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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 10, 1961
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 )
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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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issn - 0740-798X
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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 10, 1961
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:
UF00028362:00412

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Preceded by:
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Husband's Death Body Found
SIMPSON ELECTED VEEP-Mashers of the Second Congressional District of the Florida Voters Ends In
MIAMI- The or
League elected Eric 0. Siapson to its top presidential post for the ensuing biennial body
term. The event was held Monday night in Buster Ford'a banquet room;. lie bens shown seated Death the outgrowth of a domestic argument, Rev. B.A.Hills who had

trap left Allan Burkhalter, Alyson E. Wise, vice; president Simpson Isadore Singleton, Wednesday, snuffed out the life of a 23 year been reportedly missing
recently elected state president of the Florida Voters Leaguestate board member at large, old construction worker when he was fatally from his home for

Atty.: Ernest D. Jackson and James Gunther* Standing from left: Joshua Williams, William shot by his coaaaon law mate, county police re- last nearly a week was found
Saturdayafternoonin
Shelman, J. J. Nixon, James Bodie, L. L. Haynes, Elcee LucasJames Genwright Jr.SinclairW. ported. '
Wilcox, and Sam Jones. The election of the remaining slate of officers will be held at Pronounced dead on a snakeinfested

jbhe next, to be announced, meeting. arrival at Duval Medical Metro canal near Perrine by
divers.Rev.Hillswho.
(Royal Art Studio Photo) Center was Robert
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Negro Groups Said Planning Henry Johnson of 5533 his wife Rebeccaat resided'with I

To Swim Springfield Pool Volusia Board's Counter Bid Belefonte had received Dr.a Johnson wound L d h Terrace 10321 in SW Richmond 150th I

from calibre
George Robinson, director of the municipally Denied In Integration Suit pistol a in.38 the left ', ) Heights, was a well- '

operated recreational facilities in Jacksonville side near the arm pit. I b41117 known photographer and

said last week on a TV program that the A move by the Volusia County Board of Public Johnson was allegedly --- former staff memb e r
four city owned swiisning pools will be closedif Instruction to dismiss portions of a school shot by Mildred MILDRED PEARL NELOR with the Miami Times.
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any attempt is made_to integrate them. J, integration suit was denied Wednesday by U. S. Pearl Nelor,21of the Mrs. Mills said the

In answer to .ques- NAACP lrovtbcIntegrate .District Court Judge Bryan Simpson during the same address She was Twelve Close I Rev. left home Friday

tions put to him concerning -. hearing involving the defendants and the. plaintiffs reported to have been to go to his favorite
the reportedly Pen.sacolaCounters fishing spot and when
represented by attorneys for National Johnson common 1 aw
( planned campaign to :Association for the Advancement of Colored' wife. he failed to return, .
mix local pools, Rev. S. C. Bus Co. ;People. According to County ahe became concornedand ..

J.B.F.WUlianapresident School Board attorneys This Man's TaughtSARASOTAPolice homicide detectivesF. notified the
o f the NAACP CHARLESTON s.C.David ; John Godbee and M. Bahr and W. C. PENSACOLA Two attempts authorities.The .

Branch said the NAACP Carter and Lenny Warren Hall argued here Mosely, Johnson was by local ;youth minister's car
had for Glover officers of that the suit failed council members was found a dew yards
no plans a reported-Monday, thata shot at about 5:50
swimaing movement a- the Carolina Sta t e to allege that any of man with suicidal p.m. One witnessMrs Wednesday to obtain from the canal, his

gainst the local pools. youth organizationbe the plaintiffs had intentions ,shot himself : Louise wyHflTflp said lunch counter serviceat fishing equipment and
Robinson said r e- came the first Negroesto 'been deprived of any four times witha she heard a shot and Woolworth's resulted bait bucket were found
creation be served in the in the facility: along the bend of tote
department right or privilege; .38 calibre pistol., saw Johnson run out
employes have ordersto Greyhound Bus Terminal that it was not alleged Result? He was not of the front door of being closed on both waterway.In .
close the pools if here this week. that any of the seriously hurt. his residence and fall occasions, it was re- ruling out foul

any attempt is made They were! accompanied plaintiffs had been The report stated to the ground. ported. play, police theorized

at integration." by a n unidentified denied admission to that Willie May, 58, Another witness told The groupconsisting that Hills suffered a

The pools reserved white student from any school, or,' that shot himself; three Investigators she of high school and heart attack and tell
I for white patrons are the University o f they had been forcedto times in the chest heard a shot and look- junior college members into the canal and-
located at Sixth St. South Carolina.Carter of the Pensacola drowned.
travel distances and once in the head. ing out of her front
and Boulevard at Le- is president of the to Negro schools when Two of the bullets door saw Johnson lying Youth Council were Await
nox and Day Avenuesin Columbia inter-c ol- white schools were failed to break the on the ground.Questioned led by their advisor, Jaxons

lackawanna Park, legiate NAACP chapter closer. skin. concern- Rev. William Dobbin.
and in the Southside and Glover: secretary NAACP attorneyFrancisco ing the incident were: The sit-ins reportedly Suit DecisionU.S.

on Hendricks Avenue. of the chapter. Rodriquez Denial Asked Mrs.J.Williams, 5525, : took place a t District Court

General felling ammg NAACP college students of Tampa in a brief Hrs. Betty Saunders, 10:30 a.m. and later. Judge Bryan Simpson '

local leaders is that have been urgedto answer to the board In School Suit 5541 and H r II. Pearly during early after will hear final argu- +

Negro groups will seek return home from attorneyas ted that Mae HaneyJohnson's noon. ments on a suit
to use the Spring campus this spring on the complaint need not Attorneys for the Jax step mother, 5533- 11 brought about by four

Field pool. a non-discriminatory specify that plaintiffs Branch NAACP chapter residents of Belefonte Atty. Gen.RequesfslCC. Negro golfers who are
have asked the U. S.
had been denied
basis. Drive. John Henry
3 ChargedIn permission to attend District Court t o protesting the sale
HaneyJohnson's step
of two
Law's On Side any specific schools. deny a petition by'agroup father also testified .courses municipal to private golf
of white
Insurance Judge Simpson in immediately parents to the
shooting. Attorney General Robert indi rlduala.The hearing
seeking intervenein
Of Freedom denying County officers J.C. F. Kennedy has is the outgrowth
the Duval school
HereFOR counter claims by the
Killing Green and W.M.Plaster petitioned the Inter- of legal action tfeek-
defendant's attorneys, integration suit. reported they were state Commercemission Com.
Riders' Cause On March 8the white ing the opening of the.
stated that he would called to
Hl.OOO investigatea to issue
WASHINGTON An intervenors ntered reg- city-owned; and operated -
draw appropriate orders shooting
at 5:30 ulations
banning
here said their suit on the seg- golf courses to
here
HIAHIPolice authority and mail
copiesto at the
p.m. victim's regation:in interstate
all
local
citizens
charged three persons this week that the the attorneys. basis that the Boardof residence. When and.
bus
they
on first degree murder "Freedom Riders" ,have Public Instruction, transportation. was initially instituted

charges for alleged the law on their side Seggies ClaimDiscrimination; the suits defendants,' an arrived ambulance at the w&scene leav-, tion Hr. requested Kennedy peti-that April 1, 1959.

murder for insurance. since both the U. S. : actions areor may be
ing for the the
Accused ,are.Josephine Supreme Court and the Inadequate since the with the wounded hospital man. regulations such terminal include Files SuitNEWIORK
Konroe,6l, of 122 Oak Interstate ComerceCoaaission members would not be- Officers
reported that facilities
used b
NEW ORLEANS A local y
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Ave. Robert Gordon,35, directly personally
{ have already the Nelor woman rodeto interstate motor
141 t1 kATe.land JohnJuniorHayes,29also ruled out racial segregation group recently affected by the court Duval carriers -A federal
Medical
Cen- district
a s
charged the waiting court. suit
( segregation in rest- ruling.The ter with the victim. rooms rest
rooms and vas filed
Catholic Church with'ditcriminationit by a Negro
of 141 Oak Avenue. parent's petitions -
aurantswaiting room Upon later questioning restaurants.He veteran who
seeks to
the was also states that
Police charged
and carriers of interstate
reported.In she gave several asked the ICC to enter the all- white
trio with the plot to the white students
passengers. an ad placed in conflicting stories issue the regulations University of, Iftssissippi
Gordon a would be -
frill Theodore Irreparably
In December of 1950. the "as
concerning inci-
expeditiously
42, adopted son o f the Supreee Court newspaper, Mrs. B* J.Cailiot injured upon integra- dent. practical." as Miss. in Oxford,.
Josephine Monroe. The ruled that a restaurant Jr.president tion of the schools
She is being held in "It is the unquestioned The suit, filed
of the
Save Our Nation on
succeeded Ja the
which is
finally contesting
plot an Duval County Jail right of all behalf of James Hcuszii
Inc..aid the
after three bungled "integral part" o f. petition, the NAACP
church refused to allow pending further in- persona t o travel Heredity, of Jackson,
attempts. Interstate but service + said the same. question -
her to rent vestigation. An in. through the various Hiss., is the first
carrie group have been heard
cannot
Gordon segregateits quest is slated Monday states without being ..legal attack on .
a fac1litr; ,but allowed segregated -
000 in insurance bus customers
$11, the NAACP to holda by federal appellate in Justice "of Peace subjected to discrimination schools at.
naaing his foster without violating the rally in & Catholic courts which have George A. Harris ," Mr. Kennedy any level in Mississ. _
Interstate C ...-ce'
other asbeneficiary. <
Act. school gyscasit.su. denied application of court. said. ippi
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Carrying; out a campaign pledge take t
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"Member f.r in the area t>f civil rights* ,the Kennedy f ;

i O. SIMPSON.............................................Managing Editor Administration made two swift and bold '.dramatic -:.

ALYSON E. WISE......................_.............................News Editor : ,actions. II

r HILDA WOOTEN:.........................................Circulation Manager f 1J. The President's as "friend of the _
y. ,i w, ; ; i. brother, Attorney court.
MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: I General Robert Kennedy In answer ;
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2323 Moncrief Road.......:...........................Phone- Elgin 46782Maili. with White House approval t o
I tr 4r entered the the outraged- .
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P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida into the school desegregation crie s

:. issue as which a-
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plaintiff on behalf rose fromc
a
One Year $5.00; Half Year $3.00 .
I Mailed To You Anywhere .In The United States of the 1,700 Negro ountry I
Subscription Payable In Advance. Send Check or Money Order To: children of Prince and state

I FLORIDA STAR-P. O.Box 561-JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA i : 'j o'. 'l.I Edward County,Va.,who officials -s ups. v. '
3', fr 6' ) have been without over intrusion -
THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: ? Federal
by
schooling for nearlytwo
: 1. City and County Civil Service Jobs a.of years. Government, R ob e r t

1' ,2. Negro Road Patrolmen This is the first Kennedy smashed another -

3. Negro' Firemen time in the historyof precedent by
\ 4. More Negro Police Officers thelong litigationover choosing the University -
.5. More Squad Cars for Negro PolicemenGraduation
7 4y school desegre- of Georgia to
1 .. S : A gation that the U. S. reply to the critics.

Government has actual It was his first
II } Ushers 'In .
% ; y\ ly taken on the role formal address since

; Drive For Job Opportunities I 1Thr t F)1VA't of case.directly Already enteringa the addressed taking office.Kennedy the annual

impact has been far- Law Day exercises at
Graduation time brings a thrill of accomplishment \)... reaching. Previously, the school. Seated in
6 LM N1. IM.1i' M1i'IV' /
.I .'I for those coming out of colleges and universities the Justice Depart
the audience
was
schools. as well as those coming out of high. BKEUDEK OF SUSPICION, HATE. FOrtCLO bKGiil-XiATiON: / ment has filed briefs Charlayne Hunter, the

Negro coed who was
I Although we share some of the joy that fills only recently the,
the hearts of the many young hopefuls who have of
target a -
4 4t Your Weekly segregationist
t reached milestone in their careers, there are : ins p i r ed
mixed emotions hovering in the minds of those demonstration the
''Guide on
who are concerned about the buture of a large Horoscope campus

portion of the thousands of high school graduates Kennedy declared"I
I who will not be able to enter or complete WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR cannot believe that

j college. BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL anyone can support a

i Negro college graduates in the past have_ not principle which pre-

: had an easy time finding employment in Florida, By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES vents more than a

as evidenced by the fact that hundreds of per- thousand of chil-
our
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sons qualified to teach school are on the wait- J dren in one county

ing lists, despite the daily call for more LEO alert to future
Born March 21 thru April 20 Born July 24 thru Aug. 23 especially complicationsfor from attending public
teachersThis anamaloua situationof courseisdue the disruptive influences those who allow school-especially

to the segregated set-up that demands that Prudence is of the The tendency to fly that may themselves to be this step was taken
white teachers instruct,white students essence right from off the handle is being -
and Negro prevail from the 16th swept off their feet to circumvent the Orders > .
teachers instruct Negro children the 16th thru 19th, fed by a potent thru 19th.You seem to 630661448:631CAPRICORN of the court. In -: -

However, there is cause for great concern whenwe when the slightest planetary combination have some benefits this casein all _
see more than a thousand young Negro men and spark could set off from the 16th t h ru coming to late I -
you casesI to
Born Dec. say you
i' women coming out of high school in DuvalCountyalong explosive emotional 19th. Your rivaatoowould 17th and 21st,but you 22 thru Jan. 20 that if the orders of

21 of which number only about 300 will be situations The late only profit as should do no more Should you have the court are circumvented ,

l able to attend college.What is more depressing 16th and early 21st the angrier a personis than pick up ;your reason to harbor any ,the Department

i is that this approximate 700 have had little provide the more the more vulnerable winnings and call it i'' fears regardingprecious of Justice will act.
rtreining in trades, have been denied on the job auspicious m om ents he or she becomes to personal and
a day. Any attempts We will not stand by
xl training and unless there is a change from the when your judgment You can avoid force your luck mutual holdings, you or be aloof. We will

W' discriminatory attitudes toward Negro citizens, brings profit and all these potential further could get you would be justified in act....

these young people will be relegated to maid safety. aggravations by going involved in situationsthat taking the necessary "The time has long _
and poter jobs regardless of their talents or 9-20-22-16-24-921 off by yours elf,where measures to insure _
be costly since
.. may ,as arrived when
abilities. find their But /
no one can you safety.;
TAURUS well as disagreeable, loyal Americans must
) A source of for (late 16th and 17th). while
encouragement Negro college ;you are going
\ Born April 21 ihru May 21 on the 23rd and on measure the impact of
1; I graduates lies t in the fact that the Kennedy You should be, very the other adverse des about it, make sure their actions

1 !, administration tias embarked upon a course to Very touchy situations much in the foreground previously mentioned.360SSll76368 that you are not jumping limits of beyond.the theirown
:i t; utilize the talents of Negroes :various areas could be touched if family or social from the frying
towns "
1:1 I of governmen2loyment.. off and turned into events are held on pan into the fire(16-( The Attorney or states.Generaldid
highly explosive the 18th. SCORPIO thru 19).The love and
has'
This younger: generation of the sixties not stop with the
decided to coW'to% grips with the problems of ones,especially where 150441425154VIRGO Born Oct. 24 thru Nor. 22 support of the one Prince Edward County
live and work.You
\ freedom and discrimination as seen by the sit- you The touchiest periodin who shares your situation. In free-
should discuss mutual
in, wade-in and:.freedom riders movements; and problema and intentions Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 your public business present and future swinging style, h e -
'I there is eveW"bndication that a drive for or professional interests could be delivered bocfypunches
the 16th and
equal job opportunities will be initiated in on A rebellious spiritmay affairs could be the indispensable in upholding to segregation and

Duval County by- the youth groups. 21st, when the probabilities be the ingredientthat 16th thru 19th, when ;your morale and: discrimination in every
of amicableunderstandings
1 'The initiation .of a fSelective Buying1 canpdgn helps to make your ambition may know hopefulness area of American life -

1 urging Negroes to withhold their patronage from are the world go round, no bounds You should 2-20-44-16-56-241 private and public.
much promisingthan ;
J } stores and firms which fail to provide fair more and to insure greater heed the good advice AQUARIUS While he was Punctuating =-
at other times.
.l \employment opportunities for colored citizens human progressbut it that those who are Born Jan. 21 ihru Feb. 19 his message with .
470771737471GEMINI
should receive the 'support of Duval residents. is all a matter of concerned about you The 16th could be emphatic gestures of

.I,f There is no doubt that the youngstersfull of time and place. You are willing: to offer, considered the most his handsthe studenta

=t the determination to secure a fair opportunity Born May 22 thru June 21 are only too apt to on the I6th-17th. The sensitive apt of this sat in moody silence;
in the in .which will refrain be the victim of your 21st should ""-
community they providean period and of the but when he finished,
too to
with firms that main- Ton are apt own Impulses or shortcomings outlet for to Y-
from
buying or trading you month,fbr that matter the applause lasted
J! Ptain employment-discrimination: Support of the express tell unpopular opinions if you don't extricate yourself Your' sense of values' for 30 seconds.Notably

I r) .ntovement shoul, come from grownups who are people call them short on from a rather diffi- would absent from the
think of serve ;you Trell occasion -
1 Wither fathers*. >toothers, brothers, s i s t era, what you alienate the the 16th thru 19th.Be cult spot. ,in such eventualities were the Gover-
them
or
:\ uncles, aunts or-relatives of young people who very,friends on whom guided by the partneror 5-20-55-15-45-521 '(late 16th-17th). Do nor of Georgia andbothU.

are 'denied equ&Xep loyment opportunities by you have relied for friends whose SAGITTARIUS what you deem necessary S. Senators. -
fin that derive-profits from Negro patrons loyalty to you is a- to
: gainattention
support and encouragement bove Lionlate on Born Nov. 23 thru Doc, 21 For thedogged parentsand
qu
Thus, graduation-this year points to the beginning .The provocations higher up nor to raise children in Prince
16th
the and on the Romance and marriage level
of a drive for jobs toward which you say 21st. the of good Edward County; who have

., be urged to react say have a greater I fellowship. determinedly held out
7-30-33-13-7&-731 than dur-
appeal ever
rather vehemently 8-10-83-18-48-814 in the face of complete

THE MATCH RACE be strongest; from the LIBRA ing the glorious month silence from Washington -,

16th thru 19th. Tour Bora Sepi. 24 ihru Oct S3 of Junebut they also PISCES ,the Kennedy action

< 1 Bob Considine in the New York Journal financial interests Kens Feb. 30 thru March 20 like fresh cool
11' writing You will have to be hold the seed o f"AlonV was a
\ American, recently quoted a top authority as are favored late on breeze bringing hopeto

I sQ'ing"Br 1980 we'll have accepted atomic- the 16th and on the Days Are Numbered"Health I If you have done your the darkness o f

powered utilities plants as routine. the year 21st.Do not, tell your ': .. ....J _. .. _- best during the first despair t
2000 we won't be able to get along without friends all about and Fortune Can Be Yours i two quarters, that is Commented the NorfolkYirgin1anPilot"Prlrm

them." yourself on the 23rd. ; about all that can be
i When You Know your Lucky Days, Lucky
Then Hr. Considine touched on an undertaking 2-40-55-15-54-245 Colors Etc. .' expected of you You Edward's right to close

of seven investor\:.owned electric utilities in can best protect ;your its public schools is
CANCER
I New York. Th87,are underwriting a $10 million- cobra J... ft dIN J1IIy. .II Send $2.00 for your ,, -1- I well-being,especially not a local matter. It
i plus "match rac "between two different systems .. .''" trca the 16th thru is a matter, of the

of producing poorer from the atom. The purposeis The crisis, in hoarpecuniary Horoscope Guide For ; ; 19thby eating light- Constitutional rights ,

to' find whicbVi-9*the most efficient and economical affairs jjiiae; tJ; ;', fusing up a minimum of Virginia school

--v *. of energy, and avoid- children under the
way ajjir. only way that ,question can that has been looming c. "
j be answered is t& costly experiBenton a trial for some tiaeaay be' Fill in the blank below and mail tov' "*.. ing overwork or ex- Constitution of the

t and error bas ar- expected any time ZODIAC -..Post Office Box 561 traM t e isp.ratures. United States and the

This is just one:"example,in just one state,of frca the l th thra Jacksonville. 1, Florida .", : The 17th and 21st. are Constitution of Vir-

the way the utility industry is approaching 19th.You seat to here :-...'s f. t' grand days when A. ginia."
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the A feed friend ,.. N lIRe r ,. feeling of joy and
problems connected with producing cospet- -' '._ '0'. ". YOU-bet
tivpric&;.*uclear energy. Several nuclear good offices say be Street: .... .. lightness should crate we h Vfl'CONFIDENCE ,
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plant, of! large-'size, are actually in operation utilised, to yow relief harmony around you ",

Others are in the process of construction aad pleasureUt 4Date 'of:Birth x #Wind up Batten pre-1 IN A I

Maey others are .planned by investor-own- ( 16th tad 17th81022ld21gL2). Month Day ",viouly launched. GROWINGAMERICA '
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LOUISE G. GUDJYARD Freddie Graham, 1950'Mars St, ..
\: 25'and Maralene V. Johnson; 1244 f' .
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Persons attaiding the press party at the DAna W.. 21st St, 19. ;

Beach Kennell Club last Sunday' evening Gerald 1,. Reed, 1145 E./23rd

were totally. unprepared for the wonderful: reception St, 18 and Margaret A. Staples,
1404 E. 23rd St., 18.
that they received and completely
carried Moses'E. Larkins 1642 W. 30th I
away over the attractive snrroimd 'ngs.The St, 19 and Anita L. Robinson,
beautiful music played in the background lent 1561.W. 25th St, 18. -

enchantment to the atmosphere which had already Wm. H. Sampson, Rt. 9, Box
been made pleasant by choice refreshments Hr. 959, Dinsmore, Fla., 49 and Elsie 1w
I E. Stewart, 5838 Abelia Rd., 52.
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John Arnold of Mesphis,.Tennessee, public relations Roosevelt Baker, 1117 Harrison

director for the new facility, along St, 32 and :Mae F. Thomas, 1310
; with his associate, Hr. Charles Cherry: overlooked essie St 25. .

: no details in preparing for their many Lewis T. Jolly, 727 N. Lincoln
guests Ct, 28 and Lula M Blash, 1020S. :111:111r
JI' 9th St, Fernandina, Fla., 21. :
It Orlando was well represented bT Kr J.D.Bonn, j Samuel M. Dicks, 128 N. 15th

editor-publisher of 'the Sun Mirror, along with ,St, E. Orange N. J., 21 and
( Hr. and Hra. Asa Price. orothy M. Frazier, 751 DeWitt

t Hr D.L. Lever, Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Slack, Hr. Bt, 23. '

1 I 4 and Mrs. Thomas Ferrell, Hr. John Pierce, Hr. Henry Smith. 1310 Grunthal ..
1310
St, 27 and Barbara Logan.
? and Hre. Bnanuel Wesley, Hr and ?Ir.. Ih olph. 22.
runthal St.,
I "Bunky" Matthews, Dr. and Hrs A. Biggs, H r.. Chas. R.Sapp, 1660 W. 17th St. ,.. _.__q-.v.x;>.".....i.J,. 3. ,.4.
George Ingram, Mr. and Hrs Bernard Smith, Dr.. 19 and Elsie L. Robinson; 922 W. IFS BONNES ;.L'l1 HL
and Hrs Earnest Bartlq,Hrs. Oufferin B. Harris 25th St., 17. their AMIES Social palatial a moat successful event recently when they; held

I f Mr. H* Cherry, Hr and Hrs.Paul fydeKrs Collues Dupree, 4015 Leonard annual Tea in the residence of Hrs. Ralph Hayes, 2343 Kinwood Ave. An afternoon
,Circle E., 21 and Libby Young, of goodtellow hip i
Martha Berhl, Hr. and Mrs. Lawrence WesleyHr was enjoyed and a sumptuous buffet luncheon was served. Meabers
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Maitland Ave., 19.
1514 seated
from; left are: Mesdames Sarah Stewart '
4
.I' Edward Rodrigues, Hr. and Mrs., D. JenningsHr. I Richard Brown, Jr., 1265 W. H. Hoese E. R.P. Jenki sHarr ChsnbersEdith LW3JLUaiai
Haynes E. E. West
and Hrs Timothy Ingram, Profand HrsCollins, 21st St, 22 and Audrey F. Lau- Mattie Lazenby and Hiss Babel San* .

Hr. and Mrs. Frank Barnes and Mr.and Hrs James rent, 1265 W. 21st St., 18. (Royal Art Studio Photo)

Huger were among the maw persona from Daytona -' -- -r r. -
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who enjoyed the affair : .:.. .' //,' rl'f'r"7! : ri BIRTHSBirths Girl Scouts Day Cherry Blossoms'

Representatives of the and other i t 7
press public ; A.
relations media from Jacksonville, along with "''' 'f 'I .I. at Brewster Hospital Camp Date GivenThe Slate Sunday TeoMra.Fliza
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several friends of the press, included Hr and r W ".... J!< J az Hr and Hrs. James
I Hrs ELcee R* Lucas, Hr. and Mrs.Eric Simpson, 4.1.... 1. '' fl.1 Brown,1460 W30th St. Day Camp for RPerry of

Hr. Allyson WLseKr. WilliamsHr* Adrian x... 1It..j 1 Boy. Girl Scoutssponsored West Union BaptistChurch
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K. Mrs. .. .. the Girl Scout and Matthew Mc-
Knight, Barbara Reed, Mrs.Theresa Mac- Hr. and Hrs.Levorner by

key, Hr and Hrs Windle L. McIntosh, Hr. and i /., .,-. .' Hborer, 3328 Moncrief Council, Inc., opens Cray of Mt. Ararat
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Hrs Jonathan McCone, Mrs Ha rie HcClain, Hr. '.:-. .1 Road, Boy.Mr.and ; June 26-29 for the Baptist church, willbe

Isaac Coleman, Hiss Marian Sutton and Hr and .. 'I Hrs.Roosevelt first session and July program principalswhen
Hrs Preston Peterson: ;y :3 until the 7th at the Cherry: Blossom -
... Stokes,604 ct.F,BoT.
Persons who were unable to attend the party 14DC' ,- Hr. and Hrs. Hoses MtHerman Parkit was Social Savings
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last week will do well to take advantage o f :\i\ Cuffy,446University announced this week. Club feature their

Opera) House" which will be held at the club- ;'; ). Blvd., Girl. Girls from ages 5 to annual Tea Sunday from

house Sunday evening, June 11, from 7:30 until: .. -$ ; ." '..a" Hr.and Mrs.Sylvester 17 years may registerat 4-6 p.m. in Ht.Herman

10:00 o'clock. The comfort and luxury provided > ."t':f.'' .'"'. ;>.; Roberts, 1602 W. 29th the council. The Recreation Center.

at the club, catering to !a select clientele, ;. r ;- Street, Girl. registration also includes Other program participants -

is available to clubs and social groups for I. ::. .'i Hr. and Mrs. Sidney Brownie members will b e

parties. ", i i' .; :.t Wright, 1667 W indie ,also non scouts. Deacon L. Love, Hrs.Chrisbell .
# # # # *''t# : Af t ,: Street Girl. Registration fees areas ParsonHrs
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The Calhoun Street home ,ot 'Mr.and Hrs Alonsa :. "n, ,,','. '" .-(;_ \ Hr. and Mrs. Dozell follows:for scouts, Fearlie L. Love, Hiss
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) Davis was the meeting place of The Kevinettes ; :t; ; ; r .4t ",..' 1,>......'..''5I -.. Varner, 1245 Jessie 2.35 and 2.50 for Lucille Jones, Ruben

Bridge Club in its finalmeeting;> for the current -. .. }:: ',....t-; c/ 'i'.*. ,. ..., .; Street, Boy non scouts. Free mill$ BakerMrs. C. Street,
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fiscal year. Hiss Constanchia Hines and .. ::. ,. -.I.:..:: :::_ Mr. and Hrs. Dan cook outs, trainingand Miss Jfyrna Marshall,
'. .r.
Mrs. Bessie Canty were visiting players. .
p The group chose this time to elect officers :. At. Street, Girl. included in the fee Hrs Caral Guellatt

for the coming year with the following .results: '. i": .- .."... Hr. and Mrs. Powell All activities a t Mrs. Elizabeth Rich
.. the are plannedto Perry will be the
Hrs Dorothy Oliverprel dentHrs.Pear MackeyIfinancial Stukes,2415 Doby St., camp
Anita help develop qualities main speaker,and will
APtNUtmcru-The or Miss Girl.
secretary; Mrs.!' Barbara Harper, recording nurl-J.AJlS marriage
be
_ i secretary andMrs.Geraldine Hilliard, Robinson, daughter of Hr.and Hrs Joseph Robinson Hr. and Hrs. WilliamWeathembee,1556 such as re- introduced by the
mistress
1: treasurer. '' 1561 W. 25th St. to Hoses E. Larkins of West sourcefulness,1nitia-; ceremonies

The two guests received .;gift tronths hostess 1342 Pearce Stwas solemnised during a beautiful 21st Street, Girl tine and self reliance Hrs. PR.Love.Hrs.PatJohnsonpresidentwILl

Mrs Davis, Mrs. Milliard Mrs. Essie McCray, ceremony Friday June 2 in the home.ot the Hr. and Mrs.Major H. close the

1 and Hiss Daisy Gilliard were. winners of dub bride, parents. The event was attended by a Crooms, 1639 W. 24th Through progressive program.. .
prises. large attendance of members of both families: Street, Girl. experience in outdoor -

Mrs Bnmalee George MrS. Thelma Greene, Mrs and friends A reception followed the wedding Hr. and Mrs. James activities including ABOUT PEOPLEPERSONAL

pone Bennett, Mrs. Sarah Lovett were among ceremony.; Kitchen. 1340 Kings: hikingcook outs,folk

other members present Road, Boy. dancing,singing around

I- * # Walker's Hr. am Mrs. Eugene the camp fire, nature MENTIONCongregation

Mobley, 731 Ct. ABoy.Hr. studyarts andcrafts,
Installation of officers and exchange of gifts membeis,
i' were important phases of the recent meeting of Workshop Starts Jax GuildTo and Mrs. Ulysses and swimming at the friends and associates

Les Pleura Whist Club,which was also the final Give Tea Strigler, 7235 Luke Jefferson Pool, the of Rev. A. E.Crumady,

4 meeting for the season. The Vernon Road home June 19 The J Guild' Street, Girl. girls are in for a pastor of Saint Paul
a x s activities -
well sessionsof
i of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wyatt provided the love. The annual Secretarial committees Hr. and Hrs. Freddie planned Baptist Church,regret
ly setting. Manning, 1821 W. 1st instructive and to learn that he will
Workshop is set are going all; out to
Mrs Amy Currie, who officially placed into to begin June 19 aMends make their annual JIUaicaletea Street, .Boy. relaxed study.Mrs.Irena leave here June 15 to

office the newly elected officers, also parti- August Hat programthemost Baggs will enter a hospital in

cipated in the meeting and qualified for guest Walker College. successful i n serve as camp direc- Chicago, Illinois.

prize Miss Eunice Coker and Mrs Thomasina The theme is "To Add the event's history.The Graduation'Fete tor and will be assisted RevCrumady has been

McFarlin were the other visiting players Those "Extras" that affair takes place by Hrs J.E. pastor of Saint Paul
Set AtKindergarten
Davis Other
Les Flours Club'a new slate of officers c onsista are so Essestial to Sunday, June 11 from experienced during the past 15

of Mrs. Faye H. Helm, president; Miss Success in Business." 2-4 p.m. in Ebenezer instructors years.
ii Estelle Williams, vice president Mrs. Betty Outstanding specialists Methodist ChurchClayand serve as staff 1I1embers.Hr8.Bagg8 -

N Belton, secretary Mrs Helen Grimesfinancial and consultants Ashley Sts. may be Send or Bring Your News

secretary; Mrs Barbara Walker treasurer5Mrs. are added tot he With the pro gram Day Spring Kindergarten reached by calling EL In To TheFLO'RIDA
4-1975 and
Mrs. Davis
Cornelia C. Oree, reporter and Mrs Irma oils faculty and rich nearing completion, will hold its
a at EL 4-6077.
Mrs. Mattie Mae Williams
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larin commencement exercises I STARNot
sergeant-at-anns program of field trips, I
? embers present in addition to those already lectures desonstra- ,general chairman Sunday,June 11 in the Hopeless .'
announces the following Mother ( Later ThanWEDNESDAY
reprimanding) -"Now
mentioned included Hiss Myrtle Turner Mrs church main audi
Lion etc.,18 planned program partici- don't let me tell you again. Jim-
Dannette T. Howell, Mrs Dorothy Dunlap, Mrs for the in-service pants: torium.Featured speaker -* my." NOON i

Doris Scott, and Mrs Ruby Swight workers who enroll will be Hiss Iri- .,
Mrs N. J. Greene /, .. ,, ,.
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Mrs Belton Mrs Oree were the stins Armstead n i'.. .;'"y't' :" ,
and happy recipients for the workshop mistress of a I "A" ': ; .
c ceremonies] :" : .''. "
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of club prizes The college will solos by Mrs Ruth alumna of the school, ; 'fwIIA.. .'..."'t.' '.....:,,,.
* offer during the secretarial Devoe and Joseph Johnson will be main speaker. ...,-::.' 'r"t:,.."./.r'.

? The I. H. Burney family, combining business workshop any Mrs Olla Mae Ushers will be former >J; .-'(:/..

with pleasure, is having a pleasant stay in course that is listed Caesar will supervise graduates of the in- -'i.T N6i0f", ;:;.y..;... .

Texas in the regular bulletin the offering, Mrs. stitution.The .f rJ,;
Mr. Burney, on an assignment for the Afro- upon sufficient Eliza Atwaterweicome school closes .f., 'n...

American Life Insurance CoIIpaDJ",ie accompanied demand address, and Mrs. Lu- Monday, June 12 and

: by his wife and his two daughters, MirUn and Students may register cile Holmes, the re the students will make .

Beverly anytime during the sponse. Mrs. Alice their annual trip to

* eight weeks period, Johnson will give a the soo. Buses will c 3t

Mr] James Gexarright was host to the Royal but only students attending reading. leave the church at iy
Vagabonds Club in a recent meeting held in the a minimal of Her. J. S. Johnson, 9:30 a.m. with Mrs.*
B clubhouse.Hr. pastor of St. Stephen .. .
group s Avenue six weeks will be a- Alit Church Carrie B.Sloansuper K i
and
Preston Peterson, newly installed president warded certificates J.B.F. WUliace, Rev.host visor, and Mrs. W. L. ." ,

presided over the meeting of proficiency. pastor will and Smith, instructor, in .' '"',

Heaters participating in the meeting included conclude, the open charge. / .. .....wo_ :.:
Dr. Daniel Laursy Mr L Mr H P1o 8ramaCprrtll0a. t
Benny Cant, Her mother her
nis Caesar Hr. Kinnon or sister, ? I
t Anthony Atty. RalefordMcGriff .. ..............
e Mr George F. Cash, Hr. L verso BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL NATURAL-LOOKINO HAIR COLOR
Bryan, Mr Caesar MiddlebrooksMr Grata*, .4 WUO/M. Awt Ti.N. HMC Snack Bar Speciall
C and Mr Phillip Douglas. Whether you want the excitement of a different j
hair shade or want to
give new life to dull *
* hair.. or.gray
1, insist on the long-lasting hail-color '
: Mrs Alvenia Scriren hostess to Lea Elites =:: HOT DOG lOc in the famous red package-Godefroy'. I

Bridge Club in a recent meeting held at the Ii ROYAIART STUDIO Larieuse..'.easy to apply, and complete in
one package-there'.nothing else to 1 1N
Lincoln Golf and TCLBPHONC 4I8 4CLAMCMCC buy.
Country Club. }Mrs Margaret t.
Stark and Miss Zelaa Johnson Me Crory'sBAY I
were guest
play .-'C .,;;;," .:. gfr 1&LOVELY
ers. COLORS

?Mrs Lois Arery, Mrs. Marine Jackson and }Mrs J. siMoN SIB DAVIS STRUCT "t.-.v' .t::1:.. & JULIA LA..US.- .

Vsrzttl KcCone qualified for club prises. .' JACKSONVILLE. rtA:. / Oodfrey Mta.Conp.nr 3510 Ollv St.St.LoW.Mo. _.
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...... !'O I .THE FLORIDA sPU Saturday, June 10, 1961
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,. '... SY L QUESTRA EVERETT
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Services for Sunday
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fI r s''4 H pal A Will begin with the

.a l Sunday School at 9:30
/ r t r t i Y
I a.m. with D. W. Sweetin
'of ki. w % 1. t charge.
Morning worship Hi

--'iJ': d S'e a.nuwith the stewards

,1 and stewardesses assisting
; Rtd
h The sermon

/ A.1 V ; will be delivered by
Rev. R. J. Elaine
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.fy ACE League wit h
President Townsend

b will preside at 5:30
: : p.m.followed by even-
.
A tip of the Pep Cop i
at
to these outat&.a&Ual'. ing worship 7:30
young Americana, who p.m.The Bracy's choir

.1 .t.our make community our country better and DECREES ARE CONFERRED UPON FLORIDA NORHALtS.CLA5\ '61- the field of elementary education ten received degrees in will furnish the music
place In which to During the 69th annual conaencement exercises the
Uve.
: heldHaT 22 physical throughout day.
education and one in religious: education. Candi-
EN. at Florida Normal and Industrial College,some seventy sendates received presentation from Pfcof.San Key C.Chaodean Prayer meeting. re-
vj ..* iors received bachelor of science '
degrees.According to Dr. Of the college hearsalsbusines8 and
-1if ), R* w. Puryea, president, fifty-nine, ; received degrees in class meetings will
be held during the
Independent Benevolent/ Assn. Gospel) Head Union Community .week

Laura' Street Slated Honors Announces Events Invitations are extended

Grand Lodge Session June 14 to the publicas
rY PresbyterianChurch Mrs.Willie MMoore, Sunday's s e rvicee well as friends to

A four-day grand lodge session of the Independent organizer and direc- begin with Sunday attend our services.
Benevolent Association of America, NotesBY tor Of. the Heavenly: School at 9:30 a* m.

Inc. meets here with its Grand President, Rev.C. Fire Gofepel Singers with superintendentC. Deaths And
r L. Culver June 14 through the 17th in Mount Id.C!D N. PEARSON will be honored withan L. Crane and the
Tabor Baptist Church, W. Fifth and Mt. Herman appreciation pro- teachers in charge.The "Fun.raHOOLEYMrs. /.
sts. Overstreet is host Rev.Prankli 1 Wilson, slated for June 11 a.nusenacnwill
.. Rev. H. T. pastor. gram,
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newly installed pastor be delivered by the
_ LENORA E. HILLNorthirestern Mrs.Jewel n/.tsentnane 14 at 8 p.m.in Queen Ella Mae
of Laura St. Presbyterian Rev. H.Hoi Us
High' dok is chairman and Miss1 organization's sloganis Esther Holiness Church pastor
of 1104 Center St.
.f I.Me Fleming is cochairman "Watch Us Grow/" : Church will Orange and Pearl Hooks. ,
k Lenora is currentJ3.t of the It is becoming rapidly bring the message Streets. League hour is at Perry, Florida.
; a member of H-2 various committees recognized. Sunday during the 11 Since the group was 5:30 p.m.with Mrs.AB. MACK-Mrs. Carrie of

; 1 class,Green Pasture The program is already a.m. service which organised it has Houston supervising.The 1559 W. 8th Street.
which she isr climaxes at Childrents DAVIS-Arthur of 1505 '
Guild, of completed and promptly traveled extensively Day "
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and? Churches Being 12 clock is scheduled Davis Street.BELL.Luther .
: \- vicepresident promises to make this noon. throughout Florida I program
1 I the library Club- of? grand lodge meetingthe Enlisted During' I Rev. Wilson motto and in many sections for 6:30 p* m* with B.of 425
1 's which she is oecre-J most successfulin I ia,trEnter to worship, of Georgia and other solos, sialogues, and Wright Street.
She is prepariDgt'I Jax to serve.11 instrumental solos ONDSRoosevelt
tary the organization'ssix NAACP DriveThe Depart states. has appeared -
of Leslie St.flRDHtoa .
for a career of Hnra- year history The Our new pastor is a on many programsin featuring theprogram 2271

I lng,but spare time is? current phase of forceful, energetic and around Jack- Participants will be: Gertrude
of Morse
spent sewing ; the 1961 and dynamic speaker.He Yvette Jones, Evelyn 6234 Ave.
Jax Branch
t,'j First Baptists is noted for his sonville. The group ClawsonFaye HoganLa CUFFIE-Melvin of Rt.
*** NAACP membership driveis
can also be heard Lox 203A Arlington.
is Jones
Kaddie
Modesty
modesty. ; Bnily
Slate Activities being carried out
each Sunday THOMAS Mrs.Anna of
the that unlocks morningon Dunham
key McNealy,Joseph ,
among the Duval County -. 1612
a local radio Wilcox Court.
the door to love and Jesse Hcwf"1'ianJerrr
By Rosa Lee COffle churchesDr Hunter BARNET
: station. -Mrs. Angie of
There is Marie
respect. no Clawson, Hogan,
't : i H. Satterxhitamembership surer passport to the Mrs. Moore has been Louise McNealyMaxine: Callahan, Florida.WASHINGTONRev.George.
( drive director -
favors of others than one of the most cooperative Sullivanand Jennifer
iI All choirs, ush e r ,announced this modesty deportment leaders in McMillian also Ametbe of 1197 W. 24th St.
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boards and congrega- week the LAME James of 1286w.
The Westminster Choir gospel singing
JACKSON Wilder.
t I JOSEPH
tion members have been Last Sunday Dr. 28th Street.
field and she
is
being
k Douglas Anderson will support the morning Choir 1 will meet
'it( requested by the pastor Satterwhite conducted with Mrs honored because MADDQX Elder George

c Joseph, 12th grade ,Rev. C.B. Dailey, his membership talk program of the service.' for its regular monthly of 1510 W. 2nd St.
1 student at Douglas to accompany him to to a local church Rudyne ,Watson at the meeting Sunday at DAVIS Mrs. Josie of

I' iC Anderson High is very St.Paul Baptist Church fellowship group which organ. This choir has 4 p.m. in the home of 1725 W. 10th Street.
( active in basketball, Friday night at 8p.m. promised to give full been enlarged 1d.ththe ACE Leagues Mr.and MrsFred WhiteS WADE- Mrs Irene of

} C baseball and football. to participate in its support during this addition of three ,., Weatconette. 1314 W. State St.JeIDSONHra.Annie.
':1 He also serves a sI. annual anniversary exercises ;year's campaign among young ladies, Miss !In"Fund DriveBy Weekly Activities of
: tc treasurer of his homeroom members of their denomination Jessie Heck, Miss La. 1305 Lee Street.

( and the senior The Missionary Society verne hoeandM1s. Carolyn McCray Regular weekly Pray JONHra.Rode1la of
t -Ie( class. Hobby is read- win hold its Meanwhile Mrs. Queen Dolores J.Pearson who Leonard er meeting and class 2024 Davis Street.
Roberts
3 ing.t program Sunday afternoon B.Williamsmembershipcampaign has been attending Jr. meeting will take WALKER-Rev.Morris of

Jp x.."JII"W'W' ... .++.J at 4 ofclo ck in chairman, is FAHU.Thaanss Maulsbya president of the City- place on Tuesday St. Augustine.
the church auditoriumSrs.Arabells directing teams which .student at Walker's wide ACE League Union night. Choir 1 will JONES-Keith David of

? Calendar; are contacting school College will sing of the AXE churches, rehearse on Wednesday 1852 W. Fourth St.LAHPKIlNSMre.M8r9.
president requests teachers,business men with the choir during is requesting that all night and Choir 2 of

the attendance of all and concerns, social the stasier- league officials begin holds its rehearsalon 1912 McQuade Street.
"H members. savingsgreek letter Sunday School beginsat immediate in set- Thursday night.

;" t Sunday's ServicesSuperintendent individuals and other 9:30 &.m.under the ting up the fund drive The Youth Department
'. G. W. groups. supervision of T.V.Hvgersuperirttendeut. In support of the Tri of Bnanuel Baptist GOODSON

..1.' Scott and the i instructors Dr. Satterwhite is Institute slated to Church will render a Cleaners

2;, will supervise .. inviting all civic- and the instructors. I be held at Edward program on Sunday,
{ ..L"I( the Sunday' School minded groups and individuals Young Marshall Johnson Waters College June 18 at 3 p.m. for PICK UP a DEUYCTY

JUDY Nev ANN Stanton WILLIAMS )ct program which begins wishing to. an active ms ber,rill Alexander Cottrell, benefit of the Sunday TWO) LOCATIONS TO
at 9:20 a.m. Morning .support the membershipdrive open the service witha state president, will School.
?-Teens,Band, Annual worship will be held to attend the prayer. head the convention The general public SERVE IOU

staff,and advertising at 11 a.me T"tl8 deacons weekly meetings slated On Sunday, June 18, program. Support from is invited to attend
r coadttee are just a of the church will at 8 p. m* Mondays in the men of the church friends of the citywide these services. .Ise CLEVELAND ROAD
few of the organizations lead in the devotions. Suite'312 in the Ma- 'will close their organisation as PATRONIZE *

that keep Judy, The ,pastor will deliver sonic building, 410 financial drive witha well as members will lOSt POWHATTEN STREET
l 12th the Broad St. be enlisted Roberts Florida StarAdvertisers
,e grade student at sermon program beginning PH. EL 40G47The
,Stanton busy She is President W.F. Till- at 3 p... Oscar HillmanxnllImown stated.

also a member of st.a man will preside during mortician --
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Philips Church. lie the BTU meeting Zion Hope ,and treasurer of Bishop Frazier NewJENKINS

*** sr which begins at 5:45 the trustee board is Issues Call For
*
irCo Plans CORNER
MusicaleThe
of
p.mThe sermon the making all efforts to
day will be deliveredby make this project a clorida Meet Now Located At
> gratulattons from Peps ; the paitor durin g success.
Junior Choir #
Awarad Cot to winners these three! Meets the 7 P... evening of Zion Hope Baptist 4 Each man is requested All ministers,healers 1776 Davis Sf. Near 8th
worship. to report $100 and prophets of
Listen to Pepsi Merit Award Church will observeits by the Mrs. Ernestine Baker Prop.
salutation on Pepsi Cola Weekly Activities 20th anniversary' I soliciting advertising Peoples United
TEEN.TDIEWBHO.. 1460on Rehearsal For Th e and sponsors for Applied ChristianRevelations .--
June 20 at 8 In
your dial Saturday psu
10:45 to 11:45 AJL Youth Chorus will the auditorium ofthe the souvenir program. Spiritual FATETTEVILLESUBDIVISION
start at 7 'nuMbndaj church.A The women fs support churches of the State.

The Hale Chorus rehearses program has been is also being enlist of Florida are requested -

J it at 8pmTues arranged with the ed. toiomediately STREETS -
day night prayer cityfs ui1groupsappearing Miss Dolores J.Pear contact Bishop H. H. 33RD AND SPIRES
service starts at 7 the son and Miss Ophelia Frasier, 2353 Stewart

p... Wednesday under The on Rev. S.P.program. Hamilton have been elected Street Jacksonville. HOUSES Under Construction,

supervision o t the delegates to.represent Bishop Frasler is
*
a Donald will deliverthe I SMALL DOWN PAYMENT s
pastor. All supervisors 'our churchat formulating plans for n

and Boy; Scouts Officers message.are Mrs. the felted Presbyterian the state convention. Salesmen On Duty
State
to attend Leadership officers are
are urged .
the 6:30 p.LThuredq Ida Hrs Xula.FowlerKatron Mae Joseph,; School June 25-July 1 Supreme Bishop W. 12 NOON TIL 6 P. M.SATURDAYS .

meeting in the church. at the Bible Conference SlmsprssidsQtSl8ter
And
assistant at SUNDAYSMORRIS
m ro n;
Dealers First Baptist Church, James Ift21iamsp xm; Grounds, Boca P.G. Zachaxy, mother; .
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1025 Jessie St. Raton. E Green, secretary
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Miss Rills
Batty
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tends the right hand president and the, PATEOJOZE Sister J. KcTear, assistant CONSTR. CO.
of mother and
fellowship to the m '
Rev. E. R. Slumps. on, ,
general public. pastor. J"LOBmA..JfUB organist.Sister J. Kewberry, 4791 ORTEGA BLVD. :x PO-.8-429t:

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I It 'Bonus Baby Signs Up : I Voters ,League

r Meeting Sat S
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f",! e3' 2 PrR For June 19 ii ti _

Election of the remaining
Ii'f I officer slate

will feature the next }
regular meeting of the
f Second Congressional

District of the Florida

) Voters League,Eric 4 J
O.Simpsonnewly elected -

}. J) vice.president announced -

Ii i The meeting will beheld
1 ___ in Buster Ford's 1 -

banquet room,93 8 East
Union st.,Monday June \ S -

\ 19 at 7:30 p.m.Simpson _- .
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4 Presently engaged in ..,
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a membership drive for '
w its current biennial c

# ..: 1 term, former members .
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.. = the organization will .
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ENR017TE TO THE ANGELS-Another Jax baseball luminary,Robert (Bob) Lucas, be assessed $ 1.00 3 t E -.#(.mss..-;"x.."
to fee the Los of which insures them of v -r: i,
was signed a huge-undisclosed-bonus by: Angeles Angels ;'
the American League The 18-year old ,third basemanshortstop is also voting p rivileges. 1 k )
adept at second base. Recently completing his second year of play with Monthly dues are
the FAMU Rattlers, he finished the season with a soaring 4.10 batting fifty cents.
average to pace his team to another SIAC conference title.WLtnessing the Voters League memberships

contract are his parents, Mrs. Willie D. and Eugene Lucas, and Angels are open to
scout Bill Maughn. Maughn was instrumental in signing a player by the all persons 21years
name of Willie Mays to the Giants in 1950. of age and older who
(Royal Art Studio Photo) are residents of the
.L Second Congressional

I. '- Rev.G...W.Washington Claimed By Death I- District DuvalClay which embraces a e y

Funeral Services Set For Saturday.2 .P.MFinal I Nassau counties.An -

... adult does not
rites for Rev. though he was a nativeof CME Church of Gaines necessarily have to ATTEND PRESS PARTY --
;I George William Washington Memphis, Tenn,had ville. be a registered voterto Jaxons were among the
} will be held resided in Jackson- be eligible for hundreds of euestswho

Saturday at 2 p.m. in ville during the past league membership attended the Daytona

t! Central CME Church. 20 years. At the time although the organization Kennel. Club's Press
; Bishop E.T. Murchison of his death, he was I desires that its Party last Sunday
will officiate.A serving as pastor of membership take full night in the corpora >r
well-known religious St. James CME Church I I. advantage of citizenship tion's fabulous

x fraternal, and in Tallahassee. rights, it was S $150,000 lounge. In 1 Jl t

civic leader, Rev. .1 During his years in r j announced. top photo seated from
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Washington's passing religious serviceRev. ku left are Jaxons:Julius .
last Saturday-June 3- Washington had servedas Dade Youths Guinyard and Mrs. -i

occurred in a local pastor of Mt.Olive Louise Guinyard; Mrs. 5

hospital. CME Church Orlando, Masonic Order affil- Hold Swim-In Marie B. McClainMrSa : yJ
He was the former Israel Metropolitan iate, Sons of Light Vernal and Jonathan
MIAMI Eleven _
; pastor of Central CME CME Church of Green- Lodge 414 The Wash- Negro KcCone. Center photo '5
I youth here celebrated LRiders' .,
! Church here Land al- ville,SaCa and St.Paul inptons resided at ;Memorial from leftJamesHuger, t M
Day by stag
I 1197 W. 24th Street.He Bethune-Cookman Col- F
ing a swim-in at
OPPORTUNITY leaves to mourn: a lege public relations
beach said to be des- LT l t+y
Mrs.Willie Wash- director Florida
Mae ;
To Create Jobs For ignated for whitesuse F
Youth
i Negro ingtonwidowGeorge; K only while a Starts Eric O.Sampson;

Washington Jr., son crowd estimated to Lawrence Wesley and ,'
Mrs.Veairice William, James Smith.In bottom 3 _
number
some 300 white
daughter; Edward W. photo are JaxonsMrs.
people and
jeered
Barbara Reid and Mrs.
I Washington of Cleve- heckled the swimmers.
land, Ohio, brother; Police said that the j r Theresa Mackey..

sisters, Miss Annie 11 youths told them !,
WashingtonMrs.Rachel that they were dared FOR SALE I Aw ;; Jobs Waiting
V.Brown
,andMrs.Maggie into crossing the I
L. Lynon, all of bridge to .swim at the Court Appeal Beyond South
Memphis, Tenn., and beach by a of I VA & FHA EQUITIES.
group
other relatives. COLORED SUB-DIVISION. KONTGOMERY.Ala. -
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white .
youths.It
1. m $300 DOWN While the future of
w was reported thata i opportunities are a-
1g SUN REALTY EL 3-7203 "freedom rides" i n
U vailable
number of white men strifetorn Alabama for Negro
r JORDAN'S AUTO SERVICE who had been educators in collegesand
Emanuel Garment Company. Inc. boating, remained uncertain it
,
. 1961$ W. 45th Street .swimming, and sun- FOR RENT was learned that law- universities out-
I in motor tune-up, in side the Southaccord-
- Swainsboro Georgia Specializes bathing the area
for the
Furnished Room for yers integra-
l motor repairs, motor replace- surrounded the Negroesand a ing to Dr.Harold Rose
i "Producers of Qualify Shirts" ments. ordered thcmaway. nice quiet person.Call tion groups are pre- of Fla. A&M Univer-
paring a series of
RELINED
BRAKES EL 6-5328.
A sity.
EXPANSION PROGRAM passing patrolman federal court orders.
. Phone EL 5-8908 stopped and hastilly The FAMU professor
DAN JORDAN, Prop.SUNSAT.. APT FOR RENT It was also announced of
summoned geography read
& Build larger plant police who that Gov.John Patterson a
& Hire 250 additional Negro women rushed to the sceneon 1036 West 23rd Street. has wired Pres- report of his findings -

fa Manufacture a Better Quality Shirt motorcycles, squad 5 Room Apt. Nice and ident Kennedy warning before the 26th

& Establish plants In 5 other dries STRAND cars, and police" Clean.Sprayed for Bugs that further trouble Association annual meeting of Social of the

OFFERS FOR SALESubscription The I once per month. Title will continue if the Science
.1, PREMIER'SMeat Bath, Nice Kitchen Teachers in
( ) riders continued to
session here
Sins of at Howard
Cabinets. Hot Water test Alabama's .
100,000 shares of Preferred Stockat ? University
j recently.
; Rachel furni shed.Call Popular ...
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at1i1lliata AT4ITA-in' Tea ttihaM Xegro i' +vxjr f : f G Z LOW PRICESOn \.1

12th grades ware S Your

accepted for fall en- ..... ; yrr :

roUJaent in all-white .'...-"t.\of.,,I....L qe. DRUG STORE REEDS
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Atlanta public school -- _
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system by school i r n Y 4Rr ;::Trade With:Your Neighborhood Drug Store
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authorities, it vs c a 'I.
announced last Saturday If1 r F 4 f7. + We Will Meet Any Prices Advertised

; I i.., +f I : In Your Local PapersWOOD'S
In complying with a c llt. 'I '.1-.11' 4' -
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federal district court ,
order approving inte- ,,,,/. 1- -' ; DIXIE PHARMACY
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gregation, Atlanta /T .c.l"7f'J .. 1302 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE
School SuperintendentJohn 3" PHONES EL 3-5597.98
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Letson and his y i We Ocftrer We olio Fill M Doctors* Prescriptfofis

staff subjected a ((4 irf
PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE
large group of Negro
students to a rigid Y- f BILLS AT OUR STORE '

screening tests tk "1
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Of the 10 Negro j; : '' i
students who will be

transferred to white 1. t ,

schools this tall -ciTED FOR OUTSTANDING SERTICB-During the fifty-seventh U commencement exercises held .f/ ".. \;\i

three are tpgs-and at Bethune-Cookman recently, citations were awarded persons who had rendered outstanding ,
the remaining seven services in their respective communities Dr. Richard V. Moorepresidentalso awarded two

are girls._ honorary degrees-Doctor of Laws to McGregor Smith,chairman of the board, Florida Power and r" a
Light Co. of Hiami and Doctor of Humanities to Mrs. Margaret Stewart Joyner, of Chicago.Mrs. 0:
BOYS
Florence L. Small, chairman of BCTs division of education was awarded the 9th annual
Mary McLeod Bethune Medallion. Meritorious service honorees standing from left: Mrs.
EARN MORE
Florence L. Small, Adrian K. Knight JacksonvilleMrs. Margaret M.DennisonDaytona: Beach;
CAH John T. May, Holly Hill; Mrs Anne D. Cox, New SmyrnaMrs Nettie L. AdderleyLakeland and r' f

:" SELLING : Mrs Catherine, A. Young, Palatka.
(Gloverfs Studio Photo)
The FlorIda_ Star -_

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# ::(1 JT TUSKBGEE, Ala.Dr..

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1i u C. PARHAti Johnnie H. Watts,re-
: search associate at

Manager Freddie Hutchingson, Tuskegee Institute's I

r Reds is smiling allover him- Carver Foundation, is JJ.v-
) Everyone who keeps up with' doing post doctoral
t ::.l., ; _j ;. The Reds are now leading research in human [I: KEN KNIGHT

after taking over from the nutrition in London,

4 The Reds did not slow up Engl d. 1 r Invites You To-Listen To -
; ; Bailey,their No.l catcher was Her research is tak- c'
ing place at London's "KNIGHT TRAIN"Starting
ARTILLERY is still doing a big National Institute

it Frank Robinson, Wally Medical Researchfrom At 7:00 P. M. Nightly -

{ and Gus Bell hitting on the which; ,she received an '
it and their pitching staff invitation to study 1400 WRHC 1400

FAMO BOTALTT Wbnzel Hobby (left), The Reds have come up with ___until! August 15. .
Bettye J. StevensLeeaburgreigned as in the bobk.Du:3ngapring -- -

and Queen of the Orange and Green were just about the worst
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at Florida A&M University recently. The the major leagues.No one could --p.'i: ; : : :-.'.:':'..

was crowned during the O&G Ball in the team would be contenders ti Y.tijiiRy5 ; :...;r.l''::":','
Paige Auditorium kD r :.:::..:... ;*t.'.
(FAMU staff photo by Steve ) JETS in the South Atlantic

ft +" *' r1< -$H,.. $,. : the opposite. It was thought t : !! :
t1 : i iW burn up the league,but they A :

,, N direction Instead of burn $fSM4t '
1 b iii they burned down the league :i is
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they are right now. They are I
COSTS"S. to all parts of the field
:I!1IIIf I In,rH1 p n h Welldon't count the Jets
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5 t Portsmouth started out like ..

; St the- bottom.are now pushing the Jets :

FOOTERS 25t -tH EY ARE WONDER what happened to the
POWDERS GOODn -
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POWDERS- 49C ; It is somewhat of a mystery; > ...
took such a nose dive The
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:< to '- ; U / U Lt U i.: ... ... when the American
they won ; s
still have Roy Sievers,Jim f< t

PHOTOGRAPHS Louis Aparicio, H i n nie t\. s1
Star"f Lollar and practically the 4 '
EVERY OCCASION They now have Wes Coving- { \ _
the Milwaukee Braves, Warren
Export Photography of the Chicago Cubs and some

? Portraits Weddings B just don't seem the same fit 0.,. s ; rt
Passports & Identification Park x y': s
anymore. f
& Commercial W I
Photostats
Photos For Newspaper Cuts with the old proDick Lundy,
3 While You Walt shortstop during his play-
Coloring & Picture one that the old com-
Let Us Take A Photo Of I still there.In the midst of 'are:

will still look far off in-

-'..: -.;.j In Natural Color if he can still see himself a
J. VERY traveling from place t o

AVERY'S PHOTO STUDIO the going was at times and
a place to playa double head-
1674 KINGS ROAi NEXT TO EWC
you how different it is now
Phone EL (.?BS5 For Appointments in air conditioned buses, A .3

-- ,c.eai ;
to talk about the difference
II The family of physicist Charles E. Harrington. All the Harrington children were
then and now. Those who Carnation babies."My doctor recommended Carnation" Mrs. Harrington explains.
back in the time of his active This milk in the red-and-white can is the world's leader for infant feeding.

1 talk about what a man he
any major league team. In Five little Harringtons-and how they do grow!

day crop of players with (Their doctor recommended Carnation)
dayhe would often say"Well
CONTAINS AMAZING HYDtOQUINQNt
hard for them to make it r- -'
Daddy is a government physicist. RECIPE
lightens hrightemmn ." Mother is active in PTA,church and I IMaler.t.rctngilCARNATION'S L-1
>!Sthe fellow who once pitch- community projects. "And I'm busi. I
1 for the Edward Waters .Col- est of all at home,"Mrs.Harrington I stay-moist BUNBURGERS
MAKES f SKIN BLEACHES be there during the suaser admits, "with five little Harringtons. I II % cup(small can)undiluted
They all got started on a Carnation CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK
the teachers. It was a warm formula." 1 flC I
"OLD Tigers were playing a I I Vi pounds ground beef
Eight out of 10 mothers who feed I
FASHIONED"j Barrs Field became Durkee their babies a Carnation formula say: I \Vi Vi cup teaspoons fine cracker salt crumbs nation
/ **# j Avenue Baseball Parkwhen "My doctor recommended it." Carnation I 1A teaspoon pepper I
o/iaf ,coach of the Tigers sent is the safest,most nourishingand I 1 teaspoon dry mustard
to the sound in the first digestible form of milk for baby's i Vi cup finely chopped onion I
bottle.Ask your doctor about Carna Vi cup finely chopped green pepper
lightens dark spots such a tine job in the first tion-the milk every doctor knows. I American process cheese slices
perfect powder start Rooks in the second I JVAPORATID.MILK
This milk that's best for babies is Blend ingredients. Form meat mixture I
base STtQP9% % s seas relief if needed. Iron best for coffee, cereals and cooking, I into 12 thin patties. Place each patty on ..,asu- I
need reliefhe coqpletedboth too! Carnation is the milk you can hamburger bun half covering completely. *-
Broil about 5 minutes((6 to 7 inches from .., .t T ..
Old friends,classmates and use like cream-with % the fat calor heat G1'a ?
Top each Bunburger with a cheese .
have an opportunity to see ies,and at 1A the cost of cream.Try I I slice. Bred until cheese.bubbles. I
Hooks at Edward Waters Bunburger'recipe, shown at right I I
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Pilot ProsCLEVELANDJohnny Ingp NEW YORK-- Pact: r feted At Daytona Kennel Club


Clendon, former Tenn.Kc- heavyweight tit 1 s r BY Alyson E. Wise -

A&I basketball mentor, challenger, Son n
reached the pinnacleof Liston,baa decided DAYTONA BEACH-With well over 1,000 personsin

coachdom for his take a calculated ,..- r attendance, public relations leaders atod
race when he signed a in his quest for .Y representatives from major) newspapers and
two-year contract to at Floyd radio stations and their guests were entertained -
coach the proCleveland -. world cram he I'l 'ot lavishly here Sunday night when opera-
Pipers. signed to meet ": tors of the Daytona Kennel Club staged a Press
McClendon recently mar Johansson, "J party to show case its recently completed
added to his already titleholder on a l: !"... ,' ;;.. 'r- f $150,000 lounge-facilit;(.
stellar coaching to disclosed '.t' t... ': On Sunday night,June vmicn
.. program gets
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record when piloted !II". Y'''-'<'.,1''(.#...:.;.,:;,.. 11, the Daytona Beach underway promptly at
a U. all-star ama- nu&ber one i /. :::.a..::: d.}../ .\.r.......,... Kennel Club has invited 7 p.m.
teur basketball team for Patterson I "".,f..Y"'.' ';' Florida's (See
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in Russia where they has been I: .F"" ;....['' eral public to its Society Page by

were undefeated. ina in 29 p Here r .won ... A .,....- o, ..i4.. .,:":....:.. ..1 I gigantic Open House Louise Guinyard.)
series contests fights. ;;"" ..: '/ :. .. -....-..-...--..... .
behind the Iron by kayoes and :. t _t;/ = ,:.yz ; .. .. J
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been decisioned: ol i WHEN YOU ARE ILL
,Curtain. TOURNET Francisco Reodriquez, Tampa attorney,
once. You Seek The Best Doctor
Johansson who Manta Senior singles to lead an eight team coritin- When Your Doctor Prescribes
I Sports Stars I Pattersonfs, in the first Invitational Tennis tourney held here Get Experienced Pharmacists

crown from him Kelly Best, (extreme right) of Saint Petersburg To Fill Your Prescriptions .
round, Wilburn Jenkinsformer Jaxcnnaw of Saint { According To Your Doctor's
their first- -
round play. Jenkins is former national Negro Orders.. We Use Only
counter, lost Willie Smith and Henry Daniels survived two rounds The Best Quality Drugs Al
diadem in an Dr. C./E. BlackProprietor
Other entries were Dr. J. Long Charles Miles,
first via a
and Lucious Alberti, all from Jacksonville.
in the
round
"" -: some of the outstanding amateurs from the 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU
second fight.
." 'f- March, after foujvday tourney. LILLY'S
DRUG STORE
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STEVE. REEVES wt':',.. :'.I was"--_<<<-....Mr. first round, Griffith..Bomb.sOrtega. Hampton Nettera .ISO Kings Road ELgin 3-8276

America of 1947, now plays Hercules was again kayoed A COMPLETE LINE OF:
0,1 and other strongman rolesin the sixth by Win CIAA Crown Cosmetics Rubbev Goods Candles Sundries
the'movies.lie is a recognizedmale > son in their .Out. PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
star in 32 foreign coun-
tries. I encounter in Miami.JUNIOR'S In Title .... ,
Bout HAHPTONVa.Winning ----- ------ -

F..HE. FO doubles the singles titles i and n

: ON AVENUE B LOS ANGELES-World's amassing 21 points
welterweight champion
for the team trophy, o
Formerly Mack's Half Dollar House, proved once and for the Hampton Institute
all his
1 complete tennis team won the
,BREAKFAST LUNCH DINNER LATE SNACKS : mastery over Mexico i f6l CIAA championshipfrom
challenger G as par.
I ;x Ortega here last the competing

SEAFOODS' .j Saturday night when WinstonSalem Teach-
.Fried Fish or Shrimp he kayoed the ersJohnson C. Sfaiith,
Lettuce & Tomatoes game MorganNorth Carolim,.'
veteran in the 12th
JUICY SIZZLING STEAKS .\' canto of their scheduled Howard,Virginia Union<<; ,
*&th t:1: and Augustine com.
15- round title
Believe It or Not petitors.

.Specialize- In f- '': bout.Referee Tom Hart

llfNEE1 .rO tPrr. saved Ortega from WATCH THIS CLOWN ,

---- JUNIOR SMITH.PROP further s&vagepmiah- A
: e'r ment when he stoppedthe ; 7-11-26 '
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knockout.
V goes as a
L q : Face:Feel Griffith contained 7 Q rI

Ortega's offensive 60-22-39
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: i LOOK } I ITt4anDthei fa hook. The champ Sonutimts' he', up
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downed the challengertwice Sometimes H. add.. subtract he' down 8:15 :i.c:
for full eight- H. works it all round
counts in the seventh .. NIGHTLY
25 37-921
and was never i n EXCEPT IBXOAf
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Before winning the
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