old handyman hada and seven of them were :mers. H who was called up from Houston
lie would be willing to face. big June and soared to the top of also batted in 20 runs. Once before the Wriglcys sent
.'1 would have fought Eduardo Ml) Approves'Thomas' the league's hitters with a .327 aver The Monarchs had four of the top: Johnson to Houston when it was

J.ausse.if he bad not returned to -- -<. age. He has played every position seven hitters in the four-team circuit decided he needed more seasoning (
_.Argentina" Robinson said.Phia. except pitcher and catcher. His hit- including the pace-setter Center s I He was hitting only .224 with
RecordBAKERSFIELD ting splurge convinced Manager Clyde Fielder Palmer Hubbard. The rifle the Cubs as of last Saturday.

King that he should be playing everyday armed outfielder, who is only 20, has Ernie Banks leading the National .
S ( Bids For3rd Johc so Billy was stationed at third attracted considerable attention with League in home runs (21), and
base. his .468 average and 21 RBIs. He also the majors in runvbaUcd-in (61),
Thomas' 7-2 high Jump at.the I "I think I'm a better hitter this year had six homers. collected a hit in etch game Sun.

Floyd-Ingo Match 1960 Rational AAU outdoor meet .. because I have cut down my swing. i' Another youngster who was fattening .
Fm trying to meet the ball and hit it day.Banks
was one of three new world up on NAL pitching was Melvii relinquished the major
where it's pitched instead of going Miller a 17-year-old left fielder whc league home run leadership Sunday .
records US. standards
R Mann City Kepresentatlve. as for the long ball so much," Harrell when
Frederic was No. 7 in league batting with a L Roger Mans of the New
offered Philadelphia Stadium by the National AAU in executive commented. .375 average. He knocked in"18 runs. York Yanks nosed ahead of him
as a logical site of the next session and forwarded tothe "Swinging from the heels tends to In addition to the Monarchs. th after hitting two home runs in the
heavyweight championship bout between International' Amateur Athletic jerk the head and you lose sight ofthe other clubs in the league are the Birm second Yankee-Cleveland game to

champion Floyd Pattersonand Federation for world tpprov-. ANNUAL,3OATRACE.ThQsegontiemen., pitch. For those big guys, thehard !I ingham Black Barons the Detroit hike his total to 2:.

," challenger Ingemar Johansson al.Thomas' earlier world record .' smile happily aMd:1sp.ar..tr: : ph1e's :': likes'.those swing homers is natural., but I Every feel I'll hitter get I:New, Orleans. Stan. and' the RaleigtTigers.

sheet Bill Fugazy, supervising director leaps of '1.1% (twice) and 7.1% won during-the annual Boat Race he Id_ a few by Just getting good wood on -
:of Feature Sports.Inc.. was the ball. In the meantime I'll be getting
wired the information i were also approved though_superseded JtLly 4th at New Berlin Winners in more singles and doubles."
In his wire llann said '"Philadelphia ", recent featCharley'by the Bostonlan's most their divisions were R. J. Nelson, 000 Lopez Completes

would like to have the next TIoVcU's record-tying B" Simpkins, Walter Perr ,Ben Perry, Had Trials With Tribe I

heavyweight championship match I 10.1 for the 100 meters and RayNorton.s Walter .Bell and W. Davis. The Cross Harrell says he doesn't mind moving
held in our 100,000 seat Philadel- from one place to another if it
record-tying 20.6 for the Channel Swim trophy ,winners (Bottom All-Star SquadBOSTON
phia ,Stadium. We are prepared I to 200 meters and :m yards around helps :the Red Wings, u long as he
fullest and photo) were Julian V/alton Willie
extend 'our cooperation one turn set in 1939 and 1960. plays'most of the time. :
stand ready to;utilize' all the municipal also were approved. Pearson and 'Walter Hears A graduate of Siena College, wherehe American of the Orioles.
facilities that are needed." was a basketball and baseball League Pre at den t Joe Cronin Ted Williams of the Bed Sox

Mann mentioned that "our city's Ink scholarship player. Harrell has had today announced\ the 22 players was named to a reserve outfield
boxing history marked such memorable Browns Grumbling Ace Third Patterson-Johansson Bout three'chances with the Cleveland In- selected by Manager Al Lope to" role along wh Al Kallne. Tigers:
CLEVELAND The Cleveland he started his in and Al
heavyweight title bouts as dians since career complete the 1960 AL All-Star Harvey Kutnn. Indians
the and Marciano- 8ro11of'the National Football 1952. He served under Al Lopez Ker-, Smith. White Sox.
Walcott matches." He also explained League, announced yesterday the May Be Staged: In Windy City by Farrell Bobby Bragan' and Joe .cquad. Two coaches. two batting The eight starters named earlier -
signing of Jamie practice pitchers a batting practice New
that "our stadium is annuallythe halfback. Caleb Gordon. are Berra. Bill Skowron.
site of the Army-Navy and Liberty ) of Grambling College. : After spending his first seven sea catcher and a trainer were York. Ib: Pete Runnels Boston
Bowl football games." Caleb was drafted in 1959 but return CHICAGO. (ANP' ) Jr., head of the local National Boxing sons in the Cleveland system Harrell also named. 2b; Ron Hansen Baltimore M;

to school because he had a some unexpected Inc. who attended was sold to the Cardinals in February chosen .
third heavyweight title Barrlnr-r I Enterprises The: right starters were Frank Malzonf. Barton lb: Minnie
year of college eligibility remain Floyd j recent fight in New York Cityis 1959, and shipped to Rochester.He previously by a poll among all Minara. Chicago. If: Mickey
Celtic Star To Make ing. tween Champon Johansson believed to have conferred with hit only _.266 for the Wings last players, manager and coachesin Mantle New York ef: and Roger
and dethroned Ingemar
'the principals. The International year.but nbw has regained his bat- the league. Maria New York. rf.
be in Chicago sometimein
Home In Liberia will ,stage
the Associated Boxing Club, predecesscr of the ting eye. The All-Star games will M Lopez steeled Tony Cuctinelb
BOSTON-(ANP-Bijr Bill Russell September, NBEf, of which: Gibson was vice Both King and HarreH hold the played in Kansas City July 11 and and Don Gutteridge. both of the
the rebounding genius d 'h<< Negro Press has learned. president promoted the heavyweight opinion that Harrell can go back to in New York July 13. White Sox. .. his coaches. He
Boston Celtics champions of the Lt was reported that Bill Fugazy, match Nov. 30, 1956, in the majors after a good.year in the Lopez named pitchers Gary Ben named Ed Frodlch. also of the
National Basketball Association Watch this down a director of Feature Sports, Inc., which Patterson first won the heavyweight International."How and Dick Stlpnin of Cleveland: Pale Hose, trainer
told reporters he plans to settle in > the promotional firm which-..spon title by knocking out Archie many guys do you find in Jim Coates and Whitey Ford of Tom Borland. Basis. and Ray
Liberia after his professional ca- sored the recent rematch was seeking Moore the majors who can play all those New York: Bud Daley Kansas Herbert KawaC; y. VII hurl
rer as a basketball player is end 67-23-2 a co' fence with Mayor Richard The.eampalp against Pattersonby positions respectably and hit and run City:-Chuck Estrada. Baltimore; batting practice Harry C Jill of
ed. Dale] to work out arrangements the daily press was, enough to'unnerve besides?" they ask. Frank Lary. Detroit; Bill MonbouQuette. the Ath1flIc.1! 1 be the batting
"Africa.** he said.quietly "U t1u eland 486 90.:-881 foe policing the fight. any fighter. And that was Harrell recently played in three different Boston; Caaiilo Piscuil. practice ealchtr

of-the future. Fugary indicated his organization the only cs Sunday'night twin-bill in Cuba went claislc.
In the midsummer
aH but sold Chicago -
was on (quarter.
.' Elaton Howard. Yankees
; Jim Brown 4 5's as the, site of the fight but wanted past midnight, June 28, he caught a and Sherm Lollar. White Other veterans of the squad
M I 0 assurances of full police protection.He plane and played with the International selected to back up tie Berra and Fox, who will be
Sox. were
Signs for 0' 2 was sure the fight would draw Warriors Sell Pistons all-stars in Toronto the next starter Yogi Berra. also of the playing their 13th and 10th Ail-
night and then in Rochester the following -
well in' Chicago, He said: To Dave Gunther Yankees. Star tames r *pe<*iv Iy.
$50 GrandCLEVELAND 31-47-88 "There definitely is going to be Rights evening.Cleveland Reserve infielders are Luis Apa-

I: ; another title Sight between Patterson DETROIT-The Detroit Pistons rido and Nelson Fox of the White

Ohio (ANP 774--69-239Conteg and Johansson under our pro-! National Basketball Association Sox; Vie Power Indians, and
of the
I Jim Brown, the fullback- Brooks Robinson and Jim Gentile
dynamo of the Cleveland AitnctSdM 'motion. We would like'o stage theEight have obtained ,the rights to Football ,

Bro\mtlast week spiked the, 95-40-18 in Chicago and have indicated Dave Gunther, former University of Star Signs Contract. ;
rumors that he would retire as much to A. G. Atwater, executive Iowa star.
from professional football by Sometime he' up I vice president cf Wrigley CLEVELAND. Ohio - :i The Pistons announced they acquired Jim Brown, the fullback-dynamo of
tlgniag his 1960 contract with Sometime he> down .
the from the Philadelphia the Cleveland Browns last week
; the Browns for $50,000. He add, .subtract Field.All organization Is request rights ,
: He works It all around our Warriors "for more than the spiked rumors that he would retire PALMSOF
Ills new salary reportedly :ing is that we have sufficient potlice $500 waiver price." from professional football by
makes him one of the highest protection so we can avoid the. Gunther drafted by the War signing his 1960 contract with the
paid player in the history of kind of gate crashing and confusion was Browns for $50,000.
I but then went into
in 1959
riors service -
the National Football League. experienced here in New
we for six months and later play- His new salary reportedly make
York the other night." ed with Cleveland of the National him one of the highest paid players
l' Yen e..%t H... t. C*to Te,.n t. GetS In Monday's (June 20) rematch, Industrial Basketball League. in the history of the National

police protection at the Polo FootballPHOTOGRAPHS League_ JACKSONVILLE

' LOW PRICES grounds was inadequate. So inadequate .
; that some 500 person
fight". Ringside seats were alsotaken I OR Saturday.. Sunday
over by thousands of spectators
: o.Yeer from the stand and scalpers '
peddled tickets -at $1klet. EVERY OCCASION .r

I' Contacted, Dale,' "said he would ON STAGE ATTRACTION

:: DRUG STORE NEEDSTM& welcome. the'- Ight here, but Exptri Photography

t' ; [couldn't commit himself' until the Portrait, Wadding BasqM

J' :Y ..&With Yaw Nikferfc.W Draf StotWC biatter of police. parttdpaUoa- has.. e4 P..,.. & IdOTHflcattoa Photo

::: '," been My discussed. Be expressed: }z
I .::.. : WsJ.Iivet--AIM FiD AH D.ctm' 'mcriptt.M confidence the ,police would otter PMt_ For Nrcrapr cr Cut Price
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tall protection. Whll You Wall Lloyd

If the fight is held here the Coloring & Picture Fraalag -

r xiSPharmacy site would be elthtr Wrifley Field, Lei Ut Tafe A Photo O! Too '

i r the uome of the Chicago Cobs, located _
.::;: ... oa the northside, 'or Cow la Natural Color ':; '.;=. .0: .,, .,.'_
key Park home of the American -
)t: ; J'. 1302 KINGS ROAD at MYRTU AVENUE League Champions -Cbkago White ADMI SION--.;:. ., ?t: -- : c

J: -. PHONES El 343f-fit Sox. on the sonthside.Hetnwnlle I .AAVERY'S PHOTO STUDIO .. I' ,

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doesat seem to< be the only promotional 1674 Next EWC VISIT -
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firm intorettsd in mnI-
};.: J': "-- *.. \ BILLS AT OUR STORE in< the fight her*.'Truman Gibson, EL {.7/OiFoe Appotetmwt THE PALMS DINING ROOM -
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Week Ending Saturday, July 9, 1960 THE FLORIDA STAll ,- ., '
P.g.Sbr ;
-t :. BEST WISHES Royal Crown Starts !

chips off the blocks BEST WISHES Bottling Company Sunday RITZ. FIRST RUN I II I

By Thy Jay Y

...-. / ..,.,. FL 94488IVES EDbE } '
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Something new on tho nusic scone has 'STREET CAKV/A3H, SHOP MICKEY /, ETERNITY (
arrived. Bobby Glenn of- the Safari has MAOtq+m T DuctpE.*COlI***"CMt
scheduled Saturday afternoons for Jan .
... '.. Sloe Irons and
sessions for the rest of the sumer. -: >: AND Jack.
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7 f Toasters repaired.
Yours truly alon:; ':I.th Ken Knight dug ". !tf' ." > V/EEK SPECIAL ALA1rCE "10 SECONDS TO HELL"
25 V/. 4th St. THIS
the first one last neek'and shades of ., .., -.'. '"- Ironing Cords replaced -
ShellyUnnn rid his Ken It the .. i"'" *- *
nas ,.r '.
most. If; you dig tho sounds and lovo POULTRY -. 'p .3l.50.Vene- THE SEAFOOD CENTERCorner
Blinds cleaned -
to hoar them, stop by the "Safari from EL 6-9286 _

two til six every Saturday. Oh yes, If ,tapes(35 and x 54)ropes. Myrtle Ace. and Shad Roe
02.00 I
you club poople want an eaygot way to

; nonoy in your treasury call Bobbyat ; .. Phone EL 36.756Saleslady Medium MULLET. . Ib. 20c

the Silver Star or Safari. Best'. Wishes LARGE MULLET . Jb. 29c
Good nows for the Thornton Fan Club- Wanted saleslady for .Watkins Flash Frozen I
Walter is bac!: in town.He arrived from :.. .. "\ Products in Northwest Jackson Mullet Hoe :. 1&. 98c

California this week and promptly helda '. KATHLEEN. L. HARTLEY SALT MULLET ROE . .Ib. 98c
5.8215.8 12
ville. Call.EL tp am.
session 'at the Ribault Tuesday night j '_ 1 r' CLERK carry-out handy
Glad"to see Teddy 7/ashlhgton out ai i FOR SALE 15 Ib. tab
;. S14.25 Tnh
gain. ,He's"still on crutches but hOI s ....... OPCIVIL
on the set. .7 m. RANCH STYIE SHRIMPBOATVHITHIHG ............*. 32c

Karvin Gans on of Kozy Horner is busyas COURT I HOUSE \7ITH L\RGE K3P BED BASS ?.,.". .<... .........h... .k.. ]3C
can be. His newest place "The MANGO! SNAPPER ib.
.. Carousel'! opens Sip on Iloncrief near HOODED LOTS AVAILABLE Yellowtail
ALSO lb.
Golf P it Friday. Tarvin says that he 1F.r Ik. tIIfIEa1IE
will feature take-out and eat there Fresh
Dressed 11
8 3148 CATFISH Jb.Speckled .
orders. He will also have the only PHONE PO 5-1892 ."D.Ucio....;.. .....,/tied ..4 ..".., .dk ...... 90
a.4 ks I..I Ek.f .
char-broilor for steaks on this. side 1a..r, la" In/. a KI tu q

of town" l IIAICCUTS Treat chI Eke.;.;' ib.
On the subject of businesses, Dane:
J Rumor and "D e" say that .Br. Big on the For your next; haircut visit

Alcohol kick and llr. Big on the bar-b- t the Artistic Barber Shop, 619 Oceanview Beach
que set are holding hands and will coma .11E ,SPOTS
W. Ashley Phone EL 49231.
: with ; .
up something big. MYSTERY OF THE r from WhittlingIB.t
rlE: :- ;/'here are all of the politicians :' C.C.McCurdy,Prop.; Charles
who were a round a few months ago.. A -.'" Simmons.. Mgr.TROUBLED. VirginiaPIDELITY .

few weeks ago we were getting". sortsof : -
mail fran all sorts of -: ;. C =
organlzatlais:;; lb,
telling us how to vote and why "I" Prepare Now For A Good Paying* ? LOVE? set.u! ii/
: these are the right men".I have Career In Bprbering MONEY PROBLEMS ??
Enroll! Now In The South's Finest BIG Jilt! CRABS SI.00
not heard a chirp about.reg1stI'atlon.. College. G.I. Approved I'll help. Solution u. .art.. .. hell ., iu5..i C....,.
leocQts: corner" is busy with the hot* FLORIDA BARBER COLLEGE available,. if instructions ': ,k. IL 5-1611

stove politicians in full bloom but not Branch foil oured.
630 Davis At Beaver- Phone EL 59874KO
one is knocking on doors doing civic .. .
work. You know Jtho free kind where you FLORIDA STAR JOHN WAMSTEKER i S
v/oar out shoo MATTE WHAT HAIR CULTURE YOU USE... Dept. 35
leather and burn the IN EVERY
you buy. TWICE R TEAR'r COLORED HOMEI Box 10, ottoryCape,
If Diogenes 'ore to come to Jacksonville j South Africa.BUSINESS.

Florida, I would tell him not to R stubbu{1uu ..':-=- :-:-:--..-: : _- .. ._ .
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look for an honest nan but to try and

find a dedicated, conscientiouS school. ", DIRECTORY
I teacher. .. .. .. ..
One of'tho few such individuals: .-...--:-.--;.- --- The Finns listed! Below Arc Recommended :As Reputable 1 Establishment :..-.:_.--:::::-'
we have in our midst ,
passed -
Spociattdng' Service! ? end ProductsLIAGUOLIA ::
scene this wo ok. The death of K
Tom Davis
\ taEYnrue _. ,.. ... ., .
r fill.left" a Our vacancy which will be hard to ,----. .- ., ,--....,--..,..,,'.......-.-.--.",-- -- '-: '::::: '.-.._-..-. -- .< v e ) ..4. .. I
sympathy, goos out to his .
f E
._ 0 Haltbecomisscut'tomed T
I Bill Grahan of the Honey Dripper. down fciir to cultures.tear wukar To e. r

f: Fernandina way turned on the lights in sustain their iffKtiVIIIIS us.Kosgolea *- Ri wr : Lt.

the Enquire Tuesday. The only trouble lust twle{ It
was that Bill made his Yew t Is _
I, the help'pay allof J...40,....... f
chocks He and Duck Davis still have .or.uan. /
i' the title as "the closest men in town". ,,::.1'.."'., .it.e.yw"t Mf e s y .x r rte./

By the way we hear that. the Davises are ," '4...,r S ../ 2CNW.U.!...Ile....

expecting a duckling. I." .ii"..#.;, :.:..-.M..M..tut",city...+.. FEDERAL SAVEIGS AIID
: The .Richard TJilliamses are at home. --.. ... LOAM
I They made a belated honeymoon .trip to KongoldnoOrifkal 16 Laura Stroot-1086 S. Edgov/ood Ave,.

Detroit and points North recently. Mrs. Mdiii I*ttn tmrf.STRAND Save For Future Happiness
7illlams is the former Ruth' Dumore, a 6540 Cleveland Road PO 5-8274 .
recent Bethuno Grad. Richard is a naval
Homes To quit Your Heed
officer and pilot stationed at Jax HAS

Oijchids to' them. Sunday! ,: ": .. '..
Brenda Fox pf est palm Beach is the :-:; :' ::-..:'
charmer OF I :
you soon a round town in x
'the company of the above mentioned Will i t h,. Y

iamses. ,
Also on the list of expectant parents i k i.- 7 VISION w Gt
aro the Cruses of cExr
Floradale. Mrs Cruse
is N r N : /NA
tho former Verallliama of the Braw-- t I
ster staff I il.1I

The owners of tho Ribault have shuff- r...t.tM r6 I

6d the deck again. Elcee Lucas is very

'i much in evidence as the head man. Ted I I
,Douglas is no longer
manager. On the '
302 est
8th. Street
cash register is the former Daisy Anderson BARGAIN HOUSE
Day Hone Demonstration
a local gal who has been away for t 2503-09 Edison Avenue i

a spell. Daisy' is still a daisy, and a Complete Line Of: Building & Plumbing ...
'pretty one. Supplies
: Willie. Quarteman formerly o'f the

Trppicanna is now greeting folk at the 1 1 1 ."-- -. -. -. : f'
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Enquire. J D. Brooks is greoter at the : .w-

Tro: lcarma. Hugh .":il son is the assist if UM.LOVE AMD AND_MURDC.*}>-| -ASIt STELEvJ.JON ;

ant manager of the Enquire. ItWI pnsfats
The latest vogue is morning bridge GUnn DEBBIE : *rL2 / L-

sessions. Alveria Davis and' Lo nor a. Lee FORDREVnOL05ROOSEVELT.
both entertained groups this wools 3 t ., .4 sr

load Singleton has become one of the Wl IEflti'a
newest members of tho exclusive Fla-Jax t ,

Club Tho club is making plans for their TUsSwon.MM SUN. .... rwww '
annual trip and outing. .. TIll, DASTE'S APPLIAHCE3 A1TD TELEVISION -" .
1.0 10' en"
Reports are that there will be some IFF RALS 2642 Atlantic Blvd-5047 Uormadv Blvd
major changes in the Nassau County r1:":\ aMO 5222 Korjood Avenue JAX ALSCO ALuimron nic

schools come next yoar. Home boy Roscoe' ; SQUAD Everything In Gas & 21ec. Appliances 2815 train Street

";ebb is roportly headed for South Pla, 101 OCONNELlIfVfllV Terms On ,All Hone IfcprovonentgDOUGAlPs
and tho principal of Callahan is slatedto IINNfTTVIMCi .
take- over peck. Here at home the &wT..rT r
annual rat is for *
race on jobs eAmngthe anw.Ee{Tin mu f /

choice plums are supposed to be severalnew 'j, 1
Junior hip h' administrative positions ;' T-.


Mrs. Amy Curry is all smiles. SamJr. s
and Ramie Francis are visiting her .fora s

spell. Sam is still in khaki and Mania

makes her homo in Kansas City; She has
a lawyer hubby and .three boys. f TE'tUt.Y s.

Jimmy Jenkins has a search warrant "mITAHED YOUTH" .

" out for the mdaneywho purloined his. AID Shown around the hone of Joe Loc,1317 { k.

two rear wheels whil xhe and Wesley M11R. ASHINGT01T GOES McConiho Street, is one of the Chain HAJIO Ate T7
Scott relaxed in tho Job ult Yep, they TO TOT7N11 : Link Fences installed by Reeves Fence 1300 FLORIDA AVS.

. *took wheels,_ .tires._ t and_ all. Win-5520 Mon. Nits Co mP any located, at 4501 ITewBeach Blvd. Specializing in TV Repairs and Sales

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