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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 22, 1957
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

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

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University of Florida
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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 22, 1957
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00330

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Preceded by:
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< NEW YORK -= The long'pending battle to out Bishop D.Vard Kings Ro4d man :and his wife OF PUPIL LAt:
1 : caused a fight that prompted the -
Nichols from' the AME Church came- closer t6 a' final showdownlast
Tuesday as the presiding prelate of the 11th Episcopal District wife to knock; the husband in
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was ordered by: Bishop R. R. Wright, Jr. who served atf chairmanof the head with straightening WASHINGTON The (Bn reme
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., 'O y'.<-..... .y.. ".,. .. the action, committee to "cease" his activities as a bishop In Court last Monday refused wflk-
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church.
the district and elsewhere in the
out comment to review a ttwer
OFFICERS INSTALLED-pincers of the Police Benevolent Association who were recently installed Nichols 1 was' ,advised. that I-....__!.... 'm__ _......"''v.;' -.1.. wife about 1:15 am.. ,Wednes .y. court decision which toseefl oat<<

at the jZentKii.C, IX:,:i'hurctt.arA. seen-!he je. >-Mf.b2.i 'right are"Charles JL. Scriven, President Bishop! ? :' I..Ii. Greene,4b:.C (':the 13th, t"-ft Mrs. Janey l t !Gilbert, ..Mr-b 23, 1342 .Louisiaga's t pupilassime>s.pan.? :_

Solomon Weston Vice., President; George B. lleno* 'Recording: i Secretary Joe SeldonT 1Inanctai See: DistriCt, 1iM'1een.named-to-" and ordered public schools ieeeg- .
band beat her and kicked. her
retar ; Milton Nevvson, Treasury'; Tommy Mays, Athletic Director, and Augustus Jones, Chaplain.' I over his.duties.'until such. time as "
after she knocked him in the deliberatespeed.
the case is terminated.In
r head with a straightening cmb
letter dated June 18, .
a
She said she did nol wish to The decision the high court re-
Girl Assaulted "FLORIDA STAR" MOVES r INTO Nichols was advised of his tempo-
prosecute her husband fused to review was handed down
rary relief from duties as follows: a.1> r' a .. n
6. ; Silas Gilbert, -the husband told March 1, last by the 5th U. t

Unknown Hah To Bishop D. Ward Nichols police he was sleeping when his Circuit Court of Appeals. The et,{

By NEW HOME OFFICE AND PLANT New York,N. Y. P wife hit him in the head with peals court, in turn, had uplK i

Dear Bishop Nichols: the straightening comb. After he the ruling of Judge J. like!

A 16-year-Qld; girl who lives Charges against you for violation was hit, he beat her. Gilbert was Wright in the U. S. District Cms

at :1828 \V, 41st Street was reported of The Discipline of the treated at the: Duval Medical Cen- of New Orleans. .%
lured away from 5th Street Jaxons who may have observed the area of Moncrief and 13th 'A3 IE Church have been duly presented ter and released. He said he did The lawsuit, originafiy filed.

and Florida Avenue by' an unknown Street buzzing with new and unusual activity, day and night, are to me with specifications not wish tb prosecute his wife. more than five years ago by '&.

man between 11:25 and now informed that the FLORIDA STAR has established its home by KeV.-JL 3L Lindsay, Presiding Patrolmen R. George and Jesse group of Negroes, was revived :

11:35 p.m. Monday, June 15, and office and plant at 2323 Moncrief Road. Elder of one of the Florida an- Jackson investigated. and amended after Lou&ana: '

carried to a deserted spot on The editorial work, newspaper I nual conferences. And, accordingto t ----- amended the state constitution \p.an
Buffalo Avenue near the box printing and the execution of job O Simpson, are housed in six the provisions of the disciplineI I effort to circumvent the fin-
printing work will be.done the offices the second BISHOP If. WARD NICHOLS CABINET
factory and criminally assaulted.The on spacious on have turned the same over to BARS preme Court's segregation origin
"teenager told police that premises of the FLORIDA STAR floor of the building. you' personally. .mu>t cease activities of May 17, 1954. Under Ute

she was waiting for a 1)us at which occupies two floorsat. DOWNTOWN OFFICE In accordance with the discipline 2. Placing burdensome assess- amendment the state proposed to
2119-2323:: Aloncrief Rd. FUNDS TO AID
5th and Florida Avenue when a STILL MAINTAINEDFor I shall appoint a committeeof ments upon churches and the continue segregation under tfte

.. man came up and said he. was .a The printing department which the benefit of FLORIDA trial I shall try to have the ministers for his Ovp.ersonal state's "police powers." At tHe. r

friend of the people she had been occupies the lower floor of ths STAR subscribers, advertisers, trial as speedily' as possible, and gain. : same time the Legislature cnactqd
building is equipper with presses, will welcome 'a suggestion from NEGRO POOL a law providing for the !
visiting on Evergreen Avenue news-agents and contributors, the 3. Disobedience( to the Order asslgm-
near 5th ,Street and that he ,was modem a linotype machine and other old office at '423'Broad Street will you as to its date. Discipline of, the AME Church. ment of each pupil each yeara $<*
devices for newspaper be maintained ,. downtownoffice. In view of the circumstances particular school by the tan-
going:out? Moncrief Rd. He said tie as a 4. Levying unauthorized. assessments
would drop "her by home. Instead r production and the printing, of I am requesting you to cease TALLAHASSEE :Members of (county) school superintendent:

of.taking' Her," home 'he'end d programs, :invitations, books. etc. active operation as a bishop in I 5. Maladministration in officeof the Cabinet ,Tuesday refuse to The lawsuit in question v.
: upon Persons having .news notices, '
and with
Buffalo Avenue. economically a high degree the Eleventh Episcopal District: the Church. > award a $269,930,000; contract,.for brought against the New OrI a.
room-for-rent .ads other matterfor '
or
of
told quality. and elsewhere in the church until construction_ of a swunmingt{pool, parish school board. Wheri$ ud:
She said the man her his Th the FLORIDA STAR
editorial offices, which may the termination of 'this case; andI at the Florida School,for the'Deafand Wright ruled, Feb. 15, 1956. nc
name, was Calvin and lived on combines the. business office, advertising take to the downtown office' -I am requesting :Bishop 8. L. CabDriver Named Blind In Saint Augustine. The said his order did not.mean that '
Mars Street- When she'got*in*the it is more convenient for themor -' !
office, studio
photo ,
Greene to act In your stead,. from appropriation was carriedin: thenew" complete segregation would I Necessarily
car the'man drove north.on Ever photo .laboratory and;; the officeof they may bring them to this date. two-year: for- urtherconsideration.
period come .
"overnight, ; hen
Jn AssaullCase. or
Buffalo green to turned cemetery off and.Buffalo around on'dirt to the editor and ,publisher, Eric _the_ main. office,- .., _on.., -Moncrief_ 6< -Rd I ,- ..,, ,Yours.la"/Christ,. : .. t -. .tor,, j J .T' In a, year or .morel' Hb .said the

B. B. Wright dr.tcUT ._ The, contract was refused be- problems of desegregation 1 In the
a ; street and stopped just' .' **-1>, : -. ? A '3t.yea>-oldi j woman who lives cause of, a lack of competitive Deep South are "considerablymore
easti ,of .Batabow Lake. .r ,F ,FOB '
CHARGE POWERj
t ASSISTANT SOLIcITOR at 1631 McConihe Street: told bidding on the construction of a serious than generally ap-
\. When she refused his advances Bishop ,Nichols, has'long been
police .she was the victim of a Negro swimming pool with cov- preciated In some sections of the
hlier'Jeft nnp'behind i the .ce tr f figure In"a:'lorfg" .brewing ', criminal assault made by a cab ering. a Negro vocational education ,country," but that"the magnitude

her back and drew a big tIIRWENED NEGRO DEFENDANT '" Mg rtejtween '-his_ ,'e forces" and. driver. ,between'2'ra..m.'and' 3:30 building and a ;cover for a of.the,, problem may not nullify

knife around her neck and pushed : .other, factions__ In_ e-AME. a.mr 'last -Sunday 'June *1&riw white swimming ,pooL the principle." .
her back the r--- Church. i ,
on front ,
seat. After ,, -
... .. Zt 4 lp1 L ; 'younffjyoman: told police
assaulting her he carried to p:; ,;: ....."J i / .. .*.:K any see this 'latest' f
her "'- : "u' Q"04. 1: move as that ''New Deal cab driver, No. 3, I
45th and Moncrief and .p Ill herr (Another case of court-room .henanegans..was .peen,,..t4fa\Y.ee.k. an-4ffort.,to unfrock.him-in what fcarrieVT 'Tief* :out :to -*the*""3.' -"'P.Livingston ':. '.:ufu.l.nrij i\M'1t' .,.:.. ,", I

i out at a service station and r left. as thq defense attorney. for a Negro defendant:said,, he Mefied "withsuspicion" is .seen as a fight to determinewho 'School and, ,attacked l !; ',Jlfl MULtnJIUj .: 1
her; ., every movement made by the nrosecutop hi';the'case.'Criminal : "win be the'boss of the.:AMEChurch. '
Court Judge William I .-_ .. .. .+ her. ; :. ; ; .t TOt'tREADEkS : 1
She called the County Road She said Robert Charles Lowe, : ,
T;; ;.Harvey ,refused to throw out M.. Ht :"Myerson;, were denied 'by 'The action. once ,
Patrol who and again places :Yulee ..
came turned h rover 26; 2165 Street, approachedher ., .,. '\
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charges: against James A. while '
Suns
sat.by
Briggs: who, :Myerson Into 'focuS Edward,Waters J
to.pollee.. _She. was examinedat College after he had discharged all The EdlUrs 'of the FI aIDA STAR wish to apollgize t. itasubscribers
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of 430 West, Ashley Street and Cotmtq"Solicit i :acy':>Cihon where William B. *..
Stewart .
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the County Dr.:Carl was relieved other When :
; she
by :
morgue passengers. rejected
,. and pews eata for any raconvieace '
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charged with possession of gam- Jr. argued: before 'JudgebHarve r of 'hisd ties- : they have
Wells, the County Examiner who as-prestden c _t : his advances, fie proceeded .
bling tickets. Another twist In the 'cask'camewhen in an anouncement issued suffered a*:a result of nit reeeivUg their copies of the FLDXZDA
said there were signs of contact by t to c ,force her to. The cab was
but he saw no signs ,bf tears 'or The legal battle revolved aroundan Asst U.S. Atty. E. Coleman Nichols who last' week Informed .parked /in the side of the& P. STAB as early aa they bare I.a the past.

lacerations of any nature, but attack'mage on Asst County Madsen said he; Intended_ to the public*that a new presidenthad Livingston School. .-,At the came tune we are expressing oar heart felt *7"iry I
Solicitor Johi .L,' Briggs in a charge Sims, In. a ,day or. ,two, been elected. .
victim complained of pains in .the '' According to police reports, the to the thousands of our .supporters: for their patience lazing
lengthy vritfe n motion to quashan with volating the federal. wagering Unconfirmed ,sources Indicated j
stomach. ,' .victim asked the driver take '
: information (to the paSt'f w weeks when 'oar'hsueS were a few hours late doe i
tax Jaw by to buy
failing- a
against Sims. it
that Stewart will be reinstated ;
A her to a friend's house In the
Q. T. Jones Lt. R .
Sgt. B.Whittlngton
tax to mechanical
Claim Given stamp. difficulty. .
Immunity however
more'utharized.. opinionIs 1600' block bf TV. 8th Street. It
Patrolmen* B. Kendall The motionIone of two asking ,Questioned rat Jail that the matter of the presi was from'that residence she called 'These difficulties have developed as a result of setting up out- ': ':

and H. Harley Investigated. Judge Harvey*to quash the Information -* One of Myerson's two motions dency at Edward Waters will,be another friend, Lonnie Pitts, of own printing plant, as they usually come when machinery of .. .
j chided Sims had been charged; that ,Briggs,;questioning: determined after Nichols' trial 2133 Run Street carried '
who her that type is being set into peratlon. We believe that the TdaJar: -
J. given immunity from prosecu- SIms. ,March 22 .at countyJail, which will be held at Mt. ZIon to the cab station. \
threatened have been ironed out and y.u' can" be assured that we win e.nticue ,
i tlo! n. due to t alleged "coercion"and to haves? him kept in Church, either : on" June "23. or. Cab inspector then called t.;.
.? FLORIDA STAR zomisesw, resulted .m Jail over the:weekend Nlthoutanunless"he"agreed''t6 y po- to work to'give yon better'service.bfgger and better
,. : .: July! 5.The licel:, The ,driver denied he used I

\ his .giving bcjrimlnating evidence a wash: Of charges leveled at Bishop force. When police arrived to Investigate newspaper., \ 1.'- '. ',. .
IN EVERY against"himself. his room, where $250, cash was Nichols' all ; \ 0 *1 .: .
: : come under,five'headings! the case; the alleged ,We thank you, 3 \ j I
These charges ':made In the found and,confiscated: is'evidence. .... .. !
1. Illegal handling ofCentral ': : ,I. :THE IDf&hi 1 ? '.:: \; ;
COLOR HOME = .* ,
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DIFFERENCES IX U.S. AND SOUTH AFRICAN APPROACH'
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I. 1 jL!M1 MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: v ,/ TO A NEC RO. SUITE RELATIONS SCORED +'
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'. Downtown-x- Branch Office: 423 Broad Street-Pnone ELgin 4-3773 V
There Is little
>.r- jteplI. In the relations between Negroes and Whltes
f Mailing Adores: 14. f I in the ''United State \\lilch: should provide much comfort to a Sooth

P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville, Florida / & .African segregationist:; ," writes the late Wlllard S. Townsend tn

\ I.. 1& : Desegregation.. J-a U.S. Labor Movement,' appearing in the
.:- Eric O. Simpson .... .. .. .......... ............... .... ...EdIt9r I Issue =
spring oi \iKA SOUTH
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.- '*C. Parham Johnson. .. .*...,.... ..........J..S'e\\'S Staff : > \ \jfis4v 1'J ''I hed In Cape Town.AFRICA- .

'Altamae. Richardson ..... ...... .. ..........Circulation Dept. i ; economic affairs. _he writes.

; PressSUBSCRIPTION SOUTH is ded. There ,(
: Member of Associated Negro are, "practicalas well as
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= RATES i cated to fighting'oI idealistic reasons for working for
f. One Year, $5.00; Half Year, $3.00; Thre Months $1.80 : racism every- full for "
iVVAND I IJTjUjN I' equality Negro workers
'- ../ Mailed To Von; Anywhere In The, United States. ,l V/ THINK V y r 'V R1 I where and to k i he continues, and it would have
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Subscriptions In Advance. Send Checks or Sidney Orders To:
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I..:t:. building a multi- been "extremely difficult, if not
STAR-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA .
FLORIDA J .110 racial democracyin
'? : impossible, to have organized the
South Africa. mass production industries with-

Hr. Townsend out opening their doors to Negro
: Citizens Not Getting contrasts American 'workers.'*

*:;R 7:6j: i iI I labor's efforts But despite a long series of

to secure favorable developments, "the Ne-
Protection In Courts I equality for the j gro worker is still far behind his

r I Negro in--- Doliti-..-. white brother, though the gap
I ; cal economic bimpson that separates them is rapidly
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i and social spheres with union closing" he' notes. Negroes makeup
It seems as though quite a number of our city and county efforts in South Africa to secure 10% of the U.S. labor force

I officials who are best described. politicians are simply playingthe 5,E+ I'r government aid in order to curb but "their proportion of skilled,

people for 'chumps.** t J Negro opportunities. semi-skilled and supervisory Jobsis

,: It has been our observation that in so many instancesour lIe points out that many segregationists far less than 10%. Though the

<;.. elected officials have' pulled the wool; or are setting up deals to in the Union of South per capita income of the Negro ,

;." "pull the wool" over the eyes of both the white, and colored citidens. Africa derive pleasure from news population is high compared with
\ Space in this issue does not permit' us to cite various cases of race conflicts here in the U.S., the rest of the world, it is still '

., where some of our elected officials are giving citizens the well-known criticize us, and justify apartheid a little better than half that of

I ,\. 'business: in the matter of money spending for improvements, and $ t i / uY' .' V1 policies on the ground that if the I whites," he ,continues...

.,, )c other projects. U.S. cannot integrate her small Mr. Townsend concludes that
Negro population which is culturally American labor knows, that ex- 0
.. An ,example of how 'the citizens are being played for the similar to the white popu- poitatlon of any "section of the
peienial sucker as immortalized by P. T. 'Barnum is seen in the! 'WITH SUCH STALLING ON CIVIL RIGHTS, WE CANT FOOL THEM FOR LONG" lation, what can the U.S. expect labor force even a minority as +

_recent Hearse Driving Shooting TriaL. !I --Ol no& 91QBU3 galuM= uollsuasgobe of the European population in small as 10%, pulls down the

.' : To say that it was a disgrace is putting it, mildly.s One outstanding -, alert, and outwit yuor 'com South Africa? standards of all labor."

city official who' believes in justice and human rights was' Your Weekly petitors The mixture of money The AFL-CIO "actively sup- Other articles included in the '

,. moWd 'to comment that the "whole affair stinks." i and friendships may not be a ports a policy of full equality for current issue of AFRICA SOUTHare 5

,,"" It was one of those cases where the ,fact that-a cold blooded_ I GuideWHICH happy one on the 25th when Mer- Negroes in American political and : "The White Liberals and the

I attempt to kill a Negro citizen who has been permanently crippled Horoscope I cury and Jupiter are square. The27th i. Treason Arrests," by Violaine

was a .minor matter to the County Solicitor.- the tax should soon open possibilities JunooV a young European woman; ,
payers' money was wasted to present a watered down prosecution I ARE YOUR -LUCKY DAYS FOR for extensive travel advanced valuable assets brought about bya "Afrikaner Nationalism and the
sudden .
event, 29th30th.7204t1942724.
'w to Jurors whose intelligence feel was insulted., jVW' j BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL educational courses, "spiritual development Jews," by South African Senator

i Ii ever there was a farce, this was it Two men Involved in a and improved, future Leslie Rubin; "The Kenya Crisis,"
t 1 shooting, and only one man is put on trial while the other appears By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERTAURUS prospects. "" by British -author and Journalist,

as J 4a' witness for the state. The defendant charged that it was the 2-50-33-48-32-253. PISCES Basil Davidson; "Hungary and I

status witness who,did the shooting; nevertheless, the County 'Solicitor 1 the key to needed solutions. Lops Born Feb. 19th thru Mar. 20th. South Africa" by Editor Ronald I
the the state witness and turns The favorable aspects Segal. Poems by Alan Paton,
none presses case against SAGITTARIUSBorn outweigh
$ Born April 20th thrulay 20th as well sin the advice of good
M much him .accomplice. the adverse ones this week althOugh Langston Hughes and Anthony
without
him free so as trying as an Nov. 23rd thru Dec. 21st
The 26th favors you when you friends should aid you in makingan Delius
G W Here is an instance where the County Solicitor. has made fools place the emphasis on reason accurate analysis when Mercury You certainly are not likely to the latter are not lackingin appear in this issue.

t put;::of ,everybody. practicability and creative skills.I is sextile. Be restrained on lose any ground and may even power. Maintain harmony in AFRICA SOUTH has an international -
private and outside relations. group of Sponsors.
your
,This is not a matter of white and colored. It is a matter of The 27th further stimulates the the 30th. make considerable gains when
? I Romance and wedding bells can Among the Americans are Roger
for all citizens. The and the 870886987877. Venus is sextile Jupiter 26th. The
use
justice and the protection the courts provide mentality ways you Baldwin
overshadow all else under the be- Van Wyck Brooks; Thur-
loose handling of that case certainly does not give white or colored it. Your local interests are likely: 27th furnishes added< evidence '
t nign protection of the fine 26th. good Marshall, Dr. Benjamin F.
ti citizens the assurance that they will be given the protection of the to spread out shortly, and this that you should soon be enabledto
Mays, The
LIBRA The 27th the for more Very Reverend JamesA.
paves way
cOurts whenever their rights are violated. should place you in the way of strengthen your economic ties .
Born Sept. 24th thru Oct. 23rd and overall of the same during the coming Pike and Victor Reuther.
serve personaland
\Ve have got. to have something better than that.LILLY'S better opportunities job, improved that could services mean and a Devote yourself to the tasks of joint financial your interests. Fol- month, besides favoring recrea- Single copies of the quarterlyare

i L increased revenues. bolstering your credit, investment low your inclinations to obtain tional and child projects. obtainable for 75c; a one-

7-30-44-29-43-734. program and economic ties from information and valuable leads on 8-30-55-27-54-834. year subscription, $3.00 (four
the 23rd thru the 27th when the the 27th-28th. I Issues), by writing Mrs: S. Paul-

DRUG STORE Moon is New. The 26th is an incomparable 110225923163. ARIES I ey, AFRICA SOUTH 320 West
< CANCER symbol of success Born Mar. 21st thru April 19th : 877th Street, New York 24, N.Y.

I Born June 22nd thru July 22nd through your own efforts as wellas Your irrepressible energy may
1907 Kings Road at Spires There are times when feelingsare the intervention of extraneous I' AGUARIUS ,I. impel you to widen your field of
Born Jan. 20th thru Feb. 18th
r more effective guides than all powers. The Possibility of utilizing gainful activity with fine resultsas Miss Sylvia B. MomanTo
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to
: the laws of reason. You will elimi- your individual and intellectual -I attending your far as your finances are con-
'Where Experienced. routine and affairs do Be
workaday
nate the possibility of remorse qualities for the furtheranceof cerned, but you should not over- Guest SpeakerOn
1, Pharmacists Prepare and uneasiness when you respondto 'your career or commercial enterprises nothing of an extraordinary nature estimate your strength and en-

\ ,.'. Your Prescription Ac the dictates of your charitableand is revealed at this time. until after the 28th. Resist durance. Excellent and beneficial Musical ProgramMiss 1
b.k compassionate impulses The 410221223410. the impulsion or temptation to outcomes are foreshadowed
Ix cording to your doctor by -
,4 J '27th, which falls in your Sun speculate or to fall for promisesand the 26th. Arians who have ,shown Sylvia Moman, of 1731
.; 4 instructions Using allurements the 25th. Ad- Illinois
Street
on will be the
t themselves guest
sign indicates a period of per- VIRGO at their best and who
only the best quality sonal opportunity and happiness Born Aug. 24th thru Sept. 23rd ditional and hopeful signs of improvements have given and accepted coopera- speaker Sunday at 7:45 p.m. on

'I drugs. which you can help create by You are favored by loving in the quality of services tion will have much to show for a musical program in Bethel Bap
1 Dr. C. E. Black Dr W T. Graham given and rendered are given tist Institutional Church.
their
.: putting all of your natural quali- friends and good fortune in financial pains on this day.
1.r -,' by the 27th. Miss Moman will speak on the
ties to work. matters when you make 920551954951.
\ '- A Complete Line oi: 3-gb-99-79-97-387. the most of the opportunities that 3-50-77-47-73-357. subject Tomorrow's Future Rests
In The Hands "
are disclosed by the 26th. The 27th GEMINI of Today's Youth.
; Cosmetics -:- Rubber Goods -:- Candies -:- Sundries L Others to
Born 21st be featured on the program
LEO urges you to take the initiative: CAPRICORNBorn May thru June 21st

i Born July 23rd thru Aug. 23rd -uM puB eadou; moR jo uauinj Dec. 22nd thru Jan. 19th The numerous aspects that Mer- are Meltonia Cobb LoRlta

The willingness to sacrifice toward obtaining the quick ful-. Just make your well-being and cury makes to many other planets Darby and Rosemary Lillien ThalL

i. some of your. desires or ambitions -i ning friends. gainful endeavors your main subjects show that the output of your Miss Moman is a member of

would help you immenselyin 6-90-66-89- -696. I for concern on these days. mind is by no means inconsiderable. the Saint Plus Catholic Church

I.VJ'tti.t ( stabilizing your economy according The continuation of good returns The 25th cautions you and the Junior Class at Hampton
,
to Venus sextile Jupiter SCORPIO from your workaday achievementsis against expecting results beyondthe Institute.
-eo
I 26th. The 27th confirms that a Born Oct. 24th thru Nov. 22nd i emphasized this time. The 27th limits of reason and against

: .Sc' .ft i. / />< / i.lHI complete review of your life and You have the advantage of Increased suggests taking precautions trying to enforce your point of
BUY SELL HINT REPAIR
'. the .events of the past may hold powers of perception and against .mishaps or the loss of 'view on those who share your -

... .. if domestic and office life. The 277th HAMWEY BROS.SEWINt" .
will open other fields for themaking MACHINES
? :'. Our ., lih.raleaminqi 'Each account ii of WASHIN* MACHINES
money through the
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tK ore compov i insured up to BUSINESS DIRECTORY Salt and S* :c. Since 1915
wider use of your skIlls.540713876M7..
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in this AMO- .. 3
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Specialist In Hair Styling I cad Glamors ,
: Who Yes Bay New Shoes I 8-9 P.M. < 12-1 NIGHTL/ -
.< HOT Your Hair Sfy/tJTo Suit Year Personality .
SHALLEY SHOE SHOP MOVED TO NEW LOCATION 1132 HARRISON ST. SWEET CHARI01 -,
'(. ; :, Tiny Me Themes, Prep. R... Phone EL 53033CHARMETTE :
." g:30 to 10:30 MONDAY thru FRIDAY
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f' Florida Sewing Machine SupplyWe styled to salt "
.' If Tired All the Time Run Down Use >yoar personality. INSURANCE CO. .
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Buy Sell sad Repair Singer and Other Makes Specializing ,,, ysaastag..3 ,
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I Home ConstructionRoom I
be better regulated e .S

I Funeral Directory I Hear The ,
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Bathrooms Complete Horn RcmodtHng I'
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Bin. Gwendolyn Edward Knightof
Los Angeles, CalIf. is the house .
guest of Mrs. Albert GiUard at
1560 W. 1st Street. Mrs. Knight I
attended the graduation exercises! r\.44 isk
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of her godchild F. Delores Duncan -i ;
at New Stanton High School \
She .is also being entertained by I .. ,
hostess Mrs. Mildred...J. Pauline

can.and Mr.. and Mrs.. Warren. L. Dun- HNV: ;y 5 ;?I : $ : TM! Z N(1


The first meeting of the Collegiate \
Society. Club was held at ; : : ; .

president 1051 Mt. Herman LeRoy Washington.St., home of New the I ? //t. :i ..: : :!i : k : f

officers were introduced to the 'b ? .' 4 ; a '. '

club. The next meeting will. be
held at the New Mt. Herman \g\
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park on Wednesday evening 'at .
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7:00: o'clock.


Mrs.Ypsilanti Zelma.Johnson Club. .last, entertainedthe Thursday !: I Tjti ;S ?


night ', at the Lincoln Golf and

t Country Club. Mesdames Louise tj'Y
G. Guinyard Lucille Baines and
Aretha Johnson were the special
guests. A very tasty menu of 1 Ip Lc t44: c't
Chicken Salad Beets Pickled
eggs and Ritz crackers was
served. Mrs. Catherine Taylor : .1

t Reed is the president.?
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3Irs' Eddie Mae Johnson en-
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tertained the ,Cosaml Bridge Club 1k
Tuesday evening at the Lincoln
Golf and Country Club. .
Mrs. Mary Alice T. Browne a 4
former member of the club was I T 'i
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special guest oil the occasion c:
and received the guest prize. Mrs.
Margaret Starkes was winner of : t
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the first prize, Mrs. Carolyn _
r.1' Washington, second and Mrs. ,.
Elizabeth Simmons third.
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A delicious shrimp salad headed
the menu and beverages were
available. ;

1J 1 t tAn ;

i installation party was given fr ta

officers of the ,. .,, ., ,, .,, ...,.,., 4 ., ., ,,. .
for the new Alpha ; <: L > ; ': ._ 'C '" ''''''''''''"
"w: ) : ; SI; >% V"':: >>W"19 >> )lIP.!:""" : W"7 'Y" ';;o : : "l-xi' > x """ $.y"" = '"
r< Kappa Alpha Sorority, in the I
home of Mrs. E. Word GAY INSTALLATION EVENT-Depicted above arc !scenes! from the tho ;>h N Mr. L. W. Parson:. the Polemarkof ,.... held last Monday night by the Gamma Rho Om ;;;., Chapter of Alpha Kappa E-t"le! Williams, Anti-Basileus, Mrs. Jolih Cow: iTt Graminateus; Mrs. Mattie Campbell,
the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity j>:'at i a: *.>;> show members and guests enjoy ..g the bridge session that rammateus; Mrs. Alma Daniels Epistoleus ." ', v N r;!a Ruth Solomon, Tamlochus; :Mrs.!
'o..ne Kulssel, Financial Secretary; 3Irs. K S.,'oniu ,. Business: Manager; Miss Mabel
'Turner. ,
installed the officers. t r. r.: *s. Among those seen are-Mrs. Florence Mrs. Thelma Jones :\ .
Parliamentarian; Mrs. Annie Ruth Wil : ::.v>, C tistodlan.! Other-of fleers:: Installed but not
Officers installed were: Mrs. O-v" I L.nltiss: :: Mabel Wright, 3Irs. Elizabeth Simmons, Miss Bernice
arc: Sirs. Virginia Long, Reporter to Ivy Leaf; Mrs. Lillian Alston, Phllacter; Mrs.
Amy S. Currie Basileus; Miss. "- C. Bro6ks, Mrs.!' Charlotte Stewart, Mrs. Alma Daniels Mrs. Annie Ruth
llazzard. 1I0dega.1i.tAt right are: Johnnie l'\art, Isaac: Simmons, L. W. Parsons, Polemark
Estelle!; Williams Anti-Basileus; I' e11. K. D. Britt and Mrs.! Winona Britt. Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity" who Installed r off cr.. Ashby Cowart and James Russell.
,N },{rs. Johnnie Cowart, Gram-I : s '
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Campbell I -'
mateus; Mrs. Mattie j i YWCA DAY Camp !i


; I I I I'' "Grl": Camp Opens Monday""Day I i the staff as Why should your hairsay i .

Camp for girls sponsored water safety

k ; ; i i will Ly 4e open AL.on Lewis Monday Branch, June 24 LWCA and rector Mrs and Vera you're old and gry1 < x .

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will run through July 19th. Girls brought .t
", ;:tending the Day Camp are un- YWCA, 5c

aei cor.3i.jnt supervision from 9 I ,
I : ant to 3 p.m. each day, Monday e Vie
: through Friday. ll J..l:,i ion for Douglas :
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Ke session at the YWCA ;s $o i'o

per ;'rl.According. H :1 ter.
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to Mrs. Ralph Lott
< Day Camp Chairman, a varied .
:: and interesting activity schedule Entertain 4.,.
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is provided. Calisthenics swimming I
hikes, storytelling, group I Among the I I ;1. ;4
singing, creative dramatics are :Uicv'l' closing
some among the activities. Skills": Oouglis i.x" .
: in ''jewery-making} basketweaving -i ns a I !

: :, wood stix pillow-top design- i he homeroom
.;*g, laiap-m.iking, and puppetryare I .1.S'1 in honor
among the offerings in arts !pupils. The

./.J crifiiilrs. : Thursday.

Wilson Baker, YTeenConu.uu.je The patrons
;: member, is the volun- pared the UNDEAD"T; : 6 hplYi
: Anita Paulin,
.ecr lea Jer instructing arts and
...-....;. Mrs. Baker comes to the I, Bryant, Mrs. x qa 6, r'a7n1{', wp% .,) rc a
.; ..um .ee with a full background' The dalies

i .U ; ..;se; skills: having worked in repast amid'
and colorful
: rioiaa Demonstration: units with
Mrs. Mabel
:Mrs. George W. Powell 4-H Club
J : of the class
Executive: of Duval County. continuous
i
t Miss Joyce Shipp, entering her
ments with
Li'j sixth straight year-as Camp Coun- trons. Mrs..
--i-i j -ene as music director.
fully and Look lovelier. !
: .loo.k today]
i L" I ada Henderson, volunteer Southside younger. .

I Camp Counselor last year, joins, teacher and.
!I et those ""..y hair" heartaches! models alike( the one shown here) ; ,

\ I erroy'. Lirieuie flair Coloring otn you'll be-prowier of your hair when -
II I I STRAND SUNDAY '- SATURDAY P''.* jour hair joung-looking, lorelj- yod choose CodeCro!'. Lxrieusel Iff

I i color right au,y. glowing. the famous brand in the red box, iti
known for its for
dependability more ttAtK
color that l lull. and Uiti! ;
AUDIE s than SO ytnn Ot it at your faroritf
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ANNIVERSARY! SERVICES MONDAY! 1 1The ;1 '_r k ,' : .-.T\. l ". .




congregation and pastor / ,
Rev. H..H.' V tight, of the First!' Panel MJUT Set I v .

Baptist Cflurch, Jacksonville

Beach will begin the anniversary By Junior WonteiAt

observance"of the church on June R.
.24 thru July 2.

The ReVerends G. T. HcCall and SecoldlapfislThe 4

"H. T. Overstreet will conduct the

penlng service. On the
following
Junior Women Missionary!
night, June 25 the Rev. G.V.. .
;
,Society cf Second Baptist Churchwill '4 4ay
Smith, pastor i ; St. Andnnvs '
present JheInspiratiomal.Pan; .Panel -
JLM.E. Church and the Church
Hour en Monday evening at
of God In Christ ?f Jacksonville
7 p.m. 'in the basement of the
Beach, will be in charge.On : _
churck. *1FIFr J4J't. '
the night, of June 28, the the .3.s.RR :
"The of is "'
prayer" >
Rev. J. L. Jenkins of New ),(t. scope _
theme selected by the leadership
Olive and the Rev. G. L. Boyd of
of Mrs. Ruth Bryant
Midway Tabernacle. will conduct I
Members of the Panel will beMrs. ,
the service. !: di r r- 4. .. [ ;;Je I
Ruth Bryant Mrs. Cola Mc ='I" "
The .Rev. G. Curry, Pastor of WIENER ROAST-Some of the members .and guests who participated in the wiener roast given by ,the Ladies Auxiliary' of the National Association of Letter
Coy. Mrs. Mabel Young Mrs. Carriers In the home of Mrs. G. F. Lfflienthal
riendshlp Baptist Church and Ethel Holzendorf, Mrs. Minnie of 521 Jessie, St. are seen here: Standing from left are \V. B. Steward; Wesley Johnson, airs. Billle Wllkerson, J. A. I
.3 congregation ,will conduct the Weathersbee, Mrs. Flora Burris way. Seated ore Mrs. Sara L. Stewart,. Mrs. Frances T. Johnson, ]Mrs.\ Agnes Reeves, G. F. Lillienthal Mrs. Collins, Mrs. Wlllimenla Skinner, and \V. M. Brood
Tvice on the night of June '27. Reeves Mrs. Hazel Lillienthal, Mrs. Florence lLVen8, Mrs.\ Catherine, Barns_ Mrs. Lottie Gilbert and Mrs E. O. Broadway.
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Mrs. Lucile Scott ,and Mrs. Mag- ,
ae Rev. A. E.. .Scott of New / '
Hope:: AME Church will have gie Sloan. Grace To Speak Anniversary Scheduled
'The monthly social will follow
June 28.
charge: on
June 1, the Rev. G. W. Phillips the program with Mrs. Tasker At Hi. Zion AME By Zion Hope DistrictThe : Feed your baby :

of Sweetfield Baptist Church will Jenkins in charge. .
"
.deliver the sermon. anniversary observance of

Closing services will be conducted More than 96 per cent of 'vehicles District 7 will beheld- ,at 8 p.m. ; '

by the Rev W. M. Daniels Involved in fatal accidentson Deacon Melvin Grace, outstanding in the New 'Mt. Zion Baptist .CARNATIONAmerica's

and congregation of First Baptist U.S. 'highways In 1936 were radio- announcer of, radio station Church auditorium.A / .

Church bf Mandarin.; .: hi, apparently good condition. WOBS will be the guest. program has been arrangedfor
If- ,
speaker on an afternoon program the occasion.

.at the Mt. Zion A.ME.: Churchon District 8 has been asked. to ,

June 23' at 3 p.m. meet Friday at 8 p.m. in the homeof

Featured on the ,program in Mrs. Sylvia Jenkins, 1592 W. -

musical selections will be theWaymon 17th St. in which refreshments .

1 Chapel's choir' No.2, will be.served.Vocational .
"- "healthy baby" milk !
United<* Gospel Chorus, Southside

Morning Stars, Julius Brown,
Bible School
a ., Margrette Dixon Ragland Children t.

ana' Mrs. Lillie -Mae Dixon. o ., .
J The Annual Vocational Bible r S :
Other outstanding religious and : ,
School of .Laura Street Presbyterian .
civic leaders of the city will par- f ;'
.1PSPRING ticipate on the program. The Rev.v Church is in,'progress. The :-
sessions are being conducted each
M. Campbell is pastor, Mrs.
day from 9} ajn. to 12 noon and
James Davis sponsor.
will continue through the 28 of -
tr
June. F a y.c.R. ,: '

Bible School OpenedAt The main feature of the Bible
School is the special class that
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Central Baptist is being offered for adults. Rev. ,
BACK .r .s 4pk'a1
V. B. Miller. is the pastor. I

The Vacation Bible School
' EMERSON-ELECTUC opened on Monday June 17. in Male Group Plans I

the Central Baptist Church, with

LIFETIME FANS Mrs. M. H. Jones in charge. There Musical/ 'Program

iviil be.. Bible study;/handicraft '___________ -

iJo matter how hot it gets, yon are guaranteed a cool and other arts for children. The male chorus of Zion Hope !, I yy

refreshing breeze,with an Emerson-Electric Fan.Here are Classes will be provided for beginners Baptist Church will feature,

couple bf topnotch values from America's most complete, primary, junior and in- I choruses on parade,,Monday night I y. b <' 1 n

; largest-selling fan line.. built for a Izfe.ime.of depend termediate. The school opens, at I June 24th.
_
able service...backed by the famous Emerson-Electric 9 ajn., and closes at 12 o'clock I Choruses participating will rep-

3-YEAR GUARANTEE and will operate for 'i.two-weeks, resent the following churches: Mt. 'iqria _

,period.Homecoming. I Sinai, Mt. Ararat, Abyssinia, Little _, '
Oscillating Desk Fan I Rock, Day Spring, Emanuel,

West Union, and St. Paul Baptist.Also .
\ 's ere uiet overlapping bladesExtralarge *' 'P Day ; 4, .
9 appearing will be the Norfolk :. !
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breeze capacity Three = 'r1 = Four and the Mt. Ararat .

sjleecU fingertip oscillation control To Be Observed Quintet. C. Parham Johnson will ... F ....
5-Year Guarantee Exclusive,motor { f.
act master of ceremonies.
as :.,.
asd bearing construction gives Punta ? ;
of extra service Ai I :
BtewslerI "
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.. Homecoming will be observedby Program For'Sunday :': f if s ,,
the Brewster Hospital Alum-

j Low Table Fan nae on June 27-28 at Brewster. A very fine, program has been
Registration will, be conducted
planned by the women of Bethel
Smut design mAo* a. attractive and from 1 to 2 pjn. in Foyer's Edu- Baptist Institutional Church to

useful furniture piece Tkrct speeds cation Building. aid in their annual drive, which
Lar.-volusn. all-around air delivery The opening program will begin
will terminate Sunday, June 23.
Four queWt>nMuung 12-inch blades Den'- at 2 pjn. Mrs. Evelyn .Hillman, Mrs. Joyce J. Driscoll, a popu- .
tlful nmlfttceac finishEatrsoBi the Jackson Alumnae 7r
oaakegaajr
president wh w r
narratorof
lar 'personality will be
..trIc .Year Ouaraatat Assn. will preside. A very inter-
the
program.
will be presentedat
esting program
Hostesses for the occasion are
that tiihe. Women's 'Hetlthy Bab/'Ddbor&h Brown of Miami
the Junior Missionary
A tour of the hospital will be
Society of Second Baptist Church YOU It's the the world than ;
all
held from 3:30 to 4:30: p.m., and CAN TRUST CARNATION. throughout
and the Woman's of
Society
) This large Emerson dinner will be served from 4:30 Mount Sinai Baptist Church. { safest}:, most nourishing and diges-- other brands combined Ready

"Roll-a-bout Fan is now to business 5:30 In session the cafeteria.will be held A special from Several singing groups of the I tible form of milk for your baby's made formulas that claim to be "

t 6 to 9 pjn. with Mrs. P. A Smith, city will be feautred in song, and f formula. More,mothers feed Car- complete cost almost twice as
available also in a popularity contest. The
at a new \ presiding. Included on the'agenda' nation to, their babies than any much as Carnation-the proven

LOW; Price/ use at the : ? will president be ,the the message election and from instal-the .other brand. And more Carnationis milk for infant feeding-the milk

lation of officers by Mrs. H L. BIBLE SCHOOL OPENS used in hospital formula rooms every doctor knows.BEST :
window or in'any room -
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Mills. AT SWEETFIELD BAPTIST ..
Following the business session '
I in your ,home to pro- i the new and retiring officers will r------------------------ ----------l k i ..

meet. A social hour will beginat "Home and Family,','will be ,the _

;ride cooling relief from \ 9 pjn. theme for the Daily Vocational t I" -., BRAND FOR YOUR I ::1

The closing activity ,will be a Bible School of Baptist I t..../.

J .slimmer, heat. Many motorcade to Silver Springs on Church. ,The, Bible School win'begin COFFEE TOO 1Creamysmooth 1 ; .,'Jj. s
That'SdaJune 23, beginning at Monday at, 9 'a.m. and will t f s
other models to choose 9 a.m., the motorcade will format continue through next week.. I

the Nurses Home at 8:30. Features ,of the Bible School 1 r 1
from come in and see .,::- Carnation makes
will 'be Bible drIlls, crocheting, \. a good
i \ arts and crafts, missionary stories f i cap of coffee taste even
Jed choicer Bethel Women To Hear
your and recreation. Children from the betted! Richer and more

.. Mrs. Annie B. Weston ages 3 to'16 and adults have been flavorful,the way you' < a .

">f"- f _, ...j : asked to attend. Mrs./1(.' L. An- like it! -

Brone.EL 3-5791 derson, is the director.
Street .
135 Broad
I Mrs Annie Belle Weston, secretary
f' .. OPEN A CHARGE ACCOlHr TODAY of the National Alumni ASsociation -.0. o.JI.-c.wa"+

will be the speaker for ,. 1
; \f Down. Payment -= .ertrls, t! U'' ", .Ar''
; 'Women's Day observance. at GEmIliIJlIIIGms a.d. __-_ _I"- } _

t (' 4FkN1TUREt ( I Bethel' L'Baptist'' : Church, ,': .- : 'Sunday ttvc.1adt>rBl d-teVC--BeartCHtt.- Leading :
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I By Staff Writer'TALLAHASSE3 Coale: nun; College in Daytona has Hawkins' petition for the fed- Court in 1954. I He was subjected to gruelling *

; Virgil D. asked the federal court to take eral court to take over the case Horace Hill Negro attorney of questioning and had to. come .
Hawkins, a Daytona Beach resident charge of the case. is being handled by attorneys for Daytona Beach, has withdrawn back to the stand to "oorrect"testimony SuitATLANTATwho t,

Who.has been waging a fight The Florida court has ruled the National 'Association for the from the case with the permission he had given.; .1

to-enter the University of Florida that Hawkins is entitled to enrollin Advancement of Colored People, of. the Florida Supreme Ralph Odum and John Blair, Negro minis- *
fofct .nearly 10 yeafa has,, asked f the school, but* not at the including Thurgood Marshall and Court. I assistants to State Attorney Gen- ters filed suit in Atlanta lastMonday
i the \ &>"Supreme Court: to out- present time. .I 1 March of this Bob Career Hill who .pleaded ill health eral Richard W. Ervin. are pre- asking the Federal courtto '.

law tho state's rights stand of year, the state court said it is Marshall is the Negro attorneywho was the object of searching paring an answer to Hawkins' issue an injunction against segregation -

the Florida Supreme, Court a power of the state court to decide handled the Brown case examination by the NAACP investigating petition. on the city's buses.The

,Hawkins, who heads the public when Hawkins should be which led to the school desegregation committee of the The state's answer will be filed Rev. Samuel \y. Williamsand : %ft : I

relations department at Bethune- allowed to enrolL order of the U. S. Supreme Florida Legislature in January. :, with the court In July The Rev. John T. Porter
} filed the suit against the At-

: :: \-\ lanta Georgia Transit Public System Service, Inc Commission the *
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Atlanta William B.
: ; C' : Mayor Zaet4 I IA
:t...J.o.o: ... "M rofTUFFS' \ Hartsfield and Atlanta Chief of

".'IDq., )":'.'- BEST Police Herbert Jenkins.
itI! ;q .L,':. The two men charged their .
up a t t M r u.l C&p. tthese
< civil rights were violated when .. ,
:t ; ; TL! ut tUU.\lI. tttani '
... ;t.J '. .. z they were ordered by bUS driv- Amerfaru *'t.< 11 .&.-.......1.rl.._ )'I.u tL. u ; ers to move to the back of the tI'"",,,, ." ..rt. "rotounfh' I.
:; nUroln whk'h to u.
bus In January, 1957.
The ministers were not among r : .
: the six who arrested and
were
p I : indicted for violating the segre- *+*..*-: jr ww*, rwWjS* *. ..

APPLIANCEBIJYS r gation law earlier this year in ...."'".>.. list'..*
: Atlanta. Trial of the six, which :

jJJ. was to take place in Fulton
I.. 1'1..I : County Superior Court, has never -tc
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< I I 11a.Lfl: I [1 :, I DE LUXE REFRIGERATOR .. the Founder's Chi Chapter Day Iota celebration Phi Lambda for : ; i cc

;. : Sorority will be observed at the DORIS. -c
.1 James Weldon*Johnson
Laura Street (
Presbyterian Churchon
fl regular 299.95 Pepsi-Cola Dealers and
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.f& June 30, at 3 o'clock.
( Pepsi-Cola Bottling Com1:cc
;\d Mrs.
.. Ethel )t. Powell, who has '
\ pany are proud to salute
been named "Woman of the Year"
Doris Allen, of the 9th it
by the Sorority will be awarded a
I grade class. She Is an iC
1 2 citation and other hpnora during active
member of the iC
the celebration.Mrs. .
I.," :: :;:x.;: ) Dramatics Club and an
: Powell, a local Home Demonstration -t c
F EXCHANGE ; Agent, is being honored -i honor student. -c

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I J i', I'I" I -. ___ ::J 'rlde.ep[ door shelves full width vegetable Crisper : James SimmonsDeacon 4 1 .vJ a

I I snack shelf for small items : butter conditioner. *
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Baptist Church
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':"" {otS' Gilt! WASHER' i active service in the New Mt T Dnrotlrv I Is a memberof ,
..w: the 9th grade class .
", ., Olive Baptist Church. The Churchis
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located
:II 01. '" on the corner of Hart i<
;.uTUO'V; i : j: : Slip is assistant secretaryof
I J----------------- LALL.POROElAIrHPtSIDE and OUT :;;Y. H.and L.Brady Jenkins Streets.is pastor.The- Rev.. < of the Stiuh'nt Council

.t>i : : \3 10 j iC: and president of the Creative -

'! '.,: ie Dance Group.! Her
F :" .-y t :): ;_ ): '.'I'I Compare at 309*$? I' Siurk .4' hubby I is music and .

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Joseph and Norma McBride
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640 E. 7th SL Girl, June 2-57.

!H \ J; ;rar I Joseph L. and Mattie Williams *'
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c Onie and Mary Miller, 1147 Van
b >:.' \ ,;..t (' .1, ; overflow rinsing floats away aMrt sand, sudl+ ami.f -. Buren St. GirL June 457. *
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t" ;. I Dock and Letha Cooper Jr.,
,) 1U J "It. *-, automaHaally! :. 328 N. St. GirL June '4-57. *

Cleveland and :Mary Woods, *
: -" t*' 'f)< CT :?::. 1 5680 Verbena Rd. Twin Girls. BERNICE KEARSE *
: i ; James Weldon Johnson

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; Taylor, Route 1, Box 4381F. student and a member of

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'it Daniel H. and Pauline Bryant,
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active
.. : 'I hnj"I., tt! Sr.,',,223 Spruce St. Boy. .June 9, charm clue, and is afflll-

I- t.r t "'>r. 1957.Mosea ted with the West Union

H .,. C =-, .... --..---.t.--.. ..- and Mary Bruce_ ,' 2640 Street Baptist Church.

... .. ; Lantana Ave. GirL' June 957. *
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f : ... ... :.. .. -+ 1251 Grothe 8t. GirL- June 1057.( *:*
:, :' ; : Joseph H. and :McLean Avery .
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: ,'. 1i;;J'.}...: ""i4r1sjt 1 q.., 1..r. ').. Jr., 1954 Louisiana. GirL June 9, Congratulations from Pepsi
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I il J Joi';! .r..' .. t, .. ; .. ., '-, ,1957. __ Award win.crs!
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-. .t 14-:.: ,. .. ; ., "- -- -: } ; Evergreen Boy. Award salutations on Pepsi
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.- MASONS TO OBSERVEST. Wilder Park Recreation
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eilDlNarwood.,. 'Ayc.: -,. 96 Beach 13Ivd, '. Hinson in the role ef main
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CtO-MONDAY-FRIDAY 6t2 SUn On SCHEDULE s f'f School OfficialsDAYTONA
cO-6.05 News & WeatherS ty

.. $- 7:" Heaven'Grace). Road (Deacon. ti:

t-e<>- 7.03 News & Weather 4
7:.3- 8.00 Moraine Capers (.Bob t Monday, June'
Hudson
)
Four hundred and
.*0- 8:03 News & Weather "" 17 fifty prin-
CtI3- ,:.. Morning Capen (Bob' .pals, supervisors, and lunch
Hudson)
*::80- ':03 News Weather room managers are expected to
?:3-l:00 Jampin' Show (Johnny
assemble Bethune-Cookman
Shaw) on
19:00-10.03 News ft Weather College's campus, for the Fourth
t:03-ll:00. Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon
fl Grace) Annual Principals and Supervisors'
11:00-11:03 News ft Weather
'11:'1-12:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon Leadership Conference.
Grace) & h
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attention was
9 Special givento
1 li.-00-12:05 Local News (Yvonne t ) %
Daniels) the improving of leadership
i 12:05-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonnr Daniels)
f 12:15l.DO Noontime Tunetlme competencies. Greetings were
i (Yvonne Daniels) extended by John Smiley, Volusia
I*>>- 1:03 News ft Weather A ,, .a
t 1:032:00. Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon County school superintendent also
Grace)
Z: /*23 News ft Weather Thomas D. Bailey, state superin-
e3- 3.-00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon
Grace) tendent of public instruction pre-

X:0033 News ft Weather '" u a challenge; response was
13- 40 ampin Show (Johnny
Shaw) be given by Dr. J. C. Dixon, exec-
.
4335:00 Jompln Show (Johnny

Shaw) ..... w'f 7 'r."?' W_ _< __ _.>:>:,. w.._., .,___>>>__ ___ < ________.. v. .,>. ___ _. m,___ ....__.n cation Foundation.The .
50- 53 News ft Weather
5JU- 5:45 Jnmpln' Show (Johnny LADIES IN SESSION-Members of the Ladies Auxiliary 100, composed df.'local matrons who are active in chic and social endeavors are seen here following school lunch program was

SATURDAY Shaw) SCHEDULE their recent business meeting. Seated in the left photo are Airs. Mae Thomas Airs Mamie Jones and Mrs. Mamie .Polite. Standing are Airs. Lynia Alexander, Airs. be supervised by Mrs. Thelma

E 50-. 1:0 2 Sign On Ollie l11J1iams and Airs. Gladys Benjamin. In the right photo, seated are Airs Lillie London, Airs. C. Poison, president and Airs. Sadie Godson, recording secre Flanagan: state supervisor of
fi /% 6.05 News ft Weather
S:05-: 7:00 Heaven's Road ,tary. Standing are Airs. Bernice Pugh, reporter; Airs. ,Cherrie Lamb, sinking fund treasurer; Airs. AI .C. Monroe and Airs. Gussie! Rucker. school lunch program.
7073 News ft Weather
":03- 80 Morning Capers (Bob

t 8 8.039.00:00- S:03 News Morning Hudson ft)Weather Capers ,(Bob Art Students MRS. INEZ BIVENS Fraterna/'Notes/ Tabernacle Women Cincinnati Signs Mrs. Sutton Honored

Hudson) Slate Observance

93-100 90 9-03 News.Jumpln'ft Show Weather(.Johnny At TuskegeeWin AND GOSPEL ECHOESIN a 'Bradenion Hurler By School Patrons

Shaw) ARK BEARERS, COURT PLANS
10.00-10.03: News ft Weather ANNIVERSARY ( The Young Women Auxiliaryof
10.03-11:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Yvonne SPIRITUAL TEAA
Mrs. Helen L. D. Sutton was
the.Tabernacle Baptist Church .
Daniels) : Prize AwardsTuskegee spiritual Tea will be sponsored -
110-11:03 News ft Weather .
113-12.00 Gospel Train No.'1 (Yvonne Mrs. Inez Bivens and the Gospel by the Ark Bearers Court will celebrate its Anniversary on BRADENTON Cincinnati honored with a banquet given by

Daniels) I Echoes will observe' their ninth 43. Heroines of Jericho' on June Sunday June 23, at 3 p.m. in Redlegs of the National League the faculty and patrons of Forest
120-12.05 Local News (Yvonne
Institute, Ala.. June the Auditorium of the church. signed Tom Lee Taylor, 20yearold -
at 9 in
Daniels) anniversary, Sunday p.m. 30, from 4 to 6 in the Ma- Park School. The veteran teacheris
125-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels) 00, 1957 Tuskegee students en- p.m. A and pitcher with the Bradenton
interesting
12:1510.Noontime Tunetlme the ML Ararat Baptist-Church sonic Temple. very unique now, retiring after 43 years of
(Yvonne Dada)' rolled in courses in art won a Special guest for the programwill program. will be presented for Devils of the Florida State Negro service.
10- 1:03 News ft Mrs. Melvina wilt have
and certificates of meritin Wright
prize the occasion. League to a contract with Hornell -
1:032:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Yvonne be the original Gospel Har- Mrs Minnie Caye, president of
Daniels) a recent contest sponsored by monetts 'of Birmingham, and the charge of the program, the public Mrs. Carrie L Vaught is Presi- Pa., of the New YorkPennsylvania -
2:002:03 News ft Weather the retired Teachers Assn. was
invited.
2:03- 3:00 Saturday Session (Johnny the Latham Foundation of Sanford Soul St rrers of Chicago.. The is dent, Mrs. Ella Mae Norton is Class D League. principal speaker.

3:00- 3:03 News Shaw)ft Weather California. / public! has been invited to at- Directress and. Mrs. Lucille A. The signing this week was announced -
3:034:00 Saturday Session (Johnny Participating artists expressedin tend. EARLS CIIAPJER Williams, Counselor. by William Tedesco, who Special guests of the honoree
Shaw) were Mrs. Ethel Murry, Mrs. M.
40- .:03 News A Weather poster form the themes (1) SLATES MEETING completed the contract on behalf
43- 5:00 Saturday Session (Johnny spiritual fundamentals that lead A. Campbell Mrs. Robert Wilson,
Shaw Earls No. 36, O.E.S. of Florence, Cincinnati scout. Te
) Chapter PATRONIZE
30- 5:03 News ft Weather to world friendship; ((2)) humane Officials Named Mrs. S. Payne, Mr. and Mrs. L. M.
93- 5:45 Saturday Session (Johnny understanding of and sympathy will meet at 5:00 o'clock next FLORIDA STARADVERTISERS desco said Taylor has a 6.1 mound Argrctt; and members of the Du-
Shaw) Wednesday, June 26th in the Masonic -
SUNDAY SCHEDULE with men's relations to animals. rec "d at Bradenton. val County Retired.
.:00- 1:0 Sign On I For Men'sBayCharlie Temple. All members are
-52- (:03 News ft Weather Entries in the contest were received -
95- 70 Heaven's Road (Deacon asked to be present and on time.
from countries in Africa,
Grace) Also come prepared to pay I
70- 73 News ft Weather China, Indonesia, Scotland and Powell, general chair-
73730 Heaven's Road (Deacon their ESBA. and all other dues
Grace) the Un itdeeaStstl-tlETAONNN man, and E. Desue, co-chairman AT I
7:308:00 Latlmore(Live Gospel Gospel Singing Sinters) the United States. Winning a of .the annual Men's Day observance required. NOW A PRICE-
Mrs. Willie Mae W.M.
10- 830 Healing Roberts)Water i (Oral prize for Tuskegee was Marybel at Payne Chapel AME Shipp -

t:. ':00 .Jaz Revival Center (Rev Banks, Sophomore, Elementary Church announced captains, for -
Eunice Riley) Education, from New Orleans. June 30.Men .
***-100 Bishop S. C..Johnson Hallback, Robert Stewart, Harry
10:00-19:30 Heaven Fire Gospel Singers Receiving certificates of merit selected as captains are:
(Live Gospel Singing) Smiley, Allen Whitaker, James IFREL
le 30-10:45 Temple of God (Rev. W. B. were 18 art students from Tuske- Charlie Powell, Eugene De Sue, YOU CAN AFFORD
Herbert) Williams, Julius Polite, William
1 10:45-110 Heaven Road (Deacon gee: Mollie Chatman Talucah Robert Mainor, Stephen Spencer
p Ora. Ala., Mary Blocton, Tyler, Ala., O, D. Phillips. Bowens, James Hodges, Henry .

110-113 11:03-12:00. Newt Heaven's ft Weather Road (Deacon Effie Ellis, Twin City, Ga., Mary The. Rev. J.V. Jones, Charl'e! I Spencer.

Grace) Morrow, Hartselle, Ala., June I
120-123 News ft Weather
123- 1:00 Heaven's Road (Yvonne Barron, Mt. Olive, Miss., Ruth : 1

f 1:001:03 News Daniels ft) Weather Rogers, Gainesville, Fla., Dorothea You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get I :

1:031:30 Heaven's Road (Yvonne Mullins, Gainesville, Fla., from .
Daniels)
1:302:00 Mt. Ararat Baptist Church the School of Home Economics; 6 MONTHS i1_:
(Rev. Dallas Graham)
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70- 3:00 .Jafco Gospel Review Souls Bransford. Chicago; Bettye LOW PRICS

(Lrve Gospel Singing) BlackwelU Jacksonville: Ala., Hy- .
30- 40 Gods Holy Shrine (Mother SUPPLY OF GAS !
Rosa Woods) awatha CoVington. Columbus, Ga., .
-4050 Church of God In Christ On Your .
Barbara Broadway. Montgomery, .
Elder Charles Beck I For the Average Family
'$:00- 53 News ft Weather Ala., Pearl Tooks, Tampa, Fla.,
33- 5:45 Heaven's Read (Yvom-
naDI.'UMurder Ella Middleton Tuskegee, Ala., DRUG STORE HEEDS I

i 3 Lillian McQants, Ocala, Fla., Eu- FREE

nice Lester, St. Petersburg, Fla., v
ChargePALATKA Julia Rowser, Demopolis, Ala., .Trod'. > vVfffi Your Neighborhood Drug Store : TURKEY f

Georgia Love, Reform Ala., fram ,
Henry Lane, a the School of Elementary Edu- We Will Meet, Any Prices Advertised I WITH PURCHASE ,. ,

guilty Denver to community charges resident ol second, plead de- I cation,, Ga.and, from Eish Morrison the School, Valdosta of- ? In Your Local Papers I i iWOOD'S (See Coupon) :&: ..,. t s

gree murder and was sentencedby Nursing. I T

; 'Circuit Judge P. B. Revelsto Announcement of the success- !! DIXIE PHARMACY -
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life imprisonment. \ ful contestants from Tuskegee NO -. -

The state charged that Lane, Institute was made by John de 1302 KING) ROAD .t MYRTLE AVENUf II -

lI, fatally shot his commonlawwife Lemos, Art Director, The Latham PHONES EL 3-5597.98 MONEYDOWN -

Mary 54._ at a neighbor'shouse Foundation, and was received by 1: r9" O.ii.., -*. W* Alto fill All Doctori* ",."ri"t.o... ,.
at Denver last falL Lane Mrs.. Elaine Freeman Thomas, AY 'I
,PAY TOUR LIGHT WATER AND TELEPHONE !
was Indicted by a grand Jury Art Instructor, in the School of ,

last fall while a fugitive from I Home Economics at the Institute. BILLS AT OUR STORE I JUST TRADEIN : ., ,
ustice, but he was caught p -"" -
YOUR OLD STOVE
month later: in Hendry Countx ;

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; Formal Opening of New Lincoln/ Golf Course Slated.



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.;. Halchiis Announces Activities Softball CircuitThe I Harold Johnson '

LARRY BOBY SLOGS ITOUT

For Wants Title Boot
. July 4 Golf Tonrnameils feeling of strtng competition -

is apparent in all of the '
', IN BASEBALL'S BIGGEST BRAWL
games now.'eing played in the

adult league. Rightfully so, since NEW YORK Johnson,
Elaborate plans are being made for the formal opening of the : --
there will only be six teams participating once knocked out by Archie I
New Lincoln 'Golf Course Thursday July 4, when an 18-hole pro- SPECIAL from both teams rushed to home
in the elimination Moore when he was leading Mooreon
amateur will b4 held. .
tournament
tournament beginning Monday.July points in, the Uth'round of a CHICAGO HI-Larry baby, the plate.Chicago's
The sponsor of__ the event... l.ian- Walt Dropo floored
--- 15. As of this writing ell)( title match, and recent winner brilliant Negro baseball: player be-
ager J. E. Hutchins announces the Yanks' huge Bill Skowronand
one team has remained in* use Clarence Hinsant is very anxiousto came the central figure in one of
that the 9 hole par 33 layout is Deadline Given about a dozen players wres-
now In Up-top shape after having undefeated ranks, the Orioles. get a shot at Archie Moore. two biggest baseball brawls In .
tled and the
punched on ground.Then
gone through an extensive remodeling They are certain to be one of the Johnson is rated among the top history which occurred last Thurs-

f change during the past For NooreFight. teams, and the other teams are A.' four in both the heavyweight and day in two different sections of Dropo and 41-year-old Enos
of New York
Slaughter poppedout
several months. The greens, traps fighting it out to gain a berth. x' light heavyweight divisions. John the coAmtry.
1 I of the crowd, swinging
awayat
and fairways have been thoroughly On the 12th the Towers defeated son says he would rather fight The ,brawl at Chicago started

worked and the trickly short PARIS Light heavyweight the Trainmen the 13th light heavies.. He plans to go because of ank alleged' beanball. each other. .
Archie has been Later, Slaughter, said, "I've
9-hole course is a challenge to Champion Moore saw the Dodgers ease by the after that title first. Larry Doby of the White Sox
'all golfers. I I warned by the world Committeeon been in baseball more than 20
Saints 5-3, and the Candlelighters 1 In i955 Johnson was suspended :slugged Yankee pitcher Art Dit-
The pro-amateur event set for I professional boxing that he year and I've never started afigit.
ended the week of play by send- for six' months after hevas mar after Ditmar knocked Mm
It was' .a'awful fight. It
July will feature top notch per- must defend his title against Tony
Lions down in defeat 114. down with a pitch and players
the
ing stopped by Julio Mederos in two
.formers: professionals and amateurs -; Anthony by August 30, or the was an awful, awful fight. One
The best ball team scores title will be declared vacant. The Candlelighters apparently not rounds in Philadelphia. The poor of the worst fights I've ever seen

for 18 holes of model play will The world committee also went satisfied closing the week with a showing of Johnson in that fight in baseball."

be the basis for selection of thewinners. win started ,the next week ofplay caused an investigation and. he The fight in Brooklyn startedin
an record as confirming the ALTHEA GIBSON
! The professional winners championship suspension against also in the win column by trim- claimed he had eaten a "bitter I the second inning, after Bill

will receive awards withtrophies ming the Big Team 31-7 .The orange" that ,had been given to I Bruton hit his second home run
:Moore that the National Boxing
going to the amatuers.' Association has already placed Lions suffered their second setback him by a man in passing.He PREPS FOR of the game. Drysdale promptlyhit
A small entry fee will be chargedto in starts
him. as many getting is now on the comeback the next' batter Johnny Lo-
cover the cost of the event. upon trounced by the Orioles 23-9 in trail and he has given gan. After going to first base, Lo
Mr. Hutchins said. "This is nota Moore has not defended his title Tuesdays game. Mack Riley's every gan started to the mound, and
reason for fight fans to hear ,WIMBLEDONSURETON !
money-making activity, ,but one in more than a year. He has Lions went into the top half of from him. Johnson Drysdale started for Logan. Fists
more will haveto
to stimulate participation in local spent a big portion of his time the third inning leading 7.2, but flew until other players dragged
*' wait before he can get a fight 0
gilf circles. The spo19Jr'ls only
lately fighting heavyweights vin the Orioles bounced back and Logan away.
interested in making eough to Germany. He recently returned to scored 7 big runs capitalizing with Moore because. Tony Anthony England-With an Ed Mathews then jumped Drys
break and to have the I is scheduled to meet Moore
even eventcover ; her defeat
undaunted spirit over
the United States. and the dale, wrastled him to the ground,
their hits
on opponentserrors.
all promotional expenses.An before any other challenger can I In the
last fall to Shirley Fry and tried to pound him- Brooklynfirst
The world committee headed
.
,
invitation is extended to all Beamon came on to pitch chance.
get a Althea baseman Gil who
Wimbledon championships, Hodges,
professionals, both local and out- by Julius Helfand of the New for the Orioles and allowed only RECEIVES DEGREE Jack had
subdued Logan grabbed
for the
Gibson in priming coming
of-town to participate. Among the York State Athletic Commissionhas i 2 more runs to score and wrappedup Roosevelt (Jackie) Robinscon, world famous Wimbledon tennis Mathews by the ankle and
local pros requested to play will ruled that if a champion does another vicfory 'for the league former star and
Dodger him
Brooklyn diamond where there are never hte women's dragged away. But as Drys-
tournament won
be Ralph Dawkins, Willie Steele, not defend his title against a list leaders.: '
first Negro major leaguer, recently dale rose to one knee, Carl Swat-
errors, hit is a home
any every Lawn Ten-
in the
L. T. Pierce! James Payne, Leroy of three official challengers within All games are still being playedat received an honorary Doctor singles Surrey I ski jumped him and again wrest-
Hunter, C. C. Richardson, Richard six months the title would run and every pitch is a perfect nis championships by defeating;.
be Wilder Park. The schedule for led him to the ground. Other
of Laws from Howard
degree*
strike. You can always hear, "if
Willie Howard Thelma Long of Australia, 8-6,
r Delany, Devoy declared vacant. the week of June 24th Is as follows Jackie retired last :' players from both teams dragged
t University. that hadda been I woulda
me
Brown, Earl Martin, Jesse Lewis, 7.5.
I Cornelius Morgan, Richard Lewis, If Moore is officially silencedby : January after his sale to the New I' done so and so. Why didn't that Miss Gibson passed up the Parts Swatskl off.

Herbert Dixon, W. Reynolds and his Inactivity Anthony will Jpne 24 Lions vs Dodgers York Giants. The deal Involved pitcher throw the other ball? How I: hard-court tournament to playon
meet Harold Johnson of the June 25::>> Big Team vs Trainmen
U.S.or
several other but nul-
al pros who would like to com players was come the empire didn't call that I the grass In Surrey in preparation -
Yolande Pompey of the British June 26 Orioles) vs Can'lighters lified after Robinson PATRONIZE..J:
pete. officially re-
a strike? Why did he call thata for the Wimbledon test. .
A long list of amateurs have West Indies as early as possible.The June 21 Boys Home vs Saints tired. His decision came to the ball? I never would have triedto Shirley Bloomer of" England &
also been invited to The winner of the first bout must June 28 Pirates vs Towers .
compete. national
public
through a magazine get that man I would have feated Mrs. Dorothy Head KJ/Xte Florida Star
formal opening Is expected to meet the third challenger within ..
that caused much comment
tried to get the other one. How of Forest Hills, N.Y. to win the
draw golfers from far and near 90 ,days to clear up the situation. YourEditorial from sports writers. Jackie Is now '
could a man miss a ball like that? Both'women AdvertisersWhen
Paris meet. are past .
to take part in the July 4 events.Watch Page
Johnson and
Anthony, Pompeyare an executive with restaurant
a Why did that man throw that victims of Miss Gibson in tennis

t listed in order as top dial Speaks for Progress chain in New York. ,ball that wide, high or low? I play.
lengers.
never woulda sent in a pinch ,

1 I batter to bat for that man, he I

This Clown S PORTING IT UPs ain't struck out but tour times. .,. .
Who told that man he could
NEGRO
.COACHIS manage a team?'*

3691. --20 i f"J :t III *- TIlE GRANDSTAND AND

By a PARHAM JOHNSON BLEACHER GAMES are usually
845-7=944 SIGNED BY
DICK RICKETTS, the All American basketball player at Du- played by professionals who made

quesne University' two years ago, is, pitching for the Rochester Red history back in the days when

1 2 Pin STEELERS Whigs of the International League. From all 'accounts given of him the first bounce was out, under

1 ,i 3 'he I is headed for the major leagues. Ricketts selected professional the house was out, in the gadrenwas

1 Lt 3 1 baseball Instead of prfoessional basketball. out, or one could wait for

the ball to roll off the house topor
PITTSBURGH, Pa. For the
'- CHARLIE NEAL the Brooklyn>er cent instead, of the 45 per fall out of a tree to catch it
45-66-27 first time since professional foot-
Dodger third baseman rounds outa cent. George Gainsford. spokesman for an out. Those were the good
ball was organized, a Negro will
86350905Sometimes : full half dozen Negroes playingthe for Robinson. has insisted old days when fouls were not
serve as coach of one of the -
professional
hot corner in the major that the middleweight king "wont counted as strikes and when the
teams since the Pitts f7.
he's up leagues. Oothers are Larry Raines acceptany less than what he pre- pitcher could break up the game _
Sometimes he's down burgh Steelers signed Lowell Per-
at Cleveland, Andre Rodgers for viously asked for." by taking his ball if he didn't
lie adds subtracts
ry M assistant coach.
lie works It all around the Giants, Ernie Banks of the KID GAVILAN, still believeshe pitch and when the catcher was

Perry as it is well known to Cubs, Hector Lopez at Kansas is good enough at the age of supported behind the bat by ano-

I FOR JUNE 29 football fans, made many All City and Ossie Virgil who has 31, to stage a' comeback and re- ther man know as the back-

23 84 5 | American teams when he playedfor bee third the Giants. the team
playing for gain the title. When Gavilan whs stopper. Every man on
,
Michigan. At Michigan he MILT DAVIS, former UCLA the welterweight king he was "one was the umpire and side was out

e played end but. called'signals on star has signed a contract to playprofessional of the ,best In the business. His only by mutual agreement. Thoseare

offense and played safety on de- football with the Bal- bolo punch was one of the most the professionals who could

PILL THE PUS league last season when he was timore Colts. Milt will join spectacular ever developed and ,it really make baseball pay off now

fense. He was the talk of the pro another football in the ,
great player who won world wide fame.CHARLES big way. To hear one say,

ON STOMACH IPSET ,injured so seriously that the doctors made history at Penn. U. The ED the ,smooth "man when I used to play I was

Half-alive,headachy when constipation I said he could never play player is Lenny Moore.CAIUIE.'l fielding second baseman of the the best on the field. If you don't

sours. constipation stomach BlackDraughtrelieves. overnight.* again. BASILIO: has agreedin Jacksonville Braves has been believe it ask anybody."

Helps sweeten sour stomach too. The Pittsburgh Steelers organ. a conference with Jim Norrisof moved from second base and SYD POLLOCK owner of the

I.mIII.StIsIcII sir Werts OYmIpU zation has done for professional the International Boxing Clubto placed in the ,shortstop spot and Indianapolis Clowns is one' of the
No harsh crlplaff Made from pure
vegetable herbs. Thoroughly but football what Branch Rickey did meet Sugar Ray Robinson in those who have not seen the fellow strongest rooters in baseball for ..
gently uncovks clogged' intestines. for bsse.:all when he dared 'to play .short have missed
Brings comforting relief la morning.. September for the middleweighttitle. some Henry Louis Aaron of the Mil- ,
; ,
Then life looks sunny again I Get ,break thb .ce with a Negro play Basilia agreed 'to accept 25 of the greatest moments in base waukee Braves. It was Pollock !' .

Black-Draught is FwMUr or OrvtmUt today. _ftrw... U er With rry breaking the ice per cent of the receipts. He originally ball. In describing Charles spectacular who signed Hank to his first cno- i ;. ,

". now t* **.. utt-t+Mt WIa rrtteU aortmwm.opus tool in pro footba:: ss a coach, it gives sought 30 per cent. The big i performance in short, one tract Shortly after joining the .. -- ." ,0"- .". ,: .

cb11.dreB'a d. the tan stars something to hope fan said; "That boy is catchingthat Clowns, Aaron developed into one ; 1" ., ;: ,r.1 .-
tccttoD end diiwwittoa .. firm of BUckbnmctit job that faces Norris now, is to Y
TbB/WtbU boner**** JIQW for when their playing days are ball underhand, overhand. of. the most feared batters. l
over. persuade Robinson to accept 40 sideband and :;
lefthand.
righthand
Air baseball. By the end of his first \ : : .
JOE BLACK is fast becomingthe season 0th the Clowns Hank : _

t .r...
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"Bobo" Newsom of present became a much sought for play \

Be Sure and' Attend the, .i day baaebalL He 1s ,having men er., At least a half dozen repre- _", ;'t'i.J J' 1 "'I."- .

experience with many different sentatives from major league 0,' S %

clubs. Since he was Bookie of teams watched move the "
every
Last 2 & the Year back in Brooklyn be has Clowns made to keep up with "
Days Friday

M Saturday played the Pacific with Cincinnati Coast League, Seattleof and Aaron.THE PHILADELPHIA PHIL. cultivating a prize .:


now Antonio he of has the been Texas traded League.to San LIES have. at least 22 but Negro d Martini..e.-: : ,:

Hnkelstein's players in their system oat "' -

52nd l lAnniversar.y JACKSONVILLE BASEBALL of that number they have not '- '. '" .

FANS have expressed regret of at been able to find one that was I.

seeing Mickey Owen resign as good enough to play with the I Win vith Gordon's : ;

manager of th*. Braves. It goes parent team. Only when they .. the one gin with superb .

Sale without saying ihat he was in decided t* take a chance with

for much criticism but what man- John Kennedy were they able to liqueur quality! A. ".,, .

ager isn't, even *' he is winning? find out that there is still some Gordon's Martini gives

The fans are It. accustomed to .fairly good material among colored -

S seeing the. Braves on top or near players. Chico Fernandez you sojnuch more tangy "
BARGAINS GALORE
the top they have not fully re- seems to be doing a good job at
flavor...BO much more y I
alized yet that Umre are seven shortstop now.JACKIE -. D15T1UED

ALL OVER THE STORE other teams in the league battling ROBINSON said "recently .' velvety smoothness. (oiii Did

for the ,same spot and no team
in
o a speech that he Perfect pleasure! .
has a monopoly 01"" first place
thought the progress in the ma- .
\ regardless of how much the fans r
jor leagues was remarkable, but 1 rw
would like to see ,iu Real baseball -
he couldn't understand why Bos
Open, An ? .
fans are those who do not ton and Detroit of the American lIRS no G& fife

EasyTerms desert a team merely becauseIt ; .
League haven't signed any tan ,
-AccountToday i has no claim to the **rst place
.
players. Many followers of base '

spot.DID ball can't understand the same GORDONSiUMKnnMniitnMMiiieiMiMiMMnMMit.ua.UMKU
YOU KNOW that the most .

perfect baseball diamond in the thing. .
WIlt 1AY .6* JtmRSON .
M world is in the grandstand and Will see you next week! 'Until

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.r CHIPS OFF'.THE..B.LOCK. INVESTMENT PROPERTYSIX Cab Driver Charged "


) BY JAY JAY_ ,I.. Roo}{-HOUSE-WIth.. bath Continued, from 'Page 1 CHARGE ASSIST T SO CITOR ]I Now Showing ai Riffz .#
.victim told them to
jfcu t, f ,"7 A and corner lot for sale. Complate' -, "just, forget' i
THE'BLOCK -' it' \because'afae had her V* r w** ik **"
changed: "
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CHIPS;OFF .caah.Ja.920 -- .. ,.
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1BY **ilcMHlian Street:: Write..to.awn- : Briggs denied it all in'a statement :la'i of Florida was alleged j N W Tuft U ." ;
MONDAY; JUNE 34
er-Rev-.L., ..BDss.71O..V.59th' 'what he gave her and the crude to a.reporter.. He..said -Asst! Briggs at first announced: estate .
Time flies as swiftly as the Street, Savannah, Georgia. manner in which he approached County Solicitor Norman P. conceded the short motion SCOTT BRADY \
proverbfal swallow.. Whether we her..w en. she Mid*'ahe did not : <' and would file knew information. f' .j
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'THE :
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like it or not 'the Fourth 'July care.to' prosecute*,site:was' asked Freedman_ was present.all.the'tirne keep they" immunity .issue alive. "j,.,;i..3..1; < 3 ,>,. .. RIDER", 711'I.,:{,"'-a.[. ,., 1

'. la Just around the''corner.' The SPRINGFIELD blk. W. 16th. to. sign a statement to that Sims was esuoned: He. added asked the court's permission to ALAN LADD
.
baseball pennant races hare just 4-BR: den LR, big kit Oak effect*** .' i Sims was 1 fully.. advised<* of all withdraw the short motion. ,*<'*&rlf'ji'-BOY- ON( A DOLPHIN..'U'-. 11
firs Plastered.V.B. furnace -
about, '.reached the'haltbvaT. po Jit.rl"t .1 ; Fir.\ Patrolmen R. George, L. C. his constitutional ;rights before -After Myerson remarked that
Man W ,the boys on the bldcks. 3-BRDR., .,. LR,-19. kit White Williams, Lt R. B. Whrttiagtonand'Sgt questioning and that the defendant dismissing the information wouldbe {
pme firs.: Plastered. V.B. drc. TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
are picking up bets and some of Jones 17"anci: voluntarily" agreedto "just 'something to stall" ac- ,, ., ,,
G. T. '
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htr. $1500 dn. ,ea. bal financed. investigated. > j UP** :l :' JAMES CAGNEY '{ ,toi ; < YCEILING.
,the wise birds'are just placingbets. a ,search 'of'his. room. without tion in the case. Judge Harvey : ? ft'ff-# ; .
Colored ;"' ) r. r
live in blk.
.str It is a wise man whoarts family .any promises Or threats being pointed out the prosecution could ZERO, ." 'li&J'| ,,?! ," ...;T,I
\ to see which way the wind Schaefer-Nonnany Agencgr trade. ., "get what it wants one way or ,.,. .. *.
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1 la 'blowlng.before lighting fire.Y&irs i' 41815'AIts. OSSIE COATS the other" by dropping the:charge also ill S ,
Because it raised a' question offact
truly has something tocrow ... CHAD TES BUS LINE and then refiling it if Myerson's J3Vf3 : *
about'slightly.. For ,the first Let Ossie! Charter Bases to be decided ,by a' jury, the, motion were withdrawn. r.; ; .915 DIVE: BOMBER"1- .A5""' .,

time In seven years our favjrtteteam .Fir lilt Take You For Your prosecution motion; claiming not immunity rdealt from with ,After'taking a,close look at the 4' J.., '> .... STARTS,TIUJBSDAY. JUNE 27 *t%:H'r ''"
is ,in the top, spot to the Beach Outing was.: information against Sims, Judge -,' J 'A '' ; ANTHONY UINNRIVERS }' T "
FURNISH APT.
National League, this late in ,the -,!Respectable Special. 'Low Rates For Wednesday." t .t Harvey declared it "states a :
fceasoxu John Washington and El- i, couple,"desired. Modern. ,conveniences. Churches, Schools, ClubsOrganisations Claim- Jio Off use cause of action" and told Mahon EDGE
Can .be .au'4a1.
more Davis who are known as teen Sat The arguments, centered OB he couldn't :in. good conscience ,
ther big time' Investors in the and "SUJL After 6 pjn'I,,weekly.,- Phone EL '6-3729 another and shorter motion to grant this motion to .quash, even also
1489 Ba st..23rd Street 1 '
baseball game are all holding ;-J ,, .' 1M3 W,I Beaver quash the ;.infprmatioij on the though you conceded it." "BILLY THE KID. IN SANTA FE"1.00..0ADST.

their respective breaths and watt : ground. no.. 'offense' against the. Mahon then asked for five days ,
big, to,see, the results come October ( .
oand, World Series ,time. -
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figure Bermuda\Harry on Puzi shorts.the is Harry Blocks cutting is quite'tD'his really ft : J| J/iX APPLIANCE CENTER I PHONE EL 6.26O I ILittle

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a cool kitty. Some of the boys '

should,stick to conventional garb, ; '
One thing we love .about hot weather .J'"y ... ... A
is' the fact that the girls ; I Miss JSAFCG>'. Says 1 Whew!II! ,', J.""I,.... ;' .. IS' ,,...... .
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,clothing they wear and we boys .

go the'With for realization that the Fourth kind that of of carrying July summer comes on.is Heat Waves Coming Across The Nation! ',, 0 I



almost not half had over.tune Many to ''spend of us stillhave any : : Time To Get A Bargain Refrigerator "

spells 'on' the beaches in the vici ,
nity. We understand that ,big
plans are in the making for 5.3 / -
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IJ.tUc.Talbot, Island.% Seems as ,thethe rfc .u.

State Park Department .Intends \, :;aria r LOOK WHAT YOU GET FOR. ONLY $4.98 Down "

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to ,develop the site similar :_ .
toi.;.the park at Jekyle.Island near ,
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Rumor is in.the .wind that the '<' '
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Country out You Club may is about' expect straightened to see- Jut 'UI frill PHILCO I : .

some changes in the physical _MONEYSAVING_ ,
plant in .then near future. In the ,f.
meantime' business at the El Dorado I' r '

and the Montery is Booming.A I
surprise birthday: party was '

held fJg Hunter Satterwhlto at New WaytoKeip

his.Eighth_Street home last week. -
All of the fellows were on the .

scene and stayed until the last '" i ,,
belL They departed wishing the tt

honoree many more happy birth-

days and happy, happy parties Meats Fresher !
similar to that one. Teas one .
amusing note at the party. Sol

Bevis strated, out as bartender
but didn't last the night., We ,

admit that he had a tempting A .

,
post.Albert ,
F+ r
Jones! is busy promotingthe
activities of the Negro Ameri- EF1OGEltATW i .
can League. We don't know what

teams he handles but he i is .as eWC / :
busy as a bee doing something. +

The boys say that he pulled a .,
p coup and is now president and

general manager of the Jackson- AIROUCI'1' r VAIUES
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ville Eagles. BACK WAlL 0# -- _
.Joshua Hlllman is now with R. rurRJGRATOIt: W + -c i

S. Evans. Josh is the first Negro .
hired','Ty any of the used car .
,
dealers.. Rupert McLendon is also 4'
}
in the car business. Rupert. c0a.; 4iI '-
handles Pontiacs. Save on Admiral Auto-Defrost Refrlgoratorl'
MGT LOCKER ; ti,
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;Marcella Langley spent last .
week-in Jacksonville. She left the Full width freezer chest P 3AMOT2 W :

.. other school at the IT.: of Buffalo. Dean :. -i :
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":\' w Swing Out butter, egg and amok chut ; ,.. ,, ,; .
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James Espy of EWC is also MEAT LOCKER ,'\< ,... I .. J" '
+ I Exclusive "Lifeguard" inside door rilsase l : '
from the Sunshine
studying away 4 ?a: !t.why!
State. Dean is spending,,his summer _Kee ps.IJ'''' ONLY !.../:
in Minnisota.. -.. 4aysleweer Model T1 1Terms /\ ..( "' ., ;(>-
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The old folk always ,say that -lIheut: frHzlnl : 10.7 OR. CU.-PT. 4.98 : i::-?
some good comes from all thingS I: air ', '.-
eviL We admit that the practiceof .= m RIFRIOERATOII DOWN ,, :

schools is ,an eviL con. to "'Y
segregated -- nincou t _
the Mat Locker .. r-f r
Save Value Packed Admiral ,
.en
We also deplore the fact that through duct at Relrlgeratorl -,:," t" ';';'"":c:.;h..**Wj

Negroes are not admitted to' the tbftrar .pro- ,.
:U. of Florida. But' on the other Tidtl Ideal U. FWJ.wIcUh trees. ehMt sad drawtrU&tlme .. ,
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hand, because 'they are not admitted etbra...eoaditJou Exflusive In :, 1' 8besel.sb.tto toed ', .a" .
to :the University of Florida r>*nimiimd \
S Negro teachers have had to NtUoBtl Lit 57 PHILCO.I Super- Marketer. !,: "P PlaaJstr".'aaed} 1 tr nalt \ .

do their graduate work-at other =.1st 11M' :' 'Tiro lor w > 'tnyt wtth fltsibte diridtrt .

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institutions and have entered .1 >
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some of tie top schools In,the. ft f HiPAY ONLYl C'
land. There,'again; i$&zr'example : ;' .: it** '* Twins..; ) Iloifl ..t4J .
: : right AT JAX' ,>fHO $4.9
of the refusal to; grant a ,,: *""

backfiring. The Negro teacher }n ..# .*ti ,i ,- 'i, .. > .--- ,(,p'td -<:.'. ;: =. DOWN I '
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