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Florida star
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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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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 7, 1958
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
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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
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University of Florida
Rights Management:
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notis - ADA9536
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issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
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Board of Control:: last Wednesday submitted to a result of Gov. LeRoy Collins'.or-'cr: to Florida sheriffs to

r ; a, Federal District Court what it called evidence to supportits clamp down en the bolita racket, followed by Duval Sheriff Dale Car.

+ At claim that Virgil D. Hawkins, a Negro is neither scho- son's boast fce has thenumbers boys In the Gateway City on the run.

: lasticall por morally fit to attend the University of Florida Jacksonville; according:tot those in the know will be so quiet you'll be

law school. able to,.hear .a "Cuba"- slip drop. -
Gov LeRoy Collins declared 1|
Observers branded the nue on
routed then but Reitz said students mak- Monday Florida con no longer
r-e: bit,of the board P '
as one which has re dxMI a new ing less than 340 have little chance erate any bolita of any kind tOl-1 HILLSBOROUGH S
there is no reason the state
low. Many have described the of passing the course. _
not get rid of the racket
moral unfitness charges as "sim
New standards were adopted BEGINS DRIVE
ply ridiculous/' last,month excluding from the lawschool Thegovernor asserted that if I _

any'appli8D' who makes :every sheriff in Florida: made a,
haw_dns' record of "ImanciaT (
VS derellctaou-and mieconftuet"; ,.dating 'lehM than $40 out.of *.,poosibl. I'concentrated: effort lo rid hta:fOR VOTERS' -.
: < could 4
er"tw. S-IUdeD1a.bt"1ake county of' boiita- be accomplished -
; rJ.-1b ,i9U ;1. '.i6 i wIlt 'JoCOre ;
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the l .in a-veesy.ehort tlm4 _
student'DU Reitz"said lit % brief t"a,second'time most.8Jt'4)I"e ; -
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filed by the state with Federal 375- 'Following up his recent meeting TAMPA "More thud' 7,000

District Judge; Dozier A. "DeVane.DeYane In response ,to other questions with the' State Sheriff Korean letters to parents of schoolchildren
,has set June 16 for a wheahe, asked that to develop
p ; from Hawkins the state's brief agency in Hiusborough Countyand
hearing. on Hawkins suit demanding disclosed that 85 Negroes have ap- a statewide.program to rid questionable cards on regis-
; admission to the law school I}Florida of the boUta racket, Collins ,
plied for admission to the University ration have been sent out to
b4( F.y next September filed after he I at Gainesville since August said he expects: the bureau to start the Hillsborough County

fought unsuccessfully through the 945. I' come up with a plan "of all-out- I Voter Registration drive on its
state courts for nine years. war/ .
fV i All were turned down. :way," the chairman for, tbt.I'
Hawkins 49, who said he intends When asked-for his commentson I County the Rev. Saul N. Nicker-

to enroll in the law schoolif the governor's statements Du:- son announced this week.
he gets so old he has to go in val Sheriff Dale Carton said that "In addition" he said. Ministersof

55 : *: '4+ y'r a wheel chair.demanded proof of BOLITA BRIBERY since he took office in February Tampa's churches have been

the state's contention that he is 20'bolita arrests have been made, provided with a complete list of

: '. : not being kept out of the law. four automobiles seized and bolita all Negroes registered In' the
:> t S school 'just because he is a Negro.Dr. tickets and
CHARGES FILED other paraphernalia county and have been requestedo
Reitz based ,his statementson
representing more than one million check this list against their
affidavits charging .that. Hawkins .
dollars in "take" to the rack- church members to see Just>* who
beat two Negro children AGMNSTJAXON.. eteers seized in raids. are the registered church peopleIn
while he. was.teaching at Yalaha
.,.. ., ..., __ .. .. q. I "We the County" Responsible for
-'- "'W'T; '''' '''''<<" ;, ,,: "--YY' V".0" << --; ,1'Kfl'HOJJSINGBIAS: School in, Lake County in: J941, II Ii I are progressing. satisfactorily he
preparation of the voters
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I a rubber check on a bank in cooperation with the city,
passed
the members of the School ,
In top photo are some Assistant County Solicitor John i state and.federal law enforcement lists was the. State ConferenceOf
'Patrol boysdrill teams and ,their, leaders looking on as in which, he bad no account and NAACP
Commander Theodore Lee of hfalihow W.' Gilbert ran out' on two other debts. Briggs has filed a direct informa.] have agencies," Carson said, ,"but'' we Rev Nickerson Branches.announced that
a long to"g0Y' 1\
School presents Li. A. B. Beattie.. 'director of 'the city The federal government filed a tion in Criminal Court of Record!I way an 'office'; has 'been obtained

patrols, a trophy for his outstanding work' with the $272 lien again him last February charging Silver C., :Lockett, (8. Carson said the program of where the headquarters for the

scfcpol. ,atroL. wIn AUAcKEDBYt1AACP foritaxee 1 : he/allegedly failed of 1610 XV. 30th St:, with poses- harassment: seizures and arrestsof County will be located.'Head,

the lower photo are members of he Association .:. .. to pay_on his 1956 Income.. sion of bolita stubs':and attempt. even-the ma11--Ume'seUefs and quarters will be; in' Room 9, of

of Jacksonville School Safety'PatroL From left are: B. The Florida. Supreme Courtruled lug to bribe. an. officer. tick-up' men is costing the racketeers -' the Pyramid Hotel. 1028 Central

Kendall: D. F. Kelly, L. B. Jackson A. B.- Beattie and OFFICIAL a yea: ago ,that Hawkins money. I Avenue, Tampa.
.. The action, was brought on the
Mrs B. B. Vaught. cannot be barred solely because of complaint of, Patrolman 'J. T. SYNDICATE OPERATORS '!tSoal for the ,County," theChairman
color but it ordered his 'enrollment -
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; said
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Lowe, who with Patrolman J. ,MOVED OUT 20,000 regis
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delayed until it could be_ done
tOVEMAMNGTEACllERHRED tered Negro voters in Create
; TAMPA indications C. James arrested Lockett and The: sheriff
"There turmoil.
are without public said that the syndicate Tampa by 1960." All churches
of powerful influences with ReiU.saior Hawkins is ruled outscholasticallyi Fred Brown 22, of 1610 W. 30th operators have moved out'or Fraternal
Orders and
dubs
vested interests determined of 200 St.. at Oak. and Leila Streets are standing, art
to in
FUNDS.SHORT. PRINCIPAL QUITS by.a score on by a watchful invited to take part in this
dictate 'the course of housing of the law,school admission test several last Tuesday night jt : waiting attitude, as far as Duval effort.
displaced 'years'ago. County is concerned. Carson
Persona in R. saidthat
Tampa
Lowe said he
MACCLENNY- A Jacksonville schoolteacher has been dismissed was walking out
19: fiaunders, .NAACP:1'Ield Secretary There was no score requirement! currently there la an underWorld -
from his post at Keflar High School for alleged improper conduct,In- of a store at Park and Jackson
voMng girl students while the principal of Central High School in told City Representatives. Streets when he saw Lockett's .struggle among local rack- HEARING IS DELAYED

Sanderson has resigned as a result,of the discovery of a shortage of of the Tampa Board of Representatives 1957 sedan go through a red otters game territories for the. available in the numbers FOR' SAILOR HELD ON

the school's cafeteria, funds.. I Thursday, May 29. light.. Lockett's car turned about areaPUTNAM metropolitan -
FBIP1OBERACE KIDNAPING
ASK ( CHARGE
The Baker'County School Board I i Saunders, stated the position ofthe three corners before it came to a .
to dismiss-Joseph I stop and the occupants got out as
voted Monday HOME IS ENTERED, Florida State Conference and
Keller teacher the police car pulled to them. PALATKA The hearing of
High
W. Carter, a up
the Tampa Branch on Rousing. BOMBINGS
who lives at 1802 West 10th St., fcY WAY OF WINDOWMrs. "In Board discussions housing The; officers said one 'of the MAN HELD Russell Hines, a sailor from the
on
in Jacksonville, on charges of ,!" he said "racial identification men appeared to be hiding something ON :MURDER CHARGE Green" Cove Spring naval station
"exhibiting love and affection fora Pollie Thomas, of 1590 under the dash ,board as charged with kidnapping in the

female student and of:-writing W. 25th Street told police the of individuals took, pre- The .Florida State Conference they pulled alongside. However, PALATKA A 30 disappearance of a 14-year-old
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cedentHe"added': that thO needin -year-old
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letters tb.a female student, expressing screen from a window at her Tampa'Was not for M... Negro last Tuesday called on the NA.ACP a search of the- interior turned man is,being,held in the Putnam Palatka girl has been postponedby

love and affection for home was pried off 'and someone National Office to request .up no. evidence. County jail without bond In the a county court.
housing the establishment of
nor
her.. entered through the window. "..>.. the, proper .Federal, Agencyto fatal shooting of hid Sheriff EL Walton Pollicer said
,of the an all Negro .Community. Then make When the officers started to estranged the investigation has not been
Rudolph Cason, principal On entering the house, a lock a thorough investiga wife.
,
he continued, is for hour check_lender .the .hood:,of.the car.Lockett 1. completed
Sanderson Negro Elementary was jimmied and a room was' tion" ,of, the .recent bombings ; .
School resigned Monday after the I entered. The party took some ing, to take care dolor of"-an citizens which have 'taken place in the attered; 'Lowe $25 to' let Sheriff' EL 'Walton PbUicer: reported

Baker County School Board discovered from the wardrobe aDd a regardless of State.r hIm go the. patrolman' reported. Edwardy. t'Wuohnul '.
money:
ti a shortage of* $506.65 In I pair of trousers and keys to the He recommended that the pev. A. .IAon LowryStat Joines then opened the hood and wife, Mrs; Berdell Coachman- NEWS BRIEFSFBI

the ehooI'. cafeteria funds. house were also missing: she said; Board "take into considerationthe I! President,,said' .in aiettr..io Me. found 21 books. of Uta.a UhI i,dead 'on arrival at a hospital after -

Cason.; promised' to reimburse, The suspect is a 14.year-old boy proposal to first make a Roy Wilkins .NAACP Executive hidden there. being shot by her husband.

the school board after an-audit is who lives in: the home. Mrs complete and 1mpart1a1'sune1t: Secretary,, thai the.State. Conference Lockett wan carrying 'a bag The sheriff said the shooting. occurred PROBING HOUSE

made of the records.. Thomas told police that the boy of the needs and types of housing wan following, UP a.request containing $2(00'sr'. silver. in the, home of the wo-! BURNINGCHESTER
School Supt I* L. Dugger said the Jacksonville" Branch. sHe I : man's stepfather where she had I Pa.The FBI beganan
was supposed to have caught. a that win '.beiTeqcired for the by
the board'made no plans to'press : stated ,. Jieadquarters, gone to 'be safe from investigation Monday of a mysterious
bus for Springfield. Georgia last city and that .this, toe! done with that tthe request Booked .at police "her hat.
t criminal charges' against the principal Monday night, ,the night of the an .interest towards .serjving; the came am_ ,a result c!* reeoJuqon. Lockett* and Brown; were transferred ,band. fire which gutted an $11.-
Be said \Mre is possibility ::1ai1. 060 bone to Rutledge, Pa. -
a 'Wben. W1tne.ses one
"meeting .Count they
in, bald to. ,
breaking and entering .fine said beat interest..andneed* of the passed'_ amass, : told him Coachman'IoHovredf
the shortage Ja due! .to,"ignorance the Branch on May 4,. shortly jrore. jute: released under.bonds his wife day before NAACP president
ms grandmother- in Sprtagfl e tln':: community rather than by and a quarrelloccured
cf T.
beekkeeping" rather than *1S the' of the Jewish and $600. respectively. George Raymond was JlChed-
misuse; of funds., WL_ those of, edal'Intere8t. groups." after- bombing of $1,500 Sheriff PoIHcr said uled to move in..IBRARY -

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Published by The Florida Star PuMIaUng Ce. Goes Global_ the

to subscribers

MAIN OFFICB! & PLANT: I 4 up of the' amble
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Downtown Branch Office: 425 Broad Street-Phone EL 4-3773 : press he is 'gV

abroad and

Hailffig Address: _. _
P. O. Box Ml, Jacksonville 1, Florida fund scandal
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r O. Parham Johnson .!l Staff : Nobody got any
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SUBSCEIPTION BATES ; 4 article, "Red

One Tear, $5.00; Half Tear, $3.00; Three Months, IL80 Overtaking U. S.

4 MaIled To Toy, Anywhere In The United States. Stagnation," the
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'_: XOBIDA STAB P. O. BOX 661-JACSSONVILLe 1, FLORIDA o aI to the recent
r : Allen Dulles warn-
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ry Soviet economy

ours, and re
PROOF POSITIVE
1 readers that Adlai

r Y ', gave the same
IN 1
Department of Commerce statistics show that the. 'American back in the cam-
; INM G(Ah1T5 '
..' consumer is not on any "Buyer's strike." Through purchases 1956. It also points

of durable goods such as automobiles, appliances and at that time Vice

furniture went down almost four and one-half billions dur- n ; I. Nixon chose to

.,g.the first quarter.of,,1958, compared with\the first quar- i : Stevenson's mo

ter of 1957, montey is being spent on other things.4 .- : that by mak
statements Mr.
'. A shift in buying habits! has ..at.least. temporarily, 'benefited
the so-called non-durables and service; lines. In other 'Fir. L was "performing

words, more of the consumer's dollar is going into food and to us and
Americanism If We Wish To "
We Have To Sow of the free world.
tobacco, auto repairs, haircuts, and so on. '
Eisenhower, a s
This is another demonstration of the, fact that we are l- Dulles
gave
experiencing ,what is mainly durable. ..goods industry re- I I same warning re

cession.* Those of us consumers who were beginning: to feela Your WeeklyHoroseope' the Digest points
*.bit self conscious about the exhortations "
to uy now"are I time the Vice
glad to hear that we have been vindicated. We knew ; Guide l busy on his ill-will

all along we were spending our money on something. We America, was

had the empty pockets. to prove it! WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR I : to question the i

BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL motives or accuse

: a 'gravei
LOANS FOR EVERYONE By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES i i "


I Butler. in his
stamina and greater self con- be more I
v Uncle Sam used to be called the greatest money lenderin Born Starch 21 Thru April 19th I I fidence. By the 7th, Mars will I ness matters i I I letter to fellow

the world. That was when the Reconstruction Finance The Full 'Moon of the 1st will stimulate your earning power. 7th is I says that "the
undoubtedly cast many heavy re-I : nancial I ; Con ,
Corporation bailed 'banks, railroads and industrial corporations and 9res-
out of their difficulties. The term would be even truerif sponsibilities on you. The 3rd, you I LEO understanding i are an hIs.
may feel let down by people you Bora July 24th Thru August 23rd on the
a proposal by Rep. Herbert Zelenko of New York City have trusted, especially in your. I. A clear waring that you must money. I to the Demo-

went through. work or occupation The long.. toe ,the mark in all business mat- I 4-30 22 At no time In i
The congressman would have the government lend strain you have carried also ters, so as to be prepared for I I II of our nation ha*
works adversely on your health, whatever unexpected d eve l o p- 9th."t. which does y
money up to $1,000 to almost anyone who asked for it The I party
making you less alert mentallyas ments this planet can bring. June Born Nov. i
sole requirements would be a good character, and to have a result. This attitude could opens with Venus still transitive The Full the Presidency
been on a payroll for three years. """ invite an accident on the 8th. through your house of partnership the month the control: of d

Don't consider travel then, es- and on the 3rd, its opposi- sire for of Congress for
The plan calls far the banks to lend to the .
money gov- pecially_ by air. Learn to rely tion to Neptune, in your own contacts years." But
ernment at 3 per cent. The borrower would 4 cent
pay ,
the difference being supposed to defray the costs per of the more and more on yourself over Sign is the danger sign of decep-II I. opens up all Democrats to
the first days of June since part. tion, in the event you have gottenin the field of
transaction. The work of collection would be handled by I volunteering your
ners could prove disappointing. over depth in financial ing or
your
.. the Internal Revenue Service. Nothing is said about the local Con- '
your
3 50 44 t8-UO., matters. On the 8th, you must the 7th
length of the loan term.
be prepared for a clash over business on your own or Seantorial cam

.It all sounds like wonderful pie,in the sky for the financially ..,., .1 ,TABU. matters. time, your ; by helping

embarrassed.. Who couldn't use an occasional extra Born..April'.20th, .I'hOi; Hay, 20th 1-10-33-12-,31-121. you c the entire Demo-
thousand at low interest? But ,the idea of the government Many ,of the transiting planetsare : successful. through the
making loans to ahnoot:anyone for almost any,purpose runs elevated j staL your solar ;chart' VIRGO and financial
so directly, counter ,to.ideas of thrift and sound financialpractice this ;inonth. So it sets the pace Born August 24th thru Sept 23rd signals of' membership pro
: that the measure is not likely to get very far 'for'-gradual advancement 'in your Romance and an creative work 2-20-11- for Democrats

even in an election year. professional! por, business life, play a powerful role In your life fund drives and I II
growing .stronger> :us Jupiter( becomes and affairs during this first weekof j seeing: that every
'
well aspected.. Aspects June, Born )
:>i' sparked by the Full Democratic voter is
.
J -, could bring you serious disaap- Moon of the .1st Yet you cannot Your ruler ; '
:; A. .Mil.rial .7.-.," pointment in romantic affairs and trust your emotions too far at your Sign i (I ,and votes on elec-" ,
4th.
but its November
the possibility of loss. through this time. After the .,7th, your ;, .
WM' tflff9of ., the & ,' oes
You thoughts turn ; '
., speculation. can save yourself you to concentrate tit /
a lot of pain and loss by on business! and enterprise. New deception' -
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never stepping aside from your friendships become important in
.6. '
'JIiidI ) ,the uAwaovar; "' the 8th, jeO
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.dt- conservative. course.ciF.xmvl. your life by the 10th, cure to i
oWr'G D nJ.Kotora' Prudent. 'iWter: change hi
O 90 S-87-85-895. bring you a'great dealof memtalstimulation. I
; i. = bonny' workers urging ,the ,to weept. 4 '. enforced! .
:
rl As your financial sit. ,
'i: the''eurrent union contract H Q .ttdd tnte ':first 4en days tI
cation will be stronger' after that .
would forestall'the endless! t*+ that usually at- be thrifty ] Organization
ti ...the bargaining Ons"jlW..the'eaffoyefee a.fair Born' bray 21st Thru Jape 21st date you can make plans for .financial .
0." [teemae duJ.iDg'the: : two WareWr of greater On the third a warning, that travel or even take a short trip .

[(urgency at the moment, aaaurt in etabJUifcg he economy you could become too.",optimistic at that time for business purl all speculative, choose -,. : ,
ijat a time when this la vitaL t, in this avenue of life.laying your, intelligent
self open to exploration by un: 5 40 39 SS 87-M7. I ? 1)n-
Union officials assume of course, that the 9 CO 46 '
they own scrupulous people. No sooner do ; ;
tote right' to make .appeals to workers, and that it te you surmount this hazard than *. .* ', ,
.unfair when the company exercises tJ>U> privilege This Venus' goes on to.JlqUal'e your LIBRABora ( ,
stems from the old notion ,that, the. company cannot', ruler, Uranus, on the 8th, creat.. ', Sept 24th tttra Oet 23rd Born
... .'be- trusted to .act in the best interests of the worker trig a real threat to mar. 'Jupiter, Js'still In your Sign, The Full
\ and that !any proposals it makes muat- be viewed' with, riage or to any other your partner- and exercises Its greatest Influ- this month
'
i suspicion, 9 'ship. Don't let unconventional eAce*for goocLpn,your life of any of
time this this first ing the
Because General Motors is one of the largest cor'poratlona romances lead you astray over yeary During ment Of
in the world it i is frequent! .a target for criti-'* the first week of June. Give all week of June, Y. may start off or
'darn those ,, think qnffa .trip.or; ,. you .may. make make your
s by- including unions who corporate partnerships, including marriage, : LEAGUE .
plans secure as
for foreign travel, later on. as
bigness is almost
l indecent: the respect and dignity they deserve _
Your financial affairs need 'care- one might
Like many another big 'company- it developed and and spare yourself disillu ful attention, on the 3rd, Check position.
grew because it produced a superior product and mar sionment later on. Your'pres ge on your tax returns carefully as be in
,< i jketed it at a price the consumer could afford. Moreover and reputation are at stake dur- a mistake on the 8th or 9th situation : Jobs
it ter owned by thousands of investors, small and large, ing this time. could prove costly. .On the 7th, with more :
including ,92,000 of its own employees who regularly, 7- -77=78-75-785.GANGES Mars will enter Aries, .centering 6 30 40

( 7 purchase...stock in the corporation.v your attention on this field. of Center

r This latter fact alone would.seem to give Mr. Curtice Born Jane 22nd Thru"July 23rd your life. .
to make whatever the 870.661844874.SCORPIO. .
right to
every any appeal- -"-- em. June opens with .'a Fun Moon Born Feb.
;iployees. of General Motors. -
'"' In solar tenth house
falling your Make sure the ether beaeflta
.' The current union contract which is shortly to expire, bringing what seems' to be the Born October. 24 Nor. 22 sheep from _

is one that Walter Reuther, head of the UA W-CIO, green light for expansion In all There Is more planetary ele- choice of ...,.............
:described as "the finest ever achieved by the union." your professional affairs. Burt by vation ,In your .solar chart now and 8th. Th E

In view of the recession in which we,find ourselves the 3rd, you could be bitterly disillusioned than for some time. This' Is cure to Neptune be; aeJ4. .......... ,
today, this seems a most inopportune time to make exorbitant -' ,by broken promises to bring greater activity In 'your to deception ,
demands in the form of higher wages, share. concerning financial support, especially profcsional and business life, and romance. No ::j.................
in the profits, added fringe benefits? etc. from relatives. Take nothing it begins with the Fun Moon of pressure, do '
:.' 9 for granted in your work the*lst Be careful about signing the 8th, ;?Jt....,.......... 1
I If the automobfle=:industry is as important our over this first week, and don'tbe contracts or in' whatever you to write It
all the is '. ..;.....*.....
it
f economy as experts say ,.it seems a propitious surprised at another: Mtback write on the 3rd. The 8th cans plans you !

time for the union to quiet down co-operate and in your employment on the 8th for great diplomacy In an mat. be delayed ......-. ..*
:get its out-of-work meUbelSbac: on the job as promptly -
and 9th, The unexpected could ten of'friendship. A quarrel now the 8th and
r yea or no
,
as ,possible. I happy and you need patience could be very serious. You will 6 40 33 53 82-&%.



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Week Ending Saturday Juna 1, 1953 THE FLORIDA STAR Palm Than .
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BREWSTER CLUB CHRISTMAS SAVINGS

a a i R \ $ CLUB HOLDS MEET
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ENJOYSSOCIAL
MADISON
The Christmas:

., Saving Club meeting will be held
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c .. ....:... in the home of Mrs Mamie
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with The Brewster Mothers Club Curry, June 20 -

LOUISE G. GUINYARDWe gave its regular monthly social The club met recently in the

last Saturday night in the homeof home of Mr. and Mrs. Wine

rutted the Lincoln Golf and Country Club la* Friday .4 : ),[r. W L. Dickson, 1034 Cason. Seasonal flowers were

erc.ntng and saw any number of citizens enjoying the hospitality of Scnven Street. used throughout the home.

'd<:,of the city favoriting dining places. ___ The affair was well attendedby Mrs. Christine McKinney president

"Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Britt Jr., Alton Adam. Mrs. .CatherineJackson members and guests. The hostesses was in charge of the meat-

!Mrs. Margaret Powell, Mrs. Leola Powell, Mr. and Mrs. were :Mrs. Maeola Robinson ing and Mrs. Lessie Thomkina

Leeds Stukes,..and Mrs Lois Avery Randall were among the patrons.! (daughter of Mr. Dickson), Mrs. received the hostess gift.
s a i J. E. Davis (President), and Mrs. Members
f present at the meet-
Marlene Hagan.
7 ing were: Mrs. Mamie
White orchids, so very popular among the social set. were to Attending the social were: Mrs. Mrs. Eliza McGee Curry,
9 Mrs.
be at the El Dorado Club last when The S Vivian
seen Saturday evening reey .Monsie Alderman, Mr. and Mrs, Smith, Mrs Ida
Smart Set entertained with a swank party. Each member of the Oscar Watson. Mrs Julia Parker, L. Tompkins McDaniels. Mrs
Mrs
club wore a wrist corsage made of the rare and delicate flower. > ae Mrs Mary Johnson Mrs. Anna D.1 Mrs. Irene James Miller

Canapes and beverages were the highlights of the menu, and Wells :Mrs. Annie P. Mathis, Mrs.: Davis Mrs. McKinney C. Mrs. C.
individual name cards on the tables revealed to each guest the Johnnie M. Hutchins McKinney' .. Mr*
Mrs. Ozie
Thelma
Hester, Mrs Jannie
Bel.
name of his or her hostess. However, the most talked-dbout fea- J.A Williams, Mrs. Fannie Jones, Mr.
lemy and Mrs. Rachel
ture of the affair was the performance of Lionel "Billy" Moore's, and Mrs. Elijah Wells Mr. and i Benjamin.Mrs. .
? e .
i Yvonne
w Alexander
orchestra. 7; :tM Mrs. Samuel Anderson, Alonzo.! hostess assistedthe

C t .' e ; ? ; ? Jimison W. M. Bostick, Jesse i

Carter, David H a n s ley, Mrs.i
The Smart Set membership roster consists of Mra. Louise Gladys Hunt, Mr. Dad Mrs. Jesse j expressed by the group to Mrs.

Walton, Mrs. NeDyvonno T. Russell, '',,Mrs. Lola Schell Mrs. Elizabeth i: ,"<' :.. Barnes, Calvin Hagan, Mr. and' Maeola Robinson Mrs. Alma

.Downing Mrs. Norma Bland, Mrs. Charlotte Stewart, Mrs, 4A- ..' Mrs. Robert Freeman and C. Watson expressed appreciation 'to

Vivian Holmes, Mrs. Jolita Simmons, Mrs. Thelma Lewis, Mrs. .., -<, Parham Johnson. the hostesses for the enjoyable
Gloria Brooks, Mrs. Lois Iszard. Mrs. Joan Spaulding and Mrs. Games were played and a delicious evening of entertainment.

Hortense W. Gray. \ #_ repast was served. The' Plans are in the making for the

Mrs. Thelma Lewis Is president of the club and Mrs. Charlotte gift box was won by Mrs Alma club's anniversary tea which will

Stewart headed the special oommitte responsible for the enter. l rY. .;. Watson. be given Sunday June 29, at the
"takunent. Happy birthday greetings were Elks building.

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i f .
A w% yyn..e I Sunny Colored Summer Buffet Flatter I
The Zeta Amicaes. an auxiliary of the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority,, .
.
held its final meeting for the current fiscal year last Wednesday

evening in the home of Mrs. Ora Lee McIver 1472 West Tenth .. AK
f wi
Street, with Mrs. Lula Courtney as co-hostess. A 0

Mrs. Alicia Baety and Anthony McKlnnon were cited. fer outstanding -I '
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service to the community during the past year, with Eric I 'i

O. Simpson presenting the awards.. !

THe Amicaes welcomed to the group two members who have ;

been, on leave Mrs. Lois A. Randall and Mrs. Leota Powell. 4 }14 4

J.. O. Collier, a local businessman, did a wonderful job as toast.. '
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master"' for the occasion.
.Mrs. Wilner Dorrell is president of the group. s, e oW'
I.yt.: Yw ,.
S S S S Vy __

A definite French influence could be detected in the menu ,

when Mrs:: Helen B. Robinson entertained The Kevinettes with abridge l erg '

party last Saturday evening, held on the patio of the ri; C
Rlbault Supper Club. t: 'l :."'/

The group began a lively bridge session which resulted" la Mrs. .:; t.I' x .s t

'Barbara Harper, Mr' Pauline E. Davis Mrs. Emmalee T. George ___ ___ __ ,s'_ :

and Mrs. GeraldMp Iliniard being declared prize winners. ; .- __ _
t '!P"> <.:?'-<( 'LI''A"'" A,..
The menu consisted of an entree' of broiled grapefruit with : :\ Golden Pineapple 'Adds Tropical Touch. c
flaming sherry. After a delicious salad course, guests enjoyed a "\fjt. For a cool-looking, decorative buffet luncheon salad com-
maid; dish of Chicken a' la King, served with hot rolls and iced tea. i' bine golden pineapple slices with melon sticks, grapefruitand
Hors d'oeuvres and beverages were available throughout the orange sections topped with strawberries. Service Is
I .tJ. .. made easier when you combine the fruits on a large platteror
evening. AM 9 e dish and let everyone help themselves.
As a footnote, we make mention of the beautiful. twopieceyellow f a A d i'w You'll find pineapple enhances the flavor of other fruits

chemise dress worn by Mrs Dorothy Oliver. :": and can be combined successfully with any of the fresh -.

.- fruits in seasson.
S t. Summer Buffet Platter Is delicious! served with date-nut .
k : bread sandwiches and iced tea for luncheon. -'".
The Lra Fem-M'seurs met Friday evening at the Lincoln Golf T:1

and Country Club with Miss Zelma Johnson as hostess. Details I '.", .,,_-' : SUMMER BUFFET PLATTER l
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concerning this meeting will appear .In next week's column. :> -. 1 can pineapple slices Whole strawberries
'Y 8 watermelon fingers Salad greens I .

i!i Scenes from a recent dinner party given by Mrs. Ethel Walker oi 1702 Tyler 4 1 cup slices grapefruit honeydew and melon *,* CUP lemon JuIce ., .

: i Street.. In top photo left to right are: Mr. and Mrs. Willie L. Thomas Mrs. Mattie orange sections. % cup honey j I.

LILLY'S DRUG STORE r Latency Mrs. Viola Grissett Mr. and Mrs. James Paulin. In the center photo enjoying Chill pineapple in can. Drain well. Prepare melons-arid,
citrus fruits. Clean strawberries, but leave stems on. Over
1907 Kings Road at Spires an after dinner chat are: left to right. Mr. and Mrs. M. Jordan, and Mr. and Mrs.L. lap slices of pineapple down center of large glass salad

r .w.wret, i s. I Williams. In the photo at bottom. In the same order are: Mrs. Elmira Thompson.Mrs. either plate on side.crisp Fill frilly in corners greens.with Place honeydew watermelon slices fingers and citrus on, '

Where Experienced -<' Josie Stamps. Mrs. Helen Grimes and Mrs. Louis Ray. In the back row are: fruits. Decorate with whole berries and small frilly greens. .
s' Serve very cold. .
Pharmacists
Your Prescription Prepare Ac- r: Moses Thompson. Clifford Grimes and C. M. Ray. DRESSING: Mix together lemon juice and honey and

--- drizzle over salad. A little Sherry wine and chopped fresh
cording to your doctor'sInstructions with excellent results.
mint may be added to the dressing
4 a Using Yield: 4 servings.

< 1s only drugs.the best quality ': I CLUB NOTES ,


I You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get

Dr. C. E. Black Pharmacists Dr. W. J. Graham CAULLLCLUB
7 gJtACi.ow A trip wil be' sponsored to
-:- -:- -:- ,.
fL1Jt ; Daytona Camillla Beach Ladies, JlL".J5 Club. The by bus the LOW PRICES

A COMPLETE LINE OF: : I
l mil stop at Tyler and Kings
Cosmetics -:. Rubber Goods -:- Candies -:- Sundries '
b by Gloria Wright Road at 7:30: a. m., Myrtle Ave! DRUG STORE HEEDSOn

PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED I nue and Kings Road at 7-45: aJ I IlH.
Hand in hand with the trend Check the narrow side edges of i
.
and at
I Kings Road and Davis Your
toward elegant simplicity in each piece: They should be'per- '
I modern tabletop fashions has I fectly even, and finished to, a Streets at 8SX: ) a. m. 1 i Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store
come a growing preference for lustrous smoothness. The club meeting was held in)
1 uncluttered patterns In flatware. 'I Another eye-test for good the home of Mrs. Alice Bukhel- i WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISEDIN
I Especially: popular are the i f stainless flatware is to examinethe
"stainless modern" designs that niches between the tines of ler. 1038 West 6th Street recently YOUR LOCAL PAPERS

P seem to provide .the perfect. the forks. These should be .
4y compliment to the solid-toned smooth, well! -defined and with- I
'Y 4'--' cLma unadorned and out rough spots.
glassware any
SEMINOLE CULTURE CLUB :
soft colorings which keynote j Look also at the top edge of Dixie Pharmacy
these pretty table settings of the knife blade. It should taper HOLDS MONTHLY MEETING I
r today. Stainless steel, being out from maximum thickness at The Seminole Culture Club held !' -
both lustrous and durable, has the base of the handle to a relatively its meeting recently ,in the home i 132 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE
proved itself ideally suited to thin and smooth tip. ; PHONES EL 5.5 91-98
of Mrs. Mabfe.: Taylor, 1736/Fran.
these clean-lined flatware designs The ,
spoons
We Deliver We Also Fill All Doctors' Prescription
plus having the added provide another cis Street with Mrs. Willtelmina]
virtue of never fequiring polish. test. The bowl Skinner as co-hostess. PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELE-
sets should show a i
Amer gradual taper- PHONE BILLS AT OUR STOREoxo.o

ing to-a smooth ROYAL TERRACE CLUBGIVES >o .o.o ooo._ " I tip.Tinest stainless ENTERTAINMENTAn
n nI fl8Modern life flatware entertainment was given by YOU'LL ENJOY EATING AT DIXIE'S
i r satis- should- be heaviest -
at the curvature toward the the Royal Terrace *Good Neigh-
stain- center. When your finger is bors Club, recently in the homeof LUNCH COUNTERAND
less today- has placed somewhere under this Mr. and Mrs. Sf Foreman,
its imitations and to avoid area, the handle and bowl of
3824 Fairfax Street.
disappointment, it might be well the spoon should balance. HOME MADE DO-NUT STAND
, a lighter, lovelier you I to bear these few points in The sheen of stainless flat
mind. ware should Show good polish Made Fresh Every Hoar And "A Treat That You'll Repeat"

Long for skin that's soft bright radiantly lovely? Try stainless There are steels many, but American types of ing techniques.stainless it The available best American froma MUSIC COLLEGE DINNERS LUNCHES SANDWICHESSPECIAL

ARTRA SKIN TONE CREAM with Hydroqulnonel! ......manufacturers have agreed that very bright mirror polish to
New ARTRA bleaches gently effectively. But so safely the higher alloy types are best the matte-like satin finish and SUNDAYROTISSERIE
it can be used daily on normal skin. And ARTRA vanishes for use in flatware. The U. S. in a wide variety of patternsand SLATES EVENTS
!' Just smooth it on-then you'U get that lighter, customer can thus be assuredthe stapes. The choice is strictly CHICKEN
.
look! In the blue and black stainless pieces contain up to the buyer. S
-lovelier ARTRA package more than sufficient amountsof Good stainless doesn't have to $1.29
at drug and cosmetic counters. Big 2 o:. tube 9sf chromium or combinations of be pampered. No matter bow i The Bolden College of Music 2 QM. Broiled Or B&r-B-Q
chromium and nickel. These"as beautiful. it will withstand 'the'
plus tax. :will hold Open House and sponsor
sure that there will be the maximum hardest homewear and tear.. .
gR14,4.SKIN _a Calendar Tea, June 8 from
resistance to rust, corrosion Cleaning and"polishing" is
and pitting, and the flatware done all at once with soap and 4 to 6 pja. The tea will be held
TONS _- will have extra strength water and with equal success in the Music Hall, 1816 W. 20th Dixie
'and resistance to even the by hand or by dishwasher method Street. Pharmacy
,CREAM harshest detergents.Good But thorough-drying aftetv .
Meg Lillie B. Ferrell will be
recommended
stainless flatware should wards11 the procedure -
DMdon,
Cap.ale Oalllcsw1cd; hgtlwu .lI'--1. ':_ exhibit the work..t fine craftsmanship ;- particularly _ia'._. hard presented in a concert by the col-' EIDga Boad and Myril

..;;.-.....-",-- --- .....: -... _...-..... even to the naked.eye.: water f"anaL,!tt.I" l' __" .',;:. ege, June 22. -.r-- -;.. ....

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Page Four THE FLORIDA STAR Week> Ending-Saturday June 7. 1958





I Youth Day. To Be Observed Sunday At Mt. Zion I



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L ...... i CHURCH COMPLETES PLANS

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4i I FOR YOUTH OBSERVANCEYouth

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CHURCH NEWS : 1 :a n .

Day will be observed in the Mt. Zion AME

.I ;a : Church. Juke 8. according: to the Rev. W. F. Foster pastor.

The observance is being held to encourage the youngpeople's

rev 'Z fir ,v.,4l efforts and interest !n the general program of the

AFRICAN UNITED CIIURCII SUNDAY, SCHOOL v + church.The .
officers elected are: Mica
_
TO PRESENT PROGRAMA CONVENTIONIt I

M... i- 1 Clarence Brown president; Miss giii at 6 o'clock. The address will
program will be presentedby has been announced by r.. Carolyn Burdine first vice presi- be delivered by Kelly Brown.

Mrs. Bertha Bell and M. Willie Walker district Superintendent -I dent; Miss Anne Ashe second Some of the young artists of the

Morris of the African United of Sunday Schools. South L president; Miss Gloria Jean Le- city will participate in these ser-

Church, June 8 at 8:30 pm. at Jacksonville District,AME: Church I ; _Sang. Secretary Niss Ethel Trim- vices.
the church. 1129 Milnor Street.
that the : Miss Corrie Johnson
annual district Sunday 'L r ing reporter; -

Melvin Grace will serve as School Convention will be held, Miss Gloria Trimming, Miss ST. MATTHEW SETS

master of ceremonies for the June 10-12 in the Mt. Pisgah 1 rehflra Wlison,' Hdinmlent,

r cecasion.r AME Church Atlantic Beach. Committee ANNUAL MEN'S DAY

KINDERGARTEN All schools have been asked to The adult transportation group CHURCH GROUP

DAYSPRING _.. ._
participate on the program The .0.1 has arranged for 24 youth day
ANNOUNCES EXERCISESDay 5:4
Sunday School groups will meet ( 'S courtesy cars for transportation Annual Men's Day will be obserVed -

Spring Baptist Church jointly. } ni All.cars will carry courtesy signs. in the St. Matthew Baptist
: '
Kindergarten will conduct its BAPTIST'CHURCHUNIT ; The Rev. A. B. Coleman; Jr., Church, June 16 throughout the .
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graduation exercises. June 8 at FIRST will be the speaker for the 11:00 day with John T. Price as chair-

4 ,iunr.in the church auditorium. TO SPONSOR TEA Plans were recently completed for the building of St. Stephens A.M.E. Church I a.m. services and Miss Meltcnia

Miss Margaret Porter will be The Senior Choir Two of the corner of Fifth.and Davis Streets. In a Special meeting on the 3rd of June. members I Cobb will be the featured soloist.i man.The Junior Department will

the speaker for the occasion. The First Church will of the building"committee met with the,p aster to review and sign the contract, giving Music will be furnished by the sponsor its annual picnic to Little

annual outing to the zoo will beheld ( its Baptist annual ,tea June 15 sponsor from- orders for the immediate laying of the foundation for the new church. Shownin junior and children's choir. Joseph -I Talbot Island June 12 and the

June 9 at 9:30 ajn. The 4 6 in the church's the' above photo seated left to right are Henry Belling. Relford McGriff. At- Pauline and Ried E. Jacksonwill bus will leave the church at 9:30(
to ;
p.m Rev. J. S. Johnson and William P. J. P. Pierce. J. W.
summer session will begin June educational budding. torney. Henry. Standing, are: give greetings for the returned -

10. Registration is being held "Ernest Farmer, president; Mrs. Philyaw. Jerrell Terrell and James S., Gen_ wri9ht. college students. a.m.Choir No. 1 will observe its

daily. Bessie Leonard, program eon I The evening services will be- anniversary June 29 and District
No. 4 will meet in its monthly
iiutte chairman; and Mrs. Sula BETHEL BAPTIST
,ABYSSINIA BAPTIST, CHURCH EVAGEIMC MALE CHORUS meeting. Jun 8 at 4 p.m. at the
Mae Davis, co-chairman. are the r ZION HOPE CHURCH
TO HOLD REVIVAL MEETINGA officers. UNIT SPONSORS TEA church.
,
PLANS ANNIVERSARYDistrict
revival meeting will be con- Two outings'have been plannedby .- -
MEETINGS' OPEN A June Tea will_ be sponsoredby TO OBSERVE No. 1 of Zion Hope PLANS JUNE OUTING
ducted in the Abyssinia Baptist the Deacons and Deaconesses
District No.. 17 of_ Bethel BapUst Baptist Church will observe its
Church June 16 with the Rev.S. .. of the First Samuel Baptist MEMBERS DONATE"SANTUARY
Church:June 8.from 4 to 6 23th anniversary, June 23 at 8
U Badger pastor of Emanuel j, Church ',located on Harper and AT BETHEL AMEQUINCY pjm. in the basement of the ANNIVERSARYThe psn. in the auditorium of the WINDOWS
Baptist Church in charge ,of the Ives Street, for ,June. church. church.

pulpit services. > ,On Saturday ;June 7, the deaconsof
E\
The Rev. the sanctuary
All districts and other civic R. Simpson pastor Progress on upper -
A week of will
meeting
prayer .church
the will sponsor the will be honored by the district of the New Bethel AME
Male Chorus
groups of the city have been ex- of Zion Hope
The
begin. June 9. Evangelistic
outing to Silver Springs, The Bus
tended an invitation, to attend the Baptist Church will observe its during the celebration. Church is presently undergoing
will leave the.church at 8 anu services-will begin at Bethel AME
affair.. Sth anniversary,. October 20. Services will be in charge by construction was announced by
PAYNE CHAPEL AME
The deacons) and.deaconesses Church Monday night with the tne Rev. W. M. Hill. Rev. Dison the pastor Rev. F. J. Jones.
hostess ,
for the The
YOUTH DAY CELEBRATIONYouth Serving as ,oc- Rev. S. Andrews of Allen
will sponsor a, trip to Brulnswick Rev. A. Z. Russ preaching the c.J.S1on'are: Mrs. Graylyn Lesene, Chapel AME Church will be the oad Rev, O, D. Davis and each Windows are being donated by

Day celebration will be G.,, on ;Saturday leave June 28. The opening sermon. Miss Verde Covington, Miss Eth- speaker for the, occasion. The minister will be accompanied by the church members; some in

held in the Payne Chapel AME bus from will the church for at Seldon 8:00:: aon.Park. The Rev S..Stewart will preach el Deloris Hamilton. Mrs!.. Barbara serving Male Choruses will be the his choirs ad congragation. memory of deceased relatives

Church. June 8. Friends A of members' 'have been Tuesday night. The following ,Walker. Miss Cherrye Bell. Day Spring Baptist Male Chorus,
:The officers are: Miss Eva Miss Gwendolyn Jones, Miss under the direction of Samuel
invited to attend the outing rights in order, the sermons will
Baker chairman; Miss Melissa Billye. Yvonne Reddick, Mrs. Rebecca Davis and the Emanuel Baptist SPRING SPECIALS!
be preached by the Rev. R., S.
Reed. co-chairman; Miss Rosetta Block and Miss Mable Male Chorus, under the directionof
CENTRAL CHURCH Dupont the Rev. D. H. Jamison
Spencer, secretary; Mrs..Martha Steward. Mrs. Frankie A Summers Cecil Fisher. Serving as guest
Baker and Mrs. Essie B. Stowers, and the Rev. Willie Jones respectively will serve as mistress of boards for the occasion are the S PANTS
SETS MEN'S DAY 3 SK1Ro 99c 3 99c
supervisors. ceremonies for the affair.CHILDREN'S Mt. Ararat Baptist Church and
The sessions will be held in
Ttie captains are: Gerald Deed, the Mt. Sinai Baptist Boards. SWEATERS
in Arnett Chapel June 16-20 with Cleaned and era
Men's will be observed
John Spencer Henry Spencer Day Hostess for the ,Male Chorus Plain
the Rev. E. L. Elmore. The
CME
Miss Altamese Lang, Miss Luella the Central Metropolitan DAY will be Mrs. Lucille Bell of Mt. DRESSES
Church, June 8, beginning with ministers taking part will be the Ararat Others .
Spenser, Miss Marie Hodge MissC. Baptist Crrch 69cMen's
SUITS .
Catherine Hodge Miss Eva Sunday School and continuing Dev. E. 'I* Daniel, the Rev. L F. SET AT MT. SINAI: slated to appear on the programare 69c PlaIn .

the Bradley, the Rev. H. McNeal pleoe
throughout day.
Baker. Donald Mitchner Miss : Leon Bland Mrs. Hazel LadIes -Piece Plain

Lou Ann Parker, :Miss Barbara The Rev. J. H. Hail of Second Harris and the Rev. G. W. Children's Day will be observedat Cross, Mrs. Ninzell! Clark: Mrs. DRY FOLD

Penekin and James Hodge. They Baptist Church will be the morn i Farmer. the Sunday School and morn, Florine C. Pines. Mrs. C. Parham EVENING GOWNS LAUNDRY

will be assisted by the class ing speaker, with E. H. Benja- Bethel AME Church, Monti- ing hour of worship in the Mt. i Johnson, The Mt Ararat Quintet

soloist for cello, ,will be host to the June Sinai Baptist Church. I cents
leaders. min serving as guest $1.99 8 Per Pound
The event will be the young the service.A 23-27 sessions with the Rev. J. Gerald Jackson will ,be the

people's contribution to the building musical program will be presented C. Sanders the Rev. E. L. Richardson .i speaker for the services. YOUTH DAY SET Any IDD4 Minimum 600

drive for the evening services. the Rev. T. M. McCormic, Others to appear are Miss Rob S DAY SERVICE

Officers for the observance are: the Rev. B W Roberts and the Forrester and Doris Mack. FAST SERVICE AT STANDARD PRICES!

A Tea will be sponsored by W. F. Simmons chairman; Wash Rev. G. P. Pearce delivering the AT TABERNACLE

District 32 of Second Baptist Davis, cochairman; Joseph'Wal- sermons.

Church in the home of Johnnie den, J. W. Perry, Rile Howard, The Daily Vacation Bible NEW BETHEL ECI CUTBATE CLEANERS

Mack, 2847 Begonia Road. Harold Wallace, N. Sears. Alonza School will be conducted at (teach CHURCHSUNDAY

A program will be presented, Harris, M. B. Smith are the center daily from 9 to 12 o'clock. PLANS WOMEN'S DAY 3 CONVENIENT LOCATION'S

and invitations have been exten- group captains. The Rev. Joseph AU minister have been asked to
The Youth Department of the (1) H' Broad Street (Between State k Dewdrop) (L) 801
and districtsof Harper will be the group captain Plans are being made by the
ded to other boards be to alter-
preparaed serve aa
Tabernacle Church will MaIn Street .
Baptist (3) 36SS Moocrlef Road (At 7th Street)
for the people. women of New Bethel A. M. E.
the city to attend. young nates. observe their annual Youth Day
Church for their annual Women's
June 8, beginning with Sunday
.
Day celebration.The
FIRST'SAMUELSPONSORS School at 9:30: a.m. through the
initial financial effort will
I
FENCES BY ATLAS OUTINGSTwo be a baby contest, according to evening services. ,
Samuel L.. Hints of First I
Mrs.n.. Williams, general WAR SURPLUS
I Baptist Church, will be the guest ;
chairman for the occasion.
The Fence That Makes Sense"CHAIN I superintendent of the Sunday
outings will be sponsoredby Members of the executive planning -:
LINK FENCE LIFETIME GUARANTEES School and Bobby J Mervin. of
the First Samuel ,Baptist committee are: :Mrs.: O. F. :
St. John Baptist Church will re- .I $1.00 LAY-A-WAY SPECIAL! I
Church .in the mOlof June Donaldson, Mrs. Vera Wiles and: view the lesson.

S s under the direction of Deacon H. Mrs. M. L. Cooper, co-chairman.
Miss Joyce Goldsmith president -
E. Peterson. Contributions toward the window I
PROTECT YOUR: of the Youth Departmentwill
The dates and time of depar-. effort recently were made
be the speaker for the 11:00 .
-; CHILDREN by the Sara McGinnis Missionary HOUSE PAINT
ture have been set as June 7th ajn. services and Rev. Joseph
-:. PROPERTY and 28th with the bus Society. Steward Board No. 1 I
;- leavingthe I Harper of Central CME Church :
and the Morehead sisters who I $5.95 Value 11
Regular
PETS 8
-:- church at a.m. will be the speaker for the 3 pm.
made their contribution in the
service. A program will be ren. NOW . $199
S !II
memory of their father, the late I
I dered during the evening service
Rev. A. Morehead founder of S
DAY SPRINGSLATES New BetheL I by Usher Board No. 3 of the! "

BEFORE YOU BUY GET OUR 'I Youth Department and a play DISHES 82-Pc. Set . .___ $O95
FREE ESTIMATES 1 entitled: "The Challenge of the

NOTHING DOWN 36 MONTHS TO PAY UNIT Cross" will be presented.Miss .
NEW MOUNT OLIVE Maxine Simmons and Miss :Knee Rubber Boots $J50 Pr.

CALL RA 5-2255 M. Lavern Williams will be theguest r
PLANS OSERVANCEAnnual
ANNUAL EVENTS soloist for the observance. M

Music will be furnished by the Work Clothes BootsWash
Women's win be
Day
r, 2PBf** M|** "" n i I Youth Choirs of the Church. An
> I observed in the New Mt. Olive
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WI tH .' I invitation has been extended to
Hsfm
BLE NEWI! Coveralls
1ROU Baptist Church June 8 throughout -
H pVING DELUXE1r.; The Gospel Chorus of Day the day, the general public to come out Pants x&2r JHn
UMPS. Church and with the youths.
SHAVINE;; Spring Baptist will spon- worship
'
Officers 'for the observanceare
is mode fay the sor the Overstreet Singers In an Work Shoes
: Mrs. Eva Jenkins actingpastor Shoes *
,-j' :MAGIC'SHAVING after service. program, June. 8 at for the day Mrs Lola; ZION.HOPE CHURCH rell FtmtiZ&
8:15
.. pjn. Webb, chairman; Mrs. F. B. Watson UNIT SLATES EVENTThe
POWDER A Father's Day Tea win be
co-chairman; Kr Catherine
/ { ; sponsored by, District Two, June
People'j Garner, finance committee; Mrs. Male Chorus and Female WE HAVE THOUSANDS OF BARGAINS
; 15 from 4 to'S p.m. in the home
J Mary J. Cokely. secretary: Mrs.. Chorus of the Zion Hope Baptist
OR of: Mrs. W. M.. McKelton, 1014 AROUND!
'V / IN AND BROWSE
\\ ? Odessa Wiggins, treasurer and Church win present Andrew L. COME
BEARD
Barnett
Street.
tiMO S SL / I'I Mrs. M. U B. Story program Milan and' Mrs'Emma. B. Johnson -
District No.-4 and 30 will
f"s Sim man11 scent.Peri present committee. In a contest, July 28.
a the Johnson Sisters in
I i I a The Junior officers are: Miss A program is being arranged JVFfERANS
|recital June 16 at 8:15 pjn. Barbara Jean Simmons, chair for the occasion. Some of the

._ I I Usher Board No. 1: will sponsora man; and Mss Wattle Johnson, :participants';on the program are: t I

fS > fellowship tea June 22 from co-chairman. :the Kale and Female Chorus: of \: ";

: to 6 pan. at the Recreation 'The afternoon program win be :the Lithe Rock Baptist Church ARMY & NAVY STORE t.

I I. Mrs M. 8. Curry will be rendered by the youth department : with Mrs Esther.James as directress .

guest speaker for the.occa at S pjn., and Mrs 0. 0. ; Bthaay Baptist Male Chorea 20 E. Bay Street EI.gla 6-1301

arch Webb will deliver the addre4. and, ,other. _


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DR. H. J. TRAPP REV H. W. SHAW speaker at the Laura Street
Presbyterian Church during the uENIiWRM( -MAN RV" *
PRESENTS SINGERSIN TO SPEAK SUNDAY morning worship June 8 SUFFERERS

AFTER SERVICEDr. A Children's Day program will
The Rev. H. W Shaw. Sunday I V TOO INc MY MUTTLC HAO. UOtmMWT.
I II be held In the church at 6 p.m. TSTTKB.KCZOM..UOWOM.O orm mat
Harrison J. Trapp.: will deliver 1 I I School Missionary, will be the A film entitled 'The Split LevelFamily" Oa rot CALF TKAMiroaT OJUTATOMS.uuxr POLHUUI or TMSAMD vat scats A*.
RC>o116. ASK TOOK OOCTO*.
OaPOOl
w 11 the commencement address I at 7:30 pjn. will be
.Li ;, I .
{ lli."' % Payne Chapel AME Church will shown in the interest of the financial
:s''r' for the graduating clas of New
; I deliver the annual sermon for the drive. The services will /Imj; .
Stanton School June 9.
w /graduating class, June 8 at.3 p.m. be concluded with She fellowship (

:1j' The. Rev. Raymond,' pastor of: i ia the school auditorium hour. .


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at a banquet A. K. Rothchild manager. of Roosevelt Strand and Skyview AUTOMATIC

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to right seated Mrs. A. M. Cash. Mrs. Wealy Johnson",MIlls P. Brooks Mrs. C. T. Jackson -. y. BUTTER KEEPER
Miss E. Jasmin Mrs. E. Campbell Standing in the same order are; Mrs. B. H. MILK SHELF HOLDSHALFGALLON
Covlngton Mr. R. H. Cook H. W. Jenkins. Mr. C. O. Hillard Mr. W. T. Harper. and
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I FORM NORTH FLORIDA PRESS CLUB All officers and members of .

the June clas of 1950 of Stanton
'
Members of the Jacksonville. working press met last Tuesday Senior
High are being called in
afternoon at which time North Florida !Press Club was organized.'I' : .
a Special. meeting to be held. '
The meeting was held in the offices of the FDORIDA STAR with Si.-- .
Tuesday, June 10th, in the audi-
Eric O. Simpson, managing editor serving as host. torium: tR PHILCOMODEL
of Duval County Vocational SPEC IK tlU9N
The founding body elected the
School, Broad and Ashley
following persons to office In the membership in the organizationare Streets. SAVES
newly formed organization: : Cecil Fisher Mrs. Johnnie
pOLLAdtS
Eric O. Simpson, president; Thomas, Miss Altamae Richardson Plans are being made for the LbMwNy

Ken Knight (WRHC), vice presl. Mrs;-Elsie Francis, Japhus annual supper party and class 882
dent. Uriah Portee (Times. Union) Baker, Frederick Sherard, Mrs reunion, which will be held on T-: _i: .
second vice president; Mrs. Beu- Oggie B. Williams, Johnnie Shaw June 20. The success of these
tan McClellan (Jacksonville Jour- Ilev.- Lee Herod, Abram King. affairs will depend upon your

nal), recording secretary; Miss I Mrs. Theresa Mackey Jessie Fer. presence at this meeting. I r a..a.,. .
Yvonne Daniels (WOBS) assist- .g son, and Albert Crawford, OnlyEXCHANGE
Joseph Roberta, Acting President .
ant recording secretary! ; Mrs. Another meeting of the group made the announcement.
Vivienne Eutsay (Times Union) will be held Sunday afternoon,

financial secretary Miss'Pearlie .June' 8 at 2 p.m. in the officesof
WRHCJ) Fountain, assistant financial the FLORIDA STAR. 2323
secretary; Joshua W. Moncrief Road, at which time TAMPA NAACP UNIT

(Florida Star) Williams Public II above named nominees have been OPENS 1958 DRIVE 16995I
Relations chairman; Alfred notified to be present for con-
FOR MEMBERSHIPTAMPA
(Florida Star) Harreil, business sideration bye-laws and incorporation. -
manager; C. Parham (Florida .
Star) Johnson parliamentarian; At the Sunday afternoon ses- The Rev. H. W. Il ii (I ...Lt r

Mrs. L E. (Courier) Williams sion a list of honorary memberswill Wilburn pastor of the New Salem c

treasurer and Porcher (Florida also be considered. Missionary Baptist Churchin f
Tattler) Taylor chaplain. I Tampa has been named Chairman MOST DELUXE 81/2 CU. FT. MODEL

The club which will function of the 1958 membershipdrive

as non-profit, charitable organization for the' Tampa Branch EXTRA BIG 32-LB. FREEZER
with the aim of establishing NAACP. Co-chairman Is the.Rev.S. .
a headquarters which will M. Peck pastor of the St. :
serve as a central point for persons WeddingAPPLICATIONS Bells Paul A>I.E. Church, also of that '": BUTTER AND CHEESE KEEPERS

in the communications field city. x
and their guests. FOR COMPLETE DAIRY BAR DOOR
MARRIAGE LICENSES The drive opened with the recent -
to
those nominated
Among
,'Freedom Sunday Program"held
i on May 18, in Tampa It Will CHILLER DRAWER

close on or about June 30.
Frank Ceo. Breaker, Jr., 803 5-YEAR WARRANTYDELIVERS
JAX DEMOCRATSMEET Court D, Blodgett Homes, age 21 "We will try to enroll at least I

and Violet A, Cosby 40 N. Par- 2,000 members in the Branch by I .
that time," Rev. Wilburn said.
I ramore St. Orlando Fla., age 20.
CALLED Willie F. Olivers, 535 W "We are calling on all ministersand I

Church St., age 37 and Laura : fraternal groups to cooper. PHILCOREFRIGERATOR

Johnson, 537 W Church St.. age ate." any
Plans for the September:> Democratic $
primaries will be discussedat 41. Headquarters for the drive will: .

a special meeting of the Duval Edw. J. Jefferson, 1771 Cleveland 1 be in the State Coaference Office
705 East Harrison Street. Phone OR RANGE.J
County Democratic Executive St. age 23 and Verdell McDonald "

Committee at 8 p.m. June 13 in the 744 Court B, age 19. 2-S619 for information .

Duval County Armory 851 Market Christian Holsey 1336 W. 7th 3 -:- LONG, EASY TERMS ON BALANCE -:- .
St., Chairman Richard D. Barker St. age 21 and Vera Parnell.
announced last Thursday.The 2540 Van James St, age 17. FRIENDS CELEBRATEAT
chairman said U. S. Sena- '
tor Spessard L. Holland (D-Fla) Berkey Elvington, Callahan, SURPRISE PARTY
will address the meeting.The :Fla, age 49. and Ella. Grace FOR WILLIE JONES y WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING '

customary assessment fees Sharpe Callahan, F1&.. age 27. .
of candidates qualifying for party Robt. L. Green. 436 W 1st St..
offices will be fixed, and plansto age 38 and Louise Wright 1484 Mr. Willie Jones was given a

get out a big percentage of vot- W. 10th St. age 34. surprise birthday party by his FURNITURE CO.
ers In the primaries will be among Jos Waddell.Jr., 333 E. Union i wife Mrs. Christine Jones,. The DAVIS
the subjects discussed. Barker re- St., age 23 and Dosa Lee Bett party was given in their home
ported. ..c.I .- Jean Nicholson 1736 W. 9th St., 1613 "Windle. Street
Daniel T. Crisp sent 17. .
Secretary age Some of the guest present at
: official ran for the special meet- Jr RL 6, TIL 9 P.M.
I committeemen andwomen Mansfield R. Cody 'the party were:' Mrs Josephine OPEN MONDAYS. AND FRIDAYS

tag to the Those unable Box 455. age 22 and Martha Lotse Conan Mr. end Mrs Willie HarriS ;." .... PHONE ELGIN 3-5791
sTREET'- "
yesterday.
aPpoint Walker Rt. 8 Box 405, age JO. Mr. and Mrs. "Herbert Day, 135 BROAD ; : .
to attend Crisp said'Democratic may Bishop Turner Donaldson: 2403 Mr. C. B. Ray Mr. and Mr*. .. ., '- : .. .. .. ..
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any registered and Winnie ._ ,. o. '
voter In their,precincts as their Home St, age .36 Simon Blake and Sylvester .. t "
Cheeks 5406 Avenue R, age 38. Brown.
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I NEWS OF INTEREST FROM ALL SECTIONS OF BEAUTIFUL FLORIDA_ I II





I EWC TO BEGIN WALKER PLANS I TALENT ON PARADE j i
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SUMMER 'SCHOOL i PROGRAM SLATED I I
t Cleopatra'Was )
: AT BEULAHCHURCII I 9
'\The summer se3Slon at Ed. COMMENCEMENTMTIYITIFS I i No Dummy t
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ward Waters College will begin.!i
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I' Choir No. 3 of St. John Baptist ,.
June 12 and continue through j
Church will be presented in a
The: six weeks term
August 15. ,
"Talent On Parade" program in
will June 12 and end
begin July,
rq the Beulah Baptist Church. June
Y 25- 9 at 8 p.m.
All Curses offered in the.summer C. H. Hargraves President of
Appearing on program will be
session are approved by the Walker Vocational and Commercial Miss Yvonne Daniels, who will
Florida State- Department of Ed-
a College announces Com- present the master of ceremo-

ucation for extension or renewal mencement activities for 1958 ,Nes. "Deacon" Melvin Grace.

of certificates according to'President graduates to be held in the auditorium Others slated to appear on the
6 W. B. Stewart.'he Duval of St. Paul AJH.E. Church
: ; program are: Mrs. Essie Mae
School Board also approves this June 8 and 9. Two very capable Scott, Samuel Henderson. Mrs.

work for tenure purposes. speakers have ben secured for the Lorraine Duncan Holy Light

Courses offered for the sum- two major events.Baccalaureate the Pilgrims
Gospel Singers Gospel -
; / mer session"include: Algebra,. Ad. service wilt be- the Wing Travellers, and w
&ca : ry .Composition American Institutions
A vanced gin at 3:00: p.m. Sunday, June 8, the Male Chorus of Beulah Baptist .
American --- .
American History. -
with the sermon delivered by Church. Legend hast that Cleopatra,
Government Accounting. Rev. R, D. Elaine, Pastor of St. The general public have been sent slaves to gather early morns
:is.M s x H a' A 1 A'' yea Principles Biological,Science Bio- Paul Church I. A. Christian. Vice invited to attend the affair. ig dew ao that she might wash
logy. Business Law, Business President of Walker College will her face in iL Probably she didn't
know that dew is soft water but
# Mathematics Educational Psychology
4 make the introduction; Music will I STRAND HIT she found from experience that it
Economics. Comm icatlons. be furnished by the college choir was best for her beauty. Why
Elementary French, Ele- and Mr. Hargraves will make ob- [ Because soft water forms rich
ments of World Geography, Fundamentals servations.Dr. f f": gentle suds that reach down deep
into and remove every
pore
of Speech, Generfcl J. I. E. Scott. Director of t 1 trace of stale make-up and dirt,
i Chemistry General Mathematics T Tr Result clear smooth "soft
Education in Negro Schools for
AQ. Harmony The summer session at > > skin. Hard water forms a sticky
y' Duval County will deliver the soap scum that coats skin clogs
.%4 h. Y Harmony Human Development Commencement address Monday pores and never really rinses off.
and, Introduction to Business. Result a dingy-looking complexion -
cr Introduction to Education Organic June 9, after being introduced by and rough red. hands.Today .
; 3l I. A. Christian.The women can have water
Chemistry.. :Personal and 1. of
program which begins at softer than dew at the turn
y Community" Hygene, Physical Education i. : any home f_uc t. say the experts
10:00 a.m., will feature music by
Water Conditioning
Physical ,Sciences Religious x -.r< at Permutit
the college choir and a vocal Headquarters BIrmingham N. J.
Shorthand, 'A- ; .
Education, Sight :
water softener no
selection by Miss Arnett Scott. A simple
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singing and Ear-Training, World larger than a water heater. attached
Diplomas and awards for outstanding
to the Incoming supply
Civilizatio and World ;Literature fiv
scholarship will be 'pre- : line instantly removes hardn s-
1. is ai .N! n : e Registration for both terms sented by Mr. Hargraves. causing minerals as" water flows
will 'be ,held June 12-13 from through It. It's automatic, re-
I Included in the Class of 1958 '
... 5:30: to 8:00 .p. 'm, i. 'the college, ""O ,,,,.-,-" ""' .<': quiring'little or no attention and
.' t are: Mrs. Mae D.- Stewart, who ::7O 'l !- is priced in line with other mod.
: All classes will begin,
> library.
,, < ,, r holds the highest place of honor; Robert, Mltchum. (above) ern appliances. '.
'
; June 16 at 3:00_p.m.: Soft water also lets dishes dry
Sarah stars in the brand thriller
: Mrs Hatcher, who holds new It
to a sparkle.
'; ; 't themselves
.p i the second highest honor; and about the moonshine rackets washes laundry now-white, soft

; ANNIVERSARY SET Miss Rebecca Hatcer Miss Jean in the South. "THUNDER and fluffy'without bleaches.And,
I a rockrllke ,cale ..ln
FOR '''SOCIAL CLUBThe Macon, Miss Daisy Thomas and ROAD" showing Sunday thru it water prevents heaters and 'plpIng-:'-

? ;' t,.a. r Miss Ann Nealous, who are grad Saturday at the Strand., The The Permutit people say that
jt..!'.., uating with distinction. I top co-feature hit is Warner any water problem, can be corrected -
A 'J ; 4 ; F. Senior Class will be western
Night new drama. TORT "
bad tasti
Club will celebrate-its! 17th anniversary ob-j water corrosiveness,
served Friday, June 6, at DOBBS. starring Clint "Chey. or odor. They recommend a water -
TO OBSERVE. ANNIVERSARY The Mt. Ararat Quintet will celebrate ita June 8 in the YWCA I pjn.., at which tine students will enne" Walker and Virginia analysts to determine the exact -
West Eighth Street, be made free
: ninth anniversary Monday. night at the ML Ararat Baptist-Church at 15th Street Building on at 3 hear an address from Mrs. MaeD. Mayo Both are outstanding of enarge trouble.in It Permuttt's can Laboratory -
beginning p.m. .
and Myrtle Ave. Members:: in the quintet"ag shown'in the picture are Mrs. Florine D. 'The club with the largest at- Stewart.A films and at regular prices. -country's largest.
has been -
special outing
Pines. Mrs. Della M. Williams. Mrs. Annie B. Singleiary Mrs. Vemell '''Bythwood tendance will be* awarded a prize.
planned for the group for Satur
and Mrs. Queen Hicks. Mrs. Hazel R. Gross is the directress of the group. Appearingon Some. of the participants on the day. June 7, at Little Talbot 4-

the program will be the Celestial Singers Golden Jubilee .Singers. The Singing program are: Mrs. Dora Swift Island. !
Minn Hawkins Mrs. Inez
Angels Master Keys. Madam Ethel Davenport Bannister Miss arva Jenkins. Zion Mrs. Mrs. Geneva Guyton and C. S.
Scarborough Rev. Joseph Harper,
Hope Baptist Mala Chorua and others to be announced later. C. Parham Johnson will the Gospel Chorus -of West Union Sawyer are advisors.HERRERA .

acne as master of ceremonies. The program is scheduled to begin at 8 o'clock. I Baptist Church and others. :

I The ladies who will serve as

... ...,.. hostesses areIrs.; Lillian Cul-' SHOWS
r=.>p'I...< ;z- .. '"'"' .;f '" L -,."" .- !
bert Mrs. Flossie Brewer Mrs. 9 rF

B. J. Madison, Miss Ella Mae

1L Andrews, :Mrs Julia. Wallace HITTING FORM

Mrs Leola C. Dixon and Miss .'a rr

.i 4 "ClE'I Carmen Atkins. ; S :, __ __
I t WITH MARLINS >

YMCA DAY CAMP I 3.

OPENS JUNE 23
I MIAMI Frank
II I Herrera, the
I i Miami Marlins first baseman who
S t ,. a ii
r r* Registration has begun for the i was given a trial with the Phila- ,. sd
James Weldon Johnson YMCA : delphia Phillies was sent back to

day camp which begins June 231 the Marlins on the grounds that

through July 25. Boys from 6 to I he couldn't hit major league
s '
p_t ;- it 14 years of age are eligible to I II f pitching, is hitting at a terrific _

I attend. Camp will be held at : pace since rejoining the : L
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I Dames Point in New Berlin during i Herrera, who was called Marlins'l
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the period.: the best glove men in the majors, r --
i I A fee of $3.50 provides the !,,13 still doing a senstional job on & _

campers with transportation, the,'initial bag; his return to the I
+ feb, ...athleticequipment, and supervised -!:team has put mor fight into the

) activities..'Campers are advised .!I team has put more fight in the iI I KEN KNIGHT

to'\ bring' their own lunch I I f fI I be! was immediately.put back in ,- PRESENTING -

,I each day, and -wearcomfortable i!I i his old position. NIGHT I TRAIN

clothes and shoes.Additional I I I The Phillies as a club has not & P-'I. -- 12-1 NIGHTLY

I information may be t!\ been hitting tc-the point that the SWEET CHARIOT

received from Jesse W. Word at-I tpaM is making such a remarkable -

I the James Weldon. Johnson YMCA showing in the league stand- 1400 WRHC 1400

415 Broad Street. ![ ing. Herrera's hittting .was not

; .:30 to 10:30 MONDAY thru FRIDAY

A PLEASANT CHAT is held here between Mrs. Aline Jefferson, left. Mrs. Rose sportscasters I I! BLUES IN THE KNIGHT I
I
Morgan (Mrs. Joe) Louis. Mr. William G. Porter, assistant to the vice-president : VOTERSMIJSTBE 19:30.12 MONDAY thru SATURDAYPage

marketing. Anheuser-Busch_ Inc. and Mrs. Ruth Payne Flowers. The meeting took i "MUDCAT" GRANT

place during the 17th, annual convention of the Associated Hair: Dressers and Cos-
HELPS CLEVELANDIN
metologists of Missouri. Inc., in St. Louis. Mrs. Jefferson is state president and Mrs. REGISTERED *
fm
BATTLE FOR FLAG s
Flowers who was general convention chairman. is president of the United Beauli- f

clans Association. Mrs. Louis of the Morgan House of Beauty. N. Y., holds one of 10 Cleveland I'
: BY AUGUST CLEVELAND The
the gift trays presented by: Mr. Porter to the-convention delegates. I, I Indians' Jim (Mudcat) Grant the !
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pitcher from Florida has gone a, l
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in the 195S season to
long
way
.. Flo.
: :. ; TALLAHASSEE Any
\" '" ;::, ,. rids citizen who hopes to vote bolster the Indians pitching staff t ti
v' .- ''!' ..;. election i The staff was weakened since
in the Nov., 4 general j I
.,. I mast be registered by 5 p.m. !> Bob Lemon a 20-game winner last

Aug. 10.. Atty. Gen. Richard: 1 year suffered arm trouble and I II
a' .
Ervin ruled Tuesday.. I had to be sent back: to the'minors ;;: 1 >lI row nor r.bonatr.
:J
EniD advised'' James L; Graham I to get his arm in shape and i; .

t Jr. attorney for the State Early Wynn being sold to the ; i Gzs..l.s.

.'"111 Assu.,of Supervisors that under Baltimore Orioles made a big

j-: ...'jt the new September primaries, difference. j

,. the registration books must be Grant has been a comUtant '

: 'W dosed from 5 p.m Aug. 10 to winner for the Indians and con. I' $n. .

9 p-m Nov. 10. tinues to improve as the season

: L":1'F' Citizens will not be able to grows older. The Indiana front >raos Ire .r1b e

register for the general election officehas been: high in its praise ebonaireai

a Wo.1 hx:November Tees,they: -bays of the rookie right1 bander from
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-- qualified toivote in ttely party Florida. ,

ZION ,BISHOP DEDICATES NEW CHURCH-Bishop H. B, Shaw who preeidet primaries.

foyer the South Florida Conference AJ4.E. Zion Church+. shown center rear. la all The first primary election to
scheduled for Sept. 9 which
smiles"as the camerman catches this group. toot after he completed the dedication means, that tie .books mat FAMU: WODKSHOP

of a new A.M.E. 'Zion Church. !in Key West Florida. The occasion:., is the dedication close on Ang. 10. eThe.FIorida.: A & M College baa

..Stephen :A.MX.. Zion. Church Her.. James Butler,,pastor, shown standing on the The second primary wB be planned a workshop" in Home S :

'left nar.*-The Her. A. F. Hooper presiding elder. I* shown on the right,. ,rear.,The held...., on Sept... ._ ;.-.',,._ '-:- I ,-:..- I Furnishings this summer begin.
other: persons are officers and members of the saw church. nIq July 28 August 9.



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By C. Parham Johnson PHILADELPHIA-A few weeks J.. ., and Head Coach Jake Gailher has striven to bring the'beet

ago it was reported that Roscoe ,I< ..zn to Florida A and M Coaching Clinic and the same thing
(Goose) Tatum formerly of the "
Light Heavyweight Champion Archie Moore,pulled the Harlem Globetrotters, Harlem r ; : will prevail when the clinic is held June 913. .

"Males-for 196-pounds to hammer'out''a decision over 193- Magicians and then an organizerof 0--. ...' '... The 1958 clinic will be cut !!

pound Charlie Nerlraa who has been fighting in the heavyweight another group had bought the ...- .'''<..; .... <,. rira 21 lectures to 16 and a bull : Films of Clemson, Miami, Illinois

', for number of Norkus lest in a lopsided .. will b added for the
ranks a years. Detroit Stars baseball team from ., .. session e and Florida games will be
decision ,with the;referee',,scoring: '100 io 89 the Judge Ted Rasberry, operator of Kansas coaches to fraternize and pour shown during the evening! ses-

scored: It 100 ,to 85, and the Association Press' scored it City Monarchs and the Detroit out their sorrows and shed sions. Narrations wil be made of

.100 'to" 89 under the California's 10-Point must system. Stars, but Rasberry brands ..4iThe their briny tears over the past the various offenses and defenses

The victory was No. 174 for 'Moore since he started fight. the report as false. season and their losses through: by the coaches showing the

< b He has 126 knockouts. graduation and to out the
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PROMOTER JACK SOLOMONS I I terry said the story was released -I leaders of the Uih annual Coaching Clinic to beheld strong and weak points of the Ray Crowe, one of the fore
of England has offered 5000 fight title sometime in July. He is next seasons' schedules. most basketball coaches in the
4 as a publicity stunt through j at Florida A and M University June 9-13 are ready for '
tickets to Londons striking bus usiEg the same site he used when Russ Cowans, Chicago: Defender i Done More than 100 coaches are expected country will show the Crispus
will \ of the best clinic sessions ever held. Shown on the
free of charge if they to attend the clinic Chuck '
men he trained to fight Tommy (Hurricane sports editor, who acted in good left, :is Athletic Director and Head Coach A. S. (Jake) Attucks High School State Basketball -
end their three-weeks strike. Sol- Mather, former head coach of
Tournament film after
) Jackson in 1956 beforehe faith and on information given Gaither of FAMU. and clinic director who has announced
cmons said the strike is hitting the University of Kansas and now his lecture "Tournament Preparations"
on -
became champion. Patterson's him by Rasberry. The actual a' top faculty for 'the 1958 clinic: Coach ,Woody Hayes of
sales for the British heavyweighttitle backfield coach of the Chicago
June
owner said he was "hoping hei the Ohio State Buckeyes. 1955 and 1958 Rose Bowl Champions 13.
fight between champion Joe opponent, date and site of the Bears, has informed Coach Gaither The faculty for the 14th an-
could land the elusive Goose
I i I or and unanimously: selected "Coach of the Year will
Erskine and Brian London in I bout have not been named. that he will be in attendanceat nual clinic will be: Woody Hayes
I |i I get some bookings by using his head: the faculty. More than 100 college and high school
White City Stadium. If it works j jLi the clinic again this State Frank Howard
Patterson has not fought a topnotch !I I name." coaches will attend the clinic. year Ohio ; ,,
London, Solomons should be Coach Gaither has never misseda Clemson College i Burton Inswer-
I further stated that
contender since he became Rasberry I
invited to Jacksonville. I clinic, since there is very close son, Illinois; Perry Moss, Wisconsin
I Goose has not shown up for meter and the 22 -meter dashes I I
champion.
KENNY LANE leading con- f spring training and, that .he is and ran -a leg on the winning I I.tOOmeter A&T AGGIES friendly relationship between ; Tonte Coleman, Georgia
champion'Joe BIG DON NEWCOMBE Coach Gaither and Mather. Tech. Bob
Universityof
tender for lightweight says ; Woodruff.
I still trying to locate a bus he relayteam.. His record !
out that can give I' I Another feature of the clinic Florida
Brown's title knocked you any reason you Florida; Tom Nugent,
loaned
him for the Harlem Magicians -
second for the 100-meter
Davey Dupas of New Orleans in desire for the poor showing the ; of 10.3 WIN will be movies showing the 1958 State; Charlie Waller, Clemson;
'|I basketball tour. Allegedly, !event still s tan d s. Starting) !
the sixth round in Dallas, Texas. Dodgers are making, but. there : HONOftSi Rose Bowl game between Ohio Nick Ketys, Coral Gables High
,the bus burnedin Kentucky. !
|! when
not
blocks in use
Lane said he was disappointed in is only one reason, and that rea were I i I State and Oregon State and the School; Gene Ellenson, Miami,
It also that Ras-
was reported
the fight because he certainly did :son is the absence, of Roy Camp- : ;iTolan accomplished his feats. I 1957 Orange Blossom Classic and Sam Lankford, Florida; Ray
is not the GREENSBORO N,
:berry only one looking CIIARLES'' SIFFORD, the na C. A&T
expect more aggressiveness from anella. Don says the Dodgers are ;, I I I festivities. The Dattlers 27-21 Crowe, Crispus Attucks High.
lor_ Tatum; Others are the Internal de- I College athletes, members of Ag-
tion's No. 1 tan golfer was
just another ball club without I defeat of State in the
Dupas. Only a few weeks ago, I'I. Maryland : Coach Crowe will handle the
Revenue Department, Bill gie teams which this year won I
in j
feated recently Philadelphia by
the Champion knocked out Ralph Roy. He was: the heart and soul I 25th classic gave Coach Gaither basketball section which will be
I[l Spivey, the Nesbitts and a loan -Howard Wheeler. also of Phila- to-conference titles in basket- i'
Dupas of New Orleans in Hous- of the team, he was the difference ]' j his first undefeated; and untied: held June 12J3. The football section
I company1. Rumors from ball, placed second and third I
Jcar delphia. Wheeler shot a 68 to re-
A Dallas Is dickering between a winning and ; season will be June 912.
ton. group
Lane ing ball club. :friends of'Tatum point out that defeat Sifford. Both men repre- t-pecively, in football and basketball j|i
I
Joe Brown-Kenny -
for a BIG RONNIE SWAIN, JOS-I',the Goose will be playing baseball rented Fairview Golf Club. and did "fair" in track were i i' -
bout
this summer. ; JACKIE ROBINSON, the former honored ast Friday night at the
FLOYD PATTERSON, the foot 9 inches giant of Texas I Receipts from his basketball annual All-Sports Banquet :
of the
Southern basketball star will be- star Brooklyn Dodgersset I
world's heavyweight boxing champion team appearances in Cincinnati i off another bombshell in Los The, affair, held in Murphy ,
come a teammate of the sensational
has engaged a training site Bill Russel of the Boston and a few other cities have Angeles Urban League when he Hall, featured the presentation : NOW OPEN.PALMS!

:been tied Internal of the coveted college "
Revenue
to prepare for the defense of his. Celtics professional basketball up by was presented a plaque for great monogram
While and Spivey and held by the contributions to baseball. With to varsity performers in the ,
team. playing with Texas
Southern University, Swain broke courts in escrow until- it Is determined .; much fanfare OTHallty was pic- four-major sports.

which ofthe- two Is, tured as the man who gave the Several others were singled out
many scoring records. He was .
Tour lour times Southwestern All-Con entineled to the proceeds, the reports -, tan players their start in major for special awards. Among them
.
continued. Robinson said were: Milton Peters-Jack Gibson
ference selection and three times league baseball.
LuckyNumbers emphatically. He said ;Memorial Trophy;. Joe Cotton-
chosen on the A11-NAIA tourney "No very
team ference. Already football fans in, O'Malley was not the man, it Philadelphia ,Alumni Chapter A- I I IOF

if it had ward and "Most Valuable Player "
Branch
was Rickey
i GRAMBLJNG COLLEGE of Louisiana are talking about. the: ,
Awards to Edward Nesbitt football -
left to O'Malley. Negroes
been .
.
Louisiana and Jackson. College of football game. betwen Gramblingand ,
; Joe .Howell
fiom would not be In major league basketball
Mississippi have' withdrawn :Southern in' 1959.
Midwest ball now. He has done nothing to Wesley Baldwin, track and Warden
the Athletic Conferenceand
Lucky, Days, Lucky Colon WILLtE'TABBY, the red hot help baseball and that is the Pmflett) baseball
the Southwest Con-
BY ASTROLOGY joined centerfielder of the Louisville I reason the Dodgers are so far in'the The Ralph Jonhs Awards for
excellence in the four sports went II JACKSONVILLEFORMERLY
Ih Your WeklyHOROSCOPE ,Colonels is playing his position cellar now. They always disagree -
t r GUIDE I with 'Dobinson but eventu- to; ;Milton Peters, football; Alvin

18-28-46 bite a seasoned veteran. He is : they come around on Robin- Attics, basketbal; Bernie Mc- ( THE 2-SPOT)
ally
Sod $2.00 for your Hors 972-6S-891 hitting the ball at a terrific I son's side.'BRANCH. Jueen, track and Marvin Cham-

scope Guide with lucky num. rate also. Tasby is one of the RICKY of the era, baseball.

berg. lucky days, lucky colors. Watch This down tan players on the Louisville! Pittsburg Pirates has done it The coaches, too, came In for I
Enclose a stamped envelope. Bert I0ANe1NGNIGfiTL'YI I
,, team The Colonels are holding again. He promised a winner to special praise. ,Piggott, head,
football coach and Murray Neely,
-0- 3 7 down the cellar position in the Pittsburgh and from the way the line '
coach were presented trophies
I Pirates are playing baseball at
American Assodatio,' but Tasbyis by the track team in com-
the moment they will be troublein
Fin. In and Man to: : 8 getting his share of the gloryas the league throughout the sea. mendation for '''their outstanding ONSTAGE: ATfRACTION

]leadership and Cal Irvin, .heed
.ZODIAO. a >erfoimer. son. He built winner at BroOk-

'EDDIE TOi.ANr. the ,formerUnivemty"oiMich1gan"traCk lyn and' he is doing the same basketball coach, was' g1 en_" a

-. I P..a .Box 732jAcksonvfBe 483-11 1-390 star thing! ,for Pittsburgh., With 'such travelling case by the college. GENEALLISON
alumni. .
1, FJ.. Bob' Friend Vernon
-,-_ ., .___3S4075Sometimes -, .and: _Olympics, champion has pitchers as 'such Members of' the i 1937-champ-
Ronnie trine
and
Law
f Name ....................... he's up joined Joe Lewis to become theseceadit3n heavy stickmen as! Frank Thomas ionshlp, teun-' the''first to win ra:: '

ADDRESS .................; Heads Sometime,, subtracts he's; down, .star to be elected to, Roberto-Clemente, R. C: hardwood title for the college : !
held reunion
a at.the. event.,Tens
the :Michigan Sports, Ban of Stevens, Dick ;Great, 'Bob' skinner -
Qty.state .................. Be winks-.It aD wound of the original .12-players were I
1 FamejTOJan: gained his greatestbrmn'the and Bill Mazeroski and the

b.Birthday .......!.t.......... Com1ag others WhO are, pounding the ball on hand ad were introduced ,by ..
1932 otyiaplcs in ,-
.-- 8 DrV. Charles U; ,DebefryV, Eliza --- .
at terrific rate and fielding inI'nLnd -
a
month,A day 20-40-4)4 "-i-; J L4' \J AngelesSHe..\3t ** f won three. 'Gold. styJe.. ....' .,.._ bbthtown'school. principal.1 a:;for* ,"You. Ga..Mak4" I* If You- TrrUa.e FalilT

medals. ,Re captured : the 100-; ;I.Thi .tACSSONVILt.E 'LTIARIZ' mer athlete! and coach at A&T, .

r t >F19 I5: Inc:;;I made fd,"historic 'gesture 'Each waa.presente4'an. engravfie JIMMY
clasp and-a photo of the '1937* BECKt
L't : "'.,.. when 'they,gave ,a .beautiful '. ,t '3 '
quint. -
: -
; 'footballAtrophy" Stanton
-J to the "7
1 t t.1 _. fI ... t' Blue" Devils? winners, of the 'city 'Dr. W..' 1..' T. 'Miller, a representative *: and his Band

H '. : cliampionahlpi: ; The,:trophy is the of the'Greensboro-Men's: -wlih Chrfetin* suvuADMISSION75eMONDAY

-t t -i : ii; same type:that.fa,presented each Club read a citation .in, commendation ;

to the victors in, the gator to"..the; championship 4ba4P Thru THURSDAY,

i : Almost !l !ery odJ ; year bowl game., They went., a bit ketball 'teams of A&T and of SOc Friday. Saturday. Sunday and Holidays "

,
School
Dudley-lfiBb members of
furlher when they -donAted 'gold : 1

; 'WhO'1 footballs ,to the* :members of-the the :latter:'group being Invited as ,.;
A1zybotlyoe. : r. 1t 1- ; SAMMY DOUGLAS
1, : All-City; team.ALTHEA .. special guests for the occasion.- I ."

;t ">- "0 : Johnny B. MoLe_don.. ..head ,i .Mazier Of' Ceremonies K
GIBSON, is going
: basketball: coach at Tennessee'II
great again after a, slight falloff
Prefer 'GOR )'OHS: A&L: University at Nashville,
in her tennis games. It is I SPFCIALI.
; dueOtly whose teams have won-two ;
believed that the Jet ,up was
straight titles in one National SUNDAY 6:00 TO 9:00'P.M.

LoI 01J Dry G111 to preparations toward A 8 S 0 cia ilo rl"of Intercollegiate .
{ launching her ingmg"career.. Miss '
1 4- Athletics basketball tourneywas Aduft Matinee!
s i..wH r Gibson says however that.she is ,
1 \ :, .
guest speaker. "
.................... \. out to win ,the Wimbledon, :
t ...;, ;r I __ England championship again this He decried, the, trend of athe- ,ADMISSION 90c
t r-1t tic'deemphasls among' Negro COLleges
-,----- year when it is played :June 13-14.
i when for the first time, in !
M ? 1 TAN ,COLLEGIATE, 'FOOTBALL -: national scale on a integrated";* : And.:You: Can {Stay For The LATE LATE' SHOWI
STARS.Win; again show I

r' :;:: : -.{'.,_gin.at gin',should_.he... velvety smooth a i .". w their: ability 'in the, pro football I'history,
; traditionally dry. Gordon superb liqueur quality ranks in 1958-59. Talent, scouts : COMING NEXT" yWE.ES' !

:i j- ". meaDs sustained flavor in every drink. And its l0l 0fI have' bean very busy'- watching!I Receiving monograms were .

,:," ,.;.. ',: .' SO SMOOTH, YOU CAN ALSO ENJQY. IT. J. ;' w.... n.. Willie the schools GaUmores'to ,,get Bobby_some Watkins, more,I.r r Baseball Louis Artis:-, :Charles Garjand-Blackwellt Alexander;,f; .. STARTING" L 'MONDAY:- JUNE- 9. I


J {_. STRAIGHT. Jack.. licClaIrensv,Jack: McChmgs. Marvin.Chamers, Frank Hamilton,1 .. ii \- .

Atf f-' Lenny :Mobres, Buddy" Youngs andother Glen Hubert McI..InnakanrIPJr1_ Mok, Robert_ Faulkner:- filee.J'I i : -

IN em Ie GoRDoI S' I 'stars' who have made the 9 THE'PASTEL S

: .' irunstiles-: ;dick.at:. the pro football Warren >Pmkett James" 'RoOse,1|

:': # : :;.. : games. Many new laces will 'Paul Swann..Klmp Talley, ,. '; ,- .

r : AVAILABLE/ 4/5 QUMT be -added to- the' roDs when the 'Cotton, Theodore White and Ivory ; I


i ; 1K4 moot e *o% nuaiAi anp pgiup l noMOftw--L govern tey < for the Bennett Basketball student..+ Al manager Allies.)Joseph. .j i -;- VISIT :. I,

: Cotton, Donald Edwards, Herbert tll ,
: : ; *- ;.SMOOTH-SAILING UNTIL WE Gray, -Charles Harrison, Bernard j ,1 THEPALMS' DINING-BOOM- '.....
J;
:: ; :MEET AGAIN., : ': '. .' Haselrig Walter Holtzclaw. tj
: ,: -4"'.. ... --.....- -":' -.,;- :'-: .: .:__ -.

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Page Elgin THE FLOBID STAR Week Ending Saturday JUDe 7. 1958


Apis., For Rent 'CENTER PLANS Ritz Theatre-Offers" :Two Great Films; WIFE HITS. SPOUSEIN FASHION LUNCHEONTO

SUMMER PROGRAM FACE WITH CUP BE HELD SUNDAY
APARTMENT FOB RENT $1,000) INSURANCE IF YOU DIE OF FRIGHT

FuBriched. apt. 1543 West 19th WATCHING "MACABRE1; : BURIAL IS FREE! Cleveland Dawson,. 45. of 1619
Street. Phone EL' 4-1775. i The Jewels dub and Young
CALLAHAN Pine Forest II The Ritz Theatre, is offering two of the most widely W. 6th Street told police he Adult Committee of the A. L.

BOOM.FOR. RENTJohnnie' Community School Center has begun I discussed Currently films playing as its at the next Ritz two presentations. ,poured a cup of hot chocolateon Lewis Branch YWCA will presenta

Finest registration'for its first summer Fess !Parker co-star: their summer fashion luncheon, June
as
Booning noose. Theatre, direct from its Broadway pa his wife during an argument
Modern rents._ 8 at 3 p.m. in the social hall of
AH June .
fa Jacksonville. program that begins first run showing is the last Sunday.
Coming to the air conditionedRitz the Simpson Methodist Church.
covenlences. Boom by day or :
16. The program is under the direction widely talked about film story
for a limited ..engagement Featured models for the day Include -
night. For Information .phone of Emmitt Coakley and 'Old Yeller": .. ; Mrs. Ami Eugene Dawson hither
St. which is being haled as the most : Mrs. Bernice Green, Mrs.
EL -4025: 627 West Ashley '
'
W. D. Hicks, Sr, PrincipaJ and The film has been called WaltDisney's -husband in the face with
--. June f 11 13 is the screen's newe a Gussie Tqrrance, Mrs. Delphenia
.. 1 includes such activities as softball most dramatic* motion sot horror film, "MACABRE"spinetangling cup, cutting his left cheek Daw. Grlnson. Mrs.! Elizabeth Hayes,
FOR SALE! baseball .. picture' bringing TO: the scene
ARTICLES basketball' volleyball, L
Mrs. ra-
Mrs Minnie .Hawkins
flicker to come out son does not want to prosecute.
Power Lawn Mowers. Authorized track and field, recreational nil the excitement .' all the Miss
and ,
Daniels daughter
of Hollywood since the 'FRANK. p rine
service ,on all. makes..Wizard,. and games and swimming on Tuesday heart or great fciory.. '-.' ENSTEIN" ra. Patrolmen Jesse Jackson and Juanita Prince and Lawrence
Craftsmen specialties. Free pick and Thursday of each week. It is the'..deeplymoving' story
: The producers of the film, Wil- Johnny J. Dee investigated. Council.
/We and delivery servico. Peter of a remarkable family and a
up !; Beginning June 17, Swimming liam Castle and*Robb White, have
Street, Phone wonderful hom'el'y old yeller'dog
son's 3323 Pearl classes will be' held at the Fer undertaken through one of theworld's
EL'3-8O48. ... 1'00 ..which which leading movie
nandina Beach Swimming largest insurance firmsto ...
critics_ and experts, predict "to be -:- -:- HOME BARGAINS -:- -:-
pay $1,000 in the event of the
.
s.rely the "most .talked aboutIicture
: ; ; death by fright of any memberof
Real Estate in. yean Ideal Masonry House. Modern
the audience during. the performance 1723 W. 24th Street
I FOR YOUR Walt Disney keen-eyed spotter Convince PRICE $6.500.00
; .
of Junevile 'talent, introduces two
A tip of the Pepsi Cop $ LOANS $ DRIVER'S LICENSESOr extraordinary new child actors The policy is valid to all except 1319 Carter Street, Small House. Lights. Hot and

j to these outstanding Drive those known to have a,hearty Cold Water. PRICE 4950.00
Learning To in his* Technicolor frontier drama
$%, ",000
who
A Americans, $1,000 -
; young or nervous condition, the theatre
mi make bur country and Old Yeller. 1756.1804 Callahan Soulhslde.. Lovely home Modern
$4,000 inv to $25,000 AJAX,DRIVING SCHOOL management has explained.In .
Wb our community a better They areiSyearold; Tommy, Street Conrlences. PRICE $7.950.00
? place In which to live. Payable $1XX per ,mo. per" 'hun- 11M West 5th Street addition the Ritz manage-
unpaid balanCe'at 6%. Kirk and seven-year-old Kevin Lovely Modern Home. .
dred on ment and Allied have retained a "
44639 053.'W.17th: Street
ELgln Corcoran; both ,,alumnae of Dis- "
Let us help you to complete local funeral parlor 'Co take full PRICE $8,450.00Terms
.** ney's Mickey Mouse Club tele-
J..... your house.ot:.",refinance 38 GEORGE L. PERPENA, Dlr. vision series. Their roles in "Old charge of funeral arrangements 8123 Thomas Ave. 2 Houses and 4 Lois ,

," .. years in the same place.: Yeller," however,'are highly dra- without cost to the relatives of Lincoln Villa Price Is Right. $3000.00 Terms

"'" ..;l Call t! 'r; anyone who succumbs as a resultof
rtlati '* Two Houses on one Lot. Bargain.
,. fright from seeing I'MACAaRE" 5=or. Mitchell and
Tommy plays Travis Coates a Live in one and rent one
j. p. YOUNG Wilson Street
youngster propelled,into manhood PRICE $9.500.00

Mr. Simmons,.or .Mr....Walsh. FOR RENT by the harsh demands of -
Several bouses- not mentioned in this'ad
,Maui.ud,Monroe pioneer life,"-Kevin plays his brother -BEACH CLOSED will be shown by appointment.
.t 212 Masonic Temple Bldg. Vacation Cottage at Arliss. DorothyMcGuire and: VACANT LOTS IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY
Phone EL 6.8011. American BeachAccommodates RENTAL AND PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

** "' EL'6-3391 Six MAN'IS CHARGED 'AFTER NEGROESGO MARSHALL L. BROWN

accomo-
also Apartments Registered Real Estate Broker
All modern WITH DESTROYING
dates two. -
... .. ..to. .- } or Office Phone EL 4-1827 Res. EL 6-3486
---- conveniences. P one PRIVATE PROPERTYA SWIMMING
REFRIGERATORSSERVICED. 703 BROAD STREET
BEVERLY BRINKLEY write for Reservations.MRS. .

Douglas Anderson Jr. High *
of
charge destroying private I
School .. AND R. H. OLIVER property has been lodged against ST. PETERSBURG-The FIRST RUN! RITZ THEATRE THRU TUES.

Pepsi Cola Dealers and Pepsi* i REPAIREDCALLP0.4.0127 1453 W. 14th Street Robert Campbell Gary. 23, after municipal beach at St.Peters-

Cola Bottling Company are ELgfai 4-2410 he smashed "a window pane at burg has been ordered closed
Jf. ...sure to become one of the most talked-abouf pictures in years!
proud to salute Beverly Brink.* I the Florida Cleaners, 1444 N. until further notice because

ley of the 9th grade class, 'she..... I Myrtle Ave.. last Monday police eight Negroes used the dress- WAI/rSlSNSYS
Is a member of the National"'- reported.A ing room facilities and then MOST DRAMATIC MOTION PICTUREIK

Honor Society, New Homemakers -* B ng This. FREE PINKING pM! witness told police that Gary strolled out on the beach.I I I
; City Ross Windom issued I
Manager
-
of America and the ADV. For. and a friend came to the placeof

Science Club. ,... .. ..)* $4.95 Value business in an intoxicated con- the order:! placed guards

*********.** With Erery CONSOLE ditlon. When he was .asked to the around area.and posted Recreation signs Direct.or about.

T- Rf Sold This WeekT5 leave he smashed the window, City
Machine Jack Puryear said if Negroes

police said. attempt to swim In the pool it

SINGER would be closed also. f AN

AND OTHER Windom termed the action of o

; y PORTABLESSINGER STATEBRIEFS' the Negroes on the beach "ill

I ,.. .. advised." He said this was be-
jai1i $9)150) _
cause the city had provided equal
IL CONSOLES! JX
<
,
4- NEGRO CONGRESSMAN and, separate facilities for swimming -

COMPLETE SWORN IN OFFICE In the Negro area.

FREE HOME DElefONSTRATIONCONDITIONED WASHINGTON Rep. RobertC. The eight Negroes went to the r, wlld.ra...
made home,.
they a
Nix of Philadelphia, a Negro, pool area demanded admittanceand
Florida Machine & Supply where a man and a woman
Sewing was sWorn'lnto office Wednesday, were admitted.. They dressedin could build a dram.

505 W. Fowyia Street EL 3-9977 Increasing. to four the number of: the pool locker rooms but did and boy and a don '
MASTHA MURRAY could bye a housaadadvsntws.l
Negroes in the House.Southerners
not swim In the
there
pool was
-t
i Douglas Anderson Jr. High joined fat hearty applause nothing else I could do," Jack 'I

Sclao ti which honored Nix after Gough said. TMUUM flan Of TIlE KOPU WHO TOOK THE*JOT.CttUMf MB CKATMUS n H WE UNO)
Martha la a member of the the oath was administered Acting -
by
9th grade class, where she The SEAFOOD CenterCORNER Speaker John W. McCormack Police Captain Sidney Billiard WALT D JlEY f
stood by while the swimming was
[serves as president x>f her (D-Masa.).
r going on. There was no dis DOROTHY McGUIRE and FESS PARKER
i[homeroom. She Is a ,memberof AVENuE ADAMS Nix Is''a Democrat, as are the
AND
MYRTLE order. Puryear said the coupleswere '
the Science Club, Marching. other Negro House members i o. DLLBR
courteous and caused no
Bud, and an honor student.ft WEEK'S BEST BUY I Reps. William L. Dawson (DL), trouble. TECHNICOLOR: -a "e.A_

Charles C. Diggs Jr. (Mich.), and in!m m.n maun HOT an t c.m ...,...__.......w,.1q w_s.a
-tc ******* BLUE The incident was the first time
OCEAN BREAM Adam C. Powell,Jr. (N.Y.).There
Negroes have used the facilities
MEDIUM Lb.2' 5 are no Negro Senators. ALSO THRILLER "
fresh
MULLET ( ) ,--- C since the U. S. Supreme Court -
27TH
Nix
won a special election to fin
VIRGINIA RED FIN CROAKERS -Lb. ruled they could use them equally -
the nnexplred term of former Rep. DAY"I
with whites. .
Earl Cbudoff (D-Pa.), who real I

BLACK BASS.._ abed in January to become a __ u___ _

FRESH, SHEEPSHEAD 29c -Philadelphia judge.STBAHDTONITE- .

LARGE .MULLETSALT /

IF IT FRIGHTENS YOU TO DEATHYOU'LL


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CRAB MEAT for derUod crabs _Lb. $1.15 -lit BUHMIDNITE' <% BE, BURIED '_

Medium Pink SHRIMP for boiling I-h. 79c ONLY! FLEE OF CHARGE' ',; xN" ', '
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JUNE 8-14 ,
School .J WHITING _=_ .i92e >, :
MOONSHINERS -
mate So paid to Charles of FLOUNDER from Port gnvmttv Largo 45c .
fLb. ;? -
.. the 9th grade dace Bo fe ae n.COPSI! '

can oi 'his boeteroeBi.emter a FREE PARKING BEAR AND SIDE -Iit BUHROaEItT.- : : lr

of the Band ..Student'COOMB .
HLY and the N.uc-I .
THE SEAFOOD CENTER'
Vila. Society.Lbtea .. .

Myrtle Avenue and Adama Phoae El 4-1468 MITCHUJ M ---"....
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.I_ .IIdaUoa m Fe... oeiralti THUNDER RITZ I I., I .

_' 'I'IM"RWBIIID.. HII Tae Kiadezg&riea Doparimfeai Eu doted. The FRIDAY 13TH JUNE11iir'T't

ROAD
to 11t4d ;,>IL,
Children dad an enjoyable trip lo i&a Zoo on May \
plw "FORT DOBBS"CHat

&!&. The Nonary will remaia open throcgh the mo&ik '"CLereBneWaEce* iI .


". of July dosed ibe enllr me&ih of .AugwL Th Fell *ad 'Vbg te Mro


lea opeaa StptamNir Sad.Kladergar ROO Eva.1-1RJNADBJ.> .

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for, ib. Fall term. We,.ike .p.daKt. la keeping -PAT' OBHIEN-

mall babte fer workiag motkfra. Ages, two soalh "Kill Me Tomorrow"

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tad op. Location: lass We* 19& 'Street: oeraevBar&eS. '
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D k e3Jeei .
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