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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:
July 2, 1960
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:
UF00028362:00567

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Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
July 2, 1960
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:
UF00028362:00567

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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postal'worker, 39-year-old Joseph s Z .- ;
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HcCray reported to have
committed 'Token
desegregation of two schools in North Miami
suicide in the "Magic ity"th1J Beach was ordered by a unanimous Dade County Schoil 1 F Ir

wool:. Board decision Wednesday. v

Metro police said or The board,voted 4-0 to admit a Negro 'girl Fulford.

McCray is body was McCray was quite) Elementary School, 16140 NE '18th Ave., and another to '
popular the North Miami Beach Junior High 1075 E 167th St. The
found at 4 19 among
: a.m- two girls are
sisters Barbara_and Roseatta Pearson, who,
social set in Jacksonville -
in 58 '*
Wednesday a
live In the aces '

Chevrolet sedan in before he r As a'result of the board action '"
Jaxon KilledAidingWife Fulford. will become the :
gave up his posi- .
a parking lot. He third elementary school in BEAUTY OH A BOATGloria Annotto Broxyn.qurvy 'jacon clianno J
tion in tile 1
shot in tho Soft Gateway Florida to 'be desegregated.
was soon gracing one of -tho boats which vrii a he entered In tho '
City and moved toVALUABLE ,North Miami Beach Junior
High
teraplo and a 22 i I will be the first white secondary racos to bo held*at How Berlin July 4, v, Ill serve as Co-. '.
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cr:?.::'):e lay 'beside '''' {school in the state to admit a hostess for the water show.

him. Scribbled on 1 ,Tragedy struck in Jacksonville Negro.

notebook again'lastSunday when a man Orchard Villa Elementary ., -,- -- -- ,
a spiral -
"z .was shot and fatally wounded' and'Air Base Elementary were i
beside him on the Acorn Street when he tried to desegregated last September. Hits .1.ir

coat v ere the names bJ'e' a pistol from the man who While admitting the two Convention Intimidation NEA Challengedr j

and addresses! of had shot! the victim's wife officers girls Wednesday, the* school

his wife and father ik ; of the homicide division re board voted to deny requestsof

Madeline McCray ported. 12 to other attend Negro white pupils schools.seeking In, West- Tennessee To End Race BiasLOS i

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James
Parker said Jesse
( practical nui1seJaci ) Sgt. Among .these was Theodore
of 1248W.'Fourth, ANGELES lUPD A cha1. 1
Williams, 38 -
of seek for all Americans.
ion Memorial Gibson son the local
Street who was at the scene of NAACP.Ju:id. who' had askedto ST. PAUL. Minn. \ ,/ The Endorsed "without reservations'the the Icnse to cr.d race discrimination! in 1
Hospital and Emme 11 the shooting when officers arrived go to Miami Jackson High. National Assn. for the Advancement sit-in demonstrations and con National Education JU5n.. Saturday .
McCray 711 Belmont Was booked. into city Jail on of Colored People NAACP demned the actions of, schoo; was hurled to delegates assemblyln ;
I Instead, the school board as- Saturday urged non-"use of South which have expelled or threatenec I !* for the groups convention -
Street, Pensacola. a charge of homicide. ThevDet signed him to Booker T. Washington African goods and called for Uni- to expel students for such activit I that began Sunday. t
Police said Mc Sg{. said Williams admitted Mil High. The Pearson girls, ted Nations military intervention, es. Edward A. Irwin of Los Angeles f

Cray*s suicide is I ini''Bmallwood with two shots young Gibson, and three other' If necessary to guarantee rightsfor Urged an end to- senate filibusters national vice president of the ArneI I
froth:'a .22 caliber pistol. Small Negroes first sought admissionto South African Negroes. and called for "the ouster oi rican Federation or Teachers
believod to have wood was' bit in the chest and white schools last Sep NAACP all chairmen of the House and charged the NEA maintained segregated .!
Delegates to the convention associations throughout: the
rooultod from domes tember., Their requests were Senate who use their power to :
abdomen. in its final business ses- South. He said it had failed to
first denied then reconsidered throttle and destroy civil rights
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tic 'problems JOSEPH McCRAY Smallwood. his wife, Mrs. Susie ,by the school board following sfon adopted a resolution urging I legislation regardless of the operation direct these groups to integrate or

Lt. S. Billbrouch where he M fe Smallwood, her sister. Mrs. a public hearing in October. the protest policies as long and' as ruthless"dangerousracist vio of seniority. even cities.meet together: in the same
Miami was
of the Homicide Division Willie Mae Wyche.; of 1248 W..4th .Members of this group whose lence" continue In South Africa.I I Called for au enc to segregation -
said working as a beer Street and James Wilson of 816 requests were denied again on The resolution called for "prompt in labor unions. It endorsed The NEA." he said. "should follow
Mrs. the closed where it
shop except
salQsman.Ei3 previous Rushing Street had been.riding in Wednesday also include Fred action by the United Nations on I is used to exclude members of the example of the American
McCray frfld investigating wife was, Mrs ; a car driven by Smallwoods wife. and Faye Castelow, who soughtto complaints brought against the racial minorities. Federation of Teachers which has
officers Williams who had switch from all-Negro Union of South Africa by Africansand outlawed wMrrcntcd; locales and has
Essie D. McCray. :Apparently for Bunche Park to ,Fulford, and Asians and said. if necessary.. removrd the charters of thC10.-
that she and her director o f tho been going with Mrs. Wyche Bennie Pearson who 'wantedto the action should Include "military jcals which have refused to make
husband quarrelledon about a year had been followingthe attend North Miami High. Intervention by the United Nations '82 Convention To \fony move toward integration."
Wilder Park Recreation car they were riding in theinvesUp.to The Castelow children will ,to stop the violation of fundamental -

Saturday and Center, 's said. remain at. Bunche Park and human rights. Meet In Atlanta AsksDismissal
that she went to- Minister
the Pearson boy will attend all Another resolution. which would
live with her" sis- I ;a ,,, + Negro North Dade High. ban: condemned "Black National- ST. PAUL. Minn. -
Advancement
The National Assn. for the -<
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ter on Sunday. She FROM 3rd STREET No reason was given for the ism" In America and was referredto of Colored People N. A;I Of
HOME .art. a group known as theMuslims" ,
also stated that decisions any of the cases. A. C. P. "voted Saturday to go to
A Third Street home was en a semi-religious Negro supremacy Georgia in 1962." bringing its national ..
McCray had threatened tered past Monday and seven,) ..; In addition to the six Negro group was finally tabled. convention to Atlanta.

to conmit suicide items were taken while the owner children fall eight who more first filed applied applications last- PRESSURE The convention INVEST rbo TENNESSEE threateneda Atlanta won out over Portland. Silent Charg
'wu out of town police reported. Ore., in balloting for ttw convention
: of economic pressureagainst
on previous under new assignment our.palgii .
Mrs. Mary I Cooper of 1057 oil for alleged city.NAACP Ne-
occasions. procedures ordered this springby on company leaders viewed the move TALLAHASSEE -
W. Third Street said she left town the federal district court. "intimidation of colored citizens In as an important propaganda effort gro minister Edward T. Graham a

about 2 pjn. Sunday for a trip .All eight were turned down Haywood and Fayette counties. in carrying the convention to an are! former president of the MUmi
to Gainesville returningthe Wednesday. Three had askedto tho state of Tennessee.It. was the NAACP U fighting hardest NAACP.. Wednesday: filed a writ
and where i(
upon
Child Hit by Auto charged that the firm has refused J ten memorandum asking Leon Or-
attend Crcstyiew Elementary I to overcome segregation.The

found her home had been en- station
to supply Negro gasoline Court to throw out contempt
In Front of tered. A witness two Carol City Junior and Negro farmers with 1961 convention already hJbeen : cult him.
Home reported seeinga operators I ) charges lodged against
for Philadelphia.
Jesse scheduled
and
James Williams, High one each Edison to increase
coy enter her home apparently fuel In reprisal for a drive 4 Graham and the Rev. TheodoreGibson
Junior High, Redland Junior of on testify -
the .number Negroes also Miami refused to
Gregory Darrell Johnson 2. with a key. f When the Smallwood car reached High and ,South Miami Junior voter rolls. EXPECTANT MOTHER befme'A November meeting Of

Negro of 1606 W. Union St..' wu The witness said she saw the Acorn Street near the corner High. Any of the eight may In other resolutions adopted the ATTEMPTS TO BECOME the Florida Legislative ,Investigating -
admitted to Duval' Medical Cen- boy load the goods in a waitingcar. of Second Street; it bogged down request a public hearing before NAACP: HER OWN DOCTOR Committee. '
ter last night with possible internal She said the suspect had been In wet sand and Williams drove the, school board. The oth Rejected "Violence as a way ton The two men were cited for contempt
Injuries a fracture of hisright seen at'the same address the day up and chopped.He got out threatening ers whose hearing! was held achieve any of the objective whichwe I A young expectant mother vei Ol me cosmalttee.The .
lee and lacerations after he fair-minded people the victim ofan overdose oj
last October, and other
was struck before and she did not suspect him to kill Mrs. Wyche and Mrs. may eppeal to memorandum said there wu
by an automobile in State Board sleeping pills last week as she attempted
the of Education. Ortham
of what
front of ais home, according to of stealing. The witness said she Smallwood jumped out to inter- sufficient evidence
I to perform her own !" him if
effect to
, Patrolmen H. M. Hawkins. and did not pay any attention to the cede and was shot in the thigh ., MAN CUTS AN ARM called "deterrent rant distal*
treatment police reported.The he had testified wax
W. J. Jolly. ear. The suspect is said to, hang I while scuffling with 'W11l1ams.rSmaUwood MAN SHOT IN HAND BY_ BROKEN GLASS Duval '-lor the case.
treated at
victim
Officers aid the child was around the Chinese Cafe in theI I jumped out to go tothe WITH .%2 PISTOL Walter Grant. 44. of 1528 Mt. was
Medical Center by Dr. D. Drapes Both Graham and Otoson said
I struck crossing by the an street automobile when he driven was 600.. block of Davis Street. rescue and scuffled with Williams Daniel Busy Griffin 21, of 1115 Herman Street was cut on his and released. The victim wa' LHUan they received threatening telephone

by Roscoe Pitchford. 8. -of 1131 Patrolmen S. Gaines and A. and was shot twice. He succeeded Milnor Street was shot in the left left arm by some broken glass KnIght 19. of 2934 WffliOT calls and letters after their Appear*
Grotbe St.Pitchford. Jones investigated."REGISTER. In taking the gun from middle finger. last Monday police last Monday when he intervened. once before the legislative commit
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was charged with .. '. Williams before falling in the reported. in a fight between a man and his Street.Investigating. officers Were A tee.
reckle&i driving driving ;without street. The victim stated that-a wife police said.
man
J. a license and being involved in, NOW named Johnny shot him with a Grant said he tried to stop his Jones and E. Jefferson.: nittee Grslum U he refused was a to NAACP tell the men com.*

f an accident.: Havana sM Jolly Williams had ta.tenh1s gun .22 at 1001 cousin from fighting his (cousin) THE > and also
-;: 'l&1d. '''" pistol Franklin Street. GOAL'S SET AT er refused to say U oth-
'*'aft I. SO .YOU ,CAN ,YO'TEek back and was holding it in his :Victim did not know man's last wife. He said the glass was broken; r person were members of Uitroup.

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E ...... Bfisefc Oft 42* bead St. -- Ffeoa EL 44779 Adorer pact aid of IREN& LAURE the author of this

article, that she had dooe more than any other IMag individual to bring

.+ v J 1 t recuodliattoo bets France and Germany. A leader of the French resist
s IIaUIat 4 ss # ante daring the war and then member of the, Constituent Assembly.she

i P. a'.90* SI L .dti411.td1i 1, Fly ,', b 1 p : b I ,+ i t was a cooTbced Marxist when sb< first visited Cam in 1947.

' I iascIwrzox 1 ? As .a Socialist I believed passionately in the brotherhood of
RATES 4 a S'ti a Marxist I the class the
i man. But as a was fighting war against
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_. ,Oft Ytw ..QOs HlOl Ytar I9$9i Thaw >* Il.M > > d' employers and as a Frenchwoman I hated Germany which
: Tp Yw. ,4Ur.'btt la The t rfrf IIaIIL
1 | 3d had conquered my country and tortured my comrades and
UtoatfttJg taifrl. itt WTWC Q.n4 Ctec* er Men 7 Onto Tot ,
own son. At Caux, when I saw a German step on to the
my
rtOJU&A STAB-?. 0. 80S 011- JACLO1 VU LR 1. FLORIDA.THE ,:
platform to speak I at once left the hall. When I was introducedto

4i \ FLORIDA STAB STANDS ,FOBs Frank Buchman, he asked me just one question, ** What

,. Ntgtd Firsts. sort of unity do you want for Europe ?"
\ 2. More NeGro P.olict OfUcf' I Days of inner turmoil followed: But the moment came

.\ & Squad Ctrt for tIP Ntgro P Uc', ". when I saw that hate can never create unity and that class
4 MOM tad Btlttr Schools and SpMdiag'Up o! the
war makes nonsense of the brotherhood of man.I .

Building frorJm" "-1 needed a miracle to uproot hate from my heart. I hardly

t'a'i -I believed in God, but He performed that miracle. ) became

free to fight for the whole world, with one great desire-to

, r JOB DISCRIMINATION !! restore fbr the past. I apologised to the Germans 'tor having

Sgwus willed the total destruction of their country. At last. I could

I ; '- do something effective for peace in the world.
HARMFUL TO CITY'S GROWTH .
. i I went with my husband and my son, to Germany.. There
HATE AND BIGOTRY MUST: NOT. BE_ PERMITTED TO DIVIDE AMERICA
.
... we spoke to ten out of the eleven West German Parliaments.By
l t the airlift we went to Berlin. We spoke on the radio and in

II I hundreds of meetings and interviews. We said we were sorry

for the hate which had blinded us. We spoke of the answerto
i t -
THE maintained the ma I
F unfair employment policies : by
Your Weekly _. bitterness and of the possibility of building. through changein ,
I jority of Jacksonville businesses is an area of discrimination -
people a hate-free world.
which must be quickly cleared up if this city is toenjoy ::_. '
Horoscope GuideWHICH :: Marxism is out of date in our age. For my husband-a
continued growth ana that solid prosperity which is ;
'' 'backbone militant Marxist for 46 years and a pupil of the veteran Communist -
the, economic of a communty.
ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR Marcel Cachin-and for myself, it was not easy to
Wt are wUnetiisg a heartnlng iransUlon hereabout; a face the fact that we had been wrong. But we saw that you
transition of building, renovation and otherwise general BUSINESS ,LOVE TRAVEL
can .never build a new world-a united world--on hatred,
= improvement-all wholesome indications 0 fan enlarging -
/ municipality. The predominating evidence of this transition 'E : By PABLO The ASTROLOGER \ jealousy and revenge, or by excluding one class or nation.
"f however, is the increasing number of major: business : Today France and, Germany have found each other. A

:t 'concerns appearing in this city. These concerns, for the .: common ideology did for our countries what sentimentalitynever
It Mast part, have inter-state breadth on ,the ,limited ort .ARIES LEO ,SAGITTARIUSBorn did between the: wars. It can also give the answer to the
national scale. Sears Roebuck & Co's vast' new establish- :; Born March 21 thru April 20 Born July' 23 thru Aug. 23 Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21It problems dividing my country and Algeria. Many of our

,t. went on Bay Street spells this out. McCory's, the five-and- Keep this firmly in, mind ..The: necessity. for complete does not mater much national leaders are beginning to see it.
+' from: the 1st thru 4th when
djme is
: empire- in the process of installing an impressive self-mastery under any and
whether receive officialor General thouart, Senator of the French Republic and
: outlet in our city. The'Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, realizing !the' impluse to make the sky all situations Is emphasizednot you
the terminal importance of J Jacksonville has made this the limit is at one of. its pen- :only for this-week but public acclaim' as long as Community, said at Caux, There is no way out of the Algerian

,.J dty.its hOme base, erecting a major, building in the down- I odic peaks.You are less likely for the whole thirty-day per you ,make regular deposits.If problem without a frank and honest meeting between France
town area. To punctuate such enterprises, one only need to slip up on the 6th when !d. The problem of business you are in any way vulnerable and Algeria. My wish is that this may be held in the spiritof

: look: to the great, new Colesium. the rapidly-advancing you realize the value of hard finance or the social pressures thing possible'you'should to forestall do every inquisitions Moral Re-Arniamcnt-because this.i is the only answer" 1

\ Expressway, the proposed Auditorium .. all these things earned advantages and the is one that must b* met into our: private: Algeria's great writer, Jean Amrouche" said, .at Caux in
of which stand as concrete evidence that Jacksonville importance o f preservingthem calmly. and evasively, In' or- "
as ute and. associations, particularly 19c9; Moral Re-Armament is a powerful assistance to all
a city, is being carried toward a position of State promin- or unexpected exigencies der to take the sting out of
the. 3rd who burn end the .
or Jfuture. A on and 7th. to see an to Algerian war In the name
ence as well as national recognition on a tide of, bold en present problem It. Avoid: calling attention to '
dtavpzv. of this sort may very yourself and shun''. actions You seem ,to have friends of all Algerians, I want to thank Moral Re-Armament for

: 't.t la well.arise as early as the 7th,' that could ,bring swift-retail who will sincerely stand by what it is doing to bring peace quickly to Algeria, and all thatit
r : ; therefore both a racial. and economic crime the and it is not likely to ,ge the so do nothing to ,rebuff them.
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. anon from will do after heal the wounds
the headquarters or peace to bloody and misery.
general
,f employment policy Iii this city is not in gea last or the most significant' thru All finan- 3-40-11--38-13-:143:
: with the mass machinery of. legal. means.
municipal growth. The calcu one. r
. cial
wise
lated operations require
discrimination; practiced against Negroes the 1 10 66 12 64 CAPRICORNBorn
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l by ma handling. _
"jority ot our business firms f is something we" must all e- [ Dec.; 22 thru, Jane 19
8 90 55 93 .
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cognize as a dangerous .
1"1 detriment to the ,
because --growth 'thIs.ci TAURUS You are likely to make'
it is
forever undermining the most determin. Born April 20 thru ,May 20 VIRGO |many new ,friends but it is '
I efforts toward -
:t establishing racial eqh1ty. 'Even' it' You had the bes Born Aug. 24 thru Sept.It 23 not by any means' sure that ind the

:.t The Negro market in ,racksonville has reached consider- intention in the world would. not be''in: your: interest each and everyone of, them strengthforyourlif
( Able dimensions. No longer Is it solely field for doorto- :. not jso long ago to bury the ,to tell everything ''abou should be accepted at face

door canvassers_ and Saturday .morning bill collector.a. It hatchet,-, there are strong pos- yourself, ':your ,plans' and value. The inclination to be-
h$3 .become cencentra fed and metropolitan force' 'of'de.. sibilities that old sores will worldly affairs :in general. come romantically involved .

,6t anding; and discriminating taste, representing a volumn be reopened and the flamesof The {;possibilities of distor- may be appealing around the
buying power that can in no wise be ignored. discord refanried (1st thru tions, misrepresentations, gossip 3rd, but .it should be squelched -
Nevertheless 3rd). You-have much better and sheer falsehoods are: before it leads you into
O f the Negroes applying for employment at lYlOSiBwCSSBSSS prospepts to reach the heartsof far too prevalent to confide:compromising situations and '
themselves city's major stores and other business firms 'find persons ,attached to you, even in your best friend at adverse consequences.Do not L, -. <; RELIGION IN AMERICAN LIFE,I INC.

that ot janitor automatically relegated. to chorish jobs like intimately publicly on.the least for the time being and place much credence in what WKKmmm
THIS
of the sort despite, erran the d-runner fact chambermaid or something 4th thru 6th. Be particularlyon particularly from the 2nd ever is said or printed on the WORSHIP mOETHCR

pL, ant fa the that in many instances the ap- Your guard against errors thru 4th. Do not 'hurt those 7th.
di :Lma or posessor ot a college degree high" school of judgment and compromising who really are 'for you. -60-77-58-75-767' .
some other
,proof oftheir qua1iff"atl, situations late 7ili.2G331831423. you.13O222921132:
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I t t : : .positions than a.n: GEMINI Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 2) ,No matter; how impatient
a m routine with the caliber of effeclency}, and. conduct Born May 21 thru June21 o This is one period in your you become. get a certain

i business firms demand. that.most, Even if you are profoundly life when_ you can not play task done or an idea launched

In abort ; disturbed by the return of asocial fast and lose with current you had better keep yourself -
nathe Should not 'be kept confined in ,business funds in .check and wait;' r
of a prison or financial reserve:cash or the resources your
't1ng evatorsti and expending their gifts and energies opera- problem, it may be the bet : you share or hold in turn. If you try to get ahead
eatve they are black.keeping restrOOms 'attrac the simply be. ter' part, of, wisdom not to trust Nomatter how promising of the line and 'steam-roller w
show It to, your teammates, propositions sound, 01 your' way to the goal you
I The Negro dollar is readily accepted neighbors employers.. Cre- where :tney come from, you :eve in mind you risk arous
r as the. sho In whenever he pre- 'ditors coul ..be, quick to bear.should turn, them down. ing resentments and even
i :r1ation. fora job Sho r& as.accord with this, his down if they have the slight Should ou feel that you may determined resistance on the
readily zrg
1 satisfy the axis Ung ulrements.act ted so est suspicion! that you are be missing'out; on 'something part of individuals you cannot t

After all that hard pressed. Do not 'accept,!big, it may' do you good to afford to alienate. Just
'1lhereAld dollars dollar he 1ds nos to some from some. ;;let 'alone provoke, some sort!dosome quiet research and io i your job quietly and efficiently I
::1 y rive take cities where ey evenlunUyar-, of showdown where you liv!to find out from persons wh on the 3rd thru 6th.
A11CI who
r< Jad scmviUe fa gomg'place&the fM": fnatio ts like jtor not. or work as this would_ be pflling really are in the' know just ,md let others do theirs. J

.. .- up difficulty upon dull- what Is going on behind the 530222821532PISCES

j! ,AI1CI the Negro is going with,it., ,cutty. I scenes.... -- -- \
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I \ : CANCER ,SCORPIOBorn It is imperative this" week, r

:Born,.Juna 22 thru July 22 Oct.. 24 thru Nov.; .: and the whole month, for; .

rw The realization that your You are 'quite conscious that, matterp slow down'the : ii
reputation and financial in your power nad may be working pace; your car
and the
i iterests are paramount in life tempted use It unsparingi; flights of your imagi
:would act as a wonderful deterrent and with a: heavy hand.The; nation. Anything' that'bears
; against surrendering could be looking forward an label of excessiveness would

tab. easily to the temptationl.planning for .the 'day w create, stresses, and strains

that beckon.,Yoa may find it they can catch you oft guarc that axe.detrimental to physical
bard to resist.'revealing'Triiat if hot this year: then next comfort''' and happy relations '

lies in your :heart! and tnfa'q So show, your best;side and '
: create ,- where you live:'work. '
on the .31"d- but. a little fore no .
thought on4 the subject. wouldshow thought1esl yernoemtoseeVe and,pass: the moments'in :between. ,.

_. I f'you, the 'foolhardineSof ,*th. _Parties', in 'your tonershould If you do your :day's .. : ,.". --- Invite*,You To Listen To 1 1J'
doing &o. It 'seems. wiser,] :ezced.' all,past ones In work ,without,, resorting ,to >:;;i: ';_

and eater, to stick to thegood brilliance. Be reid1'teet to proj'dangerous "methods 'or: unusual "KNIGHT, TRAM".Starda .
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down, at least for' the the,:encroachments, of peopld procedures, you 'will At 7:00 P. M. Nightly:
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Ending Saturday, July 2, 1960 TKB FLOHBA 1TAB

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Wedding Bells
MissionariesWill
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Y MARRIAGE LICENSES Sponsor
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.} Romeo L. Dow, '1210 W. 12th

THE GAY LADIES CLUB Till present their HAIR STYLE St. 18 and Theresa E. Amos, 1786 AnhualFete
AND FASHION REVUE Sunday from 4 to 7 1
p.m., in the rL1 26th St. 17.
Flta auditorium 712 W. Daval St. Some .:
of the models
to -- ; Walter T. Wards, 1715 W. 9tht.
appear will be Mia E. Louise Houston Mrs. Ai The Junior Women's
one Buraam ,, 17 and Robbie L. Davis 1545 Missionary
Miss Bettye Davis. Mrs. Jean Paroen. Miss Patricia Bryant -i Society of Second Baptist Church
T. 6th St 17.
Mr*. Rutha M. Studimire Mrs. Ethyle George Mrs. Helen '(<'.-.f win sponsor its annual musicale
Grimes. Mrs. Martha Wffliams little Miss Tbooaxina Oems I Cassiell Ingrain, 4661 Flynn J'u111S in the church 'auditorium.
Mrs. Eureka Ave, 25 and Irma J. Ogden 4651
Merritt. Mrs. Yvonne Crawford Mrs. Each
Mildred the
rt r. a.- .. year group presentsan
Adams and Mrs. Alice > Ry. Flynn Ave., 19.
Legree. An invitation is extended to artist or croup and this year
clubs to attend this affair. Johnnie Rice 5021 Wolcott the organization has engaged Mrs.

Ave.. 47 and Delia Bowles, 1713 Ida Morgan Scranton, formerly of

.MYRNA LYNETTE, MARCIE LOFNA AND MARVA LANDA Everson Ct, 42. Jacksonville but now residing at

LASTER. triplet daughters of MR. AND MRS. JOHN Q. LASTERJR. Yr Rivera Beach, as featured artist.
Willie L. J ohns Jr. 1177 Lo-
n, .
Mrs.
., of 5738 Abelia Scranton served as leading
17. A Rd., observed their 4th birthday on June bui St., 22 and Mamie L Sapp, soprano soloist for choir 3 of Second .
family party was given in their honor at the home 730 W. 25th St, 20. Baptist Church for several

of 1936 their W.! 44th grandparents.St. MR. AND MRS. JOHN Q. LASTER SR., F Junior Cohen, 827 Jackson St., years, and was tte president of

:1 S ,. 37 and Betty A. Johnson, 827 the sponsoring, group. She also
: 4FI Jackson St. 19. served as soloist for the choir of
SICK MEMBERS OP WEST UNION BAPTIST CHURCH Fred L. Williams 1210 Barnett the Metropolitan Baptist Church.

Vire as follows: The REV. C. G. GORDON 1310 Pearce St..: St, 24 and Ella Dennis, 1210 Barnett New .York City for a period of

MRS. LOUISE WALKER. 724 Court B; MRS. MARY MULLER. : 41a St. 23. years.Presently
1817 Pullman St.: MRS. MOZELLE Willie S. Miller, 1322 Grothe she Is active as organist -
SMITH Brewster
Hospi and
Sunday School
St 26 and Charlie M. Williams teacherof
,
tal; and LEON JACKSON, Duval Medical Center. Friendship Baptist Church. Rivera
4x 147 W. Church St. 25.
+r Beach and
a member of
Thos. Lynch, 1774 Kings Road
MRS. TYNETTA the Roosevelt Alumni Chorus. The
NELSON of
Detroit. Mich., is in the city
57 and Minnie Grooms 1774
,
for artist will be
an indefinite accompanied by
visit as guest of MR. AND MRS. CHESTER ;
'; wit Kings Road, 36. Miss Esther James at the piano.
:
FORD 1181 Durkee Drive. 1't .... '' .. : '; r l Edward ..Barnes, 127 W. Myrtle' Others appearing will be mem

MEMBERS : i"a. i" -44m |Ave, 58.and Carrie Harold 127 bers of choir 3 of the church and
OF
CHOIR 2 OF ST. PAUL AME CHURCH : S. Myrtle Ave, 68. the.group will also serve as host-
are making plans for
their annual FELLOWSHIP TEA to be r. \ Otis Lawrence, 733 N. Lincoln ewes for the occasion. The Bell
presented Jul 10th
from 4 to I p.m. at the. church, 13th and Myrtle Ave.. Court, 41 and Ella Edmonds 733 Tones of Little Rock Baptist
k L- N. Lincoln Court, 41. Church win also be heard.
-
'I Howard Finch Jr. 620 E. 168th Mrs. G. C. Vaught and Charles
the MRS. ALICE PATTERSON of 1950 Louisiana St.. will leave :jSt. Apt. 4, New York, N. Y. 26 Maxwell will direct the choral accompaniment .
city Tuesday for Miami -on vacation. Mrs. Patterson fend, and Mrs. Rosa L.
a. member of Mt. is l lN [ Margaret E. Mays, 2028
Ararat
Temple 186. Daughter Elsk.Baptist Church and Pride of Maceo Milledgeville Road, Augusta Ga., ment.Glass will preside. at the instru

f '21.Jos. Members of the .
THE t t P. Long 1251 W. 25th St, program committee
HIGHLANDS
HEIGHTS GARDEN CIRCLE Will have 17 are Mrs Lucille -Scott.
its annual June Soiree on- the lawn of ATTY. AND MRS. r t aVie' ''32 and Classic Bellamy, Rt. 1, Miss Esther James. Mr*. Charles

RELEFORD: MC GRIFF. 5310 W.. Edgewood Ave.. July 1. from f Box 63, Monticello, Fla., 22. Simpkins Mrs. Flora M. Burrs
7 to 10 p.m. Mrs. Fred Dixon.' the president has extended Langston R. Austin 1558 W. Mrs. Minnie Weatherebee. Mrs

affair.an invitation. to circle members and friends to attend this r 1 7th St''22 and Fannie M. Wilson, Esna Smith. Mrs. Mable Williams.
Mrs Juanita
cY Armstrong.
Mrs.
3 t 2027 Mars St., 19.
r n Eula Williams, and Mrs Dorothy
MRS VERTA 'MCNEAL Stutson Thomas 1946 W. 3rd J. Georhy. Mrs. A.
president of the Jewel Social a J. Williams
f St.. 29 and Ora M. Tookes 902 is
dub baa requested that members meet at her home society president.Annual.
July 1.to make reports on the tickets sold for the. outing Jackson St., 23.
to Jekyll Island on July 4,* and all persons 'who have t YA Leon Covington, 736 W. Monroe
promised to bring articles please carry them to Mrs. Marie i. 1 St. 22 and Ruth M. Elliott 912

Jenkins' .home. 722 W. 21st St., not later than July 3. The M W. Monroe St.; 21. DayIs
regular meeting of the club will be held July 15. in the Freddie L. Jones, 2234 ForrestSt
home t>t Mrs. Olivia* Ellis 2114 Brooklyn.Road at 9 p.m. 18 and Alice Lebate, 2239

1 Calvin St., 16. Planned

JOHN T. DENNIS i 'John E. Brooks, 1534 Pasco St.
Ariz., to visit with his left brother the city and this friends.week for Phoenix : '28 and Pauline Haywood, 1534

f ;s 6. r Pasco St. 28. By WomenThe

Robt. W. Murphy, 711 W. Duval

THE FOLLOWING MEMBERS OF FIRST CORINTH BAPTIST St. 20 and Gracie M. Ryles 725
women of Greater
North St. Ct 17. st. Mat-
Church have been reported i ill:. MRS. VIRGINIA GIBBS. t thew Baptist Church. Eastside

Duval Medical Center; MRS. ETHEL MA.X 721 W. Adams Robt. Walker 906 Albert St., have completed plans for their annual
St. Members are asked to visit the sick. BIRTHDAY PARTY--Several friends were on hand recently to 22 and Mary H. Howard 942 E. observance which will terminate

r help celebrate the birthday of Mrs. Sara Wade Seen in top Beaver St., 18. July 10.
Harold White 111 Stuart St. The
officers are: Mrs. Leola
MR. AND MRS. FRANK FLOYD AND MRS. CARRIE photo are V/lllie Lindsey, Julius Bailey, Mrs .Wilson Hart,. 25 and Ruby Davis, 111 Stuart Gaston. acting pastor; Miss Josephine

1'UTOON'left the city Monday for Rioeboro. Ga., to attend }Mrs Sara Wade, the honoree and Ur$ Myrtice Shumpent. ,St. 18.Robt. Mills chairman: Mrs. Inefl
the funeral services of Dan Tyson. L. Wright 1334 Franklin, Reed cochairman; Mrs. Alice
Second photo--Mrs. Annie L. Young, Mrs. L. Wells, Mrs. 19 and Theresa Jackson, 1151 George co-chairman: Mrs. Helen

SICK MEMBERS Alma Watson, Mrs. Verdell Reese, Mrs. Willie Mae Reese, Franklin St., 16. Forest. Mrs. Angeline H. Hagans.
OP DAY
are as fallows: MRS. ANNIE B. SPRING BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. Holzendolf.. [i Gus N. Sims, 1735 W. 5th St, Mrs. Gladys Guyton secretaries;
MRS. FRANCES HARTZOO. Brewster Hospital; 23 and Loretta Larkins 1342 Mrs. Aliens Robinson, treasurer;
TON. 1727. Highland HOLLIS.Ave. 932 MRS.Jefferson St.: ABE WASHING Pearce St., 19. Mrs. Hagans, program chairman;
: ROSE BROWN
MYRTLE TELFAIR, Duval Medical Center MRS. and MRS. |I John Keye 683 W. Monroe St. Mrs. Laura Jackson music chair-
; REBECCA
EDWARDS. Florida State Hospital; MRS. MARY "FINNEY S Convention 23 and Eloise D. Brown 1776 man; Mrs. C. M. Beckworth sere
,
Stork Deliveries ice
Mercy HcspitUj; MRS. ELLA BRAGGS. 1341 VanBuren St.; Spires St. 25. chairman; Mrs. Estelle Jen
MRS. LULU BELFEST. 707 Jefferson St.; MRS. ANNIE M. Matthew Turner 3025 Red= kins. Mrs. A. Glover Mrs. Charity
SCURRY 740 W. Duval St.: MRS. OLIVIA MC GHEE 1318 W. DirsRObertPridgen,1716 ?:Planned in, mond Ave. 20 and Theresa Richardson, Mrs. Ethel John.
sou decoration .
Mr.and Mrs. Anni JLIa
: ,
5th St.; MRS. SUSIE EVANS,1577 W. 23rd 'St.; MRS. MATTIE Jamison 4142 Old St. Augustine Beskln. Mn. nick 1* BUctanaa, -
GOLDEN. 1533 Louisiana St.: CHARLIE WILSON 1464 Florida Mr. and Mrs. Isiah E.28th Rd, 19.Amos. finance; Mr*. Gladys Gujton.
Ave.: MRS.' SOPHIA JONES. 1437 Illinois St.; T. J. JACKSON. Street Boy. Mt. CarmelThe Edw. Lee, 1737 W. 29th Mrs. Hagans Mrs. Z. Reed, sponsors
1556 W. 2nd St.: O. C. JERNIGAN. 4336 Roth Drive; and 'Harris,1342 W* 12th St, 21 and LaVerne Thomas, 1817 and aids. '

MRS. MARY BLOOMFTKT.D. 613 Court H. .Street, Girl r W., 29th St. 20.
45th annual session of the
Mr. and Mrs. Hers -- -----
Progressive Baptist State Sunday I
Mr.and Mrs. Joseph ,bert Brooks 1321 School and .BYPU Convention
WHEN YOU ARE ILL Swift Street Boy. auxiliary to the Progressive Baptist
Best
Wishes
"' You Seek The Beat Doctor Harris on,916' W.3lst' State Convention of Florida.
Street win convene in Mt. Carmejl Baptist
When Your Doctor Prescribes: Boy.Mr. .
ro Mr. and Mrs.Clyde Church Clearwater. July 19-
h o Get Experienced Pharmacists Cue 1862 S'!. 24th
To Fill Your Prescriptions .and l rs Charlie % 24.The theme for the session is,

According To Your Doctor Hon QStreet star 808 Minnie Street, Girl. "The Power of Christian' Educa-
"
Orders. We Use Only tion. The Rev. W. S. Harts
.. Girl. field of Bartow will discuss the
w Edward Waters
The Best Quality ,Drug .'e At Mr. and Mrs. John theme July 20 and John Payne of College

Dr. C. E. BlackProprietor Mr. and firs Ernest Graham, 1660 Mon-. this city-will discuss the subject..
Road Girl. July 21. The Rev. W. R. Lovelaceof
Lott, 714 Minnie St. crief Bartow will give the closing

3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU Boy. version July 22.

Mr. arid Mrs.Clar Among the Jaxons to appear on

p Smith 1329 W.29th. the program will be G. W. Scott,'
LILLY'S DRUG STORE ence .
'
Mr.and Mrs Primus: president of the Sunday School
On A 4 Year CollegeWeek .
street Becoming
Waye 29 Q9 Lippia oy.Yr. Department: the Rev J. C.
ISO Kings Road ELgin 3-8278 I Sams, general president; the
A COMPLETE LINE OF: Road, Boy. Rev. W. M. Hill moderator of
and Mrs. Alex the East Florida and Bethany
Cosmetics Rubbev Goods Candles Sundries
Assn. the Rev. R. B.
620 Baptist :
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED Mr. and Firs Cohen Carroll, Blodgetb Brooks moderator of the Middle

Adams,4640.Yoncr1efV1llage Lane> Boy. Florida and Gay County Assn.;

the Rev. E. R. Simpson, the Rev. '
Girl H. H. Robinson the Rev. C. B. ,, .
Mr. and MrsJ/flllie: / Dailey the Rev. J. J. Jones and

Mr. and ..t Irvin 'Firchc the Rev. R. H. Wilson dean.
's. Joseph ,5721 .
The Rev. Mr. Wilson, assisted
Sams, 1923Durkee Street Boy. by the Rev.J. L. Stephens of Sarasota -

Drive, Boy. win have charge of the

Mr. and HrsUbpmasP workshops. Alexander Heard is
the director. of BYPU Methods.
Mr. and Mrs. James 650 Franklin The workshop will feature 12

Smith,1022 Scriven Street, Boy. courses covering an areas of the
general church. Competent in-
Street, Girl. structors win .have charge 'of
Mr. and Mrs.Fred the classes. -

.. }!r. and Mrs. Melvin erick Williams, 615 I Teaching time per course .wfll h
t Ct.'G.Blodgett Home be 10 hours for three days. Certificates -
a 1918 Millcraek
r Bartley, -will be awarded for a

$ Road, Boy. Boy. minimum of. eight oura. The
. itit best church win present a wel
come program July 19. Miss Le-
f '.and Mrs.Charles Mr. and t.rs.ti7tVe.Bivetls,1053 ola Mosley of Tampa win give

i Bennett;5427 AvenueB. ,akley the response. The sessions win
Street Girl. close with a mass meeting July
Boy: 24. Leon T. Freeman of Bartow
is president of the BYPU Division. -

Mr. and Mrs James Mr. and Mrs. Paul Both presidents win deliver
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TOuld 312 'Spruce Freenan, 1624 W. 24 '

Her mother or her sister? Street, Girl StreetBoy. .


.- Women PlanCelebration
BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL, NATURAL-LOOKING, HAIR COLOR
Mr. and Mrs. .Benjamin Send or Bring Your New .

Whether you want the excitement of a different Blaylock, 673 { .

hair shade or want to give new life to dull or W. 18th Street, Girl, IB To TheFLORIDA '

gray hair ..insist on the long-lastiiig haircolorin ,.

the f&mou> red package-GodcfroyV Mr.and Mrs. &ulte Annual women's day wm be observed
Lari uae. It's easy to apply, and complete in STAR July 3 in the Triumph

one package-there's nothing else to buy. Prlester, 1657 T7. C3iuich m1 Kingdom OK God 221Carfst. t

n+ 30th Street, Girl. 3rd and Franklin sta. ...- k
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LJUtieuse .- Ha11,1465 W; 20fe I 2328 MONCRIEF ItDNor.t3th.Street pastor; Mrs. B. Bass, secretary :
and Mrs.. Tbelaia O. Sia fig.chairman ;
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ST. AUGUSTINE.Dr.. R, W. Puryear, president of i
Florida Normal and Industrial Memorial College announced, that
Business and Professional the following persons are serving u staff and faculty mtmbers
Men's Cub of New Bethel AME for the 1960 Summer Session: Dr. Santee :. Chao deaD and director ?
c Church reorganised recently in of Iws.t.S1. n. A. B. Williams registrar, director of Student t
the church at Tyler .and Ted personnel; Rodell P. Roberts., director of Public Relations:
f r Streets. Guy C. Craft. librarian: Joseph! Jones*-btistnee manager; and'j

Leonard J. Roberts Jr. organizer Johnny. B- Derrick cashier, members. of the admimstratuestaff. ,
of the club: met With the I -
members and outlined plans. for The faculty members are Dr
the future. Lawrence C. Bryant PhD. degree Celebration
-Officer are Randolph: Bracy Jr.. : Dr. John G. Chapman 1 ,
president: Howard Hopkins, vice Ed.D degree; Dr. SAnkey C.
president: Oiffbrd Smith. secrc- Chao Ed.D decree: Charles R. Will BeginIn
1 taryi tacljael Wtaninzham. treis- Cox MS. degree: Sherman A.
urer; Charles Smith reporter; Elam. ).(.s. degree; Miss MarthaG.
Leonard J. Roberta Jrn business Jones. M.A. degree: Dr. Wile Mt Olive
r. r manager. liam C. Lee Ed.D degree: Mrs.
All business meeting win beheld Lillian. T. Lyons. M.S. degree:
11k twice monthly on Sunday following Mrs Xelia B. Mitchell M.A. degree
the close of the Sunday : Dr. Robert E. Townsend.Ed The 42nd anniversary of New
Mt. Olne.Baptist Church and the
.D degree James A. Webster
School and wffl be held in the :
9th of the pastor the' Rev H. L.
M.A.
Church asement. degree: A. B. William;
Jenkins win be o*ser\ed beginning
M.A. desrre: ; Mrs. Naomi D. Wil-
the liatn. MA.: degree. Monday at ::30 p.m. with
A Up of Pepl Cap
4 ; DayChoir Spring the Rev. R. Smith of Friendship
to these ontttaatfsg : S: The 10! ; Summer Session will
Baptist Church and the
Rev. H.
. America who offer workshops in
young "Teaching the H.
Wright of Evergreen; Baptist:
make our country u4UI' Slow Learner" from July 1-
SetsObservance Church .
in charge of services.Tuesday
> better
community m .
place in which to lire. SUMMER TEA--Members of CruMp 36, American \Yoodinenpresented Aug6. night the RtW.. D.Dcmp. .
By completing the three workshop of Beulah
Baptist Church
their annual Summer Tea in the home of Mrs. Bertha talker, courses one is eligible for will have charge of'service.

** 1467 W. 14th. Street. Present (from left ) were Mrs. Bertha State Certification"in "Teachingthe Wednesday msht. the"Rev. S. t.
Samuel Anderson Susan Odom Mrs Orilla B. Slow Learner. Badger of Emanuel Baptist
Walker, Mrs. Each workshop is limited to 30 Church will preach Thar..dad
Anderson, }Irs Hazel! P. Lielienthal, Mrs. Cornelia Prime, Church Choir will 4 ,nt present Day Spring a fellowship Baptist students; and persons interested night, the Rev. W. C. Neal of St.

I f g Mrs. Sadie Pedd, Mrs. Carrie L. Mallard, E. Mathews, Mrs hour July 11 at 8:15 p.m. in the in enrolling should do so at once Thomas Baptist Church will con
according to Dr. S. C. Chao, who duct services.The .
1 Thelma Harris fr$ Edna Hae Thomas, Mrs. Fannie D. Watts, church auditorium. also stated that students may closing. senior will be
II Mrs Hattie p. Hicks and Miss Nancy Brought Various choirs and choruses of contact the office of ,the registrar conducted by the Rev. A. F. Cummings
II the city will participate oa the at the coU ge for more in of West Union B.ip'.iyt:
I program. formation. Church. Each minister will be accompanied
Mr*. EsteR Lee is chairman 01" by his choir.and: congregation
s the program committee. All musical oa his night to: serve
Enrichment I groups have been invited to The services will beam at .::30
I Program Mt. Pleasant r come out and witness this! event. pjn. each! night



Continues. Carver Men SlateObservance


The Summer Enrichment- Program continue through the
CITIZENS
PEQUENO GEIGIiH third week at George W. Caner School to provide a variety of NOTICEJAX .

New Stanton activities for elementary children. Approximately 200 childrenare \,. .
registered I

Preschool activities of reciting stressed.,under the 'supervision Pequono is a mem nursery rhyme, pIning games ,Mrs. H Gibson. throughout the day In Greater Welfare Cert
box of the twelftfif; and storytelling, are under the Mr. V. Lou is 'handling the Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church. Receiving ificates For

grade class. She i* supervision of MrS ?1. Sanpson. music phase of the program. Creative beginning with the Sunday Schoolat
and modern dancing i* a'l5oofr..rf"d 9:30 a.m.. with Robert R.
also a memberStantoUusiCho of th* J. White and W. Akery are supervisors along with croup singinz. Jones as .superintendent.The .
an of the playground activities -- Remedial Reading Classes are teachers are: Deacons T. Prescriptions To Obtain Medicine I

Annual staff and game that have been under the direction of Mrs. B. Wright W. Williams. T. Mitchell.
organized into.competitive teams. Vance and 11r!. M. Simpson. The Leroy Hunter and EdmoniJ Mor
Pupils'enjoy* such activities asSoftball classes are designed to help pu- gan. The Rev' C. W. Whirten
horseshoe pitching. will review the lesson and WillieB. '
pils to overcome their reading
checkers and vdlleyball.Creativeness difficulties. Young will serve as secretary. : At Local Drug Stores
in, crayon drawings Deacons J. Webb and J. H. : -'I t .
:McKnight will conduct the devotion -
,. paintings, U.q'I of.scrap materiaLs -
such as wire, bottles boxes av. It a.m. Processional .
glass and others. is being Male 'Chorus: opening worship .
.. the Rev Mr. Whitten. pastor: .'
: mission offering prayer. Deacon t- Bring Your Certificates In NOW To

it I Outings Plahned :1 A. Evan: selection, chorus; an-
\1 unctn ?r.ts. Leroy Hunter: consecration -
hymn pastor: selection
The 2G Junior Civic Club will- L chorus: introduction of speaker.. ..
sponsor trip

land July 4. The bus will leave speaker. Johnny D. Olds senior .j r -
t 1263 W. 28th St. at 8 ajn. at Florida 'A. k M. University: <

imitation pastor: offering. Deacons :-. _. : .:' ;: : 1907 Kings Rd. at Spires _..: -
The Church of God in Christ 4 Clinton Jone. A. i wls;; : .: .
will sponsor an outing to: Little ax_ remarks. Deacon Wright: bene .::..1 ;.: ; ;t. _:- r
I' ZA1HTI3 ALL Talbot Island July 14. diction. Dinner will be served
The bus
Or Ask Your Welfare
erToS"endYour
Now Stanton will leave Moncrief and 24th streetat M'.owins: the service.
9 jn.and Florida avenue and At 3 pm.. Deacons E. Hencjer-
'K Third street at;j:30 a.m. son and A: Prime will conductthe
Tribute is paid ti r devotion: processional. Mt.

feannie Hall of the The Jacksonville Barbers Assn. : ,._- Sinai Male Chorus: opening worship Prescription Certificate To

W.2th grade c1as s.Ke Will sponsor an outing to American j ,,-.<< pastor: mission offering,
Beach July 27.The bus will : 7" prayer Deacon Arthur Jones: se-
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Kls a nembev of the leave Broad and Ashley streetsat I> :'\-:.t:,'. lectipn. guest choir: announcements .

Wusic Listeners the 9 ajn. and First street and ; r: ::.- !: welcome. Willie B. Young; LILLY'S DRUG STORE
and and Rover Florida avenue at 9:20 a.m. Refreshments solo Deacon Wright: scripture
BOJB free. pastor: selection, choir: introduction -
of speaker Deacon Otis Jefferson "

Group 3 will sponsor a trip to Mrs. J. E. Davisof : speaker. Elder George
f Jekyll Island July 4. Tickets,may Matthews pastor. Church of God
.e be purchased from Mrs A.Stubbs. this city has by Faith: invitation pastor; of We Are Authorized By

I486 ,West Eighth St.: Mrs. E. beennamed the Director fering. Deacons.E. Patterson. L.
Jones 1218 W. 19th St.: and at of Public Roberts: words of appreciation, "so"
818 Court E. The bus will leave Deacon Robert R. Jones: remarks -
14th and Orunthal streets at 8 Relations in the > Deacon H. Gibson: bene- The Department Of Public Welfare
a.m. and 16th apd Myrtle at 8:30: Jacksonville area diction. Deacon Sammy L.
Roberts will serve a* secretary,
i by the managementof for the day. J.
the Dolphin Motor :'# To Fill
ajn.Day :, Prescriptions For PersonsWho -'
Spring l6tel and Dol- .,:. .
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phin Club of Jekyll SumrpbrTeaPlanned; .. "

: #rf Announces. Island Georgia .. Have Certificates' To Secure Medicines

r: K JekyllIsland is in

:t.i''''" ; Activities 7. located 80 miles
.. If'L'nt north of Jackson- Mt. Calvary : You Can Always Depend OnLILLY'S

TT CU15 C ville on Route 17 ,
Districts 8. Ig and 20 cf
Kev Stanton jt Dad( Sprins Baptist Church sill near Brunswick, Ga. District 8 of Mt. Calvary Baptist DRUG STORE
C observe a joint homecoming celebration It is America's Church will sponsor a sumnx *
July 10 at 3:30 p.m. in finest r tea Sunday from 4 to 6 pjn.
Pepsi Cola Dealerst the auditorium of the church. yearround in the basement of church. A program

and Bottling GbmpanyC AH 'choirs and singing gnnos resort. The Motel will be presented for the For The Best Quality ... Efficient Service. I
if the chul'ch1l1"
meet tonightfor '
salutes 'Lyn tt Cube a joint rehearsal in the consists of' fifty OCC.LlIlM.Prayrr. ; .
of the 12 h. church auditorium at 8 p.m. units with modern mectin w5!! be held' All I
grade.C The today at 7:30 p.m. in the and Prescriptions Filled Accor ding To L
Trustees and Deaconess Doctor's
She is a member'of.C Board 1ill rponx>r an outing luxuriously furnished torium of the church with the deacon Order
the music andtypimc to Jekyll Island July 4. rooms air- in charge of devotions.'
floly Tracer* meeting will be held In
communion services win conditioningtele-
clubs Jg be observed thrduglwit the basement at the usual hour. fffi&AV.
* .. the day withthe Sunday pastor, the Rev.C. phones vralltowallcarpeting Tto pator. the Rev. W. M. Hen A Registered Druggist *::::
wX give the Bible lesson. .
A. Weaver in charge of pulpit so c.omfortabl& -
services. Choir 2 win meet Wednesdayat
you will 8 r.m. Choir 3 win meet Thurs 'T
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Listen never want to leave day at 8 p.m. for rehearsal. .

to PtpsiWuijcQutst 'First i Lady' There is 1/2 mile Chair 1 win meet Friday at 8
Friday p.m. for rehearsal. The Junior Is On .
r of concrete board *women missionary. society will ; Always Duty

Nibs, 10:30 to 11:00 To Observe walk. The whitd sponsor aq r outing to American ,. ___
silver 'sands: are Beach July if. Tickets may be
For Phone,Rtqutxti secured from members of the society. ,
washed the blue
EL 6-0461-1 1 by .
Annual Day Caters of the Atlantic vt ,'
Prompt Service --- Free Home Delivery i-i
Ocean -t -
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w *. Ethel Davenport Baani. r. make this vacation '
the"first lady of gospel songs In ".,.... ,
the tity. will observe her anniversary paradise. There is !

f { t July 10 in the Elks. Audi fishing too for We will Pick Your
R tortum. those who like to Up Certifi cafe.--

Appearing on the program win .
be the Zionetles, & new group. fish, and spacious Abyssinia --.'" -", '" .. .

who win be featured artists\ : the picnic ,grounds for i i '. i = '<

era.phia.Davenport Gospel Pa.: Golden Singer Echoes.Jubilee of Union Philadel Sing Gospel use day ,and nlcht.For.Re3orvntions. Miami The Rev will cwidiict W. F. the Tanner rerivalmrrting of- -- .. ..:- ..V-, Without. Cost- To You':;4'


'- ..ceft celsiors lingers.Trumpet Heavenly.Gospel. Echoes.Singers.Ex. Call Mrs .J.F.Davis rhnrch besinninjf at Abjwini Monday Baptist nisht. / ." .

Sons of Prayer and odic... at El 4-6077 or The Sunday School ebonw will .to :>
Tickets may Vecured from EL 4-3817. .meet Saturday at $:::10 p.nt, D'JU r EL .
t40rI Buster Ford' Confectionery. Bub- trio Ift win sell barbeene Jr Call 3-8276 or EL 3-8277 ":::_ -__ I
bets Coffer Shop. Sound Record WaihinHori About 35: on rend 4 in the home of the B<.,. and ; !.
Shops Morn and Pop Barbecue- and of all U.S. tomes art stilt healed] Mrs. B. 1.. Wynn. 1011 W. Dvnral ;I .. -# .
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WASHINGTON. Former Reliable sources said that rack
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Tops Field To' Pay $3,951CHICAGO. boxing champ Jake laMotta, eteers telephoned LaMotta in ad.
Ignoring a reported underworld vance of the hearings and threatened *
r death threat, confessed to Senate to murder him if he implicated
Of Qualifiers .- World Investigators that he threw a 1947 certain persons in his tejtixnony. -
I featherweight champion Davey ; : : :* i A L fight in exchange' for a crack at .
Moore was ordered to pay 13,951 i the middleweight title. Asked ny the Senate jnvestiga-
ST. LOUIS. +
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) Fleming to former in breach C j r tors whether he
had
been
a manager a s The'37-year-old "Bronx Bull" admitted threatened *
t t Cody rose ,from'the 46-year-old Negro golfer who of contract case here. 1 his loss to Billy Fox in a LaMotta said he had not
ranks of the caddies ; '
been.
to become champion of the ..Para Gus Latsis, a wholesale producer light-heavyweight bout at Madison
mount Golf dealer and manager of amateur Square garden November 14, 1947, But after a moment's hesitation.-
Club _
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tournament here, .. -" '- was fixed. He said he .Ly"playacting"
made fighters) charged in the suit that :: J. was ot "I'm
history recently when he .le added quietly, not afraid
topped a. field 'of 63 qualifiers for Moore signed a contract Jan. 1, when the referee. .for myself." Then, suddenly becoming
the National Poblte 1957. stipulating that he should ) Stopped the match in the fourth he shouted.It...
Links championships COMPETITORS IN OUTBOARD RACES angry
round and Fox TKO vic:
pay 50 per cent. of her earnings gave a
scheduled to be held is and I'm not afraid of none of them
,r Honolulu In earl! July to Latxis.Lalsi Inc. an* hwn Hi to I1Icr's \\;:.H 15 h"ld at New Ber- tory. rats."
Cody, who was returned said he advanced Moore 'Tlir.v are 1WISI BrMtl1.t fin *-r lh,* Si.. Johns River July LaMotta conceded he lied about In a signed deposition given to
champion by default In the M. $2.951 but the contract wail never .': Brll. yap Harrtfir.. Ar 4, brnnnins. at 3 p.m. Invitations the fix to the New York District Senate staff investigators last
Paramount
\ tournament at fulfilled and he never received his 1 I Marlin IUJ. JC'-lsos, Rrdi have been extended to the, Attorney's office when, it investigated month LaMotta had said he was
Forest
just before ,the Honolulu trialsopened Part share cf the earnings. He also : i and lf*>n N:--lr-on. The t piiblx.. the bout. He said he told the. offered $10,000 to throw the bout
with charged Moore had previously truth because the statute of limita- with Fox. He named Bill Daley
f. par) IA leading a nifty the 141 (one over signed a contract with William tions had run its course and he and Frank (Blinky) Palermo as
fiers. He was followed National closely Quali by Ketcham. 52. New York. his pros' Annual Outboard New could York not authorities.now be prosecuted by the men who put up the bribe
ent but it
kept secret
manager a money.
Warren Saunders
143 Bud COnk.
lin. 144 ; from him. LaMotta said he took a dive i& But in his testimony, he said be
all white, and contestants.Allen Credeur The 144, In the court settlement, Judge Races Set for Julv the Fox fight in return for a shot didn't know who put up the money.
ing candidate were qualify Joseph Sam Perry ordered Mooreto ., 4 at the middleweight crown. whch :JHe said word of the bribe offer} .,
Jy white. overwhelming pay $2,951. plus $500 interest he won in 1949 from the late Mar* ':was passed along to him by his;
Cody and the and another $)()O for breach of The Sixth Southeastern annual Outboard Races, sponsored by eel Ccrdan a French-Algerian box- T>r. hcr, "Joey" (Joseph LaMotta)
will receive two runnen-up contract. Moore agreed tn pay the Npwi Berlin Outboard Motor Club Inc.. Trill he held on the St. fro But even with the rigging of He said he decided to go alongwith
Honolulu for expense the -free trips to money Sept 19 after an August s.... River...---.--at--New----_Berlin. ,---.July 4, beginning_. at 3 p.m. the Fox fight he said, he still had the fix while in training. He
National, which e u. oiu'jjut pruiuam: uirccior,'-- --- 'to $20.000 to Cerdan's
fight in Tokyo.100Yard pay man said his spleen had
win be played at the Ala Wai golf that word has been re Swimming Pool, assisted: by his aver "and representative" for the knew be would be ruptured and'he
in
course, beginning : from Mobile. Orlando and difficulty
July 11. coworkers.A
privilege of fighting Cerdan in a if Fox
hit him hard
I -' there.
A civil service clerk employed points: that their groups trill rater ski ht111 be directed bout at Detroit.
by the Department of Defense Dash In here. They further state by Sammy Nathan. Appropriate But he said that Fox did not
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Cody is a native of Savannah 9.4 this year ,they will compete music will be furnished by a LaMotta testified before a Senate hurt him icrioosly. He said he.just
Ga. Seconds .
3 Times ( Anti-Trust Sub-committee
He moved rebuilt and faster type rac- jazz band. trying retended to be "helpless" until
to St. Louie fa 1948. He than before. to determine whether there the referee stopped the fight.
Invitations have been extended
started In golf u-a caddie but his. ', SALEM Oregon.' (ANP) cross-channel swimming ,to the public to attend this July has been and is now a conspiracy The controversial match drew a
natural flair for the game IO Jf Harry Jerome, a freshman at the l! ; race will be under' 4 presentation. There will be no between underworld elements and storm of criticism from New York
carried him to.higher stakes University of Oregon ran the 100- supervision Julius Guinyard. charge for admission. others to maintain monopoly con sportswriters at the time. TheyCAROUSEL
TALLAHASSEE ...;. yard dash in '9.4 seconds three d _of Jefferson' Street trol over major boxing contests.
; Nearly 100
times in three days.
college and high school coaches :
Jrom" a native of North Van.couvrr. .
from 11 states as far away as Illinois ,
took-in the five-day Florida l British Columbia j jx being
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HURST HALL--A view of Hurst Hn11-t en's Dormitory is seen APT. FOU RENTConveniently

GRADUATING SENIORS--First row: Rachel Brooks,Ruch Kirkland, in this Salute to Edwnrd-;1nters Coll ego "which, two _rreel&abo '.4

Lillie Hall, 1/illa Henderson, Annette Hill, Shady Richardson held its first graduation as a 4-yr. collo ink years. I locate
Rowena Johnson, Rubye Banks, Edith Bonner, Mildred It marks a giant step forward for the A1IE Institutionudor: ; with one bedroom,
Geiger, Wallace V/eatherstee, Mary- Hurr hreyjllelvina Miller; the guidance of Dr. "1. B. Stewart, The progress of the I living; room, L7.ebdiiarxd
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