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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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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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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 21, 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:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00376

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MIAMI Last year the Legislatures -


m.ttee began racial its investigating probe into com the ,'

possibilities of the communist Threat On His Life Charger -

influence into the NAACP, and .

race relations in the state of

Florida. ,

The committee supoenaed the I ___ _____ .
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NAACP's books and list of mem I
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bers. The NAACP contended that -

L it was not legal for the committee 9-YEAR FIGHT LOCAL NURSE
to supoena their records BEACH INTEGRATION LEADER ASSIGNMENT OF f 1 1TO



and that took contention.The Florida the .case Supreme to court Court on GETS THREAT OVER TELEPHONE PUPILS LAW\ GAIN ADMISSSION TO U. OF FLA. :I' ON $5,000 BOND .


passed on the hearing and said

that the investigating committeewas Ky Staff CorrespondentST. FACES ATTACK TALLAHASSEE-Virgil D. Hawkins won his 9-year battIe ': FOR ABORTION

within its rights when it su- to enter the University of Florida last Wednesday when'
PETERSBURG The life of civic leader
a Negro
poenaed the records and the NAACP :
I the federal court order that be admitted I
who has been active in the fight to end segregation ..t the- qualified Negroes
must with tha
committees A Jacksonville
comply ; registered nurse,
Florida schools. I
to graduate
I municipally-owned Spa beach! and l swimming pool was threatened MIAMI-NAACP At tome Rob
investigation.Rev. TALLAHASSEE A federal I
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at Brewster
last Wednesday itvrs revealed this week. ert L. Carter indicated in federal employed Hospital
Edward T. Graham of court order haded- down by federal arrested last
was Thursday on
The wife of the Rev. Enoch D. court there Tuesday that a heavy
Miami challenged the committees judge Dozier D e V a n e''' rhr-rjes of performing an abor.
Davis told officers the threat was legal attack-on Florida's pupil assignment -
right hnd refused to answer, brought an end to the lengthy tion.
She i DEACON IS law will be made by the
made ednesday by telephone. i
starting a chain reaction among i fight to keep the University of 'i(
National Assn. for Advancementof
the fifteen other witnesses called said the voice sounded like that Florida segregated. The Board of i iI County Solicitor Lacy Mahorn

to testify. The witnesses calledto 1 Colored People. i tiled a direct information in Cri-
of a white man. JAILED FORFGNBOMILD Control was ordered to remove ,
testify.refused to answer on : Carter brought the law into the any and all barriers that restricted i'r.unal Court against Rebecca Y.
Davis is chairman of the Citizens I ax Thompson 35, of 340 Dellwood
the constitution's fifth amend- picture at the start of a hearing admission to the university -

r merit ,... Cooperative? Committee. and. ,. n'', 2.:yeaK}S-a ,ltx 1tfi' r.1-N: to' Yrhites only* ', .< <\ Avenue .. : ...

Since the Supreme Court's ruling has had a voice in attempts to end gro,citizens to end segregation. "" i
.. The solicitor charged.. the nurse
,I Th te th 'of this The order clmaxed.a nine year t
Sen. Johns of Starke said iJ St. Petersburg I t l4w' e.useiee' (
gregationgat ,,,, gTa'f with performing. the abortion on
: '- -f ,iittrl''r.. tt1 ._ M Gt\\ '
haze-t Davis -ainouncedMonday" tliKi'court s c'S:6: : f 939 AlbertStret the all white :'Mary; B., Jones, 23,. of '717 W.
tore refused to answer would be Liebj,"and must be Investigated. institution.! It does
given an opportunity 'to testify action will follow if the city was arrested Wednesday Thtis constitutes part:of our proof 1 not however, open the doors to .Daval Street on June 10. ;

"at the next hearing. Starke had council fails to reopen municipallyowner I June 11, and placed in city Jailon I that Dade'schools,,are in fact, seg- the other white Florida State Mahon said the illegal operationtook

said 'at the end of the last hear. Spa beach and the swimming a charge- of fondling an 11- gregaCed." University. It will be the fall.., place at t he nurse's home

ing he would bring contempt pool. year-old girl who was a visitorin Carter and other:NAAVP attorneys semester before intergration can : : and the young' woman was admitted -
be tested at the university since > j
charges against the witnesses. The bathing facilities have been his home to watch television, failed to get an immediate classes have for | to Duval Medical Center {
Judge Gordon ruled "The legis- already begun for treatment on June 17.
for police reported.The ruling on whether the assignment "' .
closed and under police guard the summer session. i| -
lature has the power to authorize la wwould be introduced as evi- was entered today 'was the best
more than a week after a groupof mother of the girl said A separate suit will have to I The nurse is reported to have
investigations into alleged unauthorized dence. Lieb said would (
beach and he rule on which we could expect, since It
entered the
Negroes be the other university received fee of
and tier daughter came home about brought against a $65.00.
so longas .
activity :
that \ter.Edward
is limited to the graduate
S pro-
two weeks
pool ago. 9 p.m. and told her what had unless the Board of Con.
any Question propounded or fessional schools and does not The direct information w a a
do "Our leadersare taken place in the carnes home. F/ Boardman attorneyfor trol decides to intergrate on its
the said.
taken in inquiry Rev. Davis
steps the admission of tiled Mahon at the
Dade I require Negro I by request of
npt infringe on constitutional agreed that the segregation .1.tter hearing the child's story, r the school board, protested ,,"m.At students at the undergraduate Detective Sgts. Melvin Parker

will be pushed to some the mother said she called her attempts to bring up the
rights or the person investigated 1 question the request of Ralph E.I I level I sincerely feel that and Oscar Johnson, who arrestedthe
I law which lets school boards
definite conclusion." brother and they took her to as- I
they are permissable f for the University exhausted
Odum have defendant
Duval Medical Center, where she sign pupils to schools. He said the attorney we every legal Thursday morning.
I law was not an issue. Judgt DeVane wrote this I remedy available in resisting this Bond was fired at 5000. The

was sent to the County Morguefor I provision giving the University suit during the past nine years.I I nurse made bond and was released. -

DESEGREGATION RULING CALLED I a physical examination. Seeing Previously, the board had con officials a free hand to deal with can ony hope now that reason .

no signs of physical molestation tended that it did not operate under -
emergencies should they arise, and common Sfnseill prevailon
the County Examiner was I the segregation provisions of since Odum stated he would The Jones woman is still being --
not the part of all citizens both
"A CHALLENGE TO TEACHERS"have ,not called. I:the State Constitution but, instead like to have such public mischief I Negro and whites and that no I I treated at the medical center,

I, under the assignment law. I where it was learned that she
The homicide division was I displayed: as was in the case of actions will result on the part of
Robert H. Berry, supervisor of Authurine when she I I was denied treatment for several
called and Sgts. W. c. Barber Lucy, applied ny individual or group which I I
In an exclusive telephone interview higher academic ratings than and F. A. Gruber answered the r student attendance, denied that I for admission to the University will disrupt or injure the state I, hours until she confessed the
with the FLORIDA STAR; the U. of F. : name of the abortionist.
call. The mother of the girl I race is a factor in setting up school of Alabama. : universities or do further damage !
executive In conclusion Dr. Porter stated
Dr. Gilbert Porter, secretary f
signed a county warrant in the boundaries in the county. The provision reads 'The court to race relations in this state." |
of the Florida State Teachers that many students have the native -
office of Judge Dorcas Drake The suit, which has been in and recognized that defendents (Uni- The NAACP said they expecteda
to anywhere
compete
Association made the following ability
should be after which Games was trans- out of court since 1956, was filed verity officials) have full and gradual approach to intergra-j
he feels that
and
comments in regard to the recent 1 they I : TEACHER FIRED
decree which opened graduate'encouraged to apply for the U. of feryxl to county jail, police re- by the Rev. Theodore Gibson. Gibson complete stautory to the University ion and expected it to come 'j:

Florida rorted.i told the court today he wantedhis : of Florida and to act in about slowly. j
schools of the state universities to i:
1-- son "to enjow the benefits of I emergence to avoid public mischief -! Officials at the University ,
all citizens.
RAP
ON MORALS
f i integrated schools and not go t and to take such normal, j would not guess as to the expected ,
Dr. Porter stated. "It is definitely
a challenge to the Negro i MURDER INCORPORATED GANG i through life with a badge of in reasonable, and necessary stepsas I number of applicationsfor

I feriority." will provide for the orderly admission that would be i
teachers of the state to do a bet } ( I DENIEDAPPEAL
and peaceable administration of filed by Negroes for the comingfall :
ter job of preparing pupils when I I I
i HElD FOR INSURANCEKILUNG ,said University." term.JAXON.
must be II _
they know that the pupils MAN DRQWNS ( I I i

prepared to compete with the other Senator Randolph Hodges, a I I A Jacksonville school teacher

group and enter the universi- By Staff Correspondent.AR I strong supporter of segregation who was dismissed from his po-

ties." Teachers must encourage ; ON LAKE SWIM raid: "a foot in the door that will '! !I sition by the school board on
students they feel are capable of I OTh state has filed murder conspiracy TREATED
lead, and soon, to complete in- moral charge lost his appeal to
to
the work :o entEr.: "'a--'cs a',-ail1"t t'lrepersons and added another name
doing I
man's of school the Florida Court to
A 40-year-old body was tergration our system I Supreme
i the list of defendants involved in what is regarded as one
;
The leader of Florida's Negro I of the biggest "Murder Incorporated" operations in Florida. recovered last Wednesday after I believe we have enough I FOR CUT IN BACK i have the Circuit Court review his

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teachers stated that he feels that County :S01C'1torUItOn I.EuyflIed drowning near the municipal votes to call ourselves into special I dismissal.A

in due time Florida State University amt, the son of Lena :Milton, has docks after swimming around for session. I think we should'

as well as the University of charges: against Lena Milton confessed that he killed Minnie about five minutes according to da it, or we will make up ome'WITH RAZORMiss Florida Supreme Court mandate -
Mildred Milton, Eddie Corner and handed down Wednesday -
drowned when schools I was
to who witnesses.An
Florida will be open Negroes.He Claybourne, 22 eye morning and find an our

feels that Negro citizens should Frank"Ivory, all Negroes. He accused his car plunged in the Miami River eye witness, Jimmy White, are intergrated". 305'N.Myrtle upholding Circuit Judge William -

tike advantage of the opportunityand them of conspiring on Sept. I a- canyon- :Memorial Day. Milton told investigating officers that GOT. Leroy Collins, in a news Alberta White, 27, A. Stanly in refusing to review -

should apply for entrance into 28 to kill Walter Henderson. alsoa also-has confessed,that he and his, Ealy-Ricks Jn,'of 1212 Evergreen conference,. said "I can see no Avenue, told mvesUga.Ungoffic a plea by the dismissed

all divisions of the school An end Haines City- Negro resident. mother murdered his'father..Jack Avenue; came up to the bulkhead reason why Florida cannot ex- Davis she was standing when in Claudia front I school teacher.
of 506 Street
to the out-of-state-aid program is Judge R. H. Arcidon Directed :Milton In 1948 In Trail Lake,Miss* where they were fishing and told, pect to obey the court's orderWithout Mae Stubbs, between the of The mandate affirmed Judge

seen except in special areas. that warrants be issued for the: defendants Rogers said.Henderson'a. them he was going swimming. ,He difficulty To suggest ages Stanrys dismissal of a petition
29-31, of 751A W. Duval Street
Porter stated that,among many and set bond for them at battered was said ,Ricks pulled off, his clothes for, a writ of certiorari filed in
body is
t__ anything, to ,the contrary_ a came up and cut her in the back,
whites there is a feeling that Negroes $5,000 apiece.1 ,7 found at Vicksburgr KlsL-lut. with ,the exception,.of,,his underwear reflectionupon the good 'will after telling her she was the jea. Circuit Court by Willie Leroy

win apply in large numbersto This raises to 522,500) the :total Oct. 12 When 'the, murder*,ring and Jumped .into, the water, nature judgment, and i native son"'for her husband's, tearing. Harley, who as dismissed by the

enter the University. He feels baa for Lena Milton. alleged murder investigation first came to light and after swimming around for pride of Florida citizens and the home.. -- Board of PubBc Instruction in
that because of the cost of theUniTcrsity ringleader. two months ago. Sheriff Hagan about fire -minutes he started to j 1956. '
who Miss ,
comprise to
men and Batmen White:was taken pava1
and the fact that for Earlier, the two women and Parrish said he had information aiwim back, to ;the:"bulkhead and. bodies the faculty. treatment of Harley, a,.mechanical drawing
fhe student Medical Center .for
years the Negro secondary schools Corner had pleaded' not J.1itxto: that an attempt had been made In suddenly sank'out of.sight.. instructor at IsIah Blocker at the
tmirerBitiea" -
and alumni ,of our great a cut under her right'akoulder '
were sub-par scholarship and academic conspiracy.and attempted k murder Polk' County tokflh Henderson Ricks''body, .was.:.recovered":+ 'byFire T time, was accused of indecent exposure -
: ,-. blade with a razor, blade. She was
background will prevent ch rges'in'connection with an atetempt I several weeks before he died. + ,Patrol Boat. Mate A R! on Picketsville Road and
'' Ref to the decision handed treated'and released.!
) any from.,applying. Secondly. on the life of Johnny' Lee. : 'Insurance' pbllciis are said to Weeks in charger Ffre Chief Bothers = dawn: ,ering General Odum Patrolman A..R.'James and 'L. also with ,Attorney
many Negroes will want to enroll I Brown on Aprl110. :have been..the...moUV8.Jli \. every also answered caH.Judge investigated. reckless drivtt .";!
said the order which c. Wmtaina ,
in Northern grad schools which Meantime George Hilton of ]fi.I -< viewed_body at the sceae.._,l-',. _t.t 1,.feel... that.' ;; ;1.. ; .I. '\ "" ., ,..... ........ ... .. ., ,, .,

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By. Erie O. Simpson

Published by.The Florida Star Publishing Co.

There is a old saying which declares "the people get the typeof

MAIN OFFICE a PLANT: //d1ri government they_ deserve" .

Ia.S Moncrief Road ............... EL 4-6782 EL "4-6783 .In other words if they want
Downtown'Branch Office: 42S Broad .Street Phone EL 4-5775 55 i.: TI7 .;. q :.,%4jf honest city and county officials I Fuller Warren, gets a great

,, ,... who will devote amount of support from the

Mailing Address: their efforts to
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the Negro voters
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P. O. Box 661, Jacksonville 1, Florida good, clean government
yll 1 { t.. : and to But after these men got elected

ErIc O. Simpson ....... .....;.. ......... ..............Editor I! \ building the commumty they virtually forgot about theNegroes.

O. Parham Johnson ............... ... ... .. .News Staff u for the .

Altamae Richardson .............. ........ ..Circulation Dept. \ 1 best welfare of
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t the people. that'swhat Gubernatorial candidates and
'ti .
Member of Associated Negro Press I ';; '1 the people others seeking positions where

will get. They
.! to
SUBSCRIPTION BATES I + I patronage exists are going
i will get those
One Year, $5.00; Half Year, $3.00; Three Months, $L80 l I have to wake up to the fact thatNegroes
Mailed To You, Anywhere In The United States. ,f1ifj3" I things by voting
lS .. want their share In the
IT& w a and taking interest -
t Subscriptions Payable In Advance. Send Checks or Money Orders To: S t I I
+ r i S' in civic uture.
FLORIDA STAR-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA -
} h.\ and political
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1..rl Simpson .. .
it ; matter
tj ,H '
i ,- ..I:.' J But if they are content with The race for state senator

YOU FIRST, NEIGHBOR nr o w : Is# lU W'f ... J tl4 yO policially ambitious, self-seeking may be quiet now but you can

office holders whose main concern -
r ', be sure that as the days go by
..... is to protect the interestsof
will steam. Already
it pick
up
Sour words come easy when driving habit? are the It.v o .\ } monied corporations to attain
'l.'i is
subject. Often the man or woman behind the wheel seems / 7. Y ,, ...0:': ..I announced as a contender
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? : ., : : financial stability at the expenseof
possessed by the devils of bad \ Lach Mahon,
aggressiveness, temper, poor .. l" ,4." young, vote-getting
judgment, recklessness, stubborness, or plain lack of con- ." a'! "l.';.;:f7'" the taxpayers that is what
r."I whom believe will be a top
.l .., many
sideration for the other fellow. Knowing that display of ,. .. ... ,,' ,''ai'01-:'.'( ." they will get.Considering.
these qualities has ben responsible for many deaths and ::%7 .... .0- .! "."<<. /". iS :; tavonte against incumbent Fletcher
h I i.i. .. :r. the poor efforts on
injuries doesn't help matters. ... .,;.. ,.. .I, : .:' Morgan who has many sup-
.. the part of the City Council to
This -
state of affairs makes it all the more pleasant to I. ,
.
offer some words on the credit side. They concern the &* r rfi.i -y. cdti.-tI v W ..-- settle the bus strike which lasted porters as well as many detrac.

practice not common enough, but more common thanit for 83 days and its subsequent tors which is to be exepcted

used to be of yielding the right of way in good- Only Civil Rights At Home, Can Make Our World 1 Leadership Possible approval of an Increase" in bus when a man has already been inoffice.
natured fashion.
fares which levies a heavier bur.
It's a wonderful feeling when another driver stops .

short of an intersection in slow traffic and lets you cross, den on the public, it is obvious

or allows you to turn in front of him when the light -- that the citizens of Jacksonvillewho The one man this column .('an'tIuite

changes instead of making you wait for a long line of cars Your Weekly take little interest in our ( understand .Is candidate

to go by. Such an act merits a grateful wave of the hand government are getting exactly;

which generally brings a wave in return. You're happy, Guide what they de*er\e. Larry Lewis who lead off with a

the good samaritan is pleased with himself, and anyone Horoscope R swipe at the NAACP. That ,sort"

who was watching got a little object lesson in driving of stuff doesn't fool anybody
courtesy. It's well worh a few seconds lost. WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY'DAYS FOR ', We have noted with curious
anymore Quite a few people
BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL :I interest that the board of trus-

and M Uni seem' to he waiting to M'ehe-
A
Florida
SYMPATHY FOR THE SEDATE tees of

By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES :\ versity (as they say-"for Ne ther exsenatorayne lliplej will

Negro board member. get into the race before they

AND INTIMIDATING DYNAMITERIt originality. Projects begun at give you cause to be proud of groes") does not include a singleIn express their preference.
Born March 21 thru April 20th this time mature rapidly.2101I3812212. them. Family ties should become

Partners will be much more stronger, so do your part to con the same vein it seems

is not until you attend a top comedy TV show that you cooperative, romance will roll tact relatives you have not Seenin mighty strange that with the

discover there are warm up sessions before each program, and thatit along on a smoother basis, and VIRGO some time. In romance, keepto I exception of J. R. Lee, now vice--

is due to this period prior to the start of the show itself that on the 20th, when Mars 13 well Born Aug. :24 thru Sept. 23 the straight and narrow; don'tbe i president of PAMU who was

you can always be sure to be greeted with a sea of smiling faces aspected to Uranus, some unexpected On the 20th, a very unexpected detoured off the main road to

when you tune in at the very beginning of a show. One would good fortune will come chance comes for the sale ef happiness by passing or clandes- named to the Race 'Advisory

think that the audience either came prepared to really laugh it up jour way. This would be an excellent property. You may have to act tine attachments. Committee that few Negroes are

or that the audience was delibrately screened and only the easily time to sell your home or quickly. In almOst every avenueof 7-7&-11- 8-IS-713. ever named to any of the commission -

tickled ones were picked to attend. This is not so. Instead the other property at a profit. But life, your fortunes are on the .

audience is led into a state of acceptability; mass acceptance of a the best period of the month upgrade between the 21st and

Joshing joke that would hardly be considered funny if told to develops over the week end of 25th. A new romantic interest CAPRICORNBorn There are at least two goodrt"a..on. '

them on another day, but, being influenced by the masses, one just the 21st and 22nd may enter your life over the Dec. 22 thru Jan. 20 .. why this observer thinks r' ri K R

laughs with the crowd.A 0- -58-97-- ;67. week end of the 21st. The 22nd When Jupiter turns direct on Gov. Collins should name a Negro 'HI

somewhat similar warm up has been swung into gear lately. could bring a big advance where tne 18th, you will have more to one of the cOlIUI Slons.

Law enforcement officers from eight southern States met here you work, the possibility of a opportunities to increase your The first Is that' there are any

In Jacksonville about 40 days ago and created a new post for TAURUS I tax refund, the settlement of ,earning power. If you want to number intelligent and qualified

the assistant chief of police, "co-ordinator of the Southern Con Born April 21 thru May 21 some estate, or the chance fora ell property, do so between the Negroes who could be of valuable

ference, of Bombings". The 17th turns a brand new new job 20th and 23rd. With Saturn in i assistance as members of several

In addition to electing a leader for the group various pledgesof page in your book of life. Everything 3-20() 55; 18- -225. your solar fourth house, well of the various commissions set up

mutual cooperation and assistance were exchanged, a blue print I which previously seemed to aspected by Jupiter, you will in Florida.

for action was drawn up, assignments given to police officers in I be blocked will begin to move LIBRA never have a better chance to

various cities, and a general "state of war" declared on a certain towards fulfillment. Plans for Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 get a good price. In the second place, since thereis I i j ji

gentleman who has been named "The Dynamiter". some foreign travel could take The 17th stimulates activitiesin 2- -22-37-21-327. a one-sided patronage system

Not the "Hate Dynamiter"', the "Race Dynamiter"*, the "Mad shape on the 22nd. Friends will your personal affairs and that does not give any Jobs to i

Dynamiter" nor even the "Bad Dynamiter"*, but just simply "The be very helpful then and you can strengthens the force of your AQUARIUSBorn Negroes, it seems that some of

count on their financial support.By There will be -
Dynamiter" personality. opportunities
Jan. 21 thru Feb. 19 the Negro leaders would be
One would think that maybe things are being "watered" down the 23rd, Neptune receivesits to increase your incomeon will forwardmore ARTHUR CHAPINAssistant
Your plans go tossed commission Let's'face Chairman
a post.
to Deputy ,
a bit. In addition to this sedate title, the process of watering downIs major good aspect of the the 18th and 19th. Use this I and when Jupiter
quickly, it after all for Political Organization, Deal
month, assuring you of business current to advance LeRoy I
further into and statementsnow new
brought play by various quotes powerful I turns direct in your Sign late ocratlo National Committee
being made about "The Dynamiter"*. It is said ". and he's success. schemes in advertising, publish- on the 18th, your personal finan- Collins, like Dan McCarthy and j

careful not to injure his targets, whether they are persons or -22-12-21-412.GEMINI *ng, and all promotional workon I cial outlook will become stronger.

buildings". It is further stated that in the bombings in Birmingham, the 20th, when fortune really The 20th could bring about a ...

Montgomery, Nashville, Miami, and Jacksonville, the charges were favors you. sudden marriage, or exceptional LET'S GET TOGETHER
placed in an area where the explosion would do the least amountof Born May 22 thru June 21 I 5-50-77-18-75--558.SCORPIO cooperation from your present

harm to the property. Experts have been quoted as saying that Some unexpected gains in your. partner. The climax of the month .
Creative work such as publishing, I MEN & WOMEN WANTEDTo
James Weldon ;
In bombing the Jacksonville Jewish Center and comes over the week end of the
Johnson Junior High School on April 28 the "least amount of harm"* writing, or scientific research,
22nd when the sextile
will develop from the splendid Born Oct. 24 thru Nov. 22 21st nad Become Part Of A Strong OrganizationThat
pattern was followed. The New Moon of the 17th betwen Jupiter and Saturn bringsthe
trine of Mars to Uranus the
It has been decided that there's but one man calling the shots, on fulfillment of your cherished Will Work For Progrets
from unexpected
brings help
20th. The week end of the 21st
end his intention is to intimidate rather than to destroy. .
and 22nd is the best quarters. Your health will be reams.5W3sM3
part of the -0-
So follows the warm up, the sowing of the 'minimum destruc- ? 130.
month. The sextile between the better during the week that follows -
tion' idea; the grand change the whitewash, the watering down. ARE YOU INTERESTED?
Sun and Pluto, followed by the, and when Jupiter turns
All readers of past and subsequently upcoming articles dealing '
will IF SO. FILL IN THE BLANK BELOW
even stronger sextile of Jupiterto direct on the 18th you receive
with "The Dynamiter" will most assuredy be exposed to this tried PISCES
Saturn, will reward for some good news concerningyour
and proven stunt, but :you can be sure that not all shall succumbto you Born Feb. 29 Thru March 20 .'
work done in the past. home environment If you MAIL TO DUVAL CIVIO LEAUOE
this scriptive attempt at "mass aecepta.nce'rhe Dynamiter"Is maintain a con-
If can
to do on you 2323 MONCRIEF ROAD
3-80- 6-78-61-867. are planning move, so
after because of the additional black in this respect
now being diligently sought servative program
the 19th and 20th. The 22nd will
eye his activities have given the south as the gentlemen of the CANCER bring advancement or recognitionin i then your reward comes in a

Southern Conference of Bombings" have said; "The men with the Born Jane 22 thru July 23 your work and profession. A I big way on the 20th. Go after YLS I WANT PROGRESS

badges have taken off the kid gloves; they are not flounderingany The 17th accents your solar sale of property would be advantageous any new job now. Influential Register Me As A Member Of
deal for
do'a great
more. friends can
fourth house of home activities. this week end.
This period of dilligence is most commendable indeed, and it Is Many restrictions in your life 13CU2831US.SAGITrABIUS you. Best of all, your Increased bank account by THE DUVAL CIVIC LEAGUE

further hoped that after "The Dynamiter" has been caught and I is sure to be
will now fade away Into the background from
rightfully dealt with for his intimidation actions, the long arm of developments stemming
leaving you free to give Which WID Campaign lor
the "Southern Conference of Bombings" shall have no kid gloveson Born Nov. 23 Thru Dec. 21 the 22nd.
full attention to wrok. This
your Facilities
its hands and the of will be of win 9-60- 58 M85. Boiler Streets Drainage :
period floundering a thing would be an excellent time to go If you have children, they
the past.: Negro Firemen Civil Service* Jobs
after a najy job. Over the week
YOUR HOROSCOPE READING Job Opportunities
-Hugh H. Wilson end of the 21st ad 22nd, you will GET 10 eeats (one Equal
Bead
about yourseB. Doctors At Medical Cents
Use fids coupon. Lean more Negro :
be successful in and
romance
I clime la cob) for erf. horoscope+ ordered' .! by matt ladate .eU Better Treatment In Star
the sextile between :Jupiter and
Saturn brings good financialnews addressed stamped esmlope. Write > *!y JW otter dee* not app4 A Negro YMCA Build

to residents of tie dommlon .! Canada. General Commnslfj !JIIproyemaDt
and raises your professional
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prestige to a new high. r---- I am Interested la known*; some el the ether be.eeb
8- 00-88- 87-35--896. j PABLO"FORIDA STAR ASTROLOGER

S I I P. O. BOX 561JACKSONVILLE -' I I ire derive from: jotzdB fee erfasisafloB. .........


t r Bom July 24th LEO thru August 23 I 1, FLA. I II Adriee me when Ole next meetta* win M W4. ..........

The 17th opens up bigger possibilities lame I I

in travel or promotional I I NAME ...........

activities and better educational Address ." ,
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opportunities. Sadden engagements
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wIQ come to some of you I ( aags JPBONZ ..................
Allans as the day marks a wondcrfil -

period for romance. The l..e ara I ._IVCJ'IIJ&' .'.. .

aspect pun your iaJttattre and IiieOs. .... .J Tin r >d

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The last meeting,of the RoseBud ,)-' ; '.... hobo party will be sponsored
Garden Circle was :held re- in the' Elks Auditorium, June 30

I Mrs.' L.4a. Miller with Mrs. Thel. 'r ,. at .9 p.m.. for the benefit of

Mrs. L. C. Miter wtih Mrs. Thel. J Pride of Maceo Temple 186 nad

%: l ma Session 'Mrs. Hattie Wilson, 1 I. i I II I the Maceo Social Club.
Officers for the affair
i Mrs. Lucretia Williams and :Mrs. Mrs. Gertrude P. Morse will be I are Mrs.
Mercedes Williams, chairman
cCP ;
: Bessie Collins serving as co- the speaker for the Annual Tea
with O. H. Joe
hostesses for the affair I Beneby Stafford
to be sponsored by the Brewsters Skeet Hampton and Lucious Lat-
Edward conductedthe I
Mrs. Pugh Mothers' Club, Sunday, June 29, | timer as cochairmen.All .
meeting. Prizes were awardedto i
from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Elks attendants are expectedto
the members and guests with
; the most attractive hat made r/aildmg. 712 W. Duval Street. i I wear hobo costumes and two
}rites will be given to the worst
o'T from flowers grown in their gar. a Mrs. Morse is recognized as one I! .
,r dressed hobos.
,; dens. iU9' of the most influential and in.)
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F ... :' formative speakers In the city.
BRIDE-:Mr. and ".. I FREE AND FRIENDLY
MRS. to lj) selecting Mrs. Morse as spetk-
Sirs. LL h Oliver of Pensaoola, R. M. BROWN
e-. the club is assured of an afternoon ASSN. TO OBSERVE
,
Florida, announce the marriageof I TO SPONSOR TEA that will be both beneficial -
their foster daughter Syria I and THIRD ANNIVERSARYThe
Cecelia Brown to Robert Ran. enjoyable
lv Charley Sawyer, a prominent
dolph Robinson at St. Cypy-
Madam R. M. Brown will young tenor will render several
Church, in Pen. sponsor -
clan Episcopal
I Free and Association
Tea _._ = musical numbers. Serving as mis- Friendly
sacola. a Spiritual sjuly 11 in .L : *
I : tress of ceremonies will be Miss I met recently to make plansfor
of the Ephesian Baptist Church at SORORITY OBSERVANCE Members the Chi of the Iota Phi *
Chapter
The bride Is the daughter : J.stelleVilliams, a member of! their third anniversary and
Mrs Edith Brown Harris of 8 p.m.A I Lambda Sorority who celebrated their annual founders day recently with a candle- I the Duval County School System.II III I the annual trip to Miami, July 4.

:New York City and of the late program is being arrangedfor II' light ceremony and luncheon are seen' here. Standing from left. Sorors Annie M. The two contestants vieing for; The association is planning a

Ferdinand Brown. Miss Brown the occasion. Participants to Sneed Matilda Brown, Mable Latson, Carrie Hammond. Sarah Hicks, Margaret L. I honors are Mrs. Fannie Jones I baby contest for the benefit of

Is a graduate of Washington appear on program are Evan-I I Williams. Nettye Leapheart, Edith Boyd Julia Walker Brown. Inez Walden.. Irene and Mrs. Clara Carter Mrs. J. E. the blood bank and the burial

Senior High School, Pensacola, gelist J. Thompson, The Cavalier I Alexander, Catherine Blanchard Bobbie Lee Baker Maude Higdon and Sylvester Davis, president is looking for. department. The babies participating -

and Is attending the Florida A Singers and the Soul Stirrers. I Bosstard. Seated in the same arder are:. Sorors Georgiana C. Bowen. Evelyn Hillman 'I \'ard to a one hundred percent : in the contest are: Theodore -

r and M Tallahassee and Beulah McClellan. .--*
University I attendance for the eventWedding I Allen Taylor, Larry Peterson -

Mr. Robinson It the son of 1 Deneise Brown, Sharon Merrill .
attorney and Mrs. Robert Ran. RING WORMDANCRURSUFFERERS and Eranie Donaldson.

dolph Robinson of Jacksonville, BellsAPPLICATIONS The group will hold a meeting,

and is a graduate of Stanton I f'\h A/J Elizabeth/ r> dd'HllrS. i July 27 at 1082 Davis Street.
: IT YOU HAVE MY BKITTLC HMX DAHVUBTT h.( g. .
Senior High School, and St. TETtE.ECZEMA.UMCWORM.Oft OTKEft fay f i
Oft SCALP IaanAT NS. PCUVLAM Vn.L A$. I
gust Die's College in Raleigh, FOal TKANSiroftT atucr or THX 3CALfrO q FOR : MODERNIST CLUB
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North Carolina. I, AMO. TTCHD G. ASS Took OOCTOE. CROOCVXEAVTK1AJI ._ Retiring Teacher Honored :MARRIAGE
Oft BAUCB A8OVT rCUVLJUI.persuJarL. r LICENSES ELECTS OFFICERSThe
He has also done graduate :J r I

vvork at Florida A and M University : : ales W JtI. ,
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and is a member of the f BUT Ca.duoSr..a Ik fay OP.nu.rM. .
..wa-.....,.... warMARK'S ,. > David N. Geiger, 1957 VenusSt. Modernist Saving Club was
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. .i
--- -- ------ r t ., age 25 and Barbara Hollo. organized recently in the homeof
.1 -,- II way, 1131 W. 21st St., age 22. Miss Betty Bell.
i x Robt. Gale 3211 Winton Dr.,
The following officers were
I age 37 and Wynona Davis, 3211
elected:
Winton Dr., age 23.
Mrs. Barbara Pitt, president;
Henry Doyal, Jr., 739 1-2 W.
I Miss Betty Bell, vice president;
,.. / ,:: v Ashley St., age 21 and Sandra
I Mrs. Bonnie Bovan, secretary; .
r. '. Jean Hall, 739 12V.. AshleySt.
'
i ttiA a ?h Z, wI Mis. Charlie Mae Owens, treas-
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; : ; .. age 22.
38 WEST DUVAL STREET .> '0;{ ueier; Linda Mitchell, financial
Ralph M. Williams, Jr., P. O.
(A FEW STEPS OFF LAURA STREET) :. "?iJvI } t ::4 Box 713, Merritt Island, Fla., secretary and Catherine Hampton,
.. reporter.
I MI ::: h:" 4 age 24 and Shirley LaVaughn

Odom, 1825 W. 25th St., age 23.

Timed For YourVACATION I ; p/ Horace Mills 7003 Wilson 5 GREAT WONDERS

Blvd., 'age 27 and Mary Kierce,
I I l% sI
.tII. PLAN ANNIVERSARY
7234: Johns St., age 20.
II.,: ',. -\. !& ttkh: ; John W. Lewis Jr.. 1459 Davis

4. :St:; ., age 25 and Ruth Celestine

I "' .1' ''k Davis 1937 Davis St., age 23. The Five Great Wonders \&L
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Kentucky Lane, age 28 and Lois 1'I 22 at the Risley School

Timed For Hayes, 556 Florida Ave., age 21. I I Auditorium beginning at 7:00p.

; .-.. ... ?_. ., .. Clarence Renardo Harris 640 m.
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Court H, Blodgett Homes, City, The Suwanee Juniors, Dixie Jubilee
-NEXT The faculty of Moncrief Elementary hool and guests who attendee! a luncheon age 21 and Josephine Price, 1233 of South Carolina and other
FALL honoring Mrs. Elizabeth T. Redding on her retirement from the Duval County Grant St., age 22. will on
School System are shown here. In the group are: Helen T. Hawkins Margaret Curtis Miranda, 1442 GrotheSt. outstanding groups appear

Brown Martha Kelly Sarah Robinson Wilhelmina Baldwin Grace Singleton Ira age 20 and Elizabeth Wyatt, program.
R. L. Lambert will
ALL FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK Washington Delores Mathews. L. B. Langley John Armstrong. Elsie Brown. Margaret 1476 W. 22nd St., age 17. I Evangelist master of ceremonies for

Siarkes Agaha P. Williams, Elizabeth Redding Mrs. I. E. Williams Mrs. Magnolia Johnnie B. Tyson 1110 Grant serve as

TWO GROUPS Brown. James Thomas, G. V. Gardner Georgia Lewis, Jennie TL. Crittenton Al- St, age 26 and Nellie Dixon, 130 the occasion.

BETTERSHORTEE verta Cook. Julia Gamble Dorothy Scott Minnie Walker. Pearl Home, Emma Bur- E. State St., age 19.

ney, James. Jones Maryland Macon. N.M. McDonaldson Geneva Carter, Delores Henry Montgomery, 1141 Lincoln TWO JAXONS WIN

Middlebrooks Abisah Shee Bernice White, Julia Wallace Thelma Silas, Mary A. Court, age 30 and Alice Bat-

COATS Moore, Julia Randolph, Margarette Sweet, Julia Wallace, Alvenia Scriven. Carter tie, 739 W. Church St., age 17. FISK SCHOLARSHIPS

Lewis lowers Fannye Mickens Hessie Solomon Lucille Williams and Sarah Mont- James Levern Scott. 1842 West

100% All Wool gomery. In photo Insert. upper left are: Theodore Redding S. C. Evans and Mrs. 27th St., age 19 and Carrie Lee

Elizabeth Evans as Mr. Redding presented his wife with a bouquet of roses. Drayton, 1497 W. 27th St, age 19. NASHVILLE,, TENN. Jamea

PASTELS AND DARK SHADES James Ross 2072 Lewis St. R. Smothers, registrar and director

Sizes 6 to 20 12 1/2 to 26 1/2 !age 20 and Carrie Belle Johnson of admissions at FIsk University
WHITE ROSE CLUB I I 19 announced thisweek that
1703 Harman St., age
i I = : Lawrence L. Simmons, 1960 Fi&k has awarded a scholarshipfor
TO HOLD MEETING f :
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$00 = -=- -- ;; ; '" I&IJ; Moorehouse Rd., age 30 and early admission to Leila K.
U Eoreatha Williams, 1121 Powhat- Hickson and Miriam C. Burneyof

The White Rose Social and tan St., age 25. Jacksonville.The .

Saving Club held its business Walter R. Gay 2121 Waster st., program for early admission

meeting recently in the home of I with age 19 and Jeanette Bryant, 2310 at Fisk University providesan

Mrs. Bessie Owen. 1024 West 26th LOUISE G. GUINYARDMrs. Jerusalem St, age 18. enriched and unusually stimulating
Guaranteed Values to $45.99 Leonard Cleve Mitchell. 1069
Street, with Mrs. Madie Williamsas general education for 10th
co-hostess. Franklin St., age 20 and Devlor and 11th grade students of ex-
BETTER Hatti Stewart was hostess when the Classy Lassies Delores Boyd, 1132 E Beaver St., and ambition.
The previous meeting was held ceptional ability
met last Friday evening at the Ribault Supper Club. age 18. ,
COATS in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Kathryn Robinson was the club's guest and re-
LONG .
James: Stephens. ceived a beautiful gift from the hostess.

Visitors present at the meetingwere Mrs. Helen M. Toney and Mrs. Margaret Starkes qualified Beauty-bleach the safe.. way

100% All Wool LightWeight : Nelson Grant, Jr., Mrs. for top prizes and Mrs. Alveta Allen received the consolation r r.
I Clara Streets and Mrs. Ethel i W
PASTELS TWEEDS IMPORTS I award. 6 ,,
Vance. I The group enjoyed a delicious repast.
Sizes 6 to 20 38 to 44 s s s s s

i Miss Delores Pearson, daughter of Lloyd N. Pearson,

Sr., 1478 McConihe Street, is among those departing for
ABOUT PEOPLEMiss summer school. She left the ciy :Monday to pursue work

$3500Guaranteed towards the Master's .Degree at Florida A&M University.Miss .

i : Pearson is an instructor Walker College.
S s s s .
Yvonne, Simpson, a 1958
June graduate of New Stanton Guests attending The Entre Nou's beach party last

Values to $69.99 Senior High School, will leave I week-end are still talking about the pleasant evening spent

the city,' June 22 for Detroit,I with the group. ,

Michigan to spend her summer I Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Sollie Mitchell. Mr. and k

vacation with her sister. She expects -, Mrs. Albert Ingram., Mrs. Geneva Henderson.. Mr. and Mrs. 4/ ,
to.enter college this fall Kernaa D. McFarlin Mr. and Mrs. Killis BODJI r, Miss Inez .S.
MARK'S .
S About People .... ._.. ._ .. .. Simmons Miss Mozelle Bruton Mrs. Helen Hart Mrs. '1 _. r r.i
Mrs. Nellie Edward of 1748 Mildred Christopher Mrs. Lillie B. Blackshear. Miss Lau-

Myrtle Ave., is convalescing in retta Jenkins. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac D. Simmons Mr. and Mrs. with scientifically-formulated
38 WEST DUVAL STREETA her home following several days Paul Bennett. Sr.. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Johnson Mr. and

FEW STEPS OFF LAURA STREET illness in Brewster' Mrs. Humphrey Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Stewart Miss Theora Dn TN./- TONE
s '* Leggins John. Harris Mr., and Mrs. Thomas Myers and Mr. CREAMNew

Feature Mrs. Nettie Washington 1323 and Mrs. Capers Thompson.Each .
We Sizes 10 to 20 121/2 to 321/2 1 ARTRA contains the miracle ingredient Hydroq1J Jione.
Cleveland St, is convalescing in members of the club participated in the prepara-
-and also'Sizes 38 52 Now women with normal skin can bleach effectively and
,through the home of her'daughter, Mrs. tion of the tasty refreshments that added so greatly to safety with no harmful atkrdects.No b zrnin No paling

Amy Brown at' 737 W. Monroe the success of the affair. For a lighter, brighter, lovelier look; use the SAFE beauty-
REGARDLESS OF YOUR. HEIGHT OR SIZE St. i i t bleach-ARTRA. Get it in the blue and
black package at drag and cotmetic -
"WE CAN FIT YOU CORRECTLY" The Hart Street home of Mrs.' Sally Baldwin was the counten. Big 2

VMrs. Bessie Brown, Mrs.' John. setting for a quiet evening of bridge enjoyed, recently by 'W oz. tube 98* plus tax

I nls Cowart Mrs. E. I* >Long and a very enthusiastic weekly group. v

EkMVthJJIJ:: : : : 1 Mrs. Thelma Williams were recent Small talk centered around the very beautiful antiquepieces cdi.k/kbr .

guests of Mrs. Sule J. Blackat that so amply furnish Mrs. Baldwin's home. 1Paksh _acamkd Zw9.wtta.X_I.., '.

her American Beach Home I Miss Zelma Johnson was the congenial w .-:.: :
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I. Joint Observances_ Slated At Beulah/ Church ,. -> .. I


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CHURCH NOTES I ANNUAL DAYSETATLAURA i 1 1I I MRS. It ALLEN : OFFICERS IN STALLED FOR I


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W. F. FOSTER BOOSTERS eS4 11 S: l I:TO BE FETED AT ANNUAL OBSERVANCE SUNDAY 7 7 "


CLUB SPONSORS PEW RALLYA

Pew Rally will be sponsoredby i i 1 Plans have ben announced by II JUNE RECITALDistrict with the following female officers in charge: Mrs. Elmira E. Smith.

the W. F. Foster Boosters I the Laura Street Church Chapterof : -Baptist Church June 22, beginning with Sunday School at 9:30: ajn.

Club of New Bethel AME Church Presbyteran Men for the an1I'1 with the followig female officers In charge: Mrs. Elmira E. Smith,

June 22 at 7:30 p.m. I y program, II I' r : Number 10 of the Mt. I chairman; Mrs. Mattie 1.[. Stephen, co-chairman; Mrs, Louise Odom
I I t treasurer; Mrs. Ovelia Demps acting pastor; and Mrs. Jessie Sey.
A program will be presented -yn; be h.1,1. June 29 beginning I! Sinai Baptist Church will sponsor more, secretary.

for the affair. Invitations hava I I with Sunday School at 9:30 .I I Mrs. Ruby B. Allen prominent I Male offiters are: Johnny Alvin -

been extended to the general Oscar I. Illlman has been an- r.urch lady community worker, I. chairman; James Savage; cochairman JERUSALEM CHURCH
public: to attend the occasion. ,;
nounced as the program committee in a music recital on June 29 at I James Bennett and D.

CHURCH OF GOD chairman by Rev. Wil-, 7-00: p. m. in the church audito- I Green, committees. j, TO OBSERVE ANNUAL

SLATES REVIVAL bert B. Miller. I II .!i mra. I Mrs. 'Louise Odom Jessie SeyI WOMEN'S DAY SUN.
I i
A revival meeting will be held The leaders and members of I Mrs. Allen Will be accompanied; i more and Ernestine Smith are

nj the East Side Church of God, all departments of the Boy'I b/ ,choir Number 1 of the Mt.Helnel I the finance committees. Women's Day will be observed
beginning! June 20 and continue li HONORED-Dr. H. Manning Efferson (left), deanof ,
Scouts and YMCA have been in-i' Jr. Baptist Church of which Mrs. Bertha Griffin will be iii the Jerusalem Baptist Church
Through June 29. Florida A and M University and J:R. E. Lee ,
I vited to attend the Sunday j i vice-president, have been honored by The 58 Rattler the Rev. W. J. Long is pastor. the guest superintendent Jun 22 throughout the day.

FELUWSJlIIl'TIST School: and morning worship. yearbook publication which is dedicated to the two long- Accompanist for Mrs. Allen Morning worship will begin at Mrs. Marie Washington of

UNITS PLANS OUTING The devotional services will bej' time staff members. The 58 Rattler contains 328 pages \vll be Mrs. Victoria Terrell 11 a.m.ith the Usher Board Walters Memorial I Methodist
The School and BTU conducted by. Howard E. Covington jncluding four of four color Dean Efferson I
Sunday and Jesse Word executives pages process. The pastor of Mt. Sinai, the of ML Olive AME Church as Church will be the speaker for
Department of the Fellowship has been a member of the Florida A and M staff :
'.f the Young Men's Christian I 1924 Rev. H. H. Robinson: along with I guest board. Devotional service the morning service and Mrs.
Baptist Church will sponsor a since 1923. Vice-president Lee joined the staff in
rip to Little Talbot Island, June Association. Elmer Taylor will be'' serving as business manager until being named to his District No. 10 extends to the J will be conducted by :Mrs. Marie Florence Griffin will be the

28. The bus will leave the church [ tie! speaker for the morning worship. present post in July of 1957. (Rapopport Photos) preneral; public a cordial invitation I I Fredrick and Miss. Hattie Arm-i:j speaker at the 3:30 p.m. service
He will be introduced by j to attend the recital.WOMEN'S i
at 8:30: a.m. ] j I strong. ;; Mrs Toe Oree or Central Baptist
1 1NF.IV M. L. Rudd, field scout executive j
1I I i MT. ARARAT USHER : Mrs. Lucile Frazier will be the
of the North Florida Council' I rhurch will be the speaker for
It MEN'S! DAY SET
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HOPE AME SUNDAY t mistress of ceremonies for the the .
evening worship.The
Boy Scouts of America. BOARD SPONSOR TEA \ DAY !
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DAY
SCHOOL PLANS GUEST
The general public have been I service at 3 p.m. officers -are Mrs. Elizabeth

The Sunday School of New I:invited to attend the observance. I IHOLSEYCME AT MT. ZION i Evening worship will begin at Jenkins general chairman; Mrs.
Hope AIM Church under the I I I A Spring Tea will be sponsoredby SET AT MOUNT 7 devotional service Josephine Green. co-chairman;
p.m.'ith
supervision of J. R. Henderson, !j CHURCH Usher Board No. 2 ofIt.. : and Mrs. L. 1anningill be the
will! observe "Guest Day,'' June conducted by Peter Smith and j, pastor for the day.DO .
:
i Ararat Baptist Church, June 22 '
29 at 9:30 a.m. I TO CLOSE RALLY I Plans have been completed for Arthur Johnson, and Rev. c. M.
from 4 to 6 pm. at the homeof RARAT CHURCH
The United Gospel Singers of I j Mrs. Milissia Brown. 2109 the initial observance of Men's S'law will be the speaker for YOU KNOW?
St. Augustine will present a mu-
The Calendar that is in i
Rally Day in the Mt. Zion AME Church, I i tht service.
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sical in the churchat Venus Street.A
extravaganza
7:30 I progress at the Holsey Chapel which will be held, July 27, ac- !j Annual Women's Day will be ;, You Can Now Buy
ha been
p.m. arrangedfor
CME Church program
will terminate on I observed in the Mt. Ararat Bap-
The program Is being presentedfor carding: to the Rev. A. D. Harris, FOR YOUR
June 22 at 3 p.m. the occasion with Mrs. Mary list Church, June 22 with Mrs Most\ Anything You
the benefit of the organ drive : DRIVER'S LICENSES
I A program will be presentedwith Hartsfield serving as mistress of pastor. ; Carrie Gordon, general chairmanin !
at the church. Mrs. Essie L. Barnett as Officer for the observance are: charge. Or To Drive i Want At 'VholesalePlices
ceremonies for the affair. Mrs Learning
mistress of ceremonies and theRe C. B. Johnson chairman The activities will with
,
general ; I begin
Ola Louise Hilliman will be the
BAPTIST
lUTe PLEASANT
,' : DRIVING SCHOOL At
AJAX I
Joseph Harter as the guest
me School at 9:30
TO HOLD MEETING H. Adams, E. H. Battle, W.: Taylor Sunday : ajn.
and the Junior Hostess
speaker
speaker for the occasion. with. Mrs. Marinda Tennant as 1134 West Cth Street
The regular monthly congregated hostess' I i co-chairmen; Edward Brooks, UNCLE JIM'S
The captains are: Jacquel"IlColey I Club will be the for the general superintendent in charge. ELgin 4.0639)

meeting will be held at January; Rosetta Scott, occasion. II secretary and Hutchie James, Jr., Mrs. Cora Leonard wilT be the SHOPPING SERVICE
the Mt. Plasant Baptist ChurchIn Myrtice Griffin, March; chairman.The i iI GEORGE L PERPENA Dlr.
February; program acting pastor for the day with 539 W. Beaver Street
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Callahan, Florida. The Rev. Luciel Hogan, April; :Maratret I Jackson Mrs Pearl Timmons assistant
captains are: M. as
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Whitten '!s pastor. A motorcadewil HOBO PARTY SLATEDAT -- .
June
Crimes, :May; Sarah Coley ; pastor and Evangelist Amanda
Graham S. Robinson D.
B.
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of Miss
leave the home
Beatrice Logan, July; Fanie Sy- ELKS AUDITORIUMA I Anderson, a member of Mt Zion TtSSBSn" *" l 'WTBXN
1465 Grothe N. Charles Mc- >
Frances Striven, Wright Manette :
dell, August; Mildred Lyons, Sep- AME ChurcH will be the speaker i!' WITH
..... NEW!
TROUBLE ,
Street. Melvin Grace will be
Jueen RobertJackson H. James,
tember; Linsell Hogan, October; I I for the morning worship. r f HAVING DELUXE
In charge. Fannie Green, November; and Hobo Party will be given In Sr., Davie Brown, Grover Byard, : A youth program will he pre-:> UMPS ; SHA VINE

NEW BETHEL AME Claudine Hogan, December. :the Elks Auditorium.\.- June 30 at James Paulin Eddie SIcGinnis, N.. !, rented at 3 *p.m., under the'( i is made by the
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.K. RALLY 9 p.m.; for the; benefit of the Merritt and St. Esau Butler. supervision of Mrs. VernelT'* MAGIC 1 1RWrV
TO TERMINATE CENTRAL BOARD I Bythewood.. BTU will begin at'
Pride of Maceo 186 and SHAVINGPOWDER
Temple
106 will
A New Rally will be held In The Prince Hall Lodge ;
;
5:30 p.m. with Mrs. Emma Gillis
the New Bethel AME Church, WILL SPONSORA the Maceo Socia .Club. observe. St. Johns Day, June 2Z I to ;
as general president charge. People
June 22 at 7:30: p.m. MUSICAL TEA Mrs Mercedes Williams is the at the church at 3 p.m. and the I Mrs. M. It. Johnson of St.

The event is being sponsored I chairman for the affair with O. Rev. A. D. Harris will deliver;i Thomas Baptist Church, will be', RA7.ORo

*,v the W F. Foster Booster's 4 of Central H. Beneby, Joe Stafford, Skeet I BEARD WITHOUT
Stewardess Board Jfo. the sermon. I the speaker for the evening;!! REMOVES USE.
Club. A program has been ar. CME Church, Mrs. Marie Hampton, Lucious Lattimer as service. TO
FASYddrvp 'lr
ranged for the occasion. Smothers, president, will presentits cochairmen.Two manly scent. '
Visitors and friends have been prizes will btf given to RUBY ALLEN TO GIVE
annual Musical Tea Sunday
I DISTRICT NO. 1 OF numeFAST. stores.PLEASANF. t f em !1"
invited to attend the affair. from 4 to 6 p.mat the church. the worst dressed hoboes. MT. SINAI RECITALMrs. d ; 116{
: ZION HOPE HAS 1 "r
i The board has secured some .'l reiiobl. SUPPlT SO
FOt2YCTi'f
FAIRFIELD GARDEN CIRCLE very fine and talented groups 28TH ANNIVERSARYDistrict \ yfi110$1 CG.

OBSERVED ANNIVERSARYThe and individuals to appear on the BOARD 4 OF CENTRAL Ruby Allen will be presented THE SHAVING POWDER SAVANNAM. ;

Fairfield Garden Circle program. Appearing will be: CME TO HAVE TEAThe by Samuel Brant In a 26'( of the Zion Hope ,.' 0lOXy GEORGIA
its 20th anniversary -*
observed> Vernon Smith, a young pianist; musical recital on June 29 in the :Baptist Church will observe Its

recently in the home of Ave.Mrs., Mrs. Daisy Wallace, The Herald. Mother Hinds Singers, Mt Sinai Baptist Church, begin !fourth anniversary, June' 24 at
Hall 1547 Evergreen
Ethel ,
aires. the Mother Hinds Singers, Vernon Smith, and some of the ping at T:30 p.m. 8 p.m. in the auditorium: of the
Central Choir and F. Gray with Some of the participants in church.
will
leading local talents appearat
DEACON UNION his accordion.The the Stewards! Board No. 4 the program are: the Rev. H. A prgoram has been arranged

_ board has extended an musical tea to be held at the H. Robinson, Mrs. Victoria Ter- for the celebration and Mrs.

invitation to everyone.JERUSALEM Central CAQi Church on Sunday rell, Choir No. 1 of ML Bethel Bessie Hill will be the- mistress Would You Like to Be

HOLDSMEETING from 4-6 p.m. Baptist Church and the Rev. of ceremonies for the occasion.

CHURCH All are invited to attend. W. J. Long.SIMPSON. She win be introduced by Mrs.

PLANS WOMEN'S DAY :Daisy: Foster, president. Rev. W. AnExecutive
METHODIST M. Cummings win be the speaker I
The Ministers and Deacons UNITY ASSEMBLY
.for the occasion. I
Mutual Union Auxiliary of the will be PLANS PEW RALLYThe
AnnualYomen's Day SPONSORS SONGFESTAn I Invitations have been extended i ?
Emanuel Progressive Baptist Association Secretary
observed In the Jerusalem Bap- to the general public to attend I

will convene with the tist Church, Eastside, June 22. hour of song win be presented combined usher boards of the affair. !
West Friendship Baptist Church, have been arrangedfor Methodist Church will
Programs on behaii of the Unity Simpson -- -
June 25 through the 29th. each- service with some of Assembly of Truth by Mrs. sponsor a new rally, June 29 iI} CHURCH
with MT. VERNON ; THERE IS A CRITICAL SHORTAGEOF
The services will begin
: the city's leading women parti- Grace Solomon. the auditorium of the church at
the Rev. D. J. Jones in charge cipating. The songfest will take placeon 7 p.m SLATES ,OBSERVANCE,: PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL!

cf the services. June 25 at 7:30 Invitations have been extendedto Sunday, June 22nd at the A program has been arranged I Ifor I

pjn. and Rev. C. Asque as alter- the general public to attend Brooks Community House. HOg, the affair. I. Women's Day win be observed j

nate.The the services T;ler St. beginning at 6 p.m. I An invitation has been ex- in the ML Vernon Baptist SPECIAL OFFER! -
services will terminate, Chicken and fish dinners will Featured Soloist for the occa- tended to other boards of the Church, June 22, beginning with !

June 29 beginning with Sunday be sened: June 24 at 1133 Franklin !Zkl: will be Isabelle Powell with city to attend the occasion. I! Sunday School at 9:30 a-m, I
School at 9:45 a.m. The lesson for the benefit of the'lomen's I asM program. Mrs Ethel Boyd and Mrs. :,
Street yi s. B very Backey serving I..
will be renewed by the Rev. PERSONS WHO ENROLL IN THE EXE-
drive. Lorraine Johnson were elected as
\ Day tress of Ceremonies; reading j
Josephus King. Morning devotional w'l:1 be given by Miss ShirleyM ST. MATTHEW UNITS chairman and co-chairman for i iI
CUTIVE SECRETARIAL COURSE DURING -
will be led by Gus Hayes
I
and James Bailey and the Rev. DAY SPRING CHURCH Her and Miss Marilyn Solo- SLATES ACTIVITIESA I the event. \

W. J. Rogers will deliver the UNIT SPONSORS TEAA mon. I JUNE WILL RECEIVE THE FIRST
A brief talk on unity principles WEST UNION PLANS

sermon.The Laymen will have chargeof Fellowship Tea will be Wannamaker: will be, given the leader by Mrs.of Sally the sored Pineapple by District Sip No.will 6 be spon-I I JUNE BIBLE SCHOOL MONTH'S TUITION.

the 2:30: pjn. service and the sponsored by Usher Board No. 1 .Matthew Baptist Church, June 22

Youth hour will be held at 3:30: of Day Spring Baptist Church, group. from 4 p.m. to 6 P.HL, In the Vacation Bible School will begin .

p.m. with Mrs. c. Williams pre- June 22 from 4 to 6 p.m. in the ESSIE MAE THOMASIN home of Mrs. Ethel'Geiger, 3420 In the West Union Baptist FREE! .

riding. Recreation Center, 3rd and ML Myrtle Avenue.A Church, June 23 at 9 ajn. and

Herman Streets. CHURCH RECITAL program will be presented continue through June 27. Miss

BETHLEHEM BAPTIST Mrs. M. S. Curry will be the I during the affair' and Mrs. Ethel Norma R. Soloman and Mrs. A GOOD PAYING POSITION IS WAITING

guest speaker for the affair. :'.:?q Essie tae'Thomas will Freeman win be the guest Dolly Ford are the Instructors. FOR YOU I I I I '

WILL BEGIN JUNE Mrs. Clinton Graham is the gen-I be presented in a recital July 7 speaker. .

BIBLE SCHOOL ON 23 eral chairman for the program in the Mt Olive Primitive Baptist District No. 3 will observe Its EAST FLA. LAYMENTO CLASSES STILL FORMING
committee. I Church in the interest of anniversary at 3 pjn. Sunday. .
r the Men's Day drive sponsoredby The Rev. H. Overstreet and"h1s MEET IN QUINCYThe

Bible School will begin in the MRS. S. J. WILSON Mr. Ethel Holzendorf. congregation will be In chargeof
Call Or Wrile For Free'Wonnat1on
Bethlehem Baptist Church, June Melvin Grace wiD serve as the service. State Laymen meeting -
SETS ANNIVERSARY master of ceremonies for theoccasion. District No. 8 will hold its will taljs place In QuIncy on June

23 at 8,, ajn.Registration. : I meeting Sunday at 4 p.m. in 25-28. Bus transportation for the

wiil be held June Mrs Sarah J. Wilson will observe the home of Mrs. Susie Wiley meeting will leave SL Paul AME WALKERVOCATIONAL .

21, from 12 to 1:30 p.m. her fifth .anniversary as I I MT. OLIVE BAPTIST 2924 Moncrief Rd. and the district Church on Wednesday at 2 am.

The teachers are: Mrs. T. E. soloist, June 24 at 8 pm. in the will sponsor an ice cream Local churches have been askedto & COMMERCIAL COLLEGE

Nelson. Mrs. I* Frazier Mrs. S. Friendship Baptist Church. I! TO HAVE RECITAL dip June 29 in the parsonage. contact J. L. Williams, presi-

Some of the participants to appear District No. 1 will observe its dent of the East Florida Conference Elgin 4-0177 P. 0. Box 4935
Brayton
L.
Fedd, Miss Carrie on program are: The Celestial The Gospel Chorus of ML 30th anniverSary, June 28 at the Laymen who is arranging

Mas Annie M. Cook Miss Bar- Spiritual Singers. Willing!I Olive Baptist Church will be presented church, and District 5 will sponsor the transportation and re. Myrtle Avenue at Ninth Street

bara J. Jackson Miss G. Nelson, Workers Singers Herald Singers in a recital, June 30 in a pew rally, June 22 after ceiving the annual donations to JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

Theodore Foster and others. and the Rev. H. L. Herod. 'i 1 ho interest of the Men Day service. the State League.

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BEAIJ1'f.C URSEOO ''AME' LAYMEN SLATE WOMAN 1 -CUT

-. MEET. AT QUINCY .4 ATTEMPTING TO !, REFRIGERATORS

AiFLORIDAA The annual state meeting: of STOP- A FIGHT- SERVICED
O the A1O5>! Laymen will be held AND

In Quincy. Florida Wednesday
Mrs. Minnie Warren, 40, told REPAIREDCALLP0.4.0127
arid Thursday June 25th and
police she was in a beer parlor
& M 26th. J.. L. Williams conferencelay
,
i <
Street when she was attemptingto
7 The Conference President is
stop a fight between two
TALLAHASSEE The 15th requesting that each local church ,
:: 4i 1 annual contact its district president and women
training course for beauty Mrs. Warren said she stoppedto
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; F make its annual donation to the
I culture teachers and beauticianswill separate the two women who
State Laymen League.
be held here were fighting and one of them
July. 1425. This The Florida Conference host STRANDSun.
cut her on the left hand witha
advanced course is ''designed to district has arranged an elaborate
I knife. Police said she did not
\r-T Ii
I\\rL i give additional education'-,to license program for the delegates.The .
first session will convene know either one of the women. Sat.. June 22.28
teachers... and beauticians.It Patrolmen A. W. Harvey and
\Vedneday morning, June 25th at I'
2 Great Technicolor Hits!
J
will be F. R. Whitehouse
N ? 's held In the Vocational- investigated.
10 o'clock. .I
Technical Institute of the Florida I The bus will leave from St. .

A and M University. A full pro Paul AME Church at2 a.m. A LORIDA STARIN THE LONERANGER

\4&T gram has ben planned in cooperation .' Wednesday morning. For information

: with the Florida State Board I call or write J. L. Williams 1 EVERY
of Beauty Culture. !l- 1892 Moncrief Road EL-'

W Mr. William B. Simmons ofNew 4-6916; Mrs. Wllie' Mae Hart, COLORED HOMEWESTSIDE
yC EL 4-6369 Mrs. Ruth Watson,
; York City, a graduate of'I ; uncovers a city of gold
]EL 4-2568 or P. J. McIntosh, EL-
Apex. Bonford and
Wilfred Advanced -| and plunges .

School of Hail:: Styling into his <* -. V
of Borton Gross School of Hair.
I newest, most
Styling and Clairol Institute '
LLjL .i1950.Grayson's I exciting
K New lecturerdemonstrator.During York City, will. serve as'' I REPAIR SHOP adventure! -

the clinic he will teach I Repairs

cutting, shaping, bleaching, tint : 221 Laura Street RADIOS & TV'S
,
ing the different kinds of curls, I Cleans
( hints in make.up, short cuts and
I
d echniques in modern hair'styl- !; FLOORS-'VINDO'VS
k
y
s yw ing, shop
management, personality SemiAnnual i YARDS
in business, -
and the Do's
Call Us For Help -
j and Don'ts in beauty culture. I ./
CALL ELGIN 5-2958 }
"i E
1635 Kings Road
,

: a BREWSTER MOTHER 4J7 LOtJE
IN MUSICAL TEA '

I'A I i I Real Estate YZ1RIUGAnd n

.-'...... .-... .... ..-.... ........ _... .--'-" .. -_- .... ._-... -_.- I'' The Lost
'4 Robert Freeman will be $ LOANS $ I Clt-y Or- Gold"
pre-
The parents of Milton White a student at New Stan- I
tented in a recital by the Brew- 1. )(\ I d.H'J.I..ihljQAY' ;
ton High School surprised him recently with a birthday CONGRESS MEET ster Mother's Club on June 29th SALEOF $1,000 $%,000 $3.000 II ,-"MOM( _111:ii.. ,_

party. Many of his friends gathered to help him celebrate at the Elks Auditorium, 712 W. I $4,000 up to $25.000I !IlYf'ltt.fU"TON'0

the gala occasion that was held on the lawn of Milton's I Duval St., during the Annual Tea Payable $1.00 per mo. per hun- I Plus -

College Circle home. In the Top Photo, seated left to right I TO BE HELD which will take place betwe z; I dred on unpaid balance at 6%. /
4 and 6 I Let us help you to complete I CAr-\V GRANT
are: Delano Messer, Jo Ann Kennedy Mildretta Messer, p.m ... ? I II '
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I your house or refinance 38
Zeta Gibson: Standing in the same order are: Patricia Mal- JAWEMANSREID'J J
in the same place.
years
lory Earl Harris, Milton Samuel Anderson Gerald Cue t -Call- I SUZy PARKER. '
I :
James Rapley Bennie Nesmith. In the bottom photo stand- The National Sunday School CHRISTIAN SOCIETY DRESSES I I c ci -'. :
ing from left to right are: Gerald B. Lang, Ernest Wilson, and BYPU Congress of the Na PLANS I i ; i "KISS
ANNIVERSARY1The J. P. YOUNG .
Jr.. Jimmy Bowles. Edward Manugault Leland Mercy. John tional Baptist Convention of Am- !I : '-fHBVl

Monroe Alvin Hampton, George Weless Freddie Mitchell erica: will be held June 16 through Mr. Simmons or Sir. Walsh F"r l\f
Joe Neal Francis Anderson. Milton White Clifford Smith I 15 in Fort Worth, Texas. Christian Aid Society No. I Main and Monroe ., .. FOR i.
Kennedth Belcher Billie Nesmith. Ralph Monroe, Henry, Scheduled to attend the Con- 9, will celebrate its 35th anal $ 97 212 Masonic Temple Bldg. <. *f i ,.''. -71. ? f me.;<>.

Henderson. I. Congress are: Rev. J. C. Sams, G. varsary, June 23 at the St. Phone EL 5-8011 ..1::v.(- \.. Cw rM.;. oPE i
W Scott Mrs. G. C. Vaught W.F Stephens AME Church. EL 6-5391
-
Tillman, Rev. H. H. Robinson Members are requested to be{i i I
Rev. B. F. Addison Mrs. Minnie i in full uniform at 7 p.m.

c 3'-\ Weathersbee, Joseph Jackson, Rev.R. Silver Tea Slated .... .. THREE SUNDAY
COMING JUNE 29'THRU JULY H. Wilson, Mrs. Lily M. Hall, A Silver''' Tea will be sponsored DAYS ONLY RITZ THRU TUESDAY

and Miss Betty Ann Williams.The by Usher Board No. 1 of Zion I I
Rev. J, C. Sams, who is vice Hope Baptist Church, June 22 NEW STYLES WINNER OF 3 ACADEMY AWARDS

TO THE STRAND I president of the national body from 4 to 6 p.m. In the home of Including -
will be one of the presiding off, Mrs. Nettie Hicks 1904 Grunthal' MARWN BIAJIDOAND

cers for the program which is Street. THE NEW-
scheduled to take place in Detroit A program has been arranged AH( EXQUISITE NEW
Mich., in September.G. for the occasion with some of'I .
II /fv
1aT.1I1.. WWTtI hilt JAPANESE STAR IN
W. Scott will preside overstate the the leading artists of the city: I Y

, tuRK BURT delegation, June 15 at the nppearing.MCLUBMEEF. CHEMISELOOK S YOjA'BA
morning service and Mrs. G. G.
Vaught will conduct the adult ii .
GABLE'LANCASTER ("r.-
workshop at the congress. ,,
w ... -
.
...AND THE BATTLEFIELD UNDER THE SEALs ;= LiIIIIbvar k nc CSg33'a ,
WASH AND WEAR Q .. III f CNNIC010l'ptswsl bb WWI tilt 'a. .ittaamlIs ..
FLORIDA A&M PLANS :AT DOE LAKEThe FABRICS -:
I PATRICIA OWEHS RED BUTTONS RICARDO yomiBAlT MHim SCOTt
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't. "" STATE
SANTIONED
:
Sizes 7 to 15 MIYOSHI UVEKI JAMES GARtER i| LIP'IrlOmtl4' Mil KO TAKA I.
... BEAUTICIAN'S 10 to 18
:: .t.; : CLASSThe Alachua Dade and Duval H000CEO IT DIRECTED IT um DIVE OUllI semi, PUT ir

u&.vJWv county 441 Club members will -llWUGOflZJOSHUHOGHI jueiiooraPAULOS J

convene at Doe Lake 4-H Club OPEN A

-. : > '; 15th annual training Camp from June 30 to July 15. CHARGE ACCOUNTlGrayson's! Also "LAFAYETT ESCADRILLE"
course for beauty culture teachers Reservations must be made no'I -
.
'w" and beauticians will be held later than June 23. The Duval II

at Florida A and M University, County quota is limited to 40. I S

July 14 through 25. This advanced Regsitrations will be accepted,
I IDNITE TONITE STRAND
.
.,
1 4 ; course is designed to until the quota is filled. I -

give additional education to I :
441 members must be 10 years '
221 Laura Street
i ?
licensed
teachers and also
beauticians. I -
I of and in
age good health. .
1 A full program has been planned I Interested parties may contact,, OPEN 'TIL 9:00 P. M- I *S' TUES. WED. THUR.

in cooperation with the Fl oEthel I M. Powell. 410 Broad, FRIDAY NIGHTS ; at
I II
,
lida State Board of Beauty
Culture. I Street. mffO1d ROOSEVELTPlus

1
.
n. William B. Simmons of New i; etobea
York City, a graduate of Apex, The SEAFOOD Center
Bondord, and Wilfred Advanced

School of-Hair Styling will serve
t! as lecturer and demonstrator.I CORNER MYRTLE AVENUE AND ADAMS

During the clinic, he will teach

cutting shaping, bleaching, tinting WEEK'S BEST BUY ..rLToJ
the different kinds of curls,

hints in make-up, short cuts,
BLUE OCEAN BREAM Lb.
techniques in modern hair styl- 25c ;

THE TORPEDOMAN whocouldn't THE SONARMAN who ing, shop management, personality MEDIUM MULLET Lb.

wait to ram counted the screaminghis in business; and the Do's
and Don'ts in beauty culture. Y young
"tin-fish" down seconds as the depth* !

the enemy's throat! charges came closer.. .. Lge. Fancy MULLET

and closer!. BEACH WHITING 'A"-29 /1 .' M >

YOUTH ASSOCIATION .
Medium CROAKERS Lh.

S llUll Slllllf PRESENTS PROGRAM

Boneless SNAPPER FILLET. Lb. 59c

Large RED BASS, Lb. !29c
c RUM DEEP A Talent Program will be presented MUTTON SNAPPER T-h.

by the Southeast Al-PT PICTURE3 CORPORATION 0r.wlsJ'
Georgia FLOUNDER Lb.
Large
r.-. JACK WARDEM.JW 1I1Il.D ICl mus.m cum.Scr"JOHM CAY.....tu1i Youth Association. June 2i at YELLOWTAIL SNAPPER --Lb. 49c

c.EllUl L m..w+: h ROBERT WISE....."HAROLD HECHT.IDatt.. 8:30 PJJL, at Selden Park. SPECKLED TROUTLb. $ J t eiJ

mill z&tt Mpftai t|usai UfiJl iu.i BID...;....Wn.1 d l en[m! IIII1d Q IItists The Holyland Gospel Echoes Medium SHRIMP L.K. 79c

BuHard Sisters Ladder Day r .
Plus -- Singers band others"appear
FREE PARKING HEAR AND SIDE
on the program. I "GIRL IN '
THE WOODS"
"FORT MASSACRE" I .
The Youth Association win THE SEAFOOD 'CENTERs Torrest Tucker Barton MacLane .

Joel McCrea Technicolor sponsor the Soul Stirrers of Chicago BOTH let HUN ADUT HITS!
EL, in a program June Arena and Adams -.;. Phone El 4-1468
NOT RECOMMENDED FOR CHILDREN
23 at 8:30 pan. at Selden Par, .

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NEGRO ACTOR'EXCELS IN,ROLE 11iI1llll 00 ::5 aba I II I'DETROIT CALLS I BARTOW MAN f I




WITH GABLE' AND LANCASTERIN ," UP FIRST TANI!I DROWNS IN LAKE _

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"RUN SILENT RUN DEEP" : 'r > x yt BASEBALL STAR.I Leo Longworth of Bartow was

.3. drowned in Lake Saddlebags on

S Monday June 16. Longwortn, a
"RUNSILENT.RUNDEEP" Artists' adventure dramaof DETROIT-Ossie Virgil third teacher in Bartow's Union Academy

World War II submarine'warfare starring Clark Gable and b baseman from Charleston, of the went fishing with John

Burt Lancaster gins Negro actor Joel Fluellen his best film !! r American Association was re- Hamilton also of Bartow who is

role to date. As Bragg, a torpedo man serving Commander ; ; cently called up to the Tigersto assistant counselor for the county

Richardson (Gable) and his executive officer Jim Bledsoe ,' become the first Negro to juvenile court.

(Lancaster), Fluellen Is In the middle of the most violent and play on a Detroit Tiger team. The two men went boating on

authentic undersea battle scenes ever brought before the Holly 1 Virgil sporting a .292 batting the.lake. in an old barge poweredby

wood cameras. average in the American Associa an out board motor. According

"RUN SILENT RUN DEEP' tion was leading in runs battedin to Hamilton the engine stopped

I Hecht Hill and Lancaster production I writer.. Fluellen is probably best when called up to the Tigers. and while he was trying to fix

is the story of violent known Enoch The new Tiger player was with
as in last year'sfilm COLUMBUS CONVENTION COJLIIITIEE-Thb Is the Coramltte that will entertain the it Longworth dived from the
cc an warfare in the Japanese drama Persuasion I the team in spring training but
; "Friendly boat. Hamtltoh said he heard
General Church School Convention and Youth Conference, A. M. E. Zion Church when it meets in
waters of the Pacific waged durIng ." -- was sent to Charleston where he
j I Columbus. Ohio, July 20-25. Rev. J.V. Eichelberger, Irector of Christian Education, Chicago, cries for help and tried to swimto
World War II, and the bitter In his thirty-plus years Joel was a standout with his sparkling
HI., 1* general chairman, Bishop S. G. Spottswood is the host-bishop. Longworth's position but could
personal conflict between the Fluellen has gone a long distance I fielding and strong batting.

two men in command. from his birthplace in Monroe -- A group of Negroes threatenedto not find him and returned to the

Richardson having lost his own Louisiana and his original train- f r -- m I boycott the Tigers unless a barge.

submarine during a raid on Jig as a social worker at the k I I BCC OPENSWORKSHOP Negro was brought up. The Ti- The Lake was reported to be

Japan's Bungo Straits assumes University of Chicago to his role gers' management denied the very; rough from high winds.
command of the U.S.S. "Nerka" in "RUN SILENT. RUN,DEEP.'' charges of a color bar and prom-
Fire volunteers from nearby
for 'another mission to the dangerous ised to bring up a Negro when

waters. He incurs the cne is found ready to make the LJ.keVales were unable to find

antagonism of Bledsoe who had I WALKER COLLEGE: r I .ump tne' body before dark

expected to command; the "Ner-! PRESENTS STUDENTS I ----- -- --

ka"" following an injury to its 1 I! Registration begins Sunday |
& 'V.M-
Commander. Richardson finally SCHOLARSHIPSFour June 15, for the 8th annual school
I PLANNING SUMMER PROGRAM(>an 3L S. Thomas j
gains the confidence and respect : Lunch Program Workshop, to beheld
(extreme right), director of the Vocational-Technical Institute,
of his men after a heroic series complete executive secre-: at Bethune.cookman College -
Florida A and M University, going over the program for the
of actions deep in Japanese home tarial scholarships were presentedto : .
Ays
summer sessions with three members of his staff., Seated are K
waters. < June graduates of New Stan- I The course.will be held at the A
Samuel Russell (left), James Jackson, Harold Jenklnt, and
FlueIen} is aboard the "Nerka/ ton Senior High School and Matthew Dean Thomas. Bonner Elementary School and e

a fleet submarien in reality the i[ W. Gilbert High School j i -vill niclude Foundations of Quan ?a i fa

Navy's "U.S.S.: Redfish" During i{ by the president of Walker Vocational tity Food Preparation, Service r'M

World War H the,"Redfish" sank | and Commercial College, I POLICE TO HOLDINSTALLATION i i VIRGINIA CONTINUESTO ?.nd Quantity Cookery.

thousands of tons of Japanese I by C. H. Hargraves president DESEGREGATE i The college dietian, Charles

shipping as well as a Japanese Selectees from New Stanton I Frances is serving as assistant

aircraft carrier. I, are Mary E. Smith, daughter of coordinator with Mr. Florence W

Actor Fluellen found workingwith j I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cobb and WASHINGTON, Virginia con Wagner asistant School Lunch

Clark Gable and Burt Lancaster Jane Powell daughter of Mrs. : Supervisor. Mrs. :Marjorie Mor:
tinues to be the reluctant "star"of
"an extremely I.I Isabel Powell. I rison, State Board of Health and
rewarding.uperienceY
the not
integration
The Jacksonville Benevolent parade her staff will
conduct the
Careful preparation An eight week refreshner ; I courses
only as fait as schools are concerned -
for their roles as officers of a course is being offered to clerks Association held its anuai in Nutrition.
but almost equally so in I
submarine indicated the well and secretaries in advanced short installation of officers Sunday Courses will end Saturday with
the state's hassel with the N.A.-
known fact that the two stars hand, typing and business practi- June 8immediately following the the Florida School Lunch Asso- M
A.C.P. and it's associates and the .
are perfectionists before the 11:00: a. m. services at the Bethel ciation meeting in White Hall

cameras. Gable known to millionsas Institutional Church. The officers constant prying investigation, at 9:00: a. m.FAMU.
RECREATION CENTER and close ws&ch\; placed upon her
the "King" ranks were installed by Rev. RobertH.
as one t
I by her sister States. A
OPENED AT SCHOOLThe
of the world's most popular and Wilson pastor of the church. Y
1 Jacksnoville Benevo- The latest of these is the case TO GIVEEXAMINATIONS e
best known personalities. Lan- The police I
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cater a one-time acrobat, must 45th Street School has op- lent Association was organized in of David Scull an Annandale I
ened a recreation center to It has wide printer. Scull received a 10 day
keep himself in shape both pro- 1955. a spread pro-
physically and mentally to meet vide activities for pupils during gram both civic and social. It sentence: and a $50 '
the extravagant demands madeon the summer months. supports and contributes to numerous legislative committee headedby KEN KNIGHT

him. Only complete self- Pupils will i be able to select' philanthropic and civic Delegate James M. Thompson.Scull I

discipline makes it possible for activities of interest to'them. The movements. The major project is who is white contendshis -PRESENTING-

him to maintain the schedule playground activities include baseball the Police Athletic League; which freedom of speech and association TALLAHASSEE-As a :service! KNIGHT TRAIN

which has made him an actor of volleyball table tennis, horse has as its,.main objective the were unlawfully imparedby to public school personnel the 3'-9 P.M. 12.1 NIGHTLY

depth and power and a sPectacularly shoe pitching basketball, and combating of Juvenile delinquency. his conviction. He had refusedto National Teacher Examinationswill SWEET CHARIOT

successful producer with Chinese checkers: Finger paint- Recreational facilities are pro say whether he was associated be given at Florida A and '
1400 WRHC 1400
Hecht-Hill and Lancaster. ing, sketching, gadget painting, vided through this program for with the NAACP or not. M University from 8:30: a.m. to I

Fhieljabi got his first film clay modeling, plastics jewelry all boys. The actions in Virginia will 4:30 p.m. Saturday, July 19, according -

break in "The Jackie Robinson making, metal and wood craftsare undoubtly be used as a springboard to Dr. A. A, Abraham, 9:30 to 10:30 MONDAY thru FRIDAY

Story.'* He came to Hollywood offered in the art area. Newly elected officers are: for just about\ all the Director, Test Service Bureau. BLUES IN THE KNIGHT

from Broadway where he scored In music, activities, will include Charles Scriven re-ejected as 'gradual integration' that will betaking So far this Is the only date on 10:30.12 MONDAY thru SATURDAYLILLY'S

in "Deep Are The Roots The gruop singing, sight reading president for a second term Geo. place in most of the which the examinations are sche-
R. Henry secretary, Robt. George,
young actor has appeared in ear training, dancing and schools.,,through .out the. South duled in Florida this summer' ,
vice L. C. Williams -
many television shows. Describedas music appreciation.Also president next Ifall: he said. .
treasurer business Mil. ( ,
manager
a man of outstanding talent, Included in the programare ton Neusome, financial secretary, State Laws geared to defy the Classes will be held daily'from DRUG STORE
Fluellen is also a singer and activities for pre-school children 8:30: a.m. to 11:30: a.m. and from
William Harris, chaplain, Walter Supreme-v-Courts 1959 decision
once was with the Johnson choir. and story telling leisure 2:00 3:30 pjn.Headquarters. 1907 Kings Road at Spire
He also-excells as a fine sculptor time reading and educational Solomon. calling for' the ending- of racial will be In Room

skilled painter, director and films. segregation In public schools with 120 Perry-Paige Building. Ad.

all deliberate speed, will un vanced: registration is desirable Where Experienced
COURSES FOR GARDNERS doubtly mushroom into full bloom
but not There
required. are no aA' Pharmacists Prepare
You Don't Have to fco to Town to Get t through out the more stuborn fees for the course.Registration Your Prescription According ry '

TALLAHASSEE "Home and states during the summer. It Is or other Information to your doctor's >

school ground beautification and with considerable interest that be secured from T. '
: may T. instructions Using
LOW PRICES maintenance" will be the themeof the nation looks for the uncoming Lewis of the horticulture department 4 only the best quality 1

the fourth,annual short course clash of State and Federal rul director of the short drugs. ,,

for amateur gardeners which will ings. course. '
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DRUG HEEDS be offered by the department of
STORE Dr. C. E. Black Pharmacists Dr. W. J. Graham
horticulture School of Agricul-
TAKE
'EM FISHING AND LET 'EM
On! Your hire and Home Economics Florida -:- -:- -:-

A. and M University, June DO A LITTLE RELAXIN'
Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store A COMPLETE LINE OF:
23-27.
WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISEDIN IL S. Van Brooklyn of the Woonsocket Call Woonsocket, Rhode Cosmetics >:- Rubber Goods -:- Candles -:- Sundries
t
YOUR LOCAL PAPERS I Island Is willing to share with all of ns the following "poesy. witha PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED

point" .

If you know a lad who's "out of line"' an' headin down
Dixie >> 54 the grade.
Pharmacy
xa And you think 'twould help If he'd forget the errors he has *- ;

a made, rJ5TUrIr1cI
ISO KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE
Lend him a rod and line and let him see how flies are
PHONES EL :S-W97-98' 4k, madeAn'
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We Deliver We Also nil AU Doctors' Prescriptions f
take him flshln. _

PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELE-- +. r.Af S 0

If you have a grouchy neighbor who seems spolin' for a
,
PHONE BILLS AT OUR;STORE '.0 t'N [
I. fight L2) _
a And you think perhaps its ulcers, or he can't sleep at night.
YOU'LL ENJOY EATING AT DIXIE'S And you'd like to change his attitude to one that's gay an*

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_bright -
LUNCH COUNTER f Take him fishuV. I nm r.ur bar wtff

lbonaliO

AND If the boss Is on the warpath and? works you like a slave,* Gras IMS

HOME MADE DO-NUT STANDMade ;4 And you fear, his' disposition! win drive him to his grave, ana rust
i
Fresh Every Hour And "A Treat That You'll Repeat" Remind him how he used to be before he learned to shave-

DINNERS LUNCHES SANDWICHES Robert Taylor and "DUe.LoD. Take him ii ..hfn.. i tll.
don (above) star >fa MGM big ff ...
,I
technicolor western drama, SAD
If your wife Is in, a frenzy with her:hundred daily chorea; -
SPECIAL smmerROTISSERIE DLE THE WIND" showing Sunday ... twr .W rrltL
With her.sweepin', cookln', moppin and washin walls andfloors.
CHICKEN and Monday. only at the eboaefre
Roosevelt Co-feature, first run
$1.29 Convince her she'll feel better with a .few horns .out-ofdoors. CUILpa.
Is "PANAMA SAL." On Tuesday,
: DM. Broiled Or Bar-B-Q, Take her flirtim'
Wednesday and Thursday, the sAnd .
Roosevelt has a special adult
if you're eelin down and out and,tired enough to drop.
doable bill first run: "EIGHTEEN
And cash is short and bills pile up as though they'd never
AND ANXIOUS and "GIRL.IK
l Dixie; Pharmacy stop,
"
THE WOODS, with Forest Tucker
Quit fretthV,'get your fiahin'. gear, close up the darned old
;; and. Barton MacLalne. Thisis -
'IbopAn' ,
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GOLFERS GUILD |BOY AND GIRL LEAGUES BEGIN

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4 :BaS I C. Parham Johnson

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It I s ; I TilE SUMMER PROGRAM for playgrounds have been outlinedby
I. t YyI. the Jacksonville Recreation Department.The .
i The Jackonville
Amateur Golfers -
hours as outlined by the
I .
1 i Guild held its June meeting By C. Parham Johnson I
department are9:3011:30: a. m.; at Wilder Center, James Haroldat
nt recently at the Lincoln Golf and I '
1 Country Club with Melvin Cope. TIlE CLEVELAND INDIANS have four tan players on the 3:00-6:00: p. m.; 7:00-9:30: p. m. Wilder, Mrs. Juanita C. Bassat

K land, business manager as host- team playing regularly at the present. The four are Minnie Minoso The hours will prevail through the Jefferson Street, Carlton

F.. The meeting was presided over I in left' field, Larry Doby in centerfield, Billy Harrell at shortstop, summer. During rainy days extra Bryant at Simonds-Johnson Mi
craft classes will be held in the cheal Walls and Miss U. R. Burk.
.. by Elwood (Homie) Banks and Jim (Mudcat) Grant taking his regular turn in the pitcher's
I various centers. neltz.
president. The meeting was officially box.ERNIE
The boys baseball league for All games will be regularly
opened with prayer by Wil BANKS,. the hard hitting .I' .
midgets will be held at Wilder scheduled and will have a definite
j lie C. White. Following the reading shortstop of the Chicago baseball a s a lifetime career.
I Park, under the direction of bearing on the league standing.The .
.._ v of the minutes, the group Cubs has finaly moved out in Som months ago the Cincinnati
I James Haro The Florida A &: M University Coaching Clinic recently went into the business session.A three former Matthew
front in the home run race. Redlegs signed the summer program by civic Recreation Center will begin with
closed of the most successful sessions plan to penalize tardy mem-
one coaching ever con. .
Manager Bob Scheffing predicted W. Gilbert High School worker Buster Ford from the dancing every Monday from 8
ducted at the school on the MIL Shown in the picture are two bers and those who do not take i
contract and Jacksonville School Aid of the to 11 m., by the
before the of the players to a program City p. sponsored
beginning
of the nations top coaches who were very active in helping the part in the official proceedings of,
Council. club.PITTSBURGH.
clinic to make the clinic one of the best. On; the left is Coach the meeting was discussed. A season that his star shortstop will be watching the Teenagers

Ray Crowe who served as a basketball consultant. As coach of report was made by Leroy B. would lead the pack in home runs progress 0 f Ernest Sistrunk, The playground junior girls

the Crispus Attucks') gh School, Indianapolis, Indiana, he has Jackson, Chairman of the Handi this season. If Banks .fails to catcher, Willie Busey, outfielder spftball league with recreation di SIGNS

been acclaimed as ortp of the best basketball coaches in the cap Committee. win the honor he will battle whoever and Willie Martin shortstop. The rector Miss Emma J. Hightowerin TWO TAN PLAYERS

country. Coach Crowe is a brother to Big George Crowe, first Preliminary plans to stage the charge has been divided into .
wins right down to the end three players are now performing
baseman of the Cincinnati Redlegs. On the right is Perry Moss, City Wide Amateur Golf Cham districts: Southeast District PITTSBURG The Pirates
:r- '
backfield coach at the University Wisconsin.. Coach Moss pionship Tournament to be played DON HOAX, Cincinnati ,Reds foI' .Visalia, California and We- which gets underway Monday, have announced the signing of

was also a leading factor in the 14th annual clinic. Coach Jake Labor Day at the Brintwood third baseman suffered an injury natchee, Washington in the ClassB June 16, with Forest Street at two 19-year-old schoolboys who

Gaither makes it a business to select the best In the coaching Municipal Golf Course were dis Sunday June 8, in a game Northwest league. Lavilla, June 18, Eastside at attended George W. Carver High

field to serve as instructors at the clinic. cussed. A roster has been com- against the San Francisco Giantsin ARCHIE MOORE, the light Oakland; Northwest District School in Norfolk, Virginia,

1 piled with the names of nearly a very weird accident. The heavyweight champion has failed Tuesday June 17, 'Vilder. Center Edward L. Haskins, a first baseman
190 ball which fractured Hoak's nose at Sidmonds-Johnson and June to a contract
amateur golfers from all over was signed
r TATUM DROPSBASKETBALL a game against power laden Bir the state of Florida, and they was wildly pitched. It struck the for the third straight time to 19, Johnson at Jefferson Street. with the Pirates' Salem (Va.)

mingham Black Barons in a regular will be contacted later by mail plate and rebounded off catcher. register lhis 127th knockout which The Summer program will have dub in the Appalachian League.

American inviting them to participate in Bob Schmidt s shinguard and Into would establish a knockout rec activities supervised by Emmett Soloman Ashby, a pitcher and

League game at the tournament. Hoak's face. It has not been ord. The champ was able to floor N. Reed, Sr. with Mrs. C. M. outfielder was sent to Clinton
the airgrounds; Friday July 4. determined how Hoak will
long Davis at Eastside, Abram Kingat Iowa of the Midwest League.The
Willie C. White, financial secretary hiS latest victim, Howard King
Tatum,. one of the most versa. be out of the lineup. Miss two tan highly recommended
Oakland Hightower at players were -
read a detailed financial report tnree times but he was unable to
FOR BASEBALLLOUISVILLE tile athletes will play first base. the first six CATCHER STAN LOPATA, of Forest Street, Roy L. Mallory, Jr. to the Pirates front
covering months the Philadelphia Phillies has been keep him down for the final
The Goose, said to be one of the of the year. The members were at Lavilla, Mrs. Essie D. McCray office
I released from the hospital .after count. He continues to pile up
hest fielding first basemen in the requested to support the New.' ball I
being beaned by a pitched
KY.-The fabulous Lincoln Golf and Country Club 'I victories but unable to hang up
game reportedly turned down a while playing against the St. i
Goose Tatum will return to by trying to play as frequetly the 127th knockout. I
major league baeball contract to Louis Cardinals Sunday, June 8. I
his first love when he appears as possible. Collection of dues
Lopata left immediately after be. EZZARD CHARLES, one time
play year-round basketball
with the strong Detroit Stars in with and assestments and roll call con ing released from Jewish Hospital avyweight champion of the
the Harlem Globetrotters. cluded that NOW OPEN!
phase of the meeting.
to join his team in Los Ange world announced quite a few
In returning to baseball, Tatumis The social hour, under the su- les. '
pcrvision f the host Melvin months ago that he was staginga 'I
0
: putting basketball in the back PETE RADEMACHER, the

Your growuI'a.fter several years with Copeland, concluded the meeting. amateur fighter turned pro after ring comeback, but evidently

the Globetrotters, Harlem Magicians A delicious repast was served. his first fight. Believe it or not, the idea faded out as. suddenlyas

Attending the meeting were: his first pro fight was'with the it came. Something happenedto
LuckyNumbers and another team organizedby Elwood Banks, Melvin Copeland, F I d
heavyweight champion p y which
the first opponent postponed -
the Goose himself. In returning ,Cornell Dunlap, Charles A. Green, Patterson. Rademacher will meet

to baseball, he is going backto James J. Hammond, Leroy B. Zora Folley in a 10-round bout the fight and from that PALMS

the game in which he startedas Jackson, P. J. Jenkins, Al C. in Los Angeles July 2*. Bade time nothing more has been said.

Joyner, George McClellan, Sam macher says he is gunning for'a Who knows what happened'

a member of the Indianapolis .uel :Monroe, Joseph Pauline, Sr., rematch with Patterson if he HARRY (Suitcase) SIMPSONis I [
.
Lucky Days, Lucky Colors Clowns: I William Earl Reid, William Shell whips Folley. He says he is a back with the Kansas City

BY ASTROLOGY man, Otis Speights, :Melvin Ward, tetter man now than he was

** lia Your WeaklyHOROSCOPE Herbert.Wingate Willie C. White when he fought the champ. Athletics, the team from whichhe OF JACKSONVILLE "

GUIDE and Isiah White.PINSON WES COVINGTON, the hard came to the Yankees. As a .
29-42-63
hitting outfielder of the Milwau- Yankee, Simpson never reached
Seal ;2.00 for your Horo- (FORMERLY THE 2-SPOT) I
scope Guide with lucky numbers 216-20-186 IS PLAYINGSENSATIONAL kee Braves is having his share of lop form with the timber as he

lucky days lucky colors. BALL troubles this season. Covington, did with the A's before his de.
who suffered a severe injury to ,
Enclose a stamped envelope.0 Vic Power the hard hit-
FOR SEATTLE CLUB his knee in a pre-season exhibition parture.

-0- game in Texas and was sidelined ting, snappy fielding first baseman DANCING NIGHTLY ,

Clown SEATTLE, WASH.-Young Va- for a while during regular of the Athletics is with the

da Pinson, the jet propelled center season play has rein jured the Cleveland Indians. Athletic fans
In and Mall to: "
fielder for the Seattle Rainersof knee. The knee v as hurt by a
were never satisfied with the
ZODIAC the Pacific Coast League is pitched ball in Pittsburg. Duringa I
trade that sent Simpson to the ON STAGE ATTRACTION
doing a sensational job for the recent game in San Francisco.

P. O. Box 43.2Jacksonville 348-11-750 Rainers. he injured the knee again when Yankees becaus of his popularity:

1* Fix' In a doubleheader on May 25 he collided with shortstop Johnny in Kansas City.

437502SomeUmes tgainst Phoenix the spectacular Logan. NOM VAN BROCKLIN, one of

Name ....................... he's op !young star banged two singles, ATELEVISION COMPANYhas the best passers iir pro football JOE TURNER..

I ADDRESS .................. Sometimes he's down a triple and a homer in seveji announced that it plans to I will be them the I
He adds, subtracts times at bat seat indoor baseball I tossing during
driving in five runs.In build an 80,000 ,
City. State .................. He work It aO around a 6-5 win over San Diego he stadium in Tokyo by April regular season for the Philadelphia ANDCHOKER -

Birthday .................... Coming Attractions collected a homer, single and a 1060. Yeshichire Shimizu, persi Eagles. He was acquiredfrom

walk to drive in four runs; madea dent of the ,company said the the Los Angeles Rams. He CAMPBELL
month & 80-135-14
day
catch and would be covered bya
great was a wizardon stadium
will be seen in action in Jackson-
the base paths. 210 foot stainless steel dome, ADMISSION_75c-MONDAY Thru THURSDAY90c
ville when the Eagles meet the
will cost approximately 11-million I
I Washington Redskins in the Ga-
.o, ,dollars. He said construction will Friday. Saturday. Sunday and Holidays

I begin as soon as minor detailsare tor Bowl pro football game in

worked out. September.IT .
MARTIN the peppery SAMMY DOUGLAS
BILLY .
IS RUMORED that Manager -
shortstop of the Detroit Tigers Mayo Smith of the Philadelphia
.. the New York Master Of Ceremonies
and formerly of II
jAlrnost Phillies would gladly part -
Everybody :.,. -,. Yankees, has placed all the blameon with his ace player Richie Ash.

the players including himselffor burn to get Mel Roach or Felix .. SPECIAL!
Who's the firing of Jack Tighe as Mantilla from the Milwaukee

Anybody. 1 manager of the Detroit Tigers.I, Brave. SUNDAY 6:00 TO 9:00 P.M. .

azd Martin said, "We're as good as BASEBALL LIKE FOOTBALLhas
4. anybody in the league. We just become the lucretive -.
of
one Adult Matinee!
Prefers G0BDOH'SLondon : haven't shown it, so the mana- fields for colege stars. Many of

fired. I Just hope that the athletics-
turning
ger gets college are
ADMISSION ____ 90c
someday I can play for Jack professiona to cash in on the

Dry Gin j again. He was a wonderful man attractive sairies. The athetesare

__ a real nice guy." signing, but at no time doth And You Can Stay For The LATE. LATE SHOW!

THE BALTIMORE ORIOLES tan players receive'those eye

have signed three players who opening bonus offers that at-

will be assigned to their farm tract other stars of the trade.The .

teamS. The players are Herman tan players do not get the
I COMING NEXT WEEK !
Starrett.. a 19: year-old pitcher bonus offers but they producethe
.- .. .. N. C: Dorris when called to deliver I
; It" gin as gut should bo.iYelrety caoothiii "' from Statesville, goods: on I
from
Bradshaw, second baseman STARTING MONDAY. JUNE 16THE
; traditionally) dry. Gordon* superb liqueur qus&trmeans w
\ Wilmington. N. C. and Charles ALABAMA STATE COLLEGEof
Lai.
; sustained flsror la drink. And Hi'
ererj Weston an outfielder from Cul- Montgomery has been officially -

;; BO SMOOTH Y Oil CAN ALSO ENJOY IT i ver City California. certified: the baseball champions ; FIVE ROYALS'

: STRAIGHT. THE EAST-WEST AIISTAR of the SIAC with Florida ,
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1 4 game of the Negro American A and M taking second place: I : OJ .

League win be played at ComiJ- Alabama State won 12 gamesand -
WillAHNETT -
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; 'frGORDR's key Park Chicago Sunday August lost 3. Florida A & M won

I 24, as announced by ;J. B. 13 and lost 6. Allen University COBB ORCHESTRA

MMIM11M4/5f1Mr VJVr Martin, league president. won' 8 and lost 4 but was declared -'
4
4C' ;JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA is Ineligible for .
.: champion.
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THE PALMS DINING ROOM
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i>'E> .THE FLOHID STAR Week Fjutirig Satafdiy. JUM> 21. 1858 I

.
_I>&.Ult RlTtr home cf the JErneatWilsons. '.' .. .
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The
group played games GRAND OPENING!
CHIPS OFF THE BLOCK
went SAY.'YOU SAW IT. IN
swimming and did most ev-
t FOR RENT Announcing ,ihe grand opening of the Powder Box
By'JAY JAY erything.' Several,folks'found out THE FLORIDA STAR. 1 I Beauty Shop. New Location 1200 Davis Si. corner of
several days later that they ain't Vacation Cottage at Second St. Specializing in Croquinol Wave Set. Hair

E young anymore. Ask me for one. ,..-- American BeachAccommodaiss Coloring. Scalp Treatment, Shampoo, Mrcell Wave,
Ding dong bell, school is out and 1 .Six Finge aving. Facials and all iyped of Beauly work. I
none too soon for the teachers and also Apartments. accomo- 1 Experienced,operators to serve you. no wailing no appointment -
kids. The teachers and kids are I! dates two. All modern necessary. Phone EL 6-9897. 50c deductionon
equally ready to bid each AUTO SEAT COVER SALE I t conveniences. Phone or all hair styles. New location larger and cooler. Operators -

other goodbye until the Fall. ; write for Reservations.MRS. are:
For the unfortunate, summer Mrs. Edna Sillier, Prop., Sirs. Delia Pearl Battles; Sirs.
school begins Monday for teachers CLEAR PLASTIC F R. R. H. OLIVER Senella Francis Baker Sanders. Mrs. Abertha Gray, Mrs. Ruth
and students alike. For the 1453 W. 14th Street McKinoey Jackson, and Mr. Alene Baker. I
fortunate. the swimming pool is SEAT COVERS 4' F ELgin 4-2410

open and summer rec programswill Any Standard Size Car Y
,open at the various centers
: /Wed- .:Monday. June !G. I ONLY
The school term did not go out! $19.951LEATHERETTE
like the proverbial lamb but in-
stead in many quarters it went out !
like the lion. School is over none TRIMMED I
too soon for one of the newer high Ii
schools. The seeds of almost open Saren Plastic Covers $19.95 iI i

revolt which have been fermenting / FIBRE COVERS Low As $14-95 II I i
A tip of the Pepsi Cup all semester sprouted into full
to these outstanding grown plants. It is rumored that DOOR PANELS $3.95 'HEADLINERS $22.95 I I II
young Americans, who the reported non-recommending of I
and
make our country
an art teacher by the supervisorof
our place community in which a to better live.CONSTANCE art was in actuality a local affair I BOAT TOPS -- CUSHIONSPOLLARD'S 1 I
and th trouble was at home.
At time the status of the
.e * teacher press is still unknown.:
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:"':, .., Jacksonville looked as tho' it
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vention last week. From Atlanta 2007 Kings Road EL 5.4791 I

t" 1 1t came most of the crew. Harris of ,
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't+ Douglas,the former Olympic track t
track team member and Pitt greatis
+ busy with John Hardwick on I
IT
0 + the truck. Pabst and Schaefferare IS YOUR.

L + being distributed by the same

E. JONES *. vendor Nip Sams in this has area.his chest stuck I e

Matthew W. Gilbert high out this week. His son. Nip
Pepsi Cola Dealers and the". Jr, came in from Guam sarns'j I CIVIC DUTY
r
Pepsi Cola Bottling Company, Oriental wife. Big Nip is' setting JH
are proud to salute Constance j up all of the boys.
E. Jones of the 10th grade "jf The big:; debate is who looks the
class. She is a member of the j best in Bermudas, Charles "Foots" 0 :
New Homemakers of America, ** Simmons ..the .Artistic ..barber, '
Student Council, National Hon. T" Waymon. J. C. Holland or Wilbur TO VOTE
or Society and Mt. Olive AME t- Da\is. One thing for sure is that
Church. + there's a lot of beef on the hoof.

*********** On the other hand, Johnny Stew- 0 I I
art is bragging:; :; .about his good 1
7'.' ..: > looks in shorts. BUT.
Wilbur Ruffln is busy showingLee ,
Allen of the Pastels around
ie. town. The bandleader and the i iI

:. [i popular teacher are old classmates. //1JjLuJjJJI1'I -

:>. .N i' $'. Wilbur Lee was also among the .
sun worshippers on American
-- ,,' Beach last week.
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iCtc;< :' :, : :- '$," ,-:;,,';' ,' "Ocean View Inn" Jimmy
> .,C'-. + >, ". .Lewis is busy sitting in front of i youof re
r the parking lot raking in coins. /
Around the corner, Bill Graham
fC GWENDOLYN BEE VINGTON
i has changed the front of the Hon-
Matthew W. Gilbert High
eydripper and now has a new
-tc School drive-in window. In fact the placeis
Gwendolyn Is a member of
Jg jumping.
the 8th grade class, where she
The faculty of the Duval County
..1"st> \'es as' President f her .
Vocational High School spenta
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APARTMENT FOR RENT

( Modern Furnished Apartment. '

at 512.50 plus Lights. ELGIN 51109.: ., .- [ the primary elections

Johnnie's Rooming House. Finestin
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VERDELL BAILEY night.conveniences.For information Room by day phone or ; ;

New Stanton Sr. High School t EL 54025. 627 West Ashley St. : unless you're registered

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members fo the Glee Club,+: Two Furnished Rooms .- $7.00 ,

Chaplain of the L'Elite Socle. C Each. Single man or couple pre This will be the greatest spot in the world, come Election Day: '
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tint Ckru h. Furnished Ram for Rent COME. OF AGE SINCE THE LAST things like presidents and peace plans, on little things like parking

+ AH Con\enlences. For Couple meters and garbage collections. To register a complaint about
#.' Only.Telephone Elgin 5-1784. ELECTION read this things they don't like, or approval of things they do.
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BRIDES!Even if you had peviousbrated your 21st birthday since the i Here, your voice is as big as all the others, your opinion as important -
Congratulations from Pepsi ROOM FOR RENTTwo ly registered under your maiden last election (or if you will be 21 as that of a Supreme Court Justice. ..
Cola to these three Merit Rooms for Rent. Couple or name, you have to register again by Election Day), get your name
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"married name" is in the to and vote!
,. Listen to Pepsi Merit Award took> register of the right to vote, cut off from your friends and neighbors, shut
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Illgh School Graduate or Junior registerd.J again.is in Make the book sure_ !_ your.u Vote GOING first AWAY-by Absentee ELECTION Ballot-DAY? that makes your government yours. -

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