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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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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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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:
May 31, 1958
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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issn - 0740-798X
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BRARY:! OF FLORIDA HISTORY ..







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PARENTS EXPRESS GRATiTUDEBFOR [ BOYFRIEND KILLER' TESTIFIES J. The much-debated i rental fee, y j

prime: purpose of the walkoutla

t -: i :". :'j.1 rerr.-\in a* ST
JAXONS'CONTRIBUTIONSEric : HE THREATENED HER DAUGHTER
i i for the day shift and 57.50 for \w

l the night runs for the first year.
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I The fees will -increase during the \

Y O. Simpson A ]' '3'shooting ruled last Thursday afternoon that the fatal i second year of the contract to k

Janyce Hughes will be able to see thanks to kind of a Jacksonville man by his ladyfriend was I another dollar at the rate of 10 .. '

hearted Jaxons who contributed liberally to the Janyce "justifiable homicide". cents a month. i ;

Hughes Fund initiated by the FLORIDA STAR to raise I The trial vas held before

funds to defray the cost of purchasing and transplanting a Justice of the Peace Sarah Bryan. i i r 2. Drivers will operate their j

new eye, in a rare operation.The Mrs. Lucille Perkins, 42, of SEEK CONTROLS cabs rent free during the* first
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the I 551 W. 16th Street was arrested month of the contract.
announcement that "
last- Saturday and charged with !
tedious operation was successful II 3. will donate
I the murder of George Clark, 34. !, OVER DYNAMITE Management.
:
was made last Tuesday by doctors I $2,000 toward establishment of a
'
Teal Street.
at Mt. Sinai Hospital in Miami J2511 i
i credit union for drivers and will
bandages : In a report to police, she said I -
!
:I stitches and -
where the
that donation $100
AS A RESULT OF increase by a
i i dark, who was her
were removed from the i usually spent the boyfriendI with I FLORIDA BOMBINGS,. .I week for 24 months. CAPITOL APPOINTMENT A scene from the

little girl's eyes. TALLAHASSEE: The State nations capitol where Wilbert Jack

.._ Five-year-old Janyce: is still} *. :her y and he ightyiYh was at her=nth home," :last got th!m"o-: : 4t_ Only 5.tlof;, the.eompanyx .' sonyiJle- ,received his:appointment, as guard In the Cap!- I
l Wai shift.
,xeLhabilitatlon robs operate'on each
N going; 'Uirough a.iM.o: !'. ntd.:art argument.v" v" : 'ingfcanTexplosive Specialist following iol area from Representative Charles E. Bennett. Mil
and is expected to ', ; .. : the series of unsolved blasts The company has permits for 100 ler Is presently attending: the, American University In

,l'ttum.to Jacksonville to join her ') She said he threatened her and which recently rocked Jewish taxis Washington. D. C. -
her __ _
14-year-old daughter with aLsife. --- -L
parents, Rev. and Mrs Arthur I' j synagogues and Negro schools in Get Restaurant Proceeds
Hughes who live at 2151 Davis j It was when he threatenedher Miami and Jacksonville. 5. Operation of the New Deal

Street. t i j t a twice daughter in the chest.that she shot him State Treasurer J. Edwin Larson -/ Restaurant on the taxi company NAACP ATTORNEY SAYS COLLINS

property will be turned over to
Rev. Hughes visited the offices I'I j requested $35,000 for expansion I
I Clark was taken to Duval Me- tne drivers and profits will be
ex-M
of the FLORIDA STAR to ra. of the fire marshal's office I i I
,I'' dical Center where he died in used to set up a group insurance)I "WHISTLING IN THE CEMETERY"An
press his and his family's thanks' the Emergency Room at 12:25 --another position he holds along I plan.
to friends and the public for their with that of insurance commissioner
I
a.m. Sunday'May 25. 6. The contract will run two
and prayers which : -to expand the Civil Defense -
contributions rTc. .8P Patrolmen F. N. Gray, C. E. NAACP official said Monday Gov. Collins
LeRoy is
years. -
and
his daughter to regainher program his explosive
enabled Peeples, Sgts. A. B. Gilbreath, I division. 7. An arbitration clause con- "whistling in the cemetery" when he says racial integration -

sight. HDGIIES O. A. Johnson and E. P. Corley driver will be achieved in Florida only when it can be done
JANYCE The cerning firings is in the
.
included
The end of this story is that investigated. proposal a $6,600 "without dissension and hostility."
out of the darkness contract.
annual -
many Jaxons will derive satisfac- starting salary for a man G. E. Graves Jr., attorney for I

tion in knowing that their contributions -' who will be a special investigatorof 8. Drivers will be eligible fora the National Association for Advancement of Collins' stand because
the
in the spirit of Christianity -I explosions. $50 safe driving bonus. of Colored People in
LEON COUNTYYOUTH organization leaders feel that
MOONSHINER EVADES
and brotherly love spared t I Before approving the request, 9. After 10 years, a driver can Miami, said the time will never Florida is still one of the
most
a girl the dismal ordeal of going I PERJURY CHARGELeroy Gov. LeRoy Collins and Secretary work unlimited numbers of days. come when racial barriers can be

through life in darkness. SHOOTS 3An cf State R. A. Gray said they I 10. Drivers will get every sixth lowered in Florida without some South.solidly segregated states in the

A list of contributors Is on, wanted to be ,assured the new I!day off. resentment; or hostility.His .
Dixon, Negro, managedto ------
of this issue. job will mean better regulation | comments followed a nationwide -
eight
page \ evade a perjury charge in: FBI MAKES RAID ON
of the sale and distribution. of i television interview in I
18 year old Chaires Negrois Federal Court on Monday, May I NEWPLANSET I
TEACHER JAILED dynamite. which Collins said segregation" MONCRIEF AVE. BAR
being held by the authoritiesfor ,26.
FOR CONTEMPT OF Carl Davis, chief deputy state i j would end eventually "but
the alleged shooting of Nazareth After
having pleaded guilty to fire marshal, told the Cabinet i FOR RESISTANCETO not until there has been time
COURT IN DELAND Harris' and- 2 other Negroesat the moonshining charge, Dixon, the state now has an inspector!' for a climate of racial tolerance Frank T. Brockett, special
Chaires last Satur-
Crossing- repeatedly told the assistant solicitor who, regularly checks the storage!I' !I to develop." agent for the F.B.I., has testified

day night. James Parham that he did that on May 22 when 25 cases of
DELAND-Hugh L. McKinnis. Nazareth Harris died from gunshot : and handling of explosives inj j INTEGRATION I Graves said the NAACP wants
not offer perjured testimony in : whisky were stolen from a freightcar
36. an instructor at Bethune- wounds received in the : South Florida where 60 to 651per I I compliance with the law with
Federal Court last week. I on a railroad siding at Myrtle
Cookman College Daytona Beach, throat, while the other two are cent of all explosives are I the U. S. Supreme Court edicts
was jailed last Monday on a expected to survive. He claims that he did not re- sold." But the state has no II Using the State law as an in which prohibit segregation in !Ave. and Beaver St., he found 43

contempt of court charge. The 18 year old youth is being turn to or remain in the moonshine trained investigator. strument defiance in a "tit for i public schools. 'bottles of whisky with corre-

Circuit Judge Horace D. Riegle held by Sheriff W. P. Joyse of business after he informed Davis said the state enforce-i tat" proposition, the Arlington The school issue will come to 'Internal I:sponding Revenue serial numbers Stamps, on in the the

imposed a $250 fine or 60 days I Leon County the authorities on Jan. 8, that ment ptSgram is weak because Virginia chapter of the Defenders a head here next month in back
of a Moncrief Avenue Bar
declaredhe he was "not at present" in the la'v I of State Sovereignty'and Indivi-
in jail after McKinnis of the which allows anyoneto Federal Court. A NAACPsponsored owned by Farmer Lee Jackson,
ual Liberties said it would
could not afford to pay $250in MAN IS SHOTRUNNING moonshine business. buy dyrn mite without a permitif I try suit is attempting to break
to close "one Negro school for .Negro, of 3430 Moncrief. Jackson
back alimony to his exwife.He it is to'e used for "agricul- the segregation barrier.A I
AWAY I white school". was ordered held on $1,500 bond
every
told the court he has remar- tural
WHITE MEN NABBED purposes. recent ruling of the U. S. i by the court.
The state law was passed by
ried and could not support two FROM ROBBERSWalter
Because of "vague provisionsof District 'Court of Appeals at

women on his salary. I Thomas, 60, of 4022 FOR IMPERSONATING the law," Davis said, "only the General Assembly in 1956 to!I New Orleans, in effect, instructed I

\.Brick Road told police he was OFFICERS OF LAW I I some dealers keep complete records guarantee continuance of segregated -I.I the Federal Court in Miami to I'I'I $130000 FIRESCHICAGO
schools in the state. Schools
walking south on Pearl Street of sales to persons identifying I hear the case. It will come up CHURCHESCHICAGO
would automatically be closedif
MAN IS STABBEDFATALLY near North Street when two PALATKA Three Palatka themselves as farmers." June 17 before Judge Joseph

young men attempted to rob him white men were arrested last Larson announced that L. Spencer integrated. I Lleb.'I j'j'I
Since the federal court ordered Two fires which
/ 'and I when he broke and ran one |Monday and charged with impersonating Groves, who has been assigned Graves said he agrees with
IN AN the county to admit Negro students -''I caused damages estimated at
of his attackers shot him. officers after they to the fire marshal's Collins that the state has improved !
in September seven more U30Q, ()() were set to two Chicago
The wounded man was taken tot forced Willie Reynolds and Miss cffice in Miami for three years conditions 1 n Negro!
)
have for admission to i Churches Isaac Wilson.
FIGHTWillie .Duval I Medical Center for treat- Claudia Mae Dixon to get.into a will be tranferred to Tallahassee applied i schools. by

EASTSIDE !ment of a gunshot wound in the car with them. to take over the new post. white schools. I' He described the improvement | Wilson reportedly set fire to

left knee. He was treated by Dr. Deputy Sheriff Allen S. Patten Groves. studied Jack Rathborn, executive secretary -I' the churches because they placeda
chemical "tremendous. But for improved
engineering us as -
: Lane, 76, of 1974 Ever!j Wells identified the men as Elliot B. at Indiana of the group that numbers : ban on his dog attending services -
Universityand relations Gravesdiffers
green Lane was stabbed fatallyin Patrolmen G. R. Henry and Berney, 30, his nepheW Frank, 18. will attend a specialized 'well over 1200, said members of j' with race the with him.JASPER .
explosives
the left eye last Saturday afternoon -j|I M. Newsom investigated and John Cothron, 18. He said the chapter would have their governor. I
I school conducted by the j 1 He said the
interposition rest -
in a fight with an un- i the couple told him the three children apply for entrance to the i

known man on the corner of' Florida .I white men picked them up in i federal government' Larson said.1 Negro schools for"ery Negro!t elution passed by the Floridamgksiature I II i: MAN ROBBED
J I I SECOND DEGREE Larson said qualified men are : in 1957 taking issue -'
Avenue and Union Streets. Hast Palatka last Monday night I who applies for admission to the I j Willie D. Zanders discovered

The injured man was taken to I f VERDICT RETURNEDA after saying "Sheriff Pallicer sentus I scarce and only a few police departments -1 white schools. f with the Ui S. Supreme :I I that his wallet and $159 dollars
have men with limited. Court amounted to defiance
Duval Medical Center and was I to stop this trouble going on i knowledge:'of explosives. 1 If 'this be the case:'throughout j ." "open -:': in cash was missing from his

dead on arrival. He was pronounced 12-man jury returned a verdict over here:' the state it might well be 'noted J pocket after he took .an early

dead by Dr.. Harris. The I of second degree murder to 1 f Deputy Patton. said. the three j I He promised .to renew efforts I that chances are the 157,060 Ne- i "That is the Intent and will:I morning stroll! with three men

knife wielder has not been apprehended -I Judge Edwin L Jones against men let'Revnolds out of. the ca rafter l I made in-1955: to get the Legislature gro.schools will be closed, leaving | of the'government of Florida{who made friends with him while

,I Elvy Rhynes '27 year old negro I II "dri1ng.few. miles"__ but! _,to tighten and .the:.law coveringthe : ,the whites with an approximate !| expressed through" the Legisla-I I'he was'waiting at the- bus sta.

Sgts. J. W. Parker, G. H. Hurl.bert -I who was1 charged with the fatalknifing I forced Miss-Reynolds 'to 7 stay In sale: distribution of dy remainder of 21 ,7i1 schools open tIre and it is not consistent with i ftion r to catch the .bus for Jasper

--', R. c. 'carlqulSt arid patrol' of "Lee Grisnold 28 year. 1 tne cir a"'whilelodges: before i I namite.. "fo attendance throughout the the order of the Supreme.. Court," Officers H. Keeler. and L. Ml

man P. L. Pickett investigated. old negro of 418 Davis Street. I I releasing:her;' :* t .. -s : -' :. ... 1 I' state.- Graves said. [Green responded to Zanders' cant
..
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,, The.NAACP
:
-s r : takes a dim-view
.
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,?- :.:l.:t. <, : ; the police station.
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Two THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Saturday. May 31. 1958


"(': -" -.-...- -... 1
I THE FLORIDA STAR #-::: .. Usual"By
o- ...,.. l "Politics As

.. ,,;I:_.... .
NEWS p:
;t:

S t.-war.r-, .I Eric O. Simpson

Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co. ;;' I'." DrI lei II be
Las Tuesday the people of Duval County

:11_. ,-'t4 known in no uncertain terms that the will not surrender
MAIN OFFICE & PLANT:
their voting rights when they voted something like four
2323 Sloncrief Road .............. EL 4-6782 EL 4.6783 \ -
and one-half to one to retain the present system of votingfor
Downtown Branch Office 423 Broad Street-Phone EL 4-3773
:
;t I the superintendent of public instruction and keep the

Mailing Address: iS ) school trustees. .

P. O. Box 661. Jacksonville 1, Florida Thereas one thing: significant i

-. about the outcome of the voting: I home economics art and research

Eric O. Simpson .. .... ..... .. .. .. ........ ......Editor -- and that is that the white voters With a group of Negro

... O. Parham Johnson :. ... .. ...... .... ..........News-Staff "? studied the Issue for what it was land l supervisors assisting Dr. J. Irving .
-
Altamae Richardson .. .... ........ .... .....Circulation Dept. ;' .. 'I did not permit themselves to I Scott, director of Negro

be blinded by racial o\ertone. education, a better job can be

Member of Associated Negro Press --- '1I
done.
The Negro \ot\\

SUBSCRIPTION RATES ers are to .

One Year. $5.00; Half Year. $3.00; Three Months $1.80 4't; : commended for j I

Mailed To Yon, Anywhere In The United States. ; the way they The number of telephone' quer

t)1 turned out to rles l we received from persons
Subscriptions Payable In Advance. Send Checks! or Money Orders To: .r
FLORIDA" STAR \ cast their'otes wanting: advice on how to vote
-P. O. BOX -JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA .
t 1 ,y .' ra. Or, ; }' much to the (.n the school board referendum

I surprise of the before we wrote our final editorial

EDUCATION FOR I : downtown politicians -i urging: the public to rote
NEGRO WILL AID i
t !' who have 'NO" tells us that more pepoleare

..
known Negroes looking: to the Negro press

MANPOWER SHORTAGE IN THE U. S. f fI fS :ttJ(|to be slow in for guidance: in chic and political

j [$ V.iri !i turning out on matters.
J --special elections.
Simpson We are also comforted with the

Greatest handicap for Negro in industryIs The results of Tuesday's voting, fact that increasing numbers of

lack of education author believes uusofar as Negroes are concerned
citizens are joining the Duval
American industry has the greatest training potential but is show the influence of the Negro '
Civic League which is outlining a
using only a fraction of its facilities to turn out skilled workers at press in waking our people up
of action devised to
a time when a growing shortage of craftsmen threatens to become to get out and vote and explaining program
work to secure better living con-
the nation's number one headache. to them what a change In
ditions, job employment opportunities
Also ivolved in this manpower crisis is the tremendous loss of r 0 the elective system would have
in city and county civil
potential skilled workers which is the result of economic discrimination meant.
service and better government.The .
against the Negro. These facts are pointed out by Harry Kursh, Tuesday's results should give
also
DCL Is outlining a
former business reporter and industrial editor following an inten- We Have To Sow Americanism, If We Wish To Reap It Superintendent Ish Brant the assurance Registration campaign and will

sive year-log study of the apprenticeship training system in the that the people want to
need hundreds of workers to
United States. The results of this study, which involved the cooperation decide for themselves when they I
I
volunteer their services In helpingto
of more than 100 organizations including the National want a change in his! office; and I
Negroes
of
boost the registration -
Urban League, have just been published by W. W. Norton & moreover, that they are unwillingto

Company, Inc. in the new book "Apprenticeships in America". Your Weekly place the superintendent at : to 40,000. Clubs, sewing
circles, usher boards, districtsjust -
Kursh says,' There are more than 4,500,000 skilled workers in the mercy of A few board memo
Is Interested
the building crafts; only about 180,000 Negro craftsmen are among bers. about everybody who
Guide In Improxe-
community
them. In some of the other important crafts, such as electricians, Horoscope There should be no doubt in to the DuvalCivic
ment is urged join
machinists, millwrights, sheet metal workers, and tool and die aT1yon 's mind that the Negro 1A'a"Ue.VOTERS.

makers, the disparity is even greater. Of 87,000 apprentices employedin WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR voters swelled Tuesday's "no"

the building crafts, less than one percent are Negroes. The BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL vote considerably and in most

situation is not much better perhaps worse in other industries, cases their vote is the deciding ;

since Negroes are apt to get a better break in the construction factor in balloting.The .
trades than they do ekes re." By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES MUST
"vote of confidence" given
Education is the key to the problem, Kursh feels. Quoting an
\ be the
3 IT. Ish Brant should as-
official of the National Urban League, he declares: "If the prospec- LEO SAGITTARIUS
surance to make decisive move
REGISTERED
tive Negro apprentice-candidate has acquired"the necessary educational Born March 21 thru April 19 :Born July 23rd thru Aug. 23rd Born Nov. 23rd thru Dec. 21st for the improvement of the BE I II

qualifications, after that his only barrier to hurdle is the
An issue that comes up on the
The of school system. In the past it
It is never wasted effort to possibility adjusting
color line. Without the education, he has two strikes against him." 25th be the 26th
can adjusted on
he has been slow to action '
emotional questions and restoring seems, BY AUGUST 10
Kursh continues: "Scores of unpublished studies show that seek the counsels and tutorshipof tc the satisfaction of all con-
affection and In for fear of offending. But it must I
Industry has an Increasing need for additional supplies of skilled persons who -can open your cerned in a spirit of friendlinessand tranquility be remembered, however, that'I

workers. but little or nothing is being done to step up training. eyes to universal truths and the compromise.: The greatest the ranks of those you love seems very often failure to act could

"At present, there are less than 250,000 apprentices in trainingin threat self-confidence to be your main job on the 26th- TALLAHASSEE Any Flo.
{o
Acquisition of the knowledge that your just as easily incur dissatisfac-
the U.S., barely enough to replace the losses due to death and may come and the 29th If you 26th. A closer understanding, with rids citizen who hopes to voteIn

retirement among skilled workers. There is a need for at least I brings you a greater understanding subscribe to pessimistic views or the one who shares your personal tion.Mr. the Nov. 4 general election

50,000) additional trainees yearly in almost every skill imaginable."A of life and what it stands for. allow people to talk you out of public or Intellectual existence Brant has shown himself must be registered by 5 p.m.

recent study in the St. Louis area showed that 110 com A new. friend who may eventually achieving the ambitious goals you should lead to a revelation of tc be an agreeable person who Aug. 10. Atty. Gen. Richard
I
panies employing some 72,000 workers were already having diffi. become more closely allied to you have set up for yourself. Observe great significance to both parties. has won the admiration of many En in ruled Tuesday.
culties workers In 33 different for. his easy, approachable manner Ervin advised James L. Graham -
finding skilled occupations. Every Memorial Day 30th according to You can set the stage for inter. (
and interests be madeon
said it would need your may ; but that is not enough Jr. attorney for the State
company many more skilled workers by 1961 feelings and will haveno esting developments or extended ,
your you
but not the 30th. Lift your eyes to Tnere are things that the people Assn. of Supervisors that under
a disclosed
single company plans to meet its anticipatedneeds cause for regret. travels on the 30th and 31st.
the stars on the 31st and see all want done. There are improvements the new September primaries,
through training. 4- 0-77-58-75 467. 6-10-33- -31-643.
"Similar studies show idetical situations throughout the nation. the good they portend for the that people want accom- the registration books must be

Industrial pirating at its worst will grip major producton areas future. VIRGO plished and voters are not closed from 5 pjn. Aug. 10 to

111201813118.TAURUS inclined to keep yin officer officials 9 Nov. 10.
of the nation within the next five years. Skilled workers will corn- p.m.
Born Aug. 24th thru Sept. 23rd CAPRICORNBorn
mad I whose accomplishments they Citizens will not be able to
and
unprecedented premiums will suffer least during economic
If you take the trouble to analyze Dec. 22nd thru Jan. 19th
slumps. cannot see. register for the general election
your situation accurately I You may still be at loose ends
"The waste of training facilities fa most shameful in our vital The matter of Negro supervisors in November unless they have
to
render
on the 25th-26th, you can trying reconcile conflicting
aircraft manufacturing industries where missiles and electronics Born April 20th thru June 21st is one over which great qualified to vote In their party
yourself impervious to the pressures Issues on the 25th. Innate com-
products require the highest skills in an Increasingly complex You should have additional op concern Is growing. In view of primaries.The .
that may later be exertedon mon sense should motivate your
technology."A portunities to consolidate your the fact that the system is first primary election Is
and personal or final conclusions on the 26th If
recent study discloses that only 44 out of 143 aircraft position at home and base of you your I; separated and we have a Negro J scheduled for Sept. 9 which
joint resources. The attempt to you care to listen. The test of
manufacturing plants were training a total of 1,376 apprentices, a operations because of financial director of "Negro education"; means that the books must
sell you a bill of goods which good judgment in settling your I
fraction of the future needs. Yet these very same plants are all developments of a favorable na- there is no reason why we should close on Aug. 10.
has all the earmarks of not beingIn major personal problem haveto
adequately equipped to conduct apprenticeship training programs, ture. Choose the 26th rather than may not have Negro supervisors in The second primary wffl be

the surest and most effective way of guaranteeing the best possible the 25th to reach the final con. your Interest could very well be faced on the 28th-29th. the areas of physical education field on Sept. SO.LET'S .
be made on the 28th29th. Commit Avoid travel, speding. dangerous J
craftsmen." elusions as you are then under and special activities, music,
yourself to nothing unless you machines or combustibles and
much more propitious influences
have ,positive guarantees that the compulsive feelings of self-guilt .
to do the Both
right
thing. par
propositions or people concernedare on these days. You should have
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION TIME ties could also suffer economically -
from a separation. You can absolutely above question.9706668448l6. everything under control on the GET TOGETHERMEN

... (Reprinted from The Atlanta Dally World) find a much I surer source of Inspiration 30th. I

r _ and make essential sac- & WOMEN WANTEDTo
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mices on the 30th and 31st.
LIBRA
This is the season of the year when youth literally thrills Become Part Of A Strong OrganizationThat
250444&4Z258.0z3nm Born Sept 24th thru Oct 23rd AQUARIUS
with unbridled ambition and that all out Inquiry into what lies
To link or not to link your :dorn Jan. 20th thru Feb. 18th Will Work For Progress
in store for the reward of sacrifice time evaluation and hard
heart with someone else's seemsto The problem that seems to be j
study. It Is well that such be the case and especially In the long -0-
be the on the 25th. keeping your brain In a whirl on
lines of high school graduates who are just "finishing to begin." big poser (
At this, the first base In the round for an education and Born May fist thin Jane 21st It appears as If the other party the 25th can soon be cleared up ARE YOU INTERESTED? r

that fitness which will cable one to be useful in society as well The misunderstanding that is may make the decision for you if you consult amiable folks IF SO. FILL IN THE BLANK BELOW
disclosed the 25th on the 26th If you are caught whose advice Is founded on age,
on can
easilybe
as among the eligibles to make a living and a success In this *
the 26th during an unguarded moment. experience and wisdom. Make sure
dispelled on when MAIL TO DUVAL CIVIC LEAUGE
world.All You cannot afford to let your that you are In possession of all
reason and mature judgementcome MONCRIEF BOA
over the state and country, for that matter, the young 2323
to the rescue. Even If the emotions gain complete masteryover the facts and mature judgmentand
teen-agers are making their first march for their coveted piecesof

paper which for the most will accord them the rights and conceslons are your to make, you your usual common sense make your arrangements, .
should realize that have when you are perfectly aware Including financial ones, on the YES I WANT PROGRESS
privileges to continue on In the quest of an education, whose you I .
goal Is never fully achieved. more to gain than to lose In the that others will bind you to your 26th. Your position regarding Register Me As-'A Member Of

A few short years ago, the church, philanthropy and private fmal accounting. You should promises and obligations includ- marriage, romance existing ties

friends provided for the principal high school training for the Negro have some rather uplifting and ing the financial ones. The Ideas or projected ones, and future THE DUVAL CIVIC LEAGUE
and which outlook takes on a bright luster
youth of this state. High school facilities came late and as such, hopeful developments on the which come to you

the youth of today will realize that a blessing has come to It. 30th and 31st if you wish this you back up with a spirit of on the 30th and 31st. I Which Will Campaign For
59G88898696.PISCES .
In the old days thousands of the race who could not afford the sincerely. enterprise, will contribute muchto 1//

price for private tuition had to stop at the elementary level. Today 7-80-11- -43-383. the realization of your hopes. Boiler Streets Drainage Facilities

such Is not the case; not only does the pupil have before him the 2-10-55-12-53-213. Negro Firemen Civil Service Jobs

the wide scope of college training, but areas for specialization in Equal Job Opportunities \'

various professional fields. Let the high-school youth of today view, GANGERBorn I Born Feb. 19th thru March 20th Negro Doctors At Medical Ceniar

with full speed ahead, the vast fields open for exploration the many Jane 22nd thru July 22nd SCORPIOBorn I Talk things over with your Better Treatment In Star

opportunities awaiting the prepared and that channel through which The question should be clarified Oct. 24th thru Nov. 22nd I spouse or confidant on the 25th. A Negro YMCA Build

the specialist is processed for an advanced scientific era. end settled In your mind on the Don't let anyone convince you I 26th and decide on a sound basisof General Community ImprovementI

After all, we find the soundness in the early parables of 25th-26th. The impulse that has that you are wasting your time! behavior for professional and am Interested In knowing some of the other benefits

Booker T. Washington in learning the hands also how to do to do with your emotional be I and energy when you do your monetary stability. Adherence to

something. He brought a powerful affiliate to the educationalarena havior romantic attachments, the I job with an the conscientiousness' a bellicose attitude or defianceof I can derive from Joining the organization. ................ .
in his broad emphasis on industrial training. His teaching younger generation and monetary!I and ability you can muster. The the chiefs or authorities may

would envelope a wide expanse in the field of the new scientific I risks of any description should exact opposite Is true even If the find you In serious difficulties' on Adviseme when the next meeting win be held. .......... I

venture in our industries and inventions.So 'be suppressed on the 28th29th.I I evidence is not exactly apparent I the 28th-29th. Safety lies In doing

im the acquisition of guided professional liberal arts pro-'Much win depend on the steps at the present time. Pay no heedto I or saying nothing, when possible, NAME ..................................................... I

cessions, let there also march along the practical side of living'I you take or fall to Institute according I I troublemakers and avoid contention on these days. An entirely new

the acquiring of the ability to do something with the hands, to your particular dr- i at home, In your professional and better outlook Is created on ADDRESS ......................:........................../ l

thereby giving the mind a bit of relaxation in Its grasp for the i in the law courts the 30th-31st when you can con-
and noble side of scientific regarding circles or PHONE ..................................;.................
and fel
high training.We i especially on the-,25th and 29th. vince your companions

congratulate the graduates and express the hope that i should be much more inspired,The results of your endeavors low-workers of the soundness of REGISTERED VOTER ................

many of them will continue their educational training. An of Iou the 30th and '31st. I begin to show your Ideas and r1nciples.s308I38. yes or noPage "

them can resolve to make a worthwhile use of their lives .., 60 55 58 54 86-1. .. .. .."-80-99-78-97-787. .. .. .

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FASHION REVIEW

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L SLATEDSUNDAY


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A Fashion Review will be

given by the Outline Centers of

a + the Duval County Adult ..night

{ P ,.\' yyu program June 4, at New Stanton

M4 7A > High School at 8 p.m.

+ 1 dv 3 p, The Outline Centers include:

Atlantic Beach Baldwin. Douglas
aNk> fi'
[ Anderson James Weldon Johnson,
Jx .4 Yf'J
Matthew Gilbert, Moncnef Forest

,: Pork. 45th Stret New Stanton
: 5
Jacksonville Beach West Jacksonville -

.' jb h .
4 tp 11, Long Branch. Wescon-
} nett schools and the local YWOA.

.. : S qpf. a rya .' Y? The adults are very proud oftheir
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4
ks F e 4 revised and newly found

y a \ ? skills and are further proud that

t 4 r they have taken advantage of

this educational opportunity offered -
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4 qbo. a L; : / by Duval County for adults.
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;: \ ...,
p q 1V 4 ; p S51Mr. .J' ,
( ? y LOCAL ASSOCIATIONTO
'p ;T ; : ;.,: ,; : ,::
1 :.:::
HOLD MEETINGThe
."1, $o ; "
Caught in a jovial mood. The Moderneites are seen as they assembledon "" .
;i'.f. '. ;
the patio of The Ribault Supper Club for a banquet honoring their new- \,7 :.' -.,tJ" :. > Jacksonville Chapter of

-'IloM ,. } Bethune-Cookman College Alumni
ly installed officers. Mrs. Olga Brad ham, pictured with the group con- : _. ,:. ., '
: Association will hold its annual
.....
ducted the installation From the left (seated) Mrs. Minnie
ceremony. are meeting, June 1 at the A. L.

Kidd Mrs. Lenora Jones Mrs. Myrtice King, Mrs. Mildred Kennedy v r :: iNsa Lewis Branch YWCA from 5 to

6:30: p.m.
_White, Mrs. Mildred Hampton Mrs. Bradham. Mrs. Jeanette Scott and Mrs. --- -- Nathaniel Davis, president of

Willie Mae Richradson Left to right (standing) Mrs. Meltonia Lilly Mrs. The group posed with their guests for the photo on the right. Seated, from the left. the local chapter met with Ed-

Mrs. Willie Mrs. Jeanette Scott Mrs. Grace Vinson Mrs. L.
MaefRlchardson Mary mund Matthews. Peter Claytonand
Eleanor Davis an unidentified member. Mrs. Jonnie M. Roberts Miss Wal-
Betsch Mrs. Olga. Bradham Mrs. Mildred K. White.. Mrs. Eleanor Davis. Mrs. JohnnieM. Ezekiel Bryant, recently to
tee McRae Mrs. Mary Lewis Betsch (proxy for Miss' Lucyle Glymp). Mrs. Mildred
Rpberis Mrs. Gloria Parsons Mrs. Hampton unidentified guest. Mrs. Lenora plan for their annual meeting.

Grace Vinson and Mrs. Gloria Parsons. (A list of the respective offices Jones Mrs. Meltonia Lilly, and Mrs. Myrtice King. Standing left to right. Miss Members of the local chapter

may be found in the "Socially Speaking" column on this page.11111 .) Waltee McRae. Mrs. Minnie Kidd. John Harris. Dr. Buford Kidd. and graduate in the communitywho
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are not yet affiliated are

This is "Prom" season and it certainly revives old memories i EWC STUDENT IS encouraged to attend the meeting.

-- -- when one sees the bevy of attractive young ladies and their escorts ; CLUB NOTESMINUETTE
:- ; : headed toward the various schools in the city. CAMP DIRECTORWalter
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--=- :-- =-- -J-: I SAVINGS CLUB MARECHAL CIRCLE

The Merechal Neil Garden Circle celebrated its Silver Anni- Matthews, student at HOLDS MEETINGThe

versary Friday evening amid all the splendor befitting such a grand The meeting of the Minuettes Edward Waters College is the

LOUISE with organization. ; Social and Saving Club was held waterfront director with the Marechal Niel Garden Cir .
G. GUINYARD Guests assembed on the lawn and heard an interesting program ki the home of Mrs. Beatrice cle observed their 25th anniversary -
Quite a few of our bridge clubs have Suoth Carolina State Board of
held their final meeting
.
planned by the Program Committee, headed by Mrs. Eva Satter-
for Johnson recently.The recently in the home of
this year and the members are now looking forward to many Health. He will be assigned to

pleasant days at the beach and to many informal bridge sessions. white.This club will sponsor a teen- Mill Creek Orthopedic Camp. Mrs. Bessie S. Gordon.
elaborate event was held at the home of Mrs. Bessie
very made
Mrs. Geraldine age dance at the Wilder Park Plans were by the pro
Hilliard. the closing hostess
for The Kevinettes
entertained in Summerall Gordon, 1002 West Eighth Street. Recreation Center on Saturday The camp is one of the two gram committee, with Mrs. Eva .
a manner quite fitting for such
an occasion.
She Mrs. Annie Fleming is president of the club. May 31 from 7:30 p.m. to 11:30: such camps in South Carolinafor Satterwhite as chairman. '
appropriately classed the prizes handed winners In the bridge
handicapped'children.. The The Darnell Cookman School
sequence, spade, heart, diamond, club, and the consolation as Joker. p.m. I
camp will be in session, from Band furnished music for the oc
High scorers for the evening were: Mrs. Pearl Mackey. Mrs Bar-
bara 1 r y. h LAYFETTE LADIES CLUB June 20 through July 30. casion.
r
Harper, Mrs Doris Glover Bennett
and Mrs. Thelma Greene. r k l
Mrs. Celeetlne Nicks received the "Joker" award.
Included in << The Layfette Ladies Civic Club
XSerry's" delicious food service was a main dish of .1

shrimp salad, served with several imported delicacies.The a { made 1958 a Cancer special Crusade donation throughthe to the GRAY HAIRS need worry you no more

meeting was held at 1464 Myrtle Avenue. a .ac ;
Eugene J. Butler Memorial Win.i. tlrendi'suQWD EAU DENNA
Chapter of the local American .

Another "farewell" bridge party was ,that held. by Mrs. Sybil r Cancer Society. HAIR COLORER
1 J wan c var roy bar In 10 I.30 .-.l... .....
P. Butler, who entertained The Kardettes last Saturday evening In )i A special emergency request is I II r.. wvU sat hiww tl wsr WOT r.y. ft i*
bqvid. On eppticatiMi with tooth bnnk
a orwab
her attractive West Eleventh Street home. Mrs l\l1Idred.y. Pauline si I being made to all local groups, 4... i.. No pock.:"No *..**.
was club guest. I I I churches, clubs and organizations ANYONE CAN PUT IT ON AT HOME
I j YOU SAVE TIME AND MONEY! N. ...will $..
Mr. Butler entertained the group with home movies and guests i t'j make a contribution to help poet yovr hair ha boon dy4. te....
... Krttront-mo d.a4 color_no.tr.ofc._ NMs.Md ,
were particularly delighted with scenes from the Baron's recent I fight cancer. The Layfette Ladies -jvtt a w.U r.i color if properly ...1.d. .,
e Club of which Mrs. Catherine Will NOT TURN HAIR REDDISH '
dance.Mrs. ft will mot rub off. It ttayt swell noffcl.. '
Ilatti Stewart, Mrs. Margaret Wilson and Mrs Marie Johnson is president; Mrs. Iris Shampooing, tea bathing sat pano ... w.v-
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big, curling or traightonuig iron Molding
Bryan were the happy prize winners. Wilson, vice president; and Mrs. it off. Yo. earn eov.r any gray, .* ...,... how*

I INITIATED INTO FAMU HONOR SOCIETYSylvia Jack Wynn, treasurer; has been All stubborn. color or tay*cw pot.coined. BLACK stays BIACX.
.
Hammonds (center) Miami and James Rhodes the only group to call in and WONDERFUL FOR TOUCHING UP
.... ,... .. .......
.
; Yo COM pot it o i jw.f wboro noodo Cum bo* !o otto i, or
:Mrs. Earl Kitching and Mrs. Wallace Rasberry were as busy asI I (right), Oviedo were initialed into the K a p p a Iota make their donations. pew4we4 bmna*h....b......*...Won***MM!MOO MO to*DMUM.............

bees at the recent meeting of the Jacksonville Alumni Chapter of Chapter of the Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor So- DOES NOT INTERFERE WITH PERMANENT WAVING _
oocb.box in t.......... .8th.CAUTION "U.o..4'ored"
the : CLUB F N aWoction; hi ypa :
16 SAVINGS
Kappa Alpha Psi'Fraternity. The Kitchings' beautiful home was ciety at Florida A and M University. Dr. J. St. Claire LUCKY o. labtl. Colon: Block; Dork Brow.; Mwiioo* 0r-.; light Brown; Orob;
the setting for the' Blond; Auburn. Prico p.r box 2.50 (plot federal Tax). Cot thin eel ot MOW
meeting. Price (left) dean emeritus of Howard University, was
t ..d MVO for ftfturo roforoM Yoor M-y Bod U Not &Welt l Seti.ltLDIXIE
the guest speaker.YourBeauliic. The Lucky 16 Sewing, Saving

Another bridge "frist", so far as Jacksonville is concerned, is I Circle meeting was held recentlyin PHARMACYKings

the newly organized Les Fem-M'Seurs Bridge Club. Mrs. Ruth White I the home of Mrs. Theresa
KINDERGARTEN FOR Road and Myrtle
is president of the club which boasts a masculine name in its slate White on Louisiana Street with

of officers which incidentally will be published at a later date. MT. SINAI PLANNEDA Mrs. Fannie Robinson presidentin

charge.A .

Dr. Annabelle E. Spann was a recent visitor to the city, where i kindergarten school offering pre-Mothers Day programwas You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get

she addrcsed a group attending the National Home DemonstrationWeek special care and supervision to presented by Mrs. Mildred
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celebration held at Edward Waters College.Dr. II > J v small tots willbe offered at Jones, president of the program

Spann Associate Dean of Agriculture and Home Economicsat i ![ the Mt. Sinia" Baptist: Church 'be- committee and words of appreciation LOW PRICESDRUG

Florida A & M University, is a native South Carolinian anda I ginning on June..2. For information were given by Mrs. Minnie

member of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. I\I I have just had a chat with the call Mrs Lucas at EL 46255or King. % -
I Natalie Wood star
'of lovely young Mis. Mote at EL 4-1361. I The next meeting will be held
the
current motion
I i picture STORE HEEDS
Friend of Mrs. Cleo Pearson are delighted over reports of : "ilarjone Morningstar." Her ---- --- ---- -- i jin the home of Mrs. Alta Morse,
slants on teenage beauty problems 1380 Road with :Mrs. Thelraa -
Kings
her rapid toward after a lengthy Illness. !
progress recovery On Your
similar to that t
i are so mine
'* !I bear EVELYN S. FOY Cottsman as hostess.
they repeating Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store .
Natalie and I heartily agree on

!: one primary point when it {JOHN E. FORD PTA WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISEDIN
comes to us.cosmetics
laboratory perfected ing ,.WILL PRESENT TO HOLD MEETING YOUR LOCAL PAPERS

young girls

should throwaway The P.T.A. of the John E. Ford
e the ANNUALEVENT I
book of rules. i I Elementary School will hold its Dixie Pharmacy

One's age regular monthly meeting, June 5

shouldn't; be'' in the school cafetorium. All 1302 KIXGS ROAD 'MYRTLE AVENUEPIIOXES
the yardstickwhen i i The piano students will be prej -| parents are asked to be present. 5.3.597.98

decidinghow j sented in their annual June Recital 1 i ;_ EL
We Deliver, We Also Fill All Doctors' Prescrlpttoe
I Ii -
I I June 11 in the auditorium
much or TEA
ANNUAL CLUB
how littlemakeup I..of i i New Stanton Senior High !I PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELE-

.: School at 8 p.m. I I TO BE HELD JUNE 8
-- PHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE
nw vshould be
NtK !! Members of the class are: --
worn. Regard j JAIkania! Argrett Thelmetla Ar- The Seventh Annual Tea of the ..q 'Q' ".q I$ ,qA.4YOU'LL
yourself as an. individual Being! > I I
truly beautiful is up to you and i!I grett, Roberta Bacon Alava Bar- Ladies of Leisure Social and Savings ENJOY EATING AT DIXIE'SLUNCH

: you alone. The skill Hollywood jrett, Cheri Dean Bellamy Club will take place on June
{I BeV-1
!i make-up men have acquired is ;I' erly Boston, Randolph Bracy .I I 8 at the Wilder Park Decreation COUNTERAND
: the result of practice and unend I II
Loretta Bradwell, lladiyn Brad- Center.A .
ing patience.
I AND
'
safe, scientific'beautybleach I Here are some of Natalie's per- 1 well, Hattie Camper. :Margaret program will be presentedwith
sorfal reflections She thinks Dorsey Myrtle Ford Shirley local talent appearing. MADE DO-NUT STAND
i a girl in her middle teens shouldbe 3Iade Fresh Hour And "A Treat That You'll Repeat
Want a lighter, brighter, softer skin? For effective safe, her own severest critic. Aftera j I Ford Dorothy Hall Janet Han. Every

deep-down bleaching try new ARTRA SKIN TONE searching facial analysis the, [i i kens. Juanita Hart, Leila Hick- RHYTHM CLUB WILL DINNERS LUNCHES -.SANDWICHESSPECIAL

CREAM with Hydroquinonc., Doctor-developed AR i I next step is a period of expert- 'j i son, Lrolyn Hillman Stella Ivery,

TRA can be used daily on normal skin with no harmful mentation. Grown-up cosmetics I'I'l j j' Cecil James Gail Johnson Ed- SPONSOR DANCE SUNDAYROTISSERIE
I
according to this beauty, might 1,
after-effects. Will not cause peeling or breaking out. I l be used,if one keeps the wenj j. garanna Jones and Serena Joyner.
Try ARTRA in the blue and black package at drug and scrubbed, n&tura1look as a goaL I j I Renee' Lilly. Carolyn McIntosh, Dances for the teenagers will CHICKEN

cosmetic counters. Big 2 oz. tube 9S{ plus tax. If you're young, certain cosmetics I Ann Mclntosh, Celia Miller be sponsored by the Rhythm $1.29
need not be taboo. As an
Club Friday from 8 to
Ann every
Prince Mary Reed
example haTing played daughterto Phyllis 2 DM. Broiled Or Bar-B-Q
FJNT/4. most of the top Hollywoodstars Andrea Riley Agatha Roberts, 11 pjn., at the Wilder Center .

? a good many of her famous Patricia Roberts. Sarah Roberts, according to Mrs. Essie D. Mc-
"mothers" never used a dry supervisor at the Wilder
Linda Dobinson, Cheryl Sampson Cray
SKIN TONE skin cream because of inherent
folly skin conditions. Although she Irolen Scott, Brenda Shackelford. Center. Dixie PharmacyKings
CREAMS. has a normal skin and is consldered -, Charles Simmons m, Gary Simmons Invitations have been extended
.
Cosmetic Division. by many far too young Jolita Simmons Chauncey ,to all teenagers to attend the

On/aiharmarnafeat ZntlJtrtxtANAlap. ;_.J for uses that it when type she of feels cream she'tt. Natalie needs Sullivan, Joyce Taylor, Roberta affairs. The dances will be known Road Bad Myrtle

\ .__ Wilson and Robert Wilson Jr. as a ."record hop."



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% Page Four THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Saturday. May 31. 1958
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I" Loyalty Day Scheduled Sunday At St. Phillips I





REV. R. SMITH I I A TARGET DATE WILL BESET -

.- $ $ $ $ $ ,$ $ $ $ i, 'i I II I :. I


MILLION$ $ $3535$5 DOLLAR I TO HONORED :I FOR MEMBERSHIP ATTENDANCE .


DAYS I n
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$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ I An appreciation program willbe 4 I 1 Father T. Vincent Harris, rectorof i! conducted by Father Harris at

$55$5 given by the officers and mem- i St Phillips Episcopal Church, ;: 11:00: a. m at which time all
$ { bers of the St. Matthew Baptist announces that June 1. has been,
members are invited to partakeof
$ $ v $ $ Church in the honor of the Rev. set aside as Loyalty Day. All
Robert L. Smith! acting pastor. "s r active and inactive members of II the Lord's Supper. This is avery
SS $
of St. Matthew Baptist Church the cf urch have been asked to impressive ritual conducted
$ I I June 1 at 8 p.m. attend the services Sunday. I in the Episcopal Church and visitors -
are invited to attend the
Mrs. Mamie L*. Polite and Mrs. The purpose of Loyalty Sunday :

I : Fmma Watkins will be in charge I 1f i3 to give each member of the services.
( of the program. Some of the participants church a definite target date in I The following officers requested -

on the program will be i order to plan to attend churchas to be present on Sunday are:
DON'TMASS j 1 I Mrs. Thelma Nixon C. Parham frequently as possible in the !George B. Nairn Senior War.

i! J Johnson Mis Katie Frances Sams future One other purpose of set- den; W. Russell Robinson. Junior

I Mrs. Minnie Cook Mis Edwina ting this date aside for Loyalty Warden; William W. Johnson secretary

I Levy, Mrs. Julia Williams. Mrs. Sunday is to give the membersof ; N. C. Paul, treasurer,
I Perry Holzendolf, Mrs. Victoria the church an opportunity totededlt'tte I Frank Chatman Christian Edu-

Speed, Mrs. Thelma Williams, themselves to God and !;cation. .

Mrs. J. Sykes, Robert Williams, the ch :McCall Singers Gospelettes, Mr. LITTLE ROCK PLANS
a. Y Com>union services will be
E. L_ Luter and L. Burton. 4
: ANNUAL MEN'S DAY
Mrs Maudell will be in
Mincey -- -- -
charge of the hostesses.QUINTET t% Annual Men's Day will be observed -
--- MATTHEW GILBERT in the Little Rock Baptist

I GRADUATING CLASS i Cnurch. June 16.
K R a w
6':
4 I PLANS BEGINS ACTIVITYThe I The following officers will be
1 I in charge; Jessie Manning chair-

i I e 4 x aX 1> n.anV.; Thie, co-chairman; cap.
I : ANNIVERSARYMONDAY t1 !w"3'e 4 Baccalaureate: exercises of I i bins; W. C. Mitchell. Club Rev.
o the Matthew W. Gilbert High W. C. Mitchell; Joseph Thompson -
School will be held, June 1 at ,
1 Elijan Williams James
Ic .w 4 in the auditorium of the
; MAY t p.m Campbell, Randy Hezekiah and
9I : school. The Rev. B. Williams,
Anthony Dorsey.
,
MILLION i i I WOMEN'S AUXILIARY SPONSORS TEA Members of the Women's Auxiliaryof i pastor of Mt. Olive AME Church Usher Board No.,1, A. McCraw, j
i :will deliver the annual sermon. i
iI The Mt. Ararat Q"intof will the St. Philips Episcopal Church who sponsored a friendly afternoon tea, which Alumni Day will begin at 10 I Usher Board No. 2,Horace Green,
I Usher Board No. 3, Arthur Perry. -
I celebrate its anniversary on was held in the YWCA building at 5 p.m.. May 25, are seen in the above photos. a.m., June 2 and the Class night .
: I District No.1. D. Johnson;
I Monday June 9 with an elaborate
program a*: Mt. A-".-.* ...ntist Shown in the top photo from left are: Mrs. James A. Hall, Mrs. Grace Harris Mrs. activities will be presented in the District No. 2, Levi Samuel; District -
i auditorium of the school, June 4.
Church the home of its b-rth and R E. Smith Mrs. Vassie HilL Mrs. Florizell Cullens and Mrs. Edna E. Leapheart.Seen I No.3, James Brown; Dis-
j The Senior Outing will be held
SI I'the church for which it is :named in the back row are: Mrs. Clifford Holston and Mrs. Beulah Hughes. In the I!June 5 and Commencement Day trict No. 4. George Smith.

Since! the rr"i wn o"'l": !zed bottom photo in the same order are: Mrs. Edna McClellan Mrs. Evelyn Cunnings. exercises will be held. June 6. Junior Mission, Henry Butler

it has appeared on many of the Mrs. Thelma Howard Mrs. Corrine Brooks, Mrs. Eva J. Johnson Mrs. Willie Mae I Dr. Prince E. Wilson, Dean of B T U. R. Rogers; HospitalityClub

major programs in the city and Carringion. Mrs. Ruth Leapheart and Mrs. T. V. Harris. i Morris Brown College will deliver Robert Fagan; PersonalityClub
many sections of the state. The I the main address. Horace Bell.
quintet has rendered programsin '- I
churches representing every ---.
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DAYS faith In the city. They have not I

withheld their talent because of Interdenominational: Meeting


have denominational gone whenever differences and wherever, but ..The At meeting St. Stephen of the Church Interdenominational MILLION $ $$ $$$$ DAYS SALES I

SALES! they had no have choice been in called.rendering They serv-have will be held.Minis June terkU 4: at .Alliance 11 a.m, ___

ice.It in the St. Stephen AME Church.
is because of their unselfish
AU ministers have been asked to
devotion to duty that encourages attend the meeting. .
them to celebrate their anniver-

sary with a spiritual outlook. C.

$ 'Parham Johnson will serve as &15I'
DAY SPRING USHER
master of ceremonies. The prd-

gram will begin at 8:30: p.m. BOARD SPONSORS BIG (

FELLOWSHIP TEAA 2 TQP BAR F1Jf

I MOUNT PLEASANTTO


ssssasaaa CELEBRATE fellowship tea will be sponsored WEIDED e

sasasssss 67TH ANNIVERSARY by Usher Board No.1 of '
LEG iT
T Day Spring Baptist Church, June t a v 4
FRIDAY
The 67th anniversary of the 22 from 4: to 6 p. m. in the Recreation SOCKETSGym
Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church will Center.

AND terminate, June 2. Mrs. M. S. Curry will be the i/
Officers of the anniversary speaker for the occasion. An in-
SATURDAY celebration are: Mrs. Marie Mur- vitation has been extended to oth- x

rell, chairman; Mrs. C. Baker, er boards to attend the affair.
MAY 30-31 secretary; Mrs. J. E. Simmons,

treasurer; Miss Blondell Smith, _
sa $ sssss
chairman of the Sunday School I'
ST. MATTHEW SETS t
sssssssasBEST Hour; Andrew Anderson chairman

of the Pastor's Hour; and COMMUNION SERVICE i III \\\\1

Mrs. Inez Flynn chairman of the _
Membership Hour. Communion services will b e '

Miss Joyce Taylor music chair- held in the St. Matthew Baptist I

man; Mrs. A. Deloach decora- I Church June 1 at 3:00 p.m.. with
tions chairman; Miss Harriett the Rev. R. L. Smith in chargeof
I
Bannister, program chairman; the pulpit services S
*
Mrs. Laura Presley, chairman of I
foodstuffs; and Willie Bannister, The Junior Department will
transportation sponsor its annual picnic,June 12. ;
The bus will leave the church at

BUYS 9:30: a. m.District.
I I
EMANUEL CHURCH 3 will sponsor a fish r
I
I fry today on the church lawn '
I I OBSERVES REVIVAL -
I I beginning at 12 noon. t -'
.
Revival Meeting is being conducted SEN'k
At at the Emanuel Baptist FA BIG
HOLY COMMUNION TO
Church and will continue throughout

next week. The meeting is BE HELD SUNDAYHoly

being conducted by the Rev. Z. .
LEGS
H. Bailey of Dawson, Georgia Communion services will "' ,,

Noon day prayer services Is be held, June 1 at the Greater
LocalStores
being held each day from 12 to New Jerusalem Baptist Church. t1

1:00 p. m.District. Services will begin with Sun-
4 will met in the homeof day School at 9:30 a.m. with the ,1
BIG WIDE 6'
Mr. and Mrs. W. Fulton June superintendent in charge. The LAY

1 at 3:00 p. m. Rev. W. A, Mack will deliver $ f195 STEEL lADDER
Deaconess Board 1 will sponsoran the morning message -at 11 a-m.,
appreciation program honor. also the communion .sermon and SetA AND SLIDE

Ing Mrs. Sue Houston. June 12. administer the Lord's ,Supper at /1:

District 2 and 4 will sponsor an 5 P.M. -
'
*Low As U V
outing to American Beach, June
$1.00 DOWN DELIVERS
21. The bus will leave the churchat -

$ 9:30 a, m.

$ $ $. J. H. Williams and W. Fultonare REGISTER NOW!
the leaders respectively
saas.s Spears Brothers
OPEN OPEN
sssssss .
ABYSSINIA BAPTISTtO BOOKSREOPEN
$ aaasasss HAVE REVIVALRevival AN '

MILLION DOLLAR Furniture Company Inc. AobNT :

DAYS Meeting will be held at ACf UMT .

the Abyssinia Baptist Church beginning 325 BROAD STREET PHONE EL S-4S4I
asassssss on June 30, and conttnu.

saaasssss tag for one week.

District 6 will observe,its home' JUNE
conig on June 15. i
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_. OBSERVES ANNIVERSARY DUVAL ASSOCIATION WOMAN IS STABBED MONEY IS GIVEN He said: he met the trio at the with them while he went for BUILDING DRIVEUNDERWAY
I 1 1II 'I
_. I bus station. They started talkingand the paper. When he got in the
TO STRANGERSBY
MATERIALAID ARGUMENTS
SPONSORS I AFTER store they drove off with his AT
offered to take him to the
FAIR JUNE 10A TAKE NEW STARTMiss A SAILOR II money. He was unable to identify FIRST CORINTHThe
Post Office. He put $100 in an
I either one of the trio.
envelope and on their way to
Material Aid Fair will be Roaetta Williams 30 of Luther Emerson Burnett 27. 'I Patrolmen Paul N. Short and Singing Angels will renderan

sponsored by ,the Duval County 43 Magnolia Street told police NAS Navy FPO. New York. N.I the Post Office they told him to H. W. Keeler investigated. after service program, June

Teachers' Association, June 10. at she and Catherine Reese had an Y. related the story of how go in a store and get a news- I 1 at the First Corinth Baptist

the 45th Street Junior-Senior argument sometime ago and when was taken for $100 by two men I n.per. I I FIGHT BOMBS Church: on behalf of the building

High School they met again at 63 Oak Street a lid one woman last Monday at Before going for the newspaper, I j WITH BALLOTS drive. The program is being

a The fair will include materialsand Lost: Sunday they had a renewalof 19 Pearl Street. I they told him to leave his money i I REGISTER JUNE 2 sponsored by Mrs Nettie Ingnun.
hostilities at which time Miss
aids covering all grade levels. ----- -
These materials wil be displayed F.eese stabbed her in the chest.
-
:
'. according to grade levels and Miss Williams was treated at I

: subject-matter areas for teachersto Brewster Hospital by Dr. W. L. I
b brouse through and order Johnson and kept overnight for DEFROST
Itne
those materials which will help further observation. 11

.4r- them in their work. Sgts. O. A. Johnson and G. H
I I; Hulbert investigated.
!i AUTOMATIC
------- F

l. POWELLCASEDELAY i FOUR TEEN-AGERS A

";; WERE CONVICTED
MELVIN GRACE
J
I
Melvin Grace will celebrate : NEW YORK Two teenage '

MA second anniversary Sunday DENIED'I I gang members of the "Egyptian i iI 'ii- '. I EThTh
night, June 1 at the Duval I I I Dragons" were sentenced to 20''! ._ Only

County Armory at 9 p-m. The WASHINGTONAttorney I years to life imprisonment, for I' ; w f ii

Melody Echoes of Miami will General William P. Rogers said the slaying of a polio victim i .
be the special guest for the Michael Farmer.
Tuesday he never ordered the
occasion U.S. attorney's office in New I Two other members of the'Egyptian $26995

York to drop or' turn over to Dragons" gang re.

the Treasury the income tax caseagainst I coived five. to fifteen years. EXCHANGE
MINISTER LOSES Rep. Adam Clayton i Louis Alvarez, 17, a Puerto PU
Powell Jr. (D./ N.Y.). Rican. and Charles (Big Man) '
$505,000 LAW SUITThe Horton 18, a Negro, were given'
Rogers said "the answer Is no," I PHILCO AS-1183
the mandatory 20 years to life
when a question in that form \
sentence by General Sessions 'its ry ;t y ''
visiting Jamaican minister was put to him by newsmen. A sensational money-saving valuein
Judge Irwin O. Davidson. They, flTf '
and his wife who were attackedby He said he would make no I S Tr- : Tmimni a brand new 58 fully auto-
had been convicted of. murder in j : vii '
II' matic Philco. Zero
other comment on the matter I Big separate
another passenger while ridinga the second degree. : I
now because a federal grand jury :> 5 c- Freezer for 63-lb. supply of frozen
Greyhound bus last lost i I e' Q
year in, New York has indicted Powell Ii foods. Full-length Dairy Bar Storage .
their suit the bus
against com- :
oa charges of income tax evasion. L door. Premium quality suchas
pany on grounds that the bus SHOT WOUND *
There have been reports that a a Crisper of lifetime procelaln.:
could not be responsibletor
company
the Powell investigation was put 10.4 CUe ft. capacity. Compare I
one passenger's attack on I aside for a time after the Demo.' i 4 S ;
another.In 'cratic IS FATAL TO APM1ATKAN ? ? ... 1.8 CU. FT. ZERO
congresman supported FREEZER
x
rejecting the couples claim President Eisenhower for reelec-
for damages, Federal judge De-! tion in 1956.attitude AUTOMATIC
Vane said the evidence in the &- I DEFROST REFRIGERATORs

case refuted the contention that I t CHEESE KEEPER AND
of the public The .
the Bus company should anticipate 1 BUTTER KEEPER
assaults when Negro passengers colored people by an over whelm-! PALATKA. Mrs. Annie Mae # k. MILK SHELF HOLDSHALFGALLON

ride integrated and take i"g majority prefer to be segre- Porter, 35. was fatally wounded h CARTONS
gated and voluntarily segregate sy a shotgun blast at a turpen- ; :' .
to them. '
measures protect '
.
themselves on public transportation tine camp on the Circle Bar e RIGID FULL-WIDTH
'
Hearing the case without a Ranch near Rodman last Sun- I ; ,, r SHELVES
jury DeVane said; 'The evidencein The Bullock's had filed a $505 day, the sheriff's office reported. NEW TURQUOISE

this case commends highly the 000 suit against the bus company. Deputy Allen S. Patton said o INTERIOR COLOR

the husband told him a shotgun 61 5/16" HIGH.

which was lying on a chair in t :::: ; 30" DEEP
their home fell to the floor and .
I I I SPRING SPECIALS! I hIS discharged wife's hip.. sending the shot into 28 3/4" WIDE


SKIRTS Deputy Patton said he and De-
3 o. 99c I 3 PANTS Pressed99c -uties Jay Lawrence and George

Winch were investigating to determine f.
SWEATERSPlain Cleaned and whether the death was
Accidental and that Coroner C. 4'

DRESSES R. Kemp has empaneled a jury. tRAOE-IN PHILCOMODEL I
SUITS Plain 69cDRY Mrs. Porter was under a 10- SPECIA\\'

1100'8plece Plain69c I year probationary term imposedby SAVES YOU .
Ladles 2-Piece I Judge P. B. Revels on her e
FOLD conviction of aggravated assault D 0 Ll.A R S

EVENING GOWNS LAUNDRYtv1.99 Li the shooting of her husband MANY .

and a small neighborhood child 882

Per PoundMinimum a year ago. >

60o '

Any Kind KNIFEISUSED '< p u,
S DAY SERVICE I OnlyEXCHANGE

FAST SERVICE AT STANDARD PRICESlECKiPrCLEANERS! .; v,

IN ROBBERYA Tv'i\4; t ,j


,, IM1f

3 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS man was hit witha GM!!!! UTT

(1) 96 Broad Street (Between State & Dewdrop' ) ((2)) 807Main stick and threatened with a 95995
knife last when he
street ((3)) S6S3 Moncrief Road (At 27th Street). Sunday was I IMIUJIlIlIlIl
robbed of $27 by two men.

Robert Lee Lawhorne, 53 of .,*
p i. i,,r
2323 Van James Street told policehe J <;: I i
was followed from 4th and
I
Davis Streets to 8th and Davis
WAR SURPLUS by two men and when they I MOST DELUXE 8 1/2 CU. FT. MODEL

reached 8th and Davis one went!

'est on 8th and the other one! .... EXTRA BIG 32-LB. FREEZER

I P $1.00 LAY-A-WAY SPECIAL! I went east on 8th. He said when;

he got to 15th and Thames I BUTTER AND CHEESE. KEEPERS

Streets the same two men were I .. :.:>'
there and him.
stopped
COMPLETE DAIRY BAR DOOR
He said one of the men hit him ,.
HOUSE PAINT I
with a stick and the other one

It drew a knife on him and took: CHILLER DRAWER
Value I
$5.95
Regular $27. He waited a few minutes I \

NOW $199 before he got in a car and followed 'i 5-YEAR WARRANTY
the two men to Ashley and

Davis Streets where he reportedthe

DISHES 32-Pc. Set . . $095 incident to officers M. New-
som and G. Henry, he said.
Lawhorne went to the police
Knee Rubber Boob $J50 Pr. station and identified Anderson DELIVERS anYJiPHILCOREFRIGERATOR
sr
Cull 19. 1027 W. Duval Street

and James Ishman. 21, 983 W.
Work Clothes Boots Ashley Street. Lawhorne told OR RANGE*

police he would sign a warrant. 1

Coveralls Police indicated that Hodges McGee -
TERMS ON BALANCE -:-
EASY
Wash Pants 1813 Mars Street Is sus -:- LONG,

pected of being an accomplice to
Work Shoes
the robbery.
Dress Shoes .

"\ WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING:



WE HAVE THOUSANDS OF BARGAINS REQUESTS PALATKA SHERIFF AIDPALATKASheriff

COME IN AND BROWSE AROUND! FURNITURE CO. \
E. Walton DAVIS y
Pemcers has requested the aid

of Investigator Richard Marsh of
I
ate Florida Sheriffs. Bureau to

VETERANSARMY Join him In a two county investigation OPEN. MONDAYS AND FRIDAYS 'TIL 9 P.M. f'
of the disappearance! and

&: NAVY STORE death of a 14-year old Pal&tka I. PHONE ELGIN 3-5791
STREET
135 BROAD .
whose found ,
Negro girl body was
20 E. Bay Street ELgin 6-1301 In & water fined drainage canal

la Fl&gler County Jut week.

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I [ NEWS OF INTEREST FROM ALL SECTIONS OF BEAUTIFUL FLORIDA | I






\ JAX MUTUAL MAN STATE BOARD

: .
.;., j I LEAVES CITY FOR

; I ADVANCED TRAINING !
t : I ADOPTS NEW
f",' '" II
\r I I r r rr

s Mr. EUsha Handy, formerly of j:

( i the Afro-American Insurance Co. i I \ [-(
-'-
'--
: HAWKINSBLOCKM
:. '
':"1i$ "'>"-"' :':':'::":"' here in Jacksonville

.:t' 1 rb I ." i I who is now M i I _Li.Y L. _- .

<::';" .< ,,!the Jacksonville TAILAHASWE-A new angle _

., : : :i i representative for has been introduced by the State

I -" 'I- : : :i The Mutual and Board of Control in an attemptto

'\ : i I I United of Omaha block Virgil Hawkins' nine

jlnsuranee Co. year fight to enter the University '
I l of Florida Law School.
will be leaving Fe dpi
for Pittsburgh, The Board: adopted a resolution f tt tF"

; .1 Pennsylvania, on providing that no student S- 7f J$r;' *t'-9 '
.. <
Y .. MR.li NDYSund3.Y May 3L could be admitted to the law ve .
+"
I school unless he had scored at #
Mr. Handy has met the Com- "nf bit+ 9Wbar
least 250 on the law school admission -
panys' field requirements, and is
test regardless of when
s, a I I
arI
I now returning to the Companys' he had taken the test. I k'

School in Pittsburgh (where he Assistant: Attorney General .

completed his 'Basic Life' course Dalph Odum who hUe been hand i J, ,) 5;

wA on February last) to receive a ling the board's legal: fight toI I _

Hawkins' admission said I
prevent : ii !
r a week of advanced training in this
he (Hawkins) scored :200 when he''

k .,l' Held.Mr. took the admission test in h

Handy who attended North< August, 1956He: said that was

W Carolina: States College in Durham the 1.. vest gr.:,da possible in :a
I
I North Carolina, is a native :sage expending up to 725.

of Alabama and is married to a ;ire bard of Control also'

COMPLETES SUCCESSFUL YEAR -The Senior Hi-Y group of Matthew : native J3.Xon. the former. Miss I I rated the legal: point about I -- -

W. Gilbert High School has done a magnificent j job in carrying the Hi-Y work Frankie Ruth Hamilton.TEMPORARY Hawkins' low grade in its answer; CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION AWARD -

through its many activities. Shown in the picture left kneeling: James Anderson and j lo his latest suit in Federal District I
Samantha Edwards Florida A and M Junior music ma-
Norman,Walker. Second row: Charles F. James principaL Emery Baskin Leonard HALT Court. !
jor and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Edwards of 826
Douglas, president: Lewis Palmer Earl Dennis. Jackie Stubbs. Sgt. at Arms: E. W.
OF SUIT AGAINSTGA. I W. Dunn Street was recently honored by the choir
Bryant, advisor. Third row: Raymond Alston, secretary: Kelly Brown. Ike Collier The school insisted the students I
members of the Federal Correctional Institution. who
business manager: Harry Jones vice president: Eddie Duncan, Arthur Love treasurer SCHOOL BOARD were not properly certified.
her with "certificate of appreciation" suit
presented a
: Members not shown are James Anderson. assistant secretary: Lewis Patterson. Attorney General Eugene Cook
; able for The certificate by WardenA.
framing. was signed
reporter and Eddie Wilkes chaplain. ATLANTA, G3.. A law suit said: he would file a petition in
R. Goodwin. The certificate reads as follows 'Talla-
brought against the Georgia the federal district court for
i
hassee Correctional Institution-In accord with the request -
I '1 School Board upon its refusal to "separation of witness at a later of the men of the Choir that. Miss Samantha
STANTON WINS GILBERT HI-Y FAMU RATTLERS admit four students because of hearing. .
their race was brought to an --- -- Edwards be informed of their appreciation for the comfort
I and inspiration which she has given in her generous -

SECOND PLACE ;CLUB CLOSESYEAR'S. WIN SIAC TRACK I ctedmgs.abrupt end when at the the pre-tnal attorney pro-for KEEP HMK BACKFEATURES mom and gracious contribution of her time and her

I the defendents objected to them I GOING, I talent to the program of the ministry of music this. cer-
I AS-waaosw anKW&F w tificat is presented to her "
;
i being interviewed separately. .........- r.Awar..-Mwwr ..
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IN TOURNAMENTThe WORK TITLE FOR 1958ATLANTA j The students filed suit September I .. a..:.:wattw.=.....Ant::-:loan v-_wtowaMJ1. .....a.:vaAai :- DUVAL- -- VOCATIONAL BOYLAN-HAVEN SETS

28. 1956 when they said they i5iLj
I ANNOUNCES EVENTS I CALENDAT EVENTS
were refused admission to the 1
Stanton High School Blue Florida A & M !I I
state supported Georgia State
Devils baseball team placed I The Senior Hi-Y Club of Mat University was victorious over 17' LJWt. Commencement week will begfei
College because of their race
second in.the State Baseball
thew W. Gilbert High School is schools in winning its second I ___ Commencement exercises of the at the Boylan-Haven High School.
Tournament which was held May
23.24 in Daytona Beach. one of the best YMCA Youth straight Southern Intercollegiate Duval County Vocational High May 28 and. continue through

groups in the state, and they Athletic Conference track and School has been announced by Jane 3,
At 2:30 pjn. Friday 23, the
field
Blue Devils crossed bats with the have just brought to a close a held in championship Atlanta.In which was principal Edward Benthone, for The aunnal baccalaureate sermon -

Lincoln Park Bulldogs of Fort very highly successful year's the day division. j will be delivered by the

Pierce. Stanton won over the work with many activities. taking its fifth win of the
Senior worship will be at the Rev J. B. Williams, pastor of
Bullogs by the score of 4-3 with 20-year-old event the Rattlers I(
The group has conducted the Ebenezer Church, at the 11:00:
Nathan Graddick pitching. amased 70 and 15/6 points. Xavier Grant Memorial AME Church,
annual YMCA World Wide Weekof o'clock service, June 1. The Glee
At 9:30 a.m. Saturday the Pa- University with 32 and 5/6 pointswas JUMC 1 and Class! Day exerciseswill
Prayer program. ((2)) The annual s ? 9 Club will present its concert in
latka Tigers met the Blue Devils the Rattlers' nearest rival. oe held, June 3.
Thanksgiving program in the school auditorium at 4
p.m.
and were defeated 7.1 with Joe A & M were the victors in 1950, Facv
which many indigent families received Mrs. Alvirna Alexander will be
The senior luncheon will be at
Hines in the box for the Blue 1953 1954, 1957 and again in
baskets of food was featured as soloist for the oc
11 :30 a.m., June 4, and com-
Devils until the seventh inning
handled in a timely fashion. (3)A ) 1958.One r casion.
when David Leggett went in to of the highlights of the mencement exercises will be heldat

relieve Hines. Leggett pitched special Chapel program was Rattlers impressive victory was I I 8 pm.. June 5.Commencement The keynote address will be de-
held during the school's evalua
no-hit ball. After winning two James Denmark's record break. livered; by Dr. H. Jackson Dow-
I tion. (4) It had representation exercises forM
straight games the Blue Devils ing jump in the pole vault He I ney, associate minister, of the
: in the Homecoming activities. M evening divisions have beenannounced
cleared the bar at 13 feet Riverside Park Methodist
seven Church
came in for the finals. 'Jk'L
((5)) Miss Mae Carrol Whitehurst \ by Rev. Wales R. Nes-
and one-half inches to erase a E June 3.
At 2:30: p.m. the Blue Devils I was crowned "Mis Hi-Y" in the 17-year-old mark set by William bm. Jr. prmcipal. The class

met Northwestern of Miami Nathan annual "Mis Senior Hi-Y contest Farmer of Xavier in 1941. Far play and Ring ceremonies will All former graduates patrons

Graddick the first game conducted by the group. (6) The be held, June 3. The graduation and friends are cordially invitedto
Bier's old mark was 13 feet two
winner drew 'the pitching assign- group was well represented at and one-half inches. exercises will be ho': 1 l. June 5. attend these services.

the annual State Hi-Y and Tn- A.i ---
-
ment. The opposing team got to Clarence Child took the 220 $"
relieved in'' Hi-Y Conference held at the
Graddick and he was
and dash and Lane defeated
Wiley -
the sixth inning by Joseph Hines. ,. Booker Washington High School, Xavier's Floyd Jeff in the k1; ; LILLY'S DRUG STORE

Hines did a fine job of relief Miami, Florida. Twelve delegateswere I two mile run. Lane was checked .i

but the Blue Devils in attendance and Jackie
pitching at 9:50.7. 1907 Kings Road at Spires
I
wet down to a 4-3 defeat. Stubbs was elected State Vice
--
President. I The South Carolina State and ,

The charges of Coach Rutledge Tuskegee Relays champions won ,.
KEN KNIGHTPRESENTING r Where
Pearson displayed some fine baseball ((7)) The Club was active in I. the one mile relay. Samuel Rivers, ![, Experienced :
I I pharmacists
talent from beginning to the intra-mural sports. Theear'.s ?.ean Clayton, Mace Jennings and Prepare
I' ,
Your Ac-
end'of the tournament. The team work was closed out with organizing I Willie Poole sped the distance in I KNIGHT TRAIN 9 Prescription
II took the 410 ,,;,,, < ording to your doctor'snstructions '
as. a whole was very loud in ,I and conducting a project 3:30.7. Poole yard B 9 P- 12 1 NIGHTLY .
Using
their praise for the teams in the school know as the Jance run with a 49-second sprint. Lewis I SWEET CHARIOT i "
r the best
nit quality
ing in. the tournament. appear-I' Hughes Day Over $112 was collected Johnson and Charles Young

member of the opposing teams : from this outstanding II brought home two more firsts for] 1400 WRHC 1400 i irugs. y

displayed clean sportsman-like i, Christian effort for which commendations FAJIU Johnson leaped 21 feet

b.1..eebaIl. : are in order. The I six inches to win the broad jump I 9:30 to 10:30 MONDAY thru FRIDAY Dr. C, E. Black PharmacistDr.., W. J. Graham

I rtoney was.: used for helping to and Young heaved the shot put I BLUES IN THE KNIGHT -:- -:- -:-

The players making the trip provide medical care in the eye: I 45 feet nine inches. : 10-30.12 MONDAY thru SATURDAY

to Daytona Beach were Joseph!i operation of Jan 'ce Hughes. I A COMPLETE LINE OF:

Hines, Nathan Graddock. David j 1 CLUBHOUSE SUIT --- --_ ___u_ _h ____ Cosmetics -:- Rubber Goods -:- Candies -:- Sundries
Leggett Joseph Grant Nathaniel The Chairman of the James .

Gore, Daniel Neal, Eugene O'Neal, : Weldon Johnson Branch YMCA FILED IN MIAMI PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
r
Robert Lucas, Roy Thomas, Board of Management, Alton I fl
!
Henry Nash, Larry Pauline, Ma- Adams. Jr., and .the ExecutiveSecretary MIAMI After winning TI->- -- -----

this Daniel. Clarence Wingate J.V.. Word .extends ;, restricted playing rights on the

William Hines and Coach Rut-'I congratulations and words of municipal golf course, Miami Nejgroes .

ledge Pearson. They finished the I praise to the fine group of Youth j I returned to U. S. district

regular season with an 8-4 record. for their noteworthy accomplishments court recently with a petition for

I during the 'ear.I II admittance to the clubhouse... and

.
FLORIDA IS HOME I bar. III
The YMCA also extends
appreciation -
I. The petition filed by G. E.
OF TAN BASEBALL I to the Hi-Y Adviser
I Graves, NAACP attorney, said
I Ezekiel Bryant and the principal
PITCHING STARSNEW the city was trying to evade the MUSS your bait wuia
I Charles F. James for their all I
integration order by leasing the ebonair.CUXZ Our very liberal
around cooperation in club promotion r7ss Each: account is
YODK Jim Mudcat) clubhouse to a private operator GraNlsst earnings! are com
CURRENT RATE
potmdd; Insured to
Seml- up
Grant, the young rookie pitchingstar nust

of the Cleveland Indians hasa MONCRIEF SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE SLATEDAT Annually on Savings 1 J: fJ1. $10000 by the
Federal Savings
brother who is also In this Auo,0
starring as SLATES CLASS DAY
M. W. GILBERT .. and Loan Insur.
a pitcher. He's with the MinotN. t elation which I s
ance Corporation
D Class C Northern chartered and yaperrlsed -
< League Class will be
observed
Cleveland farm team. Day by Plans are being made by the I .. Yet lot trti s by the OF DIVIDEND authorized by &a
the six graders of Moncrief Elementary -" act of Congress.
of
Industrial Arts Department U. S. Civernment. .

"iludcat's" brother Julius School June 3, begin Matthew ,W. Gilbert High School L =: j'Ii

(fSwampfire) Grant won his first ning at 9 ajn under the directionof for open house which will be held,

two games as a member of the Mrs. M. E. Kelly. June 4. Various types of projectsare .

Minot: team. The brothers are being made and will be on
The promotional exercises will .
from Lacoochee, Florida and exhibit. = =Ii
be held, June 4 at 7:30 pjn. in E ;
played baseball with Dade City. the school auditorul.Mrs. Ella Projects to be displayed will
Tkludcat" has been quite a sensation cover the areas of sheet metal,
Jones, will deliver the address.
with Cleveland and his woodwork, forging and electricity.The 1 / 1

brother "Swampflre'* is follow- Music will be furnished by the class Is being directed by l.
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I Jefferson S'NmmngPool; ; To Open June 7th I II





I ELLIS BURTON, the tan sec-

I I. ono baseman o f the Houston I! SATCHEL PAIGE SAMPLE LEADS

'fr I Buffs* of the Texas League is going

for distance<< with the war
I I 4c STILL WINNING CIAA BAT RACE
1E club. The 21->ear-old infielder ,> t J aro.Ft

walloped the old apple for seven

runs in the Buffs 19 games to I
)- ta DOWN IN MIAMI
Y WASHINGTON John
take over the league; leadership I A aSr -- Sample,

in that department.: Last season 1 rne of the most, versatile athletes

I, vith Tri-CIty in the Northwest i ever turned out at Maryland
By C. Parham Johnson i league<< Burton battro .30:; with Nr' MIAMI Leroy (Satchel) I
State College is the batting
188 Paige, the man tsrho carries a'
runs batted L'1. and a league
Question mark about his and leader in the CIAA with a bat-
MISS DOLLREE MAPP. jilted ex-girl friend of total of age
light leading 23 homers. Y ...r' attan .
( ae.A r aid: to be one of the oldest if ; mark .444.
heavyweight champion Archie Moore told newsmen that SOLLY DRAKE one of the 'E ting
r.ot the oldest in f!
her latest suit against the champ was inspired by a seriesof most dependable outfielders in player organized Sample leads the conference in
comic cards that she had been receiving from Moore. baseball made his fiat error of baseball, pitched the Miami Mar-1

She showed reporters a number of the cards that she has : the season during. a recent game J dins out of a six.ga me losing I eight offensive brackets out of
,
been receiving from Moore each week. Miss Mapp filed a : between the :Montreal Royals and M #" streak when he pitched the :Mar i the f o u rt e e n considered. In

: lins lo a 2.1 victory over the times at bat he is only one behind -
suit in 1956 for $750.000 against Moore after his marriageto i the Miami Marlins. He dropped

Jean Harris. Harlem model was revealed. The suit filed the ball and a run scored which t Havana Sugarkings. Godfrey Matthews of Hamp-

In Toledo was dismissed. Her latest suit for 5300.000 has I enabled the :Marlins to defeat the y 4dyYeV Major league baseball playerssay ton Institute who leads with 46.

been filed in Louisville. Kentucky. ... I Royals 8 to 7.MARYLAND. Satch is one of the most Sample is tied with five others in

TONY ANTHONY who is cur- j, interesting players in the game triples with 2. In ten bracketsout
STATE COLLEGE $ v JI either
(
rently fighting in the light heavy i said he will report to the Billings + despite the fact that he is per- of fourteen Sample

weight division announced recent- Mont. Pioneer Class C League clinched the baseball E. haps the oldest active player in leads, is tied, or trails by one
championship in the CIAA when I ,
f Jy that he plans to move in on I by the end of May. Minor I the bats of Dennis Tanner and i the game. He is well acquainted point.

Floyd Patterson's heavyweight division hIt. .330 with the Benedict Tigers with all of
Pete Barnett and the pitching of I : them knowing them In addition to leadnig with a
but he is in no hurry to during the season. and
Wyatts set Deleware State down I by name their nicknames .444 hitting average he tops all
do so. Ernie Braca, Anthony'smanager EDDIE BRANNICK secretaryof I They say he can almost tell the in runs
t.) defeat by the score of 8 tol. ; CIAA baseball performers
said: "In about a year the San Francisco Giants says Wyatts pitched a five hitter for I IP exact date each one started in scored ((22)), hits ((29), total bases

would be right". Braca said he the Dodgers poor showing is due a 4-1 record for the season. aa &' Qp big league baseball.It <33), slugging percentage (.733)),

would like to get another shot I to the absence cf Roy Campa- is not uncommon to see doubles ((6)), RBI ((18) and has

at light heavyweight champion I nell He said the Dodgers could JUAN PIZARDO, pitching for them crowd around Old Satch to been hit on three occasions, to
Archie Moore. :Moore knocked out the Witchita Braves is finding PI bear him tell of his famous
reallly use Campy now, because 6 some lead in that department also.
Anthony last December. I they are a much better team .I the going a little rough in the I I stories of the game before they Aside from starring in base-

ALTHEA GIBSON has not than they have this season. Bran- American Association. He dropped were even born. He recalls the ball, Sample was one of the

been up to par in her playing I nick named Bill Dockey formerly his fourth game to Minneapolis : early days when the pitchers greatest football stars to ever

since she has been concentratingon of the Yankees, Gabby Hartnett 5 to4 after fanning 11 men would throw spitballs at will wear football togs at MarylandState.
I
her singing career, sports com- who once caught for the Cubs :! and hitting a home run. Pizarro >I 1 I when there were no restrictions.The .

mentators said. She unexpectedly and Del Crandell the great Mil- has lost 4 games while winning pitchers would also break a ,

lost several matches in tourna- waukee catcher and a few othersin only one. 4 T ( tlraw I stitch on the ball to take some

ments this past spring and her talking about their value to t of the drive out. I Marlins are always assured of a
THE MILWAUKEE BRAVES
form has been most unimpressive.The their clubs. The Dodgers appear I He is still going strong with crowd at the park whenever it
breathed with a sigh ef relief --- I I
whole affair can be attribu- lost without the services of Cam- I the Marlins, and he is often is announced that Satch will
then Dr. Bruce Brewer released ) :MAKING A FINE RECORD-Robert Mungin, one of the
ted to more concentrating on panella, Brannick says. called in to put out the fire. The i ritch.I .
the information that the arm of i very fine athletes who represented Florida A & 51 Universityas I I
singing than on tennis the com- HARRY (the Hat) WALKER,
Bob Buhl was all right and he a Rattler is doing a great job at Knoxville College as head I
mentators believe. of the Houston Buffs
manager is ready to take his regular turnon coach. Mungin was a member of the champion Rattlers of the i I
\\'lLLIEI1XOC of Benedict went on the war-path during a
r the mound. Buhl was sidelined SIAC during his collegiate days. Before taking up his duties at
has been signed to a contract recent between the Buffs
College / : game during a game with Cincinnati.The Knoxville he was a member of the coaching staff of Edward
the St. Louis Cardinals. and the Austin Senators. The
: by big pitcher will be back in Waters College. Coach Mungin is returning to Knoxville Collegeto NOWOPEN!
Redd, Cardinal Scout whoIgnt"d star: tan second baseman Ellis
larry action in time to iron out the place another strong contender on the football field next
the Benedict outfielder, Burton was sidelined when Paul
kinks before he is called on by season. Knoxville College Is a member of the Southern Intercollegiate .
Rambone of the Senators ran
in-I by Fred,Haney to take his turn. Athletic Conference along with Mungin's Alma Mater, _
to him in an attempt to I
THE BIG QUESTION before Florida A & M University.
up a double play. Rambone not I
Your the season opened was, who
only injured Burton but he step-

LuckyNumbers the ped Buffs'on the first foot baseman.of Lloyd Walkerwen Jenney hind would Dodgers.the take plate Campanella's Well for the that Los place question Angeles be-- THE POOL \WILL BE STAFFED


into Rambone with his fists\
apparently has been answered by
PALM
and it was a slugfest for a
young .John Roseboro who not WITH TRAINED PERSONNELBy
while. Both men were ejected
only appears to be the first line
from the game. Burton, the tan
catcher but he is the Dodgers C. Parham Johnson
second baseman is burning up the
hitter. John is
Lucky Days, Lucky Colon with home leading Young
league runs.
BY ASTROLOGY socking the old apple at a terrific THE JEFFERSON SWIMMING POOL will begin Us
OF JACKSONVILLEFORMERLY
tn Your WeeklyHOROSCOPE clip. eighth season of operation June 7, at 10:00 a. m. with a well

GUIDE 17-38-65 THE PHILADELPHIA PHIL trained staff ready to take over the various duties associ- ( THE 2-SPOT)

Sad 2.00 for your Horoscope 48550139Watch LIES are seeing a tough time ated with the operation of the poole. I

Guide with lucky numbers trying to settle on a first base- The many citizens of Duval

lucky days lucky colon. man. Since the season got under. County and surrounding areas structors and public instructorswho
Enclose a stamped envelope. This Clown way, they have had five different
help in the activities during DANCING NIGHTLY I
men over there attempting to have learned to swan since the

7 1 pool was constructed In 1951, the summer.
-0j = play first and, up to this point
i they don't seem to be settled through the combined efforts of American Red Cross swimming
3
j 8 r yet. They have had Harry Ander-'the American Red Cross and the clases will. begin June 13, at
Fill In and Mall to:
8 3 s on a reconverted outfielder,,Jacksonville Decreation Department 10 a. m. Classes will be conducted ON STAGE ATTRACTION

ZODIAC Dave Philley a reconverted out. three times a week-Mondays,

fielder. Willie Puddinhead) Wednesdays and Friday mornings
(
The pool Is one of the finest,
P. O. Box 732Jacksonville 249-66-524 Jones, the regular third base and most modern in the south, from 10 to 12 noon. CHESTER BURNETT

1, Fla. The classes will be open for
Fran Herrera
280495SemeUme man, a regular and provides a variety of activi-
first baseman who was sent backto anyone from 7 to 70 years of
ties during the summer season. "Howlin Wolf"BIG
Name ....................... bef* op the Miami Marlins and Wally age. The fees will be ten cents
Several civic organizations including -
Sometime be's down
ADDRESS .................. He adds subtracts Post, a reconverted outfielder.The the YMCA YWCA, Boy and twenty-five cents. Private Also
He works It aD around grapevine is wondering if the adult swimming classes will begin -
City. State .................. : Scouts and Girl Scouts and also Sunday June 15, at 6 m.
Phillies p.
will go through the season -
.
the Parental Home have participated -
Birthday .................... Coming attractions like that.SMOOTH in the swimming A water safety Instructors MAYBELLE"All
program.A school will be conducted at the

month. & day 3B-44-03 SAILING UNTIL WE competitive swimming program pool June 16-21. All persons hold- of Me" "Jim" "Candy"ADMISSION
was started at the pool in
MEET :AGAIN. ing a Junior or senior life saving
_75c MONDAY Thru THURSDAY90c
1953 and since that time many -
certificate may register. The
I fine swimmers have to college
IC gone course is free to local citizens Friday, Saturday Sunday and Holidays I
athletic .
on an scholarship.Some
will
but persons form out-of-town

of the swimmers developed be required to pay a fee of $25

WITH MOST IMPORTANT PEOPLE..Jf'5You'll'appreciate at Jefferson are: Walter for room and board. SAMMY DOUGLAS

1 Matthews, a student at Edward
Information desired
Any maybe
Waters College who has receivedan Master Of Ceremonies
secured from Julius Guinyard.
offer to work in Bartew
Pool Director or Emmett Reed,
i Florida this season as Water
Supervisor of Recreation.
Safety Instructor. He received SPECIAL!

another offer to work at the

South Carolina Orthopedic. CampIn ALTHEA GIBSON SUNDAY 3:30 TO 6:30 P. M.

f Columbia South Calolina as RECEIVES TROPHY

a camp councelor and swimming I TEENAGE MATINEE

fi, i' 41.1 instructor. Matthews is also a Negro Tennis Star Althea Gibson -

Member of the Wilder Athletic was awarded the Babe Za- .

Club boxing team. harias Trophy as a result of ADMISSION __-___-__________ 50c

1 being named 'The Woman Athlete -
Lawrence Moman. Jr. is one
of 1957."
of the most outstanding swim- POSTIVELY NO ADULTS
Miss Gibson was the first of
mers ever developed at the pool
her to win the tennis
race womens -
While at Florida A and M Uni-
of the world. .
; versity he set several school rec- championship
This is the greatest honor of ,
ords. He is new at Meharry .

Medical College. Robert Powell, my receiving life", a said giant Miss silver Gibson bowl upon anda I I COMING NEXT WEEK !
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a member of the Hampton Institute j
the-extra full-bodied flavor and swimming team and Joseph i replica from the donor. George I I

extra velvety smoothness of Gordon's: SO ,108D0Mj r Pauline III, who set a new i Zaharias. STARTING MONDAY, JUNE
'."
SMOOTH YOU CAN ENJOY IT STRAIGHT. GPM conference record while swimming -i

thanks to superb liqueur quality. for Morthouse College this I LAMOTTA TO DECIDEON

season swimmers are also former Jefferson I RETURN TO RING GENE ALLISON : !

I MIAMI Jake LaMotta. former

T/ier&no Gin zGQiwoN's Coach Julius Guinyard portrayed middleweight champion is

a feeling of satisfaction when ; free again after completing a .

he received the reports of the I six months sentence on vice

AVAILABLE IN 4f. RT young men who have been able charges and he is looking fit and VISIT I'

to produce after leaving the Jefferson ready to pick up where he left 'f
.74,4 PROOF 100$ NEUTttl StttTTS DSTUED FROM GRAM CORDON'S.DRY CN CO, LTD, UNDEW. K. X swimming pool. He also! off as a fighter. THE PALMS DINING ROOM

.. ,
-j. said much of the credit must go I "I'll work out and then decideIf

.;j '- : :, .. ..: to the :American Red Cross in I still have it." LaMotta said. --1Week
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., Apts. For Rent

sssasss ss-asaaaaa Modern furnished apt. bedroom

kitchen and private bath. $12.50
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FOR BEST BARGAINS MilliON DAYS SHOP NOW a 51109.week plus lights. Phone EL


E P $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

Modern furnished apt. 1453 West
19th Street Phone EL 5-1775.
I FRIDAY & SATURDAY. MAY 30-31

ROOM FOB KENTFUKMSIIED

ROOM Modern
Bullard according to police It is for a worthy cause, so let's
dog, conveniences, neat. Call weekdays -
MAN IS BEATENIN I beat Tyson with a stick. I night join hands the biggest, and make ever. Thursday after 7 p.m., all day

Tyson told police that he walked Sunday, 1244 West 4th St.
I away from the argument, but Chips Off The Blocks By the way gang. Officer
ARGUMENT Bullard started beating him witha Scriven was one of the graduatesat
:1WrYUt- Edward Waters College. How Furnished room. Single man or
: stick. The victim"was takento
nice,, that goes on to showyou couple preferred Phone EL 5-
OVER HIS DOGWhen Duval Medical Center wherehe that a man can be a lawman 1109.
was treated by Dr. Harris. by "jay jay"THIS and an educator too. May many
His condition was reported as
others follow in his footsteps. Johnnie's Rooming house Finestin
serious at Duval Medical Center.
Timothy Tyson, Jr., of Bullard was listed as a part- Well, the pace is about to slow Jacksonville All Modern

1634 Davis Street and Marshall time resident of Mixon, address WEEK'S "CHIPS OF THE BLOCKS" down some on the "blocks," since conveniences. Room by day or
Bullard, of 1520:> Davis Street became unknown. PREPARED BY "JAY JAY'S" GUEST WRITER the Longshoreman's Union Convention night. For information phone
engaged in an argumentlast is over. Everything was EL M025. 627 West Ashley St.
A tip of the Pepsi Cap -
*I i to these outstanding Saturday afternoon over Bul- Patrolmen T. L. Mays and C. Congratulations to our many having their annual promenade and the waitresses at "Rubber's"

young make our Americans country, who and lard's mistreatment of Tyson's Barton investigated. Negro Citizens who took time out tonight. Be careful students, don't were attractive in their uniforms
let the same thing happen to in "bloom" while they were here,
our community a better Tuesday to vote "NO" against FOR YOURDBIVER.S
place in which to live. you. and very busy. Congratulations
starts sin. Wed e8day an appointed Superintendent Hats
RITZ THEATRE Mrs. Daisy Ford, you're the tops. LICENSESOr
I off, especially to 'the 3A Precinctfor Edward Waters College held its
.** a job well done. I am proudto 92nd annual Commencement this Bye now. Learning To Drive

note that our groups vigorously week Bishop Frederick D. Jordan .
Pi3kdo1pk SCoTT opposed an appointed super- was the commencement AJAX DRIVING SCHOOL
1154 West 5th Street
intendent: speaker and Bishop W. F. Ball,
our own native son, was the A FLORIDA STARIN ELgIn 44)639
eRINGS A NEW tffHO OF
*' Well, Wedding bells will ring
baccalaureate speaker. Com-
AD\flEm/PER TO TUB SlN l Sunday for the ever popular EVERY GEORGE L. PERPENA Dir.
mencement activities are being
matron Mrs. Gloria Fra-
young held this week and next week
zier Holmes and Postman Best COLORED HOME I
:4 throughout the state.
following the morning service in

*' :Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist; Heard that a capacity crowd .

Church. Best wishes to both of heard the ever popular Dr. Martin HELP WANTEDI!

*' DgcisJQg 1T : you. Luther King, pastor of Dexter MAIDS COOKSHOUSEWORKERS
S .2 ,. Avenue Baptist Church, Mont-
Seemingly, the postmen are all Real EstateLOANS
gomery, Ala., at the commencement NEW YORK
ELLEN LALITA THOMAS in the market for new wives.
New Stanton Senior High y vc03hnaq Noticed that Joe McCray, former exercises at Bethune-Cook- $ Needed at once for steady positions ..
Beach. Dr. $
man College Daytona
Pepsi Cola Dealers and Pepsi* husband of :Mrs. Essie D. Mc- with private families .
Charles of
H. president
Cola Bottling Company are.4. Cray, attractive supervisor at Wesley $1,000 $%.000 $3.000 age 21 to 45 only you will
Central State Wilber-
to salute Ellen Lalita JOHNCARROft {' Wilder Recreation Center, tookon College the-in on the pn"mlst'8ith
proud j/ force Ohio, will be the speakerfor $-If)()() up to $25,000
Thomas of the 11th grade a new bride Tuesday. Guess room, meals and all
u. mo. per hun- your own
the commencement activitiesat Payable $1.00 per
clang She is of the ,who? The nurse of course, not I salary. to startup
secretary .... TECHNICOLOR! Florida A and M University dred on unpaid balance at 6%. I privileges
"" the one you think. Many eyes month. transportation -
Blue DeilIard tail
to $200 per
ng [ to complete
Monday The Rev. Elmer G. Mil Let us help you
Les Sailor Social Club* NOW"HUNCHBACK are brimming with tears, never- to New York Is ad.
Faire 38
refinance
lion of New York City spoke to your house or
and the less, pick up gals, wish him and good job guarantee -
an honor student OF NOTRE DAME the graduates at Florida Normal years in the same place. \ancwl a

************ STAR IN THE DUST* lack that is all in life. College. In our local schools, Call 1. Write to Florida, Lakeland Domestic -,
Box 323
Supply.
---- The juniors and seniors at New. commencement speakers will be
r -- -' Stanton High School were givena Dr. Harrison J. Trapp, minister J. P. YOUNG I Fla. or Ihon.tutual 1-9131.

Y big surprise at the! New Lin.II o* Thankful Baptist Church,
Walsh
Sir. Simmons or Mr. I
STRANDSunday coIn and Country Club followingtheir Philadelphia, Pa., at New Stan- Slain and Monroe :

U promenade Friday. They ton June 9; Dr. H. Jackson 212 Masonic Temple Bldg. FOR RENT
were turned around at the door Downey, associated minister of
Phone EL 04014 at
Vacation Cottage
by orders of their principal. the Riverside Park Methodist
thru Saturday, June 1-7 After last year's performance,' it Church at Boylan-Haven Tuesday.The 'I EL 6-3391 American BeachAccommodates

-TOP FIRST RUN DRAMAS just should have happened. They speaker at Matthew. Gilbert Six -
h did enjoy themselves Wednesday has not been announced. So also Apartments accomo-
"WILD IS THE WIND"
morning at the Country Club, much for that. dates two. All modern

( '. when they were given their annual The Inter-Club Council is still REFRIGERATORSSERVICED conveniences. Phone or
_ Staring Anthony Quinn outing, chaperoned by the sponsoring its "Special Ngiht" at write for Reservations.

U -a -and- teachers of the school. the "Palms," but we aren't sup-
.k ..I '-'-_n_ o". ","" "DON'T GO NEAR THE WATER"with Noticed Matthew W. Gilbert is porting the affairs as we should. AND MRS. R. H. OLIVER
REPAIREDCALLP0.4.0127 1453 W. 14th Street
-tc LILLIE BELL WILLIAMS GLENN FORD in Technicolor
(Douglas Anderson Junior High ELgin 4-2410

-tc Tribute is paid to LIllie of the Coming Midnight, June 7 LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS TO

9th grade class.! She Is a member -
-tc of the Science Club Florida Premiere Showing '
Nayttonal -
Honor Society. This 2 Brand New Thrillers JANYCE HITCHES EYE FUND STOP SUFFERINGFROM

T young lady Is a member of
"MACHINE GUN KELLY"Plus .
-tc the N.ILA. and the Grant Memorial 0
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