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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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June 14, 1958
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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."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 14, 1958
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00375

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Preceded by:
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ANOTHER CITATION: -AL-o receiving an award Is Dn J. Ining ,

w E. ..st-ott, director Education in the Xogro Schools; the award I Believe Minister Bought Auto NEW VOTERS -

t was presented by Mrs. Alice Griffin The awards were presented With Shiloh Church FundsBy

during the New Stanton High School's! commencement exercises.COUNCIL Staff CorrespondentMembers

j> 3 ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.TheSt.
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.i of the board of trustee and the deacon board of Shiloh Petresburg Registration Crusade .

Baptist hale filed suit in Circuit Court for a mandatory injunction has registered more than

APPROVAL OF INCREASE! aimed at remo\ing Rev., A. B. Coleman from Ids position as
L pastor of the church a little more than a montR" the

/d The plaintiffs are listed as Da- chairman of the Pinellas County
MAY LEAD TO COUNCIL CLEAN UT !I I
ry< ; vid Palmer and Lillie Saunders : WOMAN RESCUED Drive annaounced this week. Mrs.

I I Wimbish prominent St.
Bettye
members of the Board of rustee FROM DROWNING
By Eric O. Simpson I Petersburg civic leader and,NA
,1.and Matthew Price, \V. R. Davis, .i r
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'The Jacksonville City 'Council-by-fc4iCKi: 6JS+JHruiay;i p ". ,. .rsLst 'I S7 i'1JJr".!.r#e13U : _:.P- ; Cha nrran: .' "

night'.approved bus fare increase to 20 cenf,.mlh 'a fee'' ,., S"cG; ; MU dew, Percy,Bryant" ., year- 'ld woman-"was savMjKfrotn'
of '10 cents' for transfer. i! 'drowning last Monday at the Chairman of the St. Petersburgdrive
K- Lucius Bell, W. L. Brightwood,
I An increase in bus tare:;, was 1 !: 'Marion- South Mole police'reported.. is the Rev. Mr. J. L. Fennel -
Saunders, Perman William -
indicated following an agreement ,' Mis Lillivey Green 647 20th pastor of the New Hope

between the Jacksonville Coach 1 VIRGINIA VOTESINTEGRATE Early Butler, Nathan Love, i Street. South was released-from Baptist Church. The drive is a

JL v 'xkn : Co. and the bus drivers who have j J. C. Sherman, B. H. Kelsey, A. i Mercy Hospital after receiving cooperative effort with several

'Yo I been on strike for nearly three I Holland,* Mitchell Walker, Zebe-, treatment, Patrolman H; o sea.I organizations taking part. .

.f'a":? months, demanding salary increases i TO dee Dupree, George Washington,.i Rogers said, \ '

", "" ..... .. .- :i:-- .- -- ; I Frank McGhee, and James Gordon x At the beginning of the drive
I Officer Rogers said Miss oj April 13, there were only 2,
RECEIVES CITATION.,. Dallas J.: Graham; Is seen receiving the Major Haydon Burns, however I i i members of the Board of i
I Green was pulled from the water 704 persons registered. On May
I \\llson-AnderHon-Terry Award from Charles D. Brooks, the promised that he will veto the C H A RLOTTESV1LLE. Va. I! Deacons. ,
by an unidentified man after she 28, the report given was that a
Principal of New Stanton High School. (See photo, upper right). price increase proposal unless the i White parents facing an integration -
The complaining members are I stepped into water over her head. total of 3,732 or 1,028.Negroes:
bus company can prove the need showdown have noted 1 ,7-128
had been added to the book
seeking "an accounting and injunction -
for an increase "through strict .to let their children go to ClUB I I I

ST. PETE NEGROES DEMAND :\cco ting." with a few Negroes here rather for discovery agaist A. 1 "This does not include Clear-
B. Coleman in his his capacity as
than see the school shut down, it
; water Largo or Tarpon'Springs/
The mayor's veto could be over- "
END BEACH ridden by six votes of the coun- 'n'as' disclosed today. pastor of the church. WOMAN IS CUT Mrs. Wimbish said. "We have
OF SEGREGATED
cil. The Parent-Teacher Assn.! of The members charge that there ;ust organized the Clearwatre

-' !Venable. Elementary School made are several unsatisfied mart- drive and it will begin with the
iiany citizens have expressed, ;EX-flUSBAND a week or two. The Tarpon
public the result of a survey in gages and judgements againstthe
ST. PETERSBURG-Negro leaders renewed><1 demands Thursdayfor the opinion that''the bus company which parents were asked to church totalling $135,776.92 I Springs Drive is scheduled to

a non-segregated beach and promised court action if the city's which asked for and got a choose start at the same time. "
between a "measure of integration" I _The petition claims "the church
Spa Beach and Pool are not reopened soon. fare increase less than two years!! or a "closed c Ven- A 27-year-old woman was cut
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public j I! operates a kindergarten and defendant -
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The city closed these facilities ago' is passing on all its opera, able school." in the back with a knife last Sun- Playing an important part.
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(Rev. Coleman) has con
within the 'past week after Ne- were not consulted about plans for tional costs to the public without II day by her ex-husband when she the effort are the Rev. Enoch P.

groes went swimming at the beach. this beach. making too much effort to econo- The results were-177 for partial sistently failed and ref1to. got into a car in which he was Davis, pastor of the Second 'Baptist

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled last "If the Spa is not reopened very mizep t. Into effect money- integrtion; 128' for closing the i to account for the money received already seated. Church, St. Petersburg and
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year the city must allow Negroesto soon it most CE'rtainlyill be the aving efficiency methods. I school. and 138,not. voting., > from the operation. Mrs. Louise Nickelson of 1016 F. A. Dunn, president of the St.

use them. j subject court action." he said 13 Negroes Apply The plaintiffs in the filing say Duval Street told police she was Petersburg Branch, NAACP. The
The. also asks removal There is every indication, too, q with her Florida State Conference of NA
Club
program I ; at the Palms Night
Thirteen Negro students defendant has
Work was. begun Wednesday on I : :: haveapplied they "believe pur-
of signs! in buses that that many members of.the. City. Do- Branches has given assis
a new beach for Negroes, but it city stating I for September admission I purchased in' his own name friend Doretha Mormon when ACP ,
should seat from the Council."who "Vote.to:: increase for is the
Negroes
>rear retha's boy friend came for themin tance. Also taking part
was doubtful that this would stem to the. school under an order by with funds of the church a station -
and for equal opportunities for another increase ,will reap the I the Pinellas Voters League.
the tide of demands. I U. S. District Judge John Paul automobile" and areas car.W'hen
4 NVgroes;as city! bus drivers. seeds of their action when they for Charlottesville t'o'desegregate wagon 'she got in the car she
J. P. Moses, a Negro member election orseek I rag for "a. mandatory injunc-
I come up _for again I I I its schools next 't ll.I' found her exhusbandClinton
call
of the mayor's interracial advis- other. off.ces.. tion ordering the pastor to Nickelson 30, 721 W. Union St.,
i
ory committee, said an 11pointprogram I I' There,'w qg -n:official commentby : I a meeting' for the purpose of already seated in the car. After

has been drawn up in;I DOMESTIC FIGHT t FIRM PROTEST LODGED: : city or state leaders: on the electing ,officers and to give a riding around a few hours, she and 13 INDICTED IN

hopes of solving racial problems ,! AGAINST BUS FARE HIKE i poll but it brought immediate criticism I complete accounting of all moray her ex-husband got into. an argument _

and that City Council will be asked "A firm protest against a bus from segregationists here. recevied and disbursed bythe she said.

to sit down with Negro leaders !SENDS 'HUSBAND fare increase at this time has "The solves 'nothing I church.. She said when she wanted to go I LOAN SWINDLE:
questionnaire' -
and discuss it. been registered by the National home he cut her with a knife and I _
said Robert Ready, who ran '
Defense Transportation'ASsocia. of the Mrs. Nickelson -
out
The first point is a demand for TO HOSPITAL for the city council on a segregationist got car.
adequate beach facilities with no tion.. Uck.last'. year.I ." suffered a deep cut on the left TALLAHASSEE Two Negro
JAXON RECEIVES side of her.back. She said she is women were among 13 persons
signs: designating them as Negro Archie E. Johnon, the organization's "if the question had read: "Do
willing to prosecute.-- indicted Thursday by a Leon Coun-
areas. Moses said it is a question favor SCHOLASTIC AWARDAvon
said in let you integration or the closing '
a
An argument that turned intoa president :
Patrolmen E. Jefferson and H. jury in connection with
whether the new beach would be of the school "he said, "the ty grand
fight in the home of Mr. and ter to the city council that.at nQ to $100,000 .
Harley investigated. theft of from $50,000
acceptable, and aside from the
far'as results of. the poll would have Kirkland, a native of
Mrs. Walter Robert Giles, 1212 time during the strike as loans company, office -
problem of signs the Negro citizens from a small
are dissatisfied because Logan St. last Sunday ended with the group knows, "have any figures been different"No Jacksonville, was a candidate re here. .,.

they Mr. Giles being taken to the hospital been given either: to the public .Such Thing" cently for a Bachelor of Science
for treatment of wounds in- from Clark College in Miami Boys Held The under indictment in.
or:jthe City Council that indicate There Is nO.such thing.as partial degree group
flicted by his wife. an increase in the fares to integration," he added.Miss AJantaGa." : For The Death Of eludes three former officers of the
MAN IS STABBEDIN loan .
Mr. Giles told police he and his be a Just or desirable course of Mr: Kirkland majored 'in School ,Custodian company.Six

CAMP DISPUTE wife, .Mrs. Pearlie Mae Giles, got action.In Chemistry with a ,minor In Mathematics of those accused in the loan .
MELTONIA'COBBTO -
into an argument over his wife's the ..ab nee of a rate analysis rand graduated Cum' MIAMI A 14-year-old boyis company looting are in custody.

GAINESVILLE A 35-year. going off,leaving their young baby the ,letter continues, the GIVE RECITAL Laude In a class ,of ninty. He reported to<< have stabbed a custodian They are George Kramerich Jr.,

old man was stabbed last Tuesday alone. public has. no reason to assume also won the Woodrow Wilson to death at Booker T.Wash: former manager; William A. Griffin

during an' 'argument in a that a''fare increase la necessary Fellowship: for 2700.00 and will ington High School inside, the Jr., former assistant manager;
the
During argument she the'Yt.
pickedup
labor camp north ,of Santa Fe. an unidentified despite an increase: in the dr vwage& The Women's Auxiliary of .tudy"at. WashingtonUniversity locked building last Wednesday.. Marcia S. ,Raker, former secre-
glass object off -
Ideattfledthe ers' to the Sinai Baptist Church will Spell said the i tary; Ben Earl Jesusp. an auto
give JaclaJ n. Detective George
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Sheriff Joe Crevasse the TV set and struck him with it i Ccbb this fall Last: year be'yroo a
MeltorJa in
present :MIss : which : salesman and two Negro women
Adama Ever vine Coach Company a reasonable threw a 16-inch chisel
man as James causing a laceration over' his left auditorium lit. grant from Clark and Experiment boy
of the Sinai
th
hart 'Watervffle, ,N.Y. who. was eye and several minor cuts about return on its investment.It \ -In Intema.tionaJ'Ving to penetrated the heart of Emerson BidisUr Refine and Johnnie Mae
.Musical. Recital June 15 .in Freeman died.with Moore.
states 68-
treated for cuts on his arms and his face,police reported. that fares charged Church travel in Europe. He is a member Freeman
Baptist State W. D. Hopkins said
legs and 'released' from :Alachua 'The officers said when they reached by transportation companies t In of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity in minutes. Atty.

General Hospital. the scene Mrs. Giles had already other cities are less and'assumes Miss M. Cobb is a graduate and was student council The"boy and a second boy also the loan company thefts were accomplished -

JIBs Mezela Lewis, 24: Ocala, fled but the husband was that they are receiving affair re- of New Stanton Senior High president in his junior year. 14. were turned over to juvenile automobile through loan a series deals of in

was arrested and placed in taken to Duval Medical Center for turn. It requests a rate analysis School She is presently a student authorities. Spell said preliminary phony
of did not reveal which names had been Inventedand
county jail and charged with treatment. and the acquisition of statistics at Edward Waters College. She Mr. Kirkland is the son qpestioning

assault and battery, the sheriff Patrolmen E. Jefferson and H. prior to approval eta. fare mtncrease. win be accompanied by Miss Mrs Lula ,IL Kirkland .of 707 the events leading. up'to,, the stab- credit ratings falsified along

-aW: !. Harley investigated. .- Rose Lynn Harrto._ ... Court G.. Jackiovine. bing. with otter illegal practices.
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I FIORIDA STAR .j r'- a 4-., ". I
THE .. is v0U AA>'C : "Politics As Usual :
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,. ,RACE !. ,By.Eric-- o.. ;Slanpron'-t
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7' Published, by The. Florid. Star.. Pa. >.."___w.i..z'... C*. i
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From time to Urn I have aeveily criticized Jaxons either.far

-- MAIN, OFITCB 'a PLANT: their apathy in registering so,.that they can vote and.have. ,a.voicein ;;

"''acs Moncrtof' Road' ....:.......... EL 44782 13/44783 goVenSment. or for,. what I disoe. reed.. to be the 'lack, of. abWy

Downtown'''<'., ... Each'Of&e-. : 423- Broad Street--Phone* EL: 4J773 rr I to unite" .fox.. progress. .
,- I The< situation has not changed

Malting Address I completely, but I. am happy' to that ,anyone who hopes to 'vote
.__. P. O. ,Box Ml?;JacksoprtlJ 1, Florida ;
say that ,many people ,are waking in the vital elections n =,r.\VP,

Erie O. Slmpaon ,..........S...........................Editor up lo the need for registering ,most, be !registered by, the August -
O. Farham Johnson ...............................New Staff r., l AT and many of the registered voters 10 deadline.

Altamae Richardson .........................Circulation Dept. pit a 1l( are beginning to take more
I personally urging every
am
tO interest; in, our local government.] ,
Member of Associated Negro Freaa $ Evidence. of this awaking was Negro man and .woman "over,.theI
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seen 'in the way Negro citizens I age of 21 who has resided in Du
SUBSCRIPTION BATES -- ,.. 1.
turned out to vote "No" on the val County for six months cr
One Tear, f&OO<;< Half, Year, $s.00; Three Months, $LIO proposal to appoint the. Superintendent
Malted To Yon, Anjwbere In,.The :United ,State, of Public Instruction andabolish more,to, become, qualified, vote.

>SnEwcriptloM Payable la AdftDee. Send Checks or Honey Orders Tot the trustees. The Negro It takes' but a ,few minutes. It

GLOBED STAB-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE>l1, FLORIDA voters, without a doubt, were responsible costs nothing but a ,few minutes

for the decisive defeatof of your time.
Go down fb the Supervisor of
the proposal.
Registration's office in the County /
SURFACING MQNCRffiF AT'LAST' Court House on Bay Street

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: end become a registered voter.

4. .. Our only hope for progress is I ,
At long last they have surfaced Myrtle Avenue. from. a in our vote. We must have

,Eighth: Street to 26th ,Street and. work is; in progression- enough registered Negro voters
a. i.te
Davis, Street and Moncrief RcL ) so we can help to elect officials
Work is being done to improve the terrible drainage : ; who will look after the interestof

conditions under which we have been forced to live fora the Negro as well as the white

number of years. -' people. It is only through our

It is difficult to say what would have been done, had vote that we can help to defeat

not concerned ciizena and the watchful Negro 'press kept : r ; those officials who have sat in ,

constantly reminding our city fathers of the 'conditions N.r4 office and done nothing to improve -
that need to be rectified fact of the matter "is" thata the many unpleasant conditions

one point, it seems as though certain of those streets were UNTIL THAT THEORY IS DENOUNCED. WE FORFEIT OUR WORLD LEADERSHIP under which we have had
not being given the slightest consideration. to live.

Nevertheless, at last the job is being done and citizenscan
look forward to better and safer driving out Moncrief The registration of Negro voters .
Road. shp which stood at about 25,137
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Your Weekly has fallen off about 4,027 as a
result of the recent purge of the

books. If you are one of those i
THE EXODUS TO COME Horoscope Guide
.- 4.027 voters who has lost your 4

.n_ _,,_w birthright by virtue of not receiving

AFTER THE FIGHT IS WON WHICH Ate YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR ,"o..m--- your new voters registration -

BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL Indications that more and more card, we urge you, by all
Negroes are beginning to take means to do so promptly. Dontwait
until the rush starts. Go
PABLO The ASTROLOGER : interest in civic and political mat.
By down today and become' a VOT
Once more we are faced with the annual exodus The I ter is found in fact that each ING CITIZEN
day brings dozens of I
summer spells vacation for all of the querries
nation's
schools; thousandsof ARIES terests guard your children a- SAGITTARIUS
from readers in quest of Information In order for our vote to be ef
young people will be heading for their respective destinations Born March 21st Thru April 20th gainst accidents, and be patientin Born Nov 23rd. Thru Dec 21st i
on guidance in civic, poll fective-so that we will have the
and callings. For most of them, things shouldn't be too bad; there'llbe The 12th would be a. good day the face of delays in your You will have cause for anxiety tical, social and economic mat- balance of power-it "vill be
to negotiate a loan from some creative work. Consider any set. over mate or partner,
your
the usual big switch: Kindergartens to Grades, Grade to Junior ters. Indisputable proof that Ne- necessary that we have at least
friend or relative if that. is nee. backs as only a challenge to yourtenacity older people in your care may be- .
High, Junior High to Senior, Senior Highs to College, College. Gradsto I gro Jaxons (we are speaking of 40,000 registered Negro voters.
and confidence. Your ill
Cssary. These periods could also patience come seriously and your
Universities, and so on down the line, with special mention bring you some setback in your win be rewarded in a big responsibilities become much hea the plain, ordinary citizens) are Let's make our goal <. .40,000

given? to those who'll be heading for the Armed Forces. long-range plans, either becauseof way on the 20th.. You will havea vier. These aspects do bring de- waking up was in evidenceby the registered Negro votersEvERYTlm
your obligations to older people chance for a trip, romance will lays and frustrations, deplete number of voters who called the G'S 40.
Let us, however, take a look at those who'll be starting out FLORIDA STAR for advice and
or through. the interference of be more promising, and your your energy, and accent the danger
aa adults; those who'll not be returning to school when the summer life guidance on the school superin-
in-laws. A display of patience I* personal happy. of accidents. But remember, 'tendent
comes to an end; who'll not be dependent upon their parents any the 'smartest way to handle such 21ouua121S.vmoo it is only a temporary phase.CAPEIOOBN trustee issue. -
There
is
also encouraging evidence
longer, who'll be, for the first time in their lives, faced with theresponsibility delays, since: at best they are 0 6ft 58 66 64 B68.
that the everyday citizen.
of supporting themselves and their new found families only temporary. There is no need (not the socalled "better class"Negroes
for you to fuss 8.11ci fume. Born A. ust 24th Thru Sept. 23rd iSYOUINAME
or contributing towards their own support at home; all of these professionals and semiprofessional ,
1-40-99--87-140. Older people in the family circle Born Deo. 22nd Thru Jan. 20th
and a few more thoughts come into play when we stop Just fora could become in or need your You win have some setbacks ) but, rather the hon

moment to consider, "what is there for them to come into." TAURUS care. Guard them against accidents I in your employment. Too, these est working men and women are

Born April 21st Thru May 21st of all kinds, and try not appositions stress the danger of anxious to unite and are willing
The country ia still in a state of recession.: Just about nothing to follow the leadership of some INTHE
By now_you may be looking for I to feel irritated if home obligations accidents where you work. Patience -
save juvenile delinquency is on the upswing; and if these entries bust they can trust.
with
anew residence: and good opportunities interfere your and stamina are what you
into the human adult race are iU-equiped there's but .very little tosiajre for such a change win ness and professional duties. need through this critical week to This was determined by the in- BOOK?

them< from falling by the wayside. To be ill-equlped these develop between the 10th and Home is more important now, and enable you to carry the heavyresponsibilities creasing number of men and women -

,days. i* to have- but a mere} high school diploma. In: years gone by, 12th. Extra taxes might prove a you would only regret it later on which will be who have made known their

this,was the time of year that most .of our nation's large factories burden or you might be disappointed if you were negligent or thoughtless thrust upon, you. desire to join the Duval Civic

a d.:plants would begin.their. training programs for new employees: in any assistance you to anyone in the family cl '. 770898887778.AQUARIUS. League as well as call this writer

the' West would be waiting with open arms for the young reapersto expected from your partner. The cle. either for advice or complain

arrive;, all over the nation various 'tomiS of Industry 'and tasks 17th brings a much better trend 4--80 4426" 12 828. about some existing unpleasantor

In .life' would be awaiting: the High School Grads. 'Today, however, into your financial affairs. 'Ask Born Jan 21st Turn Feb. 10th undemocratic situation exist-
Ii'LJ the. Scientist who is being waited for, it is the technical skin for a raise, or' go after a new lIBEABorn' Either a new and more suitable ing in our community.The .

and not the man power that is being awaited these days, it is the J Job on the 18th and 18th.l7033.4831171. Sept. 24th Thru Oct. 23rd romance will come your way registration books are open
ability1 to build machines' > tq save 'man labor' that is being Bought. But this is immediately folkw- :or the companionship in your once again, but they win be dOSe

It is in the wake of this,national upheaval, this re-programmj! ed by adverse aspects of the ,marriage will become stronger. ed on August 10 which means

of systems and ways the surge to overtake the Russians, and the GEMINI 16th. Do not travel a t these The period may bring. you distressing --
necessity of it all, that we find a people made up of the world's Born May 22nd Thru Jane 21st times, as the danger of accidents news of .the Illness of

people trying so desperately. : get along with what they have You will strike up some new is quite acute. The period may some older friend or of your own LET'S GET TOGETHER
got, while busily training and pleading for additional trainees. It friendships during the week that also bring you disturbing news children, and not much will go

is',m the midst of this valiant struggle to become scientifically able. follows, which' can prove very of the illness of some elderly rel- right In your romantic life. Be ''
>that we..see the age old folly of them all still prevailing. beneficial to you afterwards. Anew ative.- Many of your plans will patient during this difficult week.rcrs MEN & WOMEN WANTED
> ,romantic interest'may enter have to be' changed and delays p -$0-83-73--M 9*.
There .has not been an occasion of want To Become. Part Of A Strong OrganizationThat
; a state of emergency. your life ,on the 9th and 10th.. win prove exceptionally frustra
or any Ball of the country: that,has,been ,ignored by the American) : ; '
but give, such emotionsthe test ting. Don't undertake importantcorrespondence Will Work For Progre
Negro;. even.now during America' _struggle against the communist .
with
of time.ai'they may be only ep of your own Bon Fe*. 20th Tkru March 20th
surge forward in scientific advancement; quest for power here inV hemeral. The great testing Period in this interim. r -0-

Wee, and' in outer.space, the Negro strives to help,his.cam tr.Y of the 'month' for. you _come* on S-:4-U-U-u-au.;; 'This calls for the utmost in a ABE YOU INTERESTED? ;

4fttp of itself. They are the only people in America who ,not the 13th, when the Sun opposes conservative juttracauttoua approach
wily have to battle. with the authorities and the courts, to get into Saturn 'not only creating dangerof SCORPIO to an business or flnan;. IF SO. FILL IN THE BLANK BELOW

a reputabe school, but ,in some case have to keep up a runntaj accidents, but also bringing Bona Oct. Mth,Thru Nov. 2ti dal problem Don't buck yoursuperiors 'MAIL
TO DUVAL one LEATTGBSJS3
battle with the constant oppositions he's liable to be confronted you great anxiety about marriage Check ;tax returns carefully at this time accept the MONCBIEF BOAD DYES

with while attending school. or any other partnership. This now don't depend .too much on heavier responsibilities which win

Ia these the could be a time of sorrow. any assistance from your part
; days of the Uniting en the waff, we say 'KUDOS' into lap, and fulfill -
te those who have risen,from the .stero-typei'rank* of manpower, 2-30-, ,',8.sa-& -9S9. ner, and refuse to handle other be dumped your I WANT PROGRESS

.we .say. weD done to those who have fought for scbooHBg, gmtoetKliasflte peoples' money. With the beat aD your duties, to the best Register Me As A Member Of

aB opposition, achieved, his COle and. Is BOW' at least CANtiaBBorn of intentions, you, could make of your ability."This period is only t

trjtejr,|o help Ids country; ia it* time of tregfle, we I&Y&ht k you* Jane 22nd Thru July 23rd some..serious mlntafrm of judgment a,challenge.to show what you THE DUVAL CIVIC LEAGUE
The most elevated planet in
for praoedfeag us and makag it so assuredly possible for the and lay yourself open tocriUcim can do when under pressure. Both

ire I cxodaa of not just a few who withtood the straggle, but your solar chart. Over the first days are dangerous for accident, WhkJi tym igs I n r
tie Bany who passed the test week .in June, when it was still '
ia Pisces, Mara stimulated your 6-50- 45-21-658. &_$0 5580 63 898. Batter Streets Drainage FadliHaa,

-Hugh A. 'Wilson mental powers. From that domi- Negro Firemen Civil" Service Job
nant' position, ,"it gives you 'fargreater GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1957 Equal Job OpporrcaiUM N
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control over all situations Use Wi eoapaII..J.eam mare about Negro ,Doctors At Medical Cesiir:
coin for mob beroooope erred by eIIIiIe said .
"- in your life. However do dime'n ) Boiler Tr-tfttftJ'ID'Stcr
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not do anything to jeopardizeyour addrered, stamped fIIIftI pe. Write pialeb. DII dees'aot apply A Negro YMCA Build

b job or to force issues where. to # f of .the domtslaa dII Oaaads. GeaenJ c-9Oftftt'7 Improtemrsnt '- t y

,, you work on the 13th and '16th. -
: Guard against accidents' .too. in II PABLO, FORIDA STAR ASTROLOGER_ II I am Interested la b&owBf woe of the other brrIn

your place of employment. If you I 0 BOX 5617ACKSONYILLE
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HONORED..EVENT Members of the Zeta Amica Auxiliary Mathews Mrs. M. H. Campbell Mrs. Annie Bell Lee Mrs; Eliza Pansy Washington Mrs. Ida Walker J. C. Collier standing. Mrs.

to Zeta Phi Beta Sorority who honored two Jaxons for their beth M. Nelson Mrs. Leola L. PowelL Mrs. Lula Courtney Mrs. Ally Chrispen. Mrs. Anthony Klnposx and Mrs. Hazel Argrett.

outstanding achievements in the community are seen in the photo, W. T. Smiley, Mrs. Aria L. Peterson, Mrs. Eola Gaines Mrs. In live photo at right. in the same order are: Mrs. Alica Be ty,

at left. From left, seated are: Mrs. Wilner W. Darrell, Mrs. Bertie Alice S. Bellaney Mrs.Marguerit M. Daniels.: and Anthony Kinnon (honored guest) Mrs. Anthony Kinnon.

Simmons Mrs. Verdie M. Cruse, and Mrs. Ora L. McI er. Standing In the center photo are guests who were in attendance at the and Mr. Eric O. Simpson who presented the awards-

In the same order are:: Mrs. Willie G. Morton Mrs. Wardell colorful affair. From left are: Mrs. Alpha Hayes Moore Mrs. (Florida Star Photographs)

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The club met recently in the I ZETA AMICAE CLUB BREWSTER 'MOTHERS' MISS F. GRIFFIN PHYLLIS WHEATLEYTO

CLUB NOTES home of Mr. and Mrs. Willie I
PRESENTS CITATIONSThe CLUB SPONSORS ENTERS CONTEST Wedding BellsAPPLICATIONS SPONSOR TRIP
Cason. Seasonal flowers( were I

MADISON The Christmas used throughout the home. ANNIVERSARY TEAThe I

Saving Club meeting will be heldIn Mrs. Christine McKinney, president Zeta Amlcae Club met re- Miss Florence E. Griffin will be FOR A trip will be sponsored to

in the home of Club sponsored in a and Talent MARRIAGE LICENSES Silver Springs. June 26 by the
the home -of Mrs. Mamie: was in charge of the meet. cently Mr. and Brewster Mothers' Beauty

Curry. June 20.S'raYSOD'S. mg and Mrs. Lessie Tompkins Mrs. J. ?W. Bolden with Mrs. will sponsor its anniversary tea i Pageant by the Rabia Court 25, Phyllis Wheatley Chapter No.52.

received the hostess gift Ora McIver and Mrs Lula June 29 from 4 to 6 pjn. A short daughter of Isis an auxiliary to Pride of East. Chapter 19, and

Members present at the meet- Courtney serving as hostesses for program has been arranged for. Rabia Temple 8, Ancient Egyptian Frank Coo Breaker Jr.. 808 St. Matthews Chapter No. 143,

ing were: Mrs. Mamie Curry, the occasion the affair. Order Nobles of the Mystic Court D, Blodgett Homes age 21 Order of Eastern Star and Mecca

Mrs. Eliza McGee, Mrs. Vivian The contestants for Miss Brew. Shrine of Duval The and Violet A. Jones, 40 N. Parra- Court No.1, Daughters of
J. C. Collier served as masterof County.
ster Mother
are Mrs. F. M. Jones
SmithMrs.. Ida McDaniels Mrs.L. .
ceremonies for the affair and and Mrs. C. Carter. Pagent will be held, June 14 more Street, age 20. Spinix, workingunder the Prince
Tompkins, Mrs. James :Miller, i
221 Latin Street Mrs. Irene McKinney, Mrs. C. Mrs. Elizabeth M. Nelson introduced The general public have been through the 15th. Vernon Griffin. 619 Shetter Hall Jurisdiction Masonic
Busses will leave at the -
Davis, Mrs. C. McKinney, Mrs. Eric O. Simpson who presented invited to attend the occasion Mis Griffin will be one of eight Ave.. age 32 and Edna Kirkland Hall, 913 Jefferson Street;
Anthony Kinnon and
Thelma Hester, Mrs. Jannie Bel. Mrs.' The social for the month of young women from various sections 325 11th St North. Atlantic Bch., at 9:30: a. m.
Alicia Beaty with citations for May Was held in the home of
and Mrs. Rachel
WeekEndSpeciall lemy Benjamin.Mrs. 35.Chas..
age
of the state for the
outstanding services in the com. Mrs. vieing i
M. D. Robinson. Serving as
Alexander assisted the hostess -
munity. hosteses for the affair were'Mrs. title of "Miss Shrine of Florida" Boddie Jr.. 1011 Walnut TRUE VINE CLUB :

The next meeting will be held J. E. Davis.: Mrs. )(. D. Robinsonand In addition to the contest, the St., age 17, and Anna. Lue 1' PLANS HOMECOMINGThe

September 1. Mrs. M Hagins. daughters will feature other Lawson 2726 Calloway Circle,
WESTSIDE COMMUNITY CLUB
MEETING' events including "Queen of the age IS. True Vine Club, of Secoai
ANNOUNCES
The Westside Community Club Daughters" contest, a parade of Arthur Davis, 1050 Madison Baptist Church will present its
annual homecoming progr'aDt.rune ,
held its meeting recently in the = :; Stars and an Oriental Tea. Street, age 21 And :Mildred Joyce
SUMMER : : 15 at 3:30 p. m. in toe
home of'Mrs. Rachel Brown, 1321 ., Scott, 955 W. Beaver Street, age home of Mrs. Eaten Swinton 531
W. Seventh Street, with Mrs, G. CHAMPION CLUB 17.
I'' West Beaver Street.
DRESSES Weston Mrs. V. Vickers and. with

Mrs. B. Pope as co-hosteses for:I LOUISE G. GUINYARD OBSERVES- EVENT

the meeting. Plans were com

$5. pleted for the outing to Silver It's a (girl for the John J. Cofomans, Johncille Karen, who put The Champion Social Saving GRAY HAIRS
wed
Springs June 29.LUCKY in her Appearance at Brewster Hospital at 12:45 pjn. Friday, Juno 6. Club will celebrate its six anniversary .- worry jwi no raw*.

s s s t at the A. L. Lewis Ww.L tt..dt's '
E AU DENNA
16. CLUB With the approaching summer season bridge groups; are disbanding Y.WJC.A. Sunday June '15, from .uQVID
PLANS CONTENTSThe to permit members to have a complete vacation, and the 4 pjn. to 6 p.m.Participants HAIR COLORER
SLIPS andPETTCOATS Wnf cv.r WNY tuif h It.. M ai.a..M..*
Lucky 16 Sewing and Saving few clubs remaining active are taking to the patios,.and beachesfor for the program to )!.ttw..id. ... kiM. It ....' WM .r*y. It-M
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Ot liMriM with a t bewik W
Circle has planned' a popularity meetings. i be presented-are: Mrs. Lola May. ...d... It. N* pack.'N. MM*.
contest between Mrs. Fannie The Zenith Ladies held their final meeting last weekend InI hew. Mrs. Estell Odgen, Mrs. R. ANYONE CAN PUT IT ON AT HOME
I YOU SAVE TIME AND MONEY N....will..r
Robinson, and Mrs. Polly the home of Mr. and Mrs L. R. Burns, 2124 Davis Street I L. Grant, Mrs. Louise Hollis peel your hair |M. b.wt-rfy.4. L.... It NIt
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Whitfield as a part of their anniversary Mrs. L. B Child, club guest, received a lovely gift- from the Mrs. Emma Atkins Mrs. Myrtle -IMt wiifwi color if prp.Hy IIHIW-! pM
hostess Means, Mrs. Mae Roberts, Mrs. WILL NOT TURN HAIR REDDISH
159 celebration. If will ... rvb .ff. It .,.,. M .....*| ......
Club prizes were won by Miss Elizabeth Jones Mrs. Janle Clara Albertie Mrs. Ethel L. S1.IIIul"m, MO bathiitf, MM, P.-.. __
tag, <*Hw. Mfreight..** In*. MtWi tafcwit
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BETTER COMMUNITY CLUB Reynolds and Miss Mary Prime. Jones Mrs. Francis Scrivens .*. V.. CM cvr w/ w.r, ... Matter tow
2 For $3.00 Mrs Burns' guests dined on delicious broiled chicken halves Mrs. Laura Harris ...bb.r. M 1ww COMMA:: IIACXWONDERFUL.. $LAQC.
HOLDS REGULAR MEETINGSThe Miss BillyJ. All ...... fler ....
Better Living CommunityClub served with carrot salad, beets, hot biscuits and other tasty items. Scott, and Mrs. Leola Taylor. FOX TOUOtMO Vf
Y..as...It a.ivd............c-.............,.._....
mel recently in the homeof Mrs. Theodore M. Chritopher is preident of this delightful. Invitations have been extendedto ........b.... .-.MM..... W-....nMs. u..E..D........,.,.......
HOSE2Palrs Henry Bivins 1680 W. 2nd. group. .. other clubs in the city, and DOES NOT :INTERFERE WITH ratMAMENT WAVING "
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i rUI rfinctteM w Mdi (to t .lth UMbk.CAUTION: UM M
Street for its regular meeting. a prize will be given to the a UfcLC&nt ttmAi. BM* BrMM; UM Srvn, U0M M..., D,.b
The Les Fleurs, an outstanding whist club, climaxed the year's visiting club having the largest ......., Mk.r.. Pda pr bat S2.5e &hrs ,...... f.-). c:.. IWt .. ... -
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activities with a party held last week-end at American
LADIES OF LEISURE CLUB Beach. number of members present.
SPONSORED TEA RECENTLYThe Included on the guest list were Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Thompson, DIXIE PHARMACYKings
99cBLOUSES Mr. and Mrs. Louis I. Stukes, Mr and Mrs. Percy Parsons, Mr.
MARECHAL
Ladies t>f Leisure Social CIRCLE Road and Myrtle
and Mrs. Clifford Grimes, Mr. and Mrs. Longtneu Parsons, Miss
Club sponsored its annual tea recently -
in the recreation center. Edna Moses, Renzer Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thayer' Mr. and HOLDS FINAL MEETThe

A program. was presented dur. Mrs. Monsalee Davis, Vernece Jenkins, Oliver Walker, Cleophus -
S Howell Anthony Oree, Clarence Belton, Alfred Helm William Marechal Neil Garden Circle
ing the annual affair.BET1'ER You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
held its final
Scott, David Dwight and Cornell Dunlap. meeting in the

The Les Pleura membership roster is comprised.of .Mrs. Barbara home of Mrs. Laurel Woodbury,
GARDEN CIRCLE
88cFREE HOLDS MEETING Walker, Mrs Danette T. Howell Miss Estelle Williams, Mrs. Connie 1343 W. 11th Street. LOW PRICES-

.The Better Garden Circle held Cason, Mrs. Betty Belton, Mrs. Faye H,' Helm, Mrs. Doris Scott, Mrs. Lillian Dawson,Mrs Helen

its meeting recently in the Home Mrs. Ruby Dwight, Mrs. Irma Villarin; Mrs, Dorothy Dunlap, 'Sutton, Mrs. Florence Wells Mrs,
Mrs Juanita G. Wyatt, Mis Gwendolyn Johnson and Miss Myrtle Maggie Williams, and Mrs. Lau
of Sir and Mrs Ernest Edwards, DRUG STORE HEEDS
Turner. rel Woodbury served as hostessesfor
Avenue with Mrs.
1748 Myrtle .
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Ask For Your Free Besle II. Love and )[rs. NannieR. t the meeting. I'I On Your
Lawrence Moman, Jr. has returned to the city after completing Summer Classes page 6..
Plastic Apron! .
Myers as'cohostesses.Mrs
a successful session 'Meharry Medical College, Nashville, Tenn. Summer school classes for stu. Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store
Pearl Hudson, president. I
OPEN A presided; words of appreciationwere .. dents in Duval County will beheld WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISEDIN
Mrs. Geraldine HUllard will be missed among the bridge set o at New Stanton Senior High
CHARGE ACCOUNT! given by Mrs. Doris L. Hut- YOUR LOCAL PAPERS
chins. this summer. She is leaving Saturday for Minneapolis :Minnesota,.I School from, June 16 to August
where she bill pursue courses in public health at the. Universityof 8. All students in the county,

SARAH McGINNIS SOCIETY Minnesota. who are interested in enrollingfor Dixie
Grayson's HELD MEETING RECENTLYThe Members of The Entre' Nous Bridge Club. may be found this classes should contact their Pharmacy

Sarah McGinnjs: Missionary week-end at American Beach where they have planned to close out school pricipal or contact theprincipal's

Society of New Bethel AME the club's events for the year. office at New Stanton 1302 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE

221 Laura, Street .. Church, held its meeting recently Members and guests will assemble at 4:00 p.m. Saturday in the Senior High School. "- PHONES EL :u691.9SI

Li the home,of Mrs. Ruth, Alston. beach home of Mrs. Gwendolyn Barnett. Courses will be given for students -; I We Deliver We Also FlU AH Doctors Prescriptions

OPEN 'TIL 9:00 P. M. ;Mrs. Ruth McMillan, Mrs Ella t s s at the elementary junior / PAY YOUR LIGHT WATER AND TELEPHONE -
Mrs! "Bonnie Bush was hostess to the final formal
meeting of and senior high school levels.
FRIDAY NIGHTS Jones and Mrs L. B. Hall were
The Feminiae Gravitiae Ladies, held recently in the El Dorado Club. BILLS AT OUR STORE
in charge-of the progwun. I _
Mrs. L. B. Chllds, Mrs. Lansing G. Chllds and Charles Simmons DEMOCRATIC CLUB

were guest, sail each. received beautiful gifts from the hostess. I YOU'LL ENJOY EATING AT DIXIE'SLUNCHCOUNTER

Club prizes were won. by Mrs. Hazel Lill entkal, Mrs. Julia PRESENTS WEDDINGA

Brooks and Mrs. Marie Argrett. -

:3ring Thi. A choice'of shrimp and 'chicken plates were available for guests Mock wedding was presentedby
FREE PINKING SHEARS'! and members said ,farewelT! with an exchange of'gifts. the Junior Democratic Club of AND S

ADV. For. The club is planning a mammoth bridge party, to be held the Long Branch Community in HOME MADE DONUT STAND

$4.95 Value later in the season In the home of Mrs. Hazel LUlientbaL! theLong Branch School .recently. Blade Fresh Every Hour Aod "A Treat That TouTt BepeatT"
The Club was organized re-
With Erery CONSOLE t DINNERS LUNCHES SANDWICHESSPECIAL
.... Machine Sold This Week ''Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Burns paid _a brief visit to Tuikegee, Alabama cently in 'the ,Payne Chapel AME

I recently, where they were guests of their Jon, Llftpn, a Church with Samuel. Bruce as

SINGER. student. _at Tuakegee Institute. LUton is .enrolled: 'in the summersession director Miss Alice Mac Anderson SVNTAYROTISSERIE

AND OT&EB $15 there.. president and James Fields CHICKEN .

gr ..rotrl'ARYSINGER. aa reporter. $1.29

Mrs. Gen Ta Guyton escorted the of Walker in the
graduates College The. principal characters
L. 2 n*. BroW Or BiB-Q
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-j S $w to Little ,Talbot Island last Saturday, where they spent a very wedding were: Leroy Way bride;

CONSOLES pleasant day. >. Jarne Fields bridegroom: Leroy
COMPLETE' Mrs. Guyton beads 5 the Business Department at the college. KUpatrick. preacher; Prank
5- .5.S' Jamesmother, Allen Whittaker,
FBEE ROME DEMONSTBATION-BECONDITIONED: Dixie Pharmacy
: -.Ibis. ,Week's. ... ....'..Footnote,... : A wonderful example of mass hrpaosisto father; Roosevelt Bacon, rejected!
Florida Sewing Machine & Supply that performed> by 'today.feuUoa expert who aft djed Alter and Harold. Roberta,.and .

596 W. EL 3-9677 a,_drew.> 'the S shape of a_floor lack and bjpeoUce* fee feceatotafe lame Perry M the keystone Klngi! Eoftd tad Mt Ie

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METHODIST- WOMEN ST. JOHN CHURCH :.:..:,. .<<:'" CHURCHMEN COMPLETE PLANS

PLAN: MEETING 1 PLANS ANNUAL MEETThe 'I : : .


The Woman's Society of Chris- bath annual session of the I' :t !id; FOR OBSERVING MEN'S DAYMen's

tam Service and The Wesleyan District Sunday School and BY- ,: .. .-. ....
Service Guild win hold the I PU Convention an auxiliary to ; ; '
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Schools of Misions at Boylan the East Florida and Bethany Day will be observed in the West Union Baptist Church
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Haven School, June 22 to the 26. Baptist Association will be held i Sunday throughout the day, beginning with Sunday School at 9:3)

The first session will be held June 18-22 in the St. Johns Baptist a.m.. with Johnny Britt as guest superintendent:: and A Sealey aa

Monday afternoon beginning at Church. I I '-'- "_ guest reviewer.

3:30. Mrs. S. D. Bankston will Among th 3e. slated to appearare I ::: Guest teachers are: Johnnie

present the two speakers for the the Rev. G. T. McCall. Rev. ir' Williams S. A. Austin A. Scott.I gett, Raymond Ross n, Paul

day Mr. H. Melton Ware, and L. M. Jones, Rev. CL H. Donell, : Yk E. Robinson, E. Robinson, C. E. Freeman, Romeo Dow, Charles

Mi Keiko Ishiwata an exchange Rev W. C, Mitchell, Rev. G. Law. B. :Matthews Charles War-
I Wilbur, James Ross, Arthur G.d
student from Japan. Curry 'Rev.H.. H. Robinson RevE. ren and others. .
man and others.
Rev. R. H. Wilson t
R. Simpson. -
Topics to be discussed at the .. The morning service will beginat
meeting for the period are: "Go Rev J. C. Rogers, Rev. J. w 11 ajn. and the Rev. W. M., BTU will be held at 5 pm. and

Te Into All the World", "The H. Ross, Rev. J. C. Sams. Rev.V. Cummings pastor will deliver the and a program will be presentedThe
\ ) C. Neal; Rev. C. L. Culver,
I sermon Music will be furnished
"When
World is My Parish", dining# car porters will
I Be- Rev.V. Marshall .and .Rev. J. J. w. 4. by the Male Chorus
Was A Child", "But When t t1x celebrate their anniversary at
A Man", "Never Before Jones.
came The young men will be in 6:30 pm. Participants from the
Have So Many Adults Faced the The Sunday''School hour willre
Conscious Choice of the Gods conducted by J. I* Chatman.The tSS ; charge of the 3 p.m. program. city will appear on the program.
i Some of the participants to appear -
Tney Shall Serve". host church will. presenta
on program are : Robert
pre-opening and welcome pro-
Boats, Walden Parker (George
gram Tuesday at 8 p.m. and < CARAVAN SINGERS
Grant, Eleazer Elliot, David LegFATHERS' .
Mrs. H. B. Miller of Green Cove :
GENERAL ASSEMBLYSET WILL BE PRESENTEDIN
Springs will give the response. i

FOR JUNE 25 A CONCERTThe
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of the MINISTERS' WIVES .... ...., ... _. SLATED FOR SUNDAY
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Church of the Living God, Pillar CALLED N TO. MEETINGThe Members attending the meeting last Saturday, June 7, of the Young Peoples Department of the Caravan Singers of Chica-

and Ground of the Truth, Arlington -I East Florida Conference Branch Missionary Society who met at the Sit. Zion AME Church are Auxiliary Board No.2 and the go, II!., wil be presented In *

wil convene June 25 at Wives first row: C. Daniels and IL Daniels: Second row.from left are: H. Daniels, C. Davis, Barbara Junior Steward Board of Grant concert, June 22 at 9 p.m.. in the

3770 Harris street Baptist Ministers Jones, Catherine WUliamss, Marva Taylor, "Harriett Daniels Vernell Stewart, Rosetta Spencer, B. Memorial AME Church will sponsor Duval County Armory.
Alliance will meet.Monday even-
Fathers' Tea in the
Taylor, E. Brinkley, Betty Richardson, N. Taylor and Henry Lang. Third row In the same order a Day
Dinner will be servtd at 2:30 ing, June 16, 1958 at 5 p.m. in home of Mrs. Lillian McMillan, The event is being presented
are: Kelly Brown. Yvonne Wlaker, WUberta Harris Ada Mae Barrier, Catherine Young, Betty Me.MUlan .
pjn. Delegates from various Mt. Sianl /Church. The meetingwill 1350 West 7th Stret from 4 to
durnig the Gospel Echoe's anniversary -
Sue Walkker, Ida Hunter, Mary McMUUan, Emma Davis Jacquelyn Harris and Edward
churchs: are expected to attend. be held to: plan for< a bene- 6 p.m. The Soul Stirrers along
Brooks. In the fourth row are: Mrs. Eunice Richardson and Claudle Daniels. In the fifth row
The chief overseer Bishop p. ficial project for the success of I Alex
with Bradford and his
H. Lewis will preside. The. alliance.MARK'S. from left are: Rev. Holmes, Mrs. Susie Moffet, Mrs. W. E, Akrey Harris, Mrs Olivia Harrell, Charles Scrivens, president of will singers -
Miss Barbara Hicks, Mrs. Vernell Taylor, Mrs. Auer Brown and Rev. It. A. King. the Jacksonville Police Benevo- appear on the program.
Members of the Caravan
group
lent Association will be the
include Albertina Cassl

CONVENTION SLATEDAT CHURCH NOTES DAY SPRING speaker for the occasion. etta George, Gloria Walker Griffin, John-

LEE AUDITORIUMThe r Other local artists will appearon erin Davis Louise McDonald and

program. James Cleveland.

North Jacksonville Dis I APOSTOLIC-CHURCH- UNIT PRESENTS I

trict, AME Church, will meet in CONDUCTS REVIVAL MEETINGA I II

38 WEST DUVAL STREETA its annual convention of the Sunday revival will be conducted in LILLY'S DRUG STORE

Schools, ACE League and the Apostolic Church of God in MUSICAL EVENT
( FEW STEPS OFF LAURA STREET)
Missionary Societies in Wards Christ by Elder C. B. Glasper for 1907 Kings Road at Spires

Chapel, Lee Auditorium of Edward three weeks. The revival will be I ---- 1

Waters College with the held under the tent at 5722 Ave-I The Johnson Sisters will be presented -I,

; Timed For YourVACATION Rev. James I. King, host pastor nue B.Elder. in a musical recital in the !I .5 S. Where ExperiencedPharmacists .

ana J. B. Epperson, associate, C. B. Glasper Is the pas-I Day Spring Baptist Church June b Prepare

according to an announcementby tor of the Bible Way Church of 116 at 8:15: pjn The program is : '.t Your Prescription Ac

Dr R. Elwin Lamb: presid- the Lord. Jesus., of Washington j being sponsored by District No. 4 cording to your doctor's
i ing Elder. D. C. I I and 20. Instructions Using N'i

The session will be held, ;July ST. PHILIPS EPISCOPAL- I,| District No.1.will. sponsor its, only the best quality
1518. Delegates from the, CHURCH SPO SOCS'I_annual pineapple sip June 22 from drug .
ANNUAL PICNIC ', 4 to 6 -p.m. in the home of Mrs. '
churches of the district will -
participate
Timed ForNEXT Thte annual picnic of the St. :i iPhilip's : Bertha Lowe. 1217 Grothe Street
.
: in a series of .stud}' I Dr. C. E. Black Pharmacists Dr. W. J. Graham
Church will be Districts
Episcopal Nos. 8 and 18 will obI '
courses v held June 17 at Little Talbot i I, servetheir homecoming day cele- -.- -:_ _:_
I B I A joint feature will be the Island. I bration June 22 in the church at .
FALL! East Florida annual conference
A COMPLETE LINE OF
1 The bus \villeave the church, 3:30 p.m.District. '! :
Leadership Training Institute in of Purl Union Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candles Sundries
corner and Streets No. 2 will sponsrr a : -: -:-
which all members of the Con-
i
at 9:30 a m.- j, Father'sDay' tea June 15, from 4 '
ALL FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK ference Board of Christian Education PCOGREiSIVEB.1PTIST PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
UNION : : { to 6 p.m. in the home of Mrs. W. ,
conference officers, and
PRESENTS M. McKelton 1014 Barnett Street. :
workers, will devise -- -- --- -- ---,
religious --
TWO GROUPS MIDGET ;, ,
1V'EDDINGDeaconess The Rev. A. J. Long will be the
for the annual conference. '
BETTERSHORTEECOATS plans Board No. 1 of Union! guest speaker for the affair.
,
Progressive Baptist Church will
!
present a midget wedding June 16 | q r
REFRIGERATORSSERVICED at 8 p.m. in the auditorium of the I SIMPSON PLANSYOUTH
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church. I : r ,.,

100% All Wool AND r:>
REPAIREDC DO YOU KNOW? jI j: DAY f
PASTELS AND DARK SHADES i I

Sizes 6 to 20 12 to 26 ALL PO.4-0127 You Can Now Buy j 4 itw

Most Anything You I Youth Day will be observed on

June 15 m the Simpson Methodist ;it 'v

$ 00 Real Estate Want At 'VholesalePrices Church. Officers elected to ? t _

serve for the day are: Miss Rose t

25 $ LOANS $ At Walker chairman; Miss Rose Jacobs -
'
.. .. UNCLE JIM'S and Miss Doris Grooms, co- ; ( $

11.000 -. $2.000 (3.000 chairmen; Miss Carrie Walker, i s.L ;
SHOPPING SERVICE Williams, I
secretary; Tyrone treasurer -
",000 up to (Z5O
Guaranteed Values to $45.99 SHOPPING SERVICE ; John Thomas, publicity, and S,
1.00 hundred
Payable per mo. per t j .i
Thomas Walker, chairman of ush- _
on unpaid balance at 6%. 539 W. Beaver Street II __
ers. .
BETTERLONGCOATS Let us"4 help you to complete
your house or refinance 38 Earl H. Johnson counsellor-at- Get that nTJn.look I
law. will be the speaker for the
years in the same place. FOR YOUR skin that's
11 a.m. service and Choir No. 3 lighter, brighter, lovelier than ever!
Can DRIVER'S LICENSESOr will serve. Miss Mary Alice Blount Use new ARTRA SKIN TONE CREAM with Hydro-

and Charles Wilburn will be the quinone. It's the vanishing beauty-bleach that's ef
TO Drive
100% All Wool LightWeight J. P. YOUNGMr. Learning featured soloists and Reuben Pad- fective-yet SAFE! Can be used daily on normal skin.

PASTELS TWEEDS IMPORTS Simmons or Mr. Walsh AJAX DRIVING SCHOOL gett wiH serve as master of cere- Let ARTRA give you the skin that gets the compliments .

.. Size 6 to 20 38 to44 Main and Monroe 1134 West 5th Street monies for the services.A Get ARTRA in the blue and black package at

Zit Masonic Temple Bldg. ELgm 44X59 Student Recognition Tea will drug and cosmetic counters. Big 2 or. tube 981. plus tax.

Phone EL W014 be held from 4 to 6 p.m. All stu-

JCL!: 64391 GEORGE L. PEBP1!
Ruth Sims will be the speaker for

$3500 the occasion. *. ** SKIN TONB
.
..
The 'CREAM -
evening worship will beginat
Ceimeue DM fo.,
CUMMINGS NURSERY SCHOOL I 7:30 o'clock and Johnnie Thomas Urles fturmaeenhctl kn l worth,New ItrttrW
of Abyssinia Baptist Church, i

Guaranteed Values to $69.99MARK'S_ The Kindergarten Department has closed. The will be presented in a recitaL
: vw w y *JiV1N6TROUBUW.TH
,
Children had an enjoyable trip to the Zoo on May YOUNG SINGER S NEW! ,

SETS RECITAL: NA DELUXE

28th. The Nursery will remain open.through! the month BUMPS. SHAV1NCi
.
i f FOR JUNE 16 i mode la'tire

of July. Closed the entire m.oI11h of August The Fall ,' MAGIC"
f Little Bernhard McClain knownto "SHAVINGPage
WEST DUVAL STREETA s
38
term opens September 2nd. the public as' "Chuck" win be WDER

FEW STEPS OFF LAURA STREET. presented in his Initial recital on P kRpIOR

Kindergarten students may'be.registered all summer Monday at 8 p.m. at Shaw's Me-

We Feature Sizes 10 to 20 121/2 to 321/2 morial Baptist Church, Duval and Otl ;
for the Fall term. We also specialize In keeping Jefferson Streets.: 14YE5 BfAFD
usf.
j: and also Sizes 38 through 520 Chuck, who ANT t0
; small babies Is only 3 years old. EASY,p
,I for'working mothers. Ages two months b the E AST mo"lY sceMith
,i: ,- youngest member of the Perfumed w o
OF YOUR HEIGHT OR SIZE Latimore Singers and the youngest -
J:REGARDLESS i and up. Location 1359 West 19th Street, corner: Florida Star ''
agent. He t is
CAN FIT YOU CORRECTLY"
"WE
heard each
I Barnett. Information call Mrs. G. CummlngsEL local radio Sunday station.morning overa Zi tOS 2 r0>fi1'S SSttl{

"MARK MY WORD" Melvin Grace will sreve'as master S1iA ytliG PO tDER tA /
I 5-3259.
S11YAN '
I of ceremonies. The recital yA X34S 7.CN. '.
: G IpaG1A
I S win be presented by the Latimore

.Gospel Singers.

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I GETS SAFE DRIVER AWARD I
CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISION ,



i; I HALT GEORGIA PROBE E-Z TERMS \ Greatest



Washington D. C.: As for the Dawson, Georgia

I k It has been reported that the matter Mr. Tiffany states that
.4.: faM" "PyT"yR'! Federal Civil Rights. Commissionin the commision o has before it onlya LUCGACE VALUE

v ;d -. ,,, .., Washington D.C. has reversedits story by Washington Post
:>> decision to investigate the alleged -! and. the Times Herald, reporting

qs mistreatment of Negros in I how tvro negroes died after
*
the Dawson. Georgia, district brushes with the police; and a
*) ; There has ben a continous flow third having suffered gunshot ver OFFERED!

,gpw4.iiiIi of reports from this section ofGeorgia wounds of a near fatal nature.

and the chief oppressor. He further stated that the com-

is said to be the police officersof mission would not consider rumors fed Ibecrrewa cioicrcr ceiotsI1TUAAL

N y.A said district.In but would like to hear from I b3LtyEnka .14 MWMIOCC1ITOI !

commenting on the actions 'those having direct knotedge of.. r UOWl
prNrc or
of the Commission, Gordon M. the alleged mistreatment. :.'= S nun tue
1t Tiffany, commission staff direc- iiiwm

tor, said that the fact finding wr war 11 t A PERFECT

I inquire would be conducted in ST. PETERSBURG'S w GIFT

conjunction with advisory com- COUNCILMEN CLOSE \ ) : 555 e' .
<>' mittees in the various states. S.
T POOL AND BEACHST. ;tA14BpSMAC R
Fy
commission is t
A At present the
,
: invetigating what is called "the PETERSBURG After '

three broad fields of civil rights" eight Negroes went swimming in L! 7 f '

---VOTING EDUCATION, and the Spa Beach last week, the.
vR
4 HOUSING. beach was ordered closed, and f
4. X police and signs were posted wtif il1i! .CM rw w.il iTrd
1 SS A. NN4! Mimi
about the area. Last Sunday a t S.' 55 .4r
1 4
n"0 -">A" =x" wsX.....""" ..004->: 19-year-old Negro boy went sWim- i5 A
; ; CHURCH HEAD ming in the Spa
SAFE DRIVER Deputy Sheriff Willie Weston Is seen congratu. swimming pool ,4
and used the locker facilities.
latin'Oscar Weaver, whom lie presented with a safety driver certificate After the a .
youth departed, the
for 83 yean of safe driving. TO HONORED
pool was also closed and signs -
Weaver who Is employed a& a truck driver with the New York posted. Both incidents occurred

Laundry. was described by France Home,.manager of the firm without disorder. i: : : r

as. an employee who has- rendered "faithful service In addition toMag CHICAGO, 111. According The city council ,took only two TWO SUITER

o good driver. to E. M. Graham, who is chair- minutes in a special meeting last FOR MEN LIGHTWBGff(

man of a committee which will Monday to vote to keep the f -

sponsor a testimonial for Dr. J. beach and pool closed until its
ZION HOPE CHURCH MEN'S DAY :SLATED W. Eichelberger, Director, Chris- regular meeting next Tuesday.The ALL 3 PIECES-ONLY"

UNIT TO OBSERVE. AT SAINT MATTHEW tian Education, A.MJ3. Zion councilmen 'fel that segregation COMPLETE PIECE LAIIES'
Church, at Columbus, Ohio, July is the custom, and the. w *

MSTCNNGtYGGAGES I EY
28TH
ANNIVERSARYDistrict .
2995
24, plans are being made to makeit mixing of races woufi not be /f 6
Men's Day will be observed in one of the most appreciative tolerated / y ...w.Ie........"* ;.......,....... .
at other -r
city-owned ...1 II.(0 IPI,1,J........NI uI f..Iq IM Tw MN
No. 1 of Zion Hope Bap the St. Matthew Baptist Church:; ever held.Church. recreational facilities not includedin pct to ff ht f'lttt.A kif tS-fadi futmut,.=
U J W tint Church will observe its 28th June 15nProf. leaders from allover the Supreme Court order to dfti.,.(or grMtar(trwqHi.Md Mr ftAmf.Here k bo.
M*
anniversary June 23, at 8 o'clockin .....i; iy61. w......L.f. tH' X91 Ie 9M T........ Pay WeeklyWe I
Henry W. eJnkins, princi- the country are expected to be desegregate.A ll lt mr .f r.ttqfc. kad l .w. ref prie4 to_9,..w.Nr.fedq 0
the auditorium of the church. Order
in attendance. The testimonial is spokesman for the NAACP 0
The Rev. E. R. and pal of Bethune Elementary School, .MM4IWMC r
Simpson
being given to show the esteem spoke sharply against the doing fUU ATOM lINING M AU CASH -UICI INMKO
wife will be honored by the district will be the speaker for the morn- POCKETS M rm 11 AND as INCH CAMS
iatwhich Dr. Eichelberger is held stating that it only sets the OPEN
during the anniversary celebration. --! ing worship and Prof. Richard and to also bolster his trip to stage for "another Little Rock"incident"
i
I Cook, principal of Long Branch:: the World Convention on Chris- In-a-much as it might I.ff fiNflCGOUHT

The Rev. J. M. Dixon, pastor of Elementary School"will be the tian Education, to J>e held in encourage people to ignore the r.w INY a M i -
Do Our Own
He court's decision. Financing
6-13.
the Mt .Olive Primitive Baptist speaker for the svening services. Tokyo, Japan, August
Church, accompanied by his choir, will- lead the A.M.E. Zion dele- I S
Others to appear during .the observance i- I
ushers and congregation. Rev. W. are E. D. Dorsey and C. gation.: NAACP GROUP PLANS _

M. Hill, pastor of the Mt. Calvary P. Johnson. John T. Price is the ) OUTING AT BEACHThe -
Baptist Church and the Rev. C. D. chairman for the Men's
Day. OPEN UNTIL 9 FRIDAY NIGHTS
Davis of/the Comiuunity Baptist : CONVENTION WILL Youth Council of the

Church will be present to assist iij i NAACP will sponsor an outingto
TERMINATE SUNDAYThe
the service"d the Rev. W. M. the American Peach Sunday,
DAVIS FURNITURE
BISHOP'S COUNCIL CO.
Hill will deliver the address June 15. The bug will leave at

ANNOUNCES SESSION Sunday. School. and Baptist 1:30 p.m. from the youth centerof

VACATION BIBLE PROGRAM SUNDAY Training Union Convention an the Laura Street Presbyterian 135 BROAD STREET ELgin 3-5791 JACKSONVILLE FLA.
auxiliary to the Emanuel Progressive -
Church
SCHOOL SLATEDAT I Baptist Association will terminate .

Jane,lS. ,
SAINT PAUL
The session will begin Sunday II
The summer session of theishop's I' ,
Council has been announced with Sunday School at 9:30: am,
Annual Vacation Bible School
by C. S. Williams, direc- with Mr. Bethel, superintendent I
will be conducted in the St. Paul
tor of public relations and transportation in charge. INDEPENDENT LIFE
Lutheran Church of Magnolia Gar
The will
for the 11th Episcopal morning worship beginat
den June 16 through 27 from 9
11 devotional
with
a.m. serv-
AME The
Distrct: Church. ses-
a.m. to noon at the chur h. ices conducted Ed Joiner andE. .-0': "
:i lY'111 be held June.13 through by y
Parents from the communityhave 20 :r. the Bethel AME Church. The Newman.' The Rev. W. Q. Rogers & Accident Insurance
will deliver Company
register the sermon and
been invited to their connectional council will hold its
Rev. A. C. Williams alternate.
children In advance. I session at the same time. as
Talent on Parade will be pre-
--- ------
sented at 3 p.m. with Mrs Ruby

AHen in charge. Miss Helen Frost .
.
'd. yfv1W&Gyy.
----- -- ----------- -- -- ----- -- --- will give the Inspirational address.


Would You Like to ,BeAn i iExecutive'Secretary held Baptist model at 5:30 B.T.U.Training p.m.will at Union be which conductedby will timea be /. .


local and district presidents, "
) and words of appreciation will be \ '

given. ,

I .. .) S '

? LA. ADOPTS LAW : i '11 -" ;;; ;

TO KEEP SCHOOLS S

SEGREGATEDBATON

THERE IS A CRITICAL SHORTAGEOF .- ." There Is No Substitute
;
PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL! ROUGE. La. In -
efforts to offset the Supreme
For Life Insurance
'. Courts order to desegregate {the
schools in the South; Louisiana

NEW CLASSES has followed in the footsteps of OFFERS -

(Beginning June'16th. 1958)) four other Southern states who ,.

have added to their contitution I ORDINARY AND WEEKLY PREMIUM PLANSOF
EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAL
:
by-laws which would automatically -

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION close schools if they were .
-:- .. -
0 \ : _
integrated.The _
TELEVISION 0 .; .
RADIO AND
-:- Louisiana Teachers As- S I

-: MEN'S AND LADIES'UPHOLSTERING sociation joined with other segregation LIFE

groups and met with the S
-:-
committee to avoid what they .

consider might be another Little ACCIDENTENDOWMENT :

Rock situation if the bill to

FREE LIFETIME JOB PLACEMENT integrate IIpasaed.Approximately ;

(Upon Graduation) 69 IxHilatana "
..
State University teachers are now
under surveillance for protestingthe -; : I.
:
SMALL MONTHLY TUITION PAYMENTS :.- move made b)". the legist i: RETIREMENT T INCOMES ,
-

-:- DAY AND EVENING CLASSES the committee. < .1....;,. ,;.

-:- VETERAN APPROVED POSSIBILITY FOR ::5 FAMILY GROUP

S .- :. S -.. MARIAN ANDERSONIN ,
S. AND HOSPITALZATION
U.tf. POSTwASim'aTON INSURANCEHOME
Free Information
Call Or Wrlto.For .. I

D. C. = :The ..

t WALKERVOCATIONAL : report Is that President 'Eisen ... -0- ... ( ..

hower is considering the nomination I .
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of singer Marion 'Ander-
OFFICEJACKSONVILLE F '
,& COMMERCIAL COLLEGE .
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soar .
: .as a delegate or delegate- : '
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.. alternate to the United Nations "
*' P. 0. Box 4935 : FLORIDA
Elgin 4-0177 General Assembly. The matterof ;
_
Myrtle Avenue at Ninth Street her selection will be one of I '''0 ,.. .

JACKSONVILLE 9, FLORIDA 'r.J- the topics dealt .with when the
Assembly meets on Sept. 16.

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| 1.| NEWS INTEREST I FROM ALL SECTIONS: ;OF BEAUTIFUL I FLORIDA I I Ir





1 /7'1' ):; :-. I 1lr1! ; : ; :? }{ .: ::\: } I II. THE JAX CHARITIES, INC. DONATES ST.ANNOUNCES JAMES CHURCH SERVICE j!I I ATTRUS ANNOUNCES FLEMING MEET

.: j : .:. ,:: 4:'" ..... ;>. {, .., :+ '.: :-I.: t"'::::"4 :r, ", ":"< .'".';:> :: .1 All Master Masons Royal
; ,;, :;. .;r,::" ". l w ,>. :"" '7:::" '.rtf. : -i='"'. ': <<..":- f:. :) ::' .lfl1: :. TROPTFOOThALL" TO QUINCY tiishop* 6. I* Templars, Shriners,
: )
::d' .,. ;'';.: : w :..<-., "'"... .. <""',9',' : J #> l .. ;, w ;< f :.w: ft.! : ?":::':;'::1 : f' ; : 'v .:1 : : '. ship in' St. James AME Church, Sublime Eastern Star,
.II :: : :;.:> : :::"' .'. .. ; : .. 4 June 15 at 11 a.m. The Rev.F Heroines of Jericho
'" .."'t..:) :s." "'' ':. : 1i;i it A. beautfiulsfootball, troPhy. donated by the Jackson- H. Daughters of Iris Heroine Crusaders -
; :." .. .t, := : : ::::::: :1't ; : Ashe. pastor will be in I
.,'... .,4.:1)". ':1 .ville Chariliea..._bas *presented to the New Stanton charge of the service. I and juveniles Eave been
9"' (" J1 t v I:. : ....,... ".:- : : i: Blue Devils football team by President J. Earl Morse of the The services will begia with caled by Deputy Grand Master

)! '. : Brewster Men's Club and J. Gardner (Nip) Sams. the origi- Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., and Attrus Fleming to meet at the
.f. i nator of. _the "idea, during Award Day 1 in the auditoriumlast the senior choir and usher board S{, Paul AME. Church. June 22

,x Thursday. No 1 will serve.Stewardess at 2 p.m. for the St. John Day

"'j In. presenting the trophy to Board No. 1 will celebration
will at 2:30
The begin
of the footballs was an epoch program
1 Captain Robert Parker Mr. making event, a precedent has meet June 15 in the home of p.m., and is being arranged ft/

s Morse gave a bit of histroy of been. set. It is the hope of those Mrs. Aridine Powell the chairman, J. H. Goodson.

tit the, Brewster ).{en's Club In con. donating the footballs and those I

".'J. .jiectoin with thfe JacfcsonvOJfe! presenting them\ that the idea
has been born to live on from
Charities In c.. and their interest
year to year hereafter.EASTER .
in donating the' same. type of i -

.: trophy to the 'Blue Devils that is

3! presented to the winners of the FINED

Gator Bowl each year.

iJv ,'y Ry'F ,55A! 4 .(r.4 o4y::. Th0 Jacksonville Charities, Inc FOR STARTINGA

... ..sK43 .w.aP went a bit further.than the tro

YOUTH DAY SET AT ALLEN CHAPEL Members of the Allen Chapel AME phy. They donated a gold foot- ,FIST FIGHTBUFFALO

Church who will pariidpae in the Youth Day on Sunday are seen in the phcto balls to each player selected on

above. Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Grummage are seen here. Mr. Harry Manker. vice the All-City squad made up of

president the observance; Mina Alice MandraL president: and the Sunday School members selected from Matthew i
of the church. I -Big Luke Easter,
group r W. Gilbert, with five places, Du- ti
The Youth Day observance: will begin with Sunday School:at.9i30 aun. with Mr. the Buffalo Bison's first baseman ,

Harry Manker in charge. Mrs. Mary L.: B. Miller will be speaker for the celebratiOn. I val. Vocational'pchool with one was fined $100 by International'
member and the champion Blue
League President. Frank Shaugh-
S the CIAA crown with an averageof DEDICATION SET. Devils with five representativeson .
.
nessy for the part he took In a
SAMPLE PICKED .418, He won the RBI title the team
AT ANTIOCH CHURCHPERRY brawl during a recent game.
with 26 runs batted in and scored The men receiving gold footballs -
Dedication ceremonies Easter flung his bat in the direction
the most runs. In 55 times at bat at .Stanton were Harold
IIAMMOIISLY.TOrAacki. will be held in the An.
> of the Havanna
S Sample collected 23 hits. Inclined Dennis, Bernard(; Games, Billy Sugar
tioch Baptist Church, June 15
In the hits were 2 home runs, Matthews, Leon Ivory and Captain Kings pitcher Vincent Amer after
at 3 pm.A .
2-36.-and 6.2b to give him 'a slug- Robert Parker. At Matthew Amer's first pitch to him in
has been
'
unique prgoram
ging average of .764 to lead all Greeting W. Gilbert gold footballs 13 .were the eighth inning went behind
planned for the occasion. -
CIAA batsmen and gain the CI given to Julius Mack, .Athor
will be given by Dr. James his head.
,AA slugging crown. Sampson, James Harrbld t Henry
WASHINGTON-John Sample Hudson, principal of Jerkins: High When Easter threw his bat, KEN KNIGHT
The 1958 Allbaseball Matthew and Charlie McLendon
was the unanimous choice of the Fraternal Organizations;: both
School: benches emptied and the
selections: Ralph HedgeMa.r7Lmd and the representative ,of Duval PRESENTING-
CIAA coaches voting in the All. Ministers Alliance -
State; John SampleMaryland Interdenominational Vocational> School was WVlfe game was halted because of the
Star CIAA Baseball poll Sample and the Rev. John McTierwtU KNIGHT TRAIN
State; Thomas 'Barnett Mack general brawl. Easter hung a 8-9 P. f. 12-1 NIGHTLY
was selected as the outstanding deliver the sermon.
layer and second baseman in the Maryland State; Low Garvin The All-City football team of left hook on the chin of the Ha- SWEET CHARIOTS

1958 C I A A All-Star baseball Shaw University; Warren Pink- Salem; Calvert Smith-Winston-: 1957 was 3 the first in the history vanna catcher, Enrique Izquierdo.
ett-A and T; Cornell Harvell 1400 WRE 1400
team. Salem; and David Crutchfield- of football in Jacksonville among The bat slinging affair was a
The'Maryland'State Senior won Delaware; Paul Hayes Winston- Snaw University. Negro schools, and the awarding
unusual event for Easter as
very 9:30 to 10:30 MONDAY thru FRIDAY

he is one .of the quitest players BLUES IN THE KNIGHT

on the team. 10:30.12 MONDAY thru SATURDAY

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HOLLY MIMS COPS I II .

YOUNG MONEY THIEF
I
; 7S4 : a WASHINGTON-Holly Mims, a I

', t +K well_ known middleweight boxer
__ S $ dI ; *L _- joined in the capture of a long.. 1o

$_ legged 14-year-old boy who was
7r : running away with a cash box

y containing $1,500 stolen froma

service station .
Police said the station owner

4 y + ,. C4i had put the box in his car to takeit

a. Q 8 F Yl to the bank. The boy grabbedthe liii
box when the owner went r.w WffiM your how wtdibonoto

back to the office for a little
while.. Gncue1eMeuMZ

Mima, training at nearby Uline= PUll

Arena heard sounds of a backalley
chase and Joined in. He
t .. ..
overtook the boy, who is 6 feet

2 inches tall, after a run of two
blocks. .) .. ... .har 'tM / '

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I Patterson Is Told To Defend Title Or, Forfeit; It' : I







TAX PROBLEMS I Moore_ Bids for Biggest Title By Ted I Carroll GROU.ISSUES-UU1MATUM :


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lot 1'Lti&xiY 6 At .
RAY ROBINSONNEW

f FLOYD PATTERSON_ the mo-figbtingcBf champion the fistle

NEW Ray Robinson world has..known has been ordered by The World. Boxing Committee

the world's middleweight to.:Defend his heavyweight crown by the last of September against

THE'PACIFIC COAST CONFERENCE, fa In a very shaky eon. boxing champion said recently a ,recognized challenger.-

dftieq since the University of Washington withdrew to form a new that the income tax situation it The;.committee took the actionat I

conference" with UCLA, University of Southern California and the too tough and he declared he isn't 1 a meeting'held in the fashionable the fact that the drastic rulingwas

University of California With the four major schoole withdrawn, it going to fight again this year Right Bank Hotel in Paris. made by the committee toserve
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aatomaUe&Dy brings to a dose the long operation of the conference. for that reason.
41n case Patterson should refuse "the interest of boxing .and .
The big Question now is, ""What about the Rose Bowl"? Robinson made the statement
the committee shall no longer the general public".
JOEY GIARDEL1O and Joey after coaching his protege, Otis
Woodard to recognize him as a world Patterson defeated Archie
Ciambra have been signed to a! played in Memorial Stadium, Bal- a five-round knock.
put over Eddie Andrews of Lowell i champion," a communique issuedb :Moore November 30, 1956 in
contract to fight a 10-round middleweight timore, July 8. It has been an-
Mass., in St. Nicholas Arena Y committee president Julius Chicago to gain the title. He.has
bout at the Cow Pa-i nounced that about 20,000 of the Woodard
was Robinson's spar Helfand said.
fought twice since then. He battered -
lace in San Francisco, July 7.I 40.278! seats for the 25th All-Star ring partner when he was pre- .,aArri4.. Under the order Patterson -
made GNfHGAVyW young Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson -
The announcement was by
II game would be available to the paring for his return bout with must defend against one of
matchmaker Bennie Ford. Giar. Carmen Basilio. j M in New York, July 29, 1957
general public.. Each individual : the four challengers announcedby
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dello of New York and Giambra I "Uncle Sam would take all I the committee. The committee and Peter Radematcher the for-
applicant will be limited to two
of Ban Francisco have fought make if I fought this .
and
year, named Eddie Machen of San mer Olympic amateur championon
twice, each winning a decision. reserved seats.
some of what I
already have. Francisco and Zora of
Folley
22 1957.
HANK AARON, WES COVING- August ,
BOB WATERFIELD, the, great The
government is still
holding
Chandler, Arizona tied for first
passing quarterback who once TON, and Felix Mantilla the A reply to the communique by
514,000 against taxes I may place, Willie !Pastrane of Miami
slang up and down the field for three tan stars of the :Milwaukee. owe." He added: CDs D'Amato. Patterson's mana-
Beach, Florida, and Roy Harris
the Los Angeles Rams has returned Braves went on a hitting spreein
"They tell said won't push me
me they don't want of Cut and Shoot, Texas. ger They
to the Rams as an assistant a game against the San
me to get jammed up like Joe Floyd Patterson, the twenty- if the world committee tries te
coach to Sid Gillman. Wa- Francisco Giants in San Francisco Louis (who owes the .. ---
governmentmore three-year-old "heavyweight champion
Patterson to defend against
terfield at one time was called I : ,Tuesday night June 3.Aaron than a million dollars in hasn't defended since last force

cne of the deadliest passers in hit two home runs, Covington hit back taxes and interest) but I :, August 22 and that was against one of four men who blacklisted

the game. two and Mantilla one. The three don't qty him last summer when we neededa
owe any taxes. They callit + ( 05 t Ar u, an amateur who was fighting his
stars once played with The Jacksonville "
that committee -
anticipatory. I'll take
first professional fight. Patterson challenger.
Braves. The Government has been slapping h 3Ii knocked out Pete Rademach-. into court; together or
Cobs is again on a hitting ram- .THE NEW YORK YANKEES t lems "
a x on Robinson'spurse l individually.
er in the sixth round and that
page. It was predicted by Manager continue to run roughshod over since challengers
he the four
evey put a lashingon was more than nine months He claimed that
Bob of the Cubs the other teams in the American ago.
Scheffing Carl "Bobo"' the .committee
Olson b
to regain The committee maintains thata proposed y -
long before the season opened League. The race has become the before
middleweight title. champion should not wait more for a title fight
that Banks would lead the 'hit such, a lopsided affair the other, 11 the
Sugar Ray said he doesn't intend than six months to defend his September 30 were among
parade' this season in home teams have practically concededthe
to remain idle. He said he I blacklisted us last
title in of the divisions.Helfand's several "who
SEEKS '.TITLE BOUT After winning two ring battles in any eight
runs. The way Banks is hitting flag to the Yankees. From intends to go to Hollywood to "
less than two weeks with the latest victim being heavyweight communique stressed summer..
them now, the prediction of his varous statements of owners and check into some film
manager will bear some consider managers they will be satisfiedto may journey to. prospectsand Brussels Charley Norkus, Archie Moore said ,he is keeping in shape by 1

ation. Banks is hitting hard nad finish second and third. The I I World's Fair in July. fighting' regularly in order to be ready for another shot at the. :

heavyweight title. The above drawing is that of the light heavy-
long and constantly.THE pitching and the hitting the ..
ALL-STAR GAME will be Yankees are producing seem to the league. weight champion seeking his 127th knockout in the Norkus fight;

CURT SIMMONS, --I which would have established a ring record. Moore says after NOW OPEN! I II
he knocks out Eddie Machen, the No. 1 heavyweight challenger,

be too much for the rest of he win then be ready for Floyd Patterson.

paw pitching ace of the Philadelphia I

r Going Places TJ TJr Phillies has reached the _

1000 mark in strikeouts. His
CHAMPIONSHIP LIONS RELEASETHFJRFOOTBALL
mark of 1,000: was reached I

ap against the Chicago Cubs, Tuesday

June 3, 1958. Walt Moryn :

was the 999th victim and the RACES PLANNED PALMSOF
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hard slugging Dale I
Long was
;.,. victim No. 1,000. FOKJDLY4TH t )(

BOB. BUHL, the, Milwaukee SLATE FOR, }..958ST.

S pitcher who has been oat fAction '

since May 18 with a sore I.

arm will soon be back in action, The New Berlin Outboard Mo- AUGUSTINE- orida Nor._ JACKSONVILLEFORMERLY

according to an announcement tor Club Inc, sponsor: of the mal College Lions coaches: : Ho-

made by the attending physician. annual Championship Boat Racesat wen and Cox released the sched-
( THE 2-SPOT)
The announcement was good news Christopher's Pier at New ule for the season which will be-
to the Braves front office. They
Berlin will again sponsor the gin with the Area Trade School
could certainly use BoU to
great mammoth' water eve dairFtnsy squad of South 'Carolina, Sep-

advantage ELSTON now.HOWARD the out- mammoth,, water events, Friday, tember 22 at home. .DANCING NIGHTLY I

July ,.beginning at 1:0.0) p. m.
fielder-catcher of the :Yankees is The highlight game of the sea
; I Many ,features will accompany
beginning to unload base hits : son will be the Palm Classic with
the boat races that will add to
and home runs in such a fashion the' the Edward Waters College Tigers -
enjoyment of the day's acU-
I ON STAGE ATTRACTION
that he is being looked upon as
I vities.) The feature will include: in Jacksonville on Novem-
a vital factor in the Yanks ram
6H I, water. skiing and swimming.The ber. 2.
page in the pennant race.
club is offering Bane,sound 'TJie Florida Normal Lions will
tl JIM (Modcat) GRANT, tbe
l and wholesome entertainmentthat be strong contenders for the SE LEE ALLENAND
Cleveland
1 t. Indians pitcher is making
has been given the b4p AC Championship this season.
strong bids for "Bookie of
crowds .that have assembled from Other games scheduled are: Savannah ,I
theYear1
honors in the American HIS OACFEBH71AND
year to year to witness the ma- State October 11, there;
League. Grant is
doing some jor 4th of July attraction in this Claflin College, October 16, here; THE .
line pitching for the Indians .. -
HANK AARON'S section of,the state. Morris College;-October 25, here;
brother Tom
Those who ,have attended the Albany State College, November I
who plays shortstop and was FAMOUS PASTELLS
TTII'I' boat .races have done so without 8. here; Paine College, November I
signed recently by the Braves I
fear of violence or any disturbances : 15, there; Voorhees, November 22.
is 18-years-old. .He graduatedfrom that, would detract"from Orlando. ADMISSION_75c,MONDAY Thru THURSDAY '
Central High School in '
the, of the day. and the
enjoyment The team will be led by Captain
Mobile and has been playing 90c Friday. Saturday Sunday and Holidays
1958, attraction will be just as Alvaughn Jenkins and 20
with the Mobile Red Box an
,M.' ,fJiJt- >n.II WNV n m_POCST. MT fit a MIT ran 184twi amateur 'team., He is 0, ft.,, .tin it' has':always been. lettermen. ....,., ....,. "C" -
,p Wit w oatip ti+>wuei_ KSB u* ,In attending the races, one can

and weighs 170 pounds.> He was ,feel free to roam around ,the SAMMY DOUGLAS
assigned to Eau Wla Jn
Claire.
: grounds in perfect safety: Master Of GmmamU. .
; the Crass, C ) Northern peace .Yowr
SinT rim and Handsome! Its the 'JOHN IVORY'mam.'ODdDnaU League. and quiet" surroundings without

f Redlegs pitcher who aassent being disturbed by misconductfrom .' '- .' ..- I ,. ,
to 'the Havannah any source. LuckYNumbers SPECIAL!
SugarKngs"in The: cJurtSs.announcing local .
Old Tavern the.International Leaguefor SUNDAY 6:00 TO 9cOO P.M.Adult .
ntucky and out of town participants,.who
more seasoning ingoing..liken
M will be competing for prizes that
wild fire.vAt the'rate he ii'goingIn
Matinee!
win go to the winners in each
the International League he .
event. Preparations are being ftI
Pocket Flask win soon be back in the .major made to sjpass all previous years Lucky Days, Looby Osiers* I AniflssioxJ1ad 90c

1 -smart way'I. league CONGRATULATIONS to toe in attractions and crowd.2192S7 BY ASTROLOGY i

In Tear WeeklyHOROSCOPE
i. fine work done by the coaches GUIDE You Cn ,Slay For The LATE. LATE SHOW!

I. to have this fine Bourbon always work of the done various,by them school be May a major the 47S30315Watch I Sod $2.00 for your Horoscope .

factor fa beSpJag to bid Lad I Glide with lucky numbers
tacky. : days lucky colon. WEEK!
mould characters that wilt be a COMING NEXT

'on hand. Every drop credit to their schools, aad reflection This down Enclose a stamped envelope.. I

of the fine work they
F have done m football. baskethan, STARTING MONDAY. JUNE 18

flmMfn1 track, baseball aad winterer : :

f sports the schools 'participated; to. FIll la and KaO ":

-1 ..ORLANDO CEFZDA appears JOE TURNERAND
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to be m' the rastdog for -Bookie I

] "lf Jly tSl of the year honors The Giants ,341: -22--125 P. 0. Box 483JacksonvtUe It t

... j first baseman Is one of the most 1* Pla. .
dangerous hitters m the. National 5 -29-18.

.J League. His hitting is timely. aDd SoHWa, lip Name .,........:............. CHOKER CAMPBELL
.N.. ut. accurate. He rates among the top ,l3ometlmea be'a down to -
'_ Utters fa He adds, sflbfacts ADDRESS,. .. .,....;.._...... "
i 1 .tJL tl_ the National League. sr *t iT"i_
In speaking of popularity he Be w rks It aB vtxad City State ..................

'; --', I/MIlR.ItIlME..N E: comes in for Us share, of that Craning AUrtetlmu8i3199 Birthday. .................... -.,VISIT I
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., HELP WANTED! t Gordon tol4'police a car with
PATRONIZE FLORIDA STAR
MAIDS COOKS Johnnie's Booming House. Finest three men and a number of
HOUSEWOBKEBS .In JacksnoviHe. AD modem FOR ROBBERY'OF
.. women pulled into the service ADVERTISERSNOW
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Needed at once for steady positions night.. For information phone station'.and the driver ordered a

with private families EL 5-4025. 627 West Ashley St. ATTENDANT dollar's worth of gasoline Whilehe

age 21 to 41oomly} .,. you win was pumping fuel, Gordon NOW RITZ NOW
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live-in on the premises with was told by one of the meq, in ,
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own meals sad all APARTMENT FOR RENT Two suspects; are being held ,
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: to $200 month. ..transportation electricity. 55.00: a month. service station attendant between
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Phone EL 35942.APARTMENT 12 and 12:15 Friday, 13thAre You Chicken?
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trio got out of the car and at-
Patrolmen E. Jefferson and A. DON'T BE AFRAID SEE IT!
and.a good job guaran tacked him. He soid they beat -

teed. Write to Florida Domestic ,FOR RENT Jones reported the trio, the third him took $45.11 from his pocket FREE CHICKEN TO BE GIVEN AWAYBY
Lakeland member still at large is accused .
Supply, Box 323, ,
end then drove
Unfurnished apt. Hot Water. In. off.
Fla. or phone Mutual 19131. of beating and robbing Robert JOHNNY SHAW
teDigeat couple desired. 431 W.
i/W& t Lee Gordon of 1450 Francis St The other member of the trio
'Beaver Street. Phone EL 3-9810. u
... night attendant at the Kayo is said to be Donald Harold, 23, # jl ; r
Service Station, 1095 Kings Road. who appeared to be the ring 116

Held in city jail following their leader. He has not been apprehended -
MEET HIM AT MIDNITE, SATURDAY!
arrest are Austin Hill, 22, 1449 :
JUNE 14TH AT THE Illinois Street nad Arthur James '

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