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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 15, 1957
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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oclc - 02261130
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issn - 0740-798X
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UF00028362:00329

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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 15, 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:
UF00028362:00329

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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r : Washington, D. C The administration' civil rights bill survl- .
: foxy Z 1t ::! 'vied a barrage of Southern-sponsored amendements Thursday'and"t
in widespread criticism
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;? the County- ,Solicitor; :Lacy ,, {.headed for 'what. appears to bee ertain pessage in the House Fri.day ,
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;'... Through bouts of debate The controversial amendment '
ontn the feaaon'ror .
piecing ..:i. t;;., 'i id'_ was, a. more r'by
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n r' 1t = f publicans" _joteed-"to .,'1>eat ,irve"Ailger.,.(R. '"' .- ). W o dtedjf: _--...
: attacks and what ,he called the "mrtality '
: 'left down OB the powers *
food which has :
shooting .
,not :duties of a civil rights :Invest* I and, ".violencer''r union pJcket.e-.j''
was prosecuted vigorously
; 'gating commnsfilon anthorixed In : in, labor disputes .:;-
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g4 about a mile northo of the I Luther King; Montgomery, Ala., a "union busting measurehad.' *
: : ;} t tt : ) : vme Naval Air Station Negro Deader In the' Integration no place in the civil rights bilL .,
gate. i R- L) who was presiding, ended-
t '' fight announced- after a. conference ,
_\ t Negro witnesses tesoti- toe argument by ruling'that'thebill
-' *4 with' Vice President .
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they saw
Nixon and Secretary .of. Labor dealt with "political" rights I
3I in'-hand prior: to and ,that the'proposed :
Mitchell that.he WM. going to amendf
shooting which has left Bald- J
> 4tb organize a campaign to prepare mend dealth with 'l .bdrH rights
crippled on 'the right side 3, OOvQOO Soatftern Nerroetor and therefore was out ot order. i I
surgeory for removal of a :
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TESTIFIED TO SHOOTING"" = Some of the mneases who tertifled ,fragment from his brain. voting.In With thus Toward Passage out '
issue of the
: Ten Cities
involved In the snooting of hearse driver: Joseph A.Bald win are seen in ;: said be and Wheeler the
House slowly ;
: way 'move)
1ft John Merridc, Isaiah Shedd, Calvin McFartand and J.- ,H. Argrett, two half pints of whiskey S King said the campaign tin would toward expected of thee t
passage
JJ be concentrated 10 cities,
into courtroom by WQUam Odol, Baldwm's broker and Oscar returning from their fish measure.
which he said, bad not' been
Funeral Home. trip He also quoted Whoeeler
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saying. be nigger was between"gonna shoot thoe Mitchell quoted Nixon as tellIng Mai leafs WOMIMWilkAToyGw i
Ii I JACKSON SAYS ONLYNEGROES : /, King that "President EIsen-
: ; hower and the Republican leadership .
Wheeler, on the Ajher\ hand, '
: !;;: tone blame on. the owner of ee. firmly-in:; fat of;'of the
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; ? $ Cadillac car saying Aides House.civil rigfits" bin now before the "** ; '. a
;- 2)T was driving-leaned and ofired Man Beats Woman Page I ,....'. r
shot afteo he (Wheeler) re King said he utged Nixon to Alice Acosta, 27, 1015 Kings ''
; .. BY .ERIC a SIMPSON : .1".1, to shoot Baldwin. "come South on a number of Road told police her landlady ;
I'L J '. Ernest D. Jackson, Jacksonville attorney has filed"a' petition mystery _behind tone shoot- occasions to speak and empha- told her "boy friend" that she .
seeking to have the Florida Supreme Court: declare the state's ),{ finally camoe '''when Wheeler size that civil rights, is the great had been out all day and he';
t ,rape law unconstitutional.The that a trio of speeding issue of our timer There was beat her with a toy rifle and his
ruling_ is being sought toconnection -the hearse and two fol no comment from Nixon. fist. '

,wjth the case, of, Jim-! Attention is called to the fact cars used in ,the funeral- Key Move, Loses The incident occurred at 1015
mle Lee. Thomas a Jacksonvillemen that over a period of more than is and fprced Aides' Cadilac I The House never had a chance Kings Road Tuesday, June 11,
l sentenced to die for the 20 years jurors have sentenced : atotached boat traileor off I to vote on a key Southern move about 11:10 p.m. police records
alleged. Tape of a white woman inthe only colored defendants to die and road at Orange Park. which would have instructed t e indicate. She 'was taken to Duval*
local :cemetery. have refused to recommend mercyin of Orange Park, Wheeler commnssloiL to look into the Medical Center by poU:eYcar. '
;Jackson declares in Us petition their verdicts where the de- the heaorse and one of the "right to work" by non-union Patrolmen G. I* Bradley J and r
that'the rape statute in. its present fendant was colored and the plan- speeded up each of several employees C. Barton, investigated. '
wording 'denies' 'colored citizens tiff white. Aides tried to pass them
of the right of equal under the law. rape without recommendation for : north-bound lane. Wheeler. School Chief Will Block
Jle points out ',that althougha i mercy, making the"death penalty c that' later 'a' Negro pas .
statute is fair on its face, it I mandatory.,. : : : in -othe' car behind the
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violates the equal protection :- >; ,
given under the Federal coo-- 80 ; : ; laughed and thumbeod his Employment. Of Teachers ,
stitution when the statute is. applied e at t! oe white men In the :

with an "evil eye. and :an. 'WIMU'. ArreritiJbSitfiHlir .to .(. ;
unequal hand" Cwt In Credit .Fixing :
Jackson, in his petition declares+ : ; : '
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L and colored dUsens oag the ac e' 0 hut Wedaesdey that he W Mock th Wriag) of seven Negro teachers ,>it., ._ I
eepted practice of segregation it A yeuag woman was arrested who are.to receive teaching certificates., 'oJ. '' '

to UnpoasMe to get aa impartial far taroesy: of a' dress from ,the ir c..mti The teachers' certificates were _.... i
all-white jury ia this ,State wasa terser BkefCtt W.A ams Street, cancelled last June for one year, -# 'J iI' ;
the. ,tone'to Between cofend aadwhite Bailey said there is "no at-
Wedneeaay, Jose i&
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: : dUseL store men are listed in con grant the c The msrtgfcr told pekoe aJe buying school credits. The
uneaten if
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"And even wfcea you get a fair that aaovt aa5'.PJL ho and oae State Board, of won ruled } ;
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March met regulations.
19, In. the -elevator But he said he
and honest jar, it la men tha*' ed his dexk, ..w'the jnung woaa took'the ; far the ..,ear cancellation OB ;
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}i can be expected"" : for U*, jury tortcommesd % idled 'as Le3a Hae Hdwardev and 1 figured 12 others. chargesUlat"tbe teaochers bought in this state. '
\ scerey V' &ey 'AId : TU'VeaAe Cwt, pastnteg : credits while at .Florida Normal '
Bftea listed in fair condSJoa
find the defendant guilty In these a dress taken from one of and TnrtnuMiit'School 'at St. Augustine. "Rowevero. I cant do anything
rape CAMS BevorthefeM, 1M ,JH,*set racks, uaier her dm. i Braest Whitmore._ 30, 643 about Jt if the counties wanVto'
., [ Church ,Street; .Cornelius; hire them," Bailey added. .
State shoaM ,not ft* permitted to She! 'BftoidmtiBy moped after .
38, 611 W. The coe-yearo ? 'daltIoD '
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delegate its, asperity to pea. she. was apprpaehcd and tried to Secretary' A. Gray
pireso June 20and have
: Knight, MIS Koacrief seven
In ach a way es t Lbeprevecorrectteg '" throw She 'drise? ,lader 1M ,rack II ; said that some of the teachers {
:.Lee Gonad .62, 864 W. 17th filed for- certificates b+uwd ont i
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M&IeJ P4g.f..r. .d I 4-E8CIa3' .-
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iNu; Tir?Branch OtflcetJteS Broils tree t--Fh 3T R r '
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motorcycle traf-( mented'1ast" week:

4f!. O x .561. Jacksonville !? Florida .. fie ,:, f.fle4i'rswatch.f J ,}
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ricb. '--" D'.v"' '' : ;:; -,4.\' .;.. .Eilito- I >\ the me-: The right of an accused person .

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: ;J'"C' .! .. .. '; ters and sometimes -i is a basic American right. So ,bi:
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'.. Altanr .dsoA' ..-""'r,I.t/::"..::".'., ....-|::.....Circulation. '...."..... \r7; start writ- )the' right to vote Good liberate
ing out a tickets and good conservatives uphold

Member?of Associated N ipo>Press .:...a, ;. {' before the park-' both. But in Congress some of
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!a e fi+ ply ing'meter flag Is them may be confused. when
One )rMr. ;.'Half Y8M'i'eo. J* ee .Months, ;fl-SO ,
: i actuady in ) Southerns tell them they must
ili4 T T ;AD re ,Daked Staten::/ F M thei
cheeha &r Order To: violation zone not pass .a civil rights law\I'pr4-
scbiPfio ii Pa, b1 le ID AdvancxI send Money j
II makes one think | tecting the right to vote because
FLORIDA STAR-P. O. BOX b8ai 1-JACKSONVILLE' 1, FLORIDA .N.atyr
r ; they are work- that law would take away. the

w ling on a perSimpson right to trial by jury.

I centage basis. It is a false issue. The proposed

4 l And one cannot help but marvelat legislation says that officials Who.

A the wide-awakeaess of the try to keep people from register

speed sleuths who can detect Ne- ing and voting may be enjoined

Should BaOnce ,In' groes speeding over certain sections to stop the proceaa, by a federal

of\town on certain days like court. And U ,they disobey the

ry t Saturday'' nights. And of court they may be sentenced for
again there is a ramble of diMention in the AME camp.... .
count, some of the. white policemen contempt Now whether a OUA-

.Ad taa, the>fned '.flourishes, .accusations. are being J.. .made while! oxe are so 'devoted to duty that has obeyed a clear court order
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aib"trieer to'discredit the other. ever so often they will stray on is a .matter of fact easily established. -
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What Is iamentabir about i tic wEole offalfli OaT'tBert art the beils) where Negro 'officer NO 'Jury is needed 'to' protect "

made good AME laymen who in their aariety\ to ptttM] 'esd 4* are supposed to' 'patrol to check his rilhta.1ieea.Un they are:,tIn

certain openUJon involving.l hcardCatenuCMHege. wtiuM ;v a cede ka
on traffic violators. danger. Obviously U he obey
___paper pnftUctty'.!Jt; tfc*. i De>,uMaT rYsices.. .. *. the, court, the court is not B''

Many of these iaymepj mil'; wa.cl; .rgymen too, :ate:"prone to SfJ" ot traffic vi4..B to punish him for disobeying.This .

.. criticize the l aCal "rwf ff rJ r + 4gsVipg iitfth. lued aed{ |afring.: all L.W.L1t brim fart*' foeo*..' tie bffl Is/fa! principle is so, welllisted ems;

the charges leveled M.th targetAndvthere: : are fte B, AM drteed; toth& ...... dartefr ttfe that i; hashr< y be***

I and non-AMEs. already accustomed tqptcMiting poIiticaViand-outs i ..&It& ....( prteOa 'ter. boupt into quettfeA ugl ness.

and monetary etu101 pawnthtlr":wrdfied r w>t$ will gartr .. far dam ckilvisr. In matters;far IM* iarUntus f6'
AMENDMENT.
+ ; ) *BILL HAMPERED BY : WHT'E HQUSES'fiLLSILfbT
.suggest bri res p rf: : .
''' .J-.J.t.n..t l.r. .. No: onv will deny. that drunk all tt*. A thf r1t4 von
On the ;- 'tp 'ib:;! : that'man :p tri,; {h+e 'menan..U'Women .. -" ; r : ... : Is ,
", = :- W. i r f.l p ,... t j. GEMINI driving parlous,. menace. But judges- u4' iajunctioas< and p.,
'nii ir 'fclriie &i' i1rs ot the -"" '
who wti? : t interyral ; 1".j of all
-* A -' Born May 21st thru June 21st. the imposing of such a heavy ish defiance them witbc ,
.IIChOOJ'm.: be..iIncere j thelt""'" esti'4Sto .
correct
AME Church and Weei There seems to be a. choice ad penalty can have serious effects the help of juries. Some .cf tj $
,whatever &dun&.. C"rlitfn"} m1ght.; ..<>?rit. Iherci: .But. it.seems that Y0UIIL yi' For states which to.1
to whether you can take recklessdances especially on Negroes. one very profess
.in"their passionate anxiety to stamp out "Wbatever. force or forces It n &
41 with your happiness and: thing' Negro drivers are consistently concerned over the right to vc r
that may l i' j n l to.r..ADvfDMJp r ctlcos 7.Rt d!insUtu r ,4'i 'r.--w. money or whether you will followthePath the target.. for arrests on have passed laws forbidding t1

in the chutl; ,"the?i..1o': 'also';j.r opi- _. f fwlrf siglio:>t iiactTtham8.... y if- e; .. '_ :w too' .A' of'creatiyeness, affectionand Driving; While Intoxicated Charges NAACP to engage in activitMj*

the ex.'.ttiow Xalr.* '?. :and""nlf: P.'r: and. taju,. Edward" WHICH ARE YOU* 'LUCKYaDAYS FOR .high ideals on the.. 21st when whether they bad been drink I such as assembly and propaganda.

Waters CoDege.' ..... :.09; t\ .. : ... II I : *i OV Neptune is square Mars and trine ing or not. And in the. second which are constitutional rights.. .
& ainett -J jJa a.dt ties "f! fJ
% $ & unbelievable, bet y
i :h, .-.r: the Sun. This is the day when place what is the .accurate meansof NAACP officials who engage to .
WW are-new .urg>'fer! :ascandal: : tea: tlbe'Yery,;ofsr.atito" weput :: ; I v 'By PAR Cy Qt' The Sr@9F.: GER human and spiriutal values surpass measuring whether a. driver such activities are subject to injunction .

have.urged us to weigh *the news we punt concerning the IKS'33.. r. tyv! __ 19 --,;-':;. -vs.- -j. ,''O, ::. .. .. ___ the purely materialistic ones. is intoxicated, or not and to punishment without .. .

college lest It Iwmera&ge) and Hurts 'tlib' coDege _. .: ..,> 't' -... ...' : 6-80-77-79-76-686.- It seems that when bills suchas trial by jury if they disobey ,

We believe that matters, involving :the, .church can be settled SAGITTARJUS iPISCF .... that one are introduced there The reason. southern congressmen -

ru'itlifrtttherchurcb;: : and any charges made ;are private patters until Born Nov. 23rd thru Dec 21st I Born Feb.: 13th thru Mar. 20th should be some Negro representatives are insisting on trial by. juryof I

theyi become.;a matter of public record: -. Your real, friends"at this 'time; The genuine efforts you put CANCER in Tallahassee during the persons charged with violatingcivil

-hSome.:.'years ago during ,trials of: AME; .Bishops.,.. Sims Dayis are .those who urge you to put II forth, to ,stablize) home, work. and Born' June 22nd 'thru July 22nd legislative sessions to pull .our rights injunctions Is that they \ I
the Richraond-TinTes 'Dispatch! of Richmond. Va considerations before ma- The Sun 19th and, 21st makes
CUrry-and -others- ; humans service conditions will bear ,fruit legislators' coats when they are expect southern juries to acquit t
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,..toi kKa imllar:jstantf-of: not publishing ,the tscandalousltaffalrr:despite" aerial ones as' this .is the only way "in, .the way: : ot.substantial' returns it possible to ensure inner peace about to enact laws that woulddo 'I guilty officials disregard .of the I' I
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pubBc'climo'r for the'"'"news*\ on 'Jtiejgit>u // t.1'tt'wsia luirci* .u tjba/ mess' can be acqtOvec.1' 'r pnci aterls tl.JOtjJ1: con. and a feeling of security through us a disservice.This facts.. If you think they wouldn't I
matter could be; settled chmch. ': decide spend! 'investments ,to property,
that wfth1n..the ? & anQ reserved Should you cpTiled M'ie ycpr responS to the I do just that you haven's read
"'YThe ''FLC! IDA STAR feels the .earn; \way about, this piatter.realizing to:.do' ;''otherwise n tinder the Impulsion -',ttaspiringV influence. of Tthe Sunsextile land br mortgages. Don't ajlow Is' further recommended by about what happened this week .1'

'that these affairs still the affairs of God's church 'of 'ilars a mistaken ambition to goad you
are Neptune
fully square. Pltttq- and: trine Neptune. the 21st which could make you in Montgomery Ala.
and to head 'them. niay' be setting the into,,:)>ressing prematurely for results -
the men appointed ; 21st you the target of fradulent enterprises A jury there acquitted two .
wghaD we hold them up. to ridicule and destroy the commoner's stage for insecurity and the 21st.i8066797657186. -that cannot be procured be- ,. acquaintancesor white
; .. circumstances mercenary young men .charged \
faith In'thtf: church and the men of the church.. Or shall we, without thwarting. of your ultimate"obecUve's. : cause over whichno high-pressure sales, organiza- bombing four churches, a w1fl'I''I'
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fuso and"'fanfare, correct the wrongs, they .may.. have,-done,,realizing '* '; >' 'ofe( "' "' -.-. ,i '., ;;:f''i'is ARIES1i: : ::' one has any control.. tions of dubious integrity. taxi stand, two ministers' homes, t

that Lt Hey'are' bf'human flesh, and. subject, to, the I same' weJme&8..: 16-1i-12-l1=710. 5(09939j1514.LEO 3- -88-69-87-378. and other houses. Were they ;
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"' guilty? Their lawyer talked as If
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The quest!on to' whom 1
.., 'f' 7".L.. I CAPRICORN, as you I he .'
."- -. "'f could be 'Jogic Born July 23rd thru Aug. 23rd: LIBRA thought they were.
trust
;:. J ') :.,: ;Born. b'ec. 2nd'. .thni Jan' 19th may a"very1: Born 24th thru The lawyer said their acquittal I
Oct.
Sept. 23rd
:.r. (jIIiL Y'S. :DRUG STORE, ; 'one \n'\ vi&fc 'of corifiiSfng''circiim- 'Adopt a plan of moderation I \
snit' 1 r l e'1 th and 21st sanctionsthis The 19th and 21st would give encouragement to
brings a
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';.; ", .t" ,: ', .. '" ..., being the 'one'. stances: StraiigeTir: neighborhoodgossips when certain pursuits prove deleterious i
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; < .l vieW logical
,as white .
: : roser outlook through every man, woman, and
pow-
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1907. .IQngs Road 1 at"Where S P- ieS'" The ve/forte<< ,to interest'yoti in apartners'hip. 'particiilarly"rec6nimehded of placing your weU.iieing and ers of perception and the en- child in the South who wanted \

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"-T "-" ? : : or enterprise'which I duties coureg nent of loyal friends. But, to preserve "our sacred: traditions" .
rlouitMer first
11.>.' ," ,Ma .< ..... seems vague, full of, contradictions by"rtfie -v j'asp cts, your, emphasized as Mars squares Neptune on the of segregation. He said a"verdict
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o -- the opposition "by. Mercury opposition Saturn
,Ekperienced 1 1. and. not covered by? all. safeguards tcrjSaturrf Istlt-g**- '' a43055.2g .!18Uu| Constructive conservation 2.1st, .keep your ambition In line setting them free would "go, down! I'
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should be.;resisted Because and wishfulness In history as .saying'to the Ne 11(j
Pharmacists Prep are! n = b435; : measures'taken"on. the' 19th out of your vor .> ,

: Your Prescription According oft'the 2lst which discloses' that .. ....',,' .,..:'-tf\l : '1.. and 21st when the Sun is sextile cabulary. It would be far too easy groes that 'You shafi not. "pass/1: *

(( :." li the whole,. thliig:>seems .far: too .. ...", r.... Pluto and trine to be led astray and to alienate Clearly, an acquittal could not
Neptune.would
: til r''. ,to)!, our doctor'sinstructions1 *' risks Your own instincts generally TAURUS ., .... ...I establish the basis for fuller and the support of persons who can have such effects Jf.the-accused- II
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,: "', .' .. '.> Using keep you safe.: Born ,April! ... Otfr.'thru:May: '20th' more 'a ttfaltway df.Tlfeflrifthe 'advance your. career and stationIn were innocent. .' ? y.J| ,
he 1-2--5---19---53-623. :, fitft- >lit. j. r xi- v,4 t_, life. 'The" right of trial-
,h"t ', nY ; JSes! quality ; Even .circumstances will repose :'future.19o337.4193. T- .... by jury'is

.. -- "dri qs.,'" ; !.this, ;policy on'you;in,. he economic I; ; ; m 8-506) -49--$5-S8C ":3 0 "* basic..Jt is threatened. by long \
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Dr. C.'tEo. Block Or. w T.. Groton'. \: ,.AQUARIUS i r'J :C" $ J1acccrd1ng' to Mercury ..'"jt... ..4.-"...t": -<', "- c- T' ,.established injunction practices

t .".!.. 'i. rt :. -:- :Born Jan.: 20th thru Feb: 18th I .oppositton Saturn 18th. Oc- \TRGO SCORPIO t But it Is grossly perverted where-*

.4 u ( .: Complete Line'61: :" ". .< *- The strains that affect your casions to, capitalize(on your: holdings Born Aug.. 24th thru Sept. 23rd Born Oct. 24tl1. thru: Nov.. 22nd eves juries acquit-men they knew
V4?; .n ""' '" '" _C*.'u."'. -TV associations There is continued emphasis'onthe to be guilty. If the civil rights
i; 1 cherished and 1 friends, and / labors and are There Is no advantage in departing -
Cosmetics Rubber .Gods Candies Sundries ones value law is amended to
:- : of being economically permit-and
your pocketbobk, may he most disclosed., by the'19th- and 21st. t. from being practical Inall
strong in order to find encourage-such perversions the
q.it placein
your
E pronounced on1 the 18th. Failureto The.value silence discretion you say 'and do even if this
of and -
the world. You may also pool right to a jury trial will not be
do 'so because of obstinacy or does hot entirely conform with
when important things are I your talents .and assets with strengthened but weakened.BUY .
per-
any other ,reason would not contributemuch the 'Views of those around you.
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to your present well- The'19 h and 21st advises a policy
/<7i/. li t ri I it hi tit it Conserve- common cause. Great discrimi-
;your 'energies. of strict
/ being and future happiness. secrecy regarding your SELL RENT
r REPAIR ,
I nation
.. and an adherence to
-- your
9-6O--44--5S-42--62. 960=22 2i-625. business and economic affairs. .
-i, r r IIUSIII highest principles Is advocatedby HAMWEY BROS. '.

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Saturday, Jane 15, 1957 TI.IE r.-;c.DA: :MT l:; Page fihr9s

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.. :. 4 h4 June 30 'Is _Date Set, I 1 Social Club Sponsors(

...."; :Annual Choir Tea .
For
S. /Ii1: Talbot Island Trip &
,"',. .. ; : ,.CURIS 8M919N-A. porMoti
;'- ,"'-'-.- .' '. -J'-' .. } .
y ef,tile.members of the"Zetaoie Ami- .. J'1rat 't. '
.
.. .. r "Senior Choir'Ko.: 2 ofBaptist "*. ...-
"'; > aaxttiary of the Zeta Phi ir. Minnie 'payne. :.
president
:.:.. ,.; .. ..::--....;......;..; Church will sponsor its -Beta- SororHy WhoEoei ID.e L I Iof The Maple Club has announced'4\ .
annual tea June 30 in & :..
Sunday
Mr*. .A. Mom of the educational building of the beau .ef the preoldeat, Mrs. WllBaer.Bejrrea ,L;:; :r a trip to Little Talbot Island, ''
: '
Ssa.CaUlorala:arrived for the ,fiaal meeting I r June 19, sponsored by thejchib.
4n the-city: :.recenUy, in time'to Church. before disbanding 'for the aumaier + I Buses will leave Clay andrStat \

{Ltake'rparL' ; In her :class reunion : Mrs.,Lula Mae Davis and'Mrs.. I tenths 'are tee i. la tile photo at [ ? \ 'Lg4/ $ $ { streets at 9:00 a.m. M ',
held 'h iasT week. Louise. Henry' are chairmen of the right. I ;$ Friends are invited; .:

Mrs. Moulden, who .la accomipaaied ,event.A. I Seated from left are Metes, 1
'
program-has been planned:in t
by) her daughter,
young AHee BrHnHiy, 'ArIa L. Peterson,
is .the daughter of 'Mrs. Maggie connection: with the'event. I AHeo Jobaoa aM VenUe M.in ,I ..-.a ;

L, Carter of 966 W.'Eigtfth. street ease, 4Ji'C': the:same order Dr. H. James GreeneTo

&e is a- graduate of ;StaaUn LaiiH: i.lir Pl f lace leLIJ"T Bye Wl&ersoa.Or .

High School and "Florida A.i,M.. s ..eee'BerreH. Eels'6etacs, Ella'siad Install Officers
,
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university. ...,.W It; M. Mclrer.ta .
-. .y OTnlnv,'KvCn MA t
: J.: _: the foregrtttti is ,Betty Central Baptist Church" has
''he haler BeBtlBoto CuKero ....: ,Bftfis. liaiU'tJM' who been set as the place for installation
'-- i 1, :girls{ met Tuesday: jaeriefti: :rectialwlU; : be,, heW L6t .:
eveaing 14x4be I I ielghel4d'renal which 1H services for the Jacksonville ; -
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"In the 'home of the presideat: la DaySpring' Baptist Church _: pat fee'. :Wee. Md . *M PauUae 1828 W.; Juise, 17* 8:00: pun. sponsored ''by :1 vI elation.
". Joyce ; _or scheme. of Hw Zee.+ Aaricfte The rites will be' per
"twelfth street. the had ee< Auxiliary of the In- June ,
; 4" 1 MdIait" formed Sunday 16 at 1:39
.., i i1t'" Asso-
The youthful group complete e -LongBhoremen's- Other memliers wlio 'at&Med p.m. in Central Baptist Church

,,' t plans for the ,state meeting;scaek.ufed -I d.tIoD. : tile estakHe eI IIac: affair were: V corner Third and Broad streets.,

I to be held: soon in West Palm 'The ckolr. will render classicalselectioaa .,.. BerKo., SfaMttoa: Mr*. ,ABle Dr. U. James: \ Greene, principal

Beach and also. 'discussed its.1 I The Choir;, has"hymns been, and noted.spirituals.as one BH Lee, 'Mrs. !i. A. CMHfkeQ, 4r of Smart Pope Livingston School
-forthcoming summer outing. Mrs. Alta Waobtegtoa, Mrs. Chester -
s'. -. of the -outstanding female choirs. will dettyer: : the address. '
%
Leota :
1 Ford Mrs. Powell ando '
'. Coronation ceremonies for the' Mrs. C Mallard is president, Honorary members! of the association '

l ,'T: wateiconu..t and Mrs. R. P. Benthorne is 'di .
Tffls e Br winner will be special guests at
['I n'' will be held In the Elks Aadttori -' rector .of the choir. --. 1 ytiG ,- the event. t

7 "'lorn, 712 W. Duval Street June' -. ,' '- -- ':. f--_ ... __. ., .= -____. '. .. a -cr-... __
'. ..... .. &.. ** *. *fethas -:....-,:. .. _.... :
i 30, at 3:00: pan. Fathw's-.Day Tea Set. ., ..... -. .. ow I a.. .
| ,:" Bob Hudson; ,local disc 'jockey, -r- J'. t, ., ';
=; will"be the narrator for the regal For : Afternoon "
'Sunday : .
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; r event Mr. : L. L Alexander will < I 4 i
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p crown' the winner. .. l3jat>?ict. NOt Two of St Matthew ... the C' I I
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) Baptist Church wUl'sponsor eroy .. I J, I
has been 'J _
Groomes se
Emmett
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its ;!annual Father's Day Tea Sun- ....p '. I
: lectedthe' head of the Eureka ,. .'"S,; I,
l Y" day afternoon June J.6, from 4:00. ...-< .,.1. '
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invitational -
La villa Tennis Club's to 6:00: p.m., ,in the home of Mr Q. .._ .;J '- .J. J
'R wIJII' tomrnament scheduled for June and Mrs .William Anderson; :1355 : .
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/- .." 15 and '16 on the Lavllla Park. W... ,26th _Proceeds from :
.Street :
.. -1 courts. ,the .tea ,will'benefit the baby ,contest -
,< 4 .current' -y f in. pro grass.. :- esf t ste' ill"11' !
1tohe'rts'dLsUng i
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Shellie
.. Mrs. The Rev. Mr. William Robinson !
hostess
rf .'.-'' uiahed rWhen herself she'.as entertained a gracious in a occasions will be.Mr the? Clarence speaker for Bos'ttcwill the I r _

most unique manner members of .
'serve .as master of ceremonies. -

,r the centiy.fJJbder"Lucky. 16 Sewing Circle re- ., ., :-. i I Ir

The Rev. Mr ,.HNorris is pastor
'_: the guidance of Its nf' the church. -
president Mrs. Fannie Robinson,
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., ... .;,'., the circle outlined plans for: ,'a
A :' Print Dress Party .which will feature I.Pearly :Ruth fountain
-:, prizes and other interesting
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_.. aspects.' U To .Appear :On Program


NJ I """ ,".' ,Mrs. E. Wright of 1449 Mitchell Miss Pearly R. 'Fountain, local a e 4 S ". / ,

.Street left the city Saturday for disc jockey, will serve as mistressof .l

J 1 *- vacation in Detroit Michigan. ceremonies for the youth program .
'. 'She 'also expects to visit Interesting scheduled 'for Sunday, June

f points 'In Canada. 16, at 3:00: p.m.In St. .John's 4 r
u. a_. While in Detroit Mrs. Wright Baptist Church, corner Bridier Y vop tY
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I Win',be the guest of ')Ir. and'Mrs.: and 'Oakley? streets. S

r : James Edwards and their daughter "Youth United For Chris;" is s .3
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&" r {. 'Gloria. the theme of the programwhich
,.,] ., ,.!.; ..';:.'-:' .-' r; .. ... Is sponsors by Choir 'Number i

H '. ;! Three of the church.
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Nwiilill the youth committee.

Isadore Edwards'is' chairman of
WILLIAMS-BLUE CER t

i Mr. and Mrs. Theodo Boat- _

wright.of, Callahan announce the 4i-i .. S I
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About, People/ Ic4o :L
I engagement of their daughter, 5

,,4' jChhstine. Williams to Thomas A. ;.
Blue, Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Von Gonzalez, popular
1S
Pinkie. Howard of Webster. young Ja con;: who has been pur- 's
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,'. The wedding will be an event suing a modeling career in New

__ of June. 15th at 7:30 p.m., in Mt I York has returned to the Gate ,
I.. I' .. Pleasant.. Baptist .Church, Callahan City for a- visit with her father St
: : Leon Gonzalez and other relatives' -

i I i .A reception' will be held in theI' and friends.- -

iJ .home ,.!of the bride-elect's parents
,It ;immediately following the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. H.,G. Williams of -I 3T' -
.Sy
f 1681 Hiram Street had as their
I' house guests, their cousins, Mrs. 1 ,

< ,. MmDLEBBo -LONQ Josle,Strickland'Hm ter:1dp.:: Lily :
.' Mrs. Thelma Middlebrooks of Bell LInton and 'Jerome. 'Johnson. -SI.- : p
; Miami, Florida announce the ear Ot-Y; ido8ta. -Ga.

gagement of her daughter, Annie x ,' Ie .
'.i. 'Clara Middlebrooks ''to :Oliver ,R.: ItcEO
I YIi
f'LOng") nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Activities" Revealed ;
'*;" J. W. Sullivan of this ;
: city. '
By :L ,E. Civic Club
I ,: :'" The wedding
,:!i.June: 16 at 7:00 pjn. In the home I
1- ':" y.of the bride-elect's uncle and MeSdames 'Willie Griffin i S. :

j .... ',.:aunt Mr.: and Mrs. Alfred Lindsey Charles':ntt and 'I[. J. Bryantwere ; ;
I :,of 2802 Venus Avenue. hostesses 'to a meeting' of: ,

A reception will be held immediately the L ;E. Civic and Community: -S., 14 : '
S I
t '- following"the' ceremony.JONESCOLLIER Club held Monday 'evening at theSimonJohnson
! It
1 Moncrief Road.Recreation Center; t

" ":. .:....Mr. and Mrs. Henry C .Mc- The men;entertained,the ladlesof
rf. t.. Cloud of 2557 Lantana Avenue the club recently in the:homeof 1 1Qi9i1
h ./'" / announce the engagement of their Mrs Willie Griffin on W. 28th.

I: s daughter., Annette Jones, to Airman Street. ....'..... '
< &' .torn ft WXUaMi Tuba
r!If. :t Thomas W. Collier of Hampton ..... T.i.J ; f

'l Virginia. Fr
--\. 'I '.....\'The wedding: will: ,be an eventof'June J ft. Mouhrie Club I ;
I s' 28, at 8:00: rxnu. in thej'
., home of the brid lect's parents.Royal Slates/ Annual Tea"l .

'-.1 j" Only Viceroy W
i-.J
i \ : Palm Club Sets The home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee
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Bryant atr1420 Kings Rd. Win be l-ltakeS1he :
1t' i Meeting For Sunday seen a
;, the of the Annual Spring r .
'::A/\":'" ." Tea to be held under the auspicesof ., (-
;, -;Y7:; :" The Royal Palm Christian Club the' J. W. Moultrie Club Sunday 3 t .
;;m.;.r.< ,will hold its regular monthly 'June 16 from 3:30 to' 5:30: : ( steps u

.....'. a, '. meeting Sunday, June 16, in the "pun. '
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;.j f: home of-Mrs.'Emma H. Hill 1425 :'A',highlight of the event will -
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+f! J that lead to
1 -i Cleveland Street at 3:30 p-ra..: I IJ .be the presentation of a program 1 :
-: : ; .< .- Mrs. Mary Dixon is president w ich 3 ave as its participants,*
, :'of the group and Mrs. Edith. Mrs4Emmie Hightower, firs, > :
t .g=;Woods is secretary. i l uby Morrissette Lee H. Bryant i [ ; smoothersmoking ''b- i r -

6t Miss(j .' : : .
) Class,Miss Delorea Pearson .
;e Y r: -.?- LAWN'PARTY. .- I :Miss' R. Jackson. Mrs. -Elsie r''- 1 l..2EX1to / .3:9t er /

/ .... ::" /; ':t District: 20 of Mt Ararat Bap- Peppers,., 'Mrs.' .'J). R.'Means and ,; .. ; ,
{ -.-. .',' :- ,?:tIst'Church will sponsor a' lawn others. > r ? -.- .<, :,' _- From the foest tobacco grown; r&& Sa.OOth'F1avor} Leaf is specially; Only Viceroy smooths each puff 4
: ; "- :Jt.- .
r l, 1.t-t:, :>J,party Saturday 'at the home of' Mrs.. Alyeria Davis is chairman' L-. .... s!. a. 'L 7, '.l, .. --_, '" .".- -,;;''.:'.-. 'ViceToy selects only the Smooth: DeepOJiedgoIdea brow through through 10f 13/// w made from ptirff : -
> 1978 l8th the With .
Mrs. Alberta Levin, W. of program'.committee, :
.\ ,. <' 1f. : ., : !. '. ". ;s 'Flavor Leaf No other,will dol! sad titrou i for extra smoothness! ceHulose-rSOft, w-white. natural, I i" ,
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i Baptist Instoitutional Church will climax Stm ly J F;o r during p, day. Sunday June 23 under the leaderoship of ,){rs. Ethel Boyd
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,,the\. Wane s.:: DHV: activities "o i : j general chairman
*** oTne ,*amen. were 'dlvicfed(..,!. into three groups, representing, theothireeC oMesdames Eliza Rufftn rit)Water and, Mrs.' Julia"Longwortk' v

::branches /6T- :the federal :jgovernmnt* TExcuUvJ, Legislative: a.. .r a ks '4 : e arerehajiTOenVofjprpgr: m'c mjnittee for the event .. .
c / oand ''Judicial, department.) for the rally.; i$ Te women pf Mount Vernon Baptist Church located' on the
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red! o n Mrs:, Amy ..Currie to .president: 'Y -- ," -.-.---. -----'. C f1-
'ar and :Mrs. Bobbie Bryant,, vice Closing Exercises ..SttForiCME ; > the devotional and .Mrs..Wlllye F.
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prea1dent... .' ., .ea..ss I Dennis wiU deliver the address.
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-amJ. Other officers are secretary of KinfcraariM Other participants .in Ue : om-

1 -tq,the General Treasury Mrs. Mel- To M eel: Ii Jily Ing service will IncludMissFranceso .

Otl: toniayMcGriff, who, will .be as- The' Central CJkLE.:;. CJIMreh Scriven Mrs._ Esther i Lee
.lim8lstecl by Mrs C, Jones and Mrs Kindergarten wilt hold ita"1IMol 4. .4 Al Edward Waters White, Mrs. Mabel Morose Mrs.

i g 3f( 8..,Young. .? a closing exercises Sunday, June Gussie Paige, M -8.. Ellen Williams.
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.** of State 'Miss CaldoniajA The.Sk%>. and Hop Kindergarten plans to .entertain, the annual Martha 'Cummings.Participants :,
""Simpson;.Department of Treasury is. under the direction of Mrs. State Congress,, and Ministerial for the evening
i Mrs.- ; P. L Thorington; Depart. Wallace. Clinic to be held July 9-12. ''
Dorothy service which begins at 7 'c1ock,
-'-cment. of War, Mrs. Edith O. The speaker will be Miss' Ruth ,Bishop and Mrs. D. Ward Nich- include Mrs. Carrie Abney Miss

',. J Broadway'; :Department pf Justice, Elizabeth Baety. a June graduateof ols, presiding prelate and, Episco- Prances. Scriven.., bars Louise Perkins
Mrs. A. Charles Robinson;: ,DePartment Darnell Cookman Elementary :x ? 'z pal Supervisor will be in chargeof Mrs. Elizabeth Hunter. Mrs.
of Postoffice, Mrs. E. and. the of Mr. the congress workshop.
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s School -daughter F lor I n e Grover Pines Miss
I L. Weems; Department. of"Jj& and Mrs. Ulysees Baety. :The divisional areas and work Clarkye Boatrieht, Miss MA Logan .
Mrs. Lessie Robinson Depart- ers areas follows Suhday',School,
pt ; Miss Baety will be introducedby "r3 : ? who will deliver' the address,
ment' f Agriculture,>Mrs. Blanche little ;CfearlM Brooks m, the IN sSisiON Members o( the Deacon's Boards f'Trinity Baptist Church:'who held their regular Dr. John_ E. Carey; Senior Mis- Mrs. Corine, Williams, Mrs. B. E.

Jenkins; Department of Commerce son of..Jtor' Md PrBrpoiwprlnciftl3 Charles -meeting aWseenjtbpvejroUowlng: the es _I. oa..Seated,Jeft are IL Robinson, Thomas Smith, James John"soniBev. sionary Society, Mrs Kay B. McKeever. Mrs.. Ethel Boyd. and
t Mrs. Celia Owenso; Department : :i of 1the. Nest .. W. B. B idey7 ittisBeacoa S.*DoPhersoa; In the'back row are W, M. Weaver and John Fort- Nichols and Mrs. L. H .Pickett; the Rev. G. T. McCall
of Labor, Mrs. EleC gtentea neftiorliighrendered sd eLl e 't tei v :XIL.J"TsTV ;; : : : Mrs. Louise Wright wilt- be in pastorof
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*,Morgan ilAtfry;,r igtiprogram; will J; charge of the youth. brief remarks.
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.t Mrs. Salome McKinney chief jus Skip and Hop Kindergarten. Par- i BANNISTER>,SETS, J i ithAiersaiy Homecoming Day Williams and Alexander Cottrell; which Various the clubs or of the city with
women Mount
tice; Mrs. Helen Evans, Mrs. ents and friends are Invited to Christian Education Dr. R. E. Vernon .
x oDora; Mitchell Mrs. DoMtty witness ,this school, closing exer- I'14th ANNIVERSARY Set For June 23 To Be Observed Lamb and Miss Marie Blacknell; are affiliated will worshop

I .....,PiDJi ; bf1d1i._ Llula Cour'taeir> cise. 1".e s I, *,. Laymen; Felix White and Samuel en masseat :the church duringthe
i :o1/tii Ida'" Walkerrflfra. CaHfea .' I("'-'. es. Fe' iteertt% Armivers r'be.'ofj ',5.\A-. ,""''}J --'f#* /- -. <-*3b f* ,--*. Pipper; Alumni;; Rev. IL D. day.Airs. .. .

w .LngtCa; "Krf:: Coil Is t I.ee aM ;'- "r4PtAN Y e Frst3Lad; 1Songs,: The >..Gt>spel|Eeoes'r'B.1: Mrs. ;/(Campbell AME sonj; Kits and: souvenirs, Rev...W. :.
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Brown and'Maia' Coastaice H11L STE 5. :.W $i I Mrs)eEthel Davenport .B for InezBiens; wUlld !a joint to fA. ; *> F. Foster; Home assignment. Rev.

fX states ,populariryfoentest, Vie; wilt 'be\ebserved; July' 14. tn' the -:-dce1ebraUen. ... '(June-.23.ib1, "Homecoming. will be observed T. E. Wright; Music Mrs. Doro- Edith
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volvlng ten states;is also being FNbpRIVEThe 1 Jacksonville Ball Park; '-e stSid ; .M.Ararat +BaPtint'_Church.:-' SuKday-'in} Campbell Chapel thy' Woods, and Dean of Con- .
fienson c 1 l nan 'Tn willcfeatur The is,11, i ; *: Jjfci
presented In connection with the Mrs. Esther pros Rev. 'James L King.
AME Church, Baldwin. An Invitation gress .
rally with the following governors Baptist Ministers' Wives fo the anniversary committee, has Original-Gospel i Harmonettes and has been extended to for- Registration will; be held Tuesday oT Give Rec/fef/

In charge;_ Alabama, MtsArta Allianc of vv{
Washington; 'q iifH1cks ; j ndwflMS&'M pMM&sefit wa&Wjfntfcoy...., 'gantsi:;" ..:the- 7p :; i i ; / ."':ijj." 10 ajn. in the St. Paul AME Mrs. Edith Jones will be pre-
y ;P ;. Florida;' iirs.; : M. ..ee4.rtalsted"reee t1.,,in e',Mme: '::?.4tl'!'SrotJ1.er.Jee' ;'MaYof ,'East.StiLouis. The::Harmenette: : ;:are made Upof ',\ The program.'.is..Sunday School, Church. The Communion services sented in. a Musical Recital, Sunday

Ly Ca.r.E tei'. Georgia, ,Mrs.;. BwHto e<-B*;?.;.and Mrs."A;"F.'O ":''i:"' :; .. IlMaeisV:and. his daughter, Mildred* Miller 8eooBd- soprano 10- >airt, A. .Boyd)"V! charge. Following .. wilt; } be., held. Dr. G., 3vaymanBlakely'wil night June' 16, 1957.1n; the
DancervMlfisissippi JArs. t-Wii6ek'ttlmefa'' C": ABoette} Mrs. Lily Mae, WJI .and lead; : contralto < .
: NadyaettSufey : W. yf'bdttsaoorrdiMiiei'the ; BorpthyXove i the' Sunday SchcoU. the be''the keynote speaker auditorium of Mt Sinai Baptist
;,'North Carolina, )[N.- Ota ,may-School 1e5.f I of Chicago; .te Staple' Singers- of and'leadr'Vera i :Kolb4 first sopranoKVlllleMae coronation ceremonies will 'be ...-The pastor,t the. Rer, J. A. Church. The Recital is an event

:&rpri South CaroUaa, isfrg L. ....,J.' I Chicago; :;\ The: .Spirit, of Memphis ; -Newberry alto-I: held. Mrs. Dora ...Dennis, winner Roberts will be 'h ost. sponsored annually: by the Wom

BTCanahan:; Tennessee, Mrs. Ma- 'Members of the'->A1Keseeladrsoised : Quartet, 'Memphis. Tennesee'The'Silvertone Odessa:\1 dwards', contra1to.hand! in the previous /c test, will be Well trained persons in various en's Auxiliary of the church, with

b'el1 ioa: Texas,, Mrs... :IffiBe. [ ,.a"""mammoth liquidation ,:&nge.rs of Pittsburgh, nanator. ,,
)sliver, and Virginia,,. Mrs. ditse it 1MMM""of--the- ,property Pennsyfvania? and Prof* .Alex: anJst,,;' and'arranger. f'" ,'J., '_\ ,. '. I 'and 'will. reign as ,queen over the for the workshop., Something A* W. Wilkins spearheading the
t NettJsFAnders... ; '0w e4'It. '*Oie.. "b04Y' at 'Greealand. Bradford and 47 ,hia singers. Advaace:JiclteYwJtlb# on sale i homecoming activities. new ,to be added this year project. Mrs Jones is one of
(!tata'secretoarlea, include_"JIr Fte. '' V'v-* -' : .VA :' ,,.. ... al,-th, ustwltplaces. aH.mAf'.|) 1 I Ir' pr J.: 'B. Epperson 1. dean of the Is a Newspaper Workshop to be the leading sopranos' of Choir

Carter Lewis L. A.- Davis. G. Named aa' group., captains -for .'' ; 1. a : purchasectfrozmembera of theGospelEchoes I Lee. Theological *Seminary, Edward .conducted by Uriah Portee, C. number two and has 'served asguest

!Tpwens, E. -Murray, Sarah 'the-'drive; wWoh is scheduled ,to .'MY." .ARARAT." ........ CHURCH I, ', -, f'sUw \ "": :. Waters College, will deliver Parham Johnson and .Mrs.. Beu- soloist' in many of the
M mTgomeryt Hettle Mffifl, eta trmteate te August<< are: Mrs. PUNS ANWVERSARY i; Vft! \\ \..t. the sermon at .ai1. a.m. Dinners ,lah McClelland. churches of the.. city. f
K 8e i ,Edna* .fiwfiJeyi Cnifw Jg.' .)I;.; E:iMMQn-' group, McvV.l.; a ,: tt**:,.?*-* v.'i. \ -". 'will.be seridt'1:30. p.m. At The general r theme of the Coh- The Women's. Day activities will
Thompson, Inez Jones, Margaret Mrs. A,' F, Cam,. gruop=No. I. '& ASlORViJ ElHOOISTS. gresa'Is "Christ Calls .
I *_<-*,... ,, 1.- 3a5: pjn. the concluding serviceof Us to terminate Sunday June 23, 1057
mss. Betty. James. ; E.: Hosier, .2; and-Mrs.,1 S. Peoples, group : Ararat Church .... *' -- < Teach."
Mt. Page ;4 t PtAN-MENIS;' DAYFollowinga :.,the, homecoming! celebrationwill with Mrs. M.. K. Gibson chairlady -
M:E'.T. Collins, E. Smith, Sadfe _No, 3..The. 'l1L'a.tat Baptist Church of .-.. ..,. _:,...... .. be an "Hour:.of. Songs," rendered .and Mrs< E. M.< Pierce, Co-
Gibson, Claire. Williams,, Ana Rob-, : Alliance will meet Monday which ,'tHe Rev. D. J. Graham is f r ,...,'&, -' by the Vesper Choir of St: chairtady.Mt. :
inaoiv: Miss Rossle Freaca a&d eveslfigs, 'J Re ,17, at 5 p-m, In 'pastor will celebrate' its 38th anniversary ent-- meeting with Stephens AME Chinch. under di- Male Chorus PlansFather's 4t. -

Miss Mabel Wright, General chakm the home of Rev and Mrs. B. W_ Sunday June 23, 1957. 'the' Rew'''Timothy1 Wilson, pastorof ? rection of Miss Ida Mae Bin g- Tea 1

'.is 7 Mrs.. Wllner"DorrelL Williams, 935 West 22nd Street at The Rev. Neal, pastor, of the the:church. the net,- of Asbury ham. The Rev. S. EL Felder, pastor Day

fL' which time MrS:. D. B.> Barnes St. 'Thomas: Baptist, Church: will Methodist Church elected officers will have charge of the serv- <; Olive Primitive!
and committee members far the The 'Male Chorus of fit Paul
will 'conduct the Sunday School preach.' the. anniversary sermon Ices. -
1Iker'sD lesson, and'"Mrs. 'W. L. Jones, will 'at 11 am Men's Observance which will be AME Church will sponsor a Father's Sets Special Service

iK3 dlEreal 'give ,the;:summary. of; the. meeting.. At-3'P.nLthe'; Rev. Wr""Young, an event of July 21.. Day tea June 16 'from 4 to
j of Named as officers were: Willie 6 pjn. in the basement of the For Pastor 20
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SckeiaW pastor BapUs Officers lamed
Church and congregation will. D. Limbric? ,' General Chairman; By church.
II' Grant Memorial GroupsTo have charge ofwthe services. Zebedee;Wilson? Co-chairman; Le- The oldest and youngest 'father The Rev:, Mr. J. M. Dixon pastor -

EbeiezerTJtie Rev. D....J!Grah'amS .announces roy Wilson Jr, Secretary and I. D. Hiian Club will be honored Alexander Stew of ML Olive Primitive Baptist

trustees and members of !Sponsor Tea Sunday that all deacons: 'dea&mess, .Choir Rev. John'' 'w lson', treasurer. and will have charge of the refreshments Church, will be honored with an

Ebehezer; :Methodist Church'haveanaoiutced Auxiliary ,Board 'and Steward members and Ushers have been Named t< to Che program committee and decorations with appreciation program June 20, at
Father's Bo&rd"2'" of Grant:.Memorial AME instructed to wear the proper'uniform were:. J; B., IJmbric and The recent organization of The the assistance members of the 8:30 P.RL, at the church. His wife
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services for special Sunday. Church,will sponsor. their annual for the 3' (Vclock I *services:. J Isaac Jackson- ,*white. Obie Walker X* D.: Hinson Club of Grant Memorial male'group.. will share the honors with him.
Fau. t' Tea ,at 4 Jerry Harris 'ar4' ,James Davis AME Church saw the following I Mesdames Ethel Holzendorf
J The Rev. Evan"lrL Hurley,. .pastor Day Sunday The night services;wilT'begin at ted ,
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,"will' deliver a special'sermon' : ..pas.,at the-hoaae of Mr. and Krs.DVMo6re 6:30 pan. at which tfine! 'the.-Rev. were assigned to .the committee persons eIe to office: Gospel' Feast Scheduled Theoma, Edwards and Rosa Lee
: L8214' New Kings Roadsttt'Dlrsmdre. for decoration. Miss Emma. Halley, president: Hicks are of the
.the sponsors -
atkthe, 11 a.m.: service. \ S. B. Recho, pastor of Chester program
>- ,-. -Apghia \ --. .', Fla. Church and form pastor' The effort on the-part of.'theTrustee"Boardla Mrs. Banes BaptistA '
!; ,. 'atadJames LucQe secretary;
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: forerunner :"tothe'flnanciai 'A tort* &: willleave from of the Mt: Ararat Baptist Church participants: .
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'a> h Mrs Gladys S4 spter, assistant
l' ; Dumas,'-.Trhflo HdwardSingleton
that i wtil cul- the fcMfte Mrs.'Smith. 13tlMart'fltooet. will close out the anniversary.If ,gospel will be held The Heavenly Echoes, ,Sammie
driy' ; I 'ajid 'Joeefh ferao. .thecommittee secretary, ; Mrs._ Ames Walker, fi least > at
eU; on !Laymen's's' Day .teOctgber. ; .'at .3: p.m. Free vtr u- ;., for aad adJ nanale secretary*' ;:I 1 Miss Zelma Jerusalem C Baptist Church, eastside L, Davis, Cecil BF1aher.- Mrs.
1.Y.thDL sponaoas.
.'. It has been, planned bythe porte Mi' Lea_> been .provided. Afk S ; "":i.r,:... Joteaoz&. # reporter:T:; iflss Areatha ., ,.; Friday-nigh June 44, for Laura Jackson, The Male Chorus
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beard to submit to the ,of- e fMgram will Jbe, L I : m' > '. Johnson. busiuesa'manager; and the:benefit. 'of-vthe, church'sbuild- of Tabernacle: Baptist Church '
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hire.';K.;: smith aDd 'Willie:Wftlker Finance \oamfflttee .
face ,r fund Mrs. A. M. Choir Number
ftCial board a program of deijour'with( Jofea Wll- Mrs. KaiJe QravM"chap1a1n.. ing ,. Frazier
ItfUJag'and!'redecoratlon' cC-the, in@w'install "are to cbarge'of transportation: ; : ; ::son' ,'"Willie S. Chas' :James .' Lay memlxra"'" vof<]the club inelude The Rev.. Mr. Joshua Manning Three of Tabernacle Baptist

a ,new organ andre .f-t 4 ,. ..... \: Singleton ,and LeroyiWfi; on, Sr. ,Mesdanzeaiafft. Poole, Thel- .I is pastor pf the church Church, The Gateway Gospel
the chur h.IJVonder E << f ma Small EL:*'W&1ker", Nancy .Jklelvin Grace will be master of
AAf. pleading the youfe S.
j I.aytIIn W V FW M IPMIMM be-hehi f coup Singers, Mrs. Louise Nelson Mrs.
Choir has plaaaed "As. 'organ contest will Cornelius Neelyrf r Holmes, Sophie White....... Willie M. ceremonies for the Pro gram,
| Fur HUndiir of God in Christ Temple, 33 <3iel- which will feature Louise L. Wright. Mrs. Inez Biv-
lit keeping .. ; The .meat'doaignatcd to serve Hart, S, Smithai and,| Esther Den- J"he Celestial
j j in-a eaudltorium of The Church 4 : 3REV. Singers .and, choirs One and ens and The Celestial Spiritual
: The Ebeneaer'guartet j. L. WSliAaia, .conference president .. --l t heii'for here yare CecilChagraaa'Waliatce son. .1. Two
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win be teat.Urecs and 6 fthe '.Baat '!1or1Qnfero= 'sea:_Street, on Monday, June' .17,' : :Wig, Timothy of Mt Pleasant Baptist .Church. Singers I'< .<

Jonasy; will give a baritone ence Lay League,'has called.all local at 'SM5 pjo, sponsored... by'the" .'wiiaon'and". ( Edward ;;D.. WU908. -
solo dedicated to Father. presidents and' conference of- Y..n.. ,.i'r' ;'- .- ; 1 i _- r":.. C. Nir'ATIETHANYSUNDAY LS ," t: ,I"
.. .si Bmt ,L;::'Davie;of.Pay Spring ... : "
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.. FooL" The theme reinforces the Detlegates will, be elected to the of Mt. Vernon Baptist Church and i Midway i Choir Presents ... .
.. idea of the responsibilities of state meeting in Dade City June Elder Samuel P. Nesbitt assistant Arthur Johnson s chairman pf
fathers. 26-27. pastor offThe.X2iurch of God : A FashionFantasyChoir the Men's Day activities, scheduled CIiurch' Club Lodge Reporters {

.In Christ Temple, are the organists for Sunday, June;16, at Bethany ; .

: : scheduled, to comPeto'iin. "'thecontest 3 ef Midway AYE;.Church, !, Baptist 'hjurch. r .. Ir. .'r.' ''*' : -'t ""

r THE SEAFOOD CENTER, ':.< will, sponsor a fashion; ..fantasy f 'jTheyReyVj' E. Young, pastor The Florida Siar
Cecil' B.: Fisher wtlT serve as Monday night 'in the church audi, of Tabernacle Baptist Church ;. ;ng!
?V: Corner Myrtle Ave. and Shad Roe master of ceremonies':'for the torium. ;% I till preach,the sermon at the U.

'I&RGE MULLET ... .... ................................. Ib. 29c event and Mrs.:Julia Robinson is 'The_ services Sunday will begin '"&.mi service.- Now Has Two Offices To Serve You
YELLOWTAIL .SNAPPERlb.. 4ScIb. the chairman of the contest. with the sUnday' School Tat 9:30 The speaker for the 3 pan.hour .

,-SPECKLED TROUT .. ......;:.., ..... .Wr...., ....;..- 49cIb. a-m, with !L=-C. Hart in charge. of 'Worship will be the Rev. MAIN OFFICE AND PLANT
Ct C. Daniels, of Mt Car-
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Fresh Water, Fully Dressed :'. ,,:. The ,morning servicebegs at
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CATFISHFLOUNDER. ............. -:........._..._............... 41c! Mt. YerwH Chair Holmes, pastor/will preach the mel Baptist Church.T4Se'closing'rnessage. r

..........., ............................. Ib. 35c held.sermon, and' ":baptism., .will'' be.' by the.*Rev. D./will B. Barnes be delivered 2323 Moncrief Rd., Corner 13th St.._
Plus MisicaleVerHoa J r- ;
BLUE OCEAN BREAM .....'L' ......................... lb. 25c Stewardess Board 1; will meetin pastor' ref* Mt Calvary Baptist .

BEACH WHITING ..............: :n.._:............;...........lb.23c the home of'Mrs. A., .McM Church. ,. .Fernandlna' Beach. Phone EL 46782DOWNTOWN .',
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..CROAKERSBONELESS ..............,...-'i'..:':'-.tai". ;!:;.' .,..,.1 pit"-_ .w.' 11_, ft8_ VerHoa Baptist Choir Han, 1049 Troyan St The age 't r ""t't j.--

SNAPPER FILLETS ':::................. lb. 5k Nu.mber"have plannend its rally Will terminate. The ACELeague : OFFICE' -
..annual musical recital for SundaYJpe FRATERNAL NOTES -
From Snapper. Banks >- \: '"win begin at 5:30 p-mv ;' .
BLACK SEA BASS ..:.......... .::...:....u........ .......... Ib. 29c ;: 16, at 7:00 pan., In.'the with JtfLsa.B. J...Green in charge. f'_ '

SALT HERRING FILLETS 's.. :.....,... ls, '..a.....;...- lb. 3ScIb. auditorium of the church. The evening service will t>e jield The Prince Hall Masonic Club, 423 "Broad Street Phone EL 4-3773
BARGAIN DEPARTMENT (No ,atilt! ) )i o&, Rachel- Brooks,* organist, at"'6:30 .oMockJ Again the Rev. will hold a special call meeting

MEDIUM SHRIMP .y:#.W..M.. ......,........,...... ., .69c: will direct the hour-long ;musical Mr iHolmes':wil! preach the aermoiuCholr. on Sunday June 16, at 4 pan. In -- YOU MAY BRING YOUR NOTICESTO
% program, ; _a ,.. :. ,1."and Usher Board the Seymour's Han cornenr 3rd
-i THE SEAFOOD tEllER Choir. members of various 1 win serve throughout the day. and Davis St

,, ; churches la the city,win be hoe The weekly activities will prevailas Business of vital importance_ .to EITHER OFFICE. .
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COLUMBIA (INS)-An all- :.
white jury ruled for the defense

Tuesday in a U.S., district court ,
rehearing of a celebrated South *
Carolina segregation case. 1t1e ttt-

4 The $25,000 damage action of
deL Sarah Mae Fleming BroWn '
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and Gas Co. was),denied be-
;.: fore District ,Judge. George Bell
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: Timmerraan. Timmerman twice
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1IiIIE4 :y. ; -i suit ::or directed. verdict for A ns *f tfc* r.Mt ea. a

f. :; the..defendant_ company. .' ,t.... .ntitindtnientry ,loot
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Alaerkanl wile tote oar
J 3Ait *- 45*" Airs Brown filed aunt. ,,against .
t' right, graduates of"'the!Bowty Culture ,cfea* are: Cornelius evening High School Georgia Benjamin,,'MnnlcBnaett: GwendolynBurr J :he company July 20 1954. charges .a fetter,set au.to oar which eeamvattj to nr*
1 Beck, Geraldine Boyd Eloise draper,. Beeele'Oarter. Net Ie FIagg( : Edward Wafers Names her civil Tights were violated
Lucy*Courtney Dorothy Frazier Elnora,.Grant;.Winston lions; .
Georgfanna Ford 'Cora Fuller :Dotefw Karri*, :Berte Harrta, Clara : when driver on
'"Home, Ruth Tackaoa Ma igaretJeII.rsee_ Reed Jessie,',C&rrie King, ton, .Fannie Howard. Thebna Jackson' Helton" Jenkins, Jiv Ruby- .Summer( School FacultyEdward : owned a.bus line required a oampany-her to .. *
fc OIIII:&oxwood. .Is.ty...teowell, 'R.. Tatam Mary WHHaew sad McBride,. Iary Jane Mteell, Claretha Mung:1 /bisria. ,Peterson, Emma move to the rear'of the vehicle.

Rosalie 6WUUams** v* 'r* ?.' .r. Smith, Lennle Sutton, Bora Washington, AnnleFWililams, and Mattie Waters College has announced "The jury after considering the -f(

LOnfRECEiyir blIX)3IA5. :"Oradaate- of, tee Stanton Evening Mae Wilson. the faculty for its sum- contention 'that she suffered dam- iC

School..and the! Vocation School' are Mentis. the photos above. At James Bryd, Harold. Copeland Grover- Burch'.' ,McDonald, HermanSaunders mer sessions, which began Mon- ages by being forced to move tothe .iC

{ the left the ,Eeening .High School"graduates 'are:' Stanton dull: Joseph Simmons fend Willie Ward .,7. day as followsc back o fthe bus Tuesday held
n ---- -t; The regular staff members are: she was not entitled to compen iCiC
'' .. Amy 'Hall King, Lltt.. M. Litera- sation.
,. : ::*f Service 4 ... ....
ATDAVIS. !' :p:! : ';-: ture; 'Johnnie' Mae Roberts M..A-, Sunday Page -Ie
+ 1. Social Science; James L KIng; A. itiC
:' -A / tt3%&?$. B, RD., Humanities;'Paul J.Driver Fathers, will be honored Sundayat
; : : ; :; S*> i* B..S, M. S., Science; Leonard the Laura Street Presbyterian'

BetBuy4nTownf \ : \ Morse. M. 'A., 'D. D., Religious Church at. Laura and State

: i:. ,, ..,. ,. Education; Leonard'ColUe M. S., I Streets at 11 a m. GLORIA BAKER
,', : ,' ';' ,. B. Ed., Business; Erby Crawford, The seron will be 'preached by James Weldon Johnson f
.,<.. : it.: B. 'S., Business. the Rev., Wilbert B. Miller with t Pepsi-Cola Dealers and
Those who come from other institutions music being, furnished by ,the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. iC
:
1.1 : : are: Mildred Hampton_ Senior Choir. are proud to salute Gloria
' TTI -- 'ortia.n 1 -- A B., Art; Katherine E. Martin. The regular order of service Baker of the 9class.. iC.
Iq Il'I Iti' M. A.; Communications; E. J. will prevail throughout the day She to an active memberof
tl- "Ox' demons, M. A., Physical, EddcaUon beginning with the .Sunday,School. the Creative Dance
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" :::.-. -. ; Mary Alice' Smith.'M. Eill! at 930. r CfiSup and. an' honor stu'i" t
i .J Education; Morris M. Mosely, Ml The Westminister Fellowship
Mathematics; and J. L E. Scott Hour, will be held at 6 p.m. iC
PhD..., History, James .L,King will
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i i :: :.:..: -ror. serve as Director ..of'.Summ r
: School.: Those desiring any'' information SUMMER PROGRAM SET -
will call him Dean
b tit or .
t tI f :James A.. Epsy:at :EL. 5-9603.Summer BY YMCA BRANCHThe 9c .

.4 I If Ii I I :i James-Weldon- ,Johnson {

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Session. Branch YMCA will conduct its
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Camp
seventh Day with Av
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OeisAi FAMU four consecutive periods: June 24- _*:.
< I 28; June '1-5';. July ,8-12, 'and. July iCiC ? .

\ 1519'The: program is conductedby
. f TALLAHASSEE The 1957 the branch camp committee

summer session of study at Flor- headed by Charlie Walker.A ie, llER YLENE'ALLE..1If

ida A. and M University begins bus will pick up the campersin it James Weldon Johnson
,, { a ...+ws4 a i 8 Tuna) 15. and continues'through the mornings beginning at 8 -tc Tribute is paid to

i( August 10, according to Dr. H. a.m. ,and bring them back be- it Sherrylene Allen of the
"l. r a aM w tet'j Manning Efferson dean of ad- tween four and five o'clock. The .V 9-1S ctass. She
J* anhonor
, pI ministration, and summer school camp is for boys 7 years of age student, a memberof
I lJ director. .. to 15. The camp fee is $3 per boy it the' Student Council
: Two'sessions will be held-six- per week. Supervised activities -C representative of her
J1 ::4 week-June 15 July 26, and nine- will be boxing fishing, hiking 'yt homeroom class and a

". 11'.:' 1/!...1 r:IH. r, ,"', .' week-June 15*, August 10. In basketball, softball, volleyball, iC member of the DramatiC -
x : ." ", ."is n : '. addition to the two sessions soy horseshoes and swimming. ics Club.JaoqneJyn .
Tpr 'J. eral workshops and clinics have Major Taft Cummings will direct -tc
l' ,., "': -- been scheduled covering such diversified activities. Dr. E. W.
'< automatic group ., ..........*
topics as ,
.: a. Thompson will direct the fishing.
,: ; "I-I 1 S bLIVERtII l3fi. transmissions and hame furnish Campers are to bring a lunch ,.
.... 10"
\\J : J <. : {.'. :. ."-_> ,., ings. each day, towel, wear comfortable *
r ..j ', Summer school'reglstration will clothes and shoes.
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I"e\
0 .H. ; ;
f BALANCE Otf" -..:s. '" begin Saturday morning, June 15, For further information contactthe
'I ,. .. ,:' at' 8 o'clock and continue through YMCA Branch ,office, 415 Av *
% I I \. t 'b-- EASY TERMS' '' i 4 II>. Tuesday, June, 18.. It will be held Broad St. Jesse W. Word camp 1, *
",. alphabetically as foUowsall'per director.
., ... J "". _l1 sons in commuting distance-8-9 *
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\\1 I i .. : : : Y3HQMMassivf : *rorC=:-X- ;;:9:10'-ajm: C 1-10'U: .I' *
, : .. n-xJi: !J'i .'anH-1: X;; 11-12 a.m.-M-Q: 12- Resource-Use Education Work- FT'

-. 1 .pan., R-V; 1-2 pan.-W-Z:; all shop, June 17-July' 5;' Southern V .;
I ; ,'- 1\.' 'anil. r Mannificpnt: I t 1!,J ) M 3 ft :persons 3 outside commuting dis- Cooperative Study, June 17-July; Yvonne 'Yates ',1& *, ; _
'i tance8 Landscape: Management Short
i ,- p'! 9 a -:"A-B; 9-10 a.iiL- James "Weldmr Johnson" : '
I
Course, June 24-28 Home Freezing
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: i. z&*> : Bi -u a-m.: -Dt E, F;_11.12amH Jacquelyn U a member *
: j Short Course 8-9 Education
"J ::: -12-1 July ; -
1-2
: ; p.m.-I; p.m. of the15. class ,
.. ... .,for. Exceptional Child, an ao- *
' ; I COSltY, FLAT.CUT:'MAHOGANY GIWftIN.A NEYOOLOl( -- ..: :-1rr..Sf"m-J-Kr-2-3. -! 'pjnr:-. -!;' '>:>-="in 34"p.m7iiu -.A m"T'Q'lDU -- -26rFann"Power;;vMaChIneiy"arid Jlyy '-_Speech t1ve.m.mber.tbe.Club, secretary. of...;: *

1 .11-12 Farm. .Shop. Problemorkshop,
a.m.-R,
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:- f her homeroom and an'
E" ?: TU: f 'July' *da26 fcVeratiaxy ,Care and te
Y"OILDJ1biUa 4 t. U
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: ; ; ;. p.m honor student. She is *
STIK D t-' Mamtenance Farm ; 4
1i) i :V-W: l'2.s: 'P.m-XTt and: 3 4 Workshop, ;July "'*15-19"Machinery; Short affiliated with the Mt *
p.mThose in commuting
persons -
.. Slna1 naptLst ChprchJfer
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*'- '-Courae.-for..BeauUcl&D8, July-15*
! : .8PEeIAL.INTRODUClORY'PRICE : disa. is -win, "register"lnSaturday : 17; Conference :on Readnlg,Problems. ; .vhobby ..L'J. singing' ; *
( $ 9S' ,,June: 15; thdSe persons .r '
:
. : i butside 'commuting diitance-A July:'.August 10f; TrainJng *
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.Lunch '
.ProgramlorSchool' -- -
i Including Doublq Dresser: Chest of Drawers": ."- *._ .:-:: rand -- .- -;: 4 will-register&-Z will*on-register'MondayrJuneXTfand on..June Personnel'July 20-August ,:10; .* *' *
:
Bookcase Bed ,all 01'. only .. .."...... :....ai.- !. ( -' or' i 1'r! The calendar of special' t'featuresJLSjJTuesdayJj. Home),Furnishings. Workshop* July ,* .Congratulations: from Pepsi

i The:' factory calls this '"Orchid mahogany/: : can} ,figure ,out why.-Actually,.-if s-a -, .. 'ttdiiij'C 28-August s odCaiis; and;Institute August 59.for *. Cola Award to winnenZ Jhese ahr! ...Merit. '
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i' lovely, rose-b ie f fitckml' with rich cocoa, graining' .,,. ,., one of the 'nicesFfimsHes':we'Yet :"-,- .for. -the aummerriollowE'FootballCoaching Clinic, June '10-13: ;-Bas-1 '.-: : :**: :- Award Listen .salutations to: the 'PepjI; =M Pepsi.rit

.. 15; .Automatic Transmissions .In 1956 more than,8,000 pedestrians 1400
'Teen Time WRHC
; ever seen The, rest ,is ,i just as nice eavYtplank 'mahogany-bottom drawers ,
tops, I ketball':Coaching Clinic June 13-j were killed by autos in W on your dial, Saturday 3
; .dust-proof and center the"bookcase bed and Workshop June 17.29; Economic the U.S. to 4 p.m. Dandng at
guided smart sliding note
7 ,. one son .- *. Wilder Park RtcreattoaCenter. :

i !i {the contrast of the pictur -.frame effect with the serpentine. curves. Comein<:now, our .. I Adnthsloa -Free.

I next shipment of these, will run 20% higher. -. rr;,....;c.r0.c:< ; FIREPROOF Ritz FIRST RUN *.


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Pace Six THE FLORIDA STAB Saturday, June 15, 1957

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I' iI News Of) Interest .. From: All Sections Of Beautiful Florida:;l'I'I



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'J QEMEMEflTOR2Ii6FAMUGRADS; ? MisS Betrothal Georgia Is 'nnotinceTALLAHASSEEMr Conoly's WOBS Fcmambia Beach



: PROGRAM, t 'SCHEDULE... } FAREWELL PARTY
and Mrs. FOR MR. A. JONESThe

'l -- : : G.W. Conoly oKlallahassee Florida .:00-MOl"DAY-I'JII IGZ alra SCHXDUXJCoa P-TA of Peck High School
the approaching 42-- CSS News A Weather honored' Mr. A. Quinn Jones principal
TALLAHASSEE' --Two hundred 'and sixty"six students Of FloridaA ; announce 45Beam's. Read (Deace-a ,
-; of the school, with a fare-
of their Georgie _
daughter
& :M University received degrees 'here Monday morning, June! 3, marriage Once)
740-.743 News'WeaUaer '
,. to Lee Alton oyster ,.son of ; ell party Monday: night in the ,
I admist 'a colorful 65th Commencement exercises held in Lee Hall 741S.M Moraine' Capers (Bob

Auditorium. This,,was,the first class to:8: ,end four years since A & W Ura.'Lucl Royster, of Williams; .S*0- SJ tugn Hudeem.A)"Weather c&ool gymnasium.Mr .
,became a university. ; burg, Virginia. *:93- I.MHutng Capers (Bo* w .. { ::4b : Jones submitted his resignation
.
ThI commencement speakerwas Shortly after- receiving their I The wedding will taRe place 1It:01..New HIWiwY*) Weather kx recently and has-announced
j June'U at 7 p.m. in the Bethel 9-llM Jompla* Sbow (Joluuqr plan to move to Fort 't aunder-
Dr. Robert P. Daniel, president' of degrees 22 'young men were commissioned ,Shaw) ,

j,VJrginia. State College, who todl as second lieutenantsin i Baptist Church. Friends and relatives 1ttJI'tra1a 1.M-lttrNewa Weather No..,1_ (Deacoawews r t dale. -
of the couple are invited to \. 4
the.graduate-'The real: students the United States Army. Four' dt c.)
attend the wedding and receptionto 11:01-11:03 Weather y R .v,
"of\ creativeenergy and moral of the new. officers were-classified U3-U:0 Gospel Train No. 1 (Dares :
follow on the first floor of the Grace) G am* i NftesMRS.
be circumscribed '
idealism will not as distinguished d military grad- 12M-U Local News'(TToane .
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a by the parent medicines of on- uates: They were Doxey Byrd ,church Daniels) !
125.12:1 Job Mart TTTOone Daniels)
%, tutored rule of thumb .an unen- Bradenton; Eugene Cromartie, 1:1J.1tI. Noontime nnet4meYyostns 44i ; L M. HAMILTON
.'..-Ug, tenet common opinion.*' Ke I Wabasso; DeWitt" Hudson, Con- 1:00lU, *News( Weather Daniels) : VISITS NtECE
NEWS
Vent 'on',to say;""""As 'graduatesyour cInnatl; 'and Emanuel H. Knowles, MOVE 1:131:01,Gospel Grace).ifraJa No-Z (Deacoc Mrs. Lillie Mae Hamilton attended -

achievement of wisdom lies. Boynton Beach; Miron P. Bower, 24243' News Weather ?
the
/ commencement
& rr. exercises -
I .j
of 243340 Gospel Train No. I (Deaeoi ,
tin the solution of the paradox Midway;' Frederick S. Humphries .
at
Grace) Hampton Institute Hampton -
.rp.ignorance in .a land of increasing Apalachicola; Wilburt, Jenkins, The greatest twin horror show 340-343 New *'Weather
*. Va.. recently to witness the
'
Show
(Johnny
of. aHtune will open first run 343440 JnsapU
i William D. Lucas;
\knowledge.l
McIntosh; Shaw) r graduation of her niece, Lucille
at the Roosevelt this Saturday 440403 News ft Weather : t)
.I Top honors in the 245: member Jacksonville. Byrd, Cromartie, 44340 Juapla Show (Johnny Taylor.
June 15th: and will be
midnight
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undergraduate class went no Willie Hudson, and: Knowles'were commissioned .-* Shaw)
shown Sunday through Tuesdayalso 5:00- 5:03'Newl Weather
Albert Biddle, Orlando; Frederick as 'second lieutenant. .5433:4 Jnmpta.Show (Johnny.
: : It's "ATTACK :OF THE 'Shaw) I
Stephen Humphries, Apalachicola in the regular army.Commissioned CRAB MONSTERS" plus "NOT 'IATUBDAY'SCBEDULE' Smith Undergoes |
40- C42 SUn On
Ivradell Ward Chaires; in the reserves: -
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OF THIS EARTHand advance 5OZ ..<4S News Weather, d
.- James D.. Lancoln, Tallahassee, included: Albert Biddle., Pensa- :05-.740 Heaven's Road
notices say they both are humdinger ':. 743 News A Weather J Eye Examination
Harold Barge, 'Pensacola; Evelyn colaJames; A. 'Blair, 'Maryville, movie entertainment Regular ,:OJ- t.OO Mornlnc Capers (Bob {
Louise Bullocks, Lake City; Eu- Tenn.; Wilbert L. Blake, Cocoa; NewsWeather Hudson) t
prices will prevail at both the S40843:
gene Cromartie, Wabasso; RubyL James Campbell, Miami; Ralph L. 843-9:00" Morning Capers (Bob .; CLEVELAND-Al Smith the
and .
midnight regular performances -
: Doe, Sanford, who were grad FlOwerS, Palatka; Edward' L. Har- keeping in line with the 9409:03 News Hudson A),Weather PANEL SECRETARIES four youngladleS' shown here are Cleveland Indians outfielder-in-

uated "with greater distinction." dy, Tarpon Springs, Alfred Mor- policy of not ,advancing prices for ,'43-1040* iShaw ampin) Show (Johnny high school students In the' DCE program. They 'served as -pane fielder will have an eye examination -

.':Eleven students were graduated! dica:, ':Tallahassee; Ralph Offer, special pictures the Strand lOtJ-l1MGOspe1: :O3News &Train Weather No.1 (Yvonne secretaries during the recent state meet ,of DCT Clubs held In to determine whether abean-

,':' "with distinction." They were; Annapolis, ; Henry Peterson; Miami will make all the big action fans w-i:- : Daniels) Tallahassee.' .I ing in Washington two weeks ago
BessIe EL Harris Deland:; Freddie Russell,- Tallahassee;, 1140-11:63 News A Weather .f.
; Leon :) has affected his sightSmith's
happy'With. the brand new technicolor 1143-ntOOfospel. Train No.1 (Yvonne *;"' ySf. .
L...:.Stebbins, Arcadia; Carl H. Bennie; W. Samuels, Miami;. Alfred : '1 -' "" ,. ell) i batUng. has
Randolph Scott-Maureen 12:00'Hews (Yvonne. Thomas Wb nan's.GrovpPlans/ Tea .average! ;
Kirksey, West Palm Beach;, Edith Saunders, Key West; Wllli e .. .
,, O'Sullivan western_ "TALLplayufg 'T," c ant.lI) taken. :,a turn for the worse: Since
Metye. Tampa; Catherine Oree, Singleton, New Orleans; and LynnP 205l Mart.(Yvonne Daniels.,) ,
,: : Sunday and all week: 12:15- Noontime Tunettme. he.Was struck over the left temple
Jacksonville; Matthew Russell, Washington, Panama City. best (Yvonne Daniels) Bud ANNUAL TEA by Bud Byerly, the Washington
';, starting June 16th. It's the 140-.143, News A Weather introduced by Mrs. Rose Wil-I ST. THOMAS
West Palm Beach; Alfred Saunders conferred were as follows l:03-ZOOGospel Train.No. 2, (Yvonne I If Senator pitcher. "I just don't
Degrees of the new Randolph Scotts. Co : liams.Among the artists. slated to The Senior Women Missionary ,
;,' Miami; James A. Davis, : schoolof"ragricultural andhome feature is the exciting new drama, 240243 News Daniels A)Weather, f participate on the program are: Society of*. St. Thomas' .Baptis: feel I'm seeing that ball: good I

o. Apopka Sotomen Eugene Fields, economics-Allen D. An- "BIG 'KNIFE," starring Jack 'Pa 243340.' Saturday Shaw) ,Session (Johnny' I Mrs. Nettie B. King, Choir 3;,Mrs: ,Church will sponsor a Friendl ySmith then and that's no :alibi. I

'; and'-Delphine Jackson Ypsilanti? derson, Cincinnati,' Ohio; SmileyW. lance Ida Lupino, Shelley Winters 3:03-/00 340-443! .News fffliijOJU A.Mrton Weather(Johnny. Lillie M. Stephen, Mrs. Thelma Tea Sunday afternoon, from 4 I said.
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< Michigan. Austin,. Jacksonville; Loren! and Wendell Corey. "BIGKNIFE" t0saw) r, Gibbs The St.. Thomas Gospel 6 p.m. in the auditorium of the -
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Graduates according to academic C. Bennett, .Lakeland; Alpho nso I is ,one.bettersee 1:01-: .:l3'Ntws ''ft Weather PATRONIZE
a mean
443-840. SMBrSay Session (Johnny Four: Mrs. Nattie Fair Flagg, Mrs. church.
units were as follows agricul- C. Brazzell, Eustis; Doxey Byrd, it if you like sizzling enter- t ''1JMrw'')
5493:* Ns tural and home economics; Jr., Brad nton; Herman Colson, tainment. Out at the Skyview the $ '(Johnny

ollege of arts and sciences-A-B., Jacksonville; Gayness' E. Cooper, lineup, is ,sensational: SUNDAY- .1451fi'.eaaIoIa Engram and Cecil B. Fisher. mistress of ceremonies and will be i ADVERTISERSliW

-U; B.S., 58. total, 79; education- Ft. Lauderdale; 'Willie J, Curtis, TUESDAY; Marilyn Monroe Is .. I e

128; engineering and mechanic Alachua; Doris D. Davis,' Bell "BUS STOP" plus "REBEL IN ... tad (Deacon .
'r .
irts--16; nursing education, five; Glade; Johnny- Lockett,. Havanna; TOWN," John, Payne western; 710.7l: .- : I

V graduate school, Ed.M., 20, mas.ftr..of James R, -Mitchell, Huntington,, WEDNESDAY THURSDAY: tas-'JS ..,"WeatherDeacon

science in education, one. Va.; Bessie''llontgomery, Quincy; "SQUARE JUNGLE," with Tony 7: ;*':te'* ) "i JBospel eiarenS40lM'fteiiitcWaters ; AT A PRICE I

.:' The university paid tribute to Shirley LaVaughn Odom, 'Jack- Curtis, plus 'Warner's "JUMP IN- e-( e-pet BIqIq,(Oral,) i

ihi-ee graduates and one non-alu sonvilie. TO, _HELL' and on FRI-SAT.: t. .' liEL[
sa :OO : Center Bet. .
mnus who have distinguished June Rocker, Tavares;' JosephA. "NAKED DAWN" ,and "SILVER r.-, -! := .1Ul.T) ,
,themselves in their respective .. 940-1040 Bishop I."'C. Johnson .
Snow,. Tallahassee: Lillian R.WUU8.lnS" QUEEN. -
IOOO.4$34-Bp ven Fire Gospel Singers "
fields. Awarded meritorious Tampa;-college of arts Enjoy; your friendly; 'courteous a.. (lIh-Getpet'iiIllrtD&) .il':3ontlS ". YOU CAN AFFORD
3'etple"f..Gft (&n' ..
achievement' certificates were: and. sciences-B.S.-Jessie G. Be- theatres, Strand, Roosevelt and 1Iwbert) -
!'The, ,Rev. W. Witherspool At- 1t:4I-U O0'"B.aven's.Rot d-D batoa .
,
thea, Ocala; Willie A. Biddle, Or- Skyview every week.Olustee *- :ur c e-. '
:::1a.nta., Ga, minister; Dr. L. C. lando; Mirion P.,Bowers, Midway: 11:11-11:13 News..&"'Tf ather11:13.1210'1fesven'sRoad

Stark, Deland physician; A. Quinn Marian B. Carnes, Columbia, Ga.; :Grace: > Deacon-* -.._"
Jones, Gainesville educator' all 12.e12..>.3 New A Weather
George M. Hall, Sanford Frances FREE!
v ; Notes 12:03ISM: Heaven's'Road'Yvonne, K a y::
graduates of the university, and Hayward.Tallahassee; Wilburt L. : Daniel) : "
James H. Lewis, Jacksonville in- 110.113 News "Weather
Jenkins, McIntosh;; Audrey R. 1:03ia Heaven's Road (Yvonne,
surance executive. The Youth Association of Flor- Daniels) .'
Johnson, Ethel Arlean
Chipley
ida' and Georgia will 1-J9--240 Mt.Ararat Baptist Church. 6 MONTHS
The Rev. A. A. Mulberry 'of Johnson, Chipley; Ethel- A. Johnson sponsor a (Rev. Dallas Graham)
9 youth program Saturday June 1at Z:".-.3OO Jafco Gospel ,
Gainesville, class of '07, was the Miami; Alma J. King, Tampa; .(Live,Gospel Singing)
the, Church of God in Christat SUPPLY OF :GAS -J'!
only-recipient of a 50"<-year medaL Jacquelyn M. Lee, Leesburg; 8.p.m. X 404:00 God's Rosa Woods Holy )Shrine (Mother.

Fifteen Fam U graduates were Ralph L. Offer Annapolis Md.; 4.00540 Church of God In Christ For the Average Family "
Appearing on the will Elder Charles Beck
presented 23-year medals, which Carrie F. Patterson, Lakeland., program 5:005:03 News A Weather f, ,
denotes 25 be the Singing Jubilees the Sykes 5435:45 Heaven's Brad (Yvonv a+
of service f SF
years since
: Sylvia O. Pope, Sanford,' Hu- Gospel Singers and the Daniels) '
Gospel
from
finishing the university. Recipients FREE
bert Reddick
West Palm Beach: Crusaders, the guest
group.
: of this honor included: Norman Rogers, Tallahassee
Mrs. L E. M. Crosby, Miami; Janie M.Stanley, Freddie; Evangelist Lambert will be in TURKEY t > rx
r. Tampa; charge The church is pastored ACHING MUSCLES;
Felix ; s
Mrs.
Cosby, Orlando; : Ruth L. Stebbins, Arcadia; Willie Till
by1 Elder O. S. Anderson. '
4f& Bate' Orr, Tallahassee; Mrs. He- man, Monticello; Elmer R. Tessie, Rliv pains of tired. sore, aching; mus WITH PURCHASE ..
setta S..Dyson, West Palm Beach; William ales! with 8T M9ACX.tablets.r powd.r See .r4N! Wye ''
Oviedo; H. Washington, ( Coupon) rl.S7 K
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.' Mrs. 'Rosa Members of the House Judiciary STANBACK acts fast. bring comfort*!*
1Fortson, Miami; Miami; B.S.-Jessie E. Allen, Miami r.h.f...tMirt.the STAN SACK formula.
.-* Mrs.Janie N. Goodman, Sarasota; ; Leonardy Anderson, Cincinnati .Committee criticized the series: of eprbie.s several prMen'ptioA type WH
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r ',St Elmo Freaux Belle Glade; bills sharply saying they might arodieete for fast ,..1eI of .iia.z .
'f' : ;; Wilbert L. Blake Cocoa;
Fredercik D.Smith take away'many rights of citi NO } ,;
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II[ NrA' Issue l s'-Uttimaum, (l :To Moore' To. Fight .:Or Lose' Title: I I lacrosse possessor participation last New, a:1d.of'"YearsDay.10 in basketball.letters football,won,sand for track..thtf..J his. ,, ,



-. -.. Since the big! tan athlete started '. <
.. ius: tsudies at U.
Syracuse various

Prtrfieif Steveis Gives Warn al- Tide Baui I ,Softball: 'Circuit Tan Grid Star coaches there had been clam > ,
: e Ilr Ed .
IgeeULW orin{ for use of his athletic abili *

To ORIOLES TROUNCE PIRATESA Leads ties. A few years back' Brows -
tight Class At
>> : Heavyweigk! Ckimjiioi .
bases loaded homer, walks, placed 5th in the National AAt _'

T -,.. Ii- .. I and miscues gave ,the Orioles the U. championships, and 'sports a record
Syracuse
of two no-hitters while
... I upper hand In defeating the Pi- pitched
'- : : I I rates (Coaches) 167. Both teams cent struggle between the coaches
'. .,* GRAND' RAPIDS, Mlclu-An ultlraatem lias, bem'1M ed '-toHght I
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entered thecontest undefeated Jim Brown, as class marshal, i was that of lacrosse coach Roy
i JbfavTweight chain P ion Arch. Moore, according_to Floyd Stev. .
\- after four weeks of league play. led fellow classmates of Syracuse i Simmons and track coach Bob
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ens, president of the National Boxing A4sociaiion- to defend his
-: The'',game was played'Tuesday University in' commencement exercises Grieve prown appeased both
UtJe'inuJIediate- or face suspension aad;permanent,loss,of-the.titler 4 ; ? 31r- I
night Wilder Park, last week bringing to a by to in' "
t. ,. agreeing participate 'th
He win have until July 7 to defend the title, the ultimatum pointed
The Pirates managed to- tab Bea- close his.colorful collegiate career.
track
out. and field. events in. a meet
aY man for 11 hits Including a round If you don't remember, which you .,."
Moore was given until June 1,1|! against Colgate and resuming his
not Jim is the
tripper by 'Buster" Hair bringingtheir mya fleet-footed
and after that date he would receive t
x1 still in. high school The most .
total for the -evening to 11 All-American halfback who scored reposition
a 30-day suspension. During
Btigers Is New ff'Ti runs, while the Orioles collected 21 points in the Cotton Bowl as a midfielder In the lacrosse -,
the 30 days he'would have an
9 hits' and produced 16 big runs. game against Army.
opportunity to defend his title iix
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or the title would, be declared Third Baseman ; .. Nine of these runs came in. the players now, being considered that Mr. Brown not only participatedin
first frame with the aid of3 have been battling back and forth
vacant the track meet, but 'won the
walks and two hit batsmen. Hitting each week for the number one
The 'champion is reported to Of N. Y. Giaiis for the circuit, and assuringthe slot. : high.jump, the discuss and placed,

I have signed an informal contract second in the throw
Orioles of another victory, javelin before,
to defend" Us titlewinger the
.. against were Green and Myers. changing into a lacrosse uniform,.
;..04;the Tony Anthony- -" The Softball league schedule for
NEW YOR4.L Andre Syracuse won 8-6 with 1 and
Rodgers goal
Chuck Spieser elimination bout, the, week of, June 17th Is
I : Technical difficulties.have again as fol-
who started, the!sea.eoa at shOrtstop .: '" three assists '
wMch. Since los that, Jim managedto
waa wm.by Anthony, i-1 the :
ara- rookie for the New >.ostpone4 move, t& the new
that-time Moore embarked-ca an York Giants, 'has returned to the AST CNR Jefferson street diamond. Ho\1tr June. 17-4l_ c. Team, ., acoe. with the odds againsl '

European tour, creating a great lineup and became, the-fifth third ever; cooperation has been pledged v* Candlelighters him some, times 3 to 1, to glv1- .
deal of to when he
speculation as baseman Manner. Billy 'RJgney bye the FJLA. to, furnish the. June 18-Lions TO Orioles Syracuse U. ita first undefeated
will defend his title.He ,
has used-so far-this season necessary; ggwer, an 4 it 1 ia:_,%ntici- June IS-To be announced season;-since 1924. Just thing, all
has not defended the light pate'd that. they 'can bur made June 20 Pirate
w Dodgers
has uesd this in, afternoon.
Rigpey Baryl Spencer, one
heavyweight title since June,1956, shortly. June 21-Towers vs Saint
when he stopped Yolande Fompey .QIa1 Virgil l,, F mr,: CastUsmanittfrnfcS ... Aa award Come; this, fall. he will don, a,
AAC" The ,', ... ,, for the "Moot Vast, !i In the}event of inclfjae wea-
of 'Trinidad British West'Indie. have not"y.,had!- a steady third GiU'baseman ':") ':- abje,Kaye "mM."I .ite.iplfd a*I : .\1WJ be uniform for the develap.Brpwna<.

in a 10-rounder in London. all season. The last regular the.dose of the season by. *rec-'' played the'fottowiag,night as one in his bid for a berth, iA professional

Moore has not fought seriegp Wft bwmjm .HfSfc Thsnijfr :' i reaj!on department Votes arj .JIfc-b .I of a double header, footbalL.

contender since his defeat ty. .40. in%cps wkly to*determine 1- ..
Floyd Patterson in ids quest for the.ea.tI There '_1 -'- '
n the 1 II S. : : G1T$8 ; I
heavyweight crown. Patterson R"OOS.. .. ?! T 1ST RUN I
w Y J.L a RIIOW OR_. _. TIME
knocked him MONTE IRVIN was S8-years- ALL !
out in the fifth Hlwutllt 4." ::- --rr--
r round in Chicago last November.He Ucr,, old when he,retired from baaebaU.He ,MD3NITE SAT. It SUN.TUES.STRAND JC 15-I'

has demanded a guarantee didn't reach: the big.l leagues

'I of $100,000 to fight for the title h CalckiigBile until he was close to 29. Jackie ertfkv

and recently he has said he would Robinson, Larry Doby, Satchel

prefer to defend bi. title, .f1 -, Paige, Roy Campanella and Dan
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many against a top; racking J became th 1C herotiVNew rk GI if, fTUM NMAr-Archie: Moon,. light heavy" Bankheag, all were ahead of Irvinin

heavyweightThe prank; es; htn be.was,sent in toeach weipt boxing rlinirnploB> has been ''given' an ultimatum by the National reaching the big leagues.His stay

NBA has issued its ultimatum afar;Yogi Berra. was ,taken _Boxing Association to either defend his title by July, 7, or waa very'brief, but his performance -
and President, Stevens r out of 'the game: lose the title. Moore says be will not defend his title against anybody as a major leaguer found W '

the decision is unless he gets a $100,0 0 guarantee. The association holds its way. into the history books. SUNjJU1YE- HAT.
says fol.Gramb1ik_
., I .Howard'donned the chest protector that the champion .agreed to meet the winner of the Tony Anthony- ABE SAPS .STEIN, the owner- 7 BIG DAYS.' 1642MNICO
-- shin guards and mask' like
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Chuck Speiser bout. Anthonwu the winner. It is either fight 01 coach of the famous Harlem
I a veteran and took his place behind admitted .
vacate, for Moore.SPORTINGFlOP. Globetrotters has openly -''' -
I ,the ,:plate and turned In a that he is extremely Interested 'I'JIB,
masterful
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: performance.The In, Wilton (The Stilt) Chamberlain -
Successful f Mr manner in which he handledthe -> the sensational Universityof 'n\Ui

pitches of fireball Bob Tur- I Kansas basketball star. Saper-

II All Ailelics ley sent his stock soaring asc a stein said he would be willing to AeoL .

_receiver of -ranlc, Apparently pay the lean 'ooter considerably ,

,Howard. coming into:his" own. :. : .,:.:', ", ., -, _. -r-it? : :; more than the '$15OOO.ear bewas' PLUS DRAMA "THE BIG KNIFE"With
GRAMBLING, La. -...TheGrambllng and stands IDA LUPINO-JAC KP L'E-SIIELLEY WINTERS
a chance of becoming ., By C. PARHAM!< JOHNSON reported to'have offered him. e
College Tigers closed what was predicted for. him, two He said "Wilt the Stilt" Is the T
the_ season with a remarkable years ago.Howard most outstanding basketball player -

record' hi football,_baseball_ basketball I I has also done a great, JIMMY BROWN the ,great All- Cubs contract. He has been,, sent in recent yean.' '

and track.y I job f o' rthe Yankees in the out- American halfback of Syracuse to Bakersfield of the Class "C? /THE ARGUMENTS over which ,.POSNER'S ,

In football the Tigers clawed field. University has been signed by the California. League for, seasoning. '
I Wherever: : he has_ played one is the greatest center fielderin -
8 opponents. Edward Murray, Al- i has pounded the ball hard. The Cleveland Browns professional Gladney' was signed by Buck baseball, Willie Mays, 'Duke p ,iy. I'I'I' i-

'vin Richardson, 'Leon: Lane and I Yankees: 'jointhe, Dodgers :and: football, team. He will report;-D xtseason. O'Neal, tan scout with the Cubs Snider ,or Mickey Mantle, has -
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Joe Dixon won AU-American I Giants In' having tan. catchers Brown is. a versailid! athlete and former manager of, the, Kansas died down and nobody seems to .Y'MR 11tif t

honors with two of the players : who ..can 'do-great jobs for their he now stare, in 'lacrosse, for pity Monarchs. be trying to figure that one out ': CULTURES, e. STRAIGHTENS t
signing pro football contracts. teams. .; '" -'>;yThis SVPA., n-. i!' -4 "' :,.,,, HAROLD JOHNSON and EDDIE anymore. ,

They were Alvin Richardson and BIG GEORGE CBOWE, the MACHEN have been named THE JACKSONVILLE: -

Ghrig Harris. Richardson will go # ,*hard 4 rhlt\ing/first'--Sftcket tvs -/ ,rf.-*-.. *.of the as the two leading contenders in BRAVES baseball club is now ( ( .;4 gar Ray Robinstn
f to the Philadelphia Eagles and : r'r- K' 3' 'Cincinnati Rea I-.=leas':;:clinched I the heavyweight division. It is coming into its own with pitchers ... '

Harris to the Chicago Bears... W VI the first bas? -spot W- ,since Ted i.not quite clear why the ,two have going the full route,the batters 4- -

The. baseball %|team..*. copped" '-,-tbe" a t Clown-- .Ktusews 'tha, 6eeri ouf'or action !I been, picked over- Tommy. iHurricane hitting for distance and the fielders \.
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Mid-Western Cpnferencei;= cbpmplonship | flU":1, : :-' due ton Not-only.is' George ) Jackson who will. meet both in and out are making

for thfl Yr thi':straight I' --'" "f--: '? 2''J. : ". p.ft : agreat: ;-defensive: game i Floyd Patterson July ,29, In a plays' that seem almost impos-- -

j year. Since the close of the season -atTfirst base butte i 1S hitting the I title match. sible. The team has risen from the

Clarence Gladney of the title ,: ., '486,' ..1.1'I.-.. ".90-.J'>:: r.1., ., -.,_ 6e4 .bal1hard; 'Big: winning Tigers has signed a Chi ? for a_ Jong 'ttae Awhile he over Jimmy.-Beacclatof, ili- top Manager Mickey Owen, is.
cago Cubs contract. The 'team *i was ring'a; Milwaukee Bravesunifonn about to the' ,\
,,, F$ '-, 5. ami has- issued a challenge-to any r get team to clicking.
won 22 games ;? but he,,has at last come of, the top ranking welterweights ED CHARLES of the Jax
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The basketball team won 22 into ...'- He. said he prefers match with Braves continues to be the peer POSNER ------

contests. The team was listed 13 .' ,'L.:,0_, ,' ., _" 2. the big Cuban Carmen Basilio, ,the welterweight of the South Atlantic League'ssecond

times among individual and team : "'['''31.4788; heavyweight; now fighting like champion. Akins will probably basemen. Charles has been T s p recess

leaders in final tabulations 'released he hasiiiever fought eore. The have to wait a long time to get tabbed major league material i INSIST ON POSNEK'S PROCESS '

by the NCAA Service Bu- 774-69-239- Cuban l eavyweight'champion has "a. chance at Basilio-- becausethe Next season will very likely find AT YOUR FAVORITE URBEI SHOP.

reau in New Yorkfand: the NAIA FOR JUNE23".1 his eyes all, set. on the title and welter weight champ Is aiminghis him somewhere among the major I ; drug stores'end eoimttle counters,

headquarters in as'Ct last 95--40-18 : like He Is fighting now, he will guns at Sugar Ray Robinson, league ranks.

December. Bob McCoy,,Vrasidraft- give some of the heavyweight contenders : .- for a shot at the. middleweighttitle.
ed and later signed with "the De- Sometimes he's up a hard way to go. '

troit Pistons of the National-Bas .',. Sometimes He"adds, subtracts he's ,down .\-' RUBE- WALKER: the' No. 2atcher' TIlE -BROOKLYN: DODGERS,'WITH MOST IMPORTANT PEOPLE..IT'S'extra

ketball league. He works It all around of- _the Brooklyn. Dodgers have many regrets that they I

The track team also made a :,. ..... is a verjgpuch improved catcher. traded Chico Fernandezto the ,,. -

.n brilliant showing to keep pace .. He is Jal :,hitting the ball 'when- Philadelphia Phillies according to .'4. ,

with the best In the field In the T ever he v,gets' a chance. to come reports. ChIco is playing a great .

:Mid.W estern Conference." The Passenger'- i cars were Involvedit I to bats f'- ban game for the Phillies It \\ 4.

Tigers completed the 1956-5..athletic i it nearly '80 'per cent of all U.S. I BIG I LUKE EASTER the first appears that, ChIco has solved the ', a" .

program with 52 victories traffic fatalities In 1956-85, percent base mtnot. the Buffalo Bisons of shortstop problem for the Phillies.: s :

In 63 events. :',;-.1.:r. of traffic injuries. the International League. ., is' :said, /: TOM ALSTON, of the. St. Louis' [] -t
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I .! daaferoas player Cardinals caused quite a bit of ,GOO"tI"S) '
i'OCV .In the1eagrie this s i91!;'!\Ith: a worry in the camp 'of.,the Cardi- J Jb .

You Dort't/H t .ye to .*;* T wn to.Gt"' I bat In hlsi'! hands.JThe former nals when- "he: mysteriously' lost \r,.-.z;;;

-i Cleveland Indians first sacker is weight. The big six foot, five '

leading the,Jioop tn: lfttnft.-i..rppjf 'first baseman lost 26 pounds! _and j -. :

LOWqrnIP.lleE5 .\ with 12, ,earls..ln '!HBTr with !list is now down ,to -176; fcHe. was -i

and Is fifth,.la:top :av iages. with .rushed to a doctor to have the : ,
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BT JAY JAY : ed--ti". m rPa..r.' : .. J.} _:Let f I the**eeie.& ',:;:;..Charter* _'- der.; :ioi_ie1.,I;.' 1'\ !M IS SWMZI: JL You...Dan,: 1ia: :i e: To,.Bate, a tf- 0 : t ;,1. ", ,
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Tears ago the poet wrote et : ---- : "r jAm tafee yea for your. beaea. eutiagr. '. -1.! : ; "... f: 1t ;... ,:!. .... ... ; ., >if i{:).
the barefoot boy. with .cheeks ,of F: H. 'Covington, TaHahaa- We have low special; "Bating 'for ):. .1 a _' ror ,Dad. for U1fl.r..! Uay.. ,',. .
.... see; Barbara I* Cubbyr St.Peters- Churches, Schools vCmbs andorgaaizatteis. WHY :NOT LET YOUR BOY SPECIAL { ;(
burg Ruby J. Davis -. .. .
think of Wbittiershwmortal ; Hayanna; Pbon,EL 6-3729.
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find ,Ford, R PaLitkar; "Pedric i Galn- INVESTMENT PROPERTY' WecWiass. Aa.k.ne ;a" :-
boys; can find and pleasures.wlu ,_,c ,. -_ lirtWaa .
+a I 'was a "bare foot, boy" oils, Lakeland; AlfrekJ4:>:Mica : > Near city limits, off Atlantic :,: ""' ; .

we haft bad a. problem. We had Tallahassee; Hodges Glenn, Sr., I Blvd.: Large 'estate, '15 .beautiful '. .. f.m; 1.00 to$5 and-.$6:: 4s 1223 JEFFERSON >. PHONE, ELNpRRISRlVpN 4-t941. .
Tallahassee; Rogers Glenn Tallahassee .. .
to We sought oar -. '
M !!pUtee go. I acres. 500 ft. paved coad: frontage. '0'- "
pleasure In the mud boles narrow ; Savannah B. Governor. Improved with 10 room home. : BAKERY,
creeks or even dared! to swim Tallahassee; Edward "L.: Hardy, 5 largebedrooms, 3 tile baths .. ami Saturdays Selling i )' I IY ..

from the docks along the waterfront Tarpon Springs; Bessie E. Harris, and: all tile kitchen. Ideal for : : ..4....- ,, -5-
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Any vacant, lot was convered into Apalacnicola.; Frederick' S. .Humphries, Home. Write Frank B. Walker, :...)., ... ,"_ .5-,'_ ... ..t ,-.5.. 5. 1 ;t .
a miniture Yankee stadium 204'Clark Bldg. Phone FL 9-489L i : HOUSE FOR RENT
and oft-times the ire of the owner '. --- APPLY -- '.. .
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of the lot forced us to give ',up If you wonder why things have, .. .
our franchise and, seek new "sta credit 'the peace to 4he absence' 3323Moncrief at 13th Street .-_.. 3.*? /. 1 tlK : ,
dturnaM of Bob Hudson. The popular dee- ,Apts. For Rent :1yx cr, A. a .' TWO BEDROOM- ...<.HOUSDHiminon.
Its a far different ,story now. Jay days in Teneeeee with* the ;;\423.Jroad: Street; .near" : Church Road.'tilgn .oa: ,.propertywApply"rnext doro. Phone'EL 4-4862. Rope
In driving around {he town me home-fo& He will be ba k'on NICE APT.-Partly furnished. ., .O' .., L.V2.1 L < .. : i- .* .. ..
number of the air waves beating and banging Respectable couple preferred. O'Brien"Real"EstateT
is amazed to see the -"K ::.s f f *
play: areas for Negro, youth in in your ears in a few days. 'Phone EL 4-1844. _: i -'il,

the' city. The areas are all,.staffedwith ""j -
-
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r. --' --
trained workers who have
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planned ing.)'makes programs a you ther feel good are-foUowa to''see- 1100 BROAD :.t.J 'AI A LIAI'tE'IIiTERJpH NE 'EL 4j : 2J

the many' hinudred of tarefootboyrf : ,

"with tan cheeks', who are 1. ,_ -._ -. ., .... ... ... .,(.1 '"'
getting; the advantage of whole-; ,"wr> : some.i recreation facilities.' The, ; "... .... ,. ... .....- Little Miss; ;: )' ...... i: -0:: :: rt W'i hew II ,: .. "-It' ...

other swimming areas Po are i'anc,crowded{ .all nightly.of the "'p" '; i _JFTSay' ::; .. _. :..' '_:'; '-j '\ __- ;," l > -.". <, ...t. ...

The 1itUe'" tan'boa and girls have _' "' I .f 'i ';::?:: ,; '.,t :.1
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come Into;their own.- *s H'\OS- 'C' A L-JIh'o NaflonL:a \t.t ..ea Md 1t
eaes"
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Members i ,of'The faealty of tU : '. ', J' !ii. ....,,''''._. ,.. > __ _' ,1 1\

Duval SchQ7.Jn County VocattMaV qM a. HIgh moat ': -- -- Time j .To GetlasFoifrom .. l;:' :

enjoyable Q,voting' at* tle"wa r ; Lkargain rigeralorl 1
front esteto.. .of the Adr. I 0Uv.ra.. ..
...... j Ii : .A!. 1 I I V f 1W"
The; gro enjoyoi<< "ah CTMfcig ofsports tf'I'- -'"' --... \ ; \. I ,
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waWf boa Ue% .Di' 'jut; I .J:t <'( ,) -- ..U .

plain. -. J-, 4. 1. <""r' 1!: :.. :-.- WOIC-Wll, l YOU GETF$149: _: Dow\rn\ .4.ji"".. i; {-1i-, )-"$ ;'
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t'rbe ...U1i4'' ._ .f 0.- .. ;:v-> -i1.-4 ". '. .... .. ..1.. .
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Balesnak sad-3KJta_ tBtiori (.. &' .....,. .. :). .,..'o......'.. .. ,10.,_&'" ", i. .... .. .- ... .. -' -'- t, .' --w..J' _.J ..} .)tu, ."
hel4"tt.ttelr' ';.t,'fee : ." L -.. ''{.'''J ::""-'', ... f -- -- .1
'fflEt-. 0)1'{ u.!;
c7ocm, ",.111 ity'plght: the '-- t'ilJ:.. "-I: ,'J"" ..' >! .,.1'
.group 'm4.*'. plsito Jtr. :\ke',I J -= I : "d.lf I; r //1.....
Americans'$+aiit, the ivi at e.d '' ,
P HILCO s f 1:
of July 13-14._ : "
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: MONEYSAVING
The face-lifting join 'on the ex- .I __ .J't' ';'/ ... 'u-
outing which win be held at
tenor SJ e'::1.tm.t..y" hai' beea .

complete dthe- ;lsstsHjreaSy

has a frnei! look: OTbodU'* Ixrreis Ni. Wayto Keep -:y&Hi
on |uuad/di f sagger- tIM 14v-

rages ,and: greatlafs ctMtosaemDuringjthe 1
..day:xthi clsb .oj>ena'at : ..J8'h
twelve noon anti provides, a* cool '

hideway when, YOU' want_ .to be !,
alone. r Me ats Fresh -
Alexander JBeard went_for .a ,
'WillhewWalker'a: ,outboard
.Ji .1n
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cruiser and now baa the boat ..-,' -.." '-
fever. He plas to take'to,the water '"

ways. On the boat Kick.' .Jerome ,
i -----1-- wrrr.ri.tr
fBngleary/l/ busy making practice _
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runs up and down Uibult. River in _

preparation far :the.'Foutth+ of ldlvoaalTea! -
Jury: Boat Races and Water Show QoY IeraNt
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which wi\l be held at New BcrUB. _

Entries are coming in from
all parts ;pf the state and, Couth
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Georgia. J. D. Brooks and the a .
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planning 'committee IAY'tbat"tb1.I VALUES
yean show will be'the biggest aid
'fte.WOnli" ei the old song "1

which go* Hk thia, Wkern yoorhair
has tersed to dIv hair i

raw sanw lelfclsj. Sesae of the
tiaoI yomr amp km tow wear- 11
.fef. Oh :Tea, evem the s g*- her > Save on Atlntfr*!. AutoDefrost Refrigerator
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RTIl r
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hair .Is .s&rtr, Ants arM refers If' -
t elbe yoamg ls4y as Ids'dianvrnd. .' Foil-width W freezer cheat '!' ;;!,.I,. ,.
TIe salt that he to ----- -tr,.: t"
CHI FLOW : Fu1J-"""XI th, dear-view": crisperMEATiW ;-, '.
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plating A slow wale to organ .r '
sasses Swing Out"butter, egg, and snack chest -

The greatest; show on Earth I 4 98' .. Exclusive_"lifeguard inside door release _

Is not theiclrcus' but is in actualityany f!
ONLY :
== nowN
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Southern courtroom when a Ji
Model
1110 ti
case comes up involving a ''Negro without freezing Terms 9 :' ,
$4 98
fO.7 OR. cu. PT. :,
and a white man. A good The chilled air -
example is the farce being con- lews,directly from REFRIGERATOR DOWN -
ducted at the Duval County Court- ("-1( cells to --- ..."i. ;
PHILCO ten
house. The acting is beautiful mat Lockerthrough > Save on Value Packed Admlrml.Refrlgoralorl l,.' :'
a duct' '
but, the plot is thin. tMnar. ...pre- ,
A white man decides to shoo Tides Ideal 83* .... Exclusive .. FaII-width frzer chest and drawer :J
a so and so Negro between the In -
at.raieoe3ditl'b '.Stores 45 Ibs.frozen food ',__:: >
eyes. He pulls out a gun and ;
follows the Negro for some distance National LiveStock 57 PH.I.LCO.. Super Marketer Lifitlm "Pamy-PiDcher"> sealed power unit" .e ;
sssi Mem
before he shoots This is Board. *. 0 _,, Two Ice cub tray with flexibla dividers ;-
grevated assult*' His pal In
not "premidiated"' but is ag- ONLY
the car passed him the but .L /:
gun
T.rsss
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iI'.AP :
his case wa "snblle pressed", ha JpAY AT JAX 7.t.R.4 tR. $4.98

innocent You may wonder why ; DOWN r.f:
would one white man: turn state's .

* evidence dronkmg and and fishing"squeal"buddy.,em.Ids. Hi l' '_ I.I ;i PAY WEE1 ; 1. _S1"L aav.NOWrlJllj.H.I.rnPI', NO,' f.'

The tot w s- .fl.
staple. one with BOOT
rtaourcer f
PAY MONTHLY ""WMI1-Ib. ,
StpuMe
win let the other **Uks :
--4 u. ...r. -.t. i .a.-- food ,
the rap". WhIle' Justice Ja Wactot. "uva.a .. ... '}
J' }.folK 0eW" .,trtomut +; .;
served, a period of learn thaa '..W'.... ..._ ,.".. _- .. .tooM. osL leaaeer z'. < fe !i
a yea; most like/, tfc* rasher 5- '. No de&'u...., .,.le t.....!seed ...... '.''f 1:1: ; i i
buddy will look out for the needs '
of! the imprisoned cae'fl family. 4 A PHlLCO. IigT.n "m-urIL"' +d" feeid.leer' '''''' : 't
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.KeanwhUe. the poor Negro can .f JllIIv".i 1012'f' .. ;1 1 tItll GIlLY'.
get nothing from his dull mK ee.M4.!R. I.
for l2 grand because: yon eaat e Msss41aJU.? 0......_P ... ....:: LlAtt!' .9 8 .'If
get blood from a,t=ip. BveryoMn ........ .? 1---e ._& K" L DOWN
the courtroom is ia on the e f..., 6e1-......1(.... .... ......- .. ., -- .. "
Jk7 and they act aeesrdtag. :

-Doe ea the lack Jury of ii a notieeable.sy person' .of ever Small Down P aymentf -, No Need To -Wait "

of us o wffl be fooMaa ear J. ,; 'I Ii
to begInortthj the Coimtj So-
JIeMir wad'> did&t IM 'try'the -.- -
say AT
feI 1ow?*, ,He. did, but bow was be i 5- :.. WT'1iYorrHLT, Wi Bf Ov Owi Fiuacii,
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