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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 30, 1960
Publication Date:


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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
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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 30, 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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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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i Data On NAACP

", Ministers

Risking Jailing

r Southern demon- To Giving; NAACP Data

lta judge TALLAHASSEE-Two Miami Negro ministers Wednesday

av/hite gallantly stood their ground and chose to risk jail sentences

pe of a rather than answer questions about the NAACP for Florida

Legislative investigating committee.The .
its verdict

Rev. Theodore Gibson,
president of the Miami branchof
Congo Premier Is Met at Washington Negro the National Associationfor Death Of Negro
the Advancement of Cole
ored People, and the Rev. Edward
I.Lumumba Herter T. Graham gave their
names but no other Information -
to the committee at a In Raiford Prison

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Discuss dtCongo Mark Hawes, attorney for DescribedAnother By

the committee shot th same

questions he did on Nov. 4.

,V WASHINGTON I of Deputies and Joseph Okito, : Va. 1959 at the witnesses and was Witness
>Congo Premier Patrice Lumumba vice president of the Senate. prior an rewarded with the drab reply
began a, series of talks
U.S. officials. Wednesdayin Arriving in a drizzling rain. counters in "I refuse to answer that
with Lumumba said in his airport The Government in charring
a bid for American help to have been question. ,..
speech his month-old country 14 Rnifoid State Prison guard
make ,
his -racked newborn in this At
'country a "unified, Itrani'and wants "cordial and correct relations Graham specifically refusedto with the violation of the rightsof
with all. democratic answer questions about
democratic nation.. security pn.on-
countries." lunch count- March 12 meeting In Orlando maximum
The 35-year-old leader con- where representatives of several eis heard testimony this week
ferred with Secretary of State Woolworth's organizations met to plan concerning the alleged torturecf
Christian A. Herter a few hours were scenes of sit-In demonstrations by Ne- Negro inmate Talmadge

after being greeted with a 19- MAN HELDIN in the spring gro students. Sellers which is raid to have
gun salute on his arrival here Graham refused to say if he
resulted in his death.
from New York. attended the meeting and If
.I"'R clergymen he went there with Carl One of the prosecution's:
In aa airport speech, the DEATH: counters Sat' Braden of Louisville, Ky. principal \Vitn(' ,Ty Cobb, a

premier declared hU people )' spread Committee counsel Hawes Negro prisoner at Raiford
of Tampa said he would ask
"desire true democracy In our
during 1953 now on leavefrom
congregations Circuit Judge W. May Walker
country" and added he was Benjamin Brown 65. an
will be sewed to hold Gibson and Gra- the Florida State Hos-
"confident we will find in the eastside pool hall operator.
ham in criminal contempt. pital for the Irunne at Chat-
United States the aid de service.
we was held for the grand jury Walker ruled earlier this
tahoochcc is said to have
: of
sire. \ change policy
Wednesday in the July 20. month that the two must answer
which previ given eye witness accounts of
The visiting African leader slaying of ayoung man who to the line of questions or be In "di Sellers final days .it the prison
.was greeted at the airport by Brown said broke a pool cue. in refusing to rest and criminal contempt"of prior to his (Sellers) death.
Herter who told him liis talks _,Asst. State Atty. Nathan apparently court. The Judge could
order them to Jail until Nicknamed "Pcpcyc", Cobb,
over the next two days would Schcviix said Justice of the profits resulting they
bring "increasingly close and agree to answer questions. apparently could not be sha-
Peace Dorcas B. Drake held boycott.
beneficial" U.S. ties with the!. Both Gibson and Graham ken in his testimony by the
Brown following an inquestinto
Congo. contended their rights of free defense when he reportedly
the death of Donald association and free speech
U.S. officials have said that asserted that during his jobas
1 would be violated if they were
Emmttle Harold 25. of 911
aid to the Congo probably
any forced to answer questions truth or "runaway", he
would be channeled through the Oakley SL. also known at
about themselves and others. stated thai he usually carrieda
United Nations which dispatched "Joe Plate". _. ._ ....=--
Gibson also questioned thecommittee' hOc used to spray prisoners,
military police forces thereto _,Police Investigators said claim to be interested
and that he also allegedly ac-
avert what was becoming a Brown of 1589 Clarkson St. in finding out 1.1. Communists
tompanccl: nds whet! they
dangerous shot Harold in the temple as have Infiltrated the
NAACP in Florida."I srr:>"'' U.N. administration of aid, a result of the broken cue
Negro In doubt that the committee used tear gas in order to
officials believe, would reduce incident and altercation in the teachers paying is seriously interested in dwuphnc them.

poolroom at 1060 Florida. Me.f that the anything other than an effort to
now Cobb is also reported
the dunces of Russia tryingto fMAi to curb the activities of the
step In unilaterally with a bill of health association in seeking to have testified that during one

program of Us own announced eliminate racial segregation
CUT ON FOREARMBY and other forms of discrimination occasion, Sellers, who had
Lumumba had two key aides UNKNOWN ATTACKER I charges, with practiced in this state," acquired a habit of singingand
that he had been
with him u he met with Her- Joseph T. Stokes 29, was cut Gibson said in a prepared tapping on his bunk was
-ter.They were Joseph Kasongo 'on the forearm last Sunday at rumors for quite statement removed from his cell by

president of Congo's Chamberr Orange and Julia Streets, police committee He said he last had November assured the the guards who shackled his ait'l-

reported. NAACP would expel any leg together, then'cuffed hk

)I'rHEJACCUSES SON- The victim: stated that he was at Two member shown to be a' Communist hands to the 1 egirons thus

OF TAKING HER MONEY I standing at Orange and Julia S.C. leaving him in a squatting
Streets minding his own business position
Mrs. Lula Belle fast, 85, of: HUSBAND BEATS UP
I when a man.unknown to. S.O. July The inmate went on to say
707 Jefferson Street was robbed MOTHER
whom him came up behind him and ; spectators: at that Sellers was then later
by someone she suspects 20, of
Mrs. Eva Mae Burke
cut him. He was taken to Du at two given gas by the guards who
to be her own son police here today 2543 Moncrief Road was beaten
val Medical Center where he also inflicted/further punishment -
reported. protested seg- by her husband last Monday "
treated and released. Police -
The octegenarian said her was counter service. about some washing he wanted
said Stokes was in a The following day, Cobb
son, Telton Grant, 60, took $41 30 miles done, police reported.The further Sellers
condition time revealed could
drunken at the
a 9 pm. to
from her pocket book. She victim stated that her husband
C of the cutting. on persons hardly walk when he was.
l didn't see him, but after trying fitful asked her to wash some
R Matthew and W. B. a taken from the cellREGISTER
I to borrow money from her he Sgts. nights of ra .work pants for him. She said she f
went downstairs* to 709 Jefferson Jones investigated.. .. I told him she couldn't wash them r
Street. While there he was police booked with her hands because she wa
flashing the same denomination investigation pregnant and he jumped on her .
as that stolen from her. were thrown at and beat her. NOW
Bacon, 52 of 723 W.
A witness at 709 Jefferson Aaron variety store Mrs. Burke was taken to Duval So You Can Volt
Street was hit over the .
Duval Officers ar-
Street saw Felton flashing the and ori. the left arm ; man for dis. Medical Center by police cruiser. For Your BlqhtsI1E018TEB
money the'.vict1\ stated. She xight eye after a white She stated that she would securea NOW
last at 500
chair Sunday
also stated.that, she would, with a' u he left peace warrant for her protec
prosecute police reported. Davis:Street, police reported., tort with. tion against her b husband, police
.: .. e, e' e. '.:The victim stated he .and a.k said. .! .
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Negroes In Florida sho want to see the

t Democratic arty back In power so that

i i'\V-1P by Tfct Florida 8fc* Ping. Co. the Democrats can put Into action the

'"Member of Associated 1eEro Pray" strong platform they: have ,adopted: :) should

fcto O. Wiipton ... bostir .themselves and see to it that

C. Pb.s. Johnwn. ,...... Ktws every eligible Negro be registered to

xT1ia orXea C1rw1. Dept- Y vote in November.There is talk of fear

that Florida die-hards dll support the

Republicans becuase of the Demos' civil
t 1
MAIN OFFICE fcJttl PL 1f'Ts. rir rights plank.

MoMiti Road 8 44TM tL 4tlMailiog

Addvosit S.r V It 1 Kennedy. 3
a "v' i The bails for fear JVM that
P. O. Box 581 .JactoonvClo 1, Florida ( countless Democratic voters hWen the Democratic executive -
committee meets in Washington
would cast their ballots for
next month, Johnson
,Republican Nixon, not because I said ho and the national committeewoman -
Mailing .u.Inii. they liked Nixon or approved Mrs. Mary Cox

P. a' Box 8fl, Jacfcmvdo 1, Florida ., r the GOP platform but as a of Gainesville, will start plugging
protest to the national >>em- to get the 1M4 convention
T oeratlo leadership held in Miami.

BUBSCMWIOH RATES -' The only political leader who Baa Hotel Space
cheered the most liberal plat "We want to bring the national -
I Tair;,f&ttf Kill YM?.. H.OOj T&to Ma&O: 11.86 a P I j form In the party's history was convention to Mi.mI..b.illeS. .
1G1 "and if build a
la The Ualtod 3&M.l4utrte f rr former U.S. Sen. Claude they'll
......To Yea, Aarvfccr* Pep- 20,000-seat coliseum down there
. ? r. .., toafc Owcfc o* met Calle T per, long a leader 1)){ the liberal I know Miami has the hotel accommodations
'PbOEi forces. and the glamourto
S1'A8r-P. O. BOX WlIOTfOaVBdWe'V
".. Of. more than a score, contacted become the convention city"Johnson

r. l.L ,Pepper stood alone In. said he thinks Ken-
.,err 1 thinking the new platform nedy and Johnson will make an
WHAT CQ QDWILL would help, not hurt the par- excellent team. He expressed
( confidence that Florida will go
; : ) ty."I
believe it will let us carry Democratic despite the civil
d ,' \ '' Florida by a good majority," rights, plank in the platform.
i 1 declared Pepper. "We were entirely pleased
1 : This platform is on the 'with every other plank in the
:71 "
) whole the best ever to come platform, Johnson said.
out of a Democratic conventionor ,He said any talk of a southern
JLVOTE DO? : any other convention. It bolt into a third party was con
4 small minority.
fined to a
really promises to do something -
.for the people, of all Johnson also said Qov. LeRoy
classes and when the Collins did a commendable Jobas
chairman of the
S UNTIL THESE CAUSES ARE REMOVED, PEACE WILL BE JEOPARDIZED understand it, they will convention.permanent
Frequently you hear this question: What gooc( will one vote support it." ,

do? Well, one vote has had a lot to do with a lot of,things inthis -- An opposite view was bluntly Rep. Adam Clayton Powell,
expressed by Robert M.
ceuHtry. Democratic'leader of Harlem
% Your Weekly Morgan state committeemanfrom the
Thomas Jefferson was elected President by one vote in the Dade County 'and' South said Tuesday that Sen.

So John Quincy Adams.. Florida's No. one backer of Tohn F. Ken-
electoral was
college. Horoscope GuideWHICH Farris Bryant, Democratic edy could not
Rutherford B. Hayes was elected President by one vote. nominee for governor. s;, 'e elected presI -

His election was contested, and it was referred to an electoral ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR That was the finest day's + I dent unless he
:axles New
work Richard Nixon
commission. Again he won by a single vote. ; ever put .
I fork state.The
LOVE TRAVEL snapped.
deciding/vote/ for President Hayeswas
The man who cast that Negro
Indianaa who was elected I PABLO The ASTROLOGER 'That platform meant the \ S. [leader added
a Congressman a lawyer By I Democratic leaden in Florida that the Democratic -

to Congress by a margin of just one vote. And that one vote &lid' the South will put t he : presidential -
client of his who though desperately ill, insistedon same lack of effort into winning nominee
was cast by a ARIES 1 counsels. Preparations for a confused (5th thru 9th). I for the Democrats that
being taken,to the polls to vote. Born March '21 thru April 19: relaxing vacation are now in would be better for you tc .they did in"1952- and 1938"Morgan New cannot York carry"at

Just one vote gave statehood to California, Idaho, Oregon, You will .save yourseU;, order. probe gently and learn al said the National the presentpoint

Texas and Washington and today all the millions living considerable troublfi aad : 50-88J3-28458 :you can about the caliber o Democratic Party. has made of party deterioration in

in those.five states are American by just one vote. keep the blood pressure down,, the people arrayed against clear that it '!!guns" to win the state.
if you just take each day as you or the nature of the of without the South. The Democratic nomineePOWELL
that the vote situation applies only LEO
Now one
you may .say Bryant along with State
and yourselfto
it comes adapt
ficial P himself has said he could not
to the past. Well,. don't forget that the Draft Act of WorldWar" .its prevailing mood. Home Born July 23 thru ,August 29 first have or otfcer be.obstacles that Chairman James M. Milligan. win this fall without NewYork'

and' Leos lead additional 'mag. to reduced. Congressman Robert Sikes of Powell said, "and
II passed the House by just one vote you can should be the main attraction ; 390---22-16-5L..392 votes
to the 4th and then netic and persuasive powers, Crestvlew and several, others, I agree with him 100 per
this One Vote History on and on. up
carry felt there was still a chancefor
( which utilize to cent.
fun' they can >>
is and must safeguard it. you" may seize your SAGITTARIUS Democratic victory in
The right to vote precious we a
great advantage notmis- The Harlem leader also said
wherever it happens to be. Nov. 21 Florida but the road ahead 1..uphlll .
Born 99 -thru D.e.
at a news conference that he
use them however whenyou ,
Since romantic situations because* of the civil
_. .-. ,, ..-- :-.o.&Jc1 lcX1.VA' ibe' 'OtJa, are within the, confines There is a lot of groundwork right Issue. may not participate in the i
< -- make discretion the better: of your home, as the other that has to be done before "We've got a real fight on campaign although "I will not
bolt the ticket""The
part of valor, now as well as habitants are not apt 'to take dreams can be made fo our:: hands," said Bryant. "I'm
too kindly to domination materialize such as the accumulation hopeful the Republicans will
!In the days to come. Loyalty* or degree of my participation -
other pressures. Money o f knowledge pass a similar civil rights plank and enthusiasm would
to established spent
$ l' Rt is protectory your partner;' for the effect you can makeon training, experience and, financial so as to of somewhat the temper the depend on what Senator Ken-
complex campaign"Brailey
your friends could be independence. Yo nedy says on certain matters,"
84033_18. .48-843 re- should seek Odham of Sanford Powell said.Nonetheless.
sented. Be particularly open. enlightenment predicted the civil rights issue
to the counsels of your clos- and advice from friends would drop into the background Powell said, "\t
I TAURUS est helpmate oh the 5th thru your intuition or any auth by the time the campaign don't see anything of great
S 9th ritatve source that be hottens in the fall. He attraction in the
: to avoid mistakes of this may opposing
'0 r Born April 20 thru May 20; kind. tapped (3rd thru 9th). Do no felt the seriousness of the in-' camp this year and, therefore,

The outcomes you have 3.-.80 55-U7 38L385 be hasty about embarking ternational crisis would overshadow Kennedy is my candidate for
been striving for will develop on an extensive it. president"
voyage. .
in their own time and fla30.4L1rL38634CAPRICORN The congressman said he
place, regardless of what you VIRGO specifically wants Kennedy to
do or feeL This does no Nora Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 -Ben. John JT. Kennedy, the "repudiate the endorsement of

\ \ mean that they will- be Inferior You may have to adopt Democratic nominee- for president tha 'president of the White

but there. are possibi- new work techniques, ,modernize -Born Dec 22 thru Jan. 1 definitely! will' campaign Citizens Council Alabama.1
Life has been a pretty serious in Florida, National Committeeman -
lities that they will surpass equipment, change Ho said ho also wants Kennedy -
anything you could have personnel or even considera affair of late, but don'J Robert C. Johnson said 'to "spell out" that under
dreamed of (5th thru 9th), new job' where your"par- t this. become a habit yoi .JackKenned1 told me personally -' kls, administration, the federal
._- The Taureans who live in ticular abilities can be more will find hard to break. ,/ that he"will com ,to government would take steps
productive and better breathing spell, a Change o !Florida" Johnson said. I'll to enforce the U4L Supreme
the suburbs com
or who have I scenery and a divorcemen : know his campaign itinerary, Court school Integration de
spare available had I pensated. These are the piro- from fnancal within 15 days/ cision.'Powell.
just as well be prepared for i. blfems .that you should mull be cares may now r Johnson said a high ranking.
over n your mind should necessary in order to give >Democrat will speak eta 910 a said h* hoped to
unexpected guests who simply situation yqu a chance to gain a new 'plate dinner in Fort Lauderdala meet with one of Senator Ken
your fit
overlook sending ad- in this pic!, perspective July SO. He said it may be Sen.* nedy's brothers and with
vance notice of 7.4055 16J28L745 enhance your prospects of your philosophies. All' tha for vice president or Robert discuss the New York I1tua-

1mthan1mwnt nn. irI. --- : nntag the correct answers, happens, even atIt ,looks Kennedy brother of Senator tion prior to a meeting later.KEN .

If you can get off by your quite disturbing moment

GEMINI self ,in a quiet place wh usually proves to b<
Born May 21 thru Jags 19 nothing'comes between beneficial in the long run.
I. KEEP Read and yot
newspapers magazines. Listen Take advantage of all fa and tlie 4-90-77--18--28-:497:
INFORMED I to speeches, discussions, debates. Then- .vorable leads I to get yourseli -- vin5--24tefl4ence. ''

.form your own Opinions.II. organized and to anticipate AQUARIUS

STUDY THE Look up their past records. See what'CANDIDATES all your possible wants when WBHA I Born Jan. 20 thru Feb. 1

they stand for, and whether they have the time will come ,to make Born Sept. ;24 thru Oct.23 Togetherness is paramour

lived up to their promises., .them, known. You should High-flying friends and ac' in the affairs of couples and
make considerable progress quaintances ,partners and there: Is 'no escaping
Ul. PARTICIPATE! Attend precinct' caucuses and political and may provide a from
surmount the
meetings. Make your voice heard in selection ties if many difficul merry atmosphere, but it week. Earnest ahem _
you investigate inquire seems as if
you should not
of candidates and formation of
and erploit unexpected r allow yourself to get inv l. snould be made to patch I
policy. breaks _
from ,
th 9th. yed too far. Be very discern differences or to draw alliazces _
iv. omt YOUR for essential chores and "leg work" in not exert yourself and ing on the 4th thru 9th to even closer on the 51

f.VICES, some p 'Hlectlon job- of your own choosing. recommendations pay strict attenton to diet avoid being tam In by Sk- thru 9th, when the magnet _
f It is hot morous offers or. proposals 'Mania
or you feel as if the 'life which. pulls are strongest
were m. a have
V. ICOUi competence to dedicate themselves wrung ges i
YOU. Some mat than
THOSE WITH to careen in public service. GovernmentCtiAlACTIa jninfana will feel happier have content. You muttfaacesthatyou period wilVn o t lack in glamour ,

will never be any better than the people .nome. .loved ? are ana excitementmay anc
init! a ._7Q77- -to 9ag77 fbrfjrourself-- alonfc -be-, : in the ,case of ,prominent ;

tore you tre.yota 'heart: toanyone. Aquarians, capture pub
VI. ALWAYS Even, if choice ii limited
your to can- ,lie attention. The drain
CANCEB : Since all Speculation i 02
EXPfcKS YOUR didates who are not ideal, should '
you ,
I bank account couky
: are the aide joint ?
Beta J'uu. on .r.ty
PtiHRiNCE choose the best of the men offered I Jalr M 1 be considerable if of the
Don't allow yourself to be even when theyhave a gilt!' one

VII. STIMULATE (within the lim'its.prescribed by your carried away by the: wane ,edge,. adhere to-,good .old*"''i parties concerned. has, grandices
OTHKS TO state laws). Explain where and when to of popular enthuaiaa.: whan racticea. ideas and tastes

VOTE register'and vote. this could have an advene, ,r'140 3..4&.7d8: 3_60_M_1 -M-3pgPISCES i

VIII. COfiSlOat IT If we do not all use thIs most precious of I tuations effect on your finances Flue-; t SCORPIO Y 4

YOUR MORAL privileges,'we are likelyto lose It! will hardly R_ laei 'Oet Bon Feb. 19 thru March 98
what they imolv and': could 24 lira: Nor. 9[ '
TO OMMATION throw your economy outot You have all the.coaldeoee I It could be a- pure w.a te KNIGHT

VOTE balance If you Join the rmnki in thessrorld In your strength I of time, not to mention, the .

of wrong guesaers! ; 'particu aadsbilifyto outsmart: those wear andtear on your nerves Invite Yea To Ltgtoa'To _, .

r laxly from the 6th thru 9th. who, 'are standing, between I to try and get jobs moving !

It would he aa act ot wit- .you' ,and your I In'.the. face of obstacles, ijtekof : ". 1NIdllTTRAINS..v(

dom on your part to con uIt If you.plunge headlmgtargetw personnel or scarcit?*. '

.v,, 1 with your spoyee* ,oc offda1! unnecessary preparation I Concentrate oxv'appeesinjyour --SUrtiag At 7&00 P.. M. Ntffctly .
t adviser before you make any you may beta for a aurpriae misgivings or nodes*
firm commitments you and may receive a totally' new and .thastrengtheningof
mt/*thus be'' the fussy unexpected setback which your physical powers. 1400( WRHG: : ,I486

pient of sage'' a&4 graetieaU Could leave: you dazed and, ? fto far in ,,sO9e



I i : ,

Week Ending Saturday, July 30, 1960 THE FLORIPA STAR Pag. Three

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f. ... t 'X'" Kr. nnd'1I's Samuel
1 Lewis 1243 V/ 12th
Street Boy.
r Kr and lira. Clar-
ence preshq, 825 A-

-\, '6 Mr.and Mrs Willie

E. Lowe, 1259 7.4th

". -' .....:..-:.. Street, Boy.
I& ..,. t$4c Mr.and Mrs Thonaa

Gainoy,948 ;1 .Ashley
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'*Af,: streot, Girl.

Mr. and lira. Lloyd
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.o ,'. Dickerson, Richardson -

Road, Girl.

Mr and Mrs James

'} '. 'i-; Davis, 810 Bridier

Street Boy.Mr. .
.. ""0/" __ ...."......7- .- ... :' .P r.d Urs.Thaoc1orCrooms,1476 o

TRI-STATE UEmn'TGEd:3.1'd-:;ators College conpus vrao the V/. 24th
Street, Girl.
-- : -- '"" ,.
-r Mr. and Mra.!
scene of the annual Tri-Stato Meeting last v/eek. Y. i .D. Kara
bhipraan,3716 Stuart

State and Conference Directors and members ,of the V'orkshop Street, Girl
Mr. and Mrs J3 or trr nd
,r a
"are seen here ( top left ) Urge IT. E. Coffey, Mrs.illie Daniels, 1069 iilllr
street Girl.
s ,
I Mr.! pud rra.CastUD:
Mae Hart, Mrs. Llary Jlacins Jfrs. Isa i: Hunter, 1\!lrs.Ethel '
Robinson, 1715 .cat

B. :1a.shinBton, Irs. Jeans t to Kelley. ( top right seated ) Union street; airl.Mr. .

... fl.nd Mrs. Rooso-

Mrs. R. Pressley, Mrs A.A. Redfield, ITrs. J. Lav/sonlrs. vclt Durhnri,1703 K.

26th Street, Boy.

M. Dunnoro", lire. IT._ Carrol ( s tandin GMrs. )Iiiss Delphine Thorns Mr.and rrs.:;:.111l1'

Gordon, 1231 :. .3rd

t Mary Ilagins Mrs. Hadleyl-risc: ..L. G. Genv/rifjht, MissV7. street, Girl.
LTr .end I:rs Jet

: s r J. Hutcbinson. ( bottom left ) Members and Directors of Ilubl)or t, 2435 .rln-

flit coln Ct. Girl.

10..r the Y.P. D. Workshop. 1'r.rnd I'ra.Carnol3. .
: j ( ::: Lewis, 665 ',.". 17th

Street Girl

: Mr. ?.nd Irs Davic3Vall

Abyssinia MARSHALL a c o Rout 9 ,Box

SociallySpeaking To Be Scene i GETS AWARDEddie 408 Mr.and, Girl.Mra. JohnnjGaithors -

5764 Pe-
Of MusicalThe :: science teacher B. Marshall and administrative general gonir Road, 'Boy0

THE TUESDAY MORNING CLUB one of the adult groups in assistant at James V r. and lira. JesseL.
the annual outing at Little Talbot Island Weldon Johnson School was
Branch YWCA. held its Cherry 640 Ct.
recently. During the outing installation of officers was held as follows Sensational Deep Singers of the recipient of the Valley ,
: president. Mrs. Susie Chambers; vice president. Mrs. Thelma Bainbridge. Ga.. will be featured Kfn Forge Classroom Teachers G. Blocl sett Hones ,
Crockett: serrrtiry. Mrs, Esther Jackson; treasurer Mrs. Etta in a joint musical program July Award. Boy.
Williams. M"$. Geraldine Brown installed the pfficers. I 31 at 8 pjn. in the auditorium of I The. metal which has the -, .
Attending the affair were Mrs S. N. Stark. Mrs. I. T. Powell! I Abyssinia Baptist ChurCh. l dogwood design emblematic 4
and family. Mr*. Etta Williams Mr. Esther Jackson }.ir". Susie I This win be the first appearance of the profound teachings of
Chamber. Fmhicn\ A. Dixnn clr., Mrs. Florence J. Dixon. Mrs of the group in the city. The ........ the father of the country. Wedding Bells
Mary Frances Waldon. Mrs. E. Geraldine Brown. Mrs. Lula: ,Bell of fingers have been rated. is one Georp Washington at Valley ,
Miami and Mrs. Martha Gibsc!D. The food was served In picnic of the leading gospel groups of Forge symbolizes the fidelityof
style. the deep south. : the coi 'titutional principles Applications for Marriage

The program is being sponsored "' illustrated .: Marshall's ac Licenses

MISS ELINOR KELLY-was the guest of honor at a social by District 9. Also appearing win : tions. Chas L. Anthony, Jr., 5611
affair held in the home of MR. AND MRS. A. B. WILLIAMS who tx the Sensational Gospel Singers. ; :. F r e e d 0 m's Foundations Mahalie Dr. 22 and Elsie L. Till-
These singers can be heard overa .. : awards jury, which is composed 1642 W 18.
reside on the Campus of Florida Normal and Industrial College .. man. Dot St.,
Mrs. N. Brown.. the local radio station each Sunday .w of approximately 30 individuals -
In St. Augustine. Miss Kelly is the niece of \< James Williams 977 W. Ash-
will be .: '.r f; \ one-third of whom
supervisor of music for Fjt. Johns County. Serving u hostessesfor morning. There no admis .,' iA Icy St. 28 and Doretha Richard
5100. The Rev. B. L. Wynn is thehost are chief and associate JUStices -
this gala affair were Miss Eleanor and Gwendolyn Wil- pastor .: tt: L. of State Supreme Courts. son. 1725 W. 30th St., 23.
liams. Dancing and parlor games were enjoyed throughoutthe Gco H. Walker Baldwin, Fla.,
Herbert Hoover. Don Beld-
evening. Refreshments included peach ice. cream punch i."
.t. :- in& Dr. Kenneth Wells. Fe- 19 and Mattie Levan. 1978 West f
and Devil's food c,Jce. Dennis
Guests attending were Miss Barbara Sale, visiting; nieceof 'N wr. ,- ..iW,1, lix Camp and Roger Fire- 18th St., 18.
VC '
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jones of Little Rock. Ark.. Miss ; -Ti' .y t N : .*one singled out Marshall be. Willie C. Jackson 1110 PriceSt.
;'L he chose the ulf t. 20 and Hattie M. Hooks 2322
Beverly Parsons Alias Bonnie Calhoun. Lloyd Irvin George To : -.f Co.ose ,
Rickard. Henry Thomas of Howard University. Eddie Taylor AppearIn facing work of teaching the Kingswood Ave., 20.
tenets of individual responsibility -
Walter Sapp and Herman Meade. Charlie Baker 917 Minnie St..
MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED---Mr. and Mrs.David personal liberty and
CLUB held its last RecitalArchie love of country. 78 and Rosa L. Gilmpre 917 Minnie -
THE LEST :GALLES CIVIC AND SOCIAL Sar giant sr. of 1472 II. Myrtle Avenue St. 60. .
recently in the form of a GARDEN PARTYon Marshall the only teacher
meeting for t ue summer announces the marriage of their dau iter
of MRS. GLORIA GMNEY on W. 29th St. in the county to receive such Willie J. Timley. 805 W. Mon
the lawn
Games spa/dous played and a delicious seafood platter was served. Each Dennis, one of the featured Miriam Clotee to EFC.Clifford l.Bu: ggf an award, was recommendedby roe St.. 22 and Dorothy M. Hooks

member were present was presented with a beautiful token by the hostess. soloists with the Roberta the son of Lir and f rs Andrew Burs Dr. H. James Greene. 805 W. Monroe St. 21.
The president o In behalf of the grouP. expressed Her appreciation for Martin Singers, will t* presentedin of this principal. and sponsored by Wm. Harriet 848 Railroad Ave.,
a Ie i : time'and wished for each member and guest an enjoyable recital Sunday at 8:30 pm. in city. Mrs. C. D. Simpson. 46 and Willie M. Walker. 848
au". yr. Meetings will resume in September. the auditorium of Day Spring The marriage: was an event of May 7, Railroad Avc.. 24.
Baptist Church. 1960. The couple now resides at 1222 Grant AME Choir 'Allen R. Jones 1216 W. 19th
HERBERT BEILVM host to several friend at a cocktail anddU".n Guest singtr will be Mrs. Alice St. 21 and Catherine E. Kendrick I
at to home. 1424 W. 9th St... recently. Pre.Ce'II to en- Bunough. one of the city's most Grothe Street 1523 W. 21st St.. 20.
party I
r Janw Bailey Thomas Washing- outstanding gospel singers. She To Give RecitalChoir
thia affair were Isiah Wine. Samuel Wm. Maddox 1214 Fla.
joy Jackson Leonard Johnson Harvey will be heard in several selections Urban League Schedules
Tucker .
ton. L. A. Mms .. Ave.. 36 and Bernice L. Dorsev.
of the family.
and members
Young.i George Manley 1 of Grant Memorial 951 Palmetto St., 31.
Dennis, one of the country's outstanding AME Church will be presented in Dan Brown Jr.. 11118 Ft. Caroline I'
MR. AND MRS. CHARLIE WIGGINS nf &V Albert St.. left the 1 gospel singers and a Institute for MembersThe recital Sunday at 8 pjn. in the Rd., 23 and Callie L Wil
city Saturday for Dawson. Ga. to attend. the funeral of his composer of many of the current church auditorium.The .
330 St.
mother. They are members of Grant Memorial AME Church. Mr. favorites is presently serving with Jacksonville Urban League will conduct a Board Institutefor choir will conduct its business i. hams: Dudley
and Mrs. Wiggins may be contacted at 309 W. 3rd. Ave., Daw- the United States Armed Forces in the new and old board members and Urban League Volunteer meeting Friday at 7:30 18.
son Ga. Fort Gordon. Ga. Workers according to an announcement by the league director.The p,m.. in the home of Mcs. Arzada Eddie Morgan. 2808 Woodland
He will be featured In popular institute will focus attention Floyd 1545; Grothe St. Circle. 18 and Vivian J. Collins
selections including "Step In on the role of members of "'Mrs. Lucille Coleman, chairman.
MR. AND MRS. ELWOOD L. J. BANKS are spending a few 'Jesus." "He'a Already Done the Board of Directors and volunteer Vocational Guidance and TST 1136 Lincoln Ct., 14.
days in New Orleans and Baton Rouge. La.: They report having a What He Said He Would Do,"and workers in participating in Committee; Chester Co art, Wm. J. Imbodcn. 2163 Post St.
wonderful trip. many others which he recorded Jacksonville Urban League pro- chairman. Industrial Relationsand Prayer Bands SetConvention 23 and Darolyn A. Reid 2337
with the Roberta Martin Group. gram. Special emphasis will be Employment Committee, and Park St.. 23.
MRS. R. B. TIMBERLAKE AND DR. LUA S. BARTLEY left given to leadership in a modern Mrs. Edna Bell chairman JUL Here
the City July %4. for an extended tour of Europe and Africa. In community. Guild A special meeting will beheld Chas Weaver. 535 W. Church
Europe they will visit in Enzland. Holland France. Germany ChairmanIs Southern Regional Nations' Urban of the group. St., 23 and Sarah L. Keller, 115
Austria. Monaco. Switzerland. Italy and Spain. The African tour League representative. M. T. The institute' will he held July The Inteidcnominati'wal: National May Stv 20.Eugene .
Include Nigeria ana. Liberia and Dakar. Mrs. Timberlake is Puryear. director and Clarence 30 at 10 a-m.. in the Asjimbly Prayer Bands of America Inc.
an instructor of English in New Stanton Senior High school. Dr. Named Coleman. field secretary, will con Room. Afro American Life Insurance will convene Aus 0-13 in St. Paul Colson 908ft W. Bea-
Bartley is head of the department of Health and Physical Education duct the institute activities. Co.. 10' E. Union St. AME Church. The Rev. R. J. ver St., 21 and Merlin E. Jones
at Tennessee State University. Chairmen holding committee One of the highlights will feature Blaine is minister. 1133 Hart St 17
For BranchMrs. meetings prior to the Workshop a documented film entitled.
CAPTAIN BOBBY E. LEWIS formerly of this city and recently sessions are: L. I. Alexander 'The Other Face." Persons interested
stationed in Korea, has returned to the states where he joined his chairman Housing Committee: ': hue been invited to attend. II
wile MRS. P. W. LEWIS in California They are touring the states Pansy K. Washington was I
visiting relatives and friends. While here they were entertained by elected to serve as chairman of You Don't HoYe to Go to,Town to Get .
his mother MRS. ELOIS LEWIS MR AND MRS. JAMES YOUNG the Branch Committee on Administration 0
The following chairmen were LOW PRICES
appointed to serve for the year: ;
BREWSTER MOTHERS CLUB is completing plans to celebrate Courtesy Mrs. Myra L. Camper;

its 6th anniversary July 31. from 4 to 6 p.nu in the assembly co-chairman.- Mrs. Julia Robinson COWM/NS AMAZING HYDlOQUINOHt
room of the hospital. Mrs. Evelyn Manning is general chairman: ; Founders Day. Mrs. ErleneAlback On Your
Mrs. with Mrs. Evelyn Freeman : Hanging of the Green.
Anna D. Wells is program chairman lightens briqhfensskm
Mrs. Gloria Best House
Mrs. Bernice : man
and Mrs. Bernice Higgins serving on the committee.
Higgins is serving as contact chairman. agement. Mrs. Julia Brooks; DRUG STORE NEEDS .. :.. ; .
The anniversary win be celebrated in the form of a Seasonal Tea. Membership. Mrs. Mary L.
Spring win be presented by Mrs. B. Lessene: summer. Miss C. Washington; Personnel. Mrs. Geneva ,
Baker; fall Mrs. A. D. Wells; and winter. Mrs. Evelyn Freeman. Guyton: co-chairman.: SKIN BLEACHES'OLD
Mrs. Geraldine Sykea is chairman of tables and Mrs. Maeola- W. J. Rntledge: program. Mrs. TN... With Your N.ishberheod Drug Store

Robinson U sponsor cha.1nntJ1.. The program win be announced later. Maude. Alexina Higdon Johnson: cochairman.Mrs. ; public af. WE. WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISED IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS FASHIONED"

fairs. Mrs. Ella L. Jones Religious W.DeI wet-W.Also Fill All Doctors' Precriptio
CHURCH win ,sponsor a SEASONAL TEA July 31 from 4 to ft Education. Mrs. WinonaAlexander
p-m. in the church auditorium. Mrs. M. L. Storey. Mrs. O. Akins, ; teenage Mrs. Martha 4y 1
Mrs. H. M. Lawrence and E. Somersile Will have charge of tables. Baker. G.: B.volunteer Gardner: World leadership.Mrs. Fel-. Dixie Pharmacy ,.

lowship. Mrs. Hortense Brewing.
!m.. AND MRS. E. D. MAULTSBY AND GRANDSON. JIMMffi ton: YWCA Week. Mrs. Le- lighlens dark spots
LEE returned home from a short vacation in C tcsgo. EL, and nora Davis Young Adult. e perfect powder
Philadelphia, Pa., visiting relatives and friends who made their stay Mrs.' Eva Satterwhite. 1302 KINGS.ROAD ot MYRTLE AVENUE base S e
enjoyable. .Other members of the admin* PHONES *L 5-5597-98

THE BREWSTER MOTH&iArCLUB"! Brewster Hospital Istration are Mrs. Myra D, King, .
wffl observe its 6th anniversary Sunday from 4 to S pm.'in first vice chairman; Mrs Lucille
tbe assembly room of the hospital. Mrs. Mable Morse supervisor Baines. secretary: Mrs. Lillian PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE I r
of tbe.medical record room of Brewster Will serve as Goosby. finance chairman; Mrs. .
mistress of ceremonies. Alexander Cottrell teal present Mrs. Florence J. Dixon Branch executive BILLS AT OUR STORE.



r.----Page Four i ._, __.__-_ ._ THE FLORIDA STAB Meek Ending Saturday, July 30. 1960
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): ,

Observance ra FriendshipTea Mt Calvary

Scheduled inGordonAME, jjj SlatedIn Choir SetsAnnual **

CentralChoir Tea *

A week of get-acquainted &erv '
ice will be held in Henry Gordon The St. 2 of Central CUE Church Choir 2 n+ -n. Calvary Baptist .

AME Church beginning Monday Y cil met wm sponsor its annual Friendship Church TrtL sp. r Its annual tr

evening. The Rev. Thomas DeSue Bishop L. Tea July 31. from 3 to 6 pjn.. tea July 3i from 4 to I R p.m. a
Is pastor. president in the borne of the president, 1333 the home of Mr. ahd Mrs Leonard *
Monday, the Rev. E. Oaeal and The r W. 32nd St. The Rev. H L. Herod Gray.
a 1974 *
congregation of St. James AME was set win be the speaker for the oc Rd.
Church win have charge.Tuesday mittees casion. Mr. Fa: U* McCray will be *

the Rev. G. G. Webb The services today begin with the nest "vnker: for the occasion

and congregation and the Rev.J. Rev. the Sunday School at 9:30 am., *
L. Sanders of Mt. MoriahBaptUt the Rev. with Superintendent Tom Nelson Choir 3 1..11. observe its anniversary !-
; Wednesday the Rev. LiS man; Mrs. in charge.
McQueen of Royal Tabernacle: tions; ') Thursday night In the
Thursday the Rev. R. Scott of flowers; The officers will conduct the church: auditorium: with a pro- : /Wea-
Moncrief and Friday the Rev.R. Mrs. consecration service at 0:50 gram.
a.m., and the Rev. D. W. Bass.
A. za
King of Payne
Chapel AME ODSERVA1TCE The uonen of Shan Other services will begin
Church and their cOIgrega.t: n.s. eatha AinTUAL -- pastor wffl deliver the sermon with *
Services Sunday will begin with bus Memorial Church, 705 V!. Duval Street, for the 11 ,ajn- service. Choir 2 the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m.
ander.- and Usher Board 2 will serve. with James C. Burney and officcrs *
the -
Sunday school at 9:30:
a.m. will observe their annual 'Jonon'a> Day
with Mra. Ruby Green hi charge. and Mrs. The league win begin at 5:30 In charge. The lesson subJect
Morning worship Is at 11 a.m. Bishop Sunday, July 31, 1960. Dm.. with the president in charge : "God Desires Steadfast
with the Missionaries in charge. lena .'. Mrs. Gwendolyn Mathis ( left and Mrs A program has been arranged b1 Lovewill be relieved by the
pastor the Rev. W. M. Hill.
A program is planned. Pontone he leaguers with outstandingparticipants Choir .
A tip of the Pep l Cup
The Sunday school will observeits The Wilson Armstrong ( rirjit) will serve as ; appearing. and Usher Board 1 will serve. to tJ: elf' ouUtaodlnfyouof

41st anniversary Aug. 14 at 3 at 5 pm. chairman and co-chairman respectively The evening service Is scheduledat Morning worship -win begin at American who
pjn. in the church auditorium. 'A to discuss 7 o'clock. Again the pastor will 11 ajn. with the deacons la make our country and
program will be presented. for this observance. deliver the sermon. The weekly charge of devotions. The sermon our community a better
will be delivered by the pastor. phere In wlilrb to U\*.
... activities will prevail as usual. *
Districts 16 And 17 will meet

immediately alter morninsr worship ** ** *
in the basement of the
Deaths&FuneralsView / church.

FUDGE &TJJ 53t; p.m. Evening worship -
__ '
7 pjn Usher Board 2 will ... ,
sponsor its annual outing to -f -
; -easy as 1-2-3 THOMAS-Juds on of 118 1 EILL-r/illiam of 1162 American Beach today The bus r
will leave the church at 9 am
V/. 23rd. Street.THOIIASGeorge .
Julia Daily Vacation Bible School will!
the secret of V.:
: .
!begin Monday morning at 9 a.m.

Today's Carnation GRINER-Mra. Lula of 29th Street.LAITGLEYWillia1n. 1*-

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327 Claude Street.VASHIlIGTOlTElizabeth.
of 5819 llqncrief. GrantAMEWill 1I
.f'; Thomas of 2052
',. LEE--
'" of 230 IT. 10th St.
.'..' Fernandina. Observe
PITTS-Robert of 2108
KIDD-Mrs.. Sallie of
217 Jefferson St.BmiAlIRiifus Placoda at.HARCfLDDonald. Anniversary Duval Vocational
of 911
of 1028
":1 i Lawrence street. East Oakley St. salute4
Grant Matronal AME Church Pepsi-colt
f RHUE-llrs. Luella E.
';: :& LEWE- Richard Clayof will observe! :: '! its 7'st: anniversary Geneviene 'Jjoodleyw
of 1021 bcriven. Auz K 14 throughout the day. according -
: 5547 Iinosa Cr. of the 12th. grads
'ricit {. JOIDTSOir-Ben of, Marathon to the PCY. 4 T. McMtl-!
: wr BAILET-Bula of 1120 lan, pastor. class. She serves

,,. { K. 7th. Street. Florida. August R.' the stewards. trust as secretary darts
w'l; :1 HADffiSWORTH--Louise ees. Greater Grant Memorial Club
MURRAY Willie of : Appreciation club
: of 122 Ardell Rd. Auxiliaries 1. 2. Classes 5. 7. 14. k
farFoc: 639i2- Lee Street. i Atlantic IS. 25 29. :3l. 3-1 34 3ft will ha\p and has roceivedji
SHJPMEUMelvin of i Beach. charge of tV ervic*>: A viMUnIminister the Citizenship award. -
ROBERTS Ed of 216 will br the speaker for [
4 +;r,,, a 1635 ,lest State. the occasion i
F Stuart Street.LINDSEYLeroy
WINGATELuther of Auetist 9. Slrwarrtew Boards I.
5 r.t. Route 1 Box 224 of 748 2. :3. deaconesses; junior stewards 1
58274'M. V/est Duval St. millenary society. Classes:: 1, 10,
New Berlin. 13, '7, 13. 2B/ 27. 28, 40, 43, Will
BOllAPARTE-Zeller of conduct the service.Attzust .

,4 .w-:. 1030 E. First St, JO, Chor 1, 2, 3. Clan
'" I sea :3. 4, 19 2J, 22, 2-1. "A, 41.
Shaw ChurchTo 44. 46.) will sponsor. the service
Aug 11, Usher Board J 1. 2. 3, 4.
.. the milk a cream I Holy Church Classes: 2. 6. 12, 21, 32, 33 37.
Observe 42, 47. will have charge of the '

with 1/2 Is Scene of servie.August 12. Pulpit Aid Boards.

Annual 2. Board of Christian Education,
Today's Carnation looks like mix Carnation with DayAnnual Sunday School. ACE League
Union MeetThe Youth Choir. Children Choir Altar .
pours like cream and even gives "creamy" results Boys Boys Scout. Girls Scout x

other form of milk can make ordinary milk! Look vomen's day wm be RAYC, C3a.W 8. 9. II. Hi, 25.K (
sauce so rich-tasting, on every red-and.wbite Fifth Sunday Union of the observed Sunday in Shaw Memorial ), 3"), 4 i will]} conduct the w-vk-e + .w
Baptist Church.
Pentecostal: Church of the First August: 1 t all umts of '
smooth pies so high, cakes so favorite. Born Church of the Living: God Officials for the event are: Mrs. church will combine in the celebration if'" .L ;}
-will convene in St. Augustine 291 W. W. Wide acting pastor of the ,

King St., with Elder Lizzie Tom- day; Mrs.; Gwendolyn Mathis general ........... KELLER
Q Hn as host Castor. The services chairman; Mrs Waltamae J,)mnIY

begin tonight and will continue Armstrong. co-chairman; Mrs. PresidentSets Duval Vocational
Ccmatlon'ft through Sunday night Mother L. Pauline Robinson secretary: Mrs.
Rtclpt for Warty will preside. Bernice Curry, chairman of pub.
The deacons will conduct the licity.' Slate Johnny is a member
fAl.kcarup. devotion tonight and Elder Lizzie Mrs. Annie Murell. chairman of of the 11th. grade
)o Tomlin will preach the sermon. decorations: Mrs T. Westbrook
t is affilJfiatecl
chairman of program: Miss Sandra 'class.I7e -
Deacon of"
A. Tillman New
sue Crosby and Miss Patricia For GroupThe i th ti>Young
23 cups :;01) ,", Smyrna Beach will have .charge u
squartS Smith Sunday school chairmen;
of the devotion
Friday and hlenls and
night Council
Carn.tlon. sue" '/ldd : Mrs. Gloria Washington, M1s.sMary'
Cemoine Elder Mott Peterson will deliver S
pan- Brine to boll over the sermon. Helen Mangram and Miss Rev. H. H. Robinson! president :4a member of Moriah
minutes stlrrln ritoroustr 1 Gloria Johnson, morning worship of the Baptist Ministers
lla I Beat Church His hobby
teaspoon "nl Mother Amelia White will
add 1 Of.chilled con- chairmen. Brotherhood. Duval :and adjacent
minute.iCe cream s.rv.Of pudd1na.warm EV APORAt E D duct the devotion Saturday night Miss! Gloria Taylor. Miss Anna counties, announced the following )fis reading.
and Elder John Green will
preachthe Johnson. Miss Donnic Mae West- agenda: Monday lesson previewby
sermon. brook. 3 p.m. chairmen: Miss the Rev. H. Z. Patterson pas 1. ._* *. ,.. 1c )I. J
,,r0 The Sunday School begins Sunday Genetha Westbrook ails Delores tor. First African Baptist Church, .
D INCREASED H0 1. at 10:30 am., with the superintendent Miss
Mangram. Jonquifl Flowers St. Marys Ga.. order of the day,
/ In charge. Mother Lot 5:30 service chairman; Miss Hare the Rev. J. W. Jones pastor, Mt .
tie Housel will conduct the devotion ,
riett Bannister. Mrs. Claratha Pleasant Baptist Church.
at 11 am.. and Elder AE. Andrews Miss Eloise! Smith and August 8, order of the day the ..
USE CARNATION LIKE AT % THE COST Reed win preach the sermon. Miss Willie Ruth Smith 7 pm. Rev. W. E. Young pastor Taber. .
Alternate the Rev. Jessie Gallon. chairmen. naclc Baptist Church; preview the K

Programs are being arranged Rev. R. H. Wilson pastor, Bethel .W'. "
............... for each service.Annual Baptist Church. ..
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DIRECTORY Future Planning. President Robinson -
: The Finns Llst Women's in charge; lesson preview, theRe
Day .I
I As Reputable Establishments._ -. \, D. B. Barnes. .
----------- and Products ,' Slated in FriendlyAnnual August 22. lesson preview the
Rev. B. W. Williams; order of the
day. the Rev. H. H. Robinson. All
observed .
women's day will be -
minister wives are expected to be Duval Vocational
Your in Friendly Baptist Church ; Jr
Reere.Metal l Chain Link Favorite Oct. 22 throughout the day. Of present.
Fences Beautify.Your Home With Programs On A ficers are11"5.: : Roth Rush, chairman August 29 annual ministers and Tribute la paid to*
ALSCO wives outing to Little Talbot
No : Doretha cochairman
Money Down
3 yrs. to SIDING ; Mrs. George Martin, Island to close the sessions for Janie of the 12thJgrade.

pay treasurer: Mrs. Alzina Clayton the summer. She is aj
Small secretary: Mrs. Alphine McCall
Dougon T.V. of the student
'... N ; public relations and Mrs. A. Hartley member Jj
$ Terms Arranged. acting pastor. Mt. CalvaryTo Council,TSher Board |

S to lOyrs. to pay' The BTU Dcpartmrnt will present at lit. Ararat and ;
a program with Mss Joyce
Coll EX 8-5719 ; L McKay and Miss Geneva Crossin Observe enjoys singing and ;

For-Free Estimate Small Down Payment- charge. James Gardner presIdent sports In her spare
Call EL1768 Painless Terms will preside.

For Free Ethmatc Annual DayAnnual time. ..L. tR1r1l4'R' .

WrightsvillePlans Ik Listen To Pepsi
mn' day will t> observed }
REEVES FENCES JAX ALSto ALUMINUM DOUGAN'S RADIO A in Mt. Calvary Baptist I 4 Music-Quest Friday
6540 Annual Church Aug. 28
4S01 New 'INC. T.V. with Deacon Leroy -
Beech II 1INites
P 0 2815 Mabr.StrHt UOO FJPriQ Av. Mallory A general chairman. 10:30 to 11:00
Program wffl be presented at .
Observance each service. For ,Phone Request
The junior and senior women
,I missionary society will observe a EL 6.0461.2

Save for Future Happiness. We Hove o Complete For Unuiuel Veluti her Appliances Gas & Electric Visit Wright-vine Methodist Church Joint Rev. J.anniversary Davis pastor Au*. of 9. First The *
bu announced plans for the
Lint of with easy. terms" nual men's day observance scheduled Baptist.: Mandarin wCl be guest nt r

July 31. speaker for".....the. occasion- -- '
4% Current Dividends Serving u chairman: of activities .
is George M. Spikes. CharlesW. ConventionToBeHeld
lulling & Phinibtaf ShooGATEWAY CASTE'S APPLIANCE A, Walton Sr., is co-chairman. *
Other officials include M. A.
'" TELEVISION Brown and T. O. Belcher. '
; : .-, Speaker for the morning wore <<
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flDIUTY' FEDERAL ; ship wm be Robert W. Gray, at
t rnc1. Otter
participants for the '
SAVINGS LOAN '.. # :- ':: services: will be announced. The Sunday School Convention.
Set Them Pentecostal Church of the FirstBorn
ot AmiANCI302WttriSt. '. 3 Locations'To Serve Yod will begin Its convention
Rev. Joseph Harper Mosdiy and continue through Aug.
Will 7 at the Pentecostal Church of t 1
Speak SundayThe
First Born 2. with Bishop Edward
It Lsuro: St.. THE. BARGAIN HOUSE 2642 AMonf Je llvd. Rer. Joseph Harper ot White host pastor.: Pepaf .O Yiw
.1016 s;,Eget+roed A,.. 2563 9 Uten. An. 5047 Nermontfv Blvd.' Central CME Church will be the Elder Marian White win pre
.' '. .. 5222 NdrwoodAvf. speaker during the evening service side. All delegates have been
\Suadsj tx Mt. Calvary Baptist asked to come to headquarter, ;

"k ... Church.! for information on lodging. R3ltiih



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If SPORTING tJs! HP! Hampton Institute College Nine-Game Schedule Aggies>

C. PARHAM To ATA Tournament
N. C.-Thl A A
SPEAKING OF BASEBALL, how Robinson, Orlando Cepeda. Vada ii7 .. Aggles, defending ehira-
about one Just u great as Hays, Plnson Roberto Qemeate'and Bill '--- CIAA football, will play a
Wee Willie Foster, lefthanded half- .White. It Is significant thai in > HAMPTON,"Va. For the first of nine-games la the up
brother of the great Andrew (Rube) the seventh inning of the New York _- time in n years, the American 8. season.

Foster Wee Willie, who once stood All-Star Game the National Lea Tennis Association national tournament Dr. Herman N. : Director, Bill Bell, an
aO-star combination of 1928 to 1931 gue fielded six Negroes at one will be staged in Tidewater of athletics for the this week that Shaw UnJ-
major league teams on their beads, time. Virginia, when Hampton Institute stated that the of RsMgh! returns to the
was last reported teaching school hosts the five-day; event beginning be
played on six new card this season after s five
!a Tennessee. In basketball, there was a William Aug. 15.Next : have been constructed on The two teams had
Yancey,'wbo was somewhat month's tourney will mark j pus in recent weeks. on and off since 1924.
The leading major league hitter ashamed to claim membership in the 43rd annual playing of the ATA 1 serves as director of addition represents the only
last week was WILLIE MAYS, who the Willie Club" while playing for national championships, featuring ment this year, said in the Aggie schedule and
was whacking at a .365 clip. The, Bob Douglas fabulous New York men's and women's singles and pects over 300 players to that the 1960 grind will bf
terflelder sterling San Francisco Giant cen- Renaissance: Big Five shortstop doubles, mixed doubles and senior competition. tough as ever. The Aggie
had one of the hottest for the old Lincoln Giants. t singles and doubles. Also, intercollegiate LAST HELD IN '29 not only contains the .troDI-
streaks of
to July 4.the season from June 25 championship singles : He recalled that the foes, but Florida A
He raised his After
average matches, with the finals to be .Tennessee A It I Unlra
from .325 to .71 stopping welterweight contender pionships were last
} sliding back In
played mid-week, considered about the
Aug. ginia in 1939 when always
next two games. (Sugar) Hart in the sixth
round of a scheduled 10 roundel 17. Champions from six intercollegiate Daniel won the men's in Negro college

JIM GRANT, the Cleveland here lastweek, welter eight chara. conferences will meet on Flora Lomax took the
righthander, has won I and lost 1 pion Benny (Kid) Paret of Cuba .ter the LEADING tournament courts. crown. At an earlier schedule announced this
Among his victories have been set out4-challenge to the top middleweights ; w PROS In Hampton in 1933, the Includes: home games Sep*
in the field. i Bertram L. Baker ATA executive ships closed in a "deuce '" 24, night[ Tennessee; Oc
(three over Washington to bring his \t'\ ; secretary, indicated that exhibition the weather. 8, South Carolina State Col-
total for less than three yean to li S matches by some of the flood waters inundated School Senior Day; Oe
over the Senators. Globetrotters Will country's leading tennis profes- .just hours after match 29, Morgan State College,
Among the outstanding rookies 'Make Appearance: In sionals will highlight the racket been scored by Reginald and November 12,

are TONY CURRY, an outfielder, Russia For 2nd Time fesfs semi-final day's program, "Though no such .) State College
and FRANK HERRERA, first baseman August 19. Those players will be as the '33 & games are: October 1,
both with the Philadelphia CHICAGO. The Chi, named next week. can be schedule" traclk&T tWmslty at Raleigh; Oc-
Phillies. CURRY has been hitting cago headquarters of the Harlem Baker also said that he hopeso mented "many other 1 Maryland State College at
.300 most of the be able ? Anne; October 22, Win-
over season, although Globetrotteri basketball team announced to announce details next which we hope will be
hampered by injuries.' Friday that the globe week of a tennis clinic which the remembered, are being Teachers College at
After a slow :start, HERRERA be circling 'funmakeri are all set to-- ATA will bile for the general for tournament week." ; November 5, Flor.
Ian to bang the bill and demon- Play' their second series in two public during the tournament week. Tallahassee and November
strate power. His batting skein of years behind the so-called "Xrca. "This clinic will be conducted by These plans include Carolina College, Thanks
19 straight games was the longestof Curtain." one of America's leading tennis Guild's traditional show Day Clauic.
the season* until the 111-star According to word received from coaches," he said, .'andill be and other fashions <'he<

.break. owner-coach Abe Saperstein, nag> sponsored by the Wilson Sporting Ball, fishing, boating To Fight
WILLS, who gave Los Angeles nations have been completed to T Goods company of Chicago." water sports.In III.
such a timely performance In the the Trotters to play In Sofia, eav- 1 125 CLUBS BELONG the week preceding Championship

late stretch last year, also had a Ito of .Buwg rlaJAugu.t 2-3. 'The KNOCKOUT AS3UHED The new U.3. lon f sOlyicplc The ATA is made up of about pionships, the ATA -Two outstand
hot hitting streak just before. the games will be played In huge Vas- I 125 member associations and clubs ment will be played at heavyweights both 1957
t all-star recess. He raised his aver all Levski stadium, which seats ap Dress Uniform,mad a with Chem- from most of the states in the This event is conducted Gloves champions will

age something like 50 points within' proximately, 43,000 fans. strand's Acrilan acrylic fiber and to eastern third of the nation. The by the association's for the newly activated Il
three weeks. nine Last year in the Trotters played be worn by the United States team in national championships are opento ment committee which. State heavyweight champion
games Moscow. However, tennis and ,.
The extent of"the Moscow is not on the schedule this Romestarting( August 25) is viewed by players to the belonging U.S. Lawn to Tennis these clubsor As promote skills in players less in a 10 rounder in the Chica
20, the
July sponsoring
growing weakness of the American trip..
Heavyweight boxing champion old Dr. R. W. "
The1 Floyd sociation. Entry blanks, which : ( Boxing Club has an-
League was revealed In last Trotters opponents In the
week's Patterson, a former Olympic Gold Medal may be obtained either from local Johnson. Lynchburg Va. .
to All-Star Games, says games will be the United States
been the
the coming issue of Sports Illustrated. Stars, a team of professional and winner tennis dubs or from Hampton Institute many years Terrell who rose rap
The mag rates the National recent college stars. The Stars are The occasion was the -Olympic Evening must be submitted by Aug. this junior group. 'among local professional

alone In its claim to being big lea also the Trotters opponent on their Festival" 'held 11 at the before losing an up-
gue and points to the Negro playersas 11th annual summer tour of July to veteran John Grey
the crux of the National League Europe, Great Britain and North Tavern un The Green, New York City. Floyd Junior Stone Johnson will challenge Joe

strength. era Africa. Olympic officials and many former Checks in at To AlI-Amerlcan phil 1 1. another fast-rising
for the title. Both are
"While the American League has Olympic competitors were among the Track & Field Chicago.
weakened" writer Walter Bing- BULLDOGS SET 200 people present 'at the event Jointly 8 Pounds 2 oz.
ham states, "the National League, KANSAS CITY Kas. was the 1957 Golden
thanks to a steady influx of talented sponsored by the New York committeefor NEW YORK Heavyweight Stone Johnson, light heavyweight cham
Negro ballplayers, has improved. GRID SCHEDULEST. the 1960 Olympic Games and the boxing champion Floyd holder for the 200 while Hemphill. formerly of
The National League has four timesas Hungarian National Sports Federation tteron and his wife Sandra who hails from III., won In-the heavy
many Negroes as the American- AUGUSTINE. last week celebrated the birth of I in Louisiana, has been division. Terrell later'I1'iW
has and certainly all the out- Murray High School Bulldog their 'second child born in a toe 1960 "AU-American the heavyweight class.
a+nding ones. Perhaps this is be- will play a nine game ached- Cardinals Meet Catholic hospital here.
cause Jackie Robinson, tha first tile for the grid' season according Named Floyd Puff..num 11
Negro big leaguer, played in the to A. Malcolm Jones, for hit )llu ..trioii fa t hpr. I ha PHOTOGRAPHS FOR
National League. Maybe It Is because athletic director. Infant weighed' In Ml X pound,
American League, club owners The schedule is: Septanbfr Savannah TigersThe 2 '"In re-.
were slow In yielding to the 16.. open: Sept. 23, Douglas EVERY OCCASION

changing times. In any case, the .Anderson Jacksonville: .." .....,... .
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Sept. Northwestern Jack- Gene Fullmer Gets '
Negro ballplayer has made the sonvffle. here: Oct. 7, Pa- Jacksonville Cardinals scores of 3-2 to Savannah and T .i 1 Expert Photography
National League a better league." latka. here: Oct. 14, Lake City Baseball;! Team will meet 4-5 to Valdosta jSa. Portraits Weddings Banquets
The American Leagues Minnie here: Oct. 21, Fernandina .the strong Savannah' Tigers here The Cardinals'hope to even the t e4 I Passports & Idtnililcailon Photos
Minoso, Vic Power, Elston Howard Beach there:, Oct. 28. DeLand, Sunday. July 31, .in the. Durkee count here Sunday-with the Tigers Offer To Fight Ray Photostat &- Commercial Work
and Al Smith are good the article home: Nov 4, Duval Vocational Ball Park at 2 p.m. Photo For Newspaper Cull
says, but they cannot compare Jacksonville home: .This will be the local red birds The Savannah sport teams are Middleweight Title Bout While You Walt
ancient rivals
Nov. 11. Hastings, there, and of the Gateway city
with the National's Henry Aaron. first appearance here since early i
Nov. 18, Ocala teams for than Coloring & Picture Framing
Fesaenden. more fifty
May against the Coca Giants. years Would Be In Salt
Willie Mays and Ernie Banks, base- Staged '
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; 5only two of these games have competition, amateur or Lake City Utah Next Fall L vf4:
been played .here. The other five professional contests. f :;':' In Natural Color -
games have been on the road. Scheduling of this game with NEW YORK-Money offers, topped JTAVEHY'
Howeyer,.ther, road record is the Tigers, is the hopes of manager by & $100,000-plus guarantee to
I Those very impressive because they this kind Roy of T. Thomas. Sr. that fight Sugar Ray Robinson, pouredin AVERY'S PHOTO STUDIO
have won three out of five games. the competition will meet on Gene Fullmer last week, following .
The''two losses have been by the approval of the local baseball his Carmen 1674 Kings Rd. Next to EWC
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MILWAUKEE-Hank Aaron, defending -
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Week.Ending- Saturday, July 30, 1960 : THE FLORIDA. STAB, J .
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A sure sign of the end of

e is the call to practice of the 2025 West 45th Street

sional football players. Two boys Across from Northwestern High School
Jacksonville answeeed the call Conveniently located near
M"t 1 3 ,ly. Al Frazier and Riley "Blue" Floradole and Magnolia GardensWe
have reported to Frazier carry a complete line of
pro camps. Patent Medicines- Sick Room Needs
to joia his college running mate, Baby Supplies Cosmetics
more with the Chicago Bears and FAST- FREE DELIVERY PQiS-4572:
is reporting to Los Angeles. BeJSure To Visit Our Lunch Counter
Breakfast- Lunch Hamburgers
Smoke signals are up and the .
Hotdogs Ice Cream Sodas
beating has started for the charity "Doc" William Jimerson, Prop.
game here. This year's game will pit (formerly of Reyno Pharmacy)

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the nation's capital against the big \
Royal Crown
bad Chicago Bears. As in all

years the seating, arrangements have haircut visit Bottling Company
been arranged with the colored 1235 Sal More llvrf..
rber Shop, 619
fans in mind and in
r s Y J place. yep, n '-.44gSaleslady
behind the goal posts. EL 4-9231. I

We are waiting for the new Prop.
; Charles ,
Men Provide Service arena to open. George Robinson and .
Pioneering Young staff have probably been staying Wanted saleslady for WuUlns

!n Hours .OJ Grisf f To local Citizens nights trying to figure out the Products in Northwest Jackson .
of segregation to use in a
In surveying the grcvth ef 1 who b. -:'ome grief stricken and tors are active civicly, reli salespeople. ville. Call EL S-8Zts. 8 to it A.m.
of circular construction. Don't
the Flora-Magnolia arm,,"hiqh burdened with sorrow when giously and socially. -, guaranteed. I
death makes its unwelcome my little brown friends, they will .* and Old \
has become a thriving community Holmes is a member of Ebe-
I i Pun or
with an *wc-j lg; i. visit. nezer Methodist Church where a way.The Profit Rave ROOM FOR REHTFurnished
number of busi xg: establishments Conveniently situate' a.t he serves as associate Lay last minute rush is on your orders for nan
offering a variety ol ,2710 West Edgewood Avenueo Leader; is president of the vacationers. Most of the last factory price or lady. Near bus
services, the Holmes ar d West beautifully landscaped Upsilon Lambda Chapter of 811 South
Funeral Home has ',n a few grounds, the H & W Funeral Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity; are school teachers who have been EV 9-311, stop. 475 W. 19th.
short years come: to be regarded Home with its homelike recep- president of the local Hampton in the summer program. As soon as Call EL 5-7176.
as a landmark in this new tion room,funeral .chapel, and Institute Alomni chapter and gong sounded Monday, Amanda Bell
preparation room is.modern in is also a graduate of the Eck- -Juanita Wright took off for New
city.Founded four years ago by I every respect. The establishment Ics College of Mortuary sights. Ins, week or so Dorothy END
two far-sighted pioneering is equipped with a me- Science.
i Pearl Mackey and Essie McCray take
young men, Wendell P. Hol charized unit which includesa West is a member of Bethel
mes and Alphonso West, the 1P60 Cadill i hearse, new Baptist Church where he is the for the City. Maudes tine McKissick \;
Holmes and West Funeral ambulance and n accompaniment assistant deacon, holds mem- leave this- ieekend Mary Bradley
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