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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 2, 1962
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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00613

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Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 2, 1962
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:
UF00028362:00613

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cratic Committeeman [ White Woman Admits Submitting:

received 7,468 votes in As Thanks Jax Citizen
Tuesday's second pri- Simpson
t Negro Faces Rape Trial
maries but was short of .

enough to win the elec- Organizing of a city and county citizens
police report of the alleged attempted rape
tion. group to 11"ll- for
wagean out'campaign job
of a white woman by a 19-year-old Negro early. ,
Taking the lead with opportunities and civil
rights
was announced -
last month has brought to light the somewhat odd

13,692 votes was Richard A 4 circumstances, surrounding the incident. by Eric 0. Simpson in a thank you

Barker, the incumbent message in which he said:
According to testimony tempted to rape her a
followed by Allen (Chick
Acosta with 9,865 votes. given police officersby week earlier. Williamsis I wish to express my deepest gratitude to

Impson who is the victim, she was supposed to have ad- the 7,468 citizens of Duval County who

publisher of the Florida lying in bed reading a mitted under police cast their vote for me and also say thanks

newspaper around 3 o' questioning that he did to those whose votes were lost and to
Star still remains
clock in the morning of' rape the woman, and that hundreds of others who contrib. ted their
Florida's top Negro vote Robert Butts (fifth from left), receives ;
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FROM ALL OF US
April 1. when a Negro he had had a gun at the time 'and efforts to OUR campaign for
getter with a record of- of the Jax Branch NAACP
best wished from Rutledge Pearson, president
walked into her bedroom time. police reported equality and civil rights for all-
15,141 vote cast for and fellow Youth Council members Wednesday night following his accep- ,
clad in his undershirtand finding a .25 caliber I am especially grateful to'those persons
him in the 1959 Civil tance into the U.S.* Peace Corps. Butts left Friday for his orientation.
carrying a gun in who donated the use of their cars and to
Service race. study at Indiana university. on hand to bid him bon voyage were: Eugene -
his hand. She told police civic workers who passed out literature as.
Earl Johnson who was Stinson, Miss Marjorie Butts, Pearson, the honoree, Roderick Free-
that the said."Don't
man well as those organizations that supportedOUR
defeated in the May 8. man, William Holden, Herman Grice and Quilla Jones. Butt is the first
be frightened" candidacy for good gc.Jt.ot't: : and pro
primaries for County volunteer from the Jax area to join the Corps.
as he approached her gress. -
Commission Dist. 2,
runs as number 2 vote ( Royal Art Studio Photo ) bed. The high percentage of votes cast for

getter with 13.555 votes The 40-year-old woman Simpson out of the total number of votes

to his crediit. with Telephone Co. Kennedy Says Membership described how in she her'sales-state- cast by Negro citizens is proof that we

Simpson gaining ment will not be misled by false Negro leaders
7,468
Drive Steps r.;"4talked'ther. attacker out -
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of about : 'J who supportTwnitcTcandidates 'over Negroes
votes out 8.1500 NAACP Target Civil RightsWASHINGTON her by
o f raping
votes cast by Negroes, bidding for office out of a selfish desireto
submit to
Up ProgramPERRY agreeing to
the State Democratic TAMPA The Florida During an be 'kingpins' in the Negro area.
The recent him and by promisingnot
Committee candidate NAACP has filed a pro- address delivered before We committed many errors in this cam-
to "cause him any
'no-true" bill given
drew a larger percentage test with the southern the 55th annual X paign, most serious of all I believe, was
reportinghim.
a local constable by a trouble by
of votes than Johns Bell Telephone Company's convention of the not getting to enough individuals and groupto

who polled 13,555 out personnel division in American Jewish Commit- Taylor county grand the intimacy, the solicit their support. But we hope to
jury over the fatal After
of more 20,000 votes Jacksonville seeking an tee, Atty. Gen. RobertF. profit by our mistakes by correcting .them
reportedly
pistol shooting of a' woman
cast by Negroes. explanation why Negroes Kennedy said that 19-year old Negro youth questioned the suspect, JAMES L. WILLIAMS in any future campaign.We .

Like Johnson's race have been refused jobs the progress of civil .Testimony Conflicting cannot stop now. tine must get a Negroin
had
May 5, has stepped up as to how he gotten, '
Simpson was not sup- with the organization. rights in the U.S. "is and office. If not Simpson or Johnson oi
activity of the recently into the house, was
ported by a few minor Robert Saunders, as important as the organized NAACP Branch told by the man that he automatic at his home. Shaw, then someone else. But let's put a

organizations: but unlike Florida NAACP field sec- race for outer space." here. had entered through a On April II, Williamswas Negro in office.

the May 8 electionsin retary, stated he had Judge Thurgood Mar- As a result, the local kitchen window by removing bound over for This election has taught us many things.

which a large chunkof affidavits from three shall former head The criminal court action'by For one thing we need to get more Negro
branch, under the militant a screen. '
votes were detractedfrom Negro women stating they legal counsel for the leadership of Rev. woman stated that she Judge Joby Jones on citizens registered There are so many

Johnson, the lack refused jobs in Cocoa NAACP, was also present J.P. Bentley, president, called her doctor--Dr. charges of breaking and residents in upper Moncrief, recently

of support from the because they were Marshall, recently appointed is conducting a 1,000 Samuel Welk--after the entering and assault moved out, whc did not reregister..Andabove

traitor groups did Ne groes. to a federal persons membership drive suspect had left and was with intent to commit all we need a thor ugh voter educa-

not affect Simpson's The Misses Barbara judgeship by President allied with a massive advised to notify the rape.. Williams is being tion program to teach people how to use

votes. Meeks Jean Miller and Kennedy, was presentedthe .voter-registration. The Sheriff's Office. in held in county Jail the voting machines properly.We .

Observers noted that Callie Johnson, all American Liberties investi- under $10,000 bond need to organize hundreds of men and
program also calls for their report,
the majority of Negro high school graduates Medallion, and was complete elimination of gating officers stated pending court action. women interested in advancement for Negroes -

citizens who went out said they were told by a cited as a "pioneering need men and women who are interested -
segregation in publicly that by the time they We
to vote supported Simp- Mrs. Tucker, a Southern advocate of equality operated facilities. arrived at the victim'sresidence School PlayDenounced in leading the fight for better

son, having realized Bell employe at Cocoa under the law. for our children,
Exonerated of chargesin she had already streets, playgrounds
that the groups who that the company did not Marshall is awamtfng .
the pistol death.of attended to her By better schools.We
failed to 'carry" bin hire Negro operators.The confirmation to his
Joseph Hill Dumas, 19; intimate hygene and had want men, women and young people who
on their tickets did so woman was also post by the U.S.
was Constable Henry taken a bath. Also, the will help us wage the fight for better
only out of personal quoted as saying, "We Senate.. Mississippi Coast MinistersSAN
Sauls.Information. screen outside of the jobs in downtown stores, for Negro tele-
monetary interest. don't hire Negroesyoucan Senator James Eastlandis
window through which the for the putting on of
Simpson said he ,was get Jobs as janitors said to be delayingthe FRANCISCO Two phone operators,

positive he lost several "or maids." confirmation in the Vague attacker was supposed to major Negro ministerial ., light and meter readers, Negro firemen,

Circumstances sur- have entered had been backed Cali- for jobs for Negroes on the highways and
hundred votes due to Saunders said the three Senate. groups by
rounding young Dumas' replaced.A fornia's lieutenant toll bridges.
difficulties voters young women answered an Kennedy told the
death have been shroudedin week later, on April. 'is invited to the Duval Civic
governor are leading Men+
the a
were experiencing with advertisement in the meeting that vigor

the voting machines. He Cocoa-Tribune. and faith of every numerous and con- 8. 19-year-old James hot racial controversayover League. If you want to join in the fight

flicting reports with Leroy Williams was ar- progress fill out the blank below and
a musical versionof for
said he did not know American is needed in
Integration Plan State's Atty. Randle .rested and charged with P.O. Box 5B1,
whether the numerous re the fight for freedomand the Mark Twain novel mail to Duval Civic League,
Slaughter of Live Oak vagrancy when he went
'Huckleberry Finn." Jacksonville 1, Florida.
of machines jam- the right to vote.
ports College Ponders telling one reporter to the County Patrol
A resolution Issued
due to foul by NAME .
was
ming that the state could Office to get his car.
lack of Attorneys Fight the Baptist Ministers' '
play or to ST. PETERSBURG The prosecute only if the The vehicle had been ,.'"
of operationof Union, and the Inter-
'knowledge board of trustees of picked up by county of- ,
grand jury rendered a denominational Minis- ADDRESS
the machines on the Florida Presbyterian For (tier's Life true bill. ficers the night before terial Alliance declared -

part of voters. College voted Thursdayto Robert Saunders, State at.the foot of Lee Road
"He shock-
: are
The newspaper publishersaid consider admitting where Williams claimedhe PHONEI
NAACP field executive,
for ed by the aggressive
plea
"I have no immediate ATLANTA A
: students when the was forced to leaveit
Negro told the STAR Wednesdaythat
plans to run for, commutation to life imprisonment disregard shown by the
school moves into its the organizationwas after it broke down.
of a Negro school authorities (at
office, but I assure
any in police said Williamstold l
permanent into the
looking
of one thing, with campus sentenced to death for George Washington High want to join the Duval Civic League.
that after his
you them
of next
September
year. perry situation, but had
white man School ) for the when the next meeting
who are dis- slaying a Please notify me
poeple
the The school's permanent not yet as previously car broke down he went
with the so- has been taken under feelings and sensitivi- will be held.
satisfied campus is now under con- reported, transmitted a to a house on Lee Road,
the ties of the
leadershiphere advisement Negro -
called Negro house in whichhe -- -
the only
struction in St. Petersburg protest action to the
organizing Georgia state pardon parents and students." .
we're A 10-year plan for Department of Justice in saw light. He said he
going to clean and Parole Board. Lt. Gov. Glenn Ander- Denies Charge In Slaying OfSTUART
and we're the college calls for a Washington signed by did not go to the front
again The condemned man, son openly endorsedthe
start
house and $13,351,500 budget 48 Duaas brothers, Charles ,door but to a window. He I
for better Leon Davis, 41, were ministers' stand. White Woman
fighting per cent of which will and Jerry, and his said he saw a white woman ,
one of four The NAACP has asked
Negroeswho
playgrounds
streets, be spent on construction niece Joanne. Saundersdid by the window and ---A 22yearoldNegro sectetary, Lucy Wething-
and all the together killed Negroes to boycott the,
;:':more Jobs during the next two say that the situation knocked, hoping to use charged with the ron 26, of Hobe Sound,
James Etheridge Glenn, show, scheduled at the
frights; of- which. we are years. is being looked her telephone Williams murder of a white woman last April 20.
a 26-year-old white high school June 1 and
'.:'feeing deprived.. The 'announcement of the into.. stated that she picked.. has pleaded innocent. to The state charged
farmer, in 1959. IF 2, because Negro, students' -
proposed integrationplan Attorneys Clarence Witnessed Shooting up her purse and he rollsare"Demeaning" charge of first degree Williams entered the

: :was made oy Board thought she might have a murder. company office and
Hayfield of Savannahand The
Chairman philip Lee of Earlier reports stated gun. He reportedly ran from strangled Miss wething-

'ir averagd condi ; Jacksonville Lee, who Morgan Sanford of Joseph Hill Dumas Jr. bone, leaving his disabled NAACP objected because>, nearby Edward Gomez Williams denied the ton in a washroom in
:
Atlanta, told the board Negro students are
tons, a Florida Fresh- is resigning the chairmanship was shot in the back by car where it was. charge before Circuit the rear of the build-
: they plan to take"H cast as slaves.principal .
Iter bass will grow to,' gave no, reason the constable while his However, Williams was judge C. P. Trowbridge. ing. He was arrestedtwo

length of one foot. :f. for leaving the pot, .fee as corpus action in hands were up and that identified in a police o. A. Williams was charged in blocks from the
federal court if schmaelzle stated that
'''''r. a weight of one has held since the the incident was lid by the victim as the strangulation of *. ''''' :.
decency denied witnessed by his niece the show would go on as
its first college's charter in thf BB who hod at-
round in .... Davis. scheduled. white landscape colony e *
and two brothersf
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ERIC 0, SIMPSON NN -......Mattiii Eft* '.. ., -. The 'National of Colored Association People has for called the Advancement upon --

AIYSOH E. WISL.. __Jim Efitf -; its members and friends throughout the

country to contribute to the Augusta Defense -

I. HILDA WOQIEN..N..__..N Crcriate Mag :;. ...:., Fund being raised to defend 14 Neg-

.." roes indic ed for murder and other crimesin

MAIN: OFFICE & PUNT: -j the slaying of a 16-year-old white

youth. .
2323 Mcacrief Road........Ptoe! Elgi 4-6782 El 4-fi7E3 } s N. .1 In a letter to all units of the Association -'

4 .1I .- : Executive Secretary Roy Nilkins set
Making Address I :'
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P, 0. _Box 561, JacksMrik '1, FtoMa L..2 and urged the branches to
.: : hold fund-raising rallies and

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'." Florida Star P. 0. Box 561 ,.'_.- out, 'really began last

Jacksonville 1, Florida March 15th when our Paine College chap-

ter, utilizing tickets purchased by an
) $;
Ii JAX MINORITY COMMUHTTY .- NAACP official sat integrated at the
"" Sif
J
." ., Harlem Glooe Trotters basketball game.
-..
COULD PREVENT CRIME WAVE ;:;;. PAR -S'v The next day, the youth council conducted
f1TJREAT 5' Kt M +yL.i a: play-in at May Park, a city-owned facil-

\Ve wholeheartedly endorse the recent --i-- !: ity reserved for whites. They were refused

editorial in the Philadelphia Tribune permission to use the park, assaulted by

which deplored the all-too-frequent stab- ONLY IF THEY REGISTER AND VOTE adults and ousted by a city recreation official -

1 bings, robbings and shooting of Negroesby -- and the police. ,

Negroes--in Philadelphia. And like the There followed a selective buying cam-

Quaker City, we in Jacksonville face simi- paign to secure jobs, service and courtesyin

lar situations. Hardly a day passes here : .._ white-owned retail establishments. in
that some terrible type of situation occurs ::; ---- Your Weekly response to this action by the NAACP

youth lunch counters in downtown Augustawere
invQlving men as well as women and ,

youth--most often under the slightest Horoscope Guide desegregated. During the campaign,

the pickets and demonstrators were assaulted -
provocation. .. ...
4' \Vho is responsible for these unsavory incidents By PABLO The ASTROLOGER by angry whites while police stood

+ which gives the Negroes such 'an idly by. '

"image" which is undeserved by the law- WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR For several days prior to the fatal

abiding majority? shooting of Leslie Lee Luttes on April 29,

Like the Tribune, we think that it is BUSINESS LIVE TRAVEL marauding bands of white youths drove

about time for the "influential voices" through Negro neighborhoods hurling rocks

in the community, the Masons, Elks, Daugh- -- : and attempting to intimidate colored resi-

;' ter Elks, Greek Letter groups, Churches, ARIES dents. In the car in which Luttes was rid-
that should leave you more pend too much on your key associations and -
and the hundreds of clubs and others Born March monetary ing through a Negro district on the nightof
21st firmly entrenched in friends
a or loved ones to position. ideal days
which meet regularly to raise protests thru the shooting, police found a gun anda
April
19thIf position of prestige and provide advice as they may for individual initiativeand
against the use of firearms and other bag of rocks.
l importance. Your career be thoroughly mistaken or the use of your instincts -
controls should be regulated by law enforcement you are holding the and Nine of the 14 accused Negroes, includingsix
financial prospects overly optimistic influencing are the 1st-2nd.
officers.The Job for which you are teenagers, were indicted for murder. /
would be considerably to take
STAR offers all of its services and eminently fitted, or have you a 710881665718SAGITTARIUS Five others were indicted for riot in
enhanced
through your per- course that will lead you
interested achieved your goal of connection with their alleged activitieson
facilities to law abiding citizenry independence -
sonal or public associations away from your goal or re
4 in reducing these awesome acts and self-suf- the night of the slaying.At .
if you exploit them wards.
Born Nov. 23rd thru
of crime. ficiency. you should rest the request of the parents and local
4 with intensity and finesse 6-20-55-17-76-625
Dec. 21st
+ We must also see to it that the lawless on your laurels. Don't NAACP units, the Association entered the
.
r You will have to The who have
elements among us learn to settle their allow dissatisfaction to Sagittarians case in defense of the young men. The
be
extremely watchful in VIRGO
differences without resorting to physical set 1n, or the illusion lived up to the highest battery of defense lawyers includes NAACP
order to prevent malicious Born Aug. 23rd thru
of their idealis-
potential
violence--and mayhem. that there are greater General Counsel Robert L. Carter, of New
individuals from obtaining Sept. 22nd tic should find that
victories sign York Frank D. Reeves
to be gained by City; Washington,
DIseFmehtNotNIxtDoc(I taking chances. Review information about you which You.may put your severest it could be materially as D. C. ; and John Ruffin and John D. \\atkins\
they could use to your critics to rout by showing
well as spiritually re-
what you have acccaplished of Augusta. The Association is representing -

Too many liberals lose their liberalitywhen to date, and if you are detriment. Those who are them that you can react warding. Partnership enterprises 13 of the 14 accused.
envious and desirous of decisions and do the also
the cause they espouse touches themas satisfied with what you may prove
discrediting you. may not things they did not believe -
their
efficacy through
individuals. The current racially dis- see, reaffirm
your intension -
be too scrupulous about Yes We AH Talk .
criminatory housing policies in the East- to consolidate and you capable of at- stepped-up returns and the ,

wick redevelopment are a case in point and stand pat. Any other ideas what they say or do in tempting. If the wedding expansion of their theater, SUBSIDIARY MOTIONS

make peculiarly the that order to serve their own bells are ringing out. let of operations. ,
significant theme of creep in during the By Marcus H. Boulware
ends, at
a recent book, "But Not Next Door. rest of the quarter are your expense. this happen late on the 4-80-77-18-98-487
2nd or early 3rd to insurea One class of parlia- thought that the members
810991431819CANCER
Liberals interested in living in Eastwick not likely to be sound or
long and happy union. A mentary motions is will be willing to vote
and in the. Qeerfield project build near practical, and they shouldbe CAPRICORNBorn called
Chicago by philadelphia's Morris Milpram banished forthright promising development related Dec. 22nd thru 'subsidiarymotions' upon the motion one way

Born June 22nd thru to your vocation or and the or another. This however -
are loud in their support of open occupancy especially on the 3rd Jan. 19th
motions in this class is one procedurefor
July 22nd private life should also
until the colored buyer moves 7th. 8th. There are ad- You may take jour bows if have
for their purpose getting rid of the
help to lift spirits
your
next door. tional signs that your established You can be made to feel you have earned the kudos
around this time. Don't getting rid of the motion before the house.
The book deals particularly with Mil- gainful endeavors Just as welcome as the of your neighbors rela- main motion, either
fret if commercial or tem- Among the motions in
gram's troubles in the Illinois Communitywhen are the main next person when you put your tives and close associatesAnd
porarily or permanently.The the
worldly affairs can't seem subsidiary classare
he erected housing with the specific sources of income and yourself out to appear to gild the lily you
to get up steam as the motion 'to amend"belongs : the motion to post-
purpose of promoting intergroup living. personal stability whereas charming and attractive.Cast may have earned a just reward -
slowdown is purely transi- to this class pone definitely, referto
The,..Deer field ,case will, likely reach the all adventures and aside all traces of in the form of a job
and has for its a committee lay
540331287543kLRR purpose on
Supreme Court of the United States, since enterprises that are reserve or inferiority complexes promotion a raise in pay the
changing the wording of table call for the
a majority of the bigots are clinging speculative In nature on the 1st2nd.. or the kind of work for previous
A the main motion so as to question limitor
tenaciouslytp their untenable position. could leave you holding an See what a difference this which you are eminently
Born Sept. 23rd thru make it more agreeableto extend limit of debate -
For,* those Philadelphians who find their empty purse. could make in the attitudes qualified.
Oct. 23rdNO the members. when amend, and post-
of homes in the Eastwick redevelopment -
occupancy of those you may wish to
4-20-11-17-23-421 8-60-44-13-54-864 this Is pone indefinitely.
matter what else you done it is
being blocked by one subter-
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TAURUS have on the fire drop it. AQUARIUS |r -- -
fuee-after another, "But Not Next Door" take definite steps if you
is niust' reading. incidents like thisfurnishTan Born April 20th thru want to take a summer 'and take up the offers that Born Jan. 20th thru I

added challenge to those con- May 20th cruise, or study course. mean a job. professional or Feb. 18th

cernfd-about the international- 'image' There are so many excel- The desire to build up a financial advancement. it Get whatever is comingto r.4. :, .

ancPprestige of the United 'States.Philadelphia. lent prospects during this cushion of security for would be worth any sacri- you or find out the

--- ( Tribune) first quarter that they the days that lie ahead fice that is demanded of reason why it is being

nay go to your head. That you to obtain the advan- ,
may be satisfied all the withheld. Although the
GOY' Irowii Wens Eftafon is when you could be more readily when you have tages or privileges that tendency to be extrava- I

caught napping by rivals made the fullest of are indicated by forceful
California's "Dro ts" use gant seems to be a rather
competitors or Individuals planetary vibrations. The .
skills and talents. permanent one. you stand to t
Last* weekend, we ,found much encouragement who use friendship as a The tendency to float benefits could also be ofa gain on the 2nd. It may I x

in- an article which revealed Cali- insy to your safe. Make through life should be replaced long-range nature making be due to wise invest- .

forrti ,.; ..Governor Edmund (PatBrown's con- .good use of your persmali- by; a vigorous program any changes imposed on you ments or sheer luck but ', :.:.,.,"''',

cernraver school dropouts in that state. ty and social or business of self-development. intriguing as well as it does not matter as

Although C'"nl ffornia' s. ,dropout record report connections to raise tasteful and costly social worth-while. There are long as your ends are

"H-U{ :, ,'', is not as high as those in many capital or put through projects pursuits should also be always some who cannot see served.

stat&.s,.* concern by the, state's. 'first that are financially abandoned in order to conserve anything but the dark 2-70-66-19-28-276

citizent-Uis most commendatory.Spewing'to proaislng. marriage with your vital and side, and you would be .>

a special manpower conference someone who Bay be classedas material resources for well-advised to steer

sponsored t" by the California Teachers Association a friend of long standing things that are really clear of them before they PISCES
Born Feb. 19th thru
Gov. Grown said college gradu- cay be the' lot of the worth-while. imbue you with their pes- v

ates have a much brighter jobprospectsfuture Taureans whose circumstances simism. Be content with March 20thIt

+ than students who go to work after make this pos- 9-e0-22-15-45-- things as they are. and may be due : your

school. He pointed out that boys and girls sible. The rites for June make short work of propo- spirit of adventure, or _
LEO to circumstances in
who ,drop out of high. school are headingfor weddings will insure hap- Born July 23rd thru sitions that require your
life which d
desperate chances to acquire you Em neces-
certain trouble. The state chief piness and prosperity for 22nd
Aug. sary to leave behind that
executive also revealed that his suggested both if performed on the wealth overnight.
Take advantage of excel- the urge to live lifeas
training-program -school dronouts would late Zed or early 3rd. ,Dissension 4-30-22-12-86-432 your KEN KNIGHT
lent
planetary configuration you please may originateYou
benefit for und could arise, if
he ofrnrime Negro Mexican you -
to place your economy SCORPIO seem to posses all the Invites You To Listen To-
youths-faced: with an unskilled future because become too domineering.
much Born Oct. 24th thru
on a sounder basis luck and advantages

they dropped out of school before -60-11-12-21-651 than it may have previously Nov. 22ndAs could desire to make you the ; "KNIGHT TRAIN"Starting

coll g ....___ >. GEMINI enjojed. Benefits cay come this promises to be the preliminary investigationson

We' ve-'found hope that Gov. Brown's program Born. May 21st thru through legacies new alliances best quarter of the month the 1st-2nd, and to implement At 7OO p.m. Nightly i _

might become infectious in our southern June 21st insurance paymentsor you would be forward- them as quickly as

areas where the school dropout prob- Some exceptionally fine sound investments. It looking if you take the possible thereafter. 1400 WRHC -1400

lemszhaveureached a major crisis stage. opportunities are heralded Bay be wiser D"t to de- steps that reinforce your 3-00-30-13-72-393 _

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AIYSON E. WlSE.... ...-Hews Eftr.CirctM ; +s:. Ir J a its members and friends throughout the

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HILDA WOOTEH............... Hag* .; !: ['" Fund being raised to defend 14 Neg-
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MAIN OFFICE & PUNT: : I the slaying of a 16-year-old white

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2323 Moncrief Road.......Phase Elgin 4-6782 El 4-S783 I );'2.. youth.a 'letter to all units of the Associa-'

tion, Executive Secretary Roy ttilkins set

Haling Address: ;- rr ..C Si J forth the background of the Augusta story

P.:,O.Joi 561, Jr bode t 1 ftrida hold and urged fund-raising the branches rallies and to

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., ,,::', The Augusta story, he pointed -
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Florida Box 561
Star P. 0. 10 .
Jacksonville 1, Florida s March 15th when our Paine College chap- '

: ter, utilizing tickets purchased by an

-: MX MINORITY COMMUNITY i ? NAACP official sat integrated at the

: ; ., .131 Harlem Glooe Trotters basketball game.

1 ..COULD) PREVENT CRIME WAVEWe .: The next day, the youth council conducted
,>'; a play-in at May Park a city-owned facil-

wholeheartedly endorse the recent .", ity reserved for whites. They were refused

k editorial in the Philadelphia Tribune : -- permission to use the park, assaulted by

which deplored the all-too-frequent stab- ONLY IF THEY REGISTER AND VOTE adults and ousted by a city recreation of-

bings, robbings and shooting of Negroes-- ficial and the police. ,

by Negroes--in Philadelphia. And like the There followed a selective buying cam-

Quaker City, we in Jacksonville face simi- paign to secure jobs, service and courtesyin

lar situations. Hardly a day passes here white-owned retail establishments. In
Weekly to this action by the NAACP
that some terrible type of situation occurs Your response

involving men as well as women and youth, lunch counters in downtown Augustawere

youth--most often under the slightest Horoscope Guide desegregated. During the campaign,

the pickets and demonstrators were assaulted t
provocation. ..
for these incidents by angry whites while police stood
Who is responsible unsavory By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER ,
which gives the Negroes such an"image" idly by. .

which is undeserved by the law- WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR For several days prior to the fatal '

abiding majority? shooting of Leslie Lee Luttes on April 29,

Like the Tribune we think that it is r BUSINESS 1 LOYE TRAVEL marauding bands of white youths drove

about time for the "influential voices" through Negro neighborhoods hurling rocks

in the community, the Masons, Elks, Daugh- 1 and attempting to intimidate colored reside -

Churches ARIES ts. In the car in which Luttes was rid-
Elks Greek Letter ,
ter groups,
that should leave pend too much
you more on your key associations and monetary -
and the hundreds of clubs and others B.orn ing through a Negro district on the nightof
March
21st firmly entrenched in friends loved
a or ones to position. ideal days
raise protests the shooting, police found a gun anda
to
which meet regularly thru
April 19thIf position of prestige and provide advice as they may for individual initiativeand
the of firearms and other bag of rocks.
against use importance. be the of
thoroughly mistaken instincts
Your career or use your -
controls should be regulated by law enforcement you are holding the Nine of the 14 accused Negroes, including ,
and
financial the
1st-2nd.
prospects overly optimistic, influencing are
officers.The Job for which you are six teenagers, were indicted for murder.
would be considerably to take '
you a
STAR offers all of its services and eminently fitted, or have 710881665718SAGITTARIUS Five others were indicted for riot in
enhanced that
through course will lead
your per- you
facilities to law abiding citizenry interested achieved your goal of inde- sonal or public associa- away from your goal or re connection with their alleged activitieson
in reducing these awesome acts pendence and self-suf- the night of the slaying.
tions, if exploit them wards.
you Born Nov. 23rd thru
ficiency. you should rest At the request of the parents and local
of crime.We .
iI with intensity .and fi- 6-20-55-17 76-625 Dec. 21st
must also see to it that the lawless on your laurels. Don't NAACP units, the Association entered the
will have
You to
nesse. The who have
elements among us learn to settle their allow dissatisfaction to be extremely watchful in VIRGO Sagittarians case in defense of the young men. The
set tn lived up to the highest battery of defense lawyers includes NAACP
differences without resorting to physical or the Illusion
order to prevent malicious Born Aug. 23rd thru
potential of their idealis-
violence--and mayhem. that there are greater General Counsel Robert L. Carter, of New
Individuals from obtaining Sept. 22nd tic sign should find that
{ York City Frank D. Reeves
victories to be gained by ; Washington
Deagngofion fine lit Not Ned Door I taking chances. Review information about you which YOU.may put your severest it could be materially as D. C. ; and John Ruffin and John D. S atkins
they could to
use critics to rout
your by showing well as spiritually re-
what you have accomplished of Augusta. The Association is representing

Too many liberals lose their liberalitywhen to date, and if you are detriment. Those who are them that you can react warding. Partnership enterprises 13 of the 14 accused.
envious and desirous of decisions, and do the also
may prove
the cause they espouse touches themas satisfied with what you
discrediting you, may not did not believe
things they -
their efficacy through
individuals. The current racially dis- feat*
see ira
your intention -
Yes We AH Talky
be too scrupulous about of at-
you capable stepped-up returns and the ,
criminatory housing policies in the East- to consolidate and
what they say or do in tempting. If the wedding expansion of their theaterof
.
wick redevelopment in and stand
are a case point pat. My other ideas SUBSIDIARY MOTIONS
order to serve their own bells are ringing out, let operations.
make peculiarly significant the theme of that creep in during the ends at By Marcus H. Boulware
your expense. this happen late on the
a recent book, "But Not Next Door. rest of the quarter are 4-80-77-18-98-487 class
One of parlia- thought that the members
2nd or early 3rd to insurea
Liberals interested in living in Eastwickand not likely to be sound or 810091431819CANCER
mentary motions is will be willing to vote
long and happy union. A
in the, peerfield project build near practical and they shouldbe CAPRICORNBorn called
'subsidiarymotions' the motion
upon one
Chicago by .Philadelphia s Morris Milpraware banished forthright promising development related Dec. 22nd thru way
vocation or and the or another. This, how- ,
Born June 22nd thru to
your
loud in their of especially the Jan. 19th
support open oc- on 3rd motions in this class
ever, is
life should also one procedurefor
cupancy until the colored buyer moves 7th, 8th. There are ad- July 22nd private You may take your bows if have for their
help to lift your spirits purpose getting rid of the
next door. tional signs that your established You can be made to feel around this time. Don't you have earned the kudos getting rid of the motion before the house.

The book deals particularly with Mil- gainful endeavors just as welcome as the of your neighbors, rela- main motion, either tem-
Among the motions in
if commercial or
fret
gram's troubles in the Illinois Communitywhen are the main next person when you put your tives and close associatesAnd porarily or permanently.The the subsidiary classare
affairs can't
he erected housing with the specific sources of income and yourself out to appear worldly seen to gild the lily, you motion
to get up steam, as the "to amend"belongs : the motion to post-
purpose of promoting intergroup living. persocal stability, whereas charming and attractive.Cast may have earned a just reward -
to this class pone definitely, referto
slowdown is purely transi-
The_Deer field .case will likely reach the all adventures and aside all traces of 5403312S7S43JJLERA in the form of a job and has for its purpose a committee, lay on

Supreme: CourtT of the United States since enterprises that are reserve or inferiority com- promotion, a raise in pay changing the wording of the table, call for the

a majority"of the bigots are clinging speculative in nature plexes, on the 1st2nd.See or the kind of work for the main motion so as to previous question, limitor

tenaciously: tp their .untenable position. could leave you holding an what a difference this Born Sept. 23rd thru which you are eminently make it more agreeableto extend limit of debate

For: Philadelphians who find their empty purse. could make in the attitudesof Oct. 23rdNO qualified. the members. when amend, and post-

occupancy of homes in the Eastwick redevelopment those you may wish to 8-60-44-13-54-664
4-20-11-17-23-421 matter what else you this is done, it is pone indefinitely.
being blocked by one subter- Impress. You should also
TAURUS have on the fire, drop it. AQUARIUSBorn I' "
.after 'But Next Door"isiinusf
fug another Not take definite steps if you >t, you
Born April 20th thru and take up the offers that Jan. 20th thru I
like this
; ,reading. incidents want to take a summer
May 20th mean a job, professional or Feb. 18th
to those
furnish'an'added challenge con- cruise, or study course. r '
cern> d-.about the international 'image' There are so cany% excel- The desire to build up a financial advancement. It Get whatever is comingto 4\

ancPpreslige of the United, 'States. lent prospects during this cushion of security for would be worth any sacri- you or find out the I

(Philadelphia Tribune) first quarter that they the days that lie ahead fice that is demanded of reason why it is being : '; I

nay go to your head That may be satisfied all the you to obtain the advan- withheld. Although the i
Gov. frown WInS Efrcttors privileges that r<./'J'
is when you could be more readily when you have tages or tendency to be extrava-

CaWoniki's: caught napping by riyals Bade the fullest use of are indicated by forceful gant seems to be a rather :"
"DrOIIIIIs"L3stweekend vibrations. The ,'
competitors or individualswho skills and talents. planetary permanent one, you stand to 'c.- 4

we found much encouragement use friendship as a The tendency to float benefits could also be ofa gain on the 2nd. It may t ..r

inA an'; article' which revealed Cali- J imj to your safe. Make through life should be replaced long-range nature makingany be due to wise invest- '

fonUJ&szGovernor Edmund f Pat)Brown's con- .good use of ;your personality by a vigorous program changes imposed on you ments or sheer luck, but :1jI
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cencaver school dropouts in that state. and social or business of self-developaent. intriguing as well as it does not matter as ;, i : 1

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Alth'ougTi; enl f rniat s. dropout record reporteHlJ" connections to raise Wasteful and costly social worth-while. There are long as your ends are ,:..y -"'

-:, is not as high as those in many capital or put through projects pursuits should also be always some who cannot see served. '

states,;,. concern by the.. state s 'firstcitien'ismost that are financially abandoned: in order to con- anything but the dark 2-70-66-19-28-276 ;;. .,

commendatory.. praising. A marriage with serve your vital and side and you would be t
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S eatii n g'to a special manpower conference someone who Bay be classed material resources for well-advised to steer ; .
clear of ,them before they PISCES :
sponsored by the California Association as a friend of long standing things that are really
Born Feb. 19th thru
Gov. Grown said college graduates may be the lot of the worth-while. imbue you with their pes
simism. content with March 20thIt
Be "
have, a much brighter job-prospects Taureans whose circua-

+ future than students who go to work after stances Bake this pos- 9-60-22-15-45-082 things as they are. and may be due t* your ./
spirit of ad venture, r
school. He pointed out that boys and girls sible. The rites for June make short work of propo- or

who drop out of high school are heading weddings will insure hap- Born July LEO 23rd thru sitions that require to circumstances in your l'.
# life which you d$en necessary -
desperate chances to acquire -
for certain trouble. The state' chief piness and prosperity for Aug. 22nd
to leave behind, that
executive also revealed that his suggested both if performed on the wealth overnight.
Take advantage of excel- the to live lifeas
urge your
trainin rogram -for ,school drooouts wouldhe late 2nd or early 3rd. Dissension lent 4-30-22-12-86-432 KEN KNIGHT
planetary configuration you please may originateYou
ofpriae' benefit for Negro und exican.ouths"f could arise. If you
to place your economy -' SCORPIO seem to posses all the invites You To Listen To-
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with tnskilled future because become too doaineering.
ced an -
on a much sounder basis Born Oct. 24th thru luck and advantages you

-they dropped out' of school before 6-50-11-12-21-651 than it Bay: have pre.y1ousbe Nov. 22ndAs could desire to make the uKNIGHT TRAIN"Starting

college.._, GEMINI Benefits say cove this promises to be the preliminary investigationson

%We' ye"found hope that Gov. Brown's program Born. May 21st thru through legacies new alliances best quarter of the month, the 1st-2nd, and to implement At 7:00 p.m. Nlgb1Iy--

might become infectious in our south- 21st insurance .
June payments you would be forward then: as quickly as

ern areas where the school dropout prob- Soae exceptionally fine or sound i. eatllents. It looking If you take th
lemsrhave. reached a major crisis stage. opportunities are heralded Bay be wiser rnt to dep steps that reinforce yoU r 3-00-30-13-72-393 ,.
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3 i I : 4M THIRD ANNUAL PRESENTATION---Friday, May 18 marked the third Principal and acting principal Jacqueline Demery conducting

z successful observance of Student Government Day at North- administrative procedures froS rincrpal's. 6fH$v.> EftlS0!
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western High School, an event during which time all Senior Ed. instructors and their st 7fi(]dent-teachers qs ,. '4i .w v r. from. left are
: .,; Class members had charge of the school's administration'and Mrs. W. M. Davis and GlorISlSSrjieyr'JirColeiiaajlnd: : !

t.. classrooms under guidance of the respective departmental in- Audrey Lewis; Mrs. C. Stewart and Ruth Robinson; and Mrs.

structors. The day commenced with, the respective student- Bernice Jackson and Shirley Bannister. James Genwright. DCT

f teachers meeting for a briefing with Principal James H. coordinator, originator of the annual Student GovernmentDay

Argrett Sr.. following which the groups teamed up with their goes over day* s program with Rlchardine Thomas acting

teachers for work with their respective classes. The Assembly DCT director. in bottom photo the Boys' physical Ed.'staff'

program featured Tyrone Williams and Addie Blount conducting -/ _from left are: Mr. Willie Richardson and James Billingsley;

M the devotions Lenora Hill, explaining the occasion Julian Walton and Anthony Hickson; Jimmy Johnson and \Willie

and the chorus rendering songs under the direction of stu- Harris; William Weatherslee and Melvin Cannon. Guests duringthe

dent Vernon Smith. Student band director Wilbus Polite directed assembly program were Leroy B. Jackson and William D.

rendition of "Laura. of the Duval Vocational day and
ti the Symphony Orchestra in the Sweet, principals County

1 Acting librarian. Shirley Williams was featured speaker and evening sessions respectively.

Jacqueline Demery. acting principal. Top photo (left), shows (Photos by Royal Art Studio)

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N S 0 C I ALL Y with; S PEA KIN G. .. ... DeliveriesMr. Stork


LOUISE G GUINYARD_ '
James Weldon Johnson Promotional r and Mrs. James
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Harris; 1030 E. 1st
The Lincoln Golf and Country club is again the and Mrs. Daisy Gilliard. :t Street; Boy.

Exercises ReScheduledPromotional center of much social activity as was evidencedby The clubroom of Continental Bowling Lanes was the Mr. and Mrs. Poosevelt

persons visiting the spot last week-end. scene of still another recent meetingthistime
witness an interesting and Shirley Mitchell. Bacon; 1087 W. 12th
exercisesfor Incidentally, Friday night was night at the Bella Donnas Bridge Club.
panel discussion on Included among the 556 prom Street; Boy
students completingthe most: of the schools and of the Mrs. Geneva Adams, president presided over the
many 'Young
Elijah
young and Mrs
"New Horizons of the ninth graders being pro- Mr.
ninth grade at James set business session. Foremost on the Agenda was the
were patrons of the club
Space Age through the moted to senior high escorted by their Nesbit; 2560 Hiland
Weldon-Johnson Junior parents. of course. discussion of the final affair for this fiscal
Eyes of Youth' as school are 74 honor ; Street; Boy.
High School have been year, a 'Cookoutscheduled for June 8 at the
the feature with Mr. and Mrs. Hezikah
re-scheduled for Sun event on students averages ... .. ... .... .... .... home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thayer.
the program. the sub- based on their cumula- Rogers; 5531 Poitier
day. June 3. at 5:30 Officers and members assisting Mrs. Adams included -
ject deals with educa- tive records from 7th Drive; Girl.
p.m. in the school's Mrs. Dorothy Oliver and Mrs. Doris Mrs. Ira Washington, vice president' Mrs.
G. Bennett Linton
and Mrs.
Mr.
the
tion in the space age grade through fifth
gymnatorium. instead Graylan Lessesne assistant secretary; Mrs dJthe I
were guest players when Gems Bridge Club held : McIntosh
White 441
l with different stagesof six-weeks of the 9th ;
of Monday. June 4. the space flight used grade.Dr. their regular meeting Friday evening. The Lincoln Thompson? tieast ref;' Mrs Hadassah Bullard ".chan-r-". Avenue; Orange. PfcTfc.
as previously announced. Golf and Club the lain; Mrs. Kathryn T. Howell Mrs. iva L.: Grant
to depict different H. James Greene, Country provided setting.Mrs. Florida; Boy.
Parents and friends attending Mrs. Marilyn L. Macon Mrs. Audrey W. Kelly.
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Lydia Sweet towered high above other John L.
phases of' the educa- principal stated that mem- Mr. and Mrs. ,
the event will tional program as fol- the change in the date bers of the club to win the first place award. Mrs. Vannette Thayer .and Mrs. Margaret Mathis. Jackson; 1121 Phelps -a=

'I I lows: (1) Preparation for the promotional ex Mrs. Lois Avery and Mrs. Alveria Scriven placed .... .. .. .. .... .. ..4 Street: Girl.
Achieving high standardsof ercise was made to accommodate second and third, respectively.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert

LADIES moral and spiritual more parents. Doris Bennett was the recipient of the Brown; 1540 F. 36th
The dates for the Florida State Medical, Dental
values; (2) Launching guest prize and Mrs. Dorothy Oliver won the Street; Girl.
Association meeting in Jack-
and Pharmaceutical
door prize. Mr. and Mrs. Layton
Educational of
training
I it's true that no other headache Wedding Bells sonville are June 19 through 21. We hope to have
Other Gems'present included Mrs. Sylvester Clark; 2652 Bethel Road;
youth orbiting -
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powder better faster than
is or social activities next week.
of
Goody's-yet Goody's cost you Loyalty honesty, integrity APPLICATION FOR Bossard. Miss Zelma Johnson, Mrs. Catherine Jackson complete, .details.. .. Boy.
less! and ambition MARRIAGE LICENSES Mrs. Marian Walker, Mrs. Susie Thompson and ---

(4) Re-entry Accomplishments -: Albert J. Jackson. Mrs. Lillian Davis ,mon Runnerep In State Contest

of deeds 7176 Mathews St. 19 :
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I and purposes; measure- and Geneva Hinson _

.r .:-..... ments of progress; (5) 732 W. Church St. 22.
; ,-- Recovery Leadershipin Clinton Moss. 233 E. Mrs. Dorothy Jones of New York is visrtfng Mrs. k '

t JJ the world; how youth Union St. 25 and Carrie Fraizer of 4308 Newcomb Drive. w ftr

Goodij'sHEADACHE: can occupy certain Yvonne L. Hastings. .. .. .... .. .... .. ... __
"tMIvA S 0000 places in government. 112 E. State St. 22.

POWDERS I Panelists include Will Key 1811 WhitnerSt. 5 1 c,
Unfortunately several of our friends are con- a '*
2 POWDERS se Janice Akery. moderator; 22 and Mary M.
Whetstone fined to hospitals as we go to press this week,
12 POWDERS 25 Detra Belcher; Willia 1610 W.
Walker; Fred Priester; 20th St. 21. and we are wishing for them a speedy recovery. a

Among those confined are Mrs. Coretha Wilson, of

4405 Roth Drive S. ; Mrs. Pasey Williams of 5252

,I. Vernon Road; and Mr. Edmund Tollivers. teacherat

now its Pepsi James Weldon Johnson Junior High.School. j;


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Mrs. Marie McClain Mrs. Marie Jackson and } ( : i

Mrs. Lorraine Daniels were among guests when \ r

the Deloxe Circle Bridge Club met recently in ;
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the Jerome Road home of Mrs. Catherine Thomas 1 :" ,.. ,.; '.,'';,...' ;:.

d 1ij Jackson. Mrs. Marie Jackson was winner of the .: ..t : '.
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guest prize. ,!'.
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High scorers among club members were Mrs. Marie k., i
McKeever and Mrs. Vanorian Schell. Mrs. Beulah y .

Joyner qualified for the consolation award.

Other participants in the meeting Included Mrs.
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Mildred Christopher. Mrs. Jerusha Dinkins Mrs.
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\ Irene Alexander Mrs. Evelyn Hillman Mrs. L'iriam

Burney. and Mrs. Ethel Powell.


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4 It was an election meeting for the Kevinettes

Bridge Club when they met last Saturday eveningin
the club room of Continental Bowling Lanes. WINS SECOND HONORS---Mrs. Wilma llcfhite of Jacksonville (Seated left),

Mrs. Pauline Davis was hostess. von runnerup. bon9rs during the state Queen's Contest held during the

25th Annual Orange Blossom State Beauticians Convention which 'convened ,
Top scorers in the bridge session included Mrs.
May 20-24 in Sarasota. Named queen was Mrs. Fannie M. McDougle of Newton
Dorothy Oliver. Mrs. Pearl Mackey. and Mrs.
(Center). Mrs. Altamease Buie of'West. Palm Beach (Seated right)
Sarah Lovette. Mrs. Geraldine Hilliard qualifiedfor
was first .runnerup and Mrs. Jannette phounix of West Palm Beach (in
consolation prize.
background) won second. runnerup. .
Newly elected officers for the Kevinettes included '

Mrs. Essie D. McCray. president; Mrs. Washington Heights Adds Swimming Pool! 1 RAPID .

.. Doris Bennett vice president; Mrs. Ann Monroe _

All o\ into their lei>ure.getting;nor .
: called thinking j"ung.Thi i> the life. for Pep i-Isht. Mrs. Geraldine Hilliard. treasurer: Mrs. Thelma tional plans, for construction AND NICHT

broacin. ,,dtJn-usin,Pcp>j So gdlheJthmkounc.: In ,.ior i Greene, business manager; and Mrs. Sarah LOvette, of 40-new house also announced CALLS $,00
bu an e\ffa, ciron. At fountam sad *"Pep>i. pk.1.'r' '
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I 'Ii r- chairman'of the Welfare Committee. units, operators of-the immediate plans for the /Nt
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\ I : .>. J.. t + .' ... PepsiI. __. <"'.'.' '." Other Kevinette members include Celeste swank Washington' building of a CHUCILAII,
17M110 I'1..y row r ni.3J.a a&: L ".- .,e:."'"",:..::ss... +..;;..%. .... -.. Mrs. push EL W770
I t":' j Nicks Mrs. Barbara Harper. Mrs.-- Emma Lee:George, Heights Waterfront Con- swimming pool.. RADIO etlPATC"'Dt
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PapciigForCsukr.ucsThe Mrs. juanita Alexander WASHINGTON---A benefit Exhibition for the Educa-

Mrs. V. Holsey and Mrs. tional Foundation of the National Council of

88th session of .the New jersey Conference Jessie Spencer Officers Negro Women, featuring the works of an Israeli '

A.JI.E. Zion Church, presided over by Bishop a a aa of Sweetfield painter and an American illuminator, will be held

Herbert-Bell Shaw, closed here Sunday afternoon Baptist Church's Women at the New York university, Loeb Student Center

with appointments in the auditorium Day observance program at Washington Square in New York City, it was
:- f' the'Sn.rder'Higb School. Y are requesting all pro- announced today by Miss Dorothy I. Height, PresI-

The :confab opened gram committee person- dent of the Council. The Exhibition will be

Tuesday, night, when not only seen on the nel to complete their opened Sunday, june 10th for three weeks.

the Rev.'j.' C. Nelson, southern horizon, but %tt assignments this week. The National Councilof Emancipation Group,
who has The annual observance Women
stored ClintonMemorial Negro was
could be seen all over F a a rGs which was dedicatedon
Church, : ___ scheduled for Sunday founded in 1935 by Dr.
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..ewark America..He was highly : k ? tk aR' April 14, 1876.
for. thirty-one years, critical of the White June 24, will also complete Mary McLeod Bethune The monument which was

preached the annual Citizen's council and the financial educator and advisor to authorized by the 86th

sernon. Rev. U.S. John- other hate organiza- four Presidents of the Congress and approvedby

son, Wilson N. C. tions that are pledgedto iU'W drive.West UIioI United States. it is a the president, will

was the guest preacher keep the fires of ; X clearing house for the be the first memorialto

and delivered the noon prejudice and discrimi- # dK ;" r GrapToSponsor activities of 850,000 an American Negro in

"message daily.., nation burning. __ : women who are membersof the Nation's Capital.The .

Revs. '0. G. Goodwin, He had the followingto ,. 4'ThS 24 national organi- second project of

*. A. Blackwell, andC. say 'They are Oiling zational affiliatesand the centennial will be

E. Bourne also delivered now adoptipg the ini- 97 local and Junior the erection of a I

j sermons. Bishop quitous plan of buying Deaconess Board 5 of councils across the Memorial Educational

J. D. Cauthen West Union Baptist .
associated one-way tickets for 1 country.The Cen te..
BishorShaw.. Church plan an outingto Educational 'Foundation -
Negroes to leave the One of the features of
iR'hop'Shaw Little Talbot island will
one of commemoratethe
south and go north, the opening Ceremoniesat
the vice-presidents of east or west, in search June 9. 100th "anniversary the Loeb Student

the World Methodist for their inalienable The bus ,leaves the of the Emancipationwith Center Exhibition will

Council, in his epis- church at 9:30 a.m. the erection of a
rights ,as citizens: of be the unveiling of the
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coKiI address, lost 'no the united states, butI 1IiML First and Fairfax monument of Mrs. Be- legacy of Mrs. Bethuneto

tine in saying that the want to serve noticeon Sts. at 9:45 and Third thune in Lincoln parkon her people, a new

battle against, discrimination these deluded re- and preliou Sts. at East Capitol Streetin illumination executedby

was 'far calcitrants that the William A. Jones, president of the Nasitra Club, presents check to 10 a.m. Washington, D. C. Mr. Nodel. This illumination -

from being, won and that American Negro cannot Junius A. Bowman Executive secretary of the Jacksonville Urban League. is the site of the will be on

its sinister head was he frightened, nor The Nasitra members are one of the new outstanding civic groups that of president permanent display in

bribed, in any form, has done much to assist various agencies in their program of community .1 and the negro the Bethune Memorial

or fashion, and will services. in one of their recent meetings, they presented urban Leaguea known as theDirection Education Center.

Douglass Estate stay anywhere he pleases check of $50.00, for its New Spring Campaign. Members of this group .1Paslar

Offered As Shrine and the wage spot his, for battle first, on are employed at Jacksonville. Naval Air Station. by J. REDDICK Woodlawn Presbyterian


WASHINGTON---The Cedar class citizenship, in DA's Con ieiicciiieiit Exercises Mother Midway Church Holes \
Hill estate of Frederick every sense of the

Douglass, noted 19th term. Programmed For Friday NightThe To Observe Simpson Methodist Church By L. N. Pearson Sr.
century abolitionist Mrs. M. Ardelle Whaw, The church school of

and Negro leader, has who has charge of the fourth annual Commencement Exercise of Annual Men's DayRev. Directions are importantAn Woodlawn United presby-

been offered to the missionary work, pre- Douglas .Anderson High School will be held on gin in the George

federal government by sided over the women Friday night at 7:30 p.m. in the Gymtorium. The J.W. Jones, pastor athlete tells of a football player who becameso Washington Carver

the National Association and it was reportedthat address will be delivered by Dr. Harold L. Trigg, announced this excited on the team until he took the ball Elementary School

of Colored Women the program was professor of Sociology at Livingstone College week that committeesfor and made his way to the wrong goal.We 2854 W. 45th St. Sunday -

s Clubs for, the greatly enhanced, during Salisbury North Carolina. Dr. Trigg is a native the annual Men's too are guilty of confusing our goals in many June 3 at JO a.m.

establishment of a national the year. She brought of Lynchburg, Virginia.He Day observance to be life situations. We not only confuse goals with with T. V. Huger. superintendent -

memorial. greetings from Nassau, held at Mother Midway directions. The dread of obstacles between us anda in charge.
is widely acclaimedas standing accomplishments
The proposal came where much of the money AME Church Sunday given goal causes us to change our direction, Morning.worship ser- I
educational leader
an coming from this study
May 24 during hearings raised for mission is and his experiencein Ju ly 8 have been many times. I would suggest that we would employ vice begins in the
the bringing into
before the Subcommittee used. Mesdames Eva I was selected. methods of dealing with the obstacle rather than auditorium of Carver
the profession is
on public Lands of theS. McCrimmon and Rosanna extensive. He graduatedfrom being of the Jacksonville Everhart Williams, substituting another direction. When we substi- School promptly at

u. Senate Committee Nelson, who accompanied College Urban League. president of Usher tute another direction, we must remember that we 11 a.m. with Rev. F. D.
Morgan
on Interior and in- her to Nassau, also J>r. Trigg is a memberof Board 2 and leader of are headed toward another goal and a different Wilson minister bring-
Baltimore, Maryland;
sulir Affairs. Speaking told of the work to sup- Syracuse University, the Phi Delta Kappa Class II, has been goal and the wrong goal. We cannot travel in any ing the message based on

on behalf of the pro- port the program there. Syracuse New York and Honor Education Fraternity named general chairman. direction which we desire and reach a given goal. the theme Love. First

Uosnl were Senator I Columbia University. New the Kappa If the right goal is important, then the way to Corinthians "12;.31; 13. ,
Phillip J A. Hart (D. Delta'Pi Honor Fraternity Other officers heading it is important. The united Presbyterian '
and holds
Obstriraac At York City,
Mich. Dr. MordecaiW. and the Roanoke various committees are: Choir will
) ; the Doctorate of ,Education The story is told of a stingy man who started to support the
Johnson, president- Degree. island Historical As- steering committee;' town. The wind was blowing from the direction ,rites with Mr. C. E.

emeritus of Howard Mt. Cohrary sociation. Allen Thomas, program Simmons at the
His teaching experience that he was facing as he traveled; thus, the wind Jr.
University; Dr. Rosa L. began at committee; S. C. Hart, caused his cigar to burn out very rapidly. When piano.

Grngg of Detroit The church school of Sliter State Normal Bethlehem Sunday School; Joseph the stingy man discovered that his facing the Wednesday 7:30 p.m. ,

NAC.TC president; Frank the Mt. Calvary Baptist School, where he servedas conyers music, andW. wind caused his cigar to burn out to rapidly, he Mid-Week Bible Study.

K.: Harrison: legislative Church will observe its public school teacher Announces Services P. Cox ways and turned around immediately and went to another Friday 8 p.m. choirrehearsalwestminister

chief National anniversary Sunday, principal and col- means committees, re- town in the opposite direction. To this ran, a
Frazier and
P.-irks Service; and June 3. during the lege professor. Other Mrs. Annie spectively.The specific goal was not important, but the cost was Hut.The
I Kl: J izahcth Clark of Mrs. V. Wilson will team captains' entire Woodlawn
regular church But convinced that
school assignments consistedof the important factor. 1 am
sell ice and hot
the Frederick Douglass hour' at 9:30 a.m. supervisor of high cream staff includes: rhcrc ve are going is much more important than United rresbyterian
M armorial and Historical Bro. dogs all day Saturdayat Rev. J.W. Jones is loss if we are Church moans the passingof
J. E. Burney.superintendent schools in North Carolina the cost. The cost never
the church premises.
Association. Everhart Williams. F. The cheapest and Mrs. Lula Scott,
direction.
of the administrative as- moving in the right
The Douglass Home school, announces thata istant in the united Sunday's services 0. Henry. Esau White the easiest way out does not represent answersto faithful veteran, and

located on n ICf-acre Charlie Robinson. Allen needs.It loyal member of the
very interestingprogram States office of Educa- school
Sunday beginsat
estate in the Anicostia has been planned tion and as a college with Thomas. James Frazier, usually invites disappointment and less se- church. She was loved
section of Washington, 9:30 a.m. Neo Blackshear, E. C. and respected by all who
for the occasion, and president, he headed in curity.We .
Deacon E. Sawyer
has boon operated many of the city's Saint Augustine College Clark Curtis Williams. have no opponents when we are moving toward knew her.
charge. Morning aship
jointly NACWC and outstanding persons will Raleigh North Carolinafor starts at 11 a.m. with Walter Daniels. V.J. the wrong, for no opponent will block us whenwe
the Memorial and Historical jones and Joseph Con- That is why
participate. eight years. He is are playing" in his favor. j I r
Rev. A. Anderson -
: .-.Association. Deacon David Washingtonof at present the first delivering pastor the that it is an easy way. Our goals must not be Agony Out of

Bills for its establishment the Mt. Carmel Baptist and only Negro member of sermon. yers.Tobemade's confused with easy ways to travel. :Rheumatic Pains

as a national Church will serveas the State Board of Education Communion serviceswill Most anyone will confess today that the best Thousands have found the

memorial have guest superintendent.The in North Carolina be held at 3 p.m. Chor2PIans goals may be at the end of the roughest ways. most soothing relief

been introduced in the lesson will be' an .ipointment he has with the pastor in JWM 17th Retrial But we seem to be weak when it comes to applyingit they have ever knowr
Senate by Sen. Hirt football
the
reviewed by Mr. Johnny held since 1948. ch ar ge BTU is to real life situations. Like from the minor pains
:tnl in- the House ofRepresentatives Myers of Emanuel Bap- Dr. Trigg is wellknown. scheduled for 5:30 p.m Tabernacle Baptist player we confuse goals with the way in which symptomatic of Pheuma-
by Church's choir 2 will better to make
is
tist Church. in Jacksonville. In All choirs and ushers there are no obstacles. It tlsm and Arthritis,
Con:., Charles C. Diggs., present a recital goal which may be
toward the right
Rev. W. M. Hill is 1946 he served as Associate will serve throughoutthe five steps fight Misery now with
Jr. (D.. Mich.).. Executive Sunday. June 17 at blocked than to go all the way to the wrong goal.
pastor Director day with Mrs. A. P.F..E. CPSULFSRHEUMANOfsi:
along with Dr. Huntington in charge .7:30 p.m. The program
will feature the Misses Alpha Phi Alpha Fonder DiesTROY
: i Guy B. Johnson Execu- of music.
e4 1 Center'Myrtle tive Director of the Dianne Earlie and On Sale
Southern Regional Coun- Anniversary Maxine L. Williams, it N.Y. George him founded Alpha Phi at Local Drugs Stores '

cil. It was during this was announced by Mrs. Biddle Kelley born Alpha. 1907( KINGS ROADLIMIYs

Ave end Adorns Phone EL 41468PULPO time that Dr. Trigg Mt. Calvary Baptist Magnolia Earlie July 28, 1884. one of His wife. Harriett J Drug Store
Church's Sunday School the seven founders and
spons;r.
ttfL served as consultantto survives.
will observe its anniversary Appearing also will the first president of .
OCTOPUS 49cUN the Duval County -
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Sun- Alpha Phi Alpha; the
-LI. IOXES $2.90 PER, IOX) Council of Social A- program be Mrs. A.M. Townsend
day beginning at 9:30 first national Greek
f of Tavernacle
gencies when a com- and a rs. 'ulmer
KING FISH JUMBOSTEAKS a.m. letter fraternity for
mittee under the direction trio consisting of the
James C. Burney.superintendent Negroes, died May 5th
55c SHRIMP $1.15FOR of Attorney Misses Yvonne Patterson IIJ
u. will at Leonard Hospital, Psychic Reader
Richard P. Daniel developed Victoria Mullins
FOR BAKING DRESSED supervise the event. here after a prolonged
and Maxine L. Williams.
a study entitled -
and Mt. Cancel's Deacon illness. and Adviser
RED BASS 29c CATFISH 49c "Jacksonville Miss Earlie is a student
u. L.. David Washington will The son of a veteranof
, Looks at Its Negro serve as guest superin- at Matthew I. one of the Civil Will Read your Entire Life without asking any

CONCH MEAT 49c Community. This tendent.The Gilbert junior High War regiments from questions, tells you any and everything you wishto
u.
study was widely pub- School and is a memberof ,
I* t h.oaks tut h x $%.90 IK. lesson will be reviewed Massachusetts. and a know.
SPANISH licized throughoutthe by Johnny the band. Miss lil- native of that state If you need help of any kind, see her at once. ,p

MACKEREL L,. 32c nation and is acclaimed Myers, a member of Emmanuel : -liams"attends Stanton he entered the collegeof She can and will help you. She does what others
as one of the High School and signs
Baptist Church., Civil Engineering of claim to do. All Readings Confidential satisfaction -
BLACK SEA BASS 32e most comprehensivestudies with the Glee Club.
u. Rev. W.M. Hill is host Cornell University guaranteed. Lucky days Lucky Numbers.

made by a local pa store Both students are mem- Ithica N.Y. in 1905 Hours: 9 a.m. til 9 p... Sunday 12 Noon j=
community in an effortto bers of Tabernacle.Miss .
Me's DiyCeitfrd and received his degree -
All YtATSnapper understand and interpret Williams is the overcome with conditions that
are are
BLUE OCEAN in 1908 after If you
Throats u. 4Sc its own social- At daughter of Mrs. LucileR. having transferred from not normal consult this gifted reader at once.
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BREAM1urtjt economic problems. Williams and Miss
MUM All MIAT ,She tells you any and everything
Rensselaer you wish
Polytechni- to
This study has been The men of Central Baptist Earlie is the daughterof know
.S5c without asking questions.' .
cal Institute Troy
29c have announced
u. referred to by many Mrs. Magnolia Ear-
.. fl. L'" .. II Lk subsequent groups for several activities have lie N.Y.
,. r-..-...' .wM.M .s..ci.e.... N4 1St r U..M .....I- improving some of the been planned for tlje annual The recital is being Mr. Kelley was a cata- 5535 NEW KINGS ROAD
...... "t4
WH1TINGL.32c problems a minority Men's Day obser- sponsored for the lyzer in the real sense '

-. group in this cmunity.Pettan vance which is scheduled benefit of the choir's among the half dozen Jacksonville Fia. :

:$ one of the out. _for June 24. anniversary, other students *o with
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II S.iat5kw Gets Citation Denies 'Machine'Politics .. Dies In Capitol

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: o.na. At the Commencement Ties
Y Exercises of Florida
:. NASHVILLE Nearly a
Normal and Industrial The statement made by
quarter of a million
Memorial College on Earl M. Johnson's Cam-
Negroes are attending
'rot school with white stu- Monday May 21 r Dr. paign Manager, Elcee R.

R. W. puryear president Lucas, which appearedin
dents in 17 Southern
received a citation the May 12 editionof
States and the Districtof s a
from the Clara the Florida Star, .T
Columbia the
Maass Foundation of brought this week a
Southern School
News flat denial from of.
..5f for one
a Newark, New jersey
reported recently.The < '"
A the three persons accused -
his distinguished work :
1r report disclosedthat in scientific and in the statement r,r': <
; a given a
dA survey humanitarian fieldsof of being a "machinecontrolled" -
week before the eighth

anniversary of the U.S. ; ::f .8$ activity.The politician -
Clara Maass Founda-
supreme Court' s .May
Mrs. Hattie Dix Green
tion which operatesa LOUIS LAUTIERWASHINGTONLouis
17. 1954 desegregation .$6-million hospitalin told the Star by tele- -
that
ruling
246,988
phone that Lucas committed -
rq New jersey, was instrumental -
Lautier, 65. veteran
Negroes are attending .
in an error when he
eAZ bringing
A school with"white
capitol correspondentand
6I worldwide recognitionto involved her name in
students. special assistant
the sacrificialdeath the statement, "I
This. mark representsa to the Republican national -
of Nurse Clara feel that the people
7.6 percent of the chairman
; .ec-
Louise Maass, a graduateof should know that I am
?fr
total Negro enrollmentin cumbed to a sudden
the Hospital's 1895 not now, and never was.
the area and marksan .3 heart attack last week
School of Nursing. a part of any political -
increase of 13,497 machine. in Washington Hospital
Nurse Mass submittedto '
Negroes in biracial Center where he had beena :.
schools since the pre- CELEBRANTS---In a quiet ,but impressive early the experiment for "Mr. Lucas was in patient.
when he made
vious survey made last evening ceremony attended by members of both determining the cause error .

November. families. Miss Geneva Hinson, the daughter of of yellow Fever by allowing that statement accu- Fills New Post
I sing me of being 'ma-
: Only Mississippi Mr. and Mrs. Detray Hinson of Rt. 1 Box 116-E. herself to be ----
chine-controlled' I .
South Carolina and Havana Fla. became the bride of Albert j. jackson bitten by the Stegomeia
Mrs. Elizabeth W. Sanders. Raleigh, N. C. the confronted Mr. Lucas
Alabama were reported the son of Curtis Jackson 7176 Mathews St. mosquito believed by t
mother of seven, was last week honored by A. andT. proof of what
holdouts against. even city Rev. J. C. Sams, pastor, of Second Baptist Dr. Finlay of Cuba to for.
College students and faculty as 'Mother of 'machine' I belonged
token desegregation, Church officiated during the ceremony which took be the vector of the
the year. Mrs. L. C. Dowdy, right, wife of to, and he acknow-
the concluded. place last Saturday .at 5 p.m. at the bride's infect ion.
A. and T.'s acting president, pins on a corsage survey ledged that he had
residence, 732 West Church St. Miss Vera Jackson, Her death proved this
as Miss Rosebud Richardson Wilmington N. C. ,
made in
Full an error
DesegregationKing to be the and my
was bridesmaid and J. London both of Jackson case '
newly elected "Miss A. and T. loOks on from case. "
ville was bestman. with this knowledgethe
center. PredictsIn The Lucas statement
By Russell (Chuck) Charles United States was t

Z able build the accused Mrs. Green, :
to
1
Bells hi
N Wedding Ten YearsWASHINGTON Panama Canal.In gas station operator .2

Frank Hampton, and Mr.
I .... Johnnie L. Powell, Gloria E. Dallas. 1647W. During August, 1951 the
Joe of
I James spreading'propaganda'
1759.Venus St. 32 and 32nd St.. 21. his appearance on Government of Cuba
television last issued a commemorative which was
Ruby L. night 1252W. program
( John H. Steward 1164W.
instrumental in Johnson
Sunday the Rev. Martin postage stamp bearing Harold H. Webb a 1948
.
5th St. 33. .
and
24th St. 33 '
1 t IIS s defeat in lastweek's of A. andT.
Luther King predictedthat Nurse Maass' portraitand graduate
Jos. M. Williams 2415N.
Ruby N. Lane 4304
desegregation will the pictures of primary elec- College and principalof
Philadelphia.
Gratz 26th St. .Tampa Fla. 34.
become all tions. Johnson came the Cedar Grove.
a reality the Lutheran Memorial
Pa. 21 and Patricia Percy L. Gardner jr. They were on their to
way a crab-boiling downon out third best in the
the 'South within C. Elementary
over Hospital' (now called N. .
G. Sullivan 1331 E. 31st St. 24 Christopher's Pier and
1451 Peters'
the Nappy big District 2 County Com- has been
next 10 years. Clara Maass Hospitaland School
Grothe St. 20.
end Gloria H. James yellow Lincoln was consuming the highway with missioner race.
education
King stated however the Las Animas named science
Wilbert King 1705 1531 Harrison St. 19. that aristocratic abandon of most money shorts.McNasty's Mrs. Green contends
that integration--not Hospital in Havana supervisor of the N.C.
Illinois St. 23 and b.. just legal desegregation mind was on 'goodness,' all right; but where she died her that Johnson' s defeat Department of PublicInstruction
------- it had to do with boiled crabs
and hot and
-would take longerto sauce heroic death. was influenced by the Raleigh.The .
all such things like that. But selection of his
develop.He The Foundation in poor new position sup-
'I! Nappy felt like talking and New women campaign workers,
described Integration honoring Dr. Puryear, ported by the National
as "mutual ac- 1 Berlin wasn't exactly walking will thus indicate its rather than by so- Defense Education Act.

ceptance..where people s distance from Ashley Street. and his wide interest called 'propaganda' will be filled by Webb
A "It's the only thing that
of all levels of life counts, in scientific and humanitarian "He should have kepta effective July 1. Webb

and all racial back- Mac. he said, smiling as thoughhe activity as closer communication was just recently nameda

grounds come together as owned some choice milk-and-honey being carried out in with the committeewomen member of the.orange

1 brothers not merely because property somewhere. "Goodness can wide areas of educa- -; who were reallyin County Board of Public

the law says it, cure the most advanced case of touch with the voter Welfare.TOOTHACHE.

but because it is Chuck evil. it can brighten the darkest tion.SPEAKER ," she said. b

DISCOUNT STORE natural and right. day. it can uplift the downtrodden; soothe the Mrs. Green last week,
Don'I suffer needlessly" Gel wtedr rot
anxious.
.YEAH---quiet the restlessYEAHcomfort --- accused fief from
of
throbbing pain of toothache
Johnson
Although admitting that .
1824 W. BEAVER STREET with f.nllCllnc ORA JU Fain
the saddened---YEAH---heal the wounded--" showing "more favoritism Lots in seconds Guaranteed '
the administration
Kennedy or money back All i drug stores
"YEAH! McNasty interjected, wearily. "Andit than good eNTf
830-31 CASSAT AVE. is ding more in _
costs twice as much as badness." "
the field of civil sense.

__ FLA. GRADE "A' rights than did the Nappy's smile never wavered. "Personally.. .. -
C Eisenhower administration he said, "I think your outlook could stand some FOR HELP &: ADVICE CONSULT

25EGGS the Negro Deader vitamins. Goodness is the cheapest thing a man v Mrs. KING
FRYERS LB. can mess with. Mac--and the most profitable
added: "On the other too. The Lincoln seemed to steer itself a- Gifted American Healer I Advisor

hand, I must admit thatI Are you worried, troubled or
round the long curve. Nappy appeared hypnotizedby
FLA. GRADE unhappy? Mrs. King can and
do not feel that pre- the concrete ribbon of highway stretchingahead. '
A SMALL $1 will help you. She advises on
sident Kennedy has given 0 t
Love Affairs. Bad Luck. Ill
4 DOZ. the leadership that the Goodness is prosperity because it makes people Health Marriage Problems.

enormity of the problem want to do things. he continued. "And when DIAMOND FROGRAM-Whitney Evil Spells Business or

FLA. GRADE demands. people start doing things, that's production; and M. Young jr.. executive Family Problems and anything

"A" LARGE 2 DOZ. 69c King who pastors the production is prosperity." director of the National you wish to know. Satisfaction -

Ebenezer Baptist Churchin McNasty was indifferent but not illogical. urban League, Guaranteed. Look for

- BROOKS Atlanta is presidentof Boiled crabs were boiled crabs. And riding to has been named the Diamond Hand sign and Name. Take

6120111004 :: 1 the Southern Chris- them beat walking to them. 'Who's supposed to Anniversary Com Bus 21 from downtown JacksOO-

CATSUP tian Leadership Con- be good to who'he!' asked wondering if Nappy mencement speaker at ville. Hours 9 a.a.8 p.m. Closed Wednesday

ference. could hear all the ruckus his 'stomach was making. Florida A. and M. uni- afternoon. Sun. 12 p.m. 8 p.m.Your Lucky
The exerciseswill days and Numbers. All Welcome.
versity. V.S.HIIAY Go East.
ROYAL DISHTUNA Two Freed "All people everywhere, man, Nappy replied.
No One in Trouble Turned
be held Saturday. Away -
"Goodness is a way of life Mac, just like being
CANS June 2, at 9:00 a.m. in Licensed By State &I:0ouaty. .
5 $1OOH 1 broke "
or happy welfare.
or on
In Miami CaseMIAMI "in my dealings with life it seems to me that .1 Lee Hall Auditorium. 5505 BEACH BOULEYARD-IACK SONYIIIE. FLORIDA

Mrs. EugeniaB. goodness ain't nothing more than one type of

DUBUQUE, MEATY Thomas, 37. and John sucker's bait or another. The only thing it seems

00 Millings Jr. who worked to offer is a hook in your mouth.

r SPARE RIBS 3 $1 for her. were acquitted "I know a lot of good guys" McNasty went on,

Lbs. April 17 for lack of "but most of them are walking on their heels. I

evidence in the first know a lot of good broads too. and most of them

FRIGID DOUGH flft degree murder trial of are catching it. I can see good hounds or good

the Oct. 28 1961 rob- children. But I don't think good people stand 1 MARKET SI

MEAT PIES 7For I bery-slaying of Beatrice much of a chance in this world." He swung with SUPER

(Tiny) Dunaway. the motion as Nappy eased the big car onto the

Circuit judge Robert the New Berlin Road. I VBETOIE '

Floyd in freeing the 'People have just got to start being on the up- CII RQQSt

PRODUCE SPECIALFRESH former Miami Municipal and-up with each other that's all** Nappy ar- eR 1 .

judge's wife and Millings gued. "Wherever there's people there's: a need 1 Shortening

held two others for money; and wherever there's money there's a x ,

Blackeyed PEAS C Aubrey Henry Jr.. son of need for goodness."A .

Miami physician Dr. person can't be greedy and good .or too- 3 ft. caARMOUR"

ORSQUASH lO Aubrey W. Henry and timing and good, or cheating and good. A person

Clarence Simpson for might be good at greed or two-timing or cheating 1

LB. further hearings.The but there'll be no goodness in him, 49 r
HcKiazi
LOAD YOUR FREEZER AT THIS PRICE four defendantswere "I believe in 'goodness because it will spend Frozen

charged in the Oct. where a thousand dollars isn't worth a dime. Besides /
/
_ sAAAAWVWWWVWTEA 28 robbery of an alleged ." he added "it never stops working for I. VI fSXI Pkg,

bolita counting house you. From good morning to good night, it is work-

SPECIAL which resulted in the ing for you. goodness it..."

death of Mrs. Dunaway. The growling in McNasty's stomach sounded like

During the early phaseof the beginning throes of an earthquake. "What I Pork ChoPs4 FAB1 .

the trial the State kind of goodness got you this car Nappy!" he :

contended Mrs. Thomas asked, lightly.The .
1
masterminded the plot Lincoln picked up speed instantly as Nappy emien

[gZIANNE 39cN and stated the porch of stepped on the gas. "A man's car has nothing to $1.
SUGAR
her home said to be in do with his belief in goodness--unless it's a

close proximity of the good car." he replied. There was no smile on his

N 48 FLOW TEA BAGS 'counting' house, had face now.McNasty. 1156.rarf m fnd oriw | ,

been used as a 'stake smiled secretly. "Goodness!" he mut- ..b

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Florida A&M Fatuity toad .' ,f"?' SegragoHoa EWC Star

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Awarded Peace Corps Post Voted Ovf At :

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TAIJLAWSSEE---Dr. Melvin 0. Alston, dean, schoolof N. C. Cofcgt j a _
education of education Florida A. and M. uni- '
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versity, has been advised by Roger B Pinch, DIVIDSON COLLEGE N.C.
chief Division of The trustees of Davidson ,
university Relations, u. S. t
Peace Corps, of his recent appointment as a mem- Colleges voted to end is

ber of the Peace Corps Advisory Committee of the segregation policies at prepared

American Association of Colleges for Teacher the all male Presby- JAckson-
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Educat ion. terian school of 1000 finest
.
Among the principal prepare the selected students.The in the .
functions, of this com- trainees for overseas Davidson faculty .ela

mittee are the following service and to supervise last February asked that specta-

assist the peace Corpsin their professional development the school desegregated.The first

the selection of assist in student body was .
overseas project best providing contributionof also in favor of the WITNESS SIGNING -
250 lb. Edward Waters play
suited to the utilization volunteers upon their move. Dr. J. McDowell
first EWC Football home,
of competent pro- return to the American Richards, president of
football contract when
fessional teachers, assist educational system, and the board, said the
the Detroits Lions.A in the
the Peace Corps in evaluate outcomes o: trustees approved by a
identifying member institutions Peace Corps experiences, "considerable majority"a two-letterman ( the
Dillard hails from will be
qualified to programs and patterns motion recommended by
are football Coach games
M teachers wno parti- it executive committee.S. .
lie>> negroana George Bell, .
I RORtiKne Greer Martin, presi-
__ __ _L_ __ ....& .&._ L'.L Dr. W. B. Stewart. some
me committee; ; to; wnicn dent of the college,
To Fl City Post Dean Alston was named said that the change in 4
players
consists of eight policy would not affect
Pressure Brought -
eminent American educa- the freshman class entering -
Uni-
tors representing most in September. But BY c. R
MIAMI The city com- .
of the geographicalareas he said there was a
mission seat to be va- .
of the country. possibility a Congolese
cated.by Henry Balaban THE JACKSONVILLE Florida
Dean Alston is the only student would be enrolled -
he
when becomes circuit back home last South
Negro on the committee. under the foreign
judge is being closely Columbus jets. An -
watched by the city's SF's student exchange pro- nearly 14,000 fans to t
McCovey
Negro 'community. gram. bleachers on both at

Negro leaders who Waits'Trade L0V6MaN5 To stand, one could get a will be
worked hard getting Bala- what Jacksonville
ban elected to the SAN FRANCISCOGicenan Attend hgo's lout to believe that any

occasional rest STOCKHOLM, Sweden League is I
judgeship now are pres- now more loyaL
suring him to nominate a and then by Manager Former world's heavy- of Jacksonville.

Negro as his replacement. Alvin Dark, paid off weight champion Joe the Columbus jets the
Balaban leaves the city last weekend for Louis plans to be at into the park at a
commission for the bench fabulous Giants'' Willie ringside with Britain's A MAN WAS SAYING THE

the first of the year. Mays who blasted five Dick Richardson defendshis was just a fan but it

His city commission term homers and a series of European heavyweight Manager Geraghty and Pelman
is still good for two telling blows for the boxing crown against In- one i will tell what
years. West Coast team. gemar Johanson here. quote: 'The reason Gibbs
June 17. catching is that he

Hqtiojqiy Beaked Gibbs Athletes Are Cited Valmy Thomas, and if he 13-11
anybody else off by over

r catcher, it will keep

longer."Now Mr. -night.
O,4 1r believe in
your con-
you say you are hurting FTC's
you. I must say however, events
sold on Thomas.

MANY FANS ARE WELL to

can do to an athlete. It vic-

stops him completely. .
is suffering from a such
is due much credit for he was

than a notion to squat penalty
after night and catch five

r sinker balls and for all 1'n of
a few moth balls, but in
stays back there and

a x : f r like throws to first won
second base proves

1 ;91 1M r'f if the back was .
choice with a lame back and

..-.\" be with a straight back. Davis

.!, }" .t'i, ., .- SOME FANS WHO GO TO load
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worrying about what the
AND DEITY---were the three elements of three-D thinkingthat
; DUTY. the major stars on the
Athletes of Gibbs Junior College of St. Fete. Fla., were urgedto the parent club, those
consider. Exhorting the nationilU jecogai/ed Gibbs Cobn? (they tendance are enjoying vic-

rnnkoil seventh in the NJCAA' offensive poll), to become 'th.ree-O cross that bridge when

minded" TIS: ilmissions Dean C. B. Keene long a sports enthusiast.GJC are winning, the Suns

( staff lilOto by Horice Jones Jr. ) they pay for and I

There is hardly a person

IttA Ctattp wouldn't like to see ei
given a break. If he is

t. no one would object. G

I ers.
OfiIIffi1J WELL FANS SUPPOSE

r promises and see how
gotten. It was pro i '

T; provided to take fans
1 .
t happened. It was
.J: IN service would be given, i

MAKESSKIH BLEACHES was promised that i

"OLD FASHIONED"lightens ushers, well, that
rn don't Know why, because

H We do say Negro girls

serving in the
,
.
the ;
among things
dark spas FRANK BUDD there. So many other

wfect powderManufacturers .Paced Team it may be possible
Meduro's memory.

PRANK BUDD. coholderof PEOPLE HAVE OFTEN SAID
the World's 100yarddash to go, well, that is an
record now. When visitors
of Power's s.r mot,"The Jar wide the Stu"YaI (9.2) along
with FAMU's Robert they will be able to

Hayes paced the Vil- soon they will be able to [
0..'t Here M Go to TOWII'".Get lanova U. thinclads to professional football

an IC4A championshipand the' wrestling matches.
LOW PRICES retirement of the widening out. Those who

victory trophy Saturdayat football may go to the

Villanova pa. Budd catches. Sports fans may
0.Year prop as predicted the BILL HOOD OF ;THE JAX

100. and 220 yard dashes football players who

DRUG STORE NEEDS '.. 315 ,11IIIEniI pro teams fail to make &
be waiting for them with
j i
Trafe With Your N. bIberh.o4 Drug InN lIIW da and Tommy Chandler
*I WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISED W YOU LOCAL PAPER Rattlers will have a
w.Deliver-W.AIM Fill AU Doctor' Fmoiptiom 561 On in the city will also I

SAN DIEGO Calif. San ..

Dixie Pfiarmacyj Diego Chargers 315-pound. stars.hddl.thtsFd I
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6.9 Ernie Ladd. the bIg- TLA..
gest man in pro footballhas NORTH LITTLE ROCK., Ark

1302 KINGS ROAD.t MYRTLE AYSWH turned salesman and Although large crowdsof

-. .. PHONES ILS.sS97.9I ;, public relations work IB whites were reported -
::: 4; l selling automobiles for to have been on
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The powerful tackle' is. a the city-owned Bums I I
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; Aclta Cded Last Resort" Liter Fails To Halt Yanks' Bridges Ctay's Stowing Hanpten's OAk CkatlpiOfts


To End Segregated Predicts Delays Climb

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YORKundefeatedCassius
NEW
SAVANNAH Ga.---Special) Twenty-thousand leaf wry + Clay's drive

lets blanketed torrid Savannah Ga. on Sunday
title-
for a bout with
morning as the first step in an all-out boycott t.
holder Floyd Pattersonwas
against the Savannah White Soc the pace-setting sidetracked due to

9 in the South Atlantic (Sally) League. The boy- .Y 1e his poor showing in his

cott was called as a "last resort" to end unfair Billy
last win over
and discriminatory practices :
against
r Negroes Daniels of St. Albans.
perpetrated by the Savannah club.
N Y. in Madison Square
W. W. Law presidentof Garden [ccently.'The !tY r
the Savannah Branch been slammed in our
Louisville, (Ky.)
and the Georgia State faces. We have no
youth's poor defensive
Conference of Branches other recourse than
against Daniels saw
National Associationfor to ask Negroes to stay r ,
Clay the. frequent targetor
the Advancement of out of Grayson Stadiumthe
right hand swings to
Colored People (NAACP), ( home of the Savan-
the head one of which
stated at the initia- nah White Sox) until i >
buckled Clay in the
tion of the boycott"that such time as they are fifth canto.As 4 4 II ka
"Negro supporton Yr
treated like human
a result Clay's +
the playing field a
beings. management feel that the
.
and in the segregated Mr w
,
Y a' +9III former Olympic light- E 4 ,
OriofesGit
bleachers has been '
heavyweight champion t +
the life-saving factor
Robn Roberts needs more seasoning.
for the Savannah team Y S wi n
.
and the Sally Leagueat BALTIMORE. Md. Robin knocked out by liner duringa .
OFF THE GROUND TO WIN-! --Although he was a w A +I Ir
large. We have triedto Roberts former National recent Yankees-Boston game relief mounds-man Marshall Bridges was Minnie Avokwdwd

negotiate a peaceful League pitching ace who revived and continued pitching to aid the Yanks' 2-1 win. The incident

solution to this unfair won 234 games 'in 14 sea- occurred in the eighth inning. With Messages

treatment situation sons with the Philadelphia -

but the door has Phillies and who Hoove Signs From FriendsST.
had been released ear-

Griffith, Dwpas lier as a free agent by LEARNING HOW With Knkks LOUIS St. Louis

the Yankees has been Cards' star 'Minnie
signed as a starting NEW YORK Paul Hogue. Minoso. whowwas hospi- SECOND STRAIGHT TITLE- --Hampton Institute's

MeetJvy13 pitcher by the Balti- TO SWIM r one of the most sought talized after[ he crashed double duo of Billy Neils on and Doug Smith paced
after college stars and
more Orioles.In into a wall chasing a the pirates' net team to their second straight

order to make room winner of several post- fly ball in a game against CIAA team title. Neilson ( left) and Smith (right)
LAS VEGAS In his season honors has signeda
for Roberts, Manager the Dodgers has defeated North Cardlina College's joe Williins
first fight since his Billy Hitchcock optioned By Julius Guinyurd contract with the New been bombarded with a and Eli Singleton ?-5 and 6-2 in the finals.

kayo over Benny (Kid) York Knickerbockers of
left-hander Art Quirkto large number of get-well
Paret ended in Paret's d the National Basketball
\, the Rochester farm cards, telegrams and Mays On
death 10 days later. Association. % Hayes' Loses
club of the Inter- flowers from fans at
World's welterweight The third phase of learning how to swim is Hogue captain and 6'9-
composed -
national League. Jewish Hospital where he Homer
champion Fmile Griffith inch center of the Cincinnati Binge
"We are signing of those elements by which progress is made is confined. Disputed Race
reportedly will defend through the water. Since U's. national
Roberts because we believe buoyancy body position Minoso who suffered a
his title against New he can still be ..rhythmic bfeathing and relaxation are of vital collegiate champions of skull fracture and a SAN FRANCISCORumorsare MODRFTO, Calif.---

Orleans Ralph Dupas effective Hitchcock importance, to successful propulsion, this phaseof the 1961- '62 season was! broken right wrist, is rife saying that Robert Hayes of Jack-
here July 13. learning is not attempted until .named 196$ Player of the the San Francisco'sutility for
said. 'He has to improve previous said to be recuperating sonville, running
Mel Greb. matchmakerfor skills are mastered. Year by the Helms outfielder
our pitching staff n.icely.Rams' his alma mater FAMU in
the Silver State Willie McCovey would
because he is better 1. The prone Glide: foundation. like to be traded to the California Relays,

Sport Club said the than Quirk." The prone Glide is the first propulsive movementin club where he lost his first race-of
fight will be held at Huddle Over Food some
Roberts. 35 worked out the water in the learning process up to now. might see more action. the year when officials

Las Vegas Convention in Baltimore more thana While the impetus for the movement! is gained bya Batting a better than awarded oregon's Harry

Ccnter--u'hcre four month ago and impressed thrust of the feet.against the bottom it is a vr a .600 Jerome first pla'cq in
average McCoveyhas
other title fights have
nevertheless a method of the 100-yard dash.
Hitchcock witha progressing through the been
coming through
been staged--and would
water.In most observers -
new change-of-pace he with that needed bingle Although
televised.
Jt>e. ._ has developed.- waist-deep water, bend forward at the waist, when ever called upon in the press

arms extended forward, and lay the upper body and but with Orlando Cepeda section had Hayes the
ROYAL ,
ART
STUDIO arms in the water. Bend the knees, take a breath y washing to play firs .....winner: by a- a narrow
CLARENCE J. SIMON I of air the face is olied under the surface, then base instead of the -- margin the officiate

PROPRIETOR press firmly against the bottom, the knees are H outfield McCovey has announced Jerome the

straightened and you slide out in a prone posi- been relegated to the winner at 9.3. Hayes

SPECIALS tion to glide along the surface for a distance of extra man role. second in 9.4 and

about one and one-half body lengths.To Dennis Johnson of San

2- 57's, 1-Color, regain our footing, press down with both Pepsi Cola's jose third place winner.
arms and at the same time draw both knees Jerome jumped to the
up
1 Black & White 6.95 P. Y. Speaker
to your abodomen this will bring you to a position lead at the start but

1- 810 Opaitone so you can stand up. was caught by Hayesat

For children and sometimes for grown-ups who the 80-yard mark
& J5.95
335's
are timid about launching into the horizontal with the two stars

Tops In position, partners may join hands and tow each matching strides the remainder -

other alternately back and forth in shallowwaterarea. TOP NAMES in pro football's past and presentgot of the way.

CommericahWeddinsSPortraitsSIS together during a luncheon recently at OllieMatson's Although Jerome was

in Cools you may practice the prone glide by famed Sea Food Grotto in West Jefferson. given the nod by two

DAVIS ST. El 4.1894 pushing off from the wall. Stand with your back! Calif. From left are the Los Angeles Rams' + Y MJIM of the officials, one

.--- against the side. of pool, bend forward at waist General Manager Elroy (Crazylegs) Hirsch, former B member had the Jaxon

and extend arcs forward under surface.. One leg grid great. Matson was traded to the Rams by the the winner and "Jerome

is bent at knee and foot is placed against the'' Chicago Cardinals for eleven players in the second. .

-;"'-- -- --- --- wall take a breath of air and submerge your face. biggest deal ever made in pro football ranks. BROWN Earlier, Hayes, ,who is

As your body leans forward, the other foot is .Scans Future Horizons co-holder with Prank

lifted from the bottom, placed against the wall Floyd HeadsJackie's Hal Of Fame Fete Budd of ViHanpva U.

L--i- 4 besi-Je the first foot and vigorous shove with _..- PRARIE VIEW, Texas of the world' record,

1I I both will send you gliding out along the surface. Former Syracuse All- in the 100-yard dash

Next week we will take up the Fourth phase of American and Cleveland (9,2), ran ja-93-marK

) learning how to s"im- 'Coordinated Stroking." Browns' pro football .In winning: hl.zi";segment- ;

T'ki r star Jim Brown, currently of the Century .;*.:. ;:?

Law's On Ankle's SideLightheavyweight I& _JY in his fourth 'Watch This Clown:I '

year as a member of the '
18 -- '58 06 :732 ...
Pepsi-Cola Company's
t .
489-02-104 _:.
.- .'". < ", ,""'V .f.-.<'- Marketing Department .,.,......-
was a recent guest -
speaker at Prarie View. 4 :--I. : ::

5 .:-.:9r:
c % College's. All-Sports to.-
14wt banquet. 8 ..1 E
-
'j ; FLOYD PATTERSON JACKIE ROBINSON Brown presented Prarie 25.03.10 =

.. l .... kt .Co ChairmanNF. ...Honors SlatedWaldorfAstoria View's athletes with a 66 -.808E"

personal example of the
YORK---World's Hotel.Mr. Sometimes QL.u,,,.-.
Heavyweight Champion Robinson said all mature, intelligent &JnIotll,,, he'd*dOW"D'-
athlete who is fir Be adds .obtr taHe -:..-
Floyd Patterson will proceeds from the affair work It all .around
F sighted enough to look
head a committee
as will be used to
co-chairman of dis- aid an intensified Voter ahead to a career in Coming Attractions

tinguished citizenswho business after his 15 80 -
Registration Campaignin
will honor Jackie the South under sponsorship plaYing_days are_over. 32:0

Robinson. July 20, witha of the Southern -
WHEN YOU ARE ILL *-*.
testimonial dinner
Christian Leadership
t Tee days before Robin- Campaign which is You Seek The Best Doctor
The Twist ---F When Your Doctor prescribes
son goes to Coopers- .headed by Dr. King.
town. N. Y. for formal Get Experienced pharmacists
The Latest Men's Hair Styles According to Your Doctor's
induction as the first i m SideiIed *
*
_
Y Negro member of base- ,, orders. we Use Only

Being Taught At The ball's Hall of Fame. BALTIMORE. Md. --- The Best Quality DrugsDr.

Marian Bruce Logan Kansas City's hard- C. E. Black :-- :_
JacksonvilleBarber .e publishing executive is hitting Manny Jimenez Proprietor **!*
executive director of
who appears to be taking
the Citizens Committeeto 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO s VE.JOU ,. .:-..
American
over former .. Ili r
Inc. Honor Jackie Robinson Leaguer Minnie Minoso's A COKPLFTFT LINF OPt a' fc.:' :
College said Dr. Martin Luther the most -
role of being Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries

King, noted desegrega- hit batter, was side- PRESCRIPTIONS CATLT FOR :.M, fv1IV RFDLilly's

G. 100 tion leader will be lined last week when
I. Approved percent Air Cond.
boxing veteran Archie Moore principal speaker at he suffered a shin Drug Store
.
(left), seemingly is on the right side of .the banquet. injury after being hit
63O .DAVIS ST. at Beaver with California's Atty. is slatedto .
j the law as he poses The affair by a ball pitched by -

General Stanley Mask during their meeting at a: recent be held in the Star- Baltimore Milt El 3-8276
ROAD
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA 19Q7 KINGS -
social event. light Ballroom of the Pappas.

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/ Bethel Pastor's HoI is Stated Jox Educator Itstows Gift .... **.. Police Reports .... ....

.,
,Moncrief AnniversaryThe Of $2,000 To Clark College APARTMENT ROBBED church 2503 N. Myrtle being taken to Duval

Drive-In Bethel Baptist In- DURING TENANT S'ABSENCE Avenue was visited by Medical Center with injuries -

stitutional Church, will ATLANTA---Clark College has received a gift of thieves or a thief and potash burns.
Mrs. Marie F. James,
BARBQUEthey're celebrate the Ninth $2,000 from Mrs. Mary J. Todd McKenzie, Clark of 1419 Grunthal Street last Monday, the custodian Ulysses Wallace said he

Anniversary of the graduate and a member of the college staff. the John Goodman was sitting at a table
was victim of a
o D licious pastorate of Dr. R. H. Mrs. McKenzie pre- late stated.He assorting some papers
daughter of the thief who robbed her
You'll like em Wilson. beginning June sented the gift to Rev. and Mrs. JamesS. apartment during her said he left the when Alphasean Wilson
to-10th. with appropriate Clark President JamesP. Todd church secured at about came to the table
Todd. Rev. ; absence last Monday
45th & Moncrief
. -_. services and joint Brawley yesterday at, served as a Methodist police reported.Mrs. 12:50 a.m. He was called picked up some of the

._ For Rent fellowship with a meeting of the Clark minister for 54 years James told investigating later by the nightwatchman papers balled them up
sister churches of the and informed that and him.
slapped said
Advisory He
Council. Itwill
Man or Woman-.ould like and was the fourth officers
city the church had been she slapped him and
be used to endow a
to have a nice quiet graduate of Gammon she left her apartment
lady to be there at For Rest j I the Mary J. Todd McKenzie Theological Seminary, for a short while, broken into and entered. fight started.

night-would pay only, Nice Clean 4 Rm. Apt. Award, to be class of 1890. between 10:15 and 10:45 The door on the south- She then went to her
With Hot & Cold Water given annually to an side at the rear of the room and came back witha
small. amount of rent.: I Mrs. McKenzie's contr.ibution p.m. When she returned
-Reasonable-666 W. 10th building was found open. can of potash and
memberof outstanding ,junior or was the
Call El 4-3720 JAMES MASON, a she noticed fresh shoe
--WMH MM M H H BMBBBMWMBBH B BWV BW- Entry is believed to spilled
in his
El some
4-5119 student in on
Boys Scout Troop senior the second gift of over prints on her livingroom
Johnnie's HotelAllModern 173 Second Baptist Department of Home $2,000 to Clark Col- floor, she said.A have been gained by face and on his left
For Sale raising glass jalousiepane shoulder, he
continued.
Conveniences Church, will receive the Economics. Her gift lege from a graduatethis further check was
3 BdRm Home, Tile Bath to turn door knob Miss Wilson said wal-
vaunted Eagle Award yesterday brings to year.
Aeons By Day Nite or made and she found
Carport-Sale by.Owner $2,110 the total she from inside. lace started fighting,
Week Call EL 6-7596 Thursday.June 6 from the several items valued at
Magnolia Gardens-Owner Investigating the break her when she started
has given the college
Court of which
741% W. Ashley Street. Honor $89.50 missing. She said
Would like EquityLow this She has beena in were Patrolmen M. looking through
convenes at 7:30 p.m. year. the shoe prints were some ._
Monthly Notes Young and E.R. Taylor. letters he had that she
regular contributorto
WANTEDBeauty I in the church. Scout those of
Po 8-3933 the college for someone wearing . .. was keeping* for him
Mason is the son of Mr. tennis shoes. No suspectwas
Operators & while he was in prisonin
and Mrs. James Mason many years.A named.
Barbers are wanted to FOR SALE Clark graduate of Albany. Georgia.
2501 Woodland St. The The investigation was FIGHT ENDS IN
Hollywood Beauty Lounge Top Soil Fill Dirt public is invited. the class of 1907, Mrs. conducted by patrolmenM. PAIRS' ARREST During the fight she was

622 W. Ashley St. Call Oyster Shell & Sand "(Royal Art Studio Photo) McKenzie has given Young and H. Harley. Injured police reportedSome

I. S. Anderson Call Day or NightPO much of her life to of the potash accidentally -
El 3-3245 8-6409 St. Phillip's i i Plans Christian service and . A fight staged last got on Mrs.
..' week at 984 W. Ashley
education. She has Irene Gleaton. 55. of
Ground
WHITE SWAN DRY CLEANERS BreakingRites POLICE PROBEMt. Street between Ulysses
taught at Bethune 948 W. Ashley street.
ARARAT BREAKINMt. Wallace 28 and Alpha-
SundayFather -Cookman and Philander -
FREE-Mothproofing and mothproof bags with $5*.00 Smith Colleges and sean Wilson, 34, resulted . .
or more worth of Dry Cleaning. T. Vincent Hir- Ararat Baptist in both parties
Rector of Saint'Philip's Florida A. and M. Uni- ... ,.
versity. A native of
,
1933 KINGS, ROAD Phone EL 6.0593 Church Union Jacksonville Florida,
and Pearl Streets, announces EDGEWOQD
that a. special she was first presidentof THE Lounge
the Florida Con-
groundbreaking ceremonyfor ference of the Women' s Presents
'Moncrief DriveInFruit the new rrorosed Society for Christian t "

parish building will J (
.fTFACHER
Services. She has beena
he held "' .M
on Sunday l-f-
home demonstration :
June 3 after,the regular t \ )
Market church services. agent in Alchua County, o ,/) \ (. I,
Florida and secretaryof
Parish Building "
&: The building which the Brooklyn N.Y. OF THE YEAR-Mrs V Dancing and Cocktails. in C J l. I.
45th & Moncrief YWCA. Her long Christian Bertha James Minor assistant \ ,
will be started duringthe }
service follows a family professor of a Magnificient Atmosphere
.
Willie Motley.Prop. coming week, will &
tradition. She is the physical education,
he modern in every o
For Free Delivery Open Daily detail. The structure Florida A&M University

will include an assembly Negro Elected was recently named t
Call PO 59287H 1 a.m. to 12 p.m. room with a Teacher of the Year
by the FAMU Student
seating capacity of
To Top Post Government Association.
ICE COLD 130 with a small \l
Right is Percy Goodman ENTERTAINMENT NITELY
stage; fully equipped
'
WATERMELON of Panama City, president \
kitchen for serving WASHINGTON A White- FAMU Student Bar opens at 5 p.m. Open 'til1 1 a.m.
meals two rest
; rooms;
house Aide disclosedthis Government Association.

Maxwell House InstantWjtMjUHMobd a utility room; four week that President (FAMU staff photo), WEST EDGEWOOD AVENUE AT CLEVELAND RD.
large class rooms for
Kennedy will nominatethe

9FFEE6'a .490 the church school third Negro Federal 1 I .-.----- .. --
or which can be convertedinto
Judge to his administration. ,
another large assembly Y s ,Y

MARTHA WHITE room when needed It is expected that the ...,
25 2 49 and two church offices.
FLOUR judgeship will Involvea
All vestry men, members -
Ihs prominent eastern city
of the various or- .
leader, presumably in ,, "
;
IbsTsRADE ganizations of the 'ta:' /
2
MEATY 'A' '
Philadelphia .
church will be on hand although ,-..;$ \,:'", '-4Zt.V ,
,
several other candidatesin a J .. _
NECK 25 RYERS 29 evpnt.to take a part in the more than one city Mrs. oreida Agent R. Enith ITheodore R. johnsor Mrs. Leola Patterson johnny Brown Mrs. Wilhelnenla MCIntosh
Agent
BONES lb. are being considered for Agent Agent Agent

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SMOKE tAR&E LIME Against Barker 13,529 Votes <.' Company's introduction of the new, Weekly Family plan, increasing Sick and Accident Hospital
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