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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 8, 1957
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

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Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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issn - 0740-798X
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Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 8, 1957
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00328

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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( "' : lull iLary. authorities. :' In connection with the. shooting of two Ararjrof '. .
;"Biaiop'p"Ward: Nf( ls, prjbdQuJg'prelate-orthe'litir Episcopal "

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GREETS NEW PBEXY '- "Bishop D. Ward Nichols:: .fibt'- f'Been''D ?r j.it.irii<.Dr., i._.pbU? is resident? lf'o r Jar 1 atei? b&eg ''ind*Ate ttte*sanie Came uraisfied 1 ft1i\J_ b'dth':1I1 .rude.. : -. !:.. : ; < .:- '.' ., _J

. I Roosevelt: Coan on his election to the presidency of Edtiard "Water Cotfege by the Board of;THEaaagenisnt. eln den concemingJuTe. handling of a'525,000":County 'appropriation Tjie V Cti.i# ,;.tf .l1st1d li,.si j'-;!!. : ,

He succeeds VUIiara B. ( Stewart-! ; 'wbdacrve:!'' a fruitful_ term. *, $ !' .. which. item 'has sUnrid' up much of a controversy 'among. .k -Ra1 hre5t1Umf.1)f; ; 'FIB''- I f I

""Dr. Coan previously served as assistant pri>.eat .' of Religious s. Education at Morris Brown I AME Laymen, .. Rock Mich, a first sergeant ef t
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College, Atlanta, Ga. The Bishop<
: '. .. tiler Board of Managementelected* Tipfc terry Humphrey, 22 a. .
;. between Nichols.jftLfid laymen ate of the .of Naslar 1
a > .11'- Tr. 04 Uniyersity

last Resort"weaponFor; Bilt.S; \llb ii1ls: : Jailed'' N.Jdsephus- of .Orang'eburg ltkCoana'na11ve ; *S; (X to1 ..fOIf.'s di{ o ria restStingh'I'iriethoosrsa J describeas; ;f lli"G.at; M ;.1:, 1 ''Deralli: coricernihg. the doul?(1

1 eQ,1 the presidency of the college. tempts tovVublicize 1)\e) 'pondttioM killing were -no .-, : mmediat&ya .

: i ;pe. 4ih(*::William B. 'Stewart whom 'that 'exist1" in i the ':shoot is seen 'yt ..{ -\'aJJL! "#a'i but .it tvasJgearae&rthatt -i- >
On nrde.rCharg he.1enled.trtng. Restated.that ;- Paul 'A. Barrie.swreudeecl.
asi soroethhig that coiila' seriously. i Sgt. I
As Weckers1 Stewart's dismissal was 'eh act injure* the'"mstitutlon,.'. w" I ri; hlrteelf to the provost inarsl I
A 25yearoldVorMn.: .. ya3 a4decU ,of the' Board, tof: Management\ of ..1... -* .* : ...- office a :few minutes after* the i!

-rAt: :, \ ., '1\ I I to 'the- long. list of :murdervict1paf '< '.; = ,'f.' ..' ..:A :report 'made by Jerrld4St } .. x ; fatal shootings. "'*!.I I
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Jf,.'" j fN- .' rv. :'W"1; i in 'JacksonviUe..and Duyal r : b and Smith, certified public
: when : The new i-ieS1'dJ come fromMorris { of 'Columbia; S. C.. r a ." Barrier whd-iaj a gradual .
onnlY weeks t" acepujotants
-' ; etoef the'a ;during recent y\i j wv T )* .
; TALLARASS d Olr Collins .last: Thursda ti lj B'royn.1reg ..T3, Atlanta Old S tantdn Hjgh'schoolin has been '
t bullet snuffed. 'put her ., how.' in ther possession of the
I so'all edtc"LR" stirth hilt. ,to'. os' PtiblIc !;Schools' 'to "ttntes ,of 'a-. pistol .. [.where 'he held the: pwition l pif FLORIDA STARindicates that the armed,.services tor 'a C ut 1
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itWf' T ;; : life Friday, : May as helpless *"*
.. ra'aj,._,_, tens3o&: I: s-r. '. ." ,' ., _t ._' -. J" : j"bystanders looked.-. n. .-. ?*,.. 1 associate professor"of'"_ Religion.and there are many conditions which I 'O _;.___) 8 years according to his sister '
-- ''' T 1 has served: as :a .missionary Miss Pauline Barrier who lives .
$ and 1225 need to be rectifed.: However }
His acti y i;"Teft it- up to' the I: 18 :Persons BeadIn a-ia.Between Smta li45 Jeanf ,2213 .Of the AME. ChutcnJn.' South' ,and, it is 'widely JeJLr-Cthat! it would ::4 at '1126., ast Third St. He saw* '.-

?t Legislature to override the., Gov- Centra)' Africa fbrl tf years, be- service in Germany and Korea
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.. '.' erp or'a vetoes '''Fri a *r-seMion'1 Worsi traiiicWreck back with;-.a 22 German made ginlng in 1938. *1 f .. denomination..and- itt education .,:. .i4.w l where he suffered Injury as'.ai, ._

, the Legislature. that -:the Bill is : She was taken to DuyaJ Howard U.;.BDale University! ; ween the Bishop. and the laymen -1 r' '' tdtc'i: a'rlcTaT operation--< -
extremely lbrbadi.. ..and "".i1f ,by no. In HisibryFAYET .
: restricted., Medical Center by -Henry Shanks, :LA., Yale; has done advanced.. were settled"-:within the church. Suicide i i The youngwar veteran whosesister : -

means to integration. f .- but was pronounced dead on arrival studies at Union_:Theological Seminary w :: Altempi ld.he" had shown signs _
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.", 1n1 the\pubUc.BChools.... _.. KVILLE, N.a-A traffic : by Dr.' ..Forlaw and Columbia >Universityand ..r .... .of great: .nervousness .during his .
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;:.,>.; .;a"rd.. he--.:!It.peeks; to,.authorize. accident described, as one of iAnother1'young.Ionian: Ray has._ completed residence requirement Carver..Teacher- Denies Fails :When Hail::: .visit 'herein! December{v05fl, '. i
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''any.local'governing authority ,to j'the wqcst,' in >.yp'erh1t9.ry'1? Frances'tIavJ.s. 21, ,1347 .W. 15th" for PhJJr in Christain ; suffereda.broken'ann Iastear. .

suspend", .the.. operation of".. iiny: claimed ,the; lives of 18 Negro Street i is named asthe one who Missions at"the Kennedy' Schoolof Drinks Arsenic in.an. ,accident, while 'rids't"**-w anti. 'r .
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and" ?18 more injured Charge Girl l-
workers left Hartford, Conn. By .
pubUfacility- or institution' nj fired the fatal shot that took the Mssion, .1! *army. jeep. : '-"l;, P .' ''J
over wMpfa much au-:lasr Thursday ; Jean White. She to"-the,.v" .
,any Qua life of. Erma. With regard: thandling"of DELRAY "BEACH' ,
Willie Solomon of Florence, said Joseph Willie James Conner 22, 1079 ...
when the .
thority ;has jurisdicUon -was arrested by Det. Sgts.,1tUler $25,000 appropriation anda
he managed toescape major .in* Daniels, 26; band director at Car- Florida Avenue failed in his attempt
'standards. ,]: jSealth, or safety,_ and Johnson on ,Run. Street 410,000 Alumni balancethe -Fieri
; : railing after ver High School, has been charged to take his life
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\ .', or welfarv or peace, or mprals. jury by grabbing after she had fled the scene of f da Star repdrted last week.to. be Friday Man Is-Robbed -
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;A- he heard a' yelL "I heard, somebody with assault on May 31, when he swallowed I .
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! ; enedr 1 1I yell, NLopk Out,' he said dicate.It i to the sPlit between the 'bishop an 11-year-old majorette pros- teaspoonful of arsenic.It I .
I .. saved him. pect whom he. allegedly drove to
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I, ';,!*.-- "- cIi : :was reported to Police that and the former president;.Nichols was reported lo Police that By Unknown Han -
the the after
Collins ,; urged bm'pro- The accident occurred! when an country a practice ses-
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and the accused letter .from' the Barnett Conner was despondent ,
the dead woman produced: a wse
T ,visionswould l>e a 'cpme-on t q I old truck Jammed with migratoryworkers sion May 9. and after droppingoff !
a National -reads his friend"' didn't treat him Police ..
> killer"-havebeen having 'argu- Bank:which "girl listened to a story told
: \ the professional agitators and ex-i .. including Willie Solomon l- '. sIX o e'gU: at their homes,
. .;-1 'tremistsand an' yissues ments' and fighting for a considerable as follows: '- .A'-1- -" right. Being unable to patch. up I to them by Dan Cummings 32,
II collided with a trailer -
of time Mrs Irene Bacon, secretary to his shattered romance, and 719 G of how '
!' period : over a May28,1957vBishop feeding f Court he, was .assaulted -
"l Yif her than Integration would re'suit'lD truce near Fayetteville, N.C. (All School )
'- man whose name was given as Superintendent Howell L. it was impossible to- face the and robbed by twc rape '
D, Ward Nichols .._
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:. a a' being torn 1 of thevic were Negroes. Charles Harris. :Police \record. Edward Waters. .College -"" v* .:. Watkins, and s boaid member Jack world without the'woman he loved f. men who app be- 'ir. '"J'J'I
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,_ i asunder under siege hysteriaemanating The white driver of the traDer : -. -
? Homer were present,at a hearing 'he end ,11".lf
.". I show Charles, Harris'with as.. !vidg 16o iiCings Road decided to it aU. ..I.ween 1 anJune < ;
If 'It. .'ii'esda'.. ,:('" .
from mere suspicion truck before the f .
superintendent ..
Ray gs a v8tJ 1 tld Jacksonville. Florida. May to a police reporUGonner : iJ tr., x .: ttel. t
and ;' J>rOP agars _.g;" t'.: oU-ma.y ,go re ,oiWyaxtbieniathe- uba eetl sf: u i '''0\ L : J i4, "when'-Daniels was suspended According secured somQ_ en tm ;'l '. y '-'las i,;: i ig
"' 6tUl i.r'o f Z U: MOJTAO D113 lop' Nichols: q" :J5bn3 Etching ,pen$4the out.
Collins nerd,1it q jqrl9U1"&ie ;: a friend yho used"Ji1J@i1 ,
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dead in tills tragedy. th?higi- Police were told. that' 'tte two Thief, is to advise that. .we_have come of the case. Mrst Bacon and qJIJir.l I' ,
.communities ouTd see its school : ., potato: bugs. After takinrthe.Polson. a- l 'Give
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: ways v 'y women met: in .daznes'Bmnvn's i the 'foIk wing''sscoCrnts, on ..ourbooks Mr. Homer were called as state's. ? 11111 rrr ari I" W-T .
.Conner is K ald to have
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.. tom the handiwork "-""-*'*"* ---- me j' hat aestrock
: -, wrecked by .witnesses the jyou pt. .
sys m
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place on Copeland. Street wherethey tt : .. .... called bis mother to cone and him on '
". ;..rof:! ai. scandal 'monger.1> He- addedc : erzs got into .an argument which Edward Waters DanlelT" testified-- 'Wednesdaythat watch him die,The mother. "called time "witil a"heaen Q& ::. ."*.u" _

'-,-'I' '"The//A. taw*. '>.*>.,-?;- be the- "spring f Jax.MaaIn : ended in; the .shooting; During the provement .Fund. $. 5090r'DepositNovember ; the''''''charge1: ""was... "."pTotledcempleteV' ppUce. .' .; .-;, 'He told.Officer O. Bowman *>. : i

-. .;: board. ,, :'ant1t8t1muiant.not"only. .. ', for. B okGharlle investigation, PoUcT: jfouncl no : ,27, 1956,:", yTnI : .by the girlJI'iamn', let. Sgts. W, CL Barber *and: investigated.. Oar: h&cpudl knot ; \ ..
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: weapon on the person, of. the dead Edward WAtfers 'e ttftge Iftiianni F. ; .
racetbiltersai1d bigots, hut even : A. Gruber investigated :
l lr *" '- ." .T :* !- "* -. ri Jpga>dng. .eonfldently on both )1 I t fy.".Uje men ':,' .
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;;tp. 1'' :. Association balance v as ef to6y
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ware 1' .:it* Ou14"be"'the i. weaPon-. : The death. gun given '\. oPatrohaan'Gaflie .:. dirct 'arse i- xammation heRented' =- fn.X. ,PY't. if.ors"Beanian .- ; ,
wast
i scheming"- I ', Tiomas 24 1051 W:I .91G4. .-w---. '..., he eves..toxa'<<. !>>r pdan anacii f I
: vindictive., SoChaLrlesHarris. :h; 'i'; m.f
.' ,,o" t. elements bent l r aMvent: 9 24th Afreet' toldiPolioe that whilewalking Officer Sea turned-it overt I belie..ve this. ;gives'.you theinformation and deple ; ever : touching any; .Miami Man Is .: A ...4_ retealerl: :! that he< Y.i-t"f'aau..tJD .'.

scrupulous .: North rOn. Johnson Streethe I' you .::..' .4> .At hex .glrtJie taught at the schooL. .tieea hit by nnea but. .h3'
.' t nal $n. Sgt. W F Robertson JRobertiwhe 1t : twp< l tiy \ _
for ? .
ingfthelr spleen' .gers [ saw7 a-friend; talking with a' Se, JLJt: = ; .. Yours|:v.<,.ry' r'.n ? "The ,suspeadebf band :direct r' U it-Run Vieiiii .!ift who atrik1 him t fJ
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turaedit: ever tor Sit..rJehnson. '!'II !4. l' 1.-:: '
.....:l'.... ,.The' last resort. bill '; providesJ :., .aid kept walking" ; P the next :Wheat are":the-ofsKc a who ; :"r.! 4.Y1ee, Prasigen3, .Jishop because .of "Ignorance.,* He .dl0lrr3 .earlierr 1. fist "
knear" man ST. _AUOUSTLNE rte A main :! : f" ": "
thing hr the had cut ,jachob dtamtbflcd ,any said t }: .
)wl;tdrs schools could be Jplosed- & .* f* fy
commjZnttyted .lOJr him fr0ni.bshindj"ThfiviCvfnn :- '" .' !!Io ; .. ideaef 'misusec, oVi'schools. He .-t b killed Jbere early'.! Tuesda yX .; ,\ 1.i :wad r ,Shen,., dleged
.,; :_ter Ja. vote -ln the.:f" ; I .. t" t.\iCthi1'8 moth"et''hom' Mt-anddrun driver interf erring. wiu officer .
-has an .
.; ;:i .. _' en to. Dr. block 0f 7ebnsen: : Strfit- stated ;tMl he proposes:ta erect th'achoowhich' been,fde1- J
::. BifeC .when-.at least. .25 ... started tlfied .'as1 ; of he-l a w tvhife '.. '
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fik.Jfu 1. John'.Henry LeS "of n
Washington's'office byfaxL Sixteen rte. .L/ -... .. Science Han oft the campuswith the. fh. _. 2 & :
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'perfcent of. the"vvoters appeal '- 111 .i P ,. ,. ,. $0'C ) : anc1
stitches ere taken County '." '' "
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...- vt ; in his cerg .Pe J J.Y.r $25,000 tTapErcpriatfon said -he''"was p'conducting'a band twos ""'t .. .
| local government i h od r.-. It his Bar *an4 who 'anc the .** 'I' Tlicelctlm" as $ 1ki g along c ra3eQ' g' #e thf'niiQraCummt8gs i :
jrthe .... back. and ejght ia jet; aroui :'p.AJ. Grubo; tn.Vestigated ;- hopto use 7 < *time ,
the
'.' r. 'was. spo n90I SrSy ftorney."tfen- He. was sent home.. The Incident the case indicatedthey Alumni contribution for repairs. practice at it was alleged State Road 13about. -15 miles W!',m "et't".e.::..- : -' f!! I

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,t.., NEWS' I + F1NLBTTER CALLS' FOR"CREATION _. _r.. -

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-- :z. FOB..THE STUDY OF \WORLD INTEGRATION _:;
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Published by The Florida Star mg -:; L'ThIik
1'. ,'" f4t*. c Thomas K.. Ftaleiter, former Secretaryoff AIr Force'o .pro- '

'-:" ;aro;.'_ "*/ MAIN OFFICE .PLANT : : .-'.*. <, J % F if [I Iii posed today.'u. Southern academic center "tot. study of processes

< 2328 Moncrief Road. .,? ._ *.' :'-; .EL .4-6782.-;EL 1 4-6783 JSStew jT* *. A, u ''Lw!/ /i of Integration on a'world-wide basis.. "'- r; }i .
J Downtown' Branch Office: 423 Broad>Street; --Pnone ELgin. 4-3773 ,

I j ? Mailing Address. : Speaking be-\ stitutlons of higher. learning te- : .
P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville. 1, Florida '* : .
i., : fore the gradu-;: ated centers that worked cease 7 .
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S class on revealing they secrets of .*
b swig off r. heady 'i\

_: t Erip' O. 'Simpson .. ... ............... .......,..... .e.-,'.,.; ....EditorIonise Hampton, Insti I, the atom."

'Guinyard ." ...... .... .... ."..."... ....... 'ews Editor tute, a predomi. He proposed to bring resounes;

i .C.: Parham Johnson .. ..". ..._..._.. .........-.....--..Nesvs Staff nantly Negro f to bear once again on the pollU.fA} ,

lAltamae Richardson ;.... '.."_ .......:: ..'.....C1 'cuJatiOD Dept. & college here Mr. revolution in Asia the Nearhastbi
Finletter said and Africa.: Mr. Pinlettet suggested -'.',

Member of Associated Negro Press i 4. that our foreign that a Southern '"eOllegi1{'

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.FLOP.IDA. STAR-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE. 1, FLORIDA 1 .' ...--' -'- is the pursuit of are separately interested in this
-- -
-- 1 'V peace: how the Simpson area, be brought together to form

United States Is to defend its the initial planning group for .the

Mal crief Road Condition Presents ,i interest abroad in the hydrogen center." **' t

', ;,y ,"# 0 o d AottA age without getting the countryinto Mr. Finletter stated that, his 4
I an atomic war which will proposed center for the study of

\ Saf w4'c ". GEORGIA destroy us whether we win: It integration on a world-wide basis

s I or not. would "most appropriately origKvnate ;

cltytbfflclols would'Iook into "The second grand division in the South-not becauseI
our;
: One of the sltuatlonstp-e.hope,
t is geographical. It has think that this is a challenge
Road.
I .Is- the disgraceful 'condition of Moncrief_
I The surface of that heavily traversed thoroughfare Is extremely to do with our so-called Grand: which belongs to any one regionof
of which the North but because if it
it becomes Alliance our country
Jagged and irregular, with the result that traveling over ,
one's bones Atlantic Treaty is the legal core. were to begin in the South, it
V, body-shattering ordeal that just short of Shakes body I .
44 the third is the relation would be free of any charge that
loose after a trip over \\t.
-. And what makes matters all the worse Is that because ship of the United States with there was meddling by people of
of Asia the Near the North or Ute other parts of
b .the acutely sloping condition of Moncrief: Road, it creates a the peoples
hazard for motorists who find ,it almost impossible, to i East and Africa. the country where the problem.wa '
dangerous 'MOTH P VENT IT FROM MAKING ITS APPOINTED ROUNDS.,1
control their cars while driving autos tilted precariously ,to one side. I This latter problem is as difficult .s less acute, with the problem? \
---- we are facing In the of the South where the problem
g.ust recently the writer of this piece was stopped by two white as any
i 26th Street who wanted to know I LIBRA foreign field. In many ways, it is more difficult." ;'<
policemen in a patrol car beyond
Born Sept. 24th thru Oct. 23rd
difficult. The former Air Force secretary
'we our car on a straight is the most
why seemed to 'have difficulty keeping
f -Your Your good fortune in some respects On the here related America's drive to-
t' path. It was only after we convinced them that we were not underthe.influency Weekly could make the a sense, problem own
of intoxicants that we were permitted to continue. individuals you targetof is the problem of integration.'' ward integration to the wrold-
-, Guide unscrupulous high- Finletter continued: "In answerIng wide struggle of colonial peoplesto
on our bumpy, wabbling Journey.Actually Horoscope pressure salesmen, gossip and de
the .challenge of the technological become independent. The fact
It is a great wonder we don not naVe moreserious IS H4fc tractors. You can prevent some J
accidents along sMoncrtef road .. Indeed It is a. most rigorousand WHICH I ARE iOURtOCKY BAYS" FOR of these developments by follow- revolution, the great In- that integration is being worked
in this
exhausting job keeping one's car from smashing into another TRAVEL ing the lead of 9th and keeping ,out and going forward 1
: oncoming vehicle on one side and from running. off the road on BUSINESS LOVE your alms and ideas completely standings with persons who can country," 3Ir. Finletter said
i contribute much to your life The "gives us a substantial asset. It
the other. ? By .PABLO The ASTROLOGER under cover. Be particularly prudent '
11th and the 12th warn against gives us an understanding of the '
x kits .more than a year since Commissioner Lou. Ritter has been .J with funds and secrets from
elected to office on his promise to improve the street conditions the 11th thru the 13th. The 15th : adding tvyc-ur problems through problem and an insight into the

I in the colored areas. He spear-headed the move to resurface Myrtle v ARIES CANCER shows that entertainment as wellas : unwise monetary and tmotional emotional attitudes_ Involved." ".

Avenue which was also in bad. condition. We think however that Born March 21st. thru April 19th Born Jane 22nd thru July 22nd enlightenment comes through adq tures. Live up to the mos The essence of'the Finletter

F it is high time that something should be done about Moncrief Road, The .results that are" the out- From then on you will have. to friends, or traveL highly recommended diet and proposal was contained in his outline -
: j too. a': come of individual'endeavor or become more prujfent. The 11th 580997997589. health principles when there are of its functions:

f To say the least, our city councilmen and city commissioners are construction projects establish the creates social anivionetary prob- signs that this is advisable, particularly "I would see this center as I t

f guilty of gross neglect in permitting this hazardous. traffic condition basis for improved economic' and lems, or difficulUeTif you become on the 13th. having two general functions. One t

to continue.. .Their continued .failure to ,rectify...,the, condition, security prospects according toMars careless. The 1311' reflects the SCORPIO 6--30-66--29--64-636.. would be research into the facts
places- them f ;in the >position, of keg ,the lives, of citizens i > and sextile Jupiter 9th. The 12th nervous' tension/ that would be Born Oct. 24th, :thru"" Nov. 22nd and emotions of the problem) ,

f therefore .,makes them dlrectly-r snonsible.Jof.any; Injures,or fatal. 4dvises against letting: arguments thus provided. Exaggerated claimsor The ,9th provides' an exciting AQUARIUS, world-wide, the purpose of whcl'ito !
ties"' that might befall 'cltfieaa 'becacae. .. of these' conditions.. s. ..Do become, emotional.-.to.; nature. .Pa gossip should. :not lie allowedto finish to a ,week thaf was' Interesting !Born Jan. 20th thru Feb. .18th I : be to brtng knowledge'to bear
rj .f'l. -M -',0' JECv: :;; hence in your dealings, with other shake your confidence. in yourself -' and stimulating. But, The question as to what to do.' on the facts."I -

ley S. s again emphasized. on the and in your! key associates from 4tnen on, it .seems .preferableto next could. be the cause of sharpwords !: envision this center, too, as '

13th. priginal ideas ,will note e 89Q778976876.E.1r0 I feel your: way with greater. between you and the one an integrated microcosm of those !

.. '-- -- ,o -I singly. ... .. .... caution;The adverse consequencesto vitally concerned' from .the.. 11th societies in, which our young people I
LQ.LI S : E 3 -CO-33.4 -32-353.TAUBUS to financial t .bWty and thru the 13th due to adverse will be working. believe that I

E ROQu a. ..' Bora July 23rdjthni Acg. 23rd aspirations is what you must .try, planetary influences. Any attempts -. living insuch a setting will better

. Ef : ) ( i "xi ;.. ; : An 'additional recommendationthat to foresee before you do anything while under*. emotional r equip Americans: to divest themselves -. .. 1'

: .. '-4-' .. at Bora April 2Mb Jfera May 29th your financial,.operations. are .udder; the.impulsion. of: theare duress to recoup ;y out hates' of those' preconcieved ester;

c y It'SS .Make ..the 'Beet'if.. the 9th. .,to I no .one else's?concern. ..Jmt.iciwD' your. 13th! ttiC.enft rtaulta trips* I could jea.dto t additional. truatra-j' .eotypes. 'that: 'Win bar :them in
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f -nJ.*. x.,avorite pastimes. ntier ., is Jfurnishe4 by ..the 9th. that. ,count. t 4 C iIl' economic pr their assignments abroad from
wEBre: Il company"'t; of your ;favorite40m f. : j :check aB pendencies"Ito.adopt extreme f".. .. .......... .59-2i2. .: :. ,.tag these days. ,.. communicating, our essence, our(,

4 =! panJ-* OIl03'A3ore. ., ] pnes.' -SSL'.; Make' ; positions :tJz t, nay. antag- i't;.' } 4 vo&+31'1.if.'t. > policy, to of the. ... eR./treee'op1e of-*
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G c your intentions knownif lou. arematrlmoriialiyminded ,kigl %1p3 ,p.tS..11th-up1. SAGITTARIUS the"woric : I

} at7iti and the cIrca The 13th sugg wts' that,,obstinacy .Born Nor 23rd turn Dee. 21st PISCES In other words, a postgraduate

i R : are ,favorable.. 'Tour n_..your. part 4an
.. ;, 4t natural :'inclinations'! to confine .shine. .. .. ,sodany1c,1"" d costlra.- 16, d bY the previous week's de- 9th ,as the day fpr wedding or would bring a new perspective Intellectually -

your -activities'.to solid:enterprises. ., more. 'thw,.-.<_,-t.J..bargamed'for.. ..u, r' cisions and: events 'cannot help en p 2'ement'cerem'o f J .cann'.looli arid eoiottoaaUy'fcrthe i .
r aCS1JE. are- }uaW1e4''by the,''15th. "-" _f -247.: :" r" but? open ncw.doors to opportunityand forward to a rosy future, according future 'USIA staffer or_.u.e-'tatu: ,

lkfli" .M : few.W til.Les s ;1-20)-44-a: 43-123. t ;.: ;;.3L O ,; '"tTr gain according to the 9th. to Mars wattle J_ tlP !.tz:. .sales representative of UJS. Steel

: c, -'" -: ,: VUW TmV could'' entrain" fraction with Do not. change the methodsthat to .Ghana. .Mr. Finletter ...ad.I '

:. i L A Complete L3.. d: 'GEMINI Born Aug. 24th 'thru ,Sept. 23rd the persons in power and your have.WMT.ierved: you- .fVl well- J.'heretofore T ,* iW I .t1 ,

"Born May ,21st thro ,Jane 21st The 12th Win not' make things colleagues 'because' of thesquare in! connecton with provisioning,

l .. Cosmetics -Rubber Goods Candies-:- Sundries 'I'he'.9th urges you to accept the easier for you if it Carouses your between? the Sun and Jupiter 13th service questions, productivity 'and [ '
BUY ;' SILL UN7 WAlRBROS
-' ; '\ ..> means at 'hand to, speed [up r your emotions0 to' "the point that .you which 'comes' on the heels of the the affairs''of depend %ib." Problems r! '

revenues, to expand your living will have youJL"Va'y cometwhat t' 12th. : "- then_ created ,'may lead, to HAMWEY b.

quarters or to, benefit in some may. The 13th'. furnishes further '4:.10ir: 12-13-423, others? affecting Your home, mart WASHING.SEWING MACHINES MACHINES: u

way through family ties. Your evidence .th uncontrolled' desire tai. public? relations, on the
Sato
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and. will'not oily'create'problems'lint) 13th.
superior intelligence 'high CAPRICORN 20 BROAD ST: EL 4-774S
IAJII1 : deals! ..:can ;t>e brought 'into. play may also bring) cause for remorse. Born Dee. 22nd thru Jan. 19th -80( -44-79- -384.

wjth exceDent1'esultS for future You serve your Interests best The 9th favors- accepting'- .
progress,.and peace of mind: .. due when you' act instinctively and portunities to' add to your store -

t IM itl %st Hliberal to the'15th; Y refuse to compromise.. of knowledge, to. voyage exten

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" 'T.I5-,.'0'," "-; ','. 'e'CittJ .j---,. Planning Class! Reunion J[St. Matthew Baptist Sorors Hear Dr. H.. James Green In

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,.}; .. '- ..... Pllns-District-Teas"I 'r

: : T'. ':Sl'? ltiHI- : District 4 of St. Matthew Baptist Bookll viiwOnFounders' Day Event

. Ji Church will sponsor a Silver

I 1tf Tea Sunday fcom 4 to 6 pom in / ,

. the home of Mr. and Mrs. De- Dr. H. James Greene, principal of Smart Pope Livingston Elo-
't, : Mamie Simpson of 3011
:'. -4 .' Witt Huie.. 3711 Stuart St. Miss mentary School, gave a book review during the National Sorority of
'
Jupiter Avenue hostess to a
1 ; was Ida Logan will be guest speaker,.-Phi. Delta: Kappa's Founders' Day observance May IS, held in the
, ..... china. :and crystal bridal shower for the occasion "home of Sorer" S.' Eloise- Brooks. Alpha Gamma Chapter heard Dr.

Ii Latest. :t Fridiy evening, given in : t-''W.I! District, 9 will sponsor a pink Green as he reviewed Dr: J Irving E. Scott's most recent book
.honor of Bliss fstella- Regena t
M .' \ and green' tea Sunday, June 9, "Getting The Most, Out.Of High SchooL"
Mathews, bride-elect of June 8. ,
':...: -Jt in the home of Mi. and Mrs. B. D. Tribute was paid to the late

rlo.. .. r r"jMlss Altamese: Weaver assisted .' .' <,, ;. ti Bellamy. 1303 W. 32nd St. Mrs. Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune during
the hostess with the delicious buffet ; ,. ..
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< : Jessie Frazier will serve as mistress Rites the special observance. "
, .. dinner servlj in the beautifully '. "" Special SundayAt
'.; :.-._ ... : !'! of ceremonies. !
Scrolls were to Mesdames
presented -
4 decorated dining room.- ,0:1 District 7 will meet in its Tabernacle Church.
I Priscilla C.: Jones and Ern
., ..' monthly meeting in'the home of.:
\ estine B. Cox for
j The Evelyn Music outstanding
Squires Foy
-** Deacon J. Wise, 1485 Steele $t.
-, ; Studio's fourteenth annual Juner < ,';. f'' District 6 will sponsor: a tea I achievements during the year.
recital will be held ,Monday evening ; i Holy Communion rites will be Mesdames Catherine L. Bolden
r -! >r>m eA ; June 16 at 3:30 p.m.
*...,v_ in New Stanton Senior High ,, ; -- performed at Royal TabernacleBaptist and Maggie L. Carter served with
i I ., SchooL Church. Sunday afternoon Mrs. Brooks as hostess for the
'; event
s &; Closing Exercises June 9, at 3 o'clock. -

, The Seminole.Garden Circle held The Rev Mr. McQueen pastor The group motored to Palatka

j. Y ,its final activity for the year cf the church, will deliver the ,May 19. at the invitation of Mrs.

t 0"-. Thursday evening with a meeting ......I. -v" ----...-- ,........ I '" ... ...... or- _"'_ .t -R 1dAtSliilh'Closing J sermon f6r. the service. Mildred E. Rhoad, and worshipped
, -.< held in the home of Mrs. Percy at Bethel AME Church, of which
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CLASS Dr. C. of the ,Class is
STANTON OF 1937- Jean Downing, president ,1937 organization I
I ; C.;, Kelly, 1537 Logan Street. Hazel JeanWay,1Qaa -.**. nv. Mr. J. P. Morris IS
;.!, "* cent planning meeting in, connection with the class seen seated: third from left as,.he, presides over a re exercises were held last G3i1Ve3tbeny
f' 1 Mrs. H. president, : Patricia Pear- pastor.: Members of the church
., ,, ,*. : Scruggs pre. reunion which Is In progress. Seen with him left to right are:' Mrs. Josephine Lane Lucas, Mrs. Thursday evening for the Shiloh Hughes
'. .ided the session, Grimes, Rubinell ;.-ese:1teJ bouquets of flowers
interesting Eleatralita tosoiw
,
\ > over Sadie Fields Jeffers,. Mrs. Rosa Lee Glass, Dr. ,Ferry V. Knight, Reginald Bradley: James P. Schell Sr., Baptist Church Kindergarten. sen, .
I _whichfeatured brief descriptions : Brooks anti Soror Adrianna
and Ralph Blaultsby.Fourteenth. Certificates were awarded the Bowls, Leroy Bradley Toby Bryant -
t .'. from members of flowers growing following persons: Michael Black! Carl Blisaird, r:"We33u, the founder of the

in their James Brawn Richard Barnes, sorority in Florida.
t gardens. Shirla Anderson ,
"" Week Of Revival Set Janice Burney,
IL ,,f.,! .... Annual F Recilal,Scheduled ,Janice. Dukes, Vanessa Ford, Frank Cason, Anthony Day Larry Mesdames Rhoad' Jennie E.
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t .-ri, ;}"' : H"Mrs.. William R. Toney entertained In First New Zion Frankie Griffin, Verlean Grant Dixon John Griffin and Edward Hams: Caretha Harris and theJ.

t ;:!....;. the Tuesday Morning Music Studio Ernestine Harris,. "Joan' James, HalL P. Masts' and Osgood families
By Evelyn Squires Foy
t f. Bridge Club and one special guest : Sandra' Walker, Alice Matthews, S Adolphus Perry and Peggy Ann feted the group With a luncheon.
t during the past week. Iirss Edith C. ,
Paulette Morrell, Linda Madisonand Boyd, Mrs. Es-
s'king
Pupils of the Evelyn Squires Foy Music Studio will .participatein A flve.I Ight revival service will Thompson reigned and
served with telle
1 : 10 Sliced cold turkey, Bernadette Pittman. Bolton and J. S. RutLedge
hot dressing, cranberry sauce, the school's 14th annual June recital Monday evening, at 8 o'clock, begin .in First j New, Zion Baptist: queen ,of the event. were guests.

I t..<" corn, broccoli, date"nut bread and in the New Stanton Senior, High School, 1149 W. 13th -Street Church Jlonday' ;F June 10," ,at.. 8:00
m.. conducted'' the Rev: Mr. '
cream The following personS will be p< by
I ''menu cheese made up the tasty featured: Alkania! Argrett Thel- Robert Wilsony..pastor of Bethel .TI'ARD ,MIDNI iH'I'HRtT DAY, JUNE 8Lii0tIoTn
L: '. : SUMMER PROGRAM SET
Church & SU 9-15 New
Baptist: Institutional SAT. JUNE Officers
metla Argrett Roberta Bacon, Elected
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! '". ,',' 'j,: Mrs.. James L. Lewis, ,Jr. was ,
l f. {.; ,awarded the guest prize, while Alva Barnett, Beverly. Boston,' FOR JUNE 1'7 AUG. 9 The Benevolent, Association .of I

r .'. :' ?!JI- Howard and Miss Gwendolyn Priscilla Boston. Joyce .Bradwelland America will* fose its mammoth and mm WAjL i By Brewster Medics

I '..( .,: t, ,' '+Shelton eceived the club prizes Hattie: .Camper. baby contest Friday June 8, in M I _

I ,- : a, ..The,consolation prize was given Margaret Dorsey Leola Dudley, the auditorium, : ,of. -the. church. A The
A < Brewster
.il I The Duval County Public willv j Hospital medical
to Mrs. Cleasie Hickson, Lester Ford, Cynthia Franklin, program be presented and
jt
J S .Juandta Hart, Dorothy Hall, Leila School's 1957 sTimmer program re. Choir No. '2'and the senior usher staff eelcted officers in a recent

i! ;"'-. -. Mrs. Elzabeth- Jones of 1211 Hickson, Irylyn Hillman, Setlla lease f shows June 17 and August board will serve.,' :. t meeting of the group.
9 as the respective opening and !RyM New officers are follows
f\ McConihe Street will be hostess Ivey and Edgaranna. Jones. as : Dr.
t to the Hibiscus Garden Circle, Sandra Jones Shirley Johnson, closing dates of th ar1ous centers '. ". *" ,Joseph Farrington, ''president; Dr;
I ". Janice ., ,with the activities JEFFRIES"LORD ir Jack. Galm' .. vice
following president
== f ; Tuesday evening, June 11, when! Gwendolyn Jordan, Joyner, ; Dr.
'< "the group' will hold, its :annual i .Serena Joyner, Leon Lauray, to be offered at centers having Central CME'. Church FLEA N.V.. V. Spaulding, secretary;

.garden ,party on her beautiful I IJM Arenda Long, George Long, the facilities and personnel to Schedules '' vents The EASY Dr. Frederick H. Bowen and Dr.
?
lawn.. George Martin, Jr., Henry Mar .handle them: ERS r I. E. Williams, executive committee -

.' : tin,: Gail Mason and Ann Miller. I Playground activities, arts and .,!.- members. -'" "

>6 -.- 'ttT Another i. '!.'.'?' ,_ outdoor. affair\ is the .:Barbara Paullv Bettye Paulk.: crafts, music library, 'shop, pre THE DUKE, OF IRON AND LADY T ;) Dr. Vernon,. who succeeded Dr.-
: ; -- -
Phyllis Prince. James Reed, Jr., school homeiiiakihg Choir, iNo.,3 of -Central CBE \f
..' irlJft party !scheduled for Saturday evening i swimming, .. SIUi.-TUE& T* 'Vernon
by the Les Bon Ami Club to Mary Ann Reed,- Agatha Roberts, I visual aids, nature study and Church will rehearse at' the churcK .ROOSEVELT JmE, 9-11 SUJT.-TUES. Grizzard} v as. president, paid

: be':h lat the home of'Mrs. Ruth Siraii,Roberts. Suzanne' Roberts,I giver education. ., Saturday June. 8, at 2:00 p.m. : SKYVIEW JUNE 9-11 .tribute to the i+f former a president
.2 BIG 1ST RUN HITS! <
: '. ',' Sheffield, 1471 W. 23rd Street Patricia ,Roberts, Linda Robinson,II The hours will be from 8:00: Mrs. JlyrtS Bi'adley will sell for work. done during his admin
"GUN THE MAN DOWN" Fat Domino-battle: Richard "
;! r. and Brenda Shackleford. chicken istrationI
to
400
: s s am ; p.m. Monday through dinnem-Saturday in her
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"KELLY
\ AND ME"
)- I '-.;("\:.Mrs. J. W. Bullard of 1507 W. Charles' Simmons, III, Johta Friday. home at. 1109 'D vis'" Street.'. "GIRL CAN'T

?. 4b-to;'Union Street was hostess to a I Simmons, Beverly Taylor, Fred- The program, has -been dividedInto Mrs. Rosa:'Striven will b& the 'S- S FREE! FREE! HELP 'IT" : .. :- '

1 3 meeting of the Seminole Culture erick Underwood I, Jr.,_Hattie Un- two areas for ;supervisory speaker for: Stewardess Board No. :. -School's: Out" Iii' 1955< ,...vthere"e t G8,000
' KIDS.1 : |,
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t .:YO_.Olib.Monday evening. -- Ae.twoo: Cecilia Washington.. ,Co-' purposes, with, Charles 'F. James" ',"-Sunday: June-d When it. will ab- Show 1.131.. ., LItr: .PLUSOUTLAW" Americans Injured In .

tt t .: Mesdames Ann McGee and Flor- f.etta Washington, ROberta Wilson I coordinator 1 ofo ". -area' and serve its.16th' iniversary.. A program I =5" 0 ."'ed., June 12 : J tfaffif/Ucct.* '
and Robert Wilson, Jr. Charles D. Brooks coordinator d?nts. ro .l f :
; rye'Mlxon were co-hostesses. of will be.. presented in the _
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t il J : .;( j-Mr.:' and Mrs. Marion 3Iend nl ( Mr. James will be incharge of Mrs. Mane Smothers is president 10 < ;'. bv i'-j ..
r ; OUIH DAY SUNDAY
l _;..j _p hall of Savannah State' 'College, the following centers: *A. L. of the' board and the Rev.'

i Ii ..,Savannah, Georgia are visiting the AT TABERNACLE Lewis, Arlington' 'D ,nglas "Anderson Mr. '.O. 'R. :Jacksonvis. pastor. ", of Why should hair r' .
F 1 S S your
Forest Park Jad&cnmlle the s
church.
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city_ as guestsof The Rev.I and .. .: ,. '
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;. .. : Mrs.; R. L. Wilson of 1056 Almeda Annual Youth Day will be observed Beach, James Weldon, Jefferson' ..':.' .. ,' ;

."1 Street ts ,. / throughout the day Sunday Swfmming Pool, Long Branch, say'you'r old and gr.ayl?
: June 9, at. ,Tabernacle Baptist ':K
Matthew W.
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:-A ,x _Mrs. Mcndenhall (fl rgette)' Is Gilbert, Smart P.
'.- ... ,:i '111'8.'nson's sister.' Church, located at Lafayetteand Livingston, Wesconnett and West Sund Services,
/ ;f'*' Albert streets. Jacksonville. I .
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t j 't1\lr. and Mrs. T. C. Cottrell of Services begin with"Sunday Mr. Brooks will supervise the At Redeem to

'Tuskee:, Institute, Ala., ; (she is I School at 9:30: *ajn* and continue following-centers: : Baldwin, Brew B..aplis.1

the former" Earnestine Vaught) through the evening i hour.of worship ster Hospital Isiah Blocker, Mon- ,
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-." crief, New Stanton and Pierce
..? and their three children; spent
f y; some, time in the city, last week Maxie W. Williams,' H, will be Street. Holy Communion will be administrated

'. as guests. cf. Mrs. CottreU's. parents the speaker for the 11:00 a.m. A meeting of" all summer pro ,during the. evening if v

! Mr. and Jlrs. C. J. Vaughtof. worship service. gram personnel will ,be: held in service, at 'Redeem Baptist- Church 4s .?

..'; .'i 230l Moncnef Road. The Rev. )trot: W. H. Liptrot will the New Stanton High School Sunday. : June ";.:4 which ,will begin
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deliver- 3:00
the sermon for the Library Wednesday afternoon. o'cToBk.a j 4c
The will
r TI\e Vaughtsentertained their at 6 pastor deliver
,run. worship"service.. June 12, beginning at 1:30 o'clock. the "sermon for the ,occasion. ( s:

i ), :J !lte Rev.rL W'E.. ifoung.p .1 Services during'the day 'will begin a < '

.to the beach and a fishing trip: ,urt 1.or pf-.. '" Tabernacle\ '.... -BaptistChurdC .aUr.1.l W ." in .vattXf r t: with Sunday School at 9:30
Si Si .
.. has 'asked for ;Special I'' ,. ann. with jyVL incharge.
Washington
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\: support of the efforts from members 1fit1 s -'- -'- : -- > *
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i JuneBrideElect of the church, and friends. vorrled bjr"Bladder WeaknessOrtttn* The 11':30.am.. : worship service ;
i ;*, :.'Officers of the Youth. Department .Vp MlehU-Xto tteqiwiit,,burulM"' nC ) or Stroac Cloudy Dims
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.t area as follows: .cueIoo.-.unoe Itttoey uaA JBaddMJkxi.UtlotULtirCX the church. Choirs' and Usher r'r

.I feted By Friends : Miss! Joyce Goldsmith, president : -,mitntila.A ifIXx: banco far quick CT8CTX rntitjiDf.UMet Board 1:will lead the" processional
Miss Aldonia Kato, vice used la put 9 rtPa prove nitty and
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I ; ? neeesa. Ask tfntcsUtfor OXflTKX ond r and Ihe pastor,..the'Rev. Mr. G. G.
I -.4 : r I' president. Miss Marilyn Kato MUafaoUoza oro -k rUrmaUo. y
ebb,' will deliver the sermon.
Miss Estella Regena Mathews,
secretary Miss Maxine Simmons

\ ...': bride-elect,was the inspiration :of: ,assistant; secretary; Miss Annie :'P. "The .Beautiful.OFC..Bo m.f.

a china and. crystal shower on, Young treasurer; Miss Amanda ._ .r- .r'r
I "d1tay: 31_.:given by Mrs. Mamie Williams, devotional director andMrs. '

I -. ..,;.Simpson x>f*3017 Jupiter. Avenue, H,. Moses JA.wrencetor.. .: "- THE: ::assisted by Miss Altamese Weav-," I '. :. PROVIDES-- MUSIC f0R''DANCING' AND LISTENING f
I "," ter.. ., 2703 KINGS AVENUE PHONE FL '9-14SJ : c s ''i yv n! ,',S
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I .:',rr" sprlng, flowers were used at Si.. noMas Sets :* .win, r v

'.. pointsof throughout 1

I .I I t :'_',_,the;,'y home.. emphasis Spe 1a1Program 1e I>Q S Look oun ere. look lovelier. .todaj!

.,/ ". The buffet dinner was served
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JK? a the dining room table, which
I or. Mrs. M. L. Johnson, district Forget those Mgraf hair" heartaches mode (like the one shown here) r ....
:: was overlaid with an imported
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be of hair when
of St.
Thomas Itair
,Irish..linen and lace cloth and president Baptist Godefroy Lariexue Coloring can youll prouder your
: : Church,, will be honored 'with-a /ra0.Y.f.AKIAI : give hair young-looking, lovely- you choose Godefroy' I.riewellt'! *
your
t X; centered with a floral arrangement '
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special program Sunday evening, CULTURES STRAIGHTENS I .the famous brand in the red box liy
color .
t ,. of pink gladiolas and white q; looking right away gloving
June '9, at 7:30: .!o'clock, in the known for its dependability for more It&
butmtu color that lasts and lastil!
f.1 carnations. :
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., .. .. .. auditorium of ,the church. 'Proceeds : ( sag than 50 yean. Get it at your favorite ... -

t ';t:} During the party the bride- 'from the program. will aid ..R nyar Ray Robinson And take a tip from professional cosmetic coonter today ..
I 5- -5 .elect.received pieces of her chosen. Mrs. 7&?: -e- -w'Vi',.
Johnson on her trip to the .. .,. .. _.. .
f -;?.china from the hostesses in honor National Baptist Convention in .;, !.It. ,. "" .... ,.

oi ,the occasion. l'Ii's
I f j f. September.. C ltiteCkO.t'lf'i
t :Among the guests invited :were .' Participants on. the program 1; l.i
!iMrs. Wardell Mathews, mother "* follows Rosebud I
t .'; ;$ are 'a.J. Mrs. d r 1,, ,
; '} frithe bride-elec 0 t i! Williams; :Mrs, tem ; Mrs

-"fo Tbedlng of Miss Mathews Mary Ali Miller;'"Mrs. Atedna

t ..; 'wand George Van Hamilton will 'be Johnson; Miss Juanita 'Kelly; MrsM. d. .. 1
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I i ttMan event, of Saturday' June 8,' K: Gibson; Miss Marie Merritt;. i, .J- t }t I}

t -,' at 7 o'clock In. ML 'Zion AJkLEJ; Mrs.. Thelma: GIbbs; Mrs. NettKFfclr ; 4PDSNEfl t I II I 91 i S

r ,j I der Church, Beaver. and Newnan Tfagg;, and, the Rev. W. ;C!r: K-----

.',.s :Neal, pastor; of "the church, \\"hI"in' (I) < ;,'J..;..,: ss ; + ..

." M. Y+ Uj" {;.- extend }-i j.Passexiger-can>involvedn i.ent, >and=make: remarks. :;, MUST WP9WKiM&CESS YYIW ;"a..p.q;;. ) .ti f FI.IAn :oea.fritra adovt:i"fi. "'".. Jet sea .-9Pff, e ,

nearly 80 per ,cent of, an 'U.S.. Music will be"'";furnished, by;; \ (.. FArMITI fMBCR ''SHOP A irl.,tetxGodstra s 1 with .pPttootor todrd', d .lJhc apoo hair e eG GAel Nt. Ie : ', ,

..r ..traffic fatalities In 1956--S5 -percent ,Choir No. ::2< and Mrs. Johnso n .,.....N. dkeessd.,. _, _..__'" :::a po ba. AS remit" styls.r+ .f. t t\ .

of traffic Injuries. will make, the closing remark;I. .... .. tfrvf tlrtf tHHI..m.tlc cwfltti" ? .BBPIIOY.. MANU..AOTUftIN-. ::.i1D"nLtYt;...liTRt;. ?.....,RT.._f.OUli..,....-a.-MQ ....

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pi t, :;t : Presbyterians To Observe -' Ci! i 'irati's \af St ndal June 9 I



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I; -* iMrs.J .. C. C. King To Bring Message; Little Miss Muffett JUNE 9 PROCLAIMED-

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J.'t I Jnnior: Choir To Farm! !* Music Pupils Receive Awards NAACP SUNDAYSunday

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'. ) ,... Closing exercises were held' June .9, has been'desig-
Children's Day will be observed at Laura Street Presbyterian Vednes&yevening for the Little] c ted as NAACP Day In AME

> ... Church corner State and Laura; Streets, oundiy, June 9, during M s3 Mulfett School in the pen''teC03.Jbl churches throughout Florida, proclaimed
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:: : the morning worship service. Church of TheFirst by Bishop* D. Ward

.." Mrs.. C- C. King will berths speaker' for the service, which begins Born, 1631 West 53rd Street JJJ Nichols, 'presiding'prelate of the i

.: : -!, rat:; 11:00 rt Diu sirs rril? bo, ?t.M shed by the newly organized. Junior, Certificates were awarded by Eleventh Episcopal District of

:: -e"h? chair and Sunday School students, will receive their. promotions the Rev. R. W.. Jackson, pastor' the AME Church and chairmanof .
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'.:'. .d :ra g the service.w __ x <; of St. Joseph Baptist Church; to the National Association for

Yt., -,:,!,-"- -".* During the: evening service i the following lassies and laddiej: t a Y the Advancement of Colored Peo

fJ ". ,::which begins! at 8:00 p.nu Joseph"Grant : I I Normacene* Watt, Lillian Wells, II4v i ple's membership drive.

'fA "V ; will report on the Prayer YOUNG ADULT CHOIR Denise Mitchell, Sharon Smiley, 4 The special day is in accord

I :1'. Pi'grimage Washington, D-C' SLATES 'HYMN RECITAL'The Leonard Smith, Carl J. Thompson Iz w12A with a program that has been

i :,', !-.j'-,. and also his personal experience Freddie Mitchell, Jerome > launched by the NAACP in thetJ.te

; .i. + .1..: in attending the Billy Graham Young Adult Choir of Simpson and Lafayette Eason. *1 : to add members to the roll

, ,(;<- services In New York City and Gjmpaon Methodist Church will Mrs. Marian White is instructorfor and funds to the treasury, ac-

-. >girjfing in the choir. uay.- the school.ANNUAL :F. cording to Robert S. Saunders,
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r I .;:, Other aspects of the evening II I I field director, and A. J. Reddick
The of beautiful
/I. ; : {service will be the report by Mrs.y origin. many HELD state president.

[-':,/: .Ophelia Hamilton on the Presby- jn
fl ': :'",,- terial Meeting held in"Fort Pierce, along with many musi- BY LEWIS GRAY'sThe __no__ '._' ::.-.z:: :. '..: :;:.:;<,.... ____ ___ __. _. .. ._ to deliver sermons Sunday
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:::: renditions. -
; t Florida and the report by L. N.; BOYLAN HAVEN ,GRADUATES Members of Bcy.:..ia Haven': 1957 graduating class! rre seen, dedicated to the freedom of N e-
Thin occasion will make the begrning
::1 ;.: Pearson, Sr., en the meeting of ,here, ni, thecl of annual Gra-Y Club of A. L. Lewis
: ...;r..' the Presbytery in Miami. Florida. an presenta School held its annual Boyd, Inez Brown,. Joy Byron Barbara Davis, Marva Damps, Betty Ford, Rose Lowe, iloria Mc- tors, church clerks and church

r't. ':". :...- r The Rev. Mr. Wilbert B. Miller, tion.bythe group.' Elementary Kui-ht, Corblvn Surrency, Carolyn Wade, Laltita '/a.c&S, Marilyn Wesley Laura Sot Whetstone and reporters to emphasize the'im-
I, .....< Mrs Ruby LT Wilson is servrInef outing at the home of Mr.
pastor of the church, announced ; Agnes YoppI= portance cf the program, with a
! a,' Counsellor !and director of and Mrs. J. W. Word 3717 Mon-: ,
:-- that the public is invited tb worship special: appeal for members and
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i : the group.: Miss Ruth Simms Iscoompanist. crief Road. .. .... .
\ at the church throughout I volunteer offerings.The .
1 a > ; Present at the affair Mrs. FRATERNAL NOTES '
were: Father's
I the: day. .. Meihodisis Vole I Special Day theme for the day is, "Let
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IT.. '..,14'.f .. Naomi Harris and E. J Johnson, '. ., '.
.f .- f man'of the mammoth event. "- every church member become a
advisors to the and the Planned
CAMPBELL.
group 3IKS. ESSIE Program By '
The women,.have been divided Mew ,Race NAACP member."
i f' ; Y-Teen girls who were special APPOINTED' DEPUTY Policy
Bethel Baptist Plans into the three branches of the I Second
guests. The girls were accom Mrs/Essle: H. Capbell of 1332 Baptist GroupDistrict
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federal the i -
Executive
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! For Two Major Events 'Legislative government and Judicial de- panied by Mesdames G: F. Holmes. W. Steee.'Street, Ava recently ap3 -: COLUMBUS Ga. June 6 A. B. C KindergartenSets
' and Louise Sheffied, their'ad nted deputy for the Jackson- No. 3 of Second B 1p.
p rtments. -* '- The Scuth Georgia Methodist
visors. .Villa District! of the Pallbearers! list Church will observe Father's Closing SundayClosing
:r The women of Bethel) Baptist Mrs. Amy S. Currie is president: Conference Thursday approved a '
=. Institutional 'Michael Sheffield, Hillman Pat, Grand': Union of Tampa, Florida.i Day, June 16, v/ith a program
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Church have planned for the event and Mrs. RobbieBryant p.-oposed change in the church'sconstitution
I ten, EJwVashingtcn". Mc- "M;:;. Conipljerf"! : is a member of, scheduled to be held in the homeof
t: ja federal rally which will terminate is vice president. aimed at making in exercises will be 'held
\ I Arthur Williams, Willie Louis Mt Olive AME Church, vice! Mr. and Mrs. Kehcy Thomas
June 23, during the annualWomen's Other participants include the tegration of churches legal on Sunday for the A. B. C.. Kindergarten -
i Williams, Otis Collins, Leonard President of choir .Noo 1; officer a3S8 W. Union Street.
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: Day observance. I president's cabinet and leadersof 1 local: option basis.If .
Jordan,' Earl Harris Lorenza of the O.E.S., president of LodgeNo. The president of the district has
;. Mrs. Wilner "Dorrell is The will be held at
chairS the 10-state rally. two-thirds vote program
, ,,: _. __________________________ Mungin, James Fletcher, Clarence 224; and' a member of, the approved by a announced that: the program will 1559 W. 23rd Street, with Mrs.
: :i.- i of the entire Methodist church', i
Carwell Albert Taylor. Pansy Blossom; Sewing G rcle. feature outstanding local per
:: : r the plan will allow each church I Myrtle K. moon supervising
; Mars.
: Richard for
John
l 5 ATLANTA A. Henry Knight The newly appointed deputyis and conference the right of "selfdetermination" activities.The .
Roberts" Emory Robinson James working with other membersof The public is invited to attend. public is invited.
deciding
,: ., _I? :LIFE INSURANCE Brinson Ardell Arnold, Gail Sher- the district to complete plans .in churches shouldbe
i\\. ." r.; .; CO. field, Jpann Alston Catherine for the anniversary celebration whether Negro
allowed to enter white con- ScheduledFor
i a
.. : ;' Presents Williams, Betty Jean Williams, scheduled to: be held in Mt Cal- ference conference Registration Mt. Bethel Slates

f-4- : Gloria Thomas Patricia Collins vary Baptist Church, June 16. or a Negro Summer Music ClassJohn
: from South
: Methodist delegates
"SPIRITUAL TIME" Rhonda Gray, Clara Foster, Special ActivitiesUsher
g .. .Loretta Roberts. The Rev.., Mr Hill is pastor of Georgia voted 231-132 in favor of

: ':." the church and ''the public is in- the constitutional amendment, H. Bolden, music teacher,
,; 2:30 to 3:00 p.m. Each Sunday Afternoon Mrs. Viola Dawkins, Mrs. Lola
2 of Mt.
No.
Board
vited to attend.
! ''::::.= Moses, Joseph Smith, W. 'W. I which was proposed by the Gen- .will offer.a complete music school will
: .' Dawkins and' R Smith. eral Conference of the Methodist this summer, including all in- I Bethel Baptist Churcn sponsor -

rt i\r':; Hear The ,. local ARK BEARERS Church .at Minneapolis, Minn., last struments of the: band, orchestraand an outing to Little Talbot
: r The appeared on a
6 '" :: group 'COURT. -NO. 43 Island Saturday, June 8. The bus
May. rhythm ,band.
: "SPOITS
: ... ROUNDUP"V radio program Friday evening.
church at 9:30
the
leave amOn
:. Ark. Bearers Court No. 43, The will :
', "' 4 Proponent of the proposal characterized special feature will be the
t '-, i With the Lccs2: ; ; Baseball Scores Heroines O.: :Jericho, will spon- it as "fair, reasonable, pre-pIano class, which is designedfor Sunday the women of the

: >" ,Nightly at 11:00 In 1036, more than 8,000 pedestrians sor a Spiritual 1 Tea June 30 Christian, protective and good children between the ages church will meet with the Wom-

* p.m were .killed by 'autos in from 4:00' to*'6:00 pan., in the legislation." of 5 and 12, who have had no en's Day Committee in the audi-

t-:- .': Station WRHC u. 1400 On Your Dial the U.S. Masonic .Temple, '410 Broad Street. Opponents said it"was a move formal training in music. torium Immediately. following

:Mrs. JUalvenia will be morning worship.Deaioness
Wright Registration for these classes
by Northern forces, to,force integration
Board 2 will meet at
featured on the program plannedfor and that if it were will be held :Monday, June 17,

'It the :event. passed,' these forces would have at 2922 Pearce Street. The classes the H. Hood home, 2119 of Deacon McQuade and St.Mrs.at J.3
. iSflWC. Vfl Bl *
With will last for six
ea; DAVIS ANNIVERSARY: SET. the ,next for complete General integration.The Conference. voting wejeks. p.m. District 9 will meet at the

I FOR KELLY JUVENILESThe home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin C. .

amendment provides a plan Vocal Recital ScheduledIn Copeland, 1010 W. 13th St. at 3
V
Emma ; Kelly Juveniles
for integrating Negro churches
:: xr A 91, Pearls of Pride of Maceo Peace p.m.Districts
Temple
into Sunday
white annual conferences
5, 13 and 14 will jointly -
186, will
Temple observe its anniversary
WIYNQT when: such a proposal receivesa <<: I celebrate their anniversary dur-
Mrs. Nettle M.
Speights and
Sunday, June 9, at
two-thirds vote of All concerned.
ing the evening hoor of service. A
Mrs. Carrie Lawkins
3:00: p.m., in the Elks Auditorium, will be pre-
.' Similarly, Negro conferences can
will be with
presented
712 ". rented in a vocal recital Sunday program
puval Street. -
: : L LET DAVIS integrate with white jurisdictions, night, June 9, at & o'clock at the Male Chorus rendering song
Gwendolyn Scruggins is Daughter if a two-thirds vote of all con- sorvlce.
'! Peace Temple CME Church, cor-
1H Ruler., ......'. cerned favors the move. r.ertoncrief Road and 22nd On June-24, the Male Choir of

V SHOW YOU ONE Mrs Florence' :.Brown>, senior Negro Methodists churches are Street St Paul AME Church will pre-

i : 1 I mother, is assisted by Mrs. Agnes gathered in Negro 'conferences at Mrs. Ida Scott and Mrs. Mary sent a recital tinder the auspicesof

Thompson and -,Mrs. Mildred: present. Deaconess Board 2.
Bryant will
the
appear on .pro-
OF THEBE&UTIFUL Scruggins. also.: The Rev. B.V.. Williams is
t' .. gram
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! : The n.eMr.. E. \\. Matnor is pastor of the church.
BENEVOLENT ASSN. Chruch NotesNEW
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t pastor of the church. _

e '. : f ; -CXDS 1 BABY CONTESTThe A&M ATHLETICS '. '. /T. .-. Edward Waters Sets
Benevolent Association of ALLEN CHAPTER

l America will close its mammoth SETS MEN'S' DAY

i: : "CEDAR 'ROBES" baby contest1 Friday,. June 5, with M. Collects $10,500Friend's Summer RegistrationEdward

I a program scheduled to be held The Rev. Mr. T. W. Bullard,

" j in the _auditorium of First. New presiding elder.of the East .Jack- On "Death"PN'SACOLAR. I Waters College will

: QMODELS iU Zion Baptist Church. ?SonvU District Ai E Church will I I begin its summer sessions Monday

; '. : Add to fraternal 'notes Page 4: .. Hielftetthe i annual sermon for the D. Johnson\I, June 10. '

CHOOSE FROM j jI I 'Men's Day! observance at New 44 of 1010 Yonge Street, is in The six-week session' >will .appeal -

! :I fi ;r a' if I MASONIC FAMILY 'Allen- CRapeiAlrn" Church June jail charged with collecting over t largely to teachers extending
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: f .:.MEETING SET ,16.;'He will deliver the 3:00. p.m.:: : $10,000' in: life insurance' en aiyearoli /wtificate*, meeting: tenure re-

1 1t t\ Y. iiF 1: j 1 All Worshipful Masters High Sermon. ". I bartender who was 'quireownta or for ensiefiment of

.aI > :: UPTO : Priests Eminent .Commanders, Mr. Lewis' Redd, chairman of 'found-alive in his home. educational experience. The nine-
:I: week afssioa will concern students
.1 Sheriff EMmett
' fIr Anetent-'Matrons, "and1 the Executive the special ob er anej ami un ed Shelby saM

I ," r officers of'theSe" Subordinate tjb 4t. dteiaier will be served during Eugene H. Upton was discoveredin working toward gradution
IJ .e- I from the
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-J" I departments of ,County have the day. the home of R. D. Johnson, junior college.

, ,. ,. ;.. been called to ;-a very important CHILDREN'S DAY who was charged with fraud and 'Students registering for the
.
j II .: $8495 ." meeting... Frilay. night, June 7, Children's Day, will: be observed grand larceny and accused of con- shorter seeeion may take a normal -

i > 0: ; vat-, .-seveno'clock. in the mainkudlt6riunT Sunday, June 9. truing bogus death certificate clam load fo' six semester

", : of the Masonic! TemTe. -' on. Upton. .. hours. Those enrolling fDr'='" the t

11 : ::?: :, -. #- -. -. ..- Baptismal Sunday rites at 3:00 will be performed -j Alms Reena Johnson, mother of nine week session may take a
pan.
:
., : All other Departments working the accused"man, was picked -up toed of nine semester hours.
The Fireside Gospel
Singers will
: : : for questioning in the and Course will
under the .of the ; case offerings include
protection Most
i gle Door Models; Worshipful Union Grand of appear at the church; Sunday In :is being' held without formal the History '?f Florida; Surveyof
i ; !! Lodge a program for:, the benefit. of the charge
; pending"further Arts Educational
investigation
Ii 1 --. .. Florida 'F/J&/A: "M., PJLA., Illustrious church. ; Sociology;
'
r '": ,,'. 1. ..rt C.-H.:Henry 33 degree Living Issues in Philosophy; Great
(1:1: :. : .t ONLY ". .. Grand Master are invited and are Upton was arrested Mondayand Issues of Politics; American HIs-
: 'i. s FIRST ICANBAPTIST
:
II t r -' t ....,; urged to attend this important CIIUKCH booked as "an accessory to tory and Government; and In-
' the grand larceny charge. troduction to Economics. Should
l' meeting.The .
I : A week of prayer Is In progressat Johnson collected $10,500 from there be a sufficient demand for
l',
. .. :. : ., .. :.: $33 8' 8 call is made jointly by
" : ; ; .- First African Baptist Church two insurance companies and had other courses on the junior col-
:yrs A. 'M.
Frazier D.D.OX.
I It 1 '. f { '; ., { J S : ." \ andwill continue through "Tues two other policies on Upton lege level, they will be offered.

'''r.. ':'. ., ,-- i : i. # : '' ", Heroines., of', Jericho; Illustrious worth 4000. According to the
t > Students
1 for the
'l DELIVERS day.A enrolling nine-
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: DOWN "
II '< ', i.I : .. ;,f.7l. n C. A.. Tilhls, D. D. G. H. P, two week revival meetingwill sheriffs statement, Johnson suddenly week session may register for any

1 i .;,. < THE ABOVE Royal Arch'IDustrious... begin- Monday night, June 10, developed a case of "laryn- courses offered during the regu-

& ;. ANY OF J.J. Lane\D.DjGiL: r;O L rd and 4 State with the Rev..W, W.. Whiteheadof gitis" when the two men were lar term or those listed In the

: tint" Savannah conducting the InI- brought face to face. college
... Deputy GJSLC., tf Knight"Templars. catalogue. Beginningcourses
,I'r'; ,. '4. i> -. : tial service. Ministers from ad- In Communications, Mathematics

' % : .. jacent counties have been invited measures would have required all : Science and Social
Furniture Company Science r
; r' } : to participate in the nightly serv- charitable, benevolent and educational will be offered so as to providefor

ices. associations to, file membership beginning freshmen
Dm v' I'S. and financial records .
' 135 Brood St. -. :- Phone EL 3-5791 .F.star. { Mr. Leroy Logan of St. Marys, the state. Another would have with Registration wm be held in the
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*'**?:' ...... will _be presented in recital Sun- Tookes Library beginning at 9:00

,. PATRONIZE day, June 9,- at 5:00 pjn, sponsored prohibited persona 'without a direct A-M. and closing at 8:00 PAL
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< : -..{: !" &by. the -deacons- of.. the interest from soliciting funds For further Information write or
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! a ,< Amendment Affords Jury Trial J i CYV J.-Q 4s Garden Circle Holds -

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,,1-! ,__ For Contempt' In* CiUB..ls! A.'>=t!:.._ = Formal New officers,. Installation for the Gardenia ;


'I 1 ... .._'..i .. .:, Garden Circle were formally installed 'f
;-'";.. Thursday evening In a
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"; '' ::'' 4*.f.;,I:Southern Democrats" : have suffered a set-back In*. their' effort .' .I meeting held in the home of Mrs.

t to scuttle President 'Esehhower's- Rights. BflL M. B.. :Johnson 1016 E. Union t It' .

, Th the '.. Street. Mrs. -Laura. Henderson and
} .' ., were, defeated la t
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I L j l.t. "a..;' l House. 'In, 'an effort io stall' the ,r Mrs. Agnes Thompson were co-,

1 ", ..J .l measure by sending it back to I Safel- a hostesses::: to the 'meeting.' *

,I t'1 : ; 'ir :th e. Judiciary Committee. Coirse Officers installed were i Mrs. .

4 Afterward, their Dan Morgan: president; Mrs. Car-
they opened .
", ,fight on another front hoping To Be Given At 'ffi v Z1E'tJ- ALL r. rie Pinckneyr first vice president;
J ;J' ACS ySWNTI Mrs. Hattie P. Robinson, second *
.. to win approval of a controversial : ?
."amendment vice president; Mrs. Flora Starling
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i'1 : The amendmentS Jefferson Pool ,l j recording secretary; Mrs. (
t: I would guarantee Jury trials for dF
'r f Clara Ford, treasurer; Mrs. Morris
I anyone accused of contempt of 3 tlrur.a ys .a j : : /v1ea-
.er 1usdt B. Johnson, parlamentarian; .
J court for violating a court-im- A thirty hour Water Safety .
Instruction' Training course win Mrs. Sarah Wynn chaplain; Mrs.
Civil
'I posed Rights Injunction., Atpresent .
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J ", ;, ;: Federal Judges hear such be 'held at the Jefferson Srteet Miriam Bryant, reporter; and,

!I :. : cases.I swimming pool June 9 through Mrs. Blanche Anderson, chair-
. !;It .. tfcy the local/ chapter of the Ameri- man of the flower show'' commit- aa1&
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"': Rep. Celler, of New York said r
a June 15.:)
I 'l an Alabama jury on May 30 tee.The
'" The course is being offeredcan previous meeting was heldin
': J i acquitted twa white men of Red Cross in cooperationwith _SS .1 the home of Mrs. Coretta

, ;1 bombing a Negro house after the Jacksonville Recreation Sparks, with Mrs. Flossie Mor- A Up .r in* Wv.t Cap to
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r' .---, l.- the defense pleaded its case on Department. gan presiding.Mrs. 1 It Met* wotttuidloK young .
Americans who make eat
hold-the-white-line
" : grounds. Miriam Bryant, Mrs. L F. .
Persons 18-years of age and t country: an* our communitya '
:\ Supporters of the civil rights older are eligible to take the Davis, Mrs. Elnora H. Johnson, 1 i vttrr &a..tawhch to u.


:: : .A similar measure got House and have sie Morgan and Mrs. Blanche
ings appointments
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{; ..approval last year, but died in lapsed through inactivity may I n --- -- Anderson were awarded ribbons. .

1 the Senate.. take the .course to qualify for reflewal -' Delegates and other representing the ,DCT Program of Jacksonville's Matthew W. GUbert

.. The House adopted a time table of their certificates. High School of the Fourth Annual State Con vention of the Association are shown above from

! !.. an 4| .will devote Friday and Monday All persons holding current,! left to rlffhtVfflle Daniels, Vice Freaeldeot, of the State Association! ; Joyce Wyatt, Joseph Holzen Duval Vocational Grads

:' to general .debate on the Senior Life Saving certificates'may don Second Alternate, District I; Elizabeth Brooks George Gaines and not. shown is Dorothy Lindsey. I Hear Rev. W. B. MillerMr. iCC

' -- measure and begin considering enroll in the course provided *
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said. They were Adam Simmons, the five qualifications that haveto Ish Brant, Superintendent
I' F amendments Tuesday. It conceivably they are 18-year-old. older and
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' Beach Han Dies 30 of Jacksonville Beach and be met by students in order of Public Instructon awarded
could reach the final'vote in sound physical condition.
.f ) San Knight, 30, 'of' Atlantic for them to be inducted into the high school diplomas to 29 per-
Thursday. The course is being offered '
Beach.
t From Both were treated at fcociety. They are: Scholarship sons 'at commencement exercises
free to local residents. InjuriesJACKSONVILLE ,
Throughthe .
I f Duyal Medical Center and released Service, Leadership, Citizenship, held Wednesday evening at Duval '>>'"$' :;:
co- peraton.of Edward Waters < :'''' '
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V r j Commencement Set At College arid a boa restaurant! Richard onis. 25, (:Jacksonville The following members of the Other awards made by' Mr. < > *
arrangements have been made
: BEACH Beach. the third Mae Frances Foreman '
t <' passenger, Trojan .C&ss of "57" were ini Brant consisted of 46 certificatesin
whereby room and ,board will be Willie Charles Houston, 38 of was not injured. .. J3.lDeJ'eldon Johnson *
Blocker auto
Junior High i it tiated. Lillian Bryant, Gloria beauty culture mechanics
available for out=:ofrtown students 823 S. First Avenue, died in a Landrum said Houston's car Chester, Sandra Cummings, Zeta cabinet making auto body Pepsi Cola Bottling *
1. :: at a rate of 2500. I Jacksonville was north'on State Company and Cola
hospital early Tuesday traveling Gibson Miriam Johnson, Jeanette and fender work. and tailoring Pepsi *
t The fee is to be paid to the morning of injuries received Road AlA at ayhigh. rate of speed. Kittlees, Marilyn ,Madry, Dorothy respectively., Dealers pay tribute this *
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Count
_; Promotional exercises will beheld American Red Cross, Duval
The. driver week
when his automobile overturnedon apparently t tried to Nixon, Bettye Richardson, Pa- Trade certificateS'c ndidateswere to three honor stu *
r t in the cafetorium of Isaiah ty Chapter at the time of regis-' State Road AlA near Ponte apply the brakes and the ma- tricia Shipp Darin Spann, and 'from the Day Trade Division dents from James Wel.lI t

1 Blocker Junior High School ,at tration. The charge is strictlyfor Vedra Beach Sunday. He received chine flipped? over on the wet Shirley Stafford. and the high school diploma don Johnson Mae Fran- :

7:30 PAL Monday, June 10 for room and board since thereis head 'and Internal 'injuries pavement, he said. recipients were from the ces Foreman of the 9-5: *

1. the three hundred and seventytwo no tharge for the course or use according to reports of St. Johns Mozelle Stemey Yvonne West, Veterans Night School and the class. She is a member of.ie..
.seniors who have successfully of swimming pool facilities which Erma Wiggins, Barbara Williams 't'
the drill
r 1 County Deputy Sheriff Roy Lan- Adult Evening SchooL team. KK <
Edward
... completed the course., will be donated by the Recreation drum. lames Weldon Johnson Jesse .Bellenger Levine, George Prince Knox McIntosh, The Rev.. Mr. Wilbert B. Miller, ***********Jj., itr

f Instead of the traditional speak Department and Red Cross. j Two of Houston's 'three'passen- pastor of Laura Street iC(
J Presby1 1
sidon Betty Davis, Sandra Dun-
Students will have to furnish '
i er, members of the graduating gers were hurt slightly, 'LandnnnSPECIAL Honor Society Holds terian Church delivered the com- ..
students ,K
inducted
i Eighth grade
their notebooks and
dWn pencils'and
class will engage in a panel dis- mencement, address.
= Induction were:' Erma Badger, Carol Black- J
'secure the textbooks (Swimmlng' K
t { cession on "Today's Challenge toAmerica's Ceremony Other program participantswere l
STRAND !
Youth. and Diving), (Life Savingand mon Geraldine Blissett, Cora Bo- ..,X
The
l. Rev. Mr. W. R. Nes- T
Water can. Chenyl Ford, Carrie Frazier.
Safety)
t Participants on the program Forty-one students of James bitt, Jr., who introduced the'"K
Frances Hicks Barbara Hitt,
l t are as follows: The Rev. E. M. Registration will begin Sunday Weldon Johnson, Jr. High School speaker; The, Rev.. Mrs. CharlesJ. ..,K
Edith Home Laura Jones Mar-
{ I Hurley, pastor of Ebenezer M. E. June 9, at 7:30 p.m.' at the Jefferson were inducted into the ArthurC. garet Nixon Paulette Owens, ._ Crosby; Mrs. Rosa Lee wu1 1

t Church; Mr. 'C. O. H1111a.rd.as- Street swimming pool. In- Madry. National' Junior Honor liamsr; James Douglas Mrs. Dora1 1 K .rt
Edith Quick, Wilma Small, Joyce >
; sistant principal, who will introduce troduction and claA schedule 8 Society during a. colorful cere- thy Oliver; Edward Benthone;
Stemey' Carolyn Terry, Rose Tol- K
i the panel; Evelyn Latimer p.m. Classes will, btfin Mondayat r mony recently. Rev. 'Wilbert' Mfl- bert, and Juanita Williams. and Randolph? Silas. J JI :.
moderator of the panel; Elizabeth 9 a.m. to ;12:30: pan.; 2 pjn. ler, pastor of Laura Street PresJr. -

r t{ .Gauldin, Rodney Hurst, Willie F..;, to 5, p.m. The course will end yk'Y ., and Billy *.Nesmith.byterian ._ The chapter was named for Mr. I ,

t j FaUst:: and Bessie Davis, panel? Saturday June 15 ,at 5 p.m. i ti"xz : 4sy. S 'Church,:; delivered: the A. C.: Madry, who! is presentlythe Senate Committee c
a ) principal of. James Weldon Bradham
members; Mrs. :J. Turner Carroll Instructors far the course will address. Josephine

t who will award medals and citations be William Bracewell Red Cross Rey. Millers' speech emphasized. Johnson. Urged To Extend K James Weldon Johnson

i ; W. H. Ruffln, who 'wilj r Water Safety Chairman, Julius Benefits K Josephine, who is the
Of GI! Bill
I i of Mr. and Mrs.
; present the senior class; Dx.. J. L kGuinyard, American Red Cross daughter
r HOMES AT A BARGAIN WASHINGTON A number K Joseph Bradham enjoys
1 '.E. Scott, Director of Education Safety Instructor and others.
In Negro Schools, who will award Two Bedroom Home, all modern of servicemen and .recently sep- K much popularity at the

f : :[ :.' the certificates; and :Mr. William r i11 1003 West State Street conviences Low Downpayment arated veterans urged a Senate school. She is a memberof

& I Labor subcommittee Thursdayto the Sing For Enjoyment
PRICE 5950.00
l y: Harper principal, who will 6
Fairfield Garden Unit extension of the Club.
an .
j !:present guests and awards. approve
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t S bedroom, two-story benefits of the GI Bill of Rights.The .
four
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Music will be furnished bv_the Completes Fiscal! YearThe Brewster witnesses represented serv-
>, 1 < A school's glee club and band. -IP"" 1716 Calhoun. Streeet,: Home. Located near ,.. )tf}f.f..+. *-
BY APPOINTMENT icemen who went on duty after
SHOWN
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r Valedictorians who will receive Garden Circle met Herb and T < : the Jan : deadline for *
i"**: Fairfield Jeffreys' Lady :... .. i '': '''. '- : 31 .1955,
awards are Evelyn Latimer'and Wednesday in its final meeting (above) join with Lord Flea, the '- '--,.. PRICE $11,000.00 expiration of the Korean War GI S *

f (. 'Lethera Ann Floyd. Delano 1 Mes- of the year. Duke of Iron and other stars in '' bill 'The subcommittee is consid- j *
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ser is The meeting, was held in the the brand new musical hit, "CA- tfs '* Two-story Duplex ering a variety of measures to
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j Senior chapel exercises were home of Mrs. Nia Watson. 1523 LYPSO JOE*' premierinj ;? at the 1811851''t'' '.' 'V24th_ ,'StreeJ r" I'SUO'X; BY APPOINTMENT -revive,the program for such men. *

held Tuesday morning, June 4.,: Swift Street. Strand 'midnight Saturday, June ..... _-t, ,,''''' ;: '' "'''.: PRICE. $11,000.00) The'' servicemen, and veterans ; *

I :, Inthe' cafetorium. The business session' consisted 8th, and all week starting Sun- ', .,11. .... .'.:.:--.,;. J generally asked for benefits some- *'

f : Senior worship will be held. of suggestions and plans, for the day June 9th. Co-feature is an ; ''1-'i.T '_ "'. -. .. _.. Lovely Masonery Homd. Two bedrooms what smaller! : ;.than those availableto iLorettu *

J Sunday, June 9, at 11:00 a.m., proposed anniversary celebration.The outstanding dramatic shocker ..''S-"f. ....,;,.',-':,A ._ ,.c' :: modem-co ni1ences., men' who entered the armed

t | at Grant Memorial AME Church I previous meeting was held "IIOT ROD KU3IBLE. The calypso 1036 '\Y st'}24th'Street: .' SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT .services before Jan. 31, 1955.

) -1| The Rev. Mr. I. .D. Hinson past in the home 'of Mrs. Ethel. Hall, I IJ film features all the -latest"calypso -'. : ': .: ''.f.-. .._ r' PRICE. '7459.00. One proposal was that low interest t
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-"tor. of the church, will deliver: with Mrs; Louise Walker -.as co-! :! songs currently sweeping A'I:. .Fj -: ;;.v1..l':: .." 1.r-' :loan* be made available
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t "the '' the/nation; jK? : ,!:: .,, -.;"i' .. .... instead .of' outright for
",' sermon.., hostess. : r,<. W .....4. ,;.).:0-.1*___ .-*' ,. '" ."" .,,'..' ",;;: ." M-' Id five room house. with batti. l grants
-"! .- : -----;:-- : .079' Ellis fC57VLSon'Street io3t ::._ ., Corner, lot veteran gatngto college. One Enrt'ttJ
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:...?. :'. I.. >t -.1. ,',- .. :;..fn: ,- 1 p rI"iti' $34)50.00 I 6>> Weldon Johnson.
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: I'f':> ff'A1most Everybody' >F 1: : "'f; 1I -...+cMik.aRi-.- S55+,v'i'.,I.a-, .-1oIMoF. -'" -" ",-.......'.'...,._.Pf'JCE-t,950OO'-.....-...-..."S -- -.. Day Spring Tots Sef -Girls ing. ,,She.her.lives hobby at.ie sew 2610 ,'. >f-

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Ideally
:< apartments.
) ... :: ">' .1 'i r 'f tff.o : Closing Event Sunday 1, ;McCoy Boulevard. '
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I f Who's: Anybody. .'.,.., ?::1... '( ) -1'; i j: 5.'S 15 ,. Graduation >:exercises will beheld .,'- '',x .
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'" ,"', .... ..... .e __ 1\: ..!' It' SEVERALHOUSES NOT MENTIONED IN THIS -AD Sunday June 9, for the Day ( JIIf'
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I .: t. ? ,- "-- .SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT Spring jtimlergarten. The pro- fl- 'It *

Go' j. VACAN LOTS IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY gram will be held in the audi: *r '

Prefers 1 i MORTAGE LOANS LARGE OR SMALL ON IMPROVED torium of the church and will begin Congratulations: from, Pepsi

.. PROPERTY at 4:00 p.m. Cola to. these xlhree Merit
,; Award winners
s _E: RENTALS AND PROPERTY MANAGEMENT ,.VThe ,school .will take its annualzoo t
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t : 0-, -- MARSHALL BROWN. -- trip' an Monday' June 10, listen Award to salutations the Pepsi en l Merit Pepsi

REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER and the entire family of each Teen Time, WRHC, 1400

H L' % '703 BROAD STREETOFFICE. Ph. EL 4-1827 pupil'""is' invited participate.. on your dial, Saturdays 3 -

"i: S ___ RESIDENT EL 6-3486 Buses. win leave the .church at to Wilder 4 p.m.Park Dancing Rfcreation of

r 'VSI'-. 9:30 a.m. -5- Center. Admission F.u..
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1 ai .. Now at Ritz 3' BIG FEATURES Final Activities SetAt *

It's gin as gin should be.'. .rehrety smooth ; ; ,

'traditionally dry. Gordon's superb liqueur quality New Century SchoolJames .

.. means sustained flavor in every drink. And.it's FESS PARKER (DAVY CROCKETT) IN R. Wilder, principal of *
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.._ SO SMOQIH( YOU CAN ALSO ENJOY IT ra aw. .r New Century School has an- *
nounced final activities for the
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r year as follows: .
Group worship at Union Com-

r .2Mra ,;. Gin lik GORDOfiS: S ernt munity A1IE Church Sunday.,

:June 9, at ll: X) a.m.
a
P-TA meeting Monday: :June

: 1 ? '. ..f.S .. 10, at 8:00 pm. P 9J CoteDwUrt

f -- .IMS ...I.... zmsm .. S = """ 9Jt School ''party Wednesday, Jane. ofIackio.rigr
t [r 11, at 8:00 pm.

J"Jnal.ft'lfnAtfQ". 'l'ImnIday
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.. t ;Eutpam : *'1 News 'I >.: TENTH ANNIVERSARY 1 I sermop evening Sunday service, June 9, duringthe Sweelfield Sets

County

i." )l' : :: ?., I- ::1 ; FOR SECOND BAPTIST included Ministers the.heard Rev. during V T. Robinson the week Sunday Services .


# .' :. ..'. "'".7 ; .' of Mayport, The Rev. J. J. Jonesof _

; l' t .. ,BTE.J. VREEN x JACKSONVILLE BEACH Antioch Baptist Church and

',:f.8J. Madison Street Palaika Florida F4 'y:.. 50J:' :}i Second Baptist Church held services the Re*. W. C. Mitchell of Little Swe tfield Baptist Church wIn

., I' : Phone East. 5.3025 ) : nightly during the past week Rock Baptist Church. _Officers begin its Sunday activities with
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----L:: .I :: : : i' -i .observance oflts Tenth Annlary of ML Carmel Baptist Church the Sunday School at 9:30: a. n.
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:: > conducted services with Superintendent R. McKinnonin
:- Mr. and Mrs. Portee Jr. and. Mrs. William Moore, Sr. returned Wednesday.Each
1"1 ;! Th? Rsv. Mr. C J. Crosby, minister was' charge .
, .. ..... 40 New York. last Saturday after a brief visit to Palatka and. accompanied
.I p 3 a: .or of Mt Pleaiout Baptist by "his congregation and choirs. Morning worship will begin at
Hastings where they"rutted Mrs. Portee's parents Little Billie Moore
\ '. ..y ; .:a.-xch, will conduct_ the closing The Rev. ,J. H. Ross is the 11. The 'prayer service will be
accompanied the Moores to.\New York.. J_ j ;
'Mre.)Roth Walker,was a visitor', ; we a-J deliver- .the ti closingWomen's I pastor of Second Baptist Church. I'conducted by the deacons. _The

1 sermon will .be delivered the
i ipt by
in Ocala last Sunday attending I
; Carter-Paramore High School,i I pastor, the Rev. G.V.. Phillip.
the baccalaureate services for : Sei .
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Cooper's Academy Day
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S v', graduates of Howard,High School i l 4 said the scholarships will go to District 5 will meet in the home

*. where her daughter, Mrs Ruth Rev. Nathaniel Sumpter and Ed- of Mrs. Inell Hoseley, 631. Franklin -
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Set Hew
".' SummerSlate AI Mi. OliveNew ward Webb. .
Baker completed a course In Cos- rS.S. Street. The BYPU will con-
i' Walter M. Austin, workshop director -
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meto ogy: Mrs. Walker was accompanied --- vene at 5:30 p.m. with DeaconJ.
said that this is the first '
j by her daughter Mrs.. Cooper's Academy, located at Ml. Olive Baptist: Church W. Anderson presiding. .,
S time grants ,have been made bya
; Maud Malera and her son' and 1205 W. 22nd street, will ,offer -- i ,til: observe annual Women's Day Evening worship will. begin at
school si-stem for its teachersto
daughter, Mr. and }Mrs. Bertha courses in Religious Education Sunday with a full program sched- 6:30.: Choir and Usher Board 2
partcipate in the workshop.
'Baker, Jr. duringthe summer' session, which led throughout the day. will serve. The sermon will be
l. The workshop.will provide instruction
t will, begin Monday June 17, and Speakers for the day are: Mrs.V preached by a minister selectedby
and guidance by economic -
continue through Friday, July 26* the pastor. Baptism will be
> *After-*spending a very enJoy- L. Jones at 11 a.tn; 'Mrs. Del- experts and participantswill
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offered will be "Chris .h nia M. a' at 3 and i conducted 'after the regular evening -
able two-week visit in St. Peters- Courses : )son pm have the opportunity of attending -

burg with her brother, Mrs. Ethel tian'Doctrine," "Homiletics," "Sys- ; 4 Mrs. Eliza: Rich Perry at 6:30. group conferences, as well i service.SEMINAR.

; Smith is_back in Palatka. tematic Theology," and Old,Testament I The teachers are. Mrs.. M. A. as the' experience of preparing
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';History. English and spell.ing M'tchea, ilrs.. Sarah IL Wilson,
curricular materials and teaching
: \ N SCHEDUtED(
be if desired. )Mrs. Lotttie ,Collier-Mrs.
may added ) Ophelia
of ther
} James Roberts, a well-known I aids, reflecting the needs
The usual from 1 to 9 G(can Consecration of teachers i
grades
Palatkan, who h .s'been away for respective communities. Special BY METHODIST UNIT f
-- will be offered to school children. will be conducted by Mrs, Thelma
: the past,seven months motored '.: I emphasis will be placed on com-
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Students work off conditionsor Edwards. The lesson will be reviewed -
may '
\ last Sunday to Bradenton in the munity conservation.
for the fall Mrs. Rosa WEST PALM BEACH-Kerr
1 company of his aunt. Mrs. Willie prepare : egular by Stevens.Usher ,' 1 Three credit hours will be given
1 Board of Bethlehem Memorial Methodist Church, Per-
term. However, transportationservice
Bap1st :
1 Lee ,Vreen. for successful completion of the "
of *- e will be discontinued until and Beard 1. of Friendly Baptist ,course. rifle, has been selected as the site

the fall term.Information. '. Churches. .. for the .Atlantic District Confer-
K .Among the Palatkans who attended : and Church School Seminar
be secured: \ ence
may
the graduation exercises c: Recital Scheduled Conference of the
( I from the office between the hours, By of the:Florida :

1 ,--- at Tallahassee' last Sunday were of 8:00: Aand 1:00 ,.P.m.Hastings. Scholarships Given To Methodist Church, to be' held
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Mesdames *
) Corene Ellis Flossie Local Ladies' ChorusA June 2630.

.:-- _. Belton, Harriet- Belton and Leola L won Gadsden CountyQUINCY The theme for the session will

"* Turner. They made the trip to TOP RANKING STUDENTS- Dr. Richard Vl Moore, presidentof musical recital will be held be, "Quarrenlal Emphasis which

2* witness the graduation of Miss in Church. will be divided into the
is congratulations to Scholarships were Day Spring Baptist followingand
Bethune-Cookman_ College, seen extending I
Louise Turner.Ocala two' local teachers to June 17, 8:00 SocialConcern. -
Mrs. Owe Hinson Mathis, salutatorian of the 1937 graduating class,'I granted to at : p.m. sponsored

and Plant City had as while Lemuel Raymond Stalinorth 'valedictorian. looks on. attend the sixth annual Economic r by the Ladies Auxiliary 36, .Independent The Rev. Mr. F. C. Cambride,

ff very pleasant visitors' last, week- The Youth Association of Florida and Resource-Use Education Longshoremen's Asso- district superintendent and BishopJ.
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end, Mr. and Airs. Preston Ruth, will sponsor a program at the T L-, Workshop ,at Florida A./ & M. ciation. W E. Bowen, resident prelateof
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Mr Ruth's: mother, Mrs Ida Church of, God in Christ Saturday 1:00'-< 743 News '& Weather University June 17-26 presentedby The Ladies Choir of Day Spring the. Atlantic Coast Area, will
M 743840 Morning Capers (Bob f.. A1f All-Tan..Game
Brown"and Jack Harrell.1s ,- June 8, at 8 'p.m. '.. Hudson) : the .GadsdenCounty School directed by Mrs. Ruby Benthonewill preside. .

Evangelist ,R. L. Lambert will 1:008:03 News & Weather System. ,be the featured group on the The Rev. Mr. E, J. Sheppart is
1:03-. 'Morning Capers (Bob -
Palatka will soon have a' lady be the speaker for the occasion'and Hudson) Is Possible! :In Mrs. Verdell Hamilton, principal program. the jJastor of the host church.
"9:009:03 News & Weather ,. '
barber ".in>4 the person of Miss gospel singers from Florida 943-1040 Jumpln Show (Johnny r-: P" ; I .

DeUa Cherry. who recently' en.. ,and, Georgia will appear on the, I 10.00-10.03 News Shaw)& Weather file Big_ Leagues

rolled 'ta the Jones Beauty and program. L. Faison will serve as 10:03-1140 Gospel Train No. 1, (Yvonne ,

Barbering College- for a coursein master ,of ceremonies 11:00-11.03 News Daniels&) Weather '.' .*. _
barbering. Friends are wishingher A revival will be conducted 1143-12:00 Gospel Daniels Train) No. 1 (Yvonne All-Star teams have been picked NOW AT 'A PRICE

every success;: by Evangelist R, L. ,Lambert-- 'of 12:00-12:05 Local News (Yvonne. from time to time, the greatest .
Kingslafld, 'Georgia, ,June 17. The Daniels) All-Time teams have been named
Some of the many students returned 12:05-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels. ;
a announcement was made,by Elder 12:131.00 Noontime Tunetlme die greatestjindividual! players in
,_ Q Putnam County last (Yvonne Daniels) ,
week include Miss Dorothea Har- R. Dawsey, 'assistant pastor. 1:001:03 News & Weather every' positicfchave been selected. {t;T.
1:032:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Yvonne an All-Ne ;
Now AFFORD
a jamlLfietween. CAN
dy, Miss Bemire Walker*Miss Daniels) z YOU ..
:00:03 News & Weather gro major league selection, is pos-
Joan Tealy, Earl Young 2:03340 Saturday Session (Johnny ....., '
Louise Turner, and Roger Mc- wroefs Shaw) 'I.Ic.
3:003:03 News & Weather
Cloud, Jr. 3.034.00 Saturday Session (Johnny On one team there: would be--

Shaw) }' Den Newcombe, of the
=PROGRAM SCHEDULE 4tW4:03 News & Weather -
4.035.00 Saturday Session' (Johnn) .' ..Brooklyn! .tl Pcwlgers,- Sad .Sam 'FREE! 'i: : .
Pine Forest ,Graduates MONDAY-FRIDAY Shaw) Go-
SCHEDULE' 500.; 5:03 News & Weather Jones, CardinAls and Rubaa:;
:006:02 :
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6:02- 6 mez. .,Giant ORoy Campanella,
-05 News &: Weather \

Hear Mrs. W. Harris 6:057:00 Heaven'i Grace) .Road (Deacon 6:00:02, .SUNDAY Sign Shaw On) SC1IEDULF Dodgers ig-yc; ; Power, .Kansas 6 MONTHS

7:007:03 News & Weather 6:02645: News & Weather Ci-ty,Athletif5,. 2-BJames; (Junior)

CALLAHAN Graduates of 7:038.00 Morning Hudson) Capers (-"Bob .6.057.00, Heaven's Grace) Road (Deacon Gql.iam.,.Dowsers*,3B.Ernie Banks:
s:00. 8:03 News 4 Weather SUPPLY OF GAS *
Pine Forest High School heard, 8:033:00, Morning Capers (Bob 7:007:03 News & Weather Chica&q Cu f or Hector Lopez, ; ,
1:031:30 Heaven's Road (Deacon
an address: by Mrs. Will_Ella A, 00-. 9:03 News Hudson&)Weather Grace) Kansas, City. AJLhletics SS-Chico For the Average Family
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Harris Thursday evening, delivered 9:03-10:00; :Jampln' Show (Johnny 7:308:00 Latimore(Live Gospel Gospel Singing Singe Fernandez,.;Philadelphia ;Phillies, ;

ir the auditorium, of the U:' O-IO:03, News Shaw)& Weather 1 8:00830 Healing Waters (Oral LZ'atilt, _._. A;.r.o n, Milwaukee

Mwiiocl during final commence- 14:03-11:00" Gospel Grace Train No.- 1 (Deacon I' 8:30940 Jan Robert Revival) Center (He- Braves,; CF-Willie Mays, New FREE S ,r : :
) Eunice Riley York Gants RF PranK Robinson
meat exercises. 11:00-11:03 News & Weather 9:00-1040 Bishop S. C. Johnson : -
Mrs. Harris waS presented 11:03-12:00- Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon, 1040-10:30 Heaven Fire Gospel Singers cincinnati'Redlegs, agalnst- TURKEY
by Grace)
(Live Gospel Singing) ,
Mrs. Mary E. Benjamin, a teacher U, :----UOS Local News (Yvonne 1030-10:45 Temple of God (Rev. W. B.. U-Juan P\zarro, MilwaukeqBraves ) _
Daniels '
) Herbert) PURCHASE y s {
Brooks Lawrence, Cincinnati WITH -
at Pine Forest. 12:05-12:15 Job Mart'tyyona., Daniels) 19:45-11:00 Heaven's. Road (Deacon
W. D. Hicks Is principal of the 12:13IM Noontime' Tnnetlme Grace) Redlegs and ConiiTe Johnson (See )
(Yvonne Daniels) Coupon
1140-1143 News A WeatherU:031Z:00.Heann'
1:00. 1:03 News Baltimore Orioles; C-Elston ; ..
school and Neat Bland is advisorof Weather ., Road (Deacon .
1.032.00: Gospel Train No. 2 (Deaeor Grace) 'Ne'York' Yankees a
the senior class. Grace) aid ,H'ow.l J; itFw bW r
1240-1249 News &: Weather
....j -.t 'f >.r 200. 243 News A. Weather 1243-. ,140'Heaven's Road, (Yvonne .;err ge' ..Crowe :-J..Cincinnati aAw bet aep
't13-: O Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon *Daniels Oi
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'fIllS 'tIP? -.... ":'- 3:01:03 Grace" Weather- lOt1:03 News ,Weather legs, 2B-Gene Baker, Pittsburgh "w
News 143VM. Heaven's Road (Yvonne Pirates, '3B-A1' Smith Cleveland "_ M '
; riO3.:4:0'Jumpta''Show-Johnny: I
ICIIIII MtiSCLES 4i O.//ca New Shaw)*. 'Weatherkits310aJampin'tSh < 1:>>-.240. Mt.Daniels,Ararat) Baptist Chorea Indians, SS-Andre Rodgers, New i EYDOWIII. ar iSw

(Rev. Dallas Graham) York Giants, L la andy Amos, /
w Relievo ,Jaa of find,MFC* aJ.iite mutSTANBAtK 240-:* JaTco Gospel>> Review '
d"with STaALK ta11 leta..lMWdefs .SAO,l: rJfewa'sU.)*, weabaer1t3.1141 (Live Gospel Singing) rooklyn Dodgers, CF-Bill Bru- !.
3 449 God's'HertyShrine
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CSablfs .v.rat pneeriptlen tne asredieeb :8ATUBDAT SCHEDULE 'Bder Charles Beck Doby, Chicago White Sot; RF-
for fast ,*.w.f acta.. 1:001:11 Sign On 1:00SQ Now ;ft Weather Minnie Minoso, Chicago White JUST TRADE IN
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I i Nejro Fans .Boycoiliag Games I thinks it is very unfair to pro I Ii I ace now with the Toronto Maple- Tille Defei .

i basketball owners and tor himself leafs of the International League, ,

f Because .(H Lonisiai 'Jim-Crow Law I to be involved in such false pub- is setting the league on' fire with -124..os t .'

: i licity. He intends to continue the same kind of stuff he used in STUTTGART, Germany-ArchIe .

'. -crk.ng tow-:rd his- degree. Jacksonville. Robinson is a seven Moore, world light heavyweight
=- .: .. ,- '-" : .. game winner.THE champion, has' announced that he
ELSTON HOWARD Of the New
DALLAS,. Tex,-The Texas League backed the Louisiana law York Yankees has really provedto JACKSONVILLE BRAVESare xvc\Ld like to defend his title

'forbidding Negroes from performing with or against wblte players the-baseball world that: he Is still battling to move away in West Germany, if he is guaran-

but little did it dawn upon the League's officials that the decision I the big leaguer that Casey Sten- from the bottom round of the teed a $100,000 purse.Willie ,

would cause such resentment as to affect the turnatites.with such a I gel has: always insisted thathe is. league. They are trying to move Knoerzer, 'the German
telling blow. : toward the with each promoter and Moore said they
; Chen Yogi Berra was benched, top game
> Before the shameful jim crow :.Howard was sent In to do the they play Jacksonville has pro' would like to arrange an open

: law was passed, in Louisiana, Ne- lob I 1 I catching and the big catcher-out duced a winning ban club so air bout in Stuttgart. They said

gro players drew *a large at,endance Baker Seems I fielder came in to, catch a shut many seasons that it Is hard for they would be willing to accept

,1 The attendance at Shreve- I out and do some timely clutch fans to believe a Jax team ,can be any one of the world's top 10 _

port 'now has dropped 30 per TeBeDurTs hitting. Casey Stengel said: The so near the bottom. 'Manager light heavyweight an. op-

cent from last year. The man boy Is a great player." Owen is working very hard to More than 22 per cent of 1956

agers .of the teams are hoping Divisioi HUMBERTO ROBINSON, for bring a winDer back. > U.S. highway deaths! occurred on"- I

that in the near future the turnstiles Heavy mer Jacksonville Braves pitching Will see you next week Saturdays. '

I will again click as they .did '"

before, the jim crow flew into .', .
t Louisiana- NEW YORK-Bob Baker the .. .. '1i:f": f.... [ z ,
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Detroit heavyweight seems to be 1 ,,''' '
I There are seven 'other teams -) ; : .
the door to the heavyweight : { "< -
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in the Texas League besides the ranks, and in order to gain a, p# 4crv7z' FfY0.r .A. ,. ", ",", ,' ':- : :- :: ,: ; ; "'

I ....Shreveport team which is the place among the heavyweightboxers r&8' r ,' ., S
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only team in the league representing ._ e < J-
t one must beat the big :,
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J Louisiana. Because of the man from Detroit. : _*
one team in the state of the Jim : ; K -
The latest' fighter to enter the ( : : l: ,, '
Crow law, aU have to reshuffle { : R ; .
( selected group was-Roy Harris of : .
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the lineups just to meet the ap- f :, .:: : .
J t Cut and Shoot, Texas. He was l 5- ..' ,.. .,0lear -. : ,. >-,
of Louisiana.
proval with '
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: having no Negroes Shreveport 10 d
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the contenders in the latest box- '
doesn't have winning team to :- t- : .y .
ing rankings by Ring Magazine. ..;i. '. 2 : < ':
draw the fans. They have lost Harold Carter, of Linden! N.J., .':,7- : .' \ >ieadsagree -,-1 c..., .....".;,...,;.. .,
more home games than they have :
won. joined' the Army and lost his ";' .

No. 3 ranking among' the heavy- % w Ri t.rk "'" > : -
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In protest, Negroes at Shreveport weights until he returns to ac 1. ; : ,. ? '. ;;, ';_,

deliberately stay away from tion. Willie Pastrano, New Orleans ... '.
the games and Houston also' feels Harold Johnson, Philadelphia ''\." : .. : -' I.
1 the strain. It is. known through- :
.and Bob Satterfield, Chicago : ?
j out the league that Wells Q av
Lloyd I each moved up a notch, : ,.
f sporta editor of the Houston Informer to third, fourth and* 'fifth respectively :,

a weekly newspaper i .to, fill the gap left Oalvert tastes better.

urged Negroes to stay away from by Carter. ...
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the games played in Houston. Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson '_ '

t Other teams in the Texas and Eddie Machen retained their -I. ..- ...J. ___.
League are San'Antonia; Austin, one-two positions. Archie. Moore, A GREAT ARMY RECOKD-ICosert- ,Vllcax; one of the great One taste is all need

t, Fort Worth, Houston in Texas the light heavyweight champion, ends developed at Florida A & M used all of the skill and training you. -

and Oklahoma City in Oklahoma. was advanced from eghth to sixth gained at Florida A & M to push his way forward in the Army. JA*|.>*. .Hllll 4.
c In 1950 when Dallas signed Dave 'among the heavies,.' and Ingemar While at tha school he played 'both offensive and defensive end

{I Ho'k1ns/: th'e team led the Texas Johansson, Sweden's European with equal force. He started his football under Coach James Smallof to .what other 'clear J

t\\ League :attendance. at home and champion" returned. to. the tenth I, Stanton High School and he was off to a good start when" he prove

on the road. spot, reached college. lie is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilcox, .
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Since .the Texas League has Johansson had, been dropped Mars Street, .Jac onvU1e. As an Army officer, he attained high 4tw

,: gone along with the LouisianaJim previously for inactivity.. He re- stszicnu2. all the way up through the'rankS. '

J crow- .-law, the enUre-league gained his berth byknocking; out headed men know-that
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WHEN JOE STANLEY threw1 with the dire need for : .
cap team has been, certified, bjr I I especially! ; .
the Extra Point 'Club td iparticj ._. _< = himself under the wheels of m heavyweight fighters. *: .,%4; p VT2* !*,..-. M'i.... MBi ,....!.?.... .."' ,
r pate in tHe fourth.; .annual: CfeorgiaInvitational :._ ,,,, freight train to-end*hM'HH.italso "JOE'BLACK; who made history :. m. "r' '' l+l 9d saibti aiMwtf t
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meat to be 'he'ld' here;.Decem ei.' win begin Sunday June '9, at combination. la the prize- fight i Brooklyn Dodgers, .and later with nancw; tnal size todax.

5-7. The Birttiefs're.'the. current ;6 p.m.at'tea ,Jefferwin Street C me. SUudey.ufc.d I s ueees.sialf: I the!Cincinnati:Bejaiegs, has been oot ... "' '' '. ,'

champions: of ,toe XrtRA. .. 'Y ,i:?6bL .* .1 guided the, tIc,ra.Mer. :*f4e *' yid::dA,Tulsa. f the";Texas League 'f.!'. r 1 P_ fit st _I . I ..
; ,Tne claaaes.'jrill: '"':M raahmg buak-.t\4iiat'+ l1Ie +' .. y ..... .-.- :,. :- .... ,. ; .
Other ,schools 'certified' for the i beginner "by theSeatUe Riiners of the 'i t. ,.. ''fS-.f1I. ... :; .hr.- ".,.. : ; "-: "..
tourney wtnJ t1on8 only ,Persona holdingother' Hffie --Sweetpea"* Peacockfrom. Pacific Coast League. Black went :-
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BpenaoreiT'blithe[ Extra =t '.
Point dub included : '* .* certH *>viAay>'efiroU toImprove hb 17tfa birthday to fefe preeeatttatas to the Rainers :'ir one ( ind matL '" '., --.... I r." .:lrst' ;G

Clark Coll age:-'Benedict College,' on thltr'arolree. The fee iaky tM;"'r WOr1d.r.Iktsgsr. iHis Beuoa-'s! .-recordcls: 1 won andTBICKSHGT" .\' '" .. i> : .(.. : :it;
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Knoxville College Morehouse Col- Is $1.00 per week :t \ '.. advance. w' ,_..,- **"**' death. -- c 11 # $1 II ,..,' '" < ,
.f ."\...A" WASHINGTON, r
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Thursday and 'rich nights JIMMY, BROWN, All-American t11 Z :tINT i :
paI't.I bar decided at last to try .)L1.J*1 .
Watch from 0:30: to: 10:30: and Sundays football-player, is also a lacrosse Ids hand at baseball agam. In a ,-.oS-. .;

This down from 5:30 to 6:30' pjn. star. The big, 220-pound halfteck A! etesaUon1hbild ....\hIm,a few ,. "

Bach course, win ea three who scored 43 Pointss Jut season ....,.i-to, h........ wtiMtiier 'or not '.' :
; 624O-39 week eeaaioh.The';''class quota in the football';g4mefteainAC! t bd 'baerttlnueti i 3db1.baU. will de- ..<' ,

will be twesty. students. for each gate, is.a potential AllAmeicanlacrosse pe, d'onsbow-ellli: :does. fai his ;'" ;f-l.:.' .. .
38S+ 04 '."+ *' of'"
247 ae.,', c. player. try ,out. with I the Jacksonville ..:} I".
The course will include ,vtie J. :t ,
Braves, said be believes
rTrlckshof .
BIG LUKE EASTER, of the i .- ,
1 4 b&l sic- skills in swimming and diving Buffalo Bisons;; and,, SATCHEL )he still:hi*,the, stuff Jacksonville ... '" .. ;

: First Aid; Artificial Respiration PAIGE of the Miami Marlins, faDs,, win be watchkigmsTprogrearfJln "
4 t\y 0 "and simple rescue ; methods. his) ': r
All" Persona paasfng'tho'course' are said to be the i greatest Attractions new venture. ; 1 _

9 1t in minor" leagues baser RALPH.-DUPAS, the New ..Or
'Win receive 'the "American: Red .,
A : '" r ball. Easterns hitting' and' Paige's leans; LaH; boXer 'whose racial

.' 7 -48 Cross Certificate pitching have_drawn fans to parks Identity caused such an uproar .T

I 1 I in large';nUmbers., Both are In the in Louisiana Is now_ in Franceto Calvert ILi ;
.498--12--
,'- -. lege Morris Brown College, Ten- International League, with :Easter fight Seraphjn Ferrer, former :I ,
f Sometimes. he's up. nessee State A & I University, leading; the league in home runs. lightweight chanipion\ "of ,France mI 1Em'WI&'' '
n"S3Jem
: and WinSt Teachers Col concentrate \
Dupas can now more
Sometimes' GEORGE-.CROWE/has done a
he's downHe '
lege. I on his fight than his birth cer- c/1/ttERIC Xy.ya
F- real job at holding down first
,-adds, subtracts Tennessee State won the National tificate. Il1 s own ,home'state, .iJ.cOlDtDWllSKlY'.SC
base for the Cincinnati Redlegs x.
Association of Intercollegiate he to furnish
He works It all around since Ted Kluzewski has been out was requred proof ; !!
Athletics .. .
in St.
1 championship that he was not'Negro before --
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tHe' and his hitting, along with that j CIOOIUST S10CJII wanlto r.S11WNG
Louis
i- and Winston-Salem is the boxing commission would
of Frank Robinson, hasbeen a .
CIAA champions. major factor in keeping the team okay any more.., ,fghts( ... for' him. -C '--.- CQ

l ---- j I on top in the National League. THE DETROIT TIGERS r11 : :ff:

J :. OWNERS have put the high price
You DonVHave. toGo to Town ,to GetPHABMACT I Defensively and ,offensively, Big AI
.. George has been a great help. of $700,000 on --KaUiie.- Arnold
L' ; : Johnson/ owner-of--the Kansas .,, -' -
CHICAGO FANS are peejed Athletics said in 'interview s .
City an -
OW : with Manager Bob Scheffing and, that he had offered .$450.000 .: :... ,:
RRICH'S the front office .of the Chicago ryh

I' Pa o-t Baker Cubs for and breaking getting rid up,baseball's of Gene Tigers to Spike last Briggs falL who', owned x / the .' r -. .

"SKTh.. \Th"**' ROBINSOX, one
best defensive
combination. th
0; the smartest fielding second
Baker on second and Banks at :
basemen in this part b'f the country -
.MUG S.'Mb' shortstop, the Cub's double play
,. is stffl actiVe;Jn basebalL His '
combination
was 'the talk of the
.'Tf playing days..are 'over bat he ban ,
circuit. Since Baker left Banks -
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mean abffity. { J .
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Fans now say the Cubs have the iled becoad_,,>baseman,, bat he

.:tl1 J. Y r "c : ':...dWllDiS worst team in history.. could hit and,rua." Whea his paying .... '..

V GEORGE MOCIE/__ .26-year-old .days were' over, he,joined tile .tii ;y
ranks.ot "'themen In bJae." t.
1965 _National AAtT heavyweight .
'WILTON (The Stilt) Chamber. 1nO& ;f : ;' .il t
boxing champion, waa sentenCed .'.
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LIGHTpWATl/Sio: TELEPHONE >WO'"w rtb. of groceries any intenti l'*ot t F- quitting' school: '. :. Nothing finer -in American taste : __'j

PAY YOUR, last FebruaryLHow. a filter with this year to become a ember of ..' i'., ', ", .
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CHffS OFF THE ROCK- to ncceed WfflSam B. Stewart."I No .reflection pa,the new prexy our 'deal in sometimes. The election others.; Born and bred an' AME, him an the luck in the world. We i MODERN-Furnished. room.Single ,'
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t; BY JAY JAY Pos cript-A er his "efectfetf but if he can can shots like that, was a joke. but the smooth- I maintain that the greatest Ne- are only hoping that when* the man or woman desired. Hot and .
the new prexy, caaae into the I we need him to help us pick ness of the machines operations gro politicians are AME bishops. oil moves from the troubled waters cold .t .
water. 1325 West 19th
Today approximately! 425 Tog auditorium to address the board the winners at Saratoga and Hia- during the. entire EWC fiasco Albeit. congratulations to Dr.I and the false clam is over: Street Phone EL 41165. .

people will. step out In the -- which had met to "elect" him. leah. If he is not the prognosticator brought back 'memories of the i Coan. According to his biography, that the Good Ship EWC will still! MODERN-Furnished room. EL .

.. fight with the feeling that tho He even, had material already we need the'man who dealt days of Boss Hague, Boss CrumP he is well prepared and is capable., be afloat : 6-7289.

eatfre world' is a yo-yo' and the .. .
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t string are thought further* all and In looking mimd I have that up a;with I whole will the lot go H 1100 eRO... STJ I jAX APPLIANCE CENTER PHONE EL 6-26021 _. ;\


of time to do it in. We all rejoice], '

for them and heap praise upon

them By now you should have
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guessed that we are speaking of
Even Children
of 1957. : -
school graduates
the high orkilljoys" > _
We are not "old phoggies"

but let us take a dif wv

ferent viey paint. For many of ;
Know A Good Deal
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.- these kids it Is really "the end"and a
most
not she beginning as

commencement speakers proclaim \

to their young audiences.; The 1
t. larger" portion of them win not 1.1When They See : "
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enter college let alone graduate. OncJ"- ; <. ; s'; .', ) ,

'. "The June class of '54 from the ':;.iir'-: __ __.... ,. _._ _'--" .fc .__ -_ J,....:-., .___ ; .. .. .....;, ./t" ,:"' :"-' ...-., -S.. ..?. "'c.', ;
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numbered 'rt' & : *
high schools "": .' ..j7'i. ..
nearly junior a thousand. Only a few : __ __, _.::, .. .: :!:" .::1E'or r ,0' ', ., -:. .
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more than 400 made U over the -t _
out of ten fell
:' three years. Six
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college along the three way.more.Before of they that finish ten '. Lillie Miss, Jafco, Jacksonville's Newest Radio Personality, ,

will fall. In my way of thinkingwe '

the should four that not finished heap honors high school upon, 1 <. Who, Broadcasts lax Appliance Center's Messages Says: ,,7.t.;;.

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but should try and help the six s .. ..
who' felL From this six comes .5fH



J. _. many makers fathers our jails.of, and our our The potential young teen-age four mothers is inmates a -trouble.'safe"and of p t: ; You Get. The ,Best Deal Ai Jux'"


; group. We have our hands'and ,, '
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,. eyes on them. Let's try and sal ,
..;' vage the other six.
In marked contrast to,the white .a ": ; : Only $498 DC 1nI

.. race, we did not have a single ; .',......'- '.
high school. student receiving a : --I LOOK' I- .;'. ., .' ,. .
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high school diploma and a trade .- : ",, ::tr. :.. ,, ,' -'
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,. certificate \Ve'need tradesmen .
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more than. the other group yet # j'
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all of our guidance experts teach- i:
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.MISS, JAFCO ; YOU CAN i' .
ers and most parents have their LITTLE Y' .: -. GET ; ''''' .i '
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for college. Everyone isnoti:col- .. '. 'i:: ;: "w. ;, !f A BEAUTIFUL '

,-' lege material and everyone cannot 't::, .. -' ,",- '_, -
It is time- "
afford college. high "
someone made our children aware .

of the blue shirted woi'ld..and of 'p H I L C 0'1./

s-. jfre uppttrtttnities' in' skilled trades: ,

r ,;:. 4 V !had always heard that 1 a .
Dack >Hs': powerful color but
a '
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didn't know it until all of -this _&J ( iFFFzFK4ra;

-. integration stuff stated Seems
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as tho a speck of red blood from YThTh Refrigerator
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a 'black source makes you blackall I
Also small .. I
through. a patch ., ....
of Negro homes out San Joan t '+ w.

t Avenue way have caused some ( : :
Or Your Choice of '
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< good white folks to be. afraid t...:...., .. .. -' .' ,
::, ;' to build a ,school in .a certain ; .. ,. ,:. ,: '.". 1.. .I ., II!'1i.1. '
: .-.. location. As Amos and' Andy ''" .. ". r
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; would say, "We are really sump. tiN. ,- ..
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J. D. 'Brooks is busy scurrying .; ; ;

_.. around trying to -get all of the 4 s
":" : :; : details lined up for the 4th ofF

July boat races. One of the features -
Gas i
'- : of this year's event will be Range : "" .. "'
the performance ofthe junior c ,

--water ski-group. A group of

... '"acqua-belles" are also practing, S ONLY .
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DEAL.., 4 : S.- Down S -
a routine for the affair. I I --Lv- .. ; ,:., ,
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Ribault River or as you "old- ; ;
timers"' .call it ..S :Mile preij? I : : FRiE1

in the vicinity of the ,Ding; "'!:'of AT JAX > _. '4 98 Down _" FREE FREE !I I

Clubs fast bec ming-<;water f
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t sports headquarters in tAlaarM. : '. 1iS. S :_ .. 2 BIG TANKS OF GA'S

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:>" for Negroes. The calm rivers af S
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fords an opportunity for beginners PAY '' Financing" .No Charge for Insiallaiion "
; We Do Our Own ,
to learn boating and skiing. A ;

group diving of also fellows,, In are case tryiag you, don't skin AT JAX ).; ,. .. qgf:* .i Make Your Own Terms };" Linoleum Kitchen Hug

know it. the State Departnient .d, y Weekly -:- Pay Monthly, .w .
of Conservation .. :; We Will Cover Your Entire Kitchen ,
.5 5 has stocked the : i
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river with bass and
? other'angler'adelights .: : .,, Make Us Prove It
LAWN' Just
.;' :. '-' I"jUST THE THING FOR YOUR :

-:; Alonzo "Duck" Davis, is doing -.' ..-. 4 ___ : ;,.(-, u ....:

:.', I quite a bit of work at his "Ocean IJ J. '" .>'..: ". $4.98 ,
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: ,. Vu Inn' Duck has just finished 'PHIlCO R.1274 ii:;,:.' -!
a new block porch with f Down
; jalousie
: : Look Finest Features if' M K W
t. :,<: .., and is doing some interior work. .
q" Evans at the ,
"Evans '
Place on Automatic Defrost Juice Bar; Boiler t { i -
Jr.' the waterfront ': Refrigerator Keeper Egg Rack ,
at the beach: has ; ; ; ,r P s -

{c.T::> completed another of his "im .. Huge 80.Ib. Freezer .. Milk Shelf Holds .\ .-
( ''-, provement a year deals." He now Double Depth Dairy H Gallon Cartons .. "

:". : has a patio and out-door: dining -r--,.. ',Bar Storage Door Five Year Warranty

,".. .and dancing area. Next week Ray- ;
= "" mood Taylor and his of
; ; group_
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I,:;--" ", ". performers will appear at _yu'a. I

:: ._':.';: \Bill Graham at the "Honej 's.h

., '. Dripper," Ike Richardson, Walter ; I.f'i'F

'f '.,.., Reynolds, Frank Smith and the ,
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( Winiamses of the "Guest '*: j 7k' 7t

13:-' yr" ,: .; have all spruced up and are Lodge'play $$25.. : 1ll I 1 I

tog host to myriads o; visitors. '
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"' Sorry to hear that Mrs. Williams ON PBILCD J

f .: recently lost a er father. .. .,. x L ,r H.
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j:.. -I' t P Brooks -" ::;, .'_ ., ..water" ., ..,. _
are to their old = -. -
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I ; :<;DucksH the ter '<- : h ;_. '
>rofri antD.. MLracle Fabric"Table .
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.'. -. Best at Jax
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I" .' who is -Mr: ; Bopitality and offi- '
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.I ? ..cia! greeter of pulchritude In -. > ',.
Jacksonville, always tell "the : ,.:';: ; 's'Big Family fthe ,,. 'f'; wt: Sbe Horde ..:, ,- -< .__

j .' !boys about them after they ," .- -. ..:.Freezer. ttore,...... Bba, *'. Foil H Gallon Width Cartons Chiller. '-::1;;;,...,-7'li" ;: .J _
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: : leave. -Ahnost forgot Bob Free-t .A' .t.;./- Doutle:! Depth- 8ton.v' p '. .Drawer :-. 'r. ; ""i": ; of 0 I $4 9'8 D
-: .. man, well-known Atlanta .busiR '-'; .; ;;;Door : Five Year Warranty t' : MA Durable n Y 0 own
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<': -, :, .'.,-J nessman and play boy, has made t ., ; ... $2 98. ,
+. ..' "hIs annual trek Florida's -. ..,,.. -.,.. ., ." ,'.,-,. .. '..:Steel ..
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:.; : shores. Bob Js ': > -- h... .'" ", .. : S ..' Weekly -
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