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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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Jacksonville Fla
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June 1, 1957
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

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

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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 1, 1957
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Genre:
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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I.", An American citizen, was' ,evicted by a court ',order from, the Expeclanl I 1 M.!kerHitByHusbaid j j

';' ". home he_had_contracted to buy and had ,been living in for no other i 'iI

: obvious reason than that the color of his akin Is- not white. ;2 I
'{Y' Last; 'Thursday t morning two
I' deputies from the Sheriffs office 3oo. 'of the I J
,;; :. $ S1.200 down payment ,
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,; served an eviction, notice on Ne- ,leaving a ,balance of $900.to .
:" giro citizen Eugene Lucas to 'vac'te be paid on closing of the, contract A 20-year-old expectant mother fl'
;, reported she was -,struck in the
: ; the bungalow .at 536 West19th ", -
,I St, a white slum area now face and knocked down the steps : $, o -
: '" being sold to colored citizens, Toward ,theend of February by her husband during an argument E :

;- "- hard pressed for: homes, at exorbitant Lucas secured permssion. to move .between, the couple,last ,Sunday _
11' prices. into the hoose, from Harris on about, 1:30 .p.m. _

.:?r,/ -. Lucas' 'a ,hard-working pullman March 2,. reportedly on authori hirieyXouston, of 1704 Payne ____
J- o porter and the father of five zation.. of. _,the owner.. But soon ,Street told investigating officers S S-------: _,.- -_- -_ -i : -

: children, four of whom are teenage after. his: entry he was notified that, she anther husband, Robert V
,:,1. !:f-. or under: became the victim by telegram to' get out because&CC9rd1ng' Houston. of the same address $

: caught in a web of greed and to testimony Rogers were in an argu n ent. She said she I

*ft" ., prejudice.! received ,nume 'ous-'caUs resentingthe had, started 'up'the stairs to the _

f;...A '-It aU began in mid-January .presence; .the. ,colored, family second floor when her husband ,

.i :'- this year when he learned that In the'ma.I'..' ->, struck Jier 'in the face causingher :

'.:'" :Mrs. Willie C. Sanders white' 'In a- suit brought In Circuit .' to fall downstairs. The young
had listed the home for sale at a woman stated that: she is about
1.1.t Court s
Judge, Charles A. Luckie
"_ _, cash price of'$7,500: When fee:in* esld : two months pregnant.. q \.
:. p 'formed the real estate broker of t3ta .... .,-lasi'"vacat' ..' ..'. -';ins.''''Housloir was 'ifeliteoT'"atDuvaf _. ....- .
premises.- : ... : : .. .
It '. his Inability to meet the 'Cash : Medical Center by 'Doctors ;. ;.:4- ,ar R' JY'

t: terms of the sale-the realtist, John Ernest D, Jackson attorneywho ,Brewton.and McDonald.Det. .

,Y Harris arranged with another ,.represented 'Lucas filed, motion Sgts. W. C, Barber and- ..... .
! .. that he will ., F. A. Gruber investigated. ... ",
I t : party who agreed to purchasethe appeal.. '.: w

i property with the understand-- .. f .
It: ing that Lucas would buy it
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from him. ...
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I ,. I Testimony brought out'- that Cab Driver Held--I-N Death yy)2 :z
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Walter Rogers, Jr. an attorney ,
:r' bought the property for-$6,500 j I : : Negro citizen's'Tiirhiture is be';:"*r ov d'from. his home in white area. At right i js WalterRoy:r,?: I

.. and turned it over to"UarrlsWhQ Of ExNarcoticsWilliam Agent Jr.-,.. -the'-" man'._.. who"-"--"told-'--"Lucas.'-" --'''''-to' get.....-.out..... ._'_.. .. -..........-...-..... ,. .. ... .'
:). arranged a' sale with Lucas: I for ..: "i. ,_

,,: 98.760.-The Lucas, ,family. said, they '- : Prince, a well-known 'cab driver faces criminal charges 44 f3rf7 d

agreed to buy and paid HarrisCauses- in connection with the shooting death of Jerome Edwards a' 30- ; EWC 'Prsident Charges

year-old Jaxon who at one time was reputed to -have beert.an' .

:!; Argument ; Edwards undercover was narcotics taken agent.to. Duval 'Misuse Of t

Medical Center where he was One, version of the 'shooting. College ynisBy
given is that Prince got out of
treated Doctors Farlow
Suicide by and
Attempt Cab No. 146 which he was drivingand
Middlemen and then transferredto
walked over to Edwards' car
BrewsteTHospitaL and shot, 'him without Staff CorrespondentThe
between'a exchanging
A quarrel' Jacksonville
Other witnesses to the.shooting and smoldering .hush-hush fued between Bishop l D. Ward :N.chols:
-', man and his girl is listed as are listed* as; Louis Toler, 770 words walked away', Davis
also told Police and William B. Stewart, president of EdVlfdVaters College iliretlup
that Prince
the reason for a suicide attempt W. State Street, James Prince, gave tlls.week and the ember fell dismissal
the I as came the of the president .
,... by,Johnny :Mack 23 of 218 Davis gun to another cab driver it
726 W.
State Street, Clifford $
after he had shot Edwards in who circulated charges?of misuse of school funds by the; presiding -
;. Street. Rodgers, and Caphas Carter; 756 the neck. prelate of .the 11th Episcopal District. ,
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Johnny Mack, 23, 218 Davis W. State'street -

Street told, Police he and his "girl The Investigation was conductedby ..Anotherversion' of tHe' fatal a .a>: y :r In a.terse release to the FLORIDA supported, schools. .
friend" Jessie Mao Jones, ''628 Patrolmen J. Seldon and M. shooting, not substantiated' l>y police fY4' { STAR] Bishop Nichols, last The announcement of-.Ji rJdent

W..'Church Street had an*argu, ,Newson, and Det.* Sgt. A. B. (Gi1 investigation is that the A Thursday announced: St wart's dismissal brings td an
ment. She accused him of another' breath. victim was shot by'aaother; person "The Board of Management of end the behind-the-scenes fued between

.. l' woman: and- ald she was quitting Bl. \W : '. and that the calbre 'of' Edward Waters College in Annual, the two administrators
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bullet that .killed, JSdwards doe K Session'today, decided to relieve which resulted in the students' and
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I him.He.said he told her if she quit not correspond with the gun found" Mr. W.- B. Stewart: of his dutiesas the institution getting a black

him he would kill hams .. Hegot. In Prince's possession. ..-': ,1: President of Edward. Waters eye, ,as..each denied respo.nsbility

the gun arid put; it to his Other .sources revealed that the .a. d Uege. We regret Very much, the for any situations that arose.

head* and attempted ,to"pull the incident was:the a ijnaUt-t necessity for this ..action.personalities One responsibility-dodging Incident

, .,- trigger, and as he..-did. his etglrl'f' ,car squeezing play between tb y br "No were involved concerped a ..student's-
'1. -friend".knocked his arm, the shot cab ,driver:andthevicUm.MANLOSESB ., In tnis matter and the: Board peal:for athletic fa.dllUeslwb1ch

through his left .. acted irir. the best interest of the
going ,, arms H they:said they were being, nfed
Mack was.arreste4 for disc- S tt ; a FL .'" .-. cas reads eviction; warrant- to quit home college. despite the fact that ,they:' were

, charging firearms in the_ city neDx.fi..P Euti !. af''T eft.'''': --.. ___ : Steward officially leveled his payng for Jt
forts, *' : charges of misuse of the""school's !"lt' wound that Nic.1otr -
: a 't1i ; up Bishop
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PjTtrolmea T. I*. Mays: and ',C. \ '; :; _; ;;funds|against the'Bishop' .Thursr ,clabned. be. :had na% kn. wJ.edge t
Barton investigated. e- A a M'r i l iTHn1i'E afternoon-in a meetingof theTrustees the while
mJ! 1 ,f; .Q lJHigr day _9f', ',situation J1 Stewart
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-: > and-Board, pf Manage- moaned.'thaVhs !hands"fwrt:ed
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TheYsPU&
Ii FUSE iFOS4N which was seen com ".
Tt Jearnedt-late.
was Friday
h. ,. An argument between A man ing ftevWal. months; came to a
: f ;rt iII Sf le and a woman which occurred be A white manfwho solicited the, aid,. of a",Negro cab d.11verto: : take breaking point 'as result. of a afternoon that Mrs.,Delia 'E.Ste-;
wart, ,to President W.
joblinthe colored area' to purchase'whiskey'in theearly secretary
-11:30 and 14US5 pun. Sim- hIm to._a.juk9 disagreement between the Bishop! >>. i
C&mpesSatiOD Measure 1 .....-- r ....."'--..._ day Kay: 36,. ended;with the man hours ,of the morning i reported'" toT'police? that'Tie' was:robbed? and the president over the handling B. Stewartrreceived-a'lettn-sig1'
.ed 'by Mrl.:Mary Taylor, act1ngBustnes.l
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"_ 'For. Local Man Adopted ,JB8OME H>WARDS gett&g the roughest end, of the of |800. of a $25,000 appropriation to ,
TALLAHASSEE-The Senate, .' dies ,of befiet.womu. arg rte at'by' 'getting .cut with. apocket Owen F., Henderson,*whose' ad-. the College by the County.s Manager,. infonrj'jis: her i
.' .". .i'' dress Is ,listed as Route 1. BOX bills to( the termination of her serviceas
Thursday bill to knife., Aftertaking' :".eight $100' .
passed a pay .
t One factor tfie of May 31. Mrs. Stewart ,
to no
.' Prince in Charles 'Mobley of 1320 225 f ,said tha last Saturday "from him. Henderson 'said they contributing .
was lodged 3.
: 7,500 city jailon
i to a Jacksonville man who : I : '
to to the
: break are evidenced in Stewart's kin President; requested .
-,-::-lost his sight as the result of a 'a chargeof,assault to murder Davis Street and Johnnie'_ Kay morning about 5 &.In. he askeda fled Jn cab Jfo, 145,Harold Farmer r

s .#,J1r a at a prison road camp. bet after the death -of Edwardshe .!Allen, 22, 1321 Davis Street were 'colored.cab driver. to; show: him, ,, .ths ,man. who Tepjortedly: got charge;that he was called'=;upon' to vacate the. stpod: '
Nichols miser rented by her.JAX
to
by statement
i il Nathanlal Putnam was trapped was transferred to the county engaged In an'' argunient ncr according a place "where Jie' could _purchase. in the car with Henderson met =sign i t.
some'.whiskey: ; at ,JThird Street -Wflcox Arlesta verifying the employment of, per- .; \ \
to 'the statement near
of
of the
S :".'i In a fire at the Suwannee County jail on a charge murder. -
convict,camp where he. was servIng Police were-- told by witnesses witness; :Mobley was put,and hit Accocrdtog to, ''Henderson. tfie t' Boss and''l"heodoreLawrence' sons 'understand.f whose status'l=ee did f not.' MAN DRAWS : .. t'

*!sentence.. He suffered burns.tch Ruth Edwards,and Alvin Davis with.:u. brick) ,.by Miss Uen.I. cab.driver got.&to his (Hender who followed In cab 145 a .sa' ecUHat1PtoU qute
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YEAR
; :: destroyed his sight '" that Jerome' Edwards and WilliamPrince' I. .I1)ttemptfng'to separate them, son's) car1 which he said'was lol; and Nathaniel Nichols Another factor: "responsible for!, JAIL .TERH t .

;/S::, Rules Chairman Davis. of 1Iad1r were' traveling ,east on Georgia-Mae.'Dallas {1320S;Davif lowed 1ya NeW\: Deal Cab He. and,:two" other* Unidentified men the rltti1sa:: queston of some,$10* Robert Lewis, 3$ waste x 'eie 4I ,

:;' Ion.V 4 put the bin before-' the State:Street and after passing intersection :Street' was also cut on tithe leftFvrist. ) said whey he. andthe] cab driver who .rode.in a black 'Dodge. 000 rased* by", the Alumni Aasocia-- to two years In prisoT* b8 F-f1;

..Seriate, saidhe/felt It was one of State and Jefferson 't:,:.,.,.. :' .' ; stopped to drink the::whiskey. One- man. repor.edly-got' out of lion_ afer- the General, Board.. :I day, for arson. : l
.14 of "..the"most' -'Justified" claims Streets, the j ncident involving Patrolmen.G'zR..H aiidd N. which ..they,: had purchased they :the c therycar and came o'ver' to banned the annual l;Founders' Day, Damage- caused the ;jpc *i ir.dfurniture -

; ever P rosent & Prince and Edwards occurred. Newsom investigatedL1 were surrounded, by 5 or 6 men., Continued r on page eight _, ftmd-rarsI nl"g.:prajeot"In ', totaled $250.t 1

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.., JANY: TIMES THAT- ..:'t- 1- ;I PPoNCIPAL GOAL ...r .

1.; ". .:' .Published, by The Florida: Star Publishing Ca. ''. ,,.. IT HERE CAN'T HAPPEU '; : .
-SO WHAT
: :,_ Negroes in Mississippi were urged by a U.S. Congressman last
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J f':t'- Mailing Address: : ARc
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.week to set as their "number one target" attainment of "the right _
:423' Broad Street, Jacksonville, Horida Phone ELgin 4-3773 : ; ;? : t
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: to vote. They also were urged to support Negro-owned businesses 4
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:Eric O.'Simpson .........:Ji. .. ... ...... .. .;fw..EditorLouise asto, "try to venture Into new. fields of endeavor" ,away from"traditionally \

Gulriyard ...........;;*.;...'*......;.:;'....., ..New Editor Negro jobs and professions." .

a Parham .Johnson. .. ...:.f:_..., %:;:..........N \rs Staff The speaker r 7 Population trends..The .

Altamae. Richardson ........ .....-',..,.............Circulation Dept. as. Congressman white people who are
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jjlL; SUBSCRIPTION BATES -- In age and principally Ugh school
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-j'.'-:$5ne,Year $SdO Half Year ,$3.60! ;' Three Monthst80 ,meeting in ': graduates who do not fled enough "

jp ? Mailed To You, Anywhere In The United States. Jackson, Miss 'r outlet for their training or po- : 4

!'Subscriptions Payable In Advance. Send Checks or Money Order To: /5 on May 19. The I tentiaUtles," he said. They do I

'" ,FLORIDAOUR, : 'S 'S went, sponsored not find it because many prudent-: i,
northern industrialists hesitate to j

NEGRO HIGH SCHOOL: SIpb ;, % :. by the State Missisiippi ,. ; Invest in a state so pre-occupled J

.. .1 with the Immoral and Illegal sub- ,
f NAACP, was a
DENIED I :eI jugatlon[ of forty-six per cent of I
BEING third anniversary
GRADUATES -
Its citizens." t tMr.
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_gFf taffGSSEmt9aus&HEPi&; _f& ff iP't'&f p l **" I '4L observance Simpson ,
4 indicated that the t
Diggs ,
', of- the U.S. Supreme Court decision .
OF JOB OPPORTUNITIESEach \ \ entire South might learn lesson
a
\\C -- : of May 17. 1954, which held "
from the experience of Great .
year when June and graduation time rolls around we of -c. I racial segregation in public Britain. ;
concerned than ever schools to be unconstitutional. t
seriously
the FLoRIDA STAR become more "When, England realized she
,In community, and Florida Mr. Dlggs called integration
about the future of the Negro youth our could no longer keep her colonialsin

as a whole, probably in much the same manner as a mother or "as inevitable as the rising sun- subjection she gave them membership I

father becomes more deeply concerned about the future of a child even in Mississippi." in the British Common-

status of manhood or womanhood.At "America cannot afford in the
who has just reached the
wealth he
; 4. pointed out. "A long
this; time of ,the year when we see thousands of young peoplegraduating c interest of justice, to let hoodlums and bitter fight was thus avoided

from high schools all over the, state and several hundreds- : and race baiters crawl out from which would have converted her

coming out of Florida A and M University and other institutions under the rocks and defy the law colonials nto enemies instead of
aware of the limited of the land" he continued.
throughout the country, we become fearfully partners and friends. This is what
opportunities that lie ahead for these native sons. The Congressman predicted that be
can accomplished ,in the Southif
In Duval County alone; some youngsters will be graduated from "Mississippi will never realize its
decent of the
Jhe people
sec-
the two high schools and of that amount, it is safe to say only "Busy Saving The World, While The Constitution Is Undermined. At Home. cherished dream of a successful tion would exercise courage and

about half will be able to even enter college; much less go through.It ?O 'balance agriculture.with industry imagination."
ths ((6th) should
bring.
you good
worried about. What will untilit balances the
Is these that we are frightfully .. program t
fortune, instinct
unfailing ,
they ,do.VJtere will they find employment Except for a few en- books on human equality."

I; lucky ones, it appears that most of them are doomed to be relegatedto : Your Weekly lightened'counsels to make friends'and opportunities who will He referred to a Mississippi Lectures Set

positions as chamber-maids, houstworkers, porters. ,. and unskilled study which, he said, revealed that
have an influence in the unfold-
workers." '-. (.: Horoscope GuideWHICH '... ing of,your-future. white Mississippians are leavingthe The second of a series of lec ,

i I We recognize, of course, the need for chamber-maids, house-.-. : .-:0..::0.f 9-10-33-59-32-913. state at a faster rate than ture-messages by the Rev Mr.
I workers and unskilled laborers; but we have a surplus of-such ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR the Negroes, contrary to previous B. Franklin Brokenborough will

r workers., .Moreover, it seems that Negro youths with high. school, ,,1:' -
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,: BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL r be held Sunday evening, June 9,
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education deserve the same opportunities for employment. provided: '" ,
at 8:40 at BrokenboroughMission
white high school graduates through job training'programs developed PIiBLO Born Sept 24th thru Oct. 23rd cessity arise. The course of self- p.m.
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By The ASTROLOGER .' 640 W. Tenth Street
by cooperation between the schools, and private industry. '" .,,.: ,, You promote your major Interests development to which you should The theme for the lecture will

., It 1*lamentable that there are'so very few Negnw>wned bwi-. more efficaciously when apply yourself industriously .holds ,
.Q : be, "How To Become More Pros-
nesses to provide office training or the development bf Industrial -a' : ARIES DANCER you abide. by your conservative long-range possibilities, due"to the Wlse."

skills. But It Is even regrettable that because of prejudce the white I Barn;.March k':21st thru April 19th Born v June 22nd thru July 22nd ways rather than when you allow ((5th-6th; ). t .. I"' perous, ,Happy and
The. Rev. Mr. Brokenborough'has
firms=.,and even those which derive a great .percentage'"of ,their I, .;The!:tendency ofbthers to throw Don't let this deter you from others to sweep you off your feet. 9--80-55-79-5.-98&f'',:; i'!,,I '
announced the service
that
profits 'from Negroes-have not extended their'job'!trafe&g to. Ne.',: 'cold: :water 'on 'your ideas and grasping: the many ,opportunities This is probably the best week ';''. "If ; r.o
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.. .. ., will, be Jield on the. mission
"J't: ** -f'-" loaf>Lange: projects} is revealed that arise ,this week. -The (6th) to capitalize' on' your 'personality,. -S. SfSAQUARIUS i" .:..I .
groes. grounds if weather permits and
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Thus incomes down to.a matter of economlcsrTlierNero. eopie' % the hall): Take obstructions ,tQ' gives you a chance,to take.posi' training' ,and experience. *' -- u n'' :t! will include ,congregational ;singing -

'will have to wake; up and organize' themselveS*' ?: mWe &h appeal.'and dela 1s in travel< in your. stride. five action in behalf trf yourper-; 2-20. --44-29-43;-:234. Born Jan. 20th tllrJ)1eh; :18th and other music.' Hestated

'; and: ni tie hd "atte'mpt&: tol'al sonal and A disturbing dtsvetopmeriU:
al.1nterest&Your
to firms to give Negro youths the opp itUnts 'for job : .soc further that collection wouldtaken.t.&I1d.no.adm
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.A.1'\d.' emplo en... n\M aVA.i1able'' f. whit@, yQirths. .' 1rtP. #- tie "The. nil-.. res!:t that F f ezt plans and hopes ea1x u1d*(not! beallowedto :" i SCORPIO ; : :-. volvingi> + .fnendc-"or--loved ''one
: -. :t >.. k$ ssiod.would ,
r--r; 's :l"i EbUlbi Y rBlt; : > !4 1toP. ,
left. ; Yo'r. heart; lamily anu JQCKet., inert' :'B6i' '!Oct: :21th tbiii''N ov.2ndThe -' could 'transpita ortfttie: lstltvhen"dhi !
9 he'only course.. which WU1 be ; to us to I'.OM' th flifBsr } expire.beca\1S ; r b ... :
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which refuse to give our youth ;the opportunities they 'deserve''would, It'-Ob"Wn tfi"lfnVGoas tia on yojir.part; at: this junction. necessity eJ(.gettmg"YOur. liSWlclOp amr!" um.=t i'leaswlro ; lswiteSt1 attend.

be.to form united action to*withhold our Spending'd oilers' from thos. .
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the .. 'd of. thrift and retrenchment .a. firm':basis: far tjU1J.M! sEf -
Industries which fail to give us cooperation we require.LILLY'S loved. ones. .*c gram .
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TAURUS all.these influential and beneficent posit,on in; life'' fend;; .financial; -I' PATRONIZE '. :
BornpAprll 20 h',thru Slay 20th .' anecsosary FLORIDA STAR"ADVERTISERS'- ; ,
forces 'rfeif
in corner should dependence should
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DRUG 'STdRo7 : !!w;+$lt$>*jgh>&>e.euniary and security / v jl. "LEO; ,v f not"hesitate' to-,travel,"find new ectsion'ft'd. a4 asap .: ; :.. .
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Born June 23rd thru 23rd t, i iBUY
qu'estlbns give cause Aug.
;*nay you friends and adopt measures' that' menls whll they ttr9'8z..ne fa'

for reflection and doubts; because Accept lie. beiie ifs and.,blessings ensure: you ,of. a .)brilliant-future. ored l by.the '))".: ..;. .'. .. .. .

'1907 Kings Road aC J>> ,.fL ofttbe'pif&"bpposiUon' Saturn (1st) .as they come and you will 4-60-,88-,59-86--465.: ) 9O.181-1 1911'# "" '** S5LL ;eoUHf. .- RIP At. ftHAMWEY -

3 abc: pt--iHis'as a challenge which have .no .cause for complaint this .... .. ."f '" '7' .t.t:>!''t1 j I : BROS.

-g W h e re Experienced, .,'!' '"- "; ,Q" :your 'ingenuity and spirit;' o{ en- week. (1st) should leave'you wiser SAGGIITARIUS -' ..,... ,,' d .:; !t 1M ..' .. :'SEWING' 'MACHINES

.Pharmacists Prep ar r; tosarimeet with some degree and -bejter? .able.to take life more BOrn.Nov.' '}' 23rd ,thru! Dec.' 21st .,. of ::. PISc.S, fOPp., .t :f I"" '..S4/;; WASHING and' ;Service MACHINES Sine 1915
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L P Pharmacists.Prep a,r, :of "success: Affiliations and .philosophically ,henceforth. The You should ,make the effort to Born Feb. 19th thru Mar-rSOt: '' 20,,BROAD i ST. .- .EL-4-7743 ,

Your Prescription A& contracts. 'are, very favorably emphasized (3rd and 6th) counsels you to prevent a,deterioration of marital, But reason, persuasion,and loVing
well, concentrate on business .ways will iiave UJsir ; Lna -
afl your professional partnership and, public relations. :
cording doctor
k.: to your a > 8--70:.:-9969-9S-S78.: and pecuniary pursuits You will find that your gainful on the 3rd and 6th. .>These 4are' -

Using' without revealing your methodsor endeavors will put cash in the fine days for engagement .. tipw- LEAH.i T-C DRIVE

intentions for the future. You ers, weddings, understandings and
:. ,74 quality :. till and win you the admirationand Hi. Q.lck* tI n. E.dntWey
.. drugs. '..GEMINI do not invite complications when other dpings. The (5th) and (6th)' t. Lee
Born 21st thru June 21st recognition' of those who
Dr. C. E. Black Dr. W. T.Graham May you let problems work. out by benefit, Your ultimate adds its weight to these favorable I '
thereby.
'The: only sour note, this week themselvesT Indications besides providing-' an I i A J A *,
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be sounded the.1st when % aims in this respect are of no
A Complete Line of: may on -22-29-21-632. artistic and inspiring; quality to DRIVING SCHOOL ;
concern to anyone but yourselfand
the. .Sun'opposes Saturn If your all ,. ,-
-i. that transpires. Long voyages, .
mate other collaborator those intimately affected. CALL EL 4-0639.-
; Cosmetics Rubber 'Goods Candies or seems
Sundries
. -:- -:- -:- vacationing projects -and higher-
unreasonable, 'mo'rose or demanding VIRGO 7-50-22-44-27-762. mind or educational pursuits may George Perpena '' .

it'may be on account of a Born Aug. 24th thru Se t. 23rd .
; also be considered. ,' )JIM W. 5th Street
personal problem or state of.depression. Do-nothing that'' will incur the I CAPRICORNBorn ,
6-40-33-39-31-643.
Be sympathetic rather displeasure of elders, officials or I Dec. 22nd thru Jan. 19th i

than. ,critical and this. will earn home companions on the 1st when The material as well as vital aF

\if4-ftf, A itr you greater loyalty and appreda- the Sun opposes Saturn. From reSerVes, that have been sparinglyused

: Jon.tI..in the-f uture.' then on, you .should have smooth when.... not needed. can 'be
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Oar vtrr liberal CURRENT RATE Each account I is r 1

earnings are com- I n s U r e d op to The-Fi&s lasted Below Are Recommended As Reputable Establishments A,
pounded Semi$10,000 ar'the .
1 ; Annually on Say* 2 0 Federal: I Savings. *,-- .. '- ,'.,.1 Specializing Services and Products
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and Loan l Insar*
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BLONDIE'S BEAUTY SHOP
.FREE "Pak of Girl Shoes _
} Specialist In H.Ir Sryfing and Giaa
ours
,,. Who You Shoes
New
Ear HOT Year
Hair Styled To Suit Year Persono/i'ry
SHALLEY SHOE SHOP : MOVED TO NEW LOCATION 1132 HARRISON ST. P&I
Tiny Ma* Thomas, Prop. Res. Phone EL 5-3033
522 BROAD STREETSewing --
LES CHARMETTE :BEAUTY SALON

1427 DAVIS STREET .. .
!;=$ I Machines I w. t r'IlIYit. -

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I : A FITTING COMPANION TO: Florida Sewing Machine SupplyWe f get styled year to hair salt i t.:; ..- x ,';., ". I

: KING SOLOMON HERBAL COMPOUND yoor personall* t.: ,_' r'
Buy, Sell. cad Repair, Singer ,end Other Makes' j ty. Specializing ,>
NOW YOU CAN GET Port Supplies .t in electric sealllU -;'t
ma staa* t<<1
An Old Established Concern 3:1'1'
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l..'< I.r Full minimum daily seed.of Riboflavin ..(Q). I Home Construction I JerreH Graham Daisy Jackson Catherine Allen KEN I KNIGHT I ;:. i
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J t .zS 45 times rndnhrinm dally need of Iron' I Funeral Directory I PRESENTING .... _

i _- 3 tmes minimum dally need of Vitamin B-l Room. Additions Roofing Siding ) KNIGHT TRAIN : :. 1
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,Bathrooms Complete Home Remodeling 8-9 P.M. 12-1 NIGHTLY -
FOR THAT RUN DOWN CONDITION -
::N .' ; FOR FREE ESTIMATE PHO'NL .0: C. Jcraigaa S. L. Doris Mgr. \
-t\- Feel better in week all yeUJ" back : SWEET CHARIOT : ;: :
: : : .- :' one or mosey TED CAMPBELL ;,,* CARTER'S FUNERAL HOME : -
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1957 THE FLORIDA STAB .1 Page Three
Saturday, Jane 1, _

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Mrs. Pearl Alackey, a'. most

charming hostess had Mesdames

:Evelyn L. Hughes, Margaret Wilson -

and .Louise Guinyard as'guests I : ?
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when she entertained the Kevin- ..
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0 ettes Bridge Club last Saturday f ; } ,
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evening. ; : :

"'. Members, of the club and their : T S :

guests, adorned in shorts and .

pedal pushers, struck a genuinely
ri+d: c k6 a'
casual note as they assembled .

on the patio for an enjoyable

bridge session.

Pearl's specalty, barbecued ribs, ,59tiF4'r? _#'* c,''$'{

served with pineapple salad, crisp

f french fries and hot rolls lent
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atmosphere to the occasion. Also

on the menu was barbecued chick. 4

en. A variety of beverages was

I, available. -

Guests attending the Cosaml

t. Club'a recent bridge session Mesdames < ; .:: i. .,'
Dorothy Oliver, Ann ,Lam-
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-bert, Doris Glover Bennett and I *

Geraldine Ililliard, were not too
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disappointed when Mrs. Pearl

i Mackey copped the number one ..

prize, for thehostess provided .r. l'u, .A.. ..:.f:q Jrw: : m, : \ ....,nG..... t 4

t -consolltion. awards of dainty ear- NEWLYWEDS Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Herbert Thayer, who were united In nutrmony in an Impressive ceremony held May 22 in St. Pius Catholic C.i .: '.

.' rings to each of them. are seen at left as they cut their beautiful wedding cake at the reception held following the rites. ..-.;. _.

In the number one place for Members ofthe bridal party, seen In the photo on the right, are as follows: Front row, left to right Miss Mabel Steu'artIrs.. David MathU, 3UJColeman Jl; i.{,.', -'

the club prize ,was Mrs/ \uanita and Mrs. Cleophus IIowelL In the back''' are, Ed Witsell, Marion flliCia'n: Julian Thayer and John S. Foster. '. ;,
I Bell, wha was followed very close ..
The bride who Isa teacher at Susie E. Tolbert School,. is the daughter of Mrs. Bl1i h Schenk, a tveli-l.nown Jacksonville resident. The groom"Is the x'-r" sViurs.
ly by Mesdames Essie McCrayand -
Elizabeth Simmons. :I Wltsell Thayer, who Is a member of oze of the pioneer families of Du vi County. Mr., Thayer Is. a postal employee.fflivi .
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PROGRESSIVE CLUB BISHOP D. NICHOLS El Tropicanos Club
Mrs. Joan Spaulding entertained .
VANFTi&\ SCHENK WEDS V HIBISCUS CIRCLE

the Tuesday Morning Bridge Club AUXILIARY SPONSORS TO DELIVER ADDRESS 5p3nsors Benefit Ball
last Tuesday in her home at 3731 lit

Moncrief Road, West. ,-J Mil JGStPti 1 HERBERT THAYER Di Ii 1\i% icDARTV' COLORFUL PARTY TO STANTON GRADSThe. ST. AUGUSTINE-A student
Mrs. Thelma Lewis an d Mrs: ,, 1 W1l1..>JJ 1 11. 1h,
in this community will attend college
Archie Frazier were special --
guests. PALAT:=A--;*1L innuol summer ,. -ipprpxaaately; : 315 mem- next year, thanks to the forethought -
In a ceremony marked !by? tender beauty, the former Miss The Hibiscus Garden Circle of members of the El
-- The menu consisted of barbe- party sponsored: by the Y01.1.Mel's ; bers of the June fjridjating: closof
Vanette .Schenk became the bride of Mr. Joseph Herbert Thayer members are busy weighing sug- Tropicanos Club.
cued chicken, mashed potatoes,, Progressive: Club Auxiliary : New Stanton Senior High!
in rites: held May 22 in St. Pius Catholic Church. gestions and formulating plans
hot rolls tossed salad and'ice was held recently, in the YMPC School have many activities scheduled The fortunate individual will receive
The bride was given in marriage by her father. for their garden party, scheduled
cream cake, served with soft Club Rjsuu. and consisted: of a for the week leading up to a scholarship sponsored by
Following the speaking of the to be 'held .June 11, beginning at
, drinks and other beverages.Mrs. )ooq s.eppq atn 1da)( savor asual I variety:; -entertaining: gomes, fnal graduation exercises, when the club with proceeds from a
marital vows, a reception was 8:00: p.m., at the home of Mrs.
Henrietta Howard and -JOHMl. .s.JW 'atrg 3uptp.z: 3t1 01QS3n.a followed by tasty refreshments. the Rt. Rev. D. Ward Nichols,, will ball held recently on the Florida
held in the 'beautifully decorated Elizabeth ,Jones, 1211 McConihe I
)Irs. Louise Durden were winnersof paanpo.l1tIJ aa'j "et1IW3 "szp( w The following guests attendedthe deliver the address. Normal College campus.J. .
home of the bride's mother, Mrs. I Street.
the club prizees, while Mrs. party, held in the beautifully The senior Ay Webster, principal of West
special assemblywill
Blanche Schenk, at 641 West_ Members of the circle and their
Thelma Lewis was awarded the.- Eighth Etreet Ararat Plus guests will enjoy games and other decorated assembly room: Mr. and be held Monday, June 3; SL Augustine Elementary School
guest prize. Mrs. Wilbert C. Belton Jesse L. presented members fo the club
Alumni and Awards Day Tuesday,
The lovely bride chose for her forms of entertainment on Mrs.
\ The roster of the club is as Florence, Mr. and Mrs. during intermission.:
wedding frosty white gown of Many Activities Jones' beautiful lawn. The party Joseph June 4; the; senior outing will be

follows: Mesdames Helen Toney, imported chantilly lace. over tulle will ,mark the club's 15th anni D. Greene Dr. and MrS.- William held Wednesday, June :5; and the The purposeof the club was

dea&Ie Hlckson, Eariene Walden and shimmering satin. A delicately versary. H. Higgins, Mr. and Mrs. FredR. final awarding of ,diplomas will given by William L. Brown,. president

Edwards, Henrietta Howard, Louise 36th Brooks, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. June who also extended greetings
The of DistrieNo. held
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molded bodice featured a bateau anniversary The May meeting was held in .be Friday,
Durden, Joan Spauldtog, and neckline, outlined with lace flowers 1 and the 31st. for DeadCharlie the home of Mrs. J. O. Buchanan: Long, Mr. and Mrs. E.. G. Green, Bishop Nichols presiding' pre- and words of welcome t? ,''guests.
Misses Gwendolyn Shelton sad Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mr. The D. and B. Romeo 'played'for
Wright,
and lace'slaeves Bussie as leader will be
I long ended in ,1230 W. Twelfth Street, with Mrs. late of the Eleventh Episcopal
Zelma Johnson.. calla lily points at the wrists. held Sunday June 9, at 3:30: jxm., L. Serena, Cam presiding over the and Mrs.. Doc Taylor, Mrs. Beulah District of the AME Church. the dance.

The voluminous skirt of tier upon in the auditorium of the church. business session. ,. Haynes, Mrs. Alberta Hall: Miss '

Alto getting in on- the final, tier of lace ruffles fell to the Each member of the,, district Is Mrs. S. Mathl.s'made brief' remarks Claretha. Mr. and Mrs William ,Williams, James' A.. Moore, William la 1M6, there wm. 33UOg i

meeting-of-the-year act were the floor in graceful 'folds and swept asked to pay $L on the meeting. S.: Maxwell, Timothy Lee White, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Americans Injured+ 1 ia traffic tied.dcaU. .
Lea These Amies Club members, I CoWer Mr. and Mrs. Edwin R. McLeod and Huey Paige. .
lavishly into the wide chapel train. District No. 2 of lit Ararat \
who were guests of Mra Vivian
Her fingertip veil of sheerest illusion Baptist Church will celebrate its .
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)ooJde" Satterwfclte. The
meeting
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was attached to a double 26th anniversary I Monday, June McCaU Preseits
wax held in her home, 503 W.
tiara, illumined with Iridescent 10, at 8 p.m., in the auditoriumof

Eighth Street paillettes. the church. A specal invitation ideal Pr.raAiLocalSIore'
HeI"Aule Mae Mdftto, should hair ;
The bride's. mother chose a is being extended to the public to Why your

Nan_ Fletcher: Barbara Harper. I mauve 'gown of Alencon .lace over attend. _
Mary W. Simpson tai drinks J.

Bell were special guests on, the taffeta. The bodice 'featured a Districts 22 and 23 will celebrate you're old andgy1

occasion. -, portrait neckline and elbow, length their anniversary June 3, Musi/d i say V V

The menu consisted of prime sleeves. The voluminous skirt was in the auditorium of the* church. A program was presented

beef roast with mushrooms tossed waltz-length.: She wore matching I The Male Chorus'of Zioq a Hope recently at Cohen, Brothers _
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accessories and a purple orchid Baptist Church will furnish the 'Department Store under the
salad, stuffed celery, string beans,
corsage. music. The direction of.Andrew L. McCall,
Rev. :B. I
creamed beets, hot rolls,. crab Wynn, pastor
4 The groom's mother chose a of will with Mrs. Inez Bivins serving as
Abyssinia appear on
apples and hot and sweet pickles. ,
beige 'lace gown, which featureda theprogram.. mistress of ceremonies.
Mesdames Juanita Ben,
Mary
bateau neckline and short, scalloped -
The program was sponsored by
Simpson laud Annie McIntosh were The Gospel Chorus will cele-

winners of guest prizes, while Mrs. sleeves. The waltz-length brate its anniversary Monday Mr.. Ray Williams in the Display y.

Doris Jones, !Irs. Lillian Singleton skirt was poised over taffeta. She June 24, at '8 p.m. The Rev. D. B. Department' of the store. The program

and Miss Ruth Broome were wore matching accessories and a Barnes' will be the .speaker. was attented by employeesof I
purple corsage. .the stare and local radio per-
awarded club prizes in the order All Boards that have not contributed .
,The matron of honor, Mrs. John sonnel. .
mentioned. blood to tne Blood Bank !
J. Coleman,was exquisitely gownedin
i the
will see Deacon Hillman- or. leave The participants on program
illusion and matching
Members of the Branch YWCA sungold. $6 in the office were: Mrs. Patricia Wiggs
taffeta, worn poised ,over layersof
of the McCall Gospel Singers
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Business and Professional Women's
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net an dtaffeta. Her shirred The members of.the,Burial. Assurance -
Little Jacquelyn,, Fort, first prize
Club were elected to officesin
are asked to. their
bodice of net featured an off- pay
the state organization at the winner: at the Apollo Theatre,
shoulder stole. The voluminous net dues. New members are:-invited
"' cent State Weekend EmployedWomen's to join. New/York City;' Bobby Frazier;
skirt was enhanced by a peplum .
Conference held recently and Miss 'Esther James, accom
effect made of cascading ruffles _
'in Leesburg. PATRONIZE panist. k ; 4
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of net and taff<<;ta. ,Her shirred __ '
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Officers were elected as follows: Andrew L. McCall is the organizer f. :, 4. :
sign.She' wore matching-- tiara Florida StarAdvertisers -
Susan Dundel of Miami, chairman; of horsehairbraid,' *c and _director of the Mc-

Gayle .Nelson of Daytona Beach, Call Gospel Singers.
The maid of honoru,:MjssMable: M
vice chairman; Delores Hart ofMiami .
Steward ware a similar ensemblein
The OFC Room
Beautiful
program chairman; FannIe. eye-catching seafoam green. .
Blue of Jacksonville, secretary; ; of -
"bridesmaids DavidD. '
The Mrs. :
and, Geneva Guyton of Jacksonville THE HARLEM CLUB 4,
MathLs and" Mrs. Cleophus l r
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The latter two .. '
vtreasurer. are HowelC: wore gowns of sungold PftOWDFS MUSIC FOR' DANCING AND L/STFN/NC .
_"members of the Branch, YWCA 2703 KINGS AVENUE PHONE FL 9-1458 )'.... ;.<<. -
and seafoam green respectively,
The Branch BAPW Club met! tin 'designs'.duplicating those of -V : ,.


tress Wednesday' session, held evening at the in 'a Y busir on the honor-attendants sccessonea.-. with I matching .VpOsNEff8' Look yo n U er.}.:<:..-l9ok Iov e lier. today.. *!*


-Eighth Street, Sirs. Irma Lynch Members of the Belladonnas "_ .-."." ."? ,:*- : of:..4- .'

president. presided. cmb.'resplendently gowned, served fC 1@g1c9V : Forget the **gray hair,heartaches! -. rwve! (lice the one'shown here) .

,,-- '. ; as hOstesSes'at the reception. Code fioya Laf ieuse Hair Cbforfng f cars .;i&Tll be. pro&iif of your hair when

s'Musical Tea efFort .:Mrs.- Julia Hazzard served at give your hair youn2rl\..x>king* lorefy. you_ chonr. GoJefroy8 Luieusef Its! Nr .s '

': the glittering punchbowl, "while :; jq CULTURESSTRAIGHTENS! looking: color %Ar Stray gLmi&gIutrrt the famous brand in the red box 1 111 A t !

Second Baptist t- Unit / mtor that Ia than 50 Ot it favorite
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STANTON V 1937 CLASS (1 .l- Ray Robinson Anti t.i. I'p horn f>roiestmnal' o...n*ric cubntar today ,. rV
District. No. 18 of Second Baptist ,,4The I! ugar I

Church ie sponsoring a Musi PLANS ACTIVITIES __-. 44g4"Ws -

cal Tea June 16, from 3:00 to '

5:00 p-ioL, in the home of.Mr. and a Knockout .tlS
Old Stanton High School
Mrs. Ernest D. Jackson 1905
; Class ..ot 1937 met at the school -
West 22nd Street ; '
recently to complete' plans -forpresenting'a'schtrlarshlp ifj; i'

The public s invited to ,attend to James =

and enjoy the program, which will O. Ivory, winner of -a Competitive : 1a

be announced examination given to -a group of (

senior honor students of Stanton
later.MUSCLESI .
High School; M
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Dr. Jl: C. Downing, presidennt POSNERS'p t

,- R.Ii.v. painao' tir d, IOf'e, china mu*. of:! the organization,' announced rb es $ 0 rTJI L t

cUt STAN with BACK STAN acts BACK.fast to UbUU bring or wwfwtlug"rtlUf. twwdtr that a sexiest' ,of activities have i ITT ON PSSKm PROCESS "r t. $llC pooboktbora.pbiyr/ia '. S.Appfy GrdtfreLorUw* 3. Aft r cofer baa develop, .
the week of ; 4 fell iorf.us. .wftb tndvdvd shonpoo hair flfldmuvd Ml la i
...b.uua.the STANBACK tomtit beenplannedferr'- 'AT mi fAWUTl BARBER SHOP dry Godtfro/f ; bandy oppQcator
cembirtf. tcvtrml prescription type M* June 2-8: and that all class mem- _--M. _pcaoi: N your favorft* .tyf..
...,..dienta for fast rIUf of pa1a. floras and c"unetlc counter '"",
': era are"aSlredl to'tted: 1AA < -- drug I OOO.PROY MA'NUPACTURINO. _co. 3010 auiva...!. RTR. arliT' AT. i OUTS :! '

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::: ":IJ Pale- Choruses GRADS SLATED. ,' '. Glendale Club Meets '._ I District Congress I Anniversary! Set ,


-tn Parade" Set TO HEAR DR. PORTER : Set For June 26 For:League PrexyAlexander


_.' Ali Arthur C, Madry, principal v- 4- '. ,

rte Male Chorus of Zion_Hope, ..ofYcIdon Johnson Junior June 26 has been set as the Goitre, Jr., presidentof
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.. Bujtist; Church under the direc* High School,. announced that Dr. L <11L : date, for the annual meeting ofthe the Allen Christian Endeavor

tioct of Mrs. Emma Bush.Johnsonwlfv .Gilbert .pc er,. Executive Secrelary 4Ifr j' District Con mss.of the.Jacksonville League of St. Paul AME Church,

; present "Male Choruses. ohPreside' of.the 'Florida State Teachers District of the AIM will observe his tenth anniversary

... : in the church auditorium Association will deliver 'the ,, Church. Sunday, June 2, at 5:00: pan.,' in

01 Zion Hope at 8 p-m.. june .2t* commencement, address at the The Rev. Mr. F. J. Jones, presiding the youth auditorium.

., Serving groups are the Male. school: Friday. June '7. elder has called all ministers A program has been arrangedin

Clorus of Abyssinia Baptist Senior Chapel Day wiIT.be: held Sunday School land ACE connectoin with the ceremoniesfor

Church under the direction ..of Tuesday; June 4; when .,membersof t c; g League workers, delegates. missionaries the fne service rendered by the
: :&ITS.' Evelyn Johnson and.the the:: graduating class will 'conduct "" 4 4ti seniors and juniors, to president A special financial drive

'Ttla e Chorus of Mt. Ararat Bap-' .the.assembly service at 10:30:: meet at 10:00 on the above will be. terminated: during the program -
date at Waymon .ChaPel' AME and is being held in connection -
/'ti'-church under. the direction t
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.'.ofAjthur Goodman. National Honor Society willHold Church. with the June 5 conven
S The .. lion of the School and
-its induction ceremony on following persona are expected Sunday
.:.. Other male choruses'to apPearipretentolL I
"Y dnesdaY. June 5, at 10:30 a.m. to be present: Miss Arlena ACE League of the West Jack

: Calvary; Little Mr.liadry stated that friends Simms, district league ,president. ; sonville District.Mr .
;; : and Royal Tab b Willie Walker 'diStrict' Cottrell was elected to office -
'!. indpatrons_ >.of the ,school are i .' superintendent *
';: > : Spring; !St. Paul .invited: to attend all commence. F ,, rt, y'w ,a" v'L' ? of Sunday Schools; Mrs in March* 1957, when the.Rev.

and ment activities. wt 4 E. M Richardson and,;M. Tyrus, Raymond Austin King was pastorof
."-J en Baptist; ihe ilk Ararat t t directors of .'young, :t>OOp 's-departments ,the church. He has a record of

i ": : et, and the Norfolk Four. Steven Sanders, president, has creditable service, being absent

".. ;: 'Parham- Johnson will serve extended an invitation to all chor' TwI11rkLt only during personal illness family
,-;".;c*-! roaster of ceremonies for the I use and .musical'troups' to attend ;: ; emergencies.

'occasion. and enjoy a musical: evening! *- Holy; Communion

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flPAYS J 1j DEAl Wim IJAVIS } yr t 'r7 $ Raja .4."' Slated In Elks Home


.. Rev. Mr. R. 1* Jones, pas- .

not let children tor of Central Baptist Church, has An appreciation program will
Why be at the Elks Auditorium
your ATTEND MEETING. -.Member$ .of' the: Glendale Social Savi&a and Charity Club are seen as they announced that the monthly ritual presented

R 1 attended 'a meeting fa thp home of Mr. ,and. Mrs. J:. .W. Weston, '1109Vest Filth.Street. I of Holy Communion wijl be performed June 9, at 9 p.rnin honorof

Play In their own backyard Seated, left to right, Mesdamcs Idella Kirby, .Lucille Brown, Maybelle Wiggins,. Fannie. Moss: and I at the church Sunday,, the Rev. W. J. Long. boy

Willie 3L: Johnson. Standing, Mesdames Ella Major, 3IyabeU Taylor, Helen Polite, Ode L. Bell, Ellean June 2, during the evening wor preacher.
Melvin Grace will as
serve mas-
Reese, Christine Campbell and Geromle Weston. ship. The service will begin at
:-' ter of ceremonies and Mrs. Ethel
with 7_ o'clock.

: ., :>: :_ : > Activities MT.SINAI BAPTIST i I I II Other services, during the day Davenport arrangements Bannister for the is in olcasion.chargeof .

-': :" : ; "; \ Final New Mt. Olive will follow the usual order,' With An invitation has been extendedto

; : SLATES ACTIVITIES the pastor delivering the ,sermon music lovers of the city to attend -
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Kindergarten aon. worship services.
SelsAnnualDayI
;" By I the program. 'Some of the
(t-' GYM S"'EI Choir No. 1 will serve during the
a1' I morning service. city's most talented yroups and
i Mt. S Baptist Church is in individual artists will participate:
i Graduation exercises for the i I I i Officers elected to serve during L. Thompson will conduct the
midst of its revival services,
: Day Spring Kindergarten will be the New Mt. Olive Baptist Church's Sunday School, which will on the program.
with the Rev. E. ,H. Branch of beginat
!: .held' June 9, at 4:00 pjn.. in the J I annual Women's Day observance 9:30 a.m. the quarterly temper-

)1tr A. < auditorium of the church. sermons Kansas Cty each, Ma.night.delivering.. the j I Sunday, June 9, have been announced ance lesson subject Is "Brothers Mt. Calvary Baptist

; : The annual outing to the zoo as follows: Divided.*' _
: Sinai is located at Lee and -
Mt. ,
'. '..,., will be' held June. 10. Buses will i, Mrs. Ola M. Ceasar will -pre- Slates ActivitiesThe
Sixth Streets. The Rev. H. H. l\trs.l\I. Ix Story, general chair
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.. leave the 'church at 9:30 a.m. 1 sde the BTU
over ,
: Robinson, announced the which beginsat
pastor Mrs M. Grant co-chairman
I Parents and' guardians have, I I.man; ; 5:45 '
.$. .. : been invited to. the continuation of the___ meeting Mrs. H. L. Jenkins, acting pastor; p.m. Celestial Gospel Singerswill
accompany All choirs will serve for
the
I next week. .be in recital at
'chi ihroughout; Miss M. Johnson, chairman of the presented
dren the : .
on trip.Services :
communion'service..
I Mrs. Edith Jones will be pre- junior department Mrs: G. D. ,- ". .:: Mt. Calvary Baptist Church Sunday -

,,' : i I II I sented fa a; recital June :10 fa the Jenkins. Junior program chair- I. t:8, : 1 ; .June 2, Immediately following -

;. r : :auditorium., of ,the' church. in be max;"'Mrs:'R. M. Lang, secretary; the 'evening service.: The pro

I. ,. ,: .- ... ... -S"..,. Slated half ofthe. .Women's Day. drive.Mrs. Mrs, C. Barnes, treasurer; and ... gram will be presented fa. the
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Jones Is a member .of Choir PALLBEARERS 113_ auditorium
.y. '<: ble9dhnea p. Carbin, D, Wiggins
I ... ,,,. i v' .", .... -'<" At Mount Olive .2 ,of the church anda leading "&" '." i *. *- ." .* rk, .:- Pallberaers Lodge No.. 113 will District No.' 2 w"n" meet Sun-
and A. N.. McCoy: trustees.
': { : o;;j rarlo. ., present a'prograni Sunday afternoon 'dAy.'at 4:00 p."m.: in' the. home of

::.. y rj; .: :;"J< .*.." An afterservicevo'rshp service ;The, Wpmen's Day observance as Mrs.* Laura SeaBrooks of will serve June 2, at 3 o'clock, In NeW )l'r. and Mrs.= J. 'H. Mayner on

.. 4t.t! .. ,. '< ... .' ." '.. .'\!.. will -be' held at Mt. Olive Baptist wit t }I ,be'held dune 23; Mrs. M. K.dibspn'tjs'"cliainnah superintendent the 'Sunday Salem. .Baptist Church,., Arrendo; 14th Sheet. '".' ", ; -
; School while Miss Jenkins
# ,.Ht-i:. 'Only"$l OO. Down ,. I ... .' : ': 'Church-Sxiriday, June 2, conducted \ [ for .the :day i wl'ac, a. ? Q. E.Teachers Proceeds, from the, program .will .District ''No. ':4 will. meet Sunday
: i secretary. '
a .. :: t -fi. .-the'.Rev. G. G. Webb, pastor and'Mrs', .E.MT Pierce 1s coChairRosebud .benefit youths in.the-area ..Cars at 3:00 p.m., at 2050 Dell-
t.- .: -Balance ..... ;' '. ', 'of'Redeeift Church : I' "* fa reM Mesdames Lona: James*, Ophf. will leave Mt.. Moriah. Baptist wood Avenue. .
: Baptist ; ..'........ Ua Green X. .
9n ; ; M. Mitchell, Lottie .
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Jt--; ." Cy :,,;t : '". t :Jh' 1, -; -' t' lie'regular"order- of' -worship Collier and Thelnia *" Church at p. n. 0( 'f' District N. 6 will '
( .: :. !ASY TEH'MS" ; 'r.F '.> wI14prevaf-}wit:. 'Olive on 'Sunday -, t" 1 i iI' I bars: Rosa Stephensjrul Edwards.review .The .,leg: llar, meeting wll -beheld :8Q p.m. .Sunday in the 'home of
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( beginnfag5"With Sunday Schoolat !} "
:;, -,:, ';:? : :: :_, 9:39: -'a:: nr: supervised by J. "H.Washington .Ci Irc, J a .?k Js '. the 'lesson'. '- will be elected. 1075 Eleventh. ..Street.. .,

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ft_ t \y omen appearing. .during the. -
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: 2Ht1tind Fltrtti ); t L; !L jbegi4ja mdin3sh. kl1:30 a.m.2thV withctwir' 1 1'alde' Th' :'Rosebud.v..:It;,"l'R:''' (. Carden.Cti'lIe A.: in.I Lark Mesdames, G.: H.Ruth.Fogies Hamilton Amanda, Essie .Sinai{ Baptist :Sets rMt. Pallbearers> 'j>wj .l: Lodge.(216M
iS4boards? leadingi **
; ,1 w y. <' "processionaLT.: its final;activity for the' current Roberts, Odessa Wiggins.. ., Laura 'Recital *"\i' : ''Sets, t ::Election; 'Meeting
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: : : ear "Umbrella :M. Colson, Women'sThe s-frr--. -
... f BTUbegins 500; pin..; with filcaJ.. t.hejd- JW: : Finnary :Dorothy .g "JllPallbearers ___

): >< ." 3. Spee'dlControlled, c I'n' : o t.0. tJ'it: (f.., Zits- ."'G,, W'eb f-', 'charge, and willbe Tea" last Thursday evening n the Hayes, Dorothy Murray, Hortense ., .. .' '. 'Lodge No.: '216 will .
< : Jenkins : '
"6 home of .Mr. and Mrs. James Jones, Eva Jr.r.'Walker,
..followedjy\ %Jtfce regular eve-, :.' Worn ell's Auxll1'r ?-of .Mt meet Wednesday, June. 5, at
.0: ; By Ther m.ostat -njng 'serviceat". _"?::45 p.m. !:Thedeliver Courtney. 1325. West i9Ul Street;' A. Livingston. M. Collins, E. Gor- Sinai Baptist Church has*'set the 8 p.m. in :Walter'.remorial' AJtLE. .
s' 1 # ** ,Mrs .Carrie,bollard who. was tieii; M. Grant, Dcnnie Jackson, corner
.. the jjjgggg e date for its annual recital as Church. ; ? Caroline and Madison -
..'t'; 10\,. It Cuts On and Cuts.. ,01..,ro( ..". ". "_: I.I, .. -.: _.,_ 9iSvcicessful general chairman ,of the tea, jj;: 'Y. Green, R.' M. Lang, L. W. June 16. .'. streets. The election of officers' -
I \. By Itself When. > ;. .'r ; : '. st.a.t.ecf that the'venture was. quite Jones, Loretta Melton, Delphia .
.. ., ttl !" 1r' ''' Mrs. Edith Jones, one of ;the will be held at the meeting
The Weather: Changes: '''\'-:. .; ? successful. )trs. Annie Bell Lee,, Brfnson. Edna Hall, A. F. Cummings leading sOPrS.nos. in the.. church, which will be conducted by the
i uxiliari olds co-chairman of the event also W. t-L Danie'ls, Eliza Rich '
; J : will be the featured. artist. Grand Deputy. ,' '
:: : at-Table One. -Perry, and hola*Webb; Misses M. 's.
,h. 39.9si/: ., 'DinnerSale eerved Mrs. Jones is a membef of'Tj\J.members, are expected, to be
VJolet 1 'Ktnno and Johnson, A. B. Carbin and Gwen. '
Mesdames
: : and present'Rev.; G.V Stiller is
: 1f r Choir No! 2 .of the Church ,
;:-c. .A Annie L. Cartwright supervised d lyn Garner. \ pxeslden't'of : T>'x<
the lodge
; .I ( : > I. she has appeared on. programs ..
E-Z. Terms activities at Table Two; Mesdames ;
). t j .- '" ; ; I t fa various churches n the city as
1 The;'Jacksonville Urban League's'Cc4mayfilty Beulah Harris and M. tI west soloist.
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" t ; lY. .- -smorgasbord dinner recently and MesdameS' Bernice Pugh and Ladies Auxiliary To A. W, \Wilkins, leaders of the '

:" ''' > :. t' Ebenezer :Methodist Thelma Session supervised at event announced that the committee Pay Visit To City ..

', ;1: Cool''S.ei Church.: ..' Table Four. I Letter friersMeeting.Moiiday, Slate has done much "work to ..,
tables featured beautifuland -
The ,
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.h recItaL la
) Support expected from Michigan and Mrs. Esther
ComlriRoll follqwng, ,members: Mrs. Lucille .
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by. members of circle. I I '
members of the churchWomen's Graves of Beach yiaited
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ofaies, Chairman; Tklrs. Lillian Guests nctuded'.members'. of The Ladies Auxiliary No 23 of Day activities will the city recently as guests of .
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I :? : Small, secretary-treasurer; Mrs.F. other garden .clubs in the com- the National Association of Letter '
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lib- I at the church June 23, Mrs. E. A. Carter of 831 Dewitt
L. .Chrispin, chaplain Mrs. and friends of the
munity spon- scheduled -
Carriers have Itsregu
w1th.1rs. M. K. Gibson and Mrs. Street.
..: .. Pearl '
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', ., .Miller consultant of com-! .
; .. '. .....;J'" .'- ;"'.t- soring circle. lar meeting for 7 o'clock Monday E. M. Pierce heading the com Both women have returned to
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1Mb evening
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: : ... .. cil; Mrs.,.Ruth Adams, Mrs. MaryBradford Mrs.. -Wa and P. Surcey, 1532 ,. .. .

.4j....\1 ...-.., ..' ..:.... dan Be:- Tilted ;; Mrs. Thomas Brinson; West 22nd Street. ,
, :, -;. To Any Position Mrs.: L; A. Davis. ; Mrs. AttrusFlemtogfjMrs. : PATRONIZE Members Qf the organizationare 'SUB LEASE :APARTMENT
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< Mrs. room apartmcar ;summer. or only
byV JUllian
KIng Mrs. Thom-
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.. ... y Special as/McGhee ::...Advertisers the agenda.. ..
.. ; ,Mrs. Ruby Morris- G. ALEXANDER

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I& I -. :if EASY TERNS .. Sampson; Mrs. Eva Satterwhite; MEDIUM MULt T ..' ...1..,;..-..lb. ;20c

I&a.;\ : .r.-' Mrs.-Mary Washington: Mrs. Marjorte SPECKLED TROUT ,....>,.:.-....-.-...,..lb. :49c
a Neal;Mrs, Mary Jones; ilrs.. I Summer Music School
-.......... .,:t....h. '. .. .. Jennie Sims; Mrs. W. L. Mack; LARGE; FLOUNDER .,:......*..,.:: ....'...... lb. 35c '

I <2 i. o,'. : l .: ... ." "J Mrs Virginia Mathis; Mrs. L. B. VIRGINIA CROAKERS ..... .....:..-.:. &. 29c ENROLL TO-DAY '

: Mungin: ; Mrs. Hazel Carter; Mrs.J. B RE'A.M .., .... ......'......:i'- :........-...................... H59c? Six-Biq: Weeks June 17th -July 26th : ;
:, ':: : .: : OPEN A CHARGE'ACCOUNT' TODAY : 'W. 3oldei|; :Mrs. Viola Ander- I 'MANGROVE SNAPPER .;,,;, ,..:.,,,.:.,"'h., ...:. jj>. 49"N'A :
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>0' J :. G. Brown; Mrs. MamieHarrelli m.lb.. Sge Child's Name_ ,Address. ______ Phon.-
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} & ':, ; : "Mrs.v Sophie Starkes served as C A.T F I S H ...-U: ._ .::.... .... lb. 49c Parel t'. Name Deposit of S-, _

;. ; -chairman of -the dinner along.I S POT S ....:... .f.. .................."e lb., I wont my child to enroll la," check- one: f

' :\ '; :i ':' -'; Dir.1; t S Coppaiiy 'lvitta Mrs ,A. M. Frazier.TJuBius.A. :BLACf: SEA BASS :........................_..!,'!,...l.. ...L.lb. 29c Q Q Advance Beginning Band Band .-- 1- O PrePianoO Pre-Band
: Bowman executive'of For, Bo iinqMEDIUM ft" ; D Beginning .Orchestra Q Piano

'I ; ( ; -. secretary:. the-Ja ksonv1lIe Urbaa -, -- SHRIMP ..................._................ lb..69c. Q D*" Prhrata Advance Lessons Orchestra O O Private Rhythm and Band Class '
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t 'N CP $unday'isJuneO! J ; Simon -. Johnson> Park Official Opening. oM f ,. ,.: '

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Is Members, Fulids' Sought l : ,


I. r! A SPA-Bishop DS Ward Nlchofi: "presiding'' :i
Eleventh Episcopal District ot- the AME' Ch arch, who is servng* as "

cb- h'alrman of the:; current NAACP:campaig ) in ;FlprMa, announced ,

recently June._ 9 will be "NAACP Sunday' throughout the state.. ; ) T ; : :1

Speaking before a series or one day conferences held in each J
I .'district of the 'A.}.tE. 'Church; in.this' Statethe: Bishop called :for .' I
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.'full support from all ministers in Florida in ,Helping- to, make :the 4.i -

:. NAACP the Strongest: Civil Rights Orpn1z3.tlon'.inthe.. State,
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expect each A.M.E. Minister Mr. Roosevelt urge active support -

: rate In helping to make of the NAACP because it is' > : .* '

CP Sunday" a huge sue. "not only ,working to make de- : j

he said. Bishop Nichols also mocracy work for seventeen_ mil +-

that 'each Ministerappoint lion ,Negrees but for, one hundred /I&tib

: : mtttees to begin campaigning sixty-seven million Americans." :: i 4g it I ________ .*. ::1

memberships to be reported MivRoosevelt. called recent attacks 1e
: that day and that they take. upon the 'Association in the E ; %7R ; 1
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ad
e collections to be sent South "wrong.Attacks .** w the State Conference of upon! the NAACP by V ; V V A

V 705 East Harlson'! persons who call it extremist are
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e ; Tampa Florida, or to him wrong." he asserted. "These, same i
UP .! roe *** *l Cap tothe
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ard Waters Jack pe Dns..are guilty of that which
College a
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condemn. .
they merlcmt. whv 'make oar
anw e, the Bishop has sent He also declared,"that "those 'jL country. .aadUP community
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to all Branch Presidents, who oppose the Supreme Court

Executive Committee ){ m- decisions agair.st racial segregation .

of the NAACP and church- have not brought their It, !f 11 .' *
I, asking them to support the thinking up to the modernlevel."

" : P Program. Appeals for Of the. pending civil rights bill iC

i"I n were also mailed to in Congress, Mr. Roosevelt said: *

J. C. Sams, progressive. Ba p- "If President Eisenhower would

Association; Dr. J. A. Fin- speak to the.nation in defense of -

General State Baptst Con- his civil rights bill as .he intends iCiC

and to Dr. W. J. Johnson to do about the budget, it would 4- ;
PLATFORM GUESTS 1ct ants In the lorraal' .opening of Simon-Johnson.Park and .recreation-fcenVer held "last ':8'Sunday
Missionary Baptist Asso-- pass the Senate with little de
T afternoon,.are:
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I bate"PRIMARY
Front row, left to right: Sirs. Lillian Farley; Mrs. Ilallie Sampson; Mrs.' Alice Conway; Mrs. Ernestine Woods; Charless Lott -Ie

NAACP membership and C behind stand J;, Isadora Singleton;. Miss Linda Padgett; tC. S. Sattcnvhitc: ; Ernest D. Jackson, who delivered the address; and .
aising drive in Florida seeks < : '
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j.: Carlton Bryant supervisor of the new unit. "

; members and $25,000.: The ELECTIONS -ffi, ....:Second row, left to right: ,Joe IL dames? representative of Precinct 3-A; Miss Eartha M. M\ White; Mrs. Florida Dwight, re- :' /h_< > iC '
t opened 14 and will '* .,. .. .
on April '
; ;.tired recreation Worker; J. J. NIron, representative of Precinct 4-C; Henry \\'. Jenkins, Jr. (behind stand); Charles F.. James Principal t'. .' '''x.1'>'' .

I on co-chairman June 9. Serving as, cam SWITCHED TO FALL ,. 'of Matthew Gilbert High School* Charles! D. Brooks, Prln cjpaf of New stanton High School; Mrs. Mary L. Green; and Ann Washington! *
with the AME
, l\ rs. Vera Bias FergiJJon. '
TALLAHASSEE-Florida's Junior High School iC
is Dr. CV Kenzle Steele pri- ,
Ji of the Tallahassee NAA-, mary elections bill, which was j Back rowleft to right: David U. Dwight; Elwood .1... J. Bonks, assistant principal of New ''Stanton High School; Commissioner ,Tribute is paid; to Maryof iC

branch. signed recently by Governor Collins ; Louis II, Hitter; Ish, Brant, Superintendent Duval Coun ty School Board;V Elcee r... Lucas; Commissioner Lemuel Sharp; the 9-5 class. She is an .

t Elbert I lend ricks; Dr. Daniel ft. Kirk; Mrs. Fletter White; Mr a. Willie Griffin; Arnett Griffin and William W. Green. honor student, a' member
was a part of his legislative
recent hig \ght of the cam of the Singing for Enjoyment K
was a MM, 12 mass meet- program. Under the new law, Club and is afflUiC
In Miami at:\which the elections will be held n the House ,Approves Annual Walker Gives
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Congress NAACP Probe Group Bill"iApproved College. ated with the Grant Memorial : iC
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i ''xTames 'Roosevelt (D-Calif) ,fall, with the first primary com- Raise For Bus Drivers j jT A.1t.E,r Church.
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2,000 persons of both races heard, .falling'three general ,election weeks and later.theseeend pay ALLAHASSEEA300aycar raise, costing a total of $1-I By Both Houses Activities leading up to and *********** 'fr
: commencement at Walker
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Speeding was blamed for 13,830 The --purpose of the change is 654,000, has been approved by I \'hc.a.tional "and : .fal'-coI-, -fr" i.. .,
deaths pn U.S., highways in )1950. to reduce the"cost the school bus ''
and wear and House for drivers. i TALLAHASSEE the many bills. introduced during the 1957 .:iC
fcge are scheduled follows
t in .1930, more than 8,000 pedestrians tear of running for public officein The money would be distributed; i Legislatureaimed at curbing the activities of the National Association Class night will.be held OjS Frfday:. iC

V : were killed by autos In these counties with growing under the minimum foundation for the Advancement of Colored, People in the State of Florida, June 7. ,-.! .' '.' c I

'4.. 1 the-1105: 1 wig two-party system. "j n-pgram. 01 I only the pne.extendlng,the life of the special investigating committee] The Junior-Senior Prom, will .beheld t. J Ji

: : V V V another two years cleared. both houses 'Saturday evening, June '8, i

V VVF ** Others which had ridden on the ... at .
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;' : V r r r I House' calendar without action for Life Sentence Upheld- The Rev.. Mr. R. A." ,King willdeliver iC : '.......'.....

I i :.severalveeks, w&re placed' on the baccalaureate 'sermon .

r Fhe;: scrap:,heap in action taken! Convicted Rapist Sunday, June 9. '. <

j tt last Saturdays I .:. V The commencement address will, .{t ... :.. 't.ti'
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House: calendar were aimed at: the life sentence of AndrewrJackson at 10:09 a-m* bythe -RevV Mr, iC CITL1ILNGS "
'i W. It Nesbitt The exercises*wffl Jome<% Weldon Johnson
tightening1 laws-.against barratry
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PendarYisr } raair jcohyicted. -
t unauthorized be held in St. Paul AME Church, ]; -Pepi!Cola. Dealers and
and the practice' of. 44-yeir-old
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law.They' were postponed indefinitely Negro woman in Highlands CtnirfL -two -. .
COMPLifE-.9-RIE6E ::iC: are proud to pay tribute
"of ;' will graduate: receiving
I "' -- .. .. :.byJ Rep. Henry W. Land ,t '- "' "v- : diplomas. :i to Sandra Cummings! of !
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t Orange'"and' ther: :;.was- no discus:j. .The victim 'claimed.thatkPeri- -certificjitfesvin.the" areas the 9-5 class. She is an

: cussion when he znived_ to kill darvis came 'upon: her w ile..' she business administration, secretarial ]; honor student, a memberof :

r BEDROOM"GROUP' them. ., was fishing oil: a creek between.Sebrin'g science, beauty culture, tailoring 1- -r'. UujVR&ver 'rla'zand

/ 4 N Three companion'anUN A and Laredo. in April, 1953 ... radio,"11: .,and. television and,."ac., .. v1cehesigent ,. of. her'
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: ,, ::: houses Judiciary ',. e.Elected' gunpoint *
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t hi the. area at the time of,the sponsors.Stop ;, .- : .TN .

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PAYMENTk.. which has been a controversial. MAN IS ARRESTED IN .
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LAKELAND A back!
J'I: 25yold money .
I of the city commissioners, election Plant City roan wanted in 'connection In doctor's tests, amazing new. .
held during the week. Candidates with the of his Stainless Pazo instantly relieve *
slaying
torturel I Gave internal and
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M favoring the fo -laning of wifewas arrested here early in external relief I 16 medically-proTed *
the two-lane street were winnersin the week b 'Patrolman William ingredients includinsr,Trtolrte! ; relieve ? *
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the election. pain,itching instantly I Reduce
Creamer. : swelling. Promote bea1IAg.'You Sit,
Opponents want to keep Bay "John W.* Salters sought since walk in comfort Only.stainless CllAltLESWEU8
Street a segment of 1A1,Just like pile remedy* Stainless Pazo Sup
i Sunday, was turned over to Plant OS1tort.es or Ointment at druggists.Tr4m James Weldon Johnson *
it 13 as part of the "quaint charm j .rfc ./ (rr.*. lpborst.rtn,1ae.
officers.
,- ? City Oistawat. ,." Ssppostt.rie Tribute is paid to Charlesa *
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atmosphere" the city; proponents
c .c. member' of the, senior
want to broaden the streetto .. *
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: I went out to', "ask .several.-men', to"J '- Wilder Park ReereatJon'

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Box Springs 3-Pc. Dreteer Ensemble I '
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he. was, ,treated and released by .
I Dr. Forlaw i :-. /' rF Featuring James Edwards
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.' TWO TOP STUDENTS Lakeland School Girl I

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; .:.: ;- BY J. VHEEK k LAKELAND-Catherine Jumper 1
.,, 608 Madkoa Sirwi Palalka, Florida top ranking students In the 1956- 1
.<. x an 8.3-ear-old girl who lived ;,
Phcm East 5-3825 .' x 57 graduating class of Bethune- It
r f;' at 246 Sloan Avenue died May 23 i
\ 4 Cookman College are' both children
1 '. ?rl u..: at Morrell Memorial Hospital as : j
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. : A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK of ministers. a result of Injuries sustained when \
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t .. ..L .- .."Humility is the solid foundation of aH the'virtuea."-Confaete. 'A Lemuel Raymond Stallworth, she was struck by a car on her .\J

-), 'Last Week Miss Green, the youngest daughter 'of Mr. and .11dt9.. -_ valedictorian, Is the son of The way home from schooL ,

4 / Tames. Green was our movie guest. ,, {' e r ,.. Rev. and Mrs. Samuel L. Stall The car was driven by Miles

This week we are delighted over I worth .of Oviedo, Florida. He Is
I n. .3 .4l Awl Mulford, 34. of 702 1.2 North
k the opportunity to sand our "mis-; ; <_ .. a science ,education major and
,
Mesdames Freddie Mae Coles Kentucky Avenue, who was driving
tery" 'Invitation to, a young ma- : holds membership In the following
and Altamese Johnson both of x ,,, between 40 and 50 miles per
R trcn whom we hold In high es u organizations: president of Alpha-
Gainesville, were In the city last hour In a 25-mile-per-hour zone
teem.: She is the daughter of a x -' A Kappa Mu Honor Society; reporter -
attending the Past Daughter when the acddent occurred ac-
Sunday : '
:.: woman who holds a very high of Beta Kappa Chi Hon
Rulers CouncIL cording to police estimates. Skid
position In her church and has x' orary Scientific Society; reporterof
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Mrs. .JoJmsonu a teacher In the marks measured 124 feet at the
of. Cavaliers and Cavalettes Social
two sisters. She Is a graduate
Gainesville public schools and secene of the accident, which took
Central Academy (somp> few years 1 Club; parliamentarian of the Stu-
I Mrs. Coles Is a very progressive I place on West Lemon Street.
post) and has a last name that Is, dent Council; parliamentarian of

the same as one of the four points beautician. 4 .:,. .. the senior class;' Hackett Bible
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,:of direction. School; Men's Senate; and. the
Earl Vreen and Ernest Brown ,
satisfied at thispoint I YMCA. CHURCH OF GOD
: We are quite ,
Both
Miami.
that the lady knows. this ,spent last weekend In 1\trs. Ozle: Hinson:Mathis, salutatorian :
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reported that they had a. very
is the of The
Invitation Is meant for .her; however .' '" vdaiighter
her brilliant peasant stay. .lt.tK NO. 76 Cub scouts of St. AME+ held 'V in the Rev. and Mrs. L- D. Hinson of PLANS
If,*he doesn't, very t\J Stephen Church a meeting recently
sister does' Jacksonville. She is an English PROGRAMt
: little ,. basement of the church.

attending Another group the of Past charming D ugh: Front row, left to right. : Eric Cooper. Dennis Mclniosh Yea Washington Burnell Williams major and holds membership in .. t
the following organizations: : reporter -
Friends of Mrs: Evelyn \Wilson, ter Rulers Council last Sunday Anthony Henderson; and Ronald Sellers. The Church of God in 'ChrIst

_' former Palatkan now resding in was- the one from St. Augustine: Back row, left to right: Donovan.Mclniosh J.m3Pr.dgen.. Vincent Henderson. Philyaw Pridgen Ivy Leaf Club of ,Alpha will be host to a "Youth Pro

: Jamaica, New York will regretto Mesdames Cora Tyson, Luclle Frederick Nelson and Willie ,McGaihey,. den chief. DramVomen.s.Kappa; Alpha Sorority* Senate; ;; and Tra-Co-the gram" Saturday, June 1, at 8:00

learn that she is confined to Hudson, Rutha White, Gertrude p.m., in The Church of God, corner

a hospital as a result of an accident Warren and Orange Lee Wilson.. SUMMER 1 WORKSHOPS I Bethune-Cookman' ,'Tampa flimsier YWCA. ': N.'Ninth and Durham s rects.

The ladles were generous with The Garrison Soul Stirrers The

.'.... Her address is 108=12.172nd their praise of our newspaper. AT BETHUNECOOKMANDAYTONA Receives Bid i 'To Boycott Anniversary Gospel Four, The Singing Jubilees .

Street, Jamaica, New York. .CondtlcJs ft7eelt "Qf St. Mary's Ga., The LoganSpecials

4 The "Florida and Georgia" rally BEACH Special Summer Workshop Meeting In ProgressTALLAHASSEE of St. Mary's, The. Gold- .

which terminated- Calvary Baptist v.orkshops to be offered at B th- t .. 3U Voices Juniors of KIngsland,

Mother, 20, Held Church was a ,huge success une Cookman College during the -- -Rep. C. C. Ga., and otftar singing groups will 1

"Georgia"' reported $600' and 1957 summer ,session have been DAYTONA BEACH Danforth Revival meeting is currently; Diggs Negro Democratic con be heard during the program.

Pending Autopsy "Florida" reported $-US, bringingthe announced as follows: Foundation has invited 25 colleges I m' progress at Emanuel Baptist gressman from Michigan was the The Rev D. .R. Berry Is pastorof

total report to $1,043. Driver Education This course around the .nation to attend its Church, Forest and Copeland main speaker at the first meetingof the host church.A .

offers behind-the-wheel experienceand Campus-Community Workshop: at the first anniversary observance -
: In Baby's Death .. sereets; and will continue throughout -
is designed for teachers de-. Sarah Lawrence College, Bronx- of the bus boycott, held by i
"Ocata News vUle New York, next week. total of 40.000 tAmericans
8-August
July
;' t siring to become certified by the the Inter-Civic Council which

... PENSACOLA A: 20-year-old State Department of Educationin 3, 1957., Bethune-Cookman Is The meeting Is being conductedby sponsored the boycott. were killed hi 1956 traffic acci

mother Is being held for Invest:: Miss Willie Cummings J. daughterof Driver Education: to teach In among the colleges receiving in- the Rev. W H. Calhoun, pastor The Inter-C vic Council said the dents.

elation pending the outcome of Mr. and.1trs. D. Cummings secondary schools In Florida. vitations. theme of its anniversary Is, "DIg-
of 913 Adams Street was among of Mt Zion Baptist Church
the autopsy to determine the Library Science-Courses in this John Sylvester Smith, Dean- nity with humility, love with Of driven >hi 1956 highway

1 cause of. death of her twomonthold Cookman'the, 143 graduates of Bethune- area are designed to enable teach. Registrar at Bethune-Cookman Tampa. courage and justice without vio- accidents, 96.7 per cent had more

daughter. Dr. Clyde Miller,.I '' College last week. She ers on the secondary or element College, will be among represen lence." than one year's driving experience.
received the B.A. Degree.
assistant county medical exam- tatives from the at
institution _
s s s ary level to become certified by
iner, said the child had apparently I Iinclude
i the State Department of Education tending the workshop. Others will

been "stung to 'death."' Mr. Eddie L. Vreen, local businessman In Library Science. -D.r. C. R. Bryan, Division
1 Deputy J. O. McDaniels said the + 4 of Science Dr. Thurman W. Stan-
is 'convalescing after Swimming-Courses In swimming ;: NOW AT A PRICE

mother admitted. leaving the baby undergoing a major operation are designed to.prepare students back. Director of the Division of < ,

unattended for seven hours while three weeks ago. to teach Humanities; and, the Rev. Mr. .

she was "making the round of 1 a desiring swimming Rogers J*. Fair, college chaplain.:

',._ Juke joints." When she returned. and to become the'' certified as lifeguards Bryan, Division of Science; Dr.1

.;' --! home she found the baby covered Funeral services were held last ( two spacious swimming Thurman W. SUnback, Director

with ants and took,her to a hospital Sunday 'for Mn. Lessie, Counts pools at Cypress Street of the Division of Humanities; I YOU CAN AFFORD "

where she"'was announced Jacobs,' who passed. away in Recreation Center and Campbell and, the Rev. Mr. Rogers P. Fair, I

-dead, on arrival. Tampa. Street High School wW be used).
college: chaplain. .
Two other children. :2 and 4.. The Rev. Mr. L. N. Anderson 0 Dr. John Sylvester Smith Dean-
The workshop will make an intensive
had been at the house until dark, performed the burial rites; which ,Registrar at Bethune Cookman,
of church-related
\7hen they went to the 1iome of i were held hi Shady Grove.Baptist 'will famish additional information colleges, study their currila, purposes FREE! Via: ,. i ; .:
relatives. Church. concerning the workshops .
I and programs. j ,
upon request .,
r Consultants for the "workshop I .. 6 MONTHSSUPPLY rA y.y. "' w,
Demonstration Program: are: Dr. Doyle Mlkesell Drake r, ,
Govtronr Collins Signs FRATERNAL NOTES-
: University, Des Moines Iowa; Dr. .
Scheduled For Fridays I OF GAS !' k'
Pressley C. McCoy, Danforth
.. ,Bid ,On -Ring S'portsTAILAHASSEEGovemor GRAND UNION PALLBEARERS y ''
.. Foundation, .St Louis, Missouri; F
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For the
Average Family s. .. .,., .
Union .
Society
'.A special Invitation has been I Grand Pallbearers Dr. Lewis B. Mayhew, East Lans- f .4 :,

extended to the public to participate Le- No 223 met during the ing,, Michigan;,. Dr. Harry Levin .

in the summer: demonstration : roy Collins signed a bill passedby week in Walters Memorial AME Child Development Center, Cornell FREE ;,. ..,,
: ,the legislature which requires ,
Zion Church. y '
program now In progress at University, Ithaca New Rork_; f
Brooks Community House, li20: physicians to be present at boxing New officers were elected.PALLBEARERS Dean Frank Kflle, Carolton College % : :
4 TURKEY ti'
wrestling and sparring bouts. b
Tyler Street The programs ;are Northfield, :Minn.; Dr. Clement .fiN.'' : :

presented each Friday'>t 8:30, The new law also requires physicians SET Henshaw, Chicago, Illinois; WITH PURCHASE : .

to examine contestants 58TH ANNIVERSARY Dr. Daniel Feder, 'University of ', ,. n
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,: pjn.The within three hours before a bout ( Coupon) V ,
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course is .based. on the The fifty-ninth anniversary of i Denver, Denver, Colorado; and, .% YJ, ; n.J
text "Methods For Attaining- and report findings to referees the Pallbearers Society Grand .
Miss i V %
Marjorie Carpenter, Stephens Ny
Spiritual. Mastery." The lessons. : or Judges. Union will be observed by the ..,
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a offer valuable help toward overcoming I: --r----- district of Jacksonville Sunday, College, Columbia, Missouri, NO t ,

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J everyday problems and :I June 16,, in Mt. Calvary Baptist rw.

difficulties. No charges are made I GETTING UPRIGHTS Church, corner Dora and' Spruce FLORIDA STAR- :: HONEYDOWN 7 + r"y '
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.,::. for the classes, streets of which the Rev. W. M. '. :' y
If wonted by"Bladder Weakness"I Getting .
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"':-& Up Nights (too frequent burning or ItchIng Hill is pastor. IN EVERY i !- ,. .. : ...y ..L'w I
Passenger cars were 'Involved urlnaticn or Strong. Cloudy TJrtnel The Rev. Mr- R. L. Rogers, pastor '
due to common Kidney and Bladder Xrrltations. -
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) n 'nearly 80 per cent of .all U.SL .. .try CYSTEC for qulclr.gratifying. of Walters Memorial AME .i r ""' .,,, .g r q A
eamf orting help.A button CraltX taoleU :- JUST TRADE IN ,.,,,, I
.. traffic fatalltles In 1956-.85 percent used in pMt 24 yean prop safety and Zion Church, will deliver the anniversary -' COLORED HOME YOUR OLD STOVE
success. Ask: druggist for CYBTKi endersatisiscciaai
of traffic Injuries. sermon. -
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Manager Th mas Presented Thurman Is Rated I inso.i NEW, world YORK-Sugar middleweight Ray Rob-boxing --

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Seems Set On KeepIngChampAwayFrorni An Honor Scroll Top Pinch Hitter I j meet champion Carmen Basiho has finally, welterweight agreed to .

I king, In a title match Jn September -

w CINCINNATI-Big Bob Thur- the International Boxing Club
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I B C aY NEW YORK Rooke catcher mari of the Cincinnati Redlegs is announced. '
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1I Vaimy Thomas of the New York said to be the best pinch hitter Robinson accompanied by sew

I ants the first native of the in the National League becausehis eral members of his brain trust, .

J NEW YORK-Heavyweight boxing Champion Floyd Patterson Virgin Islands -play in the hitting has had a lot to do conferred with James Norris

Ii 1 will bring! to a close his long lay-off from the ring as far as his I I major leagues was recently presented with the Redlegs being in top preidentof the IBC. The terms

I title is concerned) this summer when he makes the first defense ,of 1! an honor scroll by Presi- position in the league standing.The have not been agreed upon, an

; his-title wthout the sanction of the International Boxing Club. nF4 :ent Ashley L. Totten oftne Virin pitchers in the league referto IBC spokesman said.

....Gua.D'Amat4, Patterson's manager'confirmed his ,split with the Islands Civic :association on the big 6-foot, 1-Inch. 202 tan Financial terms and other de-

I IBC ,by telling a .news conference that the 22-year-old champion behalf of, the governor and mem- swatter as "Mr. Swish., Thurman tails wll be discussed later when
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probably will defend his title against Tommy; (Hurricane) Jackson smr: :; bers of the legislature_ of.the. has hit five home runs in 27 timesat the welterweight champion and

,In :'aNew: York Tball park" sometime in July. hk .v'i 4,4 rtid't4 ;-1ka -L.; :-,. Virgin Islands. bat an dhas knocked in 11 his manager can be reached to

l D'Amato said the proposed July bout would be only the first 4y r tanager BJ1 Rigney of the runs. A double and, three; singles Iron out all details, the spokesman .

.at.:several this year for Pattenon: who hasn't defended since he ; Giants -
5 was: present durng the complete his safe-htting ,total in said. .
knocked out Archie Moore In the fifth round. for the championship ,
g presentation. 16 games.
last Nov. 80,. of Jas- '.N.ci i1s '
Thomas, who is, from St. Thomas "He's one of the best hittersI "
If Jackson's is unwilling to shake off IBC ties D'Amato '
manager
V.. L, made, quite a hit -with have ever seen in my nearly agent. In 82 games that year he,' .
I' said he will "go down the list of ranking heavyweights until I-find '
opponent.: ." the Giants: manager when he 17 years in baseball" Manager hit seven home runs and batted -

The, outspoken silver-haired manager, whose feud with the IBC y"1, 9 belted a home run in his first Birdie Tebbetts said. 217, batting n 22 runs.1 Last sea-

appearance In a Giant uniformat Thurman, who was 34-years- son he hit eight homers in 80
fJ stems from his claims that it would nbt find fights for lessor boxers

under his management, that he expects to deal with promoter Emil ; the Polo Grounds.I old on May 14, joined the Cin games, drove In 22 runs and

Lence ta New" York, Jack Hurley to the northwest, and other In II cinnati club in 1955 as a free I batted, .295., ,
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dependents. b I S.-i'JONES if Xa ..hCr'a I-
Lence formerly operated the Eastern.Parkway arena ta Brooklynand j r.. !
one;i is f'o nnnjer I t1-:.ft
'Hurley is a long-time manager and fight promoter who frequently : You Don' Hove to Gc ro Town to Get
h"c of ire<< Bos<< :.n Cot' '; a,': : .
has bucked the IBC. I
j he has signed uiJi n_ Nation J-I
a. D'Amatothreatened the IBC with court action "if it tries ta I
Basketball Association champions.
obstruct us." D'Amalo said his break with'the IBC is already LOW PRICESOn 4
Jones a 6-foot, 4-Inch corner --
q awaiting a federal court decree on charges that it is a monopoly."
man wag described by Horace
Patterson's manager said he wants to "help independent
I promoters (Bones) JMcKtnney, a former Celtic Your
l, get back on their feet,"' and to stimulate "more competition '
star as' being "the best collegiate -
among the networks" for the rights to major'fights. He added that he '* '

is not interested in working with "one-shot" promoters but only ... q.,,, ,.{,, ,.. ,. ,, q qw. player In the South. McKinney DRUG STORE NEEDS .
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l with those who will turn their profits back into boxing. .
Forest Jones, who_ hails from .
"Patterson is ready to fight anybody ta the world," said D'Amato."If FOOTBALL=Willie Gal Gallmore
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(r TO PLAY PRO (GaUopin ) Durham, X. c., is the'first new Trade With Neighborhood Drug Store .
somebody for more reason, doesn't want to face him hell forfeit All-American halfback from .Florida A & University, is another to .
player sign with the Celtics
,: his chance and we'll go down the list until we find some,6dy wilUng.r Florida gift,to the professional football world. lie recenlty signed a
for next season. He is 23 weighs
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r After this defense we'll go to other independent promoters for more contract to play for the Chicago Bears. Galimore scored 16 touch- 190 pounds and averaged 19.3 We Will Meet Any Prices Advertised ..

challengers." downs and made two conversions for-a total :of 98 points- for the points per game In 27 collegiate In Your Local Papers .
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1956 season. games last season.MAURICE .

4 night! The Roosevelt comes up The St. Augustine flash, who can do the hundred in 9.7, was KING, of Kansas '
WOOD'S
; MOVIENEWS with ,2-first run, ,horroj('hits on called the fastest man in the SIAC. He win report to the Bears,.,for University is the second rookieto DIXIE PHARMACY

II i:. Tues.-Wed..-Tburs,; ''0 AM J,{A the 1957 ,season. sign champion Boston Celtics. /

.. PEOPLE,",,plus."1984" when they The 196-pound, 6-2 Knig, of Kan- 1302 KINGS PHONES ROAD IL.t 3-3397.98 MYRTLI AVINUI

say 'sex, is .outlawed Wouldn't sas City, 'was All-Big Seven Conference '
W.. Dt/Jvcr W., Alto fill All Doctors' *"*crl,tto.*
i Strand patrons are in for aI. want to be living when they outlaw guard during the past

pair-of real treats when they see sex .. ?. .,Jee? you at your SPORTING ITUP season. He is the fifth highest PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONEBILLS

I., the double bill showing Sunday friendly theatres, the Strand, scorer ta the history of Kansas ,AT OUR STORE
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through Saturday-.Tune 2-8: "ZA- Roosevelt Skyvtew! University. King tallied 630 points* ,/ ,,.. __ j1 ..

RAK," technicolor thrffler! starring ; ; t ta the last three years. _
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Victor Mature. and: curvaceous I : :: 'By, ofWILFRED PARIIAM. JOHNSON | RUBEN GOMEZ, of,the. New "
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An1ta-Ekberg'; plus"HALLI- SOFTBALL : .' York Giants is. the leader among '

s !. DAY BRAND western drama BROWN of' e tan pitchers in :the. majors with NO NEE } TQ BUY
Florida A & Rattlers averagedIn
C with Joseph Cotten and Ward 3 victories and n9. defeats ,SadSam4JoneQT
"S. for distance ._.
Bond. We jhcwjr that danceEkberg tI i.cia 1 Qt :.panting\
wonder ; : t1e S&-IxxiiSjCardi4alsthajHa i i ,
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ti doe Mipt; % I I1l4sfesQn? ; WlLJJE HOLT :of ,_ ": 'J 4fT' -
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'I the censors.Wci .' &> on : Col"! n 6cis_ 'GaJ'1augl t eight itasijes 'i''''CA15EY'S'CENGFof'4hei: New- q'" ''Hi" "' : .' .. : ,. .' ,
iFSEs1orp for for the Rattlers* 4QESIZE '
115 yards '
J : Wednesday night, June 5th, in ad- York Yankees BadtiriUcMTt6sayabout : :
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+: ditiOlto the double; .-bill, 'a.i ; sneak : ,last season;' DAVID; Haw.a.nl.the*' : :f
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be: ''':.. BILL UXWOODGolson Fort: ,Pierce i carried .the ball IStirrfes only. : \ : : : ,
:held-of.f patr cupeciaj : '-li( Negro ,on.-theYankee; team.recently : : : : : :
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i ; 'rN.: Commissioner 6f whenhe was interviewedby ; 1 1II .YEP'
: I.: at: 1Y11Tg t6k 1 rS r.. he.. informed THE STAR? :, gain' of' 84 yards Wand an average newsmen. He praisedHoward'sability ., ... ,i ..,j:, .'

jai.,. -:11 rpro ti W rte:, of 6.4 yards per carry.SUPPORTED'. : II .. ''''':... .
I : ". .fourth ,Week of play in ; as. a;,,. caitcher-outfielder.
n. showed. + .:rflvea"t; (.1f flea, /'K: ::I ,
t t Softball League He said. Howard: is, a real Yankee

; oa; snealr'a: : ebv"..nut; we'll. EIJd at the New TEAM in the Commercial' Softball in every way,,but jnost important, ; If .you:, haven't 'triedg'erftle :,

teilyok ibis>#.One:.Qf: eM. jsj : 'a. / :' .. "":: ($ond. Final'rg 'Ltague injChattaaoo* a,: Tenn. appeared 'he's' 'a-'fine .feller and va're ,
sizzling drama;:'-and.the Others! ispack4dwith : on the field all: dressed .
prrn eng'made( to. mighty proud. ,of. him :- :
so'inuslct jratTin; ', new uniforms ready ; ; : satisfying '
; terrific, CSl_ Q1u and and ItO: their Tim ,ONE BIG QUESTION.,hi : ,
; bl:'the ,best n'the :world, Arv for their scheduled game but
'.... seats# for 300 the basketball world .is, will Wilt "
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Rothschild they had no opponent. The withdrawal Reserve
sayshell personally
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Fans. K- ; ;t. (The ,Stilt) Chamberlain, the All- \ '
guarantee of three teams from the -1
your enjoyment o( this bffpfats51itne- M1
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? League are- '
American basketball player .of the
I surprise preview ':oh, -"Money Emmett"'ChfpV.Reed, Supervisor league in 'which the Klan-spon- University of Kansas, return to ', ask for the. h 'ndy'f; ;' __
sored team has been since
,Back If You Honestly Say You Jai .; playing
r Recreation :Department, UmpiresShedrfck school or take the fabulous offer '
Don't Like Them Both! .. .some April 30, has forced cancellationof '
'B B' Green, Joe ;
i ? : from the Harlem' Globetrotters trial size
offeri Dig ,the.preview Wednesday Graham, i ad.John:Meyers.As the league's, schedule. One of Chamberlain has said that he to-day. : tr ,
the teams to withdraw was the .
I of this writing three teams has not committed himself in -
have 'weathered the 'stonn'of E. L duPont deNemours & Company -I manner. any- Learn why-- I k

1 team scheduled to meet the .
tough competition and emerged -
ELLSWORTH (Spider) WEBB
K. K. K. team
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undefeated The The Pirates
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.\Vatbh This Clown and the' Lions. MARYLAND STATE COLLEGE sensational middleweight boxer oiLos AA ;
Angeles, competed 1 in"track, CLEARHEADS
Four Teams will be dropped will not play Hampton during the ::
football,and boxing at IdahoStateCollege.
h /:54-2S-4,, from the League on July 12th 1957 football season because it
: He is now one of the -
.' 'V471 and these teams will have an has been dropped from the Hampton iL 1 _
.I9-369 schedule. leading contenders in the middle -
elimination Tournament 15th
July
.I ''' ::1 weight divisions.EDDIE :
and 16th. GENE FULLMER, who ref p :
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:...iT. cently lost the middleweight title BELL, former University r : 1 ,
: .. T :t-, 3 The Schedule for the week o tir i 4'
.. to Sugar Ray Robinson in a fifth of Penn. AU-American' foot- ti -
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-, -H. "" .. : ._..--;-. June S-Pirates vs lions round knockout in Chicago sta- ball player has signed his third AGREE + Y
contract to play: with the Philadelphia :
t ,June 4-Towers vs Big Team dium, will try for a come-back
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,',' .... June 5 Saints vs Qrioles June 7 when he meets Ralph Eagles. Bell played< every :. Ii ...

,- 37-46-69 -: (Tiger) Jones. minute hi the Eagles' defensive I $ o.,
June 6 Boys" ,Home vs : _.-i f S {
*, backfield 'during the.past', two Calvert tastes .__, .
.i 713-84-357 ... .- Candleligbters THE LANGSTON (Okla.) UNIVERSITY o.
-. June -Dodgen'T8 Trainmen LIONS will'resign from seasons. He led the team,in:.pass r .* ,.'>... Yr
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Sometimes he's up reminder interceptions with four last sea betteF x !
; VA to all Team Managers the All-Negro Southwestern-Ath ,.. .
Sometimes he's down : : _"
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All Players must be uniformed letic Conference in December fora .. ,':,:.-'' : .
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He adds, subtracts son.ABOUT 4;. :. tv : :::
I ) He works"it' an around by June, 10th. full ;membership. berth in the THE HOTTEST bitters
; Oklahoma*Collegiate Athletic Con- in the major leagues at presentare

:FOR JUNE 8th ference. Commissioner M. C. Col- Henry Aaron, of Milwaukee, .. ..
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More, than t c .
C2.060 Americans -
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lum of the O. C. A. C. announced Frank Robinson of QJtdD aU. t y;
74 19-21 were' 'tejored to car-bicycle mishaps Harry Simpson and Vic. Power.*of :< 4 : SJIQu
that Langston I was a unanimous <'! .I. : 4 .
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: first Negro college ,to ever be- THE NEW YORK GIANTSonce .
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come a full member of Oklahoma had such performers, the L
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Athletic Association. roster Hank
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as Thompson, Ray ,. ., .7 'J!' ; ; Calved Th .

I 9'r'::' -Other members of the confer- Noble, Monte Irvin, Art Wilson 4-' ).: .' _. ... ; '
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f I. s : ence with whom Langston will and Willie Mays. The only one ;z mI=IE2LZILDes _

I I I. ., t, compete are: Northwestern State remaining with the Giants, out of ._$.1. 6,D :_ Jxonr:<<..

I i CINs..nstooE ifCl rt l College; Southeastern State College that list is Willie_ Mays., Irvin ...... -, 1/2 'PINTCalvert. 'tJlmJIry s, i T
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1 LdLt .1Y nTIIt _" of Durant; Central State of has retired and the others are ''"' --..-. f;

i ."If YMCA BlTSY Mota3i ; Edmond; East Central State -of back In the minors. ... 'j .. .o.w Nn.+m a ..

i Ci M UNDFORS .,BUUR Ada;Northeastern State of Tehle- TIlE 964,000, QUESTION-9WU1

quah Oklahoma Baptist University Edward Waters College ever get :: --;.-

4 BONOA<< of Shawnee; Phillips University back into athletic limelight?" I : i "" ,


t.tI lsmmoI "KUV : State of Weathexiord: Langston that are ,being- turned out .from I MI

win compete in all collegiate Mathew W. Gilbert .and New
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sports in the conference accord- Stanton High Schools, there seems S4.SB
ROOSEVELT 1ST EI 'S. SNEAK PREVIEW .
TIIES.WEDrTHUR9. ing to an announcement made by to be no justifiable reason.why the 4/5 QUART I

athletic director college &houW 1't be ,able. to cor-
JUNE U-G' ,STRAND -- WED. CL A.: (Zip) Gayles :
I at Langston. Langston will ral some of the talent. The''atu- ,
*19S4W--SEX OUTLAWED : 8 P.M.: .:..JUNE 5TH Nothing finer American taste
for dents to other
not be eligible to compete go away. colleges ""
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GAMBIA PEOPLEDTerrifying 2 SPECIAL HITS! "
championship., honors "until the and. make :history.,Why couldn't CALYOT,DISTILLERS CO., N.Y.C. AMERICAN BLENDED WHISKEY : 86 PROOF :i 65X GRAIN NEUTRAL .URf S "' ,
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tri '':,:A; Iou&knock on the :door js group; 7" l / \Centinue3- > from page one i ; Police 'Re"coV r' I1-4 man' -sport shirt $5.00; 1 :

CHIPS 1 THE BLOCKBY scaring many a well dressed man Sooner or later we will realize WHITE MAN HUNTED J axons- Injured i"' dress, red with white dots-$15.00; .

JAY JAY and woman.Seems; as tho many importance-of the ,members of assist Farmer in pulling the robber brassiere, white vrooi coat and a C

were doing their: shopping around. the Legislature. When we cry Farmer got, into auto with CrashFive Stolen Clothes blue and white, skirt, prices not 1\
I town instead of "down town," out loud it's too. late. The cat Nathaniel Nichols: Cecil Hamptonand In Car listed. 'VDet

All of the countryside is eagerly' ; I Many are making like the canary is out. We must begin our fights the other two men. Theodore I In a raid staged by Police officers Sgts. E. B. Prince. :J. W. ; I IWingater

awaiting .a new Invasion. This when the boys in blue question in the, primraies when the candi- Lawrence and'rlesta Russ met at the home of Lillie Melton, R. S. .Sutton and Patrol* .\

mass Invasion Is.scheduled. to then\ about ,certain goods like dates for state senate and the the Black Dodge later at tate persons were Injured seriously 18, 1519 Davis Street, a'quantity; man Fred Mack investigated. '.' "

come off, next week. Strangely; clothing. Yep-me and you know house come to visit our meetings. and :Jefferson Streets, Police reports with resulting death 'for of clothing was'- seized and the

enough, the Defense, Department plenty of them. Those notebooks We must also remember their indicate.The one, in an accident which oc young woman admitted stealingthe

has seen fit to do. nothing about the gent left In ;the car recenilyreally records and throw them in their, curred- last Sunday evening on goods,from the "Deluxe Laundry 'POLICe-REPORTS ,

th.-r swarm of .Pe rsoni who- are have the town "all shookup. fsees.flot. other cab drivers reportedly Heckscher Drive just east of Sis 2216 Oak Street over the I

scheduled to be turned loose upon. ." Rumor' Department -Jim told officers that Farmer had the ter's Creek Bridge.. past few months. IN BACK ON PORCH

" us peaceful citizens. In case you Dandy will become .principal money and offered them a $100 Taken to Duval Medical Center At 4:30 p.m. Wednesday May i
guessed it we are referring In .a few weeks or so the citizens split between them but 19, Police officers went to 1519 Williams Jr. 46
haven't the new 45th Street Junior High. bill to with possible interanl and neck WiUie : 1728
to "School dos! g." will be c Bed upon to vote Wen we've heard that everyone they refused_.to take any of themoney..ApparenUy Injuries were Alphonso Timmons, Davis Street accompanied by the Broadway was reportedly stabbedi \
in just one more week upon a very important biB. The the members accused. Li lie Melton turned the I I the back another Sun-
Yep .else In town Is getting the job 23, of 610 W. 18th Street, driverof by man
the-,teachers will parole the little Legislature agreed to let. the ... why can't we name a candidate of .the party.tried' to put all the the car; Annie Bell Frazier stolen property over to I>!t. Sgt.!! day, May 26, when he stoppedon

darlings and leave ,them .sn,-their: people of, Duval County decidewher See you next, week. blame '.on Farmer: Polly 'said. 35, of 2578 Spirea Street; Allie PL S. Sutton and Patrolman Fred the porch at 720 Robinson

parent's custody far three months or, not they, want: ,three, In a lineup in a room at the H. Jones, 27 and Edith Jones, 23 Mack and told them, that she hadstolen I Street. I
the five or nine ,Justice of the Peace the goods from the Deluxe I ..,
There is no rest for weary Police: :station, Henderson pickedout .both of 2570 Spirea Street and; Police were told' by witnesses
foremost: of the teachers are plan districts. Every 'one' of you bad WANTED Laundry, 2216 Oak Street i
HELP Farmer as the-man,who rode Lester Williams, 21, of 947 Madison that Williams was walking south
ning to be taught themselves Sh better': get oat and get ;your with hjbn, %' .... ils, car._ Lawrence Street. Witnesses were listed as Cath-: on Robinson Street and stoppedat }
summer." That's the way it 1&- friends out t bvote: for :he ninedistricts. HOUSEKEEPER Settded Man & was{"alsoj}4' picked- -out' as one"of erine Seawright; 5657: Spellman 720 Robinson St A man whose

circle.. As outlined In the-papers, : : anher According to Patrolmen W.-A. Road; Thomas Saleeba, 2216 Oak
one continuous Wife.. Phone EL 51109. the men at the-scene:; waareleasedfroni name is given as Alfred Kittles,
.Also on the educational front, a; Negro' candidate :does have a .jail io assist: 'm the Boyer and J. R. Hansen, .the 1957 Street, and Idella, Carter 2216 46, 734 Robinson St., allegedly ran }

the news at EWC has folk.'bus gbost.of a chance In a set-op with ROOMS FOR RENT invest g lion and. 'hV. assisted Znthe I-model car, with only 1,000 miles Oak Street. up and stabbed Williams in the 1

ing. "We'understand that before three or five districts. The pre- ;t recovery* 'of tour? $too bills. on. the speedometer, was headed The Police listed the goods as: back. Victim fell to the floor and i j
west when the Occident occurred.
the 'Board' dismissed the "re theta have been divided so that MODERN:-Furnished room.Single Nathaniel Nichols. ,934'Kings Road Timmons that 1 pink dress-14.95; 1 purple as he did, it is reported Harmon \
told theofficers
lleved" 'prexy, the ring was full the Negro voting strength Is all man only, $6.75 a week. Phone ._was also 'arrested Harold Farmer dress-$35.00; 1 black blouse- Askew kicked him in the face. \\
bright lights from another car ana
of hats seeking the position. split.:This is nothing but the :all EL 5-1109. lives: :at 1207 Harrison Street, $5.95; 1 white blouse-$5.95; 1 Williams was taken to Duval c
curve caused him to lose controL
Mentioned among the candidates political: trick of "gerrymander- Cecil Hampton, 1861 Johnson silk bath, robe-$25.QO; 1 white Medical Center by Carter wherehe. \

are several local .persons plus ing." Look the word up. This Is APT., FOR RENTMODERNFurnished Street;, The car left the pavementon skidded slip-$ :95; 2 pairs pedal push- was treated and released by
the shoulder then
some "foreigners." Former President a trick employed by politicians apt., 1453 Detr SgtSi. E. B. Runyon andJ. right ers, 1 black and 1 red-$18.00; Dr. McDonald. .

Stewart has no plans; he whenever they want to break, up .West 19th Street Phone EL : q: .Flynn ,and Patrolman. "L. back across the pavement andoverturned. 5 wash rags-$1.25:1 green skirt Sgts. W., C. Barber: and F. A. I

__ Li Just mumbling "Et 'Tu Brute.'" the voting strength of a minority 4-1775. i Mays andj Cr l:Barton investigated.' .*. -$40.00; 1 white shawl-$10.00; Gruber investigated. ,
Jacksonville fast making a f. \

bid to become the, rumor capital .


-..-...." 1 of In us,the the Just recent world.let cab If something you shooting don't.; happen.-affray believe, 1100 BROAD ST. I JAX :' Jllft 'tltl'"ER: I !' HON EL 6-2602: i


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.Bill Tonght Doggeti the "Honky holds ,Tonk"court. man Mr. : LittleMiss JAFCO Whew! : I

-- Doggett and his aggregation wil .' Says -,.- = ;

start their session at 8 p.m. at _

the Duval County'-Armory. fa;,;addition "k : ; '

to the "regulars" many; REFRIGERATORS } .
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kids home from college are ex e : .
petted to 'be in attendance. Jo"Hollywood"
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',Isiah White i* (about to.take bfl '. .. > FOR O'NLY': '" ,4 .
for the hinterlands agon. This, .-,- ,-J J : ,,;t: ,'-. .. .., :.

time he Is out to prove 'some .J.. __ ... ..."- ... IL..... "..aJ ...:. ...,,a .;,. .... I" '. ;'ttf... :'. .J,' 1-to 11.,0 ;';" ". ';'"
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It! <' Wen'Wh1te'the tale' about pushing mixing:something drinks ; .J'J"J"Justoutfrom t t f PHI LCO : 'r?: ,; ';,,"" .- .1 ,'-, -':- J "',, ', I.' ,

,,called BW which comes' mixesX1II r y. ,:: .: :,:+r' :r L"" w ''' j.J. :' t !

and is vodka and 'whiskey; Sup; ,, .
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posed to be potent stuff, but very: H} : I"i MANT :

a smooth. 1* J. ':"
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Members of the faculties of 'the kW > l
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various schools are planning their r :

annual final "gettogetheka'Many ay. 11 O Keep :::

using the facilites of .
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Club is busy daily playing host : __

to oodles of school kids.. We see, MODELS
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: Frankye Garnett is on the Coun .Me.ats.3Pr Sh'er !

"_ \ try Club- scene again. We hearjthat :N

:Mable Flagler is coming'j ... .. -, ',.
home to spend the summer, j ;.... q".J' f ';
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the movie' ,. '.. _
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front, the str ud'Is featuring:; -To :; ,.yf
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_ Katherine Hepburn and Burt Lan'caster : '; ., I<:
in "The Ralnmi\ken" TrnV_ o.

of two exceptionally ,>
is the last JeatureJ .
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good billings. _. '" .. At > "

., the Ritz, "Battle Hymn," starring' '

Rock Hudson and James Edwards CHOOSE : .H

holds forth. The Rite management .

,"' seems to be trying to give the. .:- N

'. girls .plenty of opportunities to. ,, ..:.',,'
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'gaze upon the "Beautiful Mr. BACK WALL or : -t,:;.." -
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f Hudson" as the girls say. j ftEl1UGRATOR+ :' ," '' ;

John "BJB." Pickens is, now toj :: ) .
business. He is FROM: '. .- ,. ..
the contracting b H ", '. .'-,:. -
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the barber shop 'located just be-: : .' : ;; V\ ": ; -
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: heath the Club Monterey. Hisrj ; ,-.: -:: .; ,: '. ,
r t side-kick Nip Sams is busy seeking -; H- .::. : ;
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office space. >j wil -, {,.';.,' '!= tir'i--z: ..

x;" John Washington and the mad:,. COLD FLOW ..1:.-'-1''.''_ <. ._.J"i., t',,:;.: 4.} :;:-J 7' to xl. s r : I

am enjoyed Sunday evening out : <> ;
: ':". among friends in the "Country MEAT LOCKER iK ;

e -:.." Club class." The loudest drum'i i ,
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Maultsby'and Jean .
b Ralph Eugene
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._ : twentieth reunion of their class '" :
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:": ." of Dr.that Perry Illustrious Knight class, a and member now ;I'ia e.lLire? '57 PHILCO. Super Markets : ;, .. ... !E !

head of the Economics Depart-

'';.!, ,- ment at Wmston-Salem Teachers _; S'E" ; > ; 1Ti.r
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f.: Perry Is en route to the East for r-- PAY AT } .
a short vacation before beginninghjs
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was injured seriously. One other .
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are vodka .toil WM moM } :- .. AT JAX APPLIANCE CENTER '. t
.\ ,thIng-they mixing family 1072. : : :- '_ : .- P"-'
, ., and whiskey but they can't mix DOWN ....-,. :. '. ::. Johnny ,Shaw Yvonne Daniels Melvin, ,
r ". pi' .. and alcohoL r eH.nw,1r.14.a,1' .. c4tBi-isk.+ri,. -" .... : --, Grace "
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; 'J. Mary Williams of Gainesville :.."_.... ..... }i .,y.......,. ._ ... : :' : ',-, ; .'

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